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Frederick Charrington
(1817-1873)
Louisa Elizabeth Griffiths
(1822-1881)
John Douglas Charrington
(1852-)
Mary
(1850-)
Ernest Charles Charrington
(1877-1928)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Mildred

Ernest Charles Charrington

  • Born: q3 1877, Ham, Surrey
  • Marriage: Mildred
  • Died: 18 Aug 1928 aged 51

  Notes:

Found birth record; Ernest Charles, Q3 1877, Middx.

1881 Census; Living as son (aged 3) at St Aubyns (or similar), Ham, Surrey with parents, 2 brothers, dau and 6 servants.

1891 Census; Living as son (aged 15?) at Fernside, Princes Road, Wandsworth, London with parents, 4 brothers and 3 sisters and 9 servants. PoB Kingston Hill, Surrey

1901 ; quick look couldnt find.

Married Q1 1902 Kensington to Mildred Bigland or Helena Georgina Rutherford.

Mrs.Ernest Charrington once owned 'Portrait of a Girl (Sophie Gray) by Sir John Millais.

Provenance for Dante Gabriel Rossetti's 'Beatrice meeting Dante at a marriage feast, denies him her salutation ';Hirschl & Adler, New York (United States of America), pre 01 Dec 2003, New York/New York/United States of America, Purchased by the AGNSW from Hirschl & Adler 2003
Private Collection, post 08 Jun 1999, Purchased Sotheby's London, 8 June 1999, lot no. 21 (221,500)
Mrs David Sells (England), pre 08 Jun 1999, England, by descent, later Lady Sells. Sold Sotheby's London, 8 June 1999, lot no. 21
Mr and Mrs Cecil Charrington (England), England, by descent
Mrs Ernest Charrington (England), England, later Mrs Hadley, daughter of Henry Tanworth Wells
Henry Tanworth Wells RA (England, b.1828, d.1903), England, by descent to his daughter Mrs Ernest Charrington "
Which would imply that Ernest wife was Ms.Wells, although;
(Millais Alice Gray); "The head of Alice descended to Joanna Boyce's daughter, Mrs Arthur Street, while that of Sophie appeared at G.P. Boyce's sale in 1897 and was bought in by his daughter Mrs Ernest Charrington, later Mrs Wilfrid Hadley. The cousins each lent them to an exhibition at the Tate Gallery in 1923, which was the last occasion on which either picture was recorded." which would imply she was Ms Boyce !

http://www.leigh-surrey.org.uk/about/history/history_mynthurst.htm;
"In 1892 Henry Ray Freshfield's son Douglas, together with the patriarch's grandsons, William Dawes Freshfield and Edwin Freshfield, sold the entire property to Ernest Charrington for 170."

National Archives, 6 Feb 1913.; Copy settlement by Ernest Charles Charrington of the Anchor Brewery, Mile End, a Director of Charrington and Company Limited, the said E. C. Charrington, his wife Mildred Charrington and Richard Reid of 24, St. Mary Axe in the City of London, corn factor; of 750 preference shares in Charrington and Co. Ltd.;

National Archives; Voluntary settlement by Ernest Charles Charrington of the Anchor Brewery and a Second Lieutenant in His Majesty's Army, on active service, to Ernest Herbert Eldridge of 10, Great James Street, Bedford Row, solicitor P/LON/2 1917; 1948 Contents: Of 250 ordinary shares in Charrington and Co. Ltd.; 31 Jul 1917; to which is attached a notice dated 21 Feb 1948 to Ernest Vintner and Mrs Eva Caroline Eldridge, the present Trustees of the above voluntary settlement from Wordsworth and Co. solicitors, re a mortgage between Katharine Elizabeth long and Reginald Ernest Charrington dated 31 Dec 1948.

National Archives; 1924; Divorce Court File: 5795. Appellant: Ernest Charles Charrington. Respondent: Mildred Charrington. Co-respondent: Richard J Harrison. Type: Husband's petition for divorce.

London Gazette; 26 Oct 1928; Ernest Charles Charrington, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that all creditors etc etc of Ernest Charles Charrington, late of 41 Cornwall Gardens, Kensington, formerly a director of Charrington & Co Ltd, Brewers, who died on the 18th Day of August 1928 etc etc Will proved by Ernest Herbert Charrington, the public trustee and Reginal Ernest Charrington, son of the deceased etc.


Ernest married Mildred.




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