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  1. She was the mother of T.S. Eliot, a famous poet, editor and literary critic, wife of Henry Ware Eliot, who ran the Hydraulic Press Brick Company in St. Louis, Missouri, and daughter-in-law of William Greenleaf Eliot, a leading minister in St. Louis and a founder of Washington University .

  2. Wikipedia: Charlotte Champe Stearns Eliot The Henry Ware Eliot T. S. Eliot Collection, Houghton Library, Harvard The poet’s mother, born on 22 October in Baltimore, Maryland, the second child and second daughter of Thomas Stearns (1811–96) and Charlotte Blood Stearns (1818–93).

  3. Charlotte Champe Stearns Eliot (1843–1929), the poet’s mother, was born on 22 October 1843 in Baltimore, Maryland, the second child and second daughter of Thomas Stearns (1811–96) and Charlotte Blood Stearns (1818–93). She went first to private schools in Boston and Sandwich, followed by three years at the State Normal School ...

  4. 9 de mai. de 2024 · The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica. Last Updated: May 9, 2024 • Article History. T.S. Eliot. In full: Thomas Stearns Eliot. Born: September 26, 1888, St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. Died: January 4, 1965, London, England (aged 76) Founder: “The Criterion” Awards And Honors: Nobel Prize (1948) Notable Works: “Ash Wednesday” “Burnt Norton”

  5. 14 de dez. de 2019 · Charlotte Champe (Stearns) Eliot (1843 - 1929) CharlotteChampe Eliot formerly Stearns. Born 22 Oct 1843 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. Ancestors. Daughter of Thomas Stearns Jr and Charlotte (Blood) Stearns. [sibling (s) unknown] Wife of Henry Ware Eliot — married 27 Oct 1868 in Lexington, Massachusetts. Descendants.

  6. By Charlotte Champe Stearns Eliot (Mrs. Henry W. Eliot, Sr.), Secretary. Page 81: The Wednesday Club : typescript carbon poem. [Found loose, removed to folder]

  7. T.S. Eliot was born in St. Louis, Missouri, the youngest son of Henry Ware Eliot (1843-1919) and Charlotte Stearns Eliot (nee Charlotte Champe Stearns, 1843-1929). One of the Eliot's children had died in infancy, but five siblings remained to share T.S. Eliot's life: Ada (1869-1943), Margaret (1871-1956), Charlotte (1874-1926), Marian (1877 ...