Charlotte Anne Moberly

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Charlotte Anne Moberly

Charlotte Anne Moberly (1846–1937) was an English academic. She was the daughter of George Moberly, and was made the first Principal of St Hugh's College, Oxford. She rose to fame following an incident where she came to believe that she had slipped back in time whilst visiting the Petit Trianon in Versailles with fellow academic Eleanor Jourdain.

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  • Moberly, Charlotte Anne (1989). Ghosts of the Trianon: The Complete "an Adventure". Borgo Pr. ISBN 0-8095-7105-6. 

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