One day in September 1821, in a Yorkshire village church, a man and six children were standing around a tomb.
They were burying a woman: the man's wife, the children's mother.
All the children were very young, and within a few years the two eldest had also died.
Close to the wild beauty of the Yorkshire wilderness, the father raised his young family.
Who had heard of Haworth's Bront 235 then?
Branwell died young, but his sisters became famous writers.
But they didn't live to grow old or to enjoy their fame.
Only his father was left, alone with his memories.