William Harrison

Standard Name: Harrison, William


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Family and Intimate relationships Fanny Kingsley
Much to her father's delight, the younger daughter, Mary St Leger Kingsley (called Polly by her family), was courted by William Harrison , Kingsley's curate and close friend. She married Harrison in July 1876, the...
Family and Intimate relationships Lucas Malet
The year after the death of her father, Charles Kingsley , Mary St Leger Kingsley (later LM ) married the Rev. William Harrison , who had served as curate to her father, shared his Evangelicism...
Friends, Associates Florence Marryat
FM became well known in spiritualist circles and acquainted with all the best mediums.
Hill, Georgina O’Brien. “’Above the Breath of Suspicion’: Florence Marryat and the Shadow of the Fraudulent Trance Medium”. Women’s Writing, Vol.
, No. 3, pp. 333-47.
She mentions the names of many spiritualists she knew, both professional mediums and amateur seekers like herself. Among the first...
Residence Fanny Kingsley
In June 1878, Queen Victoria offered FK rooms at Hampton Court Palace, which she declined. FK lived in a sixteenth-century manor house at Tachbrook Mallory in Warwickshire for the rest of her life. The...
Textual Production Lucas Malet
LM edited and wrote the preface for William Harrison 's Clovelly Sermons, which were published in 1898, the year after he died. For this she used her married name, M. St. L. Harrison.
“Contemporary Authors”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Centre-LRC.
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Textual Production Charlotte Stopes
CS published several other works including a collection of verse entitled The Making of Shakespeare (probably 1916), The Seventeenth Century Accounts of the Masters of the Revels (1922), and The Life of Henry, Third Earl of Southampton


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