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1

What are the main themes around nature

Whose rebellion was it – commons, clergy, gentry
Was it spontaneous or planned
What tactics were used, was it violent

2

The rebellion was planned because

There were nine separate armies and pin badges

3

It was a gentry rebellion because

Only the gentry would have the ability and connections to organise such a large scale rising

4

Which rebel demands only appealed to the gentry

The statue of uses

5

Who was most affected by changes in Royal policy and the increase in influence of the Duke of Suffolk in Lincolnshire

The gentry

6

Which men who had key roles in the rebellion had court connections

Hussey and Darcy

7

Who did the gentry resent as they lost positions at court to

Thomas Cromwell and Anne Boleyn

8

The rebels the Demands attacked which men

Cromwell, Richard Rich, Thomas Audley

9

The names of Cromwell and Rich would not have been familiar to the

Commons therefore it can be seen as a gentry rebellion

10

The gentry argued that they were

Coerced into joining the rebellion but this was an excuse of their behaviour after the rising had failed. Otherwise they’d be tortured

11

The nine host armies began as a

Protest of the people

12

How many people were in the rebellion and what class did they mostly make up

40,000 people Who were mostly commons

13

The common is believed that the gentry would

Best articulate their views

14

The original name of the pilgrimage of grace was

Pilgrimage for Grace for the Commonwealth

15

The aims of the rebels went to protect the Commonwealth hence the demands on

Taxation, tenants rights and the wealth of local churches and monasteries

16

Which person in the gentry did not have the influence the local society to raise such numbers

Hussey

17

The gentry try to control the rebellion and prevent it becoming

Violent

18

Who played a significant role in the rising and where most hit by religious changes

The clergy and monks

19

Who supplied money for the rising in Lincolnshire

The clergy supplied money to the rebels at Louth

20

Who join the rising armed and horsed

Monks

21

Who originally lead the Lincolnshire rising

The cobbler Nicholas Melton Encouraged by the priest at Louth