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  1. 1/3/2018 · Henry VIII soon lost interest in her, divorced her, and despite very little evidence against her, beheaded her for “adultery, incest, and treason.” Today, Anne Boleyn is considered to be the most famous of Henry VIII’s wives and one of the most influential players in the English Reformation.

  2. While Henry VIII won the battle for Catherine Parr’s hand in marriage, Seymour won a few battles himself in the meantime. Between 1543 and the king’s death in 1547, Seymour developed a seasoned military career: he served as a marshal of the English Army during the Italian War of 1542–46, and he also was promoted to Master-General of the Ordnance in 1544.