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Anne Calvert (Mynne)

Also Known As: "Anne Mayne"
Birthdate: (42)
Birthplace: Bexley, Hartfordshire, England
Death: Died in Hertingfordbury, Hertfordshire, England
Place of Burial: Hertingfordbury, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:

Daughter of George Mynne and Elizabeth Butler
Wife of Sir George Calvert and George Calvert, 1st Baron Baltimore
Mother of Leonard Calvert, 1st Proprietary Governor of Maryland; Cecilius Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore; Anne Peasley; Dorothy Talbot; Elizabeth Matthews and 6 others
Sister of Mary Mynne; Susan Mynne; Robert Mynne; John Mynne; George Mynne, MP and 1 other

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About Anne Calvert

From before 1627, her married name became Calvert. As a result of her marriage, Joan (?) was styled as Baroness Baltimore before 1627. - See more at:

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Anne Calvert's Timeline

November 20, 1579
Bexley, Hartfordshire, England
August 8, 1605
Age 25
Bexley, Kent, England

Cecilius Calvert is born in Kent, southeast of London (note: normally reliable secondary sources indicate that this is a birth date, and not a baptismal date - though a large number of dates recorded are taken from baptismal records, this is not true 100 percent of the time - records should be identified that corrects this, if it is actually a baptismal date). He is named for Robert Cecil, recently elevated to the title of Earl of Salisbury, and the boy is baptized in an (unspecified) Protestant church. As Robert Cecil rises in power, so too does George Calvert (age 25). Around the same time, George receives an honorary Master of Arts degree at Oxford from King James himself.

(Wikipedia: George Calvert, referencing two works: (1) English and Catholic: The Lords Baltimore in the Seventeenth Century, by John D. Krugler; (2) George Calvert and Cecilius Calvert: Barons Baltimore of Baltimore, by William Hand Browne; History of Parliament: George Calvert, referencing Al. Ox.)

Age 26
London, Middlesex, England

Leonard (named for his grandfather) is born the second son of George Calvert (age 26), at around the same time that George Calvert is slated to be appointed Clerk of the Crown and Assizes in Connaught Province and County Clare (a reversion of an Irish sinecure). He is rumored to have been considered for a clerkship of King James’ Privy Council shortly after.

(Wikipedia: George Calvert, referencing English and Catholic: The Lords Baltimore in the Seventeenth Century, by John D. Krugler; History of Parliament: George Calvert, referencing CSP Ire. 1603-6, pp. 514-15; CPR Ire. Jas. I, 529)

April 1, 1607
Age 27
York, Yorkshire, England
August 18, 1608
Age 28
London, Middlesex, England

Dorothy Calvert will live only 16 years.

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November 18, 1609
Age 29
London, Middlesex, England
Age 30
London, Middlesex, England
February 5, 1611
Age 31
City of London, Middlesex, England
July 8, 1613
Age 33
London, Middlesex, England