In OTL Henry VIII was seriously injured when he fell from his horse during a joust on 15 January 1536. What would have been the consequencies for English history if he had died from his injuries? I assume his elder daughter Mary (born 18 Februry 1516) would succeed him to the English throne, though I expect there would be a power struggle between the Catholic and Protestant factions at court. If Mary and the Catholic party gain and keep control, Mary would have returned England to its allegiance to Rome. There would not have been the dissolution of the monasteries in 1536 and 1539. Presumably Thomas Cranmer would have been removed as Archbishop of Canterbury, and probably tried for heresy. Because Protestantism was less established in 1536, fewer Protestants would have burnt for heresy if Mary became Queen in 1536 than in her reign (1553-1558) in OTL. Who are likely husbands for Mary? Though she did not have any children from her marriage with Philip II of Spain in OTL, she is now 18 years younger, and more likely to bear children. When she dies in 1558 her eldest surviving child would succeed her as monarch. If she has no surviving children, presumably Elizabeth, the daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn would have become Queen. There would be no Edward VI and no Book Of Common Prayer in 1549 and 1552. What would have happened to Anne Boleyn? In OTL she was not arrested, tried and executed for adultery and treason until May 1536. With Henry's death would she have been safe?