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LIST OF PEDIGREES. 



Beazley .... 

Blackburne of Hale and 

Orford, co. Lancaster 

BOISSIER 

Bradley of Nottingham 

Brunker 

BUDD of Stoke Hill, Guildford, 

CO. Surrey 
Champneys of Frognal, Hamp 

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Clapton ... 
Cockerell 
Cotton 

Cranworth, Baron 
Earle of Allerton Tower, co 

Lancaster 
Faulconer of Lewes, co 

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Warwick . 
Fuller - Eliott - Drake of 

Nutwell Court, Buckland 

Abbey and Sheafhayne 

House, CO. Devon . 
GODDARD .... 

Gurdon-Rebow of Wivenhoe 

Park, CO. Essex 
Halifax, Viscount 
Harington, formerly of Cor- 

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Orme 


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Williams of Blackheath, co. 


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Kent . . . . 


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132 


Witts of Upper Slaughter, 






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122 


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Armorial Bearings of Baron Sherborne 
Book-plate of "Sherborne Library" 
Miniature Portrait of Henry Williams 
Miniature Portrait of Colonel Henry Williams, R.A. 
Miniature Portrait of Lucinda, wife of Colonel 

Henry Williams ...... 

Miniature Portrait of Frederick Lovel McTagart 

Williams . ..... 

Miniature Portrait of George Ithacus Hoare 

Williams ....... 

Armorial Bearings of Baron Cranworth 
Book-plate of "Thomas Earle" .... 

Miniature Portrait of John Freeman of Thornham 

Parva, co. Suffolk ...... 

Armorial Bearings of Viscount Halifax 
Book-plate of " Robert Ireland Blackburne, Esq. 

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JFuller=€Itott=Brafee of ^uttBell Court, iSutfelanli 
abbej mti §»J)eaf})aj)ne House, co. Bebon. 




Arms on record in the College of 
Arms — Quarterly : ist and 4th, Sable, a 
fesse wavy between two estoiles irradiated 
argent, Drake ; 2nd, Gules, on a bend 
or, a baton azure, on a chief the arms 
of Gibraltar, being azure, between two 
pillars, a castle argent, from the gates a 
golden key pendent, sub-inscribed " Plus 
ultra," Eliott ; 3rd, Argent, three bars 
and a canton gules. Fuller. 

Crests. — I, On a terrestrial globe a 
ship proper, trained about the said globe 
with hawsers by a hand issuing out of 
clouds on the dexter, all proper, and on 
an escrol! this motto, "Auxilio divino," 
Drake; 2, A dexter hand in armour, 
couped above the wrist, proper, grasping 
a scymitar argent, pomel and hilt or, the 
wrist charged with a key sable, Eliott ; 
3, Issuant from a ducal coronet gules, a 
lion's head argent. Fuller. 



John Trayton Fuller of Ash-, 
down House, co. Sussex 
(eldest son of Thomas Fuller 
of London, by Eleanor 
Lidgater his wife, and grand- 
son of John Fuller of 
Brightling, co. Sussex, J.P., 
and M.P. for co. Sussex in 
the last Parliament of Queen 
Anne); marr. istly Elizabeth, 
his cousin, dau. of Stephen 
Fuller of St. George's, Blooms- 
bury, London, by his wife, 
Elizabeth Noaks of Brightling, 
who died s.p. He died, aged 
68, 24 Mar., bur. at Chalving- 
ton, CO. Sussex, 29 Mar. 18 11. 
Marble tablet in South wall 
of chancel of the church at 
Chalvington, and a memorial 
window in South wall of nave. 
Will dated i Feb.i8o8,proved 
(P.C.C, 282 Crz'c;^///) 1 3 June 
181 1, by Augustus Eliott 
Fuller, the son and one of 
the Exors. Power reserved 
to Anne Fuller, the relict, the 
other Exor. 



=Hon'''« Anne, only dau; of 
Major-General Sir George 
Augustus Eliott, K.B., created 
Lord Heathfield, Baron 
Heathfield of Gibraltar, 6 July 
1787, A.D.C. to H.M. King 
George II., by Anne Pollexfen 
his wife, dau. of Sir Francis 
Henry Drake of Buckland, 
CO. Devon, Bart., and last 
surviving representative of 
Sir Francis Drake ; marr. by 
licence, at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 21 
May 1776; died, aged 81, 
24 Feb., bur. at Chalvington 
5 Mar. 1835. Marble tablet in 
North wall of chancel of the 
church at Chalvington, and a 
memorial window in South wall 
of nave. Will dated 6 May 
1834, with codicil of same 
date, proved (P.C.C, 166 
Gloster) 19 March 1835, by 
Magens Dorrien Magens and 
Charles Nairn Hastie, the 
Exors. 2nd wife. 



Augustus Eliott Fuller of= 
Rosehill and Ashdown House, 
CO. Sussex ; born at Heath- 
field, CO. Sussex, 7 May, bapt. 
there 2 June 1777; D.L. for 
CO. Sussex, M.P. for East 
Sussex 1841-57 ; died at 
Clifford Street, London, aged 
80, on Wednesday, 5 Aug., 
bur. at Llangadwaladr, co. 
Anglesea, 12 Aug. 1857. 
Memorial window in the 
Bodorgan Chapel in the church at Llangadwaladr. Will dated 
6 Nov. 1841, with three codicils dated respectively 28 Nov. 1843, 
27 Oct. 1851 and 8 March 1856, proved (P.C.C, 751, 57) 29 Oct. 
1857, by Owen John Augustus Fuller-Meyrick, the son, the sole Exor. 



Clara, eldest dau. and coheir 
of Owen Putland Meyrick of 
Bodorgan, co. Anglesea, by 
Clara his wife, only dau. and 
heiress of Richard Garth of 
Morden, co. Surrey ; born 4 
Sept. 1775; marr. at Llangad- 
waladr 5 Sept. 1801 ; died at 
Clifford Street, London, aged 
80, on Thursday, r 7 Jan., bur. 
in a vault under the Bodorgan 
Chapel in the church at 
Llangadwaladr 24 Jan. 1856. 
Memorial window in the Bo- 
dorgan Chapel in the church 
at Llangadwaladr. 



Clara, born at Harley Street, London, 11 Sept. 1802; marr. 26 Sept. 1825, Sir George William 
Tapps-Gervis of Hinton Admiral, co. Hants, 2nd Bart, (only son of Sir George Ivison Tapps of 
Hinton Admiral, ist Bart., by Sarah his wife, dau. of Barrington Buggin of Great Cumberland Place, 
London); born 24 May 1795; of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1819, M.A. 1822; M.P. for 
Christchurch ; assumed by Royal Licence in 1835 the additional surname and arms of Gervis ; 
succeeded his father as 2nd Bart. 15 March 1835; died in Aug. 1842. Will dated 22 Jan. 1835, 
proved (P.C.C, 747, 42) 29 Nov. 1842, by Owen John Augustus Fuller-Meyrick, Edward Leigh 
Pemberton and George Abraham Crawley, the surviving Exors. She died, aged 29, 27 Dec. 183 1. 



