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  1. francis linda says:

    thanks a lot for sending me so much information.It is hard to find in Belgium

  2. francis linda says:

    thanks a lot for the information.please send me in the futur the same

  3. Sharon Hutchinson says:

    I am so pleased to have found this website. It is a real gem for those interested in Anne and also the Tudor dynasty. The welcome pack is excellent and much appreciated!

    1. Claire says:

      Thank you, Sharon, I’m so glad that you found us and also glad that you like the welcome pack.

  4. Kathleen says:

    Thank you am a real big fan of the Tudor era.I have read a lot about Ann and her daughter, also about Mary too

  5. WilesWales says:

    I think all that I would have to say cannot cover more than has already been said. Claire, you’re wonderful! Thank you, WilesWales

  6. jan childs says:

    Thankyou for the information pack. i have always been a fan of tudor and elizabethan dynasty and i have had a strong pull towards Anne Boleyn ever since i was a child. Now i lie in Australia and have had no opportunity to walk the grounds of the tower unlike when i was a child. Your site is a subsitute for me, hopefully one day i will return to my beloved birth place.

  7. patti says:

    I’d like to thank you for information pack,
    I found it very informative and as a ‘Tudor’ fan….Love to read all the info offered.
    Please feel free to include me in anything you feel would be of interest.
    So pleased to have found this site, thanks to a referance on my ‘Kindle’.

  8. David Hoover says:

    Nicely researched and analyzed despite nearly 500 years of revisionism.

  9. Rhonda says:

    Thank you for the welcome packet. Your booklet on the fall of Anne Boleyn appears to be well researched and was very interesting. It has cleared up a few questions that I have always had about about why King Henry VIII would order the execution of a woman he appeared to love passionately.

  10. Debbie says:

    I adore anything Anne Boleyn, and have done nothing for the last two hours at work except read all I could on this web site before I have to go home. I am loving everything so far, espically the part about Anne’s body being moved to Salle church at midnight. Truth be told, I never thought she was at St. Peters ad Vincula anyway. I can’t wait to explore this web site further! Thanks for all the information 🙂

  11. Cheryl says:

    Thank you and Love you so much for having such passion and genuine commitment…the books are wonderful. Love Anne and Elizabeth so much.

  12. Kay says:

    I developed a passion for history when I was child and I was always fascinated
    by the Tudors. Anne Boleyn is one character who I have read a lot about and even
    now I can never read enough about her. For sometime I have been trying to find
    a fan club dedicated to her so I am grateful to you for setting up this website.
    I look forward to reading more absorbing information and also hearing from other
    like minded people. Many thanks.

    1. Ashok says:

      Hi Kay,
      like you, I too am a big fan of Anne and Tudor period. Please let me hear about any Fan Club that you might know or come to know. Being, an Engineer and living in India, I do not come across to meet many Anne Boleyn fans although there must be thousands. Regards, Ashok

  13. Cynthia Parrish says:

    *~THANK YOU*~I am so happy I found this site!!!*~It is AWESOME!!!*~I am very interested in the Tudor era and Anne Boleyn*~Cynthia (((<3)))*~

  14. Ashok says:

    This site is amazing and thank you for it. I was in UK last month and visited Hever, Arundel and Tower. How I wish I had come across your site earlier. Will need to visit again armed with the details about Anne. I am a big admirer of Anne. Thank you once again.

  15. Amy says:

    While reading this I noticed the name Nicholas Carew as one of those who conspired against Anne. This is a direct ancestor of mine on my mother’s side. Needless to say I am not proud of this. Especially since I am related to Anne ( distant cousin) on my father’s side. Thank you for this site, I am really enjoying it!

  16. thank you very much for the welcome pack! i’m really glad i found this site!

  17. Susan C. Luterman says:

    I did my theisis on Anne Boleyn in college and always felt that she was innocent. I am so glad I found this site on the Tudors. It is one of my favorites eras in history.

