Louise Kathleen Simonds (1883-1934) was, like her elder brothers, born at the family home, The Point, Bath Road Reading, the 3rd child of Louis de Luze Simonds and Mary Elizabeth Turnbull and their only daughter.
Simonds Louise K [Hare] 1899 Simonds Louise K [Hare] 1900cSimonds Louise K [Hare] 1905Hare CFA 1908

In 1907 she married Charles Francis Aubone Hare (1881-1928)
Hare CFA 1905Hare CFA 1909

Known as John, he had a successful paints and flooring business, based in Bristol. John died suddenly whilst out on a family shooting party and his family spent much of their lives at the Family home of Audleys Wood. They had 5 children, the eldest Charles John Francis Hare (1908-1940)
Hare Charles JF [Binny]
Binny served in the RAF and was killed in action as a rear gunner with Bomber Command. Their youngest son Richard Mervyn Hare (1919-2002) was known as Dick.
Hare RM 1947 cropped Hare RM 1985a
Dick had an extraordinary life that is well recorded in his obituary
Hare RM 2002 obit

Taken prisoner when the Japanese invaded Hong Kong in December 1941, he survived the most extraordinary treatment and was finally released to return to the UK in September 1945.

Here are the letters he wrote home following his release;

Hare RM letters 1945