4 June 1536 – Jane Seymour is proclaimed queen – The Fall of Anne Boleyn

| June 4, 2019

4 June 1536 – Jane Seymour is proclaimed queen – The Fall of Anne Boleyn

You thought I’d finished my video series on the fall of Anne Boleyn in 1536, didn’t you? Ha! Got you! Here’s a surprise extra video for you! On this day in 1536, 4th June, Whitsunday, Henry VIII’s new bride, Jane Seymour, was officially proclaimed queen at Greenwich. Henry had married his third wife on 30th […]

4 June 1536 – Jane Seymour is officially proclaimed queen

| June 4, 2018

On this day in history, Sunday 4th June 1536, five days after her marriage to King Henry VIII and just over two weeks after the execution of her predecessor, Jane Seymour was officially proclaimed queen at Greenwich. Chronicler and Windsor Herald Charles Wriothesley recorded: “Also the 4th daie of June, being Whitsoundaie, the said Jane […]

4 June 1536 – A new queen is proclaimed

| June 4, 2016

4 June 1536 – A new queen is proclaimed

Following her marriage to Henry VIII on 30th May 1536 and her first public apearance as queen on 2nd June, Jane Seymour was proclaimed Queen at Greenwich on Sunday 4th June 1536, Whitsun. Chronicler and Windsor Herald Charles Wriothesley recorded it: “Also the 4th daie of June, being Whitsoundaie, the said Jane Seymor was proclaymed […]

4 June 1536 – Jane Seymour proclaimed Queen at Greenwich

| June 4, 2015

4 June 1536 – Jane Seymour proclaimed Queen at Greenwich

According to Charles Wriothesley, chronicler and Windsor Herald, it was on 4th June 1536, Whitsunday, that Henry VIII’s third wife, Jane Seymour, was proclaimed queen: “Also the 4th daie of June, being Whitsoundaie, the said Jane Seymor was proclaymed Queene at Greenewych, and went in procession, after the King, with a great traine of ladies […]

4 June 1536 – Jane Seymour is Proclaimed Queen at Greenwich

| June 4, 2013

4 June 1536 – Jane Seymour is Proclaimed Queen at Greenwich

On this day in 1536, Whitsun, Henry VIII’s third wife, Jane Seymour, was proclaimed Queen at Greenwich. Chronicler Charles Wriothesley recorded this moment: “Also the 4th daie of June, being Whitsoundaie, the said Jane Seymor was proclaymed Queene at Greenewych, and went in procession, after the King, with a great traine of ladies followinge after […]