Wow, that is very interesting, "cattrips"! The Meredyth Dynasty. I think that Tudor sounds better. Was "Tewdr" the original spelling of it?
I like each of Henry VIII's wives for different reasons; Catherine of Aragon for the same reason as 'stacey' said, I admire her for that; Anne Boleyn I'm not so sure about...I mean, she's the most famous, but she was a bit of a social climber it seems, and I feel sorry for poor COA having put up with Henry for all that time, and then being kicked out, so to speak, by Anne...Jane Seymour I don't know enough about to form much of an opinion on...Anne of Cleves, I like very much, she seems to have been a very kind, warm-hearted person. Katherine (or Catherine? Or Kathryn?) Howard I sympathize with, she was so naive and didn't deserve to die at only 20! Catherine Parr I admire as well, for her patience with Henry, a steady sort of person, I think, and a good last wife for him, more of a nurse. And I like the fact that she was good friends with his children.
And of course, Elizabeth Tudor, the last Tudor queen, a great personality and interesting person...
Oh, and poor little Lady Jane Grey...I don't know very much about her, but she went through so much, with her parents not being very kind to her, and then becoming queen so young! She was only sixteen when she died, right?