14th May 1536 – Jane Seymour: A Queen in Waiting
Posted By Claire on May 14, 2012
On this day in 1536 there were two main events:-
- Jane Seymour was moved closer to the King
- Thomas Cromwell wrote to the King’s ambassadors in France to update them on the goings-on
You can read the details in my post on The Fall of Anne Boleyn timeline – click here.
I do hope you’re enjoying the daily events on the timeline and do explore all the extras on The Fall of Anne Boleyn website too.
Thank you for all the messages I’ve received regarding my new book and also for the reviews on Amazon. I’m thrilled with the response. Thank you!
4 thoughts on “14th May 1536 – Jane Seymour: A Queen in Waiting”
Claire, I look forward to your posts everyday. As you warned, it does become addictive. The timeline is incredible and is the book. And again, thank you for your Mother’s Day posting with the beautiful picture of your roses. The aritcle on Anne Bolelyn as a mother added such a warm touch. Just trying to imagine the pain she felt being away from her daughter, so young, and knowing the separation could possibly permanent. It breaks my heart. Oh the cruelty of it.
Thank you, Deborah, I’m so glad that you enjoy my posts and that you liked my book too. I hope that presenting the information in the diary format helps people to realise just how quickly things moved that May.
I have four Anne Boleyn rose bushes and there are roses on all of them so they look wonderful at the moment, some beauty to cheer up these rather sad days.
Hey Clair, just curious, why are they Anne Boleyn roses?
They’re just named after her. The type of rose is Ausecret. I got them from David Austin roses and they also do an Elizabeth I one.