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Inventory of clothing and mourning supplies given by Queen Anne, consort of James I, King of England, for the funeral of Prince Henry 1612 November 1-December 7.

Author: Anne, Queen consort of James I King of England; Henry Howard Northampton, Earl of
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Includes lists of clothing and mourning supplies (rash, serge, cloth, stockings) for members of the household of Queen Anne of Denmark: the queen herself; the Privy Chamber (Ladies Bedford, Gray, Windsome, Drummond, Walsingham, Carewe, Cary, and Mris Ca: Southwell and Mrs Frances Sothwell); Maids of honor (Mris Gargrane, Mris Rooper, Mris Middlemore, and the mother of maids); Ladies of the Bedchamber (Lady Souche,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Manuscripts
Inventories
Named Person: Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Anne, Queen consort of James I King of England; Henry Howard Northampton, Earl of
OCLC Number: 659877707
Notes: 1 bifolium.
Signed "HNorthampton" at end of text. Evidence of being filed as a folded document.
Description: 2 leaves ; 32 x 21 cm.
Other Titles: Clothe and stuff geven by the Quenes maiestie at the funerall of Prince Henry.

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Includes lists of clothing and mourning supplies (rash, serge, cloth, stockings) for members of the household of Queen Anne of Denmark: the queen herself; the Privy Chamber (Ladies Bedford, Gray, Windsome, Drummond, Walsingham, Carewe, Cary, and Mris Ca: Southwell and Mrs Frances Sothwell); Maids of honor (Mris Gargrane, Mris Rooper, Mris Middlemore, and the mother of maids); Ladies of the Bedchamber (Lady Souche, Mris Ingle, Mris Murrey, Mris Oustley, Mris Beaty, Mris Speckart); Laundry and Seamstresses (Mris Grene, Burneby, Swynborne, Joyce); Chambermaids (ten of them, not listed); Lord Chamberlains; Cupbearers, carvers, and servers; gentlemen ushers of the privy chamber; grooms of the privy chamber; musicians; and the fool (Thomas Dyrcey[?]). All individually listed except the chambermaids.

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