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Your Birthday in Tudor History
April 18, 2011
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Sharon said:

Yay! Thank you Neil.  I didn't see that on the list.Laugh

And you thought October 31st was only for candy and birthday cake! 😛


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April 18, 2011
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🙂

 

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April 18, 2011
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I've been looking but I can't find anything that happened on 26 September  Frown

April 19, 2011
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Bella44 said:

I've been looking but I can't find anything that happened on 26 September  Frown


 

Your Tudor events:

 

1528 – George Boleyn appointed Esquire of the Body.

 

1546 – Miles Coverdale’s works, including his translation of the Bible, were publicly burnt at Paul’s Cross, having been condemned in a proclamation in July of the same year. The destruction was overseen by Edmund Bonner, bishop of London.

 

1571 – Henry Fitzalan, 12th earl of Arundel, was placed under house arrest for his alleged involvement in the Ridolfi plot. He remained in custody till the end of 1572 and returned to the Privy Council the year after that.

 

1580 – Sir Francis Drake and the Pelican arrived in Plymouth after a nearly three year voyage. One of his first acts back was to send a message to Elizabeth I alerting her of his success. Most of his treasure pillaged from Spanish ships was placed in a tower near Plymouth, though gold and silver was also sent to London.

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Her eyes could ev'n more surely woo;"

April 19, 2011
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I'm 11th February:-

1466 – Birth of Elizabeth of York

1503 – Death of Elizabeth of York

Poor woman died on her birthday!

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April 19, 2011
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Sharon said:

Nothing for my birthday: October 31st.  But it is celebrated every year.


 

For 31 Oct:

 

1494 – Prince Henry (future Henry VIII) is created duke of York.

1537 – Lord Thomas Howard, Anne Boleyn’s uncle, died in the Tower following a sudden illness. He had been sent there in July after his clandestine relationship with Henry VIII’s niece, Lady Margaret Douglas, was brought to the attention of the King. He had been condemned to death in a bill of attainder passed in July.

1557 – Judge, speaker of the House of Commons and master of the rolls, Sir Nicholas Hare, died in London. He was one of Mary I’s most trusted advisors.

1558 – Mary I appointed Sir John Mason as treasurer of the privy chamber

1601 –Jesuit Dominic Collins was hanged, drawn and quartered at Youghal, Ireland. He was beatified in 1992.

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April 19, 2011
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Impish_Impulse said:

I came up with a big fat nothing, too, Artemis. Mine's January 8th, and the closest is Katharine of Aragon dying on January 7th. In my lifetime, I share(d) a birthday with David Bowie and Elvis Presley! And no, I can't sing. Cry


 

8 January:

 

1536 – News reaches the court at Greenwich of the death of Katherine of Aragon. Henry VIII attends a commemorative mass (though to him, probably an occasion to offer his thanks to the Almighty).

1543 – James V of Scotland was buried in Holyrood Abbey, Edinburgh.

1561 – Elizabeth I issues a licence to John Bodley granting him sole rights of publishing and importing the Bible for the period of seven years.

1571 – Mary Shelton, cousin of Anne Boleyn and a contributor of the ‘Devonshire Manuscript’, was buried in Heveningham church, Suffolk.

 

And though wikipedia has the date '6 January', most other sources, including the Oxford DNB, state that on the 8 Jan 1570, Henry Clifford, second earl of Cumberland died. A traditionalist in religion, Clifford was accused of sympathising with the rebels of the 1569 northern uprising. He had been married to Henry VIII’s niece, Eleanor Brandon (daughter of Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon, duke of Suffolk, and thus the aunt of Lady Jane Grey).

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April 19, 2011
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Claire said:

I'm 11th February:-

1466 – Birth of Elizabeth of York

1503 – Death of Elizabeth of York

Poor woman died on her birthday!


What happened to the presents?

April 19, 2011
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Nasim said:

Sharon said:

Nothing for my birthday: October 31st.  But it is celebrated every year.


