Violet Elise Marie Louise Stapleton (Lady Beaumont)

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Violet Elise Marie Louise Stapleton (Lady Beaumont)

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April 1861 - 1949


[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA , 2017, using The Complete Peerage by George Edward Cokayne; the St Mary's Slindon website (; and the Slindon Village website, 2017: Violet Elise Marie Louise Stapleton (neé Isaacson), also known as Lady Beaumont, was the daughter of MP for Stepney, Frederick Wootton Isaacson, and Elizabeth Isaacson, well-known milliner who operated under the trade-name 'Madame Elise'. Violet Isaacson married Henry Stapleton, Lord Beaumont, in 1888. Lord Beaumont died in 1892. Lady Beaumont then moved to Slindon with her brother, Frederick F. J. Wootton Isaacson, living in Slindon House. In 1917, Slindon House became a Convalescent Hospital, overseen by Lady Beaumont. Post war the house was cleared, and Lady Beaumont and Wootton Isaacson were able to resume normal life. Lady Beaumont donated material collected by her brother to the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology at the University of Cambridge. This material was accessioned in 1948.]


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