MARY I, “BLOODY MARY”, daughter of Henry VIII & Catherine of Aragon (1516–1558) ~ (1st cousin 14x removed)

Sometimes during the research of my family tree, I find that one ancestor (Queen Mary I, aka “Bloody Mary”) was responsible for another ancestor’s death (John Rogers, “the Martyr”) who Mary had burned at the stake as he was a heretic. Mary burned a lot of people as she believed heretics should die by fire. …

ELIZABETH I, QUEEN OF ENGLAND ~ 1533-1603 ~ 1st cousin 14x removed

Elizabeth I Tudor, Queen of England, “The Virgin Queen, Gloriana, Good Queen Bess” (1st Cousin 14x removed) 1533–1603 BIRTH 7 SEPTEMBER 1533 • Greenwich, Royal Borough of Greenwich, Greater London, England DEATH 24 MARCH 1603 • Richmond, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, Greater London, England At some point, we’re all related to one another. Even if you don’t believe in …

JANE SEYMOUR ~ 3rd wife of Henry VIII ~ 1508-1537 ~ 12th Great-Great Aunt

Jane Seymour – Tudor Queen Consort of England, 3rd Wife of King Henry VIII, Tudor Dynasty (12th GG Aunt) 1508–1537 BIRTH OCT 1508 • Hampton-Court Palace, Richmond-Upon-Thames, Londen DEATH 24 OCT 1537 • Hampton Court, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, Greater London, England 12th great-grandaunt Jane Seymour From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia  (Redirected from Queen Jane Seymour)Jump to navigationJump to searchThis article …

HENRY VII, KING OF ENGLAND (15th GGF) ~ 28 January 1457 – 21 April 1509 ~ House of Tudor

While researching my family tree I discovered that sometimes cousins married one another. Some more distantly related than others, but often cousins marry and keep marrying through the generations. When climbing up the limbs of my family tree, on many branches I discovered the point where “my grandfather is my uncle is my cousin” and …