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date: 20 August 2019

Bacon [née Cooke], Anne, Lady Baconlocked

(c. 1528–1610)
  • Lynne Magnusson

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Bacon [née Cooke], Anne, Lady Bacon (c. 1528–1610), gentlewoman and scholar, was probably born at Gidea Hall, Essex. She was third of the nine children of Sir Anthony Cooke (1505/6–1576), one of the humanist educators who tutored Edward VI, and Anne (...

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Essex Record Office, Chelmsford
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