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|Year of Marriage||-|
|Year of Birth||1700|
|Year of Death||1762|
|Father's Rank||[Upper gentry]|
|Father's Title||Chief Baron of the Exchequer of Ireland|
|Mother||Martha Donnellan née Ussher|
1 Anne Donnellan was born in Dublin, in 1700.
1 Anne Donnellan lived with her mother Martha and her step-father Phillip Perceval at Bond Street.
2 Anne Donnellan lived in Dublin also in her adulthood, from 1735 to 1739.
Anne Donnellan was the daughter of Nehemiah Donnellan, Chief Baron of the Irish Exchequer, so they were presumably upper gentry. However, as Anne Donnellan did not marry, which might have affected her status in society.
Singer, albeit not professional.
Anne Donnellan was well read, but it is unclear how she was educated. She was interested in the classics and religion.
Bourke, 2002; World Heritage Encyclopedia; Sairio, 2009
The Donnellan Lectures were first endowed from the estate of Anne Donnellan. Anne herself was interested in the classics and religion, and was a sort of a mentor to Elizabeth.