Who married Lucie, Lady Duff-Gordon?

Sir Alexander Cornewall Duff-Gordon, 3rd Baronet married Lucie, Lady Duff-Gordon .

Lucie, Lady Duff-Gordon

Lucie, Lady Duff-Gordon

Lucie, Lady Duff-Gordon (24 June 1821 – 14 July 1869) was an English author and translator who wrote as Lucie Gordon. She is best known for her Letters from Egypt, 1863–1865 (1865) and Last Letters from Egypt (1875), most of which are addressed to her husband, Alexander Duff-Gordon, and her mother, Sarah Austin. Having moved in prominent literary circles in London, she contracted tuberculosis and migrated in 1861 to South Africa for health reasons. She travelled on to Egypt in 1862 where she settled in Luxor, learnt Arabic, and wrote many letters about Egyptian culture, religion, and customs. Her letters are notable for humour, outrage at the ruling Ottomans, and many personal stories from the people around her.

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Sir Alexander Cornewall Duff-Gordon, 3rd Baronet

Sir Alexander Cornewall Duff-Gordon, 3rd Baronet

Sir Alexander Cornewall Duff-Gordon, 3rd Baronet (3 February 1811 – 27 October 1872) was a British civil servant and Baronet of Halkin. He was the husband of Lucie, Lady Duff-Gordon, the English writer on Egypt.

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