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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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<occupation from="2017-01">Editor</occupation>
<affiliation>University of Calgary</affiliation>
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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>Bourrier</surname>
<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>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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<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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<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>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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<forename>Sonia</forename>
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<affiliation>University of Calgary</affiliation>
<note type="bio">Sonia Jarmula is a Master's Student at the University of Calgary. She holds a BA (Hons) in English from the
University of Calgary.</note>
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<surname>Ludlow</surname>
<forename>Elizabeth</forename>
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<occupation>Editor</occupation>
<affiliation>Anglia Ruskin University</affiliation>
<note type="bio">Elizabeth Ludlow is Senior Lecturer in English Literature at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK. She is the
author of <title>Christina Rossetti and the Bible: Waiting with the Saints</title> (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2014). Her
current research project considers prayer and the female body in Victorian women’s writing.</note>
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<forename>Janice</forename>
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<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>Stewart</surname>
<forename>Lindsey</forename>
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<occupation>Editor</occupation>
<affiliation>Open University</affiliation>
<note type="bio">Dr Lindsey Stewart has recently been awarded her doctorate from the Open University. This examined the
nineteenth-century psychiatric idea of monomania in medical and literary discourse, and included an examination of Dinah Craik’s
‘The Double House’ (1857). Her research interests are the intersections between literature and medicine, most particularly
nineteenth-century ideas of addiction.</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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<surname>Best</surname>
<forename>Will</forename>
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<occupation from="2015-01" to="2015-04">Editor</occupation>
<affiliation>University of Calgary</affiliation>
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<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. </note>
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<forename>Sidney</forename>
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<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
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<surname>Ellsworth</surname>
<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>Fox</surname>
<forename>Kerry-Leigh</forename>
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<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>
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<person xml:id="GivogueStevensonLecia">
<persName>
<surname>Givogue Stevenson</surname>
<forename>Lecia</forename>
</persName>
<occupation from="2017-01" to="2017-04">Editor</occupation>
<affiliation>University of Calgary</affiliation>
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<person xml:id="JacobiKelsey">
<persName>
<surname>Jacobi</surname>
<forename>Kelsey</forename>
<roleName>Editor</roleName>
</persName>
<occupation from="2017-01" to="2017-04">Editor</occupation>
<affiliation>University of Calgary</affiliation>
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<persName>
<surname>Kent</surname>
<forename>Sarah</forename>
</persName>
<occupation from="2015-01" to="2015-04">Editor</occupation>
<affiliation>University of Calgary</affiliation>
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<persName>
<surname>Rahman</surname>
<forename>Zainub</forename>
</persName>
<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>
</person>
<person xml:id="RuddyPippa">
<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>
</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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<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="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>
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<persName>Hamlet</persName>
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah">
<persName>Hamlet</persName> was one of <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah</persName>'s chickens at <placeName ref="#Lynover">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>
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<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>
</person>
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<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>
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<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="#Lynover">Lynover
Cottage.</placeName> She was a Cochin hen given to <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah</persName> as a present.</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>
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<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>
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<persName>
<surname>Abraham</surname>
<forename>Philip</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1803"/>
<death when="1890-12-18"/>
<occupation>Education</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Philip Abraham</persName> was father to the singer <persName ref="#BrahamLeonora">Leonora Braham.</persName>
<persName>Philip Abraham</persName> lived in <placeName ref="#London">London</placeName> and was a Professor of Hebrew. He was a
prolific writer on Jewish subjects and regularly contributed to the <title>Jewish Chronicle.</title> He also spent some time as
the Secretary for the <orgName>West Jewish Synagogue of British Jews.</orgName>
<persName ref="#DMC">Dinah</persName> was under the impression that he was quite poor.<lb/>
<!--Ancestry-->
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<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="#SaltleyReformatory"
>Saltley Reformatory</orgName>— an industrial school in which Dinah's father <persName ref="#MulockThomas">Thomas
Mulock</persName> took a great interest.<lb/> ODNB.<lb/> Mulock Thomas, "Notes re industrial schools: Saltley Reformatory
printed Letter to the Earl of Lichfield," 1860-1894, D615/PL/6/26, Records of the Anson Family of Shugborough, Earls of Lichford;
Staffordshire County Record Office, Stoke-on-Trent Archive Service.
<!-- http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/rd/6a3ac300-7ae0-4ddf-87b4-decc9b335eb7 --></note>
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<persName>
<surname>Addey</surname>
<forename>Henry</forename>
<forename>Markinfield</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1818"/>
<death when="1910"/>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<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>
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<persName>
<surname>Ainger</surname>
<forename>Alfred</forename>
<addName>Doubleday</addName>
<roleName>Canon</roleName>
</persName>
<birth when="1837-02-09"/>
<death when="1904-02-08"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<occupation>Clergy</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah">
<persName>Alfred Ainger</persName> published <title>"Books and their uses"</title> in <title ref="#MacmillansMagazine"
>Macmillan's Magazine</title> in <date when="1859">1859</date>, and in <date when="1887">1887</date> he was named Canon of
<placeName ref="#Bristol">Bristol</placeName>. In <date when="1896">1896</date> he was appointed chaplain-in-ordinary to
<persName ref="#QueenVictoria">Queen Victoria</persName>. <lb/>ODNB.</note>
</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="AlexanderMrsCF" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Alexander</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Humphreys</surname>
<forename>Cecil</forename>
<forename>Frances</forename>
<addName>Fanny</addName>
</persName>
<birth when="1818"/>
<death when="1895-10-12"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>Irish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah">
<persName>Cecil Frances Alexander</persName> was a hymn writer and poet who was prominent in the <orgName>Church of Ireland
Hymnal</orgName>. In <date when="1896">1896</date> a posthumous collection <title>Poems by <persName>Cecil Frances
Alexander</persName>
</title> was published.<lb/>ODNB.</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>Writer</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="AllonHenry" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Allon</surname>
<forename>Henry</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1818-10-13"/>
<death when="1892-04-16"/>
<occupation>Clergy</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah">
<persName>Henry Allon</persName> was a clergyman with a large and distinguished congregation, and wrote and reviewed for multiple
literary journals. He also edited <title>The British Quarterly Review</title>. <lb/>ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="AndersenHansChristian" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Anderson</surname>
<forename>Hans</forename>
<forename>Christian</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1805-04-02"/>
<death when="1875-08-04"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>Danish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Hans Christian Andersen</persName> was a Danish author and playwright known for popularizing fairy tales such as
<title>The Snow Queen,</title>
<title>The Little Mermaid,</title> and The Ugly Duckling.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="AndersonAlexander" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Anderson</surname>
<forename>Alexander</forename>
<addName>Surfaceman</addName>
</persName>
<birth when="1845-05-30"/>
<death when="1909-07-11"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#JacobiKelsey"> Alexander Anderson was a poet who wrote under the pseudonym Surfaceman. When he was younger,
in 1862, he became a platelayer for the Glasgow and South-Western Railway Company when Dinah recommended him to <persName
ref="#IsbisterWilliam">William Isbister</persName> as she felt he was talented and should move to literary work. </note>
<!-- Dinah mentions him in letter PU209. Kelsey Jacobi -->
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<person xml:id="AndersonHelen" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Anderson</surname>
<forename>Helen</forename>
</persName>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Helen</persName> was the sister of <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah</persName>'s friend <persName ref="#MrAnderson">Mr.
