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  Reformation: Protestant England
England was far distant and isolated from the rest of Europe.
England also experienced the greatest wavering between the two religions as the monarchs of England passed from one religion to the next.
Henry began to doubt both of the marriage and the spiritual validity of the marriage.
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 About Henry VII TUDOR (King of England)
Born at Pembroke Castle, Wales, 28 Jan 1457, Henry Tudor was the son of Edmund Tudor and Margaret Beaufort.
Arthur died within months and Henry secured a papal dispensation for Catalina to marry Arthur's brother, the future Henry VIII ; this single event had the widest-ranging effect of all Henry's actions: Henry VIII's annulment from Catalina was the impetus for the separation of the Church of England from the body of Roman Catholicism.
The marriage of Henry's daughter, Margaret, to James IV of Scotland would also have later repercussions, as the marriage connected the royal families of both England and Scotland, leading the Stuarts to the throne after the extinction of the Tudor dynasty.
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  English Monarchs - Kings and Queens of England - Henry II.
Henry's father Geoffrey's nickname derived from a sprig of bloom, or Planta Genista, that he liked to sport in his helmet.Thus was coined the surname of one of England's greatest dynasties, which ruled the country for the rest of the medieval era, although Plantagenet was not adopted as a surname until the mid 15th century.
Henry's was a vast inheritance, from his father, he received the Counties of Anjou and Maine, from his mother, the Duchy of Normandy and his claim to the Kingdom of England.
Henry was faced with a new threat, this time it came from within his own dysfunctional family, in the form of his malcontented Queen Eleanor and his unruly sons.
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  Henry II of England - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Henry's attempts to wrest control of her lands from Eleanor (and from her heir Richard) led to confrontations between Henry on the one side and his wife and legitimate sons on the other.
Henry's notorious liaison with Rosamund Clifford, the "fair Rosamund" of legend, probably began in 1165 during one of his Welsh campaigns and continued until her death in 1176.
Henry's third son, Richard the Lionheart (1157–1199), with the assistance of Philip II Augustus of France, attacked and defeated Henry on July 4, 1189; Henry died at the Chateau Chinon on July 6, 1189, and lies entombed in Fontevraud Abbey, near Chinon and Saumur in the Anjou Region of present-day France.
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 Henry VIII of England   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Henry's reign began full of promise, and the diplomats, courtiers and politicians who surrounded the new king gushed forth praise for their new king and his wife.
Henry is also responsible for the 6 Articles of 1539 which reaffirmed the Catholic nature of the Church of England.
Henry died in 1547 (on the exact 90th anniversary of his father's birth) at Whitehall in London and was buried at Windsor.
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 Henry VIII of England - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Born at the Palace of Placentia at Greenwich, Henry was the third child of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York.
Henry VII was still eager to maintain the marital alliance between England and Spain through a marriage between Henry, Prince of Wales and Catherine.
Henry was almost certainly the inspiration for the title of the popular song "I'm Henery the Eighth, I Am" (1911), recorded by Harry Champion and later by Herman's Hermits; the actual song, however, is about a man named Henry whose wife has been married to seven different individuals, all named Henry.
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 Henry VIII of England Information - TextSheet.com
Henry VIII (June 28, 1491 - January 28, 1547) was King of England from April 22 (crowned on June 24), 1509 until his death on January 28, 1547.
Henry VIII greatly improved English seapower, establishing dockyards at Woolwich and Deptford on the River Thames in south-east London, and instituting an efficient navy.
Henry died in 1547 at Whitehall in London and was buried at Windsor.
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 Henry I of England - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Henry appropriated the Duchy of Normandy as a possession of England, and reunited his father's dominions.
Henry died of food poisoning from eating foul lampreys in December 1135 at in Normandy and was buried at Reading Abbey, which he had founded 14 years before.
Although Henry's barons had sworn allegiance to his daughter Maud as their queen, Maud's sex and her remarriage into the House of Anjou, an enemy of the Normans, allowed Henry's nephew Stephen of Boulogne to come to England and claim the throne with popular support.
