Earl Edward Hyde

M, #6470, b. 18 February 1608, d. 19 December 1674
Father*Henry Hyde1 b. 1563, d. 29 Sep 1634
Mother*Mary Langford1 b. 1578, d. 1666
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Names and TItles

Titled: Earl of Clarendon.2
     Earl Edward Hyde, son of Henry Hyde and Mary Langford, was born on 18 February 1608 of Dinton, Wiltshire, England.1 Earl Edward Hyde was the son of Henry Hyde and Mary Langford.1 Earl Edward Hyde was christened on 22 February 1608/9 in Dinton, Wiltshire, England.1 He married Frances Aylesbury, daughter of Thomas Aylesbury and Anne Denman, on 10 July 1634 at St. Margaret's, Westminster, Middlesex, England.1,3 Earl Edward Hyde died on 19 December 1674 in Roan (rouen), Normandy, France, at age 66.1 He was buried on 5 January 1674/75 at Abbey, Westminster, London, England.1
     Edward's father Henry Hyde died on 29 September 1634.1 Earl Edward Hyde became the father of Anne Hyde on 12 March 1638.1 Earl Edward Hyde became the father of Henry Hyde on 2 June 1638.1 Earl Edward Hyde became the father of Laurence Hyde in 1641.1 Earl Edward Hyde became the father of Edward Hyde in 1645.1 Earl Edward Hyde became the father of James Hyde circa 1650.1 Earl Edward Hyde became the father of Frances Hyde on 23 May 1658.1 Edward's daughter was married at wedding of Anne Hyde and King James II Stuart of England on 3 September 1660 at Worcester House, The Strand, London, England.2,4 Edward's mother Mary Langford died in 1666.1 Earl Edward Hyde became a widower with the death of his wife, Frances Aylesbury on 8 August 1667.1 Edward's daughter Anne Hyde died on 31 March 1671 at St. James Palace, London, England.4

Family

Frances Aylesbury b. 1617, d. 8 August 1667
Children
Last Edited14 Aug 2003

Citations

  1. [S227] Samuel H. Sloan, ROYALFAM.GED (461 Peachstone Terrace, San Rafael CA: n.pub.). There are some wild errors in the data.
  2. [S124] The Tudors / The Stuarts, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/stuarts.pdf
  3. [S216] The Jacobite Heritage, online http://members.rogers.com/jacobites, james2.htm.
  4. [S216] The Jacobite Heritage, online http://members.rogers.com/jacobites, kings/james2.htm.