Camilla Lacy Property

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Title

Camilla Lacy Property

Description

Correspondence with Surrey Council Council with regard to the property Camilla Lacy (now demolished) which was owned by the Hudsons from 1816.
Three black and white phototcopied photographs with information cards dated 1907 from Surrey Council

'Anne Hudson as a young woman (born Evans, 1794-1884) who married Thomas Hudson of Camilla Lacey, Surrey, (1780-1868) in 1816 in St Marylebone Church, London. She inherited Brabyns Hall from her unmarried cousin John Wright on his death in 1866, as well as her uncle Nathaniel Wright’s colliery-based fortune. She had also inherited her father's London-made fortune. Anne moved to live in Brabyns in 1868 after her husband died in Pau, France. She was the mother of Thomas (1817-1866, a soldier, unmarried), Maria Ann (1819-1906, unmarried) and William Hudson (1825-1857, soldier, married ... my great-great grand-father). Mark Hudson. '

Date

Reviewed AB 06/2023

Identifier

Louiset
BRH/03/06

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Citation

“Camilla Lacy Property,” Marple Local History Society Archives, accessed February 27, 2024, https://www.marplelocalhistorysociety.org.uk/archives/items/show/250.

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