Person:Anne Seymour (1)

Anne Seymour
b.abt 1538
m. 3 Jun 1550
m. 29 Apr 1555
  1. Edward Untonabt 1556 - 1589
  2. Edmund Unton - BEF 1583
  3. Francis Unton - BEF 1583
  4. Alexander Unton - BEF 1583
  5. Anne Unton
  6. Henry Untonabt 1557 - 1596
  7. Cecilia Unton1561 - 1618
Facts and Events
Name Anne Seymour
Gender Female
Birth? abt 1538
Marriage 3 Jun 1550 to John Dudley, 2nd Earl of Warwick
Marriage 29 Apr 1555 Hatford, Oxfordshire, Englandto Sir Edward Unton, K.B.
Death[1] 1588
Reference Number? Q3601055?

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Anne Dudley (née Seymour) Countess of Warwick (1538–1588[1]) was a writer during the sixteenth century in England, along with her sisters Lady Margaret Seymour and Lady Jane Seymour. She was the eldest daughter of Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset, who from 1547–1549 was the Lord Protector of England during the minority of her cousin, Edward VI. Being educated by the French humanist and poet, Nicholas Denisot, Anne Seymour with her sisters Margaret and Jane composed 103 Latin distichs for the tomb of Marguerite de Navarre, which were published in France as Hecatodistichon. The first edition of March 1550 was followed by a second in 1551, containing significant alterations.[1]

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  1. Anne Seymour, in Lundy, Darryl. The Peerage: A genealogical survey of the peerage of Britain as well as the royal families of Europe.
  2.   Anne Dudley, Countess of Warwick, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.