Below you will find lists of corrections and additions to the e-book edition of A WHO’S WHO OF TUDOR WOMEN, as published in October 2020. Anyone finding an error in the e-book text may contact me at KathyLynnEmerson@roadrunner.com with that information.
CORRECTIONS (by entry):
Joan should be changed to Jane in the second sentence.
Lettice or Laetitia Knollys
add to Biography:Elizabeth’s Rival by Nicola Tallis (2018)
Westmoreland should be Westmorland
Eleanor Roper—revised entry:
ELEANOR ROPER (1500-May 1563)
Eleanor (Ellen/Helen) Roper was the daughter of John Roper (c.1453-March 29, 1524), attorney general to Henry VIII, and Jane Fineux (1475-April 7, 1544). In about 1520, she married John Morton of Bencham, Surrey (1498-August 21, 1522). Their daughter Mary (February 15, 1522/3-1568) was born posthumously. Her second husband, as his second wife, was William Digby of South Luffenham (d. by 1529). Their five children were John, William, Lebbaeus, Margery, and Isabella. Her third husband, as his third wife, was Sir Edward Montagu (d. February 10, 1556/7), Chief Justice of Common Pleas. Their five sons and six daughters included Edward (1532-1602) and Eleanor. Eleanor Roper is mentioned in the will of her father-in-law, Sir John Digby of Kettleby (d. 1533)
Whitechapel should be changed to Whitehorse