Elizabeth Anna, born 4 July, bapt. at Heathfield, co. 
Sussex, 24 July 1780; marr. at the parish church, 
Marylebone, London, 18 Jan. 1805, John Hamilton 
(3rd son of John Hamilton of Riseland, Tobago, 
West Indies, by Mary Susannah Anne his wife, dau. 
of William Wilson of Soonhope, near Edinburgh, 
Writer to the Signet); born 12 April 1782 ; educated 
at Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge ; died at 
Guildford Lawn, Dover, co. Kent, in his 77th year, 
on Tuesday, 11 Jan., bur. in the cemetery at Dover 
18 Jan. 1859. M.I. Will dated 31 Oct. 1855, with 
codicil dated 30 April 1857, proved (Prin. Reg., 59, 
59) 2 Feb. 1859, by the Rev. John Hamilton of 
Lynstead, near Sittingbourne, co. Kent, and Henry 
Rose Hamilton of 8 Guildford Lawn, the sons, the 
Exors. She died, aged 59, 29 Aug., and was bur. in 
a vault at the old church of St. James', Dover, 4 Sept. 
1840. =r 

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Francis John Fuller, born 28 Feb., bapt. at Heath- 
field 21 March 1782 ; Captain 20th Light Dragoons ; 
died unmarried, being drowned by the upsetting of 
his boat off the Rock of Gibraltar, 8 June 1805. 



Sarah Maria, born at Heathfield 24 April 1783; died 
unmarried at Hall Lands, Nutfield, co. Surrey, aged 
63, 2 May, bur. at Chalvington, co. Sussex, 8 May 
1845. Memorial window in North wall of nave of 
church at Chalvington. Will dated 9 March 1836, 
with three codicils dated respectively 23 Nov. 1837, 
I Oct. 1839 and 16 Dec. 1841, proved (P.C.C, 559, 
4S) 21 July 1845, by Louisa Sophia Fuller, the sister, 
the sole Executrix. 



Sir Thomas Trayton Fuller-= 
Eliott-Drake of Nutwell 
Court and of Buckland 
Abbey, co. Devon, ist Bart. ; 
born at Heathfield Park, co. 
Sussex, 8 February, bapt. 
at Heathfield 28 February 
1785 ; Lieutenant 52nd 
Regiment 5 October 1804, 
Major 26 May 1814 to 25 
May 1 8 1 5 ; served in the 
Peninsular War; succeeded 
in 1813 to the estates of 
his uncle, Francis Augustus, 
2nd Baron Heathfield, and 
assumed by Royal Licence 
dated 31 March 1813, the 
additional surnames and 
arms of Eliott and Drake ; 
created a Baronet 22 August 
1821 ; High Sheriff for co. 
Devon 1822; died s.p, at 
Nutwell Court, aged 84, on 
Monday, 6 June, bur. at 
Buckland Monachorum, co. 
Devon, 15 June 1870. Will 
dated 25 July 1861, proved 
at Exeter 23 July 1870, by 
Robert Brent of Sydney 
Cottage, Woodbury, co. 
Devon, and Charles Hopkin- 
son of 3 Regent Street, co. 
Middlesex, the Exors. 



=Eleanor, only 
dau. of James 
Halford of Pic- 
cadilly, London, 
ahdofLaleham, 
CO. Middlesex ; 
marr. at St. 
George's, Han- 
over Square, 
London (by the 
Rev. Robert Fitz- 
herbert Fuller), 
on Thursday, 
4 August 1819 ; 
died, aged 55, 
1 8 September, 
bur. at Buckland 
Monachorum25 
Septemberi84i. 



Owen John Augustus Fuller-Meyrick 
of Bodorgan, co. Anglesea; born at 
Upper Wimpole Street, London, 13 July 
1804 ; of Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated 18 October 1822, aged 18 ; 
assumed by Royal Licence dated 6 May 
1825, the additional surname and 
arms of Meyrick ; died unmarried at 
Bodorgan, aged 71, 12 February, bur. 
at Llangadwaladr, co. Anglesea, 18 
February r876. M.I. Will dated 
29 April 1875, proved (Prin. Reg., 251, 
76) 9 March 1876, by Sir George 
Eliott' Meyrick Tapps-Gervis of 
Hinton Admiral, near Christchurch, 
CO. Southampton, Bart., the nephew, 
the sole Exor. 



John Francis Fuller, died, aged 16, 
12 April T822. M.I. at Llangadwaladr. 



Lucy Ann ; marr. by licence, at 
St. James', Piccadilly, London, 
21 Dec. 1841, Townsend Ince 
of Christleton, co. Chester (only 
son of Lieut. -Colonel Townsend 
Ince of Chester, of the Royal 
Cheshire Militia, by Mary his 
wife, 2nd dau. of Dr. Currie of 
Chester) ; of Brasenose College, 
Oxford, matriculated 9 June 
1823, aged 17; D.L. for co. 
Chester; died at Christleton, 
aged 65, on Saturday, 10 June, 
bur. there 16 June 1871. Will 
dated 28 March 187 1, with 
codicil dated i June 1871, 
proved at Chester 26 July 
187 1, by Lucy Ann Ince of 
Christleton, co. Chester, the 
relict, and Charles Townshend 
of the City of Chester, two of 
the Exors. 



William Lowndes Fuller, 
died, aged r5, 10 Feb. 1825. 
M.I. at Llangadwaladr. 



Richard Garth Fuller, died 
aged 1 6 days, 1 6 Sept. 1 8 1 2. 
M.I. at Llangadwaladr. 



Catharine Sarah, born 9 
Nov. 1814 ; died unmarried 
at Clifford Street, London, 
aged 43, on Sunday, 6 June, 
bur. at Llangadwaladr 12 
June 1858. M.I. 



Mary Fuller, died, aged 14, 
27 Nov., bur. at Llangad- 
waladr 3 Dec. 1831. M.I. 



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Cordelia Eleanor, born 3 Aug., bapt. at Heath 

field, CO. Sussex, 5 Sept. 1786; died unmarried Fufler, R.N. ; born 8 

at Hall Lands, Nuffield, co. Surrey, aged 83, on Feb.,bapt.atHeathfield 

Saturday, 26 March, bur. at Chalvington, CO. Sussex, 14 March 1789; died 

T April 1870. Will dated 7 July 1855, proved at Dawlish, co. Devon, 

(Inn. Reg. 262, 70) 25 April 1870, by Louisa in his 72nd year, on 

Sophia Fuller of Hall Lands, in the parish of Saturday, 27 Oct., bur. 

Nutfield, CO. Surrey, spinster, the sister, the sole at Starcross, co. Devon, 

Executrix. _ 5 Nov. i86o. Admon 

(with will annexed dated 

Captain William Stephen Fuller, R.N.; born 5 Feb., 18 July 1842) was 

bapt. at Heathfield 3 March 1788; marr. by granted at Exeter 30 

licence, at Exminster, co. Devon (by the Hon"= Nov. i860, to Francis 

and Rt. Rev. George Pelham, Bishop of Exeter), George Augustus Fuller 

12 Oct. 1816, Eliza, only dau. of William White of of Dawlish, co. Devon, 

Exminster, who died s.p. one of the children of 

the said deceased. 



