1: The Six Wives of King Henry the VII
2: Catherine of Aragon Fray Alfonso de Villa Sancta, a learned friar dedicated his book, De Liberio Arbitrio adversus Melanchthone, he was able to nominate her as a "Defender of the Faith" for denying Luther's arguments.
4: Anne Bolyne Anne Boleyn did indeed play an important role in England's international position by solidifying an alliance with France. She established an excellent rapport with the French ambassador, Gilles de la Pommeraie.
6: Jane Seymour Politically, Seymour appears to have been conservative. Her only reported involvement in national affairs, in 1536, was when she asked for pardons for participants in the Pilgrimage of Grace
8: Anne Cleves Even after the annulment, Henry and Anne became good friends she was an honorary member of the King's family and was referred to as "the King's Beloved Sister"
10: Catherine Howard Early in 1541, Catherine embarked upon a romance with Henry's favorite male courtier, Thomas Culpeper, a young man who, according to Dereham's testimony "had succeeded [him] in the Queen's affections
12: Catherine Parr Catherine's strong reaction against the rebellion strengthened her adherence to the reformed church.