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Griffiths [née Rogers], Amelia Warren (1768–1858), phycologist and seaweed collector, was born on 14 January 1768 in Pilton, north Devon, the elder daughter of John and Emily Rogers. On 10 March 1794 she married the Revd William Griffiths, vicar of St Issey, Cornwall...

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Monson [née Vane; other married name Hope-Vere], Lady Anne (c. 1727–1776), botanist and collector of plants and insects, was the eldest daughter of Henry Vane, first earl of Darlington (c.1705–1758), and his wife, Lady Grace Fitzroy (1697–1763); she was thus a great-granddaughter of ...

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Somerset [née Capel], Mary, duchess of Beaufort (bap. 1630, d. 1715), gardener and botanist, was baptized on 16 December 1630 at Hadham Parva, Hertfordshire, the eldest daughter of Arthur Capel, first Baron Capel of Hadham (1604–1649), and Elizabeth (d. 1661), daughter and heir of ...