ROBLEY BROWNE. On January 10 , at Elm House, Tring, Mildred, widow of Surgeon Captain Robley Browne, R.N. and sister of Sybil Wiltshire. Funeral service 12.30 p.m. Monday 15th January at the Oxford Crematorium, Bayswater Road, Headington, Oxford..
The Times/ January 15, 1973.
MRS ROBLEY BROWN Mrs. H.J.L. Osborne writes: Mildred Robley Browne who died on January 10 was the creator of three distinguished girls’ schools, Leith Grove, Highfield and Hampden House. R.B. (as she was known to her pupils throughout the years) will be greatly missed by generations of girls to whom she was headmistress, counsellor and friend. This remarkable, vital and colourful woman was ahead of her time as an educationalist and her eccentricity of dress and red hair, together with her informed frankness, made her an unforgettable person. She was loved by parents and pupils and her death leaves a gap in many lives.
The Times/January 20, 1973.
ROBLEY BROWNE. A service of thanks for the life and friendship of Mildred Robley Browne, late Head-mistress of Highfield and Hampden House Schools will be held at All Souls Church, Langham Place, W.1. on Thursday, 1st March, at 11.30 a.m.
The Times/February 27, 1973.