Scan of handwritten document including signature of King Henry VIII.

Perhaps Britain’s best-known monarch, King Henry VIII’s distinctive signature can be seen at the top left of this 1532 document, which grants John Tregian the right to move the “Church of Saynt Key to a more convenient site”. (CY/6397)

Sinans diblans a’n myghtern Breten yw martesen an moyha aswonnys, an Myghtern Henri VIII, a yll bos gwelys a-barth kledh dhe benn an skriven ma a 1532, hag a gront dhe Yowan Tregian an gwir dhe removya an “eglos a Sen Ke dhe le moy parys”. (CY/6397)

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