|Birthplace:||Admington (present Shipston-on-Stour), Warwickshire, England|
|Death:||Died in St Marys City, St Marys County, Province of Maryland|
Daughter of Richard Brent, Lord of Stoke and Admington and Elizabeth Brent
|Managed by:||<private> Ray|
About Anne Brent
From the Wikipedia page on Leonard Calvert:
Leonard Calvert married Ann Brent, daughter of Richard Brent. Later in 1643, Ann gave birth to a son, William Calvert and in 1644 a daughter. Leonard Calvert returned to Maryland in 1644 with his wife and child, but was soon forced to flee to Virginia. He returned at the head of an armed force in 1646 and reasserted proprietarial rule.
- Richard Brent, Esq., Sheriff of Gloucestershire1
- M, b. circa 1573
- Father Richard Brent1 b. c 1548, d. 1587
- Mother Mary Hugford1 b. c 1551
- Richard Brent, Esq., Sheriff of Gloucestershire was born circa 1573 at of Admington, Gloucestershire, England.1 He married Elizabeth Reade, daughter of Giles Reade, Esq., Sheriff of Gloucestershire & Worcestershire and Katherine Greville, in 1594; They had 6 sons (Fulk; Richard; Col. Giles, Esq;William; Edward; & George) & 7 daughters (Margaret; Mary; Catherine, a nun; Elizabeth, a nun; Eleanor, a nun; Jane; & 'Anne').1 Richard Brent, Esq., Sheriff of Gloucestershire was buried on 1 May 1652 at St. Mary's, Ilmington, Gloucestershire, England.1 His estate was probated on 21 May 1652.1
- Family Elizabeth Reade b. c 1572, d. c 16 May 1631
- 1.[S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. I, p. 305.
From Melissa Thompson Alexander's page on Anne Brent:
- Name: Anne * BRENT
- Sex: F
- Birth: BET 1612 AND 1622 in Admington, Gloucestershire, England 1
- Death: ABT 1645
Pete Faoro & Shirley Calvert-Faoro
Visit "The Calvert Chronicles" at http://calvert.cjb.net
The woman credited with being his wife, Anne Brent, claimed Royal ancestry but primarily Spanish and despised French rather than English and therefore somewhat less “clout” than the Ladies Baltimore. Anne’s forebears included no less than:
- Alfonso V of Leon
- Alfonso VI of Leon
- Sancho II of Castile
- Alfonso VII of Leon
- Alfonso IX of Leon
- Louis VIII of France
- Louis IX of France
- Edward I of England
Posted by Marguerite on October 10, 1998 at 11:54:25: (firstname.lastname@example.org)
In Reply to: Katherine Brent posted by Marguerite Atteberry Emmons on May 25, 1998 at 10:15:12:
According to Charles Brashear, the Katherine Brent married to Richard Marsham and the subject of these messages is NOT the daughter of Giles Brent and Mary Kittamaquond but in records is stated to have "been in service" in England before her marriage to Richard. Therefore, she was born in England and came as a young woman to the colonies where she married Richard Marsham.
The whole "Giles Brent" connection seems to have been a fabrication of someone who entered it into the LDS database. Another reason to be wary of that format. Thanks for all the input into this query.
- Father: Richard * BRENT b: 1573 in Larke Stoke, Gloucestershire, England
- Mother: Elizabeth * REED b: ABT 1578 in of Tusburie, England
- Marriage 1 Leonard * CALVERT b: 1606 in London, England
- Married: 1642
Note: George Calvert , email@example.com writes: ..."I have not any proof of Leonard's marriage to Ann. The belief has long been that Leonard Calvert did mar a "Brent", and many of us continue to show "Ann Brent" as being his wife. Actually, he probably married one of Ann's cousins, since there is written evidence that Ann was sitll using her maiden name (Brent) long after Leonard's death.
- 1. William * CALVERT b: 1642 in MD or Yorkshire, England
- 2. Ann CALVERT b: 1644 in Yorkshire, England
- 1.Paul Tobler e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
From Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties, compiled by Darrin Lythgoe:
Name: Laree Lee
Email: mcdanielgirl2001@yahoo dot com
Margaret Peshell was the wife of Richard Brent Jr., they were the parents of the Spinster Anne Brent mentioned in the 1651 record. She is being confused with Her Aunt whose mother was Elizabeth Reed. I have looked at the Brents transcribed records baptisms ect..
The mention of Anne Brent as a spinster, that is actually a niece of original Anne Brent, I have looked at these records.
Anne Brent daughter of Richard Brent and Elizabeth Reed, had a brother named Richard Brent no doubt named for his father, he had a wife off the top of my head I believe her first name was Margaret, when you look at the records for the Spinster Anne Brent she is the daughter of Richard Brent Jr., and Margaret??? she has been confused with her Aunt. My thinking is the reason we don't have a record for Leonard Calvert's marriage to Anne Brent is because it was a Catholic Ceremony. Just speculation, they would have been marrying in England on Leonard's trip back from Maryland it wasn't popular to be a Practicing Catholic in England in those days.
Contributed by: James Hughes
From The Pearsall Family :1100 Years:
This branch of the family were Catholics and were in constant trouble with the authorities on account of their failure to attend upon the services of the Established Church of England. The family of Brent divided at this time in their religious adherence the same as the Horsley-London branches of the Horsley family of Pershall. In the Royalist papers (State Papers, Domestic, G 72, pages 231, 276 and 285) appears the following:
January 25, 1654-5. Order for search to be made in the old books as to the sequestration of the manor of Larkstoke, Co. Gloucester, for the Recusancy of Richard Brent the elder, deceased, or of Foulke Brent, Richard Brent the younger, Edward Brent, George Brent, Anne Brent and Jane Brent, children of said Richard Brent the elder...When the children were summoned to take the [loyalty] oath there appeared only Mrs Anne Brent and she refused to take it. The estate was therefore continued under sequestration, all of them being known papists.
Dated at Gloucester May 10, 1653. It was an important fact in our family history that this branch of the Brent family were Roman Catholics and the friends of the Calverts and the Lords Baltimore." (Pearsalls pp 994-996)
Anne Brent's Timeline
February 10, 1612
Admington (present Shipston-on-Stour), Warwickshire, England
August 7, 1637
Kipin, Richmondshire, England
Presuming a June 1643 marriage, and pregnancy immediately afterward, the likely birth of William Calvert would have been in March 1644. William Calvert was an infant at the time of his parents departure for America, likely around July 1644.
June 23, 1645
Anne Brent, Ann's mother, may have been pregnant when she accompanied Leonard back to the New World. Almost immediately upon arriving in Maryland, Leonard and his government were forced to flee in the face of an attack by Richard Ingle at the start of the Plundering Time. Somehow, the children survived, so it is likely that Anne escaped with her husband, children in tow. However, for some reason, Anne didn't live long after fleeing Maryland, and appeared to have preceded her husband in death.
Final note by Ben M. Angel: there were only two children known (officially recorded) to have been born to Leonard Calvert and Anne Brent. There probably wasn't time enough for more than two children to be born. The likelihood of a third child named Charles to have been born is very unlikely. But then again, death in childbirth was not uncommon in this age, and there are very few records related to Anne's life. Would welcome seeing proof confirming Charles' birth, following Ann's.
September 2, 1994
September 16, 1994