Marion Dykes Spicer (1883-1949) was the daughter of Sir Albert Spicer, 1st Baronet.

Early life Edit

Marion was born to Albert and Jessie in 1833, in West Ham, London. She had 10 other siblings: Albert, Bertha, Grace, Stewart, Janet, LancelotGwendolene, Eva, Olga and Ursula.

Personal life Edit

Marriage Edit

There are no records to show that Marion ever married.

Rainbows Edit

In 1913, Marion wrote a children's book called "Rainbows", which was illustrated by prolific illustrator Charles Robinson.

Marion dykes spicer - rainbows book

Marion's book, "Rainbows"

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