Josephine Tey was a pseudonym used by Elizabeth Mackintosh (1896–1952) a Scottish author best known for her mystery novels. She also wrote as Gordon Daviot, under which name she wrote plays with an historical theme.
- Young and Innocent (1937) - writer: based on the novel entitled "A Shilling For Candles"
- born 25/Jul/1896 in Inverness, Scotland
- daughter of fruiterer Colin John Mackintosh (b. ~1863) and Josephine Mackintosh (b. 1871) née Horne, who married 1894
- sister of Mary H. Mackintosh (b. ~1895) and Jane Ellis Mackintosh (b. 1898)
- died 13/Feb/1952 in London, England
Notes & References
- Born in Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. Son of John Mackintosh (b. ~1838) and Elizabeth Mackintosh (b. ~1850). Died 25/Sep/1950 in Inverness.
- Born 29/Jan/1871 in Rannoch, Scotland. Daughter of Peter Horne (b. ~1836) and Jane Horne (b. ~1838) née Ellis.
- Married 1941 to Donald Stokes.