Jane Seymour, third queen of Henry VIII

Standard Name: Jane Seymour,, third queen of Henry VIII


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Family and Intimate relationships Queen Elizabeth I
Elizabeth's younger half-brother, Edward , son of Jane Seymour , shared her upbringing and her Protestantism.
Occupation Elizabeth Oxenbridge, Lady Tyrwhit
By 1537 (the year after the divorced Catherine of Aragon died) Elizabeth Oxenbridge (later Lady Tyrwhit) held a position at Court as gentlewoman of the privy chamber.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. http://www.oxforddnb.com/.
She was to acquire greater importance at Court...
Textual Features Hilary Mantel
This novel begins as Henry VIII is already thinking about marrying Jane Seymour , and ends at a moment when it seems that Cromwell is triumphant over his enemies (including his former ally Anne Boleyn


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