Sir Thomas Posthumous Hoby

Standard Name: Hoby, Sir Thomas Posthumous

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Family and Intimate relationships Anne Bacon
Elizabeth (1528-1609), who was only a little younger than Anne, married Sir Thomas Hoby on 27 June 1558. It has been plausibly suggested that she contributed to his translation of Castiglione 's The Courtyer...
Family and Intimate relationships Margaret Hoby
Margaret Sidney married, reluctantly, Sir Thomas Posthumous Hoby (whose mother, Elizabeth , was a letter-writer of distinction: one of the famously learned Cooke family and thus a sister of translator Anne Bacon ).
Hoby, Margaret. “Introduction and Editorial Materials”. The Private Life of an Elizabethan Lady: The Diary of Lady Margaret Hoby, 1599-1605, edited by Joanna Moody, Sutton, 1998, p. xv - lvii.
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Textual Production Margaret Hoby
Letters survive at Penshurst that MH wrote to her sister- and brother-in-law Barbara Sidney, née Gamage and Robert Sidney (parents of Lady Mary Wroth ). She wrote to Sir Robert Cecil about her fears and...
Travel Margaret Hoby
MH and her husband , resident at Hackness, spent these days visiting York.
Hoby, Margaret. “Introduction and Editorial Materials”. The Private Life of an Elizabethan Lady: The Diary of Lady Margaret Hoby, 1599-1605, edited by Joanna Moody, Sutton, 1998, p. xv - lvii.
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Violence Margaret Hoby
MH and her husband suffered a kind of invasion at Hackness from a gang of rowdy young men led by William Eure , son and heir of a neighbour with whom they were on bad terms.
Hoby, Margaret. “Introduction and Editorial Materials”. The Private Life of an Elizabethan Lady: The Diary of Lady Margaret Hoby, 1599-1605, edited by Joanna Moody, Sutton, 1998, p. xv - lvii.
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Violence Margaret Hoby
The lawsuit of Sir Thomas Posthumous Hoby , husband of MH , against William Eure and his family came up for hearing before the Council of the North .
Hoby, Margaret. “Introduction and Editorial Materials”. The Private Life of an Elizabethan Lady: The Diary of Lady Margaret Hoby, 1599-1605, edited by Joanna Moody, Sutton, 1998, p. xv - lvii.
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