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Sheridan [née Callander], Caroline Henriettalocked

  • W. F. Rae
  • , revised by K. D. Reynolds


Sheridan [née Callander], Caroline Henrietta (1779–1851), novelist, was the second daughter of Colonel James Callander (afterwards Sir James Campbell, 1745–1832) and his third wife, Lady Elizabeth Helena (d. 1796), youngest daughter of Alexander Macdonnell, fifth earl of Antrim. Caroline Callander, one of the beauties of her day, was married on 21 June 1805 to ...

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