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Our Tudor Timeline by the Pedmore Bengal Tigers

By Byron
  • Aug 8, 1485

    First Tudor King

    The first Tudor king was Henry VII in Auguest 1485 atfer the battle of Bosworth. posted by Silverback
  • Aug 22, 1485

    The Battle of Bosworth ~ the Tudors beging!

    The Battle of Bosworth ~ the Tudors beging!
    Henry Tudor, from the House of Lancaster, defeated Richard III, from the House of York on Bosworth field in Leicester. According to legend, as he died, King Richard's crown rolled under a hawthorn bush. On the battlefield, Henry was crowned King Henry VII by one of his main supporters, Stanley. This began the Tudor dynasty. The picture shows Richard III. ~ posted by Byron
  • Aug 22, 1485

    Henry VII first tudor king - stick mantis

    Henry VII first tudor king - stick mantis
  • Dec 16, 1485

    Catherine of Aragon

    Catherine of Aragon
    died: aged 51
    born: 16th december 1485
    she was married to henry VIII
    she was born in Spain
  • Jan 18, 1486

    Married to Elizabeth

    Married to Elizabeth
    A few days after The Battle Of Bosworth Elizabeth Of York got married to Henry VII at Westminster Abbey.
  • Jun 28, 1491

    Young King Henry

    Young King Henry
    The young Prince Henry, the second son of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York was born on 28 June 1491 at Greenwich. Henry was vigorous and handsome. He was an incredible athlete and loved jousting and hunting. He was very clever also, he was good at Latin, maths, astronomy, cosmology and music.
    By Armadillo
  • Sep 11, 1497

    voyages to America

    voyages to America
    Henry supports voyages to America by John and Sebastian Cabot. by Monkey frog
  • Apr 21, 1509

    King Henry VII

    King Henry VII
    Henry VII was the first monarch of the House of Tudor. He reigned for 23 years until his death on 21st April 1509.
    Posted by Golden Lion Tamerand
  • Apr 21, 1509

    Henry VII - Harry W

    Henry VII died and his son Henry VIII Suceeded the throne. Harry W.
  • Apr 21, 1509

    Henry V111 becomes king.

    He succeeded to the throne after his father's death on 21 April 1509. He was 17 years old when he became king.
  • Apr 21, 1509

    Henry VIII

    Henry VIII became king in 1509 at the age of 17 after his fathers death.by Silverback
  • Feb 18, 1516

    Mary I 'Bloody Mary ' Leaftoad

    Mary I 'Bloody Mary ' Leaftoad
    Queen Mary 1, Eldest daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine Of Aragon. Born 18th February 1516 at Greenwich Palace. When she became Queen she began to restore the Roman Catholic faith in England. This lead to lots of Protestants being burnt at the stake, this earnt her the title of 'Bloody Mary ' !
  • Feb 18, 1516

    princess mary

    Mary was the only child of catherine and henry to survive. Born on 18th february 1516 she was largely ignored by henry after his divorse from cathererine, when her rights to the the throne were nullified by parliment. she was later crowned queen as mary 1 in 1553.
  • Jun 7, 1520

    The Field Of The Cloth Of Gold

    This is the name given to a place in Balinghem, between Guînes and Ardres, in France, near Calais. It was the site of a meeting that took place from 7 June to 24 June 1520, between King Henry VIII of England and King Francis I of France. The meeting was arranged to increase the bond of friendship between the two kings following the Anglo-French treaty of 1514. The form "Field of Cloth of Gold" has been in general use in the English language since at least the 18th century.
    By Amadillo & Cougar
  • Sep 7, 1533

    Queen Elizabeth 1

    Queen Elizabeth 1
    Queen Elizabeth was born on the 7th of September in 1533 in
    Greenwich Palace - Molly H
  • Mar 23, 1534

