FISH, Lucy Goldworth

1838 - ?

As Lucy Goldworth Coe, she was born at Mere Street, Diss, Norfolk in 1838 and baptised on 25 June 1838, daughter of Jarvis Coe (1799-1881), house painter, and his wife Lucy née Goldworth, who married at Palgrave, Suffolk on 26 April 1827. In 1851, a 12 year old living at Mere Street, Diss with her parents, 51 year old Jarvis and 48 year old Lucy, with siblings Emma 21, painter in watercolour, Anna 18, Jemima 17, Thomas 16, Salom 13, Alfred 11, James 9, Josiah 7 and Benjamin 2, two other children had disappeared from the 1841 census. She married at Diss, Norfolk on 9 May 1859 her namesake, 32 year old John Coe and in 1871, a 32 year old living at 8 Guildhall Street, Bury St Edmund's, Suffolk with her 49 year old husband John, painter & decorator, and daughter Jessie Goldworth 8, two sons Lawrence 6 and Paul 2, all born at Bury St Edmund's. Her husband was buried in Bury St Edmunds Cemetery on 24 July 1871, aged 50, and Lucy married secondly at St Katherine Cracechurch, London on 3 August 1879, widower David Taylor Fish (1824-1901). As Mrs D. T. Fish, she exhibited at the Bury & West Suffolk Fine Art Society in 1882 pen-and-ink drawings, two painted screens and other items. In 1891, a 47[sic] year old wife of 62 year old David Fish, a horticulturist, town councillor and member of the Board of Guardians and gardener to Sir Thomas Gery Cullum at Hardwick Hall, living at Rose Cottage, Hardwick Gardens, Cut Throat Lane, Hardwick, Bury St Edmund's with a step-daughter and two children. By 1901, they had returned to Scotland where her husband was a 77 year old horticultural lecturer & writer, living at 12 Fettes Row, Edinburgh, Saint Andrew, Midlothian, Scotland, with 59 year old Lucy and children. David Fish died on the 22 April 1901. David Taylor Fish was the author of several specialist garden booms.