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Captain Herbert William Shove
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Birth: Jul. 6, 1886
Faversham
Kent, England
Death: Dec. 5, 1943
Bristol
Gloucestershire, England

Parents:
Herbert Samuel Shove (1854-1889)and
Bertha Millen (1865-1940) both Ospringe, Kent, England

2 Brothers:
Gerald Frank Shove (Nov 1887 Aug 1947) was a noted Cambridge economist, author and conscientious objector.
Ralph Samuel Shove (May 1889 Feb 1966) was a County Court judge and a rower who competed in the 1920 Summer Olympics to win a silver medal with his team.

Spouses:
Guinevere Mary Wren (1891-1920) 4 daughters
Myrtle Mary Reilly (1887-1971) 3 sons

Herbert was an associate of the Ditchling community (Eric Gill, Hilary Pepler, David Jones and others who formed the Guild of St. Joseph and St. Dominic) and a follower of Hilaire Belloc, G. K. Chesterton and other distributists.

An influence on the Catholic Land Movement, he advocated a middle way between socialism and liberalism in a 'return to the land'. This conservative agrarianism eventually led him towards a flirtation with the reactionary right in the mid-1930s. His life and writings, however, provide an opportunity for reflection on the 'inconvenient history' of interwar ruralist/ecological movements in the 1930s within their entangled contexts of cultural despair and extremes of Englishness.

Books: The Fairy Ring of Commerce, Flee to the Fields: The Faith and Works of the Catholic Land Movement, The Catholic Land Movement: It's Motives and It's Aims and Methods, Distributist Perspectives: Volume I,
Distributist Perspectives: Volume II: Essays on the Economics of Justice and Charity

Decorated for action in the Royal Navy submarine service in the Great War, he was re-mobilised in World War II and died of privations suffered in West Africa.
1917 awarded the D.S.O. for successfully getting his submarine through the Dardanelles during WW1.
1940 awarded the O.B.E. for his work routing shipping convoys during WW2.

More:
http://www.roll-of-honour.org/Sussex/Ditchling.html
http://www.unithistories.com/officers/RN_officersS1b.html 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Herbert Samuel Shove (1854 - 1889)
  Bertha Millen Shove (1865 - 1940)
 
 Spouse:
  Mary Myrtle Reilly Shove (1887 - 1971)*
 
 Siblings:
  Herbert William Shove (1886 - 1943)
  Gerald Frank Shove (1887 - 1947)*
  Ralph Samuel Shove (1889 - 1966)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
Royal Navy
 
Note: BRISTOL (ARNOS VALE) CEMETERY
 
Burial:
Arnos Vale Cemetery
Arnos Vale
Bristol Unitary Authority
Bristol, England
Plot: Sec. TTT. Grave 959.
 
Maintained by: Susan Barbara
Originally Created by: International Wargraves ...
Record added: Sep 29, 2010
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Captain Herbert William Shove
Added by: Susan Barbara
 
Captain Herbert William Shove
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See also GERALD FRANK SHOVE* and wife Fredegond in the Parish of Ascension Burial Ground, Cambridge; * A Cambridge Apostle and a Bloomsbury Group member.
- Martin Douglas Packer
 Added: Jan. 23, 2015
Rest in peace, cousin.
- Susan Barbara
 Added: May. 14, 2013
 
 
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