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 Eva (Evangeline) Bell-Smith Hills  (1875 - )



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Lived/Active: Ontario / Canada      Known for: floral still life and landscape painting

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Evangeline Mary Bellsmith Hills is the niece of the famous artist, Frederic Marlett Bell-Smith. She was born in Penge, Surrey, England in 1875, the daughter of Henry Wentworth Bellsmith and Suzannah Anne Bellsmith (nee Sturch).  Her parents moved to Toronto, Ontario in 1881 while she was a young girl.  Her parents divorced in 1888.

After the divorce Henry Wentworth Bell-Smith remarried and moved to New York while Eva and her siblings remained with their mother in Toronto, living at 330 Jarvis Street, next door to her famous uncle, Frederic Marlett Bell-Smith. 

On July 17, 1917, at the age of 42, she married Charles Phillip Hills, a commercial bee keeper. She is known for still lifes of flowers and landscapes. (Note: Some members of the Bell-Smith family hyphenated their last name while others didn't.)

Submitted November 2010 by Kerry Guenter, who writes: "This is a compilation of my own research.  Her marriage information comes from her marriage license. Some information is on a genealogy website for John Bell-Smith.  Other information is from various websites.  I once owned a still-life of flowers and have seen a couple of others plus a landscape by her for sale on eBay.  One website is about the idea that her father may have been Jack the Ripper as he was in England at the time of the murders. One of her brothers wound up in Alkatraz, then traveled to England and disappeared.

Skeletons in every family's closet !

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