|Volume 4, page 290, sitting number 5229.
Almost certainly Mrs. Henrietta Burrell, wife of Percy Burrell of Woodgates, Shipley, Sussex. The couple appear on the 1861 census, at which time Mr. Burrell, who was 49 years old, gave his profession as a Justice of the Peace and a Captain in the 18th Sussex Reserve Volunteers. Mrs. Burrell gave her age as 32 and her birthplace as Goring, Sussex. She had 9 servants to help her run the house.
Her death was announced in the Times on 10 March 1880: "Intelligence has been received of the death of Henrietta Katherine, Lady Burrell, widow of the late Sir Percy Burrell, M.P., which occured at Hyères on the 4th inst. The deceased lady was the eldest daughter and co-heir of the late Vice-Admiral Sir George R. Brooke Pechell. She married Sir Percy Burrell in 1856, and was left a widow four years ago."
The album in which in this carte was found belonged to Rose Isabella Susan Preston (born 1842), later the wife of Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Ethelred Shuttleworth.
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