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Boleyns are related to Henry VIII Tudor king of england. Through Anne Boleyn.

Boleyns are related to Henry VIII Tudor king of england. Through Anne Boleyn.

Posted: 1 Nov 2002 6:17PM GMT
Classification: Query
Boleyn

Re: Boleyns are related to Henry VIII Tudor king of england. Through Anne Boleyn.

Posted: 7 Jan 2003 6:53PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 19 Jun 2003 5:39AM GMT
Do you have any of the descendancy charts? I have been trying to follow this line to Scotland and Ireland, but have been unable to do so. The farthest I have been able to get is to confirm that her brother had a son before he died.

Re: Boleyns are related to Henry VIII Tudor king of england. Through Anne Boleyn.

bolding (View posts)
Posted: 11 Aug 2003 3:22AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: boleyn, randolph
dear Boleyn family. I am very much interested in this group
as most of those now claiming to be the Pocahontas descendants or of annie stith the so called second wife i have
reason to believe they most of them are imposters and that they are actually descendants of realitives of queen anne boleyn.ive been studying the bollings for about five years now
and i know several things about them which all together prove they are not whome they say they are in fact they ridicule the
real descendants of pocahontas as dumb people whom married safonia indians and the like when in fact its those same people that are probably the real descendants of poca-
hontas. like i said i could right a book which would tend to prove i am correct. all of this i shall type below is coming basically from memory. so i will begin by telling you that
the two wives of six wives of henry the 8th had realtives the
parrs and the boleyns of the two of six wives of the king
henry the eighth are primairly the sole reason the first
colonazation of north america began in the first place realitives
of the two wifes of six with last name parr and boleyn organized the stock holding companies which financed the
first groups to va and new england. now folks knowing all
this you can believe the first bollings or boleyns or bullens
didnt get to america until 1660 ha if you wish but i disbelieve
this just as col william randolph didnt come to america
until 1672 well ive found some documentation which proves
he served as a clerk of court in virginia in charles city in
1665 this is a full seven years sooner than most accredit him
and his uncle as coming to america its mostly said the
uncle henry randolph came in 1670 and william randolph
the nephew came two years later joining his uncle falsehoods
folks. and its also probably true that william randolph was
much older than the 1650 birthdate given him no 15 year old
boy in 1665 was gonna be a clerk of court. and so hes bound to have been born much earlier the same with his children
and the same with the robert bolling whome married jane rolfe.
the thruth is i believe the book pocahontas merged two families the boleyns of norfolk co england and the bollings
of yorkshire england two differnt families not related to each other in any way. to begin about the boleyn family of north-
folk co england they came from france about approx 1200
and they settled in norfolk co england as small time pheasant
farmers whom evidently in time produced favorable women of
extra endowment and beauty. they had had in france some long ungodly long name beginning with a b and it wasnt the
bolling or de bolling name those people of pocahontas of
yorkshire england had. they used the spelling bullen from
about 1200 when they came to england from france and
they changed it about 1415 on a tax roll from geoffrey
bullen jr. to geoffrey boleyn jr. this geoffrey boleyn jr. is the
first man in england to use the spelling boleyn in england
throughout its history.ive been assured of this by several
english genealogists of the royal family of england currently
involved in try to learn the very information your seeking.
this unpronoucable name was very long they changed their
french name to bullen and continued to use until geoffry bullen
changed it to boleyn in norfolk co england meanwhile the family had moved up some in the world this geoffrey boleyn
jr is the great grandpa of queen anne boleyn second wife of
henry the eigth she was beheaded in seems like 1535/36 or
so. please understand im using my memory and its not so good anymore do to illness. but anyway this geoffrey boleyn
was a lord mayor of london he is the second of that name too
im recalling and great grandpa of queen anne. he had several
children one of them named william and william had about
five or six children and one of them was named thomas
thomas had a three sisters and two brothers im recalling
one of the sisters was named anne boleyn the same name as
her neice the queen anne. she this aunt anne is an ancestor
