03 June 1535 - Sir Thomas More appears for a third interrogation in the Tower of London by Thomas Cromwell,Thomas Boleyn, Thomas Audley, and the Duke of Suffolk . He is asked to give an oath to the supremacy of Henry as head of the Church of England, but he remains silent.
7 May 1535- Sir Thomas More meets with Cromwell and four others in a room at the Tower. He was told that Henry VIII demanded his opinion on the recently enacted Act of Supremacy. More said that he refused to "meddle" in such affairs. Although told that the king would be merciful if he consented to the Act, More says that his whole concern now is for his living the best possible Christian life.
11 May 1536-Sir Henry Wyatt to Cromwell. Received his letter on the 10th, and thanks him for the comfortable articles therein touching his son Thomas and himself. Asks Cromwell when it shall be the King's pleasure to deliver him, to show him "that this punishment that he hath for this matter is more for the displeasure that he hath done to God otherwise," and to admonish him to fly vice and serve God better. Alington, 11 May.
12 June 1540 – Thomas Cromwell wrote to King Henry VIII from the Tower of London, asking for mercy and pleading his innocence. Prostrate at your Majesty's feet, I have ....http://tudorworld.eklablog.com/today-in-tudor-history-a108234008