Mar 4, 2022 · Anne of York formerly Mortimer aka de Mortimer, of Conisburgh Born 27 Dec 1390 in New Forest, West, Meath, Ireland Ancestors Daughter of Roger Mortimer and Eleanor (Holland) de Cherleton Sister of Eleanor (Mortimer) Courtenay, Edmund Mortimer, Roger Mortimer, Joan (Cherleton) Grey [half] and Joyce (Cherleton) Tiptoft [half]
Born on December 27, 1390 (some sources cite 1388); died in childbirth in September 1411; buried at Kings Langley Church, Hertfordshire, England; daughter of Roger Mortimer (1374–1398), 4th earl of March, and Alianor Holland (c. 1373–1405); married Richard of York also known as Richard of Conisbrough, 2nd earl of Cambridge, around May 1406 (died …
Anne Mortimer, the forgotten Plantagenet by Michael Long Inside the Church of All Saints in the small Hertfordshire village of Kings Langley lays the tomb of a young woman whose bloodline flows through 600 years of English monarchy. Anne de Mortimer was just 20 years old when she died in 1411.
Dec 2, 2020 · Lady Anne de Mortimer was born on 27 December 1388.3 She was the daughter of Roger de Mortimer, 4th Earl of March and Alianore de Holand, Countess of March.2 She married Richard of Conisburgh, 3rd Earl of Cambridge, second son of Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York and Isabella de Castilla, in May 1406, by Papal dispensation dated 28 May 1408.1,3 …
- December 27, 1388
- New Forest, West, Meath, Ireland
Anne Of York (born Mortimer) was born on month day 1390, at birth place, to Roger de Mortimer and Alianore de Mortimer (born Holland). Roger was born on April 11 1374, in Usk, Monmouthshire, Wales. Alianore was born in 1373, in Upholland, Lancashire, England. Anne had 4 siblings: Eleanor de Mortimer and 3 other siblings.
Personal data Anne Mortimer Source 1 She was born on December 27, 1390 in New Forest, Meath, Ireland. She died on September 1, 1411 in Kings Langley, Hertfordshire, England, she was 20 years old. Attention: Deceased (September 1, 1411) prior to birth (??-????-1415) of child (Alice Plantagenet).
Jan 17, 2004 · Anne (Lady) de Mortimer was born on December 27, 1390 in New Forest, West Meath, Ireland, daughter of Roger de Mortimer and Alianore Holland. She was married in the year 1408 to Richard Plantagenet, they had 3 children.