|Birthplace:||Waterstock, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom|
|Death:||(Date and location unknown)|
Daughter of James Fiennes, 1st Baron Saye and Emmeline Fiennes
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Memorials of the Danvers family (of Dauntsey and Culworth): their ancestors ... By Francis Nottidge MacNamara
"THOMAS DANVERS of Waterstock, eldest son of John Danvers and Joan Bruley, was born about the year 1422, and died in the year 1502; that is to say, he lived from the year of the death of Henry V., though the long reign of Henry VI., and the reigns of Edward IV., Edward V., Richard III., and the greater part of that of Henry VII."
" He was twice married--first to a sister of Lord Say, who is often mentioned in genealogies of the family, though her Christian name is nowhere given. She was a daughter of the James Fiennes, Lord Say, who was beheaded in the year 1450; sister, therefore, to William, second Lord Say. Edmondson, in his 'Baronagium Genealogicum,' gives William three sisters, of whom one, named Elizabeth, married William Cromer; the matches of the other two sisters, Emmeline and Jane, are not mentioned, and it was doubtless one of these whom Thomas Danvers married.