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Henry Vii

MARGARET BEAUFORT, THE MOTHER OF KING HENRY VII. At twelve years of age, she had already been married twice and conceived her only child Henry, who would grow up to defeat, at the Battle of Bosworth Field the forces of King Richard III, the fifteenth and last monarch from the House of Plantagenet. He would claim the crown for his own, to become King Henry VII.

Margaret Tudor, Queen Consort of Scotland, daughter of Henry VII, sister of Henry VIII, grandmother of Mary Queen of Scots

The original Crown used for the coronations of Henry VII, Henry VIII and his three children Edward V, Mary I and Elizabeth I has been recrea...

1313, shroud of Henry VII of Luxembourg (1275-1313)

Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scotland, daughter of Henry VII and sister to King Henry VIII. Her husband was James IV, King of Scotland. Grandmother to Mary, Queen of Scots. 1st Cousin

History of reigns of Eleanor of Aquitaine, her marriages to King Louis VII of France and King Henry II of England. A description of a turning point in European History and a strong woman.

Princess Mary Tudor, daughter of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York, sister of Henry VIII

unknown artist. Elizabeth of York b.1465 to King Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville, Elizabeth was the sole surviving heir of the house of York after her two brothers disappeared from the Tower of London. She married Henry VII a few months after his victory at Bosworth Field, where he defeated her uncle, King Richard III.

Margaret Tudor - She was the eldest daughter of Henry VII and sister to Henry VIII. She became Queen of Scotland when she married King James IV. Her granddaughter was the infamous Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots. Her great grandson, James VI became King of England uniting the crowns of England and Scotland.

Henry VII's Coat of Arms, featuring the red Welsh dragon and the white Beaufort greyhound.

Lady Mary Tudor, daughter of Henry VIII. Based on a sketch Holbein of Mary Tudor as Lady at her father's court.

On this day 11th February1466 Elizabeth of York, wife of Henry VII and mother of King Henry VIII was born. She died on her birthday in 1503 aged 37. In the children's nursery rhyme 'Sing a song of Sixpence' Elizabeth is reportedly the queen in the parlour, while her husband, with a reputation for thrift, is the king counting out his money

King Henry VII, father of Henry VIII and Arthur, Prince of Wales

Henry VIII Cap of Maintainance Waterford Treasure Museum in Ireland - the only remaining piece of clothing left actually worn by the famous king Heinrich VII. Tudor (* 28. Januar 1457 auf Pembroke Castle, Wales; † 21. April 1509 im Richmond Palace),

Eleanor of Aquitaine (1122 – 1204). First wife of both Louis VII of France and Henry II of England. Queen of France from 1137 - 1152. Queen of England from 1154 - 1189. She married Henry after divorcing Louis VII of France. They had many children and she led her sons in rebellion against their father. She was the mother of Henry the young king, Richard I, and King John.

The mysterious man is known as Perkin Warbeck. He claimed to be the younger of the Princes in the Tower -- the sons of Edward IV who disappeared sometime after Richard III was declared king. This Warbeck character claimed that he was the younger boy, Henry, and that he had managed to escape. Warbeck headed a rebellion against Henry VII, which failed. At the time, it was widely believed that he really was the son of Edward IV, but apparently historians have now proved he wasn't.

THE ANCESTORS OF HENRY VII ~ OWEN TUDOR (on the pin) was a son to Meredith Tudor. Meredith was a Welsh soldier and nobleman from the Tudor family of Penmynydd. Both his brothers Rhys and Gwilym rekindled the uprising in 1402 when they (and 16 other men) took Conwy Castle and held it for at least two months. Rhys was executed. Meridith kept his life, but following the demise of Glyndŵr's revolt, much of the Tudor family's lands at Penmynydd and elsewhere were forfeited to the England.

English royalty, queen consort of Henry VII. Daughter of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville. She married Henry on January 18, 1486 at Westminster, symbolically ending the Wars of the Roses by joining the houses of York and Lancaster under the house of Tudor.

Margaret Douglas died on 7 March 1578. She was interred in Henry VII's Chapel, at Westminster Abbey. Her daughter-in-law, Mary was executed on 8 February 1587, at the Great Hall of Fotheringhay Castle, in Northamptonshire. When Elizabeth I, Queen of England and Ireland (1533- 603) died on 24 March 1603, Mary and Henry Stuart's son, Margaret's grandson, James VI of Scotland, became James I of England. He was the first King of both Scotland and England.

Henry VII. From the effigy that was made from his death mask, so it is the next best thing to a photograph of him at the end of his life.