Est 1826 - 1853 (~ 22 years)
Set As Default Person
||Charles Augustus Turner [1, 2] |
||Jersey, Channel Islands
||Augustus Charles |
||7 Jun 1841
||St Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands
||Between 1848 and 1853 
- A Charles Turner died abt Feb 1848 in Kensington, London, England. He presumably had died when Mary Married Joseph Bravo in 1854. It has been conjectured that he may have gone to Jamaica and died there but there is no evidence for this. We can assume that Mary decided to go and live with her brother in Jamaica after the death of Charles Turner, where she met Joseph Bravo.
- Note that he appears as Augustus Charles Turner on his son's marriage registration (Dec 1875) and as Charles Augustus Turner on daughter Alice's marriage registration (5 Jun 1883).
I have linked Charles Augustus Turner to the Charles Turner aged 15 in the 1841 Channel Islands census living in St Helier, Jersey, based on two facts: 
1. Solomon and Mary Royes and their two daughters Adelaide and Mary had moved to Jersey and lived in High St, St Aubin, Jersey - Mary was listed as 15. [Note that the 1841 census tended to round ages down to the nearest 5 - Mary was actually about 16 or 17. Charles might also have been older than 15.]
2. Mary's second child is Charles Delauney Turner/Bravo. This Charles Turner's grandmother has maiden name Delauney.
Notes for further research:
London Deaths Charles Turner
(none for Augustus Charles and the only Augustus died outside our time frame of 1849-1853)
Mar 1849 Chelsea (1841-1981)
Mar 1849 Hackney
Jun 1849 St George Hanover Square
Sep 1849 City of London
Mar 1850 Croydon
Jun 1850 St Saviour Southwark
Jun 1850 Croydon
Sep 1850 Strand (1837-1913)
Mar 1851 Greenwich
Jun 1851 West London
4 Jan 1852 St Andrew's Holborn, age 60, address Back Hill
Mar 1852 Holborn
Jun 1852 Kensington
Dec 1852 Lambeth
[Many more outside London. One writer suggests that he died in Jamaica but this may be an assumption based on the fact that his widow Mary subsequently re-married in Jamaica.]
||Roy~Royes | Hougham, Mordaunt, Royes, Jamaican Royes
||22 May 2016 |
b. 1796, Jersey, Channel Islands
b. Est 1796, England
||17 Feb 1818
||St George Hanover Square, London, England 
- Compare maiden name Delauney with grandson Charles's second name Delauney
||Family Group | Family Chart
||Mary Hougham Royes|
b. Bef 2 Sep 1824, London, England
d. 16 Jul 1877, 2 Palace Green, Kensington, London, England (Age ~ 52 years)
- based on birth of first child
- There has been some speculation that the children were born in Jamaica and that Augustus died there. Census returns indicate that the children were born in London and Isle of Jersey which suggests the marriage took place in one of those placeses. (The family of Charles Augustus Turner were in St Helier in 1841 and his father was born there abt 1796 - all the children were born there.) If Charles and Mary did go to Jamaica and he died there this would have to have been between 1849 and 1854 (conception of Ellen and marriage of Mary to Joseph Bravo). See notes on Joseph.
|+||1. Alice Mary Turner Bravo|
b. 6 Jan 1845, Islington, London, England
d. 31 Jan 1919, Hampstead, London, England (Age 74 years)
| ||2. Charles Delauney Turner Bravo|
b. 30 May 1846, St Pancras, London, England
d. 21 Apr 1876, The Priory, Balham, London, England (Age 29 years)
| ||3. Ellen Turner Bravo|
b. Est 1848, St Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands
d. Bef 1881 (Age ~ 32 years)
||Chipman McGuire Family Tree|
"Miss Royes" is Mary Hougham Royes
||1824 ROYES TURNER BRAVO Mary Hougham|
Mary Hougham Royes married Augustus Turner in either London or the Isle of Jersey. She subsequently married Joseph Bravo in Jamaica and the family moved to London in the 1860s. The children used their step-father's surname.
||2 Aug 2011 00:00:00 |
||Family Group | Family Chart
- [S23] Brodnax Moore, Proposed Change: Mary Hougham Royes (Turner) (Bravo).
- [S237] London, England, Marriages and Banns, 1754-1921 [database on-line] (Ancestry.com, 2009), Father of bride named as Charles Augustus Turner.
- [S24] Andy and Sue Parlour, Bravo for Maybrick.
- [S268] Ted Hayes, Proposed Change: Augustus Charles Turner .
- [S237] London, England, Marriages and Banns, 1754-1921 [database on-line] (Ancestry.com, 2009).