Cecilia Tilley

Standard Name: Tilley, Cecilia

Connections

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Family and Intimate relationships Frances Trollope
FT travelled across revolution-torn Europe
Nadel, Ira Bruce, and William E. Fredeman, editors. Dictionary of Literary Biography 21. Gale Research, 1983.
21: 324
to nurse her dying daughter , and to care for the latter's five children. A few days after her daughter's death, she wrote to her son Tom ...
Family and Intimate relationships Frances Trollope
FT 's only remaining daughter, Cecilia , died of tuberculosis, the third member of her immediate family to die of this disease.
Trollope, Frances Eleanor. Frances Trollope: Her Life and Literary Work from George III to Victoria. AMS Press, 1975.
II: 144
Nadel, Ira Bruce, and William E. Fredeman, editors. Dictionary of Literary Biography 21. Gale Research, 1983.
21: 324
Family and Intimate relationships Frances Trollope
One of FT 's daughters, Cecilia (Trollope) Tilley also wrote and published before dying of consumption at the age of thirty-one. Her High Church novel,
Sutherland, John. The Stanford Companion to Victorian Fiction. Stanford University Press, 1989.
Chollerton, A Tale of our Own Times was published...
Friends, Associates Frances Trollope
FT spent Christmas 1837 with her two remaining sons and one daughter in Hadley. She was visited by, amongst others, her Viennese friend Baron Charles Hügel .
Trollope, Frances Eleanor. Frances Trollope: Her Life and Literary Work from George III to Victoria. AMS Press, 1975.
I: 290
The holidays were greatly enjoyed...
Occupation Frances Trollope
Back in England, in the winter of 1833-1834 most of the Trollope family suffered from influenza, and FT grew greatly concerned for the health of her children, particularly Henry , Cecilia , and Emily, who...
Residence Frances Trollope
FT had planned to live at Carlton Hill in the Lake District near her daughter Cecilia . However, after less than a year, she had already begun to make plans to leave the house she...
Residence Frances Trollope
FT was close to her two sons: she had nursed Anthony through a year-long illness, and she and Thomas Adolphus were close friends and companions, so her decision to live with the latter made sense...
Wealth and Poverty Frances Trollope
Facing destitution, and perhaps feeling unsure of her husband's ability to support the family, FT decided to take her two daughters, Cecilia and Emily , sixteen-year-old Henry , Auguste Hervieu , two servants, and most...

Timeline

By 29 August 1846
Cecilia Tilley (a daughter of Frances Trollope , who died two years later, at thirty-one, of tuberculosis) published Chollerton: a tale of our times, as by a Lady.