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  1. Sir Edward Borough was the son of Sir Thomas Borough, 3rd Baron Borough of Gainsborough and his first wife Agnes Tyrwhitt. Almost nothing is known about his character, it appears that his health kept him in a frail condition. Whether his health was frail or perhaps he inherited the bad seeds of his grandfather's lunacy...

  2. 23/05/2018 · Sir Edward Burgh (pronounced as Borough) (d. before April 1533) was the eldest son and heir to Sir Thomas Burgh, 1st Baron Burgh and his wife Agnes Tyrwhit. He is known for being the first husband of Catherine Parr, later Queen consort to King Henry VIII. 18th-century historians have mistaken him for his grandfather, the elderly, Sir Edward Burgh, 2nd Baron Burgh of Gainsborough.

  3. Sir Edward Borough was the son of Sir Thomas Borough, 3rd Baron Borough of Gainsborough and his first wife Agnes Tyrwhitt. Almost nothing is known about his character, it appears that his health kept him in a frail condition. Whether his health was frail or perhaps he inherited the bad seeds of his grandfather's lunacy is uncertain.

  4. tudortimes.co.uk › people › sir-edward-burgh-1Tudor Times | Edward Burgh

    Edward Burgh. E dward Burgh’s only claim to fame is as the first husband of Katherine Parr. He was born around 1510, probably at Gainsborough in Lincolnshire, and married Katherine in 1529. Katherine’s full dowry had not been paid by 1531, and perhaps this lack of funds was the reason for Edward and Katherine remaining in his parents’ home.

  5. Edward Burgh, 2nd Lord Burgh was born circa 1474 at Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, England. In 1477 Edward married Anne, daughter and heir to Sir Thomas Cobham,Kt., 5th Baron Cobham and Anne Stafford. Anne Cobham was the widow of Edward Blount, Lord Montjoy. According to Richardson, they had two known sons, Thomas, Lord Burgh and Henry.

  6. Thomas continued to be loyal to Edward in 1469 when the Earl of Warwick rebelled against Edward’s lordship and then during the so-called Re-Adaptation of Henry VI. In fact it was Thomas who was one of the Yorkists who helped Edward escape his foes in 1471. Richard III visited the hall on the way from York to London on October 10th 1483.

  7. 08/08/2008 · Edward Burgh, 2nd Lord Burgh (of Gainsborough) was born circa 1463. 1 He was the son of Thomas de Burgh, 1st Lord Burgh (of Gainsborough) and Margaret de Ros. 1 He married Anne Cobham, daughter of Sir Thomas de Cobham and Lady Anne Stafford, in 1477. 1 He died on 20 August 1528. 1