Meredith of Herefordshire

Person Page 35

Rose Moore CARRECK1

F, #1701

Biography

Rose Moore CARRECK married Bertram Meredith WALDOCK, son of Frederick David WALDOCK and Maria Carter MEREDITH, in 1901.1

Appears on:Meredith Indented Chart

Citations

  1. [S36] England & Wales FreeBMD (Ancestry.com)

Last Edited20 July 2009

John BROWN1

M, #1702, b. about 1771, d. 9 February 1839

Parents

FatherCrisp BROWN b. about 1742, d. 1812
MotherChristiana COSSEY b. about 1743, d. 10 April 1831

Biography

John BROWN was born about 1771. He married Frances SMITH on 17 March 1801 in St Nicholas church, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.1 John BROWN died on 9 February 1839 in Wolverhampton, Staffordshire.2
John Brown was a corn merchant of Great Yarmouth, and an elder brother of Crisp Brown.3

Children with Frances SMITH b. about 1775, d. 1831

DaughterFrances BROWN b. 18 February 1802
SonGeorge Penrice BROWN b. 19 December 1803
SonJohn BROWN b. 5 August 1805
DaughterAnn Smith BROWN b. 6 March 1807
SonJames William BROWN b. 27 April 1808
SonAlfred Hall BROWNE b. 16 December 1809, d. 5 February 1893
SonCharles BROWN b. 28 July 1811
DaughterChristiana Cossey BROWN b. 2 August 1812, d. October 1812
DaughterChristiana Cossey BROWN b. 1813, d. 7 February 1886
DaughterEmily BROWN b. about 1815
DaughterEmma Eliza BROWN b. about 1816
SonRev. Samuel Christmas BROWN b. about 1819, d. 1891

Citations

  1. [S7] IGI: International Genealogical Index
  2. [S1265] Death announcement: John Brown; Norfolk Chronicle - Saturday 16 February 1839; pg. 2, “Saturday last, at Wolverhampton, in the 69th year of his age, Mr. John Brown, many years an eminent maltster and merchant, of Yarmouth.”
  3. [S657] Charles Palmer's Perlustration of Great Yarmouth, p.267. URL:http://greatyarmouthhistory.com/Palmer/Palmer Vol 2. Rows 78-145.pdf. Accessed: 2012-04-24. (Archived by WebCite® at http://www.webcitation.org/67APChh9g)

Last Edited24 May 2012

Frances SMITH1

F, #1703, b. about 1775, d. 1831

Biography

Frances SMITH was born about 1775. She married John BROWN, son of Crisp BROWN and Christiana COSSEY, on 17 March 1801 in St Nicholas church, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.1 Frances SMITH died in 1831 in Yarmouth.2 She was buried on 25 March 1831 in St Nicholas church, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.3

Children with John BROWN b. about 1771, d. 9 February 1839

DaughterFrances BROWN b. 18 February 1802
SonGeorge Penrice BROWN b. 19 December 1803
SonJohn BROWN b. 5 August 1805
DaughterAnn Smith BROWN b. 6 March 1807
SonJames William BROWN b. 27 April 1808
SonAlfred Hall BROWNE b. 16 December 1809, d. 5 February 1893
SonCharles BROWN b. 28 July 1811
DaughterChristiana Cossey BROWN b. 2 August 1812, d. October 1812
DaughterChristiana Cossey BROWN b. 1813, d. 7 February 1886
DaughterEmily BROWN b. about 1815
DaughterEmma Eliza BROWN b. about 1816
SonRev. Samuel Christmas BROWN b. about 1819, d. 1891

Citations

  1. [S7] IGI: International Genealogical Index
  2. [S1264] Death announcement: Frances Brown; Norfolk Chronicle - Saturday 19 March 1831; pg. 3, “At Yarmouth - Frances, the wife of Mr. John Brown, corn merchant, aged 56.”
  3. [S1325] FreeREG, Index of Baptism, marriage and burial records, online (http://www.freereg.org.uk/)

Last Edited24 August 2016

Crisp BROWN1

M, #1704, b. 6 January 1768, d. 19 August 1830

Parents

FatherCrisp BROWN b. about 1742, d. 1812
MotherChristiana COSSEY b. about 1743, d. 10 April 1831

Biography

Crisp Brown, Mayor of Norwich 1817
Crisp BROWN was born on 6 January 1768.1 He married Maria CHASE on 18 September 1804 in Norwich, Norfolk.1 Crisp BROWN died on 19 August 1830, at age 62, in At sea.1,2 He was buried on 19 August 1830 in At sea.1
Crisp Brown was a well-known Norwich malster and merchant employed by Whitbread, London brewers. He was Alderman of Norwich, Sheriff 1814, Mayor 1817. He died at sea on board the packet “Lyra”. He has a Memorial Tablet in St Ethelred’s Church, Norwich.3,1

Children with Maria CHASE b. January 1777, d. 22 August 1853

DaughterMaria BROWN b. 29 December 1805
SonFrederick BROWN b. 17 March 1808
SonHenry Charles BROWN b. 28 May 1809
DaughterJane BROWN b. 29 October 1810
SonRev. Philip Utton BROWN b. 1 January 1813, d. 1 January 1890
DaughterEliza BROWN b. about 1814
SonEdgar BROWN b. about 1816, d. 1824
DaughterBertha BROWN b. 1818, d. 1818
SonGeorge Augustus BROWN b. 12 August 1821

