MOULTRIE, Mabel Praed

1848 - 1898

Mabel Praed Moultrie was born at the Rectory, Church Road, Rugby, Warwickshire on 11 August 1848 and baptised at Rugby St Andrew's on 1 September 1848, eighth and youngest child of Revd John Moultrie (30 December 1799-26 December 1874), rector of Rugby, and his wife Harriet Margaret Fergusson (13 October 1805-9 February 1864), eldest daughter of Dr. Fegusson, Inspector of Hospitals, who married at Windsor on 28 July 1825. In 1861, Mabel was a 12-year-old scholar, living at Rugby Rectory with her parents, 61-year-old John and 55-year-old Harriet and three siblings Mary 23, Margaret 22 and Amy 15, she also had three brothers, her mother died in 1864, aged 58. A figure painter who exhibited at Manchester City Art Gallery in 1886 'In All his Glory' and in 1892 'A Sweet Repose'; the Society of Women Artists in 1885 'High Jinks' also exhibiting at the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists 1882-1894 from London in 1882, Aldeburgh, Suffolk in 1884, Walton, Surrey in 1889 and Milford, Godalming, Surrey in 1890. In 1891, a 40 [sic] year-old artist painter in oils, living at Manor Road, Witney, Hambledon, Surrey with a boarder, 46-year-old nurse Ann Hall. Mabel Praed Moultrie was of Monkwood, Haslemere, Surrey when she died at 44 Tedworth Square, Chelsea, London on 9 February 1898, she was unmarried.

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