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Name: King Henry Viii Tudor Of England Note Born: 28 Jun 1491 at Greenwich Palace, , , England Married: 6 Jan 1539-1540 at Palace, Greenwich, Kent, England Died: 28 Jan 1546-1547 at Whitehall, Westminster, Middlesex, England Other Spouses: Elizabeth Blount Countess Of Lincoln
Queen Anne Boleyn Of England
Mary Boleyn
Anne Of Cleves
Queen Catherine Of Aragon Of England
Jane Seymour
Catherine Howard
Catherine Parr Queen Of England
Father: King Henry Vii Tudor Of England Mother: Queen Elizabeth Plantagenet Of England
Name: Anne Of Cleves Princess Of Kleve Note Born: 22 Oct 1537 at Dusseldorf, , Rheinland, Prussia Died: 17 Jul 1557 at Chelsea, , , England Father: Johann Iii Duke Of Kleve Julich Duke Of Cleves Mother: Marie Of Julich

1). From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Henry VIII 28 June 1491–28 January 1547 was King of England and Lord of Ireland later King of Ireland from 22 April 1509 until his death. He was the second monarch of the Tudor dynasty, succeeding his father, Henry VII. He is famous for having been married six times, and also wielded the most untrammeled power of any British monarch. Notable events to occur during his reign included the establishment of the Church of England, the Dissolution of the Monasteries and the union of England and Wales. Several significant pieces of legislation were enacted during Henry VIII s reign. They included several Acts which severed the English Church from the Roman Catholic Church, the Act of Union 1536 which united England and Wales into one nation , the Buggery Act 1533 the first anti homosexual enactment in England , and the Witchcraft Act 1542 which punished invoking or conjuring an evil spirit with death . Henry is known to have been an avid gambler and dice player during his lifetime. He excelled at sport—especially real tennis—during his youth. He was also an accomplished musician and poet according to legend, he wrote the popular folk song Greensleeves.He was also involved in the construction and improvement of several buildings, including King s College Chapel, Hampton Court Palace, Nonsuch Palace and Westminster Abbey.
2).  royalty.ged  Anne, who had been sent to Richmond Palace for her health, open air and pleasure, raised no objection to the divorce proceedings.  Henry and Anne remained good friends after the divorce.  Although Henry slept at Anne  s side, the marriage was never consummated and the couple are said to have spent the night hours playing cards together. The marriage was declared null and void on 9 July 1540, just six months after the marriage.


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