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He already had two children: Henry Edward Kendall junior 17 and Sophia Ann e and Henry's son, Charles Kendallwas born in He had previously worked for the Barrack Department of the War Office.
He was about 47 years old, and held the post of District Surveyor for over 50 years. Her head hung down, and her long hair in stooping Conceal'd her features better than a veil; And one hand o'er the ottoman lay drooping, White, waxen, and as alabaster pale: Would that I were a painter!
Byron, 6th Canto of Don Juan 5. Henry Mew, son of Henry and Annand a paternal uncle of Charlotte, born. In aged 15 he was with a group of men in St James, Westminster I do not think it is a school being looked after by mainly female servants.
In he is shown as "Wine Merchant" living with his parents at the Bugle Inn. He married Mary Toward in He was the mayor of Newport three times: They were designed by Henry Edward Kendall senior.
The life story of the real Elizabeth Goodman, traced through the censuses, is very close to that of the Old Servant described by Charlotte. It could be a village outside Barton in the Yorkshire Wolds. Charlotte wrote that it as a village none of the Mew children ever saw, but "all the ways of which we knew so well by hearsay".
The census descriptions show the Goodman's district from as mixed farms, brickworks and potteries. Their street, "Newport", appears to have been on the edge of Barton in an area that was being absorbed - The "new road" Queen Street was opened "in It cuts across the former gardens of the great house which stood on the site of the present police station.
Elizabeth's mother, also Elizabeth Goodman, was born at Horkstow in Lincolnshire about She was a widow by In the census she is shown as a "farmer's widow". Living with her in were William Goodman, age 20, an agricultural labourer, and our Elizabeth, age 16, shown as a female servant.
By inference from Charlotte Mew's story, Elizabeth came to London in20 years old, and became a servant in the Kendall grandparent's house. In the census she is shown 26 as the children's nurse.
The Kendall household had high care needs. There were three nurses in There was no live-in governess. By Elizabeth had returned to her mother's residence in Barton. Her profession as "quilter" suggests this is more than a visit.
Perhaps she stayed with her mother until her death in \ Analysing the two poems. Analysing the two poems building on to the image inside the readers head with thoughts of what a Caribbean island would be like.
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