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LIST OF PERSONS COMPOSING THE KEATS

CIRCLE, WITH DATES OF BIRTH

AND DEATH.

JOHN KEATS, born 31 October 1795, died 23 February

1821. Thomas Keats, father of the poet, died 16 April 1804. Frances Keats, born Jennings, mother of the poet, died

1807. George Keats, brother of the poet, born Spring of 1797,

died 1842.

Thomas Keats, brother of the poet, born 18 November

1798, died December 1818. Fanny Keats, sister of the poet, born 3 June 1803. Frances (or Fanny) Brawne, born 9 August 1800, died,

Mrs. Lindon, 1865.

The Family Bible in which were recorded the births and deaths of the Keats family was, among other books belonging to Keats's sister, seized by the Custom House officers in Spain many years ago, and never restored. Mrs. Llanos thinks the intervals between the births of her three brothers covered a space of three years, and that Thomas was nearly six years older than herself.

Her own birth is recorded in the register of baptisms at the church of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, where I have also had the good fortune to find an entry of the birth of the poet, though not of the births of his brothers. As we know the day of Thomas Keats's birth, the other data leave no doubt, I think, as to the year ; and George's birth must have been about midway between John's and Thomas's -April or May probably, as he had lately come of age when he went to America in June 1818.

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Charles Cowden Clarke, born 1787, died 13 March

1877. James Henry Leigh Hunt, born 19 October 1784, died

28 August 1859. Benjamin Robert Haydon, born 26 January 1786, died

22 June 1846. John Hamilton Reynolds, born 9 September 1796, died

15 November 1852. Charlotte Reynolds, mother of the last-named, born 15

November 1761, died 13 May 1848. Jane Reynolds, daughter of the last-named, born 6

November 1794, died, Mrs. Hood, 4 December 1846. Mariane Reynolds, sister of the last-named, born 23

February 1793, died, Mrs. Green, 7 January 1874. Charlotte Reynolds, sister of the last-named, born 12

May 1802. Charles Wells, born 1802, died 17 February 1879. Charles Wentworth Dilke of Chichester, born 25 Novem

ber 1742, died 25 March 1826. Charles Wentworth Dilke, Keats's friend, son of the last

named, born 8 December 1789, died 10 August 1864. Charles Wentworth Dilke, afterwards first Baronet of the

name, son of Keats's friend, born 18 February 1810,

died in May 1869. William Dilke, younger brother of Keats's friend, born

16 August 1796. John Snook, born 7 October 1780, died 29 January

1863. Lætitia Snook, wife of John Snook, born Dilke 4 April

1784, died 9 March 1865. John Taylor, born 31 July 1781, died 5 July 1864. James Augustus Hessey, born 28 July 1785, died 7

April 1870.
Benjamin Bailey, born about 1794, died 1852.
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