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  • Thiébault, Henriette Melvina (b. 1823), only dau. of Baron Paul Adolphe Thiébault and his wife, Harriet (née Thayer).
  • Thierry, Jacques Nicolas Augustin (1795–1856), French historian. In AB-3.
  • Thiers, Louis Adolphe (1797–1877), French statesman and writer.
  • Thompson, Cephas (1809–88), American portrait painter. In AB-3, AB-4.
  • Thompson, Mary Gouverneur (née Ogden, 1822–95), wife of Cephas Giovanni Thompson (1809–88).
  • Thomson, Anne (afterwards Braun, 1810–63), correspondent. In AB-3, AB-4. See biographical sketch.
  • Thorold, Susanna (1822–1900), correspondent.
  • Thrale, Hester Lynch (née Salusbury, afterwards Piozzi, 1741–1821), writer.
  • Ticknor, George (1791–1871), American scholar and historian.
  • Tilt, Charles (1797–1861), bookseller and publisher.
  • Tilton, John Rollin (1828–88), American landscape painter.
  • Tindal, Henrietta Euphemia (née Harrison, 1817–79), poet and novelist. In AB–4, AB–5.
  • Titian (Tiziano Vecellio, ca. 1487–1576), Venetian Renaissance painter.
  • Tocqueville, Alexis Charles Henri Maurice Clérel de (1805–59), French historian, statesman, and author.
  • Toulmin, Camilla Dufour (afterwards Crosland, 1812–95), writer. In AB-2, AB-3, AB-4.
  • Townsend, Richard Edwin Austin (1801?–58), poet.
  • Trant, Dominick (1800–40), EBB’s cousin.
  • Trant, Henry (1804–28), EBB’s cousin.
  • Trant, James (1802–29), EBB’s cousin.
  • Trant, Mary (née Barrett, b. 1779), EBB’s cousin.
  • Treherne, William (1814–73), Moulton-Barrett servant at Hope End and Wimpole Street.
  • Trench, Richard Chenevix (1807–86), Church of Ireland archbishop of Dublin. In AB-4, AB-5, AB-6.
  • Trepsack, Mary (1769–1857), ward of Samuel Barrett, friend and companion of Elizabeth Moulton. In AB-1, AB-3. See biographical sketch.
  • Trollope, Beatrice (“Bice”), (later Stuart-Wortley,1853–81), dau. of T.A. Trollope. In AB–5, AB–6.
  • Trollope, Frances (née Milton, 1779–1863), travel writer and novelist.

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