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Sense and Sensibility (1811)[]

  • Anne Steele
  • Aunt Dashwood was the sister of Uncle Dashwood. After her death, her brother invited their nephew Henry Dashwood and his family to live with him at Norland Park.
  • Betty is Mrs. Jennings's maidservant.
  • Biddy Henshawe is the very rich aunt of Sophia Grey.
  • Cartwright is a servant at Mrs. Jennings's London house
  • Colonel Brandon
  • Dr. Davies is a clergyman who Anne Steele hopes to ensnare.
  • Edward Ferrars
  • Elinor Dashwood
  • Eliza Brandon was the cousin and childhood sweetheart of Colonel Brandon. She was forced to marry his elder brother instead, however, and was subsequently divorced by him for having an affair. It is believed by some that it is this affair which resulted in the birth of her illegitimate daughter Eliza.
  • Eliza Williams
  • Elliott and Lady Elliott are friends of Robert Ferrars who live in a cottage.
  • Gibson used to live on East Kingham Farm.
  • Henry Dashwood is the former master of Norland Park. Upon his death, his son from his first marriage inherited the property, which left his second wife and their three daughters with only £10,000 to live on.
  • John and Fanny Dashwood are the new master and mistress of Norland Park after the death of his father Henry Dashwood. They are the parents of Harry.
  • John Willoughby
  • Lady Morton is the widow of a lord (either a baron or a viscount) and the mother of Miss Morton.
  • Lord Courtland is a friend of Robert Ferrars whom Robert advises to build a cottage.
  • Lucy Steele
  • Margaret Dashwood
  • Marianne Dashwood
  • Martha Sharpe is a friend of Anne Steele.
  • Miss Godby told Miss Sparks that nobody could expect Mrs. Ferrars to accept Lucy Steele as her daughter in exchange for Miss Morton and her £30,000.
  • Miss Morton is the only daughter of Lady Morton and the heiress of £30,000. Mrs. Ferrars and Mrs. Dashwood hope to marry her off to one of Mrs. Ferrars's sons.
  • Miss Sparks reported her conversation with Miss Godby to Mrs. Jennings.
  • Miss Walker tells Mrs. Taylor that her guardians will not be sorry to have Sophia Grey married because she and Mrs. Ellison could not get along.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Ellison are the former guardians of Sophia Grey, who is now of age.
  • Mr. and 'Mrs. 'Richardsons are friends of the Steeles in London. Mr. Richardson is rich enough to keep his own coach. Mrs. Richardson invites one of the Miss Steeles to join her on a trip to Kensington Gardens.
  • Mr. Brandon (the Elder) was the former master of Delaford and the father of Colonel Brandon. He forced Eliza to marry his elder son instead of Colonel Brandon, whom she loved, so that he could use her dowry to get the property out of debt.
  • Mr. Brandon (the Younger) was the former master of Delaford and the brother of Colonel Brandon. He married their cousin Eliza but treated her poorly and later divorced her after she had an affair, even though it is likely he had affairs of his own.
