MONIER-WILLIAMS, Stanley Faithful

1856 - 1938

Stanley Faithfull Monier-Williams was born in Haileybury, Hertfordshire on 8 May 1856, one of the six sons and a daughter, of Professor Sir Monier Monier-Williams (12 November 1819-11 April 1899) and his wife Julia Grantham née Faithfull (January 1826-25 April 1908) who married at Hatfield, Hertfordshire on 13 July 1848. Stanley was educated at Winchester and was elected an Associate of the Royal Institute of British Architects in 1878 and studied at Herkomer's Art School in 1890. An architect and surveyor and joint author of 'Combined Figure Skating'. Stanley married at St Peter's, Cranley Gardens, Kensington, London on 9 January 1892, Charlotte Mary Monier-Williams née Beynon and they had three children, Lawrence (1895-1965), Hugh Benyon and Felicité Primrose (1902-1989). Monier-Williams exhibited paintings at the Arts Society of East Suffolk at Halesworth, Suffolk in 1912. Stanley Faithfull Monier-Williams was of The Old House, Southwold, Suffolk when he died at Paringa Nursing Home, Stansted, Essex on 16 July 1938.

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