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<title>Digital Dinah Craik Site Index</title>
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<authority>University of Calgary, Calgary, AB. May 2016.</authority>
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<licence target="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/"><p>The Creative
Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA
4.0) License applies to this document.</p>
<p>The license was added on <date when="2016-05-25">25 May
2016.</date></p></licence>
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<p>This prosopography, placeography, orgography, and bibliography has been populated
from the letters of Dinah Craik. Information about each person comes from Craik's
correspondence, the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, or other documented
sources.</p>
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<p>Our aim in this edition has been to transcribe the content of Dinah Craik's letters
as accurately as possible without reproducing the physical appearance of the
manuscript. We have not transcribed or encoded notes written on the letters by
archivists, cataloguers, or other library staff.</p>
<p>Craik’s spelling, punctuation, underlining, abbreviations, additions and deletions
are retained. We have silently emended the long s, superscripted abbreviations, the
nineteenth-century shorthands for would, could, should, and which, and words which
are hyphenated at the end of a line. Where Craik uses a non-standard spelling, we
have encoded both her spelling and the standard Oxford English Dictionary spelling to
facilitate searching.</p>
<p>This digital edition adopts the @when-custom attribute for encoding partial dates in
Dinah Craik's letters. This customization is almost identical to the TEI's
att.datable.w3c attribute, with the exception of its cyclical implications. In this
edition, the attribute @when-custom="--MM-DD" signifies "some DD of MM" instead of
"every DD of MM." This customization allows our editors to encode dates where Craik
wrote the exact month and day but not the year.</p>
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<forename>Karen</forename>
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<occupation>Project Director</occupation>
<affiliation>University of Calgary</affiliation>
<note type="bio">Karen Bourrier is an assistant professor at the University of
Calgary. Her interests include Victorian studies, disability studies, and the
digital humanities.</note>
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<surname>Parker</surname>
<forename>Janice</forename>
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<occupation from="2015-01">Editor</occupation>
<affiliation>University of Calgary</affiliation>
<note type="bio">Janice Parker is a PhD student at the University of
Calgary.</note>
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<surname>Fukushima</surname>
<forename>Kailey</forename>
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<occupation from="2017-08">Editor</occupation>
<occupation from="2016-05" to="2017-08">Project Manager</occupation>
<occupation from="2015-05" to="2016-05">Editor</occupation>
<affiliation>University of Calgary</affiliation>
<note type="bio">Kailey Fukushima is a Master's Student at the University of
Victoria. She holds a BA (Hons) in English from the University of
Calgary.</note>
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<surname>Anderson</surname>
<forename>Hannah</forename>
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<occupation from="2017-01">Editor</occupation>
<affiliation>University of Calgary</affiliation>
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<surname>Hurrell</surname>
<forename>Christie</forename>
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<occupation from="2017-06">Editor</occupation>
<affiliation>University of Calgary</affiliation>
<note type="bio">Christie Hurrell is the Digital Initiatives and Scholarly
Communication Librarian at the University of Calgary.</note>
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<surname>Bennett</surname>
<forename>Alyson</forename>
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<occupation from="2017-07">Editor</occupation>
<affiliation>University of Calgary</affiliation>
<note type="bio">Alyson Bennett is a genealogist contributing to the
identification of historical people referenced in Craik's letters.</note>
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<surname>Hingston</surname>
<forename>Kylee-Anne</forename>
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<occupation>Editor</occupation>
<affiliation>St. Thomas More College</affiliation>
<affiliation>University of Saskatchewan</affiliation>
<note type="bio">Kylee-Anne Hingston is a term lecturer in the English Department
at St. Thomas More College in Saskatoon</note>
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<surname>Ehnes</surname>
<forename>Caley</forename>
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<occupation>Editor</occupation>
<affiliation>College of the Rockies</affiliation>
<note type="bio">Caley Ehnes is a member of the Faculty of English at the College
of the Rockies.</note>
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<surname>Jacobi</surname>
<forename>Kelsey</forename>
<roleName>Editor</roleName>
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<occupation from="2017-01" to="2017-04">Editor</occupation>
<affiliation>University of Calgary</affiliation>
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<surname>Givogue Stevenson</surname>
<forename>Lecia</forename>
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<affiliation>University of Calgary</affiliation>
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<forename>Aaron</forename>
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<occupation from="2015-01" to="2015-04">Editor</occupation>
<affiliation>University of Calgary</affiliation>
<note type="bio">Aaron Ellsworth is an MA student at the University of Calgary.
His research interests include comics, semiology, and narratology.</note>
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<surname>Carter</surname>
<forename>Jaclyn</forename>
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<occupation from="2015-01" to="2015-04">Editor</occupation>
<affiliation>University of Calgary</affiliation>
<note type="bio">Jaclyn Carter is a PhD candidate at the University of Calgary.
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<surname>Cunningham</surname>
<forename>Sidney</forename>
</persName>
<occupation from="2015-01" to="2015-04">Editor</occupation>
<affiliation>University of Calgary</affiliation>
<note type="bio">Sidney Cunningham is an MA student at the University of Calgary.
His specialization is in contemporary transgender literature, as well as early
modern literature.</note>
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<surname>Aleman</surname>
<forename>Keila Karinne</forename>
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<occupation from="2015-01" to="2015-04">Editor</occupation>
<affiliation>University of Calgary</affiliation>
<note type="bio">Keila Karinne Aleman is a PhD candidate and teaching assistant at
the University of Calgary. Her research is on gender in popular culture,
comics, and manga.</note>
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<persName>
<surname>Ruddy</surname>
<forename>Pippa</forename>
</persName>
<occupation from="2015-01" to="2015-04">Editor</occupation>
<affiliation>University of Calgary</affiliation>
<note type="bio">Pippa Ruddy is a Master's student at the University of Calgary.
Her interests include affect theory, performance/performativity studies, and
intersectional feminism.</note>
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<persName>
<surname>Rahman</surname>
<forename>Zainub</forename>
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<occupation from="2015-01" to="2015-04">Editor</occupation>
<affiliation>University of Calgary</affiliation>
<note type="bio">Rahman Zainub is an MA student at the University of
Calgary.</note>
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<persName>
<surname>Fox</surname>
<forename>Kerry-Leigh</forename>
</persName>
<occupation from="2015-01" to="2015-04">Editor</occupation>
<affiliation>University of Calgary</affiliation>
<note type="bio">Kerry-Leigh Fox is an MA student at the University of Calgary.
Her interests include Victorian literature, Vernon Lee, queer studies, gender
studies, and creative writing.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BestWill">
<persName>
<surname>Best</surname>
<forename>Will</forename>
</persName>
<occupation from="2015-01" to="2015-04">Editor</occupation>
<affiliation>University of Calgary</affiliation>
</person>
<person xml:id="KentSarah">
<persName>
<surname>Kent</surname>
<forename>Sarah</forename>
</persName>
<occupation from="2015-01" to="2015-04">Editor</occupation>
<affiliation>University of Calgary</affiliation>
</person>
<person xml:id="WyattBronwyn">
<persName>
<surname>Wyatt</surname>
<forename>Bronwyn</forename>
</persName>
<occupation from="2017-03" to="2017-04">Contributor</occupation>
<note resp="#FukushimaKailey">Bronwyn Wyatt is Kylee-Anne Hingston's sister. She
helped transcribe one of Dinah Craik's letters in April 2017.</note>
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<listPerson>
<person xml:id="Christopher" sex="M">
<persName>Christopher</persName>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Christopher was one of Dinah's cats from
her time at <placeName ref="#Wildwood">Wildwood.</placeName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Blackie" sex="U">
<persName>Blackie</persName>
<note type="bio"><persName>Blackie</persName> was the Craiks' cat at the
<placeName ref="#CornerHouse">Corner House.</placeName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Pixie" sex="U">
<persName>Pixie</persName>
<note type="bio"><persName>Pixie</persName> was the Craiks' horse at the
<placeName ref="#CornerHouse">Corner House.</placeName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Songbird" sex="U">
<persName>Songbird</persName>
<note type="bio"><persName>Songbird</persName> was a horse of <persName ref="#DMC"
>Dinah Craik</persName>'s at the <placeName ref="#CornerHouse">Corner
House.</placeName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Nell" sex="M">
<persName>Nell</persName>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey"><persName>Nell</persName> was <persName
ref="#MulockTom">Thomas Mulock</persName> Jr.'s beloved horse.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Ophelia" sex="F">
<persName>Ophelia</persName>
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah"><persName>Ophelia</persName> was one of
<persName ref="#DMC">Dinah</persName>'s chickens at <placeName
ref="#LynoverCottage">Lynover Cottage.</placeName> She was a Cochin hen
given to <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah</persName> as a present.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Hamlet" sex="M">
<persName>Hamlet</persName>
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah"><persName>Hamlet</persName> was one of
<persName ref="#DMC">Dinah</persName>'s chickens at <placeName
ref="#LynoverCottage">Lynover Cottage.</placeName> He was a Cochin chicken
given to given to <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah</persName> as a present, and was
the male companion to <persName ref="#Ophelia">Ophelia.</persName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Lotus" sex="U">
<persName><forename>Lotus</forename></persName>
<note resp="#FukushimaKailey"><persName>Lotus</persName> was one of <persName
ref="#DMC">Dinah</persName>'s cats at <placeName ref="#Wildwood"
>Wildwood.</placeName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Kate" sex="F">
<persName>Kate</persName>
<note resp="#AndersonHannah"><persName>Kate</persName> was one of <persName
ref="#DMC">Dinah's</persName> carriage horses.</note>
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<head>Historical People</head>
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<person xml:id="DMC" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Craik</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Mulock</surname>
<forename>Dinah</forename>
<forename>Maria</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1826"/>
<death when="1887"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<residence from="1832" to="1840">
<placeName>2 Mount Pleasant Court</placeName></residence>
<residence from="1840" to="1842">
<placeName>14 Earl's Court Terrace</placeName></residence>
<residence from="1842" to="1845">
<placeName>8 Southampton Row</placeName></residence>
<residence when="1845-05">
<placeName ref="#MabledonPlace">4 Mabledon Place</placeName></residence>
<!--KF: Dinah received letters at 4 Mabledon Place in 1845. She seems to have moved here after her mother's death
in October 1845. It is unclear when she moved from this address.-->
<residence notAfter="1849">
<placeName ref="#BrecknockStreet">26 Brecknock Street</placeName></residence>
<!--KF: Dinah wrote letters from 26 Brecknock Street in 1848 and 1849. It is unclear when she moved to this address.-->
<residence from="1850" to="1853-04">
<placeName ref="#CamdenStreet">18 Camden Street West</placeName></residence>
<residence from="1853-04" to="1855">
<placeName ref="#TorrianoAvenue">Torriano Avenue</placeName></residence>
<residence from="1855" to="1857">
<placeName ref="#LynoverCottage">Lynover Cottage</placeName></residence>
<residence from="1857" to="1858">
<placeName ref="#BootlecumLinacre">Linacre</placeName></residence>
<residence notBefore="1858-12" notAfter="1859-02-26">
<placeName ref="#UpperTerraceCottage">Upper Terrace
Cottage</placeName></residence>
<residence from="1859-02-26" to="1863">
<placeName ref="#Wildwood">Wildwood</placeName></residence>
<residence from="1863" to="1865">
<placeName ref="#WemyssBay">Wemyss Bay</placeName></residence>
<residence from="1865" to="1866">
<placeName ref="#UpperTooting">Upper Tooting</placeName></residence>
<residence type="primary" from="1866" to="1887">
<placeName ref="#CornerHouse">The Corner House</placeName></residence>
<residence type="secondary" from="1878" to="1887">
<placeName ref="#HubertTerrace">9 Hubert Terrace</placeName></residence>
</person>
<person xml:id="ScottWalter" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Scott</surname>
<forename>Walter</forename>
</persName>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
</person>
<person xml:id="AldenHenry" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Alden</surname>
<forename>Henry</forename>
</persName>
<note type="bio">Henry Alden was an editor at <title corresp="#HarpersMagazine"
>Harper's magazine.</title></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="PhayreJohn" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Phayre</surname>
<forename>John</forename>
</persName>
<note type="bio">John Phayre was a clerk at <title corresp="#Harpers"
>Harper's.</title> See
https://archive.org/stream/houseofharpercen00harp/houseofharpercen00harp_djvu.txt</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="CairdMrsEdward" sex="F">
<persName><surname type="married">Caird</surname>
</persName>
<note type="bio">Mrs. Edward Caird was married to the Master of Balliol, Dr.
