CHORLEY, Herbert Edward

1865 - 1935

Herbert Edward Chorley was born at Paddington, London in 1865, son of Dr William Francis Chorley, a physician and surgeon, and his wife Eleanor Jane, daughter of barrister David Poole, who married at Marylebone, London in 1854. Herbert married at St Mary Abbots Church, Kensington, London on 28 July 1900, Katherine Margaret Baker (28 September 1878-5 September 1955), daughter of Albert de Winter Baker, M.R.C.S., and they had several children including Adrian William Herbert Chorley. An amateur painter and a member of Ipswich Art Club 1905-1906 and exhibited from East Bergholt, Suffolk in 1905, an oil 'A Coming Storm' and a watercolour 'A Dreary North Eastern Storm' and in 1906 two oils 'After Rain' and 'Study for a Portrait'. In 1911, a barrister-at-law, living at The Pightle, East Bergholt with his wife, two sons, including Adrian and one daughter. Herbert Edward Chorley was of Hugh Sexey's Hospital, Bruton, Somerset, when he died at St Paul's Hospital, London on 4 December 1935, aged 70.