Lady Margaret Beaufort



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Inventory: wardrobe of the robes

Inventory of the wardrobe of robes of Lady Margaret.
"Certayn apparelle clothe of golde, silkes, and furres withe other stuff remaynyng in the said wardrobe prised by Olyver Scales."

The inventory begins: "first a gowne of blake velvet..."

  • p.7: stuf remaynyng in a grete standard in the galery under the custodie of mastre Fowler of silkes and napery
  • p.9: in an other coffer
  • p.10: In my Ladies bedechambre
    *p.13: a remembraunce of drapery napery lat[e] apertayng unto my ladies grace

Lease: Sir Thomas Laurence

Indenture of a lease by Margaret, Countess of Richmond, reciting Letters Patent of Henry VII, dated 22 May 1487, granting her the third part of the manors of Kendall and Wiresdale, Lancashire and Westmoreland, for life, to Sir Thomas Laurence, of lands in Assheton alias Essheton alias Eston, and Kernford [Carnforth] in Lonesdale, Lancashire, formerly held by William Lyndessey.
8 July 1503. Signed Margaret R., and T. Laurence, knyght.

Letters Patent: Henry VII

Letters patent of Henry VII, granting manors in Devon, Somerset, Lincolnshire, Lancashire, Westmoreland, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Essex, Northamptonshire, Dorset, South Wales and property in London to his mother Margaret, Countess of Richmond.
Westminster, 22 March 1486/7

Henry VII, King of England

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