ANNE JEMIMA CLOUGH (1820-1892), English educationalist, was born at Liverpool on the 20th of January 1820, the daughter of a cotton merchant.
The first settlers were chiefly followers of Jemima Wilkinson (1753-1819), a religious enthusiast, born in Cumberland township, Providence county, Rhode Island, who asserted that she had received a divine commission.
His mother, Jemima Fourdrinier, was of a Huguenot family, long established in London as engravers and paper manufacturers.
See Memoir of Anne Jemima Clough, by Blanche Athena Clough (1897).
Two of the three daughters, Harriett Elizabeth and Jemima Charlotte, married brothers, Thomas and John Mozley; and Anne Mozley, a daughter of the latter, edited in 1892 Newman's Anglican Life and Correspondence, having been entrusted by him in 1885 with an autobiography written in the third person to form the basis of a narrative of the first thirty years of his life.