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Virginia Woolf.

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Sir George Herbert Duckworth, CB, FSA (5 March 1868 – 27 April 1934) was an English public servant.

The son of Herbert Duckworth, a barrister, of Orchardleigh Park, Somerset, by his marriage to Julia Prinsep Jackson, a niece of the photographer Julia Margaret Cameron, Duckworth had a younger brother, Gerald, who later founded the London publishing firm of Duckworth & Co, and a sister, Stella (1869–1897). After Herbert Duckworth’s death, Julia Duckworth married secondly the author Leslie Stephen, and Duckworth was thus a half-brother of the painter Vanessa Bell and the writer Virginia Woolf, leading members of the Bloomsbury Group, and of Thoby and Adrian Stephen. Both sisters, Vanessa Bell and Virginia Woolf later accused their two Duckworth half-brothers of molesting them as children and adolescents. Evelyn Waugh offered his 1st novel Decline and Fall to Duckworth publishing, but it was considered to be too racy; he was related by marriage to the Duckworth family by his 1st wife Evelyn Gardner, whose mother was Winifred Herbert. Duckworth published his travel writings which included Labels – the Mediterranean cruise with his 1st wife.

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