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  1. Mar 30, 2021 · 1454 – 1486 – Cardinal Thomas Bourchier (1411 – 1486) Thomas Bourchier was born around 1411, the son of William Bourchier and Anne of Gloucester. He was the great-grandson of King Edward III through his mother’s line. He was appointed Archbishop of Canterbury in April 1454 following the death of incumbent, John Kemp.

  2. Henry VIII, King of England, b. June 28, 1491; d. January 28, 1547. He was the second son and third child of his father, Henry VII. His elder brother Arthur died in April, 1502, and consequently Henry became heir to the throne when he was not yet quite eleven years old. It has been asserted that Henry’s interest in theological questions was ...

  3. Oct 06, 2021 · After being made Archbishop of Canterbury in October 1532 by Henry VIII, on the advice of his patron, Anne Boleyn, it was Cranmer who settled Henry’s “Great Matter”. He immediately began dissolving Henry and Catherine of Aragon’s marriage and declared it annulled in May 1533.

  4. Thomas Cranmer – Archbishop of Canterbury; replaces Wolsey as Henry's chief adviser Stephen Gardiner – close ally of Wolsey; King's secretary; later Bishop of Winchester Lord Chamberlain– historically, the play covers a period in which the position was held by both Somerset and Lord Sands, but the play presents the character as one ...

  5. The king, after receiving news that Anne is in labor, summons Cranmer, assures him of royal support, and gives him a ring to show the Privy Council if need be. The king is then told of the birth of his daughter. Scene 1. Enter Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester, a Page with a. torch before him, met by Sir Thomas Lovell.

  6. Henry takes the responsibility himself, and then becomes perturbed at what he sees as the cardinals’ delay in resolving his case. Scene 4. Trumpets, sennet, and cornets. Enter two Vergers, with. short silver wands; next them, two Scribes, in the habit of. doctors; after them, the Bishop of Canterbury alone; after.

  7. Thomas Wolsey (1473–1530), Lord High Chancellor of England (1515–1529), Archbishop of York (1514–1530), cardinal (1515), the King's chief adviser. The 1516 death of Ferdinand II of Aragon, Henry VIII's father-in-law and England's closest ally, was a further blow. Ferdinand was succeeded by Charles V, who immediately proposed peace with ...

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