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date: 28 January 2020

Carey, Robert, first earl of Monmouthlocked

(1560–1639)
  • A. J. Loomie

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Carey, Robert, first earl of Monmouth (1560–1639), courtier, the youngest son of Henry Carey, first Baron Hunsdon (1526–1596), and his wife, Ann Morgan (d. 1607), was probably born at the family home, Hunsdon House, Hertfordshire. He was privately educated. As a son of the first cousin of ...

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