So, Anna Carolina Eugenia, Contessa di Tergolina, subject of my Sketches post. Thanks to the wizardry of ancestry.com, we now have the following data:
1) Her marriage certificate reveals that her birth name is Caroline Crickmore. ("Anna Carolina Eugenia" no doubt sounded much more snazzy.) Anna's/Caroline's father, Thomas, was an engineer.
2) She married Vincenzo di Tergolina in 1859.
3) Intriguingly, according to the death index, Anna/Caroline and Vincenzo died within a couple of months of each other, both in 1889. Coincidence? Grief? Carriage accident? (That last is not snarky, by the way--severe injuries would explain why they might have died relatively close together.) Unfortunately, I can't see their death certificates online.
4) I trekked over to the British Newspaper Archive. A newspaper report in the Morning Post (23 December 1875) suggests that Vincenzo was part of a "Palestine Society" designed to encourage Jews to return...where else? Given his evangelical leanings, that's not surprising.
5) The Count served on the London Committee of the Italian Exhibition in 1888, alongside such luminaries as Lord Tennyson (Pall Mall Gazette [28 April 1888]). In general, he appears to have rebounded nicely from going bankrupt in 1864.