Florence May(Florrie) Hodson
Born - May 12th 1873
Died in the 1930's
Married Frederick William Pare in
Had 4 children,
Erica organized the affairs of the famous
Dean of York, Milner White.
(In 1941, Eric Milner-White was called to York to act as
dean and remained there until his death in 1963. During that period, he
was responsible for replacing a high proportion of the windows in York
Minster, an act that eventually garnered him the award of Commander of the
British Empire. His liturgical and devotional interests were made manifest
in numerous printed works, including 'My God My Glory' (1954) and in his
service on several national committees. His interest in stained glass and
other forms of art led to his appointment to the Advisory Council of the
Victoria and Albert Museum between 1944 and 1959 .)
Clive Frederick becoming Headmaster of
the Choir School of Canterbury Cathedral
(The Clive Frederick Pare Memorial Fund,Fund
was established in 1978 in memory of Clive Frederick Pare, a much loved
Headmaster of the Cathedral Choir School, Canterbury from 1937 to
September 1963 when he was appointed a
Canon of Gloucester Cathedral
until his death in 1973. The Fund's governing instrument is a Trust Deed
dated 18 March 1981 and it is registered with the Charity Commission with
Philip the Provost of Wakefield.
David was an Art Historian.
I have no record of dates but Philip was about my age and we
played together as children. At the time of my note to David in 1983 he
was the only one of the family still alive. I have not heard from him
recently so I do not know if he is still alive.
by George Norman Hodson