Person    | Female  Born 1845  Died 6/12/1923

Jeannette Elizabeth Crossthwaite

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Jeannette Elizabeth Crossthwaite

Our colleague Andrew Behan provides the following: Born Addiscombe, Surrey, the daughter of John Thomas and Anne Crossthwaite. Her father was a General Merchant. She was baptised on the 24th December 1845 at St John the Baptist Church, Croydon. The March 1851 census shows the family living in Addiscombe Road, Croydon. By April 1861 she was living with her widowed mother at 34 Woburn Square, Bloomsbury and her mother was shown on the census as a Proprietor of a Sanatorium. The April 1871 census shows them both living at 106 Brecknock Road. She died, a spinster and had been living at 51 St. Charles Square, Notting Hill. Her estate amounted to £39,960 16s.8d.

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Jeannette Elizabeth Crossthwaite

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