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  • Last name begins with: C
  • Clark, Thomas March (1812–1903), Bishop of Rhode Island.
  • Clarke, Adam (1762–1832), Wesleyan Methodist minister and scholar.
  • Clarke, Anna (née Huidekoper, 1814–97), wife of James Freeman Clarke.
  • Clarke, Arabella Graham- (née Altham, 1755–1827), EBB’s maternal grandmother. See biographical sketch.
  • Clarke, Arabella Sarah Graham- (1785–1869), EBB’s maternal aunt. In AB-1. See biographical sketch.
  • Clarke, Eliot Channing (1845–1921), son of James Freeman Clarke and his wife Anna (née Huidekoper).
  • Clarke, Herman Huidekoper (1840–49), first born child of James Freeman Clarke and his wife, Anna (née Huidekoper).
  • Clarke, Isabella Horatia Graham- (née Butler, 1822–46), EBB’s cousin.
  • Clarke, James Freeman (1810–88), American Unitarian minister.
  • Clarke, James Graham- (1791–1859), EBB’s maternal uncle. See biographical sketch.
  • Clarke, John Altham Graham- (1782–1862), EBB’s uncle. See biographical sketch. In AB-4, AB-5.
  • Clarke, John Altham Graham- (1813–97), EBB’s cousin.
  • Clarke, Leonard Edmund Graham- (1817–83), EBB’s cousin.
  • Clarke, Mary Elizabeth Graham- (née Parkinson, 1787–1852), EBB’s aunt.
  • Clarke, Sara Jane (afterwards Lippincott, 1823–1904), (pseud. “Grace Greenwood”), American poet and journalist.
  • Clarke, Sarah Anne Freeman (1808–96), American landscape painter and portraitist. In AB–3, AB–4.
  • Cliffe, Eliza Wilhelmina (afterwards Giles, 1810–48), EBB’s Hope End neighbour. In AB-1.
  • Cliffe, Elizabeth (née Deane, d. 1850, aged 70), Hope End neighbour.
  • Clive, Caroline (née Wigley, afterwards Meysey-Wigley, 1801–73), (pseud. “V”), novelist and poet. In AB-5.
  • Clough, Arthur Hugh (1819–61), scholar and poet. In AB-3, AB-4.
  • Cobbe, Frances Power (1822–1904), writer and campaigner for women’s rights.
  • Cobden, Richard (1804–65), manufacturer and politician.
  • Cockayne-Cust, Henry Francis, see Cust, Henry Francis.
  • Cockayne-Cust, Sarah Jane (née Cookson, formerly Streatfeild, afterwards Cust, 1821–67), correspondent. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-5. See biographical sketch.
  • Cockell, Elizabeth Katharine (1799–1863), correspondent of EBB.

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