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Agnes [BRAGG]
of Sedbergh, Yorkshire
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Agnes [BRAGG]
~1833 - bur.1862
of Sedbergh, Yorkshire
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Agnes [BRAGG]
~1833 - bur.1862
of Sedbergh, Yorkshire
  m. Charles 'Charley' BRAGG (1827 - bur.1892)
 
Frances Agnes 'Fanny' BRAGG
bap.1859 - ~1909
of Killington, Westmorland
Narrative and Notes
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Date
Age*
Event
Place
btw 1833 and 1834
0
Birth 
 
Marriage to husband Charles 'Charley' BRAGG 
 
31 Aug 1859
26
Baptism of daughter Frances Agnes 'Fanny' BRAGG 
Killington, Westmorland
5 Oct 1862
29
Burial 
Sedbergh, Yorkshire
15 Dec 1874
41
Marriage of husband Charles 'Charley' BRAGG and Agnes KENDAL 
St Catherine's, Edge Hill, West Derby, Lancashire
21 Jan 1892
59
Burial of husband Charles 'Charley' BRAGG 
Killington, Westmorland
Documented age, Calculated age, Estimated age
Citations
1 - Bragg - Kendal marriage 1874

1874 Marriage solemnized at St Catherines Edge Hill in the Parish of West Derby in the County of Lancaster

No. 194

Dec 15 18__

Charles Bragg - Full - Widower - Tailor - Sedbergh - William Bragg - Farmer

Agnes Kendal - Full - Spinster - - Uxbridge St Hull [Hull is unclear - there is no Uxbridge St in Hull] - Robert Kendal - Farmer

Married in the Church of St Catherine according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church, by license or after ________ by me, B[R?] [?]

This marriage was solemnized between us Charles Bragg, Agnes Kendal in the Presence of John Stewardon, Nancy Greaves

2 - Email from Judith Robinson

Killington baptisms: 31 August 1859 Frances Agnes d.of Agnes & Charles Bragg, tailor

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Burials at Sedbergh: 5 Oct. 1862 Agnes Bragg aged 28.

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GRO marriage indexes ... In last quarter 1874 I found one in W.Derby. Possible. I checked under K and found Agnes Kendal with the same reference number. She really was a spinster until age 47 and then married a widower whose first wife happened to have the same forename. What were they doing in Liverpool? Charles had been apprenticed to his tailor father in Sedbergh and by 1881 Charles & Agnes were back in Sedbergh. It looks as if Charles moved to Liverpool to work at his trade for a while and retired back home. Perhaps Agnes Kendal went to be his housekeeper and to care for his daughters.

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Extracts from the diary of Agnes Ann Kendal 1876:

Wed. 9 August Aunt Agnes & Uncle Charley have come back with Father from Sedbergh. It is the first visit since the wedding. I like Aunt far better. Wedding seems to have worked a change with her. It is love or something.

Fri. 11 August Uncle & Aunt have been to Uncle Williams for the afternoon.

Sat. 12 August Father drove Uncle & Aunt up to Sedbergh this morning.

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1881 census Frostrow, Sedbergh:

Mortar Pitts

Charles Bragg H M 54 tailor bn. Yorks, Sedbergh

Agnes Bragg W M 52 Yorks, Sedbergh

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Burials at Killington:

Jan 1892 Agnes BRAGG 62 of Kendal wife of Charles BRAGG

21 Jan 1892 Charles BRAGG 64 of Kendal

3 - Email from Judith Robinson

Killington baptisms: 31 August 1859 Frances Agnes d.of Agnes & Charles Bragg, tailor

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Burials at Sedbergh: 5 Oct. 1862 Agnes Bragg aged 28.

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GRO marriage indexes ... In last quarter 1874 I found one in W.Derby. Possible. I checked under K and found Agnes Kendal with the same reference number. She really was a spinster until age 47 and then married a widower whose first wife happened to have the same forename. What were they doing in Liverpool? Charles had been apprenticed to his tailor father in Sedbergh and by 1881 Charles & Agnes were back in Sedbergh. It looks as if Charles moved to Liverpool to work at his trade for a while and retired back home. Perhaps Agnes Kendal went to be his housekeeper and to care for his daughters.

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Extracts from the diary of Agnes Ann Kendal 1876:

Wed. 9 August Aunt Agnes & Uncle Charley have come back with Father from Sedbergh. It is the first visit since the wedding. I like Aunt far better. Wedding seems to have worked a change with her. It is love or something.

Fri. 11 August Uncle & Aunt have been to Uncle Williams for the afternoon.

Sat. 12 August Father drove Uncle & Aunt up to Sedbergh this morning.

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1881 census Frostrow, Sedbergh:

Mortar Pitts

Charles Bragg H M 54 tailor bn. Yorks, Sedbergh

Agnes Bragg W M 52 Yorks, Sedbergh

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Burials at Killington:

Jan 1892 Agnes BRAGG 62 of Kendal wife of Charles BRAGG

21 Jan 1892 Charles BRAGG 64 of Kendal

4 - Bragg - Kendal 1874
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