Lady Lyttelton

Lady Lyttelton

occupation

Governess to Queen Victoria's children 1842-50

Lady of the Bedchamber 1838-42

religion

Christianity

Church of England

social status

elite

born

29 July, 1787

birthplace

Althorp

died

13 April, 1870

death place

Hagley

country of citizenship

Kingdom of Great Britain

type

generic agent

person/people

appears in search results as

Lady Lyttelton

family name

Lyttelton, née Spencer

gender

female

given name

Sarah

alternate names

Lady Lyttelton

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