  18. Elrine says:

    Thank you so much for the Anne Boleyn and Elizabeth 1 information! In South Africa, there is nothing remotely resembling this – in fact, most libraries do not have any relevant material.
    Did you see the film, “Anne of the Thousand Days”? I’d love your opinion on that…
    Regards
    Elrine Greig

  19. Rae McDonald says:

    Thanks Claire for such a wonderful page!!!

  20. Celeste says:

    =D Thanks for all this information=)
    Greatings from Portugal

  21. Chris Goodwin says:

    I have loved reading about the life of the Tudor era since I was a little girl. Anything that has to do with that time in history I soak it up like a sponge. Love to learn how The Tudors came to be and all the people with them. So a big THANK YOU for your files. Please keep them coming!!

  22. sophie says:

    a fantastic little read that confirms my suspicions on Anne that she loved the king and that the king was lied to by his most trusted advisers thankyou for sending

  23. scot says:

    I got intrested in thr history of England after watching the mini series the White Rose. That lead me to the Tudors which ifact checked while I watch. I am now fascinated and i am reading everything i can find on the history of England. I find your sight full of information where my reading on thing connects me to something else. Tjanos for all the effort you putinto this website.

  24. Patti says:

    I have been interested in the Tudor Era for over 30 years. What a happy surprise to find these sites to nuture my curiousity for that long ago period. Thank you so much…

  25. Natasha Kirk says:

    I love this website. I have been a fan of Anne since I was a young girl. There are so many different different stories and this website has all of the best answers.

  26. nancy says:

    This is so cool I like this website I’m so interested in Anne boylen and all the Tudor era for along time and couldnt find a good website til now thank you so much for the welcome pack I really appreciate it

    1. Claire says:

      That’s ok, I’m glad you found the website – welcome!

  27. Jacqueline says:

    What an awesome site, thank you so much for taking the time to create and maintain it. The welcome pack is also very appreciated. I have always been a fan of the Tudor Era and Anne Boelyn in particular, you have now given me more to peruse as I spend my late evenings here at work in the wilds of Northern Vancouver Island. XO!!!

    1. Claire says:

      Thank you, I’m so glad you found the site – welcome!

  28. Barbara Loyd says:

    The books about Queens of England you posted was so interesting. Now,I have missed the link. One was 1844 edition and the other probably earlier. I loved the illustrations of the queens. Please refer me to them again. The next time I will bookmark them. Thank you.

  29. Ursula says:

    Thank you so much for sharing

  30. Cathy says:

    Excellent Website, The. Book reviews are exactly what I need. Also all the additional information on this site.

    Thank you

  31. Allison Croton says:

    Anne Boleyn is a fascinating character. She draws us in and holds us in her thrall. I have been studying Anne, Tudor history and Medieval history for a number of years now and there are many people out there that think Henry was a tyrant. Henry was a man who could not trust anyone as they all betrayed him at some point. He was misunderstood and suffered an horrific injury during a joust that undoubtedly contributed to his violent mood swings. Anne Boleyn did not commit the crimes she was found guilty of, she loved Henry. Yes she was not a typical wife, she was outspoken; a relatively modern attribute by today’s standards. One can understand the desperation Henry felt by not having a son, he felt like a failure – something Henry was not prepared for. The architect of Anne’s downfall came on the back of arguments she had with Thomas Cromwell and her comments made to Norris. Her complacent attitude was her ultimate downfall.

    Thank you for this site. Anne is and always will be one of my heroes.

  32. Gail says:

    Thank you once again Claire so very informational.. You always know when n how to come out with the information people seek of the Tudor dynasty..well done and keep the info coming. May god bless!!

    1. Claire says:

      Thank you, I’m just thrilled that people enjoy using the site. God bless you too x

  33. Monica says:

    Thank you so much Claire for the download and for a great site.

