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My wife's ancestors - St.Leger - Contents


Plate to Anne of York (died 1476) and Sir Thomas St Leger (died 1483).
Rutland Chantry, St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.
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Arnold St Leger,
of Ulcombe, Kent.
MP for Kent.
He had issue:

Sir John St Leger,
of Ulcombe, Kent.
He mar Margery Donet [or Donnet, dau of James Donet of Silham, Rainham, Kent].
Sheriff of Kent in 1430 and 1433.
He died 1441.
Sir John and Margery had issue:

  1. Sir Thomas St.Leger.
    He mar Anne of York [born 10 August 1439, descendant of Edward III].
    She died in childbirth, 14 January 1476.
    She was buried on 1 February 1476 in St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.
    Sir Thomas in 1481 set up the Rutland Chantry in St. George's Chapel, where his wife was buried.
    Richard III ascended the throne in July 1483.
    Sir Thomas rebelled against him.
    He was executed November 1483, at Exeter Castle.
    There is a plate to both of them in the Rutland Chantry. Inscription says he is buried there, but apparently he is not.
    They had issue:

    1. Anne St.Leger,
      born 14 January 1476.
      She mar George Manners, 11th Baron de Ros and had issue.

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