Jennifer Formichelli wrote:
> I am sorry if I mistook that comment as yours.
No problem, I think what we had was just a chain of each of us adding
extra information or comments about each other's posts and not really
a direct confrontation. I didn't even mean to have you think that I
sent a "I didn't say that!" type post.
> Carol Seymour-Jones was, I thought, quite harsh about the Eliot's finances.
Perhaps. I did come away disappointed in Eliot but at this point I
really say whether it was the way she presented the facts or the facts
and my own thoughts on how he should have acted. She does have a lot on
TSE's finances though (if anyone is interested) but it is spread through
The Russell loan was 3,000 pounds and was given to Eliot during the war.
Eliot paid it back in 1927 according to Ackroyd. I believe only the
principal was given back, please correct me if I'm wrong. Seymour-Jones
said that the Eliot's collected 180 pounds per year in interest from
Russell was presented as not being too wealthy at this point. He didn't
inherit all the family estate until his older brother died sometime
I'm done with Eliot's income for now. I've got to get some more of my