Anne (Hathaway) Shakespeare

Anne (Hathaway) Shakespeare (1556 - 1623)

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Anne Shakespeare formerly Hathaway
Born in Shottery, Warwickshire, Englandmap
Daughter of and [mother unknown]
Wife of — married Nov 1582 [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, Englandmap
Profile last modified 6 Aug 2019 | Created 10 Aug 2008
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Biography

Anne Hathaway was born in 1555 or 1556. She was the daughter of Richard Hathaway.
She married William Shakespeare in November 1582. They had three children, Susanna in 1583 and the twins Hamnet and Judith in 1585.
She died August 6, 1623 and was interred next to Shakespeare in the Church of the Holy Trinity, Stratford-upon-Avon.[1]

Sources

  1. [Wikipedia:Anne Hathaway (Shakespeare's Wife)]


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Hi Shirley,

I am pleased to see excellent work that you have done on Anne Hathaway. Keep up the good work. I have found a site which has public domain images of postcards if you are interested. https://tuckdb.org/categories/964/anne-hathaways-cottage They simply ask that you link to the image as acknowledgement. https://tuckdb.org/faq

David.

posted by David Urquhart

Anne is 21 degrees from Danielle Liard, 15 degrees from Jack London and 9 degrees from Henry VIII of England on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.

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