Charlotte Bronte

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Charlotte Bronte

Charlotte Bronte

Charlotte Bronte Biography

Charlotte Bronte was a famous British english writer in 19th century. Jane Eyre was a great classic of western literature novel which was written by Charlotte Bronte. All her novels are written in english literature standards. Charlotte Bronte had pen names like Lord Charles Albert, Florian Wellesley, Currer Bell.

Charlotte Bronte Early Life

Charlotte Bronte date of birth was 21st April 1816 and born at Thornton, West Riding of Yorkshire, England. He was died on 31st March 1855 (aged 38) at Haworth, West Riding of Yorkshire, England. Charlotte Bronte parents were Maria (nee Branwell) and Patrick Bronte. Her father was an Irish Anglican clergyman. Charlotte Bronte was the third child of six children.

Charlotte Bronte Education

In August 1824, Charlotte Bronte and her sister Emily took the admission in Clergy Daughter’s School at Cowan Bridge. Due to the poor condition of school they were mostly educated at home. In between 1831 and 1832, she continued her education at Roe Head in Mirfield. In this school only she worked as a teacher in between 1835 and 1838.

Charlotte Bronte Marriage & Family

Charlotte Bronte was received one marriage proposal from Arthur Bell Nicholls before the publication of her novel Villette. In January 1854 she accepted his love and married in June of same month. Charlotte was got pregnant soon after marriage, but due to unkown health problems Charlotte Bronte was died with her unborn child on 31st March 1855.

Charlotte Bronte Career

Charlotte Bronte first novel was Jane Eyre, it was published on 16th October 1847 which was semi-autobiographical novel and wrote under the pen name of “Currer Bell”. Jane Eyre novel was includes criticism of society’s treatment in what making women poor. She got success in novel career with Shirley in 1848 and Vilette in 1853.

Charlotte Bronte Notable Publications & Novels

Juvenilia

  • The Young Men’s Magazine, Number 1 – 3 (August 1830)
  • The Spell
  • The Secret
  • Lily Hart
  • The Foundling
  • The Green Dwarf

Novels

  • Jane Eyre, published 1847
  • Shirley, published in 1849
  • Villette, published in 1853

Poetry

  • Poems by Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell (1846)
  • Selected Poems of The Brontës, Everyman Poetry (1997)

Charles Dickens

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Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens Biography

Charles Dickens full name was Charles John Huffam Dickens. Charles Dickens was great British writer and as well as social critic. He was famous to create most memorable fictional characters in their novels. In Victorian period, Charles Dickens was greatest novelist. His novels, fictions, characters and shorts stories continue to be world wide popular.

Charles Dickens Early Life

Charles Dickens was born on 7th February 1812 at Landport, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England. He died on 9th June 1870 (aged 58) at Gad’s Hill Place, Higham, Kent, England. Charles Dickens resting place was at Poets’ Corner, Westminster Abbey. His father was John Dickens who was a clerk in the Navy Pay Office and mother was Elizabeth Dickens. Charles Dickens was second child of eight children.

After Charles Dickens birth, immediately his family moved to Norfolk Street, Bloomsbury. When he was age 4, his family moved to Chatham, Kent, where he spent his life until his age of 11.

Charles Dickens Education

Charles Dickens studied few years in a private education. His first education started at dame-school and then at a William Giles school which is a dissenter in Chatham. In 1822 his family was forced to move to Camden Town due to some financial difficulties. At the age 12 years of Charles enter in to 112 College Place, Camden Town with the help of Elizabeth Roylance, a family friend.

Charles Dickens Marriage and Family

On 2nd April 1836 Charles Dickens got married with Catherine Thomson Hogarth who is the daughter of George Hogarth, editor of the Evening Chronicle. First child Charley was born in January 1837. After their child birth, the family was shifted to  Bloomsbury at 48 Doughty Street, London which was taken as a lease for three years at 80 GBP. Charles Dickens & Hogarth gave birth to 10 children and their names were Charles Dickens, Jr., Mary Dickens, Kate Perugini, Walter Landor Dickens, Francis Dickens, Alfred D’Orsay Tennyson Dickens, Sydney Smith Haldimand Dickens, Henry Fielding Dickens, Dora Annie Dickens and Edward Dickens.

