Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
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|Cultural formation||Catherine Maria Grey|
|Education||Catherine Maria Grey|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Agnes Mary Clerke|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Menella Bute Smedley||
Menella's mother, Mary Smedley, was a great-grand-daughter of George Bellas , a London lawyer and politician of somewhat mixed reputation who died leaving a substantial estate which led to huge family gatherings in Westmorland of...
|Family and Intimate relationships||Mary Eleanor Bowes, Countess of Strathmore||
This was clearly a custody struggle. The family of the countess's first husband had had the children of that marriage made wards in Chancery . Anna was fourteen at this time; their stepfather had at...
|Family and Intimate relationships||Catherine Maria Grey|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Anthony Trollope|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Anna Jane Vardill|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Elizabeth Jenkins||
Her mother, born Theodora Caldicott Ingram , came from a family of Methodists and was seven years older than her husband. Though Theodora's father's name was Ingram, the name Caldicott lingered in the family as...
|Family and Intimate relationships||Elizabeth Clinton, Countess of Lincoln||
Elizabeth Lincoln 's son and heir, the Earl of Lincoln , sued his mother in Chancery as guardian of his younger brothers.
Cokayne, George Edward. The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, extant, extinct, or dormant. Gibbs, VicaryEditor , St Catherine Press, 1959.
|Material Conditions of Writing||Regina Maria Roche||
It seems actually to have appeared by November 1819. A New York edition appeared in 1820, and a French translation in 1821.
During this decade RMR and her husband were losing money hand...
Garside, Peter, James Raven, and Rainer Schöwerling, editors. The English Novel 1770-1829. Oxford University Press, 2000.
|Other Life Event||Teresia Constantia Phillips||
Dr Henchman argued that the other side's multiplication of the main issue into innumerable subsidiary points, each requiring many witnesses, ensured the case such longevity that the youngest man here will never live to see...
|Textual Features||Caroline Norton||
Observations on the Natural Claim of the Mother to the Custody of her Infant Children asserts that all children under seven ought to remain in the care of their mothers, and that for those above...
|Textual Features||Frances Notley||
Meanwhile Estrild, who is not yet of age, has come under the guardianship of Mr Vicat, her uncle. Vicat plans to marry Estrild, for her wealth, to his sickly son Gilbert. At first Estrild resists...
Arguing for his Divorce Bill but against a husband's adultery as grounds for divorce, Lord Chancellor Cranworth remarked that it would be too harsh to bring the law to bear against a husband who was...