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Henry Brandon, 2nd duke of Suffolk by Holbein | by little_miss_sunnydale

File:Holbein Henry Brandon Duke of Suffolk.jpgHenry Brandon, Duke of Suffolk September 1535 – 14 July styled Lord Henry Brandon before was an English nobleman, the son of the Duke of Suffolk, by his fourth wife, the suo jure Baroness Willoughby de Eresby.

Henry Howard, son of Thomas, Duke of Norfolk, maternal first cousin of Anne Boleyn and Katheryn Howard

Henry Howard, son of Thomas, Duke of Norfolk, maternal first cousin of Anne Boleyn and Katheryn Howard GGrand Uncle

Henry Carey, Husband of Mary Boleyn, Brother in law of Anne Boleyn | by lisby1

William Carey, Husband of Mary Boleyn, Brother in law of Anne Boleyn Carey died of the sweating sickness in the same outbreak that nearly killed Anne Boleyn.

An extremely rare tintype of a young girl with what I believe is either Apert Syndrome or Crouzon's. This condition was not even officially described until decades after this photo was taken (1870's). If you look closely at her hands, you can see they are oddly formed, most likely with fused fingers.

An extremely rare tintype of a young girl with what I believe is either Apert Syndrome or Crouzon's. This condition was not even officially described until decades after this photo was taken

Thomas Culpeper, Queen Kathryn Howards second cousin and rumored lover.  Both were beheaded.

John's cousin, Lord Thomas Culpepper, second Baron of Thoresway. A prominent figure in books 3 and

Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon, Widowed Queen of France and the Duke of Suffolk. Artist unknown, date unknown. (collection of the Earl of Yarborough). Image to celebrate the wedding of the two. They were married in 1515.

Mary Tudor Queen of France, sister of Henry VIII married Louis XII. She later married Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk.

Eustace Chapuys - 18 April 1536 - Chapuys bows to Queen Anne Boleyn

Eustace Chapuys Imperial Ambassador to England during Henry VIII rule. He was greatly biased towards Queen Catherine of Aragon, and critical in the downfall of Anne Boleyn.

Edward Seymour brother of Jane Seymour. Uncle of Edward VI he served as Lord protector in Edwards reign. He was executed on January 22, 1552

Edward Seymour, Earl of Hertford. Later Duke of Somerset. Husband to Anne Stanhope. Son of Edward Seymour, brother to Henry VIII's wife Jane Seymour, uncle to Edward VI. Lord Protector during Edward VI's minority until he was beheaded for treason.

Elizabeth Wydville, mother of Elizabeth of York (wife of King Henry VII), grandmother of Arthur, Margaret, Henry, and Mary Tudor

Elizabeth Wydville, mother of Elizabeth of York (wife of King Henry VII), grandmother of Arthur, Margaret, Henry and Mary Tudor. The White Queen.

Lettice Knollys. Cousin to Elizabeth I. Lettice lost favour with Elizabeth when Elizabeth discovered that Lettice married Robert Dudley - Elizabeth's favourite and cherished courtier.

1577 Elizabeth Knollys, Lady Layton after George Gower. Elizabeth Knollys was the granddaughter of Mary Boleyn, and a great niece of Anne Boleyn. She married Sir Thomas Leighton in

Carlo il temerario. 1460. Gemäldegalerie Berlin. Morto nel 1477 a Nancy

Carlo il temerario. 1460. Gemäldegalerie Berlin. Morto nel 1477 a Nancy

Miniature portrait of Katharine of Aragon in later life.

Katharine of Aragon, by Lucas Horenbout. This miniature portrait captures the queen around the time Anne Boleyn first appeared at the English court.

Edward VI, King of England, Son of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour

Edward VI, King of England, Son of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour. Edward was the third monarch of the Tudor dynasty and England's first monarch raised as a Protestant.

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Image result for baroness margaret isabella mead 1392 wraxall, somerset Eng

Mary Tudor

Mary Rose Tudor, painted by an unknown artist. In court she would always be know as "the French Queen", even though she held the title, "Duchess of Suffolk" after marrying Brandon.