Elizabeth (…)

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ChartsAncestors of Edward Ambrose Cooke
Elizabeth (…), whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here), died after 16 September 1558, when her will was proved.1

Elizabeth married (1) Thomas Gentleman, son of Thomas Gentleman, say 1510;1 she married (2), as his 2nd wife, Thomas Suckling, whose ancestry is not traced here, between 1541 and 1547.2

Family 1

Thomas Gentleman b. say 1485, d. bef. 6 Oct 1540
  • Thomas Gentleman3 b. abt. 1511, d. bef. 30 Jul 1609
  • William Gentleman+1 b. say 1515, d. bef. 30 Apr 1562

Family 2

Thomas Suckling d. bef. 16 May 1548
This person was last edited on16 Feb 2022


  1. [S2468] Leslie Mahler and Robert Battle, "Three Great-Migration Gentlewomen: Sisters Margaret (Gentleman) Ibrook, Susan (Gentleman) (Hunter) Hollingsworth, and Joan (Gentleman) (Herrington) Youngs of Southwold, Suffolk, and Massachusetts," The American Genealogist 91 (July/October 2020): 250-260, at 254, further cited as Mahler & Battle, "Three Great-Migration Gentleman Sisters."
  2. [S2468] Mahler & Battle, "Three Great-Migration Gentleman Sisters," 253.
  3. [S2468] Mahler & Battle, "Three Great-Migration Gentleman Sisters," 255.