'Caroline' can also refer to...

Bingley, Charles, Caroline


Caroline A. Bartel

Caroline Affair

Caroline Agnes Graham (1818—1894) racehorse owner

Caroline Alice Lejeune (1897—1973) film critic

Caroline Amelia Halsted (1804—1848) historian and author

Caroline Anna Croom Robertson (1838—1892) college administrator

Caroline Anne Bowles (1786—1854) poet and writer

Caroline Anne James Skeel (1872—1951) historian

Caroline Arnold (b. 1944)

Caroline Ashurst Biggs (1840—1889) novelist and campaigner for women's suffrage

Caroline Barbot-Douvry (1830—1875)

Caroline Binch (b. 1947)

Caroline Blackwood (1931—1996) novelist

Caroline Blyth

Caroline Books

Caroline Bray (1814—1905) children's writer

Caroline Caddy (b. 1944)

Caroline Cadette Howard (1821—1907) businesswoman and promoter of emigration and employment for women

Caroline Carleton (1820—1874)

Caroline Carvalho (1827—1895)

Caroline Chesebrough (1825—1873)

Caroline Chisholm (1808—1877) immigration administrator

Caroline Clive (1801—1873) novelist and poet

Caroline Cooney (b. 1947)

Caroline Divines

Caroline Duprez (1832—1874)

Caroline Edith Rigg (1852—1929) headmistress


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Belonging to the period 1625–49, when Charles I (Latin, Carolus) reigned as king of England, Scotland, and Ireland. This period includes the later metaphysical poets, the early work of Milton, and the so-called ‘Cavalier poets’ Thomas Carew, Robert Herrick, Richard Lovelace, and Sir John Suckling.

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