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Maud can be found in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, United Kingdom in Europe

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Maud Gonne (1865 - 1953) Featured Maud Print

Maud Gonne (1865 - 1953)

Maud Gonne (1865 - 1953), Mrs John MacBride, ardent Irish Nationalist and, from 1916, an active member of Sinn Fein. She was the dedicatee of many poems by William Butler Yeats who had wished to marry her. Mother of Sean MacBride, Foreign Minister of the Republic of Ireland (1948 - 1951). Halftone after a photograph published in 1901

© Universal History Archive

Alexandra, 2nd Duchess of Fife and her sister Princess Maud Featured Maud Print

Alexandra, 2nd Duchess of Fife and her sister Princess Maud

Alexandra, 2nd Duchess of Fife, later Princess Arthur of Connaught (1891-1959) standing left, and, seated, Princess Maud (1893-1945). The daughters are in mourning for the Duke of Fife who died of pleurisy at Aswan on 29th January 1912. The Fifes were sailing to Egypt in December 1911 when their ship, the P&O liner, Delhi, hit a sandbank off Cape Trafalgar. The Fifes were among the last to leave the ship, and the ship's boat on which they were taken was swamped several times by waves; Princess Alexandra was washed over but a young engineer clung to her hand. Maud was also washed over closer to shore, and once all the passengers had struggled to the beach they had a five-mile walk to find shelter. After the trauma of such an event, the Duke developed a cough and fever which eventually led to his death. Date: 1912

Wightman family Victorian picnic, Yorkshire, 1893 Featured Maud Print

Wightman family Victorian picnic, Yorkshire, 1893

Arthur Wightman (1842 - 1924) is the figure on the far left of the photograph, partially obscured by a young lady in front of him, who is thought to be Annie Maud Wightman (1854 - 1940), one of Arthur's sisters. Arthur's wife Edith Wightman (1850 - 1943) can be seen fourth from the left, wearing a dark-coloured coat and hat. The two gentlemen in the centre of the photograph, sat towards the back, wearing caps and with cigars in their mouths, are possibly Benjamin Arthur Wightman (1873 - 1937), Arthur's eldest son and Henry Temple Wightman (1866 - 1920), Arthur's youngest brother, respectively.
Original at Sheffield Libraries: arc02535

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