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on Mon Apr 21, 2014 7:03 pm

Mary Tudor- Princess of England

Boleyn family:

Alice (Boleyn) Clere- was the sister of Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire, and the aunt of King Henry VIII's second Queen, Anne Boleyn. Alice married Sir Robert Clere and had three children with him John Clere, Richard Clere, Thomas Clere. In 1533, Alice and her sister, Anne Shelton were placed in charge of the household of the King's daughter, Princess Mary. Alice was also a senior member of Princess Elizabeth's household while she was living at Hatfield Palace in Hertfordshire.

Sir Robert Clere- was famous for his great wealth and served as High Sheriff of Norfolk in 1501.

John Clere - was an English politician and naval commander.  He was knighted in 1539 .  He served in the Royal Navy as captain of the ships Peter Longanarde (1545) and Swepestake (1546). He served in France as treasurer of the English army stationed there from November 1549 to April 1550. In 1556 he was appointed Vice-Admiral at Portsmouth. His first mission was to escort the abdicated Emperor Charles V to retirement in Spain, receiving a golden chain from him. His second assignment was to command an English naval expedition against Scotland; he was drowned in August 1557 in battle with a Scots fleet in the Orkney Islands .

Thomas Clere - was a successful poet at the court of Henry VIII. He is commemorated in several poems by Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, with whom he had a very close friendship.

Richard Clere - was High Sheriff of Norfolk

Anne ( Boleyn) Shelton- was the elder sister of Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire, and an aunt of his daughter, Queen Anne Boleyn, the second wife of King Henry VIII. She married Sir John Shelton. In 1533 she and her sister, Lady Alice Clere.

John Shelton- courtier, was, through marriage to Anne (Boleyn) Shelton, the uncle of King Henry VIII's second wife, Anne Boleyn, and controller of the joint household of the King's daughters, Mary and Elizabeth.


John Shelton
- was son of Sir John Shelton and his wife Anne, the sister of Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire, the father of King Henry VIII's second Queen consort, Anne Boleyn.

Ralph Shelton- was son of Sir John Shelton and his wife Anne, the sister of Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire, the father of King Henry VIII's second Queen consort, Anne Boleyn.

Thomas Shelton- was son of Sir John Shelton and his wife Anne, the sister of Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire, the father of King Henry VIII's second Queen consort, Anne Boleyn.

Mary Shelton-was a sister to Margaret Sheldon and cousin to Anne and Mary and George Boleyn. Also daughter of Sir John Shelton and his wife Anne, the sister of Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire, the father of King Henry VIII's second Queen consort, Anne Boleyn.


Anne Shelton- was sister to Margaret Shelton and daughter of Sir John Shelton and his wife Anne, the sister of Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire, the father of King Henry VIII's second Queen consort, Anne Boleyn.

John Boleyn- brother of Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire.

Anthony Boleyn- brother of Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire.

Jane Boleyn- sister of Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire

Alice Boleyn-sister of Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire

Margaret Boleyn-sister of Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire

William Boleyn-brother of Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire.

Anne Tempest- wife to Edward Boleyn

Elizabeth Wood- wife of James Boleyn and lady in waiting to Anne Boleyn

Catherine Carey-daughter of Sir William Carey and Lady Mary Boleyn


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Howard Family:

Jane Howard- was the daughter of Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, and Frances de Vere. Jane Howard married Charles Neville, 6th Earl of Westmorland, with whom she had a four daughters.

Margaret Neville
- daughter of Jane Howard and  Charles Neville.

Katherine Neville- daughter of Jane Howard and  Charles Neville.

Anne Neville
- daughter of Jane Howard and  Charles Neville.

Margaret Howard- was the daughter of Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, and Frances de Vere.

Sir George Howard- was an English courtier, politician, author and diplomat, and the brother of King Henry VIII's fifth queen, Katherine Howard

Anne Howard-  was a daughter of Thomas Howard, 2nd Duke of Norfolk, and his first wife, Elizabeth Tilney.


