|She was always
known as Maud.
She ran the choral society at Writtle before her marriage.
Frederick was a Lieutenant-Colonel in the 4th Oxford & Bucks Light Infantry.
They had a military style wedding at Writtle in 1914. "The bride and bridegroom passed out of the church under an arch of crossed swords formed by the bridegroom's brother officers". A band played the National Anthem.
They lived at Langston House, Chadlington, Charlbury, Oxon.
She inherited £5,000 in her fathers will.
She always remembered the birthdays of her nephews and nieces who were given, each year, a "half crown book of stamps" (now 12½p).