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Anne Hales (Honywood)

Also Known As: "Hannah Honeywood"
Birthplace: Charing, Kent, England
Death: before June 10, 1617
Place of Burial: Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Robert Honywood, Esq. and Mary Honywood
Wife of Sir Charles Hales
Mother of Thomas Hales; Mary Hales; Joan Hales; John Hales; Joyce Hales and 7 others
Sister of Robert Honywood, Esq; Katharine Henmarsh; Priscilla Honywood; Anthony Honywood; Thomas Honywood and 12 others

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About Anne Honywood


Born: c1547, of Charing, Kent, England.

Married: c1570.

Buried: 10 Jul 1617, Thanington, Kent, England.

Father: Robert HONEYWOOD esq. of Charing, Kent.

Mother: Mary ATWATER.


Hello Again Fellow HALE Researchers,

I finally received a response from the Canterbury Catrhedral Archivist. It confirmed Sir Charles HALE is indeed buried there and gave the burial date. I also learned the name of his wife (Dame Hannah Honeywood), dau of a Robert Honeywood.

She is also buried there along with a dau. (Alce Hales). The research found the spelling of the name as both HALE and HALES with HALES being the more common. Latest info included below.

Can any of you expand on this ? Any help GREATLY APPRECIATED !

John Williams

Redmond, WA

Descendants of Charles Hale / Hales


Parishes: Thanington Pages 21-27

The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 9. Originally published by W Bristow, Canterbury, 1800.

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THANINGTON is within the ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION of the diocese of Canterbury, and deanry of of the same.

¶The church, which is dedicated to St. Nicholas, is but small, consisting of one isle, a high chancel, and another on the south side, having a small pointed turret on the middle of the north side, in which hang three bells. It is an antient building. In the isle is a memorial for Thomas Hale, obt. 15—, rest obliterated, and arms gone. Two memorials for the Kingsfords, of Tonford. In the high chancel is a gravestone, coffinshaped. A stone with the figure of a man in armour, and inscription in brass, for Thomas Halle, esq. obt. 1485; arms, Halle, barry, three escutcheons. Within the altar-rails, a memorial for Anne, wife of Sir Charles Hales, of Canterbury, daughter of Robert Honywood, esq. of Charing, obt. 1617. Another for Sir Charles Hales, obt. 1623, arms, Hales, a crescent for difference. Memorial for Millicent, wife of Henry See, gent. married first to Henry Blechenden, esq. of Aldington; secondly to Jerom Brett, esq. of Leedes; lastly to Thomas Rownyng, gent. obt. 1612. In the south wall is an arch, hollowed in the building, and a tomb underneath. At the end of the south chancel there was formerly an altar; the niche for holy water still remains. In the church-yard, near the south side of the chancel, are the remains of an antient tomb, singularly shaped, having a stone in the shape of a lozenge lying on the base of it. By two grooves in the side and other marks, it seems to have had much more belonging to it.


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Anne Honywood's Timeline

Charing, Kent, England
Age 19
Thanington, Kent, England
Age 22
Kent, England
Age 33
Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom
June 10, 1617
Age 62