Caird. See
http://archive.spectator.co.uk/article/3rd-june-1916/15/the-late-mrs-edward-caird
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="OsgoodJames" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Osgood</surname>
<forename>James</forename>
<forename>Ripleh</forename>
</persName>
<note type="bio">James Ripley Osgood was the editor of the Atlantic and possibly
Our Young Folks.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="LowSampson" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Low</surname>
<forename>Sampson</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1797"/>
<death when="1886"/>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">Sampson Low was the London literary agent
and correspondent for the American publisher <orgName ref="#Harpers"
>Harper's.</orgName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MulockTom" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Mulock</surname>
<forename>Thomas</forename>
<forename>Mellard</forename>
<addName>Tom</addName>
<genName>Jr.</genName>
</persName>
<birth when="1827-11-18"/>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">Tom Mulock was Dinah's younger
brother.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MulockThomas" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Mulock</surname>
<forename>Thomas</forename>
<forename>Samuel</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1789"/>
<death when="1869-08-11"/>
<nationality>Anglo-Irish</nationality>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<occupation>Clergyman</occupation>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">Thomas Mulock was Dinah's father.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MulockDinah" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Mulock</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Mellard</surname>
<forename>Dinah</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1794-04-23"/>
<death when="1845-10-03"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Dinah (Mellard) Mulock was Dinah (Mulock)
Craik's mother</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MulockBen" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Mulock</surname>
<forename>Benjamin</forename>
<forename>Robert</forename>
<addName>Ben</addName>
</persName>
<birth when="1829-06-18"/>
<death when="1863"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<occupation>Engineer</occupation>
<occupation>Artist</occupation>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">Ben Mulock was Dinah's youngest
brother.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MulockJane" sex="F">
<persName><surname>Mulock</surname>
<forename>Jane</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1801"/>
<death when="1879-12-25"/>
<nationality>Anglo-Irish</nationality>
<occupation>Gentlewoman</occupation>
<residence><placeName ref="#NorfolkBuildings">15 Norfolk
Buildings</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Jane Mulock was one of Dinah's paternal
aunts who lived in <placeName ref="#Bath">Bath.</placeName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MulockEmily" sex="F">
<persName><forename>Emily</forename>
<surname>Mulock</surname></persName>
<birth when="1801"/>
<death when="1885-06-02"/>
<nationality>Anglo-Irish</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#NorfolkBuildings">15 Norfolk
Buildings</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Emily Mulock was one of Dinah's paternal
aunts who lived in <placeName ref="#Bath">Bath.</placeName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MulockEliza" sex="F">
<persName><surname>Mulock</surname>
<forename>Elizabeth</forename>
<addName>Eliza</addName></persName>
<birth when="1787"/>
<death when="1866-09-07"/>
<nationality>Anglo-Irish</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#NorfolkBuildings">15 Norfolk
Buildings</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Eliza Mulock was the eldest of Dinah's
paternal aunts living at <placeName ref="#Bath">Bath.</placeName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MulockFrances" sex="F">
<persName><surname>Mulock</surname>
<forename>Frances</forename>
<addName>Fanny</addName></persName>
<birth when="1807"/>
<death when="1882"/>
<nationality>Anglo-Irish</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#NorfolkBuildings">15 Norfolk
Buildings</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Fanny Mulock was one of Dinah's paternal
aunts living at <placeName ref="#Bath">Bath.</placeName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MulockAnn" sex="F">
<persName><surname>Mulock</surname>
<forename>Ann</forename>
<addName>Anne</addName></persName>
<birth when="1806"/>
<death when="1894-12-01"/>
<nationality>Anglo-Irish</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#NorfolkBuildings">15 Norfolk
Buildings</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Fanny Mulock was one of Dinah's paternal
aunts living at <placeName ref="#Bath">Bath.</placeName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MulockAlicia" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Hoblyn</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Mulock</surname>
<forename>Alicia</forename>
<forename>Bonne</forename></persName>
<birth when="1812"/>
<death when="1896-06-26"/>
<nationality>Anglo-Irish</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#NorfolkBuildings">15 Norfolk
Buildings</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Alicia Mulock was one of Dinah's paternal
aunts who lived in <placeName ref="#Bath">Bath.</placeName> She married
<persName ref="#HoblynFrancis">Francis Parker Hoblyn</persName>, a surgeon,
in <date when="1864">1864</date>.</note>
<!-- JP: source for date of death: probate -->
</person>
<person xml:id="ReadeMary" sex="F">
<persName><surname type="married">Reade</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Mellard</surname>
<forename>Mary</forename></persName>
<birth when="1790-07-06"/>
<death when="1866"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Mary Reade was Dinah's maternal aunt.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="HallSamuelCarter" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Hall</surname>
<forename>Samuel</forename>
<forename>Carter</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1800"/>
<death when="1889"/>
<occupation>Editor</occupation>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Samuel Carter Hall was the editor of
<title>New Monthly Magazine</title> and the <title ref="#ArtJournal">Art
Journal.</title> He married <persName ref="#AnnaMariaHall">Anna Maria
Fielding</persName> in <date when="1824">1824.</date></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="HallAnnaMaria" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Hall</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Fielding</surname>
<forename>Anna</forename>
<forename>Maria</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1800"/>
<death when="1881"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>Irish</nationality>
<affiliation from="1852" to="1853" role="editor"><title>Sharpe's London
Magazine</title></affiliation>
<affiliation from="1861" to="1868" role="editor"><title>St James's
Magazine</title></affiliation>
<residence><placeName>The Rosery, Old Brompton</placeName></residence>
<event type="marriage" when="1824">
<label>Marriage</label>
<desc><persName ref="#AnnaMariaHall">Anna Maria Fielding</persName> married
<persName ref="#SamuelCarterHall">Samuel Carter Hall</persName>.</desc>
</event>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Anna Maria Hall was an Irish-born writer
and editor. She lived in England with her husband <persName
ref="#HallSamuelCarter">Samuel Carter Hall.</persName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MiersAnnie" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Miers</surname>
<forename>Anne</forename>
<forename>Mary</forename>
<addName>Annie</addName>
</persName>
<birth when="1828"/>
<death when="1898"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<occupation>Gentlewoman</occupation>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Annie Miers was a close friend of Dinah's
who attended her wedding to <persName ref="#CraikGeorge">George</persName> and
who, along with <persName ref="#WolleyEmily">Emily Wolley</persName>, was one
of the two executors of Dinah's estate.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MiersEllen" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="maiden">Miers</surname>
<surname type="married">MacGregor</surname>
<forename>Ellen</forename>
<forename>Emily</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1858"/>
<death when="1951"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<nationality>Brazilian</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Ellen, an English subject born in Brazil,
was the niece of <persName ref="#MiersAnnie">Annie Miers</persName> and a young
friend of Dinah's. Dinah attended her wedding to Archibald Grey MacGregor on
<date when="1887">24 September 1887</date>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MiersEdward" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Miers</surname>
<forename>Edward</forename>
<forename>John</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1851"/>
<death when="1930"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<nationality>Brazilian</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="EdenCottage">Eden Cottage</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Edward, an English subject born in Brazil,
was the nephew of Dinah's close friend <persName ref="#MiersAnnie">Annie
Miers</persName>. Edward's father was <persName ref="#MiersFrancis">Francis
Miers</persName>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MiersHarry" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Miers</surname>
<forename>Henry</forename>
<forename>Alexander</forename>
<addName>Harry</addName>
</persName>
<birth when="1858"/>
<death when="1942"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<nationality>Brazilian</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="EdenCottage">Eden Cottage</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Harry, an English subject born in Brazil,
was the nephew of Dinah's close friend <persName ref="#MiersAnnie">Annie
Miers</persName>. Harry's father was <persName ref="#MiersFrancis">Francis
Miers</persName>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MiersFrancis" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Miers</surname>
<forename>Francis</forename>
<addName>Frank</addName>
</persName>
<birth when="1822"/>
<death/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="EdenCottage">Eden Cottage</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">
<!-- KF: I have deleted Janice's note here because it was a word-by-word repeat of "MiersHarry" (must have been a mistake!) The persName and the birth and death dates are also the same as the "MiersHarry" xml:id. I assume this is the Francis Miers who was an engineer and was born in Brazil in 1822 (source: Janice's doc "Miers family notes" in dropbox). -->
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MiersKatie" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="maiden">Miers</surname>
<surname type="married">Fry</surname>
<forename>Catherine</forename>
<forename>Emily</forename>
<addName>Katie</addName>
</persName>
<birth when="1856-05-29"/>
<death when="1933-08-01"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<nationality>Brazilian</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="EdenCottage">Eden Cottage</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Katie, an English subject born in Brazil,
was the niece of Dinah's close friend <persName ref="#MiersAnnie">Annie
Miers</persName>. Katie's father was <persName ref="#MiersFrancis">Francis
Miers</persName>. She married Edward Sydney Fry in Bromley in <date
when="1886">1886</date>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MiersAnnieE" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Miers</surname>
<forename>Annie</forename>
<forename>Esther</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1854"/>
<death when="1942-02-14"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<nationality>Brazilian</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="EdenCottage">Eden Cottage</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Annie, an English subject born in Brazil,
was the niece of Dinah's close friend <persName ref="#MiersAnnie">Annie
Miers</persName>. Annie's father was <persName ref="#MiersFrancis">Francis
Miers</persName>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MiersJulia" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Miers</surname>
<forename>Julia</forename>
<forename>Mary</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1865"/>
<death when="1843-08-20"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="EdenCottage">Eden Cottage</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Julia was the niece of Dinah's close friend
