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Elizabeth Fane (c. 1530—1568) literary patron

Francis William Henry Fane (1825—1891) army officer

John Fane (1686—1762) army officer and politician

John Fane (1784—1859) diplomatist and composer

John Fane (1759—1841) politician

Julian Henry Charles Fane (1827—1870) diplomatist and poet

Lady Rachael Fane (1613—1680) estate manager and benefactor

Margaret Fane (1888—1962)

Mildmay Fane (1602—1666) politician and writer

Priscilla Anne Fane (1793—1879) diplomatic service wife and artist

Robert George Cecil Fane (1796—1864) judge

Sir Edmund Douglas Veitch Fane (1837—1900) diplomatist

Sir Francis Fane (1662—1691) playwright

Sir Henry Fane (1778—1840) army officer

Sir Ralph Fane (c. 1505—1552) conspirator

Sir Thomas Fane (c. 1519—1589) administrator


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1 Pagan temple, therefore a fabrique in a C18 garden.

2 Weather-cock or -vane.

Subjects: Architecture.

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