Author. Born in Liverpool; lived in Shrewsbury, 1818–29; lived in Thorpe, near Norwich, 1829–42; thereafterlived in London 1842. Contributed fiction and social articles to numerous periodicals under the pen-name "Silverpen". Her novels include Struggles for fame (1845), Mainstone's housekeeper (1860), and Lady Herbert's gentlewoman (1862). Published a number of works about the Wedgwoods including a two-volume life of Josiah Wedgwood (1865–6), and The Wedgwood handbook (1875).
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