Ancestors of a 21st century British family

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  • ID: I9482
  • Name: Margaret Bourchier
  • Suffix: Baroness Bryan
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: 1468 in Yorkshire
  • Death: 1551 1
  • Occupation: Governess to Princesses Mary & Elizabeth
  • Note:

    Governess first to Princess Mary Tudor (b 1516), later to Princess Elizabeth Tudor.
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    Her second and third husbands were David Zouche and John Sands, respectively. These marriages were childless.
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    A grateful Henry VIII recognized Margaret Bryan as a baroness in her own right.
    (Elizabeth: The Struggle for the Throne? by David Starkey)
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    She was, according to her own account, made a Baroness (Baroness Bryan?) by the King.
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    Elizabeth called her "Muggie".
    (www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/childhood-of-queen-elizabeth-i.htm)
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  • Change Date: 24 APR 2009



    Father: Humphrey Bourchier b: ABT 1440
    Mother: Elizabeth Tylney

    Marriage 1 Thomas Bryan
    • Married: BEF FEB 1495
    • Note: Margaret mentioned in father in law?s will.
    Children
    1. Has Children Elizabeth Bryan b: ABT 1490

    Sources:
    1. Type: Book
      Periodical: Edward VI: the young King: the protectorship of the Duke of Somerset?
      Author: Wilbur Kitchener Jordan
      Date: 1968
      Page: p38
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