Anne Boleyn

Anne Boleyn

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Divorced, Beheaded, Died, Divorced, Beheaded, Survived”


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Born: Debated


Blickling Hall/ Hever Castle

A summary of arguments for 1501

A summary of arguments for 1507

Father: Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire

Mother: Lady Elizabeth Howard

AppearanceLink to Anne Boleyn’s Appearance & Demeanour

Spouse:  Married Henry VIII of England

A secret wedding ceremony probably took place on January 25 1533

Link to full article – Anne Boleyn’s marriage to Henry VIII

Marriage to Henry VIII declared valid: 28 May 1533

Coronation: 1 June 1533

Link to full article- Anne Boleyn’s coronation

Reign: 28 May 1533 – 17 May 1536

Issue: Elizabeth I of England born 7 September 1533

Link to full article- Birth of Princess Elizabeth

Link to full article – Anne Boleyn’s Final Miscarriage

Arrest: 2 May 1536

Charges: Adultery, incest and high treason

Imprisonment: Queen’s Apartments, Tower of London

Trial: 15 May 1536, Great Hall, Tower of London

Link to Reflections on Anne Boleyn’s remarks at her trial

Marriage to Henry VIII annulled: 17-18 May 1536, Thomas Cranmer declares Henry’s marriage to Anne void

Executed: 19 May 1536 (aged 29-35)

Private execution, Tower of London

Beheaded with a sword

Anne’s execution speech

Buried: 19 May 1536

Buried in an unmarked grave in the Chapel of St Peter Ad Vincula in the Tower of London

Link to full article – Where is Anne Boleyn buried?

Queen Anne Boleyn's signature

Link to biography

The Early Years

Life at Court

Anne Boleyn at the the Chateau Vert pageant

The Art of Courtly Love: Anne Boleyn and Henry VIII

Anne Boleyn Places

Anne Boleyn’s Letters

Anne Boleyn Poetry

Anne Boleyn Badges, Symbolism and Mottoes

Anne Boleyn’s jewellery

Legends of Anne Boleyn- Anne Boleyn’s Heart

Was Anne Boleyn Buried at Salle Church?

Ghost of Anne Boleyn

Recommended Biographies

Ives, E. The Life and Death of Anne Boleyn, 2004.

Weir, A. The Lady in the Tower: The Fall of Anne Boleyn, 2009.

More books about Anne Boleyn at On the Tudor Trail’s Bookstore


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