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Catharine Ann Warfield (1816–1877)

Warfield, Catharine Ann (Ware). An American poet and novelist; born near Natchez, MS, June 6, 1816; died in Kentucky, May 21, 1877. She published, with her sister Eleanor, ‘The Wife of Leon, and Other Poems’ (1844); ‘The Indian Chamber,’ etc. (1846); and wrote ‘The Household of Bouverie’ (1860); ‘The Romance of the Green Seal’ (1867); ‘Miriam Monfort’ (1873); ‘Hester Howard’s Temptation’ (1875); ‘A Double Wedding’ (1875); ‘Sea and Shore’ (1876); ‘The Romance of Beauseincourt’ (1876); ‘Ferne Fleming’ (1877); ‘The Cardinal’s Daughter’ (1877).