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  • Eagles, John (1783–1855), art critic and poet.
  • Easthope, Elizabeth (née Skyring, formerly Langley, 1802–65), translator of travel writings.In AB–3, AB–4.
  • Eastlake, Charles Lock (1793–1865), painter and art administrator. In AB-5.
  • Eastlake, Elizabeth (née Rigby, 1809–93), Lady Eastlake, journalist and writer on art. Married (1849) Charles Lock Eastlake, knighted in 1850. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-6.
  • Eastnor, Lady, see Cocks, Lady Caroline Harriet.
  • Eastnor, Lord, see Cocks, John Somers (1788–1852).
  • Eastwick, William Joseph (1808–89), director of the East India Company (1849–58) and a member of the first India Council. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-5.
  • Eaton, Elizabeth (“Ibbit”) Jane (née Hedley, 1834–1909), EBB’s cousin and wife of Charles Ormston Eaton.
  • Eckley, David, III (1849–81), son of David Eckley and his wife, Sophia May (née Tuckerman). Childhood friend of Pen Browning.
  • Eckley, David, Jr. (1820–95), wealthy Bostonian. He and his family lived many years in Europe. In AB-4.
  • Eckley, Sophia May (née Tuckerman, 1823–74), wealthy American, friend and correspondent. In AB-5. See biographical sketch.
  • Eden, Emily (1797–1869), dau. of William Eden, 1st Baron Auckland, writer.
  • Edgeworth, Maria (1768–1849), novelist and educationist.
  • Edmonds, John Worth (1799–1874), New York Supreme Court Justice and author.
  • Elgin, Lady, see Bruce, Elizabeth.
  • Elgin, Lord, see Bruce, Thomas.
  • Eliot, George, see Evans, Mary Ann.
  • Elizabeth I (1533–1603), queen of England and Ireland.
  • Ella, John (1802–88), violinist and conductor.
  • Elliot, Margaret (1827–1901), eldest dau. of Gilbert Elliot, Dean of Bristol Cathedral. In AB-5, AB-6.
  • Elliotson, John (1791–1868), physician and mesmerist.
  • Elliott, Ebenezer (1781–1849), poet and bar-iron merchant.
  • Ellis, Sarah (née Stickney, 1799–1872), writer and educationist.
  • Emerson, Ralph Waldo (1803–82), American philosopher and poet.
  • Empson, Charles (1774–1861), fine art dealer. In AB-4.

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