Rose, Dorothy, 1889-1971 (later Thornycroft)
- Existence: 1889 - 1971
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Letter to Auntie Marian [Rose] from Dorothy [Rose], 29 December 1898
Sent from 2 Abby Crescent, Torquay. Thanking her for the target and darts (which was one of the best presents of many she received). She writes that Father [Edward Rose] gave Mother [Lizzie Rose] a camera; they stayed at Ipswich for Christmas, and are now at Torquay for the rest of her holidays; her parents gave her roller-skates and she had been on the pier as there is a rink and they can also be hired for 6d an hour.
Letter to “Dear Boy” [Edward Rose] from Dolly [Dorothy Rose], 1 August 1900
Letter to Father [Edward Rose] from Dolly [Dorothy Rose], 3 May 1903
Letter to Father [Edward Rose] from Dolly [Dorothy Rose], 31 March 1901-1904
Letter to Granny [Anne Brookes Rose] from Dorothy [Rose], 13 March 
Sent from 36 Upper Addison Gardens, W., London. Writing that they went to see Julius Caesar (play) and took Freda Garret with them. Dorothy gives a full account of the play.
Letter to Mother [Lizzie Rose] from Dolly [Dorothy Rose], 4 July 1902
Letter to Mother [Lizzie Rose] from Dorothy [Rose], 26 May 1902
Letter to Mummy [Lizzie Rose] from Dorothy [Rose], 4 October 1899
Hoping she had arrived safely and was having fine weather. Dorothy writes that she is sending Grandfather the matchbox and asks her mother to give the other page to him (other page not present). [The Grandfather mentioned is Lizzie Rose’s father John Gould, a farm labourer, of Thornford. Her mother had died 1897 at 57].
On paper decorated with roses.