Queer Places:
Charlotte St, Rugby CV21, UK
William St, Rugby CV21, UK
Via Bocca di Leone, 43, 00187 Roma RM
Via di S. Basilio, 8, 00187 Roma RM
Campo Cestio, Via Caio Cestio, 6, 00153 Roma, Italy

Matilda Emily Wratislaw (1832 - July 15, 1896) was a painter, the daughter of Count William Ferdinand Wratislaw (1788-1853), a solicitor & attorney who resided and practised in Church Street, Rugby, and Charlotte Anne Keele (1799-1863). Her siblings were: Rev. Albert Henry, Frances Sophia, Eliza Ann, Charles Edward, William Ferdinand, Julia Isabella, Theodore Marc, Admiral Henry Rushworth, Clara Elfrida.

Charlotte Street and William Street, off Railway Terrace in Rugby, built respectively in 1841 and in 1868, were developed by Charlotte Anne Keele's husband Count William Ferdinand Wratislaw on land that he owned.

In 1873 Matilda Wratislaw had a studio at Via Bocca di Leone, 43, Roma. In 1882 she was the principal of the School of Art in Rome, Via Viminale, 38, and lived in Via San Basilio, 8. She died in 1896 and is buried in the Protestant Cemetery.

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