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Mary Elizabeth Braddon (1835 - 1915)

By Darren Barnett

Mary Elizabeth Braddon (1835 - 1915)

Author and Actress, lived in Brighton.

Mary Elizabeth Braddon lived in Brighton from 1857 - 1860 lodging at 26 and 34 New Road Brighton (26 is now the pub Mrs Fitzherberts). She wrote her most famous novel 'Lady Audley's Secret' in 1862.

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This page was first added to The Deckchair website on 16/10/2008.

This page was amended on 14/01/2012
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