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Thomas Seymour; I Barón Seymour de Sudeley: Información personal; Nacimiento: c. 1508 Wulfhall, Wiltshire, Reino de Inglaterra: Fallecimiento: 20 de marzo de 1549 Tower Hill, Londres, Reino de Inglaterra: Sepultura: Capilla Real de San Pedro ad Vincula, Torre de Londres: Familia; Casa real: Familia Seymour: Padre: Sir John Seymour: Madre: Margery Wentworth: Cónyuge: Catalina Parr
Thomas Seymour, Baron Seymour, (born c. 1508—died March 20, 1549, London, England), lord high admiral of England from 1547 to 1549. His political intrigues led to his execution for treason and thereby contributed to the downfall in 1549 of his elder brother, Edward Seymour, duke of Somerset, who was lord protector (regent) for the young king Edward VI.
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Thomas Seymour was the son of Sir John Seymour and Margaret Wentworth. He was the younger brother of Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset (1500–1552). He grew up at Wulfhall, the Seymour family home in Wiltshire. The Seymours were a family of country gentry, who, like most holders of manorial rights, traced their ancestry to a Norman origin. 
Thomas Seymour came from a large and fairly impressive English gentry stock. Born in around 1508 at Wulfhall in Wiltshire, England. His parents were Sir John Seymour and Margery Wentworth. Margery was a renowned English beauty whose looks inspired some of the poetry of John Skelton; John Seymour was an accomplished knight and sheriff.
13 de jun. de 2022 · Thomas Seymour asked the 13-year-old Princess Elizabeth to marry him by letter in February 1547, within a month of her father, Henry VIII’s, death. Seymour probably believed that marrying Elizabeth would increase his hold on power; his brother, Edward Seymour , Duke of Somerset, had just been made Lord Protector, and the ambitious Thomas was probably envious of Edward’s position.
22 de mar. de 2019 · Born circa 1508, Thomas Seymour was the fourth son of a knigh, Sir John Seymour, of Wolf Hall, in Wiltshire, southwest England, who traced his origins back to William the Conqueror’s 11th century Normans.
21 de jun. de 2022 · Many historians believe Elizabeth’s experience with Thomas, who was executed for treason by his own brother after trying to marry the young royal, was the reason The Virgin Queen never married.
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