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Charlotte Mary Harley (1801-1880)

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Charlotte Mary Harley was born 12 December 1801 in Marylebone, Greater London, England, United Kingdom to Edward Harley, 5th Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer (1773-1848) and Jane Elizabeth Scott (1774-1824) and died 9 March 1880 in Stanhope-place, Hyde Park, Westminster, Greater London, England, United Kingdom of unspecified causes. She married Anthony Bacon (1796-1864) 4 March 1823 in Paris, France.

She stayed with relatives in South Australia between 1869 and 1874, and Charlotte Waters, Northern Territory was named in her honour by R. R. Knuckey and G. R. McMinn in 1871.

Children


Offspring of Anthony Bacon and Charlotte Mary Harley (1801-1880)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Anna Georgiana Bacon (c1826-)
Catherine Mary Bacon (c1828-)
Harley Greville Bacon (1832-)
Nora Creina Bacon (1835-)
Margaret Florence Bacon (1836-)
Blanche Luz Bacon (c1840-)
Anthony Harley Bacon (c1845-1900) 1845 Surrey, England, United Kingdom 20 January 1900 Henrietta Selina Gresley (1851-1932)






Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
₪ Wedding
  • "England and Wales Non-Conformist Record Indexes (RG4-8), 1588-1977," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FWF6-G4J : 11 December 2014), Charlotte Mary Harley, 04 Mar 1823, Marriage; citing p. 50, Paris, France, record group RG33, Public Record Office, London.
¶ Death
  • BACON.—On the 9th March, at her residence, Stanhope-place, Hyde Park, London, in the 80th year of her age, Lady Charlotte Mary Bacon, third-daughter of 6th Earl of Oxford and Mortimer, and wife of the late General Bacon, commander of the English forces in the Portuguese war.
The Express And Telegraph, 5 May 1880, page 2 (SECOND EDITION.)



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