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CONVERTS TO ROME 

A LIST OF ABOUT 

FOUR THOUSAND PROTESTANTS 



WHO HAVE RECENTLY BECOME 



KOMAN CATHOLICS. 



COMPILED BY 



W. GORDON GORMAN, 

EDITOR OF THE TWO LAST EDITIONS OF "ROME'S RECRUITS." 




SECOND im^mT^^^mll EDITION. 



LONDON : 

AY. SWAN SONNENSCHEIN AND CO., 
PATERNOSTER SQUARE. 

1885. 



PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION. 



CONSIDERING the reception which has been accorded to the 
new issue of " Converts to Eome," and bearing in mind the 
comments of the Press, 1 think it necessary to make a few 
observations on points which will interest my readers. 

As several reviewers, notably those connected with Dissenting 
Organs, have been under the impression that I have been 
honoured by the assistance of the Premier in the compilation 
of my work, it will be as well to state that the following 
letter, written by Mr. Gladstone to the late Editor of the 
Whitehall Review, has been the sole cause why the right 
honourable gentleman's name appears in my preface : 

"Hawarden, Oct. 11, 1878. 

" DP;AR SIR, 

" I thank you for sending me the Whitehall Review with 
the various lists of secessions to the Koman Church. I am glad 
they have been collected, and I am further glad to hear they 
are to be published in the form of a pamphlet. For good, 
according to some, or for evil, according to others, they form 
as a group an event of much interest and significance. 

"It would very greatly add to the value of the coming 
pamphlet, if an approximate statement of dates could be made 
part of it. To give the year in each case would probably be 
very difficult ; but would it be difficult to give decades 1 Say 



IV PKEFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION. 

from 1820 or 1830. Even to divide yet more largely would 
still be useful ; as thus : 

1. Before 1840. 

2. 18401860. 

3. Since 'I860. 

"You will, I am sure, excuse this suggestion, and again 
accept my thanks. 

" I remain, 

" Yours very faithfully, 

"W. E. GLADSTONE." 

I regret to find that the following names inadvertently 
appeared in the lists : 

Rev. S. W. Wayte, B.D., late President of Trinity College, Oxford. 

General Brine, K.E. 

D. C. Lathbury, Esq., Brasenose Coll., Oxon. 

J. O. Halliwell-Phillips, Esq. 

The late Lucius Kelly, Esq., Barrister. 

These gentlemen have not joined the Catholic Church, 
and my apologies are due to them for being the unwilling 
medium of propagating that which was not correct. 

The name of Lady Chichester should not have been given, 
as I am informed by a near relative of her ladyship that the 
family never deserted the " Old Faith." 

A doubt which I confess to having at first entertained as to 
the propriety of giving publicity to a spiritual change, of which 
the world took little note, has long since proved, I am glad to 
say, to be without foundation. Not one letter of an objecting 
nature has yet reached me ; on the contrary, publicity has 
been courted with a frankness which speaks well for the con- 
stancy, the self-respect, and even enthusiasm of the con- 
verts. 

In a critique which appeared in the columns of the Record 



PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION. V 

it was stated that the converts from Koine to Protestantism 
greatly outnumbered my list. Xow I have a brochure entitled, 
" Protestant Recruits," compiled by Montagu Eussell Butler, 
Esq. The little work gives the names of 420 " Converts to 
Protestantism" from all parts of the habitable globe, but I 
beg leave to question whether one half of the number have 
really become Protestants. 

Had I acted on the suggestions of some, and had given a 
list embracing all members of society, I should have had to 
publish a volume which for dimensions would have favourably 
compared with the " Post-Office Directory," a task from which, 
I think, I have wisely shrunk. My main object has been to 
issue a work which, according to the Christian Globe, " gives one 
a startling view of the rapid advancement which Roman 
Catholicism has made of late years in certain quarters ;" and the 
Christian says, " A glance through its pages will astonish some 
people who doubt the increase of Popery in these days." 

In justice to myself, I have to state that I had nothing to do 
with the early editions of " Rome's Recruits." Most of the 
inaccuracies, I find, have occurred in those editions, therefore I 
am not answerable for them. At the same time, I must say, 
in all fairness to the late editor of the Whitehall Review, that it 
was that gentleman's great desire to have the lists most 
scrupulously accurate. 

I have been enabled to add many new names to this edition ; 
have obtained dates of conversion, and have corrected a few 
orthographical errors. 

Some who have taken a great interest in my work would 
have been glad to be able to ascertain from what denomination 
each convert has been recruited, and the individual cause of 
submitting to the Roman Church ; but with regard to these 
matters, I can only add that the necessary information would 
be most difficult to procure. 

In conclusion, it will be found by a cursory inspection of the 
lists, that there is hardly a single English noble family that 
has not given one or more of its members to the Roman 



VI PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION. 

Catholic Church, and the intercourse thus opened between the 
two formerly uncommunicating camps has resulted in a feeling 
of mutual good-will and friendliness which the greatest 
intellects and the largest hearts on each side cordially 

W. G. G. 



CONVERTS TO ROME. 



THE NOBILITY AND GENTKY. 



THE late Duke of Leeds 
(Francis, 7th), who sat in 
the House of Commons as 
Marquis of Carmarthen. 

The Marquis of Bute (John 
Patrick Crichton - Stuart), 
LL.D., K.T., Knight Grand 
Cross of the Holy Sepulchre, 
Knight of the Order of St. 
Gregory the Great and Here- 
ditary Keeper of Rothesay 
Castle ; Christ College, Ox- 
ford. (1869.) 

The Marquis of Ripoii (George 
Frederick Samuel Robinson), 
K.G., P.C., G.M.S.I., D.C.L., 
ox-Grand Master of Free- 
masons ; Chairman of the 
Catholic Poor- School Com- 
mittee ; formerly Lord Pre- 
sident of Council, sometime 
Governor-General of India. 
(1874.) 

The Earl of Abingdon, Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel of the Berk- 
shire Militia and President of 
the Portsmouth Voluntary 
School Association. (1858.) 

The Earl of Ashburnham (Ber- 
tram Ashburnham), Knight 
of the Order of St. John of 
Jerusalem, and Knight Grand 
Cross of the Order of Pius. 
(1872.) 



The late Earl of Buchan. 

The late Edward, Earl of Castle 
Stuart. (1834.) 

The Earl of Denbigh (Rudolph 
William Basil Feilding), Count 
of the Holy Roman Empire : 
Knight Grand Cross of the 
Order of Pius ; Yice- President 
of the Aged Poor Society. 
(1850.) 

The late Earl of Dunraven. 
(1855.) 

The late Earl of Gainsborough 
(Charles George Noel), Knight 
of the Order of Christ : 
Lord-Lieutenant and Gustos 
Rotulorum of Rutlandshire. 
(1851.) 

The Earl of Granard (George 
Arthur Hastings Forbes), 
K.P., Knight and President 
in Great Britain and Ireland 
of the Order of Malta ; Knight 
Grand Cross of the Order of 
St. Gregory the Great ; Lieu- 
tenant - Colonel commanding 
9th battalion P.C.O, Rifle 
Brigade ; one of the Senate 
of the Royal University of 
Ireland, and President of the 
Catholic Union of Ireland. 
(1869.) 

The Earl of Orford (Horatio 
William Walpole), of Trinity 
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CONVERTS TO ROME. 



College, Cambridge, formerly 
M.P. for Norfolk and J.P. and 
D.L. for same county. 

The late Earl of Eoscommon. 
(1850.) 

Viscount Bury (William Coutts 
Keppel, Lord Ashford), P.C., 
F.R.G.S., Knight Commander 
of St. Michael and St. George ; 
late Under-Secretary of State 
for War (during the late Lord 
Beaconsfield's Administration, 
1874-80) ; Lieutenant-Colonel 
of the 12th Middlesex R.V.C. ; 
Vice-President of the Ports- 
mouth Voluntary School As- 
sociation ; eldest son of the 
Earl of Albemarle, who fought 
at Waterloo. (1879.) 

Lord Beaumont (Henry Staple- 
ton), of the 17th Lancers, 
Knight Grand Cross of the 
Holy Sepulchre, and Knight 
of Malta ; J.P. for West 
Riding of York ; D.L. for 
Middlesex, has Military Orders 
from King of Bavaria and 
Grand Dukes of Mecklenburg 
and Baden. (1869.) 

Lord Braye (Alfred Thomas 
Townshend Verney-Cave), of 
Christ Church, Oxford, for- 
merly Captain 3rd Battalion 
Leicestershire Regiment ; J.P. 
and D.L. for Leicestershire and 
Northamptonshire ; Knight of 
Malta. (1870.) 

Lord Emly (William Monsell), 
P.C., M.A., of Oriel College, 
Oxford ; Lord-Lieutenant of 
County Limerick ; sometime 
Postmaster - General during 
the Right Hon. W. E. Glad- 
stone's Administration. 

The late Lord Holland (Henry 
Edward Fox). (1850.) 

The late Lord Howden, G.C.B. 
(better known as General J. 
Caradoc). 

The late Lord Huntingtower. 



Lord North (William' Henry 
North), grandson of the 3rd 
Earl of Guilford, and son of 
the late Baroness North. 

Lord Bennet, of the Rifle 
Brigade, second son of the 
Earl of Tankerville ; at one 
time Midshipman, Royal Navy, 
and A.D.C. to Lord -Lieu- 
tenant of Ireland. (1879.) 

The late Lord Albert Sidney 
Pelham-Clinton, son of the 
5th Duke of Newcastle. 
(1884.) 

Lord Courtenay, of Christ Col- 
lege, Oxford ; J.P. and D.L. 
for Devonshire, for some time 
Captain 1st Devon Yeomanry 
Cavalry ; formerly M.P. for 
Exeter and East Devonshire ; 
eldest son of the Earl of 
Devon. (1870.) 

Lord Archibald Edward Douglas, 
son of the 7th Marquis of 
Queensberry ; a priest, Director 
of St. Vincent's Home for 
Boys, Harrow Road, London, 
W. ; and Chaplain of the 
Society of St. Vincent de 
Paul. ' 

Lord Nigel Kennedy, brother of 
the Marquis of Ailsa. (1850.) 

Lord A. Gilbert Kennedy, ditto. 
(1850.) 

The late Rev. Lord Henry 
Francis Kerr, M.A., of St. 
John's College, Cambridge ; 
J.P. for Devonshire and Rector 
of Dittisham ; son of the 
6th Marquis of Lothian. 
(1852.) 

The late Lord John Kerr, ditto. 
(1852.) 

Lord Ralph Drury Kerr, C.B., 
Colonel of the 10th Hussars : 
son of the 7th Marquis of 
Lothian. (1853.) 

Lord Walter Talbot Kerr, ditto, 
Captain and Commander of 
the Medway Steam Reserve, 



THE NOBILITY AND GEN THY. 



Chatham ; served in Baltic 
during Russian War. (1853.) 

Lord Alexander Gordon Lennox, 
son of the 5th Duke of Rich- 
mond and Gordon. (1878.) 

Rev. Lord Francis Godolphin 
Osborne, M.A., Cambridge, 
Rector of Elm, Frome, and 
son of the 8th Duke of Leeds. 
(1877.) 

Rev. Lord Charles Thynne, 
M.A., of Christ Church, Ox- 
ford, Rector of Kingston 
Deverell and Canon of Canter- 
bury ; son of the 2nd Marquis 
of Bath. (1852.) 

Rev. Comte de la Felde, Vicar 
of Tortington, Chichester. 
(1854.) 

Baron C. A. de Cosson, F.R.G.S., 
of Pycroft, Chertsey. (1877.) 

Count Kearney. 

Rev. Sir John Croker Barrow, 
Baronet, M.A., of University 
College, Oxford ; now a Bar- 
rister-at-law. (1859.) 

The late Sir Arthur Blenner- 
hassett, Baronet. 

The late Sir George Bowyer, 
Baronet, D.C.L., of Oxford ; 
Knight of the Order of St! 
John of Jerusalem ; Knight 
Grand Cross of the Order of 
St. Gregory the Great; Knight 
Commander of the Order of 
Pius ; President of the League 
of St. Sebastian for the Re- 
covery of the Temporal Power 
of the Pope ; Vice-President 
of the Aged Poor Society ; 
late M.P. for County Wex- 
ford, and a Barrister-at-law. 
(1850.) 

Sir John Valentine Bradstreet, 
Baronet, of Cast-ilia, Clontarf,' 
County Dublin ; President of 
the Dublin Council of the 



Society of St. Vincent de 
Paul. (1855.) 

Sir Gilbert Edward Campbell, 
Baronet, of Carrick - Buoy 
Hall, Ballyshannon, County 
Donegal ; Knight- Commander 
of the Orders of Isabella the 
Catholic and Charles III. of 
Spain, of the Holy Sepulchre, 
and other foreign orders. 

The late Sir Lucius Curtis, 
Baronet, of Gatcombe, Hants. 
(1848.) 

The late Sir Charles Compton 
William Domvile, Baronet, 
of Templeogue and Santry 
House, County Dublin. 

Sir William Percival Heathcote, 
Baronet, of Merdon, Bourne- 
mouth, and of Hursley Park, 
Hants. 

Sir Archibald Keppel Macdonald, 
Baronet, of East Sheen, Surrey, 
and of Woolmer, Liphook, 
Hants. 

Rev. Sir Paul William Moles- 
worth, Baronet, of Pencarrow, 
and Kenegie. near Penzance, 
Cornwall ; M.A., of Trinity 
College, Cambridge ; late 
Rector of Tetcott, Devonshire, 
and Vice - President of the 
Aged Poor Societj^. (1852.) 

The late Sir Richard Hunger- 
ford Pollen, Baronet, of 
Bedenham, Hants. 

Sir Joseph Percival Pickford 
Radclitfe, Baronet, of Rud- 
ding Park, Yorkshire, and 
Caverswall Castle, Cheadle, 
Staffordshire. 

The late Sir Arthur Rumbold, 
Baronet. 

The late Sir John Simeon, 
Baronet, M.A., of Christ 
Church, Oxford ; J.P. for 
Southampton and M.P. for 
Isle of Wight. (1851.) 

The late Sir William Stewart, 
Baronet, of Murthley. 
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CONVERTS TO EOMK. 



The late Sir John Button, Baro- 
net, M.A., of Jesus College, 
Cambridge. 

The late Sir J. Talbot, Baronet. 
(1848.) 

The late Sir Vere Francis de 
Vere, Baronet. (1851.) 

Sir Stephen Edward de Vere, 
Baronet, of Curragh Chase, and 
of Monare. Foynes, Limerick, 
brother of the above and of the 
poet Aubrey de Vere ; some- 
time M.P. for Limerick. 
(1851.) 

The late Sir Francis Vincent, 
Baronet. 

The late Sir Charles Wolseley, 
Baronet, of Wolseley, Ruge- 
ley, Staffordshire, grandfather 
of the present Baronet. 

The late Sir Bourchier Wrey, 
Baronet. 



Hon. Charles Bertie, late of the 
47th Regiment ; son of the 
late Earl of Abiugdon. 
(1877.) 

Hon. Arthur Browne, brother 
of Lord Kilmaine. (1881.) 

Hon. Mr. Dillon, late of the 
Home Office. 

Hon. Edward Douglas, of Christ 
Church, Oxford ; a Redemp- 
torist priest at Rome. (1812.) 

Hon. Aubrey Fitzclarence, son 
of the Earl of Munster. 
(1881.) 

Hen. Ashley Carr Glynn, M.A., 
c,\T University College, Oxford. 

Hon. and Rev. William Towry 
Law, M.A., Vicar of Harborne, 
and Chancellor of the Diocese 
of Bath and Wells ; son of 
the 1st Lord Eik-ulc 
(1851.) 

Hon. Colin Lindsay, ex-Presi- 
dent of the English Church 
Union, author of " De Ecclesia 
et Cathedra," etc. ; son of the 



24th Earl of Crawford and 
Balcarres. 

Hon. Charles Horatio Nelson, 
2nd son of the iird Earl 
Xelson. 

Hon. Thomas Xelson, of Keble 
College, Oxford, 3rd son of 
the 3rd Earl Nelson. 

The late Hon. and Rev. George 
Spenser, M.A., son of the 2nd 
Earl Spenser, K.G. ; Chaplain 
to the late Right Rev. Dr. 
Blomfield, Lord Bishop of 
London ; a Passionist priest. 

Hon. and Rev. Algernon C. 
Stanley, M.A., of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, son of 
the late Lord Stanley of 
Alderley ; Incumbent of Holy 
Cross and St. Anne's, Soho ; 
formerly member of the 
Society of the Holy Cross, 
of the Confraternity of the 
Blessed Sacrament and of the 
English Church Union : now 
assistant priest at St. James's,. 
Manchester Square London, 
W. (1879.) 

Hon. Myles Stapleton, of the 
Coldstream Guards, and bro- 
ther of Lord Beaumont. 
(1880.) 

Hon. and Rev. George Talbot, 
B.A., Balliol College, Oxford, 
Vicar of Evercreech, Somer- 
setshire, and son of the 3rd 
Lord Talbot de Malahide ; a 
priest, Canon of St. Peter's, 
Rome, now residing at Paris, 
for some time Chamberlain to 
his Holiness the late Pope 
Pius IX. (1844.) 

Hon. Gilbert Chetwynd Talbot, 
D.D., of Christ Church, Ox- 
ford, Fellow of all Souls ; son 
of the 2nd Earl of Talbot, and 
uncle to the present Earl of 
Shrewsbury ; a priest, Domes- 
tic Prelate to his Holiness 
Pope Leo XIII. ; Monsignor, 



TUP] NOBILITY AND GENTRY. 



Canon of the Archdiocese of 
Westminster ; Hon. Chaplain 
to Roman Catholics in 4th 
Volunteer Battalion Rifle Bri- 
gade. (1838.) 

Hon. G. Vaughan. 

Hon. W. Wyndham, brother-in- 
law of the Earl of Mayo. 

Frederick I. Antrobus, formerly 
Attache at Paris, son of the 
Baronet, a priest (Oratorian) 
at the Oratory, Brompton, 
S.W., author of "The Ex- 
cellencies of the Congregation 
of the Oratory," etc. 

John Bethell, brother of Lord 
Westbury. 

Swinburne Berkeley, son of the 
Hon. Grantley Berkeley. 

George Berney, son of Sir J. 
Berney, Baronet. 

A. Blunden, son of Sir D. 
Blunden, Baronet. 

F. Orlando Bridgeman, of the 
Earl of Bradford's family. 

George E. Clerk, brother of Sir 
Douglas Clerk, Baronet, of 
Penicuik. 

Anthony Cope, son of Sir W. 
Cope, Baronet. 

Richard Hay Drummond, of 
Hawthornden, son of the late 
Sir H. Drummond, Baronet, 
and descendant of the poet. 

Lester Drummond, son of Mau- 
rice and the Hon. Mrs. Drum- 
mond. 

Charles Fizgibbon, son of the 
Hon. Gerald and Lady Louisa 
Fitzgibbon. 

Augustus Fitzgibbon, ditto. 

John Fitzgibbon, ditto. 

Valentine Fitzgibbon, ditto. 

Louis Fitzgibbon, ditto. 

Richard Fitz-Patrick, brother of 
Lord Castletown. 

G. R. Gordon, of Ellon Castle, 
Aberdeenshire, grandson of 
the late Earl of Aberdeen. 



Henry Schomberg Kerr, son of 
the late Rev. Lord Henry 
Francis Kerr, M.A., Cam- 
bridge ; and grandson of the 
6th Marquis of Lothian : a 
Jesuit and Army Chaplain at 
Cyprus. (1852.) 

William Kerr, brother of the 
above, a Jesuit at the church 
of St. Stanislaus, Roehamp- 
ton, S.W. (1852.) 

J. Kirwan, nephew of the late 
Lord Netterville, and landed 
proprietor in Counties Clare, 
Galway, and Longford. (1852.) 

Alfred Lambart, grandson of the 
late Earl of Cavan. 

John Cathcart Lees, brother of 
the late Rev. Sir Harcourt 
Lees, Baronet, of Dublin. 

Edward Legge, nephew of the 
Earl of Dartmouth, now study- 
ing at Rome for the priest- 
hood. (1879.) 

Francis Moreton, eldest son of 
Captain the Hon. Percy 
Moreton, and grandson of the 
1st Earl of Ducie. 

John Murray, eldest son of Sir 
John Murray, Baronet, of 
Philiphaugh. 

C. Norton, son of the Hon. G. 
Norton, and nephew of Lord 
Grantley. 

Edmund Peel, nephew of Sir 
Lawrence Peel, Baronet. 

William Peel, ditto. 

F. G. Santi, grandson of General 
Sir H. F. Davie, Baronet. 

Arthur John Shelley, nephew 
of the late Sir John Shelley, 
Baronet,M.P. for Westminster. 

William Henry Simmonds, son 
of Colonel Simmonds, and 
grandson of Sir Robert Gra- 
ham, Baronet. 

Robert Simmonds, ditto. 

Henry Wolseley, brother of the 
late Sir Charles Wolseley 
(8th Baronet). 



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CONVERTS TO ROME. 



Sir Charles d'Albiac. 

Sir Charles Eurwicke Douglas, 
K.C.M.G., M.A., St. John's 
College, Cambridge ; at one 
time private secretary to late- 
Viscount Goderich ; King-at- 
Arms of the Order of St. 
Michael and St. George ; 
formerly M.P. for Warwick 
and Banbury ; Vice- President 
of the Aged Poor Society : 
author of "Long Kesistance 
and Ultimate Conversion." 

Field-Marshal Sir J. Foster 
Fitzgerald. 

Sir Andrew Smith, K.C.B. 

Admiral Sir John Talbot, 
G.C.B., of Rhode Hill, near 
Tip-Lynn, Dorsetshire. 

Sir Leofric Temple. 



Arthur a Beckett. 

Gilbert ii Beckett. 

J. Ainsworth, of Denbigh. 

Albert Altee, son of Falconer 
Altee. 

Henry Alban Arden, a Do- 
minican priest at St. Dominic's 
Priory, Maitland Park, Haver- 
stock Hill, N.W. (1850.) 

W. P. Arkwright, of Sutton 
Scarsdale, Chesterfield, Derby- 
shire. (1881.) 

The late Joseph Atkinson, a 
priest of the Order of Charity 
at St. Etheldreda's, Holborn. 
E.C. 

Mr. Aston, of The Oaklands, 
Edgbaston, Birmingham. 

D. Auchinleek, of Newhaven 
House, Edinburgh. 

A. Ayer-Carr, of Heslington, 
Yorkshire. (1880.) 

Francis Bacon, formerly la}'- 
worker at St. Peter's, London 
Docks. 

William J. Baigent, a priest at 
the Cathedral of St. Barnabas, 
Nottingham. (1872.) 



Edward Bernard Baker, of Mid- 
ford. (1840.) 

Alexander Barclay. 

William Barnes, of Cottles, 
Wilts. (18G4.) 

Clement Barrand, a Jesuit. 

Joseph Henry Bartlett, a Do- 
minican priest at St. Dominic's 
Priory, Maitland Park, Haver- 
stock Hill, N.W. 

William Barton, of Aldershot. 
(1879.) 

W. Baslick, of Exeter. 

J. Baxter, of Oxford. 

George Beardmore. 

John Bennett (married a Tich- 
borne). 

Edward Augustus G. Benyon. 

Lewis Berger, of Homerton. 
(1881.) 

J. R. Beste. 

John Bethell. (1850.) 

Henry Charles Bethell. (1850.) 

Henry Bethell. (1850.) 

Charles M. Bethell. (1850.) 

Robert Victor Bethell. (1850.) 

J. P. Biddulph. 

Joseph Gillis Biggar, M.P. for 
County Cavan : formerly 
Chairman of the Belfast 
Water Commissioners. (1870.) 

James Francis Wedderbura 
Bisshop, of Bramdean House, 
Hants. 

Philip G. Crosbie Bisshop. 

Edwin Blake, of Birmingham. 

Pierce Blake. (1842.) 

J. Blake, of Galway. (1845.) 

The late William Bond, of St. 
Maugan, Cornwall, with his 
four sons (all priests) and his 
four daughters (all nuns). 

James J. Bond, son of the 
above, a priest, and Rector of 
the Church of Our Blessed 
Lady and St. Thomas of 
Canterbury, Dudley. 

W. P. Bond, ditto ; a priest 
(retired). 

H. Bosanquet. (1843.) 



THE XOBILITY AND GENTRY. 



Arthur Bovill, nephew of Lord 
Justice Bovill. 

William J. Bowden, a priest of 
the Oratory. 

Charles Henry Bowden, ditto. 

John Edward Bowden ditto ; 
author of "Memoirs of the 
late Rev. F. W. Faber, D.D., 
M.A., Oxon/' 

J. F. Boyd. 

Henry C. Bradling. 

George Bradshawe, sometime As- 
sistant-Master at St. Joseph's 
College, Clapham, S.W. 
(1871.) 

F.~Bray (Father Dunstan), of 
the Norwich Monastery, under 
Father Ignatius (Mr. Lyne). 
(1879.) 

Mr. Brewer. 

E. C. Brice, of Bridgewater. 

C. J. Bridgett. 

Alan H. Brodrick. 

Algernon Brown, son of Dr. 
Brown, of Brighton. 

Kenworthy Brown, of Calne, 
Wiltshire, and of Oxford. 
(1883.) 

James Browne, LL.D. 

Joseph M. Browne, grandson of 
Captain Browne, R.N., of 
Sligo. 

James Browne, of Brownville, 
County Galway. 

Valentine Browne, C.E. 

Albert Buckler, a Dominican 
priest at St. Dominic's Priory, 
Maitland Park, Haverstock 
Hill, N.W. (1845.) 

Edmund Buckler, a Dominican 
priest, and Rector of the 
Church of the Immaculate 
Conception, Stroud, Glouces- 
tershire. (1845.) 

Regi nald Buckler, a Dominican 
priest of The Annunciation, 
Woodchester, Stroud, Glouces- 
tershire. (1845.) 

A. P. Bulfield, and family, of 
Springbank, Lancaster. 



Joseph "Aloysius Burchett. 
(1856.)" 

Benjamin Stanislaus Burchett. 
(1856.) 

G. R. Buttemer. 

Francis Macnamara Calcutt, 
formerly M.P. for County 
Clare. 

Archibald D. L. Campbell, 
nephew of D. Campbell, of 
Locknell. 

Donald C. V. Campbell, son of 
James Archibald Campbell, 
of Inverane ; a Jesuit at the 
Church of St. Stanislaus, Roe- 
hampton, S.W. 

V. D. H. Carey-Elwes, of Bil- 
ling Hall, Northamptonshire. 
(1874.) 

James Carter, a priest, and Rector 
of St. Francis of Assisi, Mid- 
hurst ; and Chamberlain to 
his Holiness the late Pope 
Pius IX. 

Lyman W. Case. 

Henry Cave, brother of Mr. 
Justice Cave. (1881.) 

Edwin Chabot, ex-churchwarden 
of St. James's, Hatcham. 

Arthur L. Chattaway, a priest in 
the Diocese of Birmingham, 
and till lately assistant- priest 
at the Cathedral of St. Chad, 
Birmingham. 

W. A. Osborne Christmas, 
nephew of W. Christmas, 
formerly M.P. and D.L. of 
Whitfield, Waterford. 

Stephen Church, of Londonderry. 

William Church. (1842.) 

A. J. Cliffe, D.L., of Bellevue, 
Wexford. (1845.) 

H. Chevallier Cobbold, a Suf- 
folk squire. (1880.) 

William Codrington, of Wrough- 
ton House, Swindon. 

William Collis, a priest, and 
Canon of Northampton ; Rec- 
tor of St. George the Martyr, 
Shefford, Bedfordshire. 



CONVERTS TO ROME. 



Robert Colthurst. 

Robert Trivett Colthurst, of 

Midford. (1878.) 
Charles Comberbach, a priest, and 
Rector of St. Ann's, Chertsey. 

The late Robert Comberbach, 
brother of the above, and 
family. 

Mr. Comyn, of Plymouth. 

Mr. Consett (married to daughter 
of Lord Charles Kerr). 

H. Considine, D.L., of Derk. 

William W. Cook, a priest (ob- 
late of St. Charles), and pro- 
fessor at St. Charles's College, 
St. Charles's Square, W. 

John Cook, of Cottles, Wilts. 
(1882.) 

John Cooper. 

H. Stonehewer Cooper. 

Thomas Courtney, M.A. 

Alphonsus Coventry, a priest 
(Servite) at St. Mary's Priory, 
Fulham Road, W. 

Henry Co well, a Jesuit at the 
Church of St. Stanislaus, 
Roehampton, S.W. (1864.) 

Alban Cowley, a Passionist 
priest at St. Joseph's Retreat, 
Highgate, London, X. 

J. Young Craig. 

Henry Ferrers Croxton. 

Compton Croxton. 

Alexander Cruickshank. 

R. B. D. Cunningham, J.P., of 
Hensol. 

Robert Daniell, of New Forest, 
County Westmeath. 

Henry Warren Darley. 

C. F. Dashwood, of St. Michael's 
Torre, Devon. 

Aubrey G. K. Davies-Cooke, son 
of the late Major Davies- 
Cooke of the Royal Artillery. 
(1884.) 

R. De Barry, of Weston Hall, 
Warwickshire. 

J. C. De Castro, of Woodend. 

James Dees, J.P., of Northum- 
berland. 



The late Ambrose De Lisle, of 
Garendon Park, and Grace 
Dieu Manor, Leicestershire. 

Charles Edward Dendy. (1882.) 

William Deverell, of Cottles, 
Wilts. (18G7.) 

Essex Digby-Boycott. 

W. E. Dobson, J.P., of The 
Park, Nottingham. 

Archibald Donaldson, nephew of 
Professor Donaldson. 

John Dorey, of Cottles, Wilts. 
(1861.) 

The late Thomas A. Drinkwater, 
a priest ; Rector of the Church 
of Our Lady of Mount Carmel 
and St. Joseph, Battersea, 
S.W., and chaplain to Countess 
Tasker. 

T. W. H. Driver, of Cheltenham. 

Herbert C. Duke, son of Dr. 
Duke, of St. Leonards ; a 
priest, Rector of St. Anne's 
Keighley, and Registrar for 
Deceased Clergy of the Diocese 
of Leeds. 

Philip Vincent Dunn, relative 
of Major Dunn. 

Joseph Dutton. 

C. D. Dyatt. 

F. Eager, of Tuam. 

John Earnshaw, of Rotherham ; 
a priest, and Chaplain of St. 
Joseph's School, Batley Carr, 
Dewsbury, Yorkshire. 

C. W. East, of St. Peter's Park, 
Harrow Road, W., late member 
of the English Church Union, 
and of the A.P.U.C. (1863.) 

William Edgcome, a Jesuit at 
the Church of St. Stanislaus, 
Roehampton, S.W. (1866.) 

Richard Edgcome, a priest. 

Frederick T. A. Edwards, a 

priest, at Brighton. 
Reginald Arthur Egerton, of 
West Cromwell Road, Kens- 
ington, W. 

John Eustace, a Quaker. 
Edward F. Fenn, a priest, and 



THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY. 



Kector of St. Catherine of 
Sienna, Horse Fair, Birming- 

ham. (1844.) 

Thomas W. Fenn, a priest, and 
Rector of St. Joseph's, Tewkes- 
bury. 

Robert Fetherstone, J.P. for 
County Limerick. 

James Ford, J.P.. of Wraxall 
Court, Somerset. 

Edward Foster, son of Dr. 
Thomas Foster. 

Joseph Fothergill, of Wickham 
Park, near Newcastle - on- 
Tyne. 

Reginald Fowler, son of Dr. 
Fowler, of Cheltenham : a 
priest, and Rector of St. 
Joseph's, Guildford, Surrey. 

Laurence C. Prideaux Fox, a 
priest (Oblate of Mary Im- 
maculate) at the Church of 
the English Martyrs, Tower 
Hill, London, E.G. 

John Frazer, a priest, and Rector 
of St. Joseph's, Bury, Lanca- 
shire. 

Mark Anthony Friker, a priest. 

Hurrell Froude, nephew of the 
historian. 

Edmund Froude, ditto. 

Thomas Gaisford, J.P. 

The late Leonard Gardiner, a 
Dominican priest, and Chap- 
lain of the Convent of St. 
Rose, Stroud, Gloucestershire. 

E. Garnett. 

Henry Gates, a Dominican priest 
at St. Dominic's Priory, Mait- 
land Park, Haverstock Hill, 
N.W. 

Charles Leopold Gates, his 
brother. 

W. Rees Gawthorn, formerly 
secretary to H. E. the late 
Cardinal Wiseman, Arch- 
bishop of Westminster, and 
to the most Rev. Dr. English, 
Archbishop of Trinidad ; 
founder of several Catholic 



schools in the West Indies. 
(1849.) 

Charles Joseph George, of Mid- 
ford. (1881.) 

Hugh Gladstone, cousin of the 
Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone, 
M.P., now studying at Rome 
for the priesthood. 

I. Goddard, a priest, Monsignor, 
and Rector of St. Mary's, Chis- 
elhurst ; and till lately chaplain 
to her Imperial Majesty the 
Empress Eugenie. 

Robert H. Goselin. 

Charles Graham, a priest and 
Canon of the Cathedral Church 
of St. Mary and St. Boniface, 
Plymouth. (1846.) 

J. Grainger, Chamberlain to his 
Holiness Pope Leo XIII. 

Malcolm Grant. 

William Grant, M.O.C.R., mem- 
ber of the English Church 
Union, and of the A.P.U.C., 
etc. (1881.) 

Edward Dwyer Gray, M.P. for 
County Carlow, Lord Mayor 
of Dublin (1879-1880), and 
proprietor of the Freeman 1 s 
Journal; on the Committee 
of the Commission for the 
Better Housing of the Poor ; 
son of the late Sir John 
Gray, M.P. (1876.) 

James Green, of Leeds. 

Everard Green, F.S.A. 

George Gretton, of Swindon 
Hall, Gloucestershire. 

Samuel Grimshawe, J.P., of 
Erwood Hall, Lancashire. 

The late Daniel Haigh, a priest ; 
built the Catholic Church of 
St. Thomas and St. Edmund 
of Canterbury, Erdington, 
Birmingham. (1850.) 

George Hales, of Cottles, Wilts. 
(1859.) 

Egerton W. Harding, J.P., of 
Old Springs, Market Drayton. 
(1879.) 



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CONVERTS TO ROME. 



Egerton Harding, J.P., his son. 
(1882.) 

William John Hancock. (1854.) 

Charles Hancock. ( ] 866. ) 

The late James Harris, a Jesuit 
at the Church of St. Francis 
Xavier, Liverpool. (184S.) 

Herbert Harrison, Captain of 
Westminster School, Orato- 
rian. 

Richard H. Hawkes, of Bristol. 

Thomas Francis Helyar. ( 1 874. ) 

William Henderson, of Torquay. 

Henry Hepburne, a Jesuit. 

J. S. Hepburne. 

Henry Nunez Heysham, for- 
merly of Aylesf ord. 

Frederick Thurlow Hibgame, 
4th son of the late Lieut.-Col. 
E. F. Hibgame, H.E.I.C.S., of 
Norwich. (1877.) 

Joseph Hirst, J.P., of York- 
shire. 

Francis Buchanan Hoare. 

S. Taprell Holland. 

John Hostage, of Chester. 

S. J. Hughes, son of T. Hughes, 
of Reigate. 

D. G. Huntley, of Aldershot. 
(1879.) 

William Jackson. 

R. C. Jackson, of South Lodge, 
Limerick. 

Isaac Jacques. (1867.) 

F. C. Jagg. 

Stephen Eyre Jarvis, a priest at 
The Mount,Wadhurst, Sussex. 

G. F. Johnson, son of the late 
Consul at Antwerp. 

Arthur Jolliffe, son of Mrs. 

Cleaves Jolliffe. 
Alexander Jones. 
John Jones, of Chester. 
The late Rev. Joseph Jones, ex- 

Wesleyan minister, a priest at 

Welshpool. 

Thomas Joyce. (1860.) 
Henry J. Karslake, brother of 

the late Sir John Karslake, 

Q.C., M.P., sometime Attor- 



ney-General ; a priest, and 
Inspector of Schools in the 
Archdiocese of Westminster. 
(1862.) 

Charles J. Karslake, his brother; 
a priest at the Church of the 
Sacred Heart, Accrington. 
(1862.) 

Arthur Kearney and family. 

William Keatinge. 

Frederic Shakerley Kempe, of 
Richmond. 

Courtney Birmingham Kenny, 
landed proprietor in County 
Mayo. 

T. Kerrick, of Harlestone House, 
Norfolk. 

John Kershaw, a Unitarian ; a 
priest, Monsignor,iRural Dean, 
Canon of Salford, and Rector 
of All Saints, Barton-on- 
Irwell, Manchester. (1837.) 

F. Knight. 

Stuart Knill, of Crossletts -in- 
the-Grove, Blackheath, S.E. ; 
member of the Council of the 
Association for the Propaga- 
tion of the Faith. 

Richard Lamb. 

Richard Wentworth Lambe, 
D.L., of Durham. 

The late David Lambe, a priest. 

W. W. Lander, banker. 

Cecil Bruce Lane. 

