Harriet Bagshawe – Obituary 1912

The Tablet Page 30, 6th January 1912

Also at a venerable age has passed away in London Mrs. Harriet Teresa Bagshawe, widow of the judge, and daughter of Clarkson Stanfield, the artist, whose conversion, preceding Herbert’s, made him the first Catholic Royal Academician. The name thus made distinguished in art has figured on our clergy list for over half a century, for on December 8 last, Father Francis Stanfield, known to many as a hymn-writer, Mrs. Bagshawe’s surviving brother, kept the fifty first anniversary of his priestly ordination. Here we feel prompted to supply a postscript to the two or three personal allusions which hastily occurred to us during our review last week of the ordinations of the past year

W. Field Stanfield – Obituary 1905

Page 28, 23rd December 1905


It is with regret that we have to announce the death of Mr. W. Field Stanfield which took place on Wednesday, at 11, Somers-place, London, W. He was the sixth son of Mr. Clarkson Stanfield, R.A., who died in 1867, and was sixty-one years of age. The funeral takes place to-day, when there will be a Requiem at the Church of Our Lady, of the Rosary, after which the body will be taken to Kensal Green for interment. R. I. P.