Kingdom of England Flag - England
Kingdom of England
Real Name: Kingdom of England
King: Henry Tudor

Edward Tudor

Queen: Elizabeth Tudor

Mary Tudor
Lady Jane Grey (Disputed)
Anne Boleyn
Catherine of Aragon

Nobles: Captain John Hawkins

Lord Robert Dudley
Lady Amy Dudley
Lord William Cecil
Lord Nicholas
Lord Akers
Lord Simon Westbrook
Lady Annabelle
Lady Mary Boleyn
Lady Donatella (Marriage)
Gideon Blackburn
Agatha Blackburn

Location: London, England

The Tower of London‏
York, England
Calais (Former)

Houses: House of Tudor

House of Stuart

Affiliations: Kingdom of France Flag - France

Kingdom of Spain Flag - Spain Kingdom of Portugal Flag - Portugal

First Appearance: Burn

The Kingdom of England is a strong and independent kingdom. Most of the English people were born and raised in the Roman Catholic faith, until King Henry VIII cut ties with The Catholic Church and created the Church of England to marry Anne Boleyn. The country is now divided between Catholics and Protestants, and ruled by Queen Elizabeth.


Early lifeEdit

Pope Clement VII refused to annul the marriage of Henry VIII, so he could marry Anne Boleyn, thus prompting the English Reformation, and creation of the Church of England.

King Henry VIII was the King of England and had six wives in his lifetime. The most famous being Anne Boleyn. He divorced his first wife Catherine of Aragon to re-marry Anne Boleyn, hoping she could give him a son. The Catholic Church in Rome would not permit him a divorce so Henry broke away from them and created the Church of England instead.

Catherine of Aragon was the first wife to the King of England for 24 years, and mother to his first living child Mary Tudor, until he grew angry with her, blaming her for not birthing a living male heir. Once he met the younger Anne Boleyn she convinced him to marry her. Catherine was then exiled after she refused to lie, and tell the world she had consummated her marriage to her first husband, Henry's older sickly brother Arthur, before his death.

Anne Boleyn was the mother of the Princess Elizabeth. Before they could marry, Anne Boleyn convinced Henry VIII to break away from the Catholic Church who refused to give him an annulment. During the 5 year waiting period, Henry VIII never took another mistress, something he was well known for prior. After producing a daughter and a still born, Henry lost interest in Anna, giving into fictitious rumours about her, and his thirst for a son. Henry VIII had her beheaded when Elizabeth was 2 years old so he could marry again, to Jane Seymour, who did give him a son, Edward VI.


* 28 November 1489
Princess Margaret Tudor is born to King Henry VII and Elizabeth of York.

* 28 June 1491
Prince Henry Tudor is born to King Henry VII and Elizabeth of York.

* 10 December 1502
Princess Margaret Tudor is married to King James IV of Scotland as part of a peace treaty.

* 21 April 1509
King Henry VII dies and Prince Henry becomes King Henry VIII of England.

* 18 February 1516
Princess Mary Tudor is born to King Henry VIII and his first wife Catherine of Aragon.

* 7 September 1533
Princess Elizabeth Tudor is born to King Henry VIII and his second wife Anne Boleyn.

* 12 October 1537
Prince Edward Tudor is born to King Henry VIII and his third wife Jane Seymour.

* 28 January 1547
King Henry VIII dies and later Prince Edward becomes King Edward VI of England.

* 19 July 1553
King Edward VI dies and Princess Mary becomes Queen Mary I of England.

* Early 1558
The French took back Calais, France.

* 17 November 1558
Queen Mary I dies and Princess Elizabeth becomes Queen Elizabeth I of England.

Conflict with ScotlandEdit

  • 1542

The Battle of Solway Moss begain when King Henry VIII requested that his nephew leave The Catholic Church with him in rebellion against the Pope. However King James V declined.

  • 1549

King Edward VI's regency council ordered an attempted assassination on the life of the young Queen of Scotland, Mary Stuart at 7 years of age, while she was living with England's current enemy France. England's attempt failed and Mary was re-located to a convent.

  • 1557

Mary Tudor made an attempt on the Scottish Queen when she was 15 years old. The English are able to located the convent she has been living at for the last six years and attempt to kill Mary Stuart by food poisoning. It is later revealed to their Queen that the attempt has failed, and Mary was moved back to the French court.

Conflict with FranceEdit

* Early 1558
Under the orders of King Henry of France, Duke of Guise takes back Calais, France. from King Henry's daughter Queen Mary Tudor.


  • Since the twelfth century, Portugal and England have been allies, the relationship has come close to breaking apart over the centuries, but still holds to present day.

Family TreeEdit

Henry Tudor VII
Elizabeth of York
Catherine of Aragon
King Henry Tudor VIII
Anne Boleyn
Mary Tudor
Margaret Tudor
Mary Tudor
Queen Elizabeth Tudor
Frances Brandon
King James Stuart
Lady Lennox
Lady Jane Grey
James Stuart
King Francis
Queen Mary Stuart
Lord Darnley
King James Stuart


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