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Sir Henry Audley (abt. 1605 - 1664)

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Sir Henry "of Berechurch" Audley
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Biography

Sir Henry Audley was aged 19 in 1624. Sir Henry Audley's monument in the chapel at Berechurch, Essex, is the most imposing in that place, and it was erected in 1648 prior to his death.

Sir Henry Audley married 3rdly Anne Daniel, by whom he had two sons.

One source states that Sir Henry Audley married 2ndly in June 1628.

Sir Henry Audley presented his cousin, John Audley M.A., as rector of Layer in 1640.

The pedigree: "The Pakingtons of Harvington Hall" (1998), by Michael Hodgetts, shows five children for Sir Henry Audley by his marriage with Anne Pakington.

Sources

The Marquis of Ruvigny in his Plantagenet Roll has numerous entries on the Audley family.


See also:

  • THE STORY OF LAYER DE LA HAYE (1934), by Mary Hopkirk
  • HARVINGTON HALL (1998), by Michael Hodgetts


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