Woman of the Century/Jeannette R. H. Walworth

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WALWORTH, Mrs. Jeannette Ritchie Hadermann, author, born in Philadelphia. Pa., 22nd February, 1835. Her father was Charles Julius Hadermann, a German baron, who was a JEANNETTE RITCHIE WALWORTH A woman of the century (page 756 crop).jpgJEANNETTE RITCHIE WALWORTH. president of Jefferson College. He removed his family to Natchez, Miss., where he died. The family then moved to Louisiana, and Jeannette, who had been carefully educated, became a governess at the age of sixteen years. At an early age she became the wife of Major Douglas Walworth, of Natchez. They lived for a time on his plantation in southern Kansas, and thence moved to Memphis, Tenn. They next removed to New York City, where she now lives. She has contributed many stories to newspapers and periodicals, her published works are: "Forgiven at Last" (1870). "The Silent Witness" (1871). "Dead Men's Shoes" (1872), "Heavy Yokes" (1874), " Nobody's Business" (1878), "The Bar Sinister" (1885). "Without Blemish" (1885), "Scruples" (1886), "At Bay" (1887), "The New Man at Rossmere" (1887), "Southern Silhouettes" (1887), "True to Herself" (1888), "That Girl from Texas " (1888), "Splendid Egotist" (1889) and "The Little Radical" (1890).