Richard Howard
-courtier, was a younger son of Thomas Howard, 2nd Duke of Norfolk by his second marriage to Agnes Tilney

Thomas Knyvett
- husband to  Muriel Howard

George Schroeder Jr- Son to Mary Howard


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Stafford family

Henry Stafford, 1st Baron Stafford- was born in Penshurst, Kent, England the eldest son of Edward Stafford, 3rd Duke of Buckingham and Eleanor Percy, Duchess of Buckingham and the brother of Elizabeth Stafford Howard. Henry married Ursula Pole, the daughter of Margaret Pole, 8th Countess of Salisbury and Sir Richard Pole.

Katherine Stafford- was a daughter f Edward Stafford, 3rd Duke of Buckingham and Eleanor Percy and sister  of Elizabeth Stafford Howard.

Margaret Stafford- was a daughter f Edward Stafford, 3rd Duke of Buckingham and Eleanor Percy and sister  of Elizabeth Stafford Howard.

Tavington Family:

Tia Tavington-daughter to Isabella Tavington , and sister to Vanessa, William and Charlot. She is a fictional character, her story is all yours to make.

Edward Tavington- husband to Isabella Tavington

Alexandra Tavington- sister to Edward Tavington

Robert Cavendish - father to Isabella Tavington

Adriana Cavendish-Mother of Isabella Tavington

Fairchild Family:

Lucy Fairchild -Mother to Elise Fairchild. She is a fictional character, her story is all yours to make.

James Stanley- stepfather to Elise Fairchild

Peter Fairchild- brother to Elise Fairchild

Bassett Family:

George Bassett- brother to Anne Basset. He is a fictional character, his story is all yours to make.

Phillipa Bassett-sister to Anne Basset


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Leigh Family

Joyce Culpeper- was the mother of Katherine Howard, the fifth wife and Queen Consort of King Henry VIII.

John Leigh- brother to Isabel Leigh and half-brother to Katherine Howard, the fifth wife and Queen Consort of King Henry VIII. He is a fictional character, his story is all yours to make.

Ralph Leigh- brother to Isabel Leigh

Margaret Leigh[/b]- sister to  Isabel Leigh

Bryan Family:

Nicholas Carew- was an English courtier and diplomat during the reign of Henry VIII. He was executed for his alleged part in the Exeter Conspiracy. He was the husband of Elizabeth Bryan.




Courtenay Family:



Gertrude Courtenay, Marchioness of Exeter- was the wife of Henry Courtenay, 1st Marquess of Exeter and a lady at the court of Henry VIII of England. She was a godmother to the future Elizabeth I.

Henry Courtenay, 1st Marquess of Exeter- was the eldest son of William Courtenay, 1st Earl of Devon, and Catherine of York, and grandson of King Edward IV of England. He was was accused of conspiring with the self-exiled Cardinal Reginald Pole to lead a Roman Catholic uprising in the so-called Exeter Conspiracy. On 9 January 1539, Henry Courtenay was executed.

Edward Courtenay, 1st Earl of Devon- was the only son of Henry Courtenay, 1st Marquess of Exeter and his second wife, Gertrude Blount. His maternal grandparents were William Blount, 4th Baron Mountjoy and his third wife, Ines de Benegas. The first decade of his life was relatively peaceful. His father was a prominent figure in the court of his own first cousin, Henry VIII of England. His mother enjoyed the friendship of Catherine of Aragon even after her removal from court and throne.

Margaret Courtenay, Baroness Herbert- was a younger sister of Henry Courtenay, 1st Marquess of Exeter


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Salisbury/ Pole Family:

Henry Pole, 1st Baron Montagu-
the only holder of the title Baron Montagu under its 1514 creation, was one of the relatives King Henry VIII of England had executed for treason. Pole married Jane Neville, daughter of George Nevill, 5th Baron Bergavenny, and Joan Arundel.

Reginald Pole- cardinal, papal legate in various regions, including England, and the last Roman Catholic Archbishop of Canterbury.

Geoffrey Pole - Lord of the Manor of Lordington in Sussex, suspected of treason by King Henry VIII and accused of conspiring with Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor; lived in exile in Europe; married Constance Pakenham, granddaughter and heiress of Sir John Pakenham. John Pakenham was ancestor to Sir Edward Pakenham, brother-in-law to Duke of Wellington.

Constance Pakenham- wife of Geoffrey Pole.

Arthur Pole-He was the youngest son of Margaret Pole, 8th Countess of Salisbury. He was Gentleman of the Bedchamber to King Henry VIII in 1518 and his Esquire of the Body in 1520, who invested him as a Knight in 1523. He was also the Lord of the Manor of Broadhurst, Sussex.

