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Eardley-Wilmot, (Lady) Mabel

b ? - died 18 August 1958


Mabel Boisragon Winter was the daughter of W. H. Winter. She married Sir Sainthill Eardley-Wilmot, son of Augustus Hillier Eardley-Wilmot and Matilda Jessie Dunn, on 12 December 1891.

She died on 18 August 1958.

From 12 December 1891, her married name became Eardley-Wilmot.


Sir Sainthill Eardley-Wilmot was born on 17 July 1852.

He was the son of Augustus Hillier Eardley-Wilmot and Matilda Jessie Dunn.

He married, firstly, Emma Elizabeth Casey, daughter of George Casey, on 1 December 1884.

He married, secondly, Mabel Boisragon Winter, daughter of W. H. Winter, on 12 December 1891.

He died on 13 November 1929 at age 77.

Sir Sainthill Eardley-Wilmot was invested as a Knight Commander, Order of the Indian Empire (K.C.I.E.).

He was Inspector-General of Forests, India between 1903 and 1908. 

Child of Sir Sainthill Eardley-Wilmot and Emma Elizabeth Casey - Helen Jessie Eardley-Wilmot2 b. 22 Feb 1886, d. 4 Mar 1963

Child of Sir Sainthill Eardley-Wilmot and Mabel Boisragon Winter   - Mabel Iris Eardley-Wilmot b. 6 Aug 1893




Sir Sainthill Eardley-Wilmot, K.C.I.E.

THE death of Sir Sainthill Eardley-Wilmot on Nov. 13, at Henley-on-Thames, removes a great forester who spent forty-seven years of his life in the service of his country. Eardley-Wilmot was the fourth son of Augustus Hillier Eardley-Wilmot, and was born on July 17, 1852. He joined the Indian Forest Service in December 1873, after having spent three years undergoing his forestry training in Germany.



FOREST LIFE AND SPORT IN INDIA. By SAINTHILL EARDLEY-WILMOT, CLE., Lately Inspector-General of Forests to the Indian Government ; Commissioner UNDER the Development and Road Improvement Funds Act.

With Illustrations from Photographs by MABEL EARDLEY-WILMOT. Demy 8w. 12s. 6d. net.

The Author of this volume was appointed to the Indian Forest Service in days when the Indian Mutiny was fresh in the minds of his companions, and life in the department full of hardships, loneliness, and discomfort. These drawbacks, however, were largely compensated for by the splendid opportunities for sport of all kinds which almost every station in the Service offered, and it is in describing the pursuit of game that the most exciting episodes of the book are to be found. What Mr. Eardley-Wilmot does not know about tiger-shooting cannot be worth knowing, for in addition to having bagged several score, he has many a time watched them

from "The life of the Rt. Hon. Cecil John Rhodes, 1853-1902"

also archived:


extract from listings Women In Photography International:

Arnold, Sir Edwin. The Light of Asia. London: Kagan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., c.1905. [First edition; "12 photogravures by Lady Eardley-Wilmot"; hardback, 169 pages, 14 cm., 5/95; archive box]

Lawrence Hope. Songs From the Garden of Kama. New York: John Lane Company, 1909. [2 copies; December 1908 imprint on copyright page; hardback, 116 pages, photographs by Mabel Eardley-Wilmot; 25.5 cm.: 1) 15/50; and 2) 38/95, in archive box]

The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., 1912. [First edition; "illustrated with thirty-eight {tipped-in} pictures, from photographs by Mabel Eardley-Wilmot"; hardback, 140 pages, 26 cm., 135/175; archive box]


Book listing FOR SALE:

Eardley-Wilmot, Sainthill.   FOREST LIFE AND SPORT IN INDIA. £65 324pp. Index.
18 b/w photographs by Mabel Eardley-Wilmot. Account of his career in the Indian Forest Service from 1873. 1910 First edition, Edward Arnold.