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He thought it was one of the maids and said. ’ At last he discovered that he was speaking to a young lady and stopped to apologise before he went. At 9 o’clock he was visited by brother Graham in a state of intense indignation and the whole family I believe scolded him and sat upon him thoroughly. In Amy’s eyes Glynn Vivian was a conceited vulgarian who thought himself much more important than he was, a jumped-up scion of the nouveau riche business class who fancied himself as a first-generation gentleman.
Indd 23 12/08/2013 16:17:03 all Johnny Nicholl’s numerous relatives. Amy thus looked forward to a wedding in the spring. Everything proceeded according to plan until Christmas when the first ill omen appeared. On 26 December Amy heard that Llewellyn’s father had died of a heart attack at Dover on Christmas Eve while travelling to Paris on business. This was a major setback for Amy because apart from the personal loss the death of her future father-in-law meant that all her wedding arrangements had to be postponed for several weeks in observance of the usual period of family mourning.
This is not to say that Amy’s formative years were solemn or dull. With her parents frequently away in London on parliamentary business and with her elder sister Minnie virtually in charge of the household, Amy quickly learnt to accept the rough-and-tumble of domestic life and play her part in bringing up young Essie. But her real favourite was her brother Harry, just two years her senior but like most boys far less mature than his sisters. He shared with her in all sorts of exciting games, romping through the extensive woodland around the house, organizing moth-hunting expeditions by candle-light, and invariably giving Amy the excuse to get blissfully wet and muddy and generally act the tomboy role which came so naturally to her.
Amy Dillwyn by David Painting