||SHARDELOW, Clara Eliza |
- Clara Shardelow is portrayed as Sarah Chindaffy in a local novel called Celibate Sarah (1904) by James Blyth. Clara worked for the Blyth/Clabburn family as a maid and in the novel she is depicted as a dark character who attempts to murder her employer.
In the 1881, 1891, 1901 and 1911 Censuses she lives with Lucy Clabburn as her 'companion' in Thorpe next to Norwich (not next Haddiscoe), Lowestoft, Beccles and Beccles respectively.
James Blyth lived in Fritton 7 miles from Norton Subcourse (towards Great Yarmouth). Blyth was his mother's maiden name. He wrote several books. I have a copy of Celibate Sarah (Cliff Shardalow).
||Thorpe St. Andrews, Norwich, Norfolk, UK
|Miscellaneous as specified
||31 Jul 1886
||St George Martyr, Southwark, London
|Clara Eliza (P242) witness at marriage of Emma (P241) and Edward Carr (P1147) |
||Linden House, 49 London Road, Beccles, Suffolk, UK
|1911 Census. Living here with Lucy Clabburn also born Thorpe St. Andrews. Clara is Lucy's 'Companion'. |
||My Genealogy / The Shardalow Name
||8 Dec 2019 |
||SHARDELOW, Benjamin Blunderfield, b. 26 Aug 1809, Norton Subcourse, Norfolk, England , d. 25 Feb 1863, Thorpe St Andrew, Norwich, Norfolk, UK (Age 53 years) |
||BLUNDERFIELD, Mary, b. 10 Feb 1808, Lambeth, London , d. 1871, Blofield, Norfolk, UK (Age 62 years) |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart