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Timeline

Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
1820/04/00 Anne Bronte Home Patrick Bronte moves into St Michael and All Angels' Church, Haworth, parsonage with his wife Maria and six children
1820/04/00 Patrick Bronte Home Patrick Bronte moves into St Michael and All Angels' Church, Haworth, parsonage with his wife Maria and six children
1820/04/00 Emily Bronte Home Patrick Bronte moves into St Michael and All Angels' Church, Haworth, parsonage with his wife Maria and six children
1820/04/00 Charlotte Bronte Home Patrick Bronte moves into St Michael and All Angels' Church, Haworth, parsonage with his wife Maria and six children
1848/12/19 Emily Bronte Died Emily Bronte dies of consumption on the sofa in Haworth Parsonage.
1849/05/24 Anne Bronte Life Anne says goodbye to her father at Haworth, and heads to Scarborough with Charlotte and Ellen Nussey. Anne Bronte's Last Trip
1855/03/31 Charlotte Bronte Died Attacked by sensations of perpetual nausea and ever-recurring faintness, Charlotte Bronte dies with her unborn child. Her death certificate gives the cause of death as tuberculosis. The Life of Charlotte Bronte (Biography by Gaskell)

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Particulars for Haworth Parsonage (Bronte Museum):
Area of Significance Architecture
Sight Category Building
Building Use Clergy House: Manse, Parsonage, Rectory, Vicarage
Building Type House
Criteria Person
Historic Use Single dwelling

Data
English National Heritage List Entry No: 1313933



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