Charles Fourier STOLLMEYER


Name: Charles Fourier STOLLMEYER  P0052a 
Parents: Conrad F STOLLMEYER  
Occupation:Asphalt manufacturer   
Spouse 1Elizabeth GUMBLETON
Married 6 May 1867
Port of Spain, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago
Between 1902 and 1904 he built 'Stollmeyer Castle', designed by the Sottish architect Robert Gillies. It was patterned after a wing of Balmoral Castle.

However, Mrs Stollmeyer found the building too elaborate for her simple taste and the Stollmeyers never moved into it. Their son, Conrad C. Stollmeyer took possession of the house in 1904 and named it 'Killarney'. 

DateEventPlaceReference
7 May 1867 Charles Fourier STOLLMEYER referenced in Marriage of Elizabeth Gumbleton, 1867 Port of Spain, Trinidad View details


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