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  • Last name begins with: C
  • Caesar, Julius (100–44 B.C.), Roman general, statesman, and author.
  • Campbell, Thomas (1777–1844), poet.
  • Canning, George (1770–1827), prime minister and parodist.
  • Cappel, Louis (1817–85), attached to German embassy. Later, minister of St. George’s German church, London.
  • Card, Henry (1779–1844), vicar of Great Malvern and writer.
  • Carlyle, Jane Baillie Welsh (1801–66), letter writer.
  • Carlyle, Thomas (1795–1881), author, biographer, and historian. In AB-2, AB-3, AB-4, AB-5, AB-6. See biographical sketch.
  • Carmichael, James Morse (1844–1902), EBB’s cousin.
  • Carmichael, James Robert ( Carmichael-Smyth, 1817–83), 2nd Baronet, married EBB’s cousin Louisa Charlotte Butler. In AB-5, AB-6, AB-7.
  • Carmichael, Louisa Charlotte (née Butler, 1817–99), EBB’s cousin. In AB-7.
  • Carmichael, May (1855–1942), EBB’s cousin.
  • Carmichael-Smyth, see Smyth, Carmichael-.
  • Carré, Collings Mauger (1809–54), member of the Catholic Apostolic Church (or Irvingites.). In AB-3.
  • Carter, Joanna Hilary Bonham (1821–65), artist. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-5.
  • Cartwright, Clementine (née Gaul, 1822–90), wife of William Cornwallis Cartwright.
  • Cartwright, Wanda (afterwards L’Estrange, 1849–1907), dau. of William Cornwallis Cartwright and wife of Guy L’Estrange.
  • Cartwright, William Cornwallis (1825–1915), politician and journalist. In AB–3, AB–4, AB–5, AB–6.
  • Cary, Henry Francis (1772–1844), translator.
  • Cass, Lewis (ca. 1814–78), American diplomat. In AB-3, AB-4.
  • Cassels, Walter Richard (1826–1907), religious controversialist. In AB-3.
  • Castle, Margaret Egerton (née Smith, 1822–1912), wife of American physician Michael Arthur Castle. In AB-6.
  • Castlereagh, Lord, see Stewart, Robert, Viscount Castlereagh.
  • Cavaignac, Louis Eugène (1802–57), French general.
  • Cavour, Camillo di (1810–61), Italian statesman and one of the chief builders of a unified Italy.
  • Celavini, Tecla, Pen’s balia, or wet nurse.

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