Bio: Wyatt, Jane (1881)


Surnames: Wyatt, Grey

----Source: History of Northern Wisconsin (Eau Claire County, Wis.) 1881, page 338

MISS JANE WYATT, music teacher. A student and graduate of the celebrated Kensington Art School, she took six medals in portrait and oil painting. Miss Wyatt came to America in 1874, spending the Winter in Boston. Came to Eau Claire in March, 1875; now has a large class in instrumental music. Miss Wyatt is descended from Sir Thomas Wyatt, one of Lady Jane Grey's firmest defenders; he lost his life in her defense. Miss Wyatt's father was the most celebrated four-in-hand driver in London, in early times; he supplied the crowned heads of Europe with fine horses; his funeral was largely attended from France, Ireland, Scotland and England, four of the parish priests officiating.



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