Charles Dickens Journalism and Early Novels

Charles Dickens was started his career as a journalist. He started with journals ‘The Mirror of Parliament’ and ‘The True Sun’. After submit these journals he became parliamentary journalist in The Morning Chronicle in 1833. His first publication was “Pickwick Papers” which is highly successful novel in his career. After this publication Charles didn’t look back in his career.

He wrote many plays and as well as plays in front of Queen Victoria in 1851. Charles Dickens notable works are The Pickwick Papers, Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol, David Copperfield, Bleak House, Hard Times, Little Dorrit, A Tale of Two Cities and Great Expectations.

Charles Dickens Death

Charles Dickens was survived from one rail crash. After five years he was died of a stroke on 9th June 1870. He was buried at Westminster Abbey.

Jane Austen

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Jane Austen

Jane Austen

Jane Austen Biography

Jane Austen was an famous British novelist in 18th century. Jane Austen wrote romantic fictions and landed gentry books. She has lived her entire life in landed gentry with close family members. British middle and upper class people likes Austen novels, she has great social observation.

Jane Austen Early Life

Jane Austen date of birth on 16th December 1775 and born at Steventon Rectory, Hampshire, England. She was died on 18th July 1817 at Winchester, Hampshire, England and her resting place was Winchester Cathedral, Hampshire, England. Austen’s father was George Austen and mother was Cassandra (1739–1827). George was a woolen manufacturer. Austen was had 6 brothers and one sister. She was great and close relationship with her sister Cassandra.

Jane Austen Education

In 1783, as per her family tradition Jane and her sister went to Oxford for education with Mrs. Ann Cawley and they were moved to Southampton later in the year. Austen has started her education at home only until she leave boarding school with her sister Cassandra in 1785. The school syllabus was included some French, spelling, needlework, dancing, music and drama. Jane was studied primary education her own, after she took the help of her father and older brothers.

Jane Austen Career

Jane Austen started novels as a teenager. Janes brother helped lot to publish her novels. Austen first novel was “Sense and Sensibility” which was published in 1811 and next novel was “Pride and Prejudice” which has received many good reviews. She started her career as apprenticeship from her teenage and continued to thirties age.

Jane Austen Marriage & Death

Jane Austen never married as like her sister Cassandra. In early 1816, Jane health was not supported to her, she became feel unwell. She neglected her health condition and continued concentration on her career as novelist. She was probably suffered a lot with Addison’s disease and finally died on 18 July 1817. The final novel was started but left incomplete.

What is Bracelets Cremation Jewelry ?

Bracelets cremation ashes comes under cremation jewelry and this category also know as funeral jewelry or memorial jewelry or remembrance jewelry. Most of the people choosing bracelets cremation jewelry to keep their loved one’s memories with them by wearing bracelets.

How to Use Bracelets Cremation Jewelry ?

It is a best way to remember your loved one memories after his/her death. There bracelets are look like a jewelry, we can wear as a bracelet jewelry. It holds token amount of funeral ash of your loved one. After fill the ash, wear as jewelry. It will always keep your loved one memories alive with you.

Now a days so many people choosing these type of cremation jewelry. Now this bracelet cremation jewelry is a popular alternative to the traditional funeral jewelry. These jewelry urns are available for adult and child i.e, in men, women and baby sizes.

What Are The Designs Available in Bracelets Cremation Jewelry ?

In the market, bracelets cremation jewelry available with stylish designs, different sizes and make with different materials like bronze, stainless steel, gold, silver, titanium and solid brass.

