Rowland H. Rash

Standard Name: Rash, Rowland H.
Used Form: Rowland Harry Rash

Connections

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Family and Intimate relationships Doreen Wallace
DW got married (from the house of a paternal uncle) at Helensburgh in Scotland to Suffolk farmer Rowland Harry Rash , whom she had known for a couple of years.
Shepherd, June. Doreen Wallace, 1897-1989: Writer and Social Campaigner. Edwin Mellen Press, 2000.
36, 41-2
Family and Intimate relationships Doreen Wallace
DW 's husband, Rowland Rash , died at home of bronchopneumonia and other complaints.
Shepherd, June. Doreen Wallace, 1897-1989: Writer and Social Campaigner. Edwin Mellen Press, 2000.
126-7
Family and Intimate relationships Doreen Wallace
During the 1970s DW 's husband, Rowland Rash , underwent a decline both in body and mind. He became frail and confused in a way that was immensely painful to his wife.
Shepherd, June. Doreen Wallace, 1897-1989: Writer and Social Campaigner. Edwin Mellen Press, 2000.
125-6
Material Conditions of Writing Doreen Wallace
DW , in the midst of her own and her husband 's personal and practical struggle with the Tithe Laws, published with Victor Gollancz a controlled but furious polemic entitled The Tithe War.
TLS Centenary Archive Centenary Archive [1902-2012].
1682 (26 April 1934): 302
Wallace, Doreen. The Tithe War. Victor Gollancz, 1934.
3-8
Shepherd, June. Doreen Wallace, 1897-1989: Writer and Social Campaigner. Edwin Mellen Press, 2000.
62
politics Doreen Wallace
Bailiffs arrived at Wortham Manor, where DW and her husband farmed, and impounded fifteen bullocks and 134 pigs, mostly ready for market. The animals, distrained for non-payment of tithes, were to be auctioned.
Wallace, Doreen. The Tithe War. Victor Gollancz, 1934.
4
politics Doreen Wallace
Twenty or more Blackshirts from the British Union of Fascists set up camp at the Wortham farm of DW and her husband (who were not Fascist sympathisers), claiming to protect the interests of the farmer...
politics Doreen Wallace
The Siege of Wortham ended when the pigs and cattle legally distrained at the manor, home of DW and her husband , were roughly but efficiently removed, while police controlled the potentially hostile crowds.
Shepherd, June. Doreen Wallace, 1897-1989: Writer and Social Campaigner. Edwin Mellen Press, 2000.
75-6
Reception Doreen Wallace
She presented a copy of each of her books to her husband , inscribed: R. H. Rash, with love from the author.
Shepherd, June. Doreen Wallace, 1897-1989: Writer and Social Campaigner. Edwin Mellen Press, 2000.
99
But he and most of her family never read her books, though...

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