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Frances Elizabeth Mease Barrow (1822–1894)

Barrow, Frances Elizabeth (Mease). An American author; born in Charleston, SC, Feb. 22, 1822; died in New York, May 7, 1894. She was educated in New York, where she was married to James Barrow. She wrote under the name of “Aunt Fanny” numerous books for children; among them ‘Six Nightcaps,’ which has been translated into French, German, and Swedish. Another, ‘The Letter G’ (1864), was widely known and very popular. She also wrote a novel, ‘The Wife’s Stratagem.’