Maker: Marcus Gheeraerts the younger
Wallace T. MacCaffrey
Carey, Henry, first Baron Hunsdon (1526–1596), courtier and administrator, was born on 4 March 1526, the only son of William Carey (c. 1496–1528), courtier, of Aldenham, Hertfordshire, and his wife, Mary [see Stafford, Mary (c. 1499-1543)], royal mistress, daughter of Thomas Boleyn, ...
Maker: unknown artist
Maurice Lee jun.
Home, George, earl of Dunbar (d. 1611), courtier and administrator, was the fourth son of Alexander Home of Manderston (d. 1593) and Janet Home (d. 1593), daughter of George Home of Spott. The date of his birth is uncertain. There were many divisions among the ...
Seagrave [Segrave], Sir Hugh (d. 1387), administrator and courtier, was, on the evidence of his arms, a junior or bastard member of the baronial Seagrave family, which became extinct in its main line in 1353. He may be the Hugh who was squire to ...
Stewart, Henry, first Lord Methven (c. 1495–1553/4), courtier and administrator, was the second of four sons of Andrew Stewart, second Lord Avondale (d. 1513), and Margaret, daughter of John Kennedy, second Lord Kennedy. Nothing is known of his early years, but in 1524 he and his brothers supported the coup by which, in the absence of the ...
Rosalind K. Marshall
Stewart, James, earl of Arran (c. 1545–1596), courtier and administrator, was the second son of the eight children of Andrew Stewart, second Lord Ochiltree (1521?–1594?), and his first wife, Agnes Cunningham (d. in or after 1557), daughter of John Cunningham of Caprington...