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  1. Margery Wentworth, also known as Margaret Wentworth, and as both Lady Seymour and Dame Margery Seymour (c. 1478 – 18 October 1550), was the wife of Sir John Seymour and the mother of Queen Jane Seymour, the third wife of King Henry VIII of England. She was the grandmother of King Edward VI of England.

    • c. 1478
    • Lady Seymour
    • 18 October 1550 (aged 71–72)
    • English
  2. 12 de set. de 2023 · Margery Wentworth, also known as Margaret Wentworth (c. 1478 – 18 October 1550) was the wife of Sir John Seymour and the mother of Queen Jane Seymour, the third wife of Henry VIII of England. She was the grandmother of King Edward VI of England.

    • Ipswich, Suffolk
    • Sir John Seymour of Wulfhall
    • Suffolk
    • "Lady Seymour"
  3. Margery Wentworth was the wife of Sir John Seymour and the mother of Queen Jane Seymour, the third wife of King Henry VIII of England. She was the grandmother of King Edward VI of England. Other websites. Margery Wentworth at Find a Grave; The Life of John Skelton (ca.1460–1529) Lyrics from the Garlande of Laurell

    • c. 1478
    • Lady Seymour
    • 18 October 1550 (aged 71–72)
    • English
  4. Margery Wentworth (c. 1478 – c. October 1550), who married, before 1500, Sir John Seymour, by whom she was the mother of Jane Seymour, third wife of Henry VIII and mother of Edward VI. Jane Wentworth; Dorothy Wentworth, who married, as his second wife, Sir Robert Broughton.

  5. Family Time Line Spouse and Children Parents and Siblings William Waldegrave 1462–1527 Margery Wentworth 1453–1540 George Howard Wentworth Waldegrave 1483–1528 Jane Waldegrave 1487–1549 William Waldegrave Margaret Walgrave 1484–1565 Edmond Walgrave 1489– Anthony Waldegrave 1491–1571 Mary Waldegrave Bridget Waldegrave 1494–1549 Dorothy Waldegrave

    • Female
    • William Waldegrave
    • Bures, Suffolk, England
  6. Margery was renowned for her beauty as well as her quiet and gentle demeanour, and she came to the attention of the poet John Skelton. [7] Career Seymour succeeded his father in 1492 and was knighted in the field by Henry VII for his services against the Cornish rebels at Blackheath on 17 June 1497. [8] He was made Knight banneret in 1513.