It was more difficult than I thought to get a proper list, but I did get you some names. - Anne Bray, Lady Cobham (as lady in waiting)- Mary Arundel, Countess of Sussex (as maid of honour until her marriage to the Earl of Sussex, then lady in waiting)- Anne Parr, the sister of Katherine Parr (as maid of honour)- Margery Horsman (as maid of honour)- Anne Basset, daughter of Lord & Lady Lisle- Elizabeth Oxenbridge (became Lady Tyrwhitt only after Jane's death, so she probably served her as a maid of honour)- Mary Norris (daughter of Henry Norris, executed as one of Anne Boleyn's "lovers")- Jane Ashley (married name Mewtas), who seems to also have been in Prince Edward's household- Susanna Hornebolt (whose father and brother were among the King's painters and was herself a great artist but, being a woman, she was assigned in the Queen's household)Also, this link could be very useful as it's an alphabetical list of every-ish woman at the Tudor court (if you have the patience to check out every name one by one!): http://www.tudorwomen.com/?page_id=747
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