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Gertrude gave talks to many organisations in the capacities listed below. John published her talks after she died. This photo is from the front of the book and has the inscription below it:
Gertrude Bertha Gotts
Hon Secretary, Deaconess, Fellowship
President, London Congregational Union, Women’s League 1929
Chairman LCU, Met. Kent district, 1935-36
Who passed away very suddenly into greater joy and service
29 January 1936
c/o British Library
Her book is entitled:
Mostly to Women
Sometimes to Men
John published his own memoires, though this is not available in the British Library.
He also published a book on church finance:
The Treasurer and Church Finance
More details are available here
Defendant in breach of promise case: see here
Typography, commencing Wednesday, September 24 (1902). In the Victoria Club (open meeting) Mr JB Gotts, certificated lecturer and medallist
JB Gotts OBE appointed Assistant Controller, (Establishment Officer) of His Majesty’s Stationery Office
Gertrude Bertha, dearly loved wife of John B Gotts of HM Stationery Office and Heatherbank,Chislehurst, elder daughter of the Rev HF Gower, CF (Retd), ex-President Women’s League, Hon Sec, Deaconess Fellowship, and Chairman Kent District London Congregational Union. Funeral Service Sidcup Congregational Church 3.30 (Jan 20) No flowers, donations in lieu to Deaconess Fellowship Fund.
(IG-NB how HMSO is mentioned before anything else)
The engagement is announced of Mr JB Gotts OBE of Chislehurst, and Miss Ethel Mary, elder daughter of the late JG Hurst, KC, Recorder of Birmingham, and Mrs Hurst,of 61 Addiscombe Road, Croydon. The marriage will take place in January.
This is followed on 4 February, reporting the marriage on 2 February.
Companion: Imperial Service Order: John Gotts