    Henry VIII becomes head of the Church of England

    Henry wanted to divorce his first wife Catherin of Aragon because he fell in love with Anne Boleyn. The head of the Catholic Church would not allow it, so he declared him self head of a new Church of England.
    By George
  • Sep 7, 1534

    elizabeth1 is born

    queen elizabeth 1 is born! by tilly cooper
  • Jan 7, 1536

    bye cathrine of aragon

    cathrine of araogon dies :(
  • May 19, 1536

    Anne Boleyn's death - harpie eagle

    Anne Boleyn's death - harpie eagle
    they came for anne boleyn on the morning of may 19 to take her to tower green. were she would be afforded the dignity to a private execution. she made a short speech before kneeling on scaffold. she removed her head dress and her ladies tided a blind fold over her eyes and the sowdsman cut of her head with on swipe.
  • Oct 12, 1537

    Birth Of Henry VIII's 3rd Child King Edward VI

    Birth Of Henry VIII's 3rd Child King Edward VI
    On 12th October 1537 Henry VIII's third child was born, King Edward VI. On January 28th 1547 Edward was crowned King Edward VI of Endland And Ireland. When he was 15 he felt ill and he died 6th July 1553. Thank you
    Posted by Cougar
  • Jan 6, 1540

    Henry VIII married Anne of Cleves

    Henry VIII and Anne of Cleves got married. She wasn't as pretty as he thought she was going to be.
  • Jan 6, 1540

    Tilly - Henry VIII married Anne of Cleves

    Henry VIII and Anne of Cleves got married. She wasn't as pretty as he thought she was going to be.
  • Jan 6, 1540

    Tilly - Henry VIII married Anne of Cleves

    Henry VIII and Anne of Cleves got married. She wasn't as pretty as he thought she was going to be.
  • Jan 6, 1540

    Henry VIII marries Anne of Cleves (Leaf Cutter Ant)

    Henry VIII marries Anne of Cleves (Leaf Cutter Ant)
    Tilly Cooper - Henry VIII and Anne of Cleves got married on 6 January 1540. She wasn't as pretty as he thought she was going to be
  • Jul 12, 1543

    Marriage of King Henry VIII to Catherine Parr, 6th wife AssiLion

    Marriage of King Henry VIII to Catherine Parr, 6th wife AssiLion
    Nationality: English
    Role and Position: Sixth wife and last wife of King Henry VIII
    Lifespan: 1512 - 1548
    Born: November 11, 1512
    Family Connections: The father of Catherine Parr Sir Thomas Parr and her mother was called Maud Green. Her brother was William Parr, 1st Marquess of Northampton
    First marriage of Catherine Parr: Edward, Lord Borough, who died in 1529
    Second marriage of Catherine Parr: John Neville, Lord Latimer, who died in 1542
    Married King Henry VIII: 12 July 1543
  • Jul 19, 1545

    The Mary Rose Tragedy

    The Mary Rose Tragedy
    On 19 July 1545, disaster struck the Mary Rose. The French had landed on the Isle of Wight. Henry came to Southsea Castle to watch his fleet leave Portsmouth and engage with the French force in the Solent.
    At the head of the English fleet was his pride and joy the Mary Rose.
    From his advantage point on top of Southsea castle, Henry had a commanding view of the impending battle.
    He watched his beloved ship sink
    By Armadillo
  • Jan 28, 1547

    Henry V111 dies -Mandrill

    Henry V111 dies -Mandrill
    Henry V111 dies aged 55.
    He was buried at Windsor castle beside his 3rd wife Jane Seymour.
  • Jan 28, 1547

    Henry VIII died

    Henry V111 died on 28th January 1547 - he was 55 years old.
  • Jan 29, 1547

    King Edward VI - Green Iguana

    King Edward VI - Green Iguana
    Edward VI became king at the age of nine upon the death of his father, Henry Vlll. He was known as 'The Boy King'. His mother was Jane Seymour, Henry Vlll's third wife.
  • Jan 31, 1553

    Lady Jane Grey

    Was Queen of England for only 9 days, she was put on the throne by the Duke of Northumberland because she was protestant and his relative and lived in The Tower of London. Then Mary Tudor got an army and Lady Jane was pushed off her throne and her head was pushed on the block.
    By Blue arrow frog
  • Jul 10, 1553

    Lady Jane Grey - by Golden Frog

    Lady Jane Grey - by Golden Frog
    Lady Jane Grey became Queen of Endland for nine days. The proclamation was read out on 10th July 1553. On 19th July 1553 Mary was proclaimed Queen of England and Jane was sent to the Tower of London, later executed for treason on 12th February 1554....
  • Jul 10, 1553

