Tudor Kings and        Queens            By 4W
Henry VIIIHenry was born on 28 June 1491 inGreenwich. After the death of his elderbrother Arthur in 1502, Henry VIIIbecame...
 Henry VIII (28 June 1491 – 28 January  1547) was King of England from 21 April  1509 until his death. Henry the VIII wa...
Edward VIName: King Edward VIBorn: October 12, 1537 atHampton CourtParents: Henry VIII and JaneSeymourRelation to Elizabet...
Edward never marriedanyone.His dad was calledHenry 8TH .Edward 6th had advisorsto help run the country.His mum was called ...
Mary IMary was born just before dawn on Monday 18      February 1516 in Greenwich Palace.         Mary was short and slend...
Mary first met her husbandMary Tudor was the only child born to       Philip of Spain in theHenry VIII and Catherine of Ar...
Elizabeth I     When did she live?     Elizabeth was the daughter of King Henry     VIII. She was born in 1533. Her     gr...
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This term we have been looking at the Tudors. This week we have looked at Kings and Queens and found lots of information. Enjoy reading it!!

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  1. 1. Tudor Kings and Queens By 4W
  2. 2. Henry VIIIHenry was born on 28 June 1491 inGreenwich. After the death of his elderbrother Arthur in 1502, Henry VIIIbecame heir to the English throne. Seven years later his father Henry VIIdied and he was crowned king ofEngland. Shortly afterwards hemarried Catherine of Aragon, Arthurswidow.
  3. 3.  Henry VIII (28 June 1491 – 28 January 1547) was King of England from 21 April 1509 until his death. Henry the VIII was 18 when he became king. King Henry VIII died by falling down the steps. His colour is purple.KING HENRY THE VIII
  4. 4. Edward VIName: King Edward VIBorn: October 12, 1537 atHampton CourtParents: Henry VIII and JaneSeymourRelation to Elizabeth II: 1stcousin 13 times removedHouse of: TudorAscended to the throne:January 28, 1547 aged 9yearsCrowned: February 19, 1547at Westminster AbbeyMarried: Never MarriedChildren: NoneDied: July 6, 1553 atGreenwich Palace, aged 15years, 8 months, and 23 daysBuried at: WestminsterReigned for: 6 years, 5 Edward 6th came king in 1547 tillmonths, and 7 days 1553 he died of bad illness at the age of 15.
  5. 5. Edward never marriedanyone.His dad was calledHenry 8TH .Edward 6th had advisorsto help run the country.His mum was called JaneSeymour.
  6. 6. Mary IMary was born just before dawn on Monday 18 February 1516 in Greenwich Palace. Mary was short and slender, with a rosy- cheeked complexion and large hazel eyes. She had golden, bright auburn hair
  7. 7. Mary first met her husbandMary Tudor was the only child born to Philip of Spain in theHenry VIII and Catherine of Aragon gardens of Wolvesey, the Bishop’s Palace at Coronation: 1 October 1553 Winchester in the evening of Westminster Abbey. the 23rd July 1554. The Mary had a good childhood as a couple married two days young princess. But, as time went on later at Winchester and no little brothers followed, Marys Cathedral. father tried to find different things. Eventually, Henry got an annulment from Catherine, and married his second Queen: Anne Boleyn. Mary was declared illegitimate and was to no longer be called "princess", but "The Lady Mary".The first queen to rule England in her own right, she wasknown as Bloody Mary for her persecution of Protestants in avain attempt to restore Catholicism in England. Died: 17 November 1558 St. Jamess Palace
  8. 8. Elizabeth I When did she live? Elizabeth was the daughter of King Henry VIII. She was born in 1533. Her grandfather Henry VII was the first Tudor king of England. Elizabeth became Queen of England in 1558. She died in 1603. Why is Elizabeth famous? Elizabeth I ruled England alone. She did not marry. So although she was queen, England had no king. This was unusual at the time. The Elizabethan Age was an exciting part of English history. There were new ideas, and arguments about religion. There were wars with Spain. English explorers sailed to new lands.
  9. 9. Tudor Family Tree
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