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James Butler 3rd Earl of Ormonde [13578]
(Abt 1359-1405)
Anne Welles Countess Ormonde [13795]
(-1397)
William de Beauchamp Lord Abergavenny [14588]
(Aft 1344-1419)
Joan FitzAlan [14589]
James Butler 4th Earl of Ormonde [13577]
(1392-1452)
Joan (Elizabeth) Beauchamp [18139]
(-1430)
Thomas Butler 7th Earl of Ormonde [18209]
(Abt 1426-1515)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Anne Hankeford [18210]

2. Lora Berkeley Baron Mountjoy and Countess Ormonde [29912]

Thomas Butler 7th Earl of Ormonde [18209] 24,25

  • Born: Abt 1426, Ormonde, Ireland
  • Marriage (1): Anne Hankeford [18210] before 11 Jul 1445
  • Marriage (2): Lora Berkeley Baron Mountjoy and Countess Ormonde [29912]
  • Died: 3 Aug 1515 about age 89
  • Buried: St. Thomas Acon, London
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bullet  General Notes:

http://www.hull.ac.uk/php/cssbct/cgi-bin/gedlkup.php/n=royal?royal08926

http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/BUTLER.htm#Thomas%20BUTLER%20(7%20E.%20Ormonde)

In 1475 the attainder against the Butler family was annulled by the Irish Parliament. The first English Parliament of Henry VII <http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/aboutHenryVII.htm> followed suit, so that the 7th Earl (the youngest of the three brothers), whom the Irish called "The Earl of Wool", was one of the wealthiest of the King <http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/aboutHenryVII.htm>'s subjects in England. In 1489 he was created Lord Ormond, a barony in the peerage of England, which on his death fell into abeyance between his daughters. He spent the years from 1505 to 1515 in England. While there, the 7th Earl was granted a fine manor house at Beaulieu in Essex by King Henry VII <http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/aboutHenryVII.htm>. He entertained Henry VIII <http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/aboutHenryVIII.htm> there in 1510 and again in 1515. On his death this English property went to his daughter, Margaret, who had married William Boleyn. The son of one her daughters inherited from him no less than 36 manors in England; the son of the other daughter was father of Anne Boleyn <http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/aboutAnneBoleyn.htm>. After bequeathing his treasured heirloom of an ancient gold and ivory drinking horn to his namesake and grandson, Thomas Boleyn <http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/Bios/ThomasBoleyn(1E.Wiltshire).htm>, the Earl died in 1515 and was buried in an Easter Sepulchre on the north side of the high altar in the chapel of St Thomas Acon, London, built where St Thomas Becket was supposed to have been born.

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Acceded: Earl of Ormonde, 1477. Earl of Ormonde 1477-1515


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Thomas married Anne Hankeford [18210] [MRIN: 8678], daughter of Sir Richard Hankeford Knight [18211] and Anne Montague Duchess Huntington [18212], before 11 Jul 1445. (Anne Hankeford [18210] was born in 1431 and died on 13 Nov 1485.)


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Thomas next married Lora Berkeley Baron Mountjoy and Countess Ormonde [29912] [MRIN: 13675], daughter of Edward Berkeley [29913] and Christian Holt [29914]. (Lora Berkeley Baron Mountjoy and Countess Ormonde [29912] was born about 1454 in Beverstone, Gloucestershire, England and died before 30 Dec 1501 in New Abbey, Kirkcudbright, England.)




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