Richard Cecil

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When Richard died 19 Mar 1552/3 [http://books.google.com/books?vid=OCLC04293172&id=0HHbZEfy6lYC&pg=PA13&dq=richard+cecil+burghley" Title="The Cecil Family, pg 12" [source]], he left an ample estate behind him in the counties of Rutland, Northamptonshire and elsewhere.  He died at his house in Cannon Row and was buried at St. Margaret's, [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Westminster Westminster].<br>
 
When Richard died 19 Mar 1552/3 [http://books.google.com/books?vid=OCLC04293172&id=0HHbZEfy6lYC&pg=PA13&dq=richard+cecil+burghley" Title="The Cecil Family, pg 12" [source]], he left an ample estate behind him in the counties of Rutland, Northamptonshire and elsewhere.  He died at his house in Cannon Row and was buried at St. Margaret's, [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Westminster Westminster].<br>
 
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Richard's widow Jane died in 10 March 1587/8. [<a href = "../Documents/WilliamCecil1.htm" title="Complete Peerage, Burghley, pg 428">here</a>]<br>
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Richard's widow Jane died in 10 March 1587/8. [../Documents/WilliamCecil1.htm" title="Complete Peerage, Burghley, pg 428">here]<br>
 
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Of Richard's daughters, Anne (also called Agnes) married Thomas White of Tuxford, Notts.; Margaret married Roger Cave and secondly Ambrose Smith; and Elizabeth married [RobertWingfield Robert Wingfield] secondly Hugh Allington.<br>
 
Of Richard's daughters, Anne (also called Agnes) married Thomas White of Tuxford, Notts.; Margaret married Roger Cave and secondly Ambrose Smith; and Elizabeth married [RobertWingfield Robert Wingfield] secondly Hugh Allington.<br>

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