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  1. Lady Margaret Seymour (1540 – ?) was an influential writer during the sixteenth century in England, along with her sisters, Anne Seymour, Countess of Warwick and Lady Jane Seymour, including of the Hecatodistichon . [1]

  2. When Margaret Seymour was born about 1430, in Wolf Hall, Wiltshire, England, her father, Sir John Seymour van Wolf Hall, was 27 and her mother, Lady Isabel MacWilliam, was 25. She married Edmund Blount about 1540, in Bitton, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom. They were the parents of at least 2 sons and 4 daughters.

    • Female
    • Edmund Blount, Sir Edward BLOUNT
  3. 01/07/2021 · 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.

    • Suffolk
    • July 22, 1478
    • "Lady Seymour"
    • Ipswich, Suffolk, England (United Kingdom)
    • The Mystery
    • Affording The Queen’s Daughter
    • Speculation

    The life of Lady Mary Seymour appears to be a mystery – so, what happened to her? In this article I am going to gather all the information at my disposal to look at the facts, the myths and the stories told to aid you in determining her fate.? The mystery begins after the death of her mother, the dowager queen. There is no evidence to suggest how l...

    In Acts of the Privy Council, 1547-50, it says that the money was for ‘dyettes, wages and lyvereyes of the howshold of Mistres Mary Seymour for a yere and a half ended at the Feast of theannunciacion of Our Lady next cummyng’. The Feast of Annunciation is also Lady Day (25 March), or the beginning of the new year for the Tudors. As the daughter of ...

    Historians, John Strype, Edmund Lodge and Agnes Strickland have varying accounts of what they believed happened to Mary Seymour. Strype, after discussing that Mary Seymour was restored in blood in 1550, he went on to say: Edmund Lodge claimed: Historian John Nicholas believed that Parr never had children: Strickland stated that it is just as easy t...

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  5. Margery Wentworth Margery Wentworth, also known as Margaret Wentworth, and as both Lady Seymour [1] and Dame Margery Seymour [2] (c. 1478 [3] – 18 October 1550 [4] ). She 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 .