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Clayton, Ellen C. (Ellen Creathorne), 1834-1900

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    • Ellen Creathorn
  • Variants

    • Clayton, E. C. (Ellen Creathorne), 1834-1900
    • Needham, Mrs. (Ellen Creathorne), 1834-1900
    • Needham, Ellen Creathorne, 1834-1900
    • Clayton, Eleanor Creathorne, 1834-1900
    • E. C. C. (Ellen Creathorne Clayton) 1834-1900
    • C., E. C. (Ellen Creathorne Clayton) 1834-1900
    • Author of Queens of song, 1834-1900
    • Queens of song, Author of, 1834-1900
    • Song, Author of Queens of, 1834-1900
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    • found: Her English female artists, 1876:t.p. (Ellen C. Creathorne)
    • found: LC in OCLC, 10/09/90(hdg.: Clayton, Ellen C.; Clayton, Ellen Creathorne, 1834-1900)
    • found: Her A girl's destiny, 1882:v. 1-3, t.p. (E.C. Clayton (Mrs. Needham))
    • found: World bio. index WWW site(Clayton, Eleanor Creathorne)
    • found: Dictionary of Victorian wood engravers(Clayton, Eleanor (Ellen) Creathorne)
    • found: Queens of song, 1863:title page (by Ellen Creathorne Clayton)
    • found: London society, 1864:volume 5, number 29, page 289-297 (The London opera directors..., by the author of 'Queens of song'; typesigned at the end: E.C.C.)
    • found: Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, via WWW, 16 January 2019(Ellen Creathorne Clayton; married name Needham; author and artist; born in Gloucester Terrace, Dublin, on 15 February 1834, the eldest child and only daughter of Benjamin Clayton (1809-1883), an engraver and illustrator, and his wife, Mary Graham (died 1877); in 1841 the Clayton family moved from Dublin to London; Ellen wrote series of biographies, including Notable women, Women of the reformation, Celebrated women; also wrote novels, including Miss Milly Moss (republished as A ministering angel) and Cruel fortune; wrote Queens of song, and contributed to the magazines London society and Judy; her best known work was English female artists, followed by Female warriors; Ellen Clayton died in St Elizabeth's Home at 59 Mortimer Street, London, on 19 July 1900)
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    • [Includes the old catalog headings: Clayton, Ellen Creathorne, 1832-; Clayton, Ellen Creathorne, 1834-1900.]
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    • 1990-10-10: new
    • 2019-01-18: revised
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