Mailing List:2003-05-04 04, RE: Elinor, by Tim Doyle

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From: "Tim Doyle" <tim -at- greenscourt.com> Subject: RE: [WHITNEY-L] Elinor Date: Sun, 4 May 2003 12:32:08 -0500 In-Reply-To: <BADA9437.93%ccreview@mediacombb.net> I have additional information on this Elinor Bull from personal correspondence with Paul C. Reed a few years back. In that email, he states: "Now this Elinor Bull was Eleanor Whitney, who married Richard Bull at St. Mary le Bow, London, 14 Oct. 1571. After her husband Richard's death at Deptford, Kent, Eleanor apparently let out a room, though she did not run a tavern or anything of that like. It was at her house that the playwright and poet Christopher Marlowe was slain by Ingram Frizer in 1593." Additional information on the life and death of Christopher Marlowe can be found on the following website: <a href="http://theatrestudies.tripod.com/Playwrights/Christopher_Marlowe/Marlowe.htm">http://theatrestudies.tripod.com/Playwrights/Christopher_Marlowe/Marlowe.htm</a> l A description of the book "Who Killed Kit Marlowe" can be found at: <a href="http://www.writermag.com/WRT/html/Departments/Deadline/200201_366.asp">http://www.writermag.com/WRT/html/Departments/Deadline/200201_366.asp</a> Tim Doyle > -----Original Message----- > From: Carroll County Review -at- mediacombb.net > Sent: Sunday, May 04, 2003 9:56 AM > To: WHITNEY-L -at- rootsweb.com > Subject: [WHITNEY-L] Elinor > > > Dear Listers: > > Received the following from a cousin on my Whitney side who in > turn received > it from a correspondent of his in the UK. I have not documented, but am > passing it on as food for thought and perhaps for others to comment on. > > Jon Whitney > > > Vera -- Thank you for the message -- interesting! > > Jon -- I certainly enjoyed our chat on the phone this evening. > > Please see message from Vera Hadley (Hereford, UK) below. The Elinor is > almost of the right age to have been the elusive Elinor that married John > Whitney, the immigrant. Even if she is not "the" Elinor, she may be worth > investigating as given names were often passed down through the > generations > on both male and female lines. Interesting, huh? > > - Gary > > -------------Forwarded Message----------------- > > From: INTERNET:Tvhadley71 -at- aol.com, INTERNET:Tvhadley71 -at- aol.com > To: , Gary_Swinson > > Date: 4/30/2003 11:47 AM > > RE: Elinor Bull > > > Hello Gary, > Last evening I was at a Quiz evening at the Record Office - mostly > questions > on Herefordshire. One of the questions was about Elinor Bull, who you may > already know about. I quote from the answers sheet: > Elinor Bull of Whitney-on-Wye. Elinor was a member of the ancient > family of Whitney of Whitney-on-Wye, and was related to Blanche > Parry* . In > > her will dated 1589 Blanche leaves £100 to Elinor. It was in Elinor's home > in > Deptford, (London), that the playwright Christopher Marlowe was killed in > 1593. > > * Blanche Parry, who was a lady-in-waiting to Queen Elizabeth the > First, is > > buried at Bacton, Herefordshire. If you haven't been there it is worth a > visit. although I seem to recall that you did visit there a few > years ago.. > > There is a book entitled 'Who killed Christopher Marlowe', author's name > unknown, which may also interest you. > > No more at the moment, > Love to all, Vera. >


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