Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler

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Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler (9 April 1860 - 22 June 1929) was an English author.


She was the daughter of Henry Hartley Fowler, 1st Viscount Wolverhampton.


She published several volumes of verse and a volume of short stories. She first achieved fame by the publication of Concerning Isabel Carnaby (1898). This was followed by A Double Thread (1899), Fuel of Fire (1902), Place and Power (1903), Kate of Kate Hall (1904), Her ladyship's conscience (1914)[1] and Ten Degrees Backward (1915).[2]


On 16 April 1903 Ellen married Alfred Felkin, a senior teacher at the Royal Naval School at Mottingham near Eltham.[3] Her sister Edith Henrietta Fowler was also a novelist.


  1. ^ "What conscience will do". The Independent. Jul 6, 1914. Retrieved July 28, 2012. 
  2. ^  One or more of the preceding sentences incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain"Fowler, Ellen Thorneycroft". Collier's New Encyclopedia. 1921. 
  3. ^ Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler - Wolverhampton History

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