Many families prefer to keep token amount of funeral ash or small amount of cremation ash. After buying cremation jewelry you can also store lock of hair, dried flowers or piece of cloth from the funeral and keep in the jewelry then wear. Some funeral jewelry are available with personalised means, we can published the name or photo on jewelry item.

We can also give this jewelry as a gift to grieve the memories. These bracelets cremation jewelry is not only keeping the ashes, it will give stylish looking to you by wearing.

John Milton

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John Milton

John Milton

John Milton Biography

John Milton was a one of the best British english poet, polemicist, scholarly man of letters, and a civil servant in the Commonwealth of England under Oliver Cromwell. He wrote at a time of religious changes and political revolution. John Milton best poem is epic poem Paradise Lost, wrote in blank verse. All Milton poems were reflect deep personal feelings, a passion for freedom and self-determination. Famous english writer William Hayley called Milton as “greatest English author”.

John Milton Early Life

John Milton was born on 9th December 1608 at Bread Street, Cheapside, London, England, died on 8 November 1674 (aged 65) at Bunhill, London, England and resting place is St Giles-without-Cripplegate. Milton father was senior John Milton who is composer and mother was Sarah Jeffrey.

John Milton Education

Milton school education was done in St Paul’s School, London. Milton studied in Christ’s College, Cambridge in 1625 and completed B.A. graduation in 1629. He got fourth rank out of 24 students in the University of Cambridge. In 1632, Milton was completed post graduation M.A.. He was learn English, Latin, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Spanish, Aramaic, Syriac languages.

John Milton Marriage & Family

John Milton got married 3 times. In 1642, Milton was went to a trip i,e, manor house at Forest Hill, Oxfordshire and came back from trip to the countryside with a 16 years bride named Mary Powell. Together they gave birth to three daughters and a son. Mary Powell was died in 1652 due to complication of delivering last daughter.

After his first wife death, Milton was married two more, first Katherine Woodcock married in 1656. She was died on 3rd February 1658. Together they were gave birth to a daughter. Second was Elizabeth Minshull married in 1662.

John Milton Poetry

In 1630 Milton poem was published first time, which was written on William Shakespeare. Below are the best bibliography of John Milton.

Poetry

  • Lycidas (1638)
  • Poems (1645)
  • Paradise Lost (1667)
  • Paradise Regained (1671)
  • Samson Agonistes (1671)

John Milton Drama

  • Arcades (1632)
  • Comus (1634)

John Milton Non-Fictions

  1. Of Reformation Touching Church Discipline in England (1641)
  2. The Reason of Church Government Urged Against Prelaty (1642)
  3. The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce (1643)
  4. Areopagitica (1644)
  5. Of Education (1644)
  6. The Tenure of Kings and Magistrates (1649)
  7. A Treatise of Civil Power in Ecclesiastical Causes (1659)

William Shakespeare

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William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare Biography

William Shakespeare was a great British english poet, playwright and actor. He was the world top dramatist till now. Shakespeare had the names as National Poet and Band of Avon. He wrote 154 sonnets, 2 long narrative poems and some collaborations that includes 38 plays. Shakespeare plays and dramas were translated in to so many languages and performed on regular base. Shakespeare wrote most of the plays that includes human emotion and conflict.

William Shakespeare Early Life

As per the records William Shakespeare exact date of birth is not exist. But believed Shakespeare was born on or near April 23rd, 1564 and died on 23rd April 1616 in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England. William Shakespeare father was John Shakespeare and mother was Mary Shakespeare. He was baptised in Holy Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon on 26th April 1564.

William Shakespeare Education

Shakespeare education records are not existed exactly. Scholars have doubts that he was studied in the King’s New School, in Stratford, which teach reading, writing and the classics. In childhood, Shakespeare was not qualified for free education.

