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Olivia Wilmot Serres (1772–1834)

Serres, Olivia (Wilmot). An English story-writer; born in 1772; died in 1834. She claimed to be a daughter of the Duke of Cumberland, brother of George III., but failed to make the claim good before a Parliamentary committee. She wrote: ‘St. Julian,’ a novel (1805); ‘Flights of Fancy,’ poems (1806); ‘Olivia’s Advice to her Daughters’; ‘The True Messiah; or, St. Athanasius’s Creed Explained’ (1814).