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Lady Louisa Conolly
... Lady Louisa Conolly (5 December 1743 – August 1821), known from 1743 to 1758 as Lady Louisa Lennox, was the third of the four Lennox Sisters immortalised in Stella Tillyard's book Aristocrats Caroline, Emily, Louisa ... After the death of her parents, Lady Louisa was brought up by her sister Emily FitzGerald, Duchess of Leinster, in Kildare and married Tom Conolly, the grand-nephew of William ... Unhappily childless, Lady Louisa virtually adopted her niece Emily Napier, the daughter of her sister Sarah Lennox ...
Lady Louisa Stuart - Bibliography - About Stuart
... Harry Graham, Lady Louisa Stuart (1757-1851), Chapter XVIII of A Group of Scottish Women (New York, Duffield Co. 1908) Susan Buchan, Lady Louisa Stuart Her Memories and Portraits (London, Hodder Stoughton, 1932, 275 pages, illustrated, with fold-out genealogical table) Professor ... The book centres on the memorial writings of Louisa Stuart and Primo Levi ...
Lady Louisa Stuart - Disappointment in Love
... In 1770, at the age of thirteen, Lady Louisa fell in love with her second cousin, William Medows (1738–1813), the son of Philip Medows of Nottinghamshire, Deputy Ranger of Richmond Park, and of ... Lady Louisa was bitterly disappointed ... Later the same year, Medows married another lady, Frances Augusta Hammerton, and went on to become a Lieutenant-General, a Knight of the Bath, and Governor-General of Madras ...

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