1772 – Was born in Wolverhampton is a English genre painter.
1817 – On the 28th of June, Mary was put on a boat for Philadelphia, in the company of three strictly religious ladies whom Mrs.
1824 – She returned to England, where she exhibited herself as Princess Caraboo in New Bond Street, London, and later in Bristol and Bath.
1829 – Mary subsequently travelled in France and Spain, but returned to England to marry and settle down in Bristol, where she had a daughter.
1864 – She died on Christmas Eve, aged 75, of a probable heart attack. She was buried in the Hebron Road Burial Ground, Bedminster, Bristol, and lies there still, in an unmarked grave.
– Among his works are the "Choristers Rehearsing", the "Field of Chevy Chase" and the "Day after the Battle".