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Carne, Sir Edwardlocked

(c. 1496–1561)
  • L. E. Hunt

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Carne, Sir Edward (c. 1496–1561), diplomat, was the son of Howell Carne (fl. 1490–1497) of Cowbridge, Glamorgan, and his wife, Cicely or Sibyl, daughter of William Kemys of Newport, Monmouthshire. He claimed descent from the kings of Gwent. Carne was educated at ...

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