Culpeper Family:

Elizabeth Culpeper- sister to Thomas Culpeper and daughter to Sir Alexander Culpeper of Bedgebury & Hardreshull and Constantia Chamberlayn. She is a fictional character, her story is all yours to make.

Anne Culpeper  sister to Thomas Culpeper and daughter to Sir Alexander Culpeper of Bedgebury & Hardreshull and Constantia Chamberlayn

Holland family


Penelope Holland- is beautiful, talented, and little conceited. Determined to look out for her own welfare, her schemes are for her personal gain. 19-year-old. Daughter to Elizabet Holland. She is a fictional character, her story is all yours to make.

Henry Holland-He is exceedingly handsome and charming. Known for his trouble maker's lilt, free spirited, and often spotted with a drink in hand, he has had relationships with many women at court. 20-year-old. Son to Elizabet Holland

Teddy Holland- He is a kind and light-hearted, handsome, true gentleman. Sometimes can be bit shy. 21-year-old.Son to Elizabet Holland

Lina Holland- 22 years old, is described as angelic. She does everything she is told, and obeys her mother. Daughter to Elizabet Holland.


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More Family:


Jhon More- son of Thomas More. Little is know about him, so his story is all yours to make.

Elizabeth More- Is daughter to Thomas More. Little is known about her, her story is all yours to make.

Margaret More- was an English writer and translator, probably the most learned woman of sixteenth century England. She was the daughter of Thomas More and Jane Colt, who probably died of childbirth. Margaret, "Meg" as her father used to call her, married William Roper. During More's imprisonment in the Tower of London, she was a frequent visitor to his cell.

William Roper- husband to Margaret More

Anne Cresacre-wife to Jhon More

Margaret Gigs- was one of the most learned women of the Tudor era and the foster daughter of Sir Thomas More.

John Clement- husband to Margaret Gigs

Gilcs Heron- husband to Cecily More





Parr Family:


Elizabeth Tyrwhitt-  was a gentlewoman and courtier. she served in the households of Queen Jane Seymour and Queen Catherine Howard. She was a friend, lady-in-waiting and distant cousin, of Henry VIII's sixth wife, Catherine Parr, and served in her household.She served in the household of Katherine Parr and her fourth husband, Thomas Seymour, Baron Seymour of Sudeley. She gave evidence about a possibly inappropriate relationship between Seymour and his stepdaughter, the future Elizabeth I of England and about the death of Catherine Parr.

Grace Parr - daughter to Anne Bourchier and William Parr, niece to Anne and Katherine Parr. Fictional.

Darcy Family:


George Darcy, 1st Baron Darcy of Aston- son of Thomas Darcy, 1st Baron Darcy de Darcy

Sir Arthur Darcy- son of Thomas Darcy, 1st Baron Darcy de Darcy

Elizabeth Darcy- daughter of Thomas Darcy, 1st Baron Darcy de Darcy


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Seymour Family:

Micheal Anthony Seymour- son to Eliza Courtney and Thomas Seymour

Clement Smyth- Husband to Dorothey Seymour

Anne Stanhope-was the second wife of Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset who held the office of Lord Protector during the first part of the reign of his nephew King Edward VI, through whom Anne was briefly the most powerful woman in England. During her husband's time as Lord Protector she claimed precedence over the dowager queen Catherine.


Kingston Family

Mary Scrope- was in the service at court of King Henry VIII's first four wives. As the wife of Sir William Kingston, Constable of the Tower of London, she was in attendance on Anne Boleyn during the Queen's brief imprisonment in the Tower in May 1536, and both she and her husband were among those who walked with the Queen to the scaffold. By her first husband, Edward Jerningham, she was the mother of Sir Henry Jerningham, whose support helped to place Queen Mary I on the throne of England in 1553, and who became one of Queen Mary's most favoured courtiers.

Sir Henry Jerningham- was an English courtier during the Tudor period. He was a Gentleman Pensioner during the reign of Henry VIII.

Sir Anthony Kingston-  was an English royal official, holder of various positions under several Tudor monarchs. He was the son of Sir William Kingston of Blackfriars, London by one of Sir William's first two wives.

