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Marseille, Kate (c 1857-1915) wife of Hermann Marseille
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Copy letter from J. G. Frazer to John Roscoe

Breadalbane Hotel, Kenmore, Perthshire. Dated 18 July 1915 - Discusses Lilly's idea of accepting the Archdeaconry [in Africa] Roscoe has been offered on a temporary basis in order that he could do some anthropological work; suggests he approach Macmillan if not them, then Hutchinson with his popular book; Moulton's loss was the death of his wife, but he knows no details; [Kate] Marseille, a German friend in Cambridge has also died, the Marseilles' son [Rudolph] has joined the English army in the war; is interested to hear that [W. H. R.] Rivers has returned from the New Hebrides; is glad to hear that Roscoe will be lecturing to missionary students at Cambridge, wishes there could be a permanent provision for such instruction.

Letter from H. Marseille to Sir James and Lady Frazer

Heath House, Huntington Road, Cambridge [on mourning stationery] - Thanks them for their sympathy note after the death of his wife [Kate]; describes her last days; his son George may be sent to the front soon; [James Hope] Moulton has suffered the same loss; tried to get 'La maison [aux] Panonceaux' [by Lady Frazer] but it is not yet available.

Copy letter from H. Marseille to Sir James and Lady Frazer

Heath House, Huntington Road, Cambridge. Dated June 12th, 1915 - Thanks them for their sympathy note after the death of his wife [Kate]; describes her last days; his son George may be sent to the front soon; [James Hope] Moulton has suffered the same loss; tried to get 'La maison [aux] Panonceaux' [by Lady Frazer] but it is not yet available.