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Dorothea (Big Dora) Frances Alan 
Stevenson
1850 - 1931


Dorothea (Big Dora) Frances Alan 
Stevenson
, she became R.C. Converts to Rome : a biographical list of the more notable converts to the Catholic Church in the United Kingdom during the last sixty years" W.GORDON GORMAN. Fowke, Mrs Dora, widow of Richardson Fowke, of Singapore. (1904) Dedicated to her: To D.F. I watched you saunder down the sand: Serene and large, the golden weather Flowed radiant round your peacock feather, And glistened from your jewelled hand. Your tawny hair, turned strand on strand And bound with blue ribands together, Streaked the rough tartan, green like heather, That round your lissome shoulder spanned. Your grace was quick my sense to seize: The quaint looped hat, the twisted tresses, The close-drawn scarf, and under these The flowing, flapping draperies-- My thought an outline still caresses, Enchanting, comic, Japanese! From Bric-a-Brac, a series of poems written between 1877 and 1888 By William Ernest Henley. This one is thought to have been written at Margate. Of Private means (1911). There is record of Fowke Mrs. Dorothea as a passenegr bound for Bombay, married aged 47 ((10 years out), country of last residence England, Country of intended residence India, travelling 1st class on the Kashmir P&OSN & Co.) dep. 1st October 1920 from the Port of London. Also with her was Veronica (Fowke?) aged 5.

Born: Edinburgh, Scotland 5th Jun 1850 Baptised:
Died: Brussels, Belgium 19th Feb 1931 Buried:
Family:
Stevenson
  formerly of Neilston

Ancestors
[ Patrilineage | Matrilineage | Earliest Ancestors | Force | Force2 | Options ]

1.
Dorothea (Big Dora) Frances Alan 
Stevenson
(
Fowke
) 1850 - 1931
2.
Robert Alan (Alan) 
Stevenson
(
Jones
) 1807 - 1865
4.
Robert 
Stevenson
  (Stivenson)
(
Smith
) 1772 - 1850
5.
Jean (Jane) 
Smith
(
Stevenson
) 1779 - 1846
3.
Margaret (Gatchie) Scott 
Jones
(
Stevenson
) 1812 - 1895
6.
Humphrey Herbert 
Jones
(
Scott
) 1786 - 1842
7.
Jean Orr 
Scott
(
Jones
) 1787 - 1843

Siblings


1.
Robert (Bob) Alan Mowbray 
Stevenson
(
Purland
) 1847 - 1900
2.
Jean (Mab) Margaret Alan 
Stevenson
(
Gibson Thomson
,
Denton
) 1849 - 1900
3.
Katherine Elizabeth Alan 
Stevenson
(
de Mattos
) 1851 - 1939

Spouses



1. Brussels, Belgium 19th Aug 1876 , div. 1897
Richardson William 
Fowke
(
Bird
,
Stevenson
,
Dahl
) 1847 - 1899

Descendants
[ Options ]

a.
Richardson William 
Fowke
(
Bird
,
Stevenson
,
Dahl
) 1847 - 1899
1.
Katharine (Little Kitty) 
Fowke
(
Richelmann
,
Wimmers
) 1877 - c. 1961
1a.
Karl Ernst Otto 
Richelmann
(
Fowke
) 1860 - post 1930
1.1.
hidden
...
1.2.
Lionel W. 
Richelmann
1896 - c. 1930
1.3.
hidden
...
2.
Richard Humphrey 
Fowke
1881 - 1883
3.
Dorothea (Little Dora) Margaret 
Fowke
(
Wallis
) 1883 - 1930
3a.
Sir John Edward Power 
Wallis
(
Fowke
) 1861 - 1946
3.1.
hidden
...
3.2.
hidden
...
3.3.
Joan 
Wallis
1907 - 1936
3.4.
hidden
...
3.5.
Edward Louis 
Wallis
(
Sanderson
) 1910 - 1962
4.
Francis (Frank) Thomas 
Fowke
(
Macevereath
) 1886 - post 1929
5.
Rohan (Rowan) Richard Humphrey 
Fowke
(
Morrison
) 1888 - 1941
5a.
Margaret 
Morrison
(
Fowke
) 1887 - 1970
5.1.
Rose Mary Margaret (Rosemary) 
Fowke
1926 - 1942
Sources

Census

Timeline


5th Jun 1850Born Edinburgh, Scotland
31st Mar 1851Lodger in 1851 census (census) Logie, Perths., Scotland
1861Lodger in 1861 census (census) Portland, Dorset, England
1871Daughter in 1871 census (census) Duddingston, Midlothian, Scotland
19th Aug 1876Married
Richardson William 
Fowke
(
Bird
,
Stevenson
,
Dahl
) 1847 - 1899 Brussels, Belgium
24th Aug 1893MARR/ROLE WITN Ootacamund, Madras, India
Sep 1893Became an heir of
Robert Lewis (Louis) Balfour 
Stevenson
(
Van de Grift
) 1850 - 1894 (will)
1897Divorced
Richardson William 
Fowke
(
Bird
,
Stevenson
,
Dahl
) 1847 - 1899 (divorce)
31st Mar 1901Head of household in 1901 census (census) England
2nd Apr 1911_C1911/ROLE BOARDER Frensham, Surrey, England
19th Feb 1931Died Brussels, Belgium
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