Bridget Kingston- sister to Anthony Kingston and daughter to William Kingston.


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Gainsford Family:

Anne Gainsford[/b]-was a close friend and lady-in-waiting to Queen consort Anne Boleyn. She was in the household of Anne Boleyn, as early as 1528 before the latter became the second wife of Henry VIII of England five years later. She served Anne Boleyn before and after her own marriage to Sir George Zouche of Codnor.

John Zouche- son of Anne Gainsford and George Zouche

Katherine Gainsford-
sister to Anne Gainsford

Mary Gainsford- sister to Anne Gainsford

George Zouche- husband to Anne Gainsford


Larke Family:



Thomas Larke- brother to Joan Larke. He is a fictional character,his story is all yours to make.




Rich Family:



Robert Rich -brother to Richard Rich. He is a fictional character,his story is all yours to make.



Hungerford Family:



Susan Hungerford- sister to Sir Walter Hungerford. She is a fictional character, her story is all yours to make.


Walter Hungerford-was created Baron Hungerford of Heytesbury in 1536. e was beheaded at Tyburn on 28 July 1540, along with his patron Cromwell. It has been stated that before his execution Hungerford "seemed so unquiet that many judged him rather in a frenzy than otherwise

Edward Walter Hungerford- son of Anne Bassett and Walter Hungerford


William Hungerford- brother to Walter Hungerford


Weston Family:



Catherine Weston- sister to Francis Weston. . She is a fictional character, her story is all yours to make.

Margaret Weston-sister to Francis Weston


Tallis family:

Jonathan Tallis - son to Nan Saville and Thomas Tallis, half brother to Daisy Saville. Fictional.


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Ashley Family:

Robert Ashley- father to Kat, Joan, Violet and Rosalie Ashley. he is a fictional character, his story is all yours to make


Parker family


Margaret Parker- sister to Jane Boleyn, Viscountess Rochford


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Cavendish family

Anne Cavendish-daughter to William Cavendish

Henry Cavendish-son to William Cavendish

Frances Cavendish-daughter to William Cavendish

Elizabeth Cavendish-daughter to William Cavendish

Mary Cavendish-daughter to William Cavendish

Brereton family


-Henry Brereton- son to William Brereton

-Thomas Brereton- son to William Brereton


Denny Family

Isabel Denny- sister to Anthony Denny

John Denny- stepbrother to Anthony Denny

Margaret Denny- stepsister to Anthony Denny

Joyce Denny-stepsister to Anthony Denny

Gabriel Denny-stepbrother to Anthony Denny

Elizabeth Denny-stepsister to Anthony Denny

Michael Denny-stepbrother to Anthony Denny

Anne Denny-stepsister to Anthony Denny

Ursula Denny-stepsister to Anthony Denny

Susan Denny-stepsister to Anthony Denny

Robert Denny-stepbrother to Anthony Denny

Edmund Denny-stepbrother to Anthony Denny

Muriel Denny-stepsister to Anthony Denny


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Cromwell Family:

Elizabeth Wykes Cromwell-wife to Thomas Cromwell

Anne Cromwell- daughter of Thomas Cromwell

Richard Cromwell-nephew to Thomas Cromwell

Askew Family

Anne Askew-was an English poet and Protestant who was condemned as a heretic. She is the only woman on record known to have been both tortured in the Tower of London and burnt at the stake. She is also one of the earliest female poets to compose in the English language and the first Englishwoman to demand a divorce

Martha Askew- Sister to Anne Askew

Francis Askew-
brother to Anne Askew

Jane Askew- Sister to Anne Askew


Thomas Kyme- Husband to  Anne Askew




Hungerford Family


Katherine Hungerford- sister to William Hungerford

Mary Hungerford-sister to William Hungerford

Edward Hungerford
- brother to William Hungerford


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-Brandon Family:
Henry Brandon-was the youngest child and second son born to Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk and Mary Tudor, Queen of France, who was a daughter of Henry VII of England. Thus Henry Brandon was nephew to Henry VIII of England. His older sisters were Lady Frances Brandon and Lady Eleanor Brandon


Anne Brandon, Baroness Grey of Powys- was an English noblewoman, and the eldest daughter of Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk by his second wife, Anne Browne. Anne's mother had died in 1511. In 1514, Anne's father secured a place for her at the court of Archduchess Margaret of Savoy. While Anne was abroad, her father married Mary Tudor, the widowed Queen consort of Louis XII of France and the youngest sister of Henry VIII.

