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Chandler, Johannalocked

(1820–1875)
  • Jennett Humphreys
  • , revised by Patrick Wallis

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Chandler, Johanna (1820–1875), philanthropist, one of the four children of a Mr Chandler, was orphaned at an early age and taken to the home of her mother's parents, Mr and Mrs Pinnock of St Pancras parish, London. Her grandmother was afflicted by a paralysis, and for some time was cared for by ...

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