In 1901, Evelyn was listed on the Census as a ‘bookbinder’. She married Hubert Stuart Moore who was also a barrister in 1907. They travelled extensively together.
Evelyn wrote and published a large number of books and was widely respected as an expert on theology. Her WW1 Poetry Collection was “Theophanies A Book of Verses”, which was published by Dent in 1916, and her poems were published in nine First World War Poetry Anthologies. Read some of Evelyn’s WW1 poetry here: https://archive.org/details/theophaniesbooko00undeEvelyn lived through the Blitz on London in 1940, following which her health deteriorated. She died on 15th June 1941 and is buried in the Churchyard Extension at St-John-in-Hampstead.
You can explore the relationship between Evelyn Underhill and another WW1 Female Poet, May Sinclair, in a new short article, 'Plunging into Reality'. Describing the relationship and correspondence between Evelyn Underhill and May Sinclair the article has just been published on the Sinclair Society website - https://maysinclairsociety.com/evelyn-underhill-may-sinclair/
The author, Alice Theobald, is an outstanding undergraduate student at the University of Oxford and has been researching modernist mysticism for her disertation.
There is also an Evelyn Underhill Association - http://www.evelynunderhill.org/