Person:Thomas Wyatt (29)

Thomas Wyatt
  1. Thomas Wyatt1521 - 1554
  • HThomas Wyatt1521 - 1554
  • WJane HauteAbt 1522 -
m. 1537
  1. Jane Wyatt
  2. Anne Wyatt
  3. George Wyatt1550 - 1624
Facts and Events
Name Thomas Wyatt
Alt Name Sir Thomas Wyatt, Knight
Alt Name Thomas Wyat
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][3][4] 1521 Allington, Dorset, EnglandAllington Castle
Marriage 1537 to Jane Haute
Death[1][2] 11 Apr 1554 Stepney, London, EnglandTower of London
Residence? Allington, Dorset, EnglandAllington Castle
Other? OFFICE: Sheriff of Kent.
Cause of Death? Beheaded
Other? HONORS: Knighted.

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Sir Thomas Wyatt the Younger (1521 – 11 April 1554) was a rebel leader during the reign of Mary I of England; his rising is traditionally called "Wyatt's rebellion". He was also the son of the English poet and ambassador Sir Thomas Wyatt.

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