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751 She and her elder sister Anne (who died October 1657) were painted as children, 1655–56, by Lely, who also painted diana at the time of her first marriage in 1667. Both portraits and the receipt for the latter (£29 10sh., including frame, August 1667) are still at Woburn, as are many of her letters to the Rev. John Thornton, the Russells' tutor there. See G. Scott Thomson, Life in a Noble Household, 1641–1700, pages 76, 111, 291, 293, where are other references to her. Russell, Lady Diana (I2644)
 
752 She and her husband had licence to enter into her inheritance in November 1446. (Poynings), Eleanor de jure suo jure Baroness Poynings (I776)
 
753 She and her husband sold the manor of Martel's Hall to William Mannock in 1528. Mortimer, Elizabeth (I712)
 
754 She and her husband were admitted of Corpus Christi, York, 1498. Scrope, Hon. Margaret (I1432)
 
755 She and her husband were admitted of Corpus Christi, York, 1498. Scrope, Hon. Elizabeth (I2444)
 
756 She and her husband were admitted of Corpus Christi, York, in 1490. Scrope, Hon. Alice (I2443)
 
757 She and her husband were later removed to Little Easton, Essex. (Plantagenet), Lady Isabel of Cambridge (I2533)
 
758 She assumed the surname Compton-Vyner by royal licence dated 30 September 1915. Compton-Vyner, Mary Evelyn (I2824)
 
759 She bequeathed jewels to her brothers, Sir Humphrey Bourchier kt. and Thomas Bourchier, and her sister Dame Elizabeth, Lady Welles. "To my sonne Lord Latymer, my wedding rynge." Bourchier, Hon. Joan (I906)
 
760 She converted to Roman Catholicism about ten years before her death. Roche, Hon. Frances Ruth Burke (I8)
 
761 She desired to buried in the Beauchamp Chapel (St. Mary's), Warwick, beside her son. She made various gifts to this chantry, and some also to Well, where her first husband was buried. Beauchamp, Lady Elizabeth (I900)
 
762 She died in childbed some two months after her husband. Wenman, Hon. Elizabeth (I2642)
 
763 She died unmarried. Dalton, Ursula (I2438)
 
764 She died unmarried. Robinson, Althea (I2788)
 
765 She died unmarried. Robinson, Elizabeth (I2787)
 
766 She died while on active service, and was unmarried. Vyner, Elizabeth (I2836)
 
767 She died without issue. Harris, Catherine Gertrude (I2809)
 
768 She died without issue. Hort, Frances (I2804)
 
769 She died without male issue. Fitzalan, Lady Joan (I2313)
 
770 She directed burial in the church of the Minoresses, Bruisyard, to which she bequeathed the manor of Wrabness, Essex. de Ufford, Maud (I612)
 
771 She directed that her heart be buried at the Greyfriars, London, and her body at the Greyfriars, Bristol. Percy, Lady Eleanor (I769)
 
772 She directed to be buried by her husband. Fitzalan, Lady Joan (I2405)
 
773 She held the Castle and Honour of Abergavenny in dower till her death. Fitzalan, Lady Joan (I2405)
 
774 She inherited Stowe and other lands in Northamptonshire in 1439, when she was aged 22. Beauchamp, Lady Elizabeth (I900)
 
775 She made provision for Thomas Neville, younger son of her late son Henry; also for her daughter Catherine, wife of Oliver Dudley. Beauchamp, Lady Elizabeth (I900)
 
776 She received a legacy under Sir Charles Dalton's will. Smith, Elizabeth (I2442)
 
777 She took the veil after the death of her second husband, Robert Constable. Hatcliff, Beatrice (I1942)
 
778 She was "A lady of sweet temper, strict virtue, exemplary piety, goodness and condescension." (Hearne's Collections, volume viii, page 111). V.G. Thynne, Mary (I2668)
 
779 She was a goddaughter of George II. Lennox, Lady Emilia Mary (I1265)
 
780 She was a legatee in the 1554 will of her half-brother, Thomas (West), 9th Lord la Warre, K.G. West, Hon. Barbara (I723)
 
781 She was a legatee under the will of her cousin, Christopher Bacchus, of Southwood, parish of Cottingham, gentleman, dated 29 January 1724. Huntington, Mary (I2214)
 
782 She was a step-daughter of A. Stuart-Wortley. Bromley, Zoë (I2537)
 
783 She was allegedly the inspiration for Samuel Richardson's character Pamela. Sturges, Hannah (I2704)
 
784 She was an authoress of some note. Cornwallis, Anne (I1350)
 
785 She was an executrix of her husband's will. Staveley, Ellen (I2237)
 
786 She was bequeathed a pecuniary legacy of £1,100 under the will of her Godfather and maternal relation, John Bacchus, of Welton, dated 3 February and proved 14 March, 1759. Laybourne, Mary (I2213)
 
787 She was bequeathed an annuity of £5 a year for life under the will of her niece, Mary Laybourne, dated 25 February and proved April 1784. Huntington, Mary (I2214)
 
788 She was co-executrix of the will of her mother, dated 25 April and proved 19 November 1761, under which she and her niece, Mary Huntington, were bequeathed a pecuniary legacy of £300 to be equally divided between them, and out of which they were to pay £5 a year in quarterly payments to her brother, William Huntington, for life, and to pay all her mother's debts and funeral expenses. Huntington, Esther (I1993)
 
789 She was co-executrix of the will of her mother, dated 25 April and proved 19 November 1761. Huntington, Mary (I2214)
 
790 She was co-executrix of the will of her paternal relation, John Bacchus, of Welton, dated 3 February and proved 14 March, 1759, under which she was bequeathed a pecuniary legacy of £500 and half of the residuary personal estate. Huntington, Esther (I1993)
 
791 She was co-executrix of the will of her paternal relation, John Bacchus, of Welton, dated 3 February and proved 14 March, 1759, under which she was devised and bequeathed a pecuniary legacy of £3,000, a reversionary interest in all the testator's real estate in the parish of Cottingham devised to the their mutual cousin Catherine Bacchus for life, and half of the residuary personal estate. Huntington, Mary (I2214)
 
792 She was described as "beautiful and accomplished" in the York Herald, 29 February 1812. Manners-Sutton, Charlotte (I2116)
 
793 She was executrix of her husband's will (proved at London 1 March 1894). Burdett, Constance Angela Mary (I2432)
 
794 She was granted Administration of the estate of her husband on 30 October 1732. Croft, Olive (I1992)
 
795 She was killed by a fall from her horse in 1688. Danby, Charlotte (I1458)
 
796 She was patron of Mottisfont Priory, as heir of William de Briewere, one of the founders. Chaworth, Maud (I597)
 
797 she was re-admitted to British nationality Roche, Hon. Eliza Caroline Burke (I84)
 
798 She was sole heiress to her brother, Humphrey, Earl of Buckingham, and thus transmitted to her representatives the right of quartering the royal arms as differenced in the grant thereof to her said father. (Plantagenet), Lady Anne of Gloucester (I502)
 
799 She was the author of Ode to IndifferenceMacartney, Frances (I2753)
 
800 Sir John Harrington said "he was a man well spoken, properly seen in languages, a comely and good personage, had scarce an equal, and, next to Sir Philip Sidney, no superior in England." Stapylton, Sir Robert (I1585)
 

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