Lady Frances Seymour Conway (1751–1820), Countess of Lincoln by William Hoare (University of Nottingham - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, UK)

Her article in thepeerage is here. She married Henry Fiennes Pelham-Clinton, Earl of Lincoln in 1775. Unfortunately, he died three years later. She bore two children and didn’t remarry.

From iveinternet.ru/users/2010239/post366772637. Also posted to the Reign of Louis XV - 1715 to 1774 Album here.

Lady Frances Seymour Conway (1751–1820), Countess of Lincoln by William Hoare (University of Nottingham - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, UK) From iveinternet.ru:users:2010239:post366772637 fixed bottom tenth left side

Lady Frances’ coiffure is piled high and has a gushing bun on the crown, suggesting later 1760s. She is dressed in columnar British casual style. An over-dress falls away from the bow on her bodice like the over-dress from a zone bodice, but there is no full skirt to carry the over-dress.

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