 

For 31 Oct:

 

1494 – Prince Henry (future Henry VIII) is created duke of York.

1537 – Lord Thomas Howard, Anne Boleyn’s uncle, died in the Tower following a sudden illness. He had been sent there in July after his clandestine relationship with Henry VIII’s niece, Lady Margaret Douglas, was brought to the attention of the King. He had been condemned to death in a bill of attainder passed in July.

1557 – Judge, speaker of the House of Commons and master of the rolls, Sir Nicholas Hare, died in London. He was one of Mary I’s most trusted advisors.

1558 – Mary I appointed Sir John Mason as treasurer of the privy chamber

1601 –Jesuit Dominic Collins was hanged, drawn and quartered at Youghal, Ireland. He was beatified in 1992.


You guys have a way better list than the one I was looking at.

April 19, 2011
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5th May – The final arrests were made, including the arrest of Thomas Wyatt. Frown

April 19, 2011
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Claire said:

I'm 11th February:-

1466 – Birth of Elizabeth of York

1503 – Death of Elizabeth of York

Poor woman died on her birthday!


1531 Henry 8th recognised as supreme head of The Church Of England ( as far as the laws of Christ allowed ).

April 19, 2011
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Nasim said:

Bella44 said:

I've been looking but I can't find anything that happened on 26 September  Frown


 

Your Tudor events:

 

1528 – George Boleyn appointed Esquire of the Body.

 

1546 – Miles Coverdale’s works, including his translation of the Bible, were publicly burnt at Paul’s Cross, having been condemned in a proclamation in July of the same year. The destruction was overseen by Edmund Bonner, bishop of London.

 

1571 – Henry Fitzalan, 12th earl of Arundel, was placed under house arrest for his alleged involvement in the Ridolfi plot. He remained in custody till the end of 1572 and returned to the Privy Council the year after that.

 

1580 – Sir Francis Drake and the Pelican arrived in Plymouth after a nearly three year voyage. One of his first acts back was to send a message to Elizabeth I alerting her of his success. Most of his treasure pillaged from Spanish ships was placed in a tower near Plymouth, though gold and silver was also sent to London.

So a few things did happen on my birthday – thanks Nasim!  You really must have awesome references  Laugh


November 26, 2011
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Anything for March 12th? (:

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November 26, 2011
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It's always bunnies.

November 26, 2011
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Anyanka said:

Here's your wiki page

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/March_12

 

Aww. ): Nothing too interesting … oh well! Thanks Anyanka! Laugh

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November 27, 2011
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I cant find anything for 7th October…

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November 27, 2011
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Elliemarianna said:

I cant find anything for 7th October…

 

That's my best friend's birthday! Here's your wiki page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/October_7th

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November 27, 2011
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My birthday is August 28th and the only thing close to Tudor history is Ferdinand II becomes Holy Roman Emperor in 1619. Hahaha not very good.

My mothers birthday is Feb 8th which is the day Mary,Queen of Scots was executed. My sister's birthday is June 23rd which is when Henry VIII and Francois I sign a secret treaty against Charles V. My younger brother shares the birthday of Isabella of Burgundy, wife of Christian of Denmark on July 18th. So that's kinda cool, not really but still.

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November 27, 2011
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Mya-Elise. said:

My birthday is August 28th and the only thing close to Tudor history is Ferdinand II becomes Holy Roman Emperor in 1619. Hahaha not very good.

My mothers birthday is Feb 8th which is the day Mary,Queen of Scots was executed. My sister's birthday is June 23rd which is when Henry VIII and Francois I sign a secret treaty against Charles V. My younger brother shares the birthday of Isabella of Burgundy, wife of Christian of Denmark on July 18th. So that's kinda cool, not really but still.

 

Cooler than what happened on my birthday! (:

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Feb 12th

Death of Blanche Parry, Elizabeth I’s ladies, ladies-in-waiting

Execution of lady Jane gray

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