    Lady Jane Grey

    Lady Jane Grey
    was Queen of England for only 9 days, she was put on throne by the Duke of Northumberland because she was protestant and his relative. While was Queen she lived in the Tower of London. Mary Tudor got an army and Lady Jane was pushed off the throne and her head was put on the block.
    By Blue Arrow Frog
  • Jul 10, 1553

    Lady Jane Grey-by golden frog

    was Queen of England for only 9 days, she was put on the throne by the Duke of Northumberland because she was protestant and was his relative, while she was Queen, she lived in the Tower of London. Mary Tudor got an army and Lady Jane was pushed off the throne and her head was pushed on the block.
    By Blue Arrow Frog.
  • Sep 11, 1553

    Queen Mary

    Mary I became queen by Monkey frog
  • Mar 18, 1554

    Imprisonment of Princess Elizabeth I

    Imprisonment of Princess Elizabeth I
    During her Roman Catholic half-sister Mary's (Mary I) reign, Elizabeth's Protestant sympathies brought her under suspicion, this led to Princess Elizabeth to be imprisoned in the tower of London. 18th March to 19th May 1554. by Macaw
  • Mar 18, 1554

    Imprisonment of Princess Elizabeth I

    During her Roman Catholic half-sister Mary's (Mary I) reign, Elizabeth's Protestant sympathies brought her under suspicion, this led to Princess Elizabeth to be imprisoned in the tower of London. 18th March to 19th May 1554.
  • Mar 18, 1554

    Imprisonment of Princess Elizabeth |

    During her Roman Catholic half-sister Mary's (Mary I) reign, Elizabeth's Protestant sympathies brought her under suspicion, this led to Princess Elizabeth to be imprisoned in the tower of London. 18th March to 19th May 1554 - posted by Macaw
  • May 18, 1554

    Elizabeth imprisoned

    During her Roman Catholic half-sister Mary's (Mary I) reign, Elizabeth's Protestant sympathies brought her under suspicion, this led to Princess Elizabeth to be imprisoned in the tower of London. 18th March to 19th May 1554 - posted by Macaw
  • Sep 11, 1554

    Mary I marries

    Mary marries Philip of Spain creating an alliance between the two countries by Monkey frog
  • Sep 11, 1558

    Elizabeth I

    Elizabeth I becomes queen by Monkey frog
  • Nov 17, 1558

    Mary Tudor (aka bloody Mary)

    Mary Tudor (aka bloody Mary)
    Mary died on 17th November 1558 aged 42. She was born on 18th February 1516 and was the daughter of King Henry VIII and her mother was Katherine of Aragon. Mary could speak and write in both French and Latin and could also speak Spanish and Greek. Beth Shield Bug
  • Nov 17, 1558

    Mary Tudor (aka Bloody Mary)

    Mary Tudor (aka Bloody Mary)
    Mary died on 17th November 1558 aged 42. She was born on 18th February 1516 and was the daughter of King Henry VIII and her mother was Katherine of Aragon. Mary could speak and write in both French and Latin and could also speak Spanish and Greek. Beth Shield Bug
  • Jan 15, 1559

    The coronation of Elizabeth I

    The coronation of Elizabeth I
    Six years after Elizabeth became queen, she was officially crowned at Westminster Abbey in 1559.
    By Orangutang
  • Spanish Armada tries to defeat Elizabeth I by Great hornbill

    Spanish Armada tries to defeat Elizabeth I     by  Great hornbill
    The Armada is famous because at that time England was a small nation with a little navy and they were facing the greatest power in the world (Spain). They defeated Spain, with help from Mother Nature. It marked the beginning of England's mastery of the seas.
  • Queen Elizabeth dies - the end of the Tudors

    Queen Elizabeth dies - the end of the Tudors
    Queen Elizabeth I, the last of the Tudor line, died of blood poisoning at Richmond Palace. She was nearly 70 years of age. Although it is not certain, some scholars believe that her blood poisoning may have been caused by the white makeup she wore - a mixture of white lead and vinegar! ~ posted by Byron