1886-?; [Mrs Joseph Campbell; née Nancy Maude], b. 23 May; dg.
Col. Aubrey Maude, Cameronian Highlanders; grandfather Col. Sir George
Maude, Crown Equerry to Queen Victoria during thirty-five years, great-grandmother
Emily Mimi Ogilvie youngest of 23 children to William Ogilvie and Emily,
Duchess of Leinster, and half-sister to Lord Edward Fitzgerald; visited
Ireland in 1907 and 1909; heard Joseph Campbell reading at meeting, 20
Nov. 1909; Campbell sought permission to marry her and on being refused
by her family wrote explaining his faults, &c.; m. 23 May 1910; after
moving into a cottage with him in Co. Wicklow [var. Dublin], she was completely
estrangement from her family; sep. 27 August, 1924, with suspicions of
infidelity by both; contrib. Four Poems, Dublin Magazine
; also The Little People (1910) and Agnus Dei (1913).
Four Poems, Dublin Magazine, Vol. 6, No. 2 ;
also issued The Little People (London: Arthur T. Humphreys 1910)
and Agnus Dei (Dublin: Maunsel & Co. 1913).
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Hyland Books (Dec. 1996) lists Agnus Dei (?1910), 16pp.; frontisp.
by Joseph Campbell.