London, England 1897 (3)




Results
 
Crosstable scores
Name   Edo    Dev.   Score  /  Games   
Rudge, Mary    2131 (72) 17.5 / 18 
Fagan, Louisa    2008 (58) 14.5 / 18 
Thorold, Eliza    1870 (65) 14 / 19 
Worrall, Harriet    1933 (75) 12 / 18 
Bonnefin, Marie    1847 (77) 11.5 / 18 
Berry, Ms. F. Sterling    1782 (79) 9.5 / 17 
Thomas, Edith    1829 (62) 11.5 / 19 
Field, Gertrude    1801 (72) 11 / 19 
Watson, Miss G.    1731 (71) 9.5 / 18 
Gooding, Ms.    1750 (73) 9.5 / 18 
Sidney, Eliza    1709 (64) 10 / 19 
Hooke, Alice    1705 (74) 8 / 17 
Fox, Rita    1679 (75) 8 / 18 
Hertzsch, Ms.    1655 (79) 7.5 / 18 
Eschwege, Ms.    1533 (85) 5 / 18 
Müller-Hartung, Ms.    1544 (83) 4.5 / 18 
de la Vigne, Ms.    1495 (90) 4 / 16 
Forbes-Sharp, Ms.    1469 (88) 4 / 19 
Finn, Kate    1775 (63) 3.5 /
Stevenson, Ms. Anna    1218 (115) 1 / 18 
 
 

Event table notes

Event data
Name: 1st International Women's Tournament
Place: London, England
Start date: 23 June 1897
End date: 3 July 1897
 
Notes:
Harding says in his Kibitzer article on the tournament that Miss Finn forfeited 11 games, Mme. de la Vigne forfeited 3 and Mrs. Stevenson her last round game. In personal correspondence he has corrected Miss Finn's list of forfeits to 10, and he has given me the opponents in each of the forfeits, which are now accounted for in my crosstable. He got this information from round-by-round results in the London Times, Lady's Pictorial and elsewhere.
 
References
Books
   Feenstra Kuiper, 100 Jahre Schachturniere, page 44
   Gaige, Chess Tournament Crosstables I, page 116
   Sergeant, Century of British Chess, page 230
Web
   Harding, Tim.  [The First Women's Championship: The Decisive Rounds]
   Harding, Tim.  [The First Women's International Tournament]
   Harding, Tim.  [The House of the Setting Sun], page 9
   Sericano, C.  [Londra, torneo femminile 1897]

Tournament information updated: 24 Jul. 2013