Agnes Berry

Standard Name: Berry, Agnes


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Cultural formation Anne Damer
The painter and diarist Joseph Faringdon commented on AD 's wearing men's clothes, as well as on the ecstacy of meeting and the agony of parting between her and the two MissBerry s.
Lanser, Susan Sniader. “’Pulled from the Straight’: Dorothy Wordsworth, Anne Lister, and the Poetics of Irregularity”. British Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Women Conference, Lawrence, KS.
Family and Intimate relationships Camilla Crosland
CC 's mother was born Sarah Wright . She was descended from the Berry family (that of woman of letters Mary Berry and her sister Agnes ). When her husband died she began running a...
Friends, Associates Eliza Fletcher
Hamilton, herself a conservative, set about de-demonizing EF 's political reputation. She had good success in persuading her friends that Mrs Fletcher was not the ferocious Democrat she had been represented, and that she neither...
Friends, Associates Elizabeth Rigby
ER appeared in public as Mrs Eastlake for the first time at the house of Lady Davy , where she was introduced to Augusta Ada Byron (Byron's daughter) and to Thackeray . At London parties...
Friends, Associates Lady Eleanor Butler
Among their many visitors (apart from the local gentry, with whom they duly established links), close friends included Anna Seward , Henrietta Maria Bowdler (who wrote mock-flirtatiously of LEB as her veillard [sic] or old...
Friends, Associates Maria Callcott
In Richmond and elsewhere MC met emigrés fleeing the French Revolution. She also met a number of women who wrote: Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire , Mary and Agnes Berry , and Anne Damer . In...
Friends, Associates Anne Damer
Residence Mary Somerville
MS and her family took up residence for the season at 6 Curzon Street, London, next to their friends Mary and Agnes Berry .
Patterson, Elizabeth Chambers. Mary Somerville and the Cultivation of Science, 1815-1840. Martinus Nijhoff.
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