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Elizabeth Cecil (née Brownlow), Countess of Exeter (1681-1723), Second wife of 6th Earl of Exeter

Sitter in 5 portraits
Elizabeth was the daughter of Sir John Brownlow of Belton. In 1699 she married John Cecil, Lord Burghley, who later became sixth Earl of Exeter.

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D11440

Elizabeth Cecil (née Brownlow), Countess of Exeter

by Isaac Beckett, published by Alexander Browne, after Gilbert Soest
mezzotint, circa 1680-4
NPG D11440

D31013

Elizabeth Cecil (née Brownlow), Countess of Exeter

by Isaac Beckett, published by Alexander Browne, after Gilbert Soest
mezzotint, circa 1684
NPG D31013

D31011

Elizabeth Cecil (née Brownlow), Countess of Exeter

by John Smith, published by Alexander Browne, after William Wissing
mezzotint, circa 1685
NPG D31011

D1883

Elizabeth Brownlow, later Elizabeth Cecil, Countess of Exeter

by John Smith, published by Alexander Browne, after William Wissing
mezzotint, circa 1685
NPG D1883

D1884

Elizabeth Cecil (née Brownlow), Countess of Exeter

by John Smith, published by Alexander Browne, published by Edward Cooper, after William Wissing
mezzotint, circa 1685
NPG D1884

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