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Cornwallis, Anne, countess of Argylllocked

(d. 1635)
  • Rosalind K. Marshall

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Cornwallis, Anne, countess of Argyll (d. 1635), Roman Catholic benefactor and supposed author, was the daughter of Sir William Cornwallis (c.1551–1611) of Brome, Suffolk, and his wife, Lucy, daughter of John Neville, fourth Baron Latimer (d. 1577); the essayist Sir William Cornwallis (c. 1579–1614)...

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