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Anne Alexander Gordon

Valedictorian of the Waynesboro's Female College's class of 1868, Anne soon marries Dr. John Gordon and gives birth to a son. Anne seems somewhat reluctant to marry initially, but becomes convinced that it's the right thing and plans to make the best of their marriage. Having been the daughter of a doctor, Anne realizes the demands on John's time and makes the two compatible. Anne soon gives birth to a daughter named Belinda, called Binny. Anne nurses Binny through rheumatic fever and a relapse and is by her daughter's side when she dies. Anne also outlives both her husband John and son Johnny and is the last of the twelve charter members of the club to die. Anne is a staunch believer in the afterlife, though she doesn't believe that her religion has to be an overbearing part of her life. She never tries to push John...

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