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  1. Thomas Ughtred: 1292-1365: 1e baron Ughtred 1358 Filippa van Henegouwen: 1314-1369: Koningin van Engeland: 1359: Walter Manny † 1372: 1e baron Manny 1359 Frank van Hale: 1360: Thomas de Ufford: 1361: Lionel van Antwerpen: 1338-1368: 1e graaf van Ulster, later hertog van Clarence ca. 1361 Jan van Gent: 1340-1399: Later hertog van Lancaster: ca ...

  2. Henry Ughtred married the widowed Elizabeth after 1557 and Henry Cromwell married Mary sometime before 1560. Details of her later life remain obscure, however she and her husband appear in the records from time to time in matters relating to her son, Henry Cromwell's minority and suits for the continuation of royal grants at the commencement of each new reign.

  3. Diese Seite enthält eine Liste der Mitglieder des Hosenbandordens (engl. Knights and Ladies of the Garter).. Soweit nicht anders angegeben handelt es sich um Knights Companion of the Garter

  4. In early 1508, in a secret ceremony at Stepney, and later publicly at St Michael's, Cornhill, Charles secondly married Anne Browne (the step-daughter of Margaret Neville's sister, Lucy Neville), daughter of Sir Anthony Browne (Standard Bearer of England in 1485), by his first wife, Eleanor Ughtred, the daughter of Sir Robert Ughtred (c. 1428 – c. 1487) of Kexby, North Yorkshire and Katherine ...

  5. Seymour's second daughter, Elizabeth, was first married to Sir Anthony Ughtred (c.1478 – 1534), secondly to Gregory Cromwell (c.1520 – 1551), son of Henry VIII's chief minister, Thomas Cromwell, and for a third time to John Paulet, Baron St John (c.1510 – 1576), who succeeded his father as Marquess of Winchester in 1572.

  6. Henry Wyckes 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. Thomas Cromwell (ur. ok. 1485 w Putney, zm. 28 lipca 1540 w Londynie) – polityk, doradca i minister Henryka VIII.. Został mianowany przez Henryka VIII wikariuszem generalnym Kościoła anglikańskiego, zarządził spis majątków kościelnych i na jego podstawie zostały rozwiązane klasztory.