Lady Mary Boleyn  

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Mary Boleyn (c. 1499 - July 19, 1543) was a member of the famous aristocratic Boleyn family, which enjoyed considerable influence during the early part of the 16th century. Mary was one of the mistresses of King Henry VIII of England and also, allegedly, of his rival, King Francis I of France. She was married twice and most historians believe she was the elder sister of Queen Anne Boleyn. Some still claim that she may have been the younger sister, though her children, and Anne's daughter, believed Mary to be the elder.




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