Married home of Norman Moor

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6 Northcote Road, Clifton.

In December 1878, E. N. P. Moor, married Emily S Powell, a vicar’s daughter two years his senior.1 The pair lived initially at Cecil Road, but made their married home in Northcote Road, close to Clifton College where Moor taught as assistant Master. Symonds spent that winter at Davos, but received visits that month from two other former Clifton students: Horatio F. Brown and Hugh Pearson. In a later letter to Henry Graham Dakyns he noted “I fancy you think of Mrs E. N. P. Moor? I don’t care for her photograph.”2

  1.  Basil Halhed. Edward Norman Peter Moor 1851 – 1895 Web.www.halhed.com/t4r/getperson.php?personID=I6657 22 Aug. 2013   []
  2.  John Addington Symonds, Robert L. Peters (Editor), Herbert M. Schueller, The Letters of John Addington Symonds, Vol. 1 : 1844-1868, Detroit, Wayne State University Press, 1968,p981  []