Citations

  1. [S654] Visitation of England and Wales, Ed. Frederick Arthur Crisp, Volume 19 (1917) Pages 149 Internet Archive http://www.archive.org/details/visitationofengl19howa accessed Oct 2009
  2. [S1266] Death announcement: Crisp Brown, Staffordshire Advertiser - Saturday 02 October 1830; pg. 4, “On the 19th of August, on board the Lyra Crisp Brown, Esq. the celebrated agriculturist, Alderman of the city of Norwich, on board which vessel he took a voyage at the instigation of his medical advisers and dearest connexions in the hope of recovering the extreme depression of spirits attendant on a late reverse of fortune.”
  3. [S656] Halesworth Manufacturers, section 4.4.1 East Anglia and malting. URL:http://halesworth.wikispaces.com/Manufacturers. Accessed: 2012-04-24. (Archived by WebCite® at http://www.webcitation.org/67APOD1Pr)

Last Edited16 May 2012

Maria CHASE1

F, #1705, b. January 1777, d. 22 August 1853

Biography

Maria CHASE was born in January 1777.1 She married Crisp BROWN, son of Crisp BROWN and Christiana COSSEY, on 18 September 1804 in Norwich, Norfolk.1 Maria CHASE died on 22 August 1853, at age 76.1 She was buried on 29 August 1853 in St. Peter’s, Southgate, Norwich.1
Maria Chase was the daughter of James Chase of the Old Duke’s Palace, Norwich, by Sarah daughter of John Fair. She has a Memorial Tablet in St Ethelred’s Church, Norwich.1

Children with Crisp BROWN b. 6 January 1768, d. 19 August 1830

DaughterMaria BROWN b. 29 December 1805
SonFrederick BROWN b. 17 March 1808
SonHenry Charles BROWN b. 28 May 1809
DaughterJane BROWN b. 29 October 1810
SonRev. Philip Utton BROWN b. 1 January 1813, d. 1 January 1890
DaughterEliza BROWN b. about 1814
SonEdgar BROWN b. about 1816, d. 1824
DaughterBertha BROWN b. 1818, d. 1818
SonGeorge Augustus BROWN b. 12 August 1821

Citations

  1. [S654] Visitation of England and Wales, Ed. Frederick Arthur Crisp, Volume 19 (1917) Pages 149 Internet Archive http://www.archive.org/details/visitationofengl19howa accessed Oct 2009

Last Edited12 October 2009

Crisp BROWN1

M, #1706, b. about 1742, d. 1812

Parents

FatherJohn BROWN b. 1714
MotherSarah CRISP

Biography

Crisp BROWN was born about 1742.2 He married Christiana COSSEY on 9 March 1767 in Mendham, Suffolk.2 Crisp BROWN died in 1812. He was buried on 16 June 1812 in St Margaret, Upton, Norfolk.3,4
Crisp Brown was from Mendham, Suffolk.

His burial record names his parents, and also his maternal grandmother, which is very unusual. It reads as follows:

“Crisp, the son of John Brown & Sarah his wife (late Sarah Crisp, Spinster) was buried at Fishley June 16th 1812, aged 71 years”.1,3

Children with Christiana COSSEY b. about 1743, d. 10 April 1831

DaughterChristiana BROWN d. 1773
SonCrisp BROWN b. 6 January 1768, d. 19 August 1830
SonJohn BROWN b. about 1771, d. 9 February 1839
SonWilliam BROWN b. 1773, d. 1773
SonJames BROWN b. 1774
DaughterRebecca BROWN b. 1775
SonIsaac BROWN b. 1775, d. 1776
DaughterAnn BROWN b. 1777
SonWilliam BROWN b. 1778

Citations

  1. [S654] Visitation of England and Wales, Ed. Frederick Arthur Crisp, Volume 19 (1917) Pages 149 Internet Archive http://www.archive.org/details/visitationofengl19howa accessed Oct 2009
  2. [S7] IGI: International Genealogical Index
  3. [S1323] Burial record, Crisp Brown. “England, Norfolk Bishop's Transcripts, 1685-1941," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-266-11580-74276-7?cc=1823613 : 20 May 2014)
  4. [S1325] FreeREG, Index of Baptism, marriage and burial records, online (http://www.freereg.org.uk/)

Last Edited24 August 2016

Christiana COSSEY1

F, #1707, b. about 1743, d. 10 April 1831

Biography

Christiana COSSEY was born about 1743.2 She married Crisp BROWN, son of John BROWN and Sarah CRISP, on 9 March 1767 in Mendham, Suffolk.3 Christiana COSSEY died on 10 April 1831 in Southtown, Yarmouth, Norfolk.2
Christiana was the daughter of Major John Cossey (who died of wounds received at the battle of Fontenoy 30 April 1745).1

Children with Crisp BROWN b. about 1742, d. 1812

DaughterChristiana BROWN d. 1773
SonCrisp BROWN b. 6 January 1768, d. 19 August 1830
SonJohn BROWN b. about 1771, d. 9 February 1839
SonWilliam BROWN b. 1773, d. 1773
SonJames BROWN b. 1774
DaughterRebecca BROWN b. 1775
SonIsaac BROWN b. 1775, d. 1776
DaughterAnn BROWN b. 1777
SonWilliam BROWN b. 1778

