Margaret Leigh

Author

Margaret Leigh was the author of Driftwood and Tangle, Spade Among the Rushes, Highland Homespun, Harvest of the Moor and MyKingdom for a Horse. She was born in London in 1894, the cousin of novelist Dorothy L. Sayers and the daughter of an Oxford don. Herchildhood was spent wandering Europe and beyond for her father’s health, and following his death she became a governess, teacher anduniversity lecturer. In what would become a life-long habit, Margaret changed tack dramatically and turned to agriculture to support herself andher mother, studying the subject and working farms and crofts, most notably in the north west of Scotland. She died in 1973.

Margaret Leigh was the author of Driftwood and Tangle, Spade Among the Rushes, Highland Homespun, Harvest of the Moor and MyKingdom for a Horse. She was born in London in 1894, the cousin of novelist Dorothy L. Sayers and the daughter of an Oxford don. Herchildhood was spent wandering Europe and beyond for her father’s health, and following his death she became a governess, teacher anduniversity lecturer. In what would become a life-long habit, Margaret changed tack dramatically and turned to agriculture to support herself andher mother, studying the subject and working farms and crofts, most notably in the north west of Scotland. She died in 1973.

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