George William Hudson Shaw

Standard Name: Shaw, George William Hudson

Connections

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Family and Intimate relationships Maude Royden
MR met her great love and eventual husband, the Rev. Hudson Shaw , a radical Liberal Anglican. Though they loved each other at sight, they did not marry until forty-three years later.
Fletcher, Sheila. Maude Royden: A Life. Basil Blackwell, 1989.
44
Royden, Maude. A Threefold Cord. Victor Gollancz.
9
Family and Intimate relationships Maude Royden
After the Rev. Hudson Shaw 's wife Effie died in February of this year, MR and Shaw married. They held their wedding in a country church in Kent.
Royden, Maude. A Threefold Cord. Victor Gollancz.
106
Fletcher, Sheila. Maude Royden: A Life. Basil Blackwell, 1989.
277
Occupation Maude Royden
The Rev. Hudson Shaw invited MR to work as a sort of unpaid curate in his little country parish at South Luffenham.
Royden, Maude. A Threefold Cord. Victor Gollancz.
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Fletcher, Sheila. Maude Royden: A Life. Basil Blackwell, 1989.
44, 51
Occupation Maude Royden
Through the Rev. Hudson Shaw 's influence as a lecturer at Oxford University 's Extension Summer School , MR became a lecturer in English literature in the Extension Delegacy programme.
Royden, Maude. A Threefold Cord. Victor Gollancz.
30
“The Papers of Agnes Maude Royden”. Archives Hub: London Metropolitan University: Women’s Library.
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.
“The Times Digital Archive 1785-2007”. Thompson Gale: The Times Digital Archive.
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Occupation Maude Royden
The Rev. Hudson Shaw , then rector of St Botolph without Bishopsgate, asked MR to conduct its annual Three-Hour Service. The Bishop of London intervened, however, and the service was held in the Parish...
politics Maude Royden
In 1912, MR wrote two letters to the editor of the Times to defend the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies and its publications against the critical judgements of the well-known anti-suffragist writer Mary Augusta Ward
politics Maude Royden
Brought up in a Conservative family, MR began in her late twenties and early thirties to develop the Socialist views she espoused throughout her adulthood. She said, however, I never joined any party ....
Author summary Maude Royden
Maude Royden , famous as an early twentieth-century campaigner for women's status in the ministry of the Church of England , was also a preacher, suffragist, feminist, and anti-war activist. She published at least fifty...
Residence Maude Royden
MR moved from Oxford to Alderly Rectory in North Cheshire to live with the Rev. Hudson Shaw and his wife Effie .
Royden, Maude. A Threefold Cord. Victor Gollancz.
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Fletcher, Sheila. Maude Royden: A Life. Basil Blackwell, 1989.
86
Residence Maude Royden
The Rev. Hudson Shaw became rector of St Botolph without Bishopsgate in London, and MR moved with him and his wife into a flat in Bedford Square.
Royden, Maude. A Threefold Cord. Victor Gollancz.
46
Residence Maude Royden
In 1952 MR moved from Kent, where she had lived with Shaw at the end of his life, to Golders Green.
Fletcher, Sheila. Maude Royden: A Life. Basil Blackwell, 1989.
285
Textual Production Maude Royden
MR 's autobiography, A Threefold Cord, which largely focuses on her unconventional, platonic, three-way relationship with the Rev. Hudson Shaw and his wife Effie , appeared three years after Shaw's death.
Royden, Maude. A Threefold Cord. Victor Gollancz.
title-page and prelims
Fletcher, Sheila. Maude Royden: A Life. Basil Blackwell, 1989.
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