All results for Emma Lavinia Hardy/Gifford in All Collections

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Text:"..., accompanied by his brother and sister and a nephew (Mr. G. Gifford), and by the graveside were a number of personal friends. The coffin bore a large brass ^ross, with the inscription, “EmmaLaviniaHardy. Died..."
Date:Dec 2 1912
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... the The Wessex Poems of the Past and the and The In 1874 Hardy married MissEmmaLaviniaGifford he is a justice of the peace for and resides at Max near Dor in the very heart of the coun try which he has..."
Date:Jan 28 1906
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... LaviniaGifford even though she grew :to despise him and even though his marriage to was a trial and a tribulation, for years. They attempt, rather, to prove that this early and passionate affair left..."
Date:Aug 27 1966
Publication:Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Text:"...; he strongly disapproved of torture-sports, chaining dogs and caging birds. Hardy was twice married; his first wife, who was Miss EmmaLaviniaGifford, died in 1912. To years later, in his 74th year, he..."
Date:Jan 12 1928
Publication:Kingsport, Tennessee, United States of America
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Text:"..., left estate of the gross valué of £45,518 16s. 9d., of which tlie net personalty has been sworn at £45,237 12s. 5d. Mrs, EmmaLaviniaHardy, of Max (¡ate, Dorchester, a keen Jinmanitarian and a strong..."
Date:Jan 20 1913
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of the old South Dorset churches was entrusted. In 1862 he went to London, and became an assistant to Sir Arthur Blomfield, R.A. In 1874 he married Miss EmmaLaviniaGifford, niece of Dr. Gifford, Archdeacon..."
Date:1907
Place:England
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Text:"... LaviniaGifford, 17 Sept. 1874. Unsettled residence in England, France and Germany, 1874- 82. Settled in Dorsetshire, 1883. Visited Italy, 1887. J.P. for Dorsetihire, 1894. Dramatized version (written..."
Publication date:1904
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Text:"... Coll., 1865-66. Medal of Inst, of Brit. Architects for Essay, 1863 ; Tite Prize, 1863. Contrib. story to Chambers's Journal, 1865 ; frequent contributor to periodicals since then. Married EmmaLavinia..."
Date:Between 1400 and 1898
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... Coll., 1865-66. Medal of Inst, of Brit. Architects for Essay, 1863 ; Tite Prize, 1863. Contrib. story to Chambers's Journal, 1865 ; frequent contributor to periodicals since then. Married EmmaLavinia..."
Date:Between 1400 and 1897
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... forever his attempt to disassociate Elfride Swancourt and EmmaLaviniaGifford, whom he met at the scene of the story in 1870, so like Stephen Smith, and whom he married in 1874. A.L.S., 4 pp..."
Date:1950
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Text:"... Coll., 1865-66. Medal of Inst, of Brit. Architects for Essay, 1863 ; Tite Prize, 1863. Contrib. story to Chambers's Journal, 1865 ; frequent contributor to periodicals since then. Married EmmaLavinia..."
Date:Between 1400 and 1904
Publication place:London, England
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Text:".... In the following year Under the Greenwood Tree was published. In 1874 he married EmmaLaviniaGifford. His first popular success was made by Far from the Madding Crowd (1874), which had previously appeared..."
Date:1933
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Text:"... of Thomas Hardy.quot; Jour, of the Roy. Soc. of Arts, LXXXVIII, 792-93; Weber, Carl J. quot;The centenary of EmmaLaviniaGifford.quot; Colby mercury, VII (Nov.quot; 24), 1-12. Weber, Carl J. Hardy of Wessex..."
Date:Between 1932 and 1944
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Text:"... Coll., 1865-66. Medal of Inst, of Brit. Architects for Essay, 1863 ; Tite Prize, 1863. Contrib. story to Chambers's Journal, 1865 ; frequent contributor to periodicals since then. Married EmmaLavinia..."
Date:Between 1400 and 1897
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... help occasionally making their way into the non-personal poems. The personal love-poems themselves fall into three subdivisions, those written before the death of EmmaLaviniaHardy in 1912 ; the poems..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1928
MyHeritage Family Trees
Hardy Web Site, managed by Howard Nicholls
Death:1912
Husband:Name of husband
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Family tree (14_February_2010) in Family site (BackupMyTree), managed by Jaki Brown
Birth:Month 1840 - Place
Death:1912 - Place
Husband:Name of husband
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Family tree (1 October 2009) in Family site (BackupMyTree), managed by Jaki Brown
Birth:Month 1840 - Place
Death:1912 - Place
Husband:Name of husband
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Family tree (MAY 2009_AutoBackup) in Family site (BackupMyTree), managed by Jaki Brown
Birth:Month 1840 - Place
Death:1912 - Place
Husband:Name of husband