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T. P. Cameron Wilson

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Theodore Percival Cameron Wilson (April 25, 1888 - March 23, 1918), was an English poet and novelist of the First World War, best known for his poem Magpies in Picardy, published posthumously in 1919 by The Poetry Bookshop. Wilson was born in Paignton, Devon, where his father, Theodore Cameron Wilson, was vicar of Christchurch. His mother was Annie Smith, possibly an American; his grandfather, the Rev. Theodore Percival Wilson was, albeit briefly, a pioneering priest in South Australia and first headmaster of Adelaide's great Anglican school, St Peter's College. He was also a popular novelist, noted for Frank Oldfield, set in South Australia and England on the theme of temperance. Wilson was the fourth of six children; the youngest brother became a successful actor under the name of Charles Cameron, and one sister, Marjorie, was a published poet. Wilson preferred to be known as "Jim" rather than by any of his given forenames. He was scrappily educated, went to Oxford in 1907 as a
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