1996-08-11, English, Article, Other article, Photograph edition: Lost daughter of Wells' passion. (writer H.G. Wells) Brooks, Rick

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Physical Description
  • photograph
  • Newspaper article
Published
  • Financial Times Ltd., 1996 August 11
Language
  • English

Edition details

Title
  • Lost daughter of Wells' passion. (writer H.G. Wells)
Also Titled
  • Lost daughter of Wells' passion.
Appears In
  • The Observer, no.n10686, 1996 August 11, p7(1) (ISSN: 0745-9491)
Author
  • Brooks, Rick
Published
  • Financial Times Ltd., 1996 August 11
Physical Description
  • photograph
  • Newspaper article
Subjects
Target Audience
  • General
Summary
  • Researchers have located writer H.G. Wells' illegitimate daughter, Anna-Jane Kennard, on North Island, New Zealand. Kennard's mother, Amber Reeves, had an affair with Wells in 1909 while he was married to Jane Robbins. Wells contributed to Kennard's upkeep and she still receives part of his royalties. Wells told Kennard he was her father when she was aged 20. Wells' wife knew of his extra-marital affairs, according to her grandson.
Notes
  • photograph
Language
  • English
Database
  • Gale General OneFile
Identifier
  • 18632061

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