Evelyn Fanny Charlotte HULL 
- Born: 16 Aug 1887, Redhill Reigate
- Christened: 29 Sep 1887, St John Redhill SRY
- Marriage (1): James Edward Geale CAULFEILD 8th Viscount Charlemont.  on 26 Nov 1914
- Died: 14 Oct 1940, Killed in London Blitz aged 53
Evelyn Fanny Sharlott Hull
Birth Date:16 Aug 1887
Baptism Date:29 Sep 1887
Baptism Place:Redhill, St John, Surrey, England
Father:Edmund Charles Pendleton Hull
Mother:Fanny Maria Hull
Julius Jottings No 3 October 1900.
Evelyn is having her first term at school, she joined her second sister Millie, at St John's, Withdeane, Preston Park.
Viscountess Charlemont, formerly Evelyn Fanny Charlotte Hull, daughter of Edmund Charles Pendleton Hull. Married James Edward Geale Caulfeild, 8th Viscount Charlemont, son of Hon. Marcus Piers Francis Caulfeild and Louisa Gwyn Williams, on 26 November 1914 (they were divorced in April 1940). She died on 14 October 1940, killed by enemy action.
Pictured in The Sketch at the time she was working twelve hour shifts in a munitions factory, one of a number of society ladies who did so during the Great War.
Viscount Charlemont and Miss Evelyn Hull.
A marriage of much interest in local circles took place at St George's Hanover Square, on Thursday afternoon, the contracting parties being Viscount Charlemont of Drumcairne, Co Tyrone, and Miss Evelyn Hull, daughter of Mr ECP Hull JP of Earlswood Mount Redhill.
Lord Charlemont comes of a very old family. One member Sir Toby Caulfield descended from ancestors of great antiquity in the County of Oxford, performed the deeds of valour at the time of the Spanish Armada under Sir Martin Frobisher, and subsequently in Ireland. For this he was created a peer, as Baron of Charlemont, in 1620. The bride's family are held in high esteem in the Borough of Reigate and the county of Surrey. Mr ECP Hull, who is on the Commission of the Peace for the County and the Borough is well known as a generous subscriber to local and county objects, and more particularly for his great work in connection with the Royal Earlsworth Institution for Mental Defectives, of which he is treasurer.
The wedding was very quiet owing to the war. But for the national crisis the ceremony would have taken place in Redhill, and this would have been in accordance with the wishes of Mr and Mrs Hull, who have been long resident in the Borough, and are so intimately associated with it. There was something appropriate in the selection of St George Hanover Square as Viscount Charlemont was christened in that church and his town residence is situated in the parish.
The officiating clergy were the Bishop of Winchester, assisted by the Rev Hugh Nelson Ward, the Rev C S Stewart, the Rev Norman Thicknesse, and the Rev Bertram B Slater (Vicar of St John's Redhill).
The bride who was given away by her father, was handsomely attired. The wedding gown which was in old Italian style, was made of gold and white chiffon brocade, with a girdle of pearls and a Medici colour of old lace. Her veil was very beautiful old Limerick lace, and she carried in her hand a small bunch of orange blossom and white roses. Miss Isabel Hull (sister of the bride), who acted as bridesmaid, wore a white lace dress with had composed of white ostrich feathers. She carried a white velvet muff trimmed with fur. The Rev Godfrey Browne was best man. At the close of the ceremony Sir Frederick Bridge of Westminster Abbey played "The Wedding March".
The reception was held at Claridges Hotel. Those who accepted invitations were as follows:
Major Dudley Alexander, Dr and Mrs Aitchison, Lady Grace Baring, Sir Frederick and Lady Bridge, Mr Harry Bennett, Mrs Hamilton Benn, Mr and Mrs W A Bell. The Countess of Charlemont, Sir Edward and Lady Coates, Sir William Corry, Sir Gilbert and Lady Carter, Lady Cohen, the Honourable Mrs Frances Colbourne, the Honourable Rachel Caulfield, Major Algernon Caulfield, Captain Caulfield, Mrs Reginald Caulfield, Mrs Ward Caulfield, Miss Grace Caulfield, Mr and Mrs Alan Cameron, Mrs Colesworth, Mr and Mrs Crawley, Mr and Mrs John Carlisle, Mrs Reginald Chichester, The Marchioness of Douro, Dr Binny Dunlop, Mr and Mrs Nathanial Dunlop, Mr and Mrs Ballantyne Dykes Mr and Mrs F Daley, Miss Dunlop.
