Edward VI


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Edward VI

1537-1553.
King of England and Ireland (1547-1553). The son of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour, he died of tuberculosis.

Edward VI

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(Biography) 1537–53, king of England (1547–53), son of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour. His uncle the Duke of Somerset was regent until 1552, when he was executed. Edward then came under the control of Dudley, Duke of Northumberland
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Noun1.Edward VI - King of England and Ireland from 1547 to 1553Edward VI - King of England and Ireland from 1547 to 1553; son of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour; died of tuberculosis (1537-1553)
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King Edward VI Aston School, King Edward VI Handsworth School, King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Boys, King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Girls, King Edward VI Five Ways School and King Edward VI Sheldon Heath Academy all confirmed that they did not even guarantee the living wage to people employed directly by the schools.
Across the Midlands as a whole, this year's results identified King Edward VI Handsworth School is the best statefunded secondary school in Birmingham and the West Midlands.
Pupils from President Kennedy, Foxford, Blue Coat and Sidney Stringer, were joined by classes from King Edward VI College in Nuneaton and Rugby High School, as well as Caroline Chisholm School in Northamptonshire.
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Callum Crozier from Prudhoe Community High School and Simon Pickles from King Edward VI School in Morpeth were elected to the Youth Parliament, with Finola Fitzpatrick from Queen Elizabeth High in Hexham and Bethany Taylor from the Northumberland Church of England Academy as their deputies.
This text explores the reigns of Edward VI and Mary and examines key issues concerning that period that have been debated by historians.
The reign of Edward VI can no longer claim to be a neglected period of Tudor historiography.
Any list of hopeless monarchs would have to include William II, John, Edward II, Richard II, Henry VI, Edward V, Edward VI, Mary I, Charles I, James II, George III, and Edward VIII.
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He was made Archbishop in 1533 and contributed substantially to the progress of the English Reformation by encouraging the circulation of the Bible in English, in the preparation of the First and Second Prayer Books of Edward VI, and in the formulation of the forty - two (now thirty - nine) Articles of Religion.
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