anne boleyn

  1. Blooming rose - Tudor TL
    Threadmarks: August 1528

    Grafton Regis. Kingdom of England "Where are you going, Henry?" Catherine of Aragon asked as she entered the chamber, her rustling skirts tinkling. "Where are you going?" Henry turned around and saw his wife standing in the doorway. There was a bustle all around, servants were carrying out...
  2. aoifeloveskhoward

    The woes of the wimple: Anne Boleyn is sent to a nunnery
    Threadmarks: Nunnery

    I don’t know why I’m posting a TL as I already have my hands full. I’m bored though and my little sister is egging me to do one about Anne Boleyn so I got this idea. I am going to be tackling this tl and my Katherine Howard has twins one right now so the other ones are getting once a week...
  3. What If: Thomas Boleyn, Earl of Ormond in 1515

    I’ve been doing some research and it looks like Thomas Boleyn was considered his grandfather’s legal heir. The Archbishop of Dublin had said Thomas Boleyn should inherit the earldom, and so had the Dublin law courts. The two daughters of Thomas Butler (Thomas Boleyn’s mother Margaret and her...
  4. aoifeloveskhoward

    What if Elizabeth I had a daughter

    20th February 1569- Hatfield house A woman sat up in a Richly embroidered bed. She had right copper ringlets and piercing black eyes which seemed to stare disapprovingly even when the face below was smiling. She was holding a tiny baby wrapped in white and gold swaddle. The baby yawned and...
  5. The Gybson Boy

    The Rise of the Boleyn Dynasty: Consequences of the marriage and reign of Mary Tudor and George Boleyn?
    Threadmarks: Mary and George

    Their Majesties Queen Mary and King Jure Uxoris George in 1533 August 1528: Jane Boleyn succumbs to the sweating sickness, leaving her husband George Boleyn a widower August 1529: Thomas Boleyn, faced with the possibility of his daughter becoming Queen, decides that he wants to ensure that...
  6. RedKing

    WI: Henry VIII and Katherine of Aragon switch death dates?

    As the title says, Henry VIII and Katherine of Aragon switch dates, i.e. Henry VIII dies on January 7th 1536 while Katherine lives on until January 28th 1547. For Henry VIII this is quite simple. In January 1536 of otl he had a jousting accident that left him unconscious and many feared he would...
  7. WI: Henry VIII's 1536 jousting accident leaves him sterile?

    What if, rather than suffering injuries to his thigh after being hit with a misplaced lance and being thrown from his horse, he sustains injuries slightly to the side, leaving him infertile? I just had this thought, and it is fascinating to me. A male heir becomes an impossibility for one...
  8. Anne's New Life
    Threadmarks: Chapter 1: Back to her first death scare

    Anne stood on the scaffold, looking out at the crowd of onlookers who had gathered to witness her execution. She took a deep breath, trying to calm herself down, and began to speak. "Good Christian people, I am come hither to die, for according to the law, and by the law I am judged to...
  9. The third Tudor

    What if Henry VIII died for the accident during the joust in 1536?
  10. Henry VIII's 1536 jousting accident fatal, Anne miscarries in shock at the news

    24th January 1536: Henry's neck is broken/chest is crushed by his falling forse during his jousting accident. 25th January 1536: After lingering on for another day, Anne receives the news that he has died and in shock, miscarries their son. Upon hearing that the King is dead with no male heir...
  11. Henry VIII dies on Christmas 1536

    24 January 1536: King Henry VIII avoids injury at the Greenwich Palace Tournament. Anne is still executed after her miscarriage, and the Second Succession Act declares both Mary and Elizabeth illegitimate bastards. Christmas 1536: Henry, in a bout of frustration and despair after Jane Seymour's...
  12. TL: The Longevity of House Tudor
    Threadmarks: 0. The Introduction

    A very large thank you to both @RedKing and @Cate13 who discussed my TL with me and helped me sort out how the family tree will end up. Some of the beautiful chaos going forward can definitely be attributed to some of their ideas :) TL/PoD: what if Elizabeth of York and Henry VII's children had...
  13. Anne Boleyn Suggests an Annulment and Survives

    So there’s a fic on ao3 where Anne suggests an annulment right before Henry is truly done with her. This leaves her mostly in Henry’s good graces (though sometimes Henry prefers Anne out of sight, out of mind) and Elizabeth as legitimate. The fic mostly focuses on Anne and Henry’s relationship...
  14. ordinarylittleme

    The Queen and the Duchess

    What if Arthur Tudor survived his illness and succeeded his father as king, while his brother Henry of York would marry as his second wife Anne Boleyn, Dowager Countess of Northumberland and Dowager Countess of Ormond? And if the Tudors had the luck of the Habsburgs and eventually ended up...
  15. WI: Elizabeth Tudor is born blind

    There already is a thread about Elizabeth Tudor beign deformed, so how about a scenerio, where the problem is reversed - daughter of Henry VIII looks perfectly fine but can't see at all since birth? Is there a chance, that it will be considered a sign that her mother was a witch? Will Henry...
  16. Henry VIII’s heiress - A Tudor TL
    Threadmarks: Prologue

    Anne, Queen of England was dead, together with her stillborn child, a boy who would be Henry’s long waited heir and the King was furious, specially as the doctors had no explanation for what happened as Anne’s pregnancy had gone smooth enough until the day before the tragedy. Some suggested who...
  17. Henry VIII’s heiress

    What if Anne Boleyn died for her 1534 miscarriage, leaving Henry VIII as widower with only a small daughter as heiress? Here Henry VIII has NOT yet tired of Anne, and she was dead while Catherine was still alive meaning who Henry need to remarry quickly for a son and Elizabeth’s legitimacy can...
  18. EdwardRex

    Anne Boleyn Victorious - A Collaborative Timeline
    Threadmarks: September 1533 - Introduction

    September 1533: Queen Anne Boleyn gives birth to twin children, a boy and a girl. The children are christened Henry and Elizabeth in a grand ceremony in front of many of Henry VIII’s vassals. Henry VIII also announced he has negotiated an alliance with the French. This greatly pleases Queen...
  19. All of Henry VIIIs children survive

    Catherine of Aragon had 6 confirmed pregnancies, Anne Boleyn 4, Jane Seymour 1 and Bessie Blount had one son by Henry too. There are theories and some evidence than Jane made have had 1/2 miscarriages, and Katheryn Howard may also have suffered 1. A possible number of Henry’s children is as...
  20. Anne Boleyn, the Once Queen
    Threadmarks: Chapter One - The Once Queen

    @Cate13 :) If anyone saw my post on the alternate lineage thread then this is the book that coincides with it! I've also posted it on ff. net so if anyone recognises it, don't worry, it's not plagiarised I've simply decided to post it on here as well. I hope you enjoy! The book is based on a...
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