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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Arthur Tudor: Birth: 20 SEP 1486. Death: 1502

  2. Margaret Tudor: Birth: 28 NOV 1489. Death: 1541

  3. Henry VIII Tudor: Birth: 28 JUN 1491 in Placentia Palace, Greenwich, England. Death: 28 JAN 1547

  4. Elizabeth Tudor: Birth: 2 JUL 1492. Death: 1495

  5. Mary Tudor: Birth: 18 MAR 1496. Death: 24 JUN 1533

  6. Edmund- Edmond Tudor: Birth: 21 FEB 1499. Death: 1500

  7. Catherine- Katherine Tudor: Birth: 2 FEB 1503.

  8. Person Not Viewable

  9. Person Not Viewable


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. FNU ap Harry: Birth: AFT MAR 1486.


Sources
1. Title:   The Plantagenet Encyclopedia
Text:   p. 96
Author:   Eliz. Hallam, Ed.
Publication:   CLB Publishing, Godalming, Surrey, Eng.
2. Title:   The Plantagenet Encyclopedia
Text:   YEAR only
Author:   Eliz. Hallam, Ed.
Publication:   CLB Publishing, Godalming, Surrey, Eng.
3. Title:   Pembroke Castle, birthplace of the Tudor dynasty
Text:   p.23
Author:   By Robert Innes-Smith
Publication:   The Pilgrim Press, Ltd
4. Title:   Caerphilly Castle
Text:   p. 21 YEAR of death only
Author:   by Derek Renn, CBE, PhD, FSA
Publication:   published by Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments
5. Title:   The Plantagenet Encyclopedia
Text:   p. 96 YEAR only
Author:   Eliz. Hallam, Ed.
Publication:   CLB Publishing, Godalming, Surrey, Eng.
6. Title:   Henry VIII & His Six Wives
Text:   p. 5 says 22nd of Apr. 1509
Author:   by John Guy
Publication:   ticktock Publishing Ltd., Hadlow, Kent, Great Britain
7. Title:   Enter the (red) dragon
Text:   1485 + 2 = 1487
Author:   Dalton, Pamela
Publication:   pub. by the British Tourist Authority

Notes
a. Note:   Raised at Pembroke Castle by uncle Jasper. His mother livedthere, too.
b. Note:   Established a personal guard of 200 men dressed in red, thebeginnings of the "Beefeaters" of the Tower of London.
c. Note:   Fiscally astute, he put the British crown in a position offinancial strength & security through clever taxation & currencylaws, reacquisition of crown lands, criminalization ofsubordinates' private armies, and frequent audits of income &expenses. Sometimes today incorrectly known as a miser, he wasin fact just careful, spending lavishly when he deemedappropriate, cautiously at other times, but always knowingexactly where he stood.


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