TIBBENHAM, Maud Amelia

1885 - 1970

As Maud Amelia Hylton, she was born at Peckham, London on 6 February 1885, daughter of John Hylton. In 1891, a 16 year old draper's assistant, living at 11 Hollydale Road, Camberwell with her step-father, 36 year old Thomas Henry Gooding (1865-21 March 1936), a commercial traveller who was born at Debenham, Suffolk, and her 41 year old mother Mary Ann Florence Gooding (22 December 1859-1947), who had married in 1890, plus three step-siblings. By 1911 the Gooding's had moved to 8 Gyppeswick Avenue, Ipswich with Maud taking the name of Gooding and was a 26 year old, 'assisting in the house' with the three step-siblings, Sidney 20, Kate Ida 19 and Jessie Florence 12, all born at Peckham, London and her stepfather Thomas died at 21 Gippeswyk Avenue, Ipswich in 1936. In 1939, as Maud Hylton, she was living at 24 Gippeswyk Avenue, Ipswich as housekeeper to Frank Tibbenham, whom she married at Ipswich in 1944. Frank Tibbenham (16 April 1874-25 April 1946), was a carver, gilder & picture frame maker at Carr Street, Ipswich, and a brother to both Percy Tibbenham [q.v.] and William Tibbenham [q.v.]. The family were in the gallery, picture framing and furniture businesses in Ipswich for over a century, the brother, Frederick Tibbenham (12 May 1881-26 June 1947) who married Eliza Short in 1903, founded the Ipswich firm of furniture manufacturers. As Mrs F. Tibbenham, an honorary member of the Ipswich Art Club 1947-1966 but does not seem to have exhibited. She was of 24 Gippeswyk Avenue, Ipswich when she died in Eye, Suffolk on 4 April 1970.