Name: Anne Ogard 1
Death: 1512 2
MEM: Chilton, Suffolk: elaborate tomb
Change Date: 2 MAR 2010
In a pedigree, the origin of which is not given, presented by Howard, Margery Crane is placed as only daughter and eventual heiress of Robert Crane by his wife Anne (Ogard), Lady Arundel. By the will of her husband, Thomas Appleton, however, we know that Margery had a sister, the Abbess of Bruisyard, and in this pedigree "Elizabeth, 3 dau., a nun at Brusyard" is placed as daughter of a senior Robert Crane, the father of the man who married Lady Arundel.
That Margery (Crane) Appleton was in fact the daughter of the senior Robert Crane and sister of the younger Robert is fully proved by the latter's will of August 4, 1500, in which he leaves "to my suster Appulton my Releqwikis aboute my nek,: which must have been holy objects in a little case, and appoints "my brother Thomas Appulton gentleman" executor. The inquest on the estate of the younger Robert Crane, taken in 1501, states that "he died without heir of his body begotten," and in her will of 1508 his widow, Anne, Lady Arundell, names Arundell children but no Crane children. Finally, the inquest shows that Robert Crane and Lady Arundell were not married until 1477, when Margery Crane must long have been Thomas Appleton's wife.
Married 1st Humphrey or Renfrey, son of Sir Renfrey Arundell and Joan Colshull. He was Sheriff of Cornwall in 1462.
Or died 1521.Page: Page 40
Father: Andrew Ogard
Mother: Alice Neville b: 1404
Humphrey or Renfrey Arundell
- Text: The Cranes of Suffolk, extr. from 'The visitation of Suffolke' By William Hervey
- Type: Book
Periodical: Memorials of the Cranes of Chilton: with a pedigree of the family, and the ...
Author: William Sumner Appleton
- Type: Book
Periodical: Massachusetts and Maine Families in the Ancestry of Walter Goodwin
Author: Walter. G. Davis
Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore MD