Bessie Lyle HATTON

actress, journalist, novelist, playwright

b. Oct-Dec 1867
Droitwich, Hereford and Worcester, Worcestershire, England
christened Feb 3, 1868, Worcester,  England

d. Jan-Mar 1964
Wallingford, Berkshire, England
Age: 96


Joseph Paul Christopher
b. Feb 3, 1841
Andover, Hampshire, England
d. Jul 31, 1907
15 Elm Tree Road, St John's Wood, London, England

m. Apr 5, 1858

b. abt. 1841, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
d. 1901


b. Aug 31, 1861
Berkeley Road, Horfield, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England
d. Mar 1, 1883, Borneo, Age: 21

Helen Howard
b. ~1859
Bristol, Gloucestershire, England

m.  June 20, 1889, St. Mark's, St. John’s Wood, London

William Henry MARGETSON
b. abt. 1861, Camberwell, London, England
d. Jan 2, 1940, Age: 79

their children:

Hester "Hettie" Dorothy
b. 1890, Burnham, Buckinghamshire, England
d. 1965, Wallingford, Berkshire, England, Age: 75

b. 1893, Kensington, London, England

b. 1899, West Norwood, London, England
d. Dec 27, 1918, Blewbury, Oxfordshire, England


Convent school, Ardennes
Bedford College, London


Women’s Social and Political Union (WSPU)
Women Writers' Suffrage League (WWSL, co-founder, secretary)


Marylebone, London (1871)
14 Titchfield Terrace, Marylebone, London (1881)
11 Marlborough Rd., Marylebone, London (1901)
15 Sandringham Court, Maida Vale, London W. (1909)
Pound Cottage, Upton, near Didcot, Berkshire (May 1942)


Before Sunrise, 1909
Enid Lyle, 1894
His Master Passion, 1901
Pilgrims of Love, 1902
The Outcast, 1909, with Beatrice Harraden
The Village of Youth and Other Fairy Tales, 1895
(illustrated by her brother-in-law, W. H. Margetson (1861-1940))