Ursula Collingwood was the youngest daughter of W. G. Collingwood.

In 1910 Arthur was staying at Lanehead with the Collingwoods, first in Robin’s room; then he camped in the garden and with Robin when he came home on Peel Island. Ursula cycled along the Nibthwaite Road by the edge of the lake one morning, and swam across to the island with the proofs of Arthur’s book on Edgar Allan Poe tied to her head. Arthur and Robin went through them; then Ursula swam back to the mainland with the proofs and sent them off in the afternoon post. (AAR p137) (LAR p68).

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