<persName ref="#MiersAnnie">Annie Miers</persName>. Julia's father was
<persName ref="#MiersFrancis">Francis Miers</persName>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="JenningsFelicia" sex="F">
<persName><surname>Jennings</surname>
<forename>Felicia</forename>
<forename>Hanmer</forename></persName>
<birth when="1832-08-30"/>
<death when="1911-10-09"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Felicia Jennings was a friend <persName
ref="#MiersAnnie">Annie Miers</persName> and companion to Annie's brother
<persName ref="#MiersFrancis">Francis's</persName> mother-in-law for many
years after she was widowed.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MarstonWestland" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Marston</surname>
<forename>John</forename>
<forename>Westland</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1819"/>
<death when="1890"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<residence when="1850"><placeName ref="#RochesterRoad"
>RochesterRoad</placeName></residence>
<residence><placeName ref="#CamdenParkRoad">1 Camden Park
Road</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">Westland Marston was a playwright. Dinah
was very close to their entire family throughout the 1850s and beyond, often
spending Christmas with them. Ben may have been engaged to one of the
girls.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MarstonEleanor" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Marston</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Potts</surname>
<forename>Eleanor</forename>
<forename>Jane</forename>
</persName>
<!--<birth when="1807/8">-->
<death when="1870"/>
<occupation/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Eleanor Marston was married to <persName
ref="#MarstonWestland">Westland Marston.</persName> ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MarstonPhilipBourke" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Marston</surname>
<forename>Philip</forename>
<forename>Bourke</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1850-08-13"/>
<death when="1887-02-14"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Philip Marston was the third child of
Dinah's close friends <persName ref="#MarstonWestland">John Westland
Marston</persName> and <persName ref="MarstonEleanor">Eleanor
Marston</persName>. Dinah Craik was his godmother. ODNB.<lb/>
</note>
</person>
<person/>
<person xml:id="GaskellElizabeth" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Gaskell</surname>
<forename>Elizabeth</forename>
</persName>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">Elizabeth Gaskell was a novelist and
acquaintance of Dinah Craik's.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MissWilkinson" sex="F">
<persName><surname>Wilkinson</surname>
<forename>Sarah</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1820-01-25"/>
<death when="1887-08-03"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Miss Wilkinson was a wealthy friend of the
Craiks who lived nearby in <placeName ref="#Shortlands">Shortlands</placeName>
with her stockbroker brother Conrad and several servants. When Dorothy was
found, Miss Wilkinson and Dinah rushed to help the abandoned baby. After Dinah
and George adopted Dorothy, Miss Wilkinson became her godmother.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="DobellSydney" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Dobell</surname>
<forename>Sydney</forename>
<forename>Thompson</forename>
<addName>Sydney Yendys</addName>
</persName>
<birth when="1824-04-05"/>
<death when="1874-08-22"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<affiliation>Spasmodic Poets</affiliation>
<residence type="primary"><placeName ref="#Detmore">Detmore
House</placeName></residence>
<residence type="secondary" from="1858"><placeName ref="#CleeveTower">Cleeve
Tower</placeName></residence>
</person>
<person xml:id="DobellEmilyFordham" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Dobell</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Fordham</surname>
<forename>Emily</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1822-09-07"/>
<death when="1908-06"/>
<occupation>Gentlewoman</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<residence type="primary"><placeName ref="#Detmore">Detmore
House</placeName></residence>
<residence type="secondary" from="1858"><placeName ref="#CleeveTower">Cleeve
Tower</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey"><persName>Emily</persName> was the wife
of <persName ref="#DobellSydney">Sydney Thompson Dobell.</persName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="DobellClarence" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Dobell</surname>
<forename>Clarence</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1836"/>
<death when="1917"/>
<occupation>Artist</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#Detmore">Detmore House</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Clarence Dobell and his wife <persName
ref="#DobellEmily">Emily</persName> were close friends of Dinah's. Clarence
illustrated Dinah's <date when="1860">1860</date> collection <title
ref="#OurYear">Our Year</title> and painted a portrait of Dinah.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="DobellEmily" sex="F">
<persName><surname type="married">Dobell</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Duffield</surname>
<forename>Emily</forename>
<forename>Ann</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1847"/>
<death when="1921"/>
<occupation>Gentlewoman</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#Detmore">Detmore House</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Emily was the wife of <persName
ref="#DobellClarence">Clarence Dobell</persName>. Her sister married
<persName ref="#CraikHenry">Henry Craik.</persName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="DobellWalter" sex="M">
<persName><forename>Walter</forename>
<surname>Dobell</surname>
</persName>
<residence><placeName ref="#Detmore">Detmore House</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Walter Dobell was the son of <persName
ref="#DobellClarence">Clarence</persName> and <persName ref="#DobellEmily"
>Emily Dobell</persName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="DobellEva" sex="F">
<persName><surname>Dobell</surname>
<forename>Eveline</forename>
<forename>Jessie</forename>
<addName>Eva</addName>
</persName>
<birth when="1876-01-30"/>
<death when="1963-09-03"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#Detmore">Detmore House</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Eva was the young daughter of Dinah's good
friends <persName ref="#DobellClarence">Clarence</persName> and <persName
ref="#DobellEmily">Emily</persName> Dobell and the niece of poet <persName
ref="#DobellSydney">Sydney Dobell.</persName> Eva also became a poet and is
known for her WWI poetry.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="RiviereBriton" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Riviere</surname>
<forename>Briton</forename>
</persName>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<occupation>Artist</occupation>
<affiliation>Oxford University</affiliation>
<affiliation>Royal Academy</affiliation>
<affiliation>Good Words</affiliation>
<event type="marriage" when="1867-08-06">
<label>Marriage</label>
<desc><persName ref="#MaryDobell">Mary Alice Dobell</persName> married
<persName ref="#BritonRiviere">Briton Riviere</persName>.</desc>
</event>
</person>
<person xml:id="DobellMary" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="maiden">Dobell</surname>
<surname type="married">Riviere</surname>
<forename>Mary</forename>
<forename>Alice</forename>
</persName>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#Detmore">Detmore House</placeName></residence>
<event type="marriage" when="1867-08-06">
<label>Marriage</label>
<desc><persName ref="#MaryDobell">Mary Alice Dobell</persName> married
<persName ref="#BritonRiviere">Briton Riviere</persName>.</desc>
</event>
</person>
<person xml:id="JollyEllen" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Jolly</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Dobell</surname>
<forename>Ellen</forename>
</persName>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#Detmore">Detmore House</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey"><persName>Ellen (née Dobell)
Jolly</persName> was a friend of <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah</persName>'s and
a member of <orgName ref="#Dobell">the Dobell family</orgName>. She was married
to <persName ref="#JollyWilliam">William Jolly</persName> of <placeName
ref="#Bath">Bath</placeName>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="JollyWilliam" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Jolly</surname>
<forename>William</forename>
<forename>Cracknell</forename>
</persName>
</person>
<person xml:id="DobellNora" sex="F">
<persName><surname>Dobell</surname>
<forename>Nora</forename></persName>
</person>
<person xml:id="DobellJohn" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Dobell</surname>
<forename>John</forename></persName>
</person>
<person xml:id="DobellJulietta" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Dobell</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Thompson</surname>
<forename>Julietta</forename>
</persName>
<residence><placeName ref="#Detmore">Detmore House</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Julietta Dobell was the matriarch of
<orgName ref="#Dobell">the Dobell clan</orgName>. Ursula March in Craik's
novel <title ref="#JohnHalifaxGentleman">John Halifax, Gentleman</title> may
have been based on her.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="DrysdaleLady" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Drysdale</surname>
<surname type="married">Copeland
<!-- surname of first (deceased) husband --></surname>
<surname type="maiden">Pew</surname>
<forename>Elizabeth</forename>
<roleName>Lady</roleName>
</persName>
<birth when="1787"/>
<death when="1887"/>
<occupation>Gentlewoman</occupation>
<affiliation>Moor Park</affiliation>
<note type="bio">J. Miriam Benn, "Drysdale George (1824-1904)," ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="LaneMary" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Lane</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Drysdale</surname>
<forename>Mary</forename>
<forename>Margaret</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1823"/>
<death when="1891"/>
</person>
<person xml:id="LaneEdward" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Lane</surname>
<forename>Edward</forename>
<forename>Wickstead</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1822"/>
<death when="1891"/>
<occupation>Doctor</occupation>
<affiliation>Moor Park</affiliation>
</person>
<person xml:id="DrysdaleCharles" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Drysdale</surname>
<forename>Charles</forename>
<forename>Robert</forename>
</persName>
<birth notBefore="1828" notAfter="1829"/>
<death when="1907"/>
<occupation>Doctor</occupation>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<affiliation>Trinity College, Cambridge</affiliation>
<affiliation>University College, London</affiliation>
<affiliation>University of St Andrews</affiliation>
</person>
<person xml:id="DrysdaleGeorge" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Drysdale</surname>
<forename>George</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1824"/>
<death when="1904"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<occupation>Doctor</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<affiliation>Glasgow University</affiliation>
<affiliation>Moor Park</affiliation>
</person>
<person xml:id="MacreadyWilliamCharles" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Macready</surname>
<forename>William</forename>
<forename>Charles</forename>
</persName>
<birth/>
<death/>
<occupation/>
<nationality/>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">Dinah knew Macready in her youth from her
time in London. According to Aleyn Lyell Reade her father got into a huge fight
with Macready.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="HolmanHunt" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Hunt</surname>
<forename>Holman</forename>
<forename>William</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1827"/>
<death when="1910"/>
<occupation>Artist</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<affiliation ref="#PRB">Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood</affiliation>
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah"><persName>William Holman Hunt</persName>
was a member of the <orgName ref="#RoyalAcademy">Royal Academy</orgName> and
<orgName ref="#PRB">the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood</orgName>. He was
well-known for his painting of <persName ref="#TennysonAlfred"
>Tennyson's</persName> The Lady of Shallot (<date when="1888">1888</date>.