Mary Brandon, Baroness Monteagle- was an English noblewoman, and the daughter of Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk, by his second wife, Anne Browne. Mary was the wife of Thomas Stanley, 2nd Baron Monteagle, by whom she had six children. Mary Brandon was a lady-in-waiting to Queen consort Jane Seymour, third wife of King Henry VIII, who held her in high favour. She was the subject of a portrait by Hans Holbein the Younger.

Henry Brandon, 2nd Duke of Suffolk -was an English nobleman, the son of the 1st Duke of Suffolk, by his fourth wife,  12th Baroness Willoughby de Eresby

Henry Grey-was an English nobleman of the Tudor period and the father of Lady Jane Grey.

Sir Henry Clifford, 1st Earl of Cumberland  -was a member of the Clifford family which held the seat of Skipton Castle, Yorkshire from 1310 to 1676. He was a close friend of Henry VIII and  Henry married the King's niece Lady Eleanor
Brandon.

Eleanor Brandon- daughter to Charles Brandon

Esther Shawe- Maid to Catherine Willoughby, a fictional character, hers story is all yours to make.


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Ladies-in-Waiting:

Anne Pickering
- Lady in waiting to Anne Boleyn and wife to Francis Weston

Eleanor Luke- [/b]lady in waiting to Anne Boleyn. After her banishment from the court , the young  Duchess of Locksley took pity on her, and offered her a position in her household.

Eve Dufay-was lady in waiting to all Queens.

Elizabeth Somerset, Countess of Worcester- was a lady-in-waiting to Anne Boleyn and the main informant against her. she testified against Anne Boleyn, claiming she engaged in numerous adulterous acts with a handful of men including Henry Norris (courtier), Mark Smeaton, and George Boleyn, 2nd Viscount Rochford, the viscount Rochford and the queen’s brother.

Eleanor Manners, Countess of Rutland- was lady-in-waiting to four wives of King Henry VIII of England: Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves and Catherine Howard.

Victoria Chandler-was lady-in-waiting to four wives of King Henry VIII of England

Anne Berkeley, Baroness Berkeley- was a lady-in-waiting and companion of Queen Anne Boleyn, the second wife of Henry VIII of England. She was one of the witnesses at the secret wedding ceremony of the King and Anne Boleyn which occurred on 25 January 1533.

Anne Calthorpe, Countess of Sussex- She served as a lady-in-waiting in the household of Queen consort Catherine Parr, the sixth wife of King Henry VIII, and shared her Reformed beliefs. She was implicated in the heresy of Anne Askew. In 1552, she was sent to the Tower of London for having practised sorcery and having made "treasonous prophecies".

Bella The Fair- Lady in waiting to Anne Boleyn

Brigit Wiltshire -was a neighbour, close friend and lady-in-waiting to Anne Boleyn, the second wife of Henry VIII of England.
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Elizabeth Blount-commonly known during her lifetime as Bessie Blount, was a mistress of Henry VIII of England. She was the lady in waiting to all Queens.

Elizabeth Arundell- was lady in waiting to all Queens.

Elizabeth Stoner- was a lady-in-waiting to each of Henry VIII of England's six wives, and was the 'Mother of the Maids', with responsibility for the conduct of the young maids-of-honour.

Jane Dudley, Duchess of Northumberland- an English noblewoman, the wife of John Dudley, 1st Duke of Northumberland and mother of Guildford Dudley and Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester. Having grown up with her future husband, who was her father's ward, she married at about age 16. They had 13 children. Jane Dudley served as a lady-in-waiting at the court of Henry VIII and was a close friend of Queen Catherine Parr. Reformed in religious outlook, she was also a supporter of the Protestant martyr Anne Askew.

Mary Arundell- She was a gentlewoman at court in the reign of King Henry VIII, serving two of Henry VIII's Queens, and the King's daughter, Princess Mary.

Margery Horsman- was a lady-in-waiting to Anne Boleyn. And probably was supplied useful information against Anne in May 1536 and would serve her successor, Jane Seymour.

Margaret Dymoke -was a lady-in-waiting at the court of Henry VIII of England. She was lady in waiting to Anne Boleyn and Jane Seymour.

