|SOME NOTES ON MEDIEVAL ENGLISH GENEALOGY|
Volume 9, page 42:
She [Anne, widow of Edmund Hampden (d. 1471) and of William de Moleyns (d. 1429), and daughter of John Whalesborough] made her will 28 Feb. 1486/7, and was bur. in the Grey Friars' church, London.
Douglas Richardson, in January 2003, provided details of a commission to administer her goods, granted 2 May 1489 to her daughter, Lady Eleanor Manyngham alias Hungerford [citing Register of John Morton, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1486-1500, vol. 1 (Canterbury and York Society, vol.75, p. 107)].
[Item last updated: 2 March 2003.]