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  1. Anne Spencer, Countess of Sunderland (née Lady Anne Churchill; 27 February 1683 – 15 April 1716), was an English court official and noble. She held the office of Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Anne from 1702 to 1712. Life. She was the third daughter of John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough, and the former Sarah Jenyns (Jennings).

    • 15 April 1716 (aged 33)
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  2. Anne Spencer, Countess of Sunderland ( née Digby; c. 1646 – 26 April 1715) was the wife of Robert Spencer, 2nd Earl of Sunderland and the daughter of George Digby, 2nd Earl of Bristol and Lady Anne Russell . Anne married Sunderland on 10 June 1665. The groom had previously broken off their long-standing engagement; according to Samuel Pepys he told ...

  3. Anne Spencer, nacida Digby (hacia 1646-26 de abril de 1715), condesa de Sunderland, fue una aristócrata inglesa. Biografía [ editar] Anne fue hija de George Digby, II conde de Bristol, y Lady Anne Russell. Contrajo matrimonio el 10 de junio de 1665 con Robert Spencer, II conde de Sunderland, quien inicialmente había roto el compromiso con ella.

    • Church of St Mary the Virgin, Great Brington
    • años 1640
  4. 8 de jul. de 2021 · "Anne Spencer, Countess of Sunderland (née Digby; c. 1646 – 26 April 1715) was the wife of Robert ...

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  5. 26 de abr. de 2022 · Anne Spencer (Churchill), Countess of Sunderland: Also Known As: "Countess of ...

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    • February 27, 1683
    • April 15, 1716
  6. Anne Spencer, second daughter of the first Duke of Marlborough, became Countess of Sunderland after her marriage in 1700. She is noted for her great beauty and influence in politics, and between 1702 and 1712 she served as a Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Anne.