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- Anne Clifford a.k.a. Lady Anne Clifford, 14th Baroness de Clifford, Countess Dowager of Dorset, Pembroke and Montgomery was the only surviving child of George Clifford, 3rd Earl of Cumberland by his wife Lady Margaret Russell, daughter of Francis Russell, 2nd Earl of Bedford. In 1605, she became the suo jure Baroness Clifford and hereditary High Sheriff of Westmorland.
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- Anne Clifford a.k.a. Anne Bardolf: Anne Clifford was the daughter of Thomas Bardolf, 5th Baron Bardolf, and the wife of Sir William Clifford.
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- Anne Clifford is a television producer.
- profession: Television producer
- nomination: - nominated to News & Documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Live Coverage of a Current News Story – Long Form (CNN’s Coverage of Election Night 2008), with David Bohrman, Sam Feist, Melissa Block, Anne Brown, Paul Caron, Jane Maxwell, Steve Dolce, Kate Lunger, Michael Maltas, Alec Miran, Leslie Perrot, Jeff Kepnes, Eric Sherling, Lucy Spiegel, Paul Steinhauser, Alex Wellen, Emily Atkinson, Laura Bernardini, Steve Brusk, Jennifer Buesinger, Katy Byron, Jackie Castillo, Lori Chapman, Anastasia Diakides, Rick DiBella, Patricia Dicarlo, Chris dos Santos, Stephanie Gallman, Lydia Garlikov, Evan Glass, David Gracey, Peter Hamby, Trisha Henry, Brad Hodges, Keating Holland, Matt Hoye, Sasha Johnson, Lauren Kornreich, Alexander Marquardt, Jennifer Mikell, Richard Morris, Lindsey Pope, Mark Preston, Mike Roselli, Devon M. Sayers, Molly Shiels, Alan Silverleib, Alta Spells, Vaughn Sterling & Rachel Streitfeld
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by Laura Lunger Knoppers
Anne Clifford is a particularly famous and well-studied ...
Grasmere, 2012 (2012)
Selected Papers from the Wordsworth Summer Conference by Richard Gravil
Like the Shepherd Lord, Lady Anne Clifford is a figure associated with preservation rather than the depredations of war. It is in this spirit of Isaiah— repairing and restoring— that both Wordsworth and Potter think about the enduring landscape ...
Anne Clifford, m. 1739, James-Joseph, Count Mahony of the Kingdom of Naples, ...
by Gary Day, Jack Lynch
Anne Clifford and Lucy Hutchinson. Aldershot: Ashgate. Illness CLARK LAWLOR AND CHARLOTTE HOLDEN Illness is a fundamental 610 hutchinson, ...
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