Elizabeth Anne Williams, 1872

Name
Elizabeth Anne /Williams/
Given names
Elizabeth Anne
Surname
Williams
Marriage
British Queen
Victoria
from June 20, 1837 to January 22, 1901 (on the date of death)
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Robert Peel
from August 30, 1841 to June 30, 1846
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
John Russell
from June 30, 1846 to February 20, 1852
Death of a father
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Edward Smith-Stanley
from February 20, 1852 to December 19, 1852
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
George Hamilton-Gordon
from December 19, 1852 to February 6, 1855
The Crimean War
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Henry John Temple
from February 6, 1855 to February 20, 1858
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Edward Smith-Stanley
from February 20, 1858 to June 12, 1859
Birth of a daughter
Birth of a daughter
Birth of a daughter
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Henry John Temple
from June 12, 1859 to October 29, 1865
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
John Russell
from October 29, 1865 to June 28, 1866
Birth of a son
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Edward Smith-Stanley
from June 28, 1866 to February 27, 1868
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Benjamin Disraeli
from February 27, 1868 to December 3, 1868
Death of a husband
Address: 21, Prince's Gate, Hyde Park
Cause: Concussion due to an accidental fall
Citation details: 20 May 1871
Burial of a husband
Citation details: 27 May 1871
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
William Ewart Gladstone
from December 3, 1868 to February 20, 1874 (on the date of death)
Death
Citation details: Saturday 16 November 1872
Text:

Mr. S. Jarvis, of Midland Road, Bedford, has just executed a marble tablet which is to be placed in the church at North Crawley, and the inscription, which is as follows, explains itself: -"In memory of Elizabeth Ann, the beloved and lamented daughter of Mrs. Williams, Crawley Grange and Astwood, and widow of the late Rev. Charles Ware, vicar of Astwood, born 22nd January, 1841, married on the 16th August, 1860, to the above (then the Rev. C. Cumberlege) died on the 6th March, 1872, leaving three daughter and one son. She was the daughter of the late John Williams, Esq., Bombay Civil Service, and Elizabeth M. Montgomery, daughter of the late William Boswell, Esq., Advocate Sheriff of Berwickshire, and Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late James Boswell, Esq., Auchinleck, N. B." The tablet, which is oval in form, is of white statuary marble, placed upon a broad slab of black marble, and the inscription is bordered by floral sculpture of a chaste design, artistically executed.

Family with parents
father
mother
18031875
Birth: September 9, 1803 25 23
Death: August 7, 1875Buckinghamshire, England
Marriage Marriage1839Newcastle, Northumberland, England
herself
Family with Charles Cumberlege
husband
herself
Marriage Marriage
son
18661946
Birth: about 1866 Astwood, Buckinghamshire, England
Death: November 24, 1946
-4 years
daughter
18611952
Birth: July 28, 1861 Astwood, Buckinghamshire, England
Death: August 1952Broadstone, Dorset, England
20 months
daughter
18631959
Birth: March 1863 Astwood, Buckinghamshire, England
Death: 1959Chelsea, London, England
22 months
daughter
18641936
Birth: about 1864 Astwood, Buckinghamshire, England
Death: February 21, 1936Westminster, London, England
Marriage
Source: Wikitree
Death
Citation details: Saturday 16 November 1872
Text:

Mr. S. Jarvis, of Midland Road, Bedford, has just executed a marble tablet which is to be placed in the church at North Crawley, and the inscription, which is as follows, explains itself: -"In memory of Elizabeth Ann, the beloved and lamented daughter of Mrs. Williams, Crawley Grange and Astwood, and widow of the late Rev. Charles Ware, vicar of Astwood, born 22nd January, 1841, married on the 16th August, 1860, to the above (then the Rev. C. Cumberlege) died on the 6th March, 1872, leaving three daughter and one son. She was the daughter of the late John Williams, Esq., Bombay Civil Service, and Elizabeth M. Montgomery, daughter of the late William Boswell, Esq., Advocate Sheriff of Berwickshire, and Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late James Boswell, Esq., Auchinleck, N. B." The tablet, which is oval in form, is of white statuary marble, placed upon a broad slab of black marble, and the inscription is bordered by floral sculpture of a chaste design, artistically executed.