<persName>Hunt</persName> attended the <orgName ref="#RoyalAcademy">Royal
Academy</orgName> with <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah's</persName> younger
brother <persName ref="#MulcokTom">Tom Mulock</persName>. <lb/>ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="WaughFanny" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="maiden">Waugh</surname>
<forename type="married">Hunt</forename>
<addName>Fanny</addName>
</persName>
<birth/>
<death/>
<occupation/>
<nationality/>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">Fanny (Waugh) Hunt was William Holman
Hunt's first wife. <!-- KB: not sure if Craik knew her well. -->
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="WaughEdith" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="maiden">Waugh</surname>
<surname type="married">Hunt</surname>
<forename>Edith</forename>
</persName>
<birth/>
<death/>
<occupation/>
<nationality/>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">Edith Waugh was William Holman Hunt's
second wife and the sister of his first wife Fanny Waugh. Dinah Craik
chaperoned her to Switzerland for her marriage to Holman Hunt in <date
when="1875">1875</date> when the Deceased Wife's Sister Act made such a
marriage illegal.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="HuntGladysHolman" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Hunt</surname>
<forename>Gladys</forename>
<forename>Millais</forename>
<forename>Mulock</forename>
<forename>Holman</forename>
</persName>
<birth/>
<death/>
<occupation/>
<nationality/>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">Dinah's goddaughter and the first child of
<persName ref="#EdithWaugh">Edith Waugh</persName> and <persName
ref="#HolmanHunt">Holman Hunt</persName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BlackettHenry" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Blackett</surname>
<forename>Henry</forename></persName>
<birth when="1825"/>
<death when="1871"/>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<affiliation><orgName ref="#HurstBlackett">Hurst and
Blackett</orgName></affiliation>
</person>
<person xml:id="BrightJohn" sex="M">
<persName><forename>John</forename>
<surname>Bright</surname></persName>
<birth when="1811"/>
<death when="1889"/>
<occupation>Politician</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
</person>
<person xml:id="GladstoneWilliam" sex="M">
<persName><forename>William</forename>
<forename>Ewart</forename>
<surname>Gladstone</surname>
</persName>
<birth when="1809"/>
<death when="1898"/>
<occupation>Politician</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
</person>
<person xml:id="BensonEdward" sex="M">
<persName><forename>Edward</forename>
<forename>White</forename>
<surname>Benson</surname>
<roleName>Archbishop</roleName>
</persName>
<birth when="1829"/>
<death when="1896"/>
<occupation from="1883" to="1896">Archbishop of Canterbury</occupation>
<occupation>Clergyman</occupation>
</person>
<person xml:id="TempleFrederick" sex="M">
<persName>
<forename>Frederick</forename>
<surname>Temple</surname>
<roleName>Archbishop</roleName>
</persName>
<birth when="1821"/>
<death when="1902"/>
<occupation from="1897" to="1902">Archbishop of Canterbury</occupation>
<occupation>Clergyman</occupation>
</person>
<person xml:id="MacmillanAlexander" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Macmillan</surname>
<forename>Alexander</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1818-10-03"/>
<death when="1896-01-26"/>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<residence from="1843" to="1846"><placeName ref="#TrinityStreet">17 Trinity
Street</placeName></residence>
<residence from="1846" to="1855"><placeName ref="#TrinityStreet">1 Trinity
Street</placeName></residence>
<residence from="1855" to="1857"><placeName ref="#RegentStreet">29 Regent
Street</placeName></residence>
<residence from="1857" to="1863"><placeName ref="#TrinityStreet">1 Trinity
Street</placeName></residence>
<residence from="1863" to="1896"><placeName ref="#UpperTooting"
>Knapdale</placeName></residence>
<affiliation ref="#Macmillan">Macmillan</affiliation>
<note resp="#AndersonHannah">Alexander Macmillan was the younger of the Macmillan
brothers.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MacmillanDaniel" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Macmillan</surname>
<forename>Daniel</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1813-09-13"/>
<death when="1857-06-26"/>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<residence from="1843" to="1846"><placeName ref="#TrinityStreet">17 Trinity
Street</placeName></residence>
<residence from="1846" to="1850"><placeName ref="#TrinityStreet">1 Trinity
Street</placeName></residence>
<residence from="1850" to="1855"><placeName ref="#RegentStreet">29 Regent
Street</placeName></residence>
<residence from="1855" to="1857"><placeName ref="#TrinityStreet">1 Trinity
Street</placeName></residence>
<affiliation ref="#Macmillan">Macmillan</affiliation>
<note resp="#AndersonHannah">Daniel Macmillan was the elder of the Macmillan
brothers, who established a small bookshop and publishing house at <placeName
ref="CraikSiteIndex.xml#Aldersgate">57 Aldersgate Street</placeName>in <date
when="1842">1842</date>. He died of tuberculosis, leaving the company and
his family to his brother <persName ref="#MacmillanAlexander"
>Alexander.</persName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="GuizotFrancois" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Guizot</surname>
<forename>François</forename></persName>
<birth when="1787"/>
<death when="1874"/>
<occupation>Politician</occupation>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>French</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Dinah translated works by François Guizot
and his daughter <persName ref="#DeWittHenrietteGuizot">Henriette Guizot de
Witt.</persName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="DeWittHenriette" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="maiden">Guizot</surname>
<surname type="married"><nameLink>de</nameLink> Witt</surname>
<forename>Henriette</forename></persName>
<birth when="1829"/>
<death when="1908"/>
<occupation>Author</occupation>
<nationality>French</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Dinah translated works by Henriette
Guizot de Witt and her father <persName ref="#GuizotFrançois">François
Guizot.</persName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="DoreGustave" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Dore</surname><forename>Gustave</forename></persName>
<birth> </birth>
<death/>
<occupation>Artist</occupation>
</person>
<person xml:id="ShawRichardNorman" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Shaw</surname>
<forename>Richard</forename>
<forename>Norman</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1831"/>
<death when="1912"/>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<occupation>Architect</occupation>
<affiliation ref="#RoyalAcademy">Royal Academy</affiliation>
</person>
<person xml:id="ChapmanFrederic" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Chapman</surname>
<forename>Frederic</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1823"/>
<death when="1895"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
</person>
<person xml:id="ChapmanClara" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Chapman</surname>
<forename>Clara</forename>
</persName>
<death when="1866"/>
</person>
<person xml:id="BrowningElizabethBarrett" sex="F">
<persName><surname type="married">Browning</surname><surname type="maiden"
>Barrett</surname><forename>Elizabeth</forename></persName>
<birth when="1806"/>
<death when="1861"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
</person>
<person xml:id="BrowningRobert" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Browning</surname><forename>Robert</forename></persName>
<birth when="1812"/>
<death when="1889"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
</person>
<person xml:id="BulwerLyttonEdward">
<persName><surname>Bulwer</surname>
<forename>Edward</forename>
<forename>Lytton</forename></persName>
<birth when="1803"/>
<death when="1873"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<occupation>Politician</occupation>
</person>
<person xml:id="HerfordLaura" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Herford</surname>
<forename>Anne</forename>
<forename>Laura</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1831-10-16"/>
<death when="1870-10-28"/>
<occupation>Artist</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<residence from="1861" to="1869"><placeName ref="#ClockHouse">The Clock
House</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio">Laura Herford, the first woman to be admitted to the <orgName
ref="#RoyalAcademy">Royal Academy</orgName>, was a close friend of Dinah
Craik's. She was aunt to the illustrator <persName ref="#AllinghamHelen">Helen
Allingham</persName>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="AllinghamHelen" sex="F">
<persName><surname type="married">Allingham</surname><surname type="maiden"
>Paterson</surname><forename>Helen</forename></persName>
<birth when="1848"/>
<death when="1926"/>
<occupation>Artist</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<event type="marriage" when="1874">
<label>Marriage</label>
<desc><persName ref="#AllinghamWilliam">William Allingham</persName> married
<persName ref="#AllinghamHelen">Helen Allingham</persName>.</desc>
</event>
<note type="bio">Artist Helen Allingham illustrated Craik's work. She was niece to
the artist <persName ref="#HerfordLaura">Laura Herford</persName>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="AllinghamWilliam" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Allingham</surname><forename>William</forename></persName>
<birth when="1824"/>
<death when="1889"/>
<occupation>Author</occupation>
<nationality>Irish</nationality>
<event type="marriage" when="1874">
<label>Marriage</label>
<desc><persName ref="#AllinghamWilliam">William Allingham</persName> married
<persName ref="#AllinghamHelen">Helen Allingham</persName>.</desc>
</event>
</person>
<person xml:id="MillaisJohn" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Millais</surname>
<forename>John</forename>
<forename>Everett</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1829"/>
<death when="1896"/>
<occupation>Artist</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<affiliation ref="#PRB">Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood</affiliation>
</person>
<person xml:id="LeightonFrederick" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Leighton</surname>
<forename>Frederick</forename>
<roleName>Sir</roleName>
<roleName>Baron</roleName>
</persName>
<birth when="1830"/>
<death when="1896"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<occupation>Artist</occupation>
<occupation from="1878" to="1896">President of the <orgName ref="#RoyalAcademy"
>Royal Academy</orgName></occupation>
</person>
<person xml:id="MissFanny">
<occupation>Servant</occupation>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">Miss Fanny was a servant in the Craiks'
first household as a married couple, <placeName ref="#UpperTooting">Upper
Tooting</placeName>. See Letter to Miss Rankin in the Parrish Collection,
Princeton.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="PatonJosephNoel">
<persName>
<surname>Paton</surname>
<forename>Joseph</forename>
<forename>Noel</forename>
<roleName>Sir</roleName>
</persName>
<birth when="1821"/>
<death when="1901"/>
<occupation>Artist</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#GeorgeSquare">33 George Square</placeName></residence>
<affiliation>Royal Academy</affiliation>
</person>
<person xml:id="PatonMaggie" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Gourlay</surname>
<surname>Paton</surname>
<forename>Margaret</forename>
<addName>Maggie</addName>
</persName>
<birth/>
<death when="1900"/>
<residence><placeName ref="#GeorgeSquare">33 George Square</placeName></residence>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
</person>
<person xml:id="CraikGeorge" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Craik</surname>
<forename>George</forename>
<forename>Lillie</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1837"/>
<death when="1905"/>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<occupation>Accountant</occupation>
<affiliation>Macmillan</affiliation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<residence notAfter="1865"><placeName ref="#SandyfordPlace">Sandyford
Place</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio"><persName>George Craik</persName> was <persName ref="#DMC"
>Dinah</persName>'s husband.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="CraikHenry" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Craik</surname>
<forename>Henry</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1846"/>
<death when="1927"/>
<occupation>Civil Servant</occupation>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#SandyfordPlace">Sandyford
Place</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Henry Craik was <persName ref="#CraikGeorge"
>George</persName>'s younger brother. He married <persName
ref="#DobellEmily">Emily Dobell (née Duffield)'s sister.</persName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="CraikWilliam" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Craik</surname>
<forename>William</forename></persName>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#SandyfordPlace">Sandyford
Place</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">William Craik was <persName
ref="#CraikGeorge">George</persName>'s younger brother.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="CraikJames" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Craik</surname>
<forename>James</forename>
<roleName>Reverend</roleName>
</persName>
<birth when="1802"/>
<death when="1870"/>
<occupation>Clergyman</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#SandyfordPlace">Sandyford
Place</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio">Reverend James Craik was the father of Dinah's husband <persName
ref="#CraikGeorge">George</persName>. ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="CraikMargaret" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Craik</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Grieve</surname>
<forename>Margaret</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1806"/>
<death when="1883"/>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#SandyfordPlace">Sandyford
Place</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio">Margaret Craik was Dinah's mother-in-law.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="CraikJane" sex="F">
<persName><surname>Craik</surname>
<forename>Jane</forename></persName>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#SandyfordPlace">Sandyford
Place</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Jane Craik was <persName ref="#CraikGeorge"
>George</persName>'s older sister.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="CraikMaggie" sex="F">
<persName><surname>Craik</surname>
<forename>Margaret</forename>
<addName>Maggie</addName></persName>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#SandyfordPlace">Sandyford
Place</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Maggie Craik was <persName
ref="#CraikGeorge">George</persName>'s older sister.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="CraikJanie" sex="F">
<persName><surname>Craik</surname>
<forename>Jane</forename>
<addName>Janie</addName></persName>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Janie Craik was the wife of <persName
ref="#CraikGeorge">George</persName>'s younger brother <persName
ref="#CraikWilliam">William</persName>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="CraikGeorgiana" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Craik</surname>
<forename>Georgiana</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1831"/>
<death when="1895"/>
<occupation>Author</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio">Georgiana Craik was a cousin of Dinah's husband, who Dinah knew
well beforehand. She was born in Brompton, London, but lived in Ireland.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="CraikGeorgeLillieSr" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Craik</surname>
<forename>George</forename>
<forename>Lillie</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1798"/>
<death when="1866"/>
<occupation>Author</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<affiliation>University of St Andrews</affiliation>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">George Lillie Craik was the author of
<title>The New Zealanders</title>, which Dinah read as a child. He was the
father of Georgiana Craik and the uncle of Dinah's husband, also George Lillie
Craik. He took up a post in Ireland.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="CraikDorothy" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Craik</surname>
<surname>Pilkington</surname>
<forename>Dorothy</forename>
</persName>
<birth/>
<death/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Dorothy Craik was Dinah's adopted
daughter.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="PilkingtonAlexander" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Pilkington</surname>
<forename>Alexander</forename>
<forename>John</forename>
<forename>McDonnell</forename></persName>
<birth when="1863-05-17"/>
<death when="1930-01-30"/>
<nationality>Anglo-Irish</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#Tore">Tore</placeName></residence>
<note resp="ParkerJanice">Alexander Pilkington was the first husband of Dinah's
daughter <persName ref="#CraikDorothy">Dorothy</persName>. The pair married in
<date when="1887">1887</date>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="PatonFrederickNoel" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Paton</surname>
<forename>Frederick</forename>
<forename>Noel</forename>
<forename>Waller</forename>
<forename>Ferrier</forename>
<addName>Fred</addName></persName>
<birth when="1861"/>
<death when="1914"/>
<occupation>Artist</occupation>
<occupation>Explorer</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#GeorgeSquare">33 George Square</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Frederick Noel-Paton was the son of the
Craik's good friends the <orgName ref="#Paton">Noel-Patons</orgName>.
