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Anne Boleyn
b. AD 150 – d. May 19, 1536 • Queen
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Anne Boleyn
Anne Boleyn (?1501–36), second Queen of *Henry VIII. A daughter of Sir Thomas Boleyn, she spent her youth at the Netherlands and French Courts, and came to the English Court in 1521. Her charm, intelligence, and strong personality won her many admirers; from 1526 these included Henry, who was tiring
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Boleyn, Anne
Boleyn, Anne(1507?–36). The second wife of King Henry VIII of England (ruled 1509–47) was Anne Boleyn. She gave birth to the future Queen Elizabeth I. The events surrounding the annulment of Henry’s marriage to his first wife, Catherine of Aragon, and his marriage to Anne led Henry to break with the
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Boleyn, Anne
Boleyn (Anne) (1507–1536).—Queen of England; the second wife of Henry VIII. of England,—whom she married on or about Jan. 25th, 1533,—and mother of Queen Elizabeth. She was the daughter of Sir Thomas Boleyn, later Earl of Wiltshire and Ormond. She was condemned to death on a charge of adultery and incest,
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Boleyn, Anne
BOLEYN, ANNE (c. 1507–1536)English queen whose marriage to King Henry VIII played a role in the separation of the Anglican Church from Roman CatholicismHenry wanted a male heir, so he decided to end his eighteen-year marriage with Catherine of Aragon, whose sons had all died in infancy, and marry Anne,