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George & Mary Meredith in Weybridge, Shepperton & Esher, 1849-61.

John Sydney Leslie Pulford

George & Mary Meredith in Weybridge, Shepperton & Esher, 1849-61.

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Published by Walton and Weybridge Local History Society in (Walton) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesPaper -- 27.
ContributionsMeredith, George, 1828-1909., Meredith, Mary Ellen., Walton and Weybridge Local History Society.
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 66 p., plates :
Number of Pages66
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19698938M


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Pulford (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : J S L. Pulford. ford, George George & Mary Meredith in Weybridge Mary Meredith in Weybridge, Shepperton & Esher,Walton & Wey bridge Local History Society Paper Number 27 (): ; and my article, "Mary Ellen's First Affair: New Light on the Biographical Background to Modern Love," Times Literary Supplement, 15 JuneBoth Mary Ellen and her brother Edward, like Meredith, were contributors to the Monthly Observer.

In Meredith and Mary Ellen married at St George’s Hanover Square. After a long honeymoon travelling in Europe the couple settled in rooms at ‘The Limes’, Weybridge, a convenient location from which Mary could visit her father who lived. George & Mary Meredith in Weybridge, Shepperton & Esher, John Sydney Leslie Pulford Not In Library.

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