Ada Ward was an English actress and singer who became a star in Australia in the 1870s, and later worked in the United States. She caused a sensation in 1897 by leaving the stage and joining the Salvation Army as a preacher and going on to work in the slums of London.
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- "Miss Ada Ward: An Actress at the Penitent fdorm". The Brisbane Courier. 13 April 1897. Retrieved 23 May 2009.
- "A Pretty Actress Renounces the Stage Forever". Los Angeles Times. 3 March 1897. Retrieved 23 May 2009.
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