Citations

  1. [S654] Visitation of England and Wales, Ed. Frederick Arthur Crisp, Volume 19 (1917) Pages 149 Internet Archive http://www.archive.org/details/visitationofengl19howa accessed Oct 2009
  2. [S655] The Gentleman’s Magazine (1831), Vol. 149, p.381 “April 10. At Southtown, Yarmouth, aged 88, Mrs. Christiana Brown, mother of the late Crisp Brown, esq. alderman of Norwich.”
  3. [S7] IGI: International Genealogical Index

Last Edited13 October 2009

Maria BROWN

F, #1708, b. 29 December 1805

Parents

FatherCrisp BROWN b. 6 January 1768, d. 19 August 1830
MotherMaria CHASE b. January 1777, d. 22 August 1853

Biography

Maria BROWN was born on 29 December 1805.1 She married Henry HANSELL on 28 January 1829 in St. Peter Southgate.2

Citations

  1. [S1325] FreeREG, Index of Baptism, marriage and burial records, online (http://www.freereg.org.uk/)
  2. [S1267] Marriage announcement: Hansell - Brown; Norfolk Chronicle - Saturday 31 January 1829; pg. 3, “Wednesday last, at St. Peter Southgate, by the Rev. Peter Hansell, B.A. of University college, Mr. Henry Hansell, solicitor, to Maria, eldest daughter of Crisp Brown, Esq., Alderman of this city.”

Last Edited24 August 2016

Henry Charles BROWN

M, #1709, b. 28 May 1809

Parents

FatherCrisp BROWN b. 6 January 1768, d. 19 August 1830
MotherMaria CHASE b. January 1777, d. 22 August 1853

Biography

Henry Charles BROWN was born on 28 May 1809.1 He married Selina HUMPHREYS on 3 March 1842 in All Saints Church, Southampton.2

Citations

  1. [S1325] FreeREG, Index of Baptism, marriage and burial records, online (http://www.freereg.org.uk/)
  2. [S790] Marriage announcement: Brown - Humphreys, The Bury and Norwich Post, Wednesday, March 09, 1842; Issue 3115.

Last Edited24 August 2016

George Augustus BROWN

M, #1710, b. 12 August 1821

Parents

FatherCrisp BROWN b. 6 January 1768, d. 19 August 1830
MotherMaria CHASE b. January 1777, d. 22 August 1853

Biography

George Augustus BROWN was born on 12 August 1821.1

Citations

  1. [S1325] FreeREG, Index of Baptism, marriage and burial records, online (http://www.freereg.org.uk/)

Last Edited24 August 2016

Frederick BROWN

M, #1711, b. 17 March 1808

Parents

FatherCrisp BROWN b. 6 January 1768, d. 19 August 1830
MotherMaria CHASE b. January 1777, d. 22 August 1853

Biography

Frederick BROWN was born on 17 March 1808.1

Citations

  1. [S1325] FreeREG, Index of Baptism, marriage and burial records, online (http://www.freereg.org.uk/)

Last Edited24 August 2016

Jane BROWN

F, #1712, b. 29 October 1810

Parents

FatherCrisp BROWN b. 6 January 1768, d. 19 August 1830
MotherMaria CHASE b. January 1777, d. 22 August 1853

Biography

Jane BROWN was born on 29 October 1810.1

Citations

  1. [S1325] FreeREG, Index of Baptism, marriage and burial records, online (http://www.freereg.org.uk/)

Last Edited24 August 2016

Bertha BROWN

F, #1713, b. 1818, d. 1818

Parents

FatherCrisp BROWN b. 6 January 1768, d. 19 August 1830
MotherMaria CHASE b. January 1777, d. 22 August 1853

Biography

Bertha BROWN was born in 1818. She died in 1818, at age ~0. She was buried on 2 October 1818 in St Peter Southgate, Norwich, - aged 7 months.1

Citations

  1. [S1325] FreeREG, Index of Baptism, marriage and burial records, online (http://www.freereg.org.uk/)

Last Edited24 August 2016

Rev. Philip Utton BROWN

M, #1714, b. 1 January 1813, d. 1 January 1890

Parents

FatherCrisp BROWN b. 6 January 1768, d. 19 August 1830
MotherMaria CHASE b. January 1777, d. 22 August 1853

Biography

Rev. Philip Utton BROWN was born on 1 January 1813 in King Street, Norwich.1 He married Mary Horatio Russell FICKLIN, daughter of Horatio Pettus FICKLIN and Mary Russell BERNEY, on 26 September 1848 in St. Giles, Norwich.1 Rev. Philip Utton BROWN died on 1 January 1890, at age 77, in Downlands, Lymington.1

Children with Mary Horatio Russell FICKLIN

SonPhilip Berney FICKLIN b. 3 October 1849, d. 31 October 1917
SonCrisp Berney BROWN b. 21 March 1851, d. 20 March 1925

Citations

  1. [S654] Visitation of England and Wales, Ed. Frederick Arthur Crisp, Volume 19 (1917) Pages 149 Internet Archive http://www.archive.org/details/visitationofengl19howa accessed Oct 2009

Last Edited24 August 2016

Eliza BROWN

F, #1715, b. about 1814

Parents

FatherCrisp BROWN b. 6 January 1768, d. 19 August 1830
MotherMaria CHASE b. January 1777, d. 22 August 1853

Biography

Eliza BROWN was born about 1814.


