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  About Anne BOLEYN (M. Pembroke / Queen of England)
Anne Boleyn was probably born in 1500 or 1501.
Anne spent part of her childhood at the court of the Archduchess Margaret of Austria, the regent of the Netherlands.
Anne was banished from the royal court after the abrupt ending of her romance with Percy and did not return until 1524 or 1525.
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  England Under The Tudors: Queen Anne Boleyn (c.1507-1536)
Anne Boleyn, however, remained unmarried, and a series of grants and favours bestowed by King Henry VIII on her father between 1522 and 1525 have been taken, though very doubtfully, as a symptom of the king's affections.
Anne had no intention of being the king's mistress; she meant to be his queen, and her conduct seems to have been governed entirely by motives of ambition.
Anne Boleyn's Descent from the Earls of Ormonde
www.luminarium.org /encyclopedia/anneboleyn.htm   (1550 words)

  
 Biographies of Great Men & Women of England, Wales and Scotland
Anne Boleyn, the second Queen of Henry VIII, was the daughter of Sir Thomas Boleyn, afterwards Earl of Wiltshire, and Lady Elizabeth Howard.
Anne was thus the maternal niece of Henry's courtier-statesman, the Duke of Norfolk.
Anne was sought in marriage by the heir of the Percys and was perhaps privately contracted to him.
www.britannia.com /bios/aboleyn.html   (374 words)

  
 Anne Boleyn and Henry VIII - Miscellaneous Facts
Little is known of Anne's earlier years, and since most of her life was either undocumented, or documented in a hostile manner by her enemies (it was ill-advised - perhaps even treasonous - to speak well of her after her death), it is difficult to know what truly happened in a number of instances.
Anne spent about two years in the Netherlands (the "low countries") as a member of the court of Margaret of Austria, who had developed a friendship with Anne's father, Thomas Boleyn, while he was serving as a diplomat.
Anne was said to have been an impressive musician and songwriter, and some sources suggested her melodies may have borrowed characteristics from Spanish music (Henry VIII's first wife, Katherine of Aragon, was Spanish, and her court probably lent that influence).
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  Anne Boleyn - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Boleyn was the daughter of Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire and 1st Earl of Ormonde, and his wife Lady Elizabeth Boleyn (born Lady Elizabeth Howard), daughter of the 2nd Duke of Norfolk.
Anne's sister, Mary Boleyn, had previously been King Henry's short-term mistress, during the time that she was married to Sir William Carey, a gentleman of the king's Privy Chamber.
Anne Boleyn's handwriting in 1514, used as speculative evidence of her year of birth.
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 Anne Boleyn - MSN Encarta
After spending the years 1519 to 1521 at the French court, Anne returned to England and was courted by the heir to the earldom of Northumberland and by the king himself.
Anne was crowned in June and in September gave birth to the future queen Elizabeth I.
On May 2, 1536, Anne was imprisoned in the Tower of London on charges of adultery with her brother, three gentlemen of the privy chamber, and a musician of the court and of conspiring with these men against the king’s life.
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 BBC - History - Anne Boleyn (c.1504 - c.1536)
Anne was the second wife of King Henry VIII and the mother of Queen Elizabeth I. Henry's desire to divorce his first wife and marry Anne was one of the complex factors which contributed to the English Reformation.
Anne's father was the courtier and diplomat Sir Thomas Boleyn and her mother, Elizabeth, was the daughter of the Duke of Norfolk.
Anne spent some of her childhood at the court of the Archduchess Margaret in the Netherlands and then at the French court.
www.bbc.co.uk /history/historic_figures/boleyn_anne.shtml   (342 words)

