Alice Macdonald

woman, writer, and poet

Died aged c. 73

Alice Caroline Kipling (4 April 1837 – 22 November 1910) was one of the MacDonald sisters, Englishwomen of the Victorian era, four of whom were notable for their contribution to the arts and their marriages to well-known men. A writer and poet, she was the mother of the author Rudyard Kipling, aunt of British Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin, and sister-in-law of Edward Poynter and Edward Burne-Jones.

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The Macdonald Sisters lived here 1862-1863 Georgina married Sir Edward Burne-Jones Bt., A.R.A. Alice's son was Rudyard Kipling Louisa's son was Stanley Baldwin Agnes married Sir Edward Poynter Bt., P.R.A.

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