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Dorothea Gerard (1855–1915)

Gerard, Dorothea (ji-rärd’). A Scotch novelist; born in Rochsoles, Lanarkshire, Aug. 9, 1855; died in 1915. Her youth was passed on the Continent, and she married an Austrian, Major-Genl. Julius de Lorggarde. She wrote with her sister, ‘Reata’ (1880) and ‘Beggar My Neighbor’; and subsequently, alone, ‘Lady Baby’; ‘Recha’ (1890); and ‘Miss Providence’ (1897).