I had an email from a lady enquiring about Camilla Carrington -
Camilla Shafto Carrington was born 10 September 1822 in Heatherton Park, Somerset, only child of Rev. Robert Palk Carrington and Camilla Ann Adair, a few hours before her mother died of burns she received when she caught her dress on fire.
On 10 September 1822, at the residence of her father in Heatherton Park, Somerset, Mrs. Camilla Carrington caught her dress on fire whilst heating some varnish and in moments was engulfed in flames. Despite efforts by her father [William Adair] and her brother, Alexander Shafto Adair, they could do nothing for her. A few hours before she died as a result of her burns, she was delivered of a female child who is living and likely to do well. [from the Exeter Flying Post newspaper, September 1822, found by Stephen Coombes, 2002]
Henry John Beaumont Swete and his wife Camilla Shafto Carrington may have separated. He was "of Brussels" on 24 April 1871 [see next entry]. She died 15 November 1871 in Leamington, Warwickshire, "formerly of Douglas, Isle of Man." Administration was granted to her son Fanshawe Carrington Beaumont Swete and [his father-in-law] Dr. Peter Royle, MD, of 27 Lever Street, Piccadilly, Manchester. Effects under £1000. Henry John Beaumont Swete died 24 January 1882 at Endsleigh Place, Plympton St. Mary, Devon. Administration was granted on 28 February 1883 to his son Fanshawe Carrington Beaumont Swete of Westbourne Villa, Budleigh Salterton, Devon. Effects £171. [Research by Stephen Coombes, 2002]
Many thanks to Stephen Coombes and to Camilla's relative who compiled the above.