Countess of Denbigh . Daughter of Sir George Villiers and Mary Beaumont , countess of Buckingham; married William Fielding, 1st earl of Denbigh (r. 1622–1643), around 1607; children: Basil Fielding, 2nd earl of Denbigh; George Fielding, 1st earl of Desmond; Mary Hamilton (1613–1638); Anne Fielding (d. 1636, who married Baptist Noel, 3rd viscount Campden); Elizabeth Fielding , countess of Guildford (who married Lewis Boyle, viscount Kynalmeaky).
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