She lived a remarkable life and, what is even more striking, is that she wrote it all down. There has never been such a chronicle of a life and, in our digitized society, there may never be again. — Paula LaBeck Stepankowsky (Co-founder and President of the Burney Society, p. xiii
Places and People associated with Burney
- Portrait of Fanny Burney by Edward Francisco Burney
- Portrait of Fanny Burney by Edward Francisco Burney (mezzotint)
- Ches[s]ington Hall
- Norbury Park
- Juniper Hall
- General Alexandre d'Arblay
- Church of St Michael, Mickleham
- The D'Arblays' entry in the church register
- Camilla Cottage
- Archway with a plaque celebrating the D'Arblays' time in Westhumble
Hill, Constance. Fanny Burney at the Court of Queen Charlotte, with numerous illustrations by Ellen G. Hill, and reproductions of contemporary portraits. London: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1912. Internet Archive. Contributed by the University of California Libraries. Web. 1 August 2020.
_____. Juniper Hall, A Rendezvous of Certain Illustrious Personages during the French Revolution, including Alexandre d'Arblay and Fanny Burney. Illustrations by Ellen G. Hill and reproductions of photogravure, etc. London: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1904. Internet Archive. Contributed by Robarts Library, University of Toronto. Web. 1 August 2020.
Nairn, Ian, and Nikolaus Pevsner, revised by Bridget Cherry. Surrey. Buildings of England. 2nd ed. London: Penguin, 1971.
Stepankowsky, Paula LaBeck. Foreword. A Celebration of Frances Burney. Ed. Lorna J. Clark. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 2007. xi-iii.
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