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  • ID: I15235
  • Name: Elizabeth Hastings
  • Sex: F
  • Death: 1508
  • Note:

    The Donne Triptych was probably commissioned from Memling in Bruges by Sir John Donne of Kidwelly, a Welshman resident in Calais, in the late 1470s. Accompanied by Saint Catherine, he kneels in adoration to the Virgin and Child, while Saint Barbara accompanies Lady Donne and their daughter. On the left-hand shutter is Saint John the Baptist and on the right, Saint John the Evangelist, Sir John Donne's name-saints. Seen through the window behind the Evangelist is a peacock, a symbol of eternity. The figures on the reverses of the shutters, painted to resemble statues, are Saints Christopher and Anthony Abbot.
    (National Gallery.)
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  • Change Date: 23 MAR 2011



    Father: Leonard Hastings
    Mother: Alice or Phillipa Camoys

    Marriage 1 John Dunn or Donne b: ABT 1431
    • Married:
    Children
    1. Has Children Edward Don b: ABT 1482
    2. Has Children Griffith Dunn
    3. Has Children Margaret Dun b: ABT 1480
    4. Has No Children Anne Donne
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