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Annie Cecilia Ramsbottom Isherwood (1862—1906) Anglican nun and educationist

Cecilia A. Hatt

Cecilia Albin

Cecilia Azevedo Sodré

Cecilia Bartoli (b. 1966)

Cecilia Beaux (1855—1942)

Cecilia Blondet

Cecilia Böhl de Faber (1796—1877)

Cecilia Davies (1757—1836) singer

Cecilia E. Ford

Cecilia Ferrazzi (1609—1684)

Cecilia Gasdia (b. 1960)

Cecilia Grace Hunt Gillie (1907—1996) radio executive

Cecilia Grierson (1859—1934)

Cecilia Hultberg

Cecilia L. Ridgeway

Cecilia Louisa Glaisher (1828—1892) photographer

(Cecilia) Lucy Brightwell (1811—1875) etcher and author

Cecilia Maria Barthelemon (1767—1859) pianist and composer

Cecilia Mary Ady (1881—1958) historian

Cecilia Mary Caddell (1814—1877) religious author

Cecília Meireles (1901—1964)

Cecilia Poletto

Cecilia Sjöholm

Cecilia Ugaz

Cecilia Vicuña (b. 1948)

Cecilia Young (1712—1789)

Charlotte Cecilia Pitcairn Leitch (1891—1977) golfer

Dame Flora Louisa Cecilia MacLeod (1878—1976) chief of clan MacLeod


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Fanny Burney's second novel (1782). Cecilia Beverley inherits a large fortune on condition that her future husband takes her name. She lives with a succession of guardians: Harrel, a ...

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Fanny Burney (1752—1840) writer