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  1. 22/10/2016 · Lady Barbara Browne (Lee) Birthdate: March 03, 1693. Death: Immediate Family: Daughter of Edward Henry Lee, 1st Earl of Lichfield and Charlotte Lee, Countess of Lichfield. Wife of Sir George Browne, 3rd Baronet. Mother of Barbara Browne.

  2. 1729. Death: 1801 (71-72) Immediate Family: Daughter of Sir George Browne, 3rd Baronet and Lady Barbara Browne. Wife of Sir Edward Mostyn, 5th Baronet Mostyn, of Talacre, co. Flint and Edward Gore. Mother of Sir Pyers Mostyn, 6th Baronet Mostyn, of Talacre, co. Flint; Esquire Charles Mostyn; William Gore-Langton and Rev. Charles Gore. Managed by:

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    • 1801 (71-72)
    • 1729
    • Michael Lawrence Rhodes
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  4. Barbara Browne Bart, Lady Mostyn Thomas Gainsborough 1759. View in Augmented Reality. Albany Institute of History & Art Albany, United States. Details.

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    Camilla was born into a wealthy family with aristocratic roots but turned her back on her birthright in order to work among the poor as a midwife in Poplar, East London. Standing an ungainly 6'1", she felt out of place in high society and instead dedicated herself to good works. She further turned her back on her roots by marrying an East End police constable, Peter Noakes, with whom she conceived a son, Freddie, whilst doing missionary work in Sierra Leone. Chummy is a devout Christian, often praying for courage or guidance, and when a young woman's baby died due to premature birth, she cries and holds her cross, saying a brief prayer for the stillborn. She sometimes helps with The Beavers and Scouts and acts as their Scouts master. Her nickname comes from Cholmeley, the second part of her triple-barreled surname (pronounced "Chummy"). As a very young girl, Chummy lived in India, where her father continued the family tradition of working in the Indian Civil Service. Her great-great...

    Upon arriving at Nonnatus House, Chummy immediately made an impression on the very prickly Sister Evangelina, who commented on her height, her mediocre grades in midwife training, and her pink uniform. Due to Chummy's height, she was unable to fit the largest nursing uniforms they had and had to borrow the house's sewing machine to alter it. However, due to her excellent sewing skills, this was not a problem for her. Chummy also did not know how to ride a bike, and thought initially that she could walk to all her patients. As the midwives cover 8 square miles, she soon learned walking would not be sufficient and was frequently chastised by Sister Evangelina for being late. Trixie and Cynthia helped her to learn, but not without frequent crashes, making her the object of ridicule for the neighborhood children. Her first ride solo with the other nurses caused her to crash into a police officer, Constable Peter Noakes. Thankfully, Peter did not arrest her, and to thank him, she later b...

    In Series 2, Chummy found a longing within her to become a missionary in Sierra Leone. The idea seemed a perfect fit for her and Peter, but unknown to Chummy, was that for Peter to join in on the local police force in Africa, he must complete a strenuous physical exam. Angrily, Peter declared himself as "roly-poly" and Chummy realized she had been selfish in not considering Peter. However, after vigorous training with Fred, Peter was declared fit enough and was accepted into the African police force. The two left for Africa for six months. Chummy and Peter are given a serenade farewell. After going to Sierra Leone, she comes back nine months pregnant at the end of Series Two. Her fellow midwives planned to deliver her baby, and had fun joking about how they were to treat their co-worker as any other pregnant woman. As Chummy's childhood was anything but loving and warm, she began to fear what sort of mother she would be, and if her child would be happy. Upon voicing her fears to Fre...

    Chummy takes her mother back into her home, and in the final days of her life, Chummy finds it difficult to reconcile with her mother, given that there will be nothing to come after her mother dies, no bond to mend, no new memories to create together. She acts more a nurse than a daughter. When Lady Browne talks about the manicures she used to get every day whilst in India, Chummy declines to give her one. However, after the council from Sister Monica Joan, who tells her she will regret it for the rest of her life if she doesn't take the opportunity to reconcile with her mother, Chummy takes Trixie's manicure set and gives her mother a manicure. Lady Browne watches her daughter intently as she works, once running her fingers through Chummy's hair. Chummy nearly leans into the tender touch and remarks that her mother's never done that before. Lady Browne replies that she has when Chummy was a tiny baby. Later, Chummy removes her nurse's uniform and crawls into bed with her unconsciou...

  5. Coral Browne: This Effing Lady (2007) de Rose Collis, Oberon Books, ISBN 978-1-84002-764-8 La historia de Coral Browne (2007) de Barbara Angell, ISBN 978-0-646-47322-2 [1] Vincent Price: la biografía de una hija (1999) de Victoria Price, ISBN 0-312-26789-4

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