Anne Dacre was born on 21 March 1557. She was the daughter of Thomas Dacre, 4th Lord Dacre (of Gilsland) and Elizabeth Leyburne. She married Philip Howard, 20th Earl of Arundel, son of Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of Norfolk and Lady Mary Fitzalan, in 1571. She died on 19 April 1630 at age 73 at Shifnal Manor, Shropshire. She was buried at Arundel Castle. Before September 1584 she became a Roman Catholic.
Mary Howard, Duchess of Norfolk (née Blount; c. 1712 – 1773), was the wife of Edward Howard, 9th Duke of Norfolk. According to the astronomer William Wales, she had asked the explorer Captain James Cook to have an island named after her; he had not heard about the Duchess's death when he discovered Norfolk Island and named it in her honour.
Mary Tudor, daughter of Henry VII. Detail of Mary from a manuscript depicting Mary and her first husband, the aged Louis XII of France. Mary (1496-1533) married Louis in October 1514; the marriage was brief as Louis died the following January
Deborah Cavendish née Freeman-Mitford (1920), Duchess of Devonshire. Married to Andrew 11th Duke