Anderson</persName>. </note>
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<person xml:id="AndersonMary" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="maiden">Anderson</surname>
<surname type="married">Marshall</surname>
<forename>Mary</forename>
<forename>Adamson</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1837-01-17"/>
<death when="1910-08-08"/>
<occupation>Social Reformer</occupation>
<occupation>Doctor</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah">
<persName>Mary Adamson Anderson</persName> was a member of <orgName>the Edinburgh Seven,</orgName> a group of women who submitted
an <date when="1870">1870</date> petition for admission to <orgName>The Edinburgh Royal Infirmary.</orgName> She passed her MD
examination in <date when="1879">1879,</date> and was senior physician at <orgName>New Hospital</orgName>. <lb/>ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="AndersonRobert" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Anderson</surname>
<forename>Robert</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1830"/>
<death when="1901"/>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Mr. Robert Anderson</persName> was a Scottish publisher who took over the firm <orgName>W. Oliphant &amp;
Sons</orgName> in <date when="1858">1858.</date> The firm became <orgName>W. Oliphant &amp; Co.</orgName> and then <orgName
ref="#OliphantAndersonFerrier">Oliphant, Anderson, &amp; Ferrier.</orgName>
<persName>Mr. Anderson</persName> seems to have known <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah</persName> and <persName ref="#PatonJosephNoel"
>Noel Paton</persName> through his publishing business.<lb/> "Messrs Oliphant, Anderson &amp; Ferrier." Publishers' Circular
and Booksllers' Record of British and Foreign Literature vol. 54, no. 1304 (27 June 1891): 680-682. Web.
<!--Google Books--></note>
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<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="Annie" sex="F">
<persName>
<forename>Annie</forename>
</persName>
<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="Arnold" sex="M">
<persName>
<forename>Arnold</forename>
</persName>
<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="ArnoldMatthew" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Arnold</surname>
<forename>Matthew</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1822-12-24"/>
<death when="1888-04-15"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah">
<persName>Matthew Arnold</persName> was a poet and a Professor of Poetry at <orgName ref="#UniversityOfOxford">Oxford</orgName>,
as well as a literary, social, and religious critic. He had a reputation as a literary and social controversialist.
<lb/>ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="AustinAlfred" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Austin</surname>
<forename>Alfred</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1835-05-30"/>
<death when="1913-06-02"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<residence>
<placeName ref="#SwinfordHouse">Swinford House</placeName>
</residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren #AndersonHannah #FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Alfred Austin</persName> was the husband of Dinah's distant cousin Hester Jane Austin, and a frequent contributor to
<title corresp="#MacmillansMagazine">Macmillan's Magazine</title>. A novelist, dramatist and poet, he was appointed poet
laureate in <date when="1896">1896</date>
<lb/>ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="AustinHesterJane" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="maiden">Mulock</surname>
<surname type="married">Austin</surname>
<forename>Hester</forename>
<forename>Jane</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1842-11-16"/>
<death when="1929-09"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>Anglo-Irish</nationality>
<residence>
<placeName ref="#SwinfordHouse">Swinford House</placeName>
</residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Hester Jane Austin</persName> was a distant cousin of <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah's</persName> on <persName
ref="#MulockThomas">her father</persName>'s side. Her father was <persName>Thomas Homan-Mulock.</persName> She was also a
poet.<lb/>Edmund Bewley, The Family of Mulock (Dublin: Privately Printed, 1905), 22-24.<lb/>
<!--Ancestry-->
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BackhouseDinah" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Backhouse</surname>
<forename>Dinah</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1832"/>
<death when="1910"/>
<occupation>Gentlewoman</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Dinah Backhouse</persName> was a friend of <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah</persName>'s who lived in the <placeName
ref="#LakesDistrict">Lakes District.</placeName> She was born in <placeName ref="#Rydal">Rydal</placeName>,
<placeName>Westmorland</placeName> and married <persName>John Backhouse.</persName>
<lb/> Ancestry. <lb/> DMC Diary, September 4 – 10, 1887 (Works 21), Dinah Maria Mulock Craik Collection, Harry Ransom Center,
University of Texas at Austin. </note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Baleson" sex="F">
<note resp="#AndersonHannah">"Mrs. Baleson of John's" is mentioned as an acquaintance of <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah's</persName> who
lives in <placeName ref="#Cambridge">Cambridge.</placeName>
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BarnesAlfredSmith" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Barnes</surname>
<forename>Alfred</forename>
<forename>Smith</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1817-01-28"/>
<death when="1888-02-17"/>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<nationality>American</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah">
<persName>Alfred Smith Barnes</persName> founded <orgName>A.S. Barnes &amp; Co.</orgName>, which primarily published text books.
He managed the company until his retirement in <date when="1880">1880.</date>
<lb/>ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BarnesFrederick" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Barnes</surname>
<forename>Frederick</forename>
</persName>
<occupation>Actor</occupation>
<note type="bio">Frederick Barnes was the husband of Lily Barnes, who committed suicide.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BarnesHenry" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Barnes </surname>
<forename>Henry</forename>
<forename>Burr</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1845-12-14"/>
<death when="1911-01-12"/>
<nationality>American</nationality>
<occupation>Editor</occupation>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Henry Burr Barnes was editor of the International Review from 1874 to 1879, and a partner in
his father's A. S. Barnes publishing firm.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BarrettWilson" sex="M">
<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="BarrySarah" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Barry</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Herron</surname>
<forename>Sarah</forename>
<forename>Douglas</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1832-04-10"/>
<death when="1926-09-01"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<residence>
<placeName ref="#ClockHouseBeckenham">The Clock House</placeName>
</residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Mrs. Barry was the wife of <persName ref="CraikSiteIndex.xml#BarryTress">Sir Francis Tress
Barry</persName>, a wealthy merchant. The Barrys were friends of the Craiks, and lived in Beckenham at the Clock House in 1872
before moving to a mansion in Clewer sometime before 1876. </note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BarryTress" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Barry</surname>
<forename>Francis</forename>
<forename>Tress</forename>
<roleName>Sir</roleName>
</persName>
<birth when="1825-06-08"/>
<death when="1907-02-28"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<occupation>Trades</occupation>
<residence>
<placeName ref="#ClockHouseBeckenham">The Clock House</placeName>
</residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Sir Francis Tress Barry was a wealthy English merchant who, along with his wife <persName
ref="CraikSiteIndex.xml#BarrySarah">Sarah</persName>, were friends with the Craiks. The Barrys lived in Beckenham at the Clock
House in 1872 before moving to a mansion in Clewer sometime before 1876. </note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BaynePeter" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Bayne</surname>
<forename>Peter</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1830-10-18"/>
<death when="1883-10-17"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Peter Bayne</persName> was a Scottish journalist who, <date from="1860" to="1862">from 1860 to 1862</date>, also worked
as the editor of <title corresp="#Dial">The Dial.</title>
<lb/> ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BeeslyEmily" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Beesley</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Crompton</surname>
<forename>Emily</forename>
</persName>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<occupation>Social Reformer</occupation>
<note resp="#AndersonHannah">
<persName>Emily Beesley</persName> was the president of the women's liberal association of <placeName ref="#Paddington"
>Paddington</placeName>, wrote new lyrics for <title>The Wearing of the Green</title>, and wrote <title>Stories from the
History of Rome</title> for her four sons. <lb/>ODNB.<!--HA: In husband's entry.--></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BehrensAnna" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Behrens</surname>
