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Ana Jakšić was born 1473 to Stepan Jakšić (c1432-1489) and Milica Belmužević (c1442-c1500) and died 1547 Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius Sergiyev Posad, Sergiyev-Posad Rayon, Moscow Oblast, Russia of unspecified causes.

After her son, Yuri was killed in the Moscow Uprising of 1547), Anna was accused of starting the fire in Moscow through withcraft. However, Anna survived the uprising. She retired to the Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius, where she took the vows and became a nun under the name of Anissya. She died at the same monastery in 1553.

Children


Offspring of Vasili Lvovich Glinsky (c1465-1515) and Ana Jakšić
Name Birth Death Joined with
Yuri Vasilievich Glinsky (c1495-1547)
Ivan Vasilievich Glinsky (c1500-c1550)
Mikhail Vasilievich Glinsky (c1505-1559)
Elena Vasilievna Glinskaya (1506-1538) 1506 4 April 1538 Moscow, Russia Vasili III Ivanovich of Russia (1479-1533)




Siblings


Offspring of Stepan Jakšić (c1432-1489) and Milica Belmužević (c1442-c1500)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Stefan Jakšić (c1468-c1520)
Jelena Jakšić (1470-1529) 1470 Nădlac, Arad County, Romania 1529 Jovan Branković (c1445-1502)
Ivaniš Berislavić (c1460-1514)
Anna Jakšić (1473-1547) 1473 1547 Sergiyev Posad, Sergiyev-Posad Rayon, Moscow Oblast, Russia Vasili Lvovich Glinsky (c1465-1515)
Dmitar Jakšić (c1574-c1490)
Irina Jakšić (c1477-c1550)
Marko Jakšić (c1480-1537)

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