Advanced This wiki This wiki All wikis Advanced Search Options Select all (Main)TalkUserUser talkDownton Abbey WikiDownton Abbey Wiki talkFileFile talkMediaWikiMediaWiki talkTemplateTemplate talkHelpHelp talkCategoryCategory talkForumForum talkUser blogUser blog commentBlogBlog talkModuleModule talkMessage WallThreadMessage Wall GreetingBoardBoard ThreadTopic Articles Photos and Videos Blogs People Everything About 1,000 results for Downton Abbey Wiki  Downton Abbey is a British period drama that won a Golden Globe for best drama mini-series in 2012. It begins in pre-World War I England, right after the sinking of the https://downtonabbey.fandom.com/wiki/Downton_Abbey_Wiki Mary Talbot Lady Mary Josephine Talbot, née Crawley (born 1891) is the eldest daughter of Robert Crawley, Earl of Grantham and his American heiress wife, Cora Crawley (née Levinson), as well as the mother of the current https://downtonabbey.fandom.com/wiki/Mary_Talbot Edith Pelham Edith Pelham (née Crawley), Marchioness of Hexham, (born 1892 ) is the second daughter of Robert and Cora Crawley, sister of Lady Mary Talbot and the late Lady Sybil Branson, granddaughter of Violet Crawley, sister-in https://downtonabbey.fandom.com/wiki/Edith_Pelham Thomas Barrow Thomas Barrow is the current butler, succeeding Charles Carson at Downton Abbey, having formerly worked there as junior footman, first footman, head valet, and under-butler, as well as serving in the army as a https://downtonabbey.fandom.com/wiki/Thomas_Barrow John Bates John Bates (born 1869) is Robert Crawley's valet. Initially he is poorly treated by most of the staff due to the fact that he uses a cane (he was wounded in the Boer War https://downtonabbey.fandom.com/wiki/John_Bates Sybil Branson This is the page for Lady Sybil Branson, daughter of Lord and Lady Grantham. For her daughter, see Miss Sybil Branson. Lady Sybil Cora Branson (née Crawley; born April, May or June 1895 — Between April https://downtonabbey.fandom.com/wiki/Sybil_Branson Tom Branson Tom Branson, (born between September 1884 and September 1885 ), is the former chauffeur and the current estate manager for Downton Abbey. He is an Irish socialist and a member of the Branson family. He is https://downtonabbey.fandom.com/wiki/Tom_Branson Matthew Crawley Matthew Reginald Crawley (b. 1885 - September 1921 ) was a lawyer from Manchester and the only son of the late Doctor Reginald Crawley and of his nurse wife, Isobel. By his father he was a distant https://downtonabbey.fandom.com/wiki/Matthew_Crawley Henry Talbot Henry Talbot is the nephew of Lady Shackleton, a longtime friend of Violet Crawley. During a visit to Brancaster Castle, Henry catches the eye of Violet's eldest granddaughter, Lady Mary Crawley, and eventually marries https://downtonabbey.fandom.com/wiki/Henry_Talbot Rose Aldridge Lady Rose Aldridge (née MacClare ) (b. 1902 ) is the youngest child of Hugh and Susan MacClare, the niece of Agatha and Louisa, the younger sister of James and Annabelle, the sister-in-law of Annabelle https://downtonabbey.fandom.com/wiki/Rose_Aldridge Anna Bates Anna May Bates (née Smith) (b. 1886) was head housemaid at Downton Abbey and is currently lady's maid to Lady Mary Crawley. She is also the wife of John Bates. She gave birth to https://downtonabbey.fandom.com/wiki/Anna_Bates List of minor off screen characters This page is a list of all the characters who do not appear on screen in Downton Abbey but are mentioned by the established characters. [edit this section] Click [More] to see more info... Click https://downtonabbey.fandom.com/wiki/List_of_minor_off_screen_characters Cora Crawley Cora Crawley (née Levinson), Countess of Grantham, Viscountess Downton (b. 1868 ) is the American heiress daughter of Martha and Isidore Levinson and sister of Harold Levinson. She married Robert Crawley, Viscount Downton who became Earl https://downtonabbey.fandom.com/wiki/Cora_Crawley Daisy Mason Daisy Mason (née Robinson) is an assistant cook (formerly kitchen maid) at Downton Abbey and the widow of William Mason. She lives under the strict but caring eye of Mrs Patmore, the cook. Daisy was https://downtonabbey.fandom.com/wiki/Daisy_Mason Herbert Pelham Herbert Pelham, 7th Marquess of Hexham, known as Bertie, is the owner of Brancaster Castle in Northumberland. He is second cousin once-removed to his predecessor, under whom he served as Brancaster's agent. On https://downtonabbey.fandom.com/wiki/Herbert_Pelham Robert Crawley Robert Crawley, the 7th Earl of Grantham and Viscount Downton; simply addressed as Lord Grantham, (born 1866 ) is the patriarch of the Crawley family and the co-owner of Downton Abbey (along with his eldest https://downtonabbey.fandom.com/wiki/Robert_Crawley Violet Crawley Violet Crawley, Dowager Countess of Grantham (b. 1842 ), is the matriarch of the Crawley Family by her marriage to the late Earl of Grantham and a relative of the MacClare Family via her niece and https://downtonabbey.fandom.com/wiki/Violet_Crawley Marigold Marigold (late December, 1922 or early January 1923) is the illegitimate daughter and only child of Edith Pelham and the late Michael Gregson. She is the third grandchild and second granddaughter of Robert and Cora https://downtonabbey.fandom.com/wiki/Marigold Charles Carson Charles Ernest Carson (b. 1856 ) was the butler of Downton Abbey and began working at Downton Abbey as a Second Footman at the age of 19. He lived at the estate to witness the birth https://downtonabbey.fandom.com/wiki/Charles_Carson Elsie Carson Elsie May Carson (née Hughes) (b.1862 ) is the head housekeeper and she is in charge of all the female servants. More or less, she runs the entire servant branch of Downton Abbey alongside Thomas https://downtonabbey.fandom.com/wiki/Elsie_Carson Isobel Grey Isobel Grey (formerly Crawley, née Turnbull; b. between 1853 and 1862 ), the Baroness Merton, is a doctor's daughter and a member-in-law of the Crawley family and the Grey family; the former by https://downtonabbey.fandom.com/wiki/Isobel_Grey William Mason William Mason (d. 26 July, 1918) was the second footman at Downton Abbey until his conscription into the British army in World War I. He was the son of Mr Mason and the husband of https://downtonabbey.fandom.com/wiki/William_Mason Crawley family The Crawleys are a wealthy aristocratic family who live in and hold rights to the Downton Abbey estate (which they have held since at least 1772, when the 1st Earl of Grantham was raised to https://downtonabbey.fandom.com/wiki/Crawley_family Sarah O'Brien Sarah O'Brien, also known as Miss O'Brien or simply O'Brien, was lady's maid to Cora Crawley, Countess of Grantham. She is never particularly happy, and although she sometimes flatters the ladies https://downtonabbey.fandom.com/wiki/Sarah_O'Brien Michael Gregson Michael Gregson (b. 1879 or 1880 — d. 1922) was an editor and publisher for The Sketch, a society magazine based in London. 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