Madeleine Murray-Lady in waiting to Isabella Tavington

Jeanne Laurent- lady in waiting to Mary Tudor

Dorothy Bray, Baroness Chandos- was an English noblewoman, who served as a Maid of Honour to three queens consort of King Henry VIII of England; Anne Of Cleves, Catherine Howard, and Catherine Parr

Elena Wolf -lady in waiting to Victoria Grey

Fenella Scarborough- lady in waiting to Katherine of Aragon

Francoise Edwards -lady in waiting to Margarete Knivert

Lady Lucy Somerset, Baroness Latimer- She served as a Maid of Honour to Queen consort Catherine Howard. Lady Lucy married in 1545, John Neville, 4th Baron Latimer, the stepson of King Henry's sixth consort Catherine Parr to whom Lucy served in the capacity of Lady-in-waiting.

Susan Clarencieux - was a favourite lady in waiting and longtime friend to Queen Mary I of England.

Vanessa Montez-lady in waiting to Eliza Courtney

Mary Fleming - lady in waiting for Anne Boleyn, a fictional character, hers story is all yours to make.


Eleanor Paston-was the daughter of Sir William Paston and Bridget Heydon. Eleanor was by birth a Paston, whose family's fortunes were inevitably linked with the house of Howard. By her mother she was a relative of Anne Boleyn.she was a lady of the privy chamber to Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves, and Catherine Howard


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Others


John Swynford- Baron of FitzHugh, was descend from Katherine Swynford (mother of the Tudor dynasty). He is a shrewd and very ambitious man and will most likely try to gain a better position at court or a better title and wishes to secure a good marriage (or position) for his daughter.


Susannah Hornebolt-was the first known female artist in England and the Tudor dynasty

John Parker-husband to Susannah Hornebolt

William FitzWilliam, 1st Earl of Southampton-English courtier, was the third son of Sir Thomas FitzWilliam of Aldwark and Lady Lucy Neville

Edmund Bedingfield
- was entrusted with the care of Katherine of Aragon, at Kimbolton Castle, following the proceedings of 18 June 1529, concerning King Henry VIII's Great Matter (divorce).

Sir Ralph Sadler,-was an English statesman, who served Henry VIII as Privy Councillor, Secretary of State and ambassador to Scotland. Sadler went on to serve Edward VI, although having signed the device settling the crown on Jane Grey, was obliged to retire to his estates during the reign of Mary I

Lucas Hornebolt - brother to Susannah Hornebolt

William Paget-was an English statesman and accountant who held prominent positions in the service of Henry VIII, Edward VI and Mary I.

George Brooke, 9th Baron Cobham-was an aristocrat during the early Tudor dynasty in England. A soldier and magnate, he participated in the English wars of his days and in the political turmoil following the death of Henry VIII.


John Crawford- Duke of Somerset


Charles Blount, 5th Baron Mountjoy-  was an English courtier and patron of learning. He was one of the peers summoned for the trial of lords Darcy and Hussey and he was also on the panel of 3 December 1538 for the trial of Henry Pole, 1st Baron Montagu, and Henry Courtenay, Marquess of Exeter, his own brother-in-law.

William Coffin- was a courtier at the court of King Henry VIII of England. He was a Gentleman of the Privy Chamber to King Henry VIII and Master of the Horse to Queen Jane Seymour

Anne Locke- was an English poet, translator and Calvinist religious figure.


Camille Van Houten-
Nurse at English court


Georgiana Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire-
mother to Eliza Courtney

Joan Bulmer- was an English gentlewoman during the reign of Henry VIII. She grew up in the household of Agnes Howard, Dowager Duchess of Norfolk and there became a close friend of the Dowager Duchess' step-granddaughter, Catherine Howard, who went on to become Henry VIII's fifth wife

Charles Grey- father to Eliza Courtney

Edward Burgh-was an English peer


Victor Turner- Servant at English court. He is a fictional character, his story is all yours to make.

George Throckmorton- was an English politician and a member of Parliament during the reign of Henry VIII.

Ralph Ellerker - was an English soldier, knight and Member of Parliament.

