24 October 1871
Christabel Gertrude Marshall (later CSJ) was born in Exeter
, at 38 High Street
, the youngest of nine children.
CSJ published her first novel, The Crimson Weed
, which takes its title from a transformation of the traditional symbol of the red rose.
20 October 1960
CSJ died from pneumonia connected with heart disease at Tenterden
; she was in her late eighties.