Edith Murray Keate (Q1107)

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  • E. M. Keate
  • Miss E. M. Keate
  • Miss Edith Keate
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Edith Murray Keate
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  • E. M. Keate
  • Miss E. M. Keate
  • Miss Edith Keate

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16C Cresswell Gardens, Old Brompton Road, S. W. 5 (English)
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Publications of the Navy Records Society (1942) (English)
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Publications of the Navy Records Society (1942) (English)
Keate was one of several people working on the staff of the Committee of Imperial Defence's Official Historian of Naval Operations (English)
Keate is noted as a member of the RCHME Executive Staff (British English)
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Royal Commission on Historical Monuments of England, An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Hertfordshire (1911) (British English)
Keate's mother Henrietta (nee Murray) was born in Trinidad, and her father Robert Keate had been a Commissioner of the Seychelles, and Governor in the Caribbean (Grenada and Trinidad), in Natal (South Africa) and in the Gold Coast (Ghana). (British English)
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Sarah E Parker, Grace and Favour: a handbook of who lived where at Hampton Court Palace 1750-1950 (British English)
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viaf-270301500
http://www.worldcat.org/identities/viaf-270301500/
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