<forename>Hanna</forename>
<addName>Anna</addName>
</persName>
<birth when="1829"/>
<death when="1904"/>
<occupation>Social Reformer</occupation>
<occupation>Gentlewoman</occupation>
<nationality>German</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Anna</persName> was the second daughter of <persName>Solomon Levi Behrens</persName>. <orgName>The Behrens</orgName>
were German-Jewish immigrants who were well-known for their contributions to the Jewish community of <placeName ref="#Manchester"
>Manchester</placeName>. They were also friends with <persName ref="#GaskellElizabeth">Elizabeth Gaskell</persName> and her
family. <lb/>Irene Wiltshire, ed., "Margaret Emily Gaskell," Letters of Mrs. Gaskell's Daughters, 1856–1914 (Humanities-Ebooks
LLP, 2011), 155, n.1.; 156, n.1.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BellGeorge" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Bell</surname>
<forename>George</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1812-10-12"/>
<death when="1890-11-27"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">George Bell was an English publisher and bookseller. <date from="1867" to="1890">From the
late 1860s until his death in 1890</date>, he was known as an authority on English copyright.<lb/> ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BenhamWilliam" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Benham</surname>
<forename>William</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1831-01-15"/>
<death when="1910-07-30"/>
<occupation>Clergy</occupation>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah">
<persName>William Benham</persName> was Divinity tutor and lecturer in English Literature at <orgName>St. Mark's</orgName>,
<placeName>Chelsea</placeName> until <date when="1858">1858</date>. He lectured on Church History and <persName
ref="#DickensCharles">Charles Dickens</persName> at the Church Institute in <placeName ref="#Canterbury"
>Canterbury</placeName>. <lb/>ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BeniciaBoy" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Heenan</surname>
<forename>John</forename>
<forename>Carmel</forename>
<addName>Benicia Boy</addName>
</persName>
<birth when="1835-05-02"/>
<death when="1873-10"/>
<occupation>Trades</occupation>
<nationality>American</nationality>
<nationality>Irish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>John Carmel Heenan, a.k.a. the Benicia Boy</persName> was a famous Irish-American prizefighter (bare-knuckle boxer). On
<date when="1860-04-17">17 April 1860</date>, <persName>Heenan</persName> and the reigning English champion <persName
ref="#SayersTom">Tom Sayers</persName> fought thirty-seven rounds at a ring in <placeName>Farnborough</placeName>. After the
thirty-seventh, the enraged spectators broke into the ring and the fight was declared a draw. Boxing was banned in <placeName
ref="#England">England</placeName> at the time, and yet the fight was well-attended by people of many classes.<lb/>ANB.
<lb/>ODNB.</note>
</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>Clergy</occupation>
<note type="bio">
<persName>Edward Benson</persName> was the Archbishop of Canterbury <date from="1883" to="1896">from 1829 to 1896</date>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BensonJane" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Benson</surname>
<forename>Jane</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1825"/>
<death when="1897-06-16"/>
<occupation>Education</occupation>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Jane Benson was a lifelong friend and colleague of Dinah's good friend <persName
ref="CraikSiteIndex.xml#MartinFrances">Frances Martin</persName>. </note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BentleyEdward" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Bentley</surname>
<forename>Edward</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1753"/>
<death/>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Edward Bentley was a London publisher and the proprietor of <orgName ref="#Bentley">Bentley
&amp; Co.</orgName> ODNB.</note>
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ODNB. <lb/>Anderson, Patricia J. and Jonathan Rose, eds., "Richard
Bentley," <hi rend="italics">British Literary Publishing Houses,
1820-1880</hi> 106, (Detroit: Gale, 1991), 39-52. DLB 106.-->
</person>
<person xml:id="BentleyGeorge" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Bentley</surname>
<forename>George</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1826-06-07"/>
<death when="1895-05-29"/>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">George Bentley was the son of <persName ref="#BentleyRichard">Richard Bentley</persName>.
He became a partner in his father's publishing company in <date when="1845">1845</date> and later shared the business with his
own son. ODNB. </note>
<!-- Anderson, Patricia J. and Jonathan Rose, eds.,
"Richard Bentley," <hi rend="italics">British Literary Publishing
Houses, 1820-1880</hi> 106, (Detroit: Gale, 1991), 39-52. DLB 106.-->
</person>
<person xml:id="BentleyRichard" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Bentley</surname>
<forename>Richard</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1794-10-24"/>
<death when="1871-11-10"/>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Richard Bentley was the son of <persName ref="#BentleyEdward">Edward Bentley</persName>. He
was a well-known publisher in <placeName ref="#London">London</placeName> throughout his lifetime. ODNB.</note>
<!-- Anderson, Patricia J. and
Jonathan Rose, eds., "Richard Bentley," <hi rend="italics">British
Literary Publishing Houses, 1820-1880</hi> 106, (Detroit: Gale,
1991), 39-52. DLB 106. -->
</person>
<person xml:id="BewleyEdmund" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Bewley</surname>
<forename>Edmund</forename>
<forename>Thomas</forename>
<roleName>Sir</roleName>
</persName>
<birth when="1837-01-11"/>
<death when="1910-07-30"/>
<occupation>Education</occupation>
<nationality>Irish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah">
<persName>Sir Edmund Thomas Bewley</persName> was a lawyer and genealogist, and Professor of Feudal and English Law at
<orgName>the University of Dublin</orgName>. He was <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah's</persName> relative, and wrote a family
history book called <title>The Family of Mulock</title>. <lb/>ODNB.</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="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="BickerstethEdwardHenry">
<persName>
<forename>Edward</forename>
<forename>Henry</forename>
<surname>Bickersteth</surname>
<roleName>Reverend</roleName>
</persName>
<birth when="1825"/>
<death when="1906"/>
<occupation>Clergy</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note resp="#BourrierKaren">The Rev E. H. Bickersteth became the vicar of Christ Church, <placeName ref="#HampsteadHeath"
>Hampstead</placeName>, in <date when="1855">1855</date>; he remained there for thirty years. ODNB</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BlackettHarriet" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">James</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Blackett</surname>
<forename>Harriet</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1829-03-02"/>
<death/>
<occupation>Gentlewoman</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Harriet</persName> was the younger sister of the publisher <persName ref="#BlackettHenry">Henry Blackett</persName> and
the middle child of <orgName>the Blackett family</orgName>. She lived with <rs type="person" ref="#BlackettHenry">her
brother</rs> and <orgName>his family</orgName> for some time when she was suffering from unspecified mental health issues. <lb/>
<!--Ancestry-->
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BlackettHenry" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Blackett</surname>
<forename>Henry</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1825-05-26"/>
<death when="1871-03-07"/>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey"><persName>Henry Blackett</persName> was one of the proprietors of the publishing firm
<orgName ref="#HurstBlackett">Hurst &amp; Blackett</orgName>. He and <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah</persName> were personal and
professional acquaintances.<lb/></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BlackWilliam" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Black</surname>
<forename>William</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1841-11-09"/>
<death when="1898-12-10"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah">
<persName>William Black</persName> was a writer who was best-known for his journal contributions. He also wrote novels, the
best-known of which are <title>A Daughter of Heth</title> in <date when="1871">1871</date> and <title>A Princess of Thule</title>
in <date when="1874">1874</date>. <lb/>ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BlackwoodJohn" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Blackwood</surname>
<forename>John</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1818-12-07"/>
<death when="1879-10-29"/>
<occupation>Editor</occupation>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah">
<persName>John Blackwood</persName>, the uncle of <persName ref="#BlackwoodWilliam">William Blackwood</persName>, assumed control
of <title corresp="#BlackwoodsMagazine">Blackwoods publishing</title> in <date when="1852">1852,</date> and strengthened the
firm's influence in the Victorian literary scene.<lb/> ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BlackwoodWilliam" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Blackwood</surname>
<forename>William</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1836-07-13"/>
