A House Is Not A Home!

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Emma Keyse's faithful servants Eliza and Jane Neck showed visitors to the auction around the fire-damaged house. They continued to live at The Glen, stripped of all it's furnishings, until Eliza died, aged 74, in December 1886. Jane, two years younger, survived until April 1891, by which time she was lodging with the family of fisherman Thomas Stiggins in Princes Road, Babbacombe.

Written by Mike Holgate

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Technical Information (Metadata)
Technical Information (Metadata)
Title Value
Written by Mike Holgate
Organisation Torbay Library Services
Contributor   Mike Holgate  
Identifier ref 1032
Creator   Keyse, Emma AW  
Date   c1870  
Format   watercolour painting; 180 mm x 240 mm  
Coverage   Devon. Torbay. Babbicombe  
Source   Torre Abbey  
Subject   Lee. Personal Effects  
Type   Image  
Publisher   Torre Abbey  
Rights   Torre Abbey Museum  
Keywords Victim Painting