Important Tudor Dates

Find out key Tudor dates by looking through our calendar of Tudor events:-

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8 Responses to “Important Tudor Dates”

  1. Michelle Eakins says:

    Fantastic!! I have always been intrigued by the story, or lack thereof, of Frances Grey! Finally, a book that will answer some questions! Cant’ wait to read it. Thanks so much

    Michelle Eakins


  2. Bruce says:

    Hi. Could anyone tell me if they have a theroy that the two ambassador s painting is missing parts of it as it seems to be short




    Claire Reply:

    When you say “short” what do you mean? I’ve never heard of a theory about it missing a part.


  3. Joslyn Felicijan says:

    wow! I love the calendars of important dates! I just found out that the coronation procession of Anne Boleyn was on my birthday!


  4. cheryl k says:

    This is so neat!!! Seeing it laid out this way pointed out something I hadn’t noticed….. my daughter was born on the day my 15th great grand uncle, Thomas Cromwell, was arrested. Interesting! My 15th great grand Aunt Elizabeth Wickes (Wykys, or Wycks, depending on your spelling) was married to Thomas.
    Thank you for sharing this!


  5. Sandie says:

    Wow. Henry VI was born on my birthday and Henry VIII died on my birthday. How much of a co-incidence is that!


  6. Sandie says:

    Sorry in that last post I meant Henry VII


  7. rushunda says:

    I love Ann boleyn!
    But when I read ‘The other Boleyn Girl’
    They made the main character (to me) Mary Boleyn
    They mad Ann seem.evil.even made her seem like a whore
    But the more I learn of Ms.Ann I am so interested and want to learn so much.I have read that a lot of stories are not accurate so I’m here at the source!. Hope to learn and understand Ms.Boleyn.Hope to hear from you Ms.Claire!

    – Rushunda Hall


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