Agnes "Ann" Cooper was baptized 7 Nov 1585 at Henlow, Bedfordshire, England. She was the daughter of Edmund Cooper and Mary Wynne. Ann married Edward Tilley on 20 Jun 1614 at Henlow. They moved to Leiden, Holland by 1618, and traveled in 1620 on the Mayflower to Plymouth, with nephew Henry Samson and niece Humility Cooper. Ann's sister Martha was the mother of Henry Samson, and her brother Robert was the father of Humility Cooper.
Bradford names "Edward Tilley and Ann his wife, and two children that were their cousins, Henry Sampson and Humility Cooper" in his list of Mayflower passengers [Bradford 442]. "Edward Tilley and his wife both died soon after their arrival, and the girl Humility, their cousin, was sent for into England and died there. But the youth Henry Sampson is still living and is married and hath seven children." [Bradford 446].
Some of the lines of Agnes Cooper's ancestry have been traced as far back as Wido de Reinbudcourt, the Doomsday Lord of Chipping Warden and Burton, Northampton, who lived in the 11th century, but no royal line has yet been found.
Agnes (Cooper) Tilley died sometime the first winter at Plymouth, between January and March 1621, as did her husband. She and Edward had no known children.
Bradford, William. History of Plymouth Plantation (Massachusetts Historical Society, 1856) "Edward Tilley, and Ann his wife; and 2 children that were their cousins; Henry Sampson and Humility Cooper." "Edward Tillie, and his wife both dyed soon after their arrival; and the girle Humility their cousen, was sent for unto England, and dyed there. But the youth Henry Sampson, is still liveing, and is married, & hath 7 children. John Tilley and his wife both dyed, a litle after they came ashore." pp 449, p. 453 "Edward Tillie and his wife both dyed soon after their arivall; and the girle Humility, their cousen, was sent for into England, and dyed ther. But the youth Henery Samson is still liveing, and is maried, & hath 7, children."
Bradford, William, 1590-1657. Of Plimoth Plantation: manuscript, 1630-1650. State Library of Massachusetts "List of Mayflower Passengers." In Bradford's Hand.