Alice Barnham

Alice Barnham

Alice Barnham, Viscountess St Albans (1592–1650) was the wife of English scientific philosopher and statesman Francis Bacon.

Read more about Alice Barnham:  Family, Courtship and First Marriage, Marriage To Francis Bacon, Remarriage To John Underhill

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Francis Bacon (philosopher) - Biography - Personal Life
... At the age of forty-five, Bacon married Alice Barnham, the fourteen-year-old daughter of a well-connected London alderman and MP ... Bacon wrote two sonnets proclaiming his love for Alice ... Reports of increasing friction in his marriage to Alice appeared, with speculation that some of this may have been due to financial resources not being as readily available to her as she ...
Alice Barnham - Remarriage To John Underhill
... Less than two weeks after Bacon's death from pneumonia on 9 April 1626, Alice Barnham Bacon married Mr ... to sign an agreement for a large dowry and extensive property, including some property of Alice that Sir John did not have rights to, and could only ...