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</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="PatonMona" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="maiden">Paton</surname>
<surname type="married">Kidston</surname>
<forename>Mona</forename>
<forename>Margaret</forename>
<forename>Noel</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1860-06-30"/>
<death when="1930-01-02"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#GeorgeSquare">33 George Square</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">Mona Paton was the eldest daughter of Noel
and Margaret Paton. She had a difficult adolescence, and came to stay with the
Craik's every spring for several years.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="KidstonJack" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Kidston</surname>
<forename>John</forename>
<forename>Wallace</forename>
<addName>Jack</addName>
</persName>
<birth when="1851-03-22"/>
<death when="1926-06-20"/>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="BourrierKaren">Jack Kidston was husband to <persName
ref="#PatonMona">Mona Paton</persName>, and Vicar of Hampton Poyle, near
Oxford. Initially the couple was very happy but the marriage struggled when
Mona became a Theosophist, though the two remained married.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="PatonDolly" sex="F">
<persName><surname type="married">Cross</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Paton</surname>
<forename>Caroline</forename>
<forename>Aimile</forename>
<forename>Robertson</forename>
<forename>Noel</forename>
<addName>Dolly</addName></persName>
<birth when="1870"/>
<death when="1947"/>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#GeorgeSquare">33 George Square</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Caroline Aimlie Cross, called Dolly, was the
daughter of the Craiks' good friends the <orgName ref="#Paton"
>Noel-Patons</orgName>.</note>
<!-- source for dates: findagrave.com -->
</person>
<person xml:id="PatonLora" sex="F">
<persName><surname type="maiden">Paton</surname>
<surname type="married">Moncrieff</surname>
<forename>Hamilton</forename>
<forename>Lorane</forename>
<forename>Noel</forename>
<addName>Lora</addName></persName>
<birth when="1868"/>
<death when="1921"/>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#GeorgeSquare">33 George Square</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Lora Paton was the daughter of the Craiks'
good friends the <orgName ref="#Paton">Noel-Patons</orgName>.</note>
<!-- source for dates: findagrave.com -->
</person>
<person xml:id="CockerellOlive" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Cockerell</surname>
<forename>Olive</forename>
<forename>Juliet</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1868-09-13"/>
<death when="1910-07-24"/>
<occupation>Artist</occupation>
<occupation>Author</occupation>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Olive Cockerell lived with the Craiks as a
companion for Dorothy in the 1870s. Her brother was <persName
ref="#CockerellSydney">Sydney Cockerell</persName> and <persName
ref="#HillOctavia">Octavia Hill</persName> was her godmother.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="CockerellSydney" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Cockerell</surname>
<forename>Sydney</forename>
<forename>Carlyle</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1867-07-16"/>
<death when="1962-05-01"/>
<occupation>Curator</occupation>
<affiliation>Fitzwilliam Museum</affiliation>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Sydney Cockerell, a book collector and
museum curator, was a friend of Dinah's. He was brother to <persName
ref="#CockerellOlive">Olive. ODNB.</persName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="CockerellSydneyJohn" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Cockerell</surname>
<forename>Sydney</forename>
<forename>John</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1842"/>
<death when="1877"/>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Sydney John Cockerell was <persName
ref="#CockerellSydney">Sydney Carlyle</persName> and <persName
ref="#CockerellOlive">Olive Cockerell</persName>'s father.<lb/> ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="CockerellAlice" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Cockerell</surname>
<forename>Alice</forename>
<forename>Elizabeth</forename>
</persName>
<death when="1900"/>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Alice Elizabeth Cockerell was <persName
ref="#CockerellSydney">Sydney Carlyle</persName> and <persName
ref="#CockerellOlive">Olive Cockerell</persName>'s mother.<lb/> ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="CockerellCharles">
<persName><surname>Cockerell</surname><forename>Charles</forename></persName>
<birth when="1755"/>
<death when="1837"/>
</person>
<person xml:id="AndersonStewart" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Henderson</surname>
<forename>James</forename>
<forename>Stewart</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1863"/>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Stewart Henderson, misnamed by Dinah in a
letter as "Stewart Anderson," was an acquaintance of Dinah's. Stewart was in a
secret relationship with <persName ref="#MeoCarmela">Carmela
Meo.</persName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BrahamLeonora" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="stage">Braham</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Abraham</surname>
<surname type="married">Barnes</surname>
<forename>Leonora</forename>
<forename>Lucy</forename>
<addName>Lily</addName>
</persName>
<birth when="1853"/>
<death when="1931"/>
<occupation>Actor</occupation>
<occupation>Musician</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">Leonora Braham was a Soprano famous for
several Gilbert and Sullivan roles, mentored by Craik, who tried to get her out
of acting.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BarnesFrederick" sex="M">
<persName/>
<birth/>
<death/>
<occupation>Actor</occupation>
<nationality/>
<note type="bio">Frederick Barnes was the husband of Lily Barnes, who committed
suicide.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MissRankin" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Rankin</surname>
<forename/>
</persName>
<birth/>
<death/>
<occupation/>
<nationality/>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">Miss Rankin was a friend of Dinah's from
Wemyss Bay. A directory lists a Miss Rankin of Rothesay in 1857. </note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MissNair" sex="F">
<persName>Miss W. Nair</persName>
<birth/>
<death/>
<occupation/>
<nationality/>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">Miss Nair appears to be a friend of Dinah's
from Wemyss Bay.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Boyd" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Boyd</surname>
<forename/>
</persName>
<birth/>
<death/>
<occupation/>
<nationality/>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">Boyd ppears to be a friend of Craik's from
Wemyss Bay, and an organist.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="ThomsonAndrew" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Thomson</surname>
<forename>Andrew</forename>
</persName>
<birth/>
<death/>
<occupation>Education</occupation>
<nationality/>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">Andrew Thomson was a professor and friend
of Dinah's from Wemyss Bay.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Davidson" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Davidson</surname>
<forename/>
</persName>
<birth/>
<death/>
<occupation/>
<nationality/>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">Davidson appears to be a friend of Craik's
from Wemyss Bay.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Annie" sex="F">
<persName>
<forename>Annie</forename>
</persName>
<birth/>
<death/>
<occupation/>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">Annie was a domestic servant who followed
the Craiks from <placeName ref="#Glasgow">Glasgow</placeName> to <placeName
ref="#England">England</placeName>, only to be married back in <placeName
ref="#Glasgow">Glasgow</placeName> soon after.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Oxland" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Oxland</surname>
</persName>
<birth/>
<death/>
<occupation>Education</occupation>
<nationality/>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren"><persName ref="#Oxland">Miss
Oxland</persName> was <persName ref="#CraikDorothy">Dorothy</persName> and
<persName ref="#CockerellOlive">Olive's</persName> governess.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Arnold" sex="M">
<persName>
<forename>Arnold</forename>
<surname/>
</persName>
<birth/>
<death/>
<occupation/>
<nationality/>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren"><persName ref="#Arnold">Arnold</persName>,
an acquaintance at <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah's</persName> Mulock Aunt's house
in <placeName ref="#Bath">Bath</placeName>, appears to have been married to
<persName ref="#Gertrude">Gertrude</persName>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Gertrude" sex="F">
<persName>
<forename>Gertrude</forename>
<surname/>
</persName>
<birth/>
<death/>
<occupation/>
<nationality/>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren"><persName ref="#Gertrude"
>Gertrude</persName>, an acquaintance at Craik's Mulock Aunt's house in
<placeName ref="#Bath">Bath</placeName>, appears to be married to <persName
ref="#Arnold">Arnold</persName>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Holland" sex="F">
<persName>
<forename/>
<surname>Holland</surname>
</persName>
<birth/>
<death/>
<occupation/>
<nationality/>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">Holland was an acquaintance of the Craiks,
possibly a neighbour at the <placeName ref="#CornerHouse">Corner
House</placeName>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Smith" sex="M">
<persName>
<forename/>
<surname>Smith</surname>
<roleName>Doctor</roleName>
</persName>
<birth/>
<death/>
<occupation/>
<nationality/>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">Smith was an acquaintance of the Craiks,
possibly a neighbour at the <placeName ref="#CornerHouse">Corner
House</placeName>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BewleyNed" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Bewley</surname>
<forename>Edward</forename>
<forename>Dawson</forename>
<addName>Ned</addName></persName>
<birth when="1868-07-09"/>
<death when="1927-01-12"/>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Ned Bewley was a young acquaintance of the
<orgName ref="#Craik">Craiks</orgName>. He was a distant relative of Dinah's
and the son of Sir Edmund Thomas Bewley (1807–1908), who wrote the book "The
Family of Mulock."</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BewleyMay" sex="F">
<persName><surname>Bewley</surname>
<forename>Maria</forename>
<forename>Louisa</forename>
<addName>May</addName></persName>
<birth when="1871-06-03"/>
<death when="1883-12-30"/>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">May Bewley was a young acquaintance of the
<orgName ref="#Craik">Craiks</orgName> and the daughter of Sir Edmund Thomas
Bewley (1807–1908), who wrote the book "The Family of Mulock."</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Orrinsmith" sex="M">
<persName>
<forename>Harvey</forename>
<forename>Edward</forename>
<surname>Orrinsmith</surname>
</persName>
<birth/>
<death/>
<occupation>Artist</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">Orrinsmith was an acquaintance of the
Craiks, possibly a neighbour at the <placeName ref="#CornerHouse">Corner
House.</placeName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="OrrinSmithJohn" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Orrin</surname>
<surname>Smith</surname>
<forename>John</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1799"/>
<death when="1843-10-15"/>
<occupation>Artist</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey"><persName>John Orrin Smith</persName> was
an English wood-engraver. He, along with his business partner <persName
ref="#LintonWJ">W. J. Linton</persName>, was one of the principal engravers
for the <title corresp="#IllustratedNews">Illustrated London News</title>
<date from="1836" to="1843">from 1836 to his death in 1843.</date> During this
time period, he changed his surname from Orrin Smith to
Orrinsmith.<lb/>ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="PaynJames" sex="M">
<persName>
<forename>James</forename>