Last Edited24 August 2016

Edgar BROWN

M, #1716, b. about 1816, d. 1824

Parents

FatherCrisp BROWN b. 6 January 1768, d. 19 August 1830
MotherMaria CHASE b. January 1777, d. 22 August 1853

Biography

Edgar BROWN was born about 1816. He died in 1824.1 He was buried on 9 September 1824 in St Peter Southgate, Norwich.2

Citations

  1. [S789] Death announcement: Edgar, fourth son of Crisp Brown; The Bury and Norwich Post, Wednesday, September 15, 1824; Issue 2203.
  2. [S1325] FreeREG, Index of Baptism, marriage and burial records, online (http://www.freereg.org.uk/)

Last Edited24 August 2016

Mary Horatio Russell FICKLIN1

F, #1717

Parents

FatherHoratio Pettus FICKLIN b. 21 June 1798, d. 24 May 1843
MotherMary Russell BERNEY b. 27 February 1797, d. 23 April 1844

Biography

Mary Horatio Russell FICKLIN married Rev. Philip Utton BROWN, son of Crisp BROWN and Maria CHASE, on 26 September 1848 in St. Giles, Norwich.1
Mary was the daughter of Horatio Pettus Ficklin of Aylsham, Norfolk and Mary Russell Berney, eldest daughter of Robert Berney of Worstead, Norfolk and his wife Charlotte Beavor.1

Children with Rev. Philip Utton BROWN b. 1 January 1813, d. 1 January 1890

SonPhilip Berney FICKLIN b. 3 October 1849, d. 31 October 1917
SonCrisp Berney BROWN b. 21 March 1851, d. 20 March 1925

Citations

  1. [S654] Visitation of England and Wales, Ed. Frederick Arthur Crisp, Volume 19 (1917) Pages 149 Internet Archive http://www.archive.org/details/visitationofengl19howa accessed Oct 2009

Last Edited13 October 2009

James William BROWN

M, #1718, b. 27 April 1808

Parents

FatherJohn BROWN b. about 1771, d. 9 February 1839
MotherFrances SMITH b. about 1775, d. 1831

Biography

James William BROWN was born on 27 April 1808 in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.1

Citations

  1. [S77] England & Wales Christening Records, 1530-1906. Ancestry.co.uk

Last Edited26 September 2011

Frances BROWN1

F, #1719, b. 18 February 1802

Parents

FatherJohn BROWN b. about 1771, d. 9 February 1839
MotherFrances SMITH b. about 1775, d. 1831

Biography

Frances BROWN was born on 18 February 1802 in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.2

Citations

  1. [S7] IGI: International Genealogical Index
  2. [S77] England & Wales Christening Records, 1530-1906. Ancestry.co.uk

Last Edited26 September 2011

Christiana Cossey BROWN

F, #1720, b. 1813, d. 7 February 1886

Parents

FatherJohn BROWN b. about 1771, d. 9 February 1839
MotherFrances SMITH b. about 1775, d. 1831

Biography

Christiana Cossey BROWN was born in 1813 in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.1 She died on 7 February 1886, at age ~73, in Bethlehem Hospital, Surrey.2
Christiana Cossey Brown was unmarried. Her last residence was Wetherden near Haughley, and she was enumerated there in the 1881 census with her unmarried sisters Frances and Emily.

Citations

  1. [S77] England & Wales Christening Records, 1530-1906. Ancestry.co.uk
  2. [S740] Ancestry.com. England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1861-1941 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA

Last Edited24 August 2016

Ann Smith BROWN

F, #1721, b. 6 March 1807

Parents

FatherJohn BROWN b. about 1771, d. 9 February 1839
MotherFrances SMITH b. about 1775, d. 1831

Biography

Ann Smith BROWN was born on 6 March 1807 in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.1

Citations

  1. [S77] England & Wales Christening Records, 1530-1906. Ancestry.co.uk

Last Edited26 September 2011

Charles BROWN

M, #1722, b. 28 July 1811

Parents

FatherJohn BROWN b. about 1771, d. 9 February 1839
MotherFrances SMITH b. about 1775, d. 1831

Biography

Charles BROWN was born on 28 July 1811 in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.1

Citations

  1. [S1325] FreeREG, Index of Baptism, marriage and burial records, online (http://www.freereg.org.uk/)

Last Edited24 August 2016

Rev. Samuel Christmas BROWN

M, #1723, b. about 1819, d. 1891

Parents

FatherJohn BROWN b. about 1771, d. 9 February 1839
MotherFrances SMITH b. about 1775, d. 1831

Biography

Rev. Samuel Christmas Brown
(1819-1891)
(photo courtesy of Barbara Wellington)
Rev. Samuel Christmas BROWN was born about 1819 in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. He married Gertrude Mary Anne SHERER, daughter of Rev. George SHERER and Mary Anne WALLINGER, on 23 September 1852 in Marshfield Church.1 Rev. Samuel Christmas BROWN died in 1891 in Essex.2
Samuel Christmas Brown was ordained a deacon in 1842. He was a curate at Stapenhill, Derbyshire 1842-5, St Clement's, Ipswich 1845-6, Walton-in-Gordano, Somerset 1847-8, Shenfield, Essex 1848-52, Marshfield 1852-8, Gipping and Shelland, Suffolk 1858-70 and finally vicar of Gt Clacton with Little Holland, Essex 1870-91.3

