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Isobel Morton-Sale (1904-1992)

Isobel Morton-Sale (1904-1992)

Isobel Lucas was born in Chelsea, London on 15 May 1904. Her early childhood was characterised by a contrast between the strict education of the London French Convent and the liberal atmosphere of the home of her uncle, William Arthur Jones, editor of the Weekly Times. At the age of seven, she moved with her family to Kew. However, three years later, on the outbreak of the First World War, Isobel’s parents moved again, to Broadstairs, Kent, and Isobel was sent to a boarding convent at Blundell Sands on Liverpool Bay. After another three years, she was educated privately in Broadstairs.

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