SAVAGE, James Herbert

1872 - 1925

James Herbert Savage was born at Windlestone, co. Durham in 1872, son of James Savage (1843-25 May 1916), a tutor, and his wife Jane Ann nťe Pearson (26 January 1846-5 May 1931), who married at Winston, Durham on 30 March 1869. In 1881, James was an 8-year-old, living at Boscombe Road, Christchurch, Hampshire, where his father kept a school, with his parents, 37-year-old James and 34-year-old Jane with siblings, Jane Ethel 11, George Pearson 9, both born at Durham, Lena Margaret 5 and newly born Albert John, both born in Hampshire. In 1901, a 27-year-old art master, boarding at 3 Queens Road, Pokesdown, Christchurch, Hampshire, the home of William White, a builder's clerk, and his family. He married at Edmonton, London in 1907, Dora Hicklin and in 1911, a 38-year-old head art teacher at Bury St Edmund's School of Art, living at 2 Crown Street, Bury St Edmundís with his 32-year-old wife Dora and children, Mark 2 and Jean 1, both born at Bury St Edmundís. James exhibited at the Dudley Gallery 1905-1907 from London in 1905, Romsey, Hampshire in 1906 and from Bury St Edmundís, Suffolk in 1907. James Herbert Savage died at College House, Horringer, Bury St Edmund's, Suffolk on 1 October 1925, aged 53.