Standard Name: Wedgwood, Sarah
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|Family and Intimate relationships||Anne Marsh||
He was (almost certainly) a Cambridge University friend of her brother. He was not, as usually said, a partner of his father's leading London banking firm, but a lawyer. He was presumably at this date...
|Friends, Associates||Anne Marsh||
Before her marriage Anne Caldwell (later AM ) seems to have lived in close ties of friendship with the women of the Wedgwood and Darwin families, including Sarah , wife of Josiah Wedgwood . She...
|Friends, Associates||Mary Anne Schimmelpenninck||
Her close friends also included Sir Richard and Lady Bedingfield , a Catholic couple living in Sydney Place, London. Sarah Wedgwood (wife of Josiah) wrote to a third party of MAS 's charming and...
|Intertextuality and Influence||Anne Marsh||
Harriet Martineau was amazed when AM first read her one of these tales, The Admiral's Daughter, and felt that their hostess later that evening (Sarah Wedgwood ) must have been almost equally amazed...
8 April 1825
Lucy Townsend hosted a meeting at which the first British slavery association for women was formed, the Birmingham Ladies Society for the Relief of Negro Slaves (which later changed its name to the Female Society for Birmingham