Charles La Touche, of Mar lay. 

C. Temple Layton, of The 
Croft, Mitcham. (1882.) 

William Leigh, D.C.L., J.P., of 
Woodchester Park, Glouces- 
tershire. (1844.) 

Henry Le Mesurier, brother of 
Alfred Le Mesurier, of Oriel 
College, Oxford. 

William Eric Leslie, a Jesuit at 
the Church of the Immaculate 
Conception, Farm Street, W. 

Charles J. Leslie. 

Archibald Leslie. 

Henry Owen Lewis, formerly 
M.P. for Carlow. 



THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY. 



11 



Philip Limerick, a Dominican 
priest at St. Dominic's Priory, 
Maitland Park, Haverstock 
Hill, London, N.W. 

J. Longman. (1849.) 

Thomas Longueville, J.P., of 
Penyllam, Oswestry. 

William Lovell. 

Stuart Lovell. 

Charles Lovell. 

Edward Lucas, of Herongate, 
Brentford. 

F. Augustine Luck, a Benedic- 
tine priest. 

J. Edmund Luck, a Benedictine 
priest. 

Thomas Luck, a priest ; Canon 
of Portsmouth, and Rector of 
St. Mary's, Wantage. 

H. G. Lumsden, of Clova and 
Auchindoir, Aberdeenshire. 

Charles E. MacDougall, son of 
the Hon. Justice MacDougall. 

Donald Home Macfarlane, M.P. 
for Carlow ; son of the late 
Allan Macfarlane, J.P. for 
Caithness. 

T. Maillard, B.A. 

Thomas Malpass, a priest, and 
Chaplain of St. Mary's Indus- 
trial School for Girls, Eltham, 
Kent. 

Ernest Marras. 

Mr. Marriage, a Quaker. 

Edward R. Martin, a priest, and 
Rector of St. Peter's, Shore- 
ham, Sussex. 

Mr. Maskell. 

Charles John Henry Massing- 
berd-Mundy, of South Ormsby 
Hall, Lincolnshire. 

John Matthews. 

John Henry Maw, of Brixton. 
S.W. 

George Aloysius May. (1882.) 

G. B. Maycock, of Edgbaston, 
Birmingham. 

Lewis McKenzie. 
A. Laing Meason, a Jesuit. 
(1839.) 



R. Mills. 

William John Milsone. (1882.) 

Charles Lister Mivart, brother 
of Professor St. George 
Mivart, F.R.S. 

The late Charles Moore, of 
Mooresfort, Tipperary, some- 
time M.P., and father of 
Count Arthur Moore, M.P. 
for Clonmel. 

Wilfrid Mordaunt, a Jesuit at 
the Church of St. Mary's. 
Westminster. (1865.) 

Francis Aloysius Morgan. 
(1857.) 

David Henry Martin Morris, 
5th son of John Morris, of 
Duddington House, Sunbury- 
on- Thames. 

Samuel Mortimer, of Cot ties, 
Wilts. (1863.) 

Alexander Munro, D.D., a priest 
at St. Andrew's Pro- Cathedral, 
Great Clyde Street, Glasgow. 
(1834.) 

James Murphy, of Prior Park. 
(1844.) 

Arthur Murphy, ditto. (1844.) 

Henry Murphy, ditto. (1844.) 

William Joseph Nash. (1857.) 

Armine Nasif, late Director of 
Protestant Missions in Cairo. 
(1881.) 

W. Neville. (1849.) 

Mortimer New. 

Reginald Newell, a Dominican 
priest. 

Henry Norris, a priest, and Rector 
of St. John the Baptist, Tarn- 
worth. 

Fletcher Norton. 

Brinsley Norton. 

Arthur Oddie, of Colney House. 
Hants. 

Claude Oddie, ditto. 

Philip Oddie, ditto. 

G. S. Ottywell, a Baptist. 

Charles Parfitt, D.D., a priest, 
Monsignor and Canon Theo- 
logian in the Diocese of Clif- 



12 



COX VERTS TO ROME. 



ton ; Rector of St. Mary's, 
Midford, Bath. (1839.) 

Charles James Thomas Parfitt, 
nephew of the Right Rev. 
Monsignor Parfitt, D.D.. of 
Bath. (1868.) 

James John Alexander Parfitt, 
ditto. (1868.) 

John Parfitt, the Monsignor's 
brother. (1867.) 

James John Parfitt, ditto, and 
his three daughters. (1H66.) 

William Parfitt, the Monsignor's 
uncle. (1818.) 

James Parkinson. 

Edward Peacock, F.S.A., of Bot- 
tesford Manor, Lincoln. 

Mr. Pearson. 

Edward E. Plaistowe, of Louci- 
water, Bucks. (17.) 

G. H. Plomer. (1849.) 

Mr. de la Pole. 

L. H. Poole, a Brother of Mercy, 
formerly at St. Mary's, Xor- 
thyde, W. (1864.) 

Dennis Potter, junr., son of 
D. B. Potter, solicitor, of 
Tuam. 

F. H. Pownall, son of H. Pow- 
n all, of Spring Grove. 

Wellesley Prendergast. 

Thomas Price, of Mayfield 
Lodge, Cashel. 

T. Priggett. 

Richard Proctor, a Christian 
Brother, and formerly Pro- 
fessor at St. Joseph's College, 
Clapham, S.W. 

John Proctor, a Quaker. 

James Le Quesne, of Gran- 
ville House, Hove, Brighton. 
(1879.) 

Stephen Ram, D.L., of Rams- 
ford, Galway. 

Frederick W. Ratcliffe, of Bir- 
mingham. 

Thomas Rawlinson, M.A., bro- 
ther of Sir Henry Rawlinson, 
President of the Royal Geo- 
graphical Society. 



Joseph W. Redman, D.D., for- 
merly a lay-worker at St. 
Peter's, London Docks ; a 
priest, and Rector of St. 
John's, Brentford. (1864.) 

John Redman, father of the 
above. (1868.) 

John Redman, his son, a Jesuit. 
(1864.) 

Charles Ignatius Redman, ditto, 
a Jesuit. (1868.) 

Reginald Reynolds. 

Matthew J. Rhodes, formerly 
lay-secretary of the Bristol 
branch of the English Church 
Union. 

Richard Richardson, a priest of 
the Order of Charity, and 
Rector of St. Peter's, Cardiff, 
Glamorganshire. (1839.) 

Henry Ricketts, of Cottles, 
Wilts. (1861.) 

Mr. Riley. 

The late W. M. J. Ring, a 
priest. 

W. S. Rockstro. 

S. J. Rossiter. 

The late S. H. Rowson, a priest. 

Edward Ryley, a Unitarian. 

Sydney Savory. 

E. J. Scarlett. 

Mr. Schenk, of Brighton. 

Edward Scholefield, brother of 
the late M.P. for Birmingham. 

Christopher Scott, D.D., Vicar- 
General ;1 a priest, Canon of 
Northampton, and Rector of 
St. Andrews, Cambridge. 

The late Edward Selle, a priest. 

Marmaduke Sellon, brother of 
Ernest Sellon, the artist ; a 
Brother of Mercy. (1871.) 

William Shapter, son of Dr. 
Shapter, of Exeter ; a Jesuit 
at the Church of St. Wilfrid, 
Preston. (1865.) 

The late Austin Sims, a Passion- 
ist priest, and Rector of St. 
Paul's Retreat, Mount Argus, 
Dublin. (1853.) 



THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY. 



Kichard Smee, sou of the late 
John Smee, of Chelmsford, 
Essex ; now a lay-brother of 
the Order of St. Dominic at 
the Monastery of St. Dominic. 
Newcastle-on-Tyne. (1863.) 

James Smith, brother of Dr. 
W. H. Smith. 

Sydney F. Smith, a Jesuit, and 
Professor at St. Beuno's Col- 
lege, St. Asaph. (1864.) 

Rutherford Smith. 

J. H. Smyth-Pigott, of Brockley 
Hall. 

Alfred C. Smyth-Pigott. 

Abraham Staley, of Burton-on- 
Trent. 

G. C. Stanfield. 

Francis Stanfield, a priest at 
Brentwood ; till lately Rector 
of the Church of Corpus 
Christi, Maiden Lane, South- 
ampton Street, Strand, W.C. 

George Stanley. 

Geoffrey St.'Aubyn. 

George Lynch Staunton, J.P. 
and D.L. 

H. Stevenson. 

John Stewart, of Ballechin. 

William Frederick Aloysius 
Stingo. (1855.) 

Thomas Strong. (1855.) 

John Strong. (1858.) 

Henry Suter, of Midf ord. (1859.) 

Francis Sutton, of Revell 
Grange, Sheffield. 

Marcus Talbot, of Ennis, 
County Clare. 

Hugh Taylor, a priest, and 
Rector of St. John the Bap- 
tist, Spetchley Park, "Wor- 
cester. 

John Tharpe. 

Lynall Thomas. 

Charles Thompson, of Tun- 
bridge Wells. 

J. C. Thomson, of Balgowan, 
Crieff, a Redemptorist priest. 

George Thornton, C.E. 

G. R. Tickell. 



T. S. Tordiffe, of Bath. 

J. W. N. Townsend, of Clifton, 
a priest. 

J. Kellyer Tozer, of Cliff den, 
Teignmouth, Devon. 

Claude Trevor, son of Brigadier- 
General Trevor. 

Hubert Trevor, ditto. 

W. J. P. Trewd. 

Charles Trotter, of Woodhill, 
J.P. and D.L. for Perthshire. 

Henry Tuck, of Ingatestone 
Hall, Essex. 

William Scott Tucker. 

H. C. Twiss, late sacristan of 
St. Mary Magdalene's, Chis- 
wick ; member of the Com- 
mittee of the Chiswick branch 
of the English Church Union ; 
and member of the C.B.S.. 
A.P.U.C., and Guild of all 
Souls. (187 ( J.) 

Francis Gregor Urquhart. (1877.) 

Joseph Vance, of Castletown, 
Ireland. 

Langton George Vere, a priest, 
and Rector of the Church of 
the Immaculate Heart of 
Mary and St. Dominic, 
Homerton, E. 

Cecil Yernon, sometime Assis- 
tant-Master at St. Joseph's 
College, Clapham, S.W. (1873.) 

Barrett Wadder, of London. 

Weston Erskine Wadley. 

William Wagstaff, formerly of 
Forchabers, N.B. 

W. T, P. Wait, of Newbury. 

Rowland Walker, of Engadina 
House, Torquay. 

Mr. Wallace. 

Mr. Wallenger. 

Frederick Goulbourne Walpole. 

Titus Hibbert Ware, of Hall- 
barns, Cheshire. 

Ivan W. Watson, of Torquay. 

Emilius Watson - Taylor, of 
Headington Manor. 

J. J. Watts, of Hawsdale Hall, 
Cumberland. 



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CONVERTS TO ROME. 



John Watts, of Chester. 

John Birchley Watts. 

The late S. S. Wayte, father of 
the Eev. S. W. Wayte, B.D., 
late President of Trinity Col- 
lege, Oxford. (1850.) 

William Webb, of Aylesbury. 

Frederick Glynn Incledon Web- 
ber, of Clieglinch, Ilfracombe. 

Mr. Wellesley. 

Charles C. Noel Welman, of Nor- 
ton Manor, Taunton. (1850.) 

Philip Westlake, brother of Pro- 
fessor Frederic Westlake of 
the Royal Academy of Music. 

Nathaniel Westlake, ditto. 

G. B. Whelpton, formerly server 
at St. Michael's, Chiswick ; ex- 
assistant-secretary of the Eng- 
lish Church Union ; member 
of the C.B.S.,A.P.U.C.,andof 
the Guild of All Souls. (1879.) 

J. R. D. Whitby, of Aldershot. 
(1879.) 

William Whitmee, a priest of 
the Order of Charity, and 
vice -rector of the Church of 
San Salvatore, Rome. 

The late William Wilberforce, 
sometime M.P. for Hull ; 
eldest son of the Slave Eman- 
cipator. (1850.) 

Arthur Bertrand Wilberforce, a 
Dominican priest at Holy 
Cross Priory, Leicester ; 
author of " Sketches of the 
Lives of Dominican Mission- 
aries in Japan," etc. (1850.) 

George Douglas Williams, son 



of the late G. T. Williams, 
Barrister-at-law. 

David Williams, a priest at 
Aldenham Park, Bridgnorth. 

W. E. Williams, a priest, and 
Rector of the Church of Our 
Lady of the Angels and St. 
Winefride, Queen's Road, 
Aberystwith, Cardiganshire. 

Charles Louis Williams, of 
Winchester. 

George Wilson,a Quaker ; a priest, 
and Rector of the Church 
of St. John the Evangelist, 
Fetternear, Inverurie, N.B. 

Charles E. P. Wilson, of Kelso. 
N.B. 

The late William Wood, a Fran- 
ciscan friar. 

The late Hubert J. Wood, a 
priest, and Rector of the 
Church of the Sacred Heart 
and St. Pancras, Lewes, Sussex. 
(1857.) 

John Oswald Wood. (1849.) 

Alfred John Samuel Wood. 
(1854.) 

Ernest Holmes Wood. (1854.) 

Charles Wood, a priest in York- 
shire. 

Edwin Wood, of Victoria Road, 
Darlington. (1K75,) 

Henry Woodley, of Belle Yue 
Terrace, York. 

H. Wordsworth. 

C. W. Wyatt. 

J. F. Yonge. 

Mr. Deputy Young, Knight of 
St. Gregory the Great. 



THE PUBLIC SEEVICE. 



The late Edwin' Abraham, 
of the Record Office, uncle 
of the Rev. Augustus 
P. Bethell, a priest, and 
Rector of the Holy Child 
and St. Anthony of Padua, 
Genoa Road, Anerley, S.E. 
(1849.) 



E. Ingress Bell, architect, of the 
War Office. 

Francis G. Beresford, of the 
War Office ; member of the 
Council of the Portsmouth 
Yoluntary School Association. 

Arthur Reid Bostock, Coroner 
for West Sussex. (1882.) 



THE PUBLIC SERVICE. 



15 



Lewin Bo wring, C.B., son of 
Sir J. Bowring, Bengal Civil 
Service ; private secretary of 
the late Lord Canning. 

Henry Brown, of the East 
India Company's Service. 

Frederick Brown, ditto. 

W. H. Buckle, Controller of 
Customs. 

Mr. Carew, of the War Office. 

W. M. Coghlan, of the Bombay 
Civil Service. 

Joseph Corbett, D.D., a priest, 
and Chaplain to the Forces at 
Chatham. 

The late Augustus Craven, 
formerly private secretary to 
Lord Palmerston, attache at 
Leghorn, Paris, Brussels, and 
charge d'affaires at Darmstadt ; 
translated Lord Bulwer and 
Mr. Evelyn Ashley's "Life 
of Lord Palmerston" into 
French ; and at the request 
of her Majesty made an 
abridged translation into the 
same language of the "Life 
of the Prince Consort." 

T. A. Crowther, D.D., a priest ; 
formerly military chaplain 
in China and India, and 
till lately Rector of St. Wine- 
fride,Welshpool,Montgomery- 
shire. 

H. Davey, of the War Office. 

J. B. Edwards, of the Bank of 
England. 

Alexander G. Fullerton, some 
time attache at the French 
Embassy ; treasurer of the 



Association for the Propaga- 
tion of the Faith. (1846.) 

Thomas S. Hamilton, of the 
Bombay Civil Service. (1883.) 

Lewis Incledon, of the Post 
Office. 

Charles Jones, of the Custom 
House. (1876.) 

Robert Laing, Town Clerk of 
Jedburgh. 

Henry Murray Lane, Chester 
Herald in her Majesty's Col- 
lege of Arms. 

Richard Neave, of the Wai- 
Office. 

The late T. Conolly Pakenham, 
Consul at Tamatave. (1883.) 

W. F. Paul, of the Colonial 
Office. 

Edward Plater, of the Wai- 
Office. 

John Roberts, of the Wai- 
Office. 

Denham Robinson, of St. Hilda's, 
Hampton Wick, of the Wai- 
Office. (1860.) 

Mr. Rolph, of the War Office. 

John Walter Sherer, of the 
Bengal Civil Service (re- 
tired). 

Albert Smith, of Somerset 
House. 

The late Edward Still well, of the 
War Office. 

S. A. Taylor, of the India 
Office. 

J. T. D. Turnbull, of the Record 
Office. 

George Wells, member of the 
Corporation of Bedford. 



ARCHITECTS. 



T. Bentley. 

H. W. Brewer. 

Charles Allen Buckler, brother 
of the Rev. Albert Buckler, 
O.P., St. Dominic's Priory, 
London, N.W. (1844.) 



Henry Glutton. 

The late Owen Dyson, a Domi- 
nican priest. 

Richard Jones, of Ryde. 

C. J. Moxon, member of the 
Institute of British Architects. 



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COX VERTS TO ROME. 



The late Augustus Welby Pugin, 
the reviver of Gothic Archi- 
tecture in England. 

William Purdue. 

C. Rawson, of Rotherham. 



G. Gilbert Scott, F.S.A., son of 
the late Sir Gilbert Scott. 
(1880.) 

Herbert E. Tijou. 

W. W. Wardell. 



THE ARTS AKD SCIENCES. 



Herbert Arnold-Morris, of West- 
minster, artist. (1870.) 

James Britten, F.L.S., of the 
British Museum. 

Mrs. Butler (nee Thompson), 
wife of Colonel Butler, C.B., 
and painter of "The Roll 
Call," etc. 

Richard Burchett, late Head 
Master of the South Kensing- 
son Art Schools. 

Frederick Capes, proctor. 

Andrew Currie, the sculptor. 

Mr. Farmer, organist of St. 
Bartholomew's, Brighton. 

William Farren, senr., the actor. 

Henry Field, the pianist. ( 1 835.) 

George French Flowers, Mus. 
Doc., Oxon. 

John Godard, celebrated in early 
photography. 

Miss Grant, the actress. 

Charles Halle, the pianist. 

J. R. Herbert, the Royal Acade- 
mician. 

Mr. King, inspector of schools, 
Cornwall. (1832.) 

Professor St. George Mivart, 
F.R.S., author of various 
works on biology, etc. 

J. Reynell Morell, of the British 
Museum. 



A. Morgan, librarian of Walsall. 

Professor J. H. Pepper, F.C.S. t 
A.I.C.E., late Professor of 
Chemistry at the Royal Poly- 
technic, Regent Street, W. ; 
author of ' The Playbook of 
Science,' etc. 

Wybert Rousby, the actor, and 
husband of the late Mrs. 
Rousby, the celebrated tra- 
gedienne. 

Charles Santley, the celebrated 
baritone. (1880.) 

Ernest Sellon, artist, formerly 
a Papal Zouave, brother of 
the Rev. Marmaduke Sellon, 
a Brother of Mercy. (1869.) 

Robert Sutton Swabey, organist 
and composer. (1856.) 

Miss Vinning, the singer. 

Frederick Waddy, artist. 

W. H. James Weale, archrco- 
logist. 

Frederic Westlake, Professor at 
the Royal Academy of Music, 
London. 

J. P. Wilcox, late organist at 
the Protestant Church, Usk, 
Monmouthshire. (1884.) 

Professor Wingham, of the 
Royal Academy of Music. 



THE AEMY. 



The late General Michael Bruce, 
of the Coldstream Guards ; 
served in the Crimea with the 
Grenadier Cyuards. (1883.) 

General Crispin. 

General McGowan, famous 
during the Sepoy rebellion. 



General Richardson, of Bath. 
General Tylee. (1847.) 
General Webber, C.B. 
The late Major-General Stewart 

Allen, of the Bengal Army. 
Major-General Fulton, of the 

Bengal Army. 



THE ARMY. 



Major- General Macmullen. 

Major-General Patterson. 

Colonel Brockman, of Folke- 
stone. 

Colonel Buckle. 

Colonel Clifton, of Lytham, 
Lancashire. 

Colonel David La Touche Colt- 
hurst, M.P. for County Cork; 
son of the late Sir Nicholas 
Conway Colthurst, Bart. ; 
brother of the late Sir George 
Colthurst, Bart., of Blarney, 
Cork, and uncle of the present 
Baronet (1874) : served with 
1 7th Regiment in the Crimean 
campaign, including siege of 
Sebastopol and assault on 
Redan. 

Colonel Flamstead. 

Colonel Gerard, of Rocksoles, 
Scotland. 

Colonel C. A. Goodfellow, R.E., 
V.C. 

Colonel Pollock Gore. 

Colonel W. H. Graham. 

Colonel W. Hands, of the 
Madras Staff Corps. 

Colonel Hibbert, of the Royal 
Canadian Rifles. 

Colonel Richard Holmes, late 
39th Regiment. 

Colonel Holt. 

Colonel Jarrett. (1848.) 

Colonel Matthews. 

Colonel Selwyn New, late of 
the Madras Army. 

Colonel Lenox Prendergast, 
member of the London School 
Board, elected 1879. 

Colonel Smithshire. 

Lieutenant-Colonel Biggs, of the 
60th Rifles. 

Lieutenant - Colonel Hunter 
Blair, of the Scots Fusilier 
Guards, son of Sir David 
Hunter Blair, Baronet. (1876.) 

Lieu tenant- Colonel Freme. 

Lieutenant-Colonel Palmer, of 
Alnwick. 



Major Ballard. (1848.) 

Major T. E. Britten, of the 
Bombay Staff Corps. 

Major Burke. 

Major F. Dunn, late Royal 
Canadian Rifles. 

Major W. T. Eden, of the Bom- 
bay Staff Corps. 

Major Frazer. (1852.) 

Major Gape, of St. Michael's 
Manor, St. Albans. (1874.) 

Major T. W. Garnett, late of the 
85th Regiment. 

Major Percy Gough, of Clonmel, 
grandson of the late Dean of 
Derry, and grand-nephew of 
the late Lord Gough. (1880.) 

The late Major John F. Hali- 
burton. 

Major Harris. (1880.) 

Major Johnstone, of Folke- 
stone. 

Major Mackenzie. 

Major Laing Meason, late of the 
8th Hussars. (1839.) 

Major William Nicholson, late 
of the 3rd Royal Lancashire 
Militia. 

Major Phillips. (1848.) 

Major Frederick Reeves, of the 
103rd Regiment. 

Major John Sewell, a Jesuit. 

Major John Ramsay Slade, 
R.H.A., son of Admiral 
Slade, C.B. (1867.) 

Major C. Lennox Tredcroft. 
R.H.A., J.P. 

Major F. Trevor, member of the 
Council of the Association 
for the Propagation of the 
Faith. 

Major Wickham. 

Major Wynter, son of the Rev. 
P. Wynter, M.A., President 
of St. John's College, Oxford. 

Major Yard. 

Major Young. 

Captain Farmer Bailey, D.L., 
Kent. 

Captain Barnes. 

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Captain Bernard, R.A., son of 
the Rev. S. E. Bernard, M.A. 

Captain F. Berthon, son of the 
Vicar of Ramsey. 

Captain Francis Scawen Blunt, 
of the Rifle Brigade. 

Captain Gerald Bolton. 

Captain Boteler. 

Captain Joseph Boulderson, late 
of the 68th Light Infantry. 

The late Captain Henry Bowden, 
of the Guards ; founder of the 
Catholic Church (St. Mary's) 
at Chiselhurst. 

Captain G. H. L. Boynton, late 
17th Lancers, son of Sir 
Henry Boynton, of Burton 
Agnes, and brother of the 
Rev. Griffith Boynton, Rector 
of Bramiston, Yorkshire. 

Captain William Edward Buller, 
late of the 14th Light 
Dragoons. 

Captain J. 0. Burgoyne. 

Captain Warner W. Garden. 

( 'aptain F. Case. (1851.) 

Captain Casson, of the 5th West 
York Militia. 

Captain Chichester, of the 
Dragoon Guards. 

Captain Cliffe. 

Captain Collard, of Waltham- 
stow. 

Captain Arthur Y. L. Coombs, 
M.A., Oriel College, Oxford, 
of the Dorset Militia ; Private 
Chamberlain to the late and 
present Popes. 

Captain Cox, of the 1st Royal 
Surrey Militia. 

Captain Cuffe, of Connaught. 

Captain W. N. Darnell, of the 
84th Regiment. 

Captain Dashwood, of Torquay. 

Captain Davidson, of Folke- 
stone. 

Captain Deverill, a Jesuit lay- 
brother. 

Captain Dugmore, of the 64th 
Regiment. 



Captain Dunlop, son of Admiral 

Dunlop, C.B. 
Captain Ellerby, R.A. 
Captain Windsor Carey Elwes, 

of the Scots Guards. (1874.) 
Captain Frisbie. 
Captain P. H. Greig, of the 

Bombay Staff Corps. 
Captain W. Harrison, R.A. 
Captain Haycock. 
Captain Washington Hibbert, of 

Billing Hall. (184D.) 
The late Captain Henry Hig- 

gins. 
Captain Jackson, son of the 

Bishop of Antigua. 
Captain Blakie Keith, of the 

39th Regiment. 
Captain Edward Philip King- 

Salter. 

Captain Lawrence. 
Captain W. Maitland, of the 

Bengal Staff Corps. 
Captain Mitchell, of Buldaire 

and Balf our. 
Captain Moore. (1849.) 
Captain Nesbitt, late of the 

Royal Artillery. 
Captain F. G. Newnham, late of 

the Indian Army, Bombay. 

(1879.) 
Captain H. Oddie, of the loth 

Regiment. 
The late Hon. Captain Paken- 

ham, of the Guards, nephew 

of his Grace the late Duke of 

Wellington, K.G., and equerry 

to her Majesty Queen Yic- 

toria ; a Passionist priest. 

(1850.) 

Captain J. B. Payne. 
Captain Perry, late of the 38th 

Regiment. 
Captain W. Prentis, late of the 

Scots Greys. 
Captain Godfrey E. A. Rad- 

cliffe, brother of Sir Joseph 

Percival Pickford Radcliffe, 

Baronet, of Rudding Park, 

Yorkshire. 



THE ARMY. 



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Captain Rayner, late of the 5th 
Royal Lancashire Militia. 

Captain F. Shelten, late of the 
93rd Highlanders. 

Captain H. N. R. Storks, late of 
the 97th Regiment. 

Captain Taylor. (1856.) 

Captain Thomas. 

Captain Trendell, of the Ryde 
Militia. 

Captain Tucker. (1848.) 

Captain H. L. Wickham, Vice- 
President and Delegate to the 
Central Council of the Ports- 
mouth Yoluntary School As- 
sociation. 

Captain Wilde. 

Captain Wilson, of Edinburgh. 

Captain C. Yeoman. 

Assistant - Commissary - General 
G. Bridgett. 

Assistant - Commissary Hunter, 
of Dublin. 

Lieutenant Henry G-. S. Bowden, 

late of the Scots Fusilier 
Guards; a priest of the Oratory 
at the Oratory, Brompton, 
S.W. 

Lieutenant Arthur Charles 
Croker, late of the 77th Regi- 
ment ; son of the late Colonel 
Croker, and cousin of the 
Earl of Listowel. (1858). 

Lieutenant Heneage Dering, of 
the Coldstream Guards; author 
of " Sherborne," etc. (1859.) 

Lieutenant Arthur Henry Frye, 
late of the Madras Army. 

Lieutenant H. Percy Garnett, of 
the 32nd Regiment. 

Lieutenant Hales, of the Royal 
London Militia. 

Lieutenant Innes. (1852.) 

Lieutenant Arthur Jackson, of 
the 6th Regiment. 

Lieutenant J. F. Shaw Kennedy 
late of the 79th Highlanders ; 



son of Mr. Shaw Kennedy, of 
Kirkmichael, May bole, N.B. 
(1880.) 

Lieutenant Knight, of the Horse 
Guards ; a Benedictine. 

Lieutenant James Arthur Y. 
Maude, B.A., of Durham 
University, late of the 77th 
Regiment ; nephew of Lord 
Ha ward en ; a priest of the 
Oratory at the Oratory, 
Brompton, S.W., and Regis- 
trar for deceased clergy in the 
Archdiocese of Westminster. 
(1855.) 

Lieutenant Malcolm Laing 
Meason, late of the 10th 
Hussars ; journalist and 
author. (1839.) 

Lieutenant Ernest Nightingale, 
son of the Baronet. 

Lieutenant T. A. Robinson, 
B.A., of Corpus Christi Col- 
lege, Oxford. 

Lieutenant F. T. Ross, of 
Bladensberg, of the Royal 
Engineers. 

Lieutenant John Ross, of 
Bladensberg, of the Cold- 
stream Guards. (1880.) 

Lieutenant Edmund Ross, of 
Bladensberg, of the Royal 
Artillery. (1876.) 

Lieutenant Thomas Say, of the 
Bombay Army. 

Lieutenant A. St. John Scally, 
of her Majesty's Artillery 
Militia, grandson of the Rev. 
John Scally, LL.D. 

Lieutenant Charles F. Graham 
Trotter, J.P., late of the 93rd 
Sutherland Highlanders. 

Lieutenant Twyman. (1859.) 

Lieutenant George Tyler, of the 
Royal Engineers, grandson of 
Admiral Sir George Tyler, of 
Cottrell, Glamorganshire. 
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THE NAVY. 



Admiral George Courtnay. 

Admiral Crispin, captain of the 
Queen's Yacht. 

Admiral Robert Hall, Secretary 
to the Admiralty. 

Admiral Russell Henry Manners, 
F.R.S., of the Duke of Rut- 
land's family. 

Admiral Peirse. 

The Hon. Admiral Wodehouse. 

Captain "William Barrie, son of 
Admiral Sir Robert Barrie. 

Captain Bathurst. 

Captain Enson. (1845.) 

Captain E. F. T. Ferguson, late 
of the Indian Navy. 

Captain Good. (1849.) 

Captain J. G. Law. (1852.) 

Captain Moore. 

Captain Pauli, now in the Con- 
sular Service. (1852.) 

Captain Iltid Nicholl, 2nd son 
of the late Right Hon. J. 
Nicholl, M.P. 



Captain Pearse, of Devonport. 

Captain Twyman, late of the 
Indian Navy. 

Captain Granville "Wood ; a 
Jesuit. (184I 1 ..) 

Commander Algar. 

Lieutenant Bastard. (1853.) 

Lieutenant W. Kent, only son 
of the late Captain Kent, 
R.N., and father of Charles 
Kent, the poet and journalist. 

The late Lieutenant Augustus 
Henry Law ; a Jesuit Mis- 
sionary of the Zambesi Mis- 
sion, South Africa. (1852.) 

Lieutenant J. E. Gordon Milne, 
of H.M.S. British Duke. 
(1864.) 

Lieutenant Robert Newton. 

Lieutenant Randolph. 

Lieutenant Saltiam. (1881.) 

Lieutenant St. Andrew St. John. 

Lieutenant Thomas Trickett. 



THE MEDICAL PROFESSION. 



Dr. C. Carter Blake, F.G.S., 
Lecturer on Comparative 
Anatomy and Zoology at 
Westminster Hospital. 

Mark J. Bloom, L.D.S., R.C.S.I., 
surgeon-dentist, Dublin. 

The late Dr. Frederick Chambers, 
L.S.A.L., J.P., of Vicarage 
Crescent, Margate ; for many 
years member of the Town 
Council of Margate, and 
thrice Mayor ; he was mainly 
instrumental in improving the 
sanitary condition of that 
town. 

The late Dr. S. Chisholm, R.A., 
Deputy Inspector-General of 
Army Hospitals. 

Dr. Chittenden. 



Robert F. Clarke, M.R.C.S. ; a 
priest, and Rector of St. John 
of Jerusalem, Great Ormond 
Street, London, W.C. 

Dr. C. H. Clarke. 

Dr. J. Cookesley. 

John Cooper, surgeon. 

W. Cooper, surgeon. 

Dr. Copeland, of Cheltenham. 

Dr. Counsellor. 

Dr. Devitt. 

Dr. Duke, F.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., 
M.A. Oxon, of St. Leonards ; 
father of the Rev. Herbert C. 
Duke, Rector of St. Anne's, 
Keighley ; was assistant- 
surgeon of the International 
Ambulance during Franco- 
Prussian War. (1846.) 



THE MEDICAL PROFESSION. 



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Dr. Ewart. 

Dr. Farmer. 

Dr. Cottenham Farmer, of 
Orchard Place, Hexham, Nor- 
thumberland. 

Dr. Allen Jennings, L.R.C.P., 
M.R.C.S., L.S.A., Mem. Brit. 
Med. Assoc., of Netting Hill, 
W. ; late house-surgeon, Char- 
ing Cross Hospital. 

Dr. Forbes. (1859.) 

Dr. Forman. (1860.) 

Dr. Fowler, M.R.C.S. Eng., 
L.S.A., of Ormond Terrace, 
Cheltenham : father of the 
Rev. Reginald Fowler, Rector 
of St. Joseph's, Guildford, 
Surrey. (1859.) 

Dr. Francis Fox. 

The late Dr. Charles James 
Fox. 

Dr. William Wright Hardwicke, 
of Osborne House, Rother- 
ham. 

Dr. Harris. 

Dr. Lewis Gibson Hunt, B.A., 
of Acadia College, Nova 
Scotia : M.D. McG-ill College, 
Montreal ; L.R.C.P. Edin- 
burgh; L.F.P.S. Glasgow; now 
of Sheffield. 



George Jarvis, surgeon. 

Francis Kiernan. surgeon. 

Dr. Massen. 

Dr. Moir, of Edinburgh. 

W. H. Moore, surgeon, of 

Woodbridge. 
Dr. Munko. 
Dr. Nichols. 

Dr. Peart, J.P., of Kildare. 
Dr. Penrice. 
Dr. George E. Pollend, of Corby, 

Lincolnshire. 
F. A. Sass, surgeon. 
Dr. E. E. Sass. 
Dr. Shears, of Streatham. 
Dr. Philip Shepheard. 
Dr. Shepherd, of Richmond. 
Dr. Robert Shuttleworth. 
Charles Thompson, surgeon. 
C. H. Thurston, surgeon. 
Dr. Twycross, of Oxford. 
The late Dr. C. Matthew Wayte, 

brother of the Rev. S. W. 

Wayte, B.D., late President 

of Trinity College, Oxford. 

(1851.) 
Dr. West. 
J. Withington, surgeon, of 

London. 
Dr. Yonge, of Liskeard. 



THE LEGAL PROFESSION. 



Henry Alexander, barrister. 

The late F. Alger, solicitor. 

Chisholm Anstey, sometime 
M.P. and Attorney- General 
of Hong-Kong. (1846.) 

John Bridge Aspinall, Q.C., 
Recorder of Liverpool, son 
of the late Rev. James Aspin- 
all, Rector of Althorpe, Lin- 
colnshire. (1848.) 

John Sherston Baker, M.A., 
barrister. 

The late Mr. Sergeant Bellasis. 

Frederick de Betham, solicitor ; 
a Jesuit at St. Edmund's, 
Bury St. Edmunds. (1838.) 



Charles Bishop, solicitor, and 

Registrar of the Oxford 

County Court. 
A. Gordon Breton, solicitor. 
William Brewer, solicitor. 
The late Isaac Butt, Q.C., M.P., 

the founder of Home Rule. 
Robert Campbell, advocate and 

J.P. for Ayrshire. 
David Clarke, solicitor. 
J. A. Cook, barrister. 
Herbert L. Crosse, solicitor, of 

Wigmore Street, W. (1880.) 
Thomas Robert Deane, barrister. 
A. C. Edwards, law student. 
F. J. Fegen, barrister. 



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W. F. Finlason, barrister. 

The late James Firebrace, 
attorney. 

The late Samuel Firebrace, 
LL.D., Judge at Demerara : 
his three sons and two 
daughters. 

Henry Foley, solicitor ; now a 
Jesuit lay -brother and author. 
(1846.) 

William Foster, solicitor, of 
Alnwick, Northumberland. 

Baker Gabb, barrister, of Aber- 
gavenny. 

D. H. Goolden, solicitor. 

J. Philip Green, Judge at Bom- 
bay. 

F. W. E. Gruggen, solicitor. 
Mr. Hard wick, solicitor. 
William Henry Hart, F.S.A., 

solicitor. 
Davie Haye, of the Middle 

Temple. 

George Herbert, solicitor. 
Henry Holden, solicitor. 
Edward Hood, solicitor; a Jesuit 

at the Church of All Saints, 

Wardour Castle, Tisbury, 

Salisbury. (1845.) 
John Hutchinson, barrister. 
H. James, barrister. 
B. W. Jones, solicitor. 
J. R. Judge, barrister. (1846.) 
L. H. Keble, solicitor, of 

London. 
S. B. Lamb, solicitor, of 

London. 
William John Manbey, solicitor. 

G. Moore, solicitor. (1848.) 
Julius Wood Muir, barrister, 

Bengal Civil Service. 
Francis Thomas New, solicitor. 

(1847.) 
Beckett Nicholson, solicitor. 



Henry Watson Parker, solicitor, 

William Pigott, solicitor, of 
Portarlington, Ireland. 

George Godfrey Place, barrister, 
of Dublin. 

J. G. Plomer, solicitor. 

Mr. Plummer, solicitor, of Fal- 
mouth. 

J. R. Poole, solicitor. 

Dennis B. Potter, solicitor, and 
Senior Proctor of the Eccle- 
siastical Court of Tuam. 

