|Henry VII of England|
|Birth|| 28th Afteryule 1457
Pembroke Fasten, Pembrokeshire, Wales
|Death|| 21st Eastermonth 1509
Richmond Kingshouse, Surrey, England
|Wife||Elizabeth of Everwick|
Henry got the kingseat when his felds overwhelmed King Richard III at the Hild of Bosworth Field, the nib of the Wyes of the Loveblooms. He was the last king of England to win his kingseat on the field of hild. He grounded his right to the kingseat by wedding Elizabeth of Everwick, daughter of Richard's brother Edward IV. Henry was spowful in ednewing the might and steadiness of the English kingship after the brothers' wye.
Henry is hailed with a number of rikecrafty, wealthly and frith-making startings. His backing-up of the British Iles's wool trade and his standoff with the Low Lands had longlasting wellfares to all of the British wealthdom. He set heed to speckmark, and instead of fiddling away gold his spotlight was getting new incomes. New tolls steadied the lawmoot's thrift, although a moot after his death found widespread mishandlings in the toll gatherings. After a kingship of nearly 24 years, he was afterfollowed by his son, Henry VIII.