1826 - 1909

Born at Well Street, now Seckford Street, Woodbridge, Suffolk and baptised at St Mary’s church, Woodbridge on 7 September 1826, one of the several artist children of Thomas Churchyard (1795-1865) [q.v.] and his wife Harriet née Hailes (1797-1865). Educated at a boarding school in Bury St. Edmund’s. Noted for her meticulous paintings of flowers, nests and birds but was less able in her landscapes. In 1871 ‘annuitant’ living in The Thoroughfare, Woodbridge but ten years later was housekeeper to 74 year old auctioneer Benjamin Moulton in New Street, Woodbridge. She exhibited at the Woodbridge Industrial and Art Exhibition in 1887, a watercolour 'The Indolent Housemaid' and two oil paintings by her father Thomas. In 1891 ‘living on own means’ on her own account at New Street where she died, unmarried, in 1909, aged 82.

Works by This Painter