<death when="1912-11-15"/>
<occupation>Editor</occupation>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah">
<persName>William Blackwood</persName> was in charge of the <placeName ref="CraikSiteIndex.xml#London">London</placeName> office
of <title corresp="CraikSiteIndex.xml#BlackwoodsMagazine">Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine,</title> which he assumed full
responsbility of in <date when="1879">1879.</date>
<lb/> ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BlakeWilliam" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Blake</surname>
<forename>William</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1757-11-28"/>
<death when="1827-08-12"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<occupation>Artist</occupation>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>William Blake</persName> was an engraver and poet of the Romantic era. His work gained popularity with Victorian
audiences following the publication of <persName ref="#GilchristAlexander">Alexander Gilchrist</persName>'s <title
corresp="#LifeofWilliamBlake">Life of William Blake</title> in <date when="1863">1863.</date>
<lb/> ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BoothMaryLouise" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Booth</surname>
<forename>Mary</forename>
<forename>Louise</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1831-04-19"/>
<death when="1889-03-04"/>
<occupation>Editor</occupation>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>American</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Mary Louise Booth</persName> worked for <orgName ref="#Harpers">Harper &amp; Brothers</orgName> publishing. She was the
editor of <title>Harper's Bazaar</title>
<date from="1867" to="1889">from 1867 until her death in 1889.</date>
<lb/> Madeleine B. Stern, "Booth, Mary Louise (Apr. 19, 1831-Mar. 5, 1889)," in Notable American Women: 1607-1950, edited by
Edward T. James, Janet Wilson James, and Paul S. Boyer, Harvard UP, 1971, Web.
<!--http://search.credoreference.com/content/entry/hupnawi/booth_mary_louise_apr_19_1831_mar_5_1889/0?institutionId=261--></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BowesRobert" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Bowes</surname>
<forename>Robert</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1835-08-22"/>
<death when="1919-02-09"/>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<note resp="CraikSiteIndex.xml#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Robert Bowes</persName> was a nephew of <persName ref="#MacmillanDaniel">Daniel</persName> and <persName
ref="#MacmillanAlexander">Alexander Macmillan's.</persName> He worked for <orgName ref="#Macmillan">Macmillan</orgName>'s
<placeName ref="#London">London</placeName> branch at <placeName ref="#HenriettaStreet">Henrietta Street</placeName>
<orgName ref="#Macmillan">Macmillan &amp; Co.</orgName> from <date when="1846">1846</date> until <date when="1863">1863</date>
and then moved to manage the <placeName ref="#Cambridge">Cambridge</placeName> location. <lb/> ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Boyd" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Boyd</surname>
<forename/>
</persName>
<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="BradburyWilliamHardwick" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Bradbury</surname>
<forename>William</forename>
<forename>Hardwich</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1832-12"/>
<death when="1892-10-13"/>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>William Hardwick Bradbury</persName> was the second son of <persName>William Bradbury</persName>, the co-founder of
<orgName ref="#BradburyEvans">Bradbury &amp; Evans.</orgName> He joined the family business <date when="1850" precision="high"
>ca. 1850</date>, initially working as a printer. He crossed over to the publishing side of the business after his brother's
suicide in <date when="1860">1860</date>, and later became the company's chairman.<lb/> ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Bradway" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Bradway</surname>
</persName>
<note type="bio">Mrs. Bradway was a seamstress who worked for the Craiks in the 1880s.</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="BraidwoodJames" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Braidwood</surname>
<forename>James</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1800-09-03"/>
<death when="1861-06-22"/>
<occupation>Trades</occupation>
<occupation>Engineer</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>James Braidwood</persName> was the superintendent of the <orgName>London Fire Engine Establishment</orgName> at the
time of the <rs type="event" ref="#TooleyStreetFire">Tooley Street Fire</rs> in <date when="1861">1861.</date> Braidwood died in
the fire after being crushed by debris. Among his mourners was <persName>Dinah's</persName> family friend, <persName
ref="#LovellGeorge">George Lovell.</persName>
<lb/>"The Great Fire," Times (London), Tuesday, June 25, 1861, pg. 9; Issue 23968.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BramieriLuigi" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Bramieri</surname>
<forename>Luigi</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1757-06-27"/>
<death when="1820-04-06"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>Italian</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Luigi Bramieri</persName> was an Italian writer and biographer. <persName>Dinah</persName> translated his tale
<persName ref="#Wolfenbuttel">Sophia de Wolfenbuttel</persName> in <date when="1845">1845,</date> and it became one of her
first publications with <orgName ref="#Chambers">Chambers.</orgName>
<lb/> Pino Fasano, "Bramieri, Luigi," Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani vol. 13 (1971) Web.
<!--http://www.treccani.it/enciclopedia/luigi-bramieri_(Dizionario-Biografico)/--></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Brassington" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Brassington</surname>
</persName>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Brassington</persName> was an acquaintance of <persName ref="#MulockBen">Ben Mulock</persName>'s from his time in
<placeName ref="#Brazil">Brazil.</placeName>
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BravenderMaria" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Bravender</surname>
<forename>Maria</forename>
</persName>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Maria Bravender</persName> was a friend of <orgName ref="#Dobell">the Dobells</orgName>. She seems to have also known
<persName ref="#DMC">Dinah</persName> and <persName ref="#MulockBen">Ben</persName>.</note>
</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="BrodieHelen" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Brodie</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Chisholm</surname>
<forename>Helen</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1817-06-11"/>
<death when="1888-08-08"/>
<occupation>Artist</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Helen Brodie</persName> was a friend of <persName>Dinah Craik</persName>'s. She was an amateur painter married to the
sculptor <persName ref="#BrodieWilliam">William Brodie.</persName> The Brodies and their children lived in
<placeName>Aberdeen,</placeName>
<placeName ref="#Scotland">Scotland.</placeName>
<lb/> "Brodie, William (1815–1881), ODNB.<lb/> Ancestry.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BrodieWilliam" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Brodie</surname>
<forename>William</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1815-01-22"/>
<death when="1881-10-30"/>
<occupation>Artist</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Mr. Brodie</persName> was married to <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah</persName>'s friend, <persName ref="#BrodieHelen"
>Helen.</persName> He was a talented sculptor and a member of the <orgName>Royal Scottish Academy.</orgName>
<persName>Dinah</persName>'s husband <persName ref="#CraikGeorge">George</persName> seems to have admired
<persName>William</persName> and his works, as he included <persName>Brodie</persName>'s name and image in a scrapbook of
notable British artists and writers from the 1860s.<lb/> ODNB.<lb/> "Scrapbook," TypPh 805.63.3035, Houghton Library, Harvard
University, Cambridge, MA. </note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BronteCharlotte" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Nicholls</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Brontë</surname>
<forename>Charlotte</forename>
<addName type="pseudonym">Currer Bell</addName>
</persName>
<birth when="1816-04-21"/>
<death when="1855-03-31"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Charlotte Brontë is a celebrated novelist of the Victorian period, best known for her
novel, <title ref="#JaneEyre">Jane Eyre</title>.<lb/> ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BrownHelen" sex="F">
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah">
<persName>Helen Brown</persName> née Littlejohn was the wife and cousin of <persName ref="#BrownSamuel">Dr. Samuel
Brown.</persName>
</note>
</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="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="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="BrownSamuel" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Brown</surname>
<forename>Samuel</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1817-02-23"/>
<death when="1856-09-20"/>
<occupation>Scientist</occupation>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah">
<persName>Dr. Samuel Brown</persName> was an apparent friend of <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah's</persName> and a well known chemist.
