What is Boleyn?

  • (noun): The second wife of Henry VIII and mother of Elizabeth I; was executed on a charge of adultery (1507-1536).
    Synonyms: Anne Boleyn

Boleyn

Francization of traditional English "Bullen", Boleyn is the surname of a noble English family particularly prominent in the Tudor period, members of which include:

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Anna Boleyn (film)
... Anna Boleyn is a 1920 German historical film directed by Ernst Lubitsch ... It starred Henny Porten as Anne Boleyn and Emil Jannings as King Henry VIII ...
Lady Margaret Butler - Family and Marriage
... to Henry VIII, and Margaret's son, Thomas Boleyn's, status as King's adviser ... In 1465 Margaret married Sir William Boleyn, and in total they had ten children ... Her son, the ambitious courtier Sir Thomas Boleyn, became the first Earl of Wiltshire and by his marriage to Elizabeth Howard, the Duke of Norfolk's daughter, was the father of Anne Boleyn, Queen ...
Boleyn
... Francization of traditional English "Bullen", Boleyn is the surname of a noble English family particularly prominent in the Tudor period, members of which include Anne Boleyn, the second wife of Henry VIII ...
Mary Boleyn - Depictions in Fiction
... in the novels Brief Gaudy Hour A Novel of Anne Boleyn by Margaret Campbell Barnes (1949) Anne Boleyn by Evelyn Anthony (1957) The Concubine A Novel Based Upon ... author Aileen Armitage (Aileen Quigley) (1974) The Last Boleyn by Karen Harper (1983) The Other Boleyn Girl by Philippa Gregory (2001) Philippa Gregory later nominated Mary as her personal ... The Other Boleyn Girl was made into a BBC television drama in January 2003, starring Natascha McElhone as Mary and Jodhi May as Anne ...
Lady Margaret Butler - Fictional Portrayals
... Margaret Butler as Grandmother Boleyn appears in the 2002 Philippa Gregory novel The Other Boleyn Girl ... Margaret lived in the Boleyn estate in Hever Castle, and plays a supporting role in the novel ...

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    Toll on, thou passing bell;
    Ring out my doleful knell;
    —George Boleyn (d. 1536)