ALEXANDER, Frances Emma

1875 - 1960

As Frances Emma Bryan, she was born at Hampstead, London on 8 November 1875. In 1881, a 6-year-old boarder student at 6 Tresta Street, Toxteth Park, Liverpool, the home of Thomas Phillips, a shipwright, and his family. She married at Hampstead Parish Church on 25 November 1898, Philip Frederick Alexander (18 July 1864-19 July 1954) and in 1901 she was living at 28 Church Row, Hampstead with her 36-year-old husband, a schoolmaster. In 1911, living at Far End, Mill Field Road, Walberswick, Suffolk with her husband, now an artist in metal, and their two children Margaret 8, born at Hampstead and Catharine Whalley Alexander 6, born at Mundesley, Norfolk. As Mrs F. E. Alexander, Frances exhibited from Walberswick at the Royal Academy. She was still living at Millfield Road, Walberswick in 1939, with her husband Philip, an occasional examiner. Frances Emma Alexander was of Campion Cottage, Turville Heath, Henley-on-Thames when she died at Watlingham & District Hospital on 18 February 1960, aged 84.

Royal Academy Exhibits
from Walberswick, Southwold, Suffolk
1913 772 Chrysanthemums
         918 Still Life