  • Mr. Donavan is a London doctor who treated both Mrs. Dashwood and Mrs. Palmer's son
  • Mr. Ferrars was the husband of Mrs. Ferrars and the father of Fanny, Edward, and Robert. He died when his children were young and left his fortune at the discretion of his wife.
  • Mr. Harris is an apothecary who works near Cleveland.
  • Mr. Pratt runs a private school in Longstaple, near Plymouth, where he taught Edward Ferrars. He is the uncle of Anne and Lucy Steele.
  • Mr. Rose works in Exeter as a clerk to Mr. Simpson.
  • Mr. Simpson lives in Exeter where Mr. Rose is his clerk.
  • Mr. Steele is the father of Anne and Lucy Steele.
  • Mrs. Burgess is a friend of Anne Steele who lives in Exeter.
  • Mrs. Clarke commands the attention of her intimate friend Mrs. Jennings in Kensington Gardens, preventing her from hearing fresh news from Anne Steele.
  • Mrs. Dashwood
  • Mrs. Dennison invites the John Dashwoods and John's half-sisters to a small musical party at her house.
  • Mrs. Ferrars
  • Mrs. Jennings is the rich widow of a tradesman, the mother of Lady Middleton and Mrs. Palmer, and the cousin of Mr. Pratt and the Steeles.
  • Mrs. Smith is the mistress of Allenham Court. She is fond of her cousin John Willoughby and might make him her heir until another cousin writes her about how he seduced and abandoned Eliza Williams.
  • Mrs. Taylor tells Mrs. Jennings about John Willoughby and Sophia Grey's marriage.
  • Richard is a cousin of Anne and Lucy Steele.
  • Robert Ferrars is the favorite son of Mrs. Ferrars and the younger brother of Fanny and Edward.
  • Sally is a servant at Barton Park whose brother is a post-boy at the New London Inn.
  • Sir John and Lady Middleton (nee Mary Jennings) are the master and mistress of Barton Park. He is the cousin of Mrs. Dashwood, and she is the daughter of Mrs. Jennings and the sister of Mrs. Palmer. They are the parents of John, William, Annamaria, and an unnamed fourth child.
  • Sir Robert is an uncle of Fanny, Edward, and Robert Ferrars who advised Mrs. Ferrars to send Edward to Mr. Pratt's school instead of Westminster.
  • Sophia Grey is the heiress of £50,000 and John Willoughby's wife.
  • The Careys of Newton are a family who live near Barton Park. There were at least two Miss Careys. When Mrs. Dashwood travelled to Cleveland to nurse Marianne, the Careys watched Margaret.
  • The Parrys come to dinner one night while Mrs. Jennings, Elinor, and Marianne are in London.
  • The Sandersons come to dinner one night while Mrs. Jennings, Elinor, and Marianne are in London.
  • The Westons are friends of the Palmers who come to stay at Cleveland.
  • The Whitakers are a family who live near Barton Park.
  • Thomas is the manservant at Barton Cottage.
  • Thomas and Charlotte Palmer are the master and mistress of Cleveland. He is running for parliament. She is the daughter of Mrs. Jennings and the sister of Lady Middleton. They become the parents of a son.
  • Uncle Dashwood was the former master of Norland Park. He was the uncle of Henry Dashwood and the great-uncle of John, Elinor, Marianne, and Margaret Dashwood.

