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1.2 The Royal House of Tudor and McKinnon Relationship

Journal by Harney

1.o A Brief Overview of McKinnon Royal Ancestry
1.1 The Royal House of Stewart or Stuart Relation to McKinnon's
1.1 See Generation 5

The Royal House of TUDOR begins with Henry VII King of England, a Welshman who seized power after "The War of Roses"

Generation 1
Henry TUDOR VII King of England born Jan 28 1457 in Pembroke, Pembrokshire, Wales and died Apr 21 1509 in Richmond Palace, Richmond,
Surrey, England and married to Elizabeth of York PLANTAGENET born Feb 11 1466 in Westminster London England and died Feb 11 1503 in London, London England. Issue of Henry and Elizabeth were seven Children. Of note are two children, Margaret, a relative of the Royal Stewart's, (see 1.1 Generation 5 for details) and Henry VIII, perhaps the most famous English monarch of all time. Henry VIII TUDOR King of England born Jun 28 1491 in Greenwich, London, England and died Jan 28 1547 in Westminster, Middlesex, England. Henry had six wives and at least two mistresses. The dissolution or divorce, if you prefer, of Catherine of ARAGON by Henry created "The Church of England" and a power struggle between Catholic's and Protestant's which lasted for generations. Not until the English civil wars ending in 1651 was their resolution with a "Constitutional Monarchy" which required Protestant monarch's.

Generation 2
Henry TUDOR VIII King of England b Jun 28 1491 in Greenwich, London, England and d Jan 28 1547 in Westminster, Middlesex, England had
six wives and two mistresses addressed as follows:
1. Catherine of ARAGON b Dec 15 1485 in Alcal'a de Henares, Madrid, Madrid, Spain and d Jan 7 1536 in Kimbolton Castle, Huntingdonshire, England. Henry and Catherine had seven children including Mary TUDOR I Queen of England, often referred to as "Bloody Mary" b Feb 18 1516 in Palace of Placentia, Greenwich, London, England and d Nov 17 1588 in St.James Palace, London, England.
2. Anne BOLEYN b May 1500 in Blicking Hall, Norfolk, England and d May 19 1536 in Tower of London, London, England. Purportedly Henry had Anne beheaded for sexual relations with her brother while married to Henry. Some historians believe she was executed so Henry could marry Jane SEYMOUR. Issue of Henry and Anne was three children including Queen Elizabeth TUDOR I, probably England's most famous Queen b Sep 7 1533 in Greenwich, London, England and d Mar 23 1603 in Richmond. Surrey, England. Elizabeth is often referred to as the "Virgin Queen" probably untrue, but she never married. Elizabeth(a Protestant) had her Catholic cousin, Mary Queen of Scots executed due to evidence Mary planned to overthrow Elizabeth. In any event, Mary had the last say, since her son James I of England (a Protestant) succeeded Elizabeth, and ended the Tudor monarchy.
3. Jane SEYMOUR b 1509 in Savernake, Wilshire England and d Oct 24 1537 in Richmond, Yorkshire, England. Issue of Henry and Jane was Edward TUDOR VI King of England b Oct 12 1537 in Hampton Court, Middlesex, England and d Jul 6 1553 Greenwich, London, England.
4.Ann CLEVES b Sep 22 1515 in Cleves, Kleve, Nordhein-Westfalen, Germany and d Jul 17 1557 in Chelsea, Middlesex, England without issue.
5. Catherine HOWARD b 1512 in Lambeth, London, England and d Feb 13 1542 in Tower of London, London, England with no issue. Henry had Catherine executed for "High Treason" and sexual infidelities while married to Henry.
6. Katherine PARR b 1512 in Kendal Castle, Westmoreland, England and d Sep 5 1548 in Castle, McPherson, England with no issue.
7. The two mistresses with issue were:
7.1 Elizabeth BLOUNT with son Henry FITZROY 1st Duke of Richmond and Somerset
7.2 Mary BOLEYN (sister of Anne) with issue of Catherine CAREY,(Lady Knolly) and Henrey CAREY (Baron Hunsdon)

Generation 3.0
Edward TUDOR VI King of England (Child of Henry VIII and Jane SEYMOUR) b Oct 12 1537 in Hampton Court, Middlesex, England and d Jul 6 1553 in Greenwich, London, England. He was sixteen at death and unmarried.

Generation 3.1
Queen Lady Jane GREY "Queen for Nine Days" is the great granddaughter of Henry VII. The genealogy goes thusly, Henry VII and Elizabeth of York issued a daughter Mary, married to Charles BRANDON and their offspring included a daughter named Frances BRANDON married to the 1st Duke of Suffolk Henry GREY and finally Queen Lady Jane GREY b Oct 1537 in Bradgate, Leisestershire, England and d Feb 12 1554 in The Tower Of London married to Guilford DUDLEY b 1536 in Healton, Northumberland England d Feb 12 1554 in The Tower of London. By all accounts they were a beautiful couple. Jane was well educated and a committed Protestant. This was a time when the Catholic and Protestant fever was at its highest. Noble Protestants placed Jane on the Throne and Catholic nobles arrested Jane and Guilford and tried and convicted them of "High Treason" and had them beheaded. This enabled the Catholics to place Mary Tudor I on the throne.

3.2 Queen Mary I TUDOR (Bloody Mary) b Feb 18 1516 in The Palace of Placentia, Greenwich, London, England and d Nov 17 1558 in St. James Palace, London England. Daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of ARAGON. Mary was unmarried without issue.

3.3 Queen Elizabeth I of England TUDOR, the last of the TUDOR monarchs called the "Virgin Queen" b Feb 18 1516 Greenwich, London, England and d Mar 23 1603 in Richmond, Surrey, England. Daughter of Henry VIII and Anne BOLEYN.

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