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- Abraham Stoker a.k.a. Bram Stoker: Abraham "Bram" Stoker was an Irish author known today for his 1897 Gothic novel, Dracula. During his lifetime, he was better known as personal assistant of actor Henry Irving and business manager of the Lyceum Theatre in London, which Irving owned.
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- Abraham Stoker was the father of Bram Stoker.
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His father Abraham Stoker, was a civil servant who worked at nearby Dublin Castle, and his mother, Charlotte Thornley, was an excellent storyteller from Sligo , in the west of Ireland, who regaled her children with frightening tales of 328 Stoker, ...
Encyclopedia of the Vampire. The Living Dead in Myth, Legend, and Popular Culture (2010)
His father, Abraham Stoker, was a clerk with the British civil service in Ireland. His mother, Charlotte Thornley, who was from western Ireland, was an active social reformer. The Stokers were Protestants who attended the Church of Ireland.
His father, Colonel Deane, was a friend of Stoker's father, Abraham Stoker. Hamilton Deane was an aspiring actor who worked as a bank clerk. He debuted in 1899 with the Henry Irving Vacation Company, a touring company of the Lyceum ...
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