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Catherine of Aragon, (bn. 1485) daughter of Ferdinand V of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile.  She first married Arthur Tudor, Prince of Wales in 1501 but his death a year later left her a widow, in 1509 she married Henry VIII.  She bore several children but only Mary I survived into adulthood.  Henry VIII annulled their marriage in 1533 in order to marry Anne Boleyn.  Katherine died in 1536 probably of cancer.

Catherine of Aragon, (bn. 1485) daughter of Ferdinand V of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile. She first married Arthur Tudor, Prince of Wales in 1501 but his death a year later left her a widow, in 1509 she married Henry VIII. She bore several children but only Mary I survived into adulthood. Henry VIII annulled their marriage in 1533 in order to marry Anne Boleyn. Katherine died in 1536 probably of cancer.

House of Tudor 1485 - 1603 family tree. To complete Henry VIII family tree SOTW sheet for Ch. 34b. WEEK 28

House of Tudor 1485 - 1603 family tree. To complete Henry VIII family tree SOTW sheet for Ch. 34b. WEEK 28

Catherine Howard (1523-1542) was Queen of England & the 5th wife of King Henry VIII. They married in 1540 almost immediately after the annulment of his marriage to Anne of Cleves. However Catherine Howard 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 Howard (c. 1518–1524), Queen of England and fifth wife of Henry VIII.

Catherine Howard (1523-1542) was Queen of England & the 5th wife of King Henry VIII. They married in 1540 almost immediately after the annulment of his marriage to Anne of Cleves. However Catherine Howard was beheaded after less than two years of marriage to Henry on the grounds of treason for committing adultery while married to the King.

Said to be Queen Mary I, Daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon | by lisby1

Said to be Queen Mary I, Daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon | by lisby1

Henry VIII and Katherine of Aragon's annulment This is the sentence of Thomas Cranmer’s court at Dunstable in the proceedings of Henry and Katherine’s marriage in 1533. It decreed that Henry and Katherine had never been lawfully married paving the way for a marriage between Henry and Anne (who was already pregnant with the future Elizabeth I and who had already married Henry, perhaps as early as November 1532). Mary, Henry and Katherine’s daughter, was not specifically deemed as illegit...

Henry VIII and Katherine of Aragon's annulment This is the sentence of Thomas Cranmer’s court at Dunstable in the proceedings of Henry and Katherine’s marriage in 1533. It decreed that Henry and Katherine had never been lawfully married paving the way for a marriage between Henry and Anne (who was already pregnant with the future Elizabeth I and who had already married Henry, perhaps as early as November 1532). Mary, Henry and Katherine’s daughter, was not specifically deemed as illegit...

Portrait of King Henry VIII (1491-1547) circa 1535. It was most probably painted whilst the King was still married to Anne Boleyn.

Portrait of King Henry VIII (1491-1547) circa 1535. It was most probably painted whilst the King was still married to Anne Boleyn.

Catherine Carey, daughter of Mary Boleyn, niece of Anne Boleyn, possible daughter of Henry VIII

1562 Portrait of a Woman, probably Catherine Carey, Lady Knollys by Steven van der Meulen, active Netherlandish, active in Britain (from naturalized 1562 Yale Center for British Art

Catherine Parr (Katherine, Kateryn, Katheryne or Kathrine); 1512[1] – 5 September 1548) was Queen consort of England and Ireland and the last of the six wives of King Henry VIII of England. She married Henry VIII on 12 July 1543. She was the fourth commoner Henry had taken as his consort, and outlived him. She was also the most-married English queen, as she had a total of four husbands.

Catherine Parr (Katherine, Kateryn, Katheryne or Kathrine); 1512[1] – 5 September 1548) was Queen consort of England and Ireland and the last of the six wives of King Henry VIII of England. She married Henry VIII on 12 July 1543. She was the fourth commoner Henry had taken as his consort, and outlived him. She was also the most-married English queen, as she had a total of four husbands.