Sir Francis Darwin

Standard Name: Darwin, Sir Francis

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Family and Intimate relationships Frances Cornford
Frances Darwin (later Cornford ) travelled to Belfast to serve as hostess for her father , who was then president of the British Association for the Advancement of Science , founded in 1831.
Cornford, Hugh, Gwen Raverat, Christopher Cornford, Frances Cornford, Gwen Raverat, and Christopher Cornford. “Frances Cornford 1886-1960”. Selected Poems, edited by Jane Dowson and Jane Dowson, Enitharmon Press, 1996, p. xxvii - xxxvii.
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Delany, Paul. The Neo-Pagans: Rupert Brooke and the Ordeal of Youth. Free Press, 1987.
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Family and Intimate relationships Frances Cornford
Frances's father, Francis Darwin , later Sir Francis, was a Cambridge botanist. He had earlier worked as an assistant and secretary to his father, Charles Darwin .
Cornford, Hugh, Gwen Raverat, Christopher Cornford, Frances Cornford, Gwen Raverat, and Christopher Cornford. “Frances Cornford 1886-1960”. Selected Poems, edited by Jane Dowson and Jane Dowson, Enitharmon Press, 1996, p. xxvii - xxxvii.
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His niece Gwen thought him the most...
Residence Frances Cornford
After living for more than forty years in the house her father had built her as a wedding gift, Frances Cornford moved into 10 Millington Road, a house closer to the centre of Cambridge.
Cornford, Hugh, Gwen Raverat, Christopher Cornford, Frances Cornford, Gwen Raverat, and Christopher Cornford. “Frances Cornford 1886-1960”. Selected Poems, edited by Jane Dowson and Jane Dowson, Enitharmon Press, 1996, p. xxvii - xxxvii.
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“Mrs. Frances Cornford”. Times, p. 10.
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