Teulon, Harriet Mary (F)

d. 25 May 1855. Nationality: English.
Religious poet. Pseudonyms: “H. Mary T.” and “H. M. T.” Born c. 1825. Lived in Montpellier Row, Blackheath. Suffered from a spinal illness. Her brother-in-law, William Newman Nash, published Teulon’s memoir in his edition of her volume of poems *Blossoms in the Shade* (1863). Note that Reilly’s *Mid-Victorian Poetry* (p. 456) confuses Teulon with her sister-in-law, who was also called Harriet. Biographical information: death notice, *The Morning Chronicle*, 29 May 1855, p. 8. (KH)

Poems associated with this person

Poem title Date Periodical Roles id #
Fashionable. The Tale of a Snowdrop 1860-08 Good Words Poet 346
The Lone One 1860-08 Good Words Poet 345
Thorns in the Pillow 1860-09 Good Words Poet 350
Autumn 1860-09 Good Words Poet 351
Lay of Peace in Sickness 1860-09 Good Words Poet 349
Memories of a Brother 1860-10 Good Words Poet 352
One in Every Circle 1860-10 Good Words Poet 354
Night Cry to God 1861-01 Good Words Poet 368
A Song in the Night 1861-03 Good Words Poet 374
Crowned Heads 1861-05 Good Words Poet 379
“A Time to Dance!” 1861-10 Good Words Poet 391