  34. Kathy says:

    Hello Claire,

    My husband Phil does Not like you because I have always got my Ipad and always on your website and if I am not on your website I am reading a book that you have posted. I told him last night to put his Big Boy Pants on and learn to deal with it. He laughed and has now given up. You win!!!

  35. Anna says:

    Thx a lot for the information….I have been following ur site for over a year now,ur doing a great job than u again

    1. Claire says:

      Thank you, Anna, I’m so glad that you enjoy the site.

  36. Bobbi says:

    I want to thank you for this site. For the past couple years I have become obsessed with the Tudor History and then of course Anne’s powerful daughter Elizabeth. I have just started on this site and am looking forward to many days of good reading. One thing I would like to know is ,has the age of Anne and her siblings ever been documented? Was she the Oldest?

  37. Simone says:

    Thank you for sending me this information.I’m from The Netherlands.When i was in England about 40 years ago,my mother bought me an Anne Boleyn doll,which i still have.Since that day i got obsessed by Anne Boleyn and every story that has been told about her.Love your site and read it slmost every day!!

  38. pol says:

    I think anne boleyn is beautiful

    1. Thank you so much for my pack.I am interested in all Henrys wives.

  39. Shelia Adam says:

    This is wonderful! Thank you ever so much for making these reports available!

    1. Claire says:

      That’s ok, I’m glad you found it useful.

  40. Verica says:

    I love your website!!!! My fav

  41. THANK YOU FOR THIS WEB SITE I LOVE IT

  42. Dawn Lewis says:

    Thank you for a fascinating article. Love the site

  43. Ruth Goebel says:

    Thank you so much for all this information you have gathered and assembled here. What a gold mine! Your efforts are certainly appreciated. I am reading and enjoying everything I am learning about Anne and her short, tragic life. I love studying British history, as I have ancestors from the UK and I just want to learn more about this lovely place. It is a dream of mine to visit Britain and just spend a month visiting historic sites….. But for now, your site here will be so helpful to me as I learn about this turbulent time in England’s history. Thank you so much for all your hard work!

  44. Debbie Bryan Mosley says:

    My 9th Paternal Grandfather is Sir Francis Bryan. I read that he was a cousin to Ann Bolen and two other of King Henry VIII wives. Could you help me with this? Something I read said that the mothers of Sir Francis and Ann Bolen were half-sisters. Is there truth to this? Thank you very much. I love this site!! Am watching The Tudor series and loving that too.
    Sincerely, Debbie Bryan Mosley

  45. Hello and thank you for the welcome pack on Anne. Anne Boleyn is my first cousin 15 times removed. My 15th great grandparents were Thomas Howard and Elizabeth Tilney. Thomas Howard 14th GGF, Catherine Howard 13th GGM William AP Rhys 12th GGF and so on….
    I visited England in May and visited the Tower of London. I found it all very fascinating indeed. I intend to read some of the books you recommend. I hope to find more about all of my relatives connecting me to Anne. I am honored to know she is my cousin. Thank you and I will be visiting your site regularly. I ordered the “B” necklace, AB t-shirt and the bottle-cap necklace and can’t wait to have them. I have been a fan even before discovering my connection and read the Phillipa Gregory books and saw The other Boleyn girl, and loved them, even though I now know they are so fictionalized. I look forward to knowing the real stories. Thank you so much Lynda

    1. Claire says:

      Hi Lynda,
      Welcome to the site and thank you for your comment. How wonderful to be related to Anne in that way! Thank you for your order too and I hope you enjoy reading all the articles here.
      Best Wishes,
      Claire

  46. Padma says:

    This is a very fascinating and well-researched piece. Tudor history is so fascinating. The irony of Anne Boleyn’s tragedy is that her daughter whom Henry the VIIIth had despised later out turned out to be among the greatest monarchs in British history.

  47. Cel says:

    How did Henry VIII originally meet Anne? I’ve heard two versions. One of when she was a lady in waiting for Katherine of Aragon, another that was an introduction arranged by her father Thomas Boleyn which subsequently led to her becoming one of the Queen ‘s lady-in-waiting.

