Mary Tudor (18 March 1496-June 1533)

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Father:1Henry VII (28 January 1457-21 April 1509), King of England
Mother:2Elizabeth of York (11 February 1466-11 February 1503)
Spouses and relationship events
Married:39 October 1514Louis XII (-), King of FranceAbbeville [municipality], Somme [district], Picardy [county], France [country]
Marriage-contract dated London 7 August 1514. They were married by proxy in Greyfriars Church, Greenwich Palace, 13 August 1514, and again by proxy in the Church of the Celestines, Paris, 2 September 1514. Additional marriage-contract dated 14 September 1514.
Married:413 May 1515Charles Brandon (1484-22 August 1545), Duke of SuffolkGreyfriars Church (Palace of Placentia (Greenwich) [building], Greenwich [Unknown/Unspecified], Greenwich [municipality], Greater London [county], England [country], United Kingdom [country])
They had previously married in secret at the Chapel in the Palais de Cluny, Paris, in February 1515 and 31 March 1515.
Children with Charles Brandon:
Henry Brandon (11 March 1516-1 March 1534), Earl of Lincoln5
Frances Brandon (16 July 1517-21 November 1559)6
Eleanor Brandon (1519/20-27 September 1547)7
Born:818 March 1496
either at Richmon Palace or in the Palace of Westminster.
Died:9June 1533Westhorpe Hall [building], Westhorpe [Unknown/Unspecified], Suffolk [county], England [country], United Kingdom [country]
Buried:1022 July 1533Abbey Church (Bury St Edmunds [city/town], Suffolk [county], England [country], United Kingdom [country])
Personal Info


1 Charles Cawley, Medieval Lands - version 4 ( : ), England, Kings 1066-1837.
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