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Who was kathrine parr?

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Katherine Parr was intelligent and passionate about the new Protestant faith. She often entertained her husband, Henry VIII with religious conversations, which resulted in creating powerful enemies at court. At one point she was one inch from death.

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Katherine Parr was Henry VIIIs sixth and last wife, she outlived him.

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there was Jane Seymour who had edward, catherine of aragon? they had Mary, anne of cleaves, anne boylen who had elizabeth, catherine howard, and catherine parr. :) In order, he married Catherine (or Catalina or Katherine) of Aragon, and they had Mary Tudor (Eventually Mary I, "Bloody Mary"). Next, he married Anne Boleyn and they had Elizabeth (eventually Elizabeth I, "The Virgin Queen"). His 3d wife was Jane Seymour, and they had Edward (eventually Edward VI, "The Boy King). 4th was Anne of Cleves, then Katherine (or Catherine) Howard, and then the wife who outlived him- Catherine Parr. None of his last 3 wives produced any living children.


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How did kathrine parr die?

puerpeal sepsis


Who was Kathrine Parrs mum?

kathrine parrs mom was called mrs parr of course


Why did Henry viii marry kathrine parr?

because he wanted a son to carry on the carnation of the family and to be king after king edward the first


What number wife was kathrine parr?

She was the 6th wife, she married on the 12 July 1543, she was made a widow on the 28 January 1547.


Why did Henry marry marry Kathrine Parr?

because he wanted a son to carry on the carnation of the family and to be king after king edward the first


How man wives did Henry VIII have?

He had 6 wives.. Catherine of Aragon Anne Boylen Jane Seymore Anne of Cleves Katherine Howard Kathrine Parr


Where was kathrine parr born?

Catherine Parr, also spelled Katherine, was the sixth wife of Henry VIII. She was born in a section of central London called Blackfriars in 1512. She was the Queen consort of England and Ireland from July 12, 1543 to January 28, 1547.


Did Henry the 8 have a family and what were their names?

He married: (in order) Katherine of Aragon Anne Bolyen Jane Seymor Anne of Cleves Katherine Howard Kathrine Parr his children: Edward Tudor Elizebeth Tudor Mary Tudor.


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