<surname>Payn</surname>
</persName>
<birth/>
<death/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<occupation>Editor</occupation>
<nationality/>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">James Payn was a novelist and editor of the
<title ref="#Cornhill">Cornhill Magazine</title> from 1883 to 1896.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MeoCarmela">
<persName>
<surname>Meo</surname>
<forename>Carmela</forename>
</persName>
<occupation>Musician</occupation>
<note type="bio">Carmela Meo was a young Italian girl whom Dinah met in 1885. She
took up a subscription among her friends to have her placed at the <orgName
ref="#RoyalCollegeMusic"> Royal College of Music</orgName>. The relationship
ended poorly two years later when Carmela determined to marry a young man Dinah
found unsuitable.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MeoLuigi" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Meo</surname>
<forename>Luigi</forename></persName>
<birth when="1855"/>
<death when="1935"/>
<nationality>Italian</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Luigi Meo, a violinist and older brother of
<persName ref="#MeoCarmela">Carmela</persName>, was an acquaintance of
Dinah's. He married widow <persName ref="#HendersonJemima">Jemima Henderson
</persName>in <date when="1884">1884</date>; Jemima's son <persName
ref="#AndersonStewart"/>Stewart was in a secret relationship with <persName
ref="#MeoCarmela">Carmela</persName>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="WolleyH" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Wolley</surname>
<forename>H. F.</forename>
<roleName>Reverend</roleName>
</persName>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio">Reverend Wolley was the Vicar of Shortlands Vicarage, Bromley,
Kent. He and his wife were close friends of the Craiks</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="WolleyEmily" sex="F">
<persName><surname type="married">Wolley</surname>
<forename>Emily</forename>
</persName>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<occupation>Gentlewoman</occupation>
<note type="bio">Mrs. Wolley was the wife of <persName ref="#WolleyH">Reverend
Wolley</persName> and a close friend of the Craiks.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="LewesHarold">
<persName>
<forename>Harold</forename>
<surname>Lewes</surname>
</persName>
<note type="bio">Henry Lewes was an acquaintance of Dinah's while she lived in the
<placeName ref="#CornerHouse">Corner House</placeName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="PikeConnie" sex="F">
<persName><surname>Pike</surname>
<forename>Mary</forename>
<forename>Constance</forename>
<addName>Connie</addName></persName>
<birth when="1858"/>
<death when="1937"/>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Mary Constance Pike was a young person and
friend of Dinah's during her years at the <placeName ref="#CornerHouse">Corner
House</placeName>. She was the eldest sister of <persName ref="#PikeBel"
>Bel</persName> and <persName ref="#PikeAda">Ada</persName>. Constance Pike
married Charles Thomas in 1891 and had two daughters, Constance Dinah and
Margaret Isabel.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="PikeAda" sex="F">
<persName><surname>Pike</surname>
<forename>Ada</forename>
<forename>Violet</forename></persName>
<birth when="1865"/>
<death when="1933"/>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Ada Pike was a young person and friend of
Dinah's during her years at the <placeName ref="#CornerHouse">Corner
House</placeName>. Youngest sister of <persName ref="#PikeConnie"
>Connie</persName> and <persName ref="#PikeBel">Bel</persName>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="PikeBel" sex="F">
<persName><surname>Pike</surname>
<forename>Isabel</forename>
<addName>Bel</addName>
</persName>
<birth when="1860"/>
<death when="1946"/>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Bel Pike was a young person and friend of
Dinah's during her years at the <placeName ref="#CornerHouse">Corner
House</placeName>. She was the middle sister of <persName ref="#PikeConnie"
>Connie</persName><persName ref="#PikeAda">Ada Pike</persName>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Bradway">
<persName><surname>Bradway</surname></persName>
<note type="bio">Mrs. Bradway was a seamstress who worked for the Craiks in the
1880s.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Grubb">
<persName><surname>Grubb</surname></persName>
<note type="bio">Miss Grubb seems to be the Craiks hatmaker in the 1880s.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="EastlakeMiss">
<persName><surname>Eastlake</surname></persName>
<birth when="1865"/>
<death when="1899"/>
<note type="bio">Miss Eastlake was a popular English actress and a leading lady in
Wilson Barrett's company. She started her own theater company, which went
bankrupt. </note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BarrettWilson">
<persName><forename>Wilson</forename>
<surname>Barrett</surname></persName>
<birth when="1846"/>
<death when="1904"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<occupation>Actor</occupation>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Wilson Barrett was an actor and playwright
whom Dinah Craik struck up a correspondence with late in life. Barrett and Miss
Eastlake performed in Lord Lytton's classical drama <title>Junius, or the
Household Gods</title>, at the <placeName ref="#PrincessTheatre">Princess's
Theatre</placeName>, London, in February 1886. </note>
</person>
<person xml:id="TennysonAlfred">
<persName><surname>Tennyson</surname>
<forename>Alfred</forename>
<roleName>Lord</roleName></persName>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<residence type="primary"><placeName ref="#Farringford"
>Farringford</placeName></residence>
<residence type="secondary"><placeName ref="#Aldworth"
>Aldworth</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Lord Alfred Tennyson was a popular
English poet.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="TennysonHallam">
<persName><surname>Tennyson</surname>
<forename>Hallam</forename></persName>
<note type="bio">Hallam Tennyson was Lord Alfred Tennyson's son, named for his
friend Arthur Hallam.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="AddeyHenryMarkinfield" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Addey</surname>
<forename>Henry</forename>
<forename>Markinfield</forename></persName>
<birth when="1818"/>
<death when="1910"/>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<nationality/>
<affiliation from="1845" to="1849">Employee of <orgName ref="#ChapmanHall">Chapman
and Hall</orgName>.</affiliation>
<affiliation from="1849" to="1852">Partner in publishing company <orgName
ref="#CundallAddey">Cundall &amp; Addey</orgName>.</affiliation>
<affiliation from="1852" to="1857">Proprietor of <orgName ref="#AddeyCo">Addey
&amp; Co</orgName>.</affiliation>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Mr. Addey was a publisher of children's
literature. <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah Craik</persName> published "<title
ref="#Hero">A Hero</title>" with <orgName ref="#AddeyCo">Addey &amp;
Co</orgName> and also wrote for <orgName ref="#AddeyCo">Addey &amp;
Co</orgName>'s children's periodical <title ref="#Charm">The
Charm</title>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="ChapmanEdward" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Chapman</surname>
<forename>Edward</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1804"/>
<death when="1880"/>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#ClarevilleCottage">Clareville
Cottage</placeName></residence>
<affiliation from="1830" to="1864">Partner in publishing company <orgName
ref="#ChapmanHall">Chapman and Hall</orgName></affiliation>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Edward Chapman founded <orgName
ref="#ChapmanHall">Chapman and Hall</orgName> with <persName
ref="#HallWilliam">William Hall</persName> and worked with the company until
his retirement in <date when="1864">1864.</date></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="CundallJoseph" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Cundall</surname>
<forename>Joseph</forename>
<addName type="pseudonym">Stephen Percy</addName>
</persName>
<birth when="1818-09-22"/>
<death when="1895-01-10"/>
<occupation>Photographer</occupation>
<occupation>Author</occupation>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<affiliation from="1849" to="1868">Partner in publishing company <orgName
ref="#CundallAddey">Cundall &amp; Addey</orgName>.</affiliation>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Mr. Cundall was a successful photographer
and a publisher of children's literature. </note>
</person>
<person xml:id="HallWilliam" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Hall</surname>
<forename>William</forename>
</persName>
<birth notBefore="1800" notAfter="1802">Between 1800 and 1802</birth>
<death when="1847">1847</death>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<affiliation from="1830" to="1847">Partner in publishing company <orgName
ref="#ChapmanHall">Chapman and Hall</orgName></affiliation>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">William Hall founded <orgName
ref="#ChapmanHall">Chapman and Hall</orgName> with <persName
ref="#ChapmanEdward">Edward Chapman</persName> and worked with the company
until his sudden death in <date when="1847">1847.</date></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="HerveyThomasKibble" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Hervey</surname>
<forename>Thomas</forename>
<forename>Kibble</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1799-02-11"/>
<death when="1859-02-17"/>
<occupation>Business</occupation>
<occupation>Editor</occupation>
<nationality/>
<affiliation from="1846-05-23" to="1853">Editor of <title ref="Athenaeum">the
Athenaeum</title></affiliation>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Thomas Kibble Hervey was a poet, critic,
and journalist who contributed to and later edited the popular periodical
<title ref="Athenaeum">the Athenaeum</title>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="HowittMary" sex="F">
<persName><surname type="married">Howitt</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Botham</surname>
<forename>Mary</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1799-03-12"/>
<death when="1888-01-30"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<affiliation/>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Mary Howitt was a popular Victorian
writer who published both independently and collaboratively with her husband
<persName ref="#HowittWilliam">William Howitt</persName>. </note>
</person>
<person xml:id="HowittWilliam" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Howitt</surname>
<forename>William</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1792-12-18"/>
<death when="1879-03-03"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<affiliation from="1847" to="1848">Proprietor of <title ref="HowittsJournal"
>Howitt's Journal</title></affiliation>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">William Howitt was a popular Victorian
writer who published both independently and collaboratively with his wife
<persName ref="#HowittMary">Mary Howitt</persName>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MorrisJane" sex="F">
<persName><surname type="married">Morris</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Burden</surname>
<forename>Jane</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1839-10-19"/>
<death when="1914-01-26"/>
<occupation>Embroiderer</occupation>
<occupation>Artist's Model</occupation>
<nationality/>
<affiliation>Pre-Rafaelite Brotherhood</affiliation>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Mrs. Morris was a skilled embroiderer who
bound some of <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah Craik</persName>'s books. She was a
model and muse for both her husband <persName ref="#MorrisWilliam">William
Morris</persName>, and <persName ref="#RosettiDanteGabriel">Dante Gabriel
Rosetti.</persName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MorrisWilliam" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Morris</surname>
<forename>William</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1834-03-24"/>
<death when="1896-10-03"/>
<occupation>Designer</occupation>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality/>
<affiliation>Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood</affiliation>
<note resp="#FukushimaKailey">William Morris was a British poet, novelist, and
