Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria
Charlotte was born in England where she married John Barrett Fogg (1807–1852), a landed gentleman, and they had eight children.
In 1850, Charlotte migrated with seven of her children to Launceston, Tas. Her husband went to Vic. and died at Ovens goldfields.
In 1856, Charlotte married Edward Dumaresq (1802-1906), a surveyor and settler at 'Mount Ireh' estate near Longford Tas. The marriage failed, but in 1864 she sought action in the courts for financial support, and Dumaresq agreed to pay her £300 per year.
Charlotte probably collected MEL specimens (as 'Mrs Dumaresq') at George Town, 1869.
Her daughter, Sarah Ann Fogg (1829-1922), was a watercolourist, and exhibited paintings of Tasmanian wildflowers at the Paris Universal Exhibition of 1855.
Charlotte died in 1892 in her 85th year.
Source: extracted from: Maroske, Sara and Vaughan, Alison (2014) 'Ferdinand Mueller's female plant
collectors: a biographical register', Muelleria Vol.32 [consult for source references]