In the first part of her “This week in Tudor history” for week beginning 1st March, I introduce you to Thomas Tresham, grand prior of the Order of St John of Jersualem, and Anne of Denmark, James I's queen consort, as well as talking about another unhappy marriage for Margaret Tudor, and the birth of Mary Boleyn's son.
1st March 1559 - Death of Thomas Tresham, landowner, Catholic politician and Grand Prior of the Order of St John of Jerusalem in England.
2nd March 1619 - Death of Anne of Denmark, queen consort of King James VI of Scotland/King James I of England. She died of dropsy and consumption at Hampton Court Palace aged 44.
3rd March 1528 - Margaret Tudor, widow of King James IV of Scotland and sister of King Henry VIII, married for a third time. She married Henry Stuart, Lord Methven. It was not a happy marriage.
4th March 1526 - Birth of courtier and administrator, Henry Carey, 1st Baron Hunsdon, son of Mary Boleyn and her first husband, William Carey.
Teasel's Tudor Trivia video on St David's Day:
Other videos on Margaret Tudor:
And my video on Henry Carey:
Videos about other Tudor events for these dates: