What happened to King Henry second wife and fifth?
- Second - Ann Boleyn marriage annulled and later was executed
- Fifth - Catherine Howard marriage annulled and later was executed
His second and fifth wife were beheaded.
They were both beheaded for treason.
Catherine Howard was the fifth wife of Henry VIII. She met her end by being beheaded.
Henry VII never had that many wives. But his son Henry VIII had. Anne Boleyn (no. 2) and Catherine Howard (no. 5) were both beheaded for treason and adultery.
They were both beheaded.
She was beheaded on suspicion of cheating on other people.
Catherine Howard was the fifth wife of King Henry VIII and the second wife to be beheaded but the first to be beheaded by ax.
The second, Anne Boleyn, was beheaded and the sixth, Katherine Parr, outlived him and died a natural death.
The first one was divorced, the second was beheaded, the third died, the forth was divorced, the fifth was beheaded, and the sixth survived.
King Henry V of England (1386/87 - 1422) married Catherine of Valois in 1420. Their only son, Henry, became King Henry VI of England.
King Henry VI had only one wife.
Henry the Third!
No. Henry IV sponsored his exploration.
she got exuctued
Answer Catherine Howard was the fifth of King Henry VIII's six wives. They married on 28th July 1540.
That was King Henry the Second.
He married her after Anne Boleyn, his second wife. She died shortly after giving birth to Edward VI.
Carl Oatley has: Played Bell Boy in "A Touch of Class" in 1973. Played Parnell Chorus in "The One and Only Phyllis Dixey" in 1978. Played Earl Berkeley in "King Richard the Second" in 1978. Played Morton in "The Second Part of King Henry the Fourth, including his death and the coronation of King Henry the Fifth" in 1979. Played English Herald in "The Life and Death of King John" in 1984.
Prince Henry never reached Asia. He was known as Henry the Navigator and was the fifth child of the Portuguese king John I.
Henry v111'ths second child was Elizabeth
King Henry VIII, second son of King Henry VII and Queen Elizabeth of York.
Only one of King Henry VII's children became king - his second son who became King Henry VIII.
They both got executed (beheaded) because Henry thought that they were unfaithful to him.
King Henry the Fifth. The play is based on historical facts. There is an account of Henry V in Holinshed's Chronicles, and there was an earlier play on the subject.
King Henry VIII's little sister Mary became Louis' wife.
His name is Henry Tudor He was named after his dad, The first Tudor king He was the second Tudor king his father was Henry VII so he was Henry VIII
She reigned after him
Henry was a great king and he was very amazing this website is very good don't cha think?
Henry distroyed the monastries because he wanted to be head of the church.
King Henry VIII of England executed two of his wives, Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard. Anne Boleyn, his second wife, was executed on charges of incest, adultery, and treason though the evidence for those crimes is not very good and it is theorized it is because she did not have a male heir for Henry. Catherine Howard, his fifth wife, did commit adultery and was executed on charges of adultery and treason.
King John, also known as John Lackland, Jean Sans Terre, was the fifth son of Henry II (Henri Court-mantel) and Eleanor of Aquitaine.
Because she did not produce any good male heir, although when it happened they lied and said it was because of adultery, incest, and high treason.
Henry the Second
Henry VIII was indeed king of England. He ruled England from 1509 till 1547. He belonged to Tudor dynasty and was second Tudor king after his father Henry VII.
King Henry VIII and his fifth wife, Catherine Howard, were maried on 28th July 1540, when Henry was 49 years old.
Henry VIII was the second son of King Henry VII. The oldest son, Arthur, died before his father, leaving Henry next in line for the throne.
King Henry VIII of England's daughter, Elizabeth, was crowned Elizabeth I, Queen of England when King Henry died with no living legitimate male heirs.
King Arthur is a legendary figure who is said to have lived in the fifth and sixth centuries. Whatever real person was the basis for the legends probably lived in the mid fifth century. Henry VIII on the other hand was a real king who lived from 1491 to 1547, becoming king in 1509, so obviously they were not brothers. Henry did have an older brother whose name was Arthur but he died when he… Read More
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Answer King Henry VIII of England famously married six times. Henry VIII's second wife was Anne Boleyn. They secretly married sometime in January 1533 and their was a second public marriage ceremony in London on the 25th Janary 1533.
Henry VII had only one wife, who died of natural causes.
jane seymour died in childbirth and henry became king once his fathr, henry 8th died.
Everybody that answered is talking about Henry the eighth not Henry the second. I don't think that he was nice because of him Thomas Becket got killed
The Tudor dynasty happened when Henry Tudor (Henry VII) beat king Richard the III in the war of the roses. Henry wanted to be king, the only way someone could be king or queen in that time was to kill the monach.
King Henry VIII had 6 wives. They either divorced, beheaded, died or survived. The first wife to King Henry VIII was Catherine The Arragon. She got divorced as she was too old and had a daughter, not a son. Henry the VIII wanted a son to carry on the era of tudors so he divorced her. Catherine the Arragon's daughter was named Mary. The second wife to King Henry VIII was Anne Boleyn. Unfortunately she… Read More
He was dead.
The split happened in 1534.
King Henry 2nd was a horrible king because he wanted to control the church, he killed the archbishop so he could put his friend Thomas Becket as archbishop, but Becket cared for Canterbury so King Henry killed him.