Author talk:Sylvie d'Avigdor

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Death[edit]

Name: Sylvie Clapcott
Date of Registration: JunQ 1954
Age at Death: 82
Registration district: Kensington
Inferred County: London
Volume: 5c
Page: 932


The Times (London, England), Monday, Jun 14, 1954; pg. 1; Issue 52957. — Deaths.
CLAPCOTT. On June 10, 1954 Sylvie, beloved wife of C. B. Clapcott and mother of of Mrs. Sara Chrzanowski, aged 82. Cremation private, no flowers by request.

Marriage[edit]

Marriages Dec 1901
CLAPCOTT Charles B St. Geo. H. Sq. 1a 889
D'Avigdor Sylvia St. Geo.H.Sq. 1a 889

Census[edit]

1881

Name: Sylvia D'Avigdor
Age: 8
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1873
Relation: Daughter
Father's Name: Elim Henry D'Avigdor Civil Engineer (b. Italy)
Mother's Name: Henrriette D'Avigdor
Gender: Female
Where born: Marylebone, Middlesex, England

Civil parish: Acton
County/Island: Middlesex
Country: England

Street Address: Derwentwater Hous Horn Lane
Occupation: Scholar

Registration district: Brentford
Sub-registration district: Acton
ED, institution, or vessel: 6
Piece: 1354
Folio: 36
Page Number: 8
Household Members:
Name Age
Elim Henry D'Avigdor 40
Henrriette D'Avigdor 37
Olga D'Avigdor 12
Estelle D'Avigdor 10
Sylvia D'Avigdor 8
Osmond D'Avigdor 3
Elsa D'Avigdor 1
Dorothea Moderssohn 26
Louisa Wabger 24
William Wright 22
Mina Schober 44
Kate Curzon 20
Marian Broom 17
Marie Pustka 37

The Standard (London, England), Friday, May 29, 1896; pg. 5; Issue 22437. (1594 words)[edit]

The Prince of Wales, the Princess of Wales, the Princesses Victoria and Maud, and Prince Charles of Denmark drove to King's-cross yesterday afternoon, after attending the opening ceremony at the Royal Military Tournament, and proceeded to Hatfield on a visit to Lord Salisbury.

I can see mention of the work Dr. Herzl's "Jewish State" as translated by d'Avigdor being sent to Gladstone by Sir Samuel Montagu.

Can see reference to publication of this work
Publications To-Day.

   The Times (London, England), Monday, Apr 20, 1896; pg. 7; Issue 34869.  (340 words)