of president george washington at the moment im keeping the
exact realationship secret as whenever i make known something proving my theory that those claiming descent
of pocahontas simply put cannont be of the right family instead they are of the bullen/boleyn realtives of the queen
anne boleyn and whenever i make the proof known it somehow
very qucikly dissappears let me cite to you one examply
i once about a year ago on a lib of congress webapge found
a webpage of the presidents washingtons personal diary
written in 1757 i made this url of the webpage of the lib of
congress known to the organization charged as a tax free
organization proving one way or another whom the real
descendants of pocahontas was and within two days the
webpage of the lib of congress which dated 1757 proved
the robert bolling born 1730 could not be the one that was
the descendant of the robert bolling that had married
jane rolfe and possibly a second wife anne stith. the facts
was this webpage of the lib of congress showed an actual
imiage file of the presidents 1757 diary in which he said
that his neice really his half necie dau of his half brother
lawrence named sarah "sally" washington had married
in 1757 a robert bolling born in 1757. what this did was
prove that the man thought of as the robert bolling whome
is said to have married first a tabb and some say a second
a robinson and a third a bannister could not have done so.
most suggest just the two tabb and bannister was his wifes
the only robert bolling born in 1730 was the one living in
bristol parish prince george co va. so he married its said
first tabb about 1752 or so and she dying he married
a bannister in 1757 and in 1758 another son robert bolling
is born yes but if this robert bolling born 1730 had married
sarah sally washington in 1757 as this diary on this lib of
congress website showing the actual hand writing of the president in an imiage file he couldnt possibly have married
tabb and bannister. whome its claimed is the descendants
of annie stith a so called second wife of the first robert bolling.
susposed to be a father of this 1730 robert bolling and his
so called second wife. and if him and sary is married then
whome the hell married tabb. as soon as i sent this proof
to the organzation fancing themselfs as the only group
capable of desciding for themselves once and for all whom
the real pocahontas descendants are and those of a so called
second wife. then this webisite of the lib congress dissappeared to be replaced about a year later by a webpage
claiming robert bolling born 1758 had married in effect his
mother as his third wife. folks either the lib of congress
has lied to us about the so called diary of general washington
or they are lying about the bollings that are of the real
pocahontas and or a so called second wife. this was just
one of many proofs id had found in the last four years or so
which seemingly dissappear as soon as they are found and
i report them it took somebody high up there in govt to do this
its only recently ive found some reasons why. one is
once you realize those really now claiming to be of pocahontas simply put are of another different family named
bullen boleyn of norfolk co england and hence not of the
pocahontas bollings of yorkshire england its very apparent
that almost every damm president we ever had all trace
back to a randolph or a cousin a boleyn. just as seven former
directors of the cia do. as well almost every us general and
or admiral and almost 95 percent of all us former governors
and supreme court justices of the united states and about
the same 90-95 percent of senators and congressmen its
easy to see this once you know your not working with
the bollings of yorkshire but these boleyns of norfolk co and
realtives of the king and queen of england of the 1530-45 time
period. a hundred and fifty years later the boleyns are in
virginia and their marrying their cousins the bryds and the
blairs and the carys and the staffords and a few more i can
think of these same realtives that they was marrying in the
1540's hence they cant be the bollings of yorkshire
no way. those bollings of yorkshire and of pocahontas
are a completey different family.
the marriage of robert bolling born 1730 to his wife sarah
washington was another distant cousin marriage.
as george washington is a direct descendant of aunt anne
boleyn the aunt of the queen anne bolyen the second wife
of the king henry the eighth and his six wives all whome met
bad ends but one. she outlived him is the principle one.l ha.
ive a whole lot of proofs ive found over the years but this
is the most important one. others are
one i found there was two penelope bollings apparently
one is of the bolling family and the other of the boleyn
family and i found a descendant of both of them ha. she knew
the thruth when she said on her webpage one of them
