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Elizabeth (Trywhitt) Fitzwilliam (1547)

Elizabeth Fitzwilliam formerly Trywhitt aka Tyrwhitt, Tirwhitt
Born in Englandmap [uncertain]
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European Aristocracy
Elizabeth Trywhitt was a member of the aristocracy in British Isles.

Biography

Elizebeth Tirwhitt, daughter of Sir Robert Tirwhitt and Elizebeth Oxenbridge.[1]

Research Notes

LNAB mispelled - Tyrwhitt is the preferred spelling.

Sources

  1. Benolte, Thomas; Philipot, John; & Owen, George. The Visitations of the County of Sussex: 1530 and 1633-4. London: The Harleian Society, 1905. Vol LIII, p 15, Oxenbridge.




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Surname is misspelled. Please change.
posted by Scott Hutchins
Hi

Elizabeth's last name is misspelt. It should be TYRwhitt like her father's

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