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date: 13 November 2019

O'Neill [née Boyle], Henriettalocked

(1757/8–1793)
  • Sarah M. Zimmerman

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O'Neill [née Boyle], Henrietta (1757/8–1793), poet and patron of the arts, was the only child of Charles Boyle, Lord Dungarvan (1728/9–1759), son of John Boyle, fifth earl of Cork and Orrery, and Susanna (1732–1783), daughter of Henry Hoare (1705–1785), a banker who created the gardens at ...

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