Author: Letitia McClintock
Author: Letitia McClintock (1835–1917)
Biography: Letitia McClintock was born on 12 February 1835 in County Donegal, Ireland, the daughter of Robert McClintock and his wife Margaret (née Macan). She never married and lived most of her life with one of her siblings in Ireland. Throughout her life she wrote fiction as well as collected folklore. She died on 17 June 1917.
References: Irish Census (1901, 1911); Loeber; Probate
- The Cottagers of Glencarran. 1 vol. Edinburgh: Johnstone, Hunter, and Co., 1869.
- Archie Mason: An Irish Story. And Other Tales. 1 vol. Edinburgh: Johnstone, Hunter, and Co., 1869.
- Sir Spangle and the Dingy Hen. 1 vol. London: Henry S. King, 1877.
- A Boycotted Household. 1 vol. London: Smith, Elder, 1881.
- Alice's Pupil. 1 vol. London: James Nisbet, 1883.
- The March of Loyalty. 3 vol. London: Tinsley Brothers, 1884.
- A Little Candle, and Other Stories. 1 vol. Edinburgh: Nelson and Sons, 1886.