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  • Last name begins with: C
  • Cowley, Abraham (1618–67), poet.
  • Cowper, Francis Thomas de Grey (1834–1905), Lord Fordwich, 7th Earl Cowper, politician and landowner. In AB-3.
  • Cowper, Georgina (née Tollemache, afterwards Cowper-Temple, 1822-1901), later (1880) Lady Mount-Temple, wife of William Francis Cowper. In AB-4.
  • Cowper, William (1731–1800), poet and letter-writer.
  • Cowper, William Francis (afterwards Cowper-Temple, 1811-88), later (1880) 1st Baron Mount-Temple, politician. In AB-5, AB-6.
  • Craig, Isabella (afterwards Knox, 1831–1903), poet and campaigner for women’s rights.
  • Craik, Dinah Maria (née Mulock, 1826–87), writer. In AB–3, AB–4.
  • Cranch, Christopher Pearse (1813–92), American writer and artist. In AB-3, AB-4.
  • Cranch, Elizabeth (née De Windt, 1819–98), American correspondent.
  • Crawford Louisa (née Ward, later Terry, 1823–97), wife of Thomas Crawford (1814–57), American sculptor. In AB-4.
  • Crawford, Thomas (1814–57), American sculptor.
  • Crewe, Frances Caroline (née Jenney, 1808–86), wife of the Rev. Henry Robert Crewe ( Harpur).
  • Cromwell, Oliver (1599–1658), lord protector of England, Scotland, and Ireland.
  • Crosland, Camilla Dufour (née Toulmin, 1812–95), writer. In AB-2, AB-3, AB-4.
  • Crosse, Andrew (1784–1855), electrician.
  • Crow, Elizabeth (afterwards Treherne, 1817–86), EBB’s lady’s maid at Wimpole Street.
  • Curtis, George William (1824–92), American author and journalist.
  • Curzon, George Henry Roper- (1798–1889), 16th Baron Teynham, Baptist minister.
  • Cushman, Charlotte Saunders (1816–76), American actress. In AB-2, AB-3, AB-4, AB-5.
  • Cust, Henry Francis (later, 1861, Cockayne-Cust, 1819–84), eldest son of Henry Cockayne Cust, Canon of Windsor.
  • Cust, Lady Marianne (“Marian”) Margaret (née Compton, 1817–88), Viscountess Alford, known as Lady Marian Alford, widow of John Hume Cust (1812–51), Viscount Alford. Artist, art patron, and author. In AB-4, AB-5, AB-6.
  • Cust, Sarah Jane (née Cookson, formaly Streatfeild, afterwards Cockayne-Cust, 1821–67), correspondent. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-5. See biographical sketch.
  • Cuthbert, Mary (née Cookson, 1821–93), Sarah Jane Streatfeild’s twin sister. In AB-5.

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