||Anne Boleyn of England was a member of aristocracy in the British Isles.|
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Anne "Nan" Boleyn was the second wife of Henry VIII, and mother of Elizabeth I.
An unpopular queen, Anne was charged with incest and adultery. She was beheaded on 19 May 1536 and her only daughter Elizabeth was deemed illegitimate.
Earlier historians considered 1507 to be the accepted birth date, but in 1981 the art historian Hugh Paget successfully demonstrated that a letter Anne had written in 1513 from Brussels when she was a maid of honour in that court, a position which was only open to a 12- or 13-year-old, was not the hand of a six-year-old. 
The ghost of Ann has been seen on numerous occasions at the Tower of London. It is said her ghost haunts the place of her death, beheaded on Tower Green on the 19th May 1536.
A number of people have also claimed to have seen Anne's ghost at Hever Castle, Blickling Hall, Salle Church, and Marwell Hall.
Anne Boleyn of England. The suffix of England is non-traditional and may be too long for the WikiTree suffix.
Born ABT 1501. Hever, Sevenoaks District, Kent, England. 
Died May 19 1536. Tower of London, London, England. 
Buried May 19 1536. Church of St Peter ad Vuncula, Tower of London, London, England. 
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