Annie Keary





Annie Keary


Born
in Wetherby, Yorkshire, The United Kingdom
March 03, 1825

Died
March 03, 1879


Annie Keary (March 3, 1825 - March 3, 1879) was an English novelist.

She was born near Wetherby, Yorkshire, the daughter of an Irish clergyman. Two of her younger sisters are Eliza Keary and Maud Keary. She was the author of several children's books and novels, of which the best known is Castle Daly, an Irish story. She also wrote an Early Egyptian History (1861) and The Nation Around (1870). She died at Eastbourne. She is one of many 19th and 20th century poets and authors to be quoted in the classic Christian devotional "Daily Strength for Daily Needs", which was compiled by Mary W. Tileston.

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Blind Man's Holiday: Or Sho...

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Castle Daly: The Story of a...

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A York and a Lancaster Rose

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A Doubting Heart

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