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  1. Dorothy Violet Wellesley, Duchess of Wellington ( née Ashton; 30 July 1889 – 11 July 1956 [1] ), styled Lady Gerald Wellesley between 1914 and 1943, was an English author, poet, literary editor and socialite.

  2. Catherine Sarah Dorothea Wellesley, Duchess of Wellington (née Pakenham; 14 January 1773 – 24 April 1831), known before her marriage as Kitty Pakenham, was the wife of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington.

  3. Início. Biografia. Bibliografia. Catherine Wellesley, Duquesa de Wellington. Catherine Sarah Dorothea Wellesley, também conhecida como Kitty Pakenham ( Dublin, 14 de janeiro de 1773 — Apsley House, 24 de abril de 1831) era a filha de Edward Michael Pakenham, 2.º Barão Longford e Catherine Rowley.

  4. Name variations: Duchess of Wellington. Born Dorothy Violet Ashton in White Waltham, Berkshire, England, on July 20, 1889; died in Withyham, Sussex, England, on July 11, 1956; daughter of Robert Ashton and Lucy Cecilia Dunn Gardner Ashton; tutored at home by foreign governesses; married Lord Gerald Wellesley, 7th duke of Wellington; children ...

  5. She was editor for Hogarth Press of the Hogarth Living Poets series. She also edited The Annual in 1929. According to W. B. Yeats, Wellesley was one of the greatest writers of the twentieth century - see his Introduction to the Oxford Book of Modern Verse 1892-1935.

  6. Dorothy Violet Wellesley, duquesa de Wellington (de soltera Ashton; 30 de julio de 1889 - 11 de julio de 1956), llamada Lady Gerald Wellesley b> Entre 1914 y 1943, fue un autor, poeta, editor literario y socialité inglés.

  7. Overview. Dorothy Wellesley. (1889—1956) poet. Quick Reference. (1889–1956) Poet, born at White Waltham, Berkshire, and educated privately. She published Early Poems in 1913, followed by Poems (1920), Genesis (1926), Deserted House (1931), Poems of Ten Years (1934) ... From: Wellesley, Dorothy in The Oxford Companion to English Literature »