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  1. Arthur, Prince of Wales (19/20 September 1486 – 2 April 1502), was the eldest son of King Henry VII of England and Elizabeth of York, and an older brother to the future King Henry VIII. He was Duke of Cornwall from birth, and he was created Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester in 1489.

  2. May 24, 2022 · Catherine recovered from the illness; Arthur died of it on April 2, 1502 after a mere five months of marriage. The east window at St Margaret’s Church in Westminster was originally created to ...

  3. Feb 25, 2021 · 19 September 1486 | Arthur, first son of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York, is born in Winchester. He is named after the legendary king who is much in vogue through the writings of Geoffrey of Monmouth. 28 November 1489 | A sister, Margaret 'Meg' Tudor, is born to Arthur.

  4. ARTHUR TUDOR, PRINCE OF WALES BORN: 19 or 20 SEPTEMBER 1486 DIED: 2 APRIL 1502 Arthur Tudor, Prince of Wales on September 19 or 20, 1486, just 13 months after Henry VII won the throne. Arthur’s parents, Henry VII and Elizabeth of York were married in January of 1486, uniting the houses of Lancaster and York, the rivals of the Wars of the Roses.

  5. Arthur, Prince of Wales. Arthur Tudor (19 or 20 September 1486 - 2 April 1502) was the oldest son of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York. As the oldest son, Arthur was to be King of England after the death of his father. In 1501, he married Catherine of Aragon, a princess from Spain. He died a few months later.

  6. Arthur, Prince of Wales Title Prince of Wales Born 20 September 1486 Place of Birth St Swithun's Priory, Winchester Died 2 April 1502 Place of Death Ludlow Castle Cause of Death Unknown Spouse/s. Katharine of Aragon Siblings. Margaret, Queen of Scots Henry VIII Elizabeth Tudor Mary, Queen of France

  7. On the 29th November 1489, Arthur was made a Knight of the Bath and on the 30th November was created Prince of Wales. On that same day, his baby sister, who had been born the night before, was baptised and named Margaret, after her grandmother and godmother, Lady Margaret Beaufort.

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