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  1. 12 de may. de 2021 · Seymour died only nine days later of puerperal fever, an infection that can occur post childbirth. She was buried at Windsor Castle in St. George's Chapel. As the mother of his heir, Henry VIII...

  2. 6 de ene. de 2023 · Jane Seymour, (born 1509?, England—died October 24, 1537, Hampton Court, London), third wife of King Henry VIII of England and mother of King Edward VI. She succeeded—where Henry’s previous wives had failed—in providing a legitimate male heir to the throne. Jane’s father was Sir John Seymour of Wolf Hall, Savernake, Wiltshire. She became a lady in waiting to Henry’s first wife ...

  3. Margery Wentworth, also known as Margaret Wentworth, and as both Lady Seymour [1] and Dame Margery Seymour [2] (c. 1478 [3] – 18 October 1550 [4] ). She was the wife of Sir John Seymour and the mother of Queen Jane Seymour, the third wife of King Henry VIII of England. She was the grandmother of King Edward VI of England . Family [ edit]

  4. Lady Seymour is Master Lockton ’s elderly and extremely wealthy aunt. According to Becky, Madam and Master Lockton are only pleasant to Lady Seymour to her face because they want her money and her land when she dies. And in private, Madam clearly detests Lady Seymour, though Lockton seems to take a milder and more generous view of his aunt.

  5. Lady Seymour's ultimate demonstration of her feelings for Isabel, though, occurs at the end of the book, when she essentially serves as an accomplice to Isabel's freedom. Even though she's ill and near death, she allows Isabel to take her money and uses all her strength to tell her to "Run" (44.26). Earlier, Lady Seymour expresses guilt to ...

  6. Lady Anne Seymour (née Stanhope) is the Countess of Hertford and the second wife of Edward Seymour, the Earl of Hertford. She and her husband are both are strong supporters of the Protestant Reformation in England. Anne appears in Seasons Three and Four of The Tudors as a recurring character. Season Three

  7. The Disappearance of Lady Mary Seymour. Born At Sudeley Castle in Gloucestershire on 30 August 1548, Lady Mary Seymour was the long-awaited child of dowager queen Kateryn Parr, and her fourth husband Sir Thomas, Baron Seymour of Sudeley. The unexpected pregnancy left both parents overjoyed.