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CATHERINE HOWARD // "The rose without a thorn", - Henry VIII about a 15-year old Catherine / "She was too much a child to deny herself any sweet thing she wanted", by Anne of Cleves when she heard about Howard's relations with Culpepper. // Murdered at the age of 19.

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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

Catherine Howard (c. 1518–1524 – 13 February 1542), also spelled Katherine, Katheryn or Kathryn, was the fifth wife of Henry VIII of England, and sometimes known by his reference to her as his "rose without a thorn". However, she was beheaded after less than two years of marriage to Henry on the grounds of treason for committing adultery while married to the King. Catherine was the third of Henry's consorts to have been a commoner.

The Executions of Thomas Culpepper and Francis Dereham: The Lovers of Katherine Howard

CATHERINE HOWARD - Portrait miniature by Hans Holbein the Younger. The portrait, believed to be Catherine Howard, has been persuasively identified through the jewels on her dress, which match those in her inventory.

Letter from Catherine Howard 1541

THE TUTORS -"Yours as long as life endures." This is the only surviving letter from Katherine Howard, Henry VIII's fifth wife. She wrote this ill-advised letter to Thomas Culpepper, a gentleman of her husband's Privy Chamber.

Catherine Howard (abt 1520-1525-1542), also spelled Katherine or Katheryn.  She was the fifth wife of    Henry VIII of England, and sometimes   known by his reference to her as his  "rose  without a thorn".   She was a first cousin of the King's second wife, Anne Boleyn.

Being Bess: Death Could Not Separate Them: How Elizabeth I Connected to Her Deceased Mother

Catherine and Culpepper - The Tudors

Catherine and Culpepper - The Tudors

Catherine Howard's Letter to Thomas Culpepper :  'For I never longed so muche for [a] thynge as I do to se you and to speke wyth you, the wyche I trust shal be shortely now, the wyche dothe comforthe me verie much whan I thynk of ett and wan I thynke agan that you shall departe from me agayne ytt makes my harte to dye to thynke what fortune I have that I cannot be always yn your company'... Catherine was married to Henry VIII. Both the sender and the recipient of this letter were beheaded.

The letter written by kathryn howard to thomas culpepper that was part of the evidence against her in her downfall. Kathryn was young, naive, and thrown into a situation which she was completely unprepared for.

On December 10th, 1541, Thomas Culpepper and Francis Dereham were executed for having affairs with Catherine Howard.

On December 10th, 1541, Thomas Culpepper and Francis Dereham were executed for having affairs with Catherine Howard.

Katherine Howard: 5th wife of Henry VIII, was beheaded at the age of 21. After only eight months of being married to Henry, Catherine had already taken Thomas Culpepper as her lover. Their relationship would end tragically. Legend has it that Catherine's last words were: "I die a queen, but would rather die the wife of Culpepper."

(supposed likeness) Henry called Catherine Howard his "Rose Without a Thorn"…

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