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Amaryllis Marie-Louise Fleming (10 December 1925 – 27 July 1999) was a British cello performer and teacher.
Early life and education
She was the illegitimate daughter of the painter Augustus John by his mistress Eve Fleming, mother of the writers Peter Fleming and Ian Fleming by her late husband, although most of her life she was raised as the adopted daughter of Eve Fleming as a pretence to hide her illegitimacy and only discovered her true parentage when she was in her twenties.
- G. R. Seaman, "Fleming, Amaryllis Marie-Louise (1925?–1999)", Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004 accessed 22 Sept 2006
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