Thomas Seymour
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Thomas Seymour (abt. 1508 - 1548)

Thomas "1st Baron Seymour of Sudeley" Seymour
Born about in Wolf Hall, Wiltshire, Englandmap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married 3 Mar 1546 [location unknown]
Father of
Died in Tower Hill, Tower of London, Middlesex, Englandmap
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Thomas Seymour [Baron Seymour]


ABT 1508 Wolf Hall, WIL, England


3 Mar 1546/7 Catherine Parr, Queen of England (Widow of King Henry VIII)


05 SEP 1548 Tower Hill, Tower Of London, MDX, England
20 Mar 1548/49 Tower Hill, Tower of London, Middlesex, England


Tower of London, Middlesex, England

Thomas Seymour 1st Baron Seymour of Sudeley. The suffix 1st Baron Seymour of Sudeley is non-traditional and may be too long for the WikiTree suffix.

Born ABT 1508. Wiltshire, England. [1]

Died Mar 28 1549. Tower Hamlets, Kent, England. [2]

Buried Tower Hamlets, Kent, England. [3]


  1. Source: #S25683884 Stephen, Sir Leslie, ed.; London, England: Oxford University Press; Dictionary of National Biography
  2. Source: #S25683955
  3. Source: #S25683997

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Catherine, Thomas, and Mary should not all have the same death date.
posted by Sandra (Emmons) DeTora
My 8th cousin 13 times removed.
posted by [Living Parsons]

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