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Anne Sapcote, Countess of Bedford

Also Known As: "Married 1512", "Huntington", "Eng.", "Lady in Waiting to Queen Elizabeth I"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Bletsoe, Bedfordshire, England
Death: Died in Chenies, Buckinghamshire, England
Place of Burial: Chenies, Buckinghamshire, England
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Sir Guy Sapcote, Kt. and Margaret Sapcote
Wife of Sir John Broughton; Richard Jernegan, Knight and John Russell,1st Earl of Bedford
Mother of Anne Broughton; Katherine Broughton; Jane Osborne (Broughton); Robert Broughton; John Broughton and 1 other

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About Anne Sapcote, Countess of Bedford

Conflict data from merge of 6 September 2010: birth year 1556/1559/1558

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  • Lady in Waiting to Queen Elizabeth
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Name: Lady Anne (Countess of Bedford) SAPCOTE, LADY IN WAITING TO QUEEN ELIZAB

  • Given Name: Lady Anne (Countess of Bedford)
  • Surname: Sapcote, Lady in Waiting to Queen Elizabeth
  • _TMPLT: 1
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: 1489 in Huntingdonshire, England
  • _TMPLT: 1
  • Death: 14 MAR 1558 in Chenies, Buckinghamshire, England
  • _TMPLT: 1

  • Father: Sir Guy Abraham SAPCOTE b: 1449 in Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire, England 

  • Mother: Margaret Lady Sapcote WOLFSON b: 1463 in Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire, England


  • Marriage 1 Sir John BOUGHTON OF WESTMORELAND b: 1490 in Broughton, Buckinghamshire, England
    • Married: 1509 in Toddington, Bedfordshire, England. 1
    • Married: 1509 in Huntingdonshire, England 1
    • Children
      • 1. John BROUGHTON b: 1517 in Broughton, Buckinghamshire, England
  • 
Marriage 2 Sir John 1st Earl of Bedford RUSSELL b: APR 1485 in Kingston Russell, Dorset, England

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Russell,_1st_Earl_of_Bedford

John Russell, 1st Earl of Bedford

  • In the spring of 1526 he married Anne Sapcote (alias Shapcote), daughter of Sir Guy Sapcote of Huntingdonshire by his wife Margaret Wolston.[16]
    • She had been twice widowed.
    • Her first husband was John Broughton (d. 24 January 1518)[17][18] of Toddington, Bedfordshire, by whom she had a son and three daughters:
      • John Broughton (d.1528).
      • Katherine Broughton (d. 23 April 1535), who was the ward firstly of Cardinal Wolsey, and secondly Agnes, Duchess of Norfolk, who married Katherine, as his first wife, to her eldest son, William Howard, 1st Baron Howard of Effingham.[19][20][21]
      • Anne Broughton (d. 16 May 1562),[22][23][24] who married, as his second wife, by dispensation dated 24 May 1539, Sir Thomas Cheyney, Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports.[25][26] There is a monument to her at Toddington.[27]
      • Daughter whose name is unknown, and who died between July 1517 and 1529.[28]
  • Anne Sapcote's second husband was Sir Richard Jerningham (d.1525), by whom she had no issue.[29]
  • As indicated by the armorials painted on the monument of Russell's granddaughter, Elizabeth Bourchier, Countess of Bath, at Tawstock in Devon, (Sable, three dovecotes argent) Anne Sapcote was from the family usually known as Shapcote, which originated on the estate of Shapcote in the manor of Knowstone, North Devon. On 25 May 1500 Sir John Shapcot, Knight, as patron by proxy of Tawstock Church, appointed as rector Thomas Bourchier.[30]
    • They had only one child, a son and heir:
      • Francis Russell, 2nd Earl of Bedford (1527-1585)

Sources for Footnotes:

  • 16. Tudorplace
  • 17. ^ Copinger 1910, pp. 156, 319.
  • 18. ^ Katherine Broughton (c.1514-April 23, 1535), A Who’s Who of Tudor Women: Brooke-Bu, compiled by Kathy Lynn Emerson to update and correct Wives and Daughters: The Women of Sixteenth-Century England (1984) Retrieved 1 June 2013.
  • 19. ^ Richardson II 2011, p. 417.
  • 20. ^ Lysons 1792, pp. 278-9.
  • 21. ^ Harris 2002, pp. 108-9.
  • 22. ^ Pollard 1901, p. 423.
  • 23. ^ Nichols 1848, pp. 282, 370.
  • 24. ^ Nichols gives the date of her death as 16 May on p. 282, and as 18 May on p. 370.
  • 25. ^ Blaydes 1884, p. 14.
  • 26. ^ Cheyne, Sir Thomas (1482/87-1558), of the Blackfriars, London and Shurland, Isle of Sheppey, Kent, History of Parliament Retrieved 1 June 2013.
  • 27. ^ Pollard 1901, p. 422.
  • 28. ^ Nicolas 1826, p. 557.
  • 29. ^ MacMahon 2004.
  • 30. ^ List of rectors displayed in Tawstock Church
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Anne Sapcote[1]