L. D. Powles, barrister. 

Humphrey Ravenscrof t, of Lin- 
coln's Inn. 

George Richardson, solicitor, of 
Manchester, and brother of 
the Rev. R. Richardson, a 
priest of the Order of Charity, 
and Rector of St. Peter's, 
Cardiff. (1837.) 

Alexander B. Shea, barrister. 

Henry Sills, solicitor, of London. 

F. W. Tarleton, barrister. 
(1845.) 

Stephen Taylor, barrister. 

F. Till, solicitor, of Folkestone. 

De Lacey Towle, solicitor. 

S. W. Tucker, solicitor. 

Mr. Twyman, solicitor, of 
Rugeley. 

William Wake, solicitor, of 
Sheffield. 

Septimus Wall, barrister. 

Henry Waller, barrister. 

William Wasteneys, barrister. 

A. Mortimer Williams, barrister, 
of London. 

J. T. Withers, solicitor. 

Grenville Wood, barrister. 

J. S. Woodroffe, barrister. 

F. H. Woodroffe, Indian District 
Judge. 

Thomas P. Wymond, solicitor. 



LITERATURE. 



LITERATURE. 



Madame Belloc (nee, Bessie 
Rayner Parkes, a Unitarian), 
descendant of Dr. Priestley, 
and a well-known writer. 
Miss Emily Bowles, author of 
several popular stories. (1843.) 
Leicester Buckingham, author 
of " The Bible in the Middle 
Ages," etc. 

Alfred Bunn, the librettist. 

Philip Burchett, author of well- 
known works on geometry. 

Miss S. Busk, author of " Sages 
from the Far East," "Con- 
temporary Annals of Rome," 
" Folklore of Rome," etc. 

Mrs. Ross Church-Lean (Flo- 
rence Marryat), author of 
several novels, and daughter 
of the late Captain Marryat, 
R.N. 

Thomas Cooper, journalist and 
author. 

Francis Davis, of Holywood, 
Belfast ; a well-known North 
of Ireland poet, under the 
pseudonym of " The Belfast 
Man." 

Miss Drane, author of " Chris- 
tian Schools," and other works; 
a Dominican nun. 

Miss Caroline E. Edgar, au- 
thoress. 

James Gilbert, of New Peck- 
ham, author. 

The late James Grant, the cele- 
brated novelist. 

Robert R. Hamilton, journalist 
and author. 

Miss Harris, author of " From 
Oxford to Rome." 

The late Matthew Higgins, the 
" Jacob Omnium ' ; of the 
Times. 

Mrs. Cashel Hoey, authoress of 
" The Life of Madame de la 
Rochefoucault," etc. 



Miss Mary Holmes, authoress of 

" Hints on Music," etc. 
Mrs. Charles Kent, authoress of 
"Evelyn Kent," and other 
novels. 

R. B. Knowles, son of Sheridan 
Knowles, late editor of the 
Nineteenth Century. (1849.) 
Mrs. Leathley, wife of W. H. 
Leathley, barrister-at-law ; 
authoress of popular books 
for the young. 

Frank Marshall, dramatic au- 
thor. 

Mrs. Wilfred Meynell (nee 
Thompson, sister of Mrs. 
Butler, painter of " The Roll 
Call"), authoress of "Pre- 
ludes," etc. 

The late John Oxenford, poet, 
dramatic author, and critic of 
the Times. 

Charles F. Palmer, author of 
"History of Tamworth," 
" Life of Cardinal Howard," 
etc. ; a Dominican priest. 
Coventry Patmore, the poet, and 
author of " The Angel in the 
House," etc. 
Miss Piggott, authoress. 
Mrs. Pittar, authoress of " Con- 
version by my Bible and 
Prayer-book." (1843.) 
Miss Mary Probyn, of Devizes, 
Wiltshire, authoress. (1883.) 
Miss Adelaide Anne Proctor, the 

poetess. 

John Edmund Reade, the poet. 
James Burton Robertson, au- 
thor of various philosophical 
works. 

W. Clement Scott, poet, journal- 
ist, dramatic author, and editor 
of The Theatre. 

Thomas H. Shaw, author of 
" Reasons for Returning to 
the True Fold " etc. 



CONVERTS TO HOME. 



Miss Eliza Allen Starr, au- 
thoress. 

S. E. Thomas, S.C.L., journalist 
and author. 



Aubrey de Vere, the poet ; 

brother of the late Baronet. 
Charles Walker, of Brighton, 

author of various Ritualistic 

works. (1878.) 



PUBLISHERS. 



James Burns, of Paternoster 
Row and Granville Mansions, 
Orchard Street, London, W. 
(1846.) 

E. Lumley. (1843.) 

J. Miller, of Edinburgh, N.B. 

J. Toovey, of Piccadilly. (184G.) 



The late William Wilfred Gates, 
partner in the firm of Burns 
and Gates, of Paternoster 
Row, E.C. 

John Philip. 

Robert Washbourne, of Pater- 
noster Row, E.C. 



RELATIVES OF CLERGYMEN. 



Evelyn Bellew, son of the late 
Rev. J. C. M. Bellew, S.C.L., 
Oxon., the celebrated elocu- 
tionist. 

Harold Kyrle Bellew, ditto, the 
actor. 

John Bradney, of Bayford 
Lodge, son of a Church of 
England clergyman. 

H. S. Butterfield, son of the 
Rev. H. Butterfield, M.A., 
Rector of Falmer, Bucks. 

G. H. Leighton Davis, of Ard- 
mulchan House, Xavan, son 
of the late Rev. Dr. Davis, 
secretary to the Religious 
Tract Society. 

Reginald Forbes, cousin of the 
late Bishop of Brechin. 

Powell Baker Gabb, son of a 
Monmouthshire rector. 

John Baker Gabb, ditto. 

Charles Augustine Baker Gabb, 
ditto. 

Charles Gatty, son of the Vicar 
of Ecclesfield. 

Thomas Grinfield, son of the 
Rev. T. Grinfield, M.A. 

Charles Hall, of Liverpool, son 
of the late Rev. Charles Hall, 
of Wadebridge, Cornwall. 
(1850.) 



Ambrose De Lisle Lee. son of 
the Rev. Dr. F. G. Lee, Vicar 
of All Saints, Lambeth, S.E. 
(1881.) 

The late C. J. Manning, the 
Cardinal's brother. 

The late W. H. Manning, nephew 
of the Cardinal ; a priest, Mon- 
signor, and Rector of St. 
Charles's College, Bayswater, 

Julius McLaurin, late Professor 
of Mathematics at Stonyhurst 
College ; son of the Very Rev. 
VV. C. A. McLaurin, Dean of 
Ross and Moray. 

Richard Meady, of Cloudesley 
Lodge, Southampton, son of 
a clergyman. 

John Henry Metcalfe, son of 
Captain Metcalfe, and grand- 
son of the Rector of Kirkbride, 
Cumberland. 

G . L. Gordon Milne, son of the 
late Incumbent of St. James's, 
Cupar, Fife, N.B. (1864.) 

Octavius Owen, son of the Rev. 
Canon Owen, and brother of 
the late Rev. William Eddowes 
Owen, M.A., Cantab. 

Stuart Etienne Paulet, of Dun- 
vegan, Isle of Skye, X.B., 



RELATIVES OF CLERGYMEN. 



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son of the Rev. Charles N. 
Paulet, of Shenton Lodge, 
Scarboro', Yorkshire. (1874.) 

Charles Rouse, formerly an 
Anglican Deacon ; brother of 
Rev. W. G. Rouse, late curate 
of St. John's, Bury St. 
Edmunds. 

Arthur F. E. Russell, son of the 
Rev. A. B. Russell, M.A., 
Rector of Laverton ; a priest, 
Secretary and Registrar for 
Deceased Clergy, and Diocesan 
Treasurer for Propagation of 
the Faith. (1867.) 

Henry Ignatius Dudley Ryder, 
son of the Rev. G. D. Ryder, 
M.A. ; a priest of the Bir- 
mingham Oratory, author. 
(1846.) 

Cyril Ryder, ditto ; a priest, 
and chaplain-president of the 
Notting Hill branch of the 
League of the Cross. (1846.) 

Charles E. Ryder, ditto ; a 
priest, and Rector of St. 
Philip's, Smethwick, Bir- 
mingham. (1846.) 

George Lisle Ryder, ditto, of 
the Treasury. (1846.) 

Henry S. Stewart, son of the 
Rev. J. A. Stewart, M.A., 
Rector of Yange, Essex ; late 
of the Civil Service. 

Archdale William Tayler, son 
of the Rector of St. Mary's, 
Stoke Newington. 

Arthur Micah Towne, son of 



the Rev. E. J. Towne, of New- 
Street Square, Chaplain to 
Messrs. Eyre and Spottis- 
woode ; was for some time a 
helper in the parish of St. 
Alban's, Holborn, E.C. 

Nicholas Yansittart, son of the 
Rev. C. Vansittart, M.A. 

Arthur Vansittart, ditto. 

Bexley Yansittart, ditto. 

Frederick Walford, grandson of 
the Rev. Henry Hutton, D.D. 

Francis R. Ward, brother of the 
Rev. R. Ward, M.A., Yicar of 
St. Saviour's, Leeds ; solicitor. 

Michael Watts-Russell, jun., son 
of the Rev. M. Watts-Russell, 
M.A., Yicar of Benefield ; a 
Passionist priest, and Rector 
of St. Joseph's Retreat, High- 
gate, London, N. (1845.) 

David P. Watts-Russell. (1845.) 

Edwin Yincent Williams. 

John J. Paul Williams. 

Walter R. Francis Williams. 

Frederick Williams. 

Achilles Leo Williams. 

Bertie Francis Williams. 

William Yincent Williams. 

Clare Williams, children, and 
grandchildren of the Rev. W. 
H. Williams, M.A., late of 
Wolverhampton. 

Stanley Wynell-Mayow, son of 
the Rev. E. M. Wynell- 
Mayow, M.A., late Rector of 
Southam, Warwickshire. 



CLERGYMEN. 



The late Rev. George Bampton, 
a Jesuit. 

Rev. T. W. Barlow, late Yicar 
of Little Bowden. 

Rev. Edward Beard, formerly 
Methodist minister at Cam- 
bridge. 

Rev. George Whitefield Benja- 
min, D.D., late curate of the 



English Church at Rome. 

(1877.) 
Rev. T. Bowdler, late curate of 

Tennison Chapel. 
Rev. H. G. J. Brasnell, late 

curate of Brastide, Kent. 

(1852.) 
Rev. Matthew Bridges, formerly 

an Anglican clergyman, and a 



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contributor to the Edinburgh 
Review. 

Rev. Sherer Browne, late curate 
at Clewer and Penkridge ; a 
priest (Oblate of St. Charles). 
(1882.) 

Rev. J. Carr Browne, M.A., late 
an Anglican clergyman. 

Rev. Thomas Jones Burton, 
M. A., late curate of St. Paul's, 
Brompton. 

Rev. A. D. R. Campbell, for- 
merly curate of Ashley, New- 
market. (1844.) 

Rev. John Somers Cocks, M.A., 
late Rector of Sheviock, 
Exeter. 

Rev. Thomas Lloyd Coghlan, 
jun., late curate at Stone- 
house ; son of the Rev. T. L. 
Coghlan, formerly Rector of 
Mourne Abbey, Cork ; a priest, 
and Army Chaplain at Sand- 
gate. 

Rev. D. J. T. Collett, formerly 
a Baptist minister. 

Rev. R. L. De Burgh, M.A., 
late Vicar of West Drayton, 
Middlesex. (1881.) 

Rev. H. W. Dewhurst, late 
curate of St. Barnabas, South- 
wark, S.E. (1852.) 

Rev. C. H. Dixon, formerly 
curate at Fewston. (1850.) 

Rev. Alexander Melbourne 
Donaldson, late curate of 
Farmborough, Bath. (1877.) 

Rev. Edward B. Douglass, late 
curate at Emscote ; a priest, 
Canon and Rural Dean in the 
Diocese of Nottingham, at St. 
Barnabas's Cathedral, Not- 
tingham. (1868.) 

Rev. John B. Eskrigge, till 
lately curate at the Church of 
the Annunciation, Brighton ; 
a priest (oblate of St. Charles) 
at St. Mary of the Angels, 
Bayswater, W. (1881.) 

Rev. W. Eye, M.A., late of St. 
George's Mission. 



Rev. T. Burnes|Floyer, formerly 
an Anglican clergyman and 
J.P. for Staffordshire. 

Rev. G. Ford, M.A., late curate 
of St. Mary's, Soho. 

Rev. William Fothergill, M.A., 
late curate of St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge. 

Rev. W. G. Freeman, of Ply- 
mouth, Devonshire. 

Rev. William Goldstone, of St. 
Michael's, Wakefield. 

Rev. Thomas Henry Grantham, 
late curate of Slinf old, Sussex. 

Rev. C. Hamilton, formerly an 
Anglican clergyman at Exeter. 

Rev. J. Hammond, of St. 
George's Mission. 

Rev. A. J. Hanmer, of Tiverton. 

The late George Harper, late 
an Anglican clergyman, and 
brother of a Protestant Austra- 
lian Bishop ; a Jesuit. (1850.) 

Rev. J. Henn, late curate of 
St. James's, Bristol. 

Rev. J. Hill, formerly an Angli- 
can curate. (1845.) 

Rev. William Humphrey, late 
Vicar of St. Mary Magdalen's, 
Dundee, and Chaplain to the 
Bishop of Brechin ; now a 
Jesuit at St. Aloysius's, 
Oxford ; author of " Divine 
Teacher," "Written Word," 
"Other Gospels," etc. (1868.) 

Rev. Samuel W. Ktittner, for- 
merly Chaplain to the Protes- 
tant Bishop of Jerusalem." 

Rev. A. Leeson, late an Angli- 
can clergyman. 

Rev. W. H. Littleboy, late 
curate of Sheston. 

Rev. E. D. Livingstone, late 
clergyman of the Episcopal 
Church, Beauly, N.B. 

Rev. J. Maphson, late curate of 
St. Mary's, Soho. 

Rev. Jacob Montagu Mason, 
M.A., formerly Rector of 
Silk Willoughby, Lincoln- 
shire. (1879.) 



CLERGYMEN. 



Rev. A. H. Matthews, B.A., a 
priest. 

Very Rev. W. C. A. McLaurin, 
late Dean of Ross and Moray. 

Rev. Henry S. McMurdie, for- 
merly an Anglican clergyman : 
a priest, and Professor of 
Logic and Metaphysics at 
Mount St. Mary's College, 
Maryland, U.S.A. (1848.) 

Rev. H. R. Meakinson, some- 
time Vicar of St. Andrew's, 
Sydney, Australia. 

Rev. A. Meers, late curate at 
Douglas, Isle of Man. 

Rev. H. Milner, formerly curate 
of Barnoldswick. 

Rev. W. Moberley,ilate Vicar of 
Easton, Winchester. 

Rev. R. Moore, ex-missionary 
of the Society for the Propa- 
gation of the Gospel in India. 

Rev. T. Moyston, late Vicar of 
the Irish Church in Galway. 
(1852.) 

Rev. W. Murray, formerly In- 
cumbent at Colchester. 

Rev. Frederick Myers, B.A., 
perpetual curate of Keswick ; 
a Jesuit and Professor at 
Stonyhurst College, Black- 
burn, Lancashire. 

Rev. Francis H. Nash, M.A., 
late curate of All Saints, 
Oxford, and son of the Rev. 
Dr. Nash. 

Rev. William Hayes Neligan, 
formerly curate of the Estab- 
lished Church ; now a priest, 
and Vicar-General of the Ba- 
hama Islands ; author. (1850.) 

Rev. H. Nelson, late curate of 
Frome Selwood. 

Rev. T. N. Norton, formerly 
curate at Devizes. 

Rev. M. O'Connor, late Rector 
of Culdoff, Ireland. 

Rev. R. B. Osborne, late Vicar 
of Dunston. (1878.) 

The late Charles E. Parry, B.A., 
a priest. 



Rev. Mr. Pritchard, ex-mission- 
ary at the Island of Tahiti, 
and British Consul. (1853.) 

Rev. Charles George Ramsey, 
formerly a clergyman of the 
English Church. 

Rev. W. H. Ratcliffe, late curate 
of St. Mary Magdalene's, Pad- 
dington, W. 

Rev. T. C. Robertson, late 
Chaplain to the Duke of Buc- 
cleuch. (1858.) 

The late Rev. George Rose, 
M.A., reader at the Temple 
Church ; son of the late James 
Rose, and nephew to the late 
Right Hon. Sir George Rose, 
Master in Chancery, a well- 
known wit and scholar ; since 
leaving Church of England 
was known as " Arthur 
Sketchley," author ; for some 
time tutor to the Duke of 
Norfolk, E.M. (1855.) 

Rev. W. G. Rouse, late curate of 
St. John's, Bury St. Edmunds. 

Rev. W. A. Scott, late Rector, 
near Birmingham. 

Rev. Joseph Searle, a priest, and 
Rector of St. Augustine's, 
Tunbridge Wells, Kent, and 
President of Conference. 

Rev. John Hanson Sperling, 
M,A., formerly Rector of 
Westbourne, Sussex. 

Rev. Henry Stanley, late a 
Methodist minister. 

The late Rev. Thomas Stevens, 
M.A., late Vicar of Hathers- 
age. (1865.) 

Rev. Ambrose Stewart, M.A., 
late an Anglican clergyman. 

Rev. Henry Thompson, late 
curate at Ashford, Kent. 

Rev. H. Vale, late curate of St. 
Andrews, Wells Street, W. 

Rev. Samuel Ware, formerly 
curate at Bedford Leigh. 

Rev. Thomas Wells, late curate 
of St. Martin's, Liverpool ; a 
priest, and Rector of St. 



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Mary's, Great Eccleston, Gar- 
stang. (1843.) 

Rev. C. Whish, late of the Estab- 
lished Church. 

Rev. J. Trevor White, late curate 
of Norton St. Philip's. 

Rev. Horace Stone Wilcocks, 



M.A., late Vicar of St. James- 

the-less, Plymouth. (1880). 
Rev. B. Wilson, M. A., late Vicar 

of Fordham. 
Rev. W. Vaughan Yarworth, 

M.A., formerly curate at 

Westbury. 



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ALL SOULS' COLLEGE. 

J. Chandler. 

Rev. Edward B. Deane, D.C.L., 
Fellow of this College, and 
late Rector of Lewknor. 
(1855.) 

Rev. John Henry Wynne,B.C.L. ; 
D.D., of Rome, Fellow of 
this College ; a Jesuit, and 
Professor at St. Beuno's Col- 
lege, St. Asaph, Flintshire. 



BALLIOL COLLEGE. 

William E. Addis, M.A., some- 
time Fellow of the Royal 
University of Ireland ; a priest, 
and Rector of the Church of 
Our Lady and St. Philip Xeri, 
Lower Sydenham, S.E. (18G6.) 

Edmund R. P. Bastard, M.A., 
Double First-Class in Classics ; 
of Kitley, Devonshire. (1850.) 

Charles C.Cholmondeley,nephew 
of the late Right Rev. Reginald 
Heber, D.D., Bishop of Cal- 
cutta, and of Richard Heber, 
the celebrated bibliographer 
and scholar ; a priest, and 
Canon of Shrewsbury, at St. 
Werburgh's, Chester. (1850.) 

C. A. Dawson, M.A. (1880.) 

C. Devas, M.A. 

Rev. Alfred Fawkes, M.A., late 
curate of St. Bartholomew's, 
Brighton ; a priest of the 
Brompton Oratory, S.W. 
(1876.) 



A. W. Garnett, B.A. 

Gerard M. Hopkins, M. A., Fellow 
of the Royal University of 
Ireland ; a Jesuit and Pro- 
fessor of Classics at the Uni- 
versity College, Dublin. (1866.) 

The late Rev. Frederick Oakeley, 
M.A., Fellow of this College, 
Select Preacher and Public 
Examiner for this University ; 
Prebendary of Lichfield and 
Minister of All Saints, Mar- 
garet Street, London, W. ; 
gained the Chancellor's Latin 
Essay Prize in 1825, and the 
English Essay Prize and the 
Ellerton Theological Prize in 
1827; son of the late Sir Charles 
Oakeley, formerly Governor 
of Madras ; a priest, Canon of 
Westminster, and Rector of 
St. John's, Duncan Terrace, 
Islington ; author of " Lyra 
Liturgica," etc., and contri- 
butor to the Dublin Eeviev;. 
(1845.) 

Rev. J. Plumer, M.A., son of 
the former Master of the 
Rolls. (1846.) 

The late Frederick Peel Round, 
B.A., for 42 years Gentleman 
Usher of the Green Rod ; son 
of the late John Round, of 
Danbury Park, Essex, for 
many years M.P. for Ipswich 
and Maldon, and for 42 years 
High Steward of Colchester. 

Philip Serle. 

Count Stenbock. (1880.) 

F. French. 



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Oliver Vassall, B.A. (1879.) 

Eev. Edward Walford, M.A., 
Fellow of this College, and 
nephew of the Protestant 
Bishop of Barbadoes ; author. 

The late Rev. W. G. Ward, M.A., 
D.Ph., Fellow of this College, 
and late editor of the Dublin 
Review of Westoii Manor, 
Isle of Wight. (1845.) 

F. R. Wegg-Prosser, B.A.. 
Deputy-Lieutenant, and for- 
merly M.P. for Herefordshire. 
(1852.) 

BRASENOSE COLLEGE. 

Edward Baddeley, M.A., Q.C. 
(1852.) 

Rev. Robert Butler, M.A., 
Warden of the House of 
Charity, Soho. 

The late Rev. Edward Caswall, 
M.A., curate at Stratford- 
under- the- Castle ; a priest of 
the Brompton Oratory, S.W. : 
author of "Hymns and 
Poems," "Verba Verbi," etc. 
(1845.) 

Rev. Joseph Darlington, B.A., 
curate of Dymock, Glouces- 
tershire. (1877.) 

Rev. Joshua Dixon, a missionary 
priest in Texas. 

The late Rev. Henry Formby, 
M.A., late Rector of Rivers- 
dean, Wales ; a priest, and 
Professor at St. Bede's Col- 
lege, Manchester. (184G.) 

Rev. E. Peel Garnett, M.A., 
curate of Holy Trinity 
Church, Oxford ; a priest of 
the Brompton Oratory, S.W. 
(1850.) 

The late Rev. C. B. Garside, 
M.A., curate of All Saints, 
Margaret Street, W. ; a priest, 
and author of "Sacrifice of 
the Eucharist," etc. (1850.) 
Rev. J. Gordon, B.A., curate of 



Christ Church, St. Pancras. 

(1847.) 
Hartwell de la Garde Grissell, 

M.A., Chamberlain to his 

Holiness Pope Leo XIII. 

(1868.) 
Rev. W. H. Kelke, M.A.. curate 

of Bedford Leigh ; now a 

barrister-at-law. 
J. Leigh. 
John Lister, B.A. 
Richard Mills, solicitor. 
Rev. Robert K. Sconce, B.A., 

curate of St. Andrew's, 

Sydney, Australia. 
Rev. Richard M. Stanton, B.A. ; 

a priest of the Brompton 

Oratory, S.W r . (1845.) 
The late Rev. J. Walker, M.A., 

curate of Benefield : a priest 

and canon. (1845.) 
F. F. Wetherell. 
Rev. James Baker White, M.A., 

curate of St. John the Divine, 

Kennington, S.E. ; a priest 

(Oblate of St. Charles) at St. 

Francis of Assissi, Netting 

Hill, W T . (1877.) 

CHRIST CHURCH. 

Rev. Septimus Andrews, M.A. 
student of this College, late 
Vicar of Market Harborough ; 
a priest (Oblate of St. Charles) 
at the Church of St. Mary of 
the Angels, Bayswater. (1869.) 

Rev. F. R. Balston, M.A. ; a 
priest at West Grinstead, 
Horsham, Sussex. (1850.) 

Thomas King Chambers, M.A., 
M.D., F.R.C.S., London ; 
honorary physician to H.R.H. 
the Prince of Wales ; senior 
consulting physician of St. 
Mary's Hospital, London ; 
author of " Some Effects of 
the Climate of Italy," " Cata- 
lepsy," " Ecstasy," " Somnam- 
bulism.," etc. 



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Rev. R. A. Coffin, M.A., late 
Vicar of St. Mary Magdalen's, 
Oxford ; till lately Provincial 
of the Order of the Re- 
demptorists in England ; now 
Bishop of South wark ; author 
of several religious works* 
(1845.) 
Rev. H. G. Coope, M.A., curate 

at Bucknell. 

The late Rev. E. L. Crawley, 
M.A., curate of St. Saviour's, 
Leeds ; a priest. (1845.) 
The late Rev. J. Douglas, B.A. ; 

a priest. 
James Ogilvie Fairlie, B.A., and 

his brother. 

Rev. T. Goodwin, M.A., for- 
merly Chaplain of this College. 
Le Marchant Gosselin, attache 
to the English Embassy at St. 
Petersburg. (187s.) 
Rev. Harman Grisewood, M.A., 
of Daylesford House. (1870.) 
Henry L. Harrison, B.A., Bengal 

Civil Service. 

Rev. Douglas Hope, M.A., curate 
of St. John the Divine, Ken- 
nington, S.E. (1877.) 
Wyndham H. Nelson Hoste, 
B.A., brother of the late 
Rear- Admiral and Baronet ; 
barrister-at-law. 
Rev. Russell Howell, M.A., late 

Vicar of St. Veep, Cornwall. 
Sydney Joyce, M.A. 
John G. Kenyon, B.A., S.C.L., 
grandson of Lord Kenyon ; 
formerly a Papal Zouave ; 
Private Chamberlain to his 
Holiness Pope Leo XIII. 
George Lane-Fox, jun., of Bram- 

ham, Yorkshire. (18G7.) 
John Merewether, son of the 

late Dean of Hereford. 
B. R. V. Mills, son of Arthur C. 

Mills, M.P. for Exeter. 
Rev. Robert Sadlier Moody, 

M.A., curate of Aston. 
Rev. Clement Harington Moore, 
M.A., curate of St. Barnabas, 



Oxford ; a priest at the Pro- 
Cathedral, Kensington, W. 
(1872.) 

Rev. Alfred Newdegate M.A., 
late Vicar of Kirk Hallam, 
and cousin of Charles N. New- 
degate, M.P. for North War- 
wickshire. (1875.) 
Thomas D'Oyly, B.A., son of 
the late Mr. Sergeant D'Oyly. 
Rev. W. G. Penny, M.A., curate 
of Ashdin, Essex ; a priest. 
(1844.) 

John O'Fallon Pope, M.A. ; a 
Jesuit, and Professor at St. 
Beuno's College, St. Asaph, 
Flintshire. 

Edward Purbrick, formerly a 
solicitor ; a Jesuit ; till lately, 
Rector of Stonyhurst College, 
Blackburn ; now Provincial of 
the Jesuits at the Church of 
the Immaculate Conception, 
Farm Street, Berkeley Square, 
W. (1850.) 

James Purbrick, brother of the 
above, also a solicitor ; now a 
Jesuit at St. Wilfrid's, Wigan. 
(1850.) 

John James Heath Saint, B.A., 
late Recorder of Newark ; son 
of the Rev. J". J. Saint, of 
Groombridge Place, Kent. 
The late C. R. Scott-Murray, 
M.A., of Danesfield, formerly 
M.P. for Buckinghamshire. 
(1844.) 

Rev. Thomas Scratton, M.A., 
curate at Benson ; now Secre- 
tary of the Catholic University 
of Ireland. 

The late Rev. Ambrose St. John, 
M.A., curate at East Farleigh ; 
a priest of the Broinpton 
Oratory, S.W. (1845.) 
Rev. George Benson Tatum, 
M.A., late Chaplain of Mag- 
dalen College, and curate of 
St. Paul's, Oxford. (1883.) 
Algar Labouchere Thorold, only 
son of the Right Rev. Dr. 



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Thorold, Lord Bishop of 
Rochester. (1884.) 

E. T. Vaughan, B.A. 

Rev. George Whitlaw, M.A., 
curate of St. Stephen's, Clewer, 
near Windsor. (1881.) 

Arthur Wilson, M.A. 

Rev. William Winchester, M.A., 
Chamberlain to his Holiness 
Pope Leo XIII. 

Rev. W. Wingfield, M.A., 
brother-in-law of the late 
Rev. W. G. Ward, M.A., late 
editor of the Dublin Review. 

CORPUS CHRISTI 
COLLEGE. 

Rev. Richard Gell Macmullen, 
M.A., Fellow of this College, 
and late Vicar of St. Mary 
Magdalen's, Oxford ; a priest, 
Canon of Westminster ; and 
Member of the Council of the 
Association for the Propaga- 
tion of the Faith. (1846.) 

Rev. Thomas Meyrick, M.A., 
Scholar of this College, First- 
class in Classics ; a Jesuit. 
(1845.) 

Rev. James Spencer Northcote, 
D.D., M.A., scholar of this 
College, First-Class in Classics, 
late curate of Ilf racombe ; a 
priest, and Canon of Birming- 
ham ; formerly Rector of St. 
Mary's College, Oscott ; now 
Rector of Our Lady of Angels 
and St. Peter's Chains, Stoke- 
on-Trent ; author of " Roma 
Sotterranea," etc. (1846.) 

EXETER COLLEGE. 

Arnold S. Baker ; a priest (oblate 
of St. Charles) at Our Lady 
of the Holy Souls, Kensal 
New Town, W. 

Henry Sherston Baker, M.A., 
father of the present Baronet. 

Henry Bellingham, M. A., S.C.L., 
barrister-at-law, M.P. for Co. 



Louth, and Private Chamber- 
lain to his Holiness Pope 
Leo XIII. ; eldest son of Sir 
Allan Bellingham, Baronet, of 
Castle Bellingham, Co. Louth. 
(1873.) 

Rev. F. S. Bowles, M.A. ; ji 
priest at Harrow. 

The late Walter Buckle ; a 
priest. 

Verney Cave - Browne - Cave, 
M.A., son of the late Sir John 
Robert Cave - Browne - Cave, 
Baronet ; a priest at Leaming- 
ton, Warwickshire. (1875.) 

Rev. Danvers Clarke, M.A., late 
Vicar of Iping, Sussex, and 
Rural Dean ; till lately, Pro- 
fessor of the Catholic Univer- 
sity College, Kensington, W. 
(1851.) 

Rev. C. Cox, B.A. 

The late John B. Dalgairns, 
M.A., an eminent writer in 
the Contemporary Review, and 
elsewhere; a priest of the 
Brompton Oratory, S.W. 
(1844.) 

Rev. Alfred J. Dayman, B.A., 
late curate at Wasperton. 

William Douglas Dick, M.A., 
D.L. for Forfarshire. 

George Dover, M.A. ; a Jesuit, 
and Professor at Beaumont 
College, Old Windsor. (1872.) 

The late Rev. Edgar Estcourt, 
M.A., late curate at Cirences- 
ter ; a priest, and Canon 
(Economus of Birmingham, 
Highlands,Leamington.(1845.) 

Rev. P. Fletcher, B.A., late 
curate of St. Bartholomew's, 
Brighton ; a priest at St. 
Joseph's, Brighton. (1878.) 

Nathaniel A. Goldsmid. (1850.) 

E. B. Harding, a nephew of the 
late Rev. Dr. Pusey ; now 
organist at the Birming- 
ham Oratory (Cardinal New- 
man's). 

N. H. Higginson. 



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Rev. T. A. King ; now a solicitor. 
(1844.) 

Rev. Sydney Hamilton Little, 
B. A., late curate of St. Peter's, 
Bournemouth, and Metropoli- 
tan Organizing Secretary of 
the Additional Curates' So* 
ciety ; brother of the Rev. 
Canon Knox Little, the 
eminent preacher. (1881.) 

William Lockhart, B.A. ; a 
priest, and Procurator-General 
of the Institute, or Rosminian 
Order ; Rector of St. Ethel- 
dredra's, Holborn, E.G. ; 
author of " The Old Religion," 
"Non Possumus," etc. 

Rev. William Lovell, M.A., late 
curate at Wantage. 

L. M. Mackenzie, B.A. 

Rev. John G. Macleod, M.A. : ;i 
Jesuit at St. John's, Standish 
Gate, Wigan. (isr,4.) 

W. C. Maude. (1855.) 

The late Rev. John Brande 
Morris, M.A., Fellow of this 
College; a priest. (184i>.) 

Robert S. Ross, of Bladensberg, 
M.A., barrister-at-law ; a 
Jesuit, (1875.) 

Rev. C. Thomas, B.A. 

Rev. Edward H. Woodall, 31. A., 
late Rector of St. Margaret's, 
Canterbury ; a priest, and 
Rector of SS. Mary and 
Michael, Settle, Yorkshire. 
(1859.) 

Rev. Cecil Beadon Young, M.A., 
late curate of Burghclerc, 
Hants. (1847.) 

HERTFORD COLLEGE. 

W. Harvey, M.A. 

Rev. Arthur Mayo, B.A., Y.C., 

Midshipman late Indian Navy, 
and late assistant-curate of St. 
Peter's, Plymouth. 
Rev. Henry Morland, B.A., late 
curate at Middle Clayton ; 
now a priest. 



JESUS COLLEGE. 

The late Rev. E. W. Atwood, 
B.A., late curate of St. 
Leonard's, Shoreditch. 

John Hugh Jones ; a priest, and 
Rector of SS. Peter and Paul, 
Carnarvon. (1865.) 

Rev. D. Lewis, M.A., Fellow of 
this College, late curate of 
St. Mary-the- Virgin, Oxford. 
(184(5.) 

Rev. H. W. Lloyd, M.A., 
scholar of this College, for- 
merly curate of Kevidiog. 
(184G.) 

KEBLE COLLEGE. 

The late C. V. Greene, B.A. ; a 
priest (Oblate of St. Charles). 
(1880.) 

Arthur Johnson. 

Rev. J. C. M. Ogilvie, M.A.. 
one of the clergy of the Right 
Rev. Dr. Copleston, Bishop of 
Colombo ; now studying for 
the priesthood at the Scotch 
College, Rome. (1881.) 

LINCOLN COLLEGE. 

Rev. G. F. L. Bampfield, B.A.. 
late scholar of this College. 
First-Class in Classics ; a 
priest, and Director of the 
Barnet Schools, Herts. (1865.) 

Rev. H. M. Parker, M.A., late 
curate of St. Bartholomew's. 
(1877.) 

Arthur Pollard Urquhart, son 
of the late David Urquhart, 
diplomatist and author ; a 
Redemptorist priest at St. 
Joseph's, Teignmouth. (1877.) 

Robert Walker, M.A. 

Rev. John Priestley Warmoll, 
late curate of St. Barnabas, 
Pimlico ; a priest, Provost of 
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the Holy Child Jesus and St. 
Joseph, Bedford. (1859.) 
Rev. E. Webb, M.A., late Vicar 
of Hambleton - with - Braun- 
ston. (1875.) 

MAGDALEN COLLEGE. 

David Hunter Blair, M.A., son 
of Sir David Hunter Blair, 
Baronet ; a Benedictine monk 
at Fort Augustus, Scotland. 
(1876.) 

Rev. W. H. Bliss, M.A., late 
Rector of Hincksey. 

The late Joseph George Clark, 
M.A., a Passionist priest. 
(1864.) 

Rev. A. E. Coffin, M.A., late 
curate of East Farleigh ; bro- 
ther of the Right Rev. Dr. 
R. A. Coffin, M.A., Bishop of 
Southwark. (1845.) 

A. C. Dunlop, B.A., of South- 
ampton. (1879.) 

Rev. Reginald C. Kempe, M.A. 

Archibald S. McCall, a priest of 
the Brompton Oratory, S.W. 

The late Rev. William Palmer, 
M.A., Fellow of this College ; 
elder brother of the present 
Lord Chancellor (Lord Sel- 
borne). (1845.) 

Edward Powell, scholar of this 
College ; a priest, and Rector 
of St. Alexander's, Bootle, 
Liverpool. (1865.) 

The late Rev. Richard Waldo 
Sibthorpe, B.D., Fellow of 
this College ; Rector of St. 
Mary's, Ryde, Isle of Wight, 
and formerly an eloquent 
preacher of the Evangelical 
School ; brother of the late 
Colonel Sibthorpe, M.P. for 
Lincoln ; a priest. (1841.) 

Rev. Bernard Smith, M.A., 
Fellow of this College ; late 
Rector of Leadenham ; a priest, 
Canon and Rural Dean of 



Northampton, and Rector of 
St. Peter's, Great Marlow. 
(1842.) 

Rev. John G. Wenham, B.A., a 
priest ; Canon, President of 
Conference in the Diocese of 
Southwark ; Rector of St. 
Mary Magdalen's, Mortlake, 
S.W., and Ecclesiastical In- 
spector of Schools for the late 
Right Rev. Dr. Danell, Bishop 
of Southwark. (1846.) 

Rev. William Wheeler, B.D., 
Fellow of this CoUege : late 
Rector of Old and New Shore- 
ham ; a priest at St. Mary of 
the Angels, Bayswater, W. 

MAGDALEN HALL. 

The late Rev. G. Burder, M.A., 
formerly curate at Ruardean ; 
a Cistercian monk. (1846.) 

Rev. John Coventry, M.A., 
late Rector of Tywardreath ; 
grandson of the Earl of 
Coventry. 

The late Rev. Robert Stephen 
Hawker, M.A., late Rector 
of Moorwinstow, Cornwall, 
the poet and author. (1875.) 

Trevor Lloyd, M.A., a Jesuit. 

T. J. E. A. Lloyd. 

Rev. Philip Gun Munro, B.A., 
late curate at Ware ; a priest, 
and Rector of St. John's, 
Horsham, Sussex. (1852.) 

Rev. Richard Boyer Sankey, 
M.A., formerly curate of St. 
Paul's, Leicester ; a priest, St. 
James', Spanish Place, Man- 
chester Square, W. (1881.) 

Rev. C. F. Wordsworth, B.A., 
late domestic Chaplain to the 
Marchioness of Bath. (1850.) 

ST. MARY'S HALL. 

The late Rev. J. C. M. Bellew, 
S.C.L.. the celebrated elocu- 
tionist. 

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J. Dawe, a priest. 
The late Rev. William V. Daw- 
son, M.A., formerly incumbent 
in the Diocese of Ripon. 

The late Rev. John Melville 
Glenie, M.A., perpetual curate 
of Mark ; a priest and canon 
(1845.) 

Rev. William J. M. Hutchison, 
S.C.L., late curate of St. 
Endellion, Cornwall ; Private 
Chamberlain to the late and 
present Popes. (1851.) 

Rev. William H. Lyall, M.A., 
late Rector of St. Dionis, 
Backchurch, City of London. 
(1880.) 

Walter J. B. Richards, D.D. ; a 
priest (oblate of St. Charles) ; 
Professor at St. Charles' Col- 
lege, Bayswater, W. ; and In- 
spector of Schools in the 
Archdiocese of Westminster. 
(1857.) 

G. T. Richards. 

Rev. H. Wardroper. 

J. Waters, B.A., nephew of 
General Sir J. Waters, K.C.B. 

MERTON COLLEGE. 

Rev. Stuart Eyre Bathurst. 
M.A., Fellow of this College ; 
late Rector of Kibworth Beau- 
champ ; son of the late Sir 
James Bathurst and grand- 
son of the Lord Bishop of 
Norwich ; a priest ; Canon of 
Birmingham, and Rector of 
St. Michael's, Aston, Stone, 
Staffordshire. (1850.) 

Rev. H. W. Challis, M.A., 
scholar of this College. 

Henry A. Eliot. 

Rev. George B. Erskine, M.A , 
of Dryburgh Abbey. 

The Venerable Henry Edward 
Manning, D.D., M.A., Fellow 
of this College ; late Rector of 
Lavington and Archdeacon of 



Chichester ; now Cardinal 
Archbishop of Westminster 
and Primate of England ; 
President of The League of 
the Cross, and one of the 
Commission for the Better 
Housing of the Poor ; author 
of various esteemed works. 
(1851.) 

Rev. J. Hungerford Pollen, 
M.A., Fellow of this College, 
and late Senior Proctor of this 
University ; brother of the 
late Sir Richard Hungerford 
Pollen, Baronet ; till lately on 
the staff of the South Ken- 
sington Museum. 
T. Potter, M.A., son of the late 

Member for Rochdale. 
H. Peter Reader, B.A., a Do- 
minican priest at Holy Cross 
Priory, Leicester. 
The late J. R. Hope-Scott, M.A., 
of Abbotsford, D.C.L., Q.C., 
Fellow of this College ; grand- 
son of the '2nd Earl of Hope- 
toun. (1851.) 

Rev. William F. Traies, M.A., 
Fellow of this College and 
late curate of St. John the 
Evangelist, Holborn, E.T. : a 
priest, and Rector of Holy 
Cross, Plymouth. (1878.) 
Rev. Gresham Wells, M.A., late 
curate of All Saints, Margaret 
Street, W. ; son of Sir Mor- 
daunt Wells, Q.C. ; now u 
barrister-at-law. 

Rev. Francis M. Wyndham, 
M.A., late curate of St. 
George's-in-the-East ; a priest, 
and Professor at St. Charles' 
College, Bayswater, W. (18G8.) 

NEW INN HALL. 

T. Suffield Jones. 

NEW COLLEGE. 

Rev. Walter Marsham Adams, 
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son of the late Assistant- 
Judge, Mr. Sergeant Adams ; 
now Professor at Down- 
side College, Somersetshire ; 
author. 

H. M. Browne, a Jesuit, and 
Professor at St. Stanislaus 
College, Tullamore, Ireland. 
(1874.) 

Rev. Nicholas Darnell, M.A., 
Fellow of this College ; son 
of the Rector of Stanhope ; 
a priest, and Rector of St. 
John oi Beverley, Haydon 
Bridge, Northumberland. 
(1852.) 

Rev. D. Erskine Dewar, M.A., 
B.C.L., FeUow of this Col- 
lege, and late Rector of 
Friesthorpe. (1878.) 

J. C. Dunn,' B.A., Inspector of 
Secular Education in the 
Archdiocese of Westminster. 

Henry D. Harrod, son of the 
late H. Harrod, F.S.A., of 
Aylsham, Norfolk. (1879.) 

Rev. Walter Croke Robinson, 
M.A., Fellow of this College ; 
a priest, and Chaplain of 
Kensington Workhouse. 

Charles William Smith, Mus. 
Bac., formerly organist of St. 
George's Cathedral, South- 
wark ; and till lately , Pro- 
fessor of Music at St. Joseph's 
College, Clapham, S.W. 
(1874.) 

ORIEL COLLEGE. 

Rev. George Akers, M.A., of 
Mailing Abbey ; for some 
years the Rev. Dr. F. G. 
Lee's coadjutor and curate at 
Aberdeen, and then at St. 
George's Mission under the 
late Rev. Father Lowder ; 
uncle of Arteas Akers-Douglas, 
M.P. for East Kent, and one 
of the Conservative Whips ; 



a priest, till lately Rector of 
St. Edmund's College, Ware ; 
now Rector of the Church of 
the Sacred Heart, Hampton 
Wick. (1862.) 

Rev. C. B. Bridges, M.A. 
(1845.) 

Albany J. Christie, M.A., 
Fellow of this College ; First 
Class in Classics, Second in 
Mathematics ; a Jesuit ; 
Minister of the Church of 
the Immaculate Conception, 
Farm Street, Berkeley Square, 
W. ; Member of the Council 
of the Association for the 
Propagation of the Faith, 
and President of the Catholic 
Young Men's Association ; 
author of several religious 
dramas, etc. (1845.) 

Rev. Henry James Coleridge, 
Mi.A., Fellow of this College : 
First Class in Classics ; scholar 
of Trinity ; late incumbent 
of a district church near 
Ottery St. Mary, Devonshire ; 
brother of Lord Coleridge, 
Lord Chief Justice of Eng- 
land, and brother-in-law of 
the Right Rev. John F. 
Mackarness, D.D., Lord 
Bishop of Oxford ; a Jesuit 
at the Church of the Im- 
maculate Conception, Farm 
Street, Berkeley Square, W. ; 
author of various esteemed 
religious works. (1852.) 

Rev. John Charles Eaiie, B.A., 
formerly curate at Ongar ; 
author of poems, etc. (1851.) 

Rev. C. J. P. Forster, M.A., 
late curate at Stoke Abbas. 

Rev R. Gordon, M.A. 

Alfred Le Mesurier. 

Rev. i homas S. Livius, M.A., 
Lire curate of St. Kea, Corn- 
wall : a Redemptorist priest. 
(1852.) 

Rev. Frederick R. Neve, D.D.. 
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M.A., late Vicar of Poole 
Keyns ; a priest, till lately 
Canon and Provost of Clifton ; 
now retired. (1845.) 
Rev. James Orr, B.A., late 
curate of St. James', Bristol. 
Rev. Daniel Parsons, M.A^ 
formerly curate of Harden, 
Wilts. (1843.) 

The late Rev. Seton Paterson 
Rooke, M.A., late curate of 
St. Saviour's, Leeds ; a 
Dominican priest. (18f>0.) 
Rev. George Dudley Ryder, 
M.A., formerly Rector of 
Euston, Hants ; son of the 
late Lord Bishop of Lichfield, 
grandson of the Earl of 
Harrowby, and father of the 
Rev. Henry J. D. Ryder, a 
priest of the Birmingham 
Oratory ; Rev. Cyril Ryder ; 
Rev. C. E. Ryder, a priest, 
and Rector of St. Philip's, 
Smethwick, Birmingham ; and 
of G. L. Ryder, of the 
Treasury. (1846.) 

Arthur Schomberg, son of the 
late Q.C. (1878.) 

Rev. John R. Shortlaud, M.A., 
late curate of Kibworth 
Beauchamp ; a priest ; Canon 
of Plymouth, and Rector of 
the Church of the Immacu- 
late Conception, Penzance, 
Cornwall ; author of " Corean 
Martyrs," " Persecutions of 
Annam," etc. (1851.) 

Rev. Richard Simpson, M.A., 
late Yicar of Mitcham. (1849.) 

Rev. William Tylee, B.A., a 
priest, Monsignor, and 
Chaplain to the Marquis of 
Ripon, K.G., Viceroy of India. 
(1866.) 

Rev. Henry M. Walker, B.A., 
formerly curate at Harden- 
huish ; a priest, and Rector 
of St. Austin's, Kenil worth, 
Warwickshire. (1846.) 



The late Rev. Richard Ward, 
M.A., formerly Incumbent at 
Skipton ; a priest and canon. 

B. A. Westerman. (1878.) 

The late Venerable Robert 
Isaac Wilberforce, M.A., 
Fellow of this College, and 
late Archdeacon of York. 
(1850.) 

Rev. H. W. Wilberforce, M.A., 
Fellow of this College, and 
late Rector of East Farleigh ; 
son of the late William 
Wilberforce, M.P. for Hull, 
the Slavery Abolitionist. 
(1850.) 

R. Williams, M.A. 

PEMBROKE COLLEGE. 

Rev. A. J. D. Bradley, B.A., 
formerly curate of St. Mar- 
tin's, Liverpool ; a Jesuit in 
America. 

Charles Dawson. 

Rev. W. Harper, M.A. 

The late Rev. George Harper, 
M.A., brother of a Protestant 
Australian Bishop ; a Jesuit. 
(1850.) 

J. S. Johnstone, M.A. (1863.) 

The late Rev. H. J. Marshall, 
D.D., M.A., late curate at 
Burton Agnes : a priest. 
(1846.) 

P. Le Page Renouf, Her 
Majesty's Inspector of Schools. 
(1842.) 

H. Stanton. (1878.) 

QUEEN'S COLLEGE. 

Rev. G. R. Burrows, M.A. T 
Head Master of Coleford 
Grammar School, Forest of 
Dean. (1878.) 

F. C. Ellis. 

Rev. E. S. Grindle, M.A., 
" Presbyter Anglicanus," late 
scholar of this College, and 



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curate of St. Paul's, Brighton. 
(1876.) 

Frederick Salmon Grouse, M.A.. 
C.I.E., Bengal Civil Service. ' 

Rev. Thomas Norton Harper, 
B.A., late Incumbent of St. 
Peter's, Buckingham Palace 
Gate ; a Jesuit, and Professor 
at Stonyhurst College, Black- 
burn ; author. (1851.) 

Rev. Campbell Mackinnon, B.A., 
till lately Incumbent of Port 
Royal, Jamaica, and formerly 
Chaplain to the British Resi- 
dency in Lima, Peru. (1879.) 

Rev. James R. Madan, M.A., 
formerly Principal of the 
Protestant Missionary College 
at Warminster ; a priest at 
St. Joseph's College for 
Foreign Missions, Mill Hill, 
N.W. (1872.) 

Rev. Richard E. Rann, M.A., 
late Vicar of Thatcham, Berks. 
(1866.) 

Rev. James Henry Sheppard, 
M.A. 

W. W. Slatter, son of a clergy- 
man. 

Walter Workman, M.A. 

ST. ALBAN'S HALL. 

Joseph W. Wright Drew, M.A.., 

Member of the Royal Asiatic 
Society ; a priest, and Rector 
of St. Edward the Confessor, 
Romford, Essex. (1864.) 

Rev. H. J. Hardy, M.A., late 
curate of St. Peter, Yauxhall ; 
a priest, and Rector of SS. 
Mary and Thomas of Canter- 
bury, Harrow. (1875.) 

Charles Henry Poole, B.L., now 
Principal of St. Joseph's 
School, Pailton, Rugby. 

ST. EDMUND'S HALL. 

Rev. George Angus, B.A., S.C.L., 
late curate of Prestbury ; a 



priest, and till lately Chaplain 
to the Catholic University 
College, Kensington, W. 
(1873.) 

The late Rev. Dr. Barrow, 
Principal of this Hall ; a 
Jesuit. 

C. H. Bromby, M.A., son of the 
Right Rev. Dr. Bromby, 
Bishop of Tasmania. 

E. G. Stanley Browne. 

Rev. Thomas Henry Tydd, 
M. A., Classical Medallist, First 
Classical Honourman, Second 
Class in Moral Sciences, and 
First Class Exhibition of 
Trinity College, Dublin ; late 
curate of Alton Towers (the 
Earl of Shrewsbury's). (1879.) 

ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE. 

Rev. Henry Bittleston, M.A., 
formerly curate of All Saints, 
Margaret Street, W. ; a priest, 
and Rector of SS. Alban and 
Stephen, St. Alban's, Herts. 
(1849.) 

Richard J. Clarke, M.A., Fellow 
of this College ; a Jesuit at 
the Church of the Immaculate 
Conception, Farm Street, 
Berkeley Square, W. (1868.) 

Rev. H. Coombes, M.A., Fellow 
of this College, and late 
curate of St. Saviour's, Leeds. 
(1845.) 

H. Denny, a Jesuit in Balti- 
more, America. 

J. Ellis. 

Dr. Fincham, M.A. 

Ignatius Grant, a Jesuit at St. 
Mary's, Bristol. (1842.) 

Rev. C. J. Laprimaudaye, M.A., 
formerly Rector of Laving- 
ton. (1850.) 

Rev. Frederick Bayley Lord, 
M.A., late Rector of Farm- 
borough, near Bath, Somerset- 
shire. (1877.) 



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Rev. F. J. New, M.A., late 
curate of Christ Church, St. 
Pancras, London. (1847.) 

Robert Simpson, a priest at 
Dartmouth. (1845.) 

Rev. F. Dominic Trenow, Lite- 
curate at Northfield ; a 
Dominican priest, and 
Chaplain of the Convent of 
Our Lady of Reparation, 
t'arisbrooke, Isle of Wight. 
(1852.) 

E. Youngman. 



TRINITY COLLEGE. 

Rev. Evan Baillie, M.A., late 
Rector of Lawshall. ( 1 s;>< ). ) 

Rev. Charles W. Cavendish, 
M.A., formerly Rector of 
Little Casterton ; Member of 
the Camden Society. (1850.) 

William Payne Neville, M.A., a 
priest of the Birmingham 
Oratory ; and Private Secre- 
tary to H. E. Cardinal New- 
man. 

Rev. John Henry Newman, 
D.D., M.A., Fellow of this 
College ; Fellow of Oriel 
College ; B.D. of this Uni- 
versity, and formerly Vicar of 
St. Mary- the- Virgin, Oxford ; 
for some time Rector of the 
Catholic University ; now 
Cardinal and Superior of the 
Birmingham Oratory ; author 
of hymns and of various 
esteemed works. (1845.) 

Rev. Robert Ornsby, M.A., late 
Fellow of this College, First 
Class in Classics, late curate at 
Chichester ; now Fellow of 
the Royal University of Ire- 
land, and Professor of Greek 
and Latin Literature at the 
Catholic University College, 
Dublin ; author of " Life of 
St. Francis de Sales," "Me- 



moirs of the late James Hope- 
Scott, Q.C./' etc. (1847.) 

Rev. James Laird Patterson, 
D.D., M.A., late curate of St. 
Thomas, Oxford ; till lately 
Rector of St. Edmund's Col- 
lege, Ware ; now Bishop of 
Emmaus, and coadjutor to 
H. E. Cardinal Manning. 
Archbishop of Westminster- 
(1850.) 

Robert B. Phillips, M.A., D.L., 
of Longworth, Hereford. 

Alexander Wood, M.A., F.S.A., 
author of "The Vatican and 
the Quirinal," etc. 



UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. 

Rev. J, Algar, M.A., Fellow of 
this College ; late a clergy- 
man of the' English Church. 

Rev. William Henry Anderdon, 
M.A., Bennett Scholar of this 
College, formerly Vicar of St. 
Margaret's, Leicester ; a Jesuit 
at the Church of the Holy 
Name, Manchester ; author of 
" Via Crucis," and of various 
controversial works. (1850.) 

Thomas Arnold, M.A., Fellow 
of the Royal University of 
Ireland ; Professor of English 
at the Catholic University 
College, Dublin ; youngest 
son of the late Rev. Dr. 
Arnold, of Rugby. 

The late John Biden, a Jesuit. 
(1842.) 

Rev. J. P. Durell, M.A., till 
lately tutor at the Catholic 
University College, Kensing- 
ton, W. 

The late Rev. Frederick W. 
Faber, D.D., M.A., Fellow of 
this College, and late Rector 
of Elton ; a priest of the 
Oratory ; founder of the 
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and a voluminous writer. 
(1845.) 

Rev. John Frederick Fagge, 
B.A., late Rector of Aston 
Cantlow ; brother of the late 
Rev. Sir John Fagge, Baronet. 
(1877.) 

Rev. Charles H. Kennard, M.A., 
formerly curate of Newland, 
Malvern ; a priest, and Rector 
of the Holy Name, Canning- 
ton, Bridgewater. (1868.) 

Rev. Charles Baskerville Lang- 
don, M.A., late curate of 
Plympton St. Mary, Ply- 
mouth. (1883.) 

Rev. W. Maskell, M.A., formerly 
Yicar of St. Mary's, Torquay, 
and examining Chaplain to 
the Lord Bishop of Exeter. 
(1845.) 

A. R. Pry or, B.A. 

George Tickell, M.A., a Jesuit, 
and Rector of Our Lady and 
St. Joseph, Selkirk, KB. 
(1844.) 

G. Elliot Ranken, B.A., scholar 
of this College ; formerly 
Captain of the Royal Gla- 
morgan Artillery ; Private 
Chamberlain to the late and 
present Popes. 

The late Rev. J. C. Robertson, 
M.A., formerly Rector in 
Buckinghamshire ; a priest. 

Charles D. R. Williamson, B.A., 
only son of Colonel William- 
son, of Perth, N.B. ; a priest 
of the Brompton Oratory, 
S.W. (1876.) 

WADHAM COLLEGE. 

Rev. T. W. Allies, M.A., Fellow 
of this College, formerly 
Chaplain to the Lord Bishop 
of London ; now a barrister- 
at-law ; author of " The 
Church of England cleared 
from the Charge of Schism," 



" The See of St. Peter," etc. ; 
Secretary of the Catholic Poor 
School Committee. (1851.) 

Edward H. Ballard, M.A., Fel- 
low of this College ; a priest, 
and Chaplain of H.M.S. 
Melampus, Southsea. (1850.) 

J. G. H. Barnes. 

Robert Braithwaite, B.A., bar- 
rister-at-law. 

The late Rev. Edward Bowles 
Knottesford Fortescue, M.A., 
formerly Provost of St. 
Ninian's, Perth, N.B. ; brother- 
in-law of the late Most Rev. 
Dr. Tait, Lord Archbishop 
of Canterbury and Primate of 
all England ; author of various 
works. (1875.) 

H. G. Lawson, M.A. 

J. J. Hinde Lloyd, B.A. 

T. A. Pope. 



WORCESTER COLLEGE. 

George Frederick Ballard, M.A., 
formerly barrister-at-law ; a 
priest, Canon of Portsmouth, 
and Rector of the Church of 
the Immaculate Conception 
and St. Joseph, Christchurch, 
Hants. (1850.) 

Alfred J. Caiman, B.A., father 
of the Rev. A. J. Caiman ; 
priest, and Professor at St. 
Mary's College, Oscott, Bir- 
mingham. (1845.) 

J. Coleman. 

Rev. T. P. A. Eaglesim, M.A., 
late curate of St. Paul's, Ox- 
ford ; a priest of the Birming- 
ham Oratory. (1877.) 

Rev. Frederick Hathaway, M. A., 
Fellow, and formerly tutor of 
this College ; late curate of 
St. Mary Magdalen's, Oxford ; 
a Jesuit in America. (1851.) 

The late Rev. Henry James, 
M.A., late Yicar of St. An- 



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drew's, Wells Street, London, 
W. ; a Jesuit. (1851.) 

The late Rev. Charles Seager, 
M.A., Assistant-Professor of 
Hebrew at this University, 
and Professor of Classics at 
the Catholic University Col- 
lege, Kensington, W. (1843.)* 

Charles Tregenna, B.A. 

Rev. Rowland Wedgwood, M. A., 
late of the English Church 
Union, and Member of the 
Confraternity of the Blessed 
Sacrament. (1879.) 

ALSO OF OXFORD. 

W. More Adley, unattached 
student. (1880.) 

J. Baxter. 

Rev. John Collins, M.A., curate 
at Birkenhead. 

J. Canby Biddle Cope, M.A., of 
Cotswold House, Gloucester- 
shire ; received the title of 



Marquis from his Holiness 
Pope Leo XIII. ; author. 
(1882.) 

C. M. Dix, M.A., unattached 
student; now Assistant-Master 
at the Oratory School, Edg- 
basion, Birmingham. (1878.) 

F. B. D. B. Drew, unattached 
student. (1879.) 

Rev. Henry Francis John Jones, 
B.A., of Humpheston Hall, 
Salop. 

Rev. James Marshall, B.A., late 
curate of St. Bartholomew's, 
Moor Lane, E.G. 

Rev. A. J. Marshall, B.A., for- 
merly curate at Liverpool ; 
author of " Comedy in Con- 
vocation," etc. 

W. Z. Palmer, M.A. 

Reginald Schomberg, M.A., bar- 
rister-at-law. 

William Wilberforce, jun., M. A., 
grandson of the Slavery Aboli- 
tionist. (1850.) 



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CAIUS COLLEGE. 

V. J. Fenwick, B.A. 

Dr. Hooper, B.A., M.B. (Lon- 
don). 

Matthew P. Houghton. (1854.) 

Rev. W. M. Hunnybun, M.A., 
Fellow of this College, and 
late Vicar of Bickernoller ; 
till lately Professor at the 
Catholic University College, 
Kensington, W. 

Rev. J. Jerrard, D.C.L., Fellow 
of this College, formerly Prin- 
cipal of Bristol College ; now 
Fellow and Examiner of the 
London University. (1851.) 

Re 7. J. M. Watson, M.A. 

ST. CATHERINE'S 

COLLEGE. 

Rev. Robert Belaney, M.A., late 
Vicar of Arlington ; a priest 



in the Archdiocese of West- 
minster. (1852.) 
Rev. T. Minster, M.A., late 
Vicar of St. Saviour's, Leeds. 
(1847.) 

ST. CATHERINE'S HALL. 

The late Rev. B. H. Birks, M.A., 
formerly curate of Arley, 
Northwich ; a priest. (1848.) 

CHRIST COLLEGE. 

Rev. Professor F. S. Barff, M.A., 
F.C.S., Royal Academy ; for- 
merly curate of Holy Trinity, 
Hull ; till lately Professor of 
Chemistry at the Catholic 
University College, Kensing- 
ton, W. ; now at St. Edmund's 
College, Ware ; author of 
several scientific works. (1851.) 



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The late Rev. R. W. Brundritt, 

M.A., a priest. 
J. H. Flesher, B.A. 
Rev. Dr. Goltz, late Rector of 

Christ Church, Southwark. 

(1850.) 
Rev. William Pope, B.A., late 

curate of Seven Bridges, Bol- 

ton ; nephew of the late Most 

Rev. Dr. Whateley, Protestant 

Archbishop of Dublin; a priest 

at Ilkley. (1853.) 
C. J. Moncrieff Smyth, a priest 

at the Church of St. Patrick- 

in-the-East, Wapping. 
Rev. Edward J. Watson, M.A., 

curate at St. Leonards-on-Sea ; 

a priest, and Professor at St. 

Edmund's College, Ware. 

(1876.) 

CLARE COLLEGE. 
Rev. Thomas Dykes, M.A., late 

curate of Holy Trinity, Hull ; 

a Jesuit, and Rector of St. 

Wilfrid's, Preston. (1850.) 
Arthur G. Galton. 
The late Rev. Joseph George 

Sutcliffe, M.A., formerly 

curate at Great Yarmouth. 

(1880.) 

CORPUS CHRISTI 
COLLEGE. 

Henry Bacchus. (1846.) 

R. C. A. Boyd. 

Rev. Edward Gifford Shapcote, 
B.A., formerly scholar of this 
college, and late curate of St. 
George's-in-the-East. (1868.) 

DOWNING COLLEGE. 
Rev. W. P. Burn, M.A., late in- 
cumbent near Rotherham. 

EMMANUEL COLLEGE. 
William Chatto, M.A., who built 
the Catholic Church at Tor- 
quay, Devonshire. 



Rev. T. D. Dove, M.A., late 
curate of St. Mary Magdalen's, 
Paddington, London, W. 

Rev. Richard James Dyne God- 
ley, B.A., formerly curate of 
St. John's, Bathwick, Bath, 
Somersetshire. (1883.) 

Rev. Edward Healy Thompson, 
M.A., late curate of St. 
James's, Westminster ; author 
of " Unity of the Episcopate," 
etc. 

A. J. Walker. 

Rev. W. Wall, formerly an 
Anglican curate. 

Arthur J. Wallace, M.A. ; a 
priest. 

John Pym Yeatman, barrister- 
at-law and historical writer ; 
author of " The Shemitic 
Origin of the Nations of 
Western Europe," etc. 



JESUS COLLEGE. 

Rev. Henry Fisher Corbyn, 
M.A., late Senior Church of 
England Chaplain to the 
Forces in India. (1881.) 

Joseph Davenport, B.A. 

J. F. Flockhart. 

A. O'Neil. 

Rev. Thomas Alder Pope, M.A., 
late Rector of St. Matthias, 
Stoke Newington ; a priest of 
the Birmingham Oratory. 

Rev. E. Randolph, M.A., Tyr- 
whitt University College, late 
Vicar of St. Clement's, Cam- 
bridge. (1857.) 

John Henry Rohrs, M.A,, Fellow 
of this College. 

Rev. Orby Shipley, M.A., author 
of a considerable number 
of antiquarian ecclesiastical 
works viz., " Glossary of 
Ecclesiastical Terms," "Ritual 
of the Altar," Life of the 
Holy Virgin/' etc. (1878.) 



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ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE. 

J. Baxter. (1848.) 

T. E. Bridgett, a Redemptorist 
priest ; author of " Our Lady's 
Dowry," " Ritual of the New 
Testament," " Discipline of 
Drink," etc. (1850.) 

Rev. W. Bell. 

Rev. John Francis Higgins, 
B.A., late curate at Taunton, 
Somersetshire ; a priest at 
Whitewell, Clitheroe. 

Edward Owen Hornby, M.A., 
of The Nook, Fareham, Hants, 
and Portland Place, W. (18M.) 

Rev. E. Home, M.A., late Vicar 
of St. Lawrence, Southamp- 
ton. 

Rev. Frederick G. Maples, B.A., 
formerly curate of St. Mary's, 
Soho ; a priest, and Rector of 
Our Lady and St. Patrick, 
Limehouse, London, E. (ISi'.s.) 

Professor F. A. Paley, M.A., 
grandson of the author of the 
" Evidences ;" till lately Pro- 
fessor of Classics at the 
Catholic University College, 
Kensington, W. ; Classical 
Examiner for the London 
University ; author. (1840.) 

James Boone Rowe ; a priest of 
the Brompton Oratory. 

The late Rev. James Scratton, 
M.A., formerly curate at Sit- 
tingbourne, Kent ; a priest, 
and till lately Rector of the 
Church of the Immaculate 
Conception, Duke Street, 
Deal, Kent. (1846.) 

Carlisle Spedding, a near rela- 
tive of the late James Sped- 
ding. (1881.) 

Rev. James A. Stewart, M.A., 
formerly Rector of Vange, 
Essex. (1849.) 

Rev. J. H. Stuart, B.A., late 
curate of Bramford. (1850.) 

Rev. Edwin Trevelyan, M.A., 



formerly Vicar of Cannock, 
late scholar of this College. 
(1872.) 

John Berry Walford, barrister- 
at-law. 

KING'S COLLEGE. 

Rev. John T. Walford, M.A., 
Fellow of this College and 
late Rector of Eton, formerly 
assistant-master at Eton Col- 
lege ; now a Jesuit and Pro- 
fessor at St. Beuno's College, 
St. Asaph. (1866.) 

MAGDALEN COLLEGE. 

Rev. F. Remington, B.A., late 
Rector of Kirkley, Suffolk; 
now Principal of St. Aloysius' 
School, Bournemouth. 

Rev. Jabez Watson, M.A., for- 
merly curate at Lostwithiel. 

PEMBROKE COLLEGE. 

Rev. John Headlam, M.A. 

Rev. Frederick F. Jones, B.A., 
late curate of Kemerton, 
Gloucestershire ; a Jesuit at 
St. Aloysius, Oxford. (1871.) 

Rev. Martin Luther Rule, B.A., 
late curate at Brighton, son 
of the Rev. Dr. Rule, Wes- 
leyan minister. 

ST. PETER'S COLLEGE. 

Rev. Henry Bedford, M.A., for- 
merly curate of Christ Church, 
Hoxton ; author of " Life of 
St. Vincent de Paul, "etc. 

Rev. John Tindall Durell, M. A., 
formerly an Anglican clergy- 
man. 

F. J. Gordon. 

Rev. Joseph James Greene, 
M.A., late curate-in-charge of 
St. Bartholomew's, Brighton ; 
a priest (oblate of St. Charles), 
and Rector of Our Lady of 



CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY. 



43 



the Holy Souls, Kensal New 
Town, W. (1875.) 

W. S. Lilly, B.A., barrister-at- 
law, Secretary of the Catholic 
Union of Great Britain ; 
author of many interesting 
religious works. 

Rev. David Charles Nicols, M. A., 
Crosse University Scholar, late 
curate of All Saints, Margaret 
Street, London, W. ; a priest, 
and Rector of St. Helen's, 
Ongar, Essex. 

A. G. Payne. 

Rev. John 0. Payne, M.A., late 
curate of Linsdale, Bucks. 

QUEEN'S COLLEGE. 

Rev. William Hamilton Bodley, 
M.A., formerly Chaplain of 
Archbishop Tenison's Chapel, 
Regent Street, W. ; a priest, 
and Rector of Our Lady and 
St. Margaret, Oxburgh, Stoke 
Ferry, Norfolk. (1851.) 

Rev. Francis Henry Laing, D.D., 
late curate at Eglingham, 
Northumberland ; a priest, 
and Rector of Our Lady and 
St. Joseph, Hanwell, W. 
(1846.) 

Rev. T. B. Parkinson, M.A., 
formerly Incumbent of St. 
Mary's, Wakefield ; a Jesuit, 
and Rector of St. Aloysius. 
Oxford. (1851.) 

W. E. Poynter, M.A., M.L. 

Edward Scargill, Wrangler. 

Rev. A. D. Wackerbath, M.A., 
formerly an Anglican clergy- 
man. 

Rev. W. H. Wilson, M.A., late 
curate of Frome Selwood ; a 
priest. (1870.) 

SIDNEY SUSSEX 
COLLEGE. 

The late Rev. James O'Brien, 
M. A., formerly Yicar of Lyne- 



ham, and related to the late 
Most Rev. Dr. Tait, Lord 
Archbishop of Canterbury 
and Primate of All England. 
Rev. Gordon Thompson, M.A., 
late curate of Christ Church, 
St. Pancras, London, and 
scholar of this College : a 
priest (Oblate of St. Charles), 
and Professor, St. Charles' 
College, Bayswater, W. 
(1875.) 

TRINITY COLLEGE. 

J. Algar. (1848.) 

Henry M. Bayley, a priest 
(Oblate of St. Charles), and 
Chaplain of the Convent of 
the Little Sisters of the 
Poor, Portobello Road, W. 
(1857.) 

The late C. A. Bowring, son of 
Sir John Bowring ; a Jesuit. 
(1830.) 

Rev. Caithness Brodie, of 
Brodie, B.A., late curate of 
St. Stephen's, Kensington, W. 

Rev. W. R. B. Brownlow, M. A., 
formerly curate at Torquay : 
a priest ; Canon, Rural Dean 
of Plymouth, and Rector of 
Our Lady Help of Christians 
and St. Denis, Torquay ; 
author of " Yitis Mystica," 
etc. 

Francis Cowley Burnand, author 
of " Happy Thoughts," etc. ; 
now editor of Punch. 

Benjamin J. Butland, a priest, 
and Rector of St. John the 
Baptist, Great Hayward, Staf- 
fordshire. (1844.) 

The late Arthur B. Cumberlege, 
a priest. 

The late Rev. J. H. Dale, M.A., 
late curate of Frome Selwood ; 
a priest. (1846.) 

The late Kenelm H. Digby, 
B.A., son of the late Very 



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Rev. W. Digby, Dean of 
Clonfert, of Lord Digby's 
family ; author of " The 
Broadstone of Honour," etc. 
(1824.) 

Rev. W. Dodsworth. B.D., late 
Vicar of Christ Church, St.* 
Pancras. (1847.) 

Charles O. Eaton, M.A., D.L., 
of Tolethorpe Hall, Stamford. 
(1860.) 

W. Martin Edmunds. (1869.) 

Rev. William Felgate, formerly 
an Anglican clergyman. (1847.) 

Gerald C. Purcell Fitzgerald, 
M.A. 

Thomas Foster, LL.D. 

Theodore Galton, M.A., of 
Hadzor, Worcestershire. 

Rev. Andrew Green, M.A., late 
curate of St. Paul's, Oxford. 

Rev. Samuel Harper, M.A., 
formerly Rector of St. 
Xinian's, Perth, KB. (18f>l.) 

Rev. G. H. Hill, M.A., late 
Rector of Saltford. (1846.) 

Rev. John Houghton, formerly 
a clergyman in the Anglican 
Church. 

Rev. Evans Haynes Hunter, 
M.A., late a clergyman of the 
English Church ; a priest. 

Sylvester Hunter, barrister-at- 
Law ; son of the late J. 
Hunter, of the Public Record 
Office ; a Jesuit at St. 
Stanislaus, Roehampton, S.W. 
(1857.) 

E. J. Hutchins, sometime M.P. 

The late William Antony 
Hutchison ; a priest of the 
Oratory. (1845.) 

George R. Kingdon, scholar of 
this College ; a Jesuit and 
Professor at Beaumont Col- 
lege, Old Windsor. (1847.) 

The late Thomas Francis Knox, 
B.A., D.D. of Rome, First 
Class of the Classical Tripos, 
and Chancellor's Medallist ; 



son of the late Hon. John 
Henry Knox, M.P., and of 
Lady Mabella Josephine 
Xeedham, daughter of 1st 
Earl of Kilmorey, and grand- 
son of the 1st Earl of Ran- 
f urley ; a priest of the Bromp- 
ton Oratory, S.W. ; Member 
of the Council of the Asso- 
ciation of the Propagation of 
the Faith, and author of " The 
Life of Blessed Henry Suso," 
etc. (1845.) 

Rev. J. Kynaston, Anglican 
clergyman, now a solicitor. 
(1853.) 

Rev. Francis Lascelles, B.A., 
perpetual curate at Merevale ; 
now a barrister-at-law. 

Rev. William Henry Lewth- 
waite, M.A., late Vicar of 
Clifford ; a priest of the Order 
of Charity at The Mount, 
Wadhurst. 

The late Rev. J. W. M. Mar- 
shall, M. A., formerly Vicar of 
Swallowcliffe, Wilts ; one of 
her Majesty's Inspectors of 
Schools, Knight of St. Gregory 
the Great ; author of " Chris- 
tian Missions," " My Clerical 
Friends," " Protestant Jour- 
nalism," etc. (1845.) 

Henry Austin Mills, a priest at 
the Birmingham Oratory. 
(1846.) 

The late Robert Monteith, M.A., 
of Carstairs. 

John Morris, a Jesuit, and Rec- 
tor of St. Stanislaus, Roe- 
hampton, S.W. ; author of 
" Troubles of our Catholic 
Forefathers." (1846.) 

Ralph H. C. Nevile, of Wellin- 
gore Hall, Grantham. 

Rev. G. B. Norman, M.A., late 
curate at Wooton. 

Sebastian Okeley, M.A., scholar 
of this College, and University 
travelling bachelor. 



CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY. 



45 



The late Rev. George Oldham, 
M.A., formerly curate at Dork- 
ing ; built St. Mary Magda 
len's, Brighton ; a priest, and 
first Rector of the above 
church at Brighton. 

Rev. T. G. Pearce, B.A., late an 
Anglican clergyman. 

Owen C. Phillips, son of the 
late Charles Phillips, of Bar- 
ham Hall, Suffolk. 