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 Henry VII of England   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Henry VII (January 28, 1457 – April 21, 1509), Kingdom of EnglandKing of England, Lordship of IrelandLord of Ireland (August 22, 1485 – April 21, 1509), was the founder of the Tudor dynasty and is generally acknowledged as one of England's most successful king/s.
Henry Tudor was the posthumous son of Edmund Tudor, 1st Earl of Richmond, a half-brother of King Henry VI of England.
Henry's elder daughter Margaret TudorMargaret was married first to James IV of Scotland, and their son became James V of Scotland, whose daughter became Mary I of ScotlandMary Queen of Scots.
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 Henry VIII
It was deemed necessary for a papal dispensation to be issued allowing Henry to marry Catherine, as she was his dead brother's wife, and this marriage was prohibited in Leviticus.
Henry VII had been slow to pay his part of the arrangement and her parents were refusing to send the marriage portion of plate and gold.
Henry was just shy of 18 years old when he became king, and had been preparing for it from the time of his older brother Arthur's death.
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 MSN Encarta - Henry V (of England)
Henry V (of England) (1387-1422), king of England (1413-1422), known for his victorious campaigns against France, born at Monmouth in August or September 1387.
On succeeding to the throne in 1413, Henry V restored Sir Henry Percy's son to his lands and titles; he also honourably reburied at Westminster Abbey the remains of Richard II, who had been deposed by Henry IV and had died in prison during the latter's reign.
When Henry returned to England in 1421, leaving his brother Thomas, Duke of Clarence, as governor of Normandy, the French rose in opposition to English rule and defeated the Duke.
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 Henry II of England - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Henry's illegitimate son Geoffrey, Archbishop of York, also stood by him the whole time and alone among his sons attended on Henry's death-bed.
Henry II and his sons King Richard and King John also provided the subjects of the BBC2 television series The Devil's Crown and the 1978 book of the same title, written by Richard Barber and published as a guide to the broadcast series, which starred Brian Cox as Henry and as Eleanor.
Book of the Civilized Man is a poem believed to have been written in Henry's court and is the first "book of manners" or "courtesy book" in English history, representing the start of a new awakening to etiquette and decorum in English culture.
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 Henry VI of England
Henry was the only child and heir of King Henry V of England, therefore great things were expected of him from birth.
Henry's half-brothers, Edmund and Jasper Tudor, the sons of his mother's second marriage, were later given earldoms, Edmund being the father of Henry Tudor, later King Henry VII of England.
Henry was eventually crowned King of England in Westminster Abbey on November 6, 1429 at the age of eight, and King of France at Notre Dame in Paris on December 16, 1431.
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 Henry IV of England - InfoSearchPoint.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Henry IV (April 3, 1367 - March 20, 1413) was born at Bolingbroke Castle in Lincolnshire - hence the other name by which he was known, "Henry Bolingbroke".
Mary died in 1394, and in 1403 Henry married Joanna of Navarre, the daughter of Charles d'Albret, King of Navarre.
Henry's reign was marked by widespread rebellion, including the revolt of Owen Glendower who declared himself Prince of Wales in 1400, and the rebellion of Henry Percy, Duke of Northumberland.
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 History of the Monarchy > The Lancastrians > Henry VI
Henry was crowned King of England in 1429 and, in 1431, King of France.
For the rest of his reign, Henry's queen, Margaret of Anjou, was determined to fight, rather than negotiate a compromise, for the Lancastrian cause of her husband and son.
Pitted against Henry was the Duke of York, asserting his legitimate claim to the throne descended as he was, through his mother, from Edward III's second surviving son (Henry VI was descended from Edward's third surviving son).
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 Henry VI of England   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Henry's half-brothers, Edmund TudorEdmund and Jasper Tudor, 1st Duke of BedfordJasper, the sons of his mother's second marriage, were later given earldoms, Edmund being the father of Henry Tudor, later King Henry VII of England/.
Henry VI of England Henry's marriage to Margaret of Anjou
Henry was captured by King Edward in 1465 and subsequently held captive in the Tower of London/.
