Title
Miss
First name(s)
Beatrice Ethel
Surname
Meyer
Position(s) held at King's College London Ref: *1

Lecturer of Mental and Moral Science at the Ladies' Department 1898-1899, 1899-1900, [1900-1901], 1901-1902 (resigned May 1902 due to ill-health)

Education & professional details

School, college and/or university attended

Lansdown (boarding) School, Weymouth; Newnham College, Cambridge 1891-1895.

Qualifications

MA (Trinity College, Dublin); Moral Science Tripos Pt I: Cl 1.3 1894, Pt II: Cl 1 1895 (Newnham College, Cambridge, on a Cobden Scholarship)

Position(s) held (non King's College London)
  • Lecturer at Westfield College, London 1897-1901;
  • Cheltenham Ladies' College 1906
Publications

The Philosophy of Religion (Dr Harold Hffnung. Translated from the German by BE Meyer. London MacMillan 1906.); A History of Modern Philosophy from the Close of the Renaissance to our own Day (Dr Harold Hffnung. Translated from the German edition by BE Meyer. London Macmillan; New York. The Macmillan Company 1900)

Personal details

Date of birth
8th September 1865
Place of birth
Dublin
Date of death Ref: *2
15th February 1958
Place of death Ref: *2
Cheltenham, Glos
Family details

Daughter of Herbert Meyer, Station-holder in New Zealand, later Sec. Nat Club, Whitehall Gdns, and Charlotte Black.

Notes Refs: *2 *3

  • An entry in the Cheltenham Ladies' College Magazine for 1908 runs: "We are receiving help in the Logic and Philosophy classes from Miss BE Meyer who comes from Painswick every Thursday to lecture in College. Miss Meyer is well-known as the translator of Hffding's History of Modern Philosophy and Philosophy of Religion. She is an MA of Dublin University and was in Class 1 in both parts I and II of the Moral Science Tripos at Cambridge at which university she held the Cobden Scholarship. Miss Meyer has lectured at King's College, and also at Westfield College, London."
  • There is a record of a Miss Beatrice Ethel Meyer sailing on 18 April 1920 from Glasgow on the Nestor (Blue Funnel Line) to Sydney, Australia. As her father was born in New Zealand, this may have been a trip to re-establish family ties.

* References

  1. King's College London (Ladies' Department) Minutes: 16th May 1902
  2. (6, 7 and 16.1) http://search.ancestry.co.uk; all other references: Newnham College Register
  3. (16.2) Cheltenham Ladies' College Magazine (Spring 1958) under 'Chronicle'
ARCHIOS™ | Total time:0.0264 s | Source:cache | Platform: NX