Elizabeth was born in County Middlesex, England. Elizabeth married Robert Sharpe, son of William Sharpe, before 1518 in Islington, County Middlesex, England.1 She became the heir of the property at Tottham, Middlesex called "Lambert Grove" that came to her mother from her father, Thomas Lambert.2
- [S1062] Joseph James [edited with extensive additions] Muskett, The Suffolk Manorial Families being the County Visitations and other Pedigrees
Muskett, Joseph James edited with extensive additions', Volume I: page 41 - The Sharpe's of Islington, County Middlesex, England.
- [S754] National Archives of the United Kingdom: 1515-1518 - reference: C1-445-23 Court of Chancery: Six Clerks Office Early Proceedings, Richard II to Richard & Mary, Chancery Pleadings Addressed to Thomas Wolsey, Archbishop of York & Cardinal . . . Sharpe v Clerk. Plaintiffs: Robert Sharpe & Elizabeth, his wife, daughter & heir of John Hewes & of Johanne, his wife. Defendants: George Clerke. Detention of Deeds relating to Woodland in Tottenham called "Lambert Grove", late of Thomas Lambert, father of the said Joan. Middlesex. [Courtesy of Sidney Holdrege] - transcribed by Larry & Kathy McCurdy - www.nationalarchives.co.uk.