Neville, Mrs. Mabel Frances

Mrs. Mabel Frances Neville, nee Smith: she was the wife of Albert Charles Neville. She was born 19 April 1880 at Plymouth, Devon to Charles Mayvore, born about 1838, in 1881 described as an evangelist, and Grace Matilda (nee Wroughton; b. 17 August 1845 at Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India) Smith, who had married 25 February 1865 at Cannanore, Madras, India. Both her parents had been born in India, as well as her older sister Eva. Her known siblings were Eva Catherine Grace, b. 1866 in India, Charles W., b. 1868 at Plymouth, Devon, England. Rosa Ziemann, b. 1872 at Weymouth, Dorset, and Alice Muriel, b. 1871 at Plymouth. She married Albert Charles Neville 30 May 1898 in Worthing-St. George, Worthing, Sussex, England. They had three children; Evelyn Mabel, b. 1901, Charles Chamiere, b. 1902, and Muriel Elfrieda, b. 1909. In 1901, she lived with her husband and daughter Evelyn at High Street in Great Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire. Her sister Rosalind lived with them and they had a servant, Rose Warren, who also lived in the household. She and her family went to Canada in June, 1913, on the steamship Canada. They were bound for Vancouver, B. C. They belonged to the Church of England. The Cunard Line listed her point of origin as Toronto, Ontario. She survived the sinking of the Lusitania but lost her husband and three children. After the disaster, it is said she moved in with her sister in Watford, Hertfordshire. She may have passed away in 1964 in Braintree, Essex, England.

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