Mason/Rowlatt Family Papers

Scope and Content

Family papers of Charles Frederic Mason and his wife, Mary Rowlatt, 1834-1919, including last will and testament of Charles Frederic Mason (1p), 1 November 1864; marriage certificate of Charles Frederic Mason and Mary Rowlatt, 8 May 1853; manuscript notebook containg handwritten tributes such as poems and songs, written by daughter Isabel Marie Helena Mason and others (c100pp), c1860-1919; bankruptcy proceedings certificate against Richard Rowlatt (Mary's father), 14 April 1836; 'In Memorium' cards for Richard Rowlatt (Mary's father), Eliza Mary Rowlatt, John Ingram Bywater, Eleanor Rowlatt (Mary's mother) and Frances Wignell, 1864-1879; notebook containing handwritten notes and sketches on architecture by Isabel Mason (c100pp), c1905; engagement diary for unidentified person with short entries on the days activities and weather,1878; small handwritten account book for Mary Rowlatt (Mrs Mason), 1876-1879; two receipts for the coffin and funeral arrangement of Patrick Collins (Isabel's husband), 11 January 1912; marriage certificate for William Roberts and Lavinia Rowlatte, 17 December 1859; marriage certificate for Patrick Collins and Isabel Marie Helena Mason, 14 October 1905; statement by Charles Frederic Mason affirming his marriage to Mary Rowlett, 22 March 1867; handwritten accounts of William Jackson Stokes, 1864-1868; handwritten costs of probate for Richard Rowlatt, 1865-1866; five miscellaneous handwritten receipts for Mr Rowlett, 1871-1875; small handwritten payment book for washing services, 1875; City of London certificate for Richard Rowlatt, 1834.

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Collected by David Webb as part of the Institute's London Collection.

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Entry compiled by Stefan Dickers.

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