Psalter of Anne Boleyn, 1529-1532. The psalter is written in Anne's preferred language of French. The left page has a shield showing she is the daughter of Thomas Boleyn (the black lion was his symbol) the lozenge shape indicates a woman in the Rules of Blazon (heraldry). The letters have never been properly deciphered - it is thought that perhaps they are ciphers, holing a special meaning for Anne and King Henry VIII.
The 'Boleyn Cup' which belonged to Anne Boleyn and made in 1535 can be seen at the St. John the Baptist Parish Church, Cirencester, Gloucestershire and supports Anne Boleyn's crest of a crowned falcon on a tree stump with red and white flowers. It was made out of silver and gilt. It was apparently passed on to her daughter, Elizabeth, who then passed it on to her physician as a gift, who eventually gave it to the Church where it still lives today.
Mary Tudor Queen of France. Sister of Henry VIII. Her remains were buried at the Benedictine Abbey of Bury St. Edmunds. The Abbey was destroyed in 1539 and Mary's remains were reburied in the crypt at St. Mary's Church, Bury St. Edmunds.