Henry Tudor

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first Tudor king of England from 1485 to 1509


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Both music fans of long standing - it was at the Rum Runner that Duran Duran first got started - the Jenkins' bought Henry Tudor House in October 2011 when, in Graham's words, it was 'an old skanky pub.
If the Earl of Derby's defection on the battlefield had not handed the kingdom to Henry Tudor - who nonetheless married Richard's niece afterwards so as to shore up his own less secure claim to the throne - Richard III might be remembered for bringing the Wars of the Roses to their end and ushering in an era of stable government.
Richard of York seized the throne, only to lose it on Bosworth Field against Welsh-born Henry Tudor, who became Henry VII, effectively ending the War of the Roses which had started in 1455.
The reason he kept getting out of jail is because he was the illegitimate grandson of Henry Tudor.
These include Henry Tudor at Raglan Castle, Lord Rhys at Cardigan Castle and Owain Glyndwr at the parliament building in Machynlleth.
We hope We hope T to find people who live in Wales and are part of the ancestry of Henry Tudor.
Elizabeth's adversary is the damaged, highly religious Lancastrian Margaret Beaufort (Amanda Hale) who is desperate to see her young son Henry Tudor take the throne.
History, therefore, has been kind to Henry Tudor, who defeated Richard III at Bosworth.
Roses, with Lancastrian opponent Henry Tudor installed on the throne as Henry VII.
For decades the Wars were largely political before erupting into 30 years of armed conflict culminating in the Battle of Bosworth in 1485 when Richard III was killed and Henry Tudor became Henry VII.
Events manager Karen Pike said: "The Wars Of The Roses saw the houses of Lancaster and York engage in a number of skirmishes around the country as Richard III sought to hang onto his throne in the face of opposition from Henry Tudor and his allies.
As a result, the 76-year-old discovered that Katheryn was likely the great-granddaughter of Henry Tudor (Henry VII), English king from 1485 to 1509, through Henry VII's alleged illegitimate son, Sir Roland de Velville - the result of a wedlock-free tryst with an unknown Breton woman.
Some of the Unionist contributors to the Daily Post letters page are obviously unaware of the tyranny carried out by Edward Long Shanks and Henry Tudor and should consider reading When Was Wales by Gwyn Williams and A People's History of England by AL Morton, they may well then question their loyalty to the monarchy and the piffle the established order refer to as a democracy which is nothing more than an elected dictatorship.
1485: The Battle of Bosworth Field was fought in Leicestershire, and Richard III was butchered as he vainly tried to reach the usurper, Henry Tudor.