NameBeatrix Violet De Vere CAPEL
Birth9 Jul 1919, Dunmow, Essex
DeathMar 1999, Chelmsford, Essex
FatherRev. Horatio Bladen CAPEL (1839-1933)
MotherViolet Annie FROST (~1878-1960)
Birth10 Aug 1914
Death21 Feb 1996, Kidderminster, Worcestershire
ChildrenAnthony Capel (1940-1993)
MarriageDec 1950, Chelsea, London, England
Notes for Beatrix Violet De Vere CAPEL
In the July to September 1919 birth index Beatrix V. D. Capel, Dunmow Essex, mother’s maiden name Frost, volume 4a, page 1339

UK Incoming Passenger lists
Departed Southampton, arrived Southampton, June 12, 1931 on the Ranchi, 1st class,
Horatio B. Capel Essex House., Gt. Easton, Dunmow, Essex, clergyman, age 91,
Violet A. Capel, age 53 and
Beatrix V. Capel, age 11

In the July to September 1939 marriage index Beatrix V De V Capel and Raymond Smith, Dunmow, Essex, volume 4a, page 4425.

Raymond and Beatrix were divorced in 1950. 

Beatrix married Edward Reginald Tranter in Chelsea in December 1950.
In the March 1999 death index Beatrix Violet D. Tranter, born July 9, 1919, died age 79, Chelmsford, essex, register A63G, district 4681A, entry 192.
Notes for Raymond (Spouse 1)
Essex Chronicle, June 2, 1939
Essex Cricketer Married
Now a “Special”
The wedding was solemnized at St. John’s Church, Great Easton, on Wednesday, of Mr. Raymond Smith, of Little Waltham, with Miss Beatrix Violet de Vere Capel, daughter of the late Rev. H. B. Capel, and Mrs. Capel, of Great Easton. The bridegroom is the popular Essex Cricketer, and he is now a member of the Special Constabulary.

Birth date, Death date and location from

had issue

Possible issue.
In the July to September 1940 birth index Anthony C. Smith, Dunmow, Essex, volume 4a, page 1977.
Notes for Edward Reginald (Spouse 2)
of Essex House, Great Easton, Dunmow, co. Essex
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