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Mary Feegan (Pope)

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Birthplace: Churston, Devon, England
Death: 1943 (74-82)
Maidstone, Kent, England
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Wife of James William Condell Fegan

Occupation: Domestic servant 1881
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About Mary Feegan

Mary Pope (1865-1943) - wife of James William Condell Fegan, was a President of the Homes for Boys, founded by her husband. She was killed by a bomb that fell on her retirement home during an air raid on 7 October 1943. She was 78 years old. Her niece Beatrice Lovell-Keays aged 72 died with her. Both are buried at Goudhurst Cemetery in Kent.

Mary and Beatrice Lovell-Keays died at their home Myrtle Cottage, Rounds Green, Staplehurst, Kent, when Myrtle Cottage was hit by an incendiary bomb.

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Beatrice Keays was part of the household at St. Giles in the Fields and Bloomsbury St. George,London in 1911, Ivanhoe Hotel/Bloomsbury Hotel as a boarder. Also there were James and Mary Fegan.

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Mary Feegan's Timeline

1865
1865
Devon, England
1943
1943
Age 78
Kent, England