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Jane [née Jane Seymour]locked

(1508/9–1537)
  • Barrett L. Beer

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Jane [née Jane Seymour] (1508/9–1537), queen of England, third consort of Henry VIII, was probably born at Wolf Hall, Wiltshire, the eldest daughter of ten children of Sir John Seymour (1476?–1536) of Wolf Hall, soldier and courtier, and Margery Wentworth (d...

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