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  • ID: I56164
  • Name: Henry Greene
  • Prefix: Sir
  • Sex: M
  • Death: FEB 1466
  • Residence: Drayton & Addington, Northants
  • Note: 1

    John de Greene (d abt 1433)'s son Henry died in 1467 leaving an only daughter and heir Constance, who married John Stafford, third son of Humphrey, Duke of Buckingham. Stafford was created Earl of Wiltshire in 1470 and died three years later. His only son Edward died without issue in 1499, and after a long dispute his property passed to the heirs of his maternal grandfather Henry Greene (d 1467), who were the descendants of Greene's sisters Isabel and Margaret. Of these, Margaret left by her husband Sir William Huddleston a daughter Elizabeth, who married Sir Thomas Cheney and died without issue in 1502.
    The whole inheritance thus passed to the issue of Isabel Greene, who had married Sir Richard Vere. Their son Sir Henry Vere left four daughters; of these one died without issue, so that Warminster was divided into thirds amongst the others.
  • _UID: B0F4F7F803B94BD487A802667157CBB951D1
  • Change Date: 3 JAN 2008

    Father: John De Greene
    Mother: Margaret Green

    Marriage 1 Constance De Poynings
    • Married: 1439
    1. Has No Children Constance Greene

    1. Type: Book
      Periodical: Victoria County History of Wiltshire
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