|Volume 7, page 99, sitting number 8642.
Born Alicia Frances Duff-Gordon, her father was Sir William Duff-Gordon, 2nd Baronet.
She appears on the 1881 census living with her sister Georgiana, also unmarried, at 34, Hertford Street, Mayfair, London. The two women had 5 servants to keep house for them.
G.F. Watts used a drawing he had previously done of her for the head of one of the figures on the far left of his Alfred Inciting the Saxons to Prevent the Landing of the Danes, painted for, and still hanging in, the Palace of Westminster.
Miss Alicia Duff-Gordon died in London in 1901, at the age of 79.
From an album assembled by Edmund Baskerville-Mynors, Rector of Ashley in Wiltshire.
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