Edmund Denny

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Sir Edmund Denny, of Cheshunt (died 1520) was a Tudor courtier and politician. He was a Baron of the Exchequer[1] during the reign of Henry VIII of England.

His son, Sir Anthony Denny rose to become the most powerful member of the Privy Council during the King's last years. Edmund's children also included Martha Denny and Joyce Denny, wife of William Walsingham and Sir John Carey, and mother of Sir Francis Walsingham.[2]

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  1. ^ Sil 2004.
  2. ^ Rye 1891, pp. 101–2.

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