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NameHester Honywood (nee La Motte; prev. Manning)
Livedb. - d. 1681-10-19 (old)
Linked Manuscripts
Linked SermonsThe Unavoidableness of [ ] -- subject of sermon (autograph: no)
Linked Reports
Associated PlacesHackney -- HomeLondon -- HomeMarkshall -- Home
Source of DataCatherine Evans
Biographical Sources ConsultedCockayne, Peerage (1910), vol. IV, p. 614.
Other NoteDescribed as "The Old Lady Honeywood", subject of sermon 23707. She was the daughter and coheir of John La Mott, a London Alderman. She married John Manning, a Hackney merchant, who passed away in 1634. She then married Sir Thomas Honywood, of Markshall on 10 May 1634. They had at issue: John Lamotte Honywood (1647–1694); and Elizabeth Honywood who married Sir John Cotton. Sir Thomas died at the home of his son in law, Cotton House, on 10 May 1666 and Lady Honywood died in 1681.
GEMMS record createdSeptember 29, 2021
GEMMS record last editedSeptember 29, 2021