William Shakespeare Married Life

William Shakespeare got married at the age of 18 years with Anne Hathaway. Anne age was 26 years at the marriage time. The marriage licence was issued by consistory court of the Diocese of Worcester on 27th November 1582. They had together 3 child, first was baby named as Susanna born on May 26th, 1583 and after two years later born twins called Hamnet and Judith on February 2nd, 1585. But Hamnet was died of unknown cause at the age of 11.

William Shakespeare Theatrical Career

There is no exact records when Shakespeare was started theatrical career. Roughly he was started career in 1592. As per London playwright Robert Greene, there is an upstart Crow.

In between 1593 and 1594, Shakespeare’s first poem’s are Venus and Adonis and ‘The Rape of Lucrece’, were published. He was dedicated them to his sponsor, Henry Wriothesley, the Earl of Southampton.

William Shakespeare Final Years

Shakespeare lived last five years of his final life in New Place in Stratford. He was died on 23rd April 1616 at the age of 52 years old and he was buried in Holy Trinity Church in Stratford. He gave his total property to his eldest daughter Susanna male heirs.

Christopher Marlowe

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Christopher Marlowe

Christopher Marlowe

Christopher Marlowe Biography

Christopher Marlowe was the play wright, poet, British dramatist and as well as translator of the Elizabethan era. He was most influenced by William Shakespeare who was great British poet. Shakespeare was also born in the same year as Marlowe and who came from lower position to higher position to become the best Elizabethan playwright after Marlowe’s mysterious death.

Christopher Marlowe Early Life

Christopher Marlowe born date was not known, but baptised on 26th February 1564 at Canterbury, England and died on 30th May 1593 (at the age 29) at Deptford, England. Marlowe parents, father was John Marlowe who was shoemaker and mother was Catherine.

Christopher Marlowe Education

Marlowe was jointed in The King’s School which is in Canterbury and Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. He was educated with scholarship and got his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1584. In the year of 1587, university hold his masters degree in granting because of frequently absence to university and converted to Roman Catholicism. At this situation Privy Council sent a declaration notice to university has he was now working “on matters touching the benefit of his country,” then he got his master’s degree from university on same schedule.

Christopher Marlowe Literary Career

Marlowe first drama was Dido, Queen of Carthage. This drama was performed by Children of the Chapel which was a company of boys actors. This drama was performed in between 1587 and 1593. Marlowe’s second drama and performance was the two-part Tamburlaine the Great (which was published in 1590). This drama was Marlowe’s first acted himself on the stage in London and was the first English drama in blank verse. Christopher Marlowe dramas are,

  1. Dido, Queen of Carthage (c.1586)
  2. Tamburlaine, part 1 (c.1587)
  3. Tamburlaine, part 2 (c.1587–1588)
  4. The Jew of Malta (c.1589)
  5. Doctor Faustus (c.1589, or, c.1593)
  6. Edward II (c.1592)
  7. The Massacre at Paris (c.1593)

Marlowe Arrest and Death

The continues gossips of Christopher Marlowe’s unbelief finally arrested for just that crime on Sunday May 20th, 1593. Finally on May 30th 1593, Marlowe was murdered by Ingram Frizer. Frizer was took help of Nicholas Skeres and Robert Poley, then killed Marlowe. But Marlowe death was still mysterious.

What Are The Storage Options For Cremated Ashes

Storage Options For Cremated Ashes

How and Where to Store Cremation Ashes ?

Usually cremation ashes or funeral ashes will be stored safely in cremation urns ashes for final disposition which are available in the market with stylish finishing and beautiful designs. These memorial urns are simple stylish appearance, hand made by skilled artisans and order your own design also.

Some people wants to bury the cremated ashes or float the ashes in water. For this kind of planning, they need to buy biodegradable cremation urn. But some people wants to keep their loved one’s cremation ashes in his/her own house.

Below are some methods for storing cremation ashes.

