Contact Us

The Henry Tudor Society encourages interaction and can be contacted in four ways;



Twitter; @HenryTudorSoc


If you have anything to ask or a question you need answering, then drop us a line and we’ll get back to you!

3 thoughts on “Contact Us

  1. Hi I am one of King Henry the VII’s 13th great grand daughters. I have never been to England and would love to get some info on up coming events for next year. I would love to walk where this great man walked. I am deeply amazed I am connected to him. My email address is Thanks!!! Holly Sallee Scott from Florida USA

    1. You must visit Winchcombe in the Cotswolds, the home of Sudeley Castle where Catherine Parr is buried. Lots to see and do around that area with beautiful countryside to walk, pretty villages and old English pubs.

  2. Although many believe the Tudors had no claim to the English throne people forget that there was no written law in those days as to the right of succession. It was generally accepted you could rule by any one of three means.

    1. Being the eldest male heir (female where appropriate)
    2. By invitation of parliament (i.e. James 1; George 1;)
    3. By combat (i.e. William the Conqueror)

    Henry V11 ascended the throne through via the latter clause and therefore had a perfect right to sit on the throne.

    Richard 111 on the other hand did not adhere to the above and simply usurped the title from the rightful heirs.

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