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Anne Boleyn

Princess Elizabeth’s christening gown, sewn and embroidered by her mother, Anne Boleyn 1533

Lady Jane Grey was born October 1537 in Bradgate, England. When Edward died on July 6, 1553 she was proclaimed queen. She was the titular queen of England for nine days in 1553. She reluctantly allowed herself at age 15 to be put on the throne by unscrupulous politicians; her subsequent execution Edward VI's sister, Mary Tudor, on Feb. 12, 1554 aroused universal sympathy.

Lady Jane Grey Biography - Facts, Birthday, Life Story

The White Queen | Max Irons as King Edward IV

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Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville | Elizabeth Wydville Woodville (1437 - 1492) - Find A Grave Memorial

Queen Elizabeth I's tomb, Westminster Abbey.

Henry VII and Elizabeth of York effigies in Westminster Abbey - (She died first)

Henry VII Gallery

Lady Anne Neville, Queen Consort of Richard III (1456-1485). The young widow was an English noblewoman, the daughter of Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick. She became Princess of Wales as the wife of Edward of Westminster. Her only son with Richard III died young and she herself died at the age of 28. She is the last Plantagenet queen.

Queen Elizabeth oak, Northiam, East Sussex, UK, you might think this 1,000 year old tree is just a tree but it's a very special tree! When Queen Elizabeth I journeyed to Rye on August 1573 she sat under this tree and ate a meal. She changed her shoes of green damask silk with a 2 5" heel and pointed toe and left them behind as a memento of her visit. They are still in existence and are shown on special occasions. They are kept at Brickwall a Jacobean House in the village

Glove of Elizabeth I.

Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville

Edward IV, Father of Elizabeth of York, maternal grandfather of Henry VIII, Arthur, Margaret, and Mary Tudor.

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.

Portrait of King Henry VII of England (1457-1509) English: Portrait clutching the red rose of the house of Lancaster and wearing the collar of the Order of the Golden Fleece

Henry the VII (1447-1509), was the son of Edmund Tudor (1431-1456), Earl of Richmond and head of the house of Lancaster, and Margaret Beaufort (1443-1509). After defeating Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485, Henry successfully claimed the English throne. In 1486 married Elizabeth, Princess of York (1465-1503), daughter of Edward IV (1442-1483). This marriage unified the previously opposed houses of Lancaster and York. His reign began the Tudor Dynasty, which ran from 1485-1603.

The Battle of Bosworth Field was the last significant battle of the Wars of the Roses, the civil war between the Houses of Lancaster and York that raged across England in the latter half of the 15th century. The battle was won by the Lancastrians. Their leader Henry Tudor, Earl of Richmond, by his victory became the first English monarch of the Tudor dynasty. His opponent, Richard III, the last king of the House of York, was killed in the battle.

One of the most stunning tiaras in the collections of the extended British royal family, the Fife tiara (which was probably made by Massin, given similarities to other Massin tiaras) was given to Princess Louise, the daughter of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, as a wedding gift in 1889.

The Grand Duchess Vladimir Tiara. Sold by Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna to Queen Mary of England.

The tiara and jewels were worn at Queen Elizabeth's coronation in 1953.

Plantagenet/Tudor Family Tree, from Edward III through Elizabeth I....great reference for connecting The White Queen and The Tudors story lines

Margaret Beaufort Tudor, wife of Edmund Tudor and mother of King Henry VII. Grandmother of Henry VIII.

Henry VII - founder of the Tudor dynasty and father of Henry VIII.

The Plantagenet family tree, which ended when Henry VII (Anne Boleyn's father in law) overthrew Richard III and thus began the reign of the Tudors. The Tudor reign lasted less than 150 years...a very short period of time compared to the other prior and future reigning houses in England.

Lady Margaret Beaufort's tomb, a lavish creation that reflects Henry VII's love for his mother.