Captain _ Rose Henry=f=Margaretta Jane, 
2nd dau. of Rev. 
Sir Robert Shef- 
field of Normanbv 
Park, Brigg, co. 
Lincoln, Bart., by 
Sarah Annehis 2nd 
wife, dau. of Rev. 
Brackley Kennet, 
D. D. ; marr. at East 
Grinstead, co. Sus- 
sex, 24 Nov. 1 831; 
died at Great Mal- 
vern,co. Worcester, 
aged 51, on Wed- 
nesday, 25 Feb. 
1852. 

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Jane Eliza Anne Pollexfen, born at 
Montagu Square, London, 2 Nov. 
1834; marr. at Nutfield 3 April 1866, 
the Rev. Richard Briscoe, D.D. 
(eldest son of Richard Briscoe of 
Llanfair-Pwll-Gwyngyll, co. Anglesea, 
by Margaret his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. Thomas Owen) ; born at 
Llanfair-Pwll-Gwyngyll 4 Jan. 1808; 
of Jesus College, Oxford, matriculated 
20 May 1826, aged 18, B.A. 1830, 
Fellow 183 1, Senior Fellow 1849-66, 
M.A. 1833, B.D. 1840, D.D. 1845; 
Vicar of Whitford, co. Flint, 1839-65, 
Proctor in Convocation for the 
diocese of St. Asaph, Rector of 
Nutfield 1865, till his death; J.P. for 
CO. Flint; died at Nutfield 17 Oct., 
bur. there 22 Oct. 1880. Will dated 
14 Nov. 1879, proved (Prin. Reg., 
835, 80) 6 Nov. 1880, by the Rev. 
William Kyfiin Bostock Briscoe of 
Shipston-on-Stour, co. Worcester, the 
brother, one of the Exors. She died 
at her son's residence, 49 Rugby 
Road, Brighton, co. Sussex, aged 66, 
on Thursday, 27 Dec. 1900, and was 
bur. at Nutfield i Jan. 1901. Admon 
was granted at the Principal Registry 
19 Jan. 1 90 1, to Theodore Francis 
Heathfield Briscoe, Captain H.M. 
Tower Hamlets Rifle Brigade, and 
the Rev. Henry Meyrick Eliott-Drake 
Briscoe. t 



Eleanor Halford, marr. at St. Mary's, Dover, co. Kent 
(by the Rev. Henry Lyttelton Neave, Vicar of Epping, 
CO. Essex, and the Rev. Warwick Bamfylde Kennaway), 
on Thursday, 7 August 1856, Charles Eales of Eastdon, 
CO. Devon, and of Elvaston Place, Queen's Gate, 
London (2nd son of Charles Eales of Eastdon, and 
of The Mall, Clifton, co. Gloucester, by Frances 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of George Daniel of Exeter, 
CO. Devon, M.D.) ; bapt. at Dawlish 12 June 1826; 
Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple 1862, Principal 
Clerk of Committees at House of Commons ; J.P. 
for CO. Devon. She died at Weybridge, co. Surrey, 
aged 22, on Thursday, 21 October, and was bur. at 
Starcross 28 October 1856. Charles Eales marr. 2ndly 
at Bishops Frome, co. Hereford (by the father of 
the bride), on Tuesday, 4 August 1863, Diana, only 
dau. of the Rev. William Parsons Hopton, M.A., Vicar 
of Bishops Frome, Prebendary of Hereford, and Rural 
Dean, J.P. and D.L., by Diana Christian his wife, 2nd 
dau. of the Rev. Charles Shuckburgh of The Moot, 
CO. Wilts ; died at Minehead, co. Devon, aged 63, on 
Monday, 16 May, bur. at Starcross 21 May 1898. Will 
dated 26 October 1882, proved (Prin. Reg., 913, 98) 
4 August 1898, by the Rev. Michael Hopton, the sole 
Exor. He died s.p. at Eastdon, aged 54, on Saturday, 
22 October, and was bur. at Starcross 27 October 1881. 
Will dated 12 January 1876, with codicil dated 19 
October 1881, proved at Exeter 14 December 1881, by 
Diana Eales of Eastdon, near Starcross, co. Devon, the 
relict, and Edward Hopton of Cagebrook, co. Hereford, 
Lieut.-Colonel in Her Majesty's 88th Regiment of 
Foot, the Exors. 

{See Pedigree of Eales, Vol. i, 
page 58.) 



Augusta Maria, born 7 February 1818; died unmarried at Christleton, co. Chester, aged 53, 
on Tuesday, 4 July, bur. at Llangadwaladr, co. Anglesea, 8 July 187 1. M.L Will dated 4 July 
1864, proved (Prin. Reg., 543, 71) 3 August 1871, by Owen John Augustus Fuller-Meyrick of 
16 Clifi"ord Street, co. Middlesex, the brother, and Sir George Eliott Meyrick Tapps-Gervis of 
Hinton Admiral, co. Southampton, Bart., the nephew, the Eicors. 

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Louisa Sophia, bapt. at Heath- 
field, CO. Sussex, I June 1790; 
died unmarried at Hall Lands, 
Nutfield, CO. Surrey, aged 82, 
on Tuesday, 8 October, bur. 
at Chalvington, co. Sussex, 
15 October 1872. Will dated 
2 4 January 1872, proved ( Prin. 
Reg., 761, 72) 4 December 
1872, by Bernard Hale of 
Holly Hill, in the parish of 
Hartfield, co. Sussex, and 
Charles Eales of Elvaston 
Place, Queen's Gate, London, 
the Exors. 



Charlotte, bom at Kidbrooke House, in the parish of East 
Grinstead, co. Sussex, 13 July, bapt. at East Grinstead i August 
1792; marr. at St. Peter's, Hove, co. Sussex (by the Rev. Robert 
Fitzherbert Fuller), on Tuesday, 13 July 1847, James Harwood, 
M.D., who died s.p. at West Villa, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. 
Sussex, aged 59, on Wednesday, 9 December, bur. in the 
churchyard of the old parish church, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 15 
December 1857. M.L Will dated 30 September 1852, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 8, 58) 16 January 1858, by William Harwood of 
6 Grosvenor Street, New Bond Street, co. Middlesex, M.D., the 
brother, and surviving Exor. She died at i West Ascent, 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea, aged 77, on Wednesday, 25 March, and was 
bur. in the churchyard of the old parish church, St. Leonard's-on- 
Sea, 30 March 1868. M.I. Will dated 24 February 1868, with 
codicil of same date, proved at Lewes 25 June 1868, by Alfred 
Burton of St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, and William Blackman 
Young of Hastings, co. Sussex, gent., the Exors. 



