JUMP, Annette Lucy

1897 - 1971

Annette Lucy Jump was born at Blake Hall, West Greenstead Green, Bobbingworth, Ongar, Essex on 13 December 1897, daughter of James Jump, who died at Horringer Court, Bury St Edmund's on 30 August 1905, aged 50, and his wife Annie Mary Jump, née Reynolds who married at the Catholic Church, Woolton, Liverpool on 2 February 1880. In 1901, Annette and three of her sisters, and nine staff, were living at Hardwick House, Hawstead, Bury St Edmund’s, Suffolk but on the death of her husband James, whose estate was in excess of £270,000, in 1906 his wife purchased the Chantry Estate at Sproughton, Ipswich, to where she brought her family of three sons and seven daughters to live, employing fifteen indoor and twelve outdoor staff. Annette was a landscape and figure painter, a member of the Ipswich Fine Art Club 1919-1928, exhibiting four watercolours from the Chantry in 1919, ‘In the Chantry Garden’, ‘Chantry Hall’, ‘In Mr Notcutt’s new Garden’ and ‘Lady Warwick and Children’. She married, as his second wife, at Caxton Hall Registry Office, Westminster, London on 16 May 1935, Henry Nevile Fane (24 March 1883-20 August 1947), a retired Coldstream Guards Major, and they had one son, Edmund Henry Fane (13 July 1936-28 February 1968). In 1939, Annette and her husband were residing at The Victoria Hotel, Sidmouth, Devon. Annette Lucy Fane was of Park House, Tisbury, Wiltshire when she died at Westminster, London on 27 April 1971.