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  • Fance, Miss, daughter of Major and Mrs. Fance, Herefordshire neighbour.
  • Fance, Mrs., friend and Herefordshire neighbour of the Barretts, to whom EBB presented a copy of The Battle of Marathon (1820).
  • Faraday, Michael (1791–1867), natural philosopher, scientific adviser, and Sandemanian.
  • Faucit, Helena (real name Saville, afterwards Martin, 1814–98), Lady Martin, actress. In AB-2, AB-3, AB-7.
  • Fauveau, Félicie de (1801–1886), French sculptress. Her mother was Anne (Feb 1779–13 April 1858). Older brother was Hippolyte.
  • Félix, Elizabeth (1821–58), better known as Mademoiselle Rachael, actress.
  • Fell, Marianne (née Offer, 1821–1903), correspondent. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-5.
  • Fellows, Charles (1799–1860), traveller and archaeologist.
  • Felton, Cornelius Conway (1807–62), American educator, professor of Greek literature and president of Harvard University.
  • Fenton, Henry Philip (d. 1907, aged 86), diplomat.
  • Ferdinand II (1810–59), Bourbon King of the Two Sicilies.
  • Field, Henry William (1803–88), coin designer and assayer.
  • Fielding, Henry (1707–54), author and magistrate.
  • Fields, Ann (“Annie”), (née Adams, 1834–1915), American literary hostess, writer, and wife of James Thomas Fields.
  • Fields, James Thomas (1817–81), American publisher, editor, and poet.
  • Fisher, Harriet Theodosia (1809–48), step-daughter of Joseph Garrow and half-sister of Theodosia Trollope.
  • Fisher, William (1817–95), Irish- born portrait and subject painter. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-5, AB-6.
  • Fitton, Sarah Mary (ca. 1796–1874), writer of children’s books. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-5.
  • FitzPatrick, Gertrude (afterwards Smyth, 1831–1912), eldest dau. of John Wilson FitzPatrick, later (1869), 1st Baron Castletown. She married (1862) Edward Skeffington Randal Smyth (1831–97).
  • Flaxman, John (1755–1826), sculptor, decorative designer, and illustrator.
  • Fletcher, John (1579–1625), playwright.
  • Flood, Frances, see Hanford, Frances.
  • Flower, Eliza (1803–46), radical and composer. In AB-2. See biographical sketch.
  • Fonblanque, Albany William (1793–1872), political journalist and journal editor.
  • Fordwich, Lord, see Cowper, Francis Thomas de Grey.

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