Rev. J. H. Pye, M.A., late Rec- 
tor of Clifton Campville ; son- 
in-law of the late Right Rev. 
Dr. Wilberforce, Lord Bishop 
of Winchester ; now a bar- 
rister-at-law. 

Henry Augustus Rawes, M.A., 
S.H.G., D.D. of Rome ; a 
priest, Superior of the Oblates 
of St. Charles, President of 
Conference in the Archdio- 
cese of Westminster, and Rec- 
tor of St. Mary of the Angels, 
Bayswater, W. ; author of 
various religious works of 
note. 

M. J. Rhodes, M.A. 

Rev. John Rodwell, M.A., late 
curate of St. Ethelberga's. 

William Sankey, M.A. 

William Simpson, Lord of the 
Manor of Mitcham, and a de- 
scendant of Archbishop Cran- 
mer. (1843.) 

Rev. J. Simpson, M.A., late 
curate of Langton, York- 
shire. 

Rev. Parker Smith, M.A., late 
Yicar of St. John's, Torquay, 
Devonshire. (1879.) 

J. P. H. Wyndham Spedding, of 
Whitehaven. 

W. J. M. Starkie, B.A., scholar 
of this College ; now Classical 
Tutor at the Catholic Univer- 
sity College, Dublin. 

John Stephens. 

Rev. James Stewart, M.A., late 
curate at Wolverstone ; Fel- 



low of the Royal University, 
and Professor at the Catholic 
University College, Dublin. 

S. N. Stokes, B.A., scholar of 
this College ; one of her 
Majesty's Inspectors of 
Schools. 

C. S. Stokes. 

Edward G. Swainson, B.A. ; a 

?riest, and Rector of Mary 
mmaculate and St. Philip, 

Newmarket. 
The late T. J. Thompson, 

father of Mrs. Butler, painter 

of " The Roll Call." 
Rev. William A. Weguelin, 

M.A., late Yicar of South 

Stoke. 
F. F. Wells, M.A., son of Lady 

Elizabeth Wells. (1845.) 
Rev. Edmund A. Willett, M.A., 

formerly vicar in the diocese 

of Ely. 

F. C. Collins Wilson. 
Rev. Gr. B. Yard, M.A., late 

curate of All Saints, Margaret 

Street, London, W. ; a priest. 

(1862.) 

TRINITY HALL. 

W. S. Coward, M.A., one of 
her Majesty's Inspectors of 
Schools. 

Rev. C. E. Hodson, M.A., late 
Chaplain to the Arctic Ex- 
pedition. 

ALSO OF CAMBRIDGE. 

Rev. Thomas Burton, M.A., 
late curate of St. James's, En- 
field ; a priest. 

Rev. Robert Campbell, M.A., 
late Chaplain to the Bishop 
of Aberdeen, and Canon of 
Perth Cathedral. 

Rev. F. C. A. Clifford, M.A., 
formerly curate of Elveden, 
Suffolk. 



46 CONVERTS TO ROME. 

John Richard Eaton, M.A., Owen, M.A., son of the Rev. 

barrister-at-law. Canon Owen ; a priest. 

Rev. Samuel Far-man, M.A., W. H. Roberts, M.A., D.L., 

late Vicar of St. John's Dis- Recorder of Grantham. 

trict Church, Colchester. Rev. C. Rowlatt, M.A., late 

(1880.) curate at Thurrocks. (1858.) 

Rev. A. B. Gordon, M.A., for- The late Rev. John Campbell 

merly an Anglican clergyman : Smith, M.A., formerly an 

a priest. ; Anglican clergyman. (1845.) 

The late Rev. William Eddowes 



LONDON UNIVERSITY. 

W. H. Brown, B.A. merly Missionary of the So- 

G. E. B. Davis, B.A. ciety for the Propagation of 

Frederick Lucas, B.A., some- the Gospel in India ; now 

time M.P. for Meath, and tutor at the Oratory School, 

editor of the Tablet. under his Eminence Cardinal 

Rev. R. V. Pope, B.A., for- Xewman, at Birmingham. 



DURHAM UNIVERSITY. 

Rev. H. Collins, M.A., late Rev. (Joseph Stevenson, M.A.. 

curate of St. George's -in- the- late||Yicar of Leighton Buz- 

East ; a priest of the Cister- zard ; a Jesuit at the Church 

cian Order, and Rector of the of the Immaculate Conception, 

Convent of Our Lady of Farm Street, Berkeley Square, 

Dolours, Wimborne, Dorset. W. (1850.) 

A. P. Skene. 



UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, LONDON. 

The late Algernon Moore, a priest. 

KING'S COLLEGE, LONDON. 

Francis Bayley, a priest, and Rev. C. W. Monro, late curate 

Rector of St. Francis de Sales, of St. Paul's, Knightsbridge. 

Tottenham. Rev. Reginald Tuke, Associate 

George Bentley. of this College, and formerly 

Rev. Frederick Bown, Associate curate of St. John's, Hackney ; 

of this College and late curate a priest, and Rector of Our 

of St. Philip's, Clerkenwell ; Lady of Grace, Turnham 

a priest, and Rector of St. Green, W. 

Anne's, Little Albany Street, Edward Windeyer. (1850.) 

Regent's Park, N.W. (1865.) 



TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 



ST. AUGUSTINE COLLEGE, CANTERBURY. 



Robert 'Priest, a Dominican 

priest in Belgium. 
The late Rev. George Smith, 



late curate of St. Mary's, Pop- 
lar, E. 
John Varley. 



TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 



Charles Francis F. Allnatt, son 
of the late Charles Blake 
Allnatt, of Shrewsbury ; 
barrister - at - law, author of 
" Cathedra Petri," etc. 

Carmichael Belton, M.A., for- 
merly a Cowley brother. 
(1879.) 

Rev. William Maziere Brady, 
D.D., late Chaplain to the 
Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland ; 
Chamberlain to his Holiness 
the Pope ; author. (1865.) 

Rev. Edward G.Kirwan Browne, 
formerly curate of Bawdsey, 
Suffolk ; nephew of Sir W. 
Nott, K.C.B. ; author of " An- 
nals of the Tractarian Move- 
ment," " Trials of Faith," etc. ; 
for some time Professor of 
Classics in this College, and 
till lately at St. Joseph's Col- 
lege, Clapham, S.W. (1845.) 

The late Rev. Thomas Lloyd 
Coghlan, formerly Senior Rec- 
tor of Mourne Abbey, Cork ; 
a priest. 

Morgan W. Crofton, B.A., 
F.R.S., Fellow of the Royal 
University of Ireland, late 
Professor of Natural Philo- 
sophy at Queen's College, 
Galway ; now Professor of 
Mathematics, etc., at Catholic 
University College, Dublin. 

Rev. Hubert de Burgh, late 



curate of Lawshall ; a priest 
at Avondale, in the diocese of 
Newark, New Jersey, North 
America. (1857.) 

Rev. J. W. D. Hoare, B.A., son 
of an Irish clergyman, and 
late Vicar of St. Philip's, 
Sydenham, S.E. (1881.) 

Rev. Francis Johnston Kirk, 
late curate of Gorey, in the 
diocese of Ferns, Ireland ; a 
priest, and Rector of SS. 
Peter and Edward, Bucking- 
ham Palace Gate, S.W. 
(1854.) 

Joseph Robinson Kirk, brother 
of the above. (1850.) 

Rev. George Montgomery, M. A., 
formerly a clergyman of the 
Irish Church. (1845.) 

Rev. J. A. Poole, B.A., late 
curate of St. John's, Miles 
Platting, Lancashire. 

The late Rev. W. G. Todd, 
M.A., formerly curate of St. 
James's, Bristol ; a priest and 
canon. (1851.) 

The late Rev. Jonathan Henry 
Woodward, M.A., formerly 
Vicar of St. James's, Bristol : 
an eloquent preacher and an 
elegant and accomplished 
writer ; son and grandson of 
dignitaries of the (late) 
Established Church of Ire- 
land. (1851.) 



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EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY. 



Dr. Groves Duff, Medical Gradu- 
ate of this University, for- 
merly a member of the Bengal 



Medical Service; son of the 
late Rev. Dr. Duff, of Cal- 
cutta. (1880.) 



GLENALMOND COLLEGE, SCOTLAND. 
Rev. J. Harris Burton, late Incumbent of St. John's, Selkirk. 

CUMBR/E COLLEGE. 
Arnold H. Mathews, B.A., a Dominican priest. 



THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY (LADIES). 



THE late Duchess of Argyll 
(Anne), wife of the 7th Duke. 

The Dowager Duchess of Athole, 
lady-in-waiting to her Majesty 
the Queen. 

The Dowager Duchess of Buc- 
cleuch. (1860.) 

The Duchess of Hamilton, 
daughter of H.S.H. Charles 
Lewis Frederick, late reign- 
ing Grand-Duke of Baden. 
(1855.) 

The Duchess of Newcastle. 
(1879.) 

The Duchess of Norfolk (iu'< 
Lady Flora Abney-Hastings). 
(1875.) 

The Dowager Duchess of Nor- 
folk, sister to H.E. Lord 
Lyons, English Ambassador 
to France. (1856.) 

The late Dowager Marchioness 
of Londonderry, daughter of 
the late Sir W. Robert Clay- 
ton, Baronet, and wife of 7th 
Marquis. 

The late Marchioness of Lothian 
(Cecil Chetwynd), sister to 
Earl Talbot, wife of the late 
and mother of the present 
Marquis of Lothian. (1850.) 



The Marchioness of Queensberry 
(Caroline), wife of the late 
Marquis of Queensberry. 

The Marchioness of Waterford 
(Florence). (1870.) 

The Dowager Countess of 
Buchan, wife of the late Earl 
of Buchan. 

The late Countess of Clare. 
(1842.) 

The late Countess of Gains- 
borough, wife of the late- 
Earl, and daughter of the 16th 
Earl of Erroll. (1851.) 

The late Countess of Kenmarc r 
daughter of the late Sir Robert 
Wilmot, Baronet ; and mother 
of the present Earl of Ken- 
mare, K.P., P.C. (Lord Cham- 
berlain). (1852.) 

The Countess of Kenmare, 
daughter of Rev. Lord Charles 
Thynne, M.A., son of the 2nd 
Marquis of Bath ; and wife 
of the present Earl of Keri- 
mare, K.P., P.C. (Lord Cham- 
berlain). (1852.) 

The Countess of Orf ord (Harriet 
Bellina Francis Pellew), 
daughter of the late Hon. Sir 
Fleetwood Broughton Rey- 



THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY (LADIES). 



nolds Pellew, and wife of the 
present Earl of Orford. 
The late Countess of Portarling- 
ton, daughter of the 3rd Mar- 
quis of Londonderry, and 
sister-in-law of the late Duke 
of Marlborough, some time 
Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland. 
(1867.) 
The Countess of Ravensworth. 

(1879.) 
The Countess Tasker, late of 

Rotherham. 
The late Viscountess Feilding. 

(1850.) 

Viscountess Gormanston, wife 
of the present Viscount. 
(1880.) 

The late Viscountess Newry and 

Morne, daughter of the late 

Sir Charles Colville, G.C.B., 

and wife of the late Viscount. 

The Lady Annaly. 

The Lady Arundellof Wardour, 

sister of the 1st Duke of 

Buckingham and Chandos, and 

wife of the 10th Lord Arun- 

dell of Wardour. 

The Lady Beaumont (Isabella), 

daughter of Lord Kilmaine, 

and wife of the 8th Lord 

Beaumont. (1872.) 

The late Lady Chatterton, 

authoress. 
The Lady Dundas. 
The Lady Foley. (1850.) 
The Lady Herbert of Lea, 
mother of the Earl of Pem- 
broke and of Countess Lons- 
dale ; authoress. (1862.) 
The Lady Holland, wife of the 

late Lord Holland. (1850.) 
The Lady Howard of Glossop, 
daughter of the late John 
Greenwood, of Swarcliffe Hall, 
Ripley, Yorkshire, and wife 
of the present Lord Howard 
of Glossop, cousin to the 



Duke of 
(1882.) 



Norfolk, E.M. 



The Dowager Lady Kilmaine. 

(1875.) 
The late Lady Anna Monsell, 

daughter of the 2nd Earl of 

Dunraven, and 1st wife of 

Lord Emly, P.C. 
The Lady North, wife of the 

1st Lord North. 
The Lady Rossmore, mother of 

the present Peer. '(1879.) 

Lady A. Acheson. (1845.) 
Lady 0. Acheson. (1845.) 
Lady Armitage, wife of Sir G. 

Armitage, Baronet. 
Lady Caroline Barham sister of 

the Earl of Thanet. 
Lady Barrow, wife of the Rev. 

Sir J. Croker Barrow, Baro 

net. (1859.) 
Lady Elizabeth Bertie, daughter 

of the late Earl of Abingdon. 

(1874.) 
Lady Evelyn Bertie, ditto. 

(1875.) 
Lady Francis E. Bertie, ditto, 

a nun. (1881.) 
Lady Anne Isabella Blunt, 

granddaughter of Lord 

Byron. 
Lady Burke, daughter of the 

Right Hon. J. Calcraft. 

(1855.) 

Lady Adelaide Cathcart. 
Lady Clifford, wife of the late 

Major - General Sir Henry 

Clifford, V.C. 
Lady Catherine Elizabeth Coch- 

rane, daughter of the 10th 

Earl of Dundonald. 
Lady Codrington. 
Lady Katherine Coke, daughter 

of the Earl of Wilton. 
The late Lady Alexina Coven- 
try, daughter of the late Earl 

of Fife, K.T. (187 ( J.) 
The late Lady Curtis, wife of 

Sir Lucius Curtis, Baronet. 

(148.) 

Lady Alice d'Albanie, daughter 
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of the 17th Earl of Erroll, 
and wife of the late Count 
d'Albanie, descendant of the 
Young Pretender. 

Lady d'Albiac, wife of Sir 
Charles d'Albiac. 

The late Lady de Trafford. 

Lady Vere de Vere, wife of the 
late Sir Edmund Vere de 
Vere, Baronet. (1851.) 

Lady Gertrude Douglas, daugh- 
ter of the 7th Marquis of 
Queensberry. 

Lady Elizabeth Douglas, sister 
of the Marchioness of Queens- 
berry. 

Lady Elizabeth Douglas, daugh- 
ter of the 2nd Earl of Cathcart. 

Lady Douglas, wife of Sir 
Charles Douglas, K.C.M.G. 

Lady Duncan. 

Lady Featherstone. 

Lady Louisa Fitzgibbon, daugh- 
ter of the Earl of Clare, and 
wife of the Hon. Gerald Fitz- 
gibbon. 

Lady Elizabeth Foote, daughter 
of the oth Marquis of 
Queensberry. 

Lady Foster, wife of Sir Charles 
Foster, Baronet. 

Lady Georgiana Fuller ton, sister 
of the present Earl Granville, 
K.G., Secretary of State for 
Foreign Affairs, and Lord 
Warden of the Cinque Ports ; 
authoress of u Grantley 
Manor," etc. (1840.) 

Lady Gage. (1851.) 

Lady Alice Gaisford. 

Lady Dun: Gordon. (1847.) 

Ludy Gray, of Gray. 

T 0,7., (^rey^ dp. Tighter of Admiral 
r R. Spenser. (1851.) 

.Liudy Guy, wife of the late Sir 
Philip Guy, Baronet. 

Lady Harris. 

Lady Mary Herbert, now 
Baroness Mary von Hueel. 
(1873.) 



Lady Heywood, wife of Sir 
Percival Heywood, Baronet. 

Lady Hilda Higgins, daughter 
of the Earl of Winchelsea. 
(187D.) 

Lady Hope-Johnstone. 

Lady Anne Jane Howard, 
daughter of the 4th Earl 
of Wicklow. 

Baroness Keating, daughter of 
the Hon. Judge Keating. 

Lady Alice Mary Kerr, sister of 
the Marquis of Lothian. 
(1852.) 

Lady Cecil Kerr, a nun. (1852.) 

Lady Amabell Kerr, daughter 
of the Gth Earl Cowper, 
and wife of Captain Lord 
Walter Talbot Ken-, R.N. 
(1871.) 

Lady Henry Kerr, daughter of 
the late Sir A. Hope, G.C.B., 
and wife of the late Rev. 
Lord Henry Francis Kerr, 
M.A. (1852.) 

Lady Victoria Kirwan, daugh- 
ter of the 2nd Marquis of 
Hastings. 

Lady Lambert. 

Lady Sussex Lennox. 

Lady Frances Lindsay, daughter 
of the 4th Earl of Wick- 
low, and wife of the Hon. 
Colin Lindsay, son of the 
24th Earl of Crawford and 
Balcarres. 

Lady Milford, daughter of the 
4th Earl of Wicklow. 

Lady Molesworth, wife of the 
Rev. Sir Paul Molesworth, 
M.A., Baronet. (1852.) 

Lady Agnes Murray, of Polmaise. 

The late Lady Murray, of 
Philiphaugh. 

Lady Elizabeth C. Peat, niece 
of the late Sir Walter Scott, 
Baronet. 

The late Lady Catherine Petre, 
daughter o f the 4th Earl of 
Wicklow. 



THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY (LADIES). 



51 



Lady Anne Sherson, sister of 
.the Marquis of Townshend. 

The Dowager Lady Simeon ; 
her two sons and four* daugh- 
ters, 1851. 

Lady Sykes, daughter of the 
Right Hon. G. A. F. Caven- 
dish-Bentinck, M.P., P.O., son 
of the late Lord W. C. A. 
Cavendish-Bentinck ; wife of 
Sir Tatton Sykes, Baronet ; 
and son. (1882.) 

Lady Charles Thynne, daughter 
of the Right Rev. Dr. R. 
Bagot, late Lord Bishop of 
Bath and Wells, and wife of 
the Rev. Lord Charles 
Thynne, M.A., J.P., son of 
the 2nd Marquis of Bath. 
(1852.) 

Lady Caroline Townley. 

Lady Dorothy E. M. Walpole, 
daughter of the 4th Earl of 
Orford, now Duchess del 
Balzo, wife of the Due del 
Balzo, only son of the Mar- 
quis de la Sonora del Balzo 
di Galmy, Grandee of Spain 
of the First Class. 

The late Lady Maude Walpole, 
her sister, wife of the late 
Prince Grifeo Palagonia, late 
Neapolitan Ambassador. 

Lady Webster. 

Comtesse Geraldine Digby Boy- 
cott, chanoinesse of the Royal 
Chapter of St. Anne, Miinich. 

Baronne de Corson, relative of 
His Eminence Cardinal Man- 
ning. 

Baroness de Cosson (Elizabeth), 
of Chertsey. (1868.) 

Duchess de Sforza Caesarini (nee 
Caroline Shirley). 

Baronne Davoust (nee Amy 
Phipps), daughter of the 
Rector of Selsea, Chichester. 

Countess de Damas de Haute- 
fort (nee Young). 



The late Comtesse della Mar- 
mora (nee Mathew). 

The Dowager Duchess de Gra- 
mont, daughter of W. A. 
Mackinnon, M.P. 

Comtesse de Watteville do 
Loins, daughter of the late 
Rear-Admiral Sir Richard 
O'Conor, K.C.H., and sister 
of Lady O'Connell. 

Baronne de Charmoz deBressaru 
niece of the late Rear- Admiral 
Sir Richard O'Conor, K.C.H. 

Comtesse de Fauconpret, grand- 
daughter of the late Rev. 
John Wesley, founder of the 
sect which bears his name. 

Baroness von Hiigel (nee 
Farquharson), wife of the late 
Austrian Ambassador to the 
Court of St. James. 

Countess Kearney, daughter of 
Colonel William Percival, 
C.B. (a branch of Lord 
Egmont's family), by Char- 
lotte Alice, daughter of Sir 
William Palmer, Baronet. 

Countess Alice Kearney, her 
daughter. 

The Marchoness Riarno Sforza. 

The Duchess d'Avigliano (nee 
Lady Emily Pelham-Clinton), 
second daughter of the late 
Duke of Newcastle, and wife 
of the Due d'Avigliano, 
youngest son of the late 
Prince Phillipe Doria Pam- 
phiiy-Landi. (1879.) 

Marquise de Labedoyere, daugh- 
ter of Lord Greville. 

The late Princess Mary Lichten- 
stein (nee Fox), daughter 
adoptive of the late Lord 
Holland ; authoress. 

Princesse de Ligne, daughter of 
Sir David Cunyngham, and 
wife of the late Prince de 
Ligne, formerly President of 
the Belgian Senate. 

Viscountess de Lubersac (Au- 
42 



CONVERTS TO ROME. 



gusta), daughter of the Rev. 
Percival Fyre, M.A., Rector 
of St. Winnow, Cornwall, 
; i nd formerly Rector of Holy 
Trinity, Brompton, S.W. 

The late Marchesa Paulucci, 
daughter of the late Sir F. 
Simpkinson, Baronet. 

Marchesa di Salvo (nee Claxton). 

Countess de la Torre Dias (nie 
Wilcox). 

The late Countess Lucy 
Radolinski, daughter of 
Colonel T. H. Wakefield, and 
wife of the Prussian Peer and 
Diplomatist. 

Baronne de Villefranche. 

Baroness Warzburg, sister of 
his Excellency Lord Lyons, 
K.G., English Ambassador to 
France, and sister to the 
Dowager Duchess of Norfolk. 

Hon. Mrs. Arbuthnot. 

Hon. Mrs. Brown, granddaugh- 
ter of the late Most Rev. Lord 
Decies, Archbishop of Tuam. 

1 Ion. Miss Crewe, sister of Lord 
Crewe. (1842.) ' 

Hon. Mrs. Wodehouse Currie, 
daughter of Lord Lyveden. 

Hon. Mrs. Robert Daly. 

Hon. Mrs. Davison, daughter of 
Lord Graves, and wife of the 
late General Davison. 

Hon. Mrs. de Moleyns, wife of 
the late Hon. Colonel de 
Moleyns. 

The late Hon. Mrs. J. B. Dormer. 

Hon. Mrs. Dugmore, daughter 
of Lord Brougham, and wife 
of Captain Dugmore. 

The late Hon. Mrs. Percy Fitz- 
gerald, daughter of the 10th 
Viscount Massereene and 
Ferrard. 

Hon. Mrs. Edgar Gifford, for- 
merly Mrs. Thomas Booth. 
(1874.) 

Hon. Mrs. Heneage. (1845.) 



Hon. Mrs. Heiinicker. 

Hon. Mrs. Herbert, of Llanarth, 
daughter of Lord Llanover. 

The late Hon. Mrs. Hewitt, wife 
of the Hon. James W. Hewitt, 
eldest son of Lord Lifford. 

Hon. Mrs. Towry Law, wife of 
the Hon. and Rev. William 
Towry Law, M.A., son of the 
1st Lord Ellenborough, late 
Vicar of Harborne, and Chan- 
cellor of the Diocese of Bath 
and Wells. (1851.) 

Hon. Mrs. Charles Law. 

Hon. Mrs. David Lewis, daugh- 
ter of the 1st Lord Methuen. 

Hon. Mrs. Marmaduke C. Max- 
well. 

Hon. Mrs. Laing Meason. (1839.) 

Hon. Mrs. Alfred Montgomery, 
daughter of Lord Leconfield, 
and authoress of " On the 
Wing ;" " The Eternal Years," 
etc. 

Hon. .Mrs. O'Callaghan, daugh- 
ter of the Rev. W. H.Williams, 
M.A., late of Wolverhampton, 
and wife of the Hon. G. C. G. 
O'Callaghan, eldest son of 
Yiscouiit Lismore. 

Hon. Mrs. Frederick Petre (ix'c 
Musgrave), of Eden Hall. 

Hon. Mrs. Esther Pomeroy, 
sister of Viscount Harberton. 

The late Hon. Mrs. David Ross, 
of Bladensberg, daughter of 
the 9th Viscount Massereene 
and Ferrard. (1$(\'2.) 

Hon. Mrs. John Ross, of Bla- 
densberg, daughter of the 
10th Viscount Massereene and 
Ferrard. (1879.) 

Hon. Mrs. W. Le Poer Trench. 

Hon. Mrs. David Urquhart, 
sister of Lord Carlingford, 
wife of the late David Ur- 
quhart, diplomatist and 
journalist, author of u Turkey 
and Her Resources," etc. And 
her two sons. (1877.) 



THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY (LADIES). 



Hon. Frances Catherine Sarah 

Verney-Cave, sister of Lord 

Braye. 
Hon. Mrs. Woulfe, daughter of 

Lord Graves, and sister of the 

Hon. Mrs. Davison. 

Mrs. Edmund Adderley, sister- 
in-law of Lord Norton. 

Miss Agnew, daughter of the 
baronet and authoress of 
" Geraldine." 

Mrs. Anstruther, granddaugh- 
ter of the last Lord Sea- 
forth. 

Miss Arbuthnot, daughter of the 
Hon. Mrs. Arbuthnot ; a nun. 

Miss Arthur, sister of Sir Frede- 
rick Arthur, Baronet. 

Mrs. Bagshawe, daughter of John 
Gunning, C.B., Surgeon-in- 
Chief at Waterloo, wife of H. 
R. Bagshawe, Q.C., County 
Court Judge, and mother of 
the Right Rev. Dr. Bagshawe, 
Bishop of Nottingham. 

Mrs. Baisall, niece of the late 
Sir Walter Scott, Baronet, the 
poet and novelist. (1846.) 

Madame Gaggiolti Barham, 
daughter of Lady C. Barham. 

Miss Barrow, sister of the Rev. 
Sir J. Croker Barrow, Baro- 
net. (1859.) 

Mrs. Anne Ramsden Bennett, 
cousin of the Right Hon. 
William Ewart Gladstone, 
M.P., and of Sir Thomas 
Gladstone, Baronet. (1870.) 

Miss Beresford, niece of the 1st 
Marquis of Waterford. 

Miss E. Beresford, niece of the 
late Most Rev. Lord Decies, 
late Archbishop of Tuam. 

Miss Berney, daughter of Com- 
mander John Berney, and 
granddaughter of Sir J. 
Berney, Baronet. 
Mrs. John Bethell, sister of Lady 
Westbury. 



Mrs. Bowden. daughter of the 
late Sir J. Swinburne, Baronet, 
and wife of the late Captain 
Bowden. 

Miss Bowring, daughter of Sir J. 
Bowring ; a nun at Hong 
Kong. (1830.) 

Mrs. Bowyer, sister-in-law of 
the late Sir George Bowyer, 
Baronet. (1851.) 

Mrs. Boynton, daughter of 
Lieutenant-Colonel Prickctt, 
of Bridlington, granddaugh- 
ter of the late Sir C. Dojls- 
worth, Baronet, and wife of 
Captain G. H. L. Boynton, 
late 17th Lancers, son of Sir 
Henry Boynton, Baronet, of 
Burton Agnes. 

Miss Bradstreet, daughter of the 
late Sir S. Bradstreet, Baro- 
net. 

Miss Brand, sister of Lord 
Hampden, late Speaker of the 
House of Commons. (1854.) 

Miss Bromhead, daughter of 
Sir 'E. Ffrench Bromhead, 
Baronet. 

Miss Caroline Burke, daughter 
of Lady Burke, of Marble Hill, 
Galway. 

Mrs. Charles Capel Chapman, 
daughter of the late Sir W. 
Crof ton, Baronet, of Longford 
House, County Sligo. (1880.) 

Miss Wilmot Chetwode, daugh- 
ter of Edmund and Lady Janet 
Wilmot Chetwode, of Wood- 
brook, Queen's County. 

Miss Janet Chetwode, ditto. 

Miss Christian, sister of the 
Hon. Judge Christian. 

Mrs. Clifford (ne'e Catherine 
Bath, of Brynmor, Swansea), 
wife of Walter Clifford, second 
son of Sir Charles Clifford, of 
Hatheston Hall, Cannock. 
(1883). 

Miss Clifton, daughter of Cap- 
tain and Lady Bertha Clifton. 



CONVERTS TO HOME. 



Miss Clutterbuck, sister of the 
Rev. J. Croker Barrow, 
Baronet. (1800.) 

Miss Coleridge, cousin of Lord 
Coleridge, Lord Chief Justice 
of England, and of the Rev. 
H. J. Coleridge, M.A. 

Miss Coleridge, ditto ; a nun. 

Mrs. Consett (nee Kerr). daugh- 
ter of Lord Charles Kerr ; and 
ten children. 

Miss Cope, daughter of Sir 
William Cope, Baronet. 

Mrs. Cope, wife of Anthony 
Cope, son of Sir William Cope, 
Baronet. 

Miss Courtney, daughter of the 
10th Earl of Devon. 

Mrs. Coxon, wife of M, A. Coxon, 
Bombay Civil Service, and 
daughter of Sir G. Anderson, 
late Governor of Ceylon. 

Miss Cusack, niece of Sir Ralph 
Cusack ; known in Catholic 
Literature as the " Nun of 
Kenmare." 

Miss Massey Dawson, grand- 
daughter of Lord Sinclair. 

Mrs. Dawson, daughter of 
Admiral Michael Seymour, 
and wife of the late Colonel 
Dawson, 90th regiment. 

Miss Dawson, her daughter. 

Miss Lina Dawson, ditto. 

Miss Effie Dawson, ditto. 

Mrs. de Gernon (nee Braham), 
of Athcarne Castle ; niece of 
Lady Waldegrave. 

Madame de la Haye, sister of 
the Dowager Lady Inchiquin. 

Mrs. Miles Dormer, sister of 
the late Hon. Mrs. J. B. 
Dormer. 

Miss M. Drummond, daughter 
of Maurice and the Hon. Mrs. 
Drummond. 

Mrs. Duke, sister of the late 
Duchess of Argyll. 

Miss Duncan, daughter of Lady 
Duncan. 



Miss Dundas, daughter of Lady 
Dundas. 

Miss Mary Dundas, daughter of 
the late Joseph Dundas, of 
Can-on Hall, Stirlingshire ; 
now a Sister of Mercy at St. 
Catherine's Convent, Edin- 
burgh. (1882.) 

Miss Florence Fitzgibbon, 
daughter of the Hon. Gerald 
and Lady Louisa Fitzgibbon. 

Mrs. Saville Foljambe, relative 
of the late Lady Milton. 
(1850.) 

Miss Foljambe. (1850.) 

Mrs. Fortescue, granddaughter 
of Lady Caroline Barham. 

Mrs. J. A. Fox, youngest 
daughter of the late Count 
W. F. Wratislaw, of Rugby. 

Miss Emma Fremantle, daughter 
of Vice-Admiral Sir T. F. 
Fremantle. 

Miss Cecilia Fremantle, ditto. 

Miss Gough, of Rathronan, 
Clonmel, granddaughter of the 
late Very Rev. Dean of Derry, 
and grandniece of the late 
Lord Gough. (1880.) 

Miss Grant, sister of Sir Alex- 
ander Grant, Baronet, Vice- 
Chancellor of Edinburgh Uni- 
versity. 

Miss M. Hamilton, niece of 
Lord Dillon. 

Miss Hammond, granddaughter 
of the late Most Rev. Lord 
Decies, Protestant Arch- 
bishop of Tuam. 

Miss Hanmer, sister of Lord 
Hanmer. (1849.) 

Mrs. Hatchell, daughter of Sir 
R. Graham, Baronet. 

Miss Hay, niece of Field-Mar- 
shal the Marquis of Tweed- 
dale. 

Miss Hesketh, daughter of the 
late Sir Thomas Hesketh, 
Baronet. 

Miss Alicia Hope - Johnstone, 



THE XOBILITY AND GEXTIIY (LADIES). 



55 



daughter of Lady Hope- 
Johnstone. 

Mrs. Johnson, of Cross, wife of 
John G. Johnson, M.P. for 
Exeter, and daughter of 
Sir Theodore Brinckman, 
Baronet. 

Miss Lambert, daughter of Sir 
G. Lambert, Baronet. 

Mrs. Caroline Lee, daughter of 
Sir J. Cottrell, Baronet. 

Miss Alice Lees, granddaughter 
of the late Rev. Sir Harcourt 
Lees, Baronet ; formerly an 
Anglican Sister at Clewer 
Convent, near "Windsor. 

Mrs. Lloyd, daughter of the late 
Sir John Garden, Baronet, 
and mother of Lady Ross- 
more. 

Miss Maclean, daughter of the 
late Sir L. Monro Maclean, 
Baronet. 

Miss Louisa Maclean, ditto. 

Miss Maitland, daughter of the 
Rev. J. Maitland, J.P. and 
D.L. for Kircudbrightshire, 
and granddaughter of the 
Hon. Mrs. Bellamy Gordon, 
of Kenmure. 

The late Mrs. Manning, eldest 
daughter of the late Rev. Sir 
Augustus Brydges Henniker, 
Baronet, M. A., and wife of the 
late Charles J. Manning, bro- 
ther of His Eminence Car- 
dinal Manning, Archbishop of 
Westminster. 

Mrs. McKenna, granddaughter 
of Sir Joseph Barrington, 
Baronet, and wife of W. 
McKenna. 

The late Mrs. J. Mill Muldary 
(formerly Gun - Cunning- 
hame), niece of the late Earl 
of Limerick. 

Mrs. Murray, wife of John 
Murray, eldest son of Sir 
John Murray, Baronet, of 
Philiphaugh. 



Mrs. Nimmo (ne'e Gladstone), 
cousin of the Right Hon. W. 
E. Gladstone, M.P. 

The Misses Nimmo, her three 
daughters ; one a nun. 

Mrs. Stafford Northcote, sister- 
in-law of Sir Stafford H. 
Northcote, Baronet, M.P. for 
North Devonshire. 

Miss Greville Nugent, grand- 
daughter of the Marquis of 
AVestmeath. 

Mrs. Coventry Patmore, daugh- 
ter of Sir John Byles, the 
Judge, and wife of Coventry 
Patmore, the poet. 

Miss Harriet Elizabeth Peacock, 
sister of the late Sir Joseph 
Peacock, Baronet. 

Miss Peel, sister of the late Sir 
Lawrence Peel, Baronet. 
(1850.) 

Miss Emily Peel, niece of the 
late Sir Lawrence Peel, 
Baronet. 

Mrs. Croker Pennell, daughter 
of the late Sir W. Follet, 
Baronet. 

Miss Henrietta Philips, daugh- 
ter of Sir T. Philips, Baronet. 

Mrs. Caroline Henrietta Phillips, 
daughter of the late Captain 
H. J. Lacon, R.N., of the 
Goldrood, Ipswich ; niece of 
Sir Edmund H. K. Lacon, 
Baronet, M.P. for North Nor- 
folk, and wife of Owen C. 
Phillips, son of the late 
Charles Phillips, of Barham 
HaU, Suffolk. (1882.) 

Mrs. Pratt, daughter of Sii 
John Lechmere, Baronet. 

Mrs. Prickett, daughter of the 
late Sir C. Dodsworth, Baro- 
iiet, and wife of Colonel 
Prickett, of Boreas Hall, near 
Hull, Yorkshire. 

Mrs. Purcell, daughter of, Sir 

John Lechmere, Baronet. 
Mrs. Edmund Purcell, youngest 



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(laughter of the late Sir F. 
Desanges, Baronet. 

Miss Dora Pyrrell, daughter 
adoptive of Mrs. Anne Ranis- 
den Bennett, cousin of the 
Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone, 
M.P.,and of Sir Thomas Glad- 
stone, Baronet. (1870.) 

Mrs. J. E. Reade. niece of Sir 
John Chandos Reade, Baronet. 

Miss Russell, sister of the late- 
Sir Charles Russell, Baronet, 
V.C., and formerly M.P. for 
Westminster. 

Miss Eli/a Sanderson, daughter 
of the Hon. J. Sanderson. 

Mrs. Hope Scott, granddaughter 
of the late Sir Walter Scott, 
Baronet, the celebrated poet 
and novelist, and wife of the 
late J. R. Hope Scott, the 
eminent Q.C., and grandson 
of the second Earl Hopetoun . 
(1851.) 

Miss Sherlock, sister-in-law of 
the late Sir John Sutton, 
Baronet. 

Mrs. Simmonds. daughter of Sir 
Robert Graham, Baronet, and 
wife of Colonel Simmonds. 

Mrs. F. Smith-Dodsworth, wife 
of Frederic Smith-Dodsworth, 
son of Sir Charles Smith- 
Dodsworth, Baronet. 

Mrs. J. Somerville, grand- 
daughter of the Earl of 
Camperdown. 

Mrs. Spearman, daughter-in-law 
of Sir A. J. Spearman, 
Baronet. 

Miss St. John, niece of Lord 
Bolingbroke. 

Miss Frances Sutton, sister of 
Sir Richtird Sutton, Baronet. 

Miss L. Taunton, daughter of 
Sir John Taunton, Baronet. 

Miss Tolleinache, granddaughter 
of the Earl of Dysart, 

Mrs. C. L. Tredcroft, daughter 
of the late Sir William Scott, 



Baronet, of Ancrum, and wife 
of Major C. Lennox Tred- 
croft, J.P. 

Mrs. Tracy Turnerelli, sister of 
Thomson Hankey, M.P., and 
cousin of Earl Bathurst 
(1866.) 

Mrs. Waters, niece of Sir Robert 
Peel, Baronet, M.P. 

