Person:Mary Tudor (10)

Mary Tudor, Queen of France
b.18 Mar 1496 London, England
d.25 Jun 1533
m. 18 Jan 1483/84
  1. Arthur Tudor, Prince of Wales1486 - 1502
  2. Margaret Tudor, Princess of England1489 - 1541
  3. King Henry VIII of England1491 - 1547
  4. Elizabeth Tudor, Princess of England1492 - 1495
  5. Mary Tudor, Queen of France1496 - 1533
  6. Edward TudorAbt 1498 - 1499
  7. Edmund Tudor, Duke of Somerset1499 - 1500
  8. Katherine Tudor1503 - 1503
m. 9 Oct 1514
m. 13 May 1515
  1. Henry Brandon, 1st Earl of Lincoln1516 - 1534
  2. Lady Frances Brandon1517 - 1559
  3. Lady Eleanor Brandon1519 - 1547
Facts and Events
Name Mary Tudor, Queen of France
Gender Female
Birth[1] 18 Mar 1496 London, EnglandHouse of Tudor
Marriage Contract 7 Aug 1514 London, London, Englandto Louis XII _____, de France
Alt Marriage 13 Aug 1514 Greenwich, Kent, Englandby proxy, Greyfriars Church, Greenwich Palace
to Louis XII _____, de France
Alt Marriage 2 Sep 1514 Paris, Paris, Franceby proxy, Church of the Celestines
to Louis XII _____, de France
Marriage 9 Oct 1514 Abbeville, Somme, Franceto Louis XII _____, de France
Alt Marriage Bet 4 Feb 1515 and 20 Feb 1515 Paris, Paris, Francesecretly Chapel in the Palais de Cluny
to Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk
Marriage 13 May 1515 Greenwich, Kent, Englandpublicly Greyfriars Chuch, Greenwich Palace
to Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk
Death[1] 25 Jun 1533
Reference Number? Q588852?

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Mary Tudor (; 18 March 1496 – 25 June 1533) was an English princess who was briefly Queen of France. She was the younger surviving daughter of King Henry VII of England and Elizabeth of York, and the third wife of Louis XII of France, who was more than 30 years older than her.

Following Louis's death, she married Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk. Performed secretly in France, the marriage occurred without the consent of Mary's brother, Henry VIII. The marriage necessitated the intervention of Thomas Wolsey; Henry eventually pardoned the couple, after they paid a large fine. Mary's second marriage produced four children. Through her older daughter, Frances, she was the maternal grandmother of Lady Jane Grey the queen of England for nine days in July 1553.

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