Bloody Mary History Timeline

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Bloody Mary History Timeline
The Tudors encompass one of the most fascinating periods in English History. One of the most famous Tudor women was Mary Tudor - commonly known as Bloody Mary. This Bloody Mary History Timeline details the major dates and events significant to life of Bloody Mary - Queen Mary Tudor of England. The Bloody Mary History Timeline details her date of birth, details of the dates of her marriage to King Phillip II of Spain. The life story of the Princess Mary who became Queen Mary I aka Bloody Mary of England. Dates of all of the major events and people who were important to Queen Mary Tudor, Bloody Mary, are detailed in the Bloody Mary History Timeline timeline. Facts and information about the life of Bloody Mary via her History Timeline.

Bloody Mary History Timeline
Interesting facts and information about the life of Bloody Mary via her History Timeline.

Bloody Mary History Timeline

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Timeline of Bloody Mary Key events

1509June 24 - Accession of King Henry VIII
June 11 - King Henry VIII marries Catherine of Aragon
1516Mary the daughter of King Henry VIII and Queen Catherine of Aragon was born in Greenwich. Mary later became Queen Mary I aka "Bloody Mary" (1516 - 1558)
1517The Protestant Reformation begins when Martin Luther nails his "95 Theses" against the Catholic practice of selling indulgences, on the church door at Wittenberg
1526March 4 1526 - Mary Boleyn gave birth to a son, called Henry - he was widely assumed to be the son of King Henry VIII although not acknowledged as such. King Henry VIII becomes totally obsessed Anne Boleyn with whom he falls madly in love
1532Anne Boleyn becomes pregnant
1533Thomas Cranmer, the Archbishop of Canterbury grants the annulment of the marriage between Catharine of Aragon and King Henry VIII - Mary Tudor was devastated by these terrible events in her life.
1533January 25th 1533 Henry marries Anne Boleyn and is excommunicated by Pope Clement VII
7 September 1533Elizabeth , the daughter of King Henry VIII and his second wife Anne Boleyn, is born on . She later becomes Queen Elizabeth I. The position of Mary Tudor is usurped by the new baby Princess
1533Queen Catherine of Aragon, mother of Mary Tudor, is given the title of the Princess Dowager of Wales (which she refused to acknowledge to the end of her life).
1534Henry VIII breaks with the Church in Rome and the Act of Supremacy is passed King Henry VIII the head of the Church of England.
15341534Catherine of Aragon was moved around different castles in England and separated from her daughter Mary, due to her obstinate refusal to accept the annulment of her marriage. Mary Tudor was not allowed to see her mother
1534In 1534 the Act of Supremacy was passed. King Henry VIII broke with the Catholic church in Rome and was declared supreme head of the Church of England
23 March 1534English Parliament passed the Act of Succession. Only the children of King Henry VIII's marriage to Anne Boleyn were deemed to be his lawful heirs.
1534The title of Princess Mary was reduced to the Lady Mary. And Bloody Mary Tudor was declared a bastard.
1536 January 7Catherine of Aragon, the mother of Bloody Mary dies at Kimbolton Castle
May 19th 1536 Queen Anne Boleyn is executed on Tower Hill
30th May 1536King Henry and Jane Seymour are married
1537

Jane Seymour dies after the premature birth of a son, the future King Edward VI

1537Princess Elizabeth and Princess Mary, the daughters of Henry VIII are both declared bastards
6 January 1540Mary Tudor then witnesses the political and disastrous marriage between her father and Anne of Cleves
1540The marriage between Anne of Cleves and Henry VIII is quickly annulled and Mary Tudor then witnesses the embarrassing and pathetic affair between her aging, obese father and the young and pretty Catherine Howard
1542 February 13th: The marriage between Catherine Howard ends in tragedy when Catherine Howard is also executed
12th July 1543King Henry VIII marries his last wife, Catherine Parr
28 January 1547The father of Mary Tudor, King Henry VIII dies and the young, half brother of Mary Tudor is proclaimed King Edward VI
6 July 1553The young King dies leaving the throne to 'the Lady Jane Grey and her heirs male' instead of the rightful heir - Mary Tudor
Monday 10th JulyLady Jane Grey Proclaimed Queen of England (Queen for just Nine Days)
19th July 1553 Lady Jane Grey was deposed as Queen and Mary Tudor, daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon, is finally proclaimed Queen of England
12th February 1554 Lady Jane Grey and her husband Guildford Dudley were executed at the Tower of London under the orders of Bloody Mary
1554

Protestant rebellion, led by Sir Thomas Wyatt the Younger

18 March 1554Princess Elizabeth was imprisoned in the Tower for eight weeks
19 May 1554Princess Elizabeth transfers from the Tower of London to Woodstock
1554 July 25Philip of Spain ( who would become King Phillip II of Spain) marries Queen Mary I ( Mary Tudor) of England. Mary was eleven years older than Philip
1554Shortly after their marriage Queen Mary I, Mary Tudor, announced she was pregnant but it was a phantom pregnancy
1554Queen Mary Tudor returns England to Roman Catholicism
1554Protestants are persecuted and 300 are burnt at the stake (in later times this leads to Queen Mary I, Mary Tudor, being called Bloody Mary)
1555Mary Tudor was besotted with Philip. At his request she reconciled, at the insistence of Philip, with her sister Princess Elizabeth and reluctantly accepted Elizabeth as heir to the throne
16 October 1555The Protestant churchmen Latimer and Ridley are burned at the stake
1555Mary Tudor is devastated when her husband, Philip II returns to Spain
1556 JanuaryPhillip the husband of Queen Mary Tudor is crowned King Phillip II of Spain
21 March 1556Thomas Cranmer, former Archbishop of Canterbury is burned at the stake
1556England under Mary Tudor loses Calais, the last English possession in France
10 Aug 1557Spanish and English troops in alliance defeated the French at the Battle of St. Quentin
17 November 1558 Queen Mary I dies on November 17, 1558 at St. James's Palace
14 December 1558Bloody Mary Tudor was interred in Westminster Abbey

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Bloody Mary History Timeline

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