Helena Tyndale (Felbrigg)
|Also Known As:||"Alena", "Alana", "Helena Tyndall", "Helena Bigod", "Alana Tyndale", "Felbrigge"|
|Birthplace:||Breisworth Manor, Breisworth, Suffolk, England|
|Death:||Died in Breisworth, Suffolk, England|
Daughter of Sir Simon Felbrigge, KG and Margaret Felbrigge
|Managed by:||Desiree "Dez" Stratford|
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Helena Bigod De Felbrigg: Heiress 1: of Sir Symond Bygod of Felbrigge Heiress 2: of her brother Thomas for Breisworth Manor, Suffolk
information to mine: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/m/y/e/Ron-C-Myers/GENE30-0250.html
The 3rd Baron's daughter Elizabeth had married Roger de Felbrigg (1316-1362) from a prominent Norfolk family and her heirs were her great-granddaughter Helena de Felbrigg (1399-1426), also heiress of the Felbrigg family, and her husband William Tyndale (1397-1426). Helena and William were the great-grandparents of Sir William Tyndale (1494-1536), protestant reformer and translator of the Bible into English (and ultimately martyred for it).
Somebody's gotten at least two Alanas mixed up. This one was related to Queen Anne of Bohemia.
"By his wife Alana, daughter of one Barrey of Wales, who survived him till 1456 (Cal. Inq. post mortem, iv. 276), he had two sons and two daughters (Harl. MS. 381, f. 168; Visit. Bedfordshire, p. 198; Visit. Norfolk, p. 304)."
- The visitations of Bedfordshire: annis Domini 1566, 1582, and 1634 (Google eBook) William Harvey, Robert Cooke, George Owen, Sir Richard Saint-George, Frederick Augustus Page-Turner, College of Arms (Great Britain). 1884 - Bedfordshire (England) - 234 pages. Page 198