Posted By Claire on May 9, 2020
On this day in 1536, 9th May 1536, King Henry VIII’s second wife, Queen Anne Boleyn, had just ten days left to live.
While his wife and seven men were imprisoned in the Tower as part of Anne Boleyn’s fall, King Henry VIII was after an update on things from his master-secretary, Thomas Cromwell…
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And today’s normal “on this day” video is about William Bradford, a Yorkshire man who was the founder of the Plymouth Colony in America and the writer of a chronicle of its early years: “Of Plimmoth Plantation”: