Anne Bromley Rose

???? - 1841


Member of a Jamaican slave-owning family, daughter of Thomas Rose (d. 1771) and Ann Cross, and sister of John Cross Rose I (q.v.), dying in London in 1841.

  1. Will of Anne Bromley Rose of Charlotte Street Portland Place [made in 1840] proved 14/01/1842. She left £200 to her niece Mrs Ann Wood with whom she then resided; £100 to her niece [sic] Mrs Leicester Stanhope of The Cedars Putney and £100 to Mrs Leicster Stanhope's daughter Anna Caroline; and £50 each to her niece Mary Cossley Hall and her nephew Thomas James Hall of Brunswick Square.

  2. 'Dec 13th [1841]. At the house of her niece Mrs J. Somerville Wood, Mrs [sic] Anne Bromley Rose, 3rd dau. of the late Thomas Rose Esq. of the Vineyard Jamaica who was linearly descended, on his mother's side, from Sir Thomas Bromley, Lord Chancellor to Queen Elizabeth), aunt to Mr Hall, chief magistrate at Bow Street, and maternal great-aunt of Mrs Leicester Stanhope. Her body was interred at the Highgate Cemetery.'


  1. PROB 11/1956/407.

  2. Gentleman's Magazine NS Vol. XVII Jan to June 1842, p. 222.

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Charlotte Street, Portland Place , London, Middlesex, London, England