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Ellen Wood (1814–1887)

Wood, Ellen (Price) or Mrs. Henry Wood. An English novelist; born at Worcester, Jan. 17, 1814; died on Feb. 10, 1887. She edited the Argosy in 1867; and published many novels, among which are: ‘East Lynne’ (1861): ‘The Channings’ (1862); ‘The Shadow of Ashlydyat’ and ‘Verner’s Pride’ (1863); the ‘Johnny Ludlow’ stories (1874–80); ‘Count Netherleigh’ (1881); and ‘About Ourselves’ (1883).