Williams, Sarah (F)

d. 25 April 1868. Nationality: Anglo-Welsh. VIAF.
Poet and novelist. Pseudonym: “S. A. D. I.” and “Sadie” (her childhood self-appellation). Date of birth 1837 or 1838. Although she was born in London, and seems to have lived there all her life, Williams had a Welsh father and identified herself as partly Welsh. Educated at Queen’s College, Harley Street, London, in early 1850s. Published poems and sketches in *Good Words*, *Sunday Magazine*, *The Argosy*. Publications include the poetry volume, *Twilight Hours* (1868), and a novel, *The Prima Donna* 1884), both posthumously published. Biographical information: *ODNB*. (AC)

Poems associated with this person

Poem title Date Periodical Roles id #
The Old Astronomer 1867-01-01 Good Words Poet 1820
Omàr and the Persian 1867-02-01 Good Words Poet 1852
Faithful 1867-07-01 Good Words Poet 1869
Hop-Gathering 1868-07-01 Good Words Poet 1906
Finette 1868-10-01 Good Words Poet 1918