Elizabeth Cullen Brown

Female, (1842 - 1919)
FatherGeorge Minter Brown
BirthElizabeth Cullen Brown was born 1842 in Deal, Kent, England. 
INFO CIV REG INDEX Birth 1842 JunQ Eastry 5,131. (FreeBMD.) 
MarriageShe married John Lipscomb 1873 in Kent, England. 
INFO CIV REG INDEX Marriage SepQ 1873 Elizabeth Brown. Eastry 2a,1199. (GBCivRegInd LDS6102644.) 
MarriageElizabeth Cullen Brown married William Farmar, son of Thomas F. Farmar and Grace Broadley, 6 September 1879 in Dover, Kent, England. 
INFO KENT COUNCIL BMD INDEX. Elizabeth Lipscomb. 1879 marriage, entry 131, register D/D/8 Thanet and Dover; date 1879-09-06. (KenCounBMD.) 
INFO MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE. 6 Sep 1879 at the Pentside Baptist Chapel in the District of Dover, Kent. No. 431. William Farmar, age 73, widower, schoolmaster. Residence 5 Townwall Street, Dover. Father Thomas Farmar, builder & contractor. Elizabeth Lipscomb, age 37, widow. Residence 2 Tower Hamlets Road, Dover. Father George Minter Brown, mariner. Marr acc. to the rites of the Particular Baptists by License by John Austin, Baptist Minister.. Witnesses William Carpenter and Ann Carpenter. (GBCertMarONS.) 
INFO EXECUTRIX for will of husband William Farmar who died 20 Aug 1889. (PPRWillsDist LDS1471584-10 Canterbury Oct 1889.) 
INFO CENSUS 1891 (5 Apr 1891). Dover 319 London Road. Elizabeth Farmar head wid 48 living on her own means. b. Kent Deal (GBCens1891 LDS6095850 #17.) 
INFO VOTER LISTS. 1892-1900. Castle Ward Dover Charlton. Farmar, Elizabeth, at 319 London Road 1892-94,1896-97. At 4 Tower hamlets road 1899-1900. (DovParlVot LDS1656694-95.) 
INFO BAPTIST MISSIONARY CENTENARY. 1893. Contributors to Thanksgiving Fund from Dover include Mrs. Farmar who gave 5-10-0 and Mr. Broadley and Miss Broadley, and Mrs. Sutton who gave £1 each. From Eythorne, Mr. & Mrs. John Harvey, 5-0-0. (CentBapMiss, pp.553-54.) 
INFO DIRECTORY 1895. Dover private residents and Court directory sections: Farmar, Mrs. 319 London road Dover. (KellyKen1895.) 
INFO CENSUS 1901 (31 Mar 1901). Kent Greenwich. Royal Hospital School. Elizabeth Farmar, sister, marr, 58, b. Kent Deal. with George Minter Brown, mar, 57, gate porter, b. Kent Deal and his wife & dtr. NOTE in 1881 Cens, Geo M. Brown 38 was head instructor at the "Greenwich Hospital School" and a naval pensioner.(GBCens1901 RG13/543:116:3.) 
INFO NOTE: Mrs. Farmar not found in 1909 Kelly's Dir. 
DeathElizabeth Cullen Brown died 10 April 1919 in Greenwich, Kent, England. 
INFO CIV REG INDEX Death. 1919 Jun Q. Elizabeth C. Farmar, 76. Greenwich 1d?, 857. (GBCivRegInd LDS6103413.) 
INFO PROBATE CALENDAR. Farmar, Elizabeth Cullen of 224 High-road Lee Kent widow died 10 April 1919 at Greenwich Infirmary Kent. Probate London 26 July to the Public Trustee. Effects £823 5s 4d. (PPRCalen LDS251427.) 
INFO PROBATE of will written 15 May 1918. Elizabeth Cullen Farmar formerly of 33 Tower Hamlets Road Dover, at present of 224 High Road Lee, widow. Executors- the Public Trustee and Walter Holyoak of 7 Lamerton Place Dover, Baptist Minister. Possessions incl. 4 houses in Dover 29 31 32 and 33 Tower Hamlets Road (former addresses 1 2 3 & 4), shares in Dover Gas Co and "some 2-1/2% Consols held in part through the Post Office Savings Band and in part throught the Bank of England." Niece Clara Jane Hoile recently of 64 Lewisham Road, Lewisham has first choice of one of the four houses. Her sister Emily Hoile of 24 Halsey Street London has second choice. Remaining two housese to be sold. Sister-in-law Mrs. Brown of Chalcroft Road Lee, widow of George Eakins Brown (aka George Minter Brown) £5. £10 to friend Harriet Osborn of 2 Co-operative Buildings Dover (who is in Dover Infirmary). £10 To William Featherstone Streeter of 9 Millions Road Dover to share with wife Fanny Streeter (or to Fanny alone if he is dead). £20 to Stockwell Orphanage (aka Spurgeon's Orphanage) Clapham Road London. £20 to Dr. Barnardo's Homes National Incorporated Association Stepney London. £50 (if possible) or otherwise £25 to Salem Baptist Church Dover to be used as Deacons decide for Salem Sunday School building fund or other fund for "substantial benefit" to the school, but not for ordinary upkeep or maintenance. Silver inkstand with fittings in custody of Rev Walter Holyoak of Dover to the Salem Baptist Church to be sold and funds used for the Sunday School as above. To niece Clara Jane Hoile first choice of two broaches and a mourning ring. To Emily Hoile the other broach and two rings. To niece Louise Somerville Tennant (dtr of Mrs Brown above) goldwatch and chain, fire screen with stand. All clothing to Clara Jane Hoile-- to share with sister Emily, and if not wanted by them to be given away, not sold. All furniture and trinkets to Clara Jane and Emily to share /or sell. Stock in Dover Gas and the Consols to be sold if necessary to meet legacies above, but if not needed to be sold, then given to Clara Jane and Emily, and upon the death of either, all to the survivor. Witnesses Charles Walter practitioner, and Edith Rose Clayton 275 High Rd Lee SE, sick nurse. (PPRWills LDS1911674.)