Children with Gertrude Mary Anne SHERER b. about 1829, d. about 1874

SonRev. Moyle Sherer BROWN b. 1854
DaughterEmily Gertrude BROWN b. 1856
SonArnold Wallinger BROWN b. 1857
DaughterFrances Christiana BROWN b. 1859
SonHerbert Samuel BROWN b. 1860
DaughterAgnes Mary BROWN b. 1861
SonCharles Godfrey BROWN b. 1863
DaughterLucy Caroline BROWN b. 1865
DaughterKatharine Emma BROWN b. 1866
SonDuncan Henry BROWN b. 1868
DaughterAnna Harriet BROWN b. 1869
SonGeorge Sherer BROWN b. 1870, d. 1872

Citations

  1. [S1236] Marriage announcement: Brown - Sherer; Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette; Thursday 30 September 1852; pg. 2, “Sept. 23, at Marshfield Church, by the Rev. R. C. Taunton, the Rev. C. Samuel Christmas Brown, late of St. John’s College, Cambridge, to Gertrude Mary Anne, only daughter of the Rev. George Sherer, Vicar of Marshfield.”
  2. [S36] England & Wales FreeBMD (Ancestry.com)
  3. [S271] Ancestry.com. Cambridge University Alumni, 1261-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 1999. Original data: Venn, J. A., comp.. Alumni Cantabrigienses. London, England: Cambridge University Press, 1922-1954.

Last Edited16 May 2012

Gertrude Mary Anne SHERER1

F, #1724, b. about 1829, d. about 1874

Parents

FatherRev. George SHERER b. about 1778, d. 21 March 1858
MotherMary Anne WALLINGER b. about 1796, d. 6 December 1883

Biography

Gertrude Mary Anne SHERER was born about 1829 in Bath, Somerset.2 She married Rev. Samuel Christmas BROWN, son of John BROWN and Frances SMITH, on 23 September 1852 in Marshfield Church.3 Gertrude Mary Anne SHERER died about 1874 in Essex.1
Gertrude Mary Anne Sherer was the only daughter.3

Children with Rev. Samuel Christmas BROWN b. about 1819, d. 1891

SonRev. Moyle Sherer BROWN b. 1854
DaughterEmily Gertrude BROWN b. 1856
SonArnold Wallinger BROWN b. 1857
DaughterFrances Christiana BROWN b. 1859
SonHerbert Samuel BROWN b. 1860
DaughterAgnes Mary BROWN b. 1861
SonCharles Godfrey BROWN b. 1863
DaughterLucy Caroline BROWN b. 1865
DaughterKatharine Emma BROWN b. 1866
SonDuncan Henry BROWN b. 1868
DaughterAnna Harriet BROWN b. 1869
SonGeorge Sherer BROWN b. 1870, d. 1872

Citations

  1. [S36] England & Wales FreeBMD (Ancestry.com)
  2. [S38] England Census
  3. [S1236] Marriage announcement: Brown - Sherer; Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette; Thursday 30 September 1852; pg. 2, “Sept. 23, at Marshfield Church, by the Rev. R. C. Taunton, the Rev. C. Samuel Christmas Brown, late of St. John’s College, Cambridge, to Gertrude Mary Anne, only daughter of the Rev. George Sherer, Vicar of Marshfield.”

Last Edited9 February 2017

Rev. Moyle Sherer BROWN

M, #1725, b. 1854

Parents

FatherRev. Samuel Christmas BROWN b. about 1819, d. 1891
MotherGertrude Mary Anne SHERER b. about 1829, d. about 1874

Biography

Rev. Moyle Sherer BROWN was born in 1854.
Moyle Sherer Brown was ordained a deacon in 1877. He was curate of Holy Trinity, Dover 1877-80 and Penkridge, Staffordshire 1880-2. He became a Roman Catholic in 1882 and was Chaplain to the Little Sisters of the Poor, being known as ‘Father Joseph.’.1

Citations

  1. [S271] Ancestry.com. Cambridge University Alumni, 1261-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 1999. Original data: Venn, J. A., comp.. Alumni Cantabrigienses. London, England: Cambridge University Press, 1922-1954.

Last Edited15 May 2012

Emily Gertrude BROWN

F, #1726, b. 1856

Parents

FatherRev. Samuel Christmas BROWN b. about 1819, d. 1891
MotherGertrude Mary Anne SHERER b. about 1829, d. about 1874

Biography

Emily Gertrude BROWN was born in 1856.


Last Edited13 October 2009

Arnold Wallinger BROWN

M, #1727, b. 1857

Parents

FatherRev. Samuel Christmas BROWN b. about 1819, d. 1891
MotherGertrude Mary Anne SHERER b. about 1829, d. about 1874

Biography

Arnold Wallinger BROWN was born in 1857.


Last Edited13 October 2009

Frances Christiana BROWN

F, #1728, b. 1859

Parents

FatherRev. Samuel Christmas BROWN b. about 1819, d. 1891
MotherGertrude Mary Anne SHERER b. about 1829, d. about 1874

Biography

Frances Christiana BROWN was born in 1859.


Last Edited13 October 2009

Herbert Samuel BROWN

M, #1729, b. 1860

Parents

FatherRev. Samuel Christmas BROWN b. about 1819, d. 1891
MotherGertrude Mary Anne SHERER b. about 1829, d. about 1874

Biography

Herbert Samuel BROWN was born in 1860.


