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  1. Priscilla Fane, Countess of Westmorland. Lady Westmorland holding her second son George Fane (1819–1848). Priscilla Anne Fane ( née Wellesley-Pole), Countess of Westmorland (1793 – 18 February 1879), styled Lady Burghersh between 1811 and 1841, was a British linguist and artist.

  2. Priscilla Anne Fane (née Wellesley-Pole), Countess of Westmorland (1793 – 18 February 1879), styled Lady Burghersh between 1811 and 1841, was a British linguist and artist Born Priscilla Wellesley-Pole, she was the fourth child of the Honourable William Wellesley-Pole, later first Baron Maryborough and third Earl of Mornington, by Katharine ...

    • Female
    • February 18, 1879
    • John Fane
  3. 31 de out. de 2009 · The correspondence of Priscilla, countess of Westmorland by Westmorland, Priscilla Anne Wellesley Pole Fane, Countess of, 1793-1879

  4. Priscilla Anne Fane, Countess of Westmorland was considered the favourite niece of the Duke of Wellington. In 1811 she married John Fane, Lord Burghersh, appointed minister in Florence...

  5. Diplomatic service wife and artist. Priscilla Anne Wellesley-Pole (neice of the Duke of Wellington and Lord Wellesley); in 1811 married diplomat and composer John Fane, Lord Burghersh, who in 1841 became 11th Earl of Westmorland. Profile. Born: 1793. Died: 1879. Share. 16 results. All associated archives.

  6. Priscilla Anne Fane (née Wellesley-Pole), Countess of Westmorland (1793 – 18 February 1879), styled Lady Burghersh between 1811 and 1841, was a British linguist and artist. Life Born Priscilla Wellesley-Pole, she was the fourth child of the Honourable William Wellesley-Pole , later first Baron Maryborough and third Earl of Mornington , by ...

  7. FANE, PRISCILLA ANNE, Countess of Westmoreland (1793–1879), fourth child of William Wellesley-Pole, third earl of Mornington, and baron Maryborough, by Katharine Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Admiral the Hon. John Forbes, was born 13 March 1793, and married 26 June 1811 John Fane [q. v.], then lord Burghersh, who afterwards became tenth Earl ...