Biography and Notes
4th and youngest daughter of General Charles Crutchley (died 1898) of Sunninghill Park, Berks., for whom see Burke's 'Landed Gentry', by Eliza Bayfield (died 1910), daughter of John Harris, RN, of Eldon House, London, Ontario. Baptised in the chapel of The Duke of York's School, Chelsea .
On her husband's death she gave up The Manor House and in 1919 moved from 10 Lennox Gardens to 25 Cadagon Square, Chelsea. President of the Elstree branch of the Victoria League from 1904 and on the Central Executive Council of the League from 1925. In the Great Way served from 1916 in a depot in Eton Square, Westminster, for supplying parcels to those of the Scots Guards who were prisoners in the enemy's hands.
Portrait: by Hanson Walker, last in the possession of Anthea H. Lowes.