Miss Waters, her daughter. 

Mrs. C. Weld-Blumlell (an 
Charlotte Marcia Lane-Fox), 
eldest daughter of the late 
Hon. Charles Darcy Lane- 
Fox, and wife of Charles 
Weld-Blundell, of Ince Blun- 
dell. (1883.) 

Miss Eliza Harriet Wilrnot, 
sister of Sir J. Eardley 
Wilmot, Baronet. 

The Misses Woodward, nieces of 
Viscount Middleton. 

Mrs. Wrey, sister-in-law of the 
late Sir Bourchicr Wrey. 
Baronet. 

The Rev. Mother Abbess of the 
Convent of Poor Clares, 
Knowles-Clinton, Baddesley. 

Mrs. Gilbert A'Beckett. 

The Misses Adams. 

Miss Aglionby. (1847.) 

Miss Agnew. (1847.) 

Mrs. Ainsworth, of North Wales ; 
now a nun. 

Mrs. A. P. Aldrich, niece of Dr. 
Poynter, V.A. 

Mrs. Alger. 

Miss Emma Alger. 

Miss Allan. 

Mrs. Falconer Altee. 

The Misses Altee. 

Mrs. Andrews, of Camberwell, 
S.E. 

Miss Lloyd Anstruther ; now 
a nun. 

Mrs. R, W. Arkwright, wife of 
Robert Wigram Arkwright, of 
Xormanton Turville Hall. 
Leicestershire. 



THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY (LADIES). 



Miss Arnold. 

Miss Arnold-Morris, sister of 

H. Arnold - Moms, artist. 

(1876.) 
Mrs. Aston, of The Oaklands, 

Edgbaston, Birmingham. 
Mrs. Athy, of Renville, Galway. 
Miss Susan Atkinson, relative of 

Mrs. Anne Ramsden Bennett, 

cousin of the Right Hon. W. 

E. Gladstone, M.P., and of Sir 

Thomas Gladstone, Baronet. 

(1874.) 
Miss Henrietta Bagshawe, of 

Rome. 
Miss M. A. Baker, of Cottles, 

Wilts. (1874.) 
Miss Annie Tandy Baker. 

(1865.) 
Miss Ballantine, daughter of 

Mr. Serjeant Ballantine. 
Mrs. Alexander Barclay. 
Miss Diana Baring. 
Mrs. Barnes, of Gilling Castle, 

Yorkshire. 
Miss Barnes. 
Miss Dorothea Barrie, relative 

of Admiral Sir Robert Barrie. 
Miss Georgina Barrie, ditto ; a 

nun, who nursed the wounded 

at Scutari. 
Miss Barton, of Rochestown, 

County Tipperary (now 

Madame Schemanski). 
Mrs. W. Baslick, wife of Wil- 
liam Baslick, of Exeter. 
Mrs. Bateman, wife of Dr. 

Bateman, of Folkestone. 
Mrs. Batty e, and family. 
Mrs. Baumgardt, wife of Major- 
General J. G. Baumgardt. 

C.B. 

Mrs. J. Baxter, of Oxford. 
Mrs. Bayne, and her two sons. 
The Misses Bayne, her 

daughters. 
Miss Bazalgette. 
Mrs. Beaumont, of Guildford. 
Mrs. Beckwith, wife of General 

Beckwith. 



Mrs. E. Ingress Bell, wife of 

E. Ingress Bell, architect ; 

and family. 
Mrs. Bellasis, wife of the late 

Mr. Sergeant Bellasis ; and 

family. (1850.) 
Mrs. Bengough. 
Miss Bengough. 
Miss Ann Eliza Benton, formerly 

Sister of the Anglican Sister- 
hood of St. Etheldreda. 

(1874.) 
Miss Fanny Elizabeth Benton. 

(1875.) 
Miss Honoria Berwicke ; now 

a Sister of Charity. 
Mrs. R. Digby Beste, wife of 

Richard Digby Beste, of Bot- 

leigh Grange, Hants. 
Mrs. John Bethell, daughter of 

R. Abraham, architect. (1847.) 
Miss Jane Rose Bethell (now 

Mrs. F. P. Koe). 
The late Miss Louisa Mary 

Bethell. 
Miss Coralie Mary Bethell ; a 

nun, and Superioress of the 

Convent of the Holy Child, 

St. Leonard's-on-Sea. 
Mrs. Robert Y. Bethell (nee 

Ravenscroft). (1875.) 
Mrs. Hugh Nicholas Fitzgerald 

Bethell (nee O'Callaghaii). 

(1878.) 
Mrs. Bevan, of Queen's Gate 

Terrace. 

Miss Bicknell. (1847.) 
Mrs. Billington, wife of Major 

B. Billington. (1877.) 
Mrs. Bishop, wife of Charles 

Bishop, Registrar of the 

Oxford County Court. 
Miss Bishop, her daughter. 
Mrs. Bishop (ne'e O'Connor 

Morris). 
Mrs. Blake, of Crigg Castle, 

Galway. 
Miss Blount. 
Mrs. Blunt, of Crabbets, near 

Crawley, Sussex. 



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Miss Blunt, daughter of the 

British Consul at Smyrna. 
Mrs. Blunt. 
Mrs. Blyth. 
Mrs. Blythe, wife of Captain 

Blythe. 
Mrs. Bocock, wife of Williain 

Bocock, of Kirtling, New- 
market. 
Mrs. Boetler, wife of Captain 

Boetler. 
Mrs. Bolton. 
The Misses Bond, four daughters 

of the late William Bond, of 

St. Mawgan, Cornwall ; all 

nuns. 

Miss Emma Boniface. 
Miss Sarah Bool. (1845.) 
Mrs. Boon. 
Mrs. Booth, of Ashby Manor. 

Lincoln. 

Mrs. Bostock, of Cheltenham. 
The Misses Bostock. 
The late Miss Bowden, a nun. 
Miss Emily Bowden. 
Mrs. Bownall. (184G.) 
Mrs. Boyce, of Cheltenham. 
Mrs. Digby Boycott, senior. 
Mrs. Essex Digby Boycott. 
Madame Mabel Digby Boycott, 

a nun. 

Mrs. Boylan. 
Mrs. Hamilton Bradford. 
Miss Bradley. 
The Misses Bradley, of Newtown, 

Queen's County. 
Miss Braine, of Buckf ast Abbey, 

Devonshire. 
Mrs. Brenan, wife of Colonel 

Brenan, of Clontarf, Dublin. 
Mrs. W. H. Brenan, of Cool- 

bawn, Castle Comer. 
Mrs. Brewer, and family. 
Mrs. Bridgeman, of Frogmore, 

Herefordshire. 
Mrs. Sarah Brigstocke. 
Miss Bristow, daughter of Cap- 
tain Bristow. 
Miss F. Bristow, ditto. 
Mrs. Brown, wife of Captain 



David Brown, 14th Light 
Dragoons. 

Miss Tattou Browne. 

Mrs. Buckle, wife of Colonel 
Buckle. 

Mrs. Hardcastle Burder. 

Mrs. Burnand, wife of Francis 
Cowley Burnand. Editor of 
Punch and family. 

Mrs. Burnett. 

Mrs. Burns, wife of James 
Burns, publisher ; and family. 

Mrs. Hill Burton. 

Mrs. G. R. Buttemer. 

Mrs. Cahill, wife of Major Ca- 
hill, Bombay Staff Corps. 

Mrs. Minton Campbell, wife of 
the Member for North Staf- 
fordshire. (1878.) 

Mrs. Campbell, wife of Robert 
Campbell, Advocate and J.P. 
for Ayrshire ; and family. 

Mrs. Cannon, wife of General 
Cannon, of Folkestone. 

The Misses Cannon, her daugh- 
ters. 

Mrs. Carey-Elwes, (1874.) 

Miss Carnegie. 

Mrs. Case, wife of Major Case, 
of Canterbury. (1882.) 

Mrs. Casson, wife of Captain 
Casson, 5th West Yorkshire 
Militia. 

Mrs. Henry Caulfield. 

Miss Chambers, formerly 
Mother-Eldress of the Devon- 
port Sisters, under Miss Sel- 
lon ; now a nun. 

Miss Sarah Chandler. 

Miss Chandless, daughter of the 
Q.C. ; a nun. 

The late Mrs. Caroline Chis- 
holm (The Emigrant's Friend), 
wife of Major Archibald 
Chisholm. 

Miss Chisholm, sister of Mrs. 
Gray, wife of E. D. Gray, M.P., 
late Lord Mayor of Dublin. 

Mrs. Cholmeley, of Brandsby 
Hall, Yorkshire. 



THE NOBILITY AND GENTKY (LADIES). 



Mrs. Christie, of Stanley Cres- 
cent, Netting Hill, W. 

Mrs. Osborne Christmas, wife of 
W. A. Osborne Christmas, 
nephew of W. Christmas, for- 
merly M.P. and D.L. of Whit- 
field, Waterford. 

Miss G. Veronica Christmas. 

Miss Churchill, daughter of 
Major-General Churchill, 

Mrs. Lane Clarke, of Guernsey. 

Miss Lane Clarke. 

Miss H. S. Clarke. 

Mrs. Clarke, wife of Dr. C. H. 
Clarke. 

Mrs. Clavering, of Callaly. 

Mrs.H. Clayton, of Ingatestone. 

Mrs. Charles Cliffe. 

Mrs. Clifford, of Came, Co. 
Cavan. 

Mrs. Coates, of Reigate. 

Miss Margaret Wyatt Cobb. 

Mrs. Cobbold, wife of H. Cheval- 
lier Cobbold, a Suffolk Squire ; 
and family. (1880.) 

Mrs. Codrington, wife of William 
Codrington, of Wroughton 
House, Swindon. 

Mrs. Collard, wife of Captain 
Collard, of Walthamstow . 

Mrs. Comyn, of Plymouth. 

Miss Agnes Colthurst. (1878.) 

Mrs. Constable. 

Mrs. Conway. 

Miss Cook, of St. James's 
Square, Netting Hill, W. 

Miss Henrietta Cook. (1862.) 

Miss Helen Sophia Cook. (1862.) 

Miss Harriet Cook. (1862.) 

Mrs. Cooper, wife of Colonel 
Moore Cooper. 

Mrs. Moss Cooper, sister of John 
Walter, M.P. for Berkshire, 
and proprietor of the Times. 

Mrs. Cooper, wife of John 
Cooper, surgeon. 

Mrs. Cooper, wife of William 
Cooper, surgeon. 

Mrs. Copeland, wife of Dr. 
Copeland, of Cheltenham. 



Mrs. J. Corry (nee Jarvis). 

Miss Ellen Cottam. 

Miss Attwell Coxon, of Hong 

Kong. 
Mrs. Cracroft-Amcotts, wife of 

Colonel Weston Cracroft- 
Amcotts, of Walcott Hall, 

Northampton. 
Mrs. J. Young Craig ; and her 

three sons. 
Mrs. Crawford, wife of Dr. 

Crawford ; and family. 
Mrs. Crispin, wife of Admiral 

Crispin, Captain of the Queen's 

yacht. 

Miss Alberta Crispin, her daugh- 
ter, and godchild of her 

Majesty Queen Victoria. 
Miss Victoria Crispin, ditto, ditto. 
Miss Cross. 
Mrs. Crowe, wife of Captain 

Crowe, of Folkestone. 
Miss Constance Croxton. 
Mrs. Cullen. 
Mrs. Cullin, wife of J. R. Cul- 

lin, of Warwick Gardens, 

Kensington, W. 
Mrs. Cullington (nee Bradley). 
Miss Cunynghame, formerly of 

Wantage Sisterhood ; now a 

nun. (1880.) 
Mrs. Curling, wife of Admiral 

Curling. 
Mrs. J. Curran, wife of James 

Curran, a Quaker, of Dublin. 
Mrs. Bertram Currie. 
Miss Curtis, a nun. 
Mrs. Dakins. (1848.) 
Miss Danvers, of Chislehurst. 
Mrs. D'Arcy, wife of Colonel 

D'Arcy, late Governor of the 

Falkland Islands. 
Mrs. H. Warren Daiiey. 
Mrs. Darnell, wife of Captain 

W. N. Darnell, of the 84th 

Regiment. 
Mrs. Charles Darnley, sister of 

the Rev. H. Gates, of St. 

Dominic's Priory, Haverstock 

Hill, N.W. 



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The Misses Dashwood, daugh- 
ters of Admiral Dash wood. 

Mrs. Bashwood, wife of C. F. 
Bashwood, of Michael's Torre, 
Devonshire. 

Mrs. Davidson, wife of Captain 
Davidson, of Folkestone. 

Mrs. J. R. Davies-Cooke, wife 
of the late Major J. R. 
Davies-Cooke, of the Royal 
Artillery. (18*) 

Miss Kathleen Davies-Cooke, 
her daughter. (1884.) 

Mrs. J. C. De Castro, of Wood- 
end. 

Mrs. De Colyar. 

Mrs. Delane, of Rotherham. 

Miss Delane, her daughter. 

Mrs. P. Delaney, of Newtown, 
Queen's County. 

Mrs. Emma Cordelia Bering, 
wife of Evelyn J. Heneage 
Bering. 

Miss Bevitt, daughter of Br. 
Bevitt. 

Miss B'Eyncourt. (1847.) 

Miss Louisa P. Bick, daughter 
of the late George Stuart 
Bick, of Edith Lodge, St. 
Lawrence, Isle of Thanet, and 
granddaughter of the late 
General G. Bick, of the Bengal 
Army. 

Miss Bixon, daughter of General 
Bixon ; a nun. 

Mrs. Bobson, wife of W. E. 
Bobson, J.P., of The Park, 
Nottingham. 

Miss Bobson, her daughter. 

Mrs. M. Dolman, wife of Mar ma - 
duke Dolman, barrister-at-law, 
and daughter of Major Wand, 
late of Chester Court and 
Mansion Hall, Yorkshire. 

Mrs. Dorat, wife of Colonel 
Dorat. 

Mrs. Dongham, of Orrel Park, 
Aintree. 

Mrs. J. D. Douglas, of Benares. 

Mrs. Katherine A. J. Draffen, 



only daughter of Edwin Row- 
ley, of Gawthorpe Hall, near 
Wakefield, and wife of George 
Algernon Draffen (son of 
Colonel W. Pitt-Draffen, late 
Royal Marine Artillery). 
(1883.) 

Miss Du Boulay, of Torquay ; 
a nun. 

Mrs. Duff. 

Miss Duke. (184G.) 

Mrs. Dunlop, wife of Admiral 
Dunlop. 

Mrs. G. Dunn, wife of George 
Dunn, of Harley Street, 
Cavendish Square, W. 

Mrs. Archibald Dunn. 

Miss Maude Dunn, relative of 
Major Dunn. 

The Misses Durnsford. 

Mrs. C. D. Byatt, 

Mrs. W. Earnshaw, of Rother- 
ham, mother of the Rev. 
Father J. Earnshaw. 

The Misses Earnshaw, her 
daughters. 

Mrs. Eaton, wife of Richard 
Eaton, D.L., barrister-at-law. 

Mrs. Eaton, wife of Charles O. 
Eaton, M.A., Cambridge. 
(1800.) 

Mrs. Austin Edgar, of Kreit- 
hock, Scotland. 

The Misses Edgar, her daughters. 

Miss Edmunds, of Rome. 

Mrs. Egerton, wife of Reginald 
Arthur Egerton, of West 
Cromwell Road, S.W. 

Mrs. Elden, sister of Mrs. Alfred 
Gatty. 

Miss Elliot. (1862.) 

Madame Enriquez. 

Mrs. Eyre. 

Miss Caroline Eyre. 

Mrs. Farmer, wife of Dr. Far- 
mer. 

Mrs. Farren, wife of William 
Farren, the actor, and family. 

Miss Fell, of Rotherham. 

The late Mrs. T. A. Fellowes. 



THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY (LADIES). 



61 



The Misses Fellowes, of Don- 

nington Priory. 
Mrs. Fennings, wife of Dr. Allen 

Fennings, of Notting Hill, and 

famAy. 
Miss Elizabeth Anne Fernandez, 

of Midford. (1880.) 
Mrs. Ferrers. 
Mrs. Ferrers, of Baddesley 

Clinton. 
Mrs. Fincham, wife of Dr. 

Fincham, and family. 
Mrs. Finlason, wife of W. F. 

Finlason, barrister-at-law. 
The Misses Firebrace, daughters 

of the late Samuel Firebrace, 

LL.D., formerly Judge at 

Demerara. 

Mrs. Firth, of Kotherham. 
Miss Fitzgerald. 
Miss Geraldine Fitzgerald, sister 

of R. W. Penrose Fitzgerald, of 

Corkbegg Castle, County Cork. 
Miss Fitzgerald, daughter of 

Dr. Fitzgerald. 
Mrs. Flam stead, wife of Colonel 

Flamstead. 
Mrs. Miles Fletcher. 
Miss Christina Forbes, of In- 

vernan. 
Miss Mary Dominica Ford, a 

nun, and foundress of St. 

Margaret's Home. 
Mrs. Forster, wife of General 

Forster, late Secretary to his 

Royal Highness the Duke of 

Cambridge. 
Mrs. Forster, wife of Dr. Thomas 

Forster. 

Mrs. Joseph Fothergill. 
Mrs. John Fottrell. 
Miss Fouiitaine, daughter of 

Andrew Fouutaine, of Nar- 

ford Hall, Norfolk. 
Mrs. Fowler, wife of Dr. Fowler, 

of Cheltenham, and mother of 

the Rev. Reginald Fowler ; a 

priest, and Rector of St. 

Joseph's, G-uildford, Surrey. 
( (1880.) 



The Misses Fowler, her daugh- 
ters. (1859.) 

The late Mrs. G. Lane-Fox, 
daughter of General Slade. 
(1867.) 

Mrs. Fox, wife of Dr. C. J. 
Fox ; and great niece of 
Madame Guyon. 

Miss Fox, daughter of Dr. Fox, 
of Falmouth, a Quaker ; now 
a nun. 

Miss Sophia Fox. 

Miss Ellen France, built the 
Catholic Church at Leaming- 
ton. 

Miss Mary Anne Franks, of 
Midford. (1855.) 

Miss Frazer, a Puseyite Sister. 

Miss Freme, daughter of Colonel 
Freme. 

Mrs. William Froude, sister-in- 
law of the historian. 

Miss Froude, her daughter. 

Mrs. Fuller, wife of the late 
Captain Fuller, the sculptor. 

Miss Galton, of Geugariffe, 
Bournemouth. 

Mrs. Gardiner, wife of Captain 
Gardiner. 

Mrs. Garnett, daughter of 
Colonel F. H. Constance. 

Mrs. Emma Cordelia Gates, 
mother of the Rev. H. Gates, 
of St. Dominic's Priory, 
Haverstock Hill, N.W. 

Miss Evelyn Adelaide Gates, her 
daughter. 

Mrs. Gavin, wife of the late 
Major Gavin, formerly M.P. 
for Limerick ; and daughter 
of Montiford Westropp, of 
Mellon House, County Lime- 
rick. 

Mrs. W. R. Gawthorn, wife of 
W. Rees Gawthorn, formerly 
secretary to His Eminence the 
late Cardinal Wiseman, and 
to the Most Rev. Dr. English, 
Archbishop of Trinidad. 
(1849.) 



02 



CONVERTS TO ROME. 



Miss Rees Gawthorn, her daugh- 
ter. (1849.) 

Miss Gayton, of Brighton ; now 
a Carmelite nun. 

Miss Elizabeth Mary George. 
(1881.) 

Miss Henrietta Mary George. 
(1881.) 

Miss Agnes Florence George. 
(1881.) 

Miss Giberne. (1845.) 

Mrs. Milner Gibson, wife of the 
former M.P. 

Mrs. Glenie. (1840.) 

Mrs. Warrie Glynn. 

Mrs. Goldsmid, wife of Nathaniel 
A. Goldsmid, M.A., of Exeter 
College, Oxford. (1850.) 

Mrs. Goodlake. 

Mrs. Gooldeu, wife of D. H. 
Goolden, solicitor. 

Miss Gordon, of Prince's Gate. 

Miss A. M. Gordon, of Aber- 
geldie. 

Mrs. Gordon. 

Miss Gordon. 

Miss Sarah Jane Gould. (IKK-J.) 

Mrs. Grace (nee Thistlewaite), 
of Gracefield. 

Mrs. Graham, of Wimbourne. 

Mrs. Douglas Cunningham Gra- 
ham. 

Miss E. Cunningham Graham. 

Mrs. Malcolm Grant. 

Miss Grant. 

Mrs. Greata. 

Mrs. Greathead, of Prestbury, 
Cheltenham. 

Mrs. T. Green, of Leeds. 

Mrs. Charles Martin Green, of 
Newcastle-on- Ty ne. 

Mrs. Green (nee Biddulph), of 
County Tipperary. 

The Misses Grenf ell. 

Mrs. Gretton, of Swindon Hall, 
Gloucestershire. 

Mrs. G. Gretton. 

Mrs. Grimshawe, wife of Samuel 
Grimshawe, J.P., of Erwood 
Hall, Lancashire ; and family. 



Mrs. Grisewood. 

Mrs. Gwynne. 

Mrs. Haliburton, wife of Cap- 
tain Haliburton. 

Miss Haliburton, her daughter. 

Mrs. Craigie Halkett, of Cra- 
mond, Midlothian, N.B. 

Mrs. Hall, daughter of the late 
P. Newlands, of Glasgow. 

Mrs. J. Hamer, daughter of the 
late C. Blake Allnatt, of 
Shrewsbury, barrister-at-law. 

Mrs. Hamilton, wife of the late 
Captain J. F. C. Hamilton, 
R.N. 

Mrs. Hamilton, wife of Thomas 
S. Hamilton, of the Bombay 
Civil Service ; and family. 
(1883.) 

Miss Harden, daughter of the 
late Colonel Harden. 

Miss Harding, of St. Mary's. 
Church, Torquay. 

Mrs. Hardwick, daughter of R. 
Basset, of Cardiff. 

Mrs. Hardwicke, wife of Dr. 
W. W. Hardwicke, of Bother- 
ham. 

Mrs. Harris, wife of Dr. Harris. 

Miss Hartley, of Bayswater. 

Miss Harvey, of Stockton. 

Miss Frances Haywarden. (1849.) 

Miss Hannah Hedley, a nun. 
(1866.) 

Miss Fanny Hedley. 

Miss Mary C. de Villiers 
Hemery, of Barnet, Herts. 
(1881.) 

Mrs. Heneage. (1846.) 

Miss Heneage. (1846.) 

Miss Marguerite Henry, niece of 
the late Sir Thomas Henry,, 
chief magistrate. 

Mrs. Cosmo Hepburne. 

'Miss C. Gordon Hepburne. 

Mrs. Herbert, wife of G. Her- 
bert, barrister-at-law. 

Miss Jane Hibbert. 

Miss Hilliard, grand-niece of Dr. 
Ferguson, formerly Physician 



THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY (LADIES). 



63 



to her Majesty Queen Vic- 
toria ; a Sister of Mercy. 

Miss Cecilia Hilliard, ditto ; now 
a nun at Baltimore, U.S.A. 

Miss Hobbs, of Bristol. 

Miss Hodgson, one of the An- 
glican Sisters who accom- 
panied the Cowley Fathers to 
India. 

Mrs. Hodgson. 

Miss Holdsworth. 

Miss Annie Emma Holmes, now 
a nun, and Canoness of St. 
Augustine's Convent, Bruges, 
Belgium. 

Mrs. Hope, of The Hermitage, 
Torquay. 

Mrs. David Boyce Hope, of 
Dumfriesshire, KB. (1868.) 

Miss R. E. Hope, her daughter. 
(1868.) 

Miss Flora Horn, daughter of 
H. Horn, sometime Recorder 
of Hereford ; now a nun. 

Mrs. Hornby, wife of Edward 
Owen Hornby, M.A., of St. 
John's College, Cambridge, 
and of The Brook, Fareham, 
Hants, and 54, Portland Place, 
W. (1868.) 

Mrs. J. Hostage, wife of John 
Hostage, of Chester. 

Mrs. E. Houldsworth, of Carrick 
House, Ayr, N.B. (1872.) 

Mrs. Howitt, wife of William 
Howitt, author of " History 
of Priestcraft," etc, (1883.) 

Miss Howitt, her daughter. 
(1883.) 

Mrs. Hutchinson, foundress of 
St. Catherine's Convent, Edin- 
burgh, N.B. 

Mrs. Inglefield, wife of Major 
Inglefield. 

Mrs. Innes, wife of Lieutenant 
Innes. 

Mrs. D'Arcy Irvine, wife of 
Captain D'Arcy Irvine, R.N. 

Mrs. Irwin,wif e of P.D. Irwin, 18, 
Abingdon Street, Westminster. 



Mrs. Leonard Jackson. 

Miss Jackson. 

Miss Julia James, sister of the 
late Edwin James, formerly 
M.P. for Marylebone ; a nun 
at Hammersmith, W. 

Mrs. Jarrett, wife of Colonel 
Jarrett. (1848.) 

Mrs. Jarvis, mother of the Rev. 
Father Jarvis, of Rugby. 

Miss Jarvis, her daughter. 

Miss Edith Eva Jocelyn, of Mid- 
ford Castle. (1855.) 

Mrs. Johnson, wife of G. F. 
Johnson, late Consul at Ant- 
werp. 

The Misses Johnstone, daughters 
of Major Johnstone, of Folkes- 
stone. 

Mrs. Cleaves Jolliffe. 

Mrs. Owen Jones, wife of the 
author of " The Grammar of 
Ornament." 

Mrs. Coventry Jones. 

Mrs. Alexander Jones. 

Miss Mary Jones, a Carmelite 
nun. 

Mrs. Jones, wife of R. Jones, 
architect, of Ryde. 

Miss Anne Joyce. (1855.) 

Mrs. C. A. Kavanagh, of Craigie 
House, Carlow. 

Miss Ida Kelly, daughter of Mrs. 
H. C. Millage, of Paris. 

Mrs. Keon, daughter of Major 
Hawkes, and wife of the late 
Hon. Miles Gerald Keon, Co- 
lonial Secretary at Bermuda. 

Miss Louisa Kerby, daughter of 
the Recorder of Mayfield. 

Mrs. T. Kerrick, of Harlestone 
House, Norfolk. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Augustine King, 
wife of the late Dr. Richard 
King, the polar traveller. 

Miss Elizabeth King, daughter 
of Richard King, of the 
Ordnance Department ; now^ 
editing the Angelas Jfagazine. 

Mi*s Martha King. 



CONVERTS TO HOME. 



Miss Isabelle Lichfield King, 

now a Sister of Mercy. 
.M iss Agnes Anne Maltby Kirby, 

ofMidford. (1881). 
Mrs. Lamb, wife of S. B. Lamb, 

solicitor, of London. 
Mrs. Richard Lamb. 
Mrs. Lamb, wife of Francis 

Lamb, barrister-at-law. 
Miss Lamb, her daughter. 
Mrs. Lambe. (1845.) 
.Miss Lambe, her daughter. 

(1845.) 

Mrs. Lambert. 
Mrs. Lamberth. 
The Misses Lamprell, daughter 

of Captain T. G. Lamprell. 
Mrs. Lance. 
Mrs. Lane, wife of Major Lane, 

of Uske. (1882.) 
Mrs. Murray Lane, wife of H. 

Murray Lane, Chester Herald 

in her Majesty's College of 

Arms. 

Mrs. Charles Leveson Lane. 
Mrs. Langdon, of Boulogne. 
Miss Langston, foundress of an 

Anglican sisterhood. 
Miss Flora Lavie. 
Miss Helen Ann Law, now a 

Sister of Mercy. 
Mrs. Elizabeth Law, a nun. 
Mrs. Edmund Law. 
Mrs. Law, wife of Captain Law, 

R.N. (1852.) 

Miss Law, her daughter. (1852.) 
Miss Layton, of Taunton. 
Mrs. Layton, wife of C. Temple 

Layton, of The Croft, Mit- 

cham ; and three children. 

(1882.) 

Miss Francis M. G. Leeson. 
Mrs. Le Mesurier. 
The Misses Le Mesurier. 
Mrs. Leslie. 

The Misses Leslie, both nuns. 
Mrs. Archibald Leslie. 
Miss Helena Lever. 
Miss Julia Lever. 
Mrs. Owen Lewis, wife of H. 



Owen Lewis, formerly M.P. 
for Caiiow. 

Mrs. Lewis (formerly Mrs. 
Spedding), of Lake Bank, 
Ambleside. 

Mrs. Lewis, wife of Henry 
Lewis, of New Bond Street, 
London, W. (1881.) 

Mrs. Littledale, of Stoke Hill, 
Guildford. 

The Misses Lloyd, of Torquay. 

Mrs. Locke, wife of Major 
Locke, son of General and 
Lady Matilda Locke. 

The late Mrs. Lockhart, mother 
of the Rev. Father Lockhart, 
B.A. (1846.) 

Miss Lockhart, her daughter. 
(1840.) 

Miss Lockyer, daughter of Cap- 
tain Lockyer, R.N. 

Mrs. Longueville, wife of 
Thomas Longueville, J.P., of 
Oswestry. 

Mrs. Lovell, niece of Sir Henry 
Bishop. 

Mrs. Lucas, wife of Frederick 
Lucas, B.A., sometime M.P. 
for Meath, and editor of the 
Tablet, the leading organ of 
the Catholic community in 
England ; a Quaker. 

Mrs. Lucas, mother of Frederick 
Lucas, B.A. 

Mrs. Lucas, wife of Captain 
Lucas. 

Mrs. Lynch, wife of Charles 
Lynch, J.P., of Petersburg, 
Galway. 

Miss Lyons, daughter of Cap- 
tain Lyons, R.N. 

Miss C. M. Mabley. 

Mrs. MacCartan, wife of John 
J. MacCartan, of Thomas- 
town, County Kilkenny. 
(1851.) 

Mrs. G. MacDonald. (1853.) 

Mrs. C. E. MacDongall, daugh- 
ter of Colonel J. Jackson, of 
the Madras Army. 



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65 



Mrs. Mack, of Paston Hall, Xor- 

folk. 

Miss Mackintosh. 
Mrs. Maguire, wife of Major 

Maguire, of Cheltenham. 
Mrs. Mainwaring. 
Miss Helen Stuart ]\laitland, 

daughter of Stuart Cairus 

Maitland, of Dundrennen and 

Compstone. (1877.) 
Mrs. John Malcolm. 
Miss Mallet, daughter of Hugh 

Mallet, of Ash House, North 

Devon. 
Miss Mallock, sister of the 

essayist, and niece of J. A. 

Froude, the historian. 
Mrs. Mann, of Rotherham. 
Mrs. Manners, wife of Admiral 

Manners, F.R.S., of the Duke 

of Rutland's family. 
Miss Manners, her daughter. 
Mrs. Marriage, formerly of the 

Society of Friends. 
Mrs. Martin, wife of the late 

Major Martin. 
Miss Barbara Martin, daughter 

of Captain G. Bohun Martin, 

R.K 
Miss Laura Martindale, cousin 

of Mrs. J. R. Davies Cooke, 

wife of the late Major J. R. 

Davies-Cooke, R.A., of Mont- 

pelier Square, Rutland Gate, 

S.W. (1884.) 
Mrs. Masters, wife of G. W. 

Masters, of Duncan House, 

Deptford. 

Mrs. John Matthews. 
Mrs. Arthur Maude 
Madame Maurel (iiee Mackay), 

daughter of the late John 

Mackay, banker, of Inverness. 

N.B. ' 

Mrs. Mayhearne. 
Mrs. McAvoy, of Acton, and 

her three children. 
Mrs. McChristie, wife of the 

City Revising Barrister. 
The late Rev. Mother Mary 



Patrick McCreath, of the 

Convent of Mercy, Crispin 

Street, Spitalfields. 
Mrs. Malcolm Laing Meason, 

wife of M. Laing Meason, 

late of the 10th Hussars. 
Miss Laing Meason, a nun 
Mrs. Melhuish. 
Mrs. Mends, wife of the late 

Captain Mends, R.X. 
Mrs. Middleton. 
Miss Middleton, a nun. 
Mrs. Francis Miles, widow of 

clerk in Admiralty. (18G7). 
Mrs. Olive Miller, of Dundee, 

N.B. 
Mrs. Miller, of Panmure House, 

Forfarshire, KB. 
Mrs. Harriet C. Millage, wife of 

an English journalist in Paris. 
Mrs. R. MiUs. 
Mrs. Mary Ann Mivart, wife of 

Professor St. George Mivart, 

M.D., F.R.S. 
Mrs. Caroline Georgina Mivart, 

mother of the Professor. 
Miss Charity Moger, of Midford 

(1848.) 
Miss Caroline Moger, ditto. 

(1848.) 
Miss Maria Marina Moger. 

(1852.) 
Mrs. Monteith, of Carstairs, 

wife of the late Robert Mon 

teith, M.A ., Trinity College 

Cambridge. 
Mrs. Moore, wife of W. H. 

Moore, surgeon, of "Wood- 
bridge ; and family. 
Miss Moore, of Folkestone. 
Miss Mordaunt, sister of the 

Rev. Wilfred Mordaunt, S. J. 
Miss Morgan, of Bridgend, 

Glamorganshire. 
Mrs. Morgan, late of Wolvcr- 

hampton. 
Miss Amalia Zila Henrietta 

Muller. (1879.) 
Mrs. Mullins, wife of Colonel 

Mullins. (1881.) 



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CONVERTS TO ROME. 



Miss Munroe, of Seymour Street, 

London, W. 
Miss Maria Anne Murphy. 

(1844.) 

Miss Jane Murphy. (1847.) 
Miss Murray, formerly Anglican 

sister at Oxford. 
Mrs. De Lacy Nash, niece* of 

General De Lacy. 
Mrs. Newnham, wife of Captain 

F. G. Newnham, late of the 

Indian Army, Bombay. 

(1878.) 

Miss Nicholson. 
Mrs. O'Brien, wife of J. H. 

Archer O'Brien, M.B.I.A. 
Miss O'Brien. (1840.) 
Mrs. O'Connell, wife of Daniel 

O'Connell, late M.P. for 

Tralee. 
Mrs. Oddie, of Colney House, 

Herts ; and family. 
Miss Georgina Oddie, her 

daughter. 

Miss Katherine Oddie, ditto. 
Mrs. O'Flaherty, wife of An- 
thony O'Flaherty, formerly 

M.P. for Galway. 
Mrs. O'Grady, of Onslow 

Square. 

Miss O'Hanlon, of Manchester. 
Mrs. O'Neil, of Rotherham. 
Mrs. G. S. Ottywell, a Baptist. 
Miss Palk. 
Mrs. De Paravicini, wife of the 

Bursar of Balliol CoUege, 

Oxford. 
Mrs. Anne Parfitt, mother of 

the Right Rev. Monsignor 

Parfitt, D.D., Rector of St. 

Mary's, Midford, near Bath. 

(1860.) 
Miss Anna Maria Theodosia 

Parfitt, her daughter. (1854.) 
Miss Susan Dinah Aloysia Par- 
fitt, ditto. (1854.) 
Mrs. Parfitt, wife of John Par- 
fitt, brother of the Right Rev. 

Monsignor Parfitt ; and her 

six children. (18G7.) 



Mrs. Parfitt, wife of William 
Parfitt, the Monsignor's uncle. 
(1818.) 

Miss Agneta Aurelia Parfitt, 
niece to Monsignor Parfitt 
(1864.) 

Miss Margaret Anne Parfitt, 
ditto. (1864.) 

Miss Ada Eugenia Parfitt, ditto. 
(1864.) 

Miss Agneta Aurelia Parfitt T 
their aunt. (1854.) 

Mrs. Partridge, wife of the late 
Professor Partridge, of New 
Street, Spring Gardens ; her 
three sons and four daughters 

Miss Pasco, of Plymouth. 

3 Irs. Payne, of Cromwell Place, 
and two children. 

Miss Emma Pearson, nurse of 
the Red Cross Society in 
1870. 

Mrs. Pearson, and family. 

Miss Pennell, daughter of Ad- 
miral Pennell. 

Mrs. Penrice, wife of Dr. Pen- 
rice. 

Miss Mary Anne Agnes Perry, 
of Midford. (1878.) 

Mrs. Phillips, wife of Robert 
B. Phillips, M.A., D.L., of 
Trinity College, Oxford ; of 
Longworth, Hereford. 

The Misses Pierson, of Folke- 
stone. Both nuns. 

Mrs. J. Bourne Pinder, daughter 
of the late Andrew Bathgate, 
of Liverpool. 

Mrs. Pitman, wife of Dr. Pit- 
man, of Highgate, and her 
four children. 

Miss Plomer. 

Miss Plues, late Superioress of 
Ladies' Home, Kensington 
Square. (1866.) 

Mrs. Plummer, of Plymouth. 

Mrs. de la Pole. 

Mrs. Rusco'mbe Poole, wife of 
J. Ruscombe Poole, solicitor. 
(1846.) 



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67 



The Misses Poole, her daughters. 
(1846.) 

Miss Poole, daughter of C. H. 
Poole, B.L., of St. Alban's 
Hall, Oxford ; now a nun. 

Miss L. Poole, ditto, a nun. 

