Charlotte Bronte’s wedding bonnet, a replica of her wedding dress, and her marriage settlement (leaving everything to her father, not Arthur Bell Nicholls; this was revoked utterly by her will, which left everything without question to her husband, who took care of her father after her death for six years). Nicholls burned her wedding dress to keep it out of the hands of souvenir hunters.

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