Visual Timeline: Pilgrimage of Grace

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1509 CE - 1547 CE: Reign of Henry VIII of England.
1532 CE: Sir Thomas More resigns as Lord Chancellor over Henry VIII of England's plans to remarry.
1533 CE: Henry VIII of England marries his second wife, Anne Boleyn, in secret.
1533 CE: Thomas Cranmer, the Archbishop of Canterbury formally annuls Henry VIII of England’s marriage to Catherine of Aragon.
1533 CE: Anne Boleyn, second wife of Henry VIII of England, is crowned Queen of England.
1534 CE: The Act of Supremacy declares Henry VIII of England the head of the Church in England and not the Pope.
1535 CE: Sir Thomas More is executed for refusing to acknowledge Henry VIII of England as the head of the Church in England.
1536 CE: Henry VIII of England and Thomas Cromwell push a bill through Parliament which begins the Dissolution of the Monasteries in England and Wales.
1536 CE: The Pilgrimage of Grace, a popular uprising against religious changes made by Henry VIII of England, marches in the north of England.
1537 CE: Henry VIII of England executes 178 of the protestors involved in the Pilgrimage of Grace.
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