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- Captain Frederick Marryat CB FRS (10 July 1792 – 9 August 1848) was a Royal Navy officer, a novelist, and an acquaintance of Charles ****ens. He is noted...
- Marryat or Marryatt is a surname. It may refer to: Augusta Marryat (c. 1828–1899), British children's writer and illustrator Charles Marryat (1827–1906)...
- Florence Marryat (9 July 1833 – 27 October 1899) was a British author and actress. The daughter of author Capt. Frederick Marryat, she was particularly...
- Charles Marryat (26 June 1827 – 29 September 1906) was the Dean of Adelaide from 1887 until his death. Marryat was born in London on 26 June 1827, the...
- Frank Marryat (1826–1855) was an English sailor, artist, and author. He was one of the sons of Captain Frederick Marryat. He joined the Royal Navy at 14...
- Thomas Marryat M.D. (1730–1792) was an English physician, known also as a medical writer and wit. Born in London, he was the son of Zephaniah Marryat, a nonconformist...
- Horace Marryat (1818-1887) was an English traveller and author. Horace Marryat was a son to the businessman Joseph Marryat (1757–1824). His father maintained...
- Emilia Marryat (1835 – 20 April 1875) was an author of English children's books. The third daughter of the author Captain Frederick Marryat and his wife...
- – is correct as confirmed by reference to Marryat 1847, Marryat 1854, and Wilson 1986. Marryat 1847; Marryat 1854. Mead 1934, excerpted at Archives & Collections...
- Zephaniah Marryat (1684- 1754) was an English nonconformist minister. He was a strict Calvinist. Marryat was a tutor at dissenting academies funded by...
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