|SOME NOTES ON MEDIEVAL ENGLISH GENEALOGY|
Volume 2, page 132:
He [James (de Berkeley), Lord Berkeley (d. 1463)] m., 3rdly, (1423-24) 2 Hen. VI, Isabel, widow of Henry FERRERS, s. and h. ap. of William, Lord FERRERS (of Groby), and 1st da. (whose issue became coh.) of Thomas (DE MOUBRAY), DUKE OF NORFOLK, by Elizabeth, da. of RICHARD (FITZ ALAN), EARL OF ARUNDEL.
Volume 9, page 610, note c, suggests that Isabel may have been younger than her sister Margaret, since John Howard, Margaret's son, was later created Duke of Norfolk.
[Item last updated: 16 March 2003.]
Volume 2, page 135:
His widow [Anne, daughter of Sir Thomas Fiennes, widow of William (de Berkeley), Lord Berkeley (d. 1491/2)] m. Sir Thomas BRANDON, K.G., whose will, dat. 11 Jan. 1509/10, was pr. 11 May 1510. She d. 10 Sep. 1497, and was bur. at St. George's Chapel, Windsor.
Anne's remarriage to Sir Thomas Brandon had taken place by 16 May 1496 [Catalogue of Ancient Deeds, vol. 3, p. 501 (no D. 819)].
[This evidence was provided by Douglas Richardson in February 2004.
The problem was also discussed by Peter Stewart and Tim Powys-Lybbe.
Item last updated: 30 March 2004.]