Catherine of Aragon’s Pregnancies, Stillbirths and Miscarriages

| November 9, 2012

Catherine of Aragon’s Pregnancies, Stillbirths and Miscarriages

As today marks the anniversary of Catherine of Aragon giving birth to a daughter, who was either stillborn or did not survive long, in 1518, I thought you might be interested in reading my article on the obstetric histories of Catherine of Aragon and Anne Boleyn. Click here to read the article now. Other articles […]

Henry VIII, Kell Positive Blood Type and McLeod Syndrome: Part One – Guest Post by Kyra Kramer

| August 16, 2012

Henry VIII, Kell Positive Blood Type and McLeod Syndrome: Part One – Guest Post by Kyra Kramer

I have recently been corresponding with Kyra Kramer, the American researcher whose work I discussed in my article “Should Henry VIII be Exhumed and Would it Provide the Answer to his Tyranny?”, and she very kindly offered to explain her theory to Anne Boleyn Files visitors in a two part post. By the way, Kyra […]