Sarah was known as `Pussy`.
Sarah and Robert had no children, she being almost 50 when they married.
From: Hugh Casement
Dr (Robert) Charles BROWN, of Chatfield House, 103a London Road, Croydon; b. Nayland, Suffolk, 1867 May 3; d. 'Dainton', Coulsdon, Surrey, 1924 June 17 age 57. Is presumably the Robert Brown, b. "Reyland" 1867-68, who was educ. at Christ's Hospital, City of London,; Selwyn House, Cambridge, 1884 Oct. 10 (BA 1887, MB & BCh 1893). Senior house surgeon, Blackburn & East Lancashire Infirmary; lived in Diss, Norfolk, in 1901; Bexhill, Sussex, in 1903; practising in Croydon by 1904. Served in the Great War as Capt. in the RAMC. m. at the parish church, St Marylebone, London, 1902 Jan. 25, Sara or Sarah, widow of Dr Frederick Edmund Hubbard, LRCP, MRCSE, of Diss, 3rd and youngest daughter of the late William Weller of Amersham, Bucks., and his late wife Lydia, n