Birthca 1495
Deathbef 26 Oct 1538 [79, VI-140]
GeneralEventual sole heir of her mother (only).
MotherJoan Fitzalan (-ca1514)
Notes for Jane Neville
Was this the last Plantagenet Alliance, between an heir of the Yorkists to a descendant of the Lancastrians?

See the note for her father, to explain why her father is now shown as the younger George Neville.

She was a baroness in the queen’s retinue at the Field of the Cloth of Gold in June 1520.
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Arms Generally notes for Jane Neville
If she was sole heir of her mother, she inherited her arms.

This then brings in a whole host of additional arms:
FitzAlan

2014: But her mother was not an heir so it is doubtful that Jane carried any quarters.
Notes for Henry & Jane (Family)
From The National Archive’s site:

Reference: E 41/206
Description: Indenture between Margaret countess of Salisbury and Henry Pole knight, lord Montague, her son and heir of the one part, and George Nevile knight, lord Abergavenny (Bergevenny) of the other part: Agreement to a marriage between Henry Pole aforesaid and Jane Nevile, one of the daughters and heirs of lord Abergavenny, and settlement therefor.
Note: (not sealed)
Date: 8 July 7 Hen VIII (i.e. 8 July 1515)
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record
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Last Modified 12 Jan 2016Created 25 May 2017 by Tim Powys-Lybbe