Lady Katharine Tait

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Lady Katharine Jane Tait (née Russell; born December 29, 1923) is a British author and essayist. The only daughter of Bertrand Russell and the eldest daughter of Dora (Black) Russell, she is a co-founder and Honorary Member of the Bertrand Russell Society. She has authored several essays about her father; as well as a book, My Father, Bertrand Russell, which was published in 1975.[1]

She married Charles William Stuart Tait, a Christian minister in 1948; they had five children. Bertrand Russell reluctantly paid for his son-in-law's seminary education.

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  1. ^ "My Father, Bertrand Russell". National Library of Australia. Retrieved 28 May 2010.