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Asham House near Beddingham in East Sussex (b/w photo) Featured Virginia Woolf Print

Asham House near Beddingham in East Sussex (b/w photo)

XJF354217 Asham House near Beddingham in East Sussex (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: the house was the holiday home of the Stephen family during 1912-19, including Virginia Woolf and Vanessa Bell (both nee Stephen);); English, out of copyright

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Jack Hills (1867-1938), 1896 (b/w photo) Featured Virginia Woolf Print

Jack Hills (1867-1938), 1896 (b/w photo)

XJF391586 Jack Hills (1867-1938), 1896 (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Rt Hon John Waller Hills, PC, MP, b. 2 Jan 1867, Belgrave Road, Pimlico, London, d. 24 Dec 1938, Palace Gardens Terrace, Kensington, London. Politician and angler, the second son of Herbert Augustus Hills of Highhead Castle, Cumberland, a barrister who was a judge of the International Court of Appeal, Cairo, until 1903, and his wife, Anna, daughter of William Robert Grove, the scientist and judge. He was educated at Eton College and at Balliol College, Oxford. He read for the bar, but was admitted a solicitor in 1897, when he became a partner in the firm Hills and Halsey. He married Stella, the eldest daughter of Herbert Duckworth. step-daughter of Leslie Stephens. Shortly after the marriage Stella was taken ill with peritonitis, and she died in July 1897. Hills made over the income on her marriage settlement to her half-sisters Vanessa Bell and Virginia Woolf. With Vanessa he developed a close relationship, though marriage was ruled out by her position as his deceased wife's sister, while to Virginia he was the subject of tart comment and an object of humour. He re-married in 1831, to Mary Grace Ashton who bore him a son, the future Sir Andrew Ashton Waller Hills.
); English, out of copyright

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Julia Jackson Duckworth (1846-1895), 1874. Creator: Julia Margaret Cameron (British, 1815-1879) Featured Virginia Woolf Print

Julia Jackson Duckworth (1846-1895), 1874. Creator: Julia Margaret Cameron (British, 1815-1879)

Julia Jackson Duckworth (1846-1895), 1874. One of the renowned beauties of Victorian England, Jackson is seen in the two photographs to the left the year she married barrister Herbert Duckworth at age 21. He died three years later, leaving her with two children and a third on the way. She is seen here at age 28, a Victorian tragic heroine haunted by grief. Pale and hollow-eyed, although still lovely, she stands before a wall of ivy, an evergreen plant that signified eternity and fidelity. Four years later, Duckworth married biographer Sir Leslie Stephen with whom she had four children, including author Virginia Woolf and painter Vanessa Bell. Julia Jackson Duckworth Stephen died of rheumatic fever in 1895 at age 49

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