Margaret St. John. Anne Dudley (née Russell ), Countess of Warwick (1548/1549 – 9 February 1604) was an English noblewoman, and a lady-in-waiting and close friend of Elizabeth I. She was the third wife of Ambrose Dudley, 3rd Earl of Warwick .
Anne Dudley Countess of Warwick was a writer during the sixteenth century in England, along with her sisters Lady Margaret Seymour and Lady Jane Seymour. She was the eldest daughter of Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset, who from 1547–1549 was the Lord Protector of England during the minority of her cousin, Edward VI. Being educated by the French humanist and poet, Nicholas Denisot, Anne Seymour with her sisters Margaret and Jane composed 103 Latin distichs for the tomb of ...
Anne Dudley, Countess of Warwick Anne Russell was born c1548, the eldest of Francis Russell, 2nd Earl of Bedford’s seven children by his first wife Margaret St. John. Little is known of Anne’s childhood, but it is likely she spent her early years at the Russell family home Chenies in Buckinghamshire.
08/07/2021 · Anne Dudley (Russell), Countess of Warwick: Birthdate: 1548: Birthplace: Of, Cheneys, Buckingham, England: Death: 1603 (53-55) North Hall, Hertfordshire, England Place of Burial: Chenies Church, Chenies, Buckinghamshire, England: Immediate Family:
- Of, Cheneys, Buckingham, England
30/11/2021 · Anne Russell Dudley, Countess of Warwick was considered to be so important that in 1599 her ill health was reported in Venice as useful diplomatic and business news. If she was incapacitated, a valuable cog in the wheel of court business would be missing.
Anne Dudley, countess of Warwick (1548/9–1604) Anne Dudley [ née Russell], countess of Warwick (1548/9–1604) was the eldest daughter of Francis Russell, second earl of Bedford (1526/7–1585), and his first wife, Margaret (d.1562), daughter of Sir John St John of Bletsoe, Bedfordshire. Her younger sister was Margaret Clifford, countess of Cumberland.