PYNE, Mary Florence

1874 - 1955

Mary Florence Pyne was born at Tufnell Park, St Pancras, London on 7 January 1874, third daughter of Thomas Pyne and his first wife, Katherine (Kate) Susan Salter (1848-1888), youngest daughter of Edwin William Salter, who married at St John the Baptist Church, Kentish Town on 21 March 1871. In 1881, Mary was a 7-year-old, living at 56 Upper Park Road, Hampstead with her parents, 37-year-old Thomas and 32-year-old Katherine and two sibling sisters Katharine Annie Pyne 9 and Evelina Eleanor Warden 8, and ten years later they were still living at Upper Park Road, Hampstead, when the three girls are each noted as 'art student'. In 1901, a 26-year-old 'satin wood painter', living at 82 Huddleston Road, Islington, London with her two sisters Annie 29, a satin wood painter and Evelina 28, a portrait painter, their parents are missing from the 1901 census due to their move to Dedham, Essex. A member of Ipswich Fine Art Club 1897-1898 and she exhibited from 17 Burghley Road, Highgate, London in 1896, seven watercolours 'Silver Birches', 'Trafalgar Square', 'Dedham Church', 'A Sunny Corner', 'Highgate', 'Viaduct at Highgate' and 'Mill Stream at Wroughton' but did not exhibit the following year. She married at Holborn, London in 1898, Walter Reuben Richard Manley (1868-1931). Mary Florence Manley died at Harrow, Middlesex in 1955, aged 80, she had five daughters and two sons.

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