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Tudor Place: Complete genealogical and biographical information on each of the Tudor monarchs, as well as Elizabeth of York, each of Henry VIII's wives, Henry Fitzroy, and Lady Jane Grey. Includes links to information about the era and other related material (similar sites)

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