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Margaret Campbell Hewitt

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Margaret (Daisy) Campbell Hewitt nee Margaret Campbell Muir (c1883-1940-1949)

1903 'An engagement is announced between James Roland Hewitt, only son of the late James Waller Hewitt of Combs. Stowmarket, Suffolk, and of Mrs Mappin. Cromwell Road, South Kensington, and Margaret (Daisy) third surviving daughter of the late William Campbell of Inistrynich, Argyleshire, and Mrs Campbell Muir, Victoria Street.'[1]

1903 James Hewitt married Daisy Campbell Muir, daughter of the late William Campbell Muir.[2]

1908 Mrs. J. Roland Hewitt in a De Dion took part in the first Brooklands race for women - The Ladies Bracelet Handicap. [3]

1911 Living at Forest Hotel, Dorridge, Solihull: James Roland Hewitt (age 35 born Stowmarket), Branch Manager - Motor Manufacturer. With his wife Margaret Campbell Hewitt (age 28 born Edinburgh) and their daughter Irene Mary Hewitt (age 6 born London). One servant.[4]

1937 Divorced from her husband James

1940 January 3rd. Died in Southsea. Probate to Irene Mary Levett, single woman.

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Sources of Information

  1. Dundee Evening Telegraph - Tuesday 17 March 1903
  2. St James's Gazette - Wednesday 24 June 1903
  3. The Times, Monday, Jul 06, 1908
  4. 1911 Census