Pride and Prejudice (1813)[]

  • Anne de Bourgh
  • Captain Carter is a member of the militia stationed in Meryton.
  • Caroline Bingley
  • Catherine Bennet
  • Charles Bingley
  • Charlotte Lucas
  • Colonel Fitzwilliam
  • Colonel Forster and Harriet Forster
  • Colonel Millar was the commander of the militia which was stationed in Meryton when Mrs. Bennet was a girl.
  • Dawson is the lady's maid to Lady Catherine de Bourgh.
  • Edward and M. Gardiner are the uncle and aunt of the Bennets. He is a tradesman and the brother of Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Bennet. They have two daughters, aged eight and six, and two younger boys.
  • Elizabeth Bennet
  • Fitzwilliam Darcy
  • George Wickham
  • Georgiana Darcy
  • Haggerston
  • Harriet and Penelope Harrington are sisters and friends of Mrs. Forster and Lydia Bennet. Harriet was too ill to join Pen and their friends when they dressed up Chamberlayne in women's clothes.
  • Jane Bennet
  • Lady Anne Darcy
  • Lady Catherine de Bourgh
  • Lady Metcalf is the employer of Miss Pope and an acquaintance of Lady Catherine de Bourgh.
  • Louisa and Mr. Hurst are the sister and brother-in-law of Charles and Caroline Bingley. She inherited £20,000 from her father, and he is a man of more fashion than fortune.
  • Lydia Bennet
  • Maria Lucas
  • Mary Bennet
  • Mary King
  • Miss Grantley
  • Miss Pope is a governess employed by Lady Metcalf.
  • Miss Watson
  • Mr. Bennet and Mrs. Bennet are the master and mistress of Longbourn. They are the parents of Jane, Elizabeth, Mary, Catherine, and Lydia.
  • Mr. Chamberlayne
  • Mr. Darcy is the former master of Pemberley, the father of Fitzwilliam and Georgiana Darcy, and the godfather of George Wickham. He died five years before the novel begins.
  • Mr. Denny
  • Mr. Jones is the apothecary in Meryton.
  • Mr. Morris
  • Mr. Phillips and Mrs. Phillips are the uncle and aunt of the Bennets. He is an attorney in Meryton who took over his father-in-law's practice, and she is the sister of Mrs. Bennet and Mr. Gardiner.
  • Mr. Pratt
  • Mr. Robinson is a resident of Meryton.
  • Mr. Stone
  • Mr. Wickham is the former steward of Pemberley and the father of George Wickham.
  • Mrs. Annesley is Georgiana Darcy's current companion.
  • Mrs. Hill is the housekeeper at Longbourn.
  • Mrs. Jenkinson is Anne de Bourgh's companion.
  • Mrs. Long is a resident of Meryton and a rival of Mrs. Bennet with two nieces to marry off.
  • Mrs. Nicholls is the housekeeper at Netherfield Park.
  • Mrs. Reynolds is the housekeeper at Pemberley.
  • Mrs. Younge is Georgiana Darcy's former companion.
  • Richard is a manservant whom Mr. Phillips may turn away, but if he does, Colonel Forster will hire him.
  • Sally is a maid who works for the Forsters in Brighton.
  • Sarah is a maid at Longbourn.
  • Sir William and Lady Lucas are the master and mistress of Lucas Lodge. They have several children, though only Charlotte and Maria are mentioned by name.
  • The Gouldings of Haye-Park live near Meryton. William Goulding drives a curricle.
  • The Miss Webbs are the daughters of a gentleman with a small income. They all play the pianoforte.
  • William Collins

Mansfield Park (1814)[]

Emma (1816)[]

Northanger Abbey (1818)[]

Persuasion (1818)[]

Lady Susan (1871)[]

  • The Clarkes
  • Reginald de Coucy
  • Sir Reginald de Coucy
  • Lady de Coucy
  • The Hamiltons
  • James
  • Alicia Johnson
  • Mr. Johnson
  • Maria Manwaring
  • Mr. Manwaring
  • Mrs. Manwaring
  • Sir James Martin
  • Charles Smith
  • Miss Summers
  • Catherine Vernon
  • Charles Vernon
  • Frederica Vernon
  • Lady Susan Vernon
  • The Vernon Children
  • Wilson

The Watsons (written 1803-05)[]

  • Colonel Beresford
  • Betty
  • Charles Blake
  • Mrs. Blake
  • Fanny Carr
  • Mr. Curtis
  • Mary Edwards
  • Mr. Edwards
  • Mrs. Edwards
  • Dr. Harding
  • Mr. Hemmings
  • Mr. Howard
  • Captain Hunter
  • James
  • Mr. Marshall
  • Tom Musgrave
  • Nanny
  • Mr. Norton
  • Captain O'Brien
  • Mrs. O'Brien (formerly Mrs. Turner)
  • Lady Osborne
  • Lord Osborne
  • Miss Osborne
  • Mr. Purvis
  • Dr. Richards
  • Mrs. Shaw
  • Jack Stokes
  • Mr. Styles
  • James Tomlinson
  • Mr. Tomlinson
  • Mrs. Tomlinson
  • Mr. Turner
  • Augusta Watson
  • Elizabeth Watson
  • Emma Watson
  • Jane Watson
  • Margaret Watson
  • Mr. Watson
  • Robert Watson
  • Samuel Watson
  • Penelope Watson

Sanditon (written 1817)[]

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