The Tudors Recap – Season 4 Footnotes Episodes 5-8

Bibliography

Books

Fraser, Antonia, The Six Wives of Henry VIII, Arrow 1998

Frieda, Leonie, Francis I: The Maker of Modern France, Weidenfield and Nicholson, 2018

Hutchinson, Robert, The Last Days of Henry VIII, Weidenfield and Nicholson, 2005

Norton, Elizabeth, Catherine Parr, Amberley, 2011

Parker, Geoffrey, Emperor: A New Life of Charles V, Yale 2020

Porter, Linda, Katherine the Queen, Pan Books 2010

Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair, William Collins 2017

Scard, Margaret, Edward Seymour: Lord Protector, Tudor King in all but Name, The History Press 2016

Starkey, David, Six Wives, The Queens of Henry VIII, Vintage 2004

Weir, Alison, Henry VIII, King and Court, Pimlico 2002

Weir, Alison, Children of England, Pimlico, 1997

Wilkinson, Josephine, Katherine Howard: The Tragic Story of Henry VIII’s Fifth Queen. John Murray 2017

Online – Primary

Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII – British History Online

Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Vol 6 (i),

State Papers refers to the official collection at Kew which is not available online.

Calendar of manuscripts of the Marquis of Bath – p8-9

Hall’s Chronicle – From Internet Archive

Online – Secondary

Burnet’s History of the Reformation Vol 1, Vol 2

Burnet’s History of the Reformation Vo4 (P504, Katherine’s Howard’s confession)

Narratives of the Reformation, Nichols 1859 – Available here

The Anne Boleyn Files

Tudor Queen 6 Source

English Heritage Battlefield Report: Solway Moss 1542

The Battlefields Trust – UK Battlefields Resource Centre, Battle of Solway Moss

Spanish Chronicle (Anonymous, published by Hume, 1899) Internet Archive

Episode 5: Bottom of the Pot (Part 1)

The One Where they think it might be Dereham

(1) Burnet’s History of the Reformation Vol 1 p501 (Letters and papers 12th November 1541 , item 1334)

(2) Letters and papers 12th November 1541 , item 1334

No one dances to the Anne Boleyn remix

(3) Letters and papers 11th November 1541, item 1332 Marillac to Francis I

(4) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p305

(5) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p303-4

(6) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p65 (State Papers 1/167 f.129)

q2) Starkey, David, Six Wives, The Queens of Henry VIII p669

(7) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p305 (State Papers 1/167 f.117)

Francis, meet consequences

(8) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p306 (State Papers 1/167 f.127)

What is the guy’s deal?

What is the girl’s deal?

Dereham Confesses

(9) From The Anne Boleyn Files (Taken from Calendar of the manuscripts of the Marquis of Bath preserved at Longleat, Wiltshire, Volume II, p9-10. Online archive at https://archive.org/stream/calendarofmanusc02grea#page/8/mode/2up)

(10) Burnet’s History of the reformation Vol 4 p504-5 (Online Source)

Mary’s Take

See More Retrospectively

No News is Good news

Telling Henry, and others find out

11) Letters and papers 11th November 1541 item 1334

12) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p307

13) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p308

14) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p308 (State Papers of King Henry VIII ( London 1830 -1852) I, p697

15) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p308-9 (State Papers 1/168 f14)

Katherine’s Run

16) Fraser, Antonia Six Wives p347 (footnote), Weir, Alison, Henry VIII, King and Court, p454,Starkey, David, Six Wives, The Queens of Henry VIII, p671, Wilkinson, Josephine, Katherine Howard p166

Brief Torture Interlude

The Confessions of Katherine Howard

q) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p309 (Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Vol 6 (i), 10th November 1541, item 204)

17) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p312 ( State Papers of King Henry VIII ( London 1830 -1852) I, p689

18) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p312-3 (assume same source as above?)

19) Burnet’s History of the reformation Vol 4 p504-5 (Online Source)

20) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p317-8 ( State Papers of King Henry VIII ( London 1830 -1852) I, p689

21) Wilkinson, Josephine, Katherine Howard: The Tragic Story of Henry VIII’s Fifth Queen.p 179

The One where they think it might not be Dereham

22) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p318-9

Meanwhile, in the dungeon

Episode 5: Bottom of the Pot (Part 2)

The Turn

(1) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p (Letters and Papers Vol 16 10th December 1541, item 1438)

q) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p 336-337 (Norfolk speaks to Marillac – Letters and Papers Vol 16, 14th November 1541, item 1342, Chapuys reports Norfolk’s words – Calendar of State Papers – Spain, Vol 6 (i), 19th November 1541, item 207)

Katherine’s Version

2) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p 323

3) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p323-325 (Calendar of manuscripts of the Marquis of Bath – p9– 12th November 1541 )

