Katharine O'Shea

Standard Name: O'Shea, Katharine
Used Form: Kitty O'Shea
Used Form: Katharine Parnell

Connections

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Dedications Anna Steele
AS published her first novel, Gardenhurst, in three volumes with Chapman and Hall , dedicated to her younger sister, Katherine O'Shea (who had been married in January this year).
Times. Times Publishing Company.
(28 October 1867): 9
Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford, 1990.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
under Katharine O'Shea
Family and Intimate relationships Emma Caroline Wood
ECW bore her thirteenth and last child, a daughter named Katherine, who was later famously known as Kitty O'Shea .
Marlow, Joyce. The Uncrowned Queen of Ireland: The Life of ’Kitty’ O’Shea. Saturday Review Press, 1975.
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Family and Intimate relationships Emma Caroline Wood
ECW 's youngest daughter, Katherine, later known as Kitty O'Shea , became mistress and then wife of Charles Parnell . Her divorce case from William Henry O'Shea famously cost Parnell his position as chairman of...
Family and Intimate relationships Annie Besant
His relatives included John Page Wood , husband of novelist Emma Caroline Wood . This pair were the parents of Anna Steele (another novelist), Katharine O'Shea (mistress and later the wife of Charles Stuart Parnell
Family and Intimate relationships Anna Steele
AS 's youngest sister, by marriage Katherine or Katharine O'Shea , became notorious because of her involvement with Irish politician Charles Stewart Parnell . The sisters were said to have shared a disregard for conventions...
politics Katharine Tynan
KT was a Parnellite: that is, she continued to support the Irish nationalist Charles Stewart Parnell even after he was found guilty of adultery in the O'Shea divorce case in November 1890. Parnell had led...
politics Dora Sigerson
Like her friend Katharine Tynan , DS was a Parnellite: that is, they continued to support the Irish nationalist Charles Stewart Parnell even after he was found guilty of adultery in the O'Shea Divorce Case...
Residence Anna Steele
AS grew up with her family in Essex, first, possibly, at her father's vicarage at Cressing, and then, more certainly, at a house called Glazenwood in Bradwell. Much of her formative life was...
Residence Anna Steele
AS lived with her mother at Rivenhall Place both before and after her father's death in 1866. In 1872 she also rented a house in Buckingham Gate near Green Park in Westminster, close to...

Timeline

6 December 1889
Charles Stewart Parnell , having lost credit among Roman Catholics and the support of England's Liberal Government over the O'SheaKatharine O'Shea divorce case, refused to resign as chairman of the Irish Party after the Home Rulers split.
6 December 1889
Charles Stewart Parnell , having lost credit among Roman Catholics and the support of England's Liberal Government over the O'SheaKatharine O'Shea divorce case, refused to resign as chairman of the Irish Party after the Home Rulers split.