Emily Brontė is buried in St. Michael and All Angels' Church, Haworth,
On October 1st 1848 Emily Brontė left Haworth parsonage for the last
time to attend her brother Bramwell's funeral (he died of consumption).
Unfortunately, she caught a severe cold which lead to inflammation of
the lungs and she also died of consumption shortly after, on the 19
December 1848. She was only 29 years old.
Reputedly she refused any family help or medical assistance during her
Her sister Charlotte is also buried in the family vault but Anne was
laid to rest in St. Mary's churchyard, Scarborough.
In 1845 Charlotte discovered a collection of Emily's poems and was so impressed by
their quality that she suggested the sisters should issue a joint publication. Their
poems appeared under the pseudonyms Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell but,
unfortunately, did not sell well.
Inside Haworth Church and