Kathleen Marion Barrow

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Kathleen Marion Barrow (20 August 1870 in Ryde, Isle of Wight – 4 October 1952 in Rotherfield, Sussex) was a British novelist and journalist. Her parents were Major-General Joseph Lyon Barrow and Emily (née McMaster).

During World War I Barrow was a Voluntary Aid Detachment (V.A.D.) nurse, writing the account of her experience in 'A V.A.D. at the Base' published in 'Reminiscent Sketches 1914 to 1919'.[1] In 1914 she also published 'How women can help the wounded' with Anna B de Cunynghame and Fleming Mant Sandwith as part of the Standard 'How to Help Series'.[2] In the early 1920s Barrow worked for The Times newspaper, writing weekly articles on London fashions.

Kathleen M Barrow published the novels Brushwood (1922); The Singing Heart (1923); Sarah Herring (1924) and Rosewood and Mahogany (1929).