Here are some extracts from Robert Stodart Wyld's Memoirs, which I have not yet had time to convert into text. They are from a typewritten copy of the original.
William Brown died in late 1871. His wife died 10th March 1874. Death record could be BROWN, William, age 55, Kensington 1a 61. His wife, Charlotte Isabella Brown died 10th March 1874. Made will in 1873.
I obtained the following extracts from The Law Times Reports: Containing All the Cases Argued and Determined in the House of Lords, [etc.]; Together with a Selection of Cases of Universal Application Decided in the Superior Courts in Ireland and in Scotland Published by Law Times Office, 1881 - Page 16 Law reports, digests, etc - 1881:
William Brown, late of Bayswater, by his will dated the 19th Oct. 1871, he appointed his wife Charlotte Isabella Brown, and Thomas Brown, and Edward Wyld his executors, and appointed his wife sole guardian of his ... bequests to his son Charles Atherton Brown, and his daughter Constance Brown ... By his will he bequeathed to each of his daughters, Sabina, Henrietta, Caroline and Charlotte Emelina, upon her attaining the ...
William Brown and Charlotte Isabella Atherton were married in Chippenham, Wiltshire in 1847 (Indexed: March 1847 Chippenham 8 431). Charlotte was the daughter of Nathan Atherton and was born in Wiltshire around 1825. The children of William Brown and Charlotte Isabella Atherton were:
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