Stretton, Hesba

Stretton, Hesba, the nom de plume of Sarah Smith, daughter of a Shropshire bookseller, whose semi-religious stories, chiefly for the young, have won wide acceptance in English homes since the publication of “Jessica's First Prayer” in 1867; was a regular contributor to Household Words and All the Year Round during Dickens's editorship; has written upwards of 40 volumes.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Strelitzes * Strickland, Agnes
Stratford-on-Avon
Strathclyde
Strathfieldsaye
Strathmore
Strathpeffer
Strauss, David Friedrich
Strauss, Johann
Streatham
Street, George Edmund
Strelitzes
Stretton, Hesba
Strickland, Agnes
Strindberg, August
Stromboli
Stromkarl
Stromness
Stroud
Struck Jury
Struensee
Strutt, Joseph
Strype, John