FLOOD, Alice Hanford

1856 - 1918

Frances Alice Hanford-Flood

Frances Alice (Hanford-) Flood, was born in Kilkenny Farmley, Leinster, Ireland in June 1856, daughter of William Hanford-Flood (c.1809-3 May 1892) and his wife Frances Hanford (27 July 1823-21 February 1875) who married on 18 November 1847. William Lloyd took the name of Flood in 1839 and on 4 June 1861 of Hanford-Flood, young Frances was a sister to Mary Frances Hervey. In 1881 she was living with her father at Wollas Hall, Pershore, Worcestershire. Alice exhibited at the Cheltenham Fine Art Society's exhibition in 1899, a watercolour 'On Shakespeare's Avon'. In 1901, a 44-year-old spinster, living at 16 Queens Road, Paddington, London and as Miss A. H. Flood of Thurston, Suffolk, she exhibited a watercolour at the third Suffolk Art and Aid Association exhibition held at The Athenaeum, Bury St Edmund's on 23 October 1908. In 1911, a 55-year-old, living at Thurston Cottage, Bury St Edmund's, Suffolk, the home of her brother-in-law Col. Constantine William Rodney Hervey. Alice Hanford Flood died at 103 Thun Strasse, Berne, Switzerland on 15 September 1918.