John Constable- was an English Romantic painter. Born in Suffolk, he is known principally for his landscape paintings of Dedham Vale, the area surrounding his home—now known as "Constable Country"—which he invested with an intensity of affection

Henry Montagu, 1st Earl of Manchester- was an English judge, politician and peer

Henry Manox-  was music teacher in Lambeth/England. He had a  a sexual relationship with Katherine Howard, later Queen of England.

Hans Holbein
- was artist and printmaker at the English court.  He worked under the patronage of Anne Boleyn and Thomas Cromwell. By 1535, he was King's Painter to King Henry VIII. In this role, he produced not only portraits and festive decorations but designs for jewellery, plate and other precious objects. His portraits of the royal family and nobles are a record of the court in the years when Henry was asserting his supremacy over the English church.

Rick Grimes- solider at English court. He is a fictional character, his story is all yours to make.

Robert Radcliffe, 1st Earl of Sussex- was a prominent courtier and soldier during the reigns of Henry VII and Henry VIII.

Will Somers-born in Shropshire, Will came to Henry's Court as a skinny boy with a pronounced stoop.Somers entered service in 1535, so perhaps late 1537 (the period immediately after Jane’s death), was too soon a time for Henry to be that close to his fool as shown in the series. Henry enjoyed his prattling and his ability at improvising verse. He flattered Henry, acted the clown and 'riddled' Henry out of his periods of depression. Henry loved him for it and gave him whatever he wanted. Consequently Will made plenty of enemies at court too.

Blanche Shore-[/b] Maid to Emilia Grace Lanier,  Duchess of Gloucester. A fictional character, hers story is all yours to make.

Vasilisa Rosalinda-Schoolgirl at Lambeth, a fictional character, hers story is all yours to make.

William Norris[/b]-son to Madge Norris and Henry Norris

[b]Elizabeth Brooke-
wife of Thomas Wyatt
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Thomas AUDLEY (1st. Baron Audley of Walden)- was Lord chancellor of England  under Henry VIII. He was made speaker of the House of Commons in 1529 and lord keeper of the great seal in 1532. A loyal servant of Henry VIII, he supported the King's divorce  from Catalina de Aragón and as chancellor presided  over the trials of Sir Thomas More and John Fisher. He also aided in the prosecution of Anne Boleyn , Sir Thomas Cromwell , and other notables; being instrumental with laws concerning the dissolution of the monasteries and the king's marital difficulties.

Sir Thomas ARUNDELL-was a gentleman of the Privy Chamber to Cardinal Wolsey and served as Sheriff of Dorsetshire in 1531-32. He was knighted at the coronation of Anne Boleyn in 1533.

Sir Edward BAYNTUN- Stood high in favour with King Henry VIII, where he enjoyed considerable influence and was Vice-Chamberlain to five of his Queens (Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves, Catherine Howard and Catherine Parr). Edward was Queen Anne's Vice-Chamberlain – replacing Sir Thomas Bryan after he was appointed the Queen's Chancellor. He is said to have shared some of Anne's religious stance, but was a career courtier, hence serving the remainder of Henry's wives in the same capacity.

Francis BIGOD of Settrington, Knight- was in the service of Cardinal Wolsey, and under Thomas Cromwell, Wolsey's successor in the favour of Henry VIII, was engaged in advancing in Yorkshire the King's reforms in church matters.

John DYNHAM- He quickly won the trust of Henry VII, who retained Dynham on the council and named him Lord Treasurer. Dynham became one of Henry VII's most active councilors, serving on many royal boards and commissions, including a commission charged with reforming the administration of Crown lands. Dynham also received numerous other offices and honors.

Thomas ELYOT -English diplomatist and scholar  In 1531 he produced the Boke named the Governour, dedicated to King Henry VIII. The work advanced him in the King favor, and in the close of the year he received instructions to proceed to the court of the Emperor Carlos V to induce him to take a more favorable view of Henry projected divorce from Catalina of Aragon.

Richard LONG- Politician and courtier, for many years a member of the privy chamber of Henry VIII

Henry MANNERS-His first marriage was celebrated with the royal presence of the King Henry VIII and the new Queen, Jane Seymour, on 3 Jul 1536. He married Margaret, fourth daughter of Ralph, Earl of Westmoreland, a great northern magnate. The same day his sister, Anne, married Henry, Westmoreland's heir.
He succeeded as second Earl of Rutland on his father death, 20 Sep 1543; was knighted by Henry VIII in 1544 and was one of the mourners at the King's funeral.

