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Mary Tudor

(1495—1533) queen of France, consort of Louis XII.

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Acts of Succession

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1534, 1536, 1543.

Henry VIII used statutes to make the adjustments to the succession that his complicated matrimonial history necessitated. The first Act (25 Hen. VIII c. 22)...

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Henry Grey

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(1517–54). Dorset succeeded his father at the age of 13, and was lord high constable at the coronation of Edward VI and a knight of the Garter. In 1551 he was made duke of Suffolk. His...

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Katherine Seymour

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(1540–68). Lady Catherine was the younger sister of Lady Jane Grey, her grandmother being Mary Tudor, sister of Henry VIII. She was only 13 when the disastrous abortive coup took place. Her...

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1st duke of Suffolk, Charles Brandon

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(1484–1545).

Brandon managed a spectacular career from modest beginnings. Son of Sir William Brandon, standard‐bearer for Henry VII at Bosworth, where he was killed, Brandon's rise...

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William Seymour

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(1587–1660). William Seymour was a great-grandson of Protector Somerset, and son of Lord Beauchamp, who died before inheriting his father's title of earl of Hertford. He had royal blood...

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