Francis   Browne
1674-1753 Will
  Edward   Harford   Roger   Bullock   Thomas   Myles                
m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m.
Mary   Bullman   Grace   Browne
1677- of Hullington
Hannah   Hawkins info fr. Warwick Sheffield 2007        

Francis   Browne
b. 1707
d. 1788 Will PCC Calvert 339. Or b.1706.
m. Mary   Harford
d. 1769
John   Bullock
b. 1714
d. 1 JAN 1774 Will PCC Bargrave 4
m. Hannah   Myles
b. ABT 1717
d. 25 AUG 1805 Will PCC Nelson 630
  m.     m.  
Francis   Browne
b. 1736
d. 14 DEC 1789 Bristol Served in Ireland and N. Ammerica during War of Independence and ensuing war with France. Left a journal, seen by Mem but now lost. Buried St Michael, Bristol. Admon. PCC 1790
m. Hannah Myles   Bullock
b. 5 JUL 1741 London
Peter   Boetefeur of Hampstead m. Sarah   Daniel
b. SEP 1749 Christening cup came through her - dated 1723-24, it might have been made for her mother's christening.
wife &

Hannah Myles 1765-1840
Richard Veal 1773-1807
William Browne
b. 12 JAN 1775
d. 21 JAN 1842 Kingston
Lieut. Royal Marines buried Kingston Church. Said to have 5 sons & 3 dau. Groomy's recollections say her great grandfather was 'John Browne' who was in the navy and died ca. 1826. Possibly Groomy's grandfather Edward and his elder brother John were adopted?
G5, ID=313
Sarah Boetefeur
b. 12 JAN 1772 Hampstead
d. 18 DEC 1844 Camberwell
Buried St Giles, Camberwell. Minature annotated 'Issue - 5 sons 3 daughters'.
G5, ID=314
Eliza mentioned in Groomy's recollections. Passed the Queen Anne christening cup onto Groomy's mother - it had been passed from one Eliza Browne to another for 7 generations.
b. ABT 1800
d. ABT 1835

Augustin Francis Bullock Creuze
b. 1800
d. 23 NOV 1852 later Principal Surveyor to Lloyds Register and founder of Lloyd's library. Elected FRS in 1842. Author: coeditor of 'Papers on Naval Architecture (4 vols, London 1826, 1828, 1830, 1832-65). Buried Norwood Cem.
Mary Ann
b. ABT 1802

Augustin Francis Bullock Creuze
b. 1800
d. 23 NOV 1852 later Principal Surveyor to Lloyds Register and founder of Lloyd's library. Elected FRS in 1842. Author: coeditor of 'Papers on Naval Architecture (4 vols, London 1826, 1828, 1830, 1832-65). Buried Norwood Cem.
b. 1805 Kingston
d. 1850 Camberwell Kingston baptismal register. Bur. in St Giles, Camberwell.
b. 29 NOV 1806 Kingston baptismal register 27/12/1806. Worked for Messrs. Thornton, West India merchants as the right hand of the head of the firm, Mr. Richard Thornton, a man of great wealth and of considerable notoriety in the city.
Sophia Ann Stahlschmidt
b. 6 MAY 1818
d. NOV 1911 info fr. Victoria via GenesReunited 20/6/08 eldest child (of 13) of Friedrich Ludwig Christoph Stahlschmidt (b. Hanover 22 July 1792, emigrated to England 16/7/1813, d. at 2 Haymarket 28 June 1855) and his wife (and 1st cousin) Sophia Stahlschm
b. 1810
d. 1878 Started firm of Carey & Browne in 36? Mincing Lane, ca. 1834. Children and their order from Mem (from memory) . Groomy said 9 children, 7 of them married with children. of No 1 Sussex Place, Old Kent Road, Camberwell, Surrey (info from Ron Fortuna 27/10/07) . Lived Denmark Hill, then for ca 20 yrs from ca. 1853 at Oak Hill, Surbiton. 1875 lived on/off Kingston Hill - his will says Devonshire Lodge, Coombe Warren, Kingston.
Margaret Ann Russ Pugh
b. 1809
d. 1893 Moved to 4 Wetherby Gardens, London after her husband died. Bur. Norbiton Cemetery. Info on parents from Ron Fortuna

  Augustin William MAY 1829- alive in 1852
Sarah Myles JUL 1830-BEF 1840
Mary Ann JAN 1841-28 SEP 1872 bur. Norwood Cem.
Francis Julia OCT 1844-25 FEB 1848 bur. Norwood Cem.
William Augustin 6 MAR 1847-8 JAN 1850 d. of scarlet fever. bur. Norwood Cem.
Sarah Ann 1848-1891 d. suddenly of an embolism. Last of the Creuze family.
  Alice 1843-
Sophia Eliza 1845-
Sarah Ellen 1847-
John 1849- Lived at Chertsey House, Park Hill Rise, Croydon in 1890's when he corresponded with J.A.Sheffield re Sarah Ann Creuze Trust. Possibly an executor for Francis A. Browne's will. Probably it was he who
Louisa 1850-
Florence A. ABT 1852- 1881 census: Streatham age 29
Frank ABT 1854-
George ABT 1856-
Frederick ABT 1858-
Edward ABT 1835- 'Uncle Ted' 6' 5in tall, reddish hair. Lived in Surbiton, built Albury House on Surbiton Hill Road.. Died in a cab visiting his brother & sister (the General & Janet) in Barkston Mansions, Sth. Keni
Margaret ABT 1837-ABT 1893 'Aunt Minnie', lived in Surbiton & then Beckenham (garden backed onto the Cricket ground).
Francis Augustin (Frank) 23 JUN 1839-16 MAR 1911 In business with Frederick Carey, taking over from his father (see Times 4 Jan 1881) of Lawn Bank, Cromwell Road, Teddington (1891). Groomy's godfather.
James ABT 1841-ABT 1921 'Uncle Jim'. 'The General'?. Lived in Wetherby Gardens. In love with Marion Luck (nee Bouch) for ~30 yrs. After she died he lived for 6-7 yrs with his sister Janet until she died.
Janet ABT 1842-ABT 1912 'Aunt Jenty' looked after her mother. Groomy's godmother.
Mary Anne ABT 1845- went to Australia in ca. 1863 for 4 yrs. Met Arthur Ellis on her return voyage. Lived in South Hill Park, between Bromley and Shortlands also a holiday house at SeaView
Amy ABT 1846-
Eliza 1848-FEB 1897 'Bunny'. Invalid from 1889. Bur. at west end of St Mark's Church, St. Mark's Hill, Surbiton.
Amy 1849- Lived 1887 in Gledhow Gardens, Sth. Kensington then Ascot. After husband's death went to France with Trixie.
Robert ABT 1852- 'Uncle Bob' red-haired. Went into the family business. Lived on the outskirts of Wimbledon.
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