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date: 16 October 2019

Cargill [née Brown], Annlocked

(c. 1760–1784)
  • Olive Baldwin
  •  and Thelma Wilson


Cargill [née Brown], Ann (c. 1760–1784), singer and actress, was the daughter of Edward Brown, a London coal merchant. She made her début as a child, singing Titania in George Colman's The Fairy Prince, with music by Arne (Covent Garden, 12 November 1771), and then played Sally, the naughty little sister, in ...

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