SHEBBEARE, Claude Eustace

1872 - 1965

Claude Eustace Shebbeare, was born at Lewisham, Kent and baptised on 24 November 1872, son of Reginald John Shebbeare (1839-1916), principal clerk in civil service, and his wife Marian Elizabeth née Wrench (1840-1919), who married on Kingston, Surrey in 1868. In 1911, a 38 year old barrister-at-law, living at 32 Belmont Hill, Lee, London with his parents, 72 year old Reginald and 69 year old Marian and some grandchildren, and retained three servants. In 1939, a barrister, living at 29 Cumberland Street, Woodbridge, Suffolk with his wife Kathleen née McMahon (6 March 1884-1970). A member of the Ipswich Art Club 1944-1951 and exhibited from The Hermitage, Woodbridge in 1943, two works 'Oxbuugh' and 'Woodbridge', four works in 1944 'An Irish Holiday', 'The Road to Hollesley', 'Argentan Normandy' and 'Pegwell Bay' and two in 1945 'The Deben below Woodbridge' and 'Troublesome Beach, Woodbridge'. The author of 'Sir Thomas More' (1930) and 'The Law Charitable Bequests' and many others. He died at Mitre Court Buildings, Inner Temple, London City EC.4 on 15 March 1965, aged 92.