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Anne Wignall, known as Lady Ebury, née Acland-Troyte; (12 June 1912 – 23 June 1982), was an English socialite and author as Alice Acland and Anne Marreco. Anne Wignall was born Anne Acland-Troyte in the London Borough of Kensington, the daughter of Herbert Walter Acland-Troyte and Marjorie Florence Pym. She had one younger brother, John Acland-Troyte.
Listen to books in audio format. Some said the beautiful Lady Ravenwood had drowned herself in the black, murky waters of Ravenwood Pond. Yet Hastings is hiding far more than jewels and ledger books. Others whispered of foul play and the devil’s wrath. Now country-bred Sophy Dorring is about to become Ravenwood’s new bride. Bringing him to justice will be more perilous than they anticipate-and their partnership will be more heated than either one expects.
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Lady Alice Sophia Acland née Cunningham (1849–1935) was the founder, the first General Secretary and the first president of the Co-operative Women's Guild. YouTube Encyclopedic. 1/1. Views: 883. History of the cooperative movement.
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Acland, Alice, 1912-). Books from the extended shelves: Acland, Alice, 1912-: A stormy spring. New York, Coward-McCann, ) (page images at HathiTrust).
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