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Augusta de Capell Brooke

 

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   6337 1.0 Augusta de Capell Brookefemale
Censuses before 1871 add 8 years to her age
17919 Father: Richard Brooke de Capell Brooke

Birth: about 1804, at Oakley, NorthamptonshireCensus
Death: 19 Nov 1891, at Desborough, age: 89yMercury

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Census Details: at Desborough in 1881 1891 -:-

1851 At at Glendon Hall, Glendon, Northamptonshire. Widow. Lady, head of household. 2 sons, 7 servants, various visitors present. Census

1861 At at Glendon Hall, Glendon, Northamptonshire. Widow. Living with son Richard (landed proprietor), his wife and sisters. Census

1871 At at Glendon, Northamptonshire. Widow. Living with son Richard and his family. Census

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Married: John Booth  at Oakley, Northamptonshire 14 Oct 1835Mercury

   176702.1 [male] Boothmale
Birth: 25 Nov 1836, at Glendon Hall, Glendon, NorthamptonshireMercury

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   63382.2 Charles Boothmale
There is a Baron George Booth with Augusta at Glendon Hall in 1851 (b.1847), and at Bromsgrove Grammar School in 1861 (b.1845)
Birth: about 1851, at Kettering, NorthamptonshireCensus

 


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