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  • ID: I9045
  • Name: Elizabeth Uvedale
  • Sex: F
  • Death: 16 JAN 1499
  • Burial: Norwich Cathedral, Norfolk; by her husband
  • Note:

    Only dau and heiress Thomas Uvedale.
    (Blomefield re Tacolneston)
    But is seems that she had a half brother?
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    On the death of Thomas Uvedale, the Manor of Tacolneston passed to Robert Clere, of Ormesby, jointly with his wife Elizabeth, her father's only daughter and...
    (Norfolk archaeology? by Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society. 1926. Page 77.)
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    Or died 1492?
    The presbytery of Norwich Cathedral contained the chatnry of Elizabeth (d1492) wife of Robert Clere, but no trace now remains of it.
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    In the 1440s, Elizabeth Clere, wife of Robert, esquire, of Ormesby, actively promoted a match between Stephen Scrope and Elizabeth Paston.
    (English aristocratic women, 1450-1550: marriage and family, property and careers? - Page 198
    by Barbara Jean Harris - Foreign Language Study - 2002 - 346 pages)
  • _UID: A2C694F5C0304BD3A1C6D0DE21CC49C00A8E
  • Change Date: 29 SEP 2009



    Father: Thomas Uvedale
    Mother: Agnes Paulet b: 1404

    Marriage 1 Robert Clere b: ABT 1406
    • Married:
    Children
    1. Has Children Robert Clere or Clare
    2. Has Children Margaret Clere b: 1436 in Ormesby, Norfolk
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