By Nancy Bilyeau
The mother of Anne Boleyn is one of the missing women of the Tudor era. She was there--the daughter, sister, wife and mother of prominent courtiers. The mother and grandmother of famous queens. But she herself is unknown: her appearance, her character. We know next to nothing.
That is why when I stumbled across some information on the burial place of Elizabeth Boleyn, I felt a stirring of excitement. For in they "why" of where she was buried there was a choice that led me to understand her, at least a little.
Read my guest post on On the Tudor Trail: here.