Sir Francis and Lady Edwards Lady Myles Fenton, Major and Mrs Kingsley Foster, Col and Mrs Farmer, the Rev G and Miss Farmer, Mr and Mrs Charles Farmer. Lord Robert and Lady Gresley, the Rev F Given Wilson, Dr and Mrs Gayner, Mrs Gordon, Mr Samuel Gurney, Mr Henry Gurney, Mr and Mrs Gurney. Admiral Henderson, Captain and Mrs Leonard Hull, Lt Hubert Hull, Prof and Miss Hull, Col and Mrs Hendley, Dr and Mrs Philip Hendley, Miss Constance Hull, Mr Trevor Hull, Miss EG Hull, Miss Hall, Mrs Hall Houghton, Mr and Mrs Arthur Julius, the Misses Julius, Mrs AM Johnson, Mrs Leslie, Mrs Leverson, Mr and Mrs Edward Larkin, the Misses Lathbury, Lord and Lady Talbot Malahide, Capt and Mrs de Renzy Martin, captain and Mrs Gerald Martin, Miss Heron Maxwell, Miss Melville, Captain and Mrs Nelson Ward Mr and Mrs Godfrey Palmer, Mrs Purchase, Lord and Lady Ranfurly, the Rev and Mrs Ricketts, Miss Rice, Mr and Mrs John Rennie, Lady Mary Scott, Sir Edward and Lady Stern, Lady Schuster, Mr and Mrs Sillitoe, Mr and Mrs Leopold Salomons, the Rev and Mrs BB Slater, Mr Sterry, Mr and Mrs Saunders, Baron and Baroness de Tessier, the Honourable Mrs and Miss Talbot, Mr and Mrs Temperley, Mrs and Miss Thompson, Col Wellesley and Evelyn Duchess of Wellington, Lady Wilcox, Col and Mrs Whatney, the Rev GF Wilson, the Rev and Mrs Wadilove, Mrs Young.
Later in the day Viscount and Viscountess Charlemont left for Dovenby Hall, Cumberland, lent by Mr Ballantyne Dykes. The bride travelled in a dark green velvet costume with sable fur, the gift of the bridegroom, and hat to correspond.
The wedding presents were very numerous and costly.
Dorking and Leatherhead Advertiser 28 November 1914
Charlemont Vicountess Evelyn Fanny Charlotte of 331 Nell Gwynn House Sloane Ave Chelsea London single woman died 13 Oct 1940 at Praed St Railway Station London Probate Llandudno 3 Jan 1941 to the Public Trustee. Effects £27688 0s 7d
Resworn £28330 17s 11d
National Probate Calendar.
Footnote: PADDINGTON (PRAED STREET) 13/10/40
This bombing resulted in significant loss of life, but was not recorded in previous accounts of high fatality incidents (Graves, etc.). Initial CWGC analysis of Paddington Borough civilian dead shows five killed of died in situ, and three more succumbing to their injuries in the following days, although the total may be higher if injured died in hospitals in other Boroughs, as yet unidentified:
13/10/40 - "Died at Praed Street Station" (Metropolitan Borough of Paddington):
CHARLEMONT, EVELYN FANNY CHARLOTTE (Age 55)
and others . . . . .
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1. Census: England, 5 Apr 1891, The Mount Reigate SRY. Evelyn is recorded as a daughter aged 3 born Redhill SRY
Evelyn married James Edward Geale CAULFEILD 8th Viscount Charlemont.  [MRIN: 427], son of Hon Marcus Piers Francis CAULFEILD  and Louisa Gwyn WILLIAMS , on 26 Nov 1914. The marriage ended in divorce. (James Edward Geale CAULFEILD 8th Viscount Charlemont.  was born on 12 May 1880 in London and died on 20 Aug 1949.)