For further details, see his entry in Wikipedia
Sir Charles Alexander Cameron
In the 1901 and 1911 censuses of Ireland, he lived at 57 Pembroke Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin.
In the 1901 census, Charles, aged 70, a widower, was living at Pembroke Road, Dublin. Living with him were,
Lucie, aged 31.
Helena, aged 30.
Ernest Stuart, aged 27.
Ewen Henry, aged 18.
In the 1911 census, Charles, aged 80, a widower, he stated he was 80 years old on 16 July 1910.
He noted that 8 children had been born, 5 of whom were still alive. William, Edwin and Mervyn, had died before 1911, and Charles and Ewen would die shortly after.
He described himself as, Knt., C.B., M.D., M.O.H., & Chemical Analyst.
Living with him were,
Charles John, aged 46, born 3 July 1866, a captain in the army, born in Co. Dublin
Lucie, aged 43, born 8 October 1869, no occupation, born in City of Dublin.
Ernest Stuart, aged 39, born 29 Sept. 1873, a Chemical Analyst, born in City of Dublin.
His son Ewen does not appear to have been recorded anywhere in Ireland in 1911.
Sir Charles was a well-known and respected Victorian reformer, concerned with housing and sanitation improvements.
for further details on some of his children, see the bio of his wife Lucie.
Sir Charles Cameron was survived by his daughters Lucie and Helena, and his son Ernest.
The mathematician, William Rowan Hamilton is buried in the grave immediately adjoining.
Gravesite Details The inscription for Sir Charles Cameron, on the tablet at the base of the headstone is too badly worn to be deciphered.