Edith Patience LOWE - Media
Back of photo
E. P. Jewell and A. C. Jewell
[Scratched out but likely ]15 Spring Hill Terrace
Headingly nr. Leeds
[The same address given on her nephew’s birth certificate.]
The photographer’s address was 82 Wellington Street, Woolwich
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Clarendon House on Clarendon Street, Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire in 1894. Edith Jewell was the matron for this Home for Friendless Girls, presumably the west side of the house in 1891.
Edith Jewell, nephew Percy Simmonds and one of Percy’s children probably John or Pat.
Edith Jewell was known as Granny Jewell to Percy’s children. She was Percy’s aunt but was more of a mother as she and her mother raised Percy. Shortly after Percy moved to Canada Edith also moved to the family farm and spent the remainder of her life there.
Photo would be in the 1920’s
Edith Jewell with her niece and nephews
left to right -Rob, Pat, Tom and John supporting Tom
Probably 1929
Lowe, Edith
St Mary’s Church build it 1909, no longer used.
Edith Jewell helped obtained funds from England to have the church built.
The people standing in the background to the right are by her grave.
Photo taken in 2006.
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Window in St Mary’s Church dedicated to Edith Jewell.
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