WALLER, Nora Mary

1905 - 1973

As Nora Mary Morfey, she was born at Ipswich on 8 December 1905, daughter of George Alexander Morfey (2 August 1872-1954), commercial traveller for W & A J Turner, leather merchants, and his wife Katherine Ma[r]y née Mortimer (9 February 1865-1953), who married at Ipswich in 1902. In 1911, a 5 year old living at 54 Foxhall Road, Ipswich with her parents, 40 year old George and 46 year old Katherine and his six year old brother Wallace Mortimer Morfey [q.v.] and in 1939 they were living at 48 Anglesea Road, Ipswich. She married at Ipswich in 1935, Revd Trevor Waller (1904-1995), son of Arthur Pretyman Waller [q.v.] but as Miss N. M. Morfey exhibited at the Ipswich Art Club from 48 Anglesea Road in 1933 an oil 'From the Banks of the Alde' and in 1935 two oils 'River Orwell from Bourne Bridge' and 'Eric' and as Mrs. N. M. Waller a member of the Ipswich Art Club 1962-1973 and exhibited from Waldringfield Rectory, near Woodbridge in 1961, an oil 'Waldringfield Beach', in 1962 a watercolour 'February Morning, Waldringfield', in 1963 'Felixstowe Ferry' and 'Frosty Morning, Mill Road, Waldringfield', in 1964 'Waldringfield Beach' a watercolour, and 'Deben Saltings in Spring' in 1965 an oil 'Belstead Brook' and a watercolour 'Early Spring, River Deben' and annually until 1972 when she had on show an oil 'The Greenhouse Shelf'. She died at Ipswich in 1973.