KEBLE, Mary C. A photographic album, dated 1867, kept by Mary Caroline Keble (Turner), 1831-1920. Thirty-eight mounted, and loosely inserted photographs, including Hursley Church, Bisley, Bussage Church & Parsonage, Bournemouth Church, Pleasure Grounds & Sands Bournemouth, Ilfracombe Church, Lantern Hill, the harbour and street scene Ilfracombe, and several other views, church interiors, and one of two children on a rocking horse. Some slight dustiness in places, but in good condition. Original half morocco ‘photographic scrap book’, gilt banded spine. Some rubbing to the joints and extremities. 200mm x 165mm. 1861-1867. ~ Mary was the second wife of Thomas Keble, Snr., (1793-1875), vicar of Bisley, who was the younger brother of Thomas Keble. All Saints at Bisley, was the the ‘Mother Church’ of the "Oxford Movement" churches built and re-built by Reverend Thomas Keble, brother of John (who was married there). The small photograph of Bisley Church depicts two clergymen in front of the main door; possibly Thomas and his brother?
Author Keble. Mary C.