As the King lay dying at Westminster, important men, men of the council, either whispered in dark hallways at the palace, or in their homes, about the future of England.
While gathering evidence for my case to prove Thomas Seymour’s innocence (where I can), I discovered there are a couple of missing depositions in State Papers. Ones that are listed as being done, but not printed. These depositions are only available at Longleat House in Wiltshire and must be accessed in person. Due to geographicContinue reading “An Army of 10,000 Men”