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  1. Sir Geoffrey Boleyn (1406–1463; also Jeffray Bulleyn, Bullen, etc.) was an English merchant and politician who served as Lord Mayor of London from 1457 to 1458.

    • Boleyn Family

      The Boleyn family was a prominent English family in the...

  2. The Boleyn family was a prominent English family in the gentry and aristocracy. They reached the peak of their influence during the Tudor period, when Anne Boleyn became the second wife and queen consort of Henry VIII, their daughter being the future Elizabeth I. [1]

  3. 13 de abr. de 2022 · Geoffrey Boleyn is a member of the House of Boleyn. Geoffrey Boleyn was the son of Geoffrey Boleyn (d. 1440) yeoman of Salle, Norfolk, and Alice, and grandson of Thomas Boleyn (d. 1411) of Salle and Anne, an heiress, daughter of Sir John Bracton, a Norfolk knight.

    • Male
    • Anne (Hoo) Boleyn
  4. 26 de abr. de 2022 · Sir Geoffrey or Jeffery Boleyn (1406–1463) was a London merchant and Lord Mayor. Geoffrey Boleyn was the son of Geoffrey Boleyn (d. 1440) yeoman of Salle, Norfolk, and Alice, [1] and grandson of Thomas Boleyn (d. 1411) of Salle and Anne, an heiress, daughter of Sir John Bracton, a Norfolk knight.

    • Anne Hoo, of Hastings
    • 1406
    • "Jeffry", "de Boleyn"
    • Blickling, Norfolk, England (United Kingdom)
  5. Sir William Boleyn, KB (1451 – 10 October 1505) of Blickling Hall in Norfolk and Hever Castle in Kent, was a wealthy and powerful landowner who served as Sheriff of Kent in 1489 and as Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk in 1500. [1]

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Anne_HooAnne Hoo - Wikipedia

    She married in c. 1445 in Salle, Norfolk to Sir Geoffrey Boleyn, mercer and Lord Mayor of London: [9] (1406–1463). He was the son of an elder Geoffrey Boleyn (died 1440) and his wife Alice, née Bracton.

  7. He was born in about 1477 at Blickling Hall in Norfolk, the son of Sir William Boleyn (1451–1505) of Blickling (purchased by Sir William's father Sir Geoffrey Boleyn, a wealthy mercer who served as Lord Mayor of London) [3] by his wife Margaret Butler (1454–1539), a daughter and co-heiress of Thomas Butler, 7th Earl of Ormond .