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Mary Feegan (Pope)

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.

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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Devon, England
Age 78
Kent, England