Anne Whalesborough, Baroness Moleyns
|Also Known As:||"Anne Waesbreu", "Anne Whalesboro", "Anne de walesborough", "Ann Walesbury", "Anne De Moleyns Whalesborough"|
|Death:||Died in London, Middlesex, England|
|Place of Burial:||London, Middlesex, England|
Daughter of John Whalesborough, Esq. MP and Joan Whalesborough
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About Anne Whalesborough, Baroness Moleyns
- Anna Whalesborough1,2,3,4
- F, #26797, b. circa 1405, d. 1 March 1487
- Father John Whalesborough, Esq., Justice of the Peace for Cornwall2,3,4 b. c 1369, d. 10 Jan 1418
- Mother Jane Raleigh2,4 b. c 1372, d. b 1436
- Anna Whalesborough was born circa 1405 at of Whalesborough, Cornwall, England.2 She married Sir William Moleyns, son of Sir William de Moleyns and Margery, on 1 May 1423 at Ewelme, Oxfordshire, England; They had 2 daughters (Eleanor, wife of Sir Robert, 3rd Lord Hungerford, & of Sir Oliver Manningham; & Frideswide).2,3,4 A settlement for the marriage Anna Whalesborough and Sir Edmund Hampden, Joint-Treasurer of Ireland was made on 26 November 1442; They had no issue.2,4 Anna Whalesborough died on 1 March 1487 at St. Francis Chapel, Church of the Grey Friars, London, Middlesex, England; She was buried in the Grey Friars Church, London.2,4
- Family 1 Sir William Moleyns b. 8 Dec 1405, d. 8 May 1429
- Eleanor Moleyns+2,3,4 b. 11 Jun 1426, d. c 1492
- Family 2 Sir Edmund Hampden, Joint-Treasurer of Ireland b. c 1398, d. 4 May 1471
- 1.[S8329] Unknown author, The Complete Peerage, by Cokayne, Vol. VI, p. 620; The Ancestry of Dorothea Poyntz, by Ronny O. Bodine, p. 29; Families Directly Descended from all the Royal Families in Europe, by Elizabeth M. Rixford, p. 26.
- 2.[S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 504.
- 3.[S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. II, p. 430-431.
- 4.[S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. III, p. 153-154.
- From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p892.htm#i26797
- Anne Whalesborough1
- F, #211725
- Last Edited=7 Sep 2009
- Anne Whalesborough is the daughter of John Whalesborough.1
- Child of Anne Whalesborough and Sir William Moleyns
- 1.Elizabeth Moleyns+1 d. 1476
- 1.[S1916] Tim Boyle, "re: Boyle Family," e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 16 September 2006. Hereinafter cited as "re: Boyle Family."
- From: http://www.thepeerage.com/p21173.htm#i211725
- Mary Hungerford (c.1468 – before 10 July 1533) was the daughter of Sir Thomas Hungerford and Anne, daughter of Henry Percy, 3rd Earl of Northumberland.
- .... Mary was the great-granddaughter of Sir William Moleyns, slain at the siege of Orleans on 8 May 1429, who married, on 1 May 1423, as his second wife, Anne Whalesborough (died c. 1487), the daughter and co-heir of John Whalesborough, esquire, of Whalesborough, Cornwall, by Joan, daughter of Sir John Raleigh. By Anne Whalesborough Sir William Moleyns had two daughters, Eleanor (died c. 1492) and Frideswide. Eleanor's marriage was granted to Thomas Chaucer, esquire, and before 5 November 1440 she married Robert Hungerford, 3rd Baron Hungerford, who was beheaded on 15 May 1464 after the Battle of Hexham. ....
- From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Hungerford
- MOLEYNS, Sir William (1378-1425), of Stoke Poges, Bucks.
- Family and Education
- b. London 7 Jan. 1378, s. and h. of Sir Richard Moleyns of Stoke Poges. m. by Mich. 1401, Margery (d. 26 Mar. 1439), 1s. 1da.1 Kntd. 8 Apr. 1413.