  • F, #27576,
  • b. between 1492 and 1498,
  • d. 14 March 1558/59
  •  Anne Sapcote was born between 1492 and 1498 at Chenies, Huntingdonshire, England.[2]
  • She was the daughter of Sir Guy Sapcote and Margaret Wolston.[1]
  • She married, firstly, John Broughton before 1525.[1]
  • She married, secondly, Sir Richard Jerningham before 1526.[1]
  • She married, thirdly, John Russell, 1st Earl of Bedford, son of James Russell and Alice Wyse, in 1526.[1
  • She died on 14 March 1558/59.1 She was buried on 21 March 1558/59 at Chenies, Buckinghamshire, England.[1]
  •  From before 1525, her married name became Broughton.[1]
  • From before 1526, her married name became Jerningham.[1]

Her married name became Russell.

  • * As a result of her marriage, Anne Sapcote was styled as Baroness Russell on 9 March 1538/39.
  • As a result of her marriage, Anne Sapcote was styled as Countess of Bedford on 19 January 1549/50.

Children of Anne Sapcote and John Broughton

  • 1 Katherine Broughton[+3] d. 23 Apr 1535
  • 2 John Boughton[3]

Child of Anne Sapcote and John Russell, 1st Earl of Bedford

  • 1 Francis Russell, 2nd Earl of Bedford[+1] b. 1527, d. 28 Jul 1585

Citations

  • 1. [S6] G.E. Cokayne; with Vicary Gibbs, H.A. Doubleday, Geoffrey H. White, Duncan Warrand and Lord Howard de Walden, editors, The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, Extant, Extinct or Dormant, new ed., 13 volumes in 14 (1910-1959; reprint in 6 volumes, Gloucester, U.K.: Alan Sutton Publishing, 2000), volume II, page 75. Hereinafter cited as The Complete Peerage.
  • 2. [S3496] Will Johnson, "re: Vesey Family," e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 8 January 2009. Hereinafter cited as "re: Vesey Family."
  • 3. [S6] Cokayne, and others, The Complete Peerage, volume V, page 9.
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http://www.middlesex-heraldry.org.uk/publications/monographs/chenies/cheniesBKM-monuments.htm Heraldry of the Bedford Chapel, Chenies Buckinghamshire

  • M1 John, 1st Earl and Anne Sapcote
  • M1 JOHN, 1st. EARL OF BEDFORD K.G. & ANNE SAPCOTE, HIS WIFE
    • John Russell, 1st Earl of Bedford, born 1485, died 1554/55 and
    • Anne, his Countess, died 1559.
      • She was the only child of Sir Guy Sapcote and heiress, through her maternal grandmother of Cheynes and Seamark.
      • She married -
        • 1. Sir John Broughton of Torrington 
        • 2. Sir Richard Jerningham 
        • 3. John Russell 
      • She brought the Chenies and Thornhaugh estates and built the Bedford Chapel. (from Bucks Visitations - Russells inherited Chenies under the will of Dame Agnes Cheney through her niece Anne Seamark, wife of Sir William Sapcote and mother of Sir Guy Sapcote). 
    • In the chancel is the oldest completed monument in the Chapel, early 16th c. most probably of Italian workmanship. Executed in red-veined alabaster, probably from Derbyshire, entirely uncoloured. The sides of the tomb chest are panelled, ornamented with pilasters, arabesques in relief and inlaid with Venetian Renaissance motifs of lozenges and roundels of clouded black marble and polished flint. Carved shields with achievement of arms are in each panel and at ends - eight in number. Recumbent effigies of the Earl and Countess, hands joined and raised in the attitude of prayer - the Earl's figure clad in plate armour with the collar and mantle of the Garter, coronet and cross hilted sword. The head is on a helmet with goat couchant crest, mantling arranged to cover the hollow end and the feet on a lion. The face is modelled from a portrait of the Earl, by Holbein, in Woburn Abbey and indicates the droop of the eyelid over the eye which was damaged by an arrow at the siege of Morlaix in 1523. 
    • His wife is in robes of a Peeress, with the coronet and also with long hair. The feet are on a heraldic antelope couchant, gorged with a coronet and chain reflexed over back.
    • The monument was erected by their son Francis, 2nd Earl and its position changed since Scharf compiled his book.

