Maud died on 1 December 1531 and is buried in St. Ann's Church, Blackfriars Church, London, England beside her husband. In her will, she left her daughter Catherine a jeweled cipher pendant in the shape of an 'M'.
Maud Green, Lady Parr (6 April 1492 – 1 December 1531) was an English courtier. She was the mother of Catherine Parr, the sixth wife of King Henry VIII of England. She was a close friend and lady-in-waiting to Catherine of Aragon.
Because Sir Thomas died before any of his children were of age, Maud – together with Sir Cuthbert Tunstall, the children's uncle Sir William Parr, and a Dr. Melton – were made executors. Sir Thomas died in his home at Blackfriars, London, on 11 November 1517. He was interred in St Anne's Church, Blackfriars, within an elaborate tomb. His ...
Mar 6, 2021 · Maud Pearson Green passed away on Feb. 28th in Richmond, CA. Maud was born in Virginia to Peter and Elizabeth Pearson, she was the youngest of 13 children.
Maud Green. Religion. Protestant. Signature. Catherine Parr (sometimes spelled Katherine; 1512 – 5 September 1548  ) was Queen of England and Ireland as the last of the six wives of King Henry VIII from their marriage on 12 July 1543 until Henry's death on 28 January 1547.
- 7 September 1548, St Mary's Chapel, Sudeley Castle
- Maud Green
Death Maud died on 1 December 1531 and is buried in St. Ann's Church, Blackfriars Church, London, England beside her husband.  In her will, she left her daughter Catherine a jeweled cipher pendant in the shape of an 'M'.  Notes Mike Ashley " British Kings and Queens ", New York; Carroll and Graf Publishing Inc., 1998.