A Man for All Seasons Robert Bolt. Henry VIII and Sir Thomas More. “The King’s good servant, but God’s servant first” -Sir Thomas More on himself. February 7, 1478 - Thomas More was born in London.
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However, Henry wasn't as keen on a Spanish alliance, but he was forced to repudiate the betrothal.
1515 - dowry, so 14 months after her husband's death, she was betrothed to the future Henry VIII, who was too young to marry at the time.Thomas Wolsey became chancellor and head of both state and church under Henry.
1518 - More became a member of the Wittenberg Cathedral. These were stated grievance against the church. This starts the Privy Council which is an executive advisory board for the King.1521 - More is knighted by Henry VIII.
1 Wittenberg Cathedral. These were stated grievance against the church. This starts the
1523 - More was made Speaker of the House of Commons. As Speaker, More helped establish the privilege of free speech.
1522 - Wittenberg Cathedral. These were stated grievance against the church. This starts the Anne Boleyn is introduced to the English court and meets Henry VIII. Anne refuses to become his mistress.
1532 - probably his disagreement with Henry's stance toward the church.Thomas Cromwell had become the king's chief minister and was responsible for drafting most of the acts of Parliament.
Oath of Supremacy probably his disagreement with Henry's stance toward the church. - Parliament confirms the Henry VIII is the Supreme Head of the Church of England. This cancels the Pope's authority in England and gives the king the right to reform the church.