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Barrington [née Lytton], Judith, Lady Barrington (d. 1657), gentlewoman  

Caroline M. K. Bowden

Barrington [née Lytton], Judith, Lady Barrington (d. 1657), gentlewoman, was the daughter of the MP Sir Rowland Lytton (d. 1615) of Knebworth, Hertfordshire. Her family had puritan sympathies and was one in which daughters were encouraged to read. In 1612 she married ...

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Townshend, Caroline, suo jure Baroness Greenwich (1717–1794)  

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Caroline Townshend, suo jure Baroness Greenwich (1717–1794) by Sir Joshua Reynolds, 1756–7 in the collection of the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry KT; photograph courtesy National Gallery of Scotland

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Townshend [née Campbell], Caroline, suo jure Baroness Greenwich [other married name Caroline Scott, countess of Dalkeith] (1717–1794), landowner  

Rosalind K. Marshall

Townshend [née Campbell], Caroline, suo jure Baroness Greenwich [other married name Caroline Scott, countess of Dalkeith] (1717–1794), landowner, was born on 17 November 1717, the first of the five children of John Campbell, second duke of Argyll and first duke of Greenwich...

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