Furse, Margaret Cecilia, 1890-1975 (née Newbolt)
Margaret Cecilia 'Celia' was born in May 1890 in London, the first child and only daughter of the poet and writer Sir Henry John Newbolt (1862-1938) and Margaret Edina Duckworth (b.1867/8). Celia married Ralph Dolignon Furse (1887-1973) on 2 June 1914. They had two sons and two daughters. Celia died on 13 January 1975 in Exeter.
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Two letters from Celia Newbolt to Ida Darwin dated 4 and 27 December 1910 expressing regret for the distress she has caused to Ida's son Erasmus with her acknowledgement that Erasmus's feelings towards her are not reciprocated.
Contains 29 letters from Nora to Ida Darwin sent between 18 January and 22 November 1906. Amongst news of family and social engagements, the letters make reference to studies at Cambridge and of a visit to Switzerland.
Includes a single letter from Celia Newbolt.
Contains 48 letters from Nora to Ida Darwin sent between 5 January and 29 December 1911. The letters include Nora's recollections of her wedding to Alan Barlow on 6 April and an account of their honeymoon in the Lake District; and an account of a visit to Hungary in July 1911.
Includes a letter from Horace Benge Dobell to Sir Thomas Barlow congratulating him on the marriage of his son Alan to Nora, and letters from Erasmus and Leonard Darwin and from Celia Newbolt to Nora.
Contains 36 letters from Nora to Ida Darwin sent between 6 February and 25 December 1913.
Includes letters from Alan Barlow and Ruth Darwin to Ida, a letter from Nora to Horace Darwin, and letters from Jeanie Adam, Esther Barlow, Jim Butler, Mary Childers, Ruth Darwin, Noel Farrer and Celia Newbolt to Nora.