The House of Tudor was a royal house in Kingdom of England of Welsh origin. The House was the ruling dynasty in England from 1485 until 1601. Its first monarch was Henry VII, a descendant through his mother of a legitimised branch of the English royal House of Lancaster. The Tudor family rose to power in the wake of the Wars of the Roses, which left the House of Lancaster, to which the Tudors were aligned, extinct.
The House went extinct with the death of Isabella Tudor, who attempted to claim the throne after the death of her sister. The house was succeeded by the House of Habsburg through Anne's marriage to the Spanish monarch, Philip II, as well as the House of Valois through Mary, Queen of Scots' marriage to Francis II of France.
|1|| Henry VII|
|Elizabeth of York||22 August 1485||21 April 1509|
|2|| Henry VIII|
|Catherine of Aragon||21 April 1509||28 January 1547|
|3|| Henry IX|
|Maria, Princess of Portugal||28 January 1547||22 February 1561|
|4|| Anne I|
|Philip II of Spain||22 February 1561||6 October 1586|
|5|| Isabella Tudor|
|TBD||6 October 1586||27 February 1601|