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A LEGACY of Lady Pembroke

Portraits, etc of the family and descendants of Lady Anne Herbert (Parr), Countess of Pembroke; sister of Queen Katherine Parr. Lady Anne was the only daughter of Sir Thomas Parr, Lord of Kendal and Maud Green to have surviving issue and descendants living to this day.
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William Herbert, 1st Lord Powis (1574-1656), British (English) School 1180905

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In the mid-1920s, the sixth Countess of Carnarvon is shown with her two children, Henry George Reginald Molyneaux Herbert, who would become the seventh Earl of Carnarvon, and Lady Anne Penelope Marian Herbert

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William Herbert (d.1570), 1st Earl of Pembroke (after Hans Eworth) Edward Travanyon Haynes (1840–1922)

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Drawing of a stained glass window - Angel holding the shield of William Herbert K.G., 3rd Earl of Pembroke. Sydney Eden. Angel holding the shield of William Herbert K.G., 3rd Earl of Pembroke. c.1630 stained glass from Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn.

Drawing of a stained glass window - Angel holding the shield of William Herbert K.G., 3rd Earl of Pembroke. - Victoria & Albert Museum - Search the Collections

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Depiction of William Herbert, 3rd Earl of Pembroke (1580 - 1630), c 1800. William Herbert, 3rd Earl of Pembroke, KG, PC (8 April 1580 - 10 April 1630) was the son of Henry Herbert, 2nd Earl of Pembroke and his third wife, Mary Sidney. Chancellor of the University of Oxford, he founded Pembroke College, Oxford with James VI of Scotland and I of England. He was also a patron of William Shakespeare. He married Mary Talbot, Arbella Stuart's cousin.

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