The following are the most important Web sites that refer to Mark Rutherford:
The University of Sussex Library has a collection of 43 letters from William Hale White to Erica Storr and one to her mother. The letters are from 1905-1912.
Mark Rutherford is "Lesser Novelist § 22" in the Cambridge
History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (190721).
Volume XIII. The Victorian Age, Part One. XIII.
of Dirt and Drudgery there is an extract from Chapter 8 of Deliverance. "Mark Rutherford is obliged to earn his living as a clerk, and describes the demoralising effect of enforced contact with uncongenial colleagues and subjection to a tyrannical superior."
The late Charles Swann wrote many articles on Mark
There is a transcription of
Breakup of a Great Drought from Pages from a Journal.
Gutenberg Project has a transcription of The Autobiography of Mark Rutherford, Mark Rutherford's Deliverance, Clara Hopgood and Catherine Furze.
There is a transcription of Esther at Bibliomania.
There is a discussion of The Revolution in Tanners Lane at Political and Social Shipwrecks and Castaways
There is a Mark
Rutherford School in Bedford but the location of the school has no association with William Hale White.
The Friends of Honeywood site provides detailed information about a house where Mark Rutherford lived.
Information about White's life in the Epsom area is on the Epsom and Ewell History Explorer site.
Comprehensive information about Victorian authors can be found at Mitsuharu Matsuoka's site.
Bookfinder and abebooks are good places to find the works of Mark Rutherford.