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  1. 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

  2. Thomas Seymour, 1st Baron Seymour of Sudeley, KG, PC was a brother of Jane Seymour, the third wife of King Henry VIII. With his brother, Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset and Lord Protector of England, he vied for control of their nephew, the young King Edward VI. In 1547 Seymour became the fourth husband of Catherine Parr, who had been the sixth and last wife and queen of Henry VIII. During his marriage to Catherine Parr, Seymour involved the future Queen Elizabeth I, who ...

  3. Thomas Seymour may refer to: Thomas Seymour, 1st Baron Seymour of Sudeley (1508–1549), English nobleman; Thomas H. Seymour (1807–1868), U.S. Representative from Connecticut; Thomas Day Seymour (1848–1907), American classical scholar; Thomas Edward Seymour (born 1977), composer; Thomas Seymour (1896–1984), British director who worked under the name Walter Forde

    • Brother to The Queen
    • Death of Henry VIII
    • Thomas Seymour's Downfall
    • Sources

    Henry VIII married Jane Seymour in May 1536, eleven days after he executed his second wife, Anne Boleyn. Thomas and his older brother Edward, both saw their fortunes rise, as they became part of the royal family. In October of the following year, Jane gave birth to a son, Edward Tudor, who would become King Edward VI. Less than two weeks later, Que...

    King Henry VIII died in January 1547, leaving his son, Edward VI, as King of England. Thomas's older brother Edward Seymour, became Lord Protector of England, in effect, ruler of England as Regent for his nephew, the king.Thomas was very jealous of his brother's power and worked to replace his brother as Lord Protector. In April or May of 1547, Tho...

    Despite the amount of power and money Thomas now had, he was still jealous that his brother was Lord Protector. He began publicly saying that his brother was not good enough at ruling. By 1548, Edward Seymour and others responsible for running the country were becoming aware that Thomas was trying to take power. Thomas would not try to explain hims...

    Erickson, Carolly (1983). The First Elizabeth. New York: Summit Books. ISBN 0671417460.{{cite book}}: CS1 maint: ref duplicates default (link)
    Skidmore, Chris (2007). Edward VI: the Lost King of England. London: Phoenix. ISBN 9780753823514.{{cite book}}: CS1 maint: ref duplicates default (link)
    • c. 1508, Wulfhall, Wiltshire
    • 20 March 1549 (aged 40–41), Tower Hill, London
    • Death by Beheading
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    Thomas Hart Seymour was an American lawyer and Democratic Party politician who served as the 36th governor of Connecticut from 1850 to 1853 and as minister to Russia from 1853 to 1858. He was the leader of the peace settlement in the Democratic Party, and narrowly lost the April 1863 gubernatorial election.

    Born in Hartford, Connecticut to Major Henry Seymour and Jane Ellery, Seymour was sent to public schools as a child and graduated from Middletown Military Academy in Middletown, Connecticut in 1829. He studied law and was admitted to the bar in 1833, commencing practice in Hartford.

    A judge of probate from 1836 to 1838, Seymour was also Editor of the Jeffersonian from 1837 to 1838. In 1842, he was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives and served one term from 1843 to 1845, declining reelection in 1844. During the Mexican–American War, Seymour was commissioned as a major in the Connecticut Infantry on March 16, 1846, lat...

    Seymour died of typhoid fever, in Hartford, Connecticut on September 3, 1868. He is interred at Cedar Hill Cemetery. In 1850 the town of Humphreysville, Connecticut—then contemplating a change of name—was renamed Seymour in his honor.

  4. Thomas Seymour, vanaf 1547 Thomas Baron Seymour of Sudeley geheten (?, circa 1508 - Londen, 20 maart 1549) was een Engels edelman, legeraanvoerder, diplomaat en politicus. Seymour was de vierde zoon van John Seymour of Wolf Hall , Wiltshire , en was de jongere broer van Edward Seymour , de eerste hertog van Somerset .

  5. Thomas Day Seymour (April 1, 1848 – December 31, 1907) was an American classical scholar. He spent most of his career as a Professor of Greek at Yale University and published primarily on the works of Homer .