Hitchcock Chronology: Ellen Kathleen Hitchcock (b. 1892)
- 5th - Ellen Kathleen Hitchcock marries licensed victualler Harry Lee, whose family runs the Copenhagen Tavern at 183 Salmon Lane, in a Roman Catholic ceremony at the Church of St Mary & St Michael, Lukin Street, East London. The couple have at least three children before Harry dies in 1924, aged only 31.
- 1st - Hitchcock's nephew, Henry William Lee, is born to parents Ellen Kathleen and Harry Lee at 1 Hooper Street, Whitechapel, London.
- 1st - Hitchcock's brother-in-law Harry Lee, husband of Ellen Kathleen Hitchcock, enlists and joins the Navy. Within a few days he is transferred to the Royal Naval Air Service at Roehampton where he most likely works as a member of the ground crew.
- 26th - Hitchcock's niece, Ellen Marcella Lee, is born to parents Ellen Kathleen and Harry Lee at 16 Parker Street, Cowley St. John, Oxford.
- 12th - Hitchcock's nephew, Clifford John Lee, is born to parents Ellen Kathleen and Harry Lee at 1 Rupert Street, Whitechapel, London.
- 18th - Licensed victualler Harry Lee dies, aged 31, leaving Hitchcock's sister Ellen Kathleen a widow with two young sons.
- 9th - Hitchcock's sister Ellen Kathleen gives birth to a child out of wedlock, christened Albert William Ingram. The father is licensed victualler Albert Edward Ingram, who is married to another woman, and the child is raised by foster parents. Albert and Ellen fail to register the birth of the child until 1932.
- 27th - Hitchcock's sister Ellen Kathleen marries licensed victualler Albert Edward Ingram in a Roman Catholic ceremony at the St Thomas of Canterbury, Fulham. Father W.A. Wright performs the ceremony and the witnesses are Emma Jane Hitchcock and Alma Reville. Ellen Kathleen had given birth to an illegitimate child in April 1928, the result of her affair with Albert Edward, who was married to another woman at the time.
- The Hitchcocks spend the end of June in New York City with Alfred's sister Nellie and his cousin Teresa. They take in the latest shows and make a trip to Washington D.C.
- 30th - Hitchcock's older sister Ellen Kathleen dies.