12/07/2022 · Margery Wentworth est né(e). Elle s'est marié avec Sir. John Seymour, ils ont eu 1 enfant. Cette information fait partie de Stamboom Velthuis-Delissen de Leo Velthuis sur Généalogie Online.
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27/07/2022 · Sir John, later Lord Williams of Thame, died in 1559 leaving Weston to his second wife Margery Wentworth. Margery married secondly Sir William Drury (d. 1579) and thirdly James Croft. On her death in about 1588 Weston passed by the terms of Lord Williams's will to Henry, Lord Norreys, husband of Margery, Lord Williams's younger daughter by his ...
01/08/2022 · Edward Seymour was born circa 1500, the son of Sir John Seymour (1474-1536) by his wife Margery Wentworth. In 1514 aged about 14 he received an appointment in the household of Mary Tudor. When Edward's sister Jane Seymour married King Henry VIII in 1536, he was created Viscount Beauchamp on 5 June 1536, and Earl of Hertford on 15 October 1537.
22/07/2022 · October 18, 1550 – Death of Margery Wentworth Seymour Published by janetwertman on October 18, 2015 Lady Margery was 72 or so when she died, an old woman by Tudor standards.
29/07/2022 · Anne Boleyn. In a private ceremony held at Whitehall Palace in January 1533, King Henry VIII wed Anne Boleyn, his second wife. The future queen Elizabeth I was born six months after the wedding when Anne was still pregnant. In May 1536, Anne was executed for treason, inceste, and adultery.
21/07/2022 · Margery herself served in the household of her aunt, Elizabeth Tilney, Countess of Surrey; there, she met the poet John Skelton who included a poem dedicated to “Mistress Margery Wentworth” in his Garland of Laurel, which describes her as “Benign, courteous, and meek,” and “The flower of goodlihead.” Footnote 6