Rev. Robert Fitzherbert Fuller, born at= 
Kidbrook House, in the parish of East 
iJrinstead, it August, bapt. there privately 
20 October 1794 (baptism registered at East 
Grinstead) ; of Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated 17 March 1813, aged 18, B.A. 
1817, M.A. 1819; Rector of Chalvington 
1833, and Vicar of Lingfield, co. Surrey ; died 
at Leamington, co. Warwick, aged 55, on 
Wednesday, 22 August, bur. at Milverton, co. 
Warwick, 28 August 1849. Memorial tablet 
in Lingfield Church. Will dated 20 April 
1839, proved (P.C.C., 598, 50) 22 August 
1 8 5 o, by Maria Ursula Fuller, the relict, one of 
the Exors. Power reserved to Augustus Owen 
Fuller-Meyrick, the nephew, the other Exor. 



=Maria Ursula, 4th dau. of the Rev. Sir Robert 
Sheffield of Normanby Park, Brigg, co. Lincoln, 
3rd Bart., by Sarah Anne his 2nd wife, dau. of the 
Rev. Brackley Kennet, D.D. ; marr. at Lingfield, 
CO. Surrey, 16 October 1827 ; died at her 
residence, 15 Royal Crescent, Ramsgate, co. Kent, 
in her 71st year, on Sunday, 7 February, bur. at 
Lingfield 13 February 1875. Will dated 4 July 
1864, with two codicils dated respectively 3 Octo- 
ber 1870 and 16 September 1871, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 305, 75) 5 April 1875, by the Rev. Trayton 
Fuller of Chalvington Rectory, co. Sussex, the 
son, one of the Exors. Double probate passed at 
the Principal Registry 17 January 1878, to Clara 
Agnes Sandwith (formerly Fuller, spinster). 



Sir Francis George Augustus Fuller-Eliott-Drake= 
of Nutwell Court, Buckland Abbey, and Sheaf- 
hayne House, co. Devon, Bart. ; born at Montagu 
Square, London, 24 December 1837 ; of the 
Royal Horse Guards (Blue), retired as Captain 
1870; succeeded, by special remainder, his uncle. 
Sir Thomas Trayton Fuller-Eliott-Diake, as 2nd 
Bart., 6 June 1870; assumed by Royal Licence 
dated 30 October 1870, the additional surnames 
and arms of Eliott and Drake. 



=Elizabeth, only dau. of Sir Robert Andrews 
Douglas of Glenbervie, co. Kincardine, 2nd 
Bart., by Martha Elizabeth his wife, eldest 
dau. of Joshua Rouse of Southampton; born 
at Mahebourg, in the Island of Mauritius, and 
bapt. there; marr. at Holy Trinity, Paddington, 
London (by the Rev. F. Cook, Prebendary of 
Lincoln, and the Rev. Henry Lyttelton Neave, 
Vicar of Epping, co. Essex), on Tuesday, 
6 August 1 86 1. 



Ehzabeth Beatrice, marr. at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 22 June 1887, John Reginald 
Upton, Baron Seaton (eldest son of James, 2nd Baron Seaton, by Charlotte his wife, dau. and co- 
heir of Ulysses, 2nd and last Lord Downes, K.C.B., G.C.B.); born at the Royal Hospital, Dublin, 
4 July 1854 ; educated at Winchester; J.P. and D.L. for co. Devon, J.P. for co. Kildare; Captain 
Royal I St Devonshire Imperial Yeomanry; succeeded his father as 3rd Baron 11 October 1888. 



Charlotte Caroline=j=General John Augustus Fuller,=. 



Augusta, dau. of 
William A\'allace ; 
marr. at Bycullah, 
Bombay, India, 30 
January 1851; died 
suddenly at 42 
Courtfield Gardens, 
London, on Satur- 
day, 30 January, 
bur. in Brookwood 
Cemetery, co. Sur- 
rey, on Thursday, 
4 February 1897. 
M.I. rst wife. 



C.I.E., of 42 Courtfield Gardens, 
South Kensington, London ; 
bom at Wimpole Street, London, 
18 July, bapt. at Lingfield 22 
September 1828; educated at 
Addiscombe ; entered Royal 
(Bombay) Engineers 11 December 
1846, Colonel 20 June 187 1, 
Lieut.-General i February 1882, 
retired as General i June 1883; 
served in Punjab campaign at siege 
of Mooltan 1848-49 (severely 
wounded, medal with clasp). 



Amabel Lucy, only dau. of Colonel 
Charles Wodehouse, CLE., of the 
Bombay Staff Corps and Political 
Resident, Kolhapur, by Jemima his 
wife, dau. of George Forbes ; born at 
Powick, CO. Worcester, on Wednesday, 
I February, bapt. there 5 March 1865; 
marr. at St. Mary Abbott's, Ken- 
sington, London (by the Rev. Canon 
Somerset Pennefkther, the Vicar, 
assisted by the Rev. William Lea, 
cousin of the bride, and the Rev. 
Donald Aikin-Sneath), on Wednesday, 
13 April 1898. 2nd wife. 



Fitzherbert Augustus Fuller, born at Poona, Bombay, 
India, 9 April 1852; of Brasenose, College, Oxford, 
matriculated 13 October 1873, aged 21 ; died 7 June, 
bur. in Holywell Cemetery (St. Mary's portion), 
Oxford, 10 June 1874. 



John Heathfield Fuller, bom 24 June, bapt. at 
Bycullah, Bombay, 26 July 1855; died, in his 31st 
year, on Friday, 12 February, bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London, r8 February 1886. 



Edmund George Fuller, born at Pelham 
Street, Thurloe Square, London, on 
Saturday, 24 July, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Brompton, London, 3 September 1858 ; 
marr. at Northampton 13 September 
1882, Emma Jane Wing. 



Clara Emily, bom at Coorla, Bombay, 
and bapt. at Bycullah. 



Mabel Grace, born at Rugby, co. 
Warwick, on Sunday, 1 5 April, bapt. 
at Chalvington, co. Sussex, 8 July 
1855 ; Patron of Chalvington 
Rectory. 

Trayton Eliott Fuller, bora at 
Blenheim Villa, Cheltenham, co. 
Gloucester, on Saturday, 8 No- 
vember, bapt. at East Grinstead, 
CO. Sussex, r2 December 1856; 
died at Coolgardie, Western 
Australia, 22 November 1897. 
AdiSon was granted at the Prin- 
cipal Registry 24 August 1898, 
to Mabel Grace Fuller, spinster, 
the sister. 



Stephen Rose Fuller, 
bom at 4 Belgrave 
Terrace, London, on 
Saturday, 24 July, 
bapt. at Chalvington 
26 September 1858. 



Lily Mary, bom at 
Wandsworth, co. Sur- 
rey, 23 December 
1859, bapt. at Putney, 
CO. Surrey, 20 January 
i860. 



Lionel Edward F'uller, bom at 
Southampton on Wednesday, 12 
June, bapt. there 10 July 1861. 

Robert Fitzherbert Fuller, born at 
the Rectory, Chalvington, on Tues- 
day, 7 April, bapt. there 14 May 
1863; died at 15 Royal Crescent, 
Ramsgate, co. Kent, aged 21, 27 
November, bur. at Chalvington 
4 December 1884. Adinon was 
granted at Canterbury 12 October 
1885, to Eleanor Susanna Fuller of 
15 Royal Crescent, Ramsgate, co. 
Kent, widow, the mother, and one 
of the next of kin. 



