Ishbel Maria Gordon, Marchioness of Aberdeen

Standard Name: Aberdeen, Ishbel Maria Gordon,,, Marchioness of
Used Form: Countess of Aberdeen
Used Form: Ishbel, Lady Aberdeen


Connections Sort descending Author name Excerpt
Friends, Associates Katharine Tynan
Shortly after moving to Shankill, KT met Lord Aberdeen at a party at Dublin Castle; she maintained a long correspondence with him and his wife, Lady Aberdeen . Lord Aberdeen was a Liberal politician...
Intertextuality and Influence Isabella Bird
A notable addition to this book was provided by the photographs taken by IB herself, who had by now become a skilled amateur photographer.
Stoddart, Anna M. The Life of Isabella Bird (Mrs. Bishop). John Murray, 1906.
Another Scottish writer, Ishbel, Lady Aberdeen , had created a...
politics Katharine Tynan
KT travelled to Rome at the invitation of Lady Aberdeen , who was attending, as president, the Quinquennial Meeting of the International Congress of Women .
Tynan, Katharine. The Years of the Shadow. Constable, 1919.
Textual Production Annie S. Swan
ASS sent a copy of her novelThe Shore Beyond to Lady Aberdeen , and received a letter of appreciation written at past midnight by Liberal leader Lord Aberdeen (or Aberdeen and Temair), who had...


26 October 1893
The National Council of Women of Canada was founded with the Countess of Aberdeen as President.
10 February 1897
The Victorian Order of Nurses was founded to commemorate the Queen 's diamond jubilee.
26 June to 5 July 1899
The International Council of Women sponsored the International Congress of Women , a ten-day conference held at Westminster Town Hall in London. Those attending included Susan B. Anthony , Sidney Webb , Josephine Butler