English Reformation(Henry VIII's six wives)

English Reformation(Henry VIII's six wives)

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  • Henry VIII is married to Catherine of Aragon. They had a really happy marriage. He divorced her in 1533. They had 1 surviving daughter, Mary I.
  • Henry VIII wants an annulment so that he can marry Anne Boleyn. He breaks from the Catholic church and establishes his own, Church of England. He also executed Sir Thomas More and many other Catholics for refusing him. Henry appointed a new archbishop of Canterbury, Cranmer, and finally gets his divorce.
  • Henry VIII married Anne Boleyn in January 1533. She had 2 miscarriages. She was executed on 19 May 1536 for treason and adultery. She only managed to produce 1 daughter, Elizabeth I.
  • Henry VIII married Jane Seymour on May 30, 1536. She finally gave Henry the son he desired, Edward VI. She died on 24 October 1537 due to puerperal fever.
  • Henry VIII married Anne of Cleves on January 6, 1540. She produced no children. He divorced her because he was already in love with Catherine Howard. The divorce took place in July 1540.
  • Henry VIII married Catherine Howard on July 28, 1540. She was the cousin of Anne Boleyn.  She was very young and beautiful and made Henry feel the same. She produced no children and was executed on February 13, 1542, for treason and adultery.
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