The Church is well known for being the final resting place of Sir Thomas Boleyn, Anne Boleyn’s father and Elizabeth I’s grandfather.
, describes the Tomb in great detail: “On the tomb is a very fine brass, showing Sir Thomas in the Robes of a Knight of the Garter…Notice the badge of the Garter on the left breast, the Garter round the left knee, the Collar of the Order of the Garter, and the falcon, the crest of the Bullen family, above the right shoulder.” (Pg.
The degenerative nature of OA is limited solely to the joints. You might develop lumps under the skin around the joints, but these lumps are different from rheumatoid nodules.
People with OA tend to develop excess bone growth at the edges of the affected joints, called bone spurs.
People with OA experience a breakdown of the cartilage that cushions the joints.7) Sir Thomas’ tomb is located in the Bullen Chapel, added to the original church in the middle of the 15century.Most of the glass in the church is modern with possibly some old glass surviving in the Bullen Chapel.The wearing down of cartilage causes your bones to rub against each other exposing small nerves, which causes pain.OA does not involve an autoimmune process like RA does, but mild inflammation also occurs.