Beatrice BOYCE ( - )

Name: Beatrice BOYCE
Leonard Raynor's: 1st cousin once-removed's wife

Individual Events and Attributes

Residence 5 Jun 1895 Grimsargh, Lancashire
News Report 9 Nov 1939 Lancashire Daily Post1
The article about Alfred's retirement recounts that Beatrice has

"been engaged in good works, in social and political spheres, all her life. She was prominent in the Women Suffrage movement (though not militantly).

Preston Conservatism, the municipal clinics, the sailors' and soldiers' buffet on the Railway Station in the Great War, the N.S.P.C.C., and the Cancer Campaign provided outlets for the energy with which Mrs. Blackhurst undertakes all to which she sets her hand."
Residence 7 May 1942 Breeze Hill, Cadley, Preston, Lancashire2

Marriage

Spouse Alfred BLACKHURST (1866-1942)
Children Maud Mary BLACKHURST (1896- )
William BLACKHURST (1900- )
Alfred Bernard BLACKHURST (1904- )
Marriage Banns 12 May 1895 St Michael's, Grimsargh, Lancashire3
Marriage Banns 19 May 1895 St Michael's, Grimsargh, Lancashire3
Marriage Banns 26 May 1895 St Michael's, Grimsargh, Lancashire3
Marriage 5 Jun 1895 St Michael's, Grimsargh, Lancashire1,3,4

Individual Note

Father George Boyce of Ribbleton1

Sources

1The Lancashire Daily Post - 9 November 1939 Page 5.
2Lancashire Evening Post 08 May 1942 Page 3.
3Lancashire OnLine Parish Clerks Project.
4Lancashire Marriage Index (from July 1837).