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Muriel Gore-Browne

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Muriel Gore-Browne (1869-1946)

1869 Born the daughter of Charles Adolphus Murray, 7th Earl of Dunmore and Lady Gertrude Coke.

1890 July 16th. Married Harold Gore Browne, son of Thomas Robert Gore Browne (Governor of New Zealand, 1855-1861)

1908 Lady Muriel Gore Brown entered the first Brooklands race for women - The Ladies Bracelet Handicap - but failed to start. [1]

1911 Living at 7 Kensington Square, Kensington, London: Harold Gore Browne (age 54 born Auckland, N.Z.), H.M. Body Guard. With his wife Muriel Gore Browne (age 41 born London). No children. Three servants.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Monday, Jul 06, 1908
  2. 1911 Census