Lived: 1501 – May 19, 1536
Spouse: Henry VIII of England (m. 1533 – 1536)
Children: Elizabeth I of England (Daughter)
Buried: Church of St Peter ad Vincula
Siblings: Mary Boleyn (Sister) · George Boleyn, 2nd Viscount Rochford (Brother)
Parents: Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire (Father) · Elizabeth Boleyn, Countess of Wiltshire (Mother)Highlights
- 1514: Anne stayed with Margaret from spring 1513 until her father arranged for her to attend Henry VIII’s sister Mary, who was about to marry Louis XII of France in October 1514.
- 1520: She married William Carey, a minor noble, in February 1520, at Greenwich, with Henry VIII in attendance; soon after, Mary Boleyn became the English King’s mistress.
- 1529: George Cavendish, Wolsey’s chamberlain, records that the servants who waited on the king and Anne at dinner in 1529 in Grafton heard her say that the dishonour that Wolsey had brought upon the realm would have cost any other Englishman his head.
- 1529: Convinced that Wolsey’s loyalties lay with the Pope, not England, Anne, as well as Wolsey’s many enemies, ensured his dismissal from public office in 1529.
- 1533: Anne Boleyn married Henry VIII of England on January 25, 1533; their marriage lasted 3 years till May 17, 1536.
- 1536: Author Mike Ashley speculated that Anne had two stillborn children after Elizabeth’s birth and before the male child she miscarried in 1536.
Lived: Jun 19, 1903 – Jun 02, 1941 (age 37)
Height: 6′ 0″ (1.83 m)
Spouse: Eleanor Gehrig (m. 1933 – 1941)
Buried: Kensico Cemetery
Parents: Heinrich Gehrig (Father) · Christina Fack (Mother)Highlights
- 1923: A native of New York City and attendee of Columbia University, Gehrig signed with the Yankees in 1923.
- 1925: In 1925, he batted .295, with 20 home runs and 68 runs batted in (RBIs).
- 1926: The 23-year-old Yankee first baseman’s breakout season came in 1926, when he batted .313 with 47 doubles, an American League-leading 20 triples, 16 home runs, and 112 RBI.
- 1933: In September 1933, Gehrig married Eleanor Twitchell (1904 or 1905–1984), the daughter of Chicago Parks Commissioner Frank Twitchell.
- 1939: After six days of extensive testing at the Mayo Clinic, doctors confirmed the diagnosis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) on June 19, 1939, which was Gehrig’s 36th birthday.
- 1941: On June 2, 1941, at 10:10 p.m., Gehrig died at his home at 5204 Delafield Avenue in the Riverdale neighborhood of the Bronx, New York.
Maiden flight: Jul 27, 1949
Length: 112 feet (34.14 m)
Wingspan: 115 feet (35.05 m)
Introduced: Jan 22, 1952
Maximum speed: 500 mph (804.67 km/h)