Rev. Trayton Fuller, born at 4 Belgrave= 
Terrace, London, on Saturday, 22 July 1829 ; 
of Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated 
3 February 1848, aged 18, B.A. 1851, M.A. 
1854; Rector of Chalvington, co. Sussex, 
1854 till his death; died at the Rectory, 
Chalvington, aged 46, on Wednesday, 
6 October, bur. at Chalvington 13 October 
1875. Will dated 20 January 1869, with 
three codicils dated respectively 7 March 
1872, 14 January 1874 and 19 June 1875, 
proved at Lewes 4 January 1876, by Eleanor 
Susanna Fuller of Chalvington, co. Sussex, 
the relict, and the Rev. John Coker Egerton 
of Burwash, co. Sussex, the Exors. 



=Eleanor Susanna, 4th dau. of Samuel Fortnom Cox 
of Sandford Park, co. Oxford, formerly Captain ist 
Life Guards, by Mary Emily his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. Sir Robert Sheffield of Normanby Park, 
Brigg, CO. Lincoln, 3rd Bart. ; bom 23 October 
1828 ; marr. at Rugby, co. Warwick (by the Rev. 
Alfred William Wilson, Rector of Sedgebrook, co. 
Lincoln), on Wednesday, 28 June 1854; died at 
15 Royal Crescent, Ramsgate, co. Kent, 11 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at Chalvington 18 February 1889. Will 
dated 16 August 1882, proved at Canterbury 13 
May 1889, by Mabel Grace Fuller of 15 Royal 
Crescent, Ramsgate, co. Kent, the daughter, and 
the Rev. Edward Percy Boys Smith of Ranscombe 
Villas, Havant, co. Sussex, the nephew, the Exors. 



Agnes Ursula, bom at the Rectory, Chalvington, 
on Saturday, 4 March, bapt. there 16 April 
1865 ; died at Ganley Bridge, Fayette County, 
West Virginia, U.S.A., 23 August 1889. Admon 
was granted at the Principal Registry 28 No- 
vember 1889, to Mabel Grace Fuller of 15 Royal 
Crescent, Ramsgate, co. Kent, the sister, one of 
the next of kin. 

Philip Reginald Fuller, born at the Rectory, 
Chalvington, on Monday, 21 January, bapt. at 
Chalvington 24 February 1867. 



Eleanor Rosamond, born at the Rectory, 
Chalvington, on Saturday, 16 January, bapt. 
there 21 February 1869. 



John Trayton Fuller, born at the Rectory, 
Chalvington, on Tuesday, 27 December 1870, 
bapt. there 5 February 1871; died at Long 
Valley, Kelsey Ville, Lake County, California, 
U.S.A., 28 January 1890. Admon was granted 
at the Principal Registry 28 April 1890, to 
Mabel Grace Fuller of 15 Royal Crescent, 
Ramsgate, co. Kent, the sister, and one of 
the next of kin. 



Maria Ursula, born 19 March 1832 ; marr. at East 
Grinstead, co. Sussex (by the Rev. John Netherton 
Harward, the Vicar), on Thursday 14 July 1853, 
Samuel Henry Fortnom Cox of Sandford Park, 
CO. Oxford (son of Samuel Fortnom Cox of 
Sandford Park, formerly Captain ist Life Guards, 
by Mary Emily his wife, dau. of the Rev. Sir 
Robert Sheffield of Normanby Park, Brigg, co. 
Lincoln, 3rd Bart); born i June 1824. He 
marr. istly, at Over Worton, co. Oxford (by the 
Rev. William Wilson, junior. Vicar of Banbury, 
CO. Oxford), on Friday, 17 January 1851, Fanny 
Mary, youngest dau. of the Rev. William Wilson 
of Over Worton House ; died, aged 20, on 
Monday, 12 January 1852. He died at Daniel 
Terrace, Truro, co. Cornwall, aged 54, 13 
December 1878, and was bur. at St. Columb, 
CO. Cornwall. AdEBon was granted at the 
Principal Registry 8 November 1879, to Emily 
May Archer (wife of George William Archer of 
4 St. Mark's Crescent, Sheffield), the daughter, 
and one of the next of kin. 



Clara Agnes, born in London 26 March 
1835, and bapt. at Lingfield, co. Surrey; 
marr. at Christ Church, Ramsgate (by the 
Rev. Trayton Fuller, Rector of Chalvington, 
assisted by the Rev. Gerard Lewis), on 
Thursday, 28 December 1865, Thomas 
Backhouse Sandwith, C.B. (son of Humphry 
Sandwith of Hull, M.D., by Jane his wife); 
born in London 10 March 1831 ; of 
St. Catharine's College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1856; Consul at Crete 1870-85, Consul at 
Tunis 1885-88, Consul-General at Odessa 
1888-91; created C.B. 1897; died at Hall 
Lands, Nutfield, co. Surrey, aged 69, 24 April 
1900, and cremated at Woking, co. Surrey. 
Admon (with will dated on or about 25 
August 1896) was granted (Prin. Reg., 1224, 
1900) 10 August 1900, to Clara Agnes 
Sandwith, the relict. 



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WLdoi, 



Henry Wood of Croft, co. York (son= 
of Richard Wood of Ellerton, co. 
York, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
John Hildreth); born 27 December 
1779; died, aged 70, i September, 
bur. at Bolton-on-Swale, co. York, 
5 September 1850. 



=Ann, dau. of William Booth of Wathcote, 
CO. York, by Mary his wife, dau. of Charles 
Middleton; born 28 June 1787; marr. at 
Easby, co. York, 24 October 1826; died at 
12 Rye Terrace, Peckham Rye, co. Surrey, 
aged 88, on Saturday, 11 March, bur. in 
Camberwell Cemetery, East Dulwich, co. 
Surrey, 15 March 1876. M.I. 



William Richard Wood of 
Glebe, Champion Hill, co. Surrey ; 
born 10 August, bapt. privately 13 
August 1827 (baptism registered at 
Croft). 



The=[=Mary Ann, dau. of Peter Graham 
of Perth, by Margaret Robertson his 
wife; born 26 August 1838, and bapt. 
at Perth; marr. there 19 April i866; 
died at The Glebe, Champion Hill, 
aged 36, on Saturday, 14 November, 
bur. in Camberwell Cemetery, East 
Dulwich, 18 November 1874. M.I. 



Elizabeth, born 28 
May, bapt. pri- 
vately I June 1830 
(baptism registered 
at Croft). 



Graham Wood of 176 Denmark= 
Hill, CO. Surrey (only child) ; horn 
at Clifton Villa, Peckham Rye, 
on Sunday, 27 January, bapt. at 
St. John's, East Dulwich, 20 Feb- 
ruary 1867; educated at King's 
College, London. 



