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Ford Madox Ford

Ford Madox FordAKA Ford Madox Hueffer

Born: 17-Dec-1873
Birthplace: Merton, Surrey, England
Died: 26-Jun-1939
Location of death: Deauville, France
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Buried, Deauville, France

Gender: Male
Religion: Roman Catholic
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Novelist

Nationality: England
Executive summary: The Good Soldier

Military service: British Army (WWI, gassed)

Grandson of painter Ford Madox Brown.

Father: Francis Hueffer (music critic, d. 1889)
Mother: Catherine Madox Brown
Brother: Oliver (younger)
Sister: Juliet
Wife: Elsie Martindale (m. 1894)
Mistress: Mary Martindale (Elsie's sister, extramarital affair)
Mistress: Violet Hunt
Mistress: Stella Bowen (one daughter)
Mistress: Esther Julia (two daughters)
Daughter: Katherine
Daughter: Christina
Mistress: Jean Rhys (novelist)
Mistress: Janice Biala (until Ford Madox's death)

    High School: Pretoria House School, Folkstone
    High School: University College School, London

    Converted to Catholicism 1892
    Bigamy Imprisoned (1911)
    Risk Factors: Agoraphobia

Author of books:
The Inheritors: An Extravagant Story (1901, novel)
Romance (1903, novel)
Ladies Whose Bright Eyes (1911, novel)
Ancient Lights and New Reflections: Being the Memories of a Young Man (1911, memoir)
The Good Soldier (1915, novel)
Joseph Conrad: A Personal Remembrance (1924)
Some Do Not (1924, novel)
No More Parades (1925, novel)
A Man Could Stand Up (1926, novel)
The Last Post (1928, novel)

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