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Clare (née Bentham), Lady Falls

(1862-1929), Wife of Sir Charles Fausset Falls; daughter of William Bentham

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Clare (née Bentham), Lady Falls, by Bassano Ltd - NPG x123389

Clare (née Bentham), Lady Falls

by Bassano Ltd
whole-plate glass negative, 22 June 1925
NPG x123389

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John Nicholson

25 December 2016, 12:14

Clare Falls, nee Bentham b1862 ( Reg. 4th qr, London City ). Her father was William Bentham, 1827-8 June 1898, her mother Mary Ann Hammond. Her husband was knighted in 1923. She was mother of Cyril Bentham Falls, the historian, Lesley Fausset Falls, 7 Dorothy Clare falls, who married Sir Anthony Vincent Falls Bart.

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