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Agnes Annabel Kidston


Annabel Kidston (1896-1981) was born in Helensburgh. She studied at the Glasgow School of Art, under Greiffenhagen and Forrester Wilson and at the Slade School of Fine Art under Henry Tonks and Wilson Steer. She became a wood engraver, etcher and painter.

She moved to St Andrews and became the first president of the Art Committee of that town. She was also a founder member of the St Andrews Preservation Trust.

She lived at 21 Market Street, St Andrews, close to the site of the court which was named after her.

She died in 1981 in North Berwick.

Jo Grimond recalled her thus:

Jo Grimond's St Andrews, Alan Sutton Publishing Ltd, 1992
page 65
St Andrews Through Time by Helen Cook

Jessie M King

Other names: 
Jessie M King; Mistress E. A. Taylor; Jessie M. Taylor; Jessie Marion Taylor
20 March 1875 – 3 August 1949

Jessie was born at the Manse in the Parish of New Kilpatrick , Dunbartonshire (now Bearsden, part of Glasgow) on 20th March, 1875, daughter of Reverend James Wat(t)ers King (Church of Scotland Minister at New Kilpatrick Church) and Mary Anne Anderson (married on 6th April, 1869),

1875 King, Jessie Marion [Statutory Births 500/00 0066]
Birth Record

Scotland People Website

1949 Taylor, Jessie Marion [Statutory Deaths 871/00 0022]
Death Record

Scotland People Website

1908 Taylor, Ernest A - King, Jessie Marion [Statutory Marriages 475/00 0028]
Marriage Record

Scotland People Website

Jessie M. King
Wikipedia Webpage
England & Wales, Free BMD Birth Index, 1837-1915 Merle Elspeth Taylor
index of birth entry for daughter Merle

The Enchanted World of Jessie M King by Colin White
book Canongate Press 0-86241-235-8
KING, EVA C S (Census 1901 475/00 010/00 015)
1901 Census

Scotlands People website

TAYLOR, JESSIE M (Valuation Rolls VR51 / 5 / 352)
1915 Valuation Roll

Scotlands People Website

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