BAKER, Mary Ann

1857 - 1941

Born at Euston Square, St Pancras, London in 27 November 1859, eldest child of Frederick James Baker, pianoforte key maker, and his wife Mary Ann née Mayle, who married at All Souls, Marylebone on 23 June 1856. In 1871, a 12 year old living at College Place, St Pancras with her parents, 36 year old Frederick and 31 year old Mary with three sibling brothers including 10 year old Frederick William (1861-1936). In 1881, Mary was boarding in Ipswich, with her parents and now four brothers living at 68 Wrothham Road, St Pancras when her younger brother 19 year old Frederick was described as an artist. Of 17 Lower Brook Street, Ipswich when she exhibited at the Ipswich Fine Art Club in 1882 'Mount St. Michael, Cornwall' and is noted in the 1883 catalogue of 17 Lower Brook Street, but no exhibits are noted but in 1884 she exhibited from 25 Lower Brook Street, Ipswich 'Mount St Michael, Cornwall' again with two others 'The Steeple Rock, Kynance Cove, Cornwall' and 'The Lion Rock, Kynance Cove, Cornwall' and also exhibited from the same address in 1885 'Ruins of the Old Church, Stanway, near Colchester'. She died at Ipswich early in 1941, aged 82, she was unmarried.