Jeanie Gould

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Jeanie Gould
Born Jeanie Thomas Gould
1846 or 1853
Died 1921
Occupation Novelist
Nationality American
Notable work(s) An Unwilling Maid

Jeanie Thomas Gould Lincoln (born 1846 [1] or 1853 [2] - died August 8, 1921[3]) was an American novelist, author of romances and children's books, with a strong portion of historical fiction. She published in various newspapers and magazines under the pen name "Daisy Ventnor."[4]

She was born in Troy, New York. In 1877 she married N.S. Lincoln, a prominent Washington doctor.[5]

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  1. ^ http://www.archive.org/details/marjoriesquest00linciala
  2. ^ http://www.hillmanc.fsnet.co.uk/tracy.htm
  3. ^ "Mrs. J.G. Lincoln Dies At Age of 80, The Washington Herald, August 09, 1921
  4. ^ "Literature and Literary Workers," The Sacramento Record-Union, December 24, 1899, page 10.
  5. ^ "Mrs. J.G. Lincoln Dies At Age of 80, The Washington Herald, August 09, 1921