|SOME NOTES ON MEDIEVAL ENGLISH GENEALOGY|
Volume 2, pages 422 and 423, as corrected in volume 14:
He [Edward (Burgh), Lord Burgh (d.1528)] m., in 1477, Anne ... widow of Edward (BLOUNT), 2nd BARON MOUNTJOY,(c) and da. and h. of Sir Thomas COBHAM, of Sterborough, Surrey ... by Elizabeth, da. of Sir John CHIDIOK, of Chidiok, Dorset.
Page 422, note c:
She had been affianced to Edward (Blount), 2nd Baron Mountjoy (1474), who d. aged 8, in 1475, and is spoken of in the will, pr. 31 Oct. 1480, of Anne, Duchess of Buckingham (who had married for her 2nd husband, Walter, Baron Mountjoy), as "my da. [i.e. granddaughter] Montjoy," then in her "nonage." See Surrey Archaeological Soc. Publications, vol.ii, pp.115-194.
Anne, the daughter and heir of Sir Thomas Cobham, could not have been the daughter of Elizabeth Chidiok (see Cobham, vol.3, p.355). She was presumably the daughter of Sir Thomas' subsequent wife Anne, daughter of Humphrey (Stafford), Duke of Buckingham, as originally stated in this volume.
Anne Cobham was stated to be aged 4 years and more at the inquisitions taken in 1471 and 1472 after her father's death [P.R.O. C 140/39/58]. Edward (Blount), Baron Mountjoy, was said to be aged 7 at his father's death in 1471 [Complete Peerage, vol.9, p.337].
[This error was pointed out by Tim Powys-Lybbe in November 2001.]