Henry Tertius (Harry) Norton

The personal details and relationships of Henry Tertius (Harry) Norton


Personal Details

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 147   Male  Mr
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Tertius (Harry)



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 1886-1937. Mathematician, Lytton Strachey dedicated his most famous book 'Eminent Victorians' to Norton published in 1918. He suffered a nervous breakdown in 1920 leading to an early retirement. Harry was stage manager for an Edward Garnett play performed at the Haymarket. Harry was later on part of the group that made up Edward Marsh's set including Duncan Grant and Rupert Brooke. In Virginia Woolf's book Moments of Being she describes Norton as being -'so able, so honest, so ugly, so dry'. 

Personal Relationships

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Rupert Chawner Brooke


Duncan James Corrowr Grant


Edward Howard Marsh


Lytton Giles (Lytton) Strachey


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