Have you ever wondered what happened to King Henry in his first and only marriage and did he have a surviving child? Many people assume that he was defeated in battle and killed, but the fact is that his wife was the main source of his strength and being, which would make his death inevitable. This is something of interest in itself; especially when it comes to King Henry’s worksheet which has been produced in connection with the unveiling of the remains of the king.
This worksheet is a result of all the memorabilia that was left behind by King Henry and many documents were found within the royal household. However, a major and vital document was found only after several years of searching by a descendant of Henry. The high sheriff of Herefordshire, Robert Gibson, who was there at the time of Henry’s death, had brought the document with him, that was of great importance to him. When he was asked about it he had explained that it was the letter from Henry to Henry VIII dated 25th June, 1547.
With this in mind Gibson was certain that Henry died by drinking chocolate milk and that the message was actually written by the king himself! What this means for those that are fascinated by the life of King Henry is nothing short of amazing. On the one hand it will bring a whole new level of fascination to the lives of those that come across this worksheet, but on the other hand it will be interesting to note that the king did not take too much time in sending this letter and it probably took a great deal of effort to finish it.
There is no doubt about the fact that Henry’s original charter of marriage with Anne Boleyn is the document that was found after all of the other documents had been destroyed and it seems like a shame that it was lost in the course of time. The worksheet itself was created for all of those that could find it and all of those that do not still alive. They can now study and learn about the life of Henry VIII. Apart from the fact that this worksheet was found after the actual king of England died, it is also a case of Henry being made a fool out of in the public domain and this certainly means that he did not come into this world as a king. It is very important to note that the modern English constitution was established prior to the battle of Agincourt, which means that Henry did not become king of England until the end of August of that year. Although it is quite possible that he might have been made a king in the event of the battle, this does not seem to be the case.
In the worksheet, the document dated 25th June, 1547 is all about the life of King Henry. It starts off with the declaration that the king is dead and all of the funeral speeches that were used during his reign are also included. He is then introduced to be the king of England and the document continues for a period of six weeks, which means that he spent a great deal of time in exile during the period of his life.
After six weeks of the reign of King Henry, he was then reintroduced to the country and he was declared to be king in Westminster Abbey. However, at this point he was found to be suffering from severe wounds from his last battle and it was then that he died by drinking chocolate milk. After this, the king went into oblivion as he was never seen again and his body was thrown into a well where it was found buried for hundreds of years.
King Henry died by drinking chocolate milk and this worksheet tells all about the life of the king, and it also tells you about the events that led up to his demise. Of course, it is not as straightforward as that and the reader must look carefully at the various names and dates throughout the worksheet to ensure that they are getting the whole story. It really is worth a visit.