Henry Sibthorpe

Standard Name: Sibthorpe, Henry


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death Anne, Lady Southwell
ALS died at her home in Acton, aged sixty-two, leaving her second husband to mourn her.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. http://www.oxforddnb.com/.
Family and Intimate relationships Anne, Lady Southwell
Soon after her first husband's death in June 1626 (and certainly before the end of the year), ALS married Captain Henry Sibthorpe , who was also stationed in the province of Munster. Little is known...
Literary responses Anne, Lady Southwell
On the monument to ALS in Acton church, her widower called her a Darlinge of the Nine.George Ballard mentioned her, but then until the late-twentieth century she was virtually forgotten.
Anne, Lady Southwell,. “Introduction”. The Southwell-Sibthorpe Commonplace Book, edited by Jean Klene, Renaissance English Text Society, p. xi - xliii.
Anne, Lady Southwell,. The Southwell-Sibthorpe Commonplace Book. Editor Klene, Jean, Renaissance English Text Society.
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Residence Anne, Lady Southwell
ALS had the inventoried contents of her household and her wardrobe sent load by load from Clerkenwell to the new accommodation of herself and her husband Henry Sibthorpe , near the church in Acton (west...
Textual Production Anne, Lady Southwell
This date heads The workes of the Lady Ann Sothwell, which stands first in ALS 's so-called commonplace-book, the collection assembled by herself and her second husband , of poems (by her and others)...


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