The collection comprises of correspondence by Lucy Stanley to her mother Lady Maria Josepha Stanley and to Sarah Parry.
Lucy Anne Stanley collection
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- ReferenceGB 15 Lucy Anne Stanley
- Dates of Creation1827-1829
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish.
- Physical DescriptionCorrespondence (5 letters)
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Administrative / Biographical History
Lucy Anne Stanley was born in 1798, daughter of John Thomas Stanley (1766-1850), seventh baronet and later first Baron Stanley of Alderley. In October 1826, her sister Isabella Louisa married the Arctic explorer, William Edward Parry, and in September 1838, she married Marcus Theodore Hare, a captain in the Royal Navy. She died in 1869.
The correspondence is arranged alphabetically by recipient.
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Descriptions compiled by N. Boneham, Assistant Archivist with assistance from R. Stancombe and reference to The Stanleys of Alderley
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Clive Holland Manuscripts in the Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge, England - a catalogue, Garland Publishing New York and London (1982) ISBN 0824093941.
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