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  1. Henry was desperate for a male heir to inherit his throne. There were many pregnancies, but only three of his children survived infancy. Henry’s first wife, Catherine of Aragon, had many pregnancies but unfortunately most ended in stillbirths. The royal couple were thrilled when their first-born son, Henry, was born in 1511.

  2. Henry Purcell, (born c. 1659, London, England—died November 21, 1695, London), English composer of the middle Baroque period, most remembered for his more than 100 songs; a tragic opera, Dido and Aeneas; and his incidental music to a version of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream called The Fairy Queen. Purcell, the most important English composer of his time, composed music covering ...

  3. 31/05/2017 · Known for: first queen consort of Henry VIII; mother of Mary I of England; Catherine's refusal to be put aside for a new queen—and the Pope's support of her position—led to Henry's separating the Church of England from the Church of Rome. Occupation: queen consort of Henry VIII of England. Born: December 16, 1485 in Madrid

  4. Henry IV, also called (1377–97) earl of Derby or (1397–99) duke of Hereford, byname Henry Bolingbroke or Henry of Lancaster, (born April? 1366, Bolingbroke Castle, Lincolnshire, England—died March 20, 1413, London), king of England from 1399 to 1413, the first of three 15th-century monarchs from the house of Lancaster. He gained the crown by usurpation and successfully consolidated his ...

  5. 02/04/2014 · Henry IV granted religious freedom to Protestants by issuing the Edict of Nantes during his reign as king of France, from 1589 to 1610.

  6. King Francis II of France died of a brain abscess. Her second husband, Henry Stewart, Lord Darnley, was murdered. Mary herself was implicated in the murder plot. Her role in his death was never proven; however, her reputation was hurt across Europe. Her third husband was Lord Bothwell.

  7. 16/08/2020 · After Bosworth Henry carried the red dragon standard in state to St Paul’s Cathedral. Later the Tudor livery of green and white, still there today, were added to the flag. His marriage was a genuinely happy one. Unlike his infamous heir, Henry VIII, Henry VII had only one marriage that grew into a marriage of genuine love.