Sir Lancelot Allgood

Standard Name: Allgood, Sir Lancelot

Connections

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death Hannah Glasse
HG died in London: the few and scanty printed reports of her death identified her as the sister of her successful brother .
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Family and Intimate relationships Hannah Glasse
Hannah's younger half-brother Lancelot (her only legitimate sibling, and the only one to live to adulthood) became MP for Northumberland and High Sheriff of that county. He was good to Hannah, providing her with annuities...
Friends, Associates Ann Cook
The close friend and fellow cook with whom AC corresponded, and who figures so largely in her published book, is never named. Cook seems not to have been a personal acquaintance of Hannah Glasse ...
Material Conditions of Writing Ann Cook
AC had a grudge against Glasse dating back to the feud between her family and Glasse's half-brother, Lancelot Allgood (Esquire Flash in her book), who had, she said, ruined their livelihood.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
She expresses a marked...
Occupation Ann Cook
AC calls herself a profess'd [that is, professional] Cook before her marriage, and as eighteen years an inn-keeper. She joined with her husband and later with her children too in running the Black Bull inn...

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