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A Database of Victorian Fiction, 1837–1901

A Database of Victorian Fiction, 1837–1901

Author: Kate Thompson Sizer

Author: Kate Thompson Sizer (1857–1909)

Biography: Kate Thompson Sizer was born in 1857 in Great Bentley, Essex, the daughter of farmer George J. Sizer. She wrote a number of historical novels as well as poetry. She never married and lived her later years in Ipswich where she died on 24 May 1909.

References: British Census (1881, 1891, 1901); Probate

Fiction Titles:

  1. Avice Tennant's Pilgrimage: A Tale of Bunyan's Days.  1 vol.  London: T. Woolmer, 1887.
  2. Dickon O'Greenwood: or, How the Light Came to Lady Clare. A Village Picture in Martyr Days.  1 vol.  London: Charles H. Kelly, 1891.
  3. The Wooing of Osyth: A Story of the Eastern Counties in Saxon Times.  1 vol.  London: Jarrold and Son, 1893.
  4. The Fruit-Gatherers.  1 vol.  London: Charles H. Kelly, 1896.
  5. Ludwig's Treasure.  1 vol.  London: Charles H. Kelly, 1897.
  6. Denis Patterson, Field Preacher: A Story of Early Methodism and John Wesley.  1 vol.  London: Charles H. Kelly, 1898.
  7. Vera's Christmas Guests.  1 vol.  London: R. T. S., 1899.
  8. Crosbie Urquhart's Sowing: A Story of Methodist Life Fifty Years Ago.  1 vol.  London: Charles H. Kelly, 1900.