Williams, Sarah (F)

Surname: Williams
Forename(s): Sarah
d. 25 April 1868. Nationality: Anglo-Welsh. VIAF.
Poet and novelist. Pseudonym: S. A. D. I., S., 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

Total poems: 16
Poem title Date Periodical Roles id #
The Old Astronomer 1867-01-01 Good Words Poet 1820
Youth and Maidenhood 1867-02 The Argosy Poet 16179
Omàr and the Persian 1867-02-01 Good Words Poet 1852
The Doom of the Prynnes. Part I 1867-03 The Argosy Poet 16181
Strangers 1867-04 The Argosy Poet 16184
The Doom of the Prynnes. Part II 1867-04 The Argosy Poet 16183
The Doom of the Prynnes. Part III 1867-05 The Argosy Poet 16185
Flowers in the East Wind 1867-06 The Argosy Poet 16192
A Pastoral. (Leighton’s Picture in the Royal Academy Exhibition, 1867) 1867-06 The Argosy Poet 16190
Andromache 1867-07 The Argosy Poet 16198
Faithful 1867-07-01 Good Words Poet 1869
A Poet’s Moods 1867-09 The Argosy Poet 16203
A Poet’s Moods 1867-10 The Argosy Poet 16205
A Lost Friend 1867-11 The Argosy Poet 16207
Hop-Gathering 1868-07-01 Good Words Poet 1906
Finette 1868-10-01 Good Words Poet 1918