However, Henry felt that he had been deceived as, in addition to her not being able to speak a word of English, Anne’s upbringing had been so sheltered that she was ignorant of the facts of life and their wedding night was a disaster. Humiliated, Henry filed for an annulment on ground of non-consummation. This letter from Henry to Anne (E 30/1472/3) preceded the application for divorce.
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The Cincinnati Enquirer, 27 April 1882, Thursday, Page 2: Bowling Green, Ohio. Divorces Applied For--Temperance. Bowling Green, April 26.-- The following applications for divorce were filed with the County Clerk to-day: William Kendall vs. Mary Kendall, of Mulbury; the husband accuses his wife of gross neglect and cruelty.
THE MARRIAGE OF HENRY VIII & ANNE OF CLEVES: Henry VIII felt that he had been deceived because, in addition to Anne not being able to speak much English, her upbringing had been so conservative that she was ignorant of "the facts of life", and their wedding night was a complete disaster. Henry filed for an annulment on the grounds that the marriage had not been consummated. This letter from Henry to Anne (E 30/1472/3) preceded the application for divorce.