Frederick John Dealtry, Baron Lugard

Standard Name: Lugard, Frederick John Dealtry,,, Baron


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death Flora Shaw
She was outlived by her husband Frederick Lugard , who died on 11 April 1945.
Perham, Margery. Lugard. Collins.
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Family and Intimate relationships Flora Shaw
FS married her friend Sir Frederick Lugard (a high-ranking army officer and colonial administrator) in the church at Funchal, Madeira, off the coast of Portugal; they then left for West Africa together.
Burke, John, editor. Burke’s Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Peerage, Baronetage, and Knightage of the United Kingdom. Burke’s Peerage.
Bell, E. Moberly. Flora Shaw. Constable.
Family and Intimate relationships Flora Shaw
In early October 1911 FS 's husband, Sir Frederick Lugard received an irresistible job offer to become the Governor General of the new amalgamation of Northern and Southern Nigeria. She urged him to accept...
Health Flora Shaw
According to FS 's own biographer and her husband's biographer (E. Moberly Bell and Margery Perham respectively, both of whom were friends of their subjects) it was overwork that caused such mental and physical...
Leisure and Society Flora Shaw
On 1 January 1928 FS 's husband, already Sir Frederick Lugard , was made a peer in the New Year's Honours List. (Her name, which had become Lady Lugard on her marriage, did not alter...
Reception Flora Shaw
In a letter to her husband , FS articulated her motivation for political writing and described her own influence: I never thought of my work exactly as journalism, but rather as active politics without the...
Reception Mary Kingsley
The review of West African Studies which MK dreaded the most was that by the Times, where the colonial editor was Flora Shaw . Shaw was already closely associated with Frederick Lugard , architect...
Residence Flora Shaw
After the retirement of FS 's husband in July 1919, they settled in their rural home in Abinger. He became Lord Lugard in 1928.
Bell, E. Moberly. Flora Shaw. Constable.
“Obituary: Lady Lugard: A Journalist of Empire”. Times, p. 17.
Textual Features Flora Shaw
FS begins her book with the reminder that ours is not a white empire. At this time, when the British empire extended over a quarter of the globe, only one out of every eight subjects...
Textual Production Flora Shaw
She had first met Rhodes earlier the same year—in which, on 15 October 1889, the British South Africa Company 's charter was issued, granting vast powers including the right to occupy territory, to enter into...
Textual Production Flora Shaw
In her final years FS published little. She helped her husband, Frederick Lugard , with his work The Dual Mandate in British Tropical Africa, 1922, and occasionally wrote reviews for the Times Literary Supplement...
Textual Production Flora Shaw
She maintained an active correspondence, especially with her husband , who was frequently away on public business.
Perham, Margery. Lugard. Collins.
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Her collected correspondence and papers are held at Rhodes House Library (Oxford University: the Bodleian Library...
Textual Production Elspeth Huxley
They had begun planning such a book after meeting at a Colonial Conference in summer 1941, at Oxford , where Perham was Reader in Colonial Administration. Lord Lugard supplied an introduction.
Nicholls, C. S. Elspeth Huxley. HarperCollins.
166, 168
Faber and Faber
Travel Flora Shaw
FS (Lady Lugard) arrived in Hong Kong with her husband, Sir Frederick Lugard , who had been appointed Governor of the colony.
Perham, Margery. Lugard. Collins.
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16 March 1910: The foundation stone for the new Hong Kong...

Building item

16 March 1910

The foundation stone for the new Hong Kong University was laid by Sir Frederick Lugard , the architect of indirect rule.


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