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Abrams, Harriettlocked

(c. 1758–1821)
  • Olive Baldwin
  •  and Thelma Wilson

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Abrams, Harriett (c. 1758–1821), singer and composer, was, according to her niece's husband, Thomas Adolphus Trollope, the daughter of a man who came to England 'in the suite of some Hanoverian minister, in what capacity I never heard' (Trollope, 151). She was described by ...

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