Susan BROWNING married William CLEAVER in Tetbury in 1844. Her father was identiffied as Isaac BROWNING, mason. Afterwards the couple used the name BOWMAN.
In 1851 Susan, 29, was a servant working in Cavendish House, a large drapery shop owned by William DEBENHAM, of later department store fame, and under the management of Clement FREEBODY who had married Debenham's sister. The shop was described as ‘silk mercers, linen drapers, hosiers, lacemen, milliners, dress makers, upholsterers, carpet wharehouseman, bedding manufacturers.’ The building also housed 26 drapers and silkweavers from all other the country. She shared her duties with one other maid and four male servants.
Between 1861 and 1871 she was living in Tetbury with her husband, who was working as a plasterer, and her two boys, Isaac and Thomas.
Susan died in 1879 in Tetbury. Her husband died in 1881.
On the 1851 census Mary Browning has her grandson George Bowman born 1844 living with her. Susan married William Cleaver alias Bowman in 1844.