Last Edited13 October 2009

Agnes Mary BROWN

F, #1730, b. 1861

Parents

FatherRev. Samuel Christmas BROWN b. about 1819, d. 1891
MotherGertrude Mary Anne SHERER b. about 1829, d. about 1874

Biography

Agnes Mary BROWN was born in 1861.


Last Edited13 October 2009

Charles Godfrey BROWN

M, #1731, b. 1863

Parents

FatherRev. Samuel Christmas BROWN b. about 1819, d. 1891
MotherGertrude Mary Anne SHERER b. about 1829, d. about 1874

Biography

Charles Godfrey BROWN was born in 1863.


Last Edited13 October 2009

Lucy Caroline BROWN

F, #1732, b. 1865

Parents

FatherRev. Samuel Christmas BROWN b. about 1819, d. 1891
MotherGertrude Mary Anne SHERER b. about 1829, d. about 1874

Biography

Lucy Caroline BROWN was born in 1865.


Last Edited13 October 2009

Katharine Emma BROWN

F, #1733, b. 1866

Parents

FatherRev. Samuel Christmas BROWN b. about 1819, d. 1891
MotherGertrude Mary Anne SHERER b. about 1829, d. about 1874

Biography

Katharine Emma BROWN was born in 1866.


Last Edited13 October 2009

Duncan Henry BROWN

M, #1734, b. 1868

Parents

FatherRev. Samuel Christmas BROWN b. about 1819, d. 1891
MotherGertrude Mary Anne SHERER b. about 1829, d. about 1874

Biography

Duncan Henry BROWN was born in 1868.


Last Edited13 October 2009

George Sherer BROWN

M, #1735, b. 1870, d. 1872

Parents

FatherRev. Samuel Christmas BROWN b. about 1819, d. 1891
MotherGertrude Mary Anne SHERER b. about 1829, d. about 1874

Biography

George Sherer BROWN was born in 1870. He died in 1872, at age ~2.1

Citations

  1. [S36] England & Wales FreeBMD (Ancestry.com)

Last Edited13 October 2009

Emma Eliza BROWN

F, #1736, b. about 1816

Parents

FatherJohn BROWN b. about 1771, d. 9 February 1839
MotherFrances SMITH b. about 1775, d. 1831

Biography

Emma Eliza BROWN was born about 1816 in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.1

Citations

  1. [S38] England Census

Last Edited26 September 2011

Anna Harriet BROWN

F, #1737, b. 1869

Parents

FatherRev. Samuel Christmas BROWN b. about 1819, d. 1891
MotherGertrude Mary Anne SHERER b. about 1829, d. about 1874

Biography

Anna Harriet BROWN was born in 1869.


Last Edited13 October 2009

Philip Berney FICKLIN1

M, #1738, b. 3 October 1849, d. 31 October 1917

Parents

FatherRev. Philip Utton BROWN b. 1 January 1813, d. 1 January 1890
MotherMary Horatio Russell FICKLIN

Biography

Philip Berney FICKLIN was born on 3 October 1849 in Upper Hellesdon.1 He married Janet Margaret Tennent (Rita) MACKINTOSH on 18 July 1888 in St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, Glasgow.1 Philip Berney FICKLIN died on 31 October 1917, at age 68.1 He was buried on 6 November 1917 in St. Peter’s, Crostwick, Norfolk.1
Philip Berney Ficklin assumed the name and arms of Ficklin by Royal Licence dated 28 November 1888, under the will of his great-uncle, Thomas John Ficklin of Linton, co. Cambridge, J.P. and D.L. He was a J.P. for co. Norfolk 1896 and F.S.A. in January 1905; portrait at Tasburgh Hall.1

Children with Janet Margaret Tennent (Rita) MACKINTOSH b. 11 December 1862, d. 23 June 1921

SonPhilip Sydney Berney FICKLIN b. 20 May 1889, d. 26 August 1889
SonHoratio Pettus Mackintosh BERNEY-FICKLIN b. 13 June 1892, d. 17 February 1961
SonAlexander Tennent Mackintosh BERNEY-FICKLIN b. 10 May 1895, d. 1964

Citations

  1. [S654] Visitation of England and Wales, Ed. Frederick Arthur Crisp, Volume 19 (1917) Pages 149 Internet Archive http://www.archive.org/details/visitationofengl19howa accessed Oct 2009

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Crisp Berney BROWN1

M, #1739, b. 21 March 1851, d. 20 March 1925

Parents

FatherRev. Philip Utton BROWN b. 1 January 1813, d. 1 January 1890
MotherMary Horatio Russell FICKLIN

Biography

Crisp Berney BROWN was born on 21 March 1851 in Upper Hellesdon.1 He died on 20 March 1925, at age 73.2

Citations

  1. [S654] Visitation of England and Wales, Ed. Frederick Arthur Crisp, Volume 19 (1917) Pages 149 Internet Archive http://www.archive.org/details/visitationofengl19howa accessed Oct 2009
  2. [S740] Ancestry.com. England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1861-1941 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA

Last Edited16 January 2012

Janet Margaret Tennent (Rita) MACKINTOSH

F, #1740, b. 11 December 1862, d. 23 June 1921

Biography

Janet Margaret Tennent (Rita) MACKINTOSH was born on 11 December 1862 in Gartnowal House. She married Philip Berney FICKLIN, son of Rev. Philip Utton BROWN and Mary Horatio Russell FICKLIN, on 18 July 1888 in St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, Glasgow.1 Janet Margaret Tennent (Rita) MACKINTOSH died on 23 June 1921, at age 58, in London.2
Rita was the only child of Alexander Mackintosh, M.D., of Woodside Place, Glasgow, by Janet his 2nd wife, daughter of John Tennent of Croftfoot, co. Lanark; portrait at Tasburgh Hall.