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 Henry VIII of England
Henry felt that he was no better off than he had been with Catherine, and at such a cost.
Henry expected Anne to be grateful to him for making her Queen, in view of all the sacrifices he and so many others had made.
One of the portraits that pleased Henry was that of Anne of Cleves.
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 Ancestors of Robert C. Bradley: Index
Aquitaine, Agnes of (marriage to Henry III Germany Emporer) (i8500), b.1024-d.1077
Brabant, Adelicia Princess of, Queen of England (marriage to King Henry I England (Beaucle (i5499), b.1102-d.1151
Bretagne, Constance Countess of (marriage to Geoffrey II of Bretagne England Duke of Britt (i5387), b.1166-d.1201
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 Europe's 12th-Century Development by Sanderson Beck
Henry I promised to replace his brother's unjust practices in regard to reliefs paid by vassals to the king, wardships, marriages, and murder fines with smooth and orderly justice, and he invited Anselm to return from exile.
Henry agreed that no one should be invested as a bishop or abbot in England by the king or any lay authority, and Anselm conceded that no one should be deprived of consecration because of having done homage to the king.
However, Henry the Proud's son Heinrich the Lion accompanied Friedrich to Italy and was rewarded for his bravery by being recognized as duke of Bavaria and Saxony, though in 1156 Henry Jasomirgott was placated with part of Bavaria that became the duchy of Austria.
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 Henry III (of England) - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Henry III (of England) (1207-1272), king of England (1216-1272), son and successor of King John (Lackland), and a member of the house of Anjou, or...
Henry III was not an able king, however.
The first unified government of England came with the conquest of the Danish in northern England by Edward the Elder.
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 Henry VIII
Henry VII had been slow to pay his part of the arrangement and her parents were refusing to send the marriage portion of plate and gold.
Henry was just shy of 18 years old when he became king, and had been preparing for it from the time of his older brother Arthur's death.
Henry consoled himself by going to war against France, hoping to emulate his ancestors Edward III and Henry V. Henry met with some success in France, but while he was distracted on the Continent, his Scottish brother-in-law James IV used the opportunity to attack.
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 Henry V, king of England. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Henry was probably brought up under the care of his uncle, Henry Beaufort.
Henry began (c.1409) to work actively in the privy council, which he and his friends dominated in 1410–11.
In 1420, Henry concluded the Treaty of Troyes, by which he agreed to marry Catherine of Valois and to rule France in the name of her father, Charles VI, who accepted Henry as his successor.
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 Henry VIII
Henry VIII, born in 1491, was the second son of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York.
Henry married the pregnant Anne Boleyn in 1533; she gave him another daughter, Elizabeth, but was executed for infidelity (a treasonous charge in the king's consort) in May 1536.
Henry was beloved by his subjects, facing only one major insurrection, the Pilgrimage of Grace, enacted by the northernmost counties in retaliation to the break with Rome and the poor economic state of the region.
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 Henry IV , King of England   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Henry was born in 1366 at Bolingbroke Castle in Lincolnshire and, therefore, is often referred to as Henry Bolingbroke.
Henry went on two expeditions: in 1390 he joined a force of Teutonic knights on a crusade to Lithuania and in 1392 he traveled to Jerusalem via many of the European courts such as Prague, Vienna and Venice.
In his later years Henry's health deteriorated and he became estranged from his son, the future King Henry V. Their was some talk that the young Henry would force his father to abdicate the throne but Henry IV died in 1413 leaving the issue moot.
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 Henry I, king of England. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Henry issued a charter promising to right injustices inflicted by William and to refrain from unjust demands on the church and the barons.
Robert invaded England in 1101, but the brothers reached an agreement by which Robert renounced his claim to the English throne in return for the promise of a pension and the surrender of Henry’s possessions in Normandy.
Henry’s reign continued to be troubled by uprisings in Normandy centering about Robert’s son and encouraged by Louis VI of France, who was almost constantly at war with Henry.
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