He also wrote and published scientific essays.<lb/> ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="BruntonTLauder" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Brunton</surname>
<forename>Thomas</forename>
<forename>Lauder</forename>
<roleName>Sir</roleName>
</persName>
<birth when="1844-03-14"/>
<death when="1916-09-16"/>
<occupation>Doctor</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah">
<persName>Sir Thomas Lauder Brunton</persName> was a physician and pharmacologist. He lectured at <orgName>Middlesex
Hospital</orgName> and <orgName>St. Bartholomew's Hospital</orgName>, and wrote <title>The Textbook of Pharmacology</title> in
<date when="1885">1885</date>. <lb/>ODNB.</note>
</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="CairdEdward" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Caird</surname>
<forename>Edward</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1835-03-23"/>
<death when="1908-11-01"/>
<occupation>Scholar</occupation>
<occupation>Education</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah">
<persName>Edward Caird</persName> was Professor of Moral Philosophy at <orgName>the University of Glasgow</orgName>, and master
of <orgName>Balliol College</orgName>, <orgName ref="#Oxford">Oxford</orgName>. <lb/>ODNB.</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="CaptainAtkinson" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Atkinson</surname>
<forename>Richard</forename>
<forename>Frederick</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1850-01-06"/>
<death when="1887-07-31"/>
<nationality>Anglo-Irish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Captain Atkinson died in battle in <placeName ref="#Burma">Burma</placeName>.
<!-- Dorothy28 UCLA --></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="CarolineofWolfenbuttel" sex="F">
<persName>Caroline of Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel</persName>
<birth when="1768-05-17"/>
<death when="1821-08-07"/>
<occupation>Royalty</occupation>
<nationality>German</nationality>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah">
<persName>Caroline</persName> was queen of the <placeName ref="CraikSiteIndex.xml#England">U.K.</placeName> and <placeName
ref="CraikSiteIndex.xml#Ireland">Ireland</placeName>
<date from="1820-01" to="1821-08">from January 1820 to August 1821</date>. She was known for her dramatic behaviour and personal
life, and her refusal to be badly treated by her husband, <persName>George IV</persName>. <lb/>ODNB.</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>Clergy</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="ChambersAnne" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Chambers</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Kirkwood</surname>
<forename>Anne</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1808"/>
<death when="1863"/>
<occupation>Gentlewoman</occupation>
<residence>
<placeName ref="#DouneTerrace">1 Doune Terrace</placeName>
</residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Anne Chambers was the first wife of the publisher <persName ref="#ChambersRobert">Robert
Chambers.</persName> ODNB.</note>
<!-- Sondra Miley Cooney, "Chambers, Robert
(1802-1871)," ODNB.-->
</person>
<person xml:id="ChambersMary" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="maiden">Chambers</surname>
<surname type="married">Edwards</surname>
<forename>Mary</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1833-11-09"/>
<death when="1861-07-30"/>
<occupation>Gentlewoman</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<residence>
<placeName ref="#DouneTerrace">1 Doune Terrace</placeName>
</residence>
<note resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Mary Chambers</persName> was a daughter of <persName ref="#ChambersRobert">Robert</persName> and <persName
ref="#ChambersAnne">Anne Chambers.</persName> She married a teaching doctor named <persName>Alexander McKenzie
Edwards</persName> in <date when="1856">1856</date>, and left behind three children when she died at the age of
twenty-seven.<lb/> William Chambers, "His Last Days, Death, and Character," Memoir of Robert Chambers with Autobiographic
Reminiscences of William Chambers (New York: Scribner, Armstrong, and Co., 1872) 307, Web.
<!--KF: Available on archive.org--><lb/> "Letter from Lawson Tait to Charles Darwin, 1 March 1876," Correspondence of Charles
Darwin vol. 24, supplement 1838–1875, eds. Frederick Burkhardt and James A. Secord (Cambridge P, 1876) 28, Web.
<!--KF: Available on Google Books--><!--Ancestry--></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="ChambersRobert" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Chambers</surname>
<forename>Robert</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1802-07-10"/>
<death when="1871-03-17"/>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<residence>
<placeName ref="#DouneTerrace">1 Doune Terrace</placeName>
</residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Robert Chambers was a partner in the publishing company <orgName ref="#Chambers">W. &amp;
R. Chambers.</orgName> Dinah often visited his residence at <placeName ref="#DouneTerrace">Doune Terrace</placeName> in
<placeName ref="#Edinburgh">Edinburgh's Georgian New Town.</placeName> ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="ChambersWilliam" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Chambers</surname>
<forename>William</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1800-04-16"/>
<death when="1883-05-20"/>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">William Chambers was a partner in the publishing company <orgName ref="#Chambers">W. &amp;
R. Chambers.</orgName> ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="ChanningWilliam" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Channing</surname>
<forename>William</forename>
<forename>Ellery</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1780-04-07"/>
<death when="1842-10-02"/>
<occupation>Clergy</occupation>
<nationality>American</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>William Ellery Channing</persName> was a well-known and influential Unitarian preacher who was active in the
early-nineteenth century. <lb/>ANB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="ChapmanClara" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Chapman</surname>
<forename>Clara</forename>
</persName>
<death when="1866"/>
</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="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="ChapmanJohn" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Chapman</surname>
<forename>John</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1821-07-16"/>
<death when="1894-11-25"/>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah">
<persName>John Chapman</persName> published <persName ref="#EliotGeorge">Marian Evan's</persName> initial German translations,
and ran <title corresp="#WestminsterReview">The Westminster Review.</title> He was also known for his advocation of medical
reform and his feminist leanings. <lb/>ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="ChapmanMary" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Chapman</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Whiting</surname>
<forename>Mary</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1820" precision="low"/>
<death/>
<occupation>Gentlewoman</occupation>
<residence>
<placeName ref="#ClarevilleCottage">Clareville Cottage</placeName>
</residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Mary Chapman was married to the publisher <persName ref="#ChapmanEdward">Edward
Chapman</persName> of <orgName ref="#ChapmanHall">Chapman and Hall.</orgName> ODNB.</note>
<!-- Robert L. Patten,
"Chapman Edward (1804-1880)," ODNB.-->
</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="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="ChisholmWilliam" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Chisholm</surname>
</persName>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>William Chisholm</persName> was the father of <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah</persName>'s friend, <persName
ref="#BrodieHelen">Helen Brodie.</persName>
<lb/> Ancestry. </note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Clara" sex="F">
<persName>
<forename>Clara</forename>
</persName>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Clara was presumably one of Dinah's friends from her time at Wildwood. She accompanied
Dinah on a journey to Glasgow sometime between <date notBefore="1861" notAfter="1865">1861 and 1865</date>.</note>
<!-- Clara is mentioned in PU45 in the Princeton Parrish Collection. KB: I'm wondering if she's actually a servant if she's mentioned by first name here.-->
</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="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>Writer</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="ColonelMaurice" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Maurice</surname>
