King Henry VIII Time Line

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  • Jan 1, 1509

    King Henry takes the throne/ Bio

    King Henry takes the throne/ Bio
    King Henry VII was a charming person with a liked to please people but he could get angry verbally and physically.He took real interests into people and could be very affectionate. He was a very religious person and went to mass everyday. He also spent money on wars for the Catholic church. Although, conflict happened with the Catholic church when he wanted to annul his marriage with Catherine of Aragon. He broke away from the Catholic Church and formed the Church of England or Anglican Church.
  • Period: Jan 1, 1509 to

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  • Jun 11, 1509

    Catherine of Aragon and King Henry get married

    Catherine of Aragon and King Henry get married
    1) Was not first marrage, but was the last.
    2) She married her first husbands brother after his death.
    3) Gave birth to Mary and henry, but Henry died :(
    4) Had many problem pregnacies
    5) King Henry divorced her because she could not give him a healthy baby boy
  • Feb 21, 1516

    Mary is Born

    Mary is Born
    King Henry's first child, Mary, is born. More information on her when she takes the throne.
  • Jan 2, 1533

    Catherine of Aragon and King Henry's marriage dissolved

    Catherine of Aragon and King Henry's marriage dissolved
  • Jan 25, 1533

    Ann Boleyn married King Henry

    Ann Boleyn married King Henry
    1) Was a short marriage because she was executed.
    2) Very little known about her early years.
    3) Was a transfered to the household of King Henry the VIII sister.
    4) Had six fingers, and had lots of moles.
    5) Had a relationship with Sir Thomas Wyatt
  • Jan 25, 1533

    Elizabeth is Born

    Elizabeth is Born
    King Henry's second child, Elizabeth, is born. More information on her when she takes the throne.
  • Jan 23, 1534

    The Act of supremacy 1534

    The Act of supremacy 1534
    Henry put forth this act to be able to divorce his first wife Catherine. Also the act broadened the power of the monarch while decreasing the power of Rome. Another thing is that King Henry VII wanted to gain the money of the Church. The act also made it that Catholic treason was punishable by death.
  • Jan 7, 1536

    Catherine of Aragon dies

    Catherine of Aragon dies
  • May 19, 1536

    Anne Boleyn Exicuted

    Anne Boleyn Exicuted
    Anne Boyeyn was exicuted by King Henrey.
  • May 30, 1536

    Jane Seymour marries King Henry VIII

    Jane Seymour marries King Henry VIII
    1) King Henry fell in love with Jane when still married to Anne.
    2) Some believe that she did not understand her position as political pawn she was playing.
    3) Within 24 hours after Anne's beheading Jane and Henry were formally betrothed.
    4) Became pregnant in 1537.
    5) Died two weeks after her son was born.
  • Oct 10, 1537

    Edward is born

    Edward is born
    King Henry's thrid child and only son Edward is born. More information on Edward when he takes the throne.
  • Oct 24, 1537

    Jane Seymour dies

    Jane Seymour dies
    Jane Symour dies two weeks after giving birth to her son Edward.
  • Jan 6, 1540

    King Henry marries Anne of Cleves

    King Henry marries Anne of Cleves
    1) Henry married Anne of Cleves in order to make an ally with
    Cleves.
    2) By the time they got married, Henry was already looking for ways to get out of the marriage.
    3) Anne was not suited for a political life in England, she mostly learned about domestic skills.
    4) Henry did not find her at all atractive.
    5) When trying to annul their marriage she testified that her previous marriage with the son of the Duke of Lorraine had not been properly broken.
  • Jul 20, 1540

    Anne of Cleves and King Henry's marriage dissolved.

    Anne of Cleves and King Henry's marriage dissolved.
    King Henry gets his marriage with Anne of Cleves's marriage dissolved.
  • Jul 28, 1540

    Kathryn Howard marries King Henry

    Kathryn Howard marries King Henry
    1) Was a first cousin to Anne Boleyn.
    2) Married her for influence over the monarch too
    3) Married her 16 days asfter his last wife.
    4) He was 49 and she was only 19.
    5) She was exicuted for being tought unfaithful to King Henry
  • Feb 13, 1542

    Kathryn Howard is exicuted

    Kathryn Howard is exicuted
    Kathryn Howard is exicuted at the Tower of London,
  • Jul 12, 1543

    King Henry marries Katerine Parr

    King Henry marries Katerine Parr
    1) Her parents were on the court of King Henry.
    2) Was named after his first wife.
    3) Had two previous marriages before Henry and widowed both.
    4) Wanted to marry Thomas Seymour but accepted Henry's proposal.
    5) A plot was being established against her and her ladies because they were thought to have banned books.
  • Jan 28, 1547

    King Henry VIII dies

    King Henry VIII dies
  • Jan 29, 1547

    King Edwart VI takes the Throne

    King Edwart VI takes the Throne
    1) Took the throne when he was 10.
    2) Was a sickly child.
    3) Believed that he suffered from tuberculosis
    4) Became very ill and declared Lady Jane Grey as the hier.
    5) Introduced a protestant service based off of his book.
  • Sep 5, 1548

    Katherine Parr dies

    Katherine Parr dies
  • Mar 18, 1553

    King Edward VI dies

    King Edward VI dies
  • Mar 19, 1553

    Queen Mary I takes the throne

    Queen Mary I takes the throne
    1) Married King Phillip II of Spain in 1554,
    2) Person that Bloody Mary is based on.
    3) Parlament would not crown King Phillip II jointly with Queen Mary.
    4) Had a false pregnancy with King Phillip II.
    5) Burned 300 protestants of Roman Catholicism at the state, hense Bloody Mary.
  • Jul 16, 1557

    Anne of Cleves dies

    Anne of Cleves dies
  • Nov 17, 1558

    Queen Mary I dies

    Queen Mary I dies
  • Nov 18, 1558

    Queen Elizabeth I takes the throne

    Queen Elizabeth I takes the throne
    1) Repealed the Catholic legislation put on by Queen Mary I.
    2) She never married, giving her the name virgin Queen.
    3) England prospered when she was queen.
    4) The Great Spanish Armada was defeated during her reign.
    5) England was safe from foreign invasion durning her reign also.
  • Jan 14, 1559

    Act of Spremacy 1559

    Act of Spremacy 1559
    After King Henry's Act of supremacy 1534 was repealed by Queen Mary I, it was reinstated by Queen Elizabeth I. Queen Elizabeth declared herself Supreme Govenor of the Church of England, and put in an Oath of Supremacy. There were three levels of penalties for anyone who refused to take the oath and the las penatly was death.
  • Queen Elizabeth I dies

    Queen Elizabeth I dies