textile designer.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MorrisMrs" sex="F">
<persName><surname>Morris</surname></persName>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">Mrs. Morris was an acquaintance of
<persName ref="#DMC">Dinah Craik's</persName> in the early 1850s.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="ChisholmMrs" sex="F">
<persName><surname>Chisholm</surname></persName>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">Mrs. Chisholm was an acquaintance of
<persName ref="#DMC">Dinah Craik's</persName> in the <date from="1850"
to="1855">early 1850s.</date>
<!--KF: There's a possibility this might be the wife of William Chisholm and mother of Dinah's friend Helen Brodie. In which case, her maiden name is Helen Henderson. Ancestry.--></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="OliphantMargaret" sex="F">
<persName><surname>Oliphant</surname>
<forename>Margaret</forename>
<forename>Oliphant</forename>
<forename>Wilson</forename>
<addName>Mrs. Oliphant</addName>
</persName>
<birth when="1828-04-04"/>
<death when="1897-06-25"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#BathStreet">13 Bath Street</placeName></residence>
<residence when="1865"><placeName ref="#BayswaterRoad">Bayswater
Road</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Mrs. Oliphant was a best-selling
Victorian novelist and a life long friend of <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah
Craik</persName>'s.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="PatonAllanPark">
<persName><surname>Paton</surname>
<forename>Allan</forename>
<forename>Park</forename></persName>
<birth when="1818-06-20"/>
<death/>
<occupation>Editor</occupation>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<occupation>Librarian</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#PmalderCottage">Pmalder
Cottage</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Allan Park Paton was best-known for
editing the Hamnet Shakespeare, published between <date notBefore="1877"
notAfter="1879">1877 and 1879</date>. He worked at the <placeName
ref="#Greenock">Greenock</placeName> Library, Watt Monument.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="RosettiDanteGabriel" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Rossetti</surname>
<forename>Dante</forename>
<forename>Gabriel</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1828-05-12"/>
<death when="1882-04-09"/>
<occupation>Painter</occupation>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>Anglo-Italian</nationality>
<affiliation>Pre-Rafaelite Brotherhood</affiliation>
<note resp="#FukushimaKailey">Dante Gabriel Rossetti was a famous poet and a
painter of the Pre-Rafaelite brotherhood.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MissAdams" sex="F">
<persName><surname>Adams</surname>
</persName>
<occupation>Musician</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Miss Adams was a composer. She delivered
a song to Dinah by mail sometime <date notBefore="1859" notAfter="1865">between
1859 and 1865</date>.<lb/>
<!-- "Sir G. MacFarren on English Music," <hi rend="italic">Musical Standard</hi>
(London, UK), June 7, 1884. -->
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MrsBrougham" sex="F">
<persName><surname type="married">Brougham</surname>
</persName>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Mrs. Brougham was a friend of <persName
ref="#CraikGeorge">George</persName> and <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah
Craik</persName>'s.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BrowningPen" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Browning</surname>
<forename>Robert</forename>
<forename>Wiedeman</forename>
<forename>Barrett</forename>
<addName>Pen</addName>
</persName>
<birth when="1849-03-09"/>
<death when="1912-07-08"/>
<occupation>Artist</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Pen Browning was the son of <persName
ref="#BrowningRobert">Robert Browning</persName> and <persName
ref="#BrowningElizabethBarrett">Elizabeth Barrett Browning</persName> ODNB.<lb/>
<!-- De L. Ryals, Clyde, "Browning Robert (1812-1889)," ODNB. -->
<!-- "Obituary: Mr. Barrett Browning," <hi rend="italics">Times</hi> (London, UK), Jul. 09, 1912. -->
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="ChalmersThomas" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Chalmers</surname>
<forename>Thomas</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1780-03-17"/>
<death when="1847-05-31"/>
<occupation>Clergyman</occupation>
<occupation>Politician</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Reverend Dr. Thomas Chalmers served as
the leader of the Church of Scotland and later established the Free Church of
Scotland. He was an important and well-known religious figure in the nineteenth
century. ODNB.<lb/>
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MissChalmers" sex="F">
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Miss Chalmers was a friend of <persName
ref="#CraikGeorge">George</persName> and <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah
Craik</persName>'s, and niece to the <persName ref="#ChalmersThomas"
>Reverend Dr. Thomas Chalmers</persName>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="CharlesElizabeth" sex="F">
<persName><surname type="married">Charles</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Rundle</surname>
<forename>Elizabeth</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1828-01-02"/>
<death when="1896-03-28"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Elizabeth Rundle Charles was a popular
Victorian poet and novelist. She lived with her husband in <placeName
ref="HampsteadHeath">Hampstead</placeName> from <date when="1851"
>1851</date> until her death in <date when="1896">1896</date>. ODNB.<lb/>
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="DuplessisGeorges" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Gratet-Duplessis</surname>
<forename>Georges</forename>
<forename>Victor</forename>
<forename>Antoine</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1834-03-19"/>
<death when="1899-03-26"/>
<occupation>Curator</occupation>
<nationality>French</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">George Duplessis was a French curator and
art historian who specialized in the art of engraving. An anonymous note on
letter PU34 (AM20763) in the Princeton Parrish Collection suggests that Dinah
Craik may have helped translate his text "<title
ref="CraikSiteIndex.xml#WondersofEngraving">The Wonders of Engraving</title>."<lb/>
<!-- Sorensen, Lee "[Gratet-]Duplessis, Georges Victor Antoine," <hi rend="italics">Dictionary of Art Historians</hi>. -->
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MrsField" sex="F">
<persName><surname type="married">Field</surname>
</persName>
<occupation cert="low">Education</occupation>
<note type="bio" cert="low" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Mrs. Field was an acquaintance
of Dinah's who helped her to organize a glee club. Mrs. Field may have been
Mrs. Julia Field, the owner and proprietor of the <orgName
ref="#CatharineLodge">Catharine Lodge School for Young Ladies</orgName> in
<placeName ref="#Brompton">Brompton</placeName>, <placeName ref="#London"
>London</placeName>.<lb/>
<!-- Dare, Deirdre and Melissa Hardie, "Appendix II: Biographical Register of Charles Johns's Primary Circle of Colleagues, Friends &amp; Family Mentioned in the Text," <hi rend="italics">A Passion for Nature: 19th-century Naturalism in the Circle of Charles Alexander Johns</hi> (Penzance CON: Patten Press, 2008), 193-194. -->
<!-- "Education.— Catherine Lodge," <hi rend="italics">Times</hi> (London, UK), Mar. 5, 1851. -->
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="GoldsmidAnnaMaria" sex="F">
<persName><surname>Goldsmid</surname>
<forename>Anna</forename>
<forename>Maria</forename></persName>
<birth when="1805-09-17"/>
<death when="1889-02-08"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>Anglo-Jewish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Anna Maria Goldsmid was an important
figure in the Anglo-Jewish community of the nineteenth century. She devoted
most of her adult life to the improvement of Jewish medical and educational
institutions in <placeName ref="#London">London</placeName>. ODNB.<lb/>
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MrHarry" sex="M">
<occupation>Artist</occupation>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Mr. Harry appears to have be an early
photographer who might have developed photographs of Dinah Craik.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="HarperJosephWesley" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Harper</surname>
<forename>Joseph</forename>
<forename>Wesley</forename>
</persName>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<nationality>American</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Joseph Wesley Harper was a partner in the
American publishing firm <orgName ref="CraikSiteIndex.xml#Harpers">Harper &amp;
Brothers</orgName>. Joseph Wesley was the third Harper brother and joined
the firm in <date when="1823">1823</date>.<lb/>
<!-- Stovall, James Glen "Fletcher Harper (31 January 1806-29 May 1877)" <hi rend="italic"
>American Magazine Journalists, 1850-1900</hi> 79 (1989): 174-181. -->
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="HarperFletcher" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Harper</surname>
<forename>Fletcher</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1806-01-31"/>
<death when="1877-05-29"/>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<nationality>American</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Fletcher Harper was a partner in the
American publishing firm <orgName ref="CraikSiteIndex.xml#Harpers">Harper &amp;
Brothers</orgName>. Fletcher was the youngest of the four Harper brothers
and joined the firm in <date when="1825">1825</date>.<lb/>
<!-- Stovall, James Glen "Fletcher Harper (31 January 1806-29 May 1877)" <hi rend="italic"
>American Magazine Journalists, 1850-1900</hi> 79 (1989): 174-181. -->
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="HillAmeliaRobertson" sex="F">
<persName><surname type="married">Hill</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Paton</surname>
<forename>Amelia</forename>
<forename>Robertson</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1821-01-15"/>
<death when="1904-07-05"/>
<occupation>Artist</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Amelia Robertson Hill was <persName
ref="#PatonJosephNoel">Sir Joseph Noel Paton</persName>'s sister. She is
best-known for her work in sculpture, but began her career as a painter. Dinah
Craik was one of her sitters <date notBefore="1844" notAfter="1845">c.
1844</date>. ODNB.<lb/>
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</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="HillDavidOctavius" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Hill</surname>
<forename>David</forename>
<forename>Octavius</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1802-05-20"/>
<death when="1870-05-17"/>
<occupation>Artist</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">David Octavius Hill was married to
<persName ref="#HillAmeliaRobertson">Amelia Robertson Hill (née
Paton)</persName>, a friend of Dinah Craik's. ODNB.<lb/>
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="JesusChrist" sex="M">
<persName><forename>Jesus</forename>
<addName>Jesus Christ</addName>
<addName>Jesus of Nazareth</addName></persName>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Jesus Christ is one of the central
figures of Christianity.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="KingsleyCharles" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Kingsley</surname>
<forename>Charles</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1819-06-12"/>
<death when="1875-01-23"/>
<occupation>Clergyman</occupation>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<occupation>Education</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Charles Kingsley was a Christian
socialist, a university professor, and a celebrated novelist. He and Dinah
Craik were literary acquaintances. ODNB.<lb/>
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="KingsleyFanny" sex="F">
<persName><surname>Kingsley</surname>
<forename>Frances</forename>
<forename>Eliza</forename>
<addName>Fanny</addName>
</persName>
<birth when="1814"/>
<death when="1891-12-12"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Fanny Kingsley was wife to <persName
ref="#KingsleyCharles">Charles Kingsley</persName>. She authored her
husband's biography after his death in <date when="1875">1875</date>.
