FLOOD, Alice Hanford

1856 - 1918

Frances Alice Hanford-Flood

Frances Alice (Hanford-) Flood, was born in Kilkenny Farmley, Leinster, Ireland in June 1856, daughter of William Lloyd (c.1809-3 May 1892), who took the name of Flood in 1839 and on 4 June 1861 of Hanford-Flood, she was a sister to Mary Frances Hervey [q.v.], her mother was Frances Hanford (27 July 1823-21 February 1875) and William and Frances married on 18 November 1847. In 1881 she was living with her father at Wollas Hall, Pershore, Worcestershire. Alice exhibited at the Cheltenham Fine Art Society's exhibition in 1899, a watercolour 'On Shakespeare's Avon'. In 1901, a 44 year old spinster, living at 16 Queens Road, Paddington, London and as Miss A. H. Flood of Thurston, Suffolk, she exhibited a watercolour at the 3rd Suffolk Art and Aid Association exhibition held at The Athenaeum, Bury St Edmund's on 23 October 1908. In 1911, a 55 year old, living at Thurston Cottage, Bury St Edmund's, Suffolk, the home of her brother-in-law Col. Constantine William Rodney Hervey. She died at 103 Thun Strasse, Berne, Switzerland on 15 September 1918.