King Henry VIII

  • Jan 18, 1509

    Henry becomes King

    Henry becomes King
    At age 18 Henry takes power of England
    He inherets the throne from his father King Henery VII.
    Although Henry VIII was the second son of his father, his older brother Arthur died and left Henry VIII to be king. Henry ruled in the midst of the Reniassance a time when new ideas and ways of living were coming about. King Henry had married his dead brothers wife who was 8 years older than him. Henry began to see the marrage was not working out and began loving another woman named Anne. Anne did not
  • Jan 18, 1509

    King Henry becomes King (cont.)

    King Henry becomes King (cont.)
    Continued from other event...
    Henry decided that it was time to divorce Katheraine but the church wouldn't let him. Since Katheraine couldn't bear a male heir to the throne Henry also wanted to get a new wife so he could have a male heir. The church refused his request for a divorce and so Henry took it into his own hands and broke off from the church and created the Church of England. He then went through six wives and through misscarages and daughters he only recieved one son who died at 16
  • Period: Jan 18, 1509 to

    Engllish Reformation

  • Jun 24, 1509

    Catherine of Aragon

    Catherine of Aragon
    King Henry VIII married Catherine of Aragon on the 11fo June of 1509 at the Francican Church at Greenwich. Shortly after marriage Catherine was pregant to a stillborn daughter. On February 1516 she gave birth do a daughter named Mary, In 1533 their marriage was separated because of Henry's anger to not have an heir to the throne.
  • Feb 16, 1516

    Princess Mary is born

     Princess Mary is born
    King Henry and Catherine of Aragon
  • Jan 25, 1533

    Anne Boleyn married Henry VIII

    Anne Boleyn married Henry VIII
    In 1533 Anne and Henry were secretly married In august of 1533 Anne was already pregnant and she was suppossed to have a boy. Later pricess Elizabeth was born. In 1535 she became pregnant again but it was miscarried. She was later arrested in 1536 because she did not give birth to a boy.
  • Sep 7, 1533

    Queen Elizabeth I Born

    Queen Elizabeth I Born
    King Henry VIII and Ann Boleyn
  • Jan 1, 1534

    Henry Broke away from the Church

    Henry Broke away from the Church
    Henry wasn't able to get a divorce from the Church so in anger and with support from his country he broke away from the church and created the church of England
  • Nov 20, 1534

    Act of Supremacy 1534

    Act of Supremacy 1534
    Act of Parliment that declared King henry VIII the only supreme head on Earth of the Church of England.
    Parliment did not grant the King the title they were just recognizing it as a fact.
    King Henry VIII had abandoned Rome.
    He was known as "Defender of the Faith"
  • Jan 7, 1536

    Catherine of Aragon dies

    Catherine of Aragon dies
  • May 19, 1536

    Ann Boleyn Executed

    Ann Boleyn Executed
  • May 30, 1536

    Jane Seymor marries Henry VIII

    Jane Seymor marries Henry VIII
    In 1536 Jane and Henry were married. In 1537 Jane gave birth to a boy that was named Edward. Mary the daughter of Elizabeth was the godparent of Edward. Just two weeks after the birth of Edward Jane died on October, 24 1536.
  • Oct 12, 1537

    Edward VI Born

    Edward  VI Born
    King Henry VIII and Jane Seymour
  • Oct 24, 1537

    Jane Seymour Dies

    Jane Seymour Dies
  • Jan 6, 1540

    Anne of Cleves

    Anne of Cleves
    After there marriage on January, 6 1540 Henry was already looking to get out of marriage. Anne already knew about this and was trying to get out of it as well.
  • Jul 28, 1540

    Kathryn Howard marries Henry VIII

    Kathryn Howard marries Henry VIII
    On July, 28 1540 Henry VIII marries Kathryn Howard. This was Henry VIII fifth wife and Henry was 49 and Kathryn Howard was barely 19. There was evidence of her being promiscuous before they married and she was executed on the Tower Green on February 13, 1542
  • Feb 13, 1542

    Kathryn Howard Executed

    Kathryn Howard Executed
  • Jul 12, 1543

    Kathryn Parr marries Henry VIII

    Kathryn Parr marries Henry VIII
    On July, 12 1543 Kathryn Parr married Henry VIII. This was Henry's final wife. This was a small ceremony of 20 people. Kathryn was close to all of her stepchildren and took care of them. After Henry VIII died in 1547 Kathryn secretly married a man named Thomas Seymour. Kathryn died on September, 3 1548
  • Jan 28, 1547

    King Henry VIII Dies

    King Henry VIII Dies
  • Feb 20, 1547

    Edward takes the throne

    Edward takes the throne
    Edward succeded his father and was just 9 years old when he took the throne. He inherited his throne after his father died and was the sole heir to take power. As a leader he relied mostly on his advisors due to how young he was.
    Edward only lived to be 16
    Edward was succeded by his half sister Mary
    Edward was the only "legitamnt" child of Henry VIII
    Edward had help from his uncles to lead the country while he was so young
    Edward is believed by medical historians to have died of tuberculosis
  • Sep 5, 1548

    Katherine Parr Dies

    Katherine Parr Dies
  • Jul 6, 1553

    Edward Dies

    Edward Dies
  • Jul 17, 1553

    Mary is proclaimed Queen

    Mary is proclaimed Queen
    Queen Mary succeded her half brother Edward after his death. She only reinged for about five years. She was succeded by her half sister Queen Elizabeth.
    She was the center of attention until her father changed wives and she lost her title as Princess and became The Lady Mary
    She was the only Catholic child of Henry
    She wanted to bring Catholism back to the Kingdom.
    She had many death plots against her because she wanted to bring Catholism back to the center of England religion
    Very good person
  • Jul 16, 1557

    Anne of Cleves Dies

    Anne of Cleves Dies
  • Nov 17, 1558

    Mary I Dies

    Mary I Dies
  • Nov 17, 1558

    Elizabeth takes the throne

    Elizabeth takes the throne
    Elizabeth took the throne after her sister Queen Mary. After her mother was executed she was considered an illegitament child and it almost made her be unable to take the throne. She succeded her half sister Mary
    Was the last ruler of the Tudor family
    Wanted to rule by good counsel
    She set up the English Protestand Church and became Supreme Governor
    Led England during the attack from the Spanish Armada
  • Jan 20, 1559

    2nd Act of Supremacy 1559

    2nd Act of Supremacy 1559
    Mary I repealed first Act of Supremacy in 1554
    Elizabeth I created Second Act of Supremacy in 1559
    Elizabeth I became Supreme Governor of the Church of England
    Instituded Oath of Supremacy which required anyone taking public or church office to pledge allegiance to the monarch
  • Queen Elizabeth I dies

    Queen Elizabeth I dies