ODNB.<lb/>
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MrsLongstaff" sex="F">
<persName><surname type="married">Longstaff</surname>
<residence><placeName ref="#BristoStreet">Bristo Street</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Mrs. Longstaff was a friend of Dinah's
from <placeName ref="#Edinburgh">Edinburgh</placeName>.</note>
</persName>
</person>
<person xml:id="MrLongstaff" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Longstaff</surname></persName>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey"><persName>Longstaff</persName> was a
friend of <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah's</persName> who lived in <placeName
ref="#Edinburgh">Edinburgh.</placeName></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="LovellGeorge" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Lovell</surname>
<forename>George</forename>
<forename>William</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1804"/>
<death when="1878-05-13"/>
<occupation>Business</occupation>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#MorningtonCrescent">7 Mornington
Crescent</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey"><persName>George William
Lovell</persName> was a popular Victorian dramatist. He also worked as a
Secretary for the <orgName ref="#PhoenixInsurance">Phoenix Insurance
Company</orgName>. <persName>Lovell</persName> was an early acquaintance of
<persName ref="#MulockThomas">Thomas Mulock</persName>'s and a friend of
<persName ref="DMC">Dinah Craik</persName>'s. ODNB.<lb/>
<!-- Mitchell, Sally, <hi rend="italics">Dinah Mulock Craik</hi> (Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1983), 5. -->
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="LovellMaria" sex="F">
<persName><surname type="married">Lovell</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Lacy</surname>
<forename>Maria</forename>
<forename>Ann</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1803-07-15"/>
<death when="1877-04-02"/>
<occupation>Actor</occupation>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#MorningtonCrescent">7 Mornington
Crescent</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Maria Ann Lovell was an actress turned
playwright. She and her husband <persName ref="#LovellGeorge">George
Lovell</persName> were friends with <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah
Craik</persName> and were also acquainted with her father, <persName
ref="#MulockThomas">Thomas Mulock</persName>. ODNB.<lb/>
<!-- Mitchell, Sally, <hi rend="italics">Dinah Mulock Craik</hi> (Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1983), 5. -->
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="LovellMinna" sex="F">
<persName><surname>Lovell</surname>
<forename>Maria</forename>
<forename>Ann</forename>
<addName>Marian</addName>
<addName>Minna</addName>
<addName>Min</addName>
</persName>
<birth when="1832-09-06"/>
<death when="1822-04-29"/>
<occupation>Gentlewoman</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<residence><placeName ref="#Lynover">Lynover Cottage</placeName></residence>
<residence><placeName ref="#MorningtonCrescent">7 Mornington
Crescent</placeName></residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Minna Lovell was a friend of <persName
ref="#DMC">Dinah</persName>'s who lived with her at <placeName
ref="#Lynover">Lynover Cottage</placeName>. She was briefly engaged to
<persName ref="#DMC">Dinah</persName>'s brother <persName ref="#MulockBen"
>Benjamin</persName>
<date notBefore="1860" notAfter="1863" precision="high">from around 1860 to
1863</date>.<lb/>Shirley Foster, "Dinah Mulock Craik," Victorian Women's
Fiction: Marriage, Freedom and the Individual (New York: Routledge, 2012),
50.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MarstonCicely" sex="F">
<persName><surname>Marston</surname>
<forename>Cicely</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1846"/>
<death when="1878"/>
<occupation>Gentlewoman</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Cicely Marston was the first child of
Dinah's close friends <persName ref="#MarstonWestland">John Westland
Marston</persName> and <persName ref="MarstonEleanor">Eleanor
Marston</persName>. ODNB.<lb/>
<!-- Latané D. E. Jr. "Marston, John Westland (1819-1890)," ODNB. -->
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MontaguLordRobert" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Montagu</surname>
<forename>Robert</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1825-01-24"/>
<death when="1902-05-06"/>
<occupation>Politician</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Lord Robert Montagu was a Conservative
politician and a religious controversialist. He was a professional acquaintance
of <persName ref="#KingsleyCharles">Charles Kingsley</persName>'s. ODNB.<lb/>
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="OShaughnessyArthur" sex="M">
<persName><surname>O'Shaughnessy</surname>
<forename>Arthur</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1844-03-14"/>
<death when="1881-01-30"/>
<occupation/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Arthur O'Shaughnessy was married to
Eleanor Marston, the youngest daughter of Dinah's close friends <persName
ref="#MarstonWestland">John Westland Marston</persName> and <persName
ref="MarstonEleanor">Eleanor Marston</persName>. ODNB.<lb/>
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="OShaughnessyEleanor" sex="F">
<persName><surname type="married">O'Shaughnessy</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Marston</surname>
<forename>Eleanor</forename>
<forename>Kyme</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1848"/>
<death when="1879"/>
<occupation>Gentlewoman</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Eleanor (Marston) O'Shaughnessy was the
second child of Dinah's close friends <persName ref="#MarstonWestland">John
Westland Marston</persName> and <persName ref="MarstonEleanor">Eleanor
Marston</persName>. ODNB.</note>
<!-- Latané D. E. Jr. "Marston, John Westland (1819-1890)," ODNB. -->
</person>
<person xml:id="ParkerJohnWilliam" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Parker</surname>
<forename>John</forename>
<forename>William</forename></persName>
<birth when="1792"/>
<death when="1870-05-18"/>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey"><persName>John William Parker</persName>
was the owner and proprietor of the publishing firm <orgName
ref="#ParkerAndSon">John W. Parker &amp; Son</orgName>. John W. Parker &amp;
Son acquired <title corresp="#Frasers">Fraser's Magazine for Town and
Country</title> in <date when="1847">1847</date> and published some of Dinah
Craik's earliest stories. ODNB.<lb/>
<!-- Mitchell, Sally, "Chronology," <hi rend="italics">Dinah Mulock Craik</hi> (Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1983). -->
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="ParkerJohnWilliamJr" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Parker</surname>
<forename>John</forename>
<forename>William</forename></persName>
<birth when="1820"/>
<death when="1860"/>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey"><persName>John William Parker</persName>
was an English publisher and the son in <orgName ref="#ParkerAndSon">Parker
&amp; Son</orgName> publishing. He joined his father's firm in <date
when="1843">1843</date> and worked as the general manager until his death in
<date when="1860">1860</date>. <orgName ref="#ParkerAndSon">Parker &amp;
Son</orgName> published some of Dinah Craik's earliest stories. ODNB.<lb/>
<!-- Mitchell, Sally, "Chronology," <hi rend="italics">Dinah Mulock Craik</hi> (Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1983). -->
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="MissShirley" sex="F">
<persName><forename>Shirley</forename></persName>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Miss Shirley wrote the lyrics to a piece
of music that Dinah had in her possession <date notBefore="1858"
notAfter="1860">c. 1859</date>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="TaylorHarry" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Taylor</surname>
<forename>Harry</forename></persName>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Mr. Harry Taylor was a tenor in Dinah
Craik's glee club <date notBefore="1862" notAfter="1863">c.1862</date>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="ThackerayWilliamMakepeace" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Thackeray</surname>
<forename>William</forename>
<forename>Makepeace</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1811-07-18"/>
<death when="1863-12-23"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">William Makepeace Thackeray was a popular
Victorian writer best-known for his satirical novels, including <title
corresp="#VanityFair">Vanity Fair</title>. ODNB.<lb/>
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="StewartMichaelShaw" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Shaw-Stewart</surname>
<forename>Michael</forename>
<forename>Robert</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1826-11-26"/>
<death when="1903-12-10"/>
<occupation>Politician</occupation>
<nationality>Anglo-Scottish</nationality>
<affiliation/>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Sir Michael Shaw Stewart was a British
baronet and was a Member of Parliament for <placeName ref="Renfrewshire"
>Renfrewshire</placeName>, <placeName ref="#Scotland"
>Scotland.</placeName><lb/> "Obituary: Sir Michael Shaw-Stewart," <hi
rend="italics">Times</hi> (London, UK), Dec. 11, 1903. </note>
</person>
<person xml:id="GrosvenorLadyOctavia" sex="F">
<persName><surname>Grosvenor</surname>
<forename>Octavia</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1829-09-22"/>
<death when="1921-05-29"/>
<occupation>Gentlewoman</occupation>
<nationality>Anglo-Scottish</nationality>
<affiliation/>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Lady Octavia Grosvenor was married to
<persName ref="#ShawStewartMichael">Sir Michael Shaw-Stewart</persName>. She
was the granddaughter of <persName ref="#LevesonGowerGeorge">George
Leveson-Gower</persName>.<lb/> "Obituary: Sir Michael Shaw-Stewart," <hi
rend="italics">Times</hi> (London, UK), Dec. 11, 1903. </note>
</person>
<person xml:id="GowerGeorgeLeveson" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Leveson-Gower</surname>
<forename>George</forename>
<forename>Granville</forename>
<roleName>First Duke of Sutherland</roleName>
</persName>
<birth when="1758-01-09"/>
<death when="1833-07-19"/>
<occupation>Politician</occupation>
<nationality>Anglo-Scottish</nationality>
<affiliation/>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">George Leveson-Gower was a wealthy and
controversial Anglo-Scottish politician. He was the second Marquess of
<placeName ref="CraikSiteIndex.xml#Stafford">Stafford</placeName> and the
first Duke of <placeName ref="#Sutherland">Sutherland.</placeName><lb/> ODNB.
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="GowerGeorgeLevesonII" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Leveson-Gower</surname>
<forename>George</forename>
<forename>Granville</forename>
<roleName>Second Duke of Sutherland</roleName>
<roleName>Earl of Sutherland</roleName>
</persName>
<birth when="1786-08-08"/>
<death when="1861-02-27"/>
<occupation>Politician</occupation>
<nationality>Anglo-Scottish</nationality>
<affiliation/>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey"><persName>George
Sutherland-Leveson-Gower</persName> was a Whig politician and the eldest son
of <persName ref="#GowerGeorgeLeveson">the first Duke of Sutherland.</persName>
He inherited his Earlship from his mother's side after her death in <date
when="1839">1839.</date><lb/> ODNB. </note>
</person>
<person xml:id="AdderleyCharles" sex="M">
<persName><surname>Adderley</surname>
<surname>Bowyer</surname>
<forename>Charles</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1814-08-02"/>
<death when="1905-03-28"/>
<occupation>Politician</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Mr. Adderley, first Baron Norton, was the
founder of the <orgName ref=