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1422-1461
   was the reign of   
Henry VI
Was briefly restored to power 1470-1471.
Henry VI
   of the   
House of Hohenstaufen
1169-1197 - Had proposed making the imperial crown (including Holy Roman Emperor) exclusively hereditary. It didn't happen.
Henry VI
   was known as   
Henry of Windsor
Henry was born at Windsor Castle
Henry VI
   was known as   
The Boy King
A sobriquet more often applied to Edward the VI. Henry ascended the throne on the death of his father when he was aged 8months and was crowned at age seven. Henry's one lasting achievement was his fostering of education; he founded both Eton College and King's College, Cambridge.
King's College, Cambridge
   was founded by   
King Henry VI
Founded in 1441 with the formal name "The King's College of Our Lady and St. Nicholas in Cambridge". it is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge.
1536
      
Henry VIII Became Head of the Church of Ireland
The Irish parliament made Henry VIII head of the Church of Ireland. However the Reformation makes little progress in Ireland. The vast majority of the Irish remain Catholic.
Sir Humphrey Stafford
   is a character in   
Henry VI, Part II
Brother to William Stafford
Bolingbroke
   is a character in   
Henry VI, Part II
A Conjurer
Alexander Iden
   is a character in   
Henry VI, Part II
A Kentish Gentleman
1509-1547
   was the reign of   
Henry VIII
William Shakespeare
   wrote   
Henry VIII
Margaret Jourdain
   is a character in   
Henry VI, Part II
A Witch
Henry VIII of England
   had the sobriquet   
Old Coppernose
Henry VIII
   was known as   
Old Coppernose
By 1544 Henry was running short of money, thanks partially to his own extravagant lifestyle and expenditure. Henry's solution was to lower the fineness of the third coinage (1544–47) to only 1/3 silver and 2/3 copper. This was understandably not popular with the people, and resulted in Henry acquiring the nickname "Old Coppernose" as the silver rubbed off the high-relief part of the coin design.
Herman's Hermits
   released the single   
I'm Henry VIII, I Am
1965; one week as #1 on the Billboard Hot 100
Commons
   is a character in   
Henry VI, Part II
Anne of Cleves, Catherine Howard, Jane Seymour, Catherine Parr
   are all   
Wives of King Henry VIII
And of course also Anne Boleyn
Winchester
   is a character in   
Henry VI, Part II
Henry Beaufort, Great-uncle to Henry V, Bishop of Winchster, and Later Cardinal
Lord Clifford
   is a character in   
Henry VI, Part III
William Shakespeare
   wrote   
Henry VI, Part I, II & III
Anne Bullen
   is a character in   
Henry VIII
Katharine's Maid of Honor, Afterwards Queen
Charles Laughton
   for his role in   
The Private Life Of Henry VIII (1933)
In the 1928 play "Alibi" he became the first actor to play detective Hercule Poirot. In a memoir written after his death, Laughton's widow stated they never had children because he was homosexual.
The Six Wifes of Henry VIII (1970)
   starred   
Keith Mitchell, Annette Crosbie and Dorothy Tutin
Director: Naomi Capon & John Glenister. Also starred Anne Stallybrass, Elvi Hale & Angela Pleasence. Won Primetime Emmy
Marquess of Montague
   is a character in   
Henry VI, Part III
Cromwell
   is a character in   
Henry VIII
Servant to Wolsey
Queen Katharine
   is a character in   
Henry VIII
Wife to King Henry, Afterwards Divorced
Lord Clifford
   is a character in   
Henry VI, Part II
George Bevis
   is a character in   
Henry VI, Part II
A Follower of Cade
Luther, Zwingli, Calvin, Knox, Henry VIII
   are all   
Leaders of the Protestant Reformation
Henry VI, Part III
   begins   
"I Wonder How the King Escaped Our Hands."
Archbishop Cranmer
   is a character in   
Henry VIII
Archbishop of Canterbury
Henry VIII
   is featured in the biography   
The Mask of Royalty
Lacey Baldwin Smith, 1973
Henry VIII
   was born on   
June 28, 1491
King of England
Henry VIII
   was known as   
Bluff Hal
On account of his bluff and
Henry VI, Part II
   is a   
Historical Play
Henry VIII
   is a   
Historical Play
Lord Hastings
   is a character in   
Henry VI, Part III
Richard Plantagenet the Younger
   is a character in   
Henry VI, Part II
Henry VI, Part I
   is a   
Historical Play
Antonia Fraser
   wrote   
The Wives of Henry VIII
Simpcox's Wife
   is a character in   
Henry VI, Part II
Alexander Korda
   directed   
The Private Life of Henry VIII (1933)
Henry VIII and His Six Wives (1972)
   is a film about   
Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn
Portrayed by Keith Michell and Charlotte Rampling
1485-1509
   was the reign of   
Henry VII
Henry VI, Part III
   is a   
Historical Play
Father John Hume
   is a character in   
Henry VI, Part II
A Priest
Walter Whitmore
   is a character in   
Henry VI, Part II
King Lewis XI
   is a character in   
Henry VI, Part III
King of France






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