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  1. 08/12/2014 · About Barbara Lennard. 'Lady Barbara Lennard1. 'F, #30024, b. 12 July 1676, d. 1741. Last Edited=21 Feb 2011. Consanguinity Index=3.13%. ' Lady Barbara Lennard was born on 12 July 1676.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Lennard, 1st and last Earl of Essex and Lady Anne Palmer.1 She married Lt.-Gen. Charles Skelton.1 She died in 1741, without issue.1.

    • "Barbara Skelton"
    • 1741
    • estimated between 1666 and 1716
    • Carole (Erickson) Pomeroy,Vol. C...
  2. Is Lady Barbara Lennard still alive? No, she died on 01/01/1741, 280 years ago. She was 64 years old when she died. Family. Her mother is Lady Anne Palmer and her father is Thomas Lennard 1st Earl of Sussex. Her mother died at the age of (Lady was 45 years old). When Lady born she was 16 years old.

  3. 18/06/2021 · Barbara LENNARD was born on July 12, 1676 in Westminster London England U.K, daughter of Thomas LENNARD and Anne PALMER. She was married to Charles SKELTON. She died in the year 1741 in Paris Île-de-France France. This information is part of Genealogy Harssema by Bruce Fast on Genealogy Online.

  4. 27/04/2019 · Lady Barbara Lennard was born on 12 July 1676. 1 She was the daughter of Thomas Lennard, 1st and last Earl of Essex and Lady Anne Palmer. 1 She married Lt.-Gen. Charles Skelton. 1 She died in 1741, without issue. 1 Her married name became Skelton. 1

  5. 1676: Lady Anne rumoured to have same-sex relationship with the Duchess Mazarin, mistress of Charles II 12 July 1676: Birth of Barbara Lennard November 1676 – January 1677: Lady Anne takes residence at Herstmonceux, East Sussex 1677: Lady Anne separates from Thomas Lennard 1677: Lady Anne flees to her mother in Paris

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  6. 05/12/2021 · Lady Anne Lennard was the granddaughter of Charles II and one of his favourite mistresses, Barbara Villiers (1641–1709), through Barbara’s first child, Lady Anne Palmer 'otherwise Fitzroy' (1661–1722) and Thomas Lennard, Lord Dacre (d.1715). Thomas Murray aimed to emphasise Lady Anne’s youth through her almost fragile and graceful looks ...