Mary Tudor

Mary Tudor may refer to:

  • Mary I of England, daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon, d.1558
  • Mary Tudor, Queen of France, daughter of Henry VII of England, wife of Louis XII of France and then of Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk
  • Lady Mary Tudor (1673-1726), daughter of Charles II and Moll Davis; wife of 2nd Earl of Derwentwater, Henry Graham and James Rooke
  • Mary Tudor, graduate student of Wendell Johnson, who conducted the Monster Study
  • Marie Tudor, a play by the French playwright, Victor Hugo, which was based on Mary I of England
  • Mary Tudor (The Tudors), fictional depiction of Mary I of England

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The Last Boleyn - Plot Summary
... In 1512, it is decided that Mary will be sent first to the court of Archduchess Margaret of Austria and then to the French court as maid-in-waiting to Louis XII's English ... this decision leaves her mother, Elizabeth devastated, Mary is keen in working towards pleasing her father and advancing the Boleyns in society ... Mary grows to love her mistress, the Queen, and the two form a special companionship when the ailing Louis XII dismisses the other English ladies-in-waiting ...
Linda Porter (historian) - Bibliography
... Linda Porter's Biography of Mary Tudor Mary Tudor The First Queen (2007) ISBN 978-0-7499-5144-3 Mary Tudor The First Queen (Paperback, 2009) ISBN 978-0 ...
The Tudors - Departures From History
... In The Tudors, these age differences are reversed Maria Doyle Kennedy is thirteen years older than Johnathan Rhys Myers, who is, in turn, only five years Natalie Dormer's elder ... Also, Anne was recalled to Henry's court from France three years after her sister Mary Boleyn, not simultaneously, and Henry didn't begin to court her until 1526 ... actually a composite of his two sisters the life events of his younger sister, Princess Mary Tudor, coupled with the name of his elder sister, Margaret Tudor ...
The Monster Study - Story Origins
... Many of the orphans testified that they were harmed by the "Monster Study" but outside of Mary Tudor, who testified in a deposition on Nov ... Letters between Mary Tudor and Wendell Johnson that were written shortly after the experiment ended showed that the children's speech had deteriorated significantly ... Mary Tudor returned to the orphanage three times to try and reverse the negative effects caused by the experiment but lamented the fact that she was unable to provide enough positive therapy to ...
Lady Mary Grey - Life
... Mary Grey, born about 1545 was the third and youngest daughter of Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Suffolk, and Lady Frances Brandon, daughter of Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk ... Mary had two sisters, Lady Jane Grey, the 'nine days Queen', and Lady Katherine Grey ... As great-grandchildren of Henry VII, Mary and her sisters were potential heirs to the crown ...