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      Elizabeth Howard... Nationality: English... Mother of Anne Boleyn and Maternal Grandmother of Queen Elizabeth I... Lifespan: 1486-1539... Born: Arundel Castle in Sussex... Married: Thomas Boleyn in 1499... Died: 1538 April 3... Family connections: Member of the powerful Howard family, mother of Queen Anne Boleyn and grandmother of Queen Elizabeth I... Character of Elizabeth Howard : Proud and ambitious...

    • Jessica Goodson

      Elizabeth Stafford, Duchess of Norfolk (1494 - 1558). Second wife of Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk. She was one of the two godmothers of the future Queen Elizabeth I. Her marriage was unhappy as her husband lived openly with his mistress and had Elizabeth imprisoned. True story.

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    Locket ring belonging to Queen Elizabeth I. It is said she always carried a portrait of her mother, Anne Boleyn in this ring.

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    The Princess Elizabeth, at about age fourteen. I have always preferred the fashions of this earlier Tudor Era. Note the jewelry she wears, and do follow the link to read more on the jewelry worn by the Tudor upper classes.

    Tudor Bedroom, Hever Castle, Edenbridge, Kent (given to Anne of Cleves, 4th wife of Henry VIII after their annulment)

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    Elizabeth I burial is in Westminster Abbey, her sister Mary is buried beneath her in this tomb - ironic that they should be buried together as it were. Westminster Abbey = one of my favourite places to visit in London.