    Also, how did Anne become Queen Katherine ‘s lady-in-waiting? If it was after she had met Henry then might have placed in court. If it was through a meeting arranged by her father, then what led to her becoming a lady of the court?

  48. Jyotsna Jayakumar says:

    Thank you so much Claire for these amazing informations…its like a single package for everything on Ann…can I ask you something…have you ever felt the presence of Queen Ann ??I am from India and am dreaming that one day ill get an opportunity to meet you in person and visit The heaver castle and Hampton court palace and many locations associated with the Tudors.

  49. Jyotsna Jayakumar says:

    God bless everyone

  50. Janis Bester says:

    Thank you so much for sending this report I just learned that Anne Boleyn is my great aunt and that her sister Mary Boleyn is my great grandmother. And that I’m cousins to Princess Diana, Harry and William because we all share the same great grandmother Mary Boleyn. I’m glad I found this website I will be able to read about my grandmother and my great aunt. Thank you so much for making this website.

    1. Christine says:

      So you’d have to be at least 450 years old in order to be Ann Boleyn’s great niece. Someone is giving you bad information, kid.

  51. Elaine Newth says:

    Thankyou so much for the welcome pack that I have just received.It is amazing,filled
    with so much information.I only recently found you and have been watching your daily
    “On this day in Tudor history “ blogs.I have always enjoyed history and the Tudors
    especially, but I must say that you really bring it to life.I could listen to you all day.I have
    ordered one of your books and will be getting the rest I am sure.Thankyou for your love
    of the subject that you pass on to We who follow you

  52. Jacqueline Taylor says:

    Claire, thank you so much for the very informative welcome pack. I have been fascinated with everything Anne Boleyn from age 8 when my parents took me to the cinema to watch Anne of the Thousand Days! Anne is one of the most intriguing historical figures, so to learn more about her life and times is just fantastic – thank you once again.

  53. Kathleen Cairns says:

    Thank you so much, for giving me so much pleasure in learning more about a fascinating period of history.
    It’s all in the details.
    Kathy.

  54. Cntrywolf says:

    WoW!!!!
    I’m a Elizabethan freak.
    The more material I get the better my facts are of that wondrous era. I’m sure King Henry is smiling a big Chester smiles, glad that he put some color in histiry.
    Thank you so much for the bundle.

  55. Maria says:

    i just signed up for the email listing and i received my pack! thank you SO SO MUCH, i’ve been so fascinated with the tudors for so many years and have been studying about them from time to time aswell. i’m glad this site exists to help too ❤️

  56. Maureen says:

    Hi Claire I have always been fascinated by Ann Boleyn and from an early age. Thank you for sharing your knowledge. I look forward to learning more about her life.

    Regards
    Maureen

  57. Anne Rhodes-Butler says:

    Dear Claire
    I have just finished reading The Fall of Anne Boleyn, purchased for my birthday by my clever partner. This is an honest and brilliant insight as far as what really happened and why. Hopefully dispelling all the artistic licence that has been written /and filmed about her just for the sake of sensationalism and selling a story. I am now going to read everything else you have recommended, and everything else you have written. I have a lovely book found in a charity shop called The Love Letters of Henry the Eighth,reprinted from the Harleian Miscellany in 1933 and dedicated to Charles Laughton, the actor. Info for other readers if they can find a copy….thank you

    1. Claire says:

      Hi Anne,
      I’m so very glad you enjoyed my book. I loved working on that project and it was a very emotional journey.
      That book is a wonderful find. The love letters are so interesting to read.

  58. Marilyn Miller says:

    Where does Penelope Devereaux fit in & is Ruth Devonshire (Blount) her daughter with Charles Blount?
    Thank you for this site,

  59. Chelsea says:

    Elizabeth Howard is my 13th greatgrand mother

  60. Chelsea says:

    Elizabeth Howard is my 13 greatgrand mother

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