JUDGE, William Ernest

1890 - 1973

Born at Pembroke Dock, Hampshire on 12 December 1890, only child of Thomas Patrick Judge and his wife Emlie Helen née Jeffries, who married at Portsea Island, Hampshire in 1888. In 1911, a 20 year old photographer, living at 61 Meon Road, Plymouth, Hampshire with his parents, 61 year old army pensioner Thomas and 51 year old Emlie. During the Great War he served as a photographer draughtsman in the Royal Air Force. In 1939 a R.A.F. Instructor living at 23 Brookes Street, Hove, Sussex, when he seems to have adjusted his birth year to 1892. A member of the Ipswich Art Club 1949-1972 exhibiting in 1948 from Malt Cottage, Lambs Corner, Dedham, Essex a watercolour 'Blythburgh' and in 1949 four watercolours 'Old Pack Bridge, Galloway', 'Passing Storm, Walberswick', 'A Mountain, Lochlan, Galloway' and 'Woodbridge from Sutton Hoo' and he exhibited three watercolours in 1950 and in 1951 an oil 'Sketch at West Malling, Kent' and three watercolours 'Walberswick', 'Arran Holiday' and 'La Lavior, Honfleur', his last exhibit was in 1951, an oil 'Walberswick Marshes'. He died in the Samford district of Suffolk in 1973.

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