NamePorden; Eleanor Anne (1795-1825); poet and first wife of explorer Sir John Franklin
Name TypePerson
ForenamesEleanor Anne
SurnamePorden
Also Known AsFranklin, Eleanor
Dates1795-1825
Epithetpoet and first wife of explorer Sir John Franklin
Gender IdentityFemale
RelationshipsDaughter of architect William Porden; first wife of Sir John Franklin.
Related catalogue entries
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D8760/F/GEL/2Papers of Edith Lyttelton Gell relating to publication of book on Eleanor Porden
LS/920FRA/BK/9780571231614Franklin: tragic hero of polar navigation
D8760/F/FEP/2Legal papers of Eleanor Anne Porden
D8760/F/FEP/1/8Letters of Eleanor Anne Porden from other correspondents
D8760/F/LIB/2/3"The Odes of Pindar" (in Greek), Volume 1, given by Mr Flaxman to Eleanor Anne Porden
D8760/F/LIB/2/6"The Iliad" of Homer (in Greek)
D8760/F/FEP/4/3/3Coeur de Lion, or The Third Crusade; A Poem in Sixteen Books: Volume 2, Books 9-16, by Eleanor Anne Porden
D8760/F/FSJ/1/1Letters from Eleanor Anne Porden, later Franklin, to John Franklin, later her husband
D8760/F/FEP/4/4/2Ode Addressed to the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Belgrave on his Marriage with the Honourable Lady Elizabeth Mary Leveson Gower, 16 Sep 1819 [by Eleanor Anne Porden]
LS/919.804/BK/9781908643216Heart of the hero: the remarkable women who inspired the great polar explorers
D8760/F/FEP/1/4Letters from William Porden Kay to his aunt Eleanor Anne Porden
LS/929.2BIR/BK/C21157685The Birtwhistles of Craven and Galloway: drovers, industrialists, a spy and a poetess
D8760/F/GEL/2/1/2Proof photograph of torn label of parcel of letters received by John Franklin from his wife Eleanor, to be given to his daughter
D8760/F/LIB/2/4"The Odes of Anacreon" (in Greek), given by J. F [?Mr Flaxman] to Eleanor Anne Porden
D8760/F/FEP/6Travel diaries and commonplace books of Eleanor Anne Porden
D8760/F/GEL/2/1/5Proof photograph of beginning of letter from Eleanor Anne Franklin to her husband John, starting in French
D8760/F/FEP/1/2Letters from William Porden to his daughter Eleanor Anne Porden
D8760/F/FEP/4/4/1Ode Addressed to the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Belgrave on his Marriage with the Honourable Lady Elizabeth Mary Leveson Gower, 16 Sep 1819 [by Eleanor Anne Porden]
D8760/F/GEL/2/1/8Proof photograph, supposedly of Eleanor Porden's silver brocade wedding dress and shoes
D8760/F/GEL/2/1Proof photographs for inclusion in "John Franklin's Bride" by Edith Gell, published by John Murray in 1930
D8760/F/LIB/2/7"Outlines of Geology", by William Thomas Brande
D8760/F/FEP/4/4/5Ode on the Coronation of His Most Gracious Majesty George the Fourth on July 19 1821, by Miss [Eleanor Anne] Porden
D8760/F/FEP/4/2The Veils; or The Triumph of Constancy: A Poem in 6 Books, by Eleanor Anne Porden
D8760/F/LIB/5/11"A Brave Man and His Belongings: Being Some Passages in the Life of Sir John Franklin R.N.", by Eliza Margaret Jupp
D8760/F/FEP/4/4/4Poem entited "A Voluntary Contribution in aid of the Bedford Free School, 1 May 1819"
D8760/F/GEL/2/1/6Photograph of start of letter from Eleanor Anne Franklin to her husband John, initially in French
D8760/F/FEP/4/4/3Ode Addressed to the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Belgrave on his Marriage with the Honourable Lady Elizabeth Mary Leveson Gower, 16 Sep 1819 [by Eleanor Anne Porden]
D8760/F/LIB/5/10"A Brave Man and His Belongings: Being Some Passages in the Life of Sir John Franklin R.N.", by Eliza Margaret Jupp
D8760/F/FEP/4/4/6Poem entited "Charity: A Second Contribution in aid of the Bedford Free School, Argyll Rooms", 5 May 1821 [by Eleanor Anne Porden]
D8760/F/LIB/2/5"The Tragedies of Aeschylus" (in Greek), given by Mr Flaxman to Eleanor Anne Porden
D8760/F/FEP/4/1The Veils; or The Triumph of Constancy: A Poem in 6 Books, by Eleanor Anne Porden
D8760/F/FEP/4/3/1Coeur de Lion, or The Third Crusade; A Poem in Sixteen Books: Volume 1, Books 1-8, by Eleanor Anne Porden
D8760/F/GEL/2/3Transcripts of documents mainly made for use in preparation of book on Eleanor Anne Porden by Edith Gell, copied from family letters in the Gell collection
D8760/F/FWP/1/5Correspondence between William Porden and John Taylor, mostly relating to the poetry of Eleanor Anne Porden and its publication
D8760/F/FEP/4Published works and writings of Eleanor Anne Porden
D8760/F/FEP/4/5Compendium volume of short works by Eleanor Anne Porden, with notice of obituary
D8760/F/FEP/7Personal papers of Eleanor Anne Porden
D8760/F/FEP/3Manuscripts in hand of Eleanor Anne Porden
D8760/F/LIB/2Books identified as having been in the possession of Eleanor Anne Porden, first wife of Sir John Franklin
D8760/F/FEP/1Correspondence of Eleanor Anne Porden
D8760/F/FEP/1/7Correspondence between Eleanor Anne Porden and friend Henry Elliott
D8760/F/FEP/1/2/1Letter from William Porden to his daughter Eleanor Porden, praising her good lessons, written deliberately with great legibility
D8760/F/FEP/1/3Letters from Sarah Henrietta Kay to her sister Eleanor Anne Porden
D8760/F/FEP/1/5Letters from Mary Anne Kay to her aunt Eleanor Anne Porden
D8760/F/FEP/1/6Letters from Hannah Booth to her sister-in-law Eleanor Anne Franklin
D8760/F/FEP/5The Attic Chest, comprising writings gathered together and edited by Eleanor Anne Porden and her father William Porden, with drafts and related papers
D8760/F/FKA/1/3Letters from Eleanor Anne Porden later Franklin to her sister Sarah Henrietta Kay
D8760/F/LIB/8/3/4Coloured portrait sketch of Eleanor Anne Porden, when she was a young teenager
D8760/E/L/1/5Deed of settlement by William Porden to Messrs Bedford and Bond of leasehold premises in Castle Street and Berners Street, London, for the benefit of Mr Porden, his wife and daughter Eleanor Anne
D8760/F/FEPRecords of Eleanor Anne Porden, first wife of Sir John Franklin
D8760/F/FEP/4/3/2Coeur de Lion, or The Third Crusade; A Poem in Sixteen Books: Volume 2, Books 9-16, by Eleanor Anne Porden
D8760/F/GEL/2/1/7Proof photographs of Eleanor's "wonted sofa" and torn label of parcel of letters in the handwriting of John Franklin
D8760/F/LIB/2/2"The New Testament" (in Greek), given by Sir John Franklin to his wife Eleanor Anne
D8760/F/FEP/1/1Letters from John Franklin to Eleanor Anne Porden, later his wife
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