Letters and Papers Foreign and Domestic Henry VIII Volume 18 Part 1 Jan Jul 1543

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Letters and Papers Foreign and Domestic Henry VIII Volume 18 Part 1 Jan Jul 1543 22 Jan 1

22 Jan 1543. Cap. xl. [o. n. 32]. That, whereas Eliz. Burgh (31), late wife of Sir Thos. Burgh (33), dec., son and heir apparent of Thos. lord Burgh (55), lived in adultery during her husband's lifetime, and had children, Margaret, Humfrey, and Arthur by other persons than her husband, as she has partly confessed, these children are to be taken for bastards.

Before Jan 1543 Thomas Burgh 1510-1543 died. His children had been made bastards by an Act of Parliament so were disinherited from their grand-father's baronies.

Letters and Papers Foreign and Domestic Henry VIII Volume 18 Part 1 Jan Jul 1543 22 Jan

22 Jan 1543. Cap. xliii. [o. n. 39]. Whereas lady Anne (26), wife of Sir Wm. Parre lord Parre (31), continued in adultery notwithstanding admonition, and, finally, two years past, left his company and has since had a child begotten in adultery, that the said child and all future children she may have shall be held bastards.

Around 1539 Hans Holbein The Younger Painter 1497-1543. Drawing of William Parr 1st Marquess Northampton 1512-1571.

22 Jan 1543. Once William Parr 1st Marquess Northampton 1512-1571 (31) and Anne Bourchier 7th Baroness Bourchier 1517-1571 (26) did live together both commenced affairs. She with John Lyngfield, prior of St. James's Church, in Tanbridge, Surrey [Source. Wikipedia. However, there is no church of St James in Tandbridge?], by whom she had an illegitimate child named John Parr. He with Dorothy Braye Baroness Chandos Baroness Knollys 1524-1605 (19). To protect the interest of his subsequent children Parr (31) pursued legislation to disinherit her child. See Letters and Papers Foreign and Domestic Henry VIII Volume 18 Part 1 Jan Jul 1543 22 Jan.