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Thomas Fynes, Lord Dacre, was married to Mary Nevill, daughter of Lord Abergavenny. In 1541 Thomas Fynes was hanged for murder. The couple had two sons and a daughter, Margaret, born in the same year. The marriage of Margaret and Samson Lennard (c.1545–1615), created a first connection between the Lennard family and the Dacre Barony, in the south of England. It is likely that this portrait was painted by a follower of Flemish painter Hans Eworth and not by the painter himself.

Essex Record Office

Chelmsford


Date

c.1570

Medium

oil on panel

Measurements

H 58.4 x W 44.5 cm

Accession number

446

Work type

Painting


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Essex Record Office

Wharf Road, Chelmsford, Essex CM2 6YT England

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