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Name: Charlotte Brown

Burial Number: 1575

Gender: Female

Born: 27/11/1848

Died: 05/04/1934

Buried: 10/04/1934

Mother:
Mary Freshfield King

Father:
William Brown

Family No: 1575

Story

Charlotte Ann Brown was baptised on 29 December 1848 at Holy trinity, Clapham. Her father, William, was a merchant, and her mother was Mary Freshfield Brown née King. By 1861 Charlotte and her sister, Emma, were living in Loats Road, Clapham  being taught by a governess, Sarah Loar. The Brown family had moved to Quarry Hill House, Tonbridge, Kent, by 1881 and to Speldhurst, also in Kent, by 1891, and always had  plenty of servants. Charlotte was living in her final home, 25, Shakespeare Road, Worthing , by 1924. She died there on 5 April 1934. In her probate announcement are mentioned Austin John Brown, a printer,(not traced), Violet Catherine Kitto,( the daughter of William Charles Brown , Charlotte’s brother ) wife of John Lemon Kitto, Annie Mary Brown, wife of Austen Charles Brown (not traced) and Roy Alexander Malcolm, solicitor, of Worthing, whose wife was Mary née Collet, the daughter of Augustus H Collet, surgeon, and Emma L Collet, of Ashurst Lodge, Liverpool Gardens, Worthing.

Researcher: Angela Levy

The Grave

Photograph of headstone for Charlotte Brown

Location in Cemetery

Area: NWS Row: 2 Plot: 16

Exact Location (what3words): seat.lights.lovely

Ashes or Urn: Unknown

Headstone

Description:

No description of the headstone has been added.

Inscription:

In loving memory of Charlotte Ann Brown third daughter of William and Mary Freshfield Brown born November 27th 1848 passed to her rest April 5th 1934

Further Information

Birth

Name: Charlotte Ann Brown

Gender: Female

Born: 27/11/1848

Town: Clapham

County: Surrey

Country: England

Marriage

Maiden Name: Not applicable

No marriage information is available for this burial record.

Information at Death

Date of Death: 05/04/1934

Cause of death: Unknown

Address line 2: 25

Address line 3: Shakespeare Road

Town: Worthing

County: Sussex

Country: England

Obituary

No obituary has been entered.

Personal Effects

Money left to others: £7675 0 s 7 d

Current value of effects: Not calculated

Census Information

1851

15, Crescent  , Clapham, Surrey

William  Brown, 39, head, merchant  ? in export station?; Mary Freshpole (actually Freshfield) Brown, 31, wife; Sarah Maria Brown, 9, daughter, scholar at home; Anthony Brown, 7, son, scholar at home; Mary Elizabeth Brown, 6, scholar at home; Charlotte Brown, 2, daughter; William Charles Brown, 9 months, son;

plus nurse, housemaid, assistant nurse and another (illegible)

1861

Loats Road, Clapham, Wandsworth

Charlotte A Brown, 12;  Emma G Brown, 7; Sarah Loar, 43, governess;

plus 3 house servants

NB This Census was not found on Ancestry. This short form came from Findmypast.

1871

Loats Road, Clapham, Surrey

William Brown, 59, head, wholesale stationer; Mary Freshfield Brown, 51, wife; Sarah Maria Brown, 29, daughter; Anthony Brown, 27, son, wholesale stationer; Charlotte A Brown, 22, daughter; William C Brown, 20, son, assistant to his father; Jane  I Heurtley, 23, visitor; Francis H Woods, 20, visitor, undergraduate Oxford;

plus 4 domestic servants

1881

Quarry Hill House, Tonbridge, Kent

William Brown, 69, head, merchant and wholesale stationer: Mary Freshfield Brown, 51, wife; Sarah M Brown, 39, daughter; Charlotte A Brown,; 32, daughter; Emma G Brown, 27, daughter; Lionel F Heurtley, 4, grandson; Ernest S Heurtley, 3, grandson; Evelyn M Heurtley, granddaughter;

plus a cook, 2 housemaids, nurse, kitchenmaid and butler

NB the grandchildren were the children of Charlotte’s sister, Mary Elizabeth Brown.

1891

Census           4, Hungershall ?    , Speldhurst, Kent

William Brown, 79, living on own means; Mary F Brown, 71, wife; Sarah M brown, 49, daughter; Charlotte A Brown, 42, daughter; Emma G Brown, 37, daughter;

Plus a cook, 2 housemaids, a kitchenmaid and a butler

1901

Not Found

1911

Not Found

Miscellaneous Information

No miscellaneous information is available for this burial record.