Ethel Mary Bilbrough, née Dixon, (1868-1952) was born in Hampstead, London, England. She and her husband Kenneth Leslie Bilbrough lived at Elmstead Grange in Chislehurst, Kent, where he was a banker. She was an amateur artist and actively wrote letters to the papers. Her most significant work was My War Diary 1914-1918, a memoir of life on the Home Front during the First World War. Along with her writings, the book included scrapbook-like cuttings, cartoons, her own watercolors and drawings. She composed a few hymns and songs. She died in Marlborough, Wiltshire, England.
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