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John Lennard (1508–1590) was the founder of the Lennard family, of which would become a politically influential family with royal connections. They would also become the representatives of the Dacre Barony of Belhus, in Aveley, Essex, through Henry Lennard (1570–1616), 12th Lord Dacre. The Lennards originally came from Chevening, Kent. John Lennard became a wealthy man and had royal favour at the age of 25.

Essex Record Office

Chelmsford


Date

c.1600

Medium

chalk on paper (?)

Measurements

H 35.6 x W 30.5 cm

Accession number

445

Work type

Drawing & watercolour


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Essex Record Office

Wharf Road, Chelmsford, Essex CM2 6YT England

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