Grangerised refers to any book in which blank leaves are left, or added, for the purpose of enhancing a printed text with illustrated or manuscript material, clippings, etc., of the owner's choice. The term derives from James Granger (1723?-1776), whose five-volume Biographical History of England (1769?-1774) was often expanded this way.
The Kemble Family: included some of the greatest performers of the eighteenth, and later the nineteenth century, including John Philip Kemble (1757?-1823), Charles Kemble (1775?-1854), Sarah Siddons (1755-1831), and Frances Anne Kemble (1809?-1893).
Thomas William Robertson (1829-1871): author of some sixty-one plays. His romantic (and unhistorical) David Garrick was adapted from his own unpublished novel, itself based on the French drama Sullivan by M. Mélesville (1787-1865).