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Who is Alice Barnham?
Alice Barnham, Viscountess St Albans was the wife of English scientific philosopher and statesman Francis Bacon.
- born on (423 years ago) in London, child of Dorothy Smith
- nationality: United Kingdom
- Marriage with Francis Bacon between and (18 years)
- died in (366 years ago) in Hertfordshire
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by Sir Leslie Stephen, Sir Sidney Lee
On 10 May Bacon had been married to Alice Barnham, whose father had been a sheriff of London [see BARNHAM, BENEDICT], and was dead, and whose mother, a ' little violent lady,' as Chamberlain ...
It was the unpleasing duty of Lord-keeper Bacon (who had married Lady Pakington's daughter, Alice Barnham) to give an opinion against ...
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