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|Emily COMPLIN 
Emily COMPLIN 
- Born: 12 Apr 1841, St Sepulchre Holborn LND
- Christened: 13 Apr 1841, St Sepulchre Holborn LND
- Marriage (1): Joseph Hammond WOOSTER  in Jul 1884 in Hastings SSX
- Died: 25 Dec 1915, Eastborne SSX aged 74
Stoney StratfordAugust /58
We arrived here safe and sound on Saturday morning we were out nearly all day though it rained a great deal and in the evening we called on the Smiths. On Sunday we went to this church but we did not like Mr. Austed at all so in the afternoon we went to Calverton with Ellen and Martha Smith and liked the clergyman very much but he does not belong to that church, in the evening Papa spent several hours at Mr. Freeman's. Monday morning we went for a walk with Ellen Smith where the wood used to be, we had tea at the Foys, they are as nice as I expected they are so extremely kind, on Monday Mrs. Foy sent us a basket of apples, pears and plums and today some more fruit and a delicious piece of honey comb just arrived, the other night. Mrs. Foy showed us two very handsome mantles one white and one black that she had worked in applique she asked if we could do that work and we said that we could not so she sent us a white veil begun that we might see how it was done, is she not kind?
Last night we had tea with Uncle, I think he is more altered than Aunt and his memory is most dreadful he can not recollect anything for a minute Aunt is better than I expected to see her.
We are going to have tea at Mrs. Smiths tonight and at Uncles again tomorrow night so you see we go out a good deal we long to make a cozy tea at home. I think Kate will come down tomorrow Papa went back to London this morning we walked to the station with him and then sat with Sally for an hour and a half and had a good long chat she is much thinner than she used to be which is a great improvement the baby is a tiny little thing Kate sent it two pairs of worsted socks which Sally is very much pleased with. Mrs. Hopkins is very obliging but she is so deaf it is not so nice as being at Mrs. Plumbs because we knew her. Mrs. Foy has got a nice old black and white cat and a delicious great brown dog who came into the drawing room the evening we were there and eat sandwiches. I keep house I do not like taking care of sovereigns I am afraid some-body will come and steal them. I must leave off now as it is four oclock and we are going to see Uncle before we go to the Smiths. With love Tres… dear Annie your affectionate Sister
Ref: Gail McAdam Family Archive 2014
1. Census: England, 30 Mar 1851, St Sepulchre Saffron Hill MDX. Emily is recorded as a daughter aged 9 a scholar at home born St Sepulchre MDX.
Emily married Joseph Hammond WOOSTER  [MRIN: 7538] in Jul 1884 in Hastings SSX. (Joseph Hammond WOOSTER  was born about 1848 in Camberwell SRY and died on 11 Sep 1920 in Eastborne SSX.)
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