  
 Anne Boleyn
Anne was sent back to her father's native country of Ireland, only to be summoned back in 1522 to the English court as a lady in waiting to Henry's first wife, Queen Catherine.
Anne Boleyn's downfall and the accusations, including one of an incestuous relationship with her brother George, made against her, are all discussed.
Anne was said to have to, "fly from an irate mob of thousands of women (Hackett,219)." Although the information concerning Anne Boleyn is included in a brief section dedicated to her, the information is worth reading and provides the reader with some interesting details surrounding the relationship between Henry and Anne.
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 Anne Boleyn: Biography, Portraits, Primary Sources
Anne Boleyn is one of the most famous queens in English history, though she ruled for just three years.
Anne Boleyn: A New Life of England's Tragic Queen by Joanna Denny was published in the UK in April 2004.
When Anne avoided Henry's company, was sullen and evasive to him, he sent her from court; he hoped that a few months in the country would persuade her of his charms.
englishhistory.net /tudor/monarchs/boleyn.html   (4881 words)

  
 BBC - History - Anne Boleyn and the Downfall of her Family
Anne Boleyn was the first English queen to be publicly executed.
Anne, the youngest of the sisters, was extremely close to her brother George but possibly had a more distant relationship with her elder sister Mary, exacerbated by the fact that the latter became a discarded mistress of Henry.
Anne arrived back in England when she was about twenty and was immediately placed in the household of Henry's wife, Katherine of Aragon, as maid of honour.
www.bbc.co.uk /history/british/tudors/anne_boleyn_01.shtml   (432 words)

  
 Courtly Lives ... Anne Boleyn
Ann Boleyn was the daughter of Thomas Boleyn (1487-1538/9), Earl of Wiltshire and Ormond, and Elizabeth Howard, daughter of Thomas Howard (1443-1524), the second Duke of Norfolks and the Earl of Surrey).
Anne was angry at her father for using her as a pawn, and at Henry for stopping her marriage to Henry Percy.
Anne Boleyn is thought to haunt a number of English castles because of her unjust death.
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 Anne Boleyn
Anne Boleyn was the mother of Elizabeth I and the second wife of Henry VIII.
Anne spent her childhood in the court of Queen Claude of France where her father was stationed as a diplomat.
Anne refused to lower herself to the undignified role of mistress, however, and Henry was determined to marry her.
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 A Reassessment of Queen Anne Boleyn
As to the actual nature of Anne Boleyn's household, there was probably much truth in her silkwoman Jane Wilkinson's recollection that the Queen's ladies were constantly occupied in charitable works so that there was never 'any leisure to follow such pastimes as daily seen now-a-days in princes' courts'.
As Anne Boleyn's elevation was tied to Reform and the repression of the Roman Church, she was aptly clothed as a sort of Jezebel by a hostile witness.
Despite its long and popular claim as a portrait of Anne Boleyn, the Bradford Holbein drawing of a lady (British Museum) is now generally dismissed as a picture of her.
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 Anne Boleyn: Villain or Victim?
Anne Boleyn, second wife of the notorious King Henry VIII, mother of Queen Elizabeth I. Was she really the villainous adulterer she was painted or was she a political victim?  Take a look as we hunt down the clues.
Anne Boleyn is a truly complex women that stands out in the annals of history where women were often overlooked or their importance downplayed.
Anne was purported to have six fingers on one hand, although there is some speculation that this was a rumor generated to lend credence to the accusation that she was a witch.
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 Before the Glory: Anne Boleyn Before Henry VIII
Anne Boleyn was born sometime between 1501 and 1507, though it is impossible to be certain of the exact year.
Thomas Boleyn, Anne's father, was heir to the Boleyn and Hoo estates, and married a daughter of the earl of Surrey.
Anne Boleyn apparently journeyed to France in 1514 to become a lady-in-waiting to Mary Tudor when she traveled across the Channel to wed Louis XII.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/tudor_england/20682   (313 words)

  
 Queen Elizabeth I - Anne Boleyn
Anne Boleyn was the daughter of Sir Thomas Boleyn and Elizabeth Howard, daughter of the Duke of Norfolk.
Anne Boleyn was of average height, had small breasts and a long, elegant neck.
Anne Boleyn is thought to have showed disinterest in the King until negotiations for a divorce from Catherine of Aragon were initiated.
www.queen-elizabeth-i.com /Anne_Boleyn.html   (428 words)

  
 Anne Boleyn's Story
Anne Boleyn was in her early to mid-twenties when she attracted King Henry's attention, in about the year 1525.
Anne became bitter and angry, possibly for all her life, that she was denied her true love in marriage.
Anne Boleyn is remembered for her brilliance, glamour, elegance, and for the incredible hold she held on King Henry for such a long time.
www.royalpaperdolls.com /ABStory.htm   (1527 words)

