Henry Tudor

Henry Tudor may refer to:

  • Henry VII of England, d.1509
  • Henry VIII of England, d.1547
  • Henry, Duke of Cornwall, son of Henry VIII, d.1511
  • Henry Fitzroy, Duke of Richmond and Somerset, son of Henry VIII and his mistress Elizabeth Blount
  • Henry Hugh Tudor (died 1965), British army Major General

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Henry Wyatt (courtier) - Early Life To 1485
... A younger son of a Yorkshire family, little is known of Henry Wyatt before he adopted the cause of Henry Tudor, later to become king Henry VII ... myths and assumptions have been woven around his privations in prison as a supporter of the Tudor party’s opposition to Richard III in the years 1483-85, and are still to be ... The aim was to play up the glory days of Henry’s adherence to the Tudor cause, describing him inter alia as ‘his Country’s martyr’ ...
Thomas Grey, 1st Marquess Of Dorset - Career
... When the rebellion failed he fled to Brittany to join Henry Tudor, the future Henry VII, who pledged to marry Grey's half-sister Elizabeth and heal the Yorkist/Lancastrian division ... However, just before Henry's successful invasion of England in August 1485, Grey learned his mother had come to terms with Richard III, and was persuaded to desert Henry ... Grey was instead left at Paris, as security for the repayment of a loan made to Henry Tudor by the French government, unable to return home until Henry VII was safely installed as ...
Lewys Glyn Cothi - Life
... Lewys was a supporter of Jasper Tudor, the Earl of Pembroke, and later of Henry Tudor ... Yorkist city for making a verse prophecy that Henry Tudor would become king ... One of his last poems is addressed to Henry Tudor after the latter had been crowned as King Henry VII ...
Thomas Stanley, 1st Earl Of Derby - The Battle of Bosworth
... The Stanleys had been communicating with the exiled Henry Tudor for some time and Tudor's strategy of landing in Wales and heading east into central England depended on the acquiescence of Sir William Stanley ... However, once it was clear that Tudor was marching unopposed through Wales, Richard ordered Lord Stanley to join him without delay ... he and his uncle, Sir William Stanley, had conspired with Henry Tudor ...