Charlotte Champe Stearns. Charlotte Champe Eliot (née Stearns; October 22, 1843 – September 10, 1929),  was an American school teacher, poet, biographer, and social worker. 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 ...
Charlotte Champe Stearns Eliot ( 1843 – 1929) 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).
Charlotte Champe Stearns Eliot, was a school teacher, poet, and social worker. She was the daughter-in-law of William Greenleaf Eliot, a leading minister in St. Louis, Missouri and a founder of Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, mother of T.S. Eliot, a famous poet, editor and literary critic, and spouse of Henry Ware Eliot, who ran ...
On October 27, 1868 at Lexington, Massachusetts Eliot married Charlotte Champe Stearns. They were the parents of two sons and five daughters: Ada (Eliot) Sheffield; Margaret Dawes Eliot; Charlotte (Eliot) Smith; Marian Cushing Eliot; Henry Ware Eliot Jr.; Theodora Sterling Eliot and the poet Thomas Stearns Eliot .
His mother, Charlotte Champe Stearns (1843–1929), who wrote poetry, was a social worker, which was a new profession in the U.S. in the early 20th century. Eliot was the last of six surviving children.
Thomas Stearns Eliot nasceu na família Eliot, uma família de classe média originária da Nova Inglaterra, que se mudou para St. Louis, Missouri.  Seu pai, Henry Ware Eliot (1843-1919), foi um empresário bem sucedido em St. Louis. Sua mãe, Charlotte Champe Stearns (1843-1929), escreveu poesias e foi uma assistente social.
Links 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).