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Name: Charles Hammond

Burial Number: 1119

Gender: Male

Occupation: Clerk to a Stockbroker

Born: 06/04/1841

Died: 19/04/1923

Buried: 25/04/1923


Charles and Constance Hammond were two of many people who had very few connections with Heene, but whose final days were spent here.

Charles Hammond was born in 1841 in Brixton, the fifth child of Charles John and Katharine Hammond, both from Kent. Constance, was their fourth child, also born in Brixton. Charles Senior was a Coal Merchant in 1841, and a Coal Merchant and Managing Clerk by 1851, by which time he was father of 8 children, all living in Lambeth.

By 1861 Charles John was a West India Merchant (slavery was abolished in 1833, so it is unlikely that he was involved in this trade), and there were six children living at home, including both Charles Julius, a Clerk to a Stockbroker, and Constance, and 2 House Servants.

In 1866, in Stockwell, Charles married Ann Beach, daughter of Edward Beach (deceased) of Stockwell. Charles was then living at Ivy Lodge, Brixton Road, and was described as a Stock Dealer. His parents were both witnesses. Ann died in 1869.

In 1871, in Lee, Kent, were Charles John (West India Merchant) and Katharine, with Charles Julius, 29 year-old widower, Member of the Stock Exchange, and unmarried sisters Constance and Margaret Eliza, 25, plus a Cook and a Housemaid.

By 1881, still at Lee, were Charles John and Katharine with Charles Julius and Constance, plus a Cook and a Housemaid. Charles John died in 1890 in St Leonard’s on Sea.

In 1891, Charles and Constance, with mother Katharine, had moved to live with sister Edith’s family. Edith was by now married to Henry Wood, (also from Brixton, and Private Secretary (to a Gentleman)), and living at Lisle Court Farm, Boldre, Hampshire with two Servants. Katharine died, in Haddon House, Shelley Road, in 1897.

By 1901 Charles and Constance were living together at Sea View, Milton-on-Sea, Hampshire and moved to Sackville Gardens, Hove by 1911.

Charles died in 1923 at Carisbrooke, Richmond Road. He left over £4000 to Maurice Arthur Wood, Engineer, almost certainly his nephew..

After Charles’ death, Constance went back to live with sister Edith and family in Boldre. She died in 1931 at Botolph’s Lodge Nursing Home.

Researcher: Liz Lane

The Grave

Photograph of headstone for Charles Hammond

Location in Cemetery

Area: SWS Row: 9 Plot: 8

Exact Location (what3words): wiser.marked.frogs

Ashes or Urn: Unknown



No description of the headstone has been added.


In loving memory of Charles Julius Hammond born April 6th 1841 died April 19th 1923 "Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on Thee: because he trusteth iin Thee" Isaiah XXVl.3 Also of Constance Hammond sister of the above born August 29th 1839 died January 28th 1931 "Whosoever liveth and believeth in Me shall never die" St. John 11 v. 26

Further Information


Name: Charles Julius Hammond

Gender: Male

Born: 06/04/1841

Town: Brixton

County: London

Country: England


Maiden Name: Not applicable

Marriage Date: //1866

Spouse First Name: Ann

Spouse Last Name: Beach

Town of Marriage: Unknown

County of Marriage: London

Country of Marriage: England

Information at Death

Date of Death: 19/04/1923

Cause of death: Unknown

Address line 1: Carisbrooke

Address line 3: Richmond Road

Town: Worthing

County: Sussex

Country: England


No obituary has been entered.

Personal Effects

Money left to others: No value recorded

Current value of effects: Not calculated

Census Information


Carisbrook, Richmond Road, Worthing, Sussex

First name(s) Last name Relationship to head Sex Birth year Age Birth place Occupation Employer
Charles Julius Hammond
Male 1841 80 Brixton, Surrey Member Of Stock Exchange Retired
Constance Hammond
Female 1839 81 Brixton, Surrey No Occupation
Agnes Jona Humphreys
Female 1876 44 Killarney, Kerry Domestic Servant Private

Miscellaneous Information

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