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A board dedicated to the life and legacy of Queen Anne Boleyn, (1533-36) the great love of King Henry VIII's life, and mother to Queen Elizabeth I of England (1558-1603).

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Thornbury Castle in Gloucestershire, where Anne Boleyn and Henry VIII stayed in 1535 while on their west country progress.

Thornbury Castle, Gloucestershire

Thornbury Castle in Gloucestershire, where Anne Boleyn and Henry VIII stayed in 1535 while on their west country progress.

Anne Boleyn: The Scandal of Christendom. The Love of the King. The Queen is Dead.

TOUCH ME & YOU'LL BURN

Anne Boleyn: The Scandal of Christendom. The Love of the King. The Queen is Dead.

Anne Boleyn's Irish Roots - Lady Margaret Butler and the Butlers of Kilkenny Castle - The Anne Boleyn Files

As today is St Patrick’s Day – Happy St Patrick’s Day to all our Irish visitors! – I thought it was only fitting to look at Anne Boleyn’s Irish roots. “Anne Boleyn was Irish?!”, I hear you cry! Well, no, but she was descended from a noble family’s whose family seat was in Ireland through […]

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History Pinners Unite!

On this day (May 2nd) in 1536, Queen Anne Boleyn was arrested on (trumped up) charges of adultery and incest and brought to the Tower of London. IMAGE: The Tower of London Facebook Page.

On this day (May 2nd) in 1536, Queen Anne Boleyn was arrested on (trumped up) charges of adultery and incest and brought to the Tower of London. IMAGE: The Tower of London Facebook Page.

Unlike her cousin Anne Boleyn, poor Katherine has no family relations around her to advise her; her only friend was Lady Jane Rochford, and her companionship did not prove to be of comfort in the end (both were executed together for treasonous activity on February 13th, 1542). IMAGE: Illustration of Jane Boleyn, Lady Rochford.

Jane Rochford

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2 May 1536 - The Arrest of Queen Anne Boleyn - The Anne Boleyn Files

It appears that Anne Boleyn was watching a game of real tennis on 2nd May when a messenger arrived telling her that the King had ordered her to present herself to his privy council. Anne Boleyn left the tennis match and presented herself in the council chamber in front of a royal commission consisting of […]

Jane Boleyn: The Infamous Lady Rochford - Guest Post - The Anne Boleyn Files

Today we have a guest post from author and historian, Julia Fox, who wrote “Jane Boleyn: The Infamous Lady Rochford” and who has just released Sister Queens: Katherine of Aragon and Juana Queen of Castile: Katherine of Aragon and Juana Archduchess of Burgundy. I was fortunate enough to meet Julia, and her husband John Guy, […]

27 October 1532 - Anne Boleyn in masking apparel - The Anne Boleyn Files

On 25th October 1532, Henry VIII and Francis I, King of France, arrived at Calais, which was English territory at the time to continue their talks and to meet with Anne Boleyn, Marquis of Pembroke, Henry’s queen-in-waiting. After his arrival in Calais, Francis sent Anne Boleyn a diamond via the Provost of Paris, but Anne […]

‎On this day‬ (Feb 13th) in 1542, Katherine Howard, 5th wife of Henry VIII, was executed for alleged adultery & treason, and her accomplice, Lady Jane Rochford, was executed as well.

‎On this day‬ (Feb 13th) in 1542, Katherine Howard, 5th wife of Henry VIII, was executed for alleged adultery & treason, and her accomplice, Lady Jane Rochford, was executed as well.

The Clonony Boleyn Girls - The Anne Boleyn Files

To celebrate St Patrick’s Day I tend to write about Anne Boleyn’s links to Ireland, but today I’m going to focus on the legend that links George Boleyn to Clonony Castle in County Offaly, Ireland, a castle that was built by the MacCoghlan clan in the early 1500s. The following article is based on part […]