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Susanna Elizabeth Phillips n Birth and Early Life Susan Elizabeth Burney (also known as Susanna or Susannah) was born in in London, the third daughter of Charles Burney and his first wife, Esther Sleepe . She was very close to her elder sister, Frances Burney, with whom she continued a regular correspondence Adidas X 16+ Purechaos FG/AG in adulthood. As the most musical of the Burney children, Susan grew up particularly close to her father, the wellregarded musician and music historian. She was a regular fixture in her father's London music salon, and she mixed with many famous musicians, including the castrato singer Gasparo Pacchierotti. Susan's letters provide unique insight into London's musical culture of the eighteenth century, as she had privileged access to private events such as rehearsals and informal gatherings. For music historians, Susan's notes help to document the network among patrons and artists as well as amateur and professional musicians. Marriage and Family Life Susan met Captain Molesworth Phillips in October. Phillips was an officer in the Royal Marines, and a close friend of Susan's brother James. Both Molesworth and James had been along on Captain Cook's last expedition, and Phillips had apparently behaved with great bravery. Susan and Molesworth were engaged in early , and were married in, the pair lived briefly in Boulogne, then moved to Mickleham, Surrey, near Juniper Hall. They had three children: Frances Raper, n Phillips , Charles Norbury Phillips, and John William James Phillips. Disintegration of Marriage Move to Ireland By the Phillips' marriage had begun to fall apart, and by, it had nearly collapsed.



Phillips had proven himself to be a gambler and a womanizer, and treated his wife badly. After inheriting his Irish estate from an uncle, Phillips left for Belcotton, County Louth in 1795, taking his eldest son Norbury with him. As Phillips had given up their residence at Mickleham, Susan and her two remaining children had to stay with family in London. In August 1796, Phillips came to London and demanded that Susan join him in Ireland, along with their Frances and William. Susan reluctantly joined him, realizing that if she did not, she would likely not see her son Norbury again. At Belcotton, an oldfashioned farmhouse with few amenities, Susan was cut off from family and friends. She was essentially abandoned by her husband, who was openly carrying on an affair with his second cousin, Jane Brabazon. Illness Chaussures de football adidas X and Death Susan's health seriously declined while at Belcotton, but her husband was unwilling to allow her to return to England. In , her concerned family was able to convince Phillips to allow Susan to come home due to her ill health. Susan survived the sea journey, and alighted at Parkgate, near Chester, on December . However, she died a few days later, on January 6, 1800. She is buried at the parish church of St. Mary St. Helen, Neston, Wirral, Chester.

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