Misprision of Treason and Culpeper

4) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p329 (State Papers 1/167 f136)

The Infamous Lady Rochford

5) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p330 (Letters and Papers Vol 16, 13th November 1541, item 1339)

q2) Weir, Alison, Henry VIII King and Court p454-5 (the footnote is ‘Letters and Papers’, just ‘Letters and Papers’ here’s a link to the ‘Letters and papers of Henry VIII’, and Volume 16 is the best bet for whats being referred to. Good Luck finding out where it comes from)

6) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p330 (State Papers 1/167 f147), Fox, Julia, The Infamous Lady Rochford, p299(same source)

7) Weir, Alison, Henry VIII King and Court p455

8) Starkey, David, Six Wives, p675

King Reacts

9) There is no footnote 9, you miscounted.

10) Letters and papers, Volume 16, 7th December 1541, item 1426

More Seymours

Insanity Plea

11) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p330, Fox, Julia, The Infamous Lady Rochford p301-2(Letters and papers, Vol 16, 3rd December 1541, item 1401 Chapuys to Charles V, also in Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Vol 6 (i), 3rd December 1541 item 209 )

Nonsuch Sympathy

12) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p336 (State Papers 1/167 f.129)

13) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p346 (Letters and Papers Vol 16, 23rd November 1541, item 1372, main letter 1st December 1541 item 1396)

14) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p343

15) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p344 (State Papers of Henry VIII, VIII p.698)

16) Calendar of State Papers, Spain,Vol 6 Part 1, 3rd December 1541, item 209

17) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p363 (Burnet History of the reformation, Vol 2 p403 Electronic version )

18) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p363 ( Burnet History of the reformation, Vol 2 p403 Electronic version

19) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p364 (Lehmberg Later Parliaments of Henry VIII p147)

Corpse de Ballet

20) Burnets History of the Reformation Vol 4 p504-505 (Online source)

Moving to the Tower

21) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p364

Nonsuch Sympathy

22) Starkey, David, Six Wives, p688-9 (Calendar of State Papers, Span, Vol 6 Part 1 9th February 1542, Chapuys to the Emperor, item 230)

23) Calendar of State Papers, Span, Vol 6 Part 1 25th February 1542, Chapuys to the Emperor, item 232

24) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p365 (Burnet History of the reformation, Vol 2 p404 Electronic version

Goodbye Queen

The End of the Spring Queen

25) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p366

26) The Spanish Chronicle Electronic version P86

Episode 6: You have my Permission (Part 1)

Succession, 1544

(1) Weir, Alison, Children of England, Pimlico, 1997 , p9

Henry Goes Shopping

2) Frieda, Leonie, Francis I: The Maker of Modern France, p289-290

3) Parker, Geoffrey, Emperor: A New Life of Charles V, p272-274

4) Parker, Geoffrey, Emperor: A New Life of Charles V, p278

5) Fraser, A Six Wives p 361

I, Howard

6) Survey of London Vol 26(1956) British History Online – Stockwell Manor Accessed here

7) The Anne Boleyn Files, guest article by Marilyn Roberts – More on the Howard Chapel and Norfolk House, Lambeth. Accessed here

8) Hutchinson, Robert, The Last Days of Henry VIII p182-183 (Letters and Papers, 1st August 1542, item 557)

9) Wikipedia is going to tell you that he was definitely her half brother , but the source it uses for half of his biography (The life and Times of Sir Thomas Gresham, John William Burgon p 125,p467-469) is very clear that the John Leigh it’s talking about is the nephew of old Sir John and therefore Katherine’s cousin. It’s got an appendix about it. Also the guy was at court just five months after her death, so more likely it was the cousin.

Not the Old Nursemaid

10) Norton, Elizabeth, Catherine Parr p62

11) Norton, Elizabeth, Catherine Parr p89

12) Starkey, David, Six Wives p693

13) Norton, Elizabeth, Catherine Parr p67-68

14) Tudor Queen 6 (Word press site with photo of original manuscript and transcript of letter) Source

Surrey Gets Out

The Battle of Solway Moss

15) English Heritage Battlefield Report: Solway Moss 1542 p1

16) English Heritage Battlefield Report: Solway Moss 1542 p4

17) English Heritage Battlefield Report: Solway Moss 1542 p5

18) The Battlefields Trust – UK Battlefields Resource Centre, Battle of Solway Moss

19) Letters and papers Vol 17 29th November 1542, item 1143 Prisoners Taken at Solway Moss.

