The Lives of Tudor Women by Elizabeth Norton

| October 10, 2016

The Lives of Tudor Women by Elizabeth Norton

I am delighted to be the first stop on historian Elizabeth Norton’s virtual book tour for her newly released book The Lives of Tudor Women. Elizabeth joins us today with a guest article… No other period in English history has been as associated with women in the popular consciousness as the Tudor age. From Elizabeth […]

The Temptation of Elizabeth Tudor – Guest Post by Elizabeth Norton

| December 11, 2015

The Temptation of Elizabeth Tudor – Guest Post by Elizabeth Norton

A big welcome to historian Elizabeth Norton who joins us today for a guest post on the subject of her latest book The Temptation of Elizabeth Tudor. Over to Elizabeth… June 1547. The court of Edward VI was stunned by the news that the queen dowager – Catherine Parr – had married the boy king’s […]

The First Anne Boleyn by Elizabeth Norton

| June 28, 2013

The First Anne Boleyn by Elizabeth Norton

Thank you so much to author and historian Elizabeth Norton for writing this guest post for us… It is often assumed that Anne Boleyn was named after her great aunt, Anne St Leger, the sister of her grandmother, Margaret Butler. Anne was given an important Boleyn family name, however, and her great-grandmother, the earliest recorded […]

The link between Anne Boleyn and St Thomas Becket

| June 27, 2013

The link between Anne Boleyn and St Thomas Becket

Just a quick post to alert you to the fact that historian Elizabeth Norton has just published an interesting article on her blog about the link between Anne Boleyn and St Thomas Becket – see Anne Boleyn and St Thomas Becket. It is not something I have mentioned here on The Anne Boleyn Files, but […]

Anne Boleyn’s Norfolk

| May 2, 2013

Anne Boleyn’s Norfolk

Just a quick post to alert you to an article that historian Elizabeth Norton has written for Suffolk Norfolk Life Magazine on “Anne Boleyn’s Norfolk”. The article can be read online click here. It’s on pages 54 and 55.

Was Elizabeth Tailboys the Daughter of Henry VIII? – Guest Post by Elizabeth Norton

| March 16, 2012

Was Elizabeth Tailboys the Daughter of Henry VIII? – Guest Post by Elizabeth Norton

Today we have a guest post by author and historian Elizabeth Norton who kindly offered to write us a guest article after her book caused such a stir in the media. I have written a review of Elizabeth Norton’s book, “Bessie Blount: Mistress to Henry VIII”, over at our reiew site – click here to […]

Catherine Parr in Danger

| June 8, 2010

Catherine Parr in Danger

Today, we have a guest post from author and historian Elizabeth Norton who joined us on our recent Anne Boleyn Experience 2010 at Hever Castle. We were all thoroughly impressed with Elizabeth’s talk, her knowledge and her passion for history, and this shows through in her written work too. Elizabeth has done Anne Boleyn, Jane […]

Interview with Elizabeth Norton

| December 10, 2009

Interview with Elizabeth Norton

Elizabeth Norton is an historian and author whose books include “Anne Boleyn: Henry VIII’s Obsession”, “Jane Seymour: Henry VIII’s True Love”, “Anne of Cleves: Henry VIII’s Discarded Bride” and “She Wolves: The Notorious Queens of England”. She is presently working on a book about Catherine Parr. Elizabeth gained her first degree from the University of […]