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  1. Elizabeth Wyckes, (also Wykys, or Wykes) (d. 1529) was the wife of Thomas Cromwell (1485 – 28 July 1540), Earl of Essex, and chief minister to Henry VIII of England. She was daughter to Henry Wyckes, a well-to-do clothier from Chertsey , and his wife Mercy, who married Sir John Pryor after Wyckes' death.

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    Elizabeth Wyckes (también Wykys o Wykes) (m. 1529) fue la esposa de Thomas Cromwell (1485 - 28 de julio de 1540), conde de Essex y primer ministro de Enrique VIII de Inglaterra. Era hija de Henry Wyckes, un acomodado diseñador de ropa de Chertsey , y su esposa Mercy, quien se casó con Sir John Pryor después de la muerte de Wyckes.

  3. Elizabeth Wyckes fue una mujer inglesa del siglo XVII que se destacó por su habilidad como bordadora y su importancia en la fundación de la Hermandad de Bordadoras. Se sabe poco sobre su vida personal, pero se cree que nació alrededor de 1620 en una familia acomodada de Londres.

  4. 23 de feb. de 2023 · Cromwell married Elizabeth Wyckes c.1514 and had three children, Gregory, Anne, and Grace. He appears to be a caring man who was loyal to his family, taking in Elizabeth’s mother, Mercy, Elizabeth’s sister, Joan, and the children of both of his sisters.

  5. Elizabeth Wyckes, (also Wykys, or Wykes) (d. 1529) was the wife of Thomas Cromwell (1485 – 28 July 1540), Earl of Essex, and chief minister to Henry VIII of England. She was daughter to Henry Wyckes, a well-to-do clothier from Chertsey, and his wife Mercy, who married Sir John Pryor after Wyckes' death.

  6. Elizabeth Wyckes, (also Wykys, or Wykes) (d. 1529) was the wife of Thomas Cromwell (1485 – 28 July 1540), Earl of Essex, and chief minister to Henry VIII of England. She was daughter to Henry Wyckes, a well-to-do clothier from Chertsey, and his wife Mercy, who married Sir John Pryor after Wyckes' death.

  7. Elizabeth Wyckes, was the wife of Thomas Cromwell, 1st Earl of Essex, and chief minister to King Henry VIII of England. View map.