The Aftermath of Solway Moss

Christmas 1542

20) Hutchinson, Robert, The Last Days of Henry VIII,p54

21) Weir, Alison, Henry VIII, King and Court, p461 (Hall’s Chronicle, Online version, p837)

22) Norton, Elizabeth, Catherine Parr, p68

Happy Imperial New Year

23) Parker, Geoffrey, Emperor: A New Life of Charles V,p288

Episode 6: You have my Permission (Part 2)

The Illumination of Catherine Parr

(1) Norton, Elizabeth, Catherine Parr, p58-9

q1) They’re just Holbein drawings of women at Henry’s court that have no attribution for the sitter. They are the ones Wikipedia uses for illustration of Maud and Anne. They are the right respective ages, from I think the right periods, to be Maud and Anne, but there’s really no positive evidence for that connection. The portrait of Katherine used to be identified as Lady Jane Grey and dated later, and William’s Holbein has always been William’s Holbein.

2) Porter, Linda, Katherine the Queen p25

3) Porter, Linda, Katherine the Queen p34-5. Elizabeth’s letter at The Anne Boleyn Files

4) Norton, Elizabeth, Catherine Parr p15

q) Porter, Linda, Katherine the Queen p269

5) Porter, Linda, Katherine the Queen p38-41 (There were two Lord Dacres in England. This was the northern one. The guy who Henry had executed in 1541 was Lord Dacre of the South.)

6) Porter, Linda, Katherine the Queen p53

7) Norton, Elizabeth, Catherine Parr p58 (Letters and Papers, Volume 12, Part 2, 16th June 1537, Item 101, Norfolk to Cromwell)

8) Norton, Elizabeth, Catherine Parr p34 (Letters and papers, Volume 12 Part 1, 20th January 1537, Item 173 (Lord Latimer to the Lord Admiral)

9) Norton, Elizabeth, Catherine Parr p55

A B Plot Thickens

10) Starkey, David, Six Wives, The Queens of Henry VIII p721

11) Starkey, David, Six Wives, The Queens of Henry VIII p723

A Matter of Pleats and Sleeves

12) Starkey, David, Six Wives, The Queens of Henry VIII, p710 and explained in footnotes p815

Porter, Linda, Katherine the Queen, p118-9

Letters and Papers, Volume 18 Part 1, 21st April 1543, item 443

13) And the Letters and Papers are the digitised version of an effort to preserve early government documents by Her Majesty’s Stationary Office (HMSO) that started in the Victorian era and went on for decades. The letters and papers of Henry VIII’s reign were gone through, some were transcribed, some summarised, quite a lot of Katherine Howard got redacted, and then they were officially published. So that if anything happened to the originals, a record would survive. These published books got digitised and the Henry sections are available online for free so any nerd with way too many books about the Tudors and an internet connection can access it.

14) Norton, Elizabeth, Catherine Parr, p73, Weir, Alison, Henry VIII King and Court p462, Fraser, Antonia, The Six Wives of Henry VIII p366-7

q3) Starkey also points out it might not have been paid until Katherine was queen because that’s when Thomas Arundell would have started authorising bills as her chamberlain.

War Were Declared

15) Parker, Geoffrey, Emperor: A New Life of Charles V, Yale 2020 p288, Fraser, Antonia, The Six Wives of Henry VIII p361

16) Fraser, Antonia, The Six Wives of Henry VIII p361 (Letters and papers, May 1544, Item 609 France and the Venetians)

Forgive Me Patriarchy

17) Porter, Linda, Katherine the Queen p284-290

Council Meeting

On The Run

What we do in the Shadows

18) Calendar of State papers, Spain. Vol 6 part 1, 25th Feb 1542 item 232 Chapuys explains the act, not many women seeking the role.

(Text of the act in Letters and papers 16th Jan 1542, item 28, II, Parliament C21)

Come and See the Violence Inherent in the System

19) Simon Haynes, Dean of Exeter arrested 17th March, Philip Hoby 18th March, Starkey six wives p 723

20) Hutchinson, Robert, The Last Days of Henry VIII p98

21) Hutchinson, Robert, The Last Days of Henry VIII, p98 , Starkey six wives p724-5( Anecdotes and Character of Archbishop Cranmer by Ralph Morice, His Secretary- Published as Narratives of the Reformation, available online, p 252)

Dinner is served

22) Porter, Linda, Katherine the Queen p140

After Party

Episode 7: Sixth and Final Wife (Part 1)

Title Adjustment

Are We Invading France Yet?

(1) Scard, Margaret, Edward Seymour: Lord Protector p-46-7

2)Porter, Linda, Katherine the Queen p153

Six

3) Porter, Linda, Katherine the Queen p143

4) Letters and Papers Vol 18 Part i, 12th July 1543, item 873 The King’s Marriage.

Four Reacts

5) Letters and papers Vol 17, 17th January 1543 item 35 Marillac to the Queen of Navarre