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Family of Charles Pembroke and Mary Anne Smyth

Husband: Charles Pembroke (1793-1828)
Wife: Mary Anne Smyth ( - )
Children: Mary Anne Pembroke (1819-aft1881)
Charles John Pembroke (1825-1855)
Marriage 22 Sep 1818 St Margaret & St Swithin, Norwich, Norfolk

Husband: Charles Pembroke

Name: Charles Pembroke
Sex: Male
Father: Charles Pembroke (1757-1802)
Mother: Susanna Pembroke (1758-1846)
Birth 6 Mar 1793 Chertsey, Surrey
Baptism 8 Apr 1793 (age 0) Chertsey, Surrey
Will 4 Apr 1802 (age 9) Mentioned in father's will
Occupation 13 May 1825 (age 32) Clergyman, Chertsey (son Charles's baptism)
Death 17 Jun 1828 (age 35) Chertsey, Surrey
Burial 26 Jun 1828 St Peter, Chertsey (aged 33)

Wife: Mary Anne Smyth

Name: Mary Anne Smyth
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -

Child 1: Mary Anne Pembroke

Name: Mary Anne Pembroke
Sex: Female
Spouse: Richard Hodson (c. 1820-1881)
Birth 6 Jul 1819 Chertsey, Surrey
Baptism 17 Jul 1819 (age 0) St Peter, Chertsey, Surrey
Census 1841 (age 21-22) Living with grandmother, Susanna Pembroke
Will 11 Dec 1845 (age 26) Mentioned in will of grandmother, Susanna Pembroke
Census 1851 (age 31-32) Wife in household
Census 1861 (age 41-42) Wife in household
Death aft 1881 (age 61-62)

Child 2: Charles John Pembroke

Name: Charles John Pembroke
Sex: Male
Spouse: Selina Smith (c. 1824-1864)
Birth 7 Apr 1825 Chertsey, Surrey
Baptism 13 May 1825 (age 0) St Peter, Chertsey, Surrey
Will 11 Dec 1845 (age 20) Mentioned in will of grandmother, Susanna Pembroke
Residence 1853 (age 27-28) 22 High Street, Brompton, Middlesex (copyhold house & garden, Windsor Street, Chertsey, in occupation of Mrs. Taylor), Elect Reg
Will 16 May 1855 (age 30) Date of will (see notes)
Death fact 1855 (age 29-30) 1855 Sep Q, Westminster, 1a/168 (aged 30)
Death 1855 (age 29-30) Brompton, Middlesex
Probate 29 Aug 1855 Probate to Selina Pembroke, widow

Note on Husband: Charles Pembroke

In Memory of the Reverend CHARLES PEMBROKE eleven years Curate of this Parish who departed this life the 17th of June 1828, aged 35 years. His last illness, which was one of extreme suffering was borne by him with that entire submission to the Divine Will, and humble reliance on the merits and mediation of his Redeemer which as a Christian Pastor he constantly inculcated on his flock.

The Lord is good, a strong hold in the day of trouble; and he knows them that trust in him. Nahum 1:7.

Grave inscription, St Peter, Chertsey.