What we Know About Alice

  • 1866

    Alice is born to Henry Carr (a Vice-Admiral in the royal navy) and Rose Glyn. They lived in London in Chelsea

  • 1889

    Alice is married in Paddington

  • 1895

    Alice writes her first novel.

    "The Idyll of the star flower: an allegory of life".

  • 1896

    Alice writes her second novel: "A Woman of Tomorrow".

  • 1910 - 1930

    Alice is involved with the suffragette movement and is a strong supporter for women's rights. 

    She sets up "The Camelot Club" which opens on Sundays to help women socialise and to provide a hot meal.

  • 1911

    Alice is logged in the 1911 census as being a single boarder aged 44 living in Tunbridge Wells

  • 1928

    Alice sadly dies suddenly in Tunbridge Wells. Cause unknown.

  • 1949

    Lois Twenlow, Alice's long time friend and companion dies

  • 1951

    The Alice Coralie Glyn houses are built.

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