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Tudors Family Tree

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Greer King

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Transcript of Tudors Family Tree

The Tudors
Henry VII
Elizabeth of York
Arthur, Prince
of Whales
Catherine of Aragon
1st
1st
Henry VIII
Anne Boleyn
Jane Seymour
2nd
3rd
Anne of Cleves
Catherine Howard
Catherine Parr

4th
5th
6th
Margaret Tudor,
Queen of Scots
Elizabaeth I
Mary I of England
Phillip II of Spain
Edward VI of England
James IV of Scotland
Archibald Douglass
Henry Stewart
1st
2nd
3rd
Louis XII of France
Charles Brandon
1st
2nd
James V of Scotland
Madeleine of
Valois
1st
2nd
Mary of Guise
Margaret Douglass
Mathew Stewart
Mary Queen of Scots
Henry Stuart
Charles Stuart
Francis II of France
James Hepburn, Earl of Bothwell
2nd
1st
3rd
James VI of Scotland
I was a selfish king who was only interested in luxury and women. I was so egoistic I started my own church when the catholic church wouldn't let me divorce my first wife. I proceeded to marry 6 women
I was born in Pembroke, and grew to end the rivalry between our families by marrying Elizabeth of York. I started the great Tudor Dynasty when I claimed to be the heir of Lancaster.
I was the only one of Henry VIII 's wives that was left alive. I played a key role in passing the Third Succession Act, and I also helped with the education of Edward and Elizabeth
I was going to become the queen of England, but I married a spaniard, which was controversial. As a result, the throne was given to my sister, Elizabeth
I am described as the most beautiful princess of the Tudors, my first husband died shortly after our marriage, and I quickly married Charles Brandon, much to the dismay of my brother, Henry.
I ruled from 1558 to 1603, and was a very popular queen. My reign was called the elizabethian era, which was famous for dramas by Shakespeare and Marlowe. I relied on a group of advisers, who helped me with policy issues and was described as short-tempered and indecisive.
The Tudors are one of the most famous royal families in history. Here's a family tree to track their progress.
I was crowned King at 17 months old when my father, James IV died in battle, and grew up a ruler. I had two wives.
I was the only child of James V of Scotland and Mary of Guise. I married Francis II of France and was briefly queen consort of France, until Francis died in 1560. I then married Henry Stuart, my cousin. We had an unhappy marriage until He was murdered in 1567. After yet another unsuccessful marriage to James Hepburn, I fled to Elizabeth I for refuge. She imprisoned me and had me executed on the basis that I was plotting against her.
I married both Arthur and Henry VIII, brothers.
Aunt of Elizabeth, Mary, and Edward, I was the second child of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York. I created tension between Scotland and England when I wrote to England that I was being mistreated in Scotland. I had three husbands.
I was the only son of Mary and Henry of Scotland.
I was the only child of Archibald Douglass and Margaret, Queen of Scots. I married Mathew Stewart, and we had two boys, Henry, and Charles.
I married my cousin, Mary, the Queen of Scots
THE TUDORS!!!!
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