By cancer, although at the time poison was suspected because of her blackened heart, but at the time they did not understand the effects of cancer.
Some people say it was from Breast cancer, but no one knows the truth.
Kathryn died due to lung cancer. Although some people think it was breast cancer.
On January 7, 1536, Catherine of Aragon died at Kimbolton Castle and was buried at Peterborough Abbey (later Peterborough Cathedral, after the dissolution of the monasteries) with the ceremony due for her position as Princess Dowager, not as a Queen of England.
She died of natural causes, probably of cancer.
Queen Catherine of Aragon (Henry VIII first wife) was sent to live in isolation when Henry married Anne Boleyn. Some historians believe she was poisoned slowly, while others think she simply died of depression.
Catherine of Aragon was sent to kimbolton castle to die there.
Catherine of Aragon died at Kimbolton Castle near Huntington in 1536.
Catherine of Aragon died on January 7, 1536 at the age of 50.
Yes she did.
Catherine of Aragon died in 1536. She was 50 years old. Catherine of Aragon became Queen of England when she was 23 years old and served from 1509 to 1533.
Catherine of Aragon was called that because of her father. Her father was King Ferdinand of Aragon.
Catherine Aragon died from having cancer. At the time, it was thought that she had been poisoned by someone in the castle she lived in.
Catherine of Aragon was from Spain
Catherine of Aragon. Catherine of Aragon Henry VIII's first wife was Catherine of Aragon.
where did catherine of aragon spent her childhood
in the end Catherine of aragon had a divorce.
Catherine of Aragon was banished from court in 1531
Catherine of Aragon is not a saint.
Catherine of Aragon is not a canonized saint.
Yes, Catherine of Aragon did die of cancer. However, she was very sick before also and her husband (King Henry VIII) kept her in very bad conditions.
Catherine of Aragon was born on December 16, 1485.
Yes , Catherine of Aragon was Catholic.
Catherine of Aragon was divorced in 1533, not beheaded.
Henry divorced catherine of aragon in 1533
Yes. Catherine of Aragon and Henry VIII's marriage was a divorce
January 7, 1536
Henry VIII divorced Catherine of Aragon in 1533.................. If that was what you were talking about.....
Catherine of Aragon was 50 years old when she passed away.
Catherine of Aragon was the daughter of the king and queen of Spain at that time