  • Placing the cremation urn which is filled with your loved one’s funeral ash in a Columbarium. Columbarium is a room which is located at church or cemetery. On this urn, we can photographs or mementos our loved one for remembrance.
  • The cremation remains may also place at under ground of tomb or mausoleum. This method mostly preferred by Roman Catholics.
  • Some people will choose to bury the funeral ashes in a cremation plot.
  • One more idea is to hold the cremation ashes and store the ashes in the form of a cremation bench or memorial rock.
  • One of the famous top idea to hold the cremation ashes is to fill the funeral ash in glass, jewelry, diamond and wear house. This method is popular in USA, UK, Switzerland and various countries.
  • One more method, dispose some amount of cremated ashes in land, air or floating water and remaining keep in jewelry like necklace, bracelet, rings, pedants or lockets by which you can keep their memories always with you.

Follow any above method to store the final cremated ashes of your loved one’s who expired. If your loved one like jewelry in his life, hold their funeral ash in jewelry and wear it after he expires. Like this store the cremation ash safely and keep remembering those memories alive.

Storing cremation ashes will be a record of your loved one and it will bring the memories to future generations too.

How To Remembering a Beloved One

How To Remembering a Beloved One

Remembering a Beloved Pet With Memorial Urns

Pets are one of our family members in our home. It is our responsibility to give love and respect to our loyal beloved pets Which was recently leave us or passes away. Every year September month is national pet memorial, so keep remembering you loved pet with pet memorial urns for ashes. Pets are true family member in every one life and will surely miss after pet death.

Many pet owners don’t have sufficient amount to host full cremation for loss their pets. But some pet owners choose pet memorial urns for hold funeral ash. Pet burial services are very costly and these type of services available in some areas only.

Here include some dignify your pet’s parting

  • Holding one candle and minute of silence to recollect memories of dear pet.
  • Make a memory box or board with pet memories.
  • Remember the memories with display photos of your pet as a standing memorial.
  • Invite your close friends to come and offer a memory of your pet.
  • Make a donation or work as volunteer in a local animal shelter or charity.

Make that having closure with a memorial thing, whether with your close friends or family members. It will help you to grieving process. Having a touchable memento in your home, like pet memorial urn with a photo or pet paw prints, it will help you know that your pet may be expired, but it is not forgotten.

Pet memorial urns for ashes are available in urns market with different styles and designs to hold your pet cremation ashes safely. Pet cremation urns are always remembering your pet memories alive.

Daniel Defoe

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Daniel Defoe

Daniel Defoe

Daniel Defoe Biography

Daniel Defoe was famous British English trader, writer, merchant, journalist. Daniel Defoe most famous novel Robinson Crusoe. He was a great pamphleteer and spy. Defoe wrote more than 500 books in his career which are includes politics, crime, psychology, marriage, relationships and etc.

Daniel Defoe Early Life

Daniel Defoe date of birth records not having exact information. But as per the sources born between 1659 to 1662, consider most likely in 1660 and died on 24th April 1731 London, England. Daniel Defoe father was James Foe who is prosperous tallow chandler. Daniel Defoe actual name was Daniel foe, later he changed his name to Daniel Defoe because of sound gentlemanly.

Daniel Defoe Education

Defoe was studied at the Rev. James Fisher’s boarding school which is in Pixham Lane in Dorking, Surrey. Defoe completed graduation at Newington Green, organized by the Reverend Charles Morton.

Daniel Defoe Business Career

In 1683, Defoe was entered in to the business world as a general merchant. He was dealing with hosiery, general woolen goods and wine. He was rarely out of debts. In 1703, he was decided to stop business.

Daniel Defoe Family & Marriage Life

In 1684, Daniel Defoe married to Mary Tuffley, who was the daughter of a London merchant. He was received dowry of 3,700 GBP. But the married life was most likely troubled. They together gave birth to 8 children, 6 of whom survived.

Daniel Defoe As Writer

Defoe’s first notable publication was published in 1697, this publication discussed upon Projects, it was a series of suggestions for social and economic improvement. He continued his career as a political writer and journalist until 1700. Defoe many publications are supports to king William III.