Name: George Bowes
Death: 20 AUG 1580 in Streatlam, co Durham 1 1
Burial: Barnard Castle, co Durham 1
Residence: Streatlam, Yorkshire
Occupation: Ancestor of Elizabeth, Queen Mother
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Change Date: 18 APR 2008
Sir George Bowes, by the failure of the elder male line, succeeded to the family estates. [His father was a younger son.]
The Tempests were the next recorded owners of Bradley Hall, Wolsingham, after the Eures. They were an important family until they rebelled against Queen Elizabeth I in the Northern Uprising of 1569. Sir George Bowes (1527-1580) of Streatlam Castle was a supporter of Elizabeth I and defended Barnard Castle against the rebels. After the rebellion was quashed in 1572 Bradley Hall was granted to Sir George. He transformed the house into a Tudor mansion.
Marshall of Berwick
Ancestor of Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, mother of Queen Elizabeth II, through his son Thomas, by Jane Talbot.
Father: Richard Bowes
Mother: Elizabeth Aske b: 1498
- William Bowes
Jane Talbot b: ABT 1530 in Grafton, Worcs
- Anne Bowes
- Type: Book
Periodical: Plantagenet Ancestry
Author: Douglas Richardson
Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.