was a boleyn and one a bolling. folks robert bolling the
immigrant didnt have first of all a second wife he only had
one wife her name was jane rolfe the other man that apparently married anne stith is a completly different robert
boleyn. this was another webpage quickly dissappeared
when its easy to know when you discover the thruth that
thomas jefferson is of african descent of a bastard son
or nephew of pope celments the seventh. and his brothers
chamber maid simone an african moor this natural born
son of the pope was folks a de medici of the famous de medici
family the pope came from himself a de medici this family
allied with the rothchildren through marriage is the principle
bankers of the old world and today the financers of even
the usa.now if this family is the bankers of wall street and
the federal reserve a private corporation and if its under
the control of descendants of these demedicis and principlly
of this particulair one the one with african blood in his veins
and if this mans blood is in every royal family of europe not
one escaped not one including the royal family of england whome has this blood four different ways queen isabella of
spain is a great granddaughter of this african alessandro
de medici the duke of florence italy was he was known.
two of his great granddaughter married two french kings
plus josephone the wife of the revoulitionary napeloeaon is
also of this same man and his wife princess margarita.
of the austrian prussian empire. three other ways i can
account to you one thru a marriage of england to norway
royals and the other of a german family the mountbattens
a great uncle of the current queen came from germany
to england and married into the royal family. ill keep the other
two to myself for posperity sake in case anybody wants
to earase my proof ive got copies of all the webpages ha.
but still its the principle of the thing the boleyns have stolen
the heiritage of the indian princess pocahontas real
descendants. further they both apparently married randolphs
and its the randolphs of african descent of at least the
alessandro de medici the natural born son or nephew of
pope clements the seventh another pope of the same de medici family also served this was pope leo x or tenth.
cousin to the duke of florence. another cousin in fact was
the killer of alessandro de medici and your gonna now see
man websites claiming the children of this man was not
the children of his wife princess margarita claiming them
his bastards this is untrue take my word for it. them kids
was hers as wells as his. i learned this in europe in the sixth
grade from my three french teachers on an american airbase
in france in 1967. instead of american history i learned folks
the history of the romans and modern european history and
of the dark and middle ages. i learned the crusades and toured many castles and such inspired by reading of the
crusades and was mystified to learn also of the half black
nephew and now they claim son of the pope clements.
whose descendants control the world today. allied with the
rothchilds they own most of the money in the chase manhatten bank and the owners of this bank named chase
married into these families. rothchild and de medici.
now if one checks the early colonial families of the united
states one will see a robert boleyn came to virginia in 1667
as an endentured servant it doesnt say whome his father
was but it does say he was the son of john boleyn and mary
tudor while hes not the robert bolling thus that came
in 1660 and married jane rolfe. its also my conclusion
that there was no second wife for the robert bolling that
married jane rolfe simply put the book pocahontas merged
two families in at least the one thru the forth generations
and maybe the fifth. a robert boleyn became a robert bolling
using the address and rank and title of a boleyn although
of african descent thru the first marriage of a randolph of
scotland to a boleyn these are not the bollings of pocahontas.
or rather jane rolfe. and she had like her husband to have been
much older than they are telling us. annie stith married
i believe a boleyn not a bolling of yorkshire england.
and the real bollings have had their rightful ancestry of being from pocahontas taken from them to hide the fact that
those randolphs and boleyns ruled virginia and the other
colonies as the crown agents in america representing the
king and his heirs as their agents and attorneys and tax
collectors and customs men collecting the taxes etc.
what gets me is so many of them rule america today as
supreme court justices and us presidents and such that
it is well too many to be an accident noway. you pick a
job title and i can in time most likely find the correct path
back to one of two families randolph or boleyn this cant
be accidental and im beginning to thing this idea of a shadow
govt is a real thing. simply put folks weve been conned by the best.

