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Sybella Mary Crawley Boevey

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Occupation  Author
Name  Sybella Crawley-Boevey
Nationality  British
Role  Author
Period  Victorian
Died  1911
Genre  Fiction

Relatives  Charlotte Mary Yonge, Thomas Hyde Page, Arthur William Crawley Boevey

Sybella Mary Crawley-Boevey is a British author of Victorian fiction novels. They are mostly out of print.

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Biography

Sybella Mary Crawley-Boevey was born in 1851 at Flaxley Abbey, Gloucestershire, the youngest daughter of Sir Martin Hyde Crawley-Boevey, 4th Baronet. She is the sister of author and civil servant Arthur William Crawley Boevey and the cousin of famous Victorian author Charlotte Mary Yonge.

Works

In 1888, Crawley-Boevey wrote Dene Forest Sketches (1888), a study about the Forest of Dean where her father was the verderer. She followed this with two novels: the mystical-themed Beyond Cloudland (1888) and the love story Conscience Makes the Martyr (1894)

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Sybella Mary Crawley-Boevey Wikipedia


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