Catherine Parr was born in 1512, at Blackfriars in London. In 1529 she marries Sir Edward Borough and is widowed in 1533, then in 1534 marries John Neville, Lord Latimer, and is widowed in 1543.
She starts a relationship with Thomas Seymour in 1543, but this was put on hold, as Henry VIII caught her eye. On the 12th July 1543, Henry VIII and Catherine Parr were duly married.
From July to December of 1544, Queen Catherine acted as Regent whilst Henry waged war with France.
In 1545, Queen Catherine publishes her book; “Prayers and Meditations.”
On the 24th May 1546, Catherine’s friend, Anne Askew is arrested, tortured and executed for her beliefs.
On the 28th January 1547, after a short marriage, King Henry VIII dies.
In the May of 1547, Catherine Parr and Thomas Seymour marry, and in the September she publishes her book; “Lamentations of a Sinner.”
From 1547 to 1548 Catherine and Thomas have Lady Elizabeth, the Future Queen of England, and Lady Jane Grey residing at Sudeley Castle.
On the 30th August 1548, the Dowager Queen Catherine gives birth to a daughter; Lady Mary Seymour.
On the 5th September 1548, the Dowager, Queen Catherine Parr died, and was buried in the chapel of Sudeley Castle.