Mrs. Daniel Wilson
December 28, 1801, Newcastle, England.
January 25, 1863. Place of death is unknown, but her obituary appeared in the Newcastle Courant, January 30, 1863.
Born into a Quaker family, Lucy was the daughter of Samuel Atkins and Esther Millard, and wife of Daniel Wilson, vicar of Worton, Oxfordshire, and later Islington. Her works include:
- The India Cabinet Opened: In Which Many Natural Curiosities Are Rendered a Source of Amusements to Young Minds and Fruits of Enterprize Exhibited in the Travels of Belzoni (London: Harris & Son, 1821)
- Botanical Rambles, 1824
- Relics of Antiquity, Exhibited in the Ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum (London: J. Harris, 1825)
- Real Stories…from the Narratives of Various Travellers (London: Harvey & Darton, 1827)
- Early Recollections, 1828
- Memoirs of John Frederic Oberlin, Pastor of Waldbach, with Francis Cunningham (London: 1829)
- Hints to a Clergyman’s Wife, published anonymously, 1832
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