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  • Last name begins with: S
  • Sabine, Charles (1796-1859), of Oswestry, writer of religious books and verse.
  • Salvini, Tommaso (1829–1915), Italian actor. In AB-5.
  • Sand, George, see Dudevant, Amantine Lucile Aurore.
  • Sandeau, Léonard Sylvain Jules (1811–83), French author of political and social satire.
  • Sandford, Jane Catherine Wills- (1818–95), correspondent. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-5, AB-6.
  • Sandford, William Graham (1834–84), diplomat. In AB-4, AB-5.
  • Sandford, William Robert Wills- ( Wills, 1779–1859), wealthy landowner of Castlerea, co. Roscommon. In AB–3.
  • Sartoris, Adelaide (née Kemble, 1815–79), singer and author. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-5, AB-6.
  • Sartoris, Edward John (1814–88), British landowner and Liberal politician of French ancestry.
  • Sartoris, Mary (“May”) Theodosia (1845–1925), dau. of Edward Sartoris and his wife, Adelaide.
  • Saville, Helena, see Faucit, Helena.
  • Scarlett, Peter Campbell (1804–81), diplomatist.
  • Scheffer, Ary (1795–1858), Dutch painter. In AB–3.
  • Schiller, Friedrich von (1759–1805), German poet and philosopher.
  • Schloss, Albert (1804–71), publisher of Schloss’s English Bijou Almanac.
  • Schwabe, Julie (née Schwabe, 1818–96), German-born philanthropist and educationalist. In AB-4, AB-5, AB-6.
  • Schwartz, Marie Esperance von (1818–99), (pseud. Elpis Melena), Anglo-German writer. In AB-4.
  • Scott, Robert (1811–87), Master of Balliol College (1854–70), and Dean of Rochester (1870–87).
  • Scott, Walter (1771–1832), poet and novelist.
  • Scott, William Bell (1811–90), poet and painter. In AB-6.
  • Scully, Catherine (1803–76), eldest dau. of Dr. William Scully (1778–1842), who cared for EBB after the death of Dr. Robert Fitzwilliam de Barry Barry (1817–39).
  • Sedgwick, Catherine Maria (1789–1867), American author.
  • Selwyn, Eliza Berry (née Peyton, 1827–1907), Hope End neighbour. In AB-7.
  • Seward, Anna (1742–1809), poet.
  • Sewell, Elizabeth Missing (1815–1906), writer. In AB-4.

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