Children with Philip Berney FICKLIN b. 3 October 1849, d. 31 October 1917

SonPhilip Sydney Berney FICKLIN b. 20 May 1889, d. 26 August 1889
SonHoratio Pettus Mackintosh BERNEY-FICKLIN b. 13 June 1892, d. 17 February 1961
SonAlexander Tennent Mackintosh BERNEY-FICKLIN b. 10 May 1895, d. 1964

Citations

  1. [S654] Visitation of England and Wales, Ed. Frederick Arthur Crisp, Volume 19 (1917) Pages 149 Internet Archive http://www.archive.org/details/visitationofengl19howa accessed Oct 2009
  2. [S659] Death announcement: Janet Margaret Tennent (Rita), The Times, Monday, Jun 27, 1921; pg. 1; Issue 42757; col A

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Philip Sydney Berney FICKLIN

M, #1741, b. 20 May 1889, d. 26 August 1889

Parents

FatherPhilip Berney FICKLIN b. 3 October 1849, d. 31 October 1917
MotherJanet Margaret Tennent (Rita) MACKINTOSH b. 11 December 1862, d. 23 June 1921

Biography

Philip Sydney Berney FICKLIN was born on 20 May 1889 in Hellesdon Lodge, Norfolk. He died on 26 August 1889, at age 0, in Hellesdon Lodge, Norfolk.


Last Edited13 October 2009

Horatio Pettus Mackintosh BERNEY-FICKLIN

M, #1742, b. 13 June 1892, d. 17 February 1961

Parents

FatherPhilip Berney FICKLIN b. 3 October 1849, d. 31 October 1917
MotherJanet Margaret Tennent (Rita) MACKINTOSH b. 11 December 1862, d. 23 June 1921

Biography

Horatio Pettus Mackintosh BERNEY-FICKLIN was born on 13 June 1892 in Henrietta Street, Cavendish Square, London. He married Audrey Brenda Knyvet WILSON on 9 July 1917 in St. Peter Mancroft, Norwich.1 Horatio Pettus Mackintosh BERNEY-FICKLIN married in 1936.2 He died on 17 February 1961, at age 68.
Horatio Pettus Mackintosh Berney Ficklin was educated at Rugby and at Jesus College, Cambridge, matriculated in 1911; gazetted to the 1st Battalion Norfolk Regiment 9 June 1914, Lieutenant 5 March 1915, temporary Major 8th Battalion 1 July 1916; appointed Brigade-Major to 152nd Infantry Brigade in July 1917 ; serving in France from 1915 (awarded Military Cross 3 June 1916, and the Croix de Chevalier of the Legion of Honour in February 1917). In the last year of the war was taken prisoner. On his release he went to Russia as a liaison officer at G.H.Q. and was again wounded. He retired in 1926 but later returned to the service, transferred to The Highland Light Infantry, and in December 1936, was chosen to command the 2nd Battalion of the regiment. He was on active service in Palestine from 1936 to 1939 and served throughout the Second World War, being made C.B. in 1941 He was President of the Court at the Belsen trial in 1945.1,3

Citations

  1. [S654] Visitation of England and Wales, Ed. Frederick Arthur Crisp, Volume 19 (1917) Pages 149 Internet Archive http://www.archive.org/details/visitationofengl19howa accessed Oct 2009
  2. [S36] England & Wales FreeBMD (Ancestry.com)
  3. [S661] Obituary: Maj.-Gen. H. P. M. Berney-Ficklin, The Times, Tuesday, Feb 21, 1961; pg. 13; Issue 55011; col B

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Audrey Brenda Knyvet WILSON

F, #1743, b. 22 August 1894

Biography

Audrey Brenda Knyvet WILSON was born on 22 August 1894 in 12 Victoria Square, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. She married. She married Horatio Pettus Mackintosh BERNEY-FICKLIN, son of Philip Berney FICKLIN and Janet Margaret Tennent (Rita) MACKINTOSH, on 9 July 1917 in St. Peter Mancroft, Norwich.1
Audrey Brenda Knyvet was the younger daughter of Brereton Knyvet Wilson of St. Leonard's Priory, Norwich, Lieutenant Motor Transport, Army Service Corps, by Gertrude Brenda his wife, daughter of James Henry Brooke Christie of Framingham Manor, co. Norfolk.

Citations

  1. [S654] Visitation of England and Wales, Ed. Frederick Arthur Crisp, Volume 19 (1917) Pages 149 Internet Archive http://www.archive.org/details/visitationofengl19howa accessed Oct 2009

Last Edited13 October 2009

Alexander Tennent Mackintosh BERNEY-FICKLIN

M, #1744, b. 10 May 1895, d. 1964

Parents

FatherPhilip Berney FICKLIN b. 3 October 1849, d. 31 October 1917
MotherJanet Margaret Tennent (Rita) MACKINTOSH b. 11 December 1862, d. 23 June 1921

Biography

Alexander Tennent Mackintosh BERNEY-FICKLIN was born on 10 May 1895 in 15 Old Quebec Street, Hyde Park, London. He married on 31 March 1921 in Edgbaston Church, Warwickshire.1 He died in 1964, at age ~69.2
Alexander Tennent Mackintosh Berney Ficklin was educated at Rugby; gazetted to the 8th Battalion Norfolk Regiment 14 September 1914, appointed Staff-Captain to the 53rd Infantry Brigade January 1915, promoted Lieutenant 8th Norfolk Regiment March 1915, and Captain and Adjutant 2 July 1916; serving in France since July 1915 (awarded Military Cross 1 January 1917).

