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william hastings 1st baron hastings born c 1430 kirby leicestershire ...

william hastings 1st baron hastings born c 1430 kirby leicestershire ...

Effigy of Joan Nevill, Countess of Arundel.if tomb effigies are supposed to be made in the persons likeness she was very pretty

Effigy of Joan Nevill, Countess of Arundel.if tomb effigies are supposed to be made in the persons likeness she was very pretty

Lady Joan Neville and her husband, the Earl of Arundel. Joan was a daughter of Sir Richard Neville, 5th Earl of Salisbury and Lady Alice Montacute, suo jure 5th Countess of Salisbury. Her siblings included Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick ('the Kingmaker') and Lady Alice FitzHugh (paternal great-grandmother of Queen Kateryn Parr).

Lady Joan Neville and her husband, the Earl of Arundel. Joan was a daughter of Sir Richard Neville, 5th Earl of Salisbury and Lady Alice Montacute, suo jure 5th Countess of Salisbury. Her siblings included Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick ('the Kingmaker') and Lady Alice FitzHugh (paternal great-grandmother of Queen Kateryn Parr).

The Fall of a Tudor Gentle Family: The Cookes of Gidea Hall, Essex, 1579-1629

The Fall of a Tudor Gentle Family: The Cookes of Gidea Hall, Essex, 1579-1629

Sir Knight Anthony Cooke of Gidea Hall

Sir Knight Anthony Cooke of Gidea Hall

Edward Cooke (M.A. Cambridge 1564) - Facts and Sources - Ancestry.com.au

Edward Cooke (M.A. Cambridge 1564) - Facts and Sources - Ancestry.com.au

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St Edward's Romford 16th century monument to Sir Anthony Cooke - old church. became preceptor to Prince Edward, later King Edward VI. He is shown kneeling facing his wife, with two of his sons behind him; four of his illustrious daughters kneel behind his wife. All six children were living when the monument was erected and either Mildred or Elizabeth composed the long Latin inscription.

St Edward's Romford 16th century monument to Sir Anthony Cooke - old church. became preceptor to Prince Edward, later King Edward VI. He is shown kneeling facing his wife, with two of his sons behind him; four of his illustrious daughters kneel behind his wife. All six children were living when the monument was erected and either Mildred or Elizabeth composed the long Latin inscription.