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  1. Há 2 dias · Margery Wentworth c. 1478 –1550: King Henry VII 1457–1509: Elizabeth of York 1466–1503: Thomas Grey 1451–1501 1st Marquess of Dorset: Charles Somerset c. 1460 –1526 1st Earl of Worcester: Elizabeth Somerset c. 1476 –1507 3rd Baroness Herbert suo jure: Edward Tiptoft c. 1469 –1485 2nd Earl of Worcester: Eleanor West b. 1481: Edward ...

  2. Há 6 dias · Possibly a lady of the Wentworth family, possibly Margery, Lady Thame, Hans Eworth, Tate Britain. Morton obtained the records of the loans and pledges made by Kirkcaldy, which survive today in the National Records of Scotland. He later wrote of his pleasure at this find to the Countess of Lennox.

  3. Há 4 dias · Answer: Margery Wentworth. Margery Wentworth married John Seymour in Wolf Hall, Wiltshire, in 1494. The same place Jane Seymour is said to have likely been born. The couple had ten children, including Jane, but not all of them survived into adulthood.

  4. Há 5 dias · 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.

  5. Há 6 dias · HOUSES OF BENEDICTINE NUNS. 6. THE ABBEY OF GODSTOW. At the beginning of the Chartulary of Godstow, of which we have both a Latin (fn. 1) and an English version, (fn. 2) there is a description of the foundation of the abbey. Dame Ediva, a resident at Winchester, widow of Sir William Launcelene, had a vision, bidding her settle near Oxford until ...

  6. Há 5 dias · A round seal attached to a charter (fn. 39) of Letia or Lettice, Prioress of Ankerwick, dated 5 Richard I. The colour is mottled green, the edge of the seal is chipped. It represents the priory church with half timbered walls, round-headed doorway, thatched roof, bell turret topped with a cross, and a cross at each gable end.

  7. Há 5 dias · 1. Jane Seymour was born in either 1508 or 1509 to Sir John Seymour of Wiltshire and Margery Wentworth. Jane had two brothers who became very important to her son when he came to the throne. What were their names?