18251887, Aug 25
an English novelist and editor. She was a lifelong Congregationalist. She attended boarding school and may have worked as a governess. Guyton's first book, published under the name Worboise, was the novel Alice Cunningham (1846). It was followed by about fifty other novels with a Christian message, which were very popular in their time. She began to suffer from alcoholism, which brought about her death at Clevedon, Somerset.
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