Elizabeth Wynne Fremantle (19 April 1778 at Falkingham, now Folkingham, Lincolnshire – 2 November 1857 in or near Nice, France) was the main author of the extensive Wynne Diaries and wife of the Royal Navy officer Thomas Fremantle (1765–1819), a close associate of Nelson.

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  • Elizabeth Wynne Fremantle (19 April 1778 at Falkingham, now Folkingham, Lincolnshire – 2 November 1857 in or near Nice, France) was the main author of the extensive Wynne Diaries and wife of the Royal Navy officer Thomas Fremantle (1765–1819), a close associate of Nelson. (en)
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  • Elizabeth Wynne Fremantle (19 April 1778 at Falkingham, now Folkingham, Lincolnshire – 2 November 1857 in or near Nice, France) was the main author of the extensive Wynne Diaries and wife of the Royal Navy officer Thomas Fremantle (1765–1819), a close associate of Nelson. (en)
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