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|Named Person:||Edward Conway Conway, 1st Viscount; John Conway, Sir; Elizabeth (Horne) Bourne; Anthony Bourne|
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Charles Angell Bradford
"The Conway papers are so named from Sir Edward Conway ... He ... became Secretary of State to James I and Charles I. In the main the papers are those which came into his hands in the regular routine of his office ..." Cf. l. 1.
There are three volumes of the Conway papers in the British Museum. Mr. Bradford deals with the first of these volumes [1576-1606] which relates principally to Anthony Bourne, his wife Elizabeth Horne and Sir John Conway (Sir Edward's father).