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Anne (Pakington) Audley (1613 - 1642)

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Anne Audley formerly Pakington aka Packington
Born [location unknown]
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Wife of — married [location unknown]
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Died [location unknown]
Profile last modified | Created 31 Jul 2015
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Sir Henry Audley of Berechurch, Essex, was aged 19 in 1624 when he married Anne, daughter of Humphrey Pakington (or Packington) of Harvington, Worcestershire, and by her Sir Henry Audley had a least two sons. Sir Henry was a Royalist and a "Roman Catholic conforming to the Church of England".

Mary Hopkirk, in "The Story of Layer de la Haye" (1934), states that Anne (Pakington) Audley died in 1643.


  • PLANTAGENET ROLL, by Marquis of Ruvigny

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

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