NORMAN-CROSSE, Winnifred Alice

1871 - 1940

As Winnifred Alice Bray, she was born at Dinapore, Bengal, India on 5 December 1871 and baptised at Dinapore on 2 January 1872, daughter of Maj.Gen. George Frederick Campbell Bray (23 April 1826-26 September 1884) and his wife Charlotte Frances née Pope (10 March 1831-3 May 1906), only surviving daughter of Edward Pope, Archdeacon of Jamaica, who married at St Nicholas Church, Guildford, Surrey on 27 April 1859. Winnifred married at Kensington, London on 11 September 1900, landscape artist, George Samuel Norman-Crosse, and painted under the name of Mrs W. Norman-Crosse. In 1901, a 29-year-old, living at 44 Hartington Road, Stockton-on-Tees, Durham with her 29-year-old 'landscape artist' husband George. She was taught art by her husband until his death at Norwich in 1912 and was a member and exhibitor at the Woodpecker Sketch Club, later the Norfolk & Norwich Art Circle, in 1924 from Framlingham, Suffolk. In 1939, Winnifred Alice Norman-Crosse was living at Brooke House Nursing Home, Henley Road, Ipswich where she died the following year. Her Christian name is variously spelt Winifred and Wynifred, but she was baptised Winnifred.

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