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Anne Arundel

Baroness Baltimore
Anne Arundel Calvert
Personal details
Born 1615
Arundel Castle, Arundel,
West Sussex, England
Died July 23, 1649(1649-07-23) (aged 34)
Middlesex, England
Spouse(s) Cecilius Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore
Relations Benedict Calvert, 4th Baron Baltimore (grandson)
Children Charles Calvert, 3rd Baron Baltimore
Religion Roman Catholic

Anne Calvert, Baroness Baltimore (née Hon. Anne Arundell) (1615 or c. 1616[1] – July 23, 1649[1]) was an English noblewoman, daughter of Thomas Arundell, 1st Baron Arundell of Wardour by second wife Anne Philipson,[2] and wife of Lord Baltimore, who founded the Province of Maryland colony. Anne Arundel County in Maryland, USA, was named for her. USS Anne Arundel was in turn named after the county.

She married Lord Baltimore in 1628 at age 13. A settlement for the marriage between them was made on 20 March 1627/28.[1][2]

According to Gibbs, she is said to have been a most beautiful and accomplished woman.[1]

Of her nine children with Lord Baltimore, three survived to adulthood.[3]

  • Charles Calvert, 3rd Baron Baltimore[1]
  • Hon. Cecil Calvert.[3]
  • Hon. George Calvert (b. 15 Sep 1634, d. Jun 1636)[1]
  • Hon. Georgiana Calvert[3] (b. Aug 1629)
  • Hon. Mary Calvert[4] (b. 18 Jul 1630)
  • Hon. Anne Calvert[3] (b. 9 Oct 1636; d. 6 May 1661)
  • Hon. Mary Calvert[3] (b. 30 Nov 1638; d. on or bef. 24 Sep 1671)
  • Hon. Elizabeth Calvert[3] (b. c. 1642; d. 16 Jan 1712)
  • Hon. Frances Calvert.[3]

She was buried at Tisbury, Wiltshire.[1]

References

External links

  • Calvert Family Tree Retrieved Jul 10 2013


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