Person    | Female  Born 11/9/1762  Died 1851

Joanna Baillie

Categories: Poetry, Theatre

Countries: Scotland

Poet and dramatist, born Bothwell, Lanarkshire, Scotland.
Moved into Bolton House with her mother and sister in 1791 and lived there until her death. Buried at nearby St John's church, Church Row.

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