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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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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Hampton Court Palace, S. W. (British English)
1881
Keate shared this address with her mother Henrietta. In Ernest Law's 1891 "History of Hampton Court Palace" Appendix G: List of Occupants of Private Apartments. Henrietta Keate is noted as occupying Suite 34, known as the "Lady of the Bedchamber's Lodgings", which are situated above the Fountain Court. (English)
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Ernest Law, History of Hampton Court Palace, Vol 3 (1891) (English)
Sarah E. Parker, Grace & favour: a handbook of who lived where in Hampton Court Palace, 1750 to 1950 (2005) (English)
16C Cresswell Gardens, Old Brompton Road, S. W. 5 (English)
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Publications of the Navy Records Society (1942) (English)
1913
1914
1913-14 Michaelmas (English)
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LSE/UNREGISTERED/19/17 Register of Students (English)
Keate (English)
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26 September 1912Gregorian
Qualifications: Work on “Victoria County History” including “History of Hampton Court Palace”, work on “Roman Remains” 5 vols. Contribution to “Royal Palaces of England” ed. R. Rait MA. Work for Royal Commission on Historical Monuments. Lecturer on ‘History of Garden design to Hon F. Wolseley’s School for Gardeners. (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)
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Julian Stafford Corbett, Introduction, in Henry Newbolt, History of the Great War as told in Official Documents Vol 5 Naval Operations (1931) (English)
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member of the RCHME Executive Staff (English)
It is currently not known whether Keate was paid for her position on the Executive Staff (English)
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Royal Commission on Historical Monuments of England, An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Hertfordshire (1911) (English)
Lecturer on "History of Garden Design" (English)
It is unclear at present whether this was a single lecture or a course. (English)
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In their Introduction to Vol VIII of British Documents on the Origin of the War 1898-1914 (1932), G. P. Gooch and Harold Temperley acknowledge Miss E. M. Keate and Miss I. B. Johnston for "assist[ing] in the preparation of this volume for the press" (English)
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Gooch & Temperley (Eds) British Documents on the Origin of the War 1898-1914 Vol VIII Arbitration, Neutrality and Security (1932). (English)
Harold Temperely acknowledged Keate for "research in naval matters" in his book England And The Near East: The Crimea (1936) (English)
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Harold Temperley, England And The Near East: The Crimea (1936) (English)
December 1936
September 1931
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Worthing Gazette 2 Dec 1936 p 9 (English)
Hendon & Finchley Times 4 September 1931, p 7 (English)
1945
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Q115714959
https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q115714959
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viaf-270301500
http://www.worldcat.org/identities/viaf-270301500/
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28731
https://www.ucl.ac.uk/lbs/person/view/28731
Murray Keate's maternal grandfather, Thomas Murray, MD, of Trinidad (English)
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28746
https://www.ucl.ac.uk/lbs/person/view/28746
Murray Keate's maternal grandfather, Thomas Murray, MD, of Trinidad (English)
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