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Sarah Fanshawe (c.1642–1717), Second Wife of Thomas, 2nd Viscount Fanshawe

Photo credit: Valence House Museum

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Sarah was the daughter of Sir John Evelyn, and a cousin of John Evelyn, the famous diarist. Married three times, her widowhoods were always short ones. Her first husband was Sir John Wray, 3rd Baronet of Glenworth. In 1665, after being a widow for five months, she married Thomas, 2nd Viscount Fanshawe, becoming his second wife. Sarah fought for the right of her son, Evelyn, 3rd Viscount Fanshawe, to hold the post of King’s Remembrancer on his coming of age.

Valence House Museum

London


Date

19th C

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 74 x W 62 cm

Accession number

LDVAL13/1

Acquisition method

gift from Aubrey Fanshawe, 1963

Work type

Painting


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