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Loose journals, diaries and notebooks of members of the Macirone family, 1844-1880

MS. 11904/7

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Journals and notebooks of members of the Macirone family, including:
  1. Emily Macirone’s Diary, 1844-1846
  2. George Macirone’s diaries/timetables from Northampton Lunatic Asylum and Heigham Hall Asylum, Norwich, 1847-1850
  3. Notebooks kept by George Augustus as an apprentice at Napier’s shipyard in Glasgow, titled Data, Scraps and Sacred Scraps, Diarium (begun Ash Wednesday 1853) and Diarium, 1853
  4. Clara Macirone – Her story, n.d.
  5. Notebook of Mary Ann Macirone’s reflections towards the end of life (and a page of remedies for burns) followed by Clara’s reminiscences, 1862–1869
  6. Memoranda, 1863
  7. Mary Ann's Diary, 1864
  8. George Augustus’ account of Mary Ann’s last illness and death with doctors’ prescriptions and directions, 1869
  9. Mary Ann’s account for George Augustus of her (Perriman/Tijou) family, unfinished and only discovered after her death, 1869
  10. A family history written by Clara Macirone for Francis Peter Macirone, 1880
  11. 'Of Ghosts' – an account of family experiences of apparitions by Clara Macirone, 1880s
  12. 'A Few Reminiscences' by Clara Macirone with a typed transcript by Francis Peter Macirone, n.d.
  13. Copy of the memorial in St. Botolph’s Bishopsgate to Pietro Macirone and his descendents, n.d.


  • 1844-1880


1 box (2 folders)


MS. 11904/7

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

Weston Library
Broad Street
Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom