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Charlotte Haggar was born in Norton, Hertfordshire. Her parents were William Haggar (1793-1860) and his wife Elizabeth Chalkley (1788-1852). Charlotte was christened on 7 July 1822 in Norton. She fourth of seven children. Her older siblings were Judy, George, and Frederick, and her younger siblings were William, Alfred and Mary Ann. Charlotte died aged eighty-three in the June quarter of 1905, in Lambeth, Surrey.
Marriage & Children
Charlotte married Charles Crawley in the March quarter of 1844, aged twenty-one. Her husband was Charles Crawley (1821 - 1908). The couple had two known children:
- George Thomas Crawley (circa 1858 - after 1901)
- Frederick H. Crawley (circa 1860 - after 1881)
George Thomas married Elizabeth Ada Wiltsher in 1884.
|Offspring of Charlotte Haggar and Charles Crawley (1821-1908)|
|William Wittocks Crawley (1856-1925)||1856 Islington, London, England, United Kingdom||1925 Lambeth, Surrey, England, United Kingdom|| Sarah Carroll (c1857-)|
|George Thomas Crawley (1858-1917)|| |
|Frederick Hagger Crawley (1860-1955)||1860 Greenwich, London, England, United Kingdom||1955 Rochford, Essex, England, United Kingdom|| Ellen Lambert (c1861-)|
|Louisa Crawley (c1864-)|
Charlotte appeared in the 1881 census, living at 8 Farnham Royal, Lambeth, Surrey, with her husband, Charles, a carpenter, and her two sons, George, a cellar man, and Frederick, a printer. Also residing at 8 Farnham Royal was John Luttman, born circa 1851, a gas works loader, and his wife Martha Luttman, born circa 1852. Living next door at 9 Farnham Royal was James Wheal, born circa 1840, a furrier, his wife Ann born circa 1840, and their children: Annie (c.1872), William (c.1875), Jane (c.1877), Helen (circa 1879) and Rosetta (1880). Next door to the Crawley's on the other side, 7 Farnham Royal was also occupied by two families: the first, Anna Ash, born circa 1848, a milliner, and her children: Florence (c. 1874) and Fred (c.1876). The second family was Alfred Everett, born circa 1847, a carpenter, his wife Ellen, born circa 1849, and their children: Ada (c.1873), Edith (c.1875), Fred (c.1879) and Alfred (1880).