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  • Last name begins with: B
  • Boyd, Ann (née Lowry, d. 1834, aged 47), wife of Hugh Stuart Boyd.
  • Boyd, Ann Henrietta (afterwards Hayes, 1811–1901), only child of Hugh Stuart Boyd. See biographical sketch.
  • Boyd, Hugh Stuart (1781–1848), Greek scholar. In AB-1. See biographical sketch.
  • Boyle, Carolina Amelia (née Poyntz, 1773–1851), mother of Carolina Boyle and Mary Louisa Boyle.
  • Boyle, Hon. Mary Louisa (1810–90), writer. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-5, AB-6.
  • Brabazon, Letitia (1839–56), Julia Martin’s grand-niece.
  • Bracken, Annette Emma (afterwards Frascheri, 1834–98), Isa Blagden’s cousin.
  • Bracken, Mary Egerton (née Smith, 1819–99), dau. of Egerton Smith, proprietor of the Liverpool Mercury newspaper. She married (1839) John Bracken (1805–50), younger brother of Thomas Bracken and uncle of Isa Blagden. In AB-4, AB-5, AB-6.
  • Bracken, William (1809–91), Bengal Civil Servant (1827–45). Younger brother of Thomas Bracken and uncle of Isa Blagden. In AB-4.
  • Bracken, William (“Willy”) Stewart Egerton (1849–87), son of Mary Egerton Bracken and friend of Pen Browning.
  • Bradney, Joseph (1796–1868), curate of All Saints’, Sidmouth.
  • Brailsford, William (1812–91), poet and librarian.
  • Brand, Barbarina (née Ogle, formerly Wilmot, 1768–1854), Lady Dacre, poet and playwright. Married (1819) Thomas Brand, 20th Baron Dacre.
  • Braun, Anne, (née Thomson, 1810–63), correspondent. In AB-3, AB-4. See biographical sketch.
  • Braun, August Emil (1809–56), German archaeologist.
  • Bremer, Fredrika (1801–65), Swedish writer and feminist activist.
  • Breteuil, François Victor Le Tonnelier de (1686–1743), French minister of war under Louis XV.
  • Brett, John (1831–1902), landscape and marine painter. In AB-4, AB-5, AB-6.
  • Brewster, David (1781–1868), natural philosopher and academic administrator.
  • Brice, Charlotte Louisa Susanna (née Agassiz, 1822–1900), friend of Isa Blagden and EBB. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-5.
  • Bridel, Louis (1813–66), Swiss preacher.
  • Bridell, Eliza Florance (“Tottie”), (née Fox, afterwards Fox-Bridell, 1823–1903), painter, and advocate for women’s rights. In AB-4, AB-5.
  • Bridell, Frederick Lee (1830–63), landscape painter. In AB-4.
  • Bridell-Fox, Eliza Florance (“Tottie”), (née Fox, formerly Bridell, 1823–1903), painter and advocate for women’s rights. In AB-4, AB-5.
  • Brimley, George (1819–57), essayist and librarian.

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