Mary Lee

Mary Lee may refer to:

  • Lady Mary Chudleigh, née Lee, writer
  • Mary Lee (actor)
  • Mary Lee (suffragette)
  • Mary Anna Custis Lee (1807-1873), American general's wife
  • Mary Esther Lee, who married a German prince and later German soldier Alfred von Waldersee, finally becoming Mary von Waldersee

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    Lo! he babbles of the fish-frys of long ago,
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