  
 Anne Boleyn
Anne Boleyn, however, remained unmarried, and a series of grants and favors bestowed by Henry on her father between 1522 and 1525 have been taken, though very doubtfully, as a symptom of the king's affections.
Unlike her sister Mary, who had fallen a victim to Henry's solicitations, Anne had no intention of being the king's mistress; she meant to be his queen, and her conduct seems to have been governed entirely by motives of ambition.
Every year since her marriage Anne had given birth to a child, and Henry had no reason to despair of more; while, if Henry's state of health was such as was reported, the desire for children, which Anne shared with him, may be urged as an argument for her guilt.
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 Anne Boleyn
Anne feared that Henry might go back to Catherine if the marriage could not be annulled and Anne would have wasted time that she could have used to make an advantageous marriage.
Anne took to her chamber, according to custom, on August 26, 1533 and on September 7, at about 3:00 in the afternoon, the Princess Elizabeth was born.
Anne's body and head were put into an arrow chest and buried in an unmarked grave in the Chapel of St. Peter ad Vincula which adjoined the Tower Green.
tudorhistory.org /boleyn   (2135 words)

  
 ::Anne Boleyn::
Anne, now in her early 30’s, had a sharp tongue on her and had made enemies at court.
In fact, Anne was unaware of what charges she faced until she actually arrived in the hall at the Tower of London where her trial was to take place.
However, there is no proof that Anne wrote this poem and it is almost certain that Kingston would have had some knowledge of it as Anne was constantly watched by her female 'guards'.
www.historylearningsite.co.uk /anne_boleyn.htm   (683 words)

  
 Anne BOLEYN : les sites dédiés à Anne BOLEYN - Annuaire-Celebrite.com
Anne Boleyn (~1507 - 19 mai 1536) était la seconde femme d'Henry VIII et l'une des reines les plus connues de l'histoire du royaume.
Elle était la fille de Thomas Boleyn, comte de Wiltshire et de Elisabeth Howard.
Il demanda à Anne de lui donner un héritier, mais elle n'eut qu'un seul enfant vivant...
www.annuaire-celebrite.com /celebrite/1896/boleyn/anne_boleyn.php   (195 words)

  
 1517-1564: The Reformation.
This is the year Henry meets pretty Anne Boleyn.
Henry VIII executes Anne Boleyn and marries Jane Seymour.
Henry VIII marries and divorces Anne of Cleves, executes the now-unpopular Thomas Cromwell, and marries Katherine Howard.
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 Anne Boleyn — FactMonster.com
and mother of Elizabeth I. She was the daughter of Sir Thomas Boleyn, later earl of Wiltshire and Ormonde, and on her mother's side she was related to the Howard family.
Unlike her sister, however, Anne refused to become his mistress, and this fact, coupled with Henry's desire for a male heir, led the king to begin divorce proceedings against
In 1536, after the miscarriage of a son, Anne was brought to trial on charges of adultery and incest.
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 Saint Anne Boleyn - A Queen in Heaven!!
Saint Anne Boleyn's grandfather was Hibernian (Irish) and because of the Anglo-Norman Roman Catholic invasion of 1172; the 2 kingdoms were united.
Boleyn's brother-in-law, the Earl of Surrey, agreed to lay the proposal before the King, whose consent was necessary in such matters.
Anne, of course, was not consulted, and no one thought to question whether she would be happy to exchange the sophistication of the French court for a primitive (Kilkenny) castle in Ireland" (Weir, The Six Wives of Henry VIII, p.154).
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 Anne Boleyn studies
The goal of this group is discuss the life of Anne Boleyn from a strictly scholarly basis.
Anne Boleyn is an important figure of British History and deserves attention as a fundamental part of the English Reformation and the mother of Elizabeth I. New Messages
I sincerely don't believe it's Anne; I think the Wyatt crest on the back on the sketch indicates that it's probably one of the two sisters, Margaret or Mary, who were in Anne's household.
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