NameFlorence JEWELL
BirthSep 1861
Death12 May 1960
FatherCharles Bonnycastle JEWELL (1813-1874)
MotherJane Anne KING (1826-1931)
Notes for Florence JEWELL
In the July to September 1861 birth index Florence Jewell, Havant volume 2b page 335

In the 1871 census Warblington civil parish, St James ecclesiastical parish, Emsworth registration district Havant living on King Street.
Jane A Jewell, head, married, age 45, Schoolmistress, born Emsworth Hants.
Daughter Ellen Jewell, age 17 scholar, born Emsworth.
Daughter Florence Jewell, age 9, scholar, born Emsworth.
Cousin Elizabeth Annclorabbe?, unmarried, age 60, dividends, Edinburgh Scotland.
Marie Desfroges, visitor, unmarried, age 22, teacher, born France.
Elizabeth Kendall age 19, servant born Emsworth.

In the 1881 census King Street, Emsworth, Warblington, Havant, Hampshire.
Head Jane King aged 85, widow, born Sidlesham, Sussex, England.
Her granddaughter Florence Jewell, age 19 born in Emsworth was a School teacher. 1 servant.

From the Gallaher/King/Jewell/Beyer Family Tree by Tiffany Gallaher
Published in the Evening News, Portsmouth, December 13, 1881.
A meeting of this society was held on Friday evening last when the Rev. H.W. Sheppard occupied the chair, and awarded prizes for the best collections of plants collected during the past season to Miss Harbutt, Miss F. Jewell, Miss R. Arnold and Miss E. Capell. Papers were then read on "British Ferns" by the Rev. F.H. Arnold and on "The Structure of a Flower" by the Rev. P. Jones. The members of the society then separated, after spending a pleasant and instructive evening.

In the 1891 census King Street.
Head Jane A. Jewell, age 65, widow, School Mistress, born Emsworth.
Daughter Ellen Jewell, single, age 35. teacher, born Emsworth.
Daughter Florence Jewell, single. age 29, born Emsworth.
Fanny Sholbrand, single, age 18, teacher, born Germany.
Pupil, Florence J. Scott, age 15 born Leicester, Leicestershire.
Pupil Katherine A. Auchiuty?, age 17, born Bristol Somerset.
Pupil Monica Fituchunty?, age 15, born Ascot Oxford.
Pupil Alice R. Auchunty?, age 13 born Oxford.
Pupil Sibyl Bovin, age 15, born Chertsy Surrey.
Pupil Mary Dean, age 15, born Chichester Sussex.
2 servants.

In the 1901 census 5 & 7 King Street (School).
Head Jane Anne Jewell, Widow, age 75, Schoolmistress, own account, born Emsworth.
Daughter Ellen Jewell, single, age 47, school mistress, own account, born Emsworth.
Daughter Florence Jewell, age 39, single, own account, born Emsworth.
Boarder Ida Hetty Mabury Charles, age 16, born Fulham London.
Boarder Gwaldys Mary Wilson, age 16, born Galway Ireland.
Boarder Dorothy Emily Deakin, age 15, born Cofton Worcester.
Boarder Marion Francis Charles, age 13, born Harting, Sussex.
Border Margaret Patience Deakin, age 13, born Cofton.
Boarder Doris Charles, age 11, born Bosham Sussex.
2 servants.

In the 1911 census at Emsworth.
Jane Anne Jewell, head, age 85, widow, 5 children born alive, 3 still living, living on private means, born Emsworth Hampshire.
Daughter Ellen Jewell, age 57, single, living on private means, born Emsworth Hampshire.
Daughter Florence Jewell, age 49 living on private means, born Emsworth Hampshire.
Servant Elizabeth Emily Whelan, age 23, single, born Eastney, Portsmouth.
There are 18 rooms in the dwelling. [I presume this is both 5 and 7 King Street.]

From Holly Morgenroth, Collections Officer, Royal Albert Museum, Exeter
In 1919 Florence Jewell donated her collection of some 1900 foreign marine shells to the Royal Albert Memorial Museum in Exeter.
see you will find a random assortment of her specimens

Still living in 1945. A well respected member of the community. Known as Florrie.

In the April to June 1960 death index, Florence Jewell, age 98, Gosport, Hampshire, volume 6b, page 319.

National Probate Calendar
Florence Jewell of 5a King Street Emsworth Hampshire spinster died 12 May 1960 Probate London 21 June 1960 to Thomas Church Saxby [nephew] organist and Bernard Joseph Stanley solicitor. Effects 8142 pounds

From the Article - On the Extension of the Distribution of the American Slipper-Limpet (Crepidula Fornicata) in the English Waters.
At the request of Mr. G. C. Robson of the British Museum, Miss Florence Jewell in May 1913, kindly sent me a living specimen of Crepidula fornicata, which was obtained from the harbour at Emsworth in Hampshire during the same month. This specimen was the smallest of a chain of four individuals, the largest of which measured about 1 4/5 inches long. Subsequently fisherman have brought in to Miss Jewell on five separate occasions fourteen other specimens from the same district.
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