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  • Shakespeare, William (1564–1616), playwright and poet.
  • Shaw, Anna Blake (afterwards Curtis, 1836–1923), eldest dau. of Francis George Shaw and his wife, Sarah.
  • Shaw, Francis George (1809–82), American philanthropist and abolitionist.
  • Shaw, Sarah Blake (née Sturgis, 1815–1902), American correspondent. In AB-3, AB-4.
  • Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft (née Godwin, 1797–1851), writer.
  • Shelley, Percy Bysshe (1792–1822), poet.
  • Shepard, Ann Adaline (“Ada”), (1835–74), American governess and tutor of the Hawthorne children in Europe (1857–59).
  • Shepherd, Lady Mary (née Primrose, 1777–1847), philosopher, dau. of the 3rd Earl of Rosebery.
  • Sheridan, Richard Brinsley (1751–1816), Irish playwright and politician.
  • Shore, Louisa Catherine (1824–95), poet and writer. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-5.
  • Siddal, Elizabeth Eleanor (née Siddall, afterwards Rossetti, 1829–62), painter.
  • Siddons, Sarah (née Kemble, 1755–1831), actress.
  • Sidmouth, Viscountess, see Addington, Mary Anne.
  • Sidney, Philip (1554–86), author and courtier.
  • Sigourney, Lydia Howard (née Huntley, 1791–1865), American author and editor. In AB-1, AB-3, AB-4.
  • Silverthorne, Christiana Matilda (née Wiedeman, d. 1859), RB’s aunt.
  • Silverthorne, Edward Christian (1844–1906), RB’s cousin. In AB-3.
  • Silverthorne, James (1809–52), RB’s cousin.
  • Simeon, John (1815–70), politician and naval officer. In AB-5.
  • Skelton, John (1831–97), (pseud. “Shirley”), Scottish lawyer, writer, and administrator. In AB-4, AB-5.
  • Skerrett, Marianne (1793–1887), Queen Victoria’s principal dresser.
  • Slack, Ardern Hulme (1830–89), shipping, insurance, and commission agent. In AB-4.
  • Smith, Alexander (1829–67), poet and essayist.
  • Smith, Annie Egerton (b. Ann Elisa Egerton Smith, 1821–77), 2nd dau. of Egerton Smith (1774–1841) and his wife, Margaret (née Wood, 1796–1866). In AB-5.
  • Smith, Barbara Leigh (afterwards Bodichon, 1827–91), artist and women’s activist.

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