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Howard Hinton

Howard Hinton was the son of James Hinton. He seems to have shared some of his father’s sexual proclivities, and was also arrested for bigamy in October 1886. Schreiner attended part of the subsequent trial in order to support Maud Weldon, the woman for whom Hinton had (temporarily) abandoned his wife and attempted to marry.
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