Once upon a time, the Tudors came to the English throne. Henry VII was the first Tudor King of England and Lord of Ireland from 22 August 1485, when his military troops decisively defeated Richard III’s army at the Battle of Bosworth. He ruled until his death on 21 April 1509. Prince Arthur, his oldest son, died suddenly on 2 April 1502 at the age of 15. As a result, his second son succeeded him. That sun was Henry VIII. born on 28th June 1491, he reigned from 21 April 1509 until his death on 28 January 1547.
Henry VIII is Will remembered for his six wives and for founding the Church of England, or Anglican Church. however, not all genealogists with English ancestry understand the importance of his womanizing and its impact on their quest for important personal records of their antecedents.
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