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Women's history: Biographies

Lady's Who's Who: Who's Who for British Women, a list of names of those women with play a prominent part in society, art, the professions, business, etc. 1938-39

Anderson, James. Ladies of the Reformation: memoirs of distinguished female characters, belonging to the period of the Reformation in the sixteenth century: England, Scotland and the Netherlands. London: Blackie & Son, 1858. se BR317.A6

Arnaud, Raoul; Noël Fleming. In the shadows: three heroines of the revolution. London: J. Hamilton, 1927?. se DC145.A7

Baxter, Richard. Memoirs of Margaret Baxter: daughter of Francis Charlton and wife of Richard Baxter: with some account of her mother, Mrs. Hanmer, including a true delineation of her character. London: Richard Edwards, 1826. WG33.M

Cofiant am Ann Dafis, o Garth-y-Dwrf-Bach, Glyndyfrdwy, Meirion. Llanrwst: argraffwyd gan John Jones, 1835. WG37(1835)

Contemporary portraits: men and women of South Wales and Monmouthshire; Cardiff section. Cardiff: Western Mail Ltd., 1896. Folio WG42.C

Contemporary portraits: men and women of South Wales and Monmouthshire; Newport section. Cardiff: Western Mail Ltd., 1897. Folio WG42.C

Elwood, Anne Katharine Curteis. Memoirs of the literary ladies of England: from the commencement of the last century. London: Henry Colburn, 1843. PR115.E5. More information

Jones, Emyr Wyn. Enid Wyn Jones, 1909-1967: in memoriam. Liverpool: Emyr Wyn Jones, 1968. WG39.3.0705

Lady's Who's Who: Who's Who for British Women, a list of names of those women with play a prominent part in society, art, the professions, business, etc. 1938-39. SCOLAR Journals

Ley, John. A patterne of pietie: or The religious life and death of that grave and gracious matron, Mrs. Jane Ratcliffe, widow and citizen of Chester; of whom the discourse is framed and applied so as the commemoration of the dead may best serve to the edification of the living, whether men or women, whereof part was preached, and the whole written. London: Printed by Felix Kingston for Robert Bostocke, 1640. WG30(1640)

Mangin, Edward. Piozziana: or, Recollections of the late Mrs. Piozzi, with remarks. London: Edward Moxon, 1833. WG16.95.P

Edward Mangin, Piozziana: or, Recollections of the late Mrs. Piozzi, with remarks. London: Edward Moxon, 1833

 

See also: Reel 26 of Women's language and experience: women's diaries and related sources, Humanities Microfilm 301: Hester Lynch Piozzi diaries, letters and a survey of Brynbella, 1797-1812

Owen, Ellen (Grugan Arfon). Merched enwog Cymru neu Cymruesau gwiwgof hen a diweddar. History of women; no. 6049. Llanfairfechan: W.E. Owen (1908). Humanities Microfilm 22

Plarr, Victor. Men and women of the time: a dictionary of contemporaries. London: George Routledge & Sons Ltd., 1899. CT103.M3

Welsford, Enid E. H. Nora K. Chadwick, 1891-1972: in memoriam. Cambridge: printed by Coulson's, 1973. WG39.3.0704

Williams, J. B. (John Bickerton); William Jay. Memoirs of the life and character of Mrs. Sarah Savage, eldest daughter of the Reverend Philip Henry, A.M. London: printed for Ogles, Duncan, and Cochran ... by W. Clowes, 1819. WG16.95.S

Williams, Jane. The literary women of England: including a biographical epitome of all the most eminent to the year 1700; and sketches of the poetesses to the year 1850; with extracts from their works, and critical remarks. London: Saunders, Otley, 1861. WG36.5.596