September 25, 1867
Katharine St John Conway, who would later be known as KBG, was born at Ongar
, the second of seven children.
11 July 1891
Katharine Conway's first known publication, a poem entitled "A Contrast", appeared in the Worker's Cry
on this date.
KBG published her best-known novel, a fascinating blend of socialist and feminist ideas entitled Aimée Furniss, Scholar
. She issued it with the Clarion Press
under the name 'Katharine St. John Conway'.
14 June 1950
After a brief illness at her home, Glen Cottage
, on the outskirts of Earby
, KBG died peacefully in her sleep.