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Halkett [née Murray], Anne [Anna], Lady Halkettlocked

(1623–1699)
  • David Stevenson

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Halkett [née Murray], Anne [Anna], Lady Halkett (1623–1699), autobiographer, was born in London on 4 January 1623, the youngest daughter of Thomas Murray (1564–1623), provost of Eton College, and Jane Drummond (d. 1647), both of whom claimed descent from families recently ennobled in ...

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