These are so many people connected with George Borrow — it’s difficult to find a classification for our people Web pages. As such, this page will hold links to people who don’t fit in other places.
Cooke, Robert, partner of John Murray III., friend of Borrow.
Cooper, Charlotte, the Gypsy of Wandsworth.
Cooper, Jack, also known as Cooper the Gypsy, husband of Charlotte Cooper the Gypsy of Wandsworth.
Cooper, Thomas, real name of Cooper the Gypsy.
Cunningham, Rev. Francis, rector of Pakefield then Vicar of Lowestoft, friend of Borrow who got him the position with the Bible Society.
Hake, Alfred Egmont, son of Dr. Hake, who wrote two articles giving recollections of George Borrow in 1881.
Herne, Thomas, old gipsy living in the Potteries, West London, visited by Borrow on 22 June 1863 with the encounter recorded in Romano Lavo Lil.
MacOubrey, William, the Irish M.D. and Barrister who married Borrow’s step-daughter Henrietta Clarke.
Murray, John III., 1808–1892, Borrow’s friend an publisher of his later works.
Oriel, Sarah, friend of the Borrow’s in Brompton.
Watson, Mrs, “door dear”, mentioned in a letter from George to Mary, probably around 1858. George Borrow and His Circle, page 380.