=01ive Frances, eldest dau. of William George Clayton Wade, 
by OHvia Blanche his wife, 6th dau. of Anthony O'Reilly 
of Baltrasna, co. Meath, J. P. ; born at Rockfield, co. Wick- 
low, 27 October 1870, bapt. at Dunganstown, co. Wicklow, 
8 January 187 1 ; marr. at Rathfarnham, co. Dublin (by the 
Rev. James Sandys Bird), on Wednesday, i August 1894; 
died at 176 Denmark Hill, aged 29, on Tuesday, 27 March, 
cremated at Woking, co. Surrey, 31 March 1900. M.I. 



Christopher William Graham Wood, born 18 February, bapt. privately 
10 March, and received into the Church at Camden Church, 
Camberwell, co. Surrey, 26 October 1900. 



Annie, born 29 March, 
bapt. at St. John's, East 
Dulwich, 17 April 1863; 
died, aged 37, on Wed- 
nesday, 22 August, bur. 
in Camberwell Cemetery, 
East Dulwich, 25 August 
1900. M.I. Adifion was 
granted at the Principal 
Registry 4 October 1900, 
to James Greig Wood, 
the brother. 



James Greig Wood, born at 10= 
The Terrace, Peckham Rye, on 
Wednesday, 30 March, bapt. 
at St. John's, East Dulwich, 
28 April 1864; educated at 
Lycde de Versailles, France. 




=Mattie, 2nd dau. of Adam Murray 
of Kersal, Manchester ; born there 
2 March 1865; marr. at St. Philip's, 
South Kensington, London (by the 
Rev. Foster Elliott of Mount Street 
Chapel, Grosvenor Square, Lon- 
don, assisted by the Rev. George 
Hubert Andrews, Chaplain to 
H.M. Forces at Aldershot, and the 
Rev. William Smale, the Vicar), on 
Wednesday, 13 November 1889. 



Evelyn Mary Greig, born at 
Aysgarth, Palace Road, Streat- 
ham Hill, co. Surrey, on 
Monday, 15 September, bapt. 
at Christ' Church, Streatham 
Hill, 2 November 1890. 



Stewart Murray Wood, born 
at Aysgarth, Palace Road, 
Streatham Hill, on Saturday, 
28 May, bapt. at Christ Church, 
Streatham Hill, 19 June 1892. 



Madeleine, born at Aysgarth, 
Palace Road, Streatham, on 
Wednesday, 1 7 February, 
bapt. at Christ Church, 
Streatham Hill, 28 March 
1897. 



Catherine Elizabeth, =j=Henry Wood of Streatham Hill, co.=j=Lily, youngest dau. of William 



only dau. of George 
Leask of Aberdeen, 
by Katherine Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. of 
James Greig ; born 
27 January 1835; 
marr. at St. James', 
Aberdeen (by the 
Rev. J. B. Wren- 
ford) on Thursday, 
5 June 1862 ; died, 
aged 37, on Wednes- 
day, 10 January, 
bur. in Camber- 
well Cemetery, East 
Dulwich, CO. Surrey, 
18 January 1872. 
I St wife. 



Surrey; born 4 November 1832, bapt. 
privately the same day (baptism 
registered at Croft, co. York) ; died, 
aged 67, 9 February, bur. in Cam- 
berwell Cemetery, East Dulwich, 
13 February 1900. M.I. Will dated 
21 July 1881, with codicil dated 
16 November 1899, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 843, 1900) 2 May 1900, by 
William Richard Wood, James Greig 
Wood and Graham Wood, the Exors. 



Starr Gough of Camberwell, co. 
Surrey, by Katherine his wife, 
dau. of John Brown of Liver- 
pool ; born II August 1844; 
marr. at St. Giles', Camberwell, 
on Tuesday, 14 September 1875 ; 
died, aged 32, on Wednesday, 
3 January, bur. in Camberwell 
Cemetery, East Dulwich, 6 
January 1877. M.I. 2nd wife. 



_ 



Lillie Amy, born at Lawn House, Peckham Rye, 
CO. Surrey, on Friday, 15 December 1876, bapt. 
at St. John's, East Dulwich, 21 January 1877. 



Catherine Elizabeth, 
born at 10 The 
Terrace, Peckham 
Rye, on Sunday, 11 
June, bapt. at St. 
John's, EastDulwich, 
17 August 1865. 



Henry Matthew Wood,= 
born at I o The Terrace, 
Peckham Rye, on Wed- 
nesday, 19 September, 
bapt. at St. John's, East 
Dulwich, 2 November 
1866; educated at King's 
College, London. 



=Letitia Maud, 2nd dau. of Thomas Carmon of 
Garlags, Stockbridge, co. Hants ; born at 
Houghton, CO. Hants, 25 April, bapt. there (by 
the Rev. Philip Hankinson) 21 May 1870; marr. 
at St. George's, Hanover Square, London (by 
the Rev. Alfred Woodin, Rector of Broughton, 
CO. Hants, assisted by the Rev. David Anderson, 
the Vicar, and the Rev. Stanley Hassall 
Woodin), on Saturday, 26 April 1902. 



William Richard Wood,= 
born 23 December 1867, 
bapt. at St. John's, East 
Dulwich, 24 January 
1868; educated at King's 
College, London, and at 
Poly tech nikum, Ziirich, 
Switzerland. 



=Elizabeth Barclay, 2nd dau. of Thomas Walker of Mary Graham, 
Lavender Bay, New South Wales, by Jane Miller born 18 Feb- 
Campbell his wife; born at Ararat, Victoria, Australia, ruary, bapt. 
6 June 187 1, and bapt. there; marr. at St. John's, at St. John's, 
East Dulwich (by the Rev. Foster Elliott of Mount East Dulwich, 
Street Chapel, Grosvenor Square, London, assisted 7 April 1870. 
by the Rev. William James Strickland, D.D., the 
Vicar, and the Rev. Charles Soutbey NichoU, Vicar 
of Christ Church, Streatham Hill, co. Surrey), on 
Thursday, 18 July 1895. 



Catherine Mary, born at 10 Inglis 
Road, Ealing, co. Middlesex, on 
Sunday, 23 August, bapt. at Christ 
Church, Ealing, 26 September 1896. 





Clapton. 



Jeremiah Clapton of Stamford, co.= 
Lincoln (son of Edward Clapton of 
Stamford, by Lydia his wife, dau. of 
William Dale of Great Casterton, co. 
Rutland) ; born in the parish of All 
Saints', Stamford, 20 February 1796; 
Alderman of the Borough of Stamford, 
Mayor 1867-68; died at Stamford, 
in his 75th year, on Monday, 2 May, 
bur. in Stamford Cemetery 7 May 
1870. Memorial window to his 
memory in the cemetery chapel. Will 
dated 26 February 1842, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 465, 70) 29 July 1870, by Sarah 
Harrington Clapton of Stamford, co. 
Lincoln, the sole Executrix. 