<forename>John</forename>
<forename>Frederick</forename>
<roleName>Sir</roleName>
</persName>
<birth when="1841-05-24"/>
<death when="1921-01-11"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<occupation>Civil Servant</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah">
<persName>Sir John Frederick Maurice</persName> was an army officer and military writer, as well as a Professor of Military Art
and History at <orgName>Staff College, Camberley.</orgName>
<lb/>ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="CorbettArchibald" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Corbett</surname>
<forename>Archibald</forename>
<forename>Cameron</forename>
<roleName>First Baron Rowallan</roleName>
</persName>
<birth when="1856-05-23"/>
<death when="1933-03-19"/>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#JacobiKelsey">Archibald Corbett was the son of <persName ref="#CorbettThomas">Thomas Corbett</persName>. He
also knew <persName ref="#AndersonAlexander">Alexander Anderson</persName> and they travelled in Europe together. Archibald
became a politician later in life. </note>
<!-- Mentioned in letter PU209.Kelsey Jacobi -->
</person>
<person xml:id="CorbettThomas" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Corbett</surname>
<forename>Thomas</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1822-03-23"/>
<death when="1880-04-01"/>
<occupation>Business</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#JacobiKelsey">Thomas Corbett was a <placeName ref="#Glasgow">Glasgow</placeName> merchant also known as a
philanthropist who founded many Cooking Depots.</note>
<!-- Mentioned in letter PU209. Kelsey Jacobi-->
</person>
<person xml:id="CraikDorothy" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Craik</surname>
<surname>Pilkington</surname>
<forename>Dorothy</forename>
</persName>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Dorothy Craik was Dinah's adopted daughter.</note>
</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="CraikGeorgeLillieSr" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Craik</surname>
<forename>George</forename>
<forename>Lillie</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1798"/>
<death when="1866"/>
<occupation>Writer</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="CraikGeorgiana" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Craik</surname>
<forename>Georgiana</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1831"/>
<death when="1895"/>
<occupation>Writer</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="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="CraikJames" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Craik</surname>
<forename>James</forename>
<roleName>Reverend</roleName>
</persName>
<birth when="1802"/>
<death when="1870"/>
<occupation>Clergy</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="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="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="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="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="CraikMarion" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Craik</surname>
<forename>Marion</forename>
<forename>Mitchell</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1799-06-02"/>
<occupation>Gentlewoman</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Marion Craik</persName> was the younger sister of <persName ref="#CraikGeorgeLillieSr">George Lillie Craik.</persName>
She was <rs type="person" ref="#CraikGeorge">
<persName ref="#DMC">Dinah</persName>'s husband</rs>'s aunt. <lb/>
<!--Ancestry-->
</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="CromekRobert" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Cromek</surname>
<forename>Robert</forename>
<forename>Hartley</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1770"/>
<death when="1812"/>
<occupation>Artist</occupation>
<occupation>Editor</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note resp="#FukushimaKailey" type="bio">
<persName>Robert Cromeck</persName> was an engraver, editor, and art dealer who worked closely with <persName ref="#BlakeWilliam"
>William Blake.</persName>
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="CroslandCamillaDufour" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Crosland</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Toulmin</surname>
<forename>Camila</forename>
<forename>Dufour</forename>
<addName>Mrs. Newton Crosland</addName>
</persName>
<birth when="1812-06-09"/>
<death when="1895-02-16"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Camila Dufour Crosland</persName> was a writer and a good friend of <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah's.</persName> They
attended <persName ref="#LoudonJane">Jane Loudon</persName>'s and <persName ref="#HallAnnaMaria">Anna Maria Hall</persName>'s
literary soirées together during <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah</persName>'s early years in <placeName ref="#London"
>London.</placeName>
<persName ref="#DMC">Dinah</persName> was her bridesmaid in <date when="1848">1848.</date>
<lb/> ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="CummingsClara" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="maiden">Hobbs</surname>
<surname type="Cummings">Cummings</surname>
<forename>Clara</forename>
<forename>Anne</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1834-05-14"/>
<death when="1914-02" precision="high"/>
<!--KF: Buried 7 Feb 1914-->
<occupation>Gentlewoman</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Clara Cummings</persName> was married to the singer <persName ref="#CummingsWilliamHayman">W. H. Cummings.</persName>
<persName ref="#DMC">Dinah</persName> admired <persName ref="#CummingsWilliamHayman">Cummings</persName> and seemed to be
amicable with <rs type="person">his wife.</rs>
<lb/> ODNB.<lb/>
<!--Ancestry-->
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="CummingsWilliamHayman" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Cummings</surname>
<forename>William</forename>
<forename>Hayman</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1831-08-22"/>
<death when="1915-06-06"/>
<occupation>Musician</occupation>
<occupation>Education</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<residence>
<placeName ref="#BrackleyVillas">Brackley Villas</placeName>
</residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>W. H. Cummings</persName> was a well-known English singer and music teacher. He taught at <orgName>the Royal Normal
School</orgName> and <orgName>the School for the Blind</orgName>, and later became the principal of the <orgName>Guildhall
School of Music.</orgName>
<persName ref="#DMC">Dinah's</persName> extant letters suggest that she befriended <persName>Cummings</persName> later in her
life – probably in <date notBefore="1870" notAfter="1879">the 1870s</date>. She considered him a very talented singer. She sent
him songs in the mail, introduced him to people in her literary network, and notified him of up-and-coming musical talents.
<lb/>ODNB.</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>Artist</occupation>
<occupation>Writer</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="CunninghamAllan" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Cunningham</surname>
<forename>Allan</forename>
<addName>Hidallan</addName>
</persName>
<birth when="1784-12-07"/>
<death when="1842-10-29"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note type="bio">
<persName>Allan Cunningham</persName> was a Romantic poet and songwriter. <persName>Dinah</persName> advised <persName
ref="#GilchristAlexander">Alexander Gilchrist</persName> to cut a section about <persName>Cunningham</persName> and his
publishing relationships from the <title corresp="#LifeofWilliamBlake">biography of William Blake.</title>
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="CupplesGeorge" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Cupples</surname>
<forename>George</forename>
</persName>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<birth when="1822"/>
<death when="1891"/>
<note resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>George Cupples</persName> was a Scottish writer who specialized in nautical novels. <persName>Dinah</persName> reviewed
his novel <title ref="#HerbertsPrize">Herbert's Prize</title> for publication by <orgName ref="#Macmillan">Macmillan.</orgName>
<lb/> "George Cupples Author Information," <title>The Circulating Library: a Database of Victorian Fiction, 1837-1901,</title>
Web. <!--http://www.victorianresearch.org/atcl/show_author.php?aid=55--><lb/> "The Author of 'the Green Hand'," <title>Book News:
an Illustrated Magazine of Literature and Books</title> volume 9 (1890-1891): 452-453, Web.
