On this day in Tudor history, 27th April 1536, there was talk about Henry VIII setting aside Anne Boleyn. Who was approached for advice and what did he say?
Find out what was going on at the royal court in this #TudorHistoryShorts:
You can find more details about this and what else was going on at court in this video:
On this day in history, actually in the Stuart period, 27th April 1609, Sir Edward Michelborne, member of Parliament, soldier and adventurer, died.
He'd survived an unsuccessful naval campaign against the Spanish, being implicated in a rebellion, and an attack by pirates, to die a natural death at his home in Hackney.
Find out more about Sir Edward Michelborne...
Also on this day in Tudor history, 27th April 1584, civil lawyer and judge, David Lewis, died in London.
You've probably never heard of David ap Lewis, but he was an important judge, being involved in the maritime legal cases of Queen Elizabeth I's reign. It's always interesting to learn more about these lesser-known Tudor people, so here are some David Lewis facts...