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Adam, Jeanie, 1866-1932 (teacher)



Jeanie Adam was born in 1866 in Keithhall, Aberdeenshire. She was a teacher who for a time was employed as a governess for the family of Thomas Cecil Farrer. She died in 1932 in Inverurie.

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ADAM, Jeanie, 1 Nov. 1902 and no date

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.10286/1/1
Scope and Contents Contains two letters from Jeanie Adam to Ida Darwin. The first is dated 1 November 1902 and was sent from Abinger Hall, Dorking, the family home of Ida's father. The letter gives news of Ida's two nieces, Frances Margaret 'Fanny' Farrer (1895-1977) and Katherine Dianthe 'Kitty' Farrer (1896-1986) and encloses a letter from Kitty to Ida. It is known that Fanny and Kitty spent some time in the Cambridge home of Ida and Horace Darwin following the death of their mother Evelyn Mary (née...
Dates: 1 Nov. 1902 and no date
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