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   Bernal-Osborne
   Edith °
   E. B.-O. ; Lady Edith Blake ;
   Royal Irish Constabulary, Captain Henry Arthur Blake (1840-1918) in 1874
   3: lieutenant Arthur Blake (1877-1904 after) ; Maurice Bernal Blake (1878-1xxx) ; Olive Blake (c. 1881-1xxx)
   1845 in Newtown, Anner
   1928
   Youghal, County Cork
   land owner Ralph Bernal-Osborne (1808-1880)
   Catherine Isabella Osborne (mother) ; Grace (1844-1926) (sister) ; familytreemaker.genealogy.com
   pupil of landscape artist Alexandre Calame (1810-1864) ; Thomas Shotter Boys (1803-1874)
   Bahamas
   
   
   
   botanical, zoological, and entomological watercolor painting, and drawing
   
   Edith Blake Drawings Collection at Natural History Museum; National Archives Dublin
   Gilbert 2000: 76-7 ; www.history.ac.uk/history-online/node/112558/rdf ;
   Her husband became Governor of Bahamas in 1884 and later of Jamaica (1889-97). Further Places of Activity: Ireland, Jamaica, and Sri Lanka.
   
   
   





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