Anne Lister, 1791-1840
Yorkshire landowner Anne Lister lived just 49 years. She accomplished a great deal in this time. She remodelled her estate in Yorkshire, travelled across Europe, climbed mountains and engaged socially and romantically with a wide social circle.
This timeline outlines her key relationships, trips and other events.
Timeline by Amanda Pryce, Jenna Beyer, February 2019Image: Anne Lister by Joshua Horner
Mariana Percy (Belcombe) Lawton lived at Lawton Hall, Cheshire after her marriage to Charles Lawton in 1816. Mariana was also a long time lover and correspondent of Anne Lister, commonly referred to as 'M' in the Lister journals.
Explore some key dates and events in the life of Mariana in this timeline.
Timeline by Shantel Smith, July 2020Image: A young Mariana Belcombe by Unknown Artist ca. 1800
Isabella Norcliffe was known as Tib to her family and friends, and she is frequently referred to as such in the journals of Anne Lister. Tib and the Norcliffe family played a rather important role in the life of Anne Lister and their family affairs are often documented in the pages of Lister's journal.
This timeline will guide you through the key events in the life of Isabella Norcliffe and some of the other members of the Norcliffe family.
Timeline by Shantel Smith, November 2020Image: Dining room at Langton, family at breakfast 1832-1834 by Mary Ellen Best
Sibbella Maclean, often referred to simply as Miss McL-, was romantic interest-turned-lover and correspondent of Anne Lister from their first meeting in 1820 to her untimely death in 1830. Intimate details of her life, health and family affairs are often documented in the pages of Lister's journals and letters.
This timeline will explore key events of Sibbella's relationship, characterised by affection and regard, with Anne Lister, and provide context for important members of the wider Maclean family who appear in the Lister journals.
Timeline by Kathryn Williams, December 2020Image: Silhouette of Sibbella Maclean by Kathryn Williams & Steph Gallaway