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  • Last name begins with: T
  • Taglioni, Marie (1804–84), dancer.
  • Talfourd, Field (1809–74), portrait painter. In AB-2, AB-4, AB-5
  • Talfourd, Francis (1828–62), lawyer, author, barrister, and dramatist.
  • Talfourd, Rachel (née Rutt, 1793–1875), lovable eccentric, wife of Thomas Noon Talfourd.
  • Talfourd, Thomas Noon (1795–1854), writer, judge, and politician. In AB-2. See biographical sketch.
  • Tallmadge, Nathaniel Pitcher (1795–1864), American author and senator.
  • Tappan, Caroline (née Sturgis, 1818–88), American author and wife of William Aspinwall Tappan.
  • Tassinari, Alice Isolina Gaspera (afterwards Johnson-Danyell, 1848–1911), dau. of Giovanni Tassinari.
  • Tassinari, Mary Amalia (née Thornton, 1819–95), wife of Giovanni Tassinari.
  • Tasso, Torquato (1544–95), Italian poet.
  • Taylor, Bayard (1825-78), American travel writer and poet.
  • Taylor, Clementia (née Doughty, 1810–1908), women’s activist.
  • Taylor, Henry (1800–86), poet and public servant. In AB-5.
  • Taylor, Kerenhappuch (afterwards Sweetman, 1824?–80), Miss Mitford’s maid, better known as “K”.
  • Taylor, Tom (1817–80), playwright and comic writer. In AB-5, AB-6.
  • Temple, Emily Mary (“Amelia”), (née Lamb, formerly Cowper, 1787-1869), Lady Palmerston, politicial and social hostess, 2nd wife of Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston. In AB-4, AB-5.
  • Temple, Henry John (1784–1865), 3rd Viscount Palmerston, prime minister.
  • Tennent, James Emerson (1804–69), first baronet, Irish traveller and politician. In AB-2, AB-4, AB-5.
  • Tennent, Laetitia Emerson (née Tennent, 1806–83), Lady Emerson Tennent, wife of Sir James Emerson Tennent (1804–69), 1st Baronet.
  • Tennyson, Alfred (1809–92), 1st Baron Tennyson, poet. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-5, AB-6. See biographical sketch.
  • Tennyson, Charles, see Turner, Charles.
  • Tennyson, Emily (née Sellwood, 1813–96), Lady Tennyson, secretary and manager for her husband, Alfred Lord Tennyson.
  • Tennyson, Frederick (1807–98), poet. In AB-3, AB-4.
  • Tennyson, Hallam (1852–1928), 2nd Baron Tennyson, biographer and governor-general of Australia. In AB-6.
  • Thackeray, Anne Isabella (afterwards Ritchie, 1837–1919), Lady Ritchie, writer. In AB-5, AB-7.

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