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Geoffrey Boleyn b. 1406 d. 1463

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Lineage Boleyn
Sex Male
Full name (at birth) Geoffrey Boleyn

Geoffrey Boleyn [Boleyn] d. 1440

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1406 birth: Blickling, Norfolk (England)

1440 child birth: Blickling, Norfolk (England), Anne Boleyn [Boleyn] b. 1440 d. 1510

1451 child birth: William Boleyn [Boleyn] b. 1451 d. 10 October 1505

1463 death: London, England


Was an English merchant and politician who served as Lord Mayor of London from 1457 to 1458. He purchased the manor of Blickling, near Aylsham, in Norfolk from Sir John Fastolf in 1452, and Hever Castle in Kent in 1462.[1] He was the great-grandfather of Queen Anne Boleyn, the mother of Queen Elizabeth I. Sir Geoffrey built the domestic, mercantile and civic fortunes of the Boleyn family, and raised its status from the provincial gentry, as his brother Thomas Boleyn made a career of distinction in church and university, together building the family's wealth, influence and reputation.

From grandparents to grandchildren

Geoffrey Boleyn
death: 1440
== 3 ==
Anne deHoo
birth: 1410, Blickling, Norfolk (England)
death: 1484, Norwich (Norfolk), England
Geoffrey Boleyn
birth: 1406, Blickling, Norfolk (England)
death: 1463, London, England
== 3 ==
William Boleyn
birth: 1451
marriage: Margaret Butler (Boleyn)
death: 10 October 1505
Henry Heydon
marriage: Anne Boleyn
death: 1503, England, Baconthorpe, Norfolk
burial: Norwich (Norfolk), Norwich Cathedral
Anne Boleyn
birth: 1440, Blickling, Norfolk (England)
marriage: Henry Heydon
death: 1510, Baconsthorpe, Norfolk (England)
Elizabeth Howard (Boleyn)
birth: calculated 1480
title: Lady
marriage: Thomas Boleyn
death: 3 April 1538
Thomas Boleyn
birth: 1477
title: Earl of Wiltshire
title: Earl of Ormonde
marriage: Elizabeth Howard (Boleyn)
death: 12 March 1538
John Heydon
death: 1551
Dorothy Heydon
birth: 1465, England, Baconthorpe, Norfolk
death: August 1560, England

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