<!--https://books.google.ca/books?id=M2xPAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA452&lpg=PA452&dq=George+Cupples+novelist&source=bl&ots=kMFto1mqH9&sig=S1mRpqJYAVx6Bwzg4oepEByKfvc&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj8__2i_ZfSAhVC7WMKHcWIBl4Q6AEIPzAH#v=onepage&q=George%20Cupples%20novelist&f=false--></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Daldy" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Daldy</surname>
<forename>Frederic</forename>
<forename>Richard</forename>
<addName>Frederick</addName>
</persName>
<birth when="1825"/>
<death when="1905-02-05"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<occupation>Publisher</occupation>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">F. R. Daldy was a publisher who was part of <orgName ref="#DaldyIsbisterCo"> Daldy, Isbister
and Co.</orgName>
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="Davidson" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Davidson</surname>
<forename/>
</persName>
<note type="bio" resp="#BourrierKaren">Davidson appears to be a friend of Craik's from Wemyss Bay.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="DeMorganAlice" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>De Morgan</surname>
<forename>Elizabeth</forename>
<forename>Alice</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1838-06-04"/>
<death when="1853-12-23"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Alice De Morgan</persName> was the eldest child of <persName ref="#DeMorganAugustus">Augustus</persName> and <persName
ref="#DeMorganSophia">Sophia De Morgan.</persName> In <date when="1853">1853</date>, at the age of 15, Alice died of a cold
following a severe case of the measles. <lb/>Marilyn Marilyn Pemberton, "The Fifties and Sixties: Sisters, Dead and Live," Out of
the Shadows: The Life and Works of Mary De Morgan (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2012)
32-46.<!--Google Books--></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="DeMorganAugustus" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>De Morgan</surname>
<forename>Augustus</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1806-06-27"/>
<death when="1871-03-18"/>
<occupation>Education</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Augustus De Morgan</persName> was a mathemetician, historian, and a well-known professor at the <orgName
ref="#LondonUniversity">University of London.</orgName> He and his family lived in <placeName ref="#HampsteadHeath">Hampstead
Heath.</placeName>
<lb/> ODNB.<lb/> Marilyn Pemberton, "Influences, Inspirations, and Expectations," Out of the Shadows: The Life and Works of Mary
De Morgan (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2012) 9-13, Web.
<!--https://books.google.ca/books?id=orgwBwAAQBAJ&lpg=PA8&dq=Mary%20De%20Morgan&pg=PA14#v=onepage&q=Mary%20De%20Morgan&f=false--></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="DeMorganSophia" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">De Morgan</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Frend</surname>
<forename>Sophia</forename>
<forename>Elizabeth</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1809"/>
<death when="1892"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<occupation>Social Reformer</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Sophia De Morgan</persName> was <persName ref="#DeMorganAugustus">Professor Augustus De Morgan's wife.</persName>
<persName>Sophia</persName> was a keen supporter of women's higher education and women's suffrage, campaigned on behalf of the
poor, and supported the anti-slavery lobby. She wrote social tracts on these subjects, but was better known in the literary world
for her works on nineteenth-century spiritualism such as <title>"From Matter to Spirit."</title>
<lb/> ODNB.<lb/> Marilyn Marilyn Pemberton, "Influences, Inspirations, and Expectations," Out of the Shadows: The Life and Works
of Mary De Morgan (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2012) 14-31, Web.
<!--https://books.google.ca/books?id=orgwBwAAQBAJ&lpg=PA8&dq=Mary%20De%20Morgan&pg=PA14#v=onepage&q=Mary%20De%20Morgan&f=false--></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>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>French</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Dinah translated works by Henriette Guizot de Witt and her father <persName
ref="#GuizotFrancois">François Guizot.</persName>
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="DickensCharles" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Dickens</surname>
<forename>Charles</forename>
<forename>John</forename>
<forename>Huffman</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1812-02-07"/>
<death when="1870-06-09"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">Charles Dickens is English novelist who is still widely read and celebrated in the
twenty-first century. He is known for his astute criticisms of Victorian social conditions in novels such as <title>Bleak
House</title>. ODNB</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="DixonAlice" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Dixon</surname>
<forename>Alice</forename>
</persName>
<note resp="#AndersonHannah">
<persName ref="#DixonAlice">Alice Dixon</persName> might have been one of <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah's</persName> many goddaughters.<lb/>
<!--KF: Dinah definitely had a goddaughter named Alice. It seems likely that it was Alice Dixon because of the way Dinah talks about their relationship, but we have not yet confirmed this.-->
</note>
</person>
<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, London</placeName>
</residence>
<residence from="1842" to="1845">
<placeName>8 Southampton Row, London</placeName>
</residence>
<residence when="1845-05">
<placeName ref="#MabledonPlace">4 Mabledon Place, London</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, London</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, London</placeName>
</residence>
<residence from="1853-04" to="1855">
<placeName ref="#TorrianoAvenue">Torriano Avenue, London</placeName>
</residence>
<residence from="1855" to="1857">
<placeName ref="#Lynover">Lynover Cottage, Kilburne Londn</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, Hampstead Heath, London</placeName>
</residence>
<residence from="1859-02-26" to="1863">
<placeName ref="#Wildwood">Wildwood, Hampstead Heath, London</placeName>
</residence>
<residence from="1863" to="1865">
<placeName ref="#WemyssBay">Wemyss Bay</placeName>
</residence>
<residence from="1865" to="1866">
<placeName ref="#UpperTooting">Upper Tooting, London</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, Dover</placeName>
</residence>
</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="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="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="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="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="#DobellMary">Mary Alice Dobell</persName> married <persName ref="#RiviereBriton">Briton
Riviere</persName>.</desc>
</event>
</person>
<person xml:id="DobellNora" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Dobell</surname>
<forename>Nora</forename>
</persName>
</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="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="DoreGustave" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Dore</surname>
<forename>Gustave</forename>
</persName>
<birth/>
<death/>
<occupation>Artist</occupation>
</person>
<person xml:id="DoyneThomas" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Doyne</surname>
<forename>William</forename>
<forename>Thomas</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1823-04"/>
<death when="1877-09-29"/>
<occupation>Engineer</occupation>
<nationality>Irish</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah">
<persName>Superintendent-General William Thomas Doyne</persName> was a railway engineer and Consulting Engineer to the Government
of Western <placeName ref="#Australia">Australia</placeName>. He was also <persName ref="#MulockBen">Ben Mulock's</persName>
superior officer during his time with the <orgName ref="#AWC">Army Works Corps</orgName> in the <placeName ref="#Crimea"
>Crimea.</placeName>
<lb/>ADNB. </note>
</person>
<person xml:id="DrCumming" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Cumming</surname>
</persName>
<note resp="#FukushimaKailey"/>
</person>
<person xml:id="DrSimpson" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Simpson</surname>
<forename>James</forename>
<forename>Young</forename>
<roleName>Sir</roleName>
</persName>
<birth when="1811-06-07"/>
<death when="1870-05-06"/>
<occupation>Doctor</occupation>
<nationality>Scottish</nationality>
<note resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Sir James Young Simpson</persName> was a distinguished Scottish obstetrician. He is famous for being the first to
discover the use chloroform as an anaesthetic in <date when="1847">1847</date>. <persName>Dr. Simpson</persName> was apparently
