|Died||31 May 1870 (aged 54)|
|Occupation||Policeman, judge, gold commissioner|
|Known for||Resolving the Grouse Creek War|
Brew's name was conferred on two mountain summits in British Columbia, both named Mount Brew. The higher one at 2,891 m (9,485 ft) is located just south of the Fraser Canyon town of Lillooet, and which is the second-highest in the Lillooet Ranges after Skihist Mountain. The other is just east of Likely, British Columbia in the Cariboo district, 2,057 m (6,749 ft), adjacent to Quesnel Lake.
- Ormsby, Margaret. "Chartres Brew." In Dictionary of Canadian Biography, vol. IX. Toronto: University of Toronto, 1976, 81-3.