Miss E. Poole, ditto, a nun. 

Miss Edith Potter, only daugh- 
ter of Thomas Bayley Potter, 
son of the late Sir Thomas 
Potter, of Buile Hill, Man- 
chester ; at one time M.P. for 
Rochdale. 

Miss Ann Potter, of Tuam. 
(1852.) 

Mrs. Powell, daughter of Cap- 
tain J. Lumsden, of Clova, 
Aberdeenshire. 

Miss Prestwich, sister of Pro- 
fessor Prestwich. F.R.S. 

Mrs. Lenox Prendergast, wife 
of Colonel Lenox Prendergast, 
and daughter of Neil Mal- 
colm. 

Miss Edith Price. 

Mrs. Priestman, of Ben well 
House, Newcastle- on- Tyne. 

Mrs. C. Pritchard. 

Mrs. Pugin, wife of Augustus 
Welby Pugin, the architect 
and reviver of Gothic archi- 
tecture in England 

Mrs. R. Lyndsey Dillon Purcell. 

Mrs. Pybus, and family. 

Miss Maude Pynsent/ daughter 
of the Hon. Mr. Justice Pyn- 
sent, D.C.L. ; now a Bene- 
dictine nun. 

Miss Katie Pynsent, ditto. 

Miss Louisa Radcliffe, of More- 
hampton House, Donnybrook. 

Mrs. Radley, of Lambute 
Grange. 

Mrs. Ram (nee Casamajor), wife 
of Stephen Ram, D.L., of 
Ramsfort, Gorey. 

Mrs. George Dalhousie Ramsey. 

Miss Rassche, of Blandford 
Square, London. 

Mrs. Rawes. 



The Misses Rawes. 

Miss Rawlinson, daughter of 
police magistrate. 

Mrs. T. Rawlinson, wife of 
Thomas Rawlinson, M.A., 
brother of Sir Henry Rawlin- 
son, and family. 

Mrs. Redman, mother of the 
Rev. Dr. Redman, of Brent- 
ford. (18IU.) 

The Misses Redman, her daugh- 
ters, both Sisters of Charity 
of St. Vincent de Paul. (1864.) 

Miss Reynolds, of Rotherham. 

Mrs. Reginald Reynolds. 

Miss Anne Reynolds. 

Mrs. Rhetigan. (1848.) 

Miss Anne Rickets. (1861.) 

Mrs. Riley. 

Miss Riley. 

Miss Rivaz. 

Miss M. Roberts, daughter of 
the late W. Roberts, of Har- 
borne Hall. 

Miss Robertson, formerly an 
Anglican Sister at Clewer 
now a nun. 

Miss Harriet Robinson. 

Miss F. Robinson. 

Miss Rogers, daughter of the 
late Francis Newman Rogers, 
Q.C., Recorder of Exeter. 

Miss Rokeby, of Arthingworth 
Manor, Northamptonshire. 

Miss Neville Rolfe. 

Mrs. Rose. 

Miss Rose. 

Miss Rose, of Edge Hill. Liver- 
pool. 

Miss Rosenthall, a Jewess. 

Mrs. W. A. Ross. 

Miss Rossiter. 

Mrs. Rudge. 

Mrs. H. Rumball, daughter oi 
the late C. Simpson Hanson, 
and wife of Henry Rumball, 
Treasurer to H.B.M. Supreme 
Consular Court at Constanti- 
nople ; and her five children. 

Miss Rusdell, daughter of Sir 



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CONVERTS TO ROME. 



Joseph Husdell, K.C.M.G., of 
the Grenadier Guards. 

Miss Mary Rusdell, ditto. 

Mrs. Ryan, wife of the late Dr. 
Ryan, of the 56th Regiment. 

Mrs. Edward Ryley, niece of 
Dr. Priestley ; and her thi;ee 
sons. 

Miss Ryley, her daughter, now 
a nun. 

Mrs. T. H. Salt, wife of Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel Salt, late of 
the Royal Artilery. (1880.) 

Miss Fanny Samler, daughter of 
the late Major Samler. 

Mrs. W. Sankey, wife of William 
Sankey, M.A., of Trinity 
College, Cambridge ; and her 
two sons. 

Miss Sankey, her daughter. 

Mrs. Sass, wife of Dr. E. E. 
Sass. 

Miss Saunders, of All Saint's, 
Margaret St., W. 

Mrs. Sydney Savory. 

Mrs. Say, wife of Lieutenant 
Thomas Say, of the Bombay 
Army ; and her two sons. 

Miss Say, her daughter. 

Mrs. A. St. John Scally, wife 
of Lieutenant A. St. John 
Scally, and her three sons. 

The Misses Scally, her three 
daughters. 

Mrs. Schenck, of Brighton. 

Mrs. G. Gilbert Scott, wife of 
G. Gilbert Scott, F.S.A., son 
of the late Sir Gilbert Scott ; 
and family. (1880.) 

Miss Scott, late Abbess of Perth 
Protestant Convent. 

Miss Scott. (1850.) 

Miss Sewell. (1840.) 

Miss Fanny A. Seymour, 
daughter of G. E. Seymour, 
of Forest Hill, Windsor. 

Mrs. Shakespeare, wife of 
Colonel Shakespeare, R.E. 

Miss Shakespeare, her daughter. 

Miss Shapter, daughter of Dr. 



Shapter, of Exeter, and sister 

of the Rev. W. Shapter, S. J. 

Now a Poor Clare. (1865.) 
Mrs. Shea, wife of Alexander B. 

Shea, barrister-at-law. 
Mrs. Shelton, wife of Captain 

Shelton. 
The Misses Shepheard, daughters 

of Dr. Shepheard. 
Mrs. Shepherd, wife of Dr. P. 

Shepherd, of Richmond. 
Miss Sherrington, of Bayswater. 
Miss Shipman. Now a nun. 
Mrs. Walter Shirley. 
Miss Emily Y. Sims. (1850.) 
Miss S. A. Sims. (1851.) 
Mrs. Slade, wife of General 

Slade. (1867.) 
Mrs. Sloane, of Villa Medicea, 

Florence . 
Miss F. Smee, sister of the Rev. 

Richard Smee, a Dominican 

lay brother. (1867.) 
Mrs. Rutherford Smith. 
Miss Smith. 
Miss Soames, of Irnham Hall. 

Grantham. 
The Misses Somerville,daughters 

of the celebrated Mrs. Sonier- 

ville. 
Mrs. J. A. Songe, daughter of 

Colonel Haffe, of Wigton- 

shire. 
Miss M. A. Sparks, sister of E 

A. Sparks, barrister-at-law. 
Mrs. John Sparrow. 
Miss Margaret Speid, of For- 

neth. 

Miss Spicer, of Spy Park. Wilts. 
Mrs. Abraham Staley, of Burton- 

on-Trent; and her six children. 
Mrs. Stanfield, wif e of the Royal 

Academician. 
Mrs. G. C. Stanfield. 
Mrs. G. Stanley. 
Miss Stanley, of Paris. 
Mrs. Geoffrey St. Aubyn. 
Mrs. Staunton, wife of Captain 

R. Lynch Staunton, of the 

Galway Militia. 



THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY (LADIES). 



Mrs. Staunton, wife of George 
Lynch Staunton. J.P. and 
D.L. 
Mrs. John Stewart, of Balle- 

chin. 

Miss Murray Stewart. 
Mrs. Stewart, wife of Colonel 
Stewart, of Folkestone, and 
Sister of St. Catherine's 
Anglican Convent, Folke- 
stone. 

Miss Alice Stewart, her daughter. 
Miss Margaret Douglas Stewart, 
daughter of the late Douglas 
Stewart, and granddaughter 
of the late Admiral Sir 
Houston Stewart, G.C.B. 
(1883.) 

Mrs. E. Stillwell, wife of the 
late Edward Stillwell, of the 
War Office. 

Mrs. St. John, wife of Lieu- 
tenant St. Andrew St. John, 
R.N. 

Mrs. Stokes, wife of S. N. 
Stokes, B.A., Scholar of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, 
and Her Majesty's Inspector 
of Schools. (1842.) 
Mrs. Story, wife of Admiral 

Story. 
Miss E. Stotler, of Newcastle- 

on-Tyne. 

Mrs. Charles Strickland. 
Mrs. Stuart. 
Miss Stuart, formerly Anglican 

Sister at Oxford. 
The Superioress, and six Sisters, 
of St. Mary's Protestant 
Priory, Hackney, all now 
Catholic nuns. 
Miss Surtrees, of Hamsterley 

Hall, Durham. (1870.) 
Mrs. J. M. Sweetman. 
The late Miss M. F. Tadman, a 
nun, and Superioress of the 
Convent of Our Lady of 
Mercy, Alderney. 
Mrs. Reginald Talbot, of Rhode 
Hill. 



Mrs. Mary Jane Taylor, of 

Cottles, Wilts. (1874.) 
Mrs. Tebay, wife of Dr. Tebay. 

Mrs. Teevon, wife of Michael 
Teevon, surgeon, of Gloucester 
Terrace, W. 

Mrs. Teevon, wife of John 
Teevon, of Westbourne Ter- 
race, W. 

Miss Temple, daughter of 
Admiral Temple, of Truro. 

Miss Temple, formerly an East 
Grinstead sister. 

Mrs. Edward Temple (nee 
Graham). 

Mrs. John Tharpe. 

Miss Thewles. 

Mrs. Lynal Thomas, daughter 
of the late Captain Marryat, 
R.N., the novelist. 

Miss M. Thomas, a nun. 

Miss F. Thomas, ditto. 

Miss Alicia Thomas, daughter 
of Dr. Thomas, of Horsham. 
(1882.) 

Mrs. Thompson, wife of the late 
T. J. Thompson, of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, and 
mother of Mrs. Butler, painter 
of the a Roll Call," etc. 

Mrs. Thwaites, of Blackburn. 

Mrs. Tijou, wife of Herbert 
Tijou, architect. 

Mrs. Till, wife of F. Till 
solicitor, of Folkestone. 

Mrs. Topham, wife of Dr. Top- 
ham. 

Mrs. Mary Trappes, wife of 
Robert Trappes, of Clitheroe. 

Mrs. Harrington Trevelyan. 

Mrs. Trevelyan, wife of the late 
Colonel Trevelyan, of the 
60th Rifles. 

Miss Ada Trevelyan, her daugh- 
ter., 

Mrs. Trevor, daughter of General 

Trevor, of Plymouth, and wife 

of Brigadier-General William 

Cosmo Trevor, C.B. 

The late Mrs. Trotter, wife of 



CONVERTS TO ROME. 



Charles Trotter, of Woodhill, 
J.P. and D.L. for Perthshire. 

Mrs. William Scott Tucker. 

Mrs. Twycross, of Gorton Lodge, 
Clapham Common, S.W. 

Mrs. Twyman, of Rugely. 

Mrs. Tylee, wife of General 
Tylee. 

Miss Mary Ellen Tylee. (1874.) 

Mrs. Uniacke, wife of the late 
Captain Uniacke, of the Rifle 
Brigade. 

Mrs. Francis Gregor Urquhart. 
(1877.) 

The Misses Urquhart. (1877.) 

Miss Vale, of Great Malvern. 

Miss Yernon, sister of Cecil 
Yernon, late assistant-master 
at St. Joseph's College, Clap- 
ham, S.W. (1870.) 

Miss Vinall, now a Dominican 
nun. 

Miss A. Yinall, formerly Angli- 
can sister at Oxford. 

Mrs. M. Yoyle, wife of General 
Yoyle. 

Mrs. Weston Erskine Wadley. 

Mrs. Walcott, wife of Colonel 
Walcott. 

Mrs. Walford, wife of J. Berry 
Walford, of St. John's Col- 
lege, Cambridge, barrister-at- 
law ; and a son and daughter. 

Miss Walkess. 

Mrs. Wallace, and family. 

Miss Corry Wallace, daughter of 
Colonel Wallace. 

Mrs. Wallenger. 

Mrs. Frederick Goulbourne 
Walpole. 

Miss Caroline Walsh, of Lower 
Wick House, near Worces- 
ter. 

Mrs. Walshe, wife of Captain 
Walshe. 

Miss Nona Warburton. 

Mrs. Ward, wife of the late Dr. 
Ward, M.P. for Galway. 

Miss Mary Ward, of Midford. 
(1856.) 



Mrs. Wardell, wife of W. W. 

Wardell, the architect. 
Miss Wardell, sister of W. W. 

Wardell. 
Mrs. Waring. 
Mrs. Wasteneys, wife of W. 

Wasteneys, Barrister-at-law. 
Mrs. John Birchley Watts. 
.Mrs. .John Watts, of Chester. 
Mrs. Waylen. 
Miss Edith Waylen. 
Miss Elizabeth Waylen. 
Miss H. Weale. 
Miss Wellesley. 
Mrs. Wclman, wife of Charles 

C. Noel Welman, of Norton 

Manor. Taunton. (18f>0.) 
Miss West, sister of J. R. West, 

of Alscot Park. 
Miss Sarah West. (1880.) 
Miss Charlotte Elizabeth West. 

(1881.) 
Miss Elizabeth Anne West. 

(1881.) 
Miss Florence Anne West. 

(1881.) 
Miss Cecilia Georgina West. 

(1881.) 

Miss Ellen Mary West, (1881.) 
Miss Georgina Amelia West. 

(1881.) 

Miss Whalley. 
Miss Rose Agnes White, of 

Midford. (1882.) 
Miss Edith Whitfield. 
Mrs. Wilde, wife of Captain 

Wilde. 
Miss Wildman, daughter of 

Colonel Wildman. 
Miss Williams, formerly an East 

Grinstead sister ; now a nun. 
Mrs. Wilmer, wife of the late 

Lieutenant - Colonel Wilmer, 

of the 8th Hussars. 
Mrs. Wilson, wife of Charles E. 

P. Wilson, of Kelso, N.B. 
Miss Wilson, till lately an Angli- 
can sister at Oxford ; now a 

Dominican nun. 
Miss Windeyer. (1850.) 



THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY (LADIES). 



71 



Mrs. Martha Wingham, of Folke- 
stone. (1876.) 

Miss Agnes Anna Wingham, for- 
merly an Anglican nun. (1874.) 

The Misses Windthrop, daugh- 
ters of Captain Hay Wind- 
throp, R.N. 

Mrs. Withers, wife of T. J. 
Withers, solicitor. 

Miss Wood. (1845.) 

Mrs. Munday Wood. 

Mrs. Woodroffe, wife of F. H. 
Woodroife, Indian District 
Judge. 

Mrs. Woodroffe, wife of J. S. 
Woodroffe, barrister-at-law. 

Mrs. Woolett, of Stratford. 

Mrs. Woolett, wife of George 
Woolett, J.P. 

Mrs. Frances Wootten, wife of 
the late Dr. Wootten, of 
Oxford ; now matron of His 
Eminence Cardinal Newman's 
School at Edgbaston, Bir- 
mingham. 



Mrs. Wordsworth, the lady who 
survived the wreck of the 
Slratlimore. 

Mrs. H. Wordsworth. 

Mrs. Workman, wife of Walter 
Workman, M.A., of Queen's 
College, Oxford. 

Mrs. Wyse, wife of a naval 
officer. 

Miss Yarmouth. 

Miss Yates. (1850.) 

Mrs. Yeatman, wife of John 
Pym Yeatman, M.A., of Em- 
manuel College, Cambridge, 
barrister-at-law and historical 
writer, and family. 

Miss Young. 

Miss E. Young. 

Miss Lillian Younge, daughter 
of the late Major Younge, 
H.E.I.C.S. 

Miss Olive Younge, ditto. 

Mrs. Younger, of Haggerstone 
House. 



RELATIVES OF CLERGYMEN (LADIES). 



Mrs. Alleyne, wife of the Rev. 
Joseph Alleyne, M.A., Oxon ; 
and her two sons. 

Miss Alleyne, her daughter. 

Mrs. Allies, wife of the Rev. T. 
W. Allies, M.A., Fellow of 
Wadham College, Oxford, and 
formerly Chaplain to the Lord 
Bishop of London. (1851.) 

Mrs. Anstice, wife of the late 
Rev. Joseph Anstice, M.A., 
of King's College, London. 

Mrs. Arkwright, wife of the 
Vicar of Latton. 

The Misses Arkwright, her four 
daughters, one a nun. 

Miss Armstrong, daughter of 
the Rev. J. Armstrong, M.A. 

Mrs. Arnott, widow of a clergy- 
man of the English Church. 



The late Mrs. Babington, wife 
of the Rev. Arthur Babing- 
ton, M.A., Rector of Wanlip, 
Leicestershire. (1881.) 

Miss Babington, her daughter. 

Mrs. Bacchus, daughter of the 
late Rev. Professor Gumming, 
M.A., of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, and Rector of 
North Runcton. 

Miss Fanny Barclay, sister of 
the Rev. John Barclay, M. A., 
Hon. Canon of Chester, Rural 
Dean, and Yicar of Runcorn, 
Cheshire. 

Miss Emma Barclay, ditto. 

Miss Bathurst, granddaughter 
of the late Right Rev. Dr. 
Bathurst, Lord Bishop of 
Norwich. (1848.) 



CONVERTS TO ROME. 



Mrs. Beard, wife of the Rev. 
Edward Beard, formerly 
Methodist Minister at Cam- 
bridge. 

Mrs. Bellew, wife of the late 
Rev. J. C. M. Bellew, S.C.L., 
the celebrated elocutionist, of 
St. Mary's Hall, Oxford. 

Mrs. Henry Bethell, daughter 
of the Rev. A. J. Macleam-. 
M.A., editor of "Horace, "etc., 
and first Principal of Brighton 
College. (1861.) 

Mrs. C. J. Bethell, daughter of 
the late Charles J. Manning, 
brother of His Eminence 
Cardinal Manning, Archbishop 
of Westminster. (1850.) 

Mrs. Bleckley, wife of a clergy- 
man ; and her children. 

Mrs. Bliss, wife of the Rev. W. 
Bliss, M.A. 

Mrs. Blunt, wife of General 
Blunt, and sister-in-law of 
the Vicar of Old Windsor. 

Miss N. G. Blunt, niece of the 
Rev. E. G. Kirwan Browne, 
formerly curate of Bawdsey, 
Suffolk. 

Mrs. Blyth, wife of the Rev. 
Frederic Cavan Blyth, M.A.. 
curate of Kew-with-Petesham, 
and Chaplain of the Richmond 
Workhouse, Surrey. 

Mrs. Clare Boulderson, wife of 
Captain Joseph Boulderson, 
and daughter of the late Rev. 
J. C. M. Bellew, S.C.L. 

Mrs. Boyce, wife of the Rev. W. 
Boyce, M.A., of Cheltenham 
College. 

Miss Alice Boynton, daughter 
of the Rev. Griffith Boynton, 
M.A., Rector of Bramiston, 
Yorkshire. 

Mrs. Brady, wife of the Rev. 
William Maziere Brady, D.D., 
formerly Chaplain to the 
Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland. 
(1865.) 



Mrs. Andrew Brown, cousin of 
the late Bishop Forbes. 

The late Mrs. Browne, wife of 
Major Browne, and mother of 
the Rev. E. G. Kerwan 
Browne, late curate of Bawd- 
sey, Suffolk. (1840.) 

Mrs. Burrows, great grand- 
daughter of the late Most 
Rev. Lord Decies, D.D., Arch- 
bishop of Tuam. 

Miss Ives Butcher, fourth daugh- 
ter of the late Lieutenant- 
Colonel Butcher, H.E.I.C.S., 
cousin of the late Bishop of 
Meath, and of the Provost of 
King's College, Cambridge ; a 
Congregationalist, now a nun 
at Bristol. 

Miss Carnsew, sister-in-law of 
the Yery Rev. Benjamin 
Morgan Cowie, B.D., Dean of 
Manchester. 

Miss Carrington, daughter of a 
clergyman. 

The late Mrs. Cavendish, wife 
of the Rev. C. W. Cavendish, 
M.A., of Trinity College, 
Oxford, formerly Rector of 
Little Casterton. (1850.) 

Miss Laura Chesshire, daughter 
of a clergyman. 

Mrs. Chirol, wife of the Rev. 
Thomas A. A. Chirol, second 
master of St. Chad's College, 
Denstone, Derbyshire. 

Miss Julia Christian, daughter 
of the Rev. W. B. Christian, 
of Milntown, Ramsay, Isle of 
Man ; now a nun. 

.Mrs. Clarke, wife of the Rev. 
Prebendary Clarke, of Taun- 
ton, Somersetshire. (1*77.) 

Miss Elsie Clarke, her daughter. 
(1881.) 

Mrs. Codd, wife of the Rev. E. 
Thornton Codd, M.A., Yicar 
of Bishop Thackbrook, War- 
wickshire. 

The late Mrs. Coghlan, wife of 



RELATIVES OF CLERGYMEN (LADIES). 



the late Rev. T. Lloyd Cogh- 
lan, B.A., of Trinity College, 
Dublin, and formerly senior 
Rector of Mourne Abbey, 
Cork. 

Miss Coghlan, her daughter. 

Miss Con-way, daughter of a 
clergyman. 

Miss Conyers, a clergyman's 
daughter, and till lately supe- 
rioress of St. Agnes's Home, 
Torquay. 

Miss Courtney, sister of the Pro- 
testant Bishop of Jamaica. 

Mrs. Coventry, wife of the Rev. 
John Coventry, M.A., of 
Magdalen Hall, Oxford, 
grandson of the Earl of 
Coventry, and formerly Rector 
of Tywardreath. 

The late Mrs. Dayman, wife of 
the late Rev. Charles Dayman, 
Vicar of Great Tew, Oxford, 
and formerly curate of St. 
James's, Dover. 

The late Miss Helen Mont joy 
Dayman, eldest daughter of 
the above. 

Miss Flavia Dayman. 

Mrs. Dayman, wife of the Rev. 

A. J. Dayman, M.A., Rector 
of Shillingstone, and son of 
the late Rev. Charles Dayman, 
Vicar of Great Tew, Oxford. 

Mrs. Deacon, great granddaugh- 
ter of the late Most Rev. Lord 
Decies, Archbishop of Tuam. 

Mrs. Deane, wife of the Rev. E. 

B. Deane, D.C.L., Fellow of 
All Souls College, Oxford, and 
formerly Rector of Lewknor. 
(1855.) 

Mrs. De Burgh, wife the Rev. 
R. L. De Burgh, M.A., till 
lately Vicar of West Drayton. 

Mrs. Dewar, wife of the Rev. 
D. Erskine Dewar, B.C.L., 
Fellow of New College, Ox- 
ford, and till lately Rector of 
Friesthorpe. (1878.) 



The Misses Douglass, sisters of 
the Rev. Canon Douglass, for- 
merly Anglican curate, now a 
priest at St. Barnabas' Cathe- 
dral, Nottingham. (1868.) 

Mrs. Duff, wife of Dr. Groves 
Duff, of Edinburgh, son of 
the late Rev. Dr. Duff, of 
Calcutta ; and family. (1880.) 

Miss Earle, daughter of the Rev. 
Henry J. Earle, B.A., Rector 
of High Ongar, Essex. 

Mrs. Eland, widow of the Rev. 
H. G. Eland, M.A., Vicar 
of Bedminster, Somerset. 
(1884.) 

Mrs. Elwell, wife of a clergy- 
man. 

Mrs. Fagge, wife of the Rev. J. 
F. Fagge, B.A., late Vicar of 
Aston-Cantlow, and brother 
of the late Rev. Sir John 
Fagge, Bart. ; and family. 
(1877.) 

Miss Mary Fagge, her daughter, 
now a nun. (1877.) 

Miss Fane, daughter of the Rev. 
Prebendary Fane. 

Mrs. Fish, wife of the Rev. J. 
Leonard Fish, M.A., Rector 
of St. Gabriel Fenchurch with 
St. Margaret Pattens, London, 
E.G. ; and family. (1880.) 

Mrs. Fitzgerald, wife of the Rev. 
John Fitzgerald, Vicar of 
Camden Town. 

Miss Forbes, daughter of the 
Rev. W. Forbes, late Rector 
of Manchester, Jamaica. 
(1878.) 

Miss R. Forbes, ditto. (1878.) 

Mrs. Forster, wife of the Rev. 
C. J. P. Forster, M.A., of Oriel 
College, Oxford, and formerly 
curate of Stoke Abbas. 

Miss Amy Fowler, daughter of 
the Rev. W. F. Fowler, Chap- 
lain of Bath Union. (1880.) 

Mrs. Freeman, wife of the Rev. 
W. G. Freeman, of Plymouth. 



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Mrs. Gallon, wife of the Rev. 
J. L. Gal ton, M.A., Rector of 
St. Sid well's, Exeter. 

Miss Garside, sister of the late 
Rev. C. B. Garside, M.A., of 
Brasenose College, Oxford, at 
one time curate of All Saints, 
Margaret Street, W., and then 
a priest of the Brompton 
Oratory. (1850.) 

Mrs. Goldstone, wife of the 
Rev. William Goldstone, late 
curate of St. Michael's, Wake- 
field.; 

"Mrs. Grant, wife of a clergy- 
man. 

Mrs. Grantham, wife of the Rev. 
Thomas Henry Grantham, 
formerly curate of Slinfold, 
Sussex. 

Miss Gream, daughter of the 
Rector of Rotherfield. 

Miss Hilda Gream, daughter of 
the Rev. Nevill Gream, one of 
Her Majesty's Inspectors of 
Schools. 

Mrs. Green, wife of the Rev. 
Andrew Green, M.A., of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, 
and till lately carate of St. 
Paul's, Oxford. 

Mrs. Gruggen, wife of the Vicar 
of Pocklington. 

Mrs. Hall, wife of Charles Hall, 
of Liverpool, son of the late 
Rev. Charles Hall, of Wade- 
bridge, Cornwall (1851.) 

Miss Hammond, granddaughter 
of the late Protestant Arch- 
bishop of Tuam. 

Mrs. Hare, sister-in-law of the 
Venerable Archdeacon Hare, 
and daughter of Sir J. D. 
Paul, Bart. 

Mrs. Harper, wife of the Rev. 
Samuel B. Harper, M.A., of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, 
formerly Rector of St. 
Ninian's, Perth. (1851.) 

Mrs. Ha ward, wife of Dr. 



Ha ward, and daughter of the 
Very Rev. Dean of Lichfield. 

Mrs. Hawker, wife of the late 
Rev. Robert Stephen Hawker, 
M.A., of Magdalen Hall, 
Oxford, and formerly Vicar 
of Moorwinstow, Cornwall. 
(1875). 

Miss Hayne, daughter of a 
clergyman. 

Mrs. Heathcote, w r ife of the late 
Rev. W. B. Heathcote, M.A., 
Fellow of New College, Ox- 
ford, and Precentor of Salis- 
bury Cathedral. 

Miss Georgina Dora Hill, of 
Thomastown, County Kil- 
kenny, grandniece of the late 
Rev. James C. Connolly, 
Chaplain to the Woolwich 
Dockyard. (1874.) 

Miss Margaret Hinson, daughter 
of the late Vicar of Hor- 
ton. 

Mrs. Home, wife of the Rev. 
E. Home, M.A., of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, and for- 
merly Vicar of St. Lawrence, 
Southampton. 

The Misses Home, her daugh- 
ters ; both nuns. 

Mrs. Howell, wife of the Rev. 
Russell Howell, M.A., of 
Christ Church, Oxford, and 
till lately Vicar of St. Veep, 
Cornwall. 

Mrs. Hunnybun, wife of the 
Rev. W. M. Hunnybun, M.A., 
Fellow of Caius College, Cam- 
bridge, and former Vicar of 
Bickernoller. 

Mrs. Hutchison, wife of the 
Rev. W. J. M. Hutchison, 
S.C.L. of St. Mary's Hall, 
Oxford, and formerly curate 
of St. Endellion, Cornwall. 
(1851.) 

Miss Hutchison, daughter of the 
Rector of Checkley. 

Miss Jackson, daughter of the 



RELATIVES OF CLERGYMEN (LADIES). 



75 



Rev. Canon Jackson ; now a 
nun. 

Mrs. Jerrard, wife of the Rev. 
J. H. Jerrard, D.C.L., Fellow 
of Caius College, Cambridge, 
and Fellow and Examiner of 
the London University, and 
formerly Principal of Bristol 
College. (1851.) 

Miss Jerrard, her daughter. 
(1851.) 

Mrs. Kynaston, wife of the Rev. 
J. Kynaston, of Trinity Col- 
lege, Cambridge, and daughter 
of the late John Peel, M.P. 
for Tamworth. (1853.) 

Mrs. Laprimandaye, wife of the 
Rev. C. J. Laprimandaye, 
M.A., of St. John's College, 
Oxford, and formerly rector, 
Lavington. (1850.) 

The late Mrs. Latham, wife of 
Mr. Justice Latham, of Bom- 
bay ; daughter of the late 
Rev. G. E. Hutchinson, M.A., 
Canon of Chichester, and 
niece of the Right Rev. Dr. 
Moberley, Lord Bishop of 
Salisbury. 

Mrs. Lee, wife of the Rev. Dr. 
F. G. Lee, Vicar of AU Saints, 
Lambeth, S.E. (1881.) 

Mrs. Linklater, wife of the Rev. 
Robert Linklater, M.A., curate 
of St. Peter's, London Docks 
and St. George's-in- the -East. 

Mrs. Little, wife of the Rev. 
Sidney Hamilton Little, B.A., 
of Exeter College, Oxford, 
late curate of St. Peter's, 
Bournemouth, and brother of 
the Rev. Canon Knox Little, 
the noted preacher. (1881.) 

Mrs. Lord, wife of the Rev. 
Frederick Bayley Lord, M.A., 
of St. John's College, Oxford, 
and late Rector of Farm- 
borough, near Bath. (1877.) 

Mrs. Lyall, wife of the Rev. 
William H. Lyall, M.A., of 



St. Mary's Hall, Oxford, and 
till lately Rector of St. Dionis, 
Backchurch, City of London. 
(1852.) 

Mrs. Mackinnon, daughter of the 
Rev. W. Forbes, late Rector 
of Manchester, Jamaica, and 
wife of the Rev. Campbell 
Mackinnon, B.A., of Queen's 
College, Oxford, and late in- 
cumbent of Port Royal, 
Jamaica, and late Chaplain to 
the British Residency in Lima, 
Peru ; and family. (1878.) 

Miss Wykeham Martin, daughter 
of the Rev. R. Martin, of 
Leeds, Kent. 

Miss Alice Wykeham Martin, 
ditto. 

Miss Mathews, daughter of a 
clergyman. 

Mrs. Mayo, wife of the Rev. 
Arthur Mayo, B.A., Victoria 
Cross. 

Miss McGee, daughter of the 
Chaplain at Gibraltar ; now a 
nun. 

The late Mrs. McLaurin, wife 
of the very Rev. W. C. A. 
McLaurin, formerly Dean of 
Ross and Moray. 

The late Miss Y. McLaurin, her 
daughter ; a Franciscan nun. 

Mrs. Merewether, wife of the 
Dean of Hereford. 

The Misses Merewether, her 
daughters. 

Mrs. Metcalfe, wife of John 
Henry Metcalfe, son of Cap- 
tain Metcalfe, and grandson 
of the Rector of Kirkbride, 
Cumberland. 

Mrs. Mills, wife of a Cornish 
clergyman. 

Mrs. Gordon Milne, wife of the 
late incumbent of St. James's, 
Cupar, Fife, KB. (1864.) 

Mrs. Monro, wife of the Rev. 
W. C. Monro, of King's Col- 
lege, London, and formerly 



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curate of St. Paul's, Knights- 
bridge ; and her two children. 

Mrs. Moody, wife of the Rev, 
Robert Sadleir Moody, M.A., 
of Christ Church, Oxford, and 
late curate of Aston. (1855.) 

Mrs. Nash, wife of the Rev. . 
H. Nash, M.A., formerly 
curate of All Saints, Oxford, 
and sou of Rev. Dr. Nash. 

Mrs. New, wife of the Rev. F. 
T. New, M.A., of St. John's 
College, Oxford, and formerly 
curate of Christ Church, St. 
Paucras ; cousin of the late 
Lord Bishop of Lichfield 
(Dr. Solwyn) and of the late 
Lord Justice Selwyn. (1847.) 

Mrs. Newdegate, wife of the 
Rev. Alfred Newdegate, 31. A., 
of Christ Church, Oxford, 
cousin of Charles Newdigate 
Newdegate, M.P. for North 
Warwickshire, and till lately 
Yicar of Kirk Hallam ; and 
family. (1875.) 

The late Miss Northcote, daugh- 
ter of the Rev. S. Northcote ; 
a nun. 

Mrs. 0' Conor, wife of the late 
Denis O'Conor, M.P. for 
Sligo, brother of The O'Conor 
Don ; and daughter of the 
Rev. W. Kevill-Davies. of 
Croft Castle, Herts. 

Mrs. O'Mahoney, wife of W. 
O'Mahoney, daughter of 
Colonel Peisley L'Estrange, 
and sister-in-law of the Most 
Rev. Marcus Beresford, Pro- 
testant Archbishop of Armagh 
and Primate of Ireland. 

Mrs. Owen, wife of the Rev. 
Canon Owen. 

Mrs. Parsons, wife of the Rev. 
D. Parsons. M.A. ; authoress. 

The Misses Perceval, daughters 
of a clergyman ; one a nun. 

Mrs. Lucy Phillips, wife of the 
Rev. G. P. Phillips, and sister 



of the Very Rev. Dr. Yaughan^ 
Master of the Temple and 
Dean of Llandaff. 

Miss Gertrude Phillips, her 
daughter ; now a nun. 

Miss Phillpots, niece of the late 
Right Rev. Dr. Phillpots, Lord 
Bishop of Exeter. 

Miss Clara Phillpots, the Bishop's 
granddaughter. 

Mrs. Pollen, wife of the Rev. 
J. Hungerford Pollen, M.A., 
Fellow of Exeter College, 
Oxford, and brother of the 
Baronet. (185^.) 

Mrs. R. V. Pope, niece of 
the Dean of Llandaff (Dr. 
Yaughau). 

Miss Pope, sister of the Rev. 
W. Pope, B.A. (1856.) 

Miss L. Pope, ditto. (1856.) 

Miss S. Pope, ditto. (1856.) 

Miss Pritchard, daughter of the 
Rev. Professor Pritchard ; 
now a nun. 

Mrs. Pye, wife of the Rev. J. 
H. Pye, M.A., of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, formerly 
Rector of Clifton Campville ; 
daughter of the late Right 
Rev. Dr. Wilberforce, Lord 
Bishop of Winchester. 

Mrs. Randolph, wife of the 
Rev. E. Randolph, M.A., of 
Jesus College, Cambridge, 
and formerly Yicar of St. 
Clements, Cambridge ; and 
family. (1857.) 

Mrs. Raymond- Barker, wife of 
nephew of the late Rev. Dr. 
Pusey, authoress of " Life of 
Countess Adelstan," "Science 
and Faith," etc. 

Mrs. Compton Reade, wife of 
the Rev. Compton Reade, 
M.A., formerly Chaplain of 
Magdalen College, Oxford ; 
now Rector of Elton, Stock- 
ton-ou-Tees, and nephew of 
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RELATIVES OF CLERGYMEN" (LADIES). 



celebrated novelist and dra- 
matic author. 

Miss Mary Reade, niece of the 
late Charles Reade. 

Miss Reay, sister-in-law of the 
Rector of Raithby, Lincoln- 
shire. 

Miss Redding, niece of the late 
Right Rev. Dr. Wilberforce, 
Lord Bishop of Winchester. 

Mrs. Remington, wife of the 
Rev. F. Remington, B.A., of 
Magdalen College, Cambridge, 
and late Rector of Kirkley, 
Suffolk. 

Miss Remington, sister of the 
Rev. F. Remington, B.A. 

Mrs. Rice, wife of the Rev. 
Howard Rice, M.A., Vicar of 
Sutton- Courtney. 

The Misses Rodwell, daughters 
of the Rector of St. Ethel- 
burgha's ; one of them a Car- 
melite nun. 

Mrs. Routh, wife of the Rector 
of Tilehurst. 

Mrs. Ryder, daughter of the 
late Rev. J. Sargent, M.A., of 
Lavington, wife of the Rev. 
George Dudley Ryder, M.A., 
of Oriel College, Oxford, and 
formerly Rector of Euston, 
Hants ; son of the late Hon. 
and Right Rev. Dr. Ryder, 
Lord Bishop of Lichfield, and 
grandson of the Earl of 
Harrowby. (1840.) 

Miss Sophia Ryder, daughter of 
the late Hon. and Right Rev. 
Dr. Ryder, Lord Bishop of 
Lichfield ; a nun, and supe 
rioress of a convent. (184(1.) 

Mrs. Sandys, wife of the Rev. 
G. Sandys, M.A. 

Miss Sandys, his sister. 

Mrs. Sconce, wife of the Rev. 
Robert K. Sconce, B.A., of 
Brasenose College, Oxford, 
and late curate of St. An- 
drew's, Sydney, Australia. 



Mrs. Seager, wife of the late 
Rev. Professor Charles Seager, 
M.A., of Worcester College, 
Oxford ; and family. (1843.) 

Miss Seally, granddaughter of 
the late Rev. John Seally, 
LL.D., Vicar of East Mecon, 
Herts. 

