By 19 August 1656
Mary Lee (later MLC) was born, the eldest of four siblings, of whom only she and one brother survived.
By December 1697
Mary, Lady Chudleigh, wrote a poem in praise of the translation of Virgil
had published this year; but she would not let him print her tribute.
22 February 1701
Mary, Lady Chudleigh, publicly took issue with the conspicuous misogyny of the Rev. John Sprint
, in a dialogue poem or answer, The Ladies Defence
, published this day.
About October 1710
Mary, Lady Chudleigh, published, with her name, Essays upon Several Subjects in Prose and Verse
, dedicated to Princess Sophia of Brunswick
15 December 1710
Mary, Lady Chudleigh, died, not long after a period staying at the house of an Exeter
doctor for treatment.