=Sarah Harrington, dau. 
of Thomas Laxton, by 
Sarah his ist wife, only 
dau. of John and Ann 
Pearson; born in the 
parish of St. Michael's, 
Stamford, 7 September 
1807; marr. at Tinwell, 
near Stamford, 30 
October 1827 ; died 
at St. Mary's Street, 
Stamford, aged 80, on 
Tuesday, 15 May, bur. 
in Stamford Cemetery 
19 May 1888. 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. 

Argent, on a chevron between two bells 
in chief, and a horse's head erased in base 
azure, bridled or, three pairs of hands 
couped at the wrist and in saltire proper. 

Crest. — A bay horse's head erased, bridled 
and charged with a quatrefoil or, gorged 
with a chain also or, pendent therefrom a 
bell azure. 

Motto. — Laudo et plaudo. 




Thomas Clapton, 
born in the parish 
of St. Mary's, Stam- 
ford, 26 Jan., bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Stam- 
ford, 27 Jan. 1829; 
died 18 Jan., bur. in 
St. Mary's Church- 
yard, Stamford, 22 
Jan. 185 1. 



Edward Clapton of Towercroft, Lee, co.^ 
Kent, and of St. Thomas' Street, South- 
wark, CO. Surrey ; born in the parish of 
St. Mary's, Stamford, 28 April, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Stamford, 29 April 1830; M.D., 
Lond. 1857, F.R.C.P. Lond. 1870, F.R.C.S. 
Eng.i857,F.L.S.,F.R.G.S.,F.Z.S.; formerly 
Physician to, and Lecturer on Materia 
Medica and Therapeutics at St. Thomas' 
Hospital, London (retired). 



=j=Mary, eldest dau. of John Churchill 
of Oakfield, Wimbledon Park, co. 
Surrey, J.P., by Georgiana his wife, 
eldest dau. of Joseph Toussaint of 
Feltham, co. Middlesex; born 18 
May 1834; marr. at St. Mary's, 
Wimbledon (by the Rev. Canon 
Henry William Haygarth), on 
Tuesday, 11 February 1862. 



Rev. Edward Louis Churchill Clapton, born at= 
I Torrington Villas, Lee, on Saturday, 25 April, 
bapt. at Bonchurch, Isle of Wight, 9 August 1863 ; 
educated at Harrow and at New College, Oxford, 
matriculated 10 December 1881, aged r8, B.A. 
1885, M.A. 1888; Ordained Deacon 1886, Priest 
1887 (by the Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol), 
Curate-in-Charge of St. Matthew's, Lavender Hill, 
Battersea, CO. Surrey, i889-9i,Vicarof St. Michael's, 
Wandsworth Common, co. Surrey, 1891-1900, 
Rector of St. Margaret's, Lee, since 1900. 



•May Vivian, 2nd dau. of George William 
Keeling of 10 Lansdown Terrace, Cheltenham, 
CO. Gloucester, J. P., Civil Engineer, by Charlotte 
Campbell his wife, youngest dau. of Joseph 
Vivian of Roseworthy, co. Cornwall ; born 1 7 
May, bapt. at St. Mary's, Lydney, co. Gloucester, 
17 June 1867; marr. at Christ Church, Chelten- 
ham (by the Rev. Christopher Venn Childe, the 
Vicar, assisted by the Rev. the Hon*''^ Adolphus 
Henry Tuthill Massey, Vicar of All Saints', 
Bromsgrove, co. Worcester, and the Rev. Charles 
Edward Dighton, Vicar of Maisemore, co. 
Gloucester), on Wednesday, 23 April 1890. 



Edward Vivian Clapton, born at St. Michael's 
House, Wandsworth Common, on Sunday, 
17 July, bapt. at St. Michael's, Wandsworth 
Common, 14 August 1892. 



May Churchill, born at St. Michael's House, 
Wandsworth Common, on Tuesday, 3 July, 
bapt. at St. Michael's, Wandsworth Common, 
29 July 1894. 



Mary Lowe Laxton, bom 
in the parish of St. Mary's, 
Stamford, co. Lincoln, 
25 December 1831, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Stamford, 
24 January 1832. 



Arthur Clapton, 
born at 2 Peter's 
Hill, Doctors' 
Commons, Lon- 
don, on Thurs- 
day, 19 February, 
bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Paul's 
Wharf, London, 
17 March 1863. 



William Clapton of 4 Queen= 
Street Place, London; born 
in the parish of St. Mary's, 
Stamford, 27 August, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Stamford, i 
October 1833; L.S.A. 1858, 
M.R.C.S. 1857, F.R.C.S. 
Eng. i860. 



=Mary Jane, youngest dau. of Edward 
Hall of Wansford, co. Northampton, 
by Sarah his wife, only child of 
William Goodliff of Oundle, co. 
Northampton ; bom at Sibberton 
Lodge, Thornhaugh, co. North- 
ampton, 28 August 1834, and bapt. 
there privately; marr. at Wansford 
on Thursday, 2 January 1862. 



Rev. Ernest Clapton, born at= 
2 Peter's Hill, Doctors' Com- 
mons, on Sunday, 6 November 
1864, bapt. privately the same 
day (baptism registered at St. 
Peter's, Paul's Wharf, London); 
educated at Merchant Taylors' 
School, and Scholar of Mag- 
dalen College, Cambridge (2nd 
class Classical Tripos, parts I. 
and n., 1886 and 1887), B.A. 
1886, M.A. 1892 ; Vicar of 
Stebbing, co., Essex, since May 
1901. 



=Margaret Jane, eldest dau. of Robert Snaith 
Hichens of St. Ives, co. Cornwall, formerly 
of the Hon'''= East India Co.'s Service, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Henry Hooper 
Wilton of Eastington, co. Gloucester ; bom 
at Madras, India, 25 August 1854, and 
bapt. there privately; marr. at St. Mary's, 
Cheltenham, co. Gloucester (by the Rev. 
Charles Turner Wilton, assisted by the 
Rev. Abraham Henry Herbert Palmer), 
on Wednesday, 20 July 1892. 



Arthur Clapton, born at Western 
Lodge, Cheltenham, on Wednes- 
day, 3 May, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Cheltenham, i8 June 1893. 



John Clapton, born at Western Lodge, 
Cheltenham, on Monday, 6 May, bapt. 
there privately, and received into the 
church at St. Peter's, Cheltenham, 
20 May 1895. 



Ethel May, born at i Torrington Villas, Lee, co. Kent, on Thursday, 4 August, bapt. there 
privately 20 August 1864, and received into the church at Holy Trinity, Lee, 30 March 1867 ; 
marr. there (by the Rev. Benjamin Walter Bucke, the Vicar, assisted by the Rev. Edward Louis 
Churchill Clapton, Vicar of St. Michael's, Wandsworth Common, co. Surrey, brother of the 
bride, and the Rev. Josias Grant Mills, Hospitaller of St. Thomas' Hospital, London), on 
Tuesday, 10 November 1891, the Rev. Edward Travers Clark (youngest son of Frederick Le 
Gros Clark of Sevenoaks, co. Kent, Consulting Surgeon at St. Thomas' Hospital, formerly 
President of the Royal College of Surgeons, F.R.S., by Henrietta his wife, 2nd dau. of Henry 
Andrew Drummond) ; born on Tuesday, 26 January, bapt. at St. Margaret's, Lee, 13 April 
1864; of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1887, M.A. 189T ; Vicar of St. Thomas', Southwark, 
CO. Surrey, 1896-98, Curate-in-Charge of St. Aldate's, Gloucester, from 1898, Chaplain to 
Salters' Company, and Diocesan Missioner of the Diocese of Gloucester. 



