The Other Henry

The most famous king Henry was the one who turned England from Roman Christianity but the sixth Henry was known for his humility goodness and probably would have become a saint if not for the other one. He dressed in farmers boots, wearing a gown & rolled hood of a slightly rundown urban worthy. Up to the Reformation his hat could be tried on BT pilgrims to Windsor suffering from headache. HW often appeared as an unshaven pilgrim with a friendly face.

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