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Inquiry into the death of Amy Robsart (Lady Dudley)

Thomas Joseph Pettigrew

Inquiry into the death of Amy Robsart (Lady Dudley)

a Refutation of the calumnies charged against Sir Robert Dudley

by Thomas Joseph Pettigrew

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Published by J. Russell Smith ; Wright & Co. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dudley, Amye, -- Lady, -- 1532?-1560.,
  • Leicester, Robert Dudley, -- Earl of, -- 1532?-1588.

  • Edition Notes

    Number 17 in a volume of pamphlets collected by W.D. Macray and bound with the title, Historical Tracts.

    Statementby Thomas Joseph Pettigrew.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination41 p. ;
    Number of Pages41
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18843725M

    Amy Robsart was the only legitimate child of Sir John Robsart, Lord of the Manor of S y derst o n e in Norfolk, by Elizabeth the daughter of John Scott of Camberwell, Surrey - and widow of Roger Appleyard (d. ), Lord of the Manor of Stanfield, also in Norfolk. By her first husband, Lady Robsart had four children: John, Phillip, Anne and Frances; and, to her, the manor of Stanfield was.   Amy Robsart is probably the only one in history whose fame consists solely on being dead. She was married at the age of 18 to Robert Dudley .

      Amy Robsart was born on 7 th June at the manor of Stanfield in Norfolk. She was to be the only daughter and legitimate heir of landowner Sir John Robsart and his wife Elizabeth Scott, and would inherit her father’s estates on his s:   Amy Robsart was born in She was the daughter of Sir John Robsart. She married Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester, son of John Dudley, 1st Duke of Northumberland and Jane Guilford, in She died on 8 September , from a fall down Children: Robert Devereux, Mary Herbert, Elizabeth Leighton, Robert Dudley.

    Amye Robsart and the Earl of Leycester a critical inquiry into the authenticity of the various statements in relation to the death of Amye Robsart, and of the libels on the Earl of Leycester, with a vindication of the Earl by his nephew Sir Philip Sydney.   Amy Robsart Posted on Janu by JuliaH I can only conclude that I’m having a phase of unfortunate young women on the History Jar at the moment – and have made a mental note to be more grateful that I was born when and where I was!


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Amye Robsart and the Earl of Leycester: a critical inquiry into the authenticity of the various statements in relation to the death of Amye Robsart, and of the libels on the Earl of Leycester, with a vindication of the Earl by his nephew Sir Philip : Amy Dudley (née Robsart) (7 June – 8 September ) was the first wife of Robert Dudley, Earl of Essex, favourite of Elizabeth I of is primarily known for her death by falling down a flight of stairs, the circumstances of which have often been regarded as of death: Broken neck.

Simone St. James is the award-winning author of An Inquiry into Love and Death and The Haunting of Maddy Clare, which won two RITA awards from Romance Writers of America and an Arthur Ellis Award from Crime Writers of Canada.

She wrote her first ghost story, about a haunted library, when she was in high school, and spent twenty years behind the scenes in the television business before leaving /5(). Amy Robsart's death remains a mystery, but anyone acquainted with the story of her life and that of her famous husband, will have to consider the "fishiness" of the death.

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Something is certainly not right about how she died; the "evidence" does not add up/5(10). Amy Robsart () Born: at Stanfield, Norfolk Lady Dudley Died: 8th September at Cumnor Place, Berkshire. Amy Robsart was the only legitimate child of Sir John Robsart, Lord of the Manor of Syderstone in Norfolk, by Elizabeth the daughter of John Scott of Camberwell (Surrey) - and widow of Roger Appleyard (d), Lord of the Manor of Stanfield, also in Norfolk.

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On the 8 September Amy Robsart the first wife of Robert Dudley was found dead at the foot of a staircase with a broken neck. Did she fall by accident or suicide or was she. Simone St. James is the award-winning author of An Inquiry into Love and Death and The Haunting of Maddy Clare, which won two RITA awards from Romance Writers of America and an Arthur Ellis Award from Crime Writers of Canada.

She wrote her first ghost story, about a haunted library, when she was in high school, and spent twenty years behind the scenes in the television business before /5(14).After much speculation on Amy Robsart's death and the various accident, suicide and murder theories, Skidmore concludes that her death marked a fundamental change in her widower's relations with the Queen, and suggests that if Amy really had died of natural causes, he .Dudley, Amy Robsart, Lady, -- Fiction.

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