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Sir George Wyatt was born 1550 to Thomas Wyatt (c1521-1554) and Jane Hawte (c1522-) and died 1625 of unspecified causes. He married Jane Finch (c1555-1644) 1682 . Notable ancestors include Henry II of England (1133-1189), William I of England (1027-1087), Charlemagne (747-814), Hugh Capet (c940-996), Rurik (c832-879), Alfred the Great (849-899). Ancestors are from England, France, the United Kingdom, Germany, Russia, Ukraine, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, the Netherlands, Ireland, Hungary, Belarus, Italy, Turkey.

George Wyatt (1550–1623) was a sixteenth-century writer. He was the first biographer of Henry VIII's second queen, Anne Boleyn. His grandfather, Thomas Wyatt the Elder, had been a cousin and early admirer of Anne's.

He was the son of Thomas Wyatt the younger, who led the unsuccessful Wyatt's rebellion in 1554.

He married Jane Finch (1555–1644), the daughter of Sir Thomas Finch, in 1582. Their children included Sir Francis Wyatt, the Governor of Virginia.



Children


Offspring of George Wyatt and Jane Finch (c1555-1644)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Francis Wyatt (c1588-1644)
Isabel Wyatt (1595-1655) 1595 1655 Francis Page (1595-1678)

Henry Wyatt (1596-1624)
Thomas Wyatt (1603-?) 1603
George Wyatt
Eleanor Wyatt (c1591-?)


Siblings

Siblings


Offspring of Thomas Wyatt the Younger and Jane Hawte (c1522-)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Anne Wyatt (1542-1592)
George Wyatt (1550-1625) 1550 1625 Jane Finch (c1555-1644)

Frances Wyatt (c1551-?)
Richard Wyatt
Carolus Wyatt
Arthur Wyatt
Henry Wyatt
Joyce Wyatt
Ursula Wyatt
Jane Wyatt (1553-1617) 1553 England 1617 England Charles Scott (1542-1617)


References

  • Tudor Place

See also

External links

Information on the Wyatt Name, Places

Contributors


Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General



Contributors

  Elrondlair

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