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NameAnne Sadleir
Livedb. 1585-03-01 - d. ca. 1672-03-25 (old)
Linked SermonsA Sermon for Christmas -- dedicatee (autograph: yes)Israel and England parallel'd -- dedicatee (autograph: partly)Sermon on Ecclesiastes 12:1 -- manuscript owner (autograph: no)Sermon on Matthew 21:44 -- manuscript owner (autograph: no)
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Source of DataHannah Yip
Biographical Sources ConsultedODNB (Article: 68095)
Other NoteAnne Sadleir (née Coke) was born on 1 March 1585 at Huntingfield Manor, Suffolk, the second of ten children of Sir Edward Coke, judge, and his wife, Bridget. She married Ralph Sadleir (1579-1661) on 13 September 1601, and moved to Standon Lordship, Hertfordshire. Several volumes of religious and autobiographical meditations authored by Anne can be found in the Library of Trinity College, Cambridge. She gave generous bequests to Trinity College Cambridge Library and the Inner Temple, where her father had studied. Sadleir died in late 1671 or early 1672. See also Arnold Hunt, 'The Books, Manuscripts and Literary Patronage of Mrs Anne Sadleir (1585-1670)' in Victoria E. Burke and Jonathan Gibson, eds, Early Modern Women's Manuscript Writing: Selected Papers from the Trinity/Trent Colloquium (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2004), pp. 205-236.
GEMMS record createdJune 07, 2018
GEMMS record last editedApril 28, 2023