Ashfield, Andrew. Email to Isobel Grundy about Eleanor Tatlock.
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|Cultural formation||Margiad Evans|
|Cultural formation||Sarah Savage|
|Cultural formation||Celia Fiennes|
|Cultural formation||Eleanor Tatlock|
|Cultural formation||Mary Taylor|
|Cultural formation||Elizabeth Gilding|
|Cultural formation||Dora Greenwell||
Presumably white, DG was born into an upper-middle class family that was then comfortably off, but was financially devastated several years after her birth. Her religious allegiances present some confusion. She was brought up as...
|Cultural formation||Elizabeth Heyrick||
She was born a Dissenter and until her marriage attended the Presbyterian church in East Bond Street, Leicester. John Wesley visited the Coltman household during her youth. Later, during her widowhood, she became a Quaker .
Beale, Catherine Hutton, editor. Catherine Hutton and Her Friends. Cornish Brothers, 1895.
Aucott, Shirley. Women of Courage, Vision and Talent: lives in Leicester 1780 to 1925. Shirley Aucott, 2008.
|Cultural formation||Elizabeth Singer Rowe|
|Cultural formation||Catherine Hutton|
|Cultural formation||Mary Linskill||
Seventeenth-century Linskills were active in the Society of Friends and in local trade.
Mary Jane was strongly religious. Stamp relays a story of her mother not only frightening her with stories about hell, but...
Quinlan, David, and Arthur Frederick Humble. Mary Linskill: The Whitby Novelist. Horne and Son, 1969.
|Cultural formation||Maria Abdy|
|Cultural formation||Elizabeth Major|
|Cultural formation||Sarah Austin|
|Cultural formation||Elizabeth Barrett Browning||
She grew up in great privilege and luxury, since her mother's wealth and father's income from Jamaican plantations allowed the family to live according to their rank as English gentry, particularly in her earlier years...
8 June 1688