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Wife: Constance Mary Westlake
Born: 15 Jul 1865 in Southampton, Hampshire 1,2 (see note 1) Census: 1911 in Cambridge (see note 2) Resided: 1920 at Halfway House, 9 Luard Road, Trumpington 3 Resided: 1939 in Devon 2 (see note 3) Died: 1948 in Hertfordshire 4 (see note 4) Father: Mother:
Husband: Walter George Bell Married: 1891 in Hampshire 1 (see note 5)
Born: 1856 in Yorkshire 5,1 (see note 6) Education: Trinity Hall 5 (see note 7) Census: 1911 in Cambridge (see note 8) Resided: 1919 - 1920 at Halfway House, 9 Luard Road, Trumpington 6,3 Occupation: 1919 Fellow, Bursar & Steward, Trinity Hall; Lecturer in Mathematics 6,5 Died: 1925 in Buckinghamshire 5,1 (see note 9) Father: Mother:
Sources: (1) FreeBMD website. (2) 1939 Register. (3) Electoral Register. (4) Index on ancestry.co.uk. (5) Alumni Cantabrigienses. (6) Spalding's Directory (Kelly's after WW2)
Event Notes Note (1) Sep 1865 Southampton 2c 16 Note (2) Age 45, born Southampton, with husband Walter George Bell and daughter Note (3) Widow, private means. In hotel, with sister Emily Westlake Note (4) Sep 1948 Hatfield 4b 30 age 83 Note (5) Sep 1891 Basingstoke 2c 385 Note (6) Dec 1856 Richmond 9d 454 Note (7) Name: Walter George. Bell College: TRINITY HALL Entered: Michs. 1875 Died: 1925 More Information: Adm. pens. at TRINITY HALL, Mar. 28, 1875. S. of Matthew, Esq., of Hillside, Dartmouth Park Avenue, London. [B. Nov. 11, 1856.] School, City of London. Matric. Michs. 1875; Scholar and Exhibitioner; B.A. (8th Wrangler) 1879; M.A. 1882. Fellow, 1879. Tutor and Lecturer in Mathematics until 1922. Rendered the College much valuable service in financial matters; as steward, reorganised the administration of the kitchen and the accounts; drastically cut down the high table menus - meeting the natural indignation for this service with unfailing good humour. Member of the Teachers' Training Syndicate; the Non-Collegiate Students' Board and the Cambridge Borough Council. Known as a supporter of unpopular causes. Married and had issue. Died May 9, 1925, aged 68, at Calverts Cross, Jordans, Beaconsfield, Bucks. (R. F. Scott; The Times, May 13, 1925.) Note (8) Age 54, born Richmond. College Tutor and Lecturer, with wife Constance May and daughter Note (9) Jun 1925 Amersham 3a 840 age 68 Copyright Trumpington Local History Group 2022 Email TLHG Return to TLHG introduction page Name Index