KING, Susan Eveleen

1874 - 1925

Susan Eveleen King, was born at Ipswich on 29 October 1874, only child of Spencer King (1836-1926), printer & proprietor of the Suffolk Chronicle, and his wife Alice (1851-1909), second daughter of Walton Turner (1822-1904), an Ipswich leather merchant. In 1881, a 6 year old, living at Willoughby Road Villa, Ipswich with her parents, 44 year old Spencer and 30 year old Alice but shortly afterwards they all moved to 15 Waterloo Road, Ipswich. In 1902 they moved to Ardvoulan, 24 Russell Road, Ipswich from where Miss S. Eveleen King, a member of the Ipswich Art Club 1902-1913, exhibited two panels in 1902 'A Weed Sprite' and 'A Study from Life' and the following year four items 'Portrait', 'Sketch of Sheep' and two panels with her last exhibit 'Panel' in 1908. She died at 24 Russell Road, Ipswich on 19 May 1925, she was unmarried.