Charlotte Robinson1

#74, b. 1820, d. 10 May 1867

Individual's Timeline

Birth1820Charlotte Robinson1
Marriage20 December 1857Charlotte Robinson1,2
Death10 May 1867Charlotte Beales2

Primary events

  • Birth: Charlotte Robinson was born in 1820 in Wrentham, Suffolk, England.1
  • Marriage: She married Archer Christopher Beales, son of Archer Beales and Sarah Bullen, on Sunday, 20 December 1857 in Oulton Broad, Suffolk, England, when they were 36 years ~&~ 37 years old. Certificate reads Archer BEALES aged 37 widower labourer of Oulton and Charlotte ROBINSON aged 37 spinster of Oulton married after banns in the established church on 20th December 1857. Archer's father was Archer and Charlotte's was John ROBINSON both labourers. Witnesses were Emily JARMEY, James WRIGHT. I think the ceremony was performed by Hunter Frances FELL but this may have just been a third witness. Both the bride and the groom signed with a 'mark'.1,2
  • Death: Charlotte died on 10 May 1867 in Oulton, Suffolk, England, Certificate reads 10th May 1867, Charlotte BEALES female aged 47 years wife of Archer BEALES. Cause of death was Diptheria and natural causes (certified). Archer BEALES was present at her death in Oulten and he made his mark in the register. (Aged 47 years, worked back from recorded birth date).2
  • Burial: She was buried on 15 May 1867 in St Michael's Churchyard, Oulton, Suffolk, England.3

Secondary circumstances

  • Married Name: Her married name was Beales.1

Census details

  • In 1851 in Broome Charlotte Robinson was included in the household of Hunting JOLLYE a curate and his wife and 9 children. Charlotte was one of 5 servants.
  • In the census taken on the night of 7th April 1861, Charlotte was the wife of the head of the household, Archer Christopher Beales. The address was Oulton, Suffolk, England. The 3 boys are Archer's and the girl is Charlotte's, all from previous marriages. Their children (Archer), Eligar, Charles and Maria were living with them.
Some aspects of Charlotte Robinson's life. Whe she married Archer, Charlotte became the step-mother to 3 boys aged 9, 7 and 4. She also had an illegitimate girl of her own aged 3. All these children were with the couple for the 1861 census.
* Charlotte died leaving her 3 step-sons and her illegitimate daughter with Archer. The children were in their teens. Archer remarried within the year.


Charlotte Beales's headstone in the St Michael's Church reads ~~ Sacred to the memory of Charlotte Beales the beloved wife of Archer Beales who died 10th May 1867, aged 46.

Child of Charlotte Robinson

Family of Charlotte Robinson and Archer Christopher Beales


  1. Letter, Shelly to Shirley Elrick, 2001.
  2. Copies of original certificates and docs.
  3. Burials in Britain, DB - National Burial Index (Britain), on CD at home.