Provided by Wikipedia Roger Henry Pocklington Senhouse (189931 August 1970) was an English publisher and translator, and a peripheral member of the Bloomsbury Group of writers, intellectuals, and artists. The private letters of writer and Bloomsbury Group member Lytton Strachey reveal that Senhouse was his (last) lover, and with whom in the late ‘20s and early 1930s he had a sado-masochistic sexual relationship.
Senhouse attended both Eton College and Oxford University, where he was friends with Michael Llewelyn Davies, one of the boys upon whom Peter Pan was based. J. M. Barrie, the author of Peter Pan became legal guardian of the Llewellyn Davies boys on the death of their parents. Robert Boothby, who was a friend of Senhouse and Davies during that period and himself bisexual said in a 1976 interview that the relationship between Senhouse and Davies was "fleetingly" homosexual in nature.