an old friend of <persName ref="#DrStorrar">Dr. Storrar's</persName> – the man who gave <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah</persName>
away at her wedding.<lb/> John Duns, ed., "Letters of Codolence," Memoir of Sir James Y. Simpson, Bart., M.D., (Edinburgh:
Edmonston &amp; Douglas, 1873) 535, Web. <!--Google Books--></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="DrStorrar" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Storrar</surname>
<forename>John</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1811-12-29"/>
<death when="1886-03-06"/>
<occupation>Doctor</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Dr. John Storrar</persName> was a close friend of <persName ref="#DMC">Dinah's</persName> who worked as an M.D. and sat
on the senate of <orgName ref="#LondonUniversity">the University of London.</orgName> He stood in for <persName
ref="#MulockThomas">her father</persName> and gave her away at her wedding in <date when="1865">1865.</date>
<lb/> Reade, The Mellards &amp; Their Descendents, 88.<lb/> "Obituary," Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year
1886 vol. 128, ed. Edmund Burke (London: Rivingtons, 1887) 133, Web. <!--Google Books--><!--Ancestry--></note>
</person>
<person xml:id="DrWilkinson" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Wilkinson</surname>
<forename/>
</persName>
<birth when="1812-06-03"/>
<death when="1899-10-18"/>
<occupation>Doctor</occupation>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<occupation>Editor</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Dr. Garth Wilkinson</persName> was a distinguished homeopathic physician who lived and practiced in <persName
ref="#HampsteadHeath">Hampstead.</persName> In additon to his medical practice, Wilkinson was a writer, translator, and editor
of medical, philisophical, and mystical texts. He was widely-known as an expert on the Swedish philisophical writer,
<persName>Emanuel Swedenborg.</persName>
<lb/> ODNB.<lb/> Richard Lines, "James John Garth Wilkinson 1812-1899: Author, Physician, Swedenborgian," Bloomsbury Project,
Conference Proceedings 2009, http://www.ucl.ac.uk/bloomsbury-project/articles/events/conference2009/lines.pdf, accessed 30 May
2017. </note>
</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="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="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="DyasonJane" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Dyason</surname>
<forename>Jane</forename>
<forename>Frances</forename>
</persName>
<occupation>Servant</occupation>
<birth when="1839"/>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Mrs. Dyason was the housekeeper that took care of Dinah's home in <placeName ref="#Dover"
>Dover.</placeName>
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="DyasonLouisa" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Dyason</surname>
<forename>Louisa</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1858"/>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Louisa Dyason was the daughter of <persName ref="#DyasonJane">Jane,</persName> the housekeeper
in charge of Dinah's home in <placeName ref="#Dover">Dover.</placeName>
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="DyasonMaude" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Dyason</surname>
<forename>Maude</forename>
<forename>Elizabeth</forename>
</persName>
<occupation>Servant</occupation>
<death when="1872"/>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Maude Dyason was the daughter of <persName ref="#DyasonJane">Jane,</persName> the housekeeper
in charge of Dinah's home in <placeName ref="#Dover">Dover.</placeName>
</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="EastlakeCharles" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Eastlake</surname>
<forename>Charles</forename>
<forename>Lock</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1793-11-17"/>
<death when="1865-12-24"/>
<occupation>Artist</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#FukushimaKailey">
<persName>Sir Charles Eastlake</persName> was a pre-eminent British painter, art historian, and art commissioner. Beginning in
<date when="1850">1850</date>, he was the President of the <orgName ref="#RoyalAcademy">Royal Academy.</orgName> Five years
later, he was made the first director of the <placeName>National Gallery.</placeName>
<lb/> ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="EastlakeMary" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Eastlake</surname>
<forename>Mary</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1856"/>
<death when="1911"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<occupation>Actor</occupation>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Mary Eastlake was a British actress.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="EastlakeMiss" sex="F">
<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="EdenHoratia" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Eden</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Gatty</surname>
<forename>Horatia</forename>
<forename>Katharine</forename>
<forename>Frances</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1846"/>
<death when="1945"/>
<occupation>Editor</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah">
<persName>Horatia Katharine Frances Eden née Gatty</persName> was the editor of <title corresp="#AuntJudy">Aunt Judy's
Magazine</title>, which she took over from her mother <persName ref="#GattyMargaret">Margaret Gatty</persName> following her
death in <date when="1873-10-04">1873</date>. She assumed sole control when her sister <persName ref="#EwingJuliana">Juliana
Ewing</persName> stepped down in <date when="1875">1875</date>. She also published a memorial of <rs type="person"
ref="#EwingJuliana">her sister's</rs> life and works. <lb/>ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="EdwynMartin" sex="M">
<note type="bio" resp="CraikSiteIndex.xml#GivogueStevensonLecia">Edwyn Martin was a daily tutor. He was quite ill, and asked
<persName ref="CraikSiteIndex.xml#DMC">Dinah</persName> for a loan in <date when="1859">1859</date>.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="EliotGeorge" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Evans</surname>
<forename>Marian</forename>
<addName>
<surname>Eliot</surname>
<forename>George</forename>
</addName>
</persName>
<birth when="1819-11-22"/>
<death when="1880-12-22"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<residence>
<placeName ref="#NorthBankPriory">The Priory</placeName>
</residence>
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah">
<persName>Marian Evans</persName> worked as a translator, journalist, literary critic, and writer, often under her pseudonym,
<persName>George Eliot</persName>. She was also the anonymous editor of <persName ref="#ChapmanJohn">John Chapman's</persName>
<title corresp="CraikSiteIndex.xml#WestminsterReview">Westminster Review</title>. Her first full length novel was <title>Adam
Bede</title>, published in <date when="1859-02"> 1859</date>. She needed the protection of a pseudonym due to her infamy as a
reviewer and critic in the <title>Westminster Review,</title> her well-known affairs with <persName ref="#LewesGeorgeHenry"
>Lewes</persName> and others. <lb/>ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="ElliottMartha" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname>Elliott</surname>
<forename>Martha</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1833"/>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<occupation>Servant</occupation>
<note type="bio" resp="#ParkerJanice">Martha Elliott was a servant of Dinah's aunts in Bath.</note>
<!-- JP: In the 1861 Census of England she was
listed as being 28 years of age and a House Servant. In the 1871 Census she was listed as 36 years of age, from Bath, and a Domestic Servant.-->
</person>
<person xml:id="EwingJuliana" sex="F">
<persName>
<surname type="married">Ewing</surname>
<surname type="maiden">Gatty</surname>
<forename>Juliana</forename>
<forename>Horatia</forename>
<addName>Judy</addName>
</persName>
<birth when="1841-08-03"/>
<death when="1885-05-13"/>
<occupation>Writer</occupation>
<nationality>English</nationality>
<note type="bio" resp="#AndersonHannah">
<persName>Juliana Horatia Ewing née Gatty</persName> was a celebrated children's author, well-known for her folktales and moral
stories. She edited and contributed to <title corresp="#AuntJudy">Aunt Judy's Magazine</title>
<date from="1873" to="1875">from 1873 to 1875</date>. She spent two years in <placeName>Fredricton, New Brunswick</placeName>
when <rs type="person">her military husband</rs> was posted to <placeName>Canada</placeName>.<lb/>ODNB.</note>
</person>
<person xml:id="FairholtFrederickWilliam" sex="M">
<persName>
<surname>Fairholt</surname>
<forename>Frederick</forename>
<forename>William</forename>
</persName>
<birth when="1813-07-18"/>
<death when="1866-04-03"/>
<occupation>Artist</oc