Thomas MANNERS-He was appointe Knight of the Garter on 24 Apr 1525, the same that Henry Fitzroy, the King illegitimate son with Bessie Blount, and on 18 Jun of that year, Fitzroy was made Duke of Richmond and Manners Earl of Rutland.He was appointed chamberlain for the coronation of Queen Jane Seymour, and Eleanor, his wife, had a place between her ladies.

John MORDAUNT-As a young man, Mordaunt had been introduced by his father into Henry VIII's court, created a knight of the Bath at the coronation of Anne Boleyn, and been among the courtiers present at the arrival of Anne of Cleves at Blackheath. During the closing years of Henry VIII's reign, and increasingly under Edward VI, however, both he and his father forfeited royal favour through their opposition to religious change.


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@Jane Seymour wrote:
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Joan Champernowne- was a lady-in-waiting at the court of Henry VIII of England. She became a close friend to his sixth wife, Catherine Parr and married Sir Anthony Denny, who at the end of Henry's reign was widely considered to be his most trusted servant. Joan was considered to be both beautiful and intelligent, and a member of the burgeoning Protestant faction at court, despite her husband's pro-Catholic inclinations. She was the sister of Katherine Ashley, the governess of Elizabeth I.

Sir Anthony Denny- was a confidant of Henry VIII of England and the husband of Joan Champernowne

Robert Ashley- father to Kat, Joan, Violet and Rosalie Ashley.

Knivert Family:


Anne-Vincentia Knivert- daughter to Margaret Knivert and Elijah Salvatore, also twin sister to Anthony Knivert

Anthony Knivert- twin brother to Anne-Vincentia Knivert and son to argaret Knivert and Elijah Salvatore

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I am here to join the rest of my family.
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I would like to take Frances Grey. But I didn't see her husband on that list or when I searched for him... Is Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Suffolk, still available?
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Yes he is still available

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Great, thank you!
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you're welcome. Should i put him on the list?

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@Jane Seymour wrote:
Leigh Family






Joyce Culpeper- was the mother of Katherine Howard, the fifth wife and Queen Consort of King Henry VIII.

John Leigh- brother to Isabel Leigh

Ralph Leigh- brother to Isabel Leigh

Joyce Leigh- sister to  Isabel Leigh

Margaret Leigh
- sister to  Isabel Leigh

Edward Baynton- husband to  Isabel Leigh

Bryan Family:

John Bryan, 2nd Baron Berners-was an English soldier, statesman and translator and brother to Margaret Bryan

Margaret Bryan-sister to Francis Bryan

Sir Nicholas Carew- was an English courtier and diplomat during the reign of Henry VIII. He was executed for his alleged part in the Exeter Conspiracy. He was the husband of Elizabeth Bryan.




Courtenay Family:



Gertrude Courtenay, Marchioness of Exeter- was the wife of Henry Courtenay, 1st Marquess of Exeter and a lady at the court of Henry VIII of England. She was a godmother to the future Elizabeth I.

Henry Courtenay, 1st Marquess of Exeter- was the eldest son of William Courtenay, 1st Earl of Devon, and Catherine of York, and grandson of King Edward IV of England. He was was accused of conspiring with the self-exiled Cardinal Reginald Pole to lead a Roman Catholic uprising in the so-called Exeter Conspiracy. On 9 January 1539, Henry Courtenay was executed.

Edward Courtenay, 1st Earl of Devon- was the only son of Henry Courtenay, 1st Marquess of Exeter and his second wife, Gertrude Blount. His maternal grandparents were William Blount, 4th Baron Mountjoy and his third wife, Ines de Benegas. The first decade of his life was relatively peaceful. His father was a prominent figure in the court of his own first cousin, Henry VIII of England. His mother enjoyed the friendship of Catherine of Aragon even after her removal from court and throne.

Margaret Courtenay, Baroness Herbert- was a younger sister of Henry Courtenay, 1st Marquess of Exeter

Bolton Family:


David Bolton- brother to Ramsay Bolton


Can you remove Edward Baynton from the list? I'm with Philip of Bavaria now and would hate for someone to make Edward and end up finding out I'm taken.
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Thank you so much! Very Happy
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