 

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Titled Elizabethans: A Directory of Elizabethan Court, State, and Church ...  edited by Arthur F. Kinney, Jane A. (pg 96)

  • Beauchamp (Baron/Baroness)--see Hertford
  • (Earl/Countess)
  • Bedford (Earl/Countess)
  • John [1] Russell, 1st Earl of Bedford (1539-1555); b.c.1486; d. 14 Mar 1555
    • m. 1526 Anne Sapcote, Countess of Bedford (1539-1559) widow of Sir John Broughton and Sir Richard Jerningham; she d. 14 Apr 1559.
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http://www.oxford-shakespeare.com/Probate/PROB_11-42A_ff_404-5.pdf

THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES PROB 11/42A, ff. 404-5 1 ________________________________________________________________________

SUMMARY: The document below is the Prerogative Court of Canterbury copy of the will, dated 19 August 1558 and proved 21 March 1559, of Anne Sapcote (d. 14 March 1559).

  • The testatrix was the daughter and coheir of Sir Guy Sapcote by his wife, Margaret Wolston, the daughter and coheir of Sir Guy Wolston (d.1504) by Margaret Tamworth (d.1476). She had a sister, Elizabeth Sapcote (d. 18 August 1548), who married firstly John Stile (d.1505), and secondly Sir James Yarford (d.1527), Lord Mayor of London.
    • See Howard, Joseph Jackson and George John Armytage, eds., The Visitation of London Taken in the Year 1568, Vol. I, (London: Harleian Society, 1869), p. 84, and:
    • http://www.kateemersonhistoricals.com/TudorWomenWi-Z.htm.
    • For the will of Sir James Yarford, see TNA PROB 11/22, ff. 159-60.
    • For the will of Elizabeth Sapcote Stile Yarford, see TNA PROB 11/32, ff. 96-7.
  • The testatrix married firstly John Broughton (d. 24 January 1518), the son of Sir Robert Broughton (d.1506) by his wife Katherine de Vere, who is said to have been an illegitimate daughter of John de Vere, 13th Earl of Oxford. See Ross, James, John de Vere, Thirteenth Earl of Oxford (442-1513), ‘The Foremost Man of the Kingdom’, (Woodbridge, Suffolk: The Boydell Press, 2011), p. 187. For the will of John Broughton (d. 24 January 1518), see TNA PROB 11/19, ff. 135-6. For the will of Sir Robert Broughton, see TNA PROB 11/15, ff. 234-5.
  • By John Broughton the testatrix had a son, John (d.1528), and three daughters:
    • -Katherine Broughton (d. 23 April 1535), who was the ward firstly of Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, and secondly Agnes Howard, Duchess of Norfolk, who married Katherine, as his first wife, to her eldest son, William Howard, 1st Baron Howard of Effingham. See Richardson, Douglas, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd ed., Vol. II, (Salt Lake City, 2011), p. 417; Lysons, Daniel, The Environs of London, Vol. I, (London: A. Strahan, 1792), pp. 278-9; Harris, Barbara J., English Aristocratic Women 1450-1550, (New York: Oxford University Press, 2002).
    • -Anne Broughton (d. 16 May 1562), who married, as his second wife, by dispensation dated 24 May 1539, Sir Thomas Cheyney. There is a monument to her at Toddington. See Pollard, Albert Frederick, ‘Cheyne, Thomas’, Dictionary of National Biography, 1901 Supplement, pp. 421-3; entry for Sir Thomas Cheyney in Bindoff, S.T., The House of Commons 1509-1558, Vol. I, (London: Secker & Warburg, 1882), pp. 634-8; Blaydes, Frederic August, The Visitations of Bedfordshire, Vol. XIX, (London: Harleian Society, 1884), p. 14; Nichols, John Gough, ed., ‘A Summary Catalogue of Monumental Art Existing in Parish Churches’, The Topographer and Genealogist, Vol. I, (London: John Bowyer Nichols and Son, 1846), p. 156; Nichols, John Gough, ed., The Diary of Henry Machyn, (London: Camden Society, 1848), pp. 282, 370. Nichols gives the date of Anne’s death as 16 May on p. 282, and as 18 May on p. 370.

