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Rosa Mackenzie Kettle (d. 1895)

Kettle, Mary Rosa Stuart (Mackenzie), best known as “Rosa Mackenzie Kettle.” An English novelist; born at Overseale, Leicestershire; died at Callander, Scotland, March 14, 1895. Her stories treat of Cornwall and the South Coast. Her earliest success was ‘Fabian’s Tower’ (1852). She also published: ‘La Belle Marie: A Romance of the Cornish Coast’ (1862); ‘Hillsden on the Moors’ (1873); ‘My Home in the Shires’ (1877); ‘The Sea and the Moor’ (1877); ‘The Sisters of Ombersleigh; or, Under the South Downs’ (1888).