Charlotte Riddell
(1832-1906)

woman and Charlotte Cowan

Died aged c. 74

Charlotte Riddell, known also as Mrs J. H. Riddell (30 September 1832 – 24 September 1906), was a popular and influential Irish-born writer in the Victorian period. She was the author of 56 books, novels and short stories, and also became part-owner and editor of St. James's Magazine, a prominent London literary journal in the 1860s.

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Charlotte Riddell 1832-1906 Gothic novelist lived at ‘St. John’s Lodge’ that once stood near here 1868-1873

St John's Lodge, Hanger Lane, formerly partly on the site of East Gate Lodge, St Ann's Hospital, St Ann's Road, London, United Kingdom where they was