Modern spelling transcript copyright ©2013 Nina Green All Rights Reserved http://www.oxford-shakespeare.com/THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES PROB 11/42A, ff. 404-5 2 ________________________________________________________________________

  • * -Elizabeth Broughton, who died unmarried in 1524. There is a monument to her at Chenies. See Nicolas, Nicholas Harris, Testamenta Vetusta, Vol. II, (London: Nichols & Son, 1826), p. 557; Haines, Herbert, A Manual of Monumental Brasses, Part II, (London: J.H. and James Parker, 1861), p. 21.
  • The testatrix married secondly, Sir Richard Jerningham (d.1525), the son of Sir John Jerningham (d.1503) and Isabel Clifton, the daughter of Sir Gervase Clifton (d.1471) and Isabel Herbert. See Richardson, Douglas, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd ed., Vol. I, (Salt Lake City, 2011), p. 512; Druery, John Henry, Historical Notices of Great Yarmouth, (London: Nichols & Son, 1826), p. 172; and Betham, William, The Baronetage of England, Vol. I, (Ipswich: Burrell and Bransby, 1801), pp. 226, 232, available online. There were no children of the testatrix’ marriage to Sir Richard Jerningham, although in his own will he names three illegitimate children (‘Richard, Robert and Mary, my bastards’). For the will of Sir Richard Jerningham, see TNA PROB 11/22, f. 67.
  • The testatrix’ brother-in-law, Edward Jerningham (d. 6 January 1515) of Somerleyton, married firstly Margaret Bedingfield (d. 24 March 1504), and secondly Mary Scrope (d. 25 August 1548). After Edward Jerningham’s death, Mary (nee Scrope) Jerningham married Sir William Kingston. For the will of Edward Jerningham, see TNA PROB 11/18, ff. 30-1. For the will of Mary (nee Scrope) Jerningham Kingston, see TNA PROB 11/32, ff. 168-9. For the will of Sir William Kingston, see TNA PROB 11/28, f. 252.
  • The testatrix’ sister-in-law Margaret (or Mary) Jerningham married Thomas Stanhope, esquire, of Shelford or Rampton, by whom she had two sons, Sir Edward Stanhope (who married firstly Adelina or Avelina Clifton, and secondly Elizabeth Bourchier), and John Stanhope. See Burke, John, A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire, 6th ed., (London: Henry Colburn, 1839), pp. 195-6; Burke, Bernard, A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage, (London: Harrison and Sons, 1880), p. 237; Brydges, Egerton, Collins’s Peerage of England, Vol. III, (London: F.C. and J. Rivington, 1812), pp. 412-13, available online.
  • Shortly after the death of Sir Richard Jerningham, the testatrix married John Russell, 1st Earl of Bedford, by whom she was the mother of Francis Russell, 2nd Earl of Bedford.
  • The testatrix appoints three persons to take charge of her burial, ‘my Lord Marquess of Westminster, my Lord Abbot of Westminster, and my Lord of Saint Jones’, who can be identified as:
    • -William Paulet, 1st Marquess of Winchester (1474/5?–1572), grandfather of William Paulet (c.1532-1598), 3rd Marquess of Winchester, husband of Agnes Howard (d.1601), only child of the testatrix’ daughter, Katherine Broughton, by William Howard, 1st Baron Howard of Effingham.
      • See the entries for William Paulet, 1st Marquess, and William Paulet, 3rd Marquess, in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, available online. 
    • - John Feckenham, Abbot of Westminster.
    • -John Paulet, Lord St. John (1517-1576), son and heir of William Paulet, 1st Marquess of Winchester, and father of the testatrix’ son-in-law, William Paulet (c.1532-1598), 3rd Marquess of Winchester. In 1557 John Paulet, Lord St. John, had married Elizabeth Seymour (d. before 9 June 1563), a younger sister of Queen Jane Seymour.

LM: D{omi}ne Anne Comitisse Bedford

  • In the name of God, Amen. The 19th day of August in the fifth and sixth years of the reign of our Sovereign Lord and Lady Philip and Mary by the grace of God King and Queen of England, France, both Sicilies, Jerusalem and Ireland, Defenders of the Faith, Archdukes of Austria, Dukes of Milan, Burgundy and Brabant, Counties of Hapsburg, Flanders and Tyrol, I, Lady Anne, Countess of Bedford, being sick in body but of good and perfect memory, do make and ordain this my present testament containing my last will in manner and form following:

First I commit my soul into the hands of Almighty God, trusting only by the death and passion of his dear son, Jesus Christ, to be saved, and my body in the earth to be buried as hereafter it is expressed; Item, I give and bequeath unto my son, the Earl of Bedford, all my goods movables and unmovable, chattels and debts whatsoever and wheresoever they be;

