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  • Charlotte Hunyor

    St Mary's Church, Lambeth, (now The Garden Museum) the resting place of Elizabeth (nee Howard) Boleyn, mother of Anne, Mary and George. Her brother was Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk who had "pushed" the Boleyn sisters and later Katherine Howard into Henry VIII's path.

  • Ashlie Jensen

    Did Anne Boleyn Have a Stepmother? All facts point to...no! More from Claire Ridgway of The Anne Boleyn Files: http://www.theanneboleynfiles.com/did-anne-boleyn-have-a-stepmother/ IMAGE: St Mary's Church, Lambeth, (now The Garden Museum) the resting place of Elizabeth (nee Howard) Boleyn.

  • Darra Williamson

    St Mary's Church, Lambeth (now The Garden Museum), resting place of Elizabeth (nee Howard) Boleyn, mother of Anne, Henry VIII's second wife

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