'Sarah' can also refer to...

Ada Sarah Ballin (1862—1906) magazine editor and proprietor, and writer on health

Afterglow (Sarah McLachlan album)

Alice Sarah Tyler (1859—1944)

Amy Sarah Hughes (1856—1923) nursing administrator

Battle, Sarah

Big Time Sarah (b. 1953)

Complete Sarah Vaughan On Mercury Vol. 1 (Sarah Vaughan album)

Complete Sarah Vaughan On Mercury Vol. 2 (Sarah Vaughan album)

Dame Sarah Ann Swift (1854—1937) nurse and a founder of the Royal College of Nursing

Dame Sarah Elizabeth Siddons Mair (1846—1941) promoter of women's education and campaigner for women's rights

Divine ... The Columbia Years (1949-1953) (Sarah Vaughan album)

Duchess of Marlborough Sarah (1660—1744) politician and courtier

Emily Sarah Holt (1836—1893) novelist and author of religious tracts

Emily Sarah Tennyson (1813—1896) secretary and manager for her husband, Alfred, Lord Tennyson

Florence Sarah Lees (1840—1922) nurse

Frances Sarah Beckett (1821—1902) philanthropist and a founder of Scottish Home Industries

Frances Sarah Hoey (1830—1908) novelist

Fumbling Towards Ecstasy (Sarah McLachlan album)

Gamp, Sarah

Harriet Sarah Loyd Lindsay (1837—1920) benefactor

In Hi-Fi (Sarah Vaughan album)

(Julia Sarah) Anne Cobden Sanderson (1853—1926) socialist and suffragette

Lady Sarah Napier (1745—1826) noblewoman and society beauty

Louisa Sarah Ann Parr (c. 1848—1903) novelist

Margaret Sarah Carpenter (1793—1872) portrait and genre painter

Margaret Sarah Croker (c. 1763—1773) poet and novelist

Marian Sarah Farquharson (1846—1912) naturalist and campaigner for women's interests

Mrs Sarah Hannah Sidgwick (1803—1887)

Mrs Sarah Reed

(Phoebe) Sarah Ayrton (1854—1923) electrical engineer and suffragist


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In Shirley, housemaid to Robert Gérard Moore and Hortense Gerard Moore at Hollow's Cottage. Pert, fresh-faced, with ‘plentiful tresses of … yellow hair’ which she refuses to cover, she has ...

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