  • * Item, I give and bequeath to the Lord Edward Russell, my son’s son, my manor of Thornhaugh with all the lands and tenements and other the appurtenances to the said manor belonging or appertaining, set, lying and being within the counties of Northampton and Huntington, to have and to hold the said manor, lands, tenements with the said appurtenances to him, the said Lord Edward, and to the heirs of [-of] his body lawfully begotten;
    • Item, I give and bequeath to Francis Russell, gentleman, one other of my son’s son[s], my manor of Covington in the county of Huntington, to have and to hold the said manor to him, the said Francis, for term of his life;

Item, I give to Henry Cheyney, esquire, my daughter’s son, one annuity or yearly rent of fifty pounds by year out of my lands and tenements, to have and to hold the said annuity... [cont. below]

  • * Modern spelling transcript copyright ©2013 Nina Green All Rights Reserved

http://www.oxford-shakespeare.com/THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES PROB 11/42A, ff. 404-5 4 ________________________________________________________________________ ... or yearly rent of fifty pounds to him, the said Henry, during the natural life of the father of the said Henry; Item, I give to Hugh Tebanien, gentleman, and Sibyl, his wife, my servants, one annuity or yearly rent of twenty pounds by the year during the life of the father of the said Henry [sic?];

  • * And of this my present testament and last will I make, constitute, ordain and appoint my foresaid son, th’ Earl of Bedford, my sole executor;
    • And for my burial and [f. 405r] order of my servants, I put to the discretion of my Lord Marquess of Winchester, Lord Treasurer of England, my Lord Abbot of Westminster, and my Lord of Saint Jones [=John’s?];

These being witnesses, the Lord Marquess of Winchester, Lord Treasurer of England, and Thomas Bright.

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  • Countess of Bedford Anne Sapcote (b. Bef. 1500, d. 14 Mar 1558)
  • Anne Sapcote (daughter of Guy Sapcote and Margaret Wolston) was born Bef. 1500 in Huntingdonshire, England, and died 14 Mar 1558. She married John Russell on 1526, son of James Russell and Alice Wyse.

Notes for Anne Sapcote:

  • Anne Sapcote was the daughter of Sir Guy Sapcote and Margaret Wolston.1 She was born before 1500. She married, firstly, John Broughton before 1525.1 She married, secondly, Sir Richard Jerningham before 1526.1 She married, thirdly, Sir John Russell, 1st Earl of Bedford, son of James Russell and Alice Wyse, in 1526.1 She died on 14 March 1558/59.1 She was buried on 21 March 1558/59 at Chenies, Buckinghamshire, England.1

As of before 1525, her married name was Broughton.1 As of before 1526, her married name was Jerningham.1 Her married name was Russell. Through her marriage, Anne Sapcote gained the title of Baroness Russell on 9 March 1538/39. Through her marriage, Anne Sapcote gained the title of Countess of Bedford on 19 January 1549/50. Children of Anne Sapcote and John Broughton:

  • John Boughton
  • Katherine Boughton b. b 1516, d. 23 Apr 1535

Child of Anne Sapcote and Sir John Russell, 1st Earl of Bedford:

  • Sir Francis Russell, 2nd Earl of Bedford+ b. 1527, d. 28 Jul 1585

Citations

  • 1 [S6] G.E. Cokayne; with Vicary Gibbs, H.A. Doubleday, Geoffrey H. White, Duncan Warrand and Lord Howard de Walden, editors, The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, Extant, Extinct or Dormant, new ed., 13 volumes in 14 (1910-1959; reprint in 6 volumes, Gloucester, U.K.: Alan Sutton Publishing, 2000), volume II, page 75. Hereinafter cited as The Complete Peerage.

More About Anne Sapcote:

  • Burial: 21 Mar 1558, Chenies, Buckinghamshire, England.

More About Anne Sapcote and John Russell:

  • Marriage: 1526
  • Children of Anne Sapcote and John Russell are:
    • i. +Francis Russell, b. 1527, Chenies, Buckinghamshire, England, d. 28 Jul 1585, Bedford House, Strand, Middlesex, England.
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Anne Sapcote, Countess of Bedford's Timeline

1489
1489
UK
1489
Bletsoe, Bedfordshire, England
1514
1514
Age 25
1514
Age 25
Toddington, Bedfordshire, England
1516
1516
Age 27
1517
1517
Age 28
Broughton, Westmoreland, England
1526
1526
Age 37
3rd husband
1527
April 1527
Age 38
Chenies, Buckinghamshire, England
1558
March 14, 1558
Age 69
Chenies, Buckinghamshire, England
1559
March 21, 1559
Age 69
Chenies, Buckinghamshire, England