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  1. Mary Welsh Hemingway - Wikipedia

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    Mary Welsh Hemingway (April 5, 1908 – November 26, 1986) was an American journalist and author, who was the fourth wife and widow of Ernest Hemingway. 1 Early life 2 As a journalist covering World War II 3 Marriage to Ernest Hemingway

    • Journalist, author
    • November 26, 1986 (aged 78), St. Luke’s Hospital, New York, New York, U.S.
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  2. MARY HEMINGWAY DIES AT 78; WROTE OF LIFE WITH NOVELIST - The ...

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    Nov 28, 1986 · Mary Hemingway, a foreign correspondent for Time and Life magazines during World War II and the widow of Ernest Hemingway, died early Wednesday morning at St. Luke's Hospital after a long illness....

  3. How It Was: Mary Welsh Hemingway: 9780297772651: Amazon.com ...

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    Mary Welsch Hemingway was a woman ahead of her time. This is her story, beginning with how her father contributed to her becoming a strong and independent woman. She was bold and daring... traveling the world, often alone, as a single woman journalist in a time when it was "a man's world."

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  4. Mary Welsh Hemingway (April 5, 1908 – November 26, 1986) was an American journalist and author, who was the fourth wife and widow of Ernest Hemingway.

  5. In 1944 Mary met Ernest Hemingway and the two began a sexual relationship despite the fact that she was still married to Monks and he was still tied, at least on paper, to Martha Gellhorn. Papa had a temper and the sailing wasn't always smooth, but after both got their divorces the pair married in Cuba on March 14, 1946.

    • 5 Apr 1908, Walker, Cass County, Minnesota, USA
    • Ketchum Cemetery, Ketchum, Blaine County, Idaho, USA
    • 27 Nov 1986 (aged 78), Ketchum, Blaine County, Idaho, USA
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  6. Snapshots of Mary Welsh Hemingway - Eve's Mag

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    Mary’s maiden and writing byline name was, of course, Mary Welsh. But her correct, legal, name was Mrs. Noel Monks. She had married Monks, an Australian journalist, not long after she first arrived in London. At the time of our luncheon Monks was in northern France with the Royal Air Force.

  7. 19 Best Mary Welsh images | Ernest hemingway, Earnest ...

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    Ernest and Mary Welsh (the fourth and the last wife of Hemingway) on safari in Kenya, Africa, 1953-1954 - before the two plane accidents. Earnest Hemingway Story Writer Key West Florida Latest Generation Authors Writers Curiosity Short Stories Nonfiction Room 26 Cabinet of Curiosities #Journo Mary Welsh and Ernest Hemingway.

  8. The Many Wives of Ernest Hemingway - Biography

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    Jun 17, 2019 · Born in 1908 in Minnesota, Mary Welsh was a journalist on assignment in London when she met Hemingway in 1944. Unlike Gellhorn, who carried herself with sophistication and was just as or even more...

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  9. Who Did Ernest Hemingway Marry And How Many Kids Did He Have ...

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    Hemingway's last wife was Mary Welsh, whom he married in 1946. They had no children together, although she did have an ectopic pregnancy, what would have been his fourth child. She was another journalist, best known for having once accused Andy Rooney of plagiarism (unproven allegation). By now Hemingway was 47, and perhaps ready to settle ...

  10. Jack Hemingway - Wikipedia

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    Jack Hemingway assisted his father's fourth wife and widow, Mary Welsh Hemingway, with final editing before publication of A Moveable Feast (1964), his father's memoir of life in 1920s Paris, which was published three years after Ernest Hemingway's death.