Thomas Seymour, Baron Seymour of Sudeley, Catherine's fourth husband.
John II "The Babymaker", Duke of Cleves, Count of Mark, (German: "der Kindermacher") (1458–1521)
Louise de Lorraine, consort of Henri III of France.
Henry VII, 16th century copy of a lost original, unknown artist. This is my favorite portrait of Henry. Once more, we see the red rose, not yet merged with the white into the famous 'Tudor rose'.
The King of Scotland’s Peculiar Language Experiment
Of all the king’s intellectual interests, however, his love of language was perhaps the most significant—and he may have once sent two infants to live on an island with a deaf-mute woman just to see what would happen.
Georg Spalatin, 1509, Lucas Cranach the Elder, Saxony, Germany
Mary Tudor, later Queen Mary I. Daughter of Henry VIII and his first queen Catherine of Aragon. Born 1516 and died 1558. Married Phillip II of Spain in 1554. Known to history as "Bloody Mary" for her crimes against humanity during her reign, 1553-1558.
Elizabeth and Frances Brooke, born 1562 to William Brooke, Baron Cobham, and his wife Frances (nee Newton). Elizabeth married Robert Cecil, later Earl of Salisbury. The Brookes were distant cousins of the Boleyn family.
12 June 1567 – Death of Richard Rich, 1st Baron Rich.He was Lord Chancellor during the reign of King Edward VI of England from 1547 until January 1552.
Baron Jean Luc de Lacy. Human Nobleman (honorary Knight). Lawful Evil. Head of the de Lacy faction in Alegrae, baron of Bruges, the capitol. Obvious puppet master of King Henri VI.