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date: 17 October 2019

Baxter [née Barnes], Lucy [pseud. Leader Scott]locked

(1837–1902)
  • Rosemary Mitchell

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Baxter [née Barnes], Lucy [pseud. Leader Scott] (1837–1902), writer on art, was born at Dorchester on 21 January 1837, the third daughter of William Barnes (1801–1886), the Dorset poet and philologist, and his wife, Julia, née Miles (1805–1852). Her childhood seems to have been a happy one, despite the family's straitened finances and her mother's death in 1852. ...

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