Yahoo Web Search

  1. About 128,000 search results

  1. Signature. Catherine of Aragon (also spelt as Katherine, Spanish: Catalina; 16 December 1485 – 7 January 1536) was Queen of England as the first wife of King Henry VIII from their marriage on 11 June 1509 until their annulment on 23 May 1533. Born in Spain, she was Princess of Wales while married to Henry's elder brother, Arthur, Prince of ...

  2. May 5, 2019 · And although Catherine's life had been a somewhat tragic one, she appeared to die peacefully on January 7, 1536 at the age of 50, per That said, her cause of death is up for dispute ...

  3. Jan 7, 2011 · Posted By Claire on January 7, 2011. On this day in history, 7th January 1536, at two o’clock in the afternoon, Catherine of Aragon died at Kimbolton Castle. She had been ill for a few months but felt worse after drinking a draught of Welsh beer in December 1535 and this, combined with the embalmer’s report that all of her organs were ...

  4. Oct 14, 2020 · (Years after Catherine’s death, her beloved daughter, Mary I, followed in her mother’s footsteps by rallying troops to her cause and seizing the throne from those who had sought to thwart her.)

    • Meilan Solly
  5. Jan 7, 2015 · Moore discussed this in "The Death of Catherine of Aragon", The Athenaeum, 1885. Although the chandler's findings meant that Catherine's loyal supporters could spread rumours of poison and murder, modern medical experts do not believe that the findings support this idea at all. Catherine died of natural causes, of cancer.

  6. Jul 20, 2021 · King Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon were devastated by the death of their son. The baby had a state funeral, which was attended by mourners wearing black. Henry, the Duke of Cornwall, was buried at Westminster Abbey. According to Find a Grave, the exact location of young Henry's grave wasn't recorded.

  1. People also search for