Darwin, Emma, 1808 - 1896 (nee Wedgwood, wife of Charles Darwin)
- Existence: 1808 - 1896
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Single undated letter from Emma Darwin to her grandson Bernard Darwin (1876-1961) in which she describes some of her activities during a stay in Brighton.
Single letter dated 11 July  from Emma Darwin to her daughter-in-law Ellen Wordsworth Darwin née Crofts (1856-1903), second wife of Francis Darwin in which she describes a gathering of family and friends at Down House.
A collection of three letters from Emma Darwin to Francis. Two of the letters are dated (5 June 1878 amd 22 July 1879 respectively - the latter is incomplete) and the third is thought to have been sent before 26 August 1880. The letters convey news of Frank's son Bernard and other family members.
A collection of five letters from Emma Darwin to Mary Anne Ruck (1822-1905) née Matthews, mother of Amy Richenda Ruck (1850-1876), first wife of Francis Darwin. None of the letters are dated. The first of the letters is concerned with arrangements for a possible first visit by Mary Ruck and her daughter Amy to Down House. Subsequent letters carry news of Amy and Frank's son Bernard and other family members.