Mrs. Shapcote, wife of the Rev. 
Edward Gifford Shapcote, 
B.A., of Corpus Christi Col- 
lege, Cambridge, and at one 
time curate of St. George's- 
in-the-East. (1868.) 

Mrs. Orby Shipley, wife of the 
Rev. Orby Shipley, M.A., of 
Jesus College, Cambridge : 
author. (1878.) 

Miss Frances Sidebottom, daugh- 
ter of a clergyman. 

Mrs. Simpson (nee Granmer), 
wife of the Rev. R. Simpson, 
M.A., Vicar of Mitcham. 
(1849.) 

Miss Emily Simpson, a nun. 

Miss Smith, daughter of an 
Essex vicar. 

Mrs. J. Span, sister of the Rev. 
W. T. Du Boulay, M.A., 
Vicar of St. Mary Boltons, 
West Brompton. (1881.) 

Mrs. Hanson Sperling, wife of 
the Rev. J. Hanson Sperling, 
M.A., formerly Rector of 
Westbourne, Sussex ; and 
family. 

Mrs. E. Staltiam, daughter of 
the Rev. W. Forbes, late 
Rector of Manchester, Ja- 
maica. (1881.) 

Rev. Mother Stanislaus (nee. 
Murphy), widow of an Irish 
clergyman, and superioress- of 
the convent at Gibraltar. 

The late Miss Mary Stanley, 
eldest daughter of the late 
Right Rev. Dr. Stanley, Lord 
Bishop of Norwich, arid sister 
of the late Dean Stanley ; she 
established a Military Hos- 



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pital at Koulalee during the 
Crimean War ; authoress of 
" Flower Missions," " True in 
Life," etc. (185G.) 
Miss Statter, daughter of the 

Yicar of Worminghall. 
Miss Stewart, daughter of the 
Rev. J. A. Stewart, M.A., Rec- 
tor of Tange, Essex. (1849.) 
Mrs. S. N. Stokes, wife of the 

Rev. S. N. Stokes, B.A. 
Miss Janet Stuart, daughter of 
the Hon. and Rev. A. Stuart, 
M.A., Rector of Cottesmore, 
Rutland. (1870.) 
Mrs. Tayler, wife of the late- 
Rector of St. Matthias, Stoke 
Newington. (1S4;>.) 
Mrs. Thomas, wife of the Rev. 
D. Thomas, M.A., an Anglican 
clergyman. 

Mrs. E. Healy Thompson, wife 
of the Rev. E. Healy Thomp- 
son, M.A., formerly curate of 
St. James's, Piccadilly, W. 
(184G.) 

The late Mrs. Gordon Thomp- 
son, wife of the Rev. Gordon 
Thompson, M.A., of Sidney 
Sussex College, Cambridge, 
and late curate of Christ 
Church, St. Pancras. (1875.) 
Mrs. Thornhill, wife of the 
"Venerable Archdeacon Thorn- 
hill. (1881.) 

Mrs. Todd, daughter of the 
Rev. R. Hoare, B.A., and 
wife of the late E. Todd, 
Member of a Colonial Parlia- 
ment. 

Miss Townsend, daughter of an 
Anglican clergyman. (1843.) 
Mrs. Trevelyan, wife of the 
Rev. Edwin Trevelyan, M.A., 
of St. John's College, Cam- 
bridge, and formerly Rector 
of Cannock ; sister of the late 
Rev. J. Riddell, M.A., Fellow 
and Tutor of Balliol College, 
Oxford ; and family. (1872.) 



Mrs. Turner, wife of the Rev. 
Charles Turner, M.A., late of 
Hanwell Park, W. 
Mrs. Vansittart, wife of the 
Rev. C. Yansittart, M.A., and 
family. 

Mrs. Yentris, wife of an Angli- 
can clergyman. 

The Misses Yentris, her daugh- 
ters. 

Mrs. Wait, daughter of the late 

Rev. J. C. M. Bellew, S.C.L., 

of St. Mary's Hall, Oxford, 

the celebrated elocutionist. 

Mrs. Walford, of Hatfield Place, 

near Chelmsford, daughter of 

the Rev. Henry Hutton, D.D. 

Mrs. Ward, wife of the late 

W. G. Ward, M.A., of Balliol 

College, Oxford, late editor of 

the Dublin Rer'tcw. (1845.) 

Mrs. Ward, wife of the Yicar of 

St. Raphael's, Bristol. 
Mrs. F. R. Ward, sister iu-law 
of the Rev. R. Ward, M.A., 
late Yicar of St. Saviour's, 
Leeds. 

The Misses Ward, daughters of 
the Hon. and Rev. H. Ward, 
of Killinchy, County Down. 
Mrs. Warner, daughter of an 

Anglican clergyman. 
Mrs. M. Watts-Russell, wife of 
the Rev. Michael Watts- 
Russell, M.A., formerly Yicar 
of Benefield. (1845.) 
The Misses Watts-Russell, her 

daughters. (1845.) 
Mrs. David P. Watts-Russell, 
sister-in-law of the Rev. M. 
Watts - Russell, M.A., late 
Yicar of Benefield. (1845.) 
Mrs. Webber, wife of the Rev. 
Sub-Dean of St. Paul's Cathe- 
dral, E.C. (1878.) 
Mrs. Weguelin, wife of the Rev. 
W. A. Weguelin, M.A., Yicar 
of South Stoke. 

Mrs. Whish, wife of the Rsv. 
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Mrs. Trevor White, wife of a 
clergyman, sister-in-law of the 
Very Rev. Dean of Jersey, and 
aunt of Mrs. Langtry. 

The late Mrs. W. Wilberforce, 
daughter of John Owen, 
founder of the Bible Society. 
(1850.) 

Mrs. H. Wilberforce. (1850.) 

Mrs. Wilkinson, wife of the 
Rev. J. B. Wilkinson, of 
Lavender Hill, S.W. 

Miss Rita Frances Williams, 
granddaughter of the Rev. 
W. H. Williams, late of 
Wolverhampton. 

Miss Williams, daughter of the 
Rector of Bodwy - ddellan, 
North Wales. 

Miss Isabel Willis, sister of the 
Rector of Bassingham Lin- 
coln. (1880.) 



The late Mrs. Winchester, wife 
of the Rev. W. Winchester, 
M.A., of Christ Church, Ox- 
ford ; and sister-in-law of 
Lord Torrington. 

Mrs. Wood, wife of the Rev. 
Canon Wood, of Canterbury. 

The late Miss Wood, her daugh 
ter. 

The Misses Woolley, daughters 
of an Anglican clergyman. 

Mrs. Wordsworth, wife of the 
Rev. C. F. Wordsworth, B. A., 
of Magdalen Hall, Oxford, and 
formerly Domestic Chaplain 
to the late Marchioness of 
Bath. (1850.) 

Mrs. Worsley Worswick, daugh- 
ter of the Rev. R. Stephens, 
B.D., Vicar of Belgrave-cum- 
Bristall. 



LIST OF A FEW FOREIGN CONVERTS. 
AMERICA, 



Henry Anderson, LL.D., Pro- 
fessor of Mathematics and 
Astronomy in Columbia 
College, New York. 

The late Rev. Father Francis 
Baker, a priest of the Paulist 
Community, New York. 

The late Most Rev. Dr. Bayley, 
Primate and Archbishop of 
Baltimore. 

The Right Rev. Dr. Becker, 
Bishop of Wilmington. 

Chandler Berrian, son of the 
Rev. Dr. Berrian, Episcopalian 
Minister and Rector of St. 
John's, New York. 

William H. Bissell, Governor of 
Illinois. (1854.) 

Mr. Blake, the banker. 

The late Rev. Algernon S. 
Brown, a priest of the Paulist 
Community, New York. 



The late Rev. Lewis G. Brown, 
ditto. 

The late Orestes A. Brownson, 
LL.D., the distinguished re- 
viewer, whom Lord Brougham 
styled " the master-mind of 
America." 

Rev. J. Caldwell, of San Fran- 
cisco, an Episcopalian ; now a 
priest. 

The Very Rev. Charles Ignatius 
Hardman Carter, of Ken- 
tucky, now Vicar-General of 
the Arch-diocese of Phila- 
delphia. (1822.) 

Hon. Joseph R. Chandler, mem- 
ber of Congress, United States 
Minister to Naples, formerly 
a prominent Freemason of 
Philadelphia. (1850.) 

Thomas Chase, of Detroit, an 
Episcopalian. 



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E. Chitty, of Jamaica. (1847.) 

Rev. James Clark, of George- 
town College, a priest and 
Army Chaplain. 

J. Colville. 

The late Rev. Mr. Cooper, of 
Virginia, a priest. (1807.) 

Charles C. Copeland. 

Rev. Thomas J. Curd, a Metho- 
dist ; now a priest and Army 
Chaplain. 

Rev. George Dishon, of Xew 
London, Conn., a priest and 
Army Chaplain. 

Rev. George H. Doane, son of 
the Right Rev. Bishop Doane, 
of the Protestant Episcopal 
Church ; a priest, Vicar- 
General, and Prelate of the 
Papal Household, Newark, 
Xew Jersey. (18f)f>.) 

Professor Oswald Dorsay. 

The late Stephen Douglas, 
statesman. 

Rev. W. J. Dyer, an Episco- 
palian ; now a priest. 

The late Most Rev. Dr. Eccles- 
ton, Primate and Archbishop 
of Baltimore. 

Xicholason Elbert, of Detroit, 
an Episcopalian. 

Rev. Walter Elliot, a priest of 
th Paulist Community, Xew 
York. 

Hon. Thomas Ewing, Senator 
from Ohio, and for some time 
Secretary of the United States 
Treasury. 

( harles M. Fiillng. 

Hon. Thomas B. Florence, of 
Philadelphia, member of the 
United States House of Re- 
presentatives. 

The Right Rev. Dr. Gilmour, 
Bishop of Cleveland. 

Rev. A. Grainger, of Fort 
Wayne, a priest. 

The late Horace Greeley. 

John R. G. Hassard, of Xew 
York, journalist and author. 



Rev. J. J. Hecker, a priest of 
the Paulist Community at 
Xew York ; author. 

Rev. Thomas Henry, a priest. 

Rev. A. F. Hewitt, a priest of 
the Paulist Community at 
Xew York. 

Rev. F. Hoyt, son of the Rev. 
W. H. Hoyt, Episcopalian, 
Rector at Vermont ; a priest. 

Rev. David Hudson, O.S.C., of 
Xotre Dame, Indiana. 

The late Dr. Jedediah Vincent 
Huntington, author of k ' Rose- 
mary," and other works. 

Dr. Joshua Huntington, author 
of " Gropings after Truth," etc. 

Robert Irwin, of Springfield, 
Illinois. 

Charles Taylor Jones, a Metho- 
dist. 

Xathaniel S. Jones, ditto. 

Gregory B. Keen, of Philadel- 
phia. 

The late " Crow King," one of 
the prominent leaders of the 
Sioux Tribe. (1884.) 

William C. Kinney. 

Mr. Lay, son of the Episcopal 
Bishop of Maryland. 

Governor Thomas Sims Lee, of 
Maryland. 

Vanbrugh Livingston, at one 
time United States Minister 
to Russia ; an Episcopalian, 
author of controversial works. 

Hon. Henry May, one of the 
leaders of his party in the 
United States House of Re- 
presentatives. 

Rev. Donald McLeod, now a 
priest. 

James McMaster, a Presbyte- 
rian, of Pennsylvania, editor 
of the Xew York Frcci/nm'* 
Journal, for twenty -five years 
the leading Catholic news- 
paper in the United States. 

Rev. Father Meathe, of Detroit, 
Michigan. 



LIST OF A FEW FOREIGN CONVERTS. AMERICA. 81 



Theodore Metcalf, son of the 
Hon. Judge Metcalf, of Bos- 
ton. 

Professor George H. Miles. 

Lewis Mills, of Cincinnati. 

Rev. Lewis Wentworth Monk, 
sou of the Hon. Cornwallis 
Monk, Justice of Appeal for 
Lower Canada ; a priest at 
Rome. 

Rev. F. Monroe, of Virginia, 
near relative of President 
Monroe ; a Jesuit in New 
York. 

Rev. A. R. Nemis, a priest of 
the Paulist Community at 
New York. 

Rev. George Peshin, a priest of 
the Paulist Community at 
New York. 

Alfred Peterson, of Philadel- 
phia. 

Lawrence Rathbone, stepson of 
the Hon. Judge Harris, United 
States Senator. 

Rev. Thomas V. Robinson, a 
priest of the Paulist Commu- 
nity at New York. 

Rev. Henry Robinson, descen- 

dant of the first minister 

settled in the Boston Colony ; 

now a priest at Uxbridge, 

Mass. 

The late Right Rev. Dr. S. H. 
Rosecrans, Bishop of Colum- 
bia ; formerly a Methodist. 

Henry Rosecrans. 

Rev. A. A. Ryan, "the Poet 
Priest." 

Rev. George M. Seale, a distin- 
guished mathematician and 
astronomer ; a priest of the 
Paulist Community at New 
York. 

Rev. M. Settle, a priest. 

Rev. W. J. Simmons, a priest of 
the Paulist Community at 
New York. 

J. Wesley Smith. 



The late Thaddeus Stevens 
Statesman. 

Rev. J. Stobinger, a priest. 

Rev. James Kent Stone, late Pre- 
sident of Hobart and Kenyon 
College ; now a priest of "the 
Paulist Community. 

James Temple, of Montgomery. 

Henry Adams Thayer, of Cam- 
bridge, Mass. (1883.) 

The late Rev. Robert Tillston, 
a priest of the Paulist Com- 
munity at New York. 

Mr. Tracey. 

The late Right Rev. Dr. Tyler, 
Bishop of Hartford. 

James A. Van Dyke, of Detroit. 

The Right Rev. Dr. E, P. Wad- 
hams, an Episcopalian ; now 
Bishop of Ogdenburg. 

Walker, the celebrated lexico- 
grapher. 

Rev. Clarence Walworth, son of 
the late Chancellor Walworth, 
of New York ; a priest. 

The late Most Rev. Dr. Whit- 
field, Primate and Archbishop 
of Baltimore. 

Very Rev. F. Wilson, an Epis- 
copalian ; a Dominican priest 
and Superior of his Order in 
Ohio. 

The late Most Rev. Dr. Wood, 
Archbishop of Philadelphia. 
(1836.) 

Rev. Clarence S. Woodman, a 
priest of the Paulist Commu- 
nity at New York. 

Lewis Worthington, of Cincin- 
nati. 

Rev. H . M. Wyman, a priest. 

The late Right Rev. Dr. J. M. 
Young, a Unitarian ; Bishop 
of Erie. 

Rev. Alfred Young, a priest of 
the Paulist Community at 
New York. 



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THE ARMY AND NAVY. 

General D. W. Clarke, of Ver- 
mont. 
General Foster, of United States 

Engineers. 

General Graham, U.S.A. 
General D. Harden, U.S.A. 
General M. D. Hardin, U.S.A. 
General James A. Hardy, U.S.A. 
General Judson Kilpatrick, 

United States Minister to 

Chili. (1882.) 
General J. Newton (who blew 

up " Hell Gate "). 
General Edward 0. C. Ord, 

U.S.A., who distinguished 

himself during the late Civil 

War. 

General Pike, U.S.A. 
General Joseph Warren Revere, 

of Boston, grandson of Paul 

Revere, of Revolutionary 

fame, and of General Joseph 

Warren, who was killed at 

battle of Bunker Hill. 

(1851.) 
General W. S. Rosecrans, U.S.A., 

relative of the late Right Rev. 

Dr. S. H. Rosecrans, Bishop 

of Columbia. 

General E. P. Scammon, U.S.A. 
General K. Smith, U.S.A., of 

Tarry town. 
General George Smith, U.S.A., 

of Chicago. 

General Stanley, U.S.A. 
General Henry Wayne, U.S.A. 
General Amiel W. Whipple, 

U.S.A., who distinguished 

himself during the late Civil 

War. 
Colonel James Madison Cutts, 

nephew of President James 

Madison. 

Colonel J. P. Garesche, U.S.A. 
Colonel L. Morton Montgomery, 

U.S.A. 

Captain Gerdes, United States 
Geographic Corps. 



Captain Tucker, of Burlington, 
Vermont. 

Admiral Sands, U.S.N., of Vir- 
ginia. 

Captain J. W. Ward. U.S.N., 
naval author. 



THE MEDICAL PRO- 
FESSION. 

Dr. John D. Bryant, of Phila- 
delphia, author. 

Dr. Nicholas Francis Cooke. 

Dr. Emmet, of New York, 
grandson of Thomas Addis 
Emmet, the Irish Patriot. 

Dr. Keyes. 

Dr. William A. Meriwether, 
now a priest in the Diocese of 
Charlestown. 

Dr. Nichols. 

Dr. Addison Niles, of Quiucy, 
Illinois. 

Dr. Russ, a distinguished savant 
and author, of New Mexico. 
(1884.) 

Dr. W. H. Van Buren, Profes- 
sor of Surgery, and leading 
surgeon in the United States ; 
nephew of Ex-President John 
Van Buren. 

THE LEGAL PROFESSION. 

Hon. Judge Burnet, of Ohio : 
author. 

Hon. Judge Dent, of Washing- 
ton, brother-in-law of Pre- 
sident Grant. 

Hon. Chief Justice Dunne, of 
Arizona. 

Hon. Cornwallis Monk, Justice 
of Appeal for Lower Canada 
father of the Rev. Lewis 
Weutworth Monk. (1SH7.) 

Hon. Judge T. Parkin Scott, of 
Baltimore. 

Hon. Judge Tenney, of New 
Jersey ; author. 



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Hon. Judge Wilkins, of Detroit ; 

a Methodist. 
Charles Austin, barrister-at-law ; 

and family. 

CLERGYMEN. 

Rev. Mr. Adams, a well-known 
Protestant minister of Iowa. 
(1884.) 

Rev. George Allen, LL.D., for- 
merly Episcopalian Rector of 
St. Alban's, Vermont, and 
Professor of Greek and Latin 
in Newark College. 

Rev. Virgil H. Barber, of Ver- 
mont, formerly an Episcopa- 
lian minister ; a Jesuit. 
(1816.) 

Rev. Francis A. Becker, an 
Episcopalian minister ; now a 
priest. 

Rev. F. Cyrill, an Episcopalian 
minister ; now a Passionist 
priest. 

Rev. Francis Button, an Epis- 
copalian rector of Mass. ; and 
family. 

Rev. "William Everett, formerly 
an Episcopalian minister, re- 
lative of Edward Everett, at 
one time United States Minis- 
ter to England ; now a priest 
in the Archdiocese of New 
York. 

Rev. Mr. Fisher, late a Pro- 
testant clergyman ; now a 
priest. 

Rev. E. Forbes, D.D., formerly 
Rector of St. Luke's, New 
York. (1849.) 

Rev. Charles Griffin, formerly 
an Episcopalian minister, son 
of the most distinguished 
lawyer of his day in City of 
New York. (1851.) 

Rev. George Edmund Grouside, 
an Episcopalian minister of 
New Jersey ; at one time 
Chaplain and Secretary to 



Bishop Hobart, of New York- 
(1820.) 

Rev. George T. Haskins, for- 
merly an Episcopalian minis- 
ter ; now a priest and founder 
of the "House of the Holy 
Guardian Angel," Boston ; 
author. (1846.) 

Right Rev. Dr. Ives, late Pro- 
testant Bishop of North Caro- 
lina. (1850.) 

Rev. Henry Lenicke, formerly a 
Lutheran minister ; a Bene- 
dictine monk. (1823.) 

Rev. Edward Dwight Lymair. 
late an Episcopalian rector. 

Rev. F. Matthias, formerly a 
Presbyterian minister ; now 
a Passionist priest. 

Rev. Mr. McCall, of Baltimore, 
late a clergyman of the Pro- 
testant Episcopal Church ; 
now a priest. 

Right Rev. Dr. Northrop, Bishop 
of Charleston, South Caro- 
lina. 

Rev. J. A. Phillips, of Phila- 
delphia, late an Episcopalian 
rector. 

Rev. J. Pollard, formerly an 
Episcopalian minister. 

Right Rev. T. A. Preston, late 
a minister of the Protestant 
Episcopal Church ; now a 
priest, monsignor, and Chan- 
cellor of the Archdiocese of 
New York. 

Rev. Mr. van Rensselaer, late a 
clergyman of the Protestant 
Episcopal Church ; now a 
Jesuit. 

Rev. Dr. Rodgers, ex-Episco- 
palian rector. 

Rev. J. C. Russell, ex- Protestant 
minister, of Baltimore ; and 
his five children. (1880.) 

Rev. Professor Walff, ex- 
Lutheran minister ; author. 

Rev. Homer Wheaton, late of 
Ploughkeepsie, New York ; 
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first a lawyer, and afterwards 
a Protestant minister. 
Rev. Calvin White, of New 
Jersey, first a Presbyterian 
minister, afterwards an Epis- 
copalian layman ; grandfather 
of Richard Grant Whitr. of 
New York, author and Shake- 
spearian scholar. 

LADIES. 

Mrs. Mary Withington Allen, 
and five children. 

Miss Mary Allen, of New York. 

Mrs. Heman Allen. 

Miss Allen, of Vermont, grand- 
daughter of General Ethan 
Allen, of the Revolutionary 
War. 

Mrs. C. Austin, wife of Charles 
Austin, barrister-at-law ; and 
four children. 

Miss E. Austin. 

Miss J. Austin. 

Miss S. Austin. 

Countess Barbielini, of New 
Bedford, Mass. 

Mrs. Betzhover. 

Miss Betzhover. 

Miss Josephine Bissell. (1860.) 

Mrs. James Blair, wife of a 
well - known Syranese, New 
York, broker. (1884.) 

Marchesa Bolognetti-Ceuci (nee 
Lorillard - Spencer), of New 
York. 

Mrs. Stephen Boyle, of Phila- 
delphia. 

Miss Catherine Bradshaw. 

Mrs. Astor Bristead, and son. 

Miss E. Jay Butterwortih, niece 
of John Jay, late American 
Minister to Vienna. 

Marchesa Cavaletti, of Rome. 
(1861.) 

Miss de Camp, daughter of 
Admiral de Camp, U.S.N. 

Mrs. Cassidy, wife of General 
A. S. Cassidy. 



The Baroness de Charette. 

Miss Churchill, an Episcopalian. 

Mrs. Claxton, daughter-in-law 
of Commodore Claxton. 

Miss H. Coles. 

Hon. Mrs. Conrad, of New 
Orleans, daughter of the Mar- 
chesa Cavaletti, of Rome. 
(1861.) 

Mrs. Laura Wheaton Abbott 
Cooke, daughter of Com- 
mander Abbott, U.S.N. 

Miss Ellen Cowles, daughter of 
the editor of the Cleveland 
Leader. 

Miss Cowper, of Jamaica. (1880.) 

Miss Charlotte Daner, of Boston. 

Miss Angela Henrietta Daner, 
ditto. 

Miss Ellen Dawson, of Cincin- 
nati, an Episcopalian. 

Miss Mary E. Dawson, of Ohio. 

Miss Harriet Dommett, now a 
nun. 

3Iiss Ella Edes, niece of Bishop 
Wainwright, of the Protestant 
Episcopal Church of New 
York. 

Miss Ellen B. Edis. 

Mrs. Elbert, wife of Nicholason 
Elbert, of Detroit, an Epis- 
copalian. 

Miss J. Emery, of Dorchester, 
an Episcopalian. 

Madam Filicchi (nee Mary Cow- 
per, of Boston), wife of 
Chevalier Philip Filicchi, first 
Consul of the United States 
at Leghorn. 

Countess Frenfanelli-Cibo (net* 
Mary Seton Wilkes, of New 
York). 

Miss Ellen Gardner, now a nun. 

Mrs. Grimes (nee James). 

Miss Julia Guernsey, of Detroit, 
an Episcopalian. 

Mrs. Hamersley, wife of the late 
Louis Hamersley. (1884.) 

Mrs. M. D. Hardin, wife of 
General M. D. Hardin, U.S.A. 



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Miss Hastings. 

Mrs. Elias Hinging, of New 
York. 

Mrs. Hoyt, wife of the Rev. 
W. H. Hoyt, an Episcopalian 
rector at Vermont. 

The Misses Hoyt, her daughters. 

Miss Hettie Irwin, of Spring- 
field, Illinois. 

Mrs. Ives (nee Rebecca Setoii 
Hobart), of New York, daugh- 
ter of Episcopal Bishop John 
Henry Hobart, of New York ; 
goddaughter of Mrs. E. A. 
Seton ; and wife of Bishop 
Ives, of North Carolina. 

Miss Jones, daughter of Chan- 
cellor Jones ; now a nun and 
Superioress of the " Sacred 
Heart/' 

The Misses Kane, sisters of the 
Rev. J. Kane, Chaplain to 
United States Navy ; both 
nuns. 

Mrs. Kearney, wife of the late 
Major-General Philip Kear- 
ney, U.S.A. (1866.) 

The Misses Kearney, her daugh- 
ters. (1866.) 

Mrs. Mary Kelly, daughter of 
Dr. Niles. 

Mrs. Adrian Klein, of New 
York. 

Mrs. Carroll Lee (nee Helen 
Fairish, of Philadelphia), wife 
of Charles Carroll Lee, of 
Maryland. (1865.) 

Mrs. Stephen L'Hommedien, of 
Cincinnati, an Episcopalian. 

Miss Alma L'Hommedien, ditto. 

Mrs. T. D. Lincoln, of Cincin- 
nati, an Episcopalian. 

Miss Livingston, of New York ; 
of the Livingston family. 

Mrs. Lowe, wife of Governor 
Lowe, of Maryland. 

Miss Emily Mason, niece of 
Senator Mason, of Virginia. 

Mrs. Nathan Matthews, of Bos- 
ton. 



Miss McBride, daughter of a 
Presbyterian clergyman. 

Mrs. McEnerny, of New Jersey, 
daughter of the British Con- 
sul at Richmond, granddaugh- 
ter of Bishop Moore, of Vir- 
ginia, and wife of Colonel 
McEnerny. 

Miss Metcalf, of Boston, daugh- 
ter of the Hon. Judge Met- 
calf. 

Miss Julia Metcalf, ditto. 

Mrs. William Millar, an Epis- 
copalian. 

Miss Miller, daughter of Joaquim 
Miller, poet of the Sierras. 

Mrs. Montgomery, of Philadel- 
phia. (1807.) 

Mrs. Isabel T. Morris, of 
Jamaica, West Indies. 

Mdlle. Nevada (Emma Wixon), 
the American Prima Donna. 
(1884.) 

Mrs. Newton, wife General J. 
Newton (who blew up " Hell 
Gate ") ; an Episcopalian. 

The late Mrs. Mary S. Gore 
Nichols, author of "A 
Woman's Work in Water- 
Cure," etc. ; contributor to the 
AthencKum, Eraser's Magazine, 
Household Words, etc. ; wife 
of Dr. Nichols. 

Mrs. A. Niles, daughter of 
Colonel Whiting, of Bath. 

Marchesa T. Odoli. 

Mrs. S. Parker, of Boston. 

Mrs. Sarah Peter, of Cincinnati, 
an Episcopalian. 

Mrs. ver Planck. 

Miss ver Planck. 

Miss Amy Pope, daughter of 
W. H. Pope, Judge in Prince 
Edward's Island. 

Miss Harriett Prescott, well- 
known in American literary 
circles. (1884.) 

Miss van Rensselaer, sister of 
the Rev. Mr. van Rensselaer. 
late a clergyman of the Pro- 



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testant Episcopal Church ; 
now a sister of Charity. 

Mrs. Rodgers, of Rome, wife of 
Randolph Rodgers, the sculp- 
tor. 

Mrs. Rosecrans, wife of General 
W. S. Rosecrans, U.S.A. ; an 
Episcopalian. 

Miss M. Rosecrans, her daugh- 
ter. 

Mrs. Garrett Ryckman. 

Mrs. Scamtnon, wife of General 
E. P. Scammon, U.S.A., an 
Episcopalian. 

Mrs. Schofield, wife of General 
Schofield, U.S.A. 

Miss Jane Sedgwick, of Stock- 
bridge, Mass. 

Rev. Mother Seton, foundress of 
the Sisters of Charity in 
America. 

Miss Cecilia Seton, of New 
York. (1806.) 

Miss Henrietta Seton, of New 
York. (1809.) 

Mrs. John Curzon Seton, of 
Boston, and two children. 
(1816.) 

Mrs. Seton (nee Sarah Redwood 
Fairish, of Philadelphia), 
sister of Mrs. C. Carroll Lee, 
and wife of William Seton, 
of New York. (18C.6.) 

Miss M. Parker Shimman, of 
Boston. 

Mrs. Sinderson, wife of General 
Sinderson, U.S.A. 

Mrs. Sarah A. Smalley, and 
children. 

Mrs. Leonard Smith, niece of 
John Jay, late American 
Minister to Vienna. 



Miss A. de Grasse Stevens. 

Mrs. Mary Stobinger, mother of 
the Rev. J. Stobinger. (1882.) 

Mrs. Americus Symms,of Louis- 
ville, an Episcopalian. 

Mrs. James Temple, of Mont- 
gomery. 

.Miss Tenbroeck, now a nun. 

Mrs. Charles Thompson, a de- 
scendant of General Putnam, 
of Connecticut. 

Miss Tinker, of Xew England, 
authoress. 

Miss Tracy. 

Miss Eustace Tracy. 

Mrs. Tucker, wife of Captain 
Tucker, of Burlington, Ver- 
mont. 

Madam Trevifio, daughter of 
General Edward O. C. Ord, 
U.S.A., and wife of General 
Trevifio, of Mexico. 

Mrs. Tyler, wife of Ex-Presi- 
dent Tyler, her daughter and 
granddaughter. (1880.) 

The Baroness van Hoffman 
(nee Ward). 

Mrs. Wallworth, wife the late 
Chancellor Wallworth, of 
New York, and mother of the 
Rev. Clarence Wallworth. 

Mrs. E. Harden Wai worth, and 
five children. 

Miss Lydia Mary Withington. 

Mrs. Witzell, of the Church of 
St. Mary the Virgin, West 
Forty-fifth Street, New York. 
(1884). 

Mrs. Lewis Worthington, of 
Cincinnati. 

Mrs. George Worthington, of 
Cleveland. 



DENMARK. 



Count Holstein Ledreborg, 
leader of the majority in the 
Danish Parliament. 

Rev. Pastor Hanssen, formerly 



Protestant clergyman of note 
at Copenhagen. 

Rev. L. von Hammerstein, a 
Jesuit at Limburg, Holland. 



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FRANCE. 



The late Cardinal de Bonne- 
chose, Archbishop of Rouen, 
(1830.) 

Rev. M. A. Bermaz, formerly 
Protestant clergyman at 
Lyons. (1846.) 

The Vicomte de Bussiere. 

The late Comtesse d'Avry, 
daughter of the late Duke of 
Brunswick. 

Rev. Charles Lachat, formerly 
Protestant clergyman at Bor- 
deaux. 

Rev. Paul Latour, late Pastor- 
President of the Consistory 
of Mas-d'asile. 

The late Rev. M. Laval, formerly 
pastor at Conde-sur-Noireau. 
(1825.) 



Rev. George Michaud, late 
Protestant minister at Mar- 
seilles. 

The Baronne d'Ordred. (1854.) 
The Countess O'Connell (nee 
Princesse Xonia Bertoug), 
Lady of the Order of the 
Holy Sepulchre, and wife of 
Count O'Connell, of Paris, 
Chamberlain to his Holiness 
Pope Leo XIII. (1879.) 
The Marquis de Poix. (1865.) 
Princesse Alexandre de Wagrarn 
(nee Berthe de Rothschild), 
daughter of Baron Charles de 
Rothschild. (1882.) 
The Comtesse Zute. (1854.) ^ 



GERMANY. 



Her Majesty the Queen Dowager 
of Bavaria, Princess of Prussia. 
(1875.) 

H. R. H. Prince Henry Yon 
Hanau, son of the Elector and 
Landgrave of Hesse - Cassel, 
and grandnephew of his Im- 
perial Majesty the Emperor 
of Germany. (1884.) 

H.R.H. the late Count of Ingen- 
heim, brother to the then King 
of Prussia. (1826.) 

H.R.H. the Princess of Ingen- 
heim. (1852.) 

H.R.H. the late Duke of Saxe- 
Gotha, a relative of King 
George III. of England. 

H.R.H. the late Prince Adolf 
Frederick of Mecklenberg- 
Schwerin. (1818.) 

H.R.H. the late Princess Char- 
lotte Frederique, wife of a 
Crown Prince of Denmark. 

H.R.H. the late Prince Henry 



Edward of Schoenburg, hus- 
band of the late Princess 
Pauline of Schwarzenbero-. 
(1822.) 

H.R.H. the late Countess of 
Brandenburg, daughter of the 
late King William II. of 
Prussia, and aunt to his Im- 
perial Majesty the Emperor 
of Germany. 

H.R.H. Prince Alexander zu 
Solms-Braunfels. (1865.) 

H.R.H. Prince Charles zu Solms- 
Braunfels. (1875.) 

H.R.H. Prince Isenburg-Bir- 
stein. (1861.) 

H.R.H. Princess Isenburg-Bir- 
stein, his wife. (1861.) 

H.R.H. Count Isenburg-Bir- 
stein, their son. (1861.) 

H.R.H. Prince Leopold von 
L o wenstein- Wertheim. 

H.R.H. Prince von Wittgen- 
stein. 



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Count Frederick Leopold zu 

Stolberg-Stolberg. 
Count Franz zu Stolberg-Wer- 

nigerode. 
Count Charles Schonburg- 

Vorderglauchau. (1869.) 
Countess Schonburg - Vorder- 

glauchau, his wife. (1869.) 
Count Schonburg -Vorderglau- 

chau, their son. (1869.) 
Count von Schonburg-Glanstan. 
Count Gotz Christoph von 

Degenfeld-Schunburg. (1853.) 
Countess von Degenfeld-Schon- 

burg, and family. (1853.) 
Count Ferdinand Hahns- 

Newhans. (1858.) 
The late Countess Frederica of 

Solms-Baruth. (1826.) 
Countess Liitzow, wife of Count 

Francis Liitzow, of the Aus- 
trian Embassy, and step- 
daughter of Count Batthyany. 

(1882.) 
Countess Natalie von Kielman- 

segge, now a nun. (1841.) 
The late Countess Ida von Halm- 

Hahn,the celebrated authoress. 

(1850.) 
The late Count Hermann von 

der Schulenberg, a Capuchin 

priest. (1855.) 
Baron Frederick von Berlithin- 

gen. (1865.) 



Baron von Eckstein. 

Baron von der Kettenburg. 

Baron Rochus von Rochow. 
(1852.) 

Baron von Romberg. 

Baron von Suchow. 

Baron von Vogelsang. 

Baroness von Donop, daughter 
of Baron de Reuter. 

Rev. Gustavus Bicknell,f ormerly 
a Protestant clergyman, now 
a priest, celebrated Orientalist 
and professor at tha Uni- 
versity of Innsbruck. 

Dr. Henry Eisenbach. (1833.) 

Rev. Pastor Hager, of the Ger- 
man Protestant Church. 

Rev. Hugh La'nmer, ditto, now 
a priest, and Canon, and pro- 
fessor at the University of 
Breslau. 

Herr Gfrorer, the historian. 

Herr Klopp, ditto. 

Herr Adam Miiller, Aulic Coun- 
cillor. 

The late Herr Nepilly, one of 
the leading Old Catholics of 
Prussian Rhineland. (1883.) 

The celebrated painter, Over- 
beck. 

Herr Frederick Schlegel, savant. 

Herr Zacharias Werner, the 
celebrated German writer and 
poet ; a priest. (1823.) 



RUSSIA. 

The late Rev. F. Schouvaloff, a Barnabite priest, and author. 
SWEDEN. 



Count Hamilton, senator, and descendant of an old Stuart family. 
Baroness of Klinkowstrom. 



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SWITZERLAND. 



Rev. M. Esslinger, late Pastor 

at Zurich. 
M. Charles Louis de Haller, 

patrician of Berne, and 

member of the Sovereign 

Council. 
Rev. Frederick Hiirter, late 

Pastor-President of the Con- 



of Schaffhouse. 



si story 

(1844.) 
Rev. Pierre de Joux, late pastor 

at Geneva. 
Signor Orelli, banker at Zurich. 

(1882.) 
Dr. Pestalozzi, a distinguished 

physician. (1882.) 



XAMES EECEIVED TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED. 



Sir Philip Frederick Rose, Bart., 
of Rayners, Penn, Bucks ; 
formerly legal adviser to the 
late Lord Beaconsfield, K.G. 
(1885.) 

Lady Rose, his wife, daughter 
of the late Rev. William 
Wollaston Pym, Rector of 
Willian, Herts ; and five 
children. (1885.) 



Rev. Mr. Lisle, till lately a 

missionary of the Church of 

England. (1885.) 
Douglas Stewart, grandson of 

the late Admiral Sir Houston 

Stewart. (1884.) 
Commander Graham Bower, late 

of the Royal Navy, son of 

Admiral Bower ; also his 

brother. 



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