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  1. Frances Carr, condesa de Somerset (31 de mayo de 1590 - 23 de agosto de 1632), nacida Frances Howard, era una mujer noble inglesa que fue la figura central en un famoso escándalo y asesinato durante el reinado del rey James I. Fue declarada culpable pero evitó la ejecución , y finalmente fue perdonado por el Rey y liberado de la Torre de Londres a principios de 1622.

  2. Send information to Art Detective A famous beauty, Frances Howard was divorced from Robert Devereux, 3rd Earl of Essex in 1613 and married Robert Carr, Earl of Somerset, a favourite of James I. In 1615 she and her second husband, along with several accomplices, were convicted of poisoning Sir Thomas Overbury, who had opposed their marriage.

  3. Frances Carr, condesa de Somerset (31 de mayo de 1590-23 de agosto de 1632), nacido Frances Howard, era una mujer noble inglesa que fue la figura central en un famoso escándalo y asesinato durante el reinado del rey Jacobo I.Fue declarada culpable pero se salvó de la ejecución, y finalmente fue indultada por el rey y liberada de la Torre de Londres a principios de 1622.

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  5. Essex went on a European tour (from 1607 to 1609) and when he returned Frances made every effort to avoid him. He was at the time seriously ill with smallpox, but she had also fallen in love with Robert Carr, 1st Earl of Somerset.

  6. The lovely woman on the right is Lady Frances Carr, Countess of Somerset. She was an English noblewoman who was the central figure in a murder scandal during the reign of James I of England. She was born Frances Howard, the daughter of the second son of the Duke of Norfolk.

  7. The lovely woman on the right is Lady Frances Carr, Countess of Somerset. She was an English noblewoman who was the central figure in a murder scandal during the reign of James I of England. She was born Frances Howard, the daughter of the second son of the Duke of Norfolk.