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From: "Douglas Richardson" <>
Subject: Re: C.P. Correction: Birthdate of Margaret Butler, wife of William Boleyn, K.B.
Date: 13 May 2006 11:34:25 -0700
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Thank you, Michael. This appears to be another valid Complete Peerage
correction. Makes you wonder how Complete Peerage missed Henry
Hopefully someone else here on the newsgroup has specific particulars
about Henry Boleyn's tomb at Hever, Kent. Quite possibily his tomb is
discussed in the Boleyn article in Norfolk Archaeology, Volume 25.
> Douglas Richardson schrieb:
> > Dear Michael ~
> > Thank you for your good post. Much appreciated.
> > When you have time, by all means, please post what details you can find
> > about the Boleyn family monuments. This definitely has the makings for
> > another valid Complete Pererage correction.
> Dear Douglas
> The Guide, which is called "St Peter's Church, Hever, Kent" but is
> undated and unattributed, states (p3, under the heading 'The Bullen
> "At the south-west corner of the tomb [of Sir Thomas Bullen] lies a
> memorial to Henry, the infant son of Sir Thomas".
> I am afraid my notes from my visit to the church last year concentrate
> on the Cheyne monuments, so I do not have the text of Henry Bullen's
> Regards, Michael