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  • Dec 16, 1485

    Catherine of Aragon

    Catherine of Aragon
    Married first to Prince Arthur in 1501, then he died and she married his brother King Henry VIII on June 11th, 1509. They had a girl, named Mary. In 1526, her husband fell in love with another woman, and asked for annulment. Six years latter when the lady King Henry VIII had fallen in love with was pregnant, he took matters into his own hands and went to the Archbishop of Canterbury, who granted the annulment. Then on January 7th, 1536 she died, 3 years after her divorce with King Henry VIII.
  • Jun 9, 1491

    King Henry Child hood

    King Henry Child hood
    As a child King Henry VIII was a care free young man. He had many duties as a child and at only the age of 2 he became constable of dover castle. His mother died at only age 11 and shortly after, his brother dies as well. After his brothers death all the royal duties transferred to Young King Henry
  • Jan 1, 1493

    Henry was made constable of Dover Castle

    Henry was made constable of Dover Castle
    age of two Henry was made Constable of Dover Castle
  • Jan 1, 1500

    Anne Boleyn

    Anne Boleyn
    Anne Boleyn was born between 1500-1509. She stayed in France in the Queens court for close to 8 years. She returned to England in 1521, and in 1526 she caugth the attention of King Henry VIII. On September 1st, 1532 she became the Marquess of Pembroke. Soon she got pregnant, so on January 25th, 1533, she and King Henry VIII were married. The baby which she carried was soon born, and was a girl which the named Elizabeth. On May 19th, 1536 she was executed for supposedly commiting adultry.
  • Jan 1, 1508

    Jane Seymour

    Jane Seymour
    She was born sometime around 1508-1509. Within 24 hours of the beheading of Anne Boleyn, Jane and Kind Henry VIII were betrothed. On May 30th, 1536 they were formally married. In 1537 she gavebirth to the King's long waited son, and they called him Edward. Two weeks after, she died. She was buried on November 13th, 1537 in King Henry VIII's tomb in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. She was the only wife of his to be buried with him.
  • Period: Jan 1, 1509 to

    King Henry VIII and theReformation

  • Apr 22, 1509

    Henry becomes king

    Henry becomes king
    After the death of his father and with no older brothers to take the throne, King Henry VIII is announced the king and decideds to marry a woman by the name of Catherine.
  • Jan 1, 1512

    Katherine Parr

    Katherine Parr
    Katherine Parr was born sometime around 1512. She was married twice before she married the King, but both her husbands died. On July 12th, 1543 she married King Henry VIII. On January 28th, 1547 King Henry VIII passed away and she was widowed again. She secretly married Thomas Bolyn soon afterwards, and soon gave birth to a child on August 30th, 1548. She was called Mary, and soon afterwards on September 5th Katherine died from puerperal fever.
  • Jan 15, 1515

    Anne of Cleves

    Anne of Cleves
    Anne of Cleveswas born on September 15th, 1515. She was married to King Henry VIII on January 6th, 1540, although it was just to make an alliance through marriage, not because of true love. However, King Henry VIII was not attracted to her and in July of 1540 they had their marriage annulmented. She took the titile of the King's sister and was given property, including Hever Castle, that had belonged to another former wife, Anne Boleyn. On July 16th, 1557 Anne of Cleves passed away.
  • Feb 18, 1516

    Birth of Mary

    Birth of Mary
    King Henry's Daughter "Bloody Mary" is Born
  • Jan 1, 1521

    Kathryne Howard

    Kathryne Howard
    At the age of 19 she was a lady in waiting for Anne of Cleves, and many believe this is how King Henry VIII noticed her. She married him on July 28th, 1540, just sixteen days after King Henry VIII and Anne of Cleves were divorced. At the time she was 19 and he was 49. Soon, there began to be rumors of Kathryne flirting with other men, so in November of 1541 the Archbishop brought these matters to the King's attention. The King soon realized these and so on February 15th, 1542 she was beheaded.
  • Sep 7, 1533

    Birth of Elizabeth 1

    Birth of Elizabeth 1
    Queen Elizabeth I is born in greenwich
  • Jan 1, 1534

    King Henry leaves the church

    King Henry leaves the church
    King Henry VIII left the power of the Pope due to the fact that the Pope would not let Katherin of Aragon and King Henry divorce and allow him to marry Ann Bolyen. Most of England was in favor of this and in 1534 the Act of Supremacy was passed marking the day King Henry left the Holy Roman Church.
  • Oct 12, 1537

    Edward VI Birth

    Edward VI Birth
    Edward VI the only real son of Henry was born October 12, 1537
  • Jan 1, 1547

    Edward takes the thrown

    Edward takes the thrown
    Edward took the thrown at only ten years old after struggles of many people wanting the thrown
  • Jan 1, 1547

    Edward Gains the throne

    Edward Gains the throne
    Henry had arranged before his death for the council of regency to rule for him.
  • Feb 1, 1553

    Edward Falls ill

    Edward Falls ill
    Edward fell ill fataly ill at age 15 and names his heir his first cousin which mary would later take over
  • Jul 6, 1553

    Edwawrd VI dies

    Edwawrd VI dies
    Edward died at Greenwich palace at only the age of 15
  • Jul 15, 1553

    Mary Becomes Queen

    Mary Becomes Queen
    Mary becomes Queen of England after her half-brother Edward dies.
  • Nov 30, 1553

    "Bloody Mary"

    "Bloody Mary"
    Queen Mary's term of Bloody mary is pawned after the execution of her cousin, lady Jane Grey executed so she would no longer struggle for power.
  • Jan 1, 1554

    Mary Marries

    Mary Marries
    Mary, marries king philip of Spain which was not very pleasing to many of her catholic followers
  • Jan 1, 1558

    Elizabeth I takes the thrown

    Elizabeth I takes the thrown
    After the death of Mary, Elizabeth gains control of the thrown
  • Jan 1, 1558

    Queen Elizabeth Marries Francis II

    Queen Elizabeth Marries Francis II
  • Nov 17, 1558

    Mary's Death

    Mary's Death
    Mary Died due to uterian cancer and ovarian cancer.
  • Jan 1, 1559

    Act of Supremacy

    Act of Supremacy
    Replacing Mary's actions, Elizabeth reastablishes the act of supremacy and the church of england
  • Execution of Hugh O'niel

    Execution of Hugh O'niel
    Hugh O'niell was sentenced to death after having been sent to England to settle down a rebellion but coming back and try to start one of his own
  • Golden Speech

    Golden Speech
    In 1601 during the later parts of her reign she gave a speech looking back at all the things she did. It is reffered to as the Golden Speech.
  • Death of Queen Elizabeth

    Death of Queen Elizabeth
    Queen Elizabeth died in Richmond Palace in Surrey