- .... One of his mainpernors at the elections at Wilton, and a colleague in the Commons as a representative for Buckinghamshire, was Richard Wyot (probably the brother of Moleyns’s favoured retainer), who was himself then acting as steward of the estates of Bishop Beaufort of Winchester. Wyot was an associate of the bishop’s cousin, Thomas Chaucer*, with whom Moleyns, too, was also connected, for Chaucer’s wife, Maud, was a kinswoman of his. Indeed, the families drew closer in time, for Moleyns’s only son, William, was later to be married at Ewelme, Chaucer’s seat, to one of the daughters of Maud’s half-sister, Joan, daughter of Sir John Raleigh† of Nettlecombe, and wife of John Whalesborough*. Furthermore, his grand daughter was to have as one of her godmothers Chaucer’s daughter, Alice, countess of Salisbury. Another of Moleyns’s associates was Richard, Lord Strange of Knockin, for whom, in May 1417, he stood bail for his release from the Tower. Moleyns attended the Buckinghamshire elections to Parliament in 1419 and 1422.5
- Sir William died on 8 June 1425 and was buried at Stoke Poges. His son attained his majority in 1427 but was killed at the siege of Orleans two years later, leaving as the heir to the Moleyns estates his daughter, Eleanor. She subsequently married Robert Hungerford (grandson and eventual heir of Sir Walter (now Lord) Hungerford*), who was summoned to Parliament in 1445 as Lord Moleyns.6
- From: http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1386-1421/member/moleyns-sir-william-1378-1425
1. Richard de Moleyns - was born about 1350.
Richard married Eleanor Beaumont. Eleanor was born about 1350. Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i. Sir William de Moleyns was born on 7 Jan 1377, lived in Stoke,Bucks,England and died on 8 Jun 1425 . See #2. below.
Second Generation -----
2. Sir William de Moleyns - was born on 7 Jan 1377, lived in Stoke,Bucks,England and died on 8 Jun 1425 . He was the son of Richard de Moleyns and Eleanor Beaumont.
Sir William married Ann Whalesborough in 1402 in Somerset, England. Ann was born about 1380 in London, England. She died on 26 Mar 1439 in Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, England . Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i. Eleanor de Moleyns was born in 1406 and died in 1476 .
Eleanor married Lord Robert Hungerford in 1425 in Somerset, England. Lord Robert was born in 1404 in Forley, Somerset, England. He was the son of Robert Hungerford and Margaret Botreaux. He died on 18 May 1464 in Newcastle, Northumberland, Englanf .
See de Hungerford family for children.
ii. Katherine de Moleyns was born about 1425 in Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, England and died on 2 Nov 1465 in Stoke-by-Nayland, England .
Katherine - married John Howard - 1st Duke of Norfolk in 1440
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This google result shows there's an entry in Stirnet however I don't currently have a subscription:
mzmisc06(01.05.1423) Anne Whalesborough (a 01.1486, dau of John Whalesborough of Cornwall). (A), Eleanor de Moleyns (b 11.06.1426) ...
Terry Jackson 14 January 2010
Here it is.
- i. Richard de Moleyns, 3rd Baron (d 14.12.1384)
- m. Eleanor de Beaumont (dau of Henry Beaumont, 3rd Lord) identified by BE1883 (Molines) and BE1883 (Beaumont)
- a. William de Moleyns, 4th Baron (b 07.01.1377/8, d 08.06.1425)
- m. (before 25.12.1405) Margery (d 26.03.1439)
- BE1883 only shows one generation of Williams, showing Eleanor (Alianore) as daughter of the 4th baron. We follow TCP.
- (1) William de Moleyns, 5th Baron (bpt 08.12.1405, d Orleans 08.05.1429)
- m1. (1417) Katherine Fauconer (dau of Thomas Fauconer)
- m2. (01.05.1423) Anne Whalesborough (a 01.1486, dau of John Whalesborough of Cornwall)
- (A) Eleanor de Moleyns (b 11.06.1426)
- m1. (before 05.11.1440) Robert Hungerford, 3rd Lord Hungerford, Lord Moleyns, (b before 1429, d 1463/4)
- m2. (c24.03.1468/9) Sir Oliver Manyngham
- (i) Friswid Manyngham (heir) apparently of this generation
- m. Sir Thomas Oxenbridge
- (2) Katherine Moleyns (d 03.11.1465)
- m. Sir John Howard, 1st Duke of Norfolk (d Bosworth Field 22.08.1485)
- WHALESBOROUGH, John (c.1369-1418), of Whalesborough, Cornw.
- Family and Education
- b.c.1369, s. and h. of John Whalesborough (d.1382) of Whalesborough by his w. Margaret. m. by 1399, Joan (d.1435/6), da. of Sir John Raleigh† of Nettlecombe, Som., 4s. 4da.1 ....
- Whalesborough died on 10 Jan. 1418. Custody of his lands and the marriage of his heir, then aged 13, was granted out by the Crown for £100. His widow took as her second husband Sir Thomas Pomeroy*, while one of his daughters married Thomas, Lord Scales, and another William, Lord Moleyns.5
- From: http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1386-1421/member/whalesborough-john-1369-1418
Anne Whalesborough, Baroness Moleyns's Timeline
June 11, 1426
Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, , England
Stoke Poges, Northamptonshire, , England
March 1, 1487
London, Middlesex, England
Died after mentioned date.
March 8, 1969
March 8, 1969
April 19, 1969
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