Claire Annabel Caroline Grant Duff
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Claire Annabel Caroline Grant Duff, (1870–1944), was a poet, writer and high society hostess. She was the eldest daughter of Sir Mountstuart Elphinstone Grant Duff and Anna Julia Webster. She was the author of A Victorian Childhood, which was published in 1932, under the pen name Annabel Jackson. She married in 1894 Frederick Huth Jackson a partner of the Private Bank, Frederick Huth and Sons. They had one son, Frederick who married Helen Vinogradov, daughter of the distignuished historian Sir Paul Gavrilovich, and three daughters, of which Konradin, later Lady Arthur Hobhouse, Anne, later Anne Fremantle, and Claire, later Countess de Loriol Chandieu
- author listing as "(Clara) Annabel (Caroline) Huth JACKSON, nee GRANT DUFF?" (1870 – 1944 Jan 12) A Victorian Childhood, 1932
- "Jackson, Annabel Huth." A Victorian Childhood. London: Methuen. Reviewed in Times Literary Supplement, p. 701.
- Bertrand Russell The Passionate Skeptic A Biography By Alan Wood, chapter 18, author cited as Annabel Jackson.
- The Cambridge Companion to the Victorian Novel, Dierdre David, ed. Cambridge University Press, 2001
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