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Sometime between 1499 and 1507 somewhere in England there was born a baby girl This girl was thought to be so small and insignificant that no one bothered to record the date place or details of her birth It wasnt until she was twelve that anything at all was recorded about her actually Yes she truly did seem as though she would amount to nothing However this girl was named Anne Boleyn and even though she started small and powerless she became one of the greatest influences on King Henry VIII there ever was The exact date and even year of Anne Boleyns birth is unknown because when she was born she was considered so unimportant no one took the time to record it It has been guessed that she was born anywhere from 1499 to 1507 My source set the year as 1505 Also her place of birth could have been either Blinkling Hall or Hever Castle both of which were owned by her family Most likely however she was born at Blinkling Hall Little if anything is known of Annes childhood However it is known that at the age of twelve or thirteen she was sent by her father to the court of Archduchess Margaret to be a lady-in-waiting Around 1521 she returned to England where her father had arranged for her to Marry James Butler However this fell through and Anne went the court of Henry VIIIs first wife Catherine of Aragorn She was not there long before Lord Harry Percy heir to the Earl of Northumberland noticed her Eventually they decided to get married However Anne had caught the eye of the King as well and when Henry found out about the engagement he ordered his Cardinal Thomas Wosley to end it Percy fought against it until his father mentioned his betrothal to Lady Mary Talbot at which point Harry had no choice but to give up After this Anne
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