||Felicia Mary Frances Skene
||1899 (aged 77–78)
Felicia Mary Frances Skene (1821–1899) was a Scottish author, philanthropist and prison reformer in the Victorian era.
Skene used the pseudonym Erskine Moir and was a friend of Florence Nightingale (1820–1910).
There is a blue plaque for Felicia Skene, installed on 2 July 2002 by the Oxfordshire Blue Plaques Board, located at 34 St Michael's Street, Oxford, England.
Skene's works include:
- The Isles of Greece and Other Poems (1843)
- The Lesters (1847)
- Wayfaring Sketches (1847)
- The Inheritance of Evil: Or, the Consequence of Marrying a Deceased Wife's Sister (1849)
- The Tutor's Ward (1851) — in two volumes
- The Divine Master (1852)
- Penitentiaries and Reformatories (1865)
- The Shadow of the Holy Week (1883)
- Scenes from a Silent World: Or Prisons and their Inmates (1889)
- A Test of the Truth (1897)