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Portrait of Henrietta Marchant Liston

by Gilbert Stuart

The North American journeys of a diplomat's wife - journals of Henrietta Liston, 1796—1801

In 1796, only 13 years after Great Britain and the United States fought against each other in the War of Independence, Henrietta Liston arrived in Philadelphia with her husband, Robert, who had just been appointed British Minister to the United States.

Henrietta Marchant Liston (Mrs. Robert Liston)

painting by Gilbert Stuart (Content Provided By National Gallery of Art)

Timeline of Henrietta Liston

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People Relevant to Henrietta Liston

2 People are currently recorded in Wikidata connected to Henrietta Liston

Robert Liston image of Robert Liston
spouse
spouse: Henrietta Liston
  • British diplomat
Joseph Banks image of Joseph Banks
influenced by
  • English naturalist, botanist and patron of the natural sciences

Map of Henrietta Liston and Influence

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Falmouth, Antigua and Barbuda
Henrietta Marchant Liston (Mrs. Robert Liston)

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  • Reference Link: https://doi.org/10.1093/ref:odnb/16771
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  • Oxford Dictionary of National Biography ID: 57469
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  • CERL ID: cnp00569050
    identifier in the Consortium of European Research Libraries thesaurus
  • LBT person ID: HeListo1828
    identifier of a person, on Lord Byron and his Times website
  • UK National Archives ID: F236037
    identifier for a person, family or organisation, in the UK's National Archives database