Dating and marriage in the elizabethan era
Sadly, her daughter only lived a few days and Elizabeth succumbed to a post-partum infection shortly thereafter.She was buried in the Lady Chapel, Westminster Abbey in a magnificent tomb that she shares with her husband, Henry VII.Elizabeth Tudor (2 July 1492 – 14 September 1495) Elizabeth was the second daughter and fourth child of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York.Elizabeth died on the 14 September 1495 and was buried in the Chapel of St.Lady Margaret Beaufort was the mother of King Henry VII and grandmother of King Henry VIII.Lady Margaret Beaufort died on the 29 June 1509 at the Abbot of Westminster’s house, only five days after the coronation of her grandson.
He died at Richmond Palace on the 21 April 1509 and was buried at Westminster Abbey.
They were parents happy in their offspring, to whom, land of England, you owe Henry VIII.” Elizabeth of York was Queen consort of England from 1486 until 1503.
She was the eldest child of King Edward IV and his Queen consort, Elizabeth Woodville.
Mary’s marriage to Charles produced four children and through their eldest daughter Frances, Mary was the maternal grandmother of Lady Jane Grey.
Mary died at Westhorpe Hall, Westhorpe, Suffolk on 25 June 1533 and was buried in the abbey in Bury St Edmonds, Suffolk.