Eliza Charlotte CARTER1
b. 19 March 1819, d. 30 July 1898
|Father*||John CARTER b. 13 Aug 1779, d. 3 Jul 1838|
|Mother*||Sophia HARRIDGE b. 15 Nov 1781, d. 8 May 1855|
|Note*||Eliza Charlotte CARTER General Notes: |
Eliza's godmothers were her Aunt Lucas and Charlotte Whittaker.
She had Scarlet Fever in 1835, whilst at school in Clapton.
Eliza was educated at Clapton, Middlesex.
Address: Church St, Saffron Walden, Essex
NAME AGE OCCUPATION BORN IN COUNTY
CARTER, Eliza 25 Collar Maker Y.
|Birth*||She was born on 19 March 1819 at Chelmsford, Essex.1|
|Christening||She was christened on 16 April 1819 at Chelmsford, Essex.1|
|(Witness) Misc||She was a complainant (plaintiff) in the suit in the Court of Chancery contesting the execution of|
the will of Thomas Harridge (d1827). Brought by William
D'Aranda and Elizabeth, and others (see list below). The
actual Bill of Complaint has not yet turned up but there
are several 'answers' of the defendants.
Henry Harridge Carter
James Caldwell Carter
Crispe Harridge Carter
Eliza Charlotte Carter
William Bacon Carter
Alleyne David Carter
Henrietta (aka Harrietta) Kennett
Thomas Henry Kennett
Mary Ann Kennett
John Carter Kennett
Arthur Stanes Kennett
William Stanes Kennett
Mary Ann Ford
William D'Aranda Ford
Susannah Harridge Carter
Charlotte Timson Kennett
Theresa Jones Ford with William Peter D'ARANDA R.N. and Elizabeth HARRIDGE circa 1829.2
|Marriage*||Eliza Charlotte CARTER married Reverend William Henry COOMBS, son of James COOMBS, on 4 July 1846 at Suffolk.|
|Married Name||As of 4 July 1846,her married name was COOMBS.|
|Death*||Eliza Charlotte CARTER died on 30 July 1898 at Walkerville, South Australia, at age 79.1|
|Burial*||She was buried on 2 August 1898 at St George's Cemetery, Gawler, South Australia.1|
|Reverend William Henry COOMBS b. 1817, d. 23 August 1896|
|Marriage*||She married Reverend William Henry COOMBS, son of James COOMBS, on 4 July 1846 at Suffolk.|
|Last Edited||29 May 2007|
- Various Authors, Family Tree Records, Various Dates, Western Australia (Helen Mary Carter, (HMC)) "unknown cd."
- Court of Chancery, Six Clerks Office, "D'Aranda v Harridge 1829, TNA Doc Ref: C13/2226/32."