Re: Boleyns are related to Henry VIII Tudor king of england. Through Anne Boleyn.

Posted: 30 Sep 2009 11:20PM GMT
Classification: Query
Come on people. Read your history. Anne Boleyn and Henry the 8th had ONLY one child, Catherine. Catherine became Queen Elizabeth I in 1558 until she died in 1603. She NEITHER married, NOR conceived. She was renowned as the VIRGIN QUEEN.
Therefore its not a far stretch of the imagination to conclude that NO ONE, ever in existence, was a "direct descendent" of Anne Boleyn.

Perhaps you might be a descendent of one of her siblings but not her.

Hope I didn't make you mad but you need to be looking in another line and read more of real history not someone's imagination.

Re: Boleyns are related to Henry VIII Tudor king of england. Through Anne Boleyn.

Posted: 30 Oct 2009 3:27AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Boleyn, de' Medici, Sampson, Neville, Fawconberg, Bolling, Brockett, Pennington
Hello Bluejay,

You have it correct. Cahterine did become Queen Elizabeth I, was the only child of Anne Boleyn; Anne did have siblings, can't recall their names, except Mary. I have much more on them, but it's been a long time since I have looked at that file.

Queen Elizabeth I, when Mary Queen of Scots was on the throne of England, was sent to Hatfield House; John Brockett befriended Queen Elizabeth I. After Mary was beheaded, Elizabeth was once again Queen of England; John Brockett visited her every day with updates (military strategies?). After Elizabeth was Queen again, she knighted John Brockett. Queen Elizabeth and John remained friends until his death. Queen Elizabeth I, had John Brockett buried on the grounds of Hatfield House.

John Brockett had a son John Brockett who married Mary Blackwell, John and Mary came to America with Rev. Davenport and others, if I recall correctly, they lived in NJ where John became very well known. They had a daughter Mary Brockett who married Ephraim Pennington.

I am a descendant of Sampson/Neville/Brockett/Fawconberg/Bolling/Boleyn/Pennington etc.

In addition, through my McIntosh and DeWeese Family we are descendants of Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor and King.

All Verified through certified genealogists, etc.

Re: Boleyns are related to Henry VIII Tudor king of england. Through Anne Boleyn.

Posted: 30 Oct 2009 3:42AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Bolding, Pigg
Dear Bolding,

You may want to watch what you state. It is my understanding that the Government is accessing sites: Flickr and MyFamily.com; if they are accessing these sites, at some point they will access other sites too.

Re: Boleyns are related to Henry VIII Tudor king of england. Through Anne Boleyn.

Posted: 30 Oct 2009 3:51AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Bolding, Pigg
Dear Bolding,

You may want to watch what you state. It is my understanding that the Government is accessing sites: Flickr and MyFamily.com; if they are accessing these sites, at some point they will access other sites too.

Re: Boleyns are related to Henry VIII Tudor king of england. Through Anne Boleyn.

Posted: 27 Aug 2010 8:26PM GMT
Classification: Query
I don't recall Elizabeth I ever having the name Catherine. All records show it as Elizabeth. I doubt Anne would have named her daughter after the Queen she hated, Catherine of Aragon.

Anne's siblings are George and Mary.

George was charged as one of Anne's "lovers" and was beheaded just like his sister in 1536. He married a Jane Parker but they had no children. It is possible that George had a "bastard" child and I am actually researching that at the moment. There is a grave at Clonony Castle with a slab that states something like this: Here lie Mary and Elizabeth Boleyn, daughters of Thomas Boley, son of George Boleyn, son of George Boleyn Viscount Rochford, son of Thomas Boleyn Earl of Ormon and Wiltshire. Viscount Rochford is Anne's brother George that was executed. As far as I can tell, IF the two girls buried here are related to George (and therefore Anne), the line died with them as they didn't get married.

Mary married twice, William Carey and upon his death William Stafford. There were no surviving children from the Stafford partnership. Mary and W. Carey had two children named Henry and Catherine and yes there are decendents still around. However, it is POSSIBLE the decendents of one or both of those cildren could be decendents of King Henry VIII as Mary was his mistress before Anne was and she became pregnant with both children during that time. By the time her second child was actually born though the affair had ended.

So, there is a start to your possible relations of Queen Anne. Of course they aren't direct but it's still cool if you can link yourself to Mary or George. And if you do to George for God's sake please let me know!!

Re: Boleyns are related to Henry VIII Tudor king of england. Through Anne Boleyn.

Posted: 5 Feb 2011 7:45AM GMT
Classification: Query
WRT to "...queen isabella of
spain is a great granddaughter of this african alessandro
de medici the duke of florence italy was he was known." Alessandro was born (1510) AFTER Queen Isabella (1451). Think about it.

Re: Boleyns are related to Henry VIII Tudor king of england. Through Anne Boleyn.

Posted: 17 Apr 2011 10:52PM GMT
Classification: Query
THANK YOU! BTW They are a few descendants that are alive by Anne Bolyen. If you ever have seen The Tudors season one on DVD. In the Behind the Scenes with Natalie Dormer who portrays Anne. She had MET ALL THE DESCENDANTS of Ann Bolyen and they listed all their names. So, I would go and check out the dvd at a public library or if you have it, to give those people a call and get the facts straight. Queen Elizabeth never had any children. And Anne had a son, but was a stillborn. She was only beheaded because Henry had thought that she was cheating on him and never told him til later about the stillborn. Not because she couldn't carry a son. If Henry kept on sleeping with his first wife, history may of had been changed and he could of had many sons. He did have a son, but he had died at the age of 15. I know the Tudor history very well.
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