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Macaulay [née Sawbridge; other married name Graham], Catharinelocked

(1731–1791)
  • Bridget Hill

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Macaulay [née Sawbridge; other married name Graham], Catharine (1731–1791), historian and political polemicist, was born on 2 April 1731 at Olantigh in the parish of Wye, Kent, second daughter of John Sawbridge (1699–1762), landowner, and his second wife, Dorothy Wanley (1713–1733), daughter of ...

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Gentleman's Magazine
H. Walpole, ed. W. S. Lewis & others, 48 vols. (1937–83)
Harvard University, Houghton Library