Susannah Fanning was born 31 Aug. 1836 and bapt. 25 Dec. 1836. I have her in the census: 1841 - with parents 1851 - H0107/1513/312/33 - Holborn St. Andrew. She was 1 of 31 resident girls or young ladies, who were "Wayward Girls of the Street" and who wanted to change their way of life. Her "waywardness was as a result, presumably, of the death of her sister Mary Eliza  and her mother . She was 12 years old when her mother died. I was told once the name and address of this facility - but I can't find my notes on it. I would appreciate any information forthcoming. She was likely influenced by the apparent successful apprenticeship of her brother Thomas Digby to Arthur John Wadsworth - commenced 30 Apr. 1846 - and still ongoing as of 1851. 1861- RG9/24/89/8 - sh is a General Servant @ 12 Cornwall Road, Hammersmith. Her employer was Clara M.C. Daniel the 30 year old wife of a member of the Cheshire Militia. She had 5 children - 7,4,2,1 and 3mos. What I found 'neat' about this census was the occupation of her mother - a widow - "hand-holder". It seems likely Susannah lost her job sometime in the mid 1860's when Clara Daniel's husband [Capt. John Hinton Daniel] died 2nd q. 1863 and then Clara died 17 May 1866 according to Probate Records. The next sightings of Susannah are: 1] Dec. 1875 - Burial register of South Metropolitan Cemetery - staing her residence was 6 Elliott Bank, Sydenham Hill 2] 7 Dec. 1875 - Death 3] 9 Dec. 1875 - Cause of Death - Aneurysm of the Aorta - certified as a result of an inquest by the Coroner for Kent in Greenwich. 4] 10 Dec. 1875 - Norwood Cemetery, Norwood Road, Lambeth. This burial appears likely as being in a re-used grave. It is also likely that Thomas Digby was responsible for the expenses of burial as in the 1871 census he is married with 2 children and living @ 28 Outfield Road in the village of Penge. I would appreciate any information on her life between 1861& 1875.