By Randal Keynes
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Charles and Emma went together to the Zoological Gardens, to Handel’s Messiah and Bellini’s La Sonnambula. They sampled sermons at a number of churches, and attended the Unitarian Chapel in Little Portland Street, another new “Greek” building, where Hensleigh and Fanny Wedgwood worshipped. The minister, James Tagart, preached the future triumph of Unitarian Christianity, rejecting the doctrine of the depravity of human nature and emphasising social concord, domestic piety and fraternal union. When Emma was due to give birth, her sister Elizabeth came to be with her, and Charles engaged a doctor to attend.
Allen baptised the two children Anne Elizabeth and Ann Sophy. ” The name Elizabeth was chosen for Emma’s mother in her sad and slowly deepening dementia. After the baptism, Charles went to stay with his father and sisters in Shrewsbury while Emma stayed with Annie at Maer. Bessy the nursemaid had taken Willy ahead and Charles was touched by his pleasure at seeing him. “He sat on my knee for nearly a quarter of an hour . . and looked at my face and pointing, told everyone I was Pappa . . When I had had him for about five minutes, I asked him where was Mama, and he repeated your name twice in so low and plaintive a tone, I declare it almost made me burst out crying.
Emma’s elder brother. Took over the firm after their father’s retirement. Lived with his family at Barlaston in Staffordshire. Henry (Harry) (1799-1885)—Son of Josiah II. Emma’s elder brother. Barrister and writer of The Bird Talisman. Hensleigh (1803-91)—Son of Josiah II. Emma’s elder brother. Married Fanny Mackintosh and lived in London. Hope (1844-1935)—Daughter of Hensleigh and Fanny. Annie’s first cousin. James (“Bro”) (1834-64)—Son of Hensleigh and Fanny. Annie’s first cousin. Josiah I (1730-95)—The master potter.