Child

DaughterGillian Rachel BERNEY-FICKLIN b. 2 July 1928, d. 23 July 1949

Citations

  1. [S658] Marriage announcement: Berney-Ficklin - Jolly, The Times, Saturday, Apr 02, 1921; pg. 1; Issue 42684; col A
  2. [S663] Graeme Wall, Descendants of Archibald Kenrick (Nov 1760 - 26 Oct 1835) URL:http://www.greywall.demon.co.uk/genealogy/WynnHall/archy.html. Accessed: 2012-04-24. (Archived by WebCite® at http://www.webcitation.org/67APVtnlF)

Last Edited13 October 2009

Horatio Pettus FICKLIN

M, #1745, b. 21 June 1798, d. 24 May 1843

Biography

Horatio Pettus FICKLIN was born on 21 June 1798. He married Mary Russell BERNEY on 21 June 1820.1 Horatio Pettus FICKLIN died on 24 May 1843, at age 44. He was buried in Norwood Cemetery, Surrey.

Children with Mary Russell BERNEY b. 27 February 1797, d. 23 April 1844

DaughterMary Horatio Russell FICKLIN
SonRobert Berney FICKLIN b. 17 December 1824, d. 26 November 1854

Citations

  1. [S654] Visitation of England and Wales, Ed. Frederick Arthur Crisp, Volume 19 (1917) Pages 149 Internet Archive http://www.archive.org/details/visitationofengl19howa accessed Oct 2009

Last Edited13 October 2009

Mary Russell BERNEY

F, #1746, b. 27 February 1797, d. 23 April 1844

Biography

Mary Russell BERNEY was born on 27 February 1797. She married Horatio Pettus FICKLIN on 21 June 1820.1 Mary Russell BERNEY died on 23 April 1844, at age 47.

Children with Horatio Pettus FICKLIN b. 21 June 1798, d. 24 May 1843

DaughterMary Horatio Russell FICKLIN
SonRobert Berney FICKLIN b. 17 December 1824, d. 26 November 1854

Citations

  1. [S654] Visitation of England and Wales, Ed. Frederick Arthur Crisp, Volume 19 (1917) Pages 149 Internet Archive http://www.archive.org/details/visitationofengl19howa accessed Oct 2009

Last Edited13 October 2009

Robert Berney FICKLIN

M, #1747, b. 17 December 1824, d. 26 November 1854

Parents

FatherHoratio Pettus FICKLIN b. 21 June 1798, d. 24 May 1843
MotherMary Russell BERNEY b. 27 February 1797, d. 23 April 1844

Biography

Robert Berney FICKLIN was born on 17 December 1824. He married Eliza DAVENEY on 3 May 1849.1 Robert Berney FICKLIN died on 26 November 1854, at age 29.

Child with Eliza DAVENEY b. 23 June 1826, d. 14 July 1917

SonTom Berney FICKLIN b. 15 November 1851, d. 17 February 1874

Citations

  1. [S654] Visitation of England and Wales, Ed. Frederick Arthur Crisp, Volume 19 (1917) Pages 149 Internet Archive http://www.archive.org/details/visitationofengl19howa accessed Oct 2009

Last Edited13 October 2009

Eliza DAVENEY

F, #1748, b. 23 June 1826, d. 14 July 1917

Biography

Eliza DAVENEY was born on 23 June 1826. She married Robert Berney FICKLIN, son of Horatio Pettus FICKLIN and Mary Russell BERNEY, on 3 May 1849.1 Eliza DAVENEY died on 14 July 1917, at age 91.

Child with Robert Berney FICKLIN b. 17 December 1824, d. 26 November 1854

SonTom Berney FICKLIN b. 15 November 1851, d. 17 February 1874

Citations

  1. [S654] Visitation of England and Wales, Ed. Frederick Arthur Crisp, Volume 19 (1917) Pages 149 Internet Archive http://www.archive.org/details/visitationofengl19howa accessed Oct 2009

Last Edited13 October 2009

Tom Berney FICKLIN1

M, #1749, b. 15 November 1851, d. 17 February 1874

Parents

FatherRobert Berney FICKLIN b. 17 December 1824, d. 26 November 1854
MotherEliza DAVENEY b. 23 June 1826, d. 14 July 1917

Biography

Tom Berney FICKLIN was born on 15 November 1851 in Niagara, Canada. He died on 17 February 1874, at age 22. He was buried in Cape Coast Castle, South Africa.
Tom Berney Ficklin served in the Ashanti War and died on active service; memorial window in Colton Church.

Citations

  1. [S654] Visitation of England and Wales, Ed. Frederick Arthur Crisp, Volume 19 (1917) Pages 149 Internet Archive http://www.archive.org/details/visitationofengl19howa accessed Oct 2009

Last Edited13 October 2009