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George Boleyn
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Biographical Information
IRL: History's George Boleyn
Real Name: George Boleyn
Title: Viscount Rochford
Born: April 1503
Dies: 17 May 1536
Age: 31
Religion: Church of England
Originally From: Hever Castle, England
Wife: Jane Parker
Parents: Thomas Boleyn (Father)

Elizabeth Howard (Mother)

Family: Anne Boleyn (Sister)

Mary Boleyn (Sister)
King Henry (Brother-in-law)
Elizabeth Tudor (Niece)

Affiliations: Kingdom of England

House of Boleyn

Physical Description
Gender: Male Male
Status: Deceased
Signature: George Boleyn's Signature
Character Information
First appearance: To The Death
Portrayed by: Mentioned

George Boleyn is the younger brother of Anne Boleyn and Mary Boleyn. After his sister Anne became The Queen, he was given titles and lands. A couple years after the birth of his niece Elizabeth Tudor he was accused by Beatrice Somerset of incest with his sister. On order of King Henry VIII he was beheaded.

Season 3Edit

To The Death - (Mentioned)
During a celebration for the 50-year mark for King Henry VIII's 50 Year Coronation Celebration, Anne's former best friend Beatrice Somerset and Lady Lola were both arrested. While in The Tower of London, Beatrice Somerset told Lady Lola the story of Anne Boleyn and King Henry VIII. She asked Lola if she'd heard the stories, the lady who sold out her dearest friend and infant daughter. She told outlandish tales Anne was guilty of witchcraft and other depravities. Because everyone knew Henry wanted her gone, so to speak ill of Anne was to curry favor with the King. Anne's chambermaid claimed to have seen Anne and her brother George Boleyn together. But King Henry knew no one would believe it unless it came from someone like her, a close friend to Anne. After the trial, Henry awarded her The Boleyn family lands. Henry knew the chambermaid's story was a lie. The only thing Anne was ever guilty of was not having a son. She adding she always wished she could speak with Queen Elizabeth to explain about Anne.

Three days after Beatrice was allowed to leave with her head after she gave back The Boleyn land she had been given 22 years earlier.


  • George Boleyn was convicted of incest with Anne, and for plotting to kill King Henry VIII. They were both executed as a result. However no substantial evidence for either crime was ever found.
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