Violet was the second last daughter of Agnes and Alexander Fraser born July 3, 1899 at Garden Hill like the rest of the children. Like her other two sisters, she was an accomplished pianist. The family moved to 42 Westfield Road in Dublin along with “Uncle” Charlie Waugh who lodged there for about 20 years. Charlie met the family during the First World War and had lost his wife in childbirth. Agnes Fraser had decided to call the house “Feldberg” after the place in Germany where she had met Alex.
Sophie, the youngest Fraser child was born August 20, 1901. Like her sister Violet, she had aspirations to go on stage. She won many contests and a chance to go to London but like Violet, was prevented from doing so. She took a job in the engineering department at Guiness Brewery where she spent her working life. Around 1956, Alex inherited 50 acres of land near Harlockstown in County Meath and the family moved there. Sophie died in Canada in 1989. As stated in another post Alex died at Meath in 1964 the year after his mother.
I have actually been contacted by a couple who now have the house at 42 Westfield Road. People are always so excited to find information like this and I so enjoy hearing from them.