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Sarah, born in the parish of St. Mary's, Stamford, co. Lincoln, 19 April, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Stamford, 18 May 1836 ; marr. at St. Mary Aldermary, London (by the Rev. William 
Pennefather, Incumbent Of St. Jude's, Mildmay Park, co. Middlesex, assisted by the Rev. Lewis 
Borrett White, the Rector), on Tuesday, 26 October 1869, Charles Edward Faithfull (2nd son 
of Edward Williams Faithfull of Winchester, co. Hants, by Mary Anne his wife, dau. of General 
Faithfull of the Hon'''* East India Co.'s Service); born at Winchester 30 January 1848, bapt. 
at Paragon Road Chapel, London, 11 March 1868; educated at Winchester; a Missionary. 



Adeline, bom at 30 Queen Street, Cheapside, London, on Friday, 
27 July, bapt. at St. Mary's, Spitalfields, London, 17 August 1866; 
marr. at St. Michael and All Angels', Stonebridge Park, co. Middlesex 
(by the Rev. John Harford-Battersby, brother of the bridegroom, assisted 
by the Rev. Ernest Clapton, brother of the bride), on Wednesday, 1 2 
April 1893, Charles Forbes Harford-Battersby (youngest son of the 
Rev. Thomas Dundas Harford-Battersby, Vicar of St. John's, Keswick, 
CO. Cumberland, and Hon. Canon of Carlisle, by Mary his wife, dau. 
of George Forbes of Edinburgh) ; born at St. John's Parsonage, 
Keswick, on Saturday, 31 December 1864, bapt. at St. John's, Keswick, 
5 February 1865 ; educated at Repton and at Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. (2nd Class Nat. Sc. Tripos) 1886, M.A. 1892, M.B., 
B.C. 1889, M.D. 1892, and at St. Thomas' Hospital, London; 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Lond. 1889, F.R.G.S., F.R.C.I. ; by Deed Poll 
dated 6 May, and enrolled in the Supreme Court of Judicature 12 
May 1902, Dr. Charles Forbes Harford has discontinued the surname 
of Battersby. =j= 

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Alice, born at 30 
Queen Street, Cheap- 
side, London, 10 July, 
bapt. at St. Mary 
Aldermary, London, 
30 July 1868. 



William Clapton, born 
at 30 Queen Street, 
Cheapside, London, i 
January, bapt. at St. 
Mary Aldermary, Lon- 
don, 26 June 1870. 



Ella Robertson, born at 6 Lansdown Villas, Lee, co. 
Kent, on Tuesday, 21 August 1866, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Lee, 30 March 1867 ; died at 6 Lansdown 
Villas, Lee, aged 7 years and 9 months, on Saturday, 
23 May, bur. in the cemetery at Stamford 28 May 1874. 



Florence, born at 6 Lansdown Villas, 
Lee, on Thursday, 21 April, died 
there, aged 30 hours, on Friday, 22 
April, and bur. in the cemetery at 
Stamford 27 April 1870. 



Maud Mary de Merveilleux, born at 
Croydon, co. Surrey, on Friday, i Novem- 
ber, registered at Croydon 25 November 
1867 ; marr. at Manvers Hall, Bath, co. 
Somerset, 5 January 1897, George Davis 
of Corso i Poniente 10, La Carolina, 
Province de Jaen, Spain (son of David 
William Davis of Barnstaple, co. Devon, 
by Elizabeth his wife, youngest dau. of 
Edward Baker of Barnstaple); born at 
Swansea, co. Glamorgan, 12 January, 
registered at Swansea 17 February 1864. 



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Elizabeth, born at Navarino Road, Hackney, co. 
Middlesex, 2 April, registered at Hackney 11 May 
1869, bapt. as an adult at Clapton Hall, co. 
Middlesex, 24 March 1880 ; marr. at Manvers Hall, 
Bath, on Wednesday, 30 April 1890, William 
Thomas Chesterman of Bath (son of Ezekiel 
Bickham Chesterman of Sheffield, co. York, by 
Ann Greaves his wife, dau. of James Chesterman 
of Sheffield) ; born at Rockingham Street, Sheffield, 
13 January, registered at Sheffield 26 February 
1856, bapt. as an adult at Cavendish Street Meeting 
Room, Sheffield, in August 1870 ; educated at 
Sheffield and Chesterfield ; admitted a Sohcitor 
21 March 1881. =r 



Mary Jane, dau. of John= 
George de Merveilleux 
of Stamford, co. Lincoln, 
by Anne Maria his wife, 
dau. of Robert Leeson 
of Nottingham ; born in 
the parish of St. Mary's, 
Stamford, 1 1 January 
183 s, bapt. as an adult 
at St. Mary's, Stamford, 
22 June 1852 ; marr. at 
West Street Chapel, 
Croydon, co. Surrey (by 
the Rev. Joseph Charles 
Philpot), 13 December 
1866; died 23 March, 
bur. in Abney Park 
Cemetery,co. Middlesex, 
29 March 1875. ist wife. 



=Henry Clapton of 8= 
Widcombe Crescent, 
Bath, CO. Somerset; 
born in the parish of 
St. Mary's, Stamford, 
2 1 February, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Stamford, 
21 March 1838; of 
the Civil Service 
Statistical Depart- 
ment H.M. Customs 
(retired May 1882). 



=Frances Elizabeth, only dau. of Henry Holland 
of Stoke Newington, co. Middlesex, Common 
Councillor for the City of London, by Frances 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Robert Eling Hobbs 
of the parish of St. Luke's, Old Street, 
London; born in the parish of St. Luke's 
13 November 1831, bapt. at Hare Court 
Independent Chapel, Aldersgate Street, Lon- 
don, 19 February 1832 ; marr. at the Brethren 
Mission Hall, Paragon Road, Hackney, co. 
Middlesex, on Wednesday, 11 June 1879. 
2nd wife. 



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Margaret, born at Hackney Ruth, born at Hackney i6 August, Esther, born at Hackney 

II June, registered there registered there 8 September 187 1 ; 7 February, registered 

14 July 1870. died 18 June, bur. in Abney Park there 22 February 1875. 

Cemetery 22 June 1872. 



Sophia, born in the parish of St. 
Mary's, Stamford, 22 June, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Stamford, 20 July 1839. 



Eliza, born in the parish of St. 
Mary's, Stamford, 24 May, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Stamford, 20 June 
1841 ; died at St. Mary's Street, 
Stamford, aged 41, on Monday, 
1 1 December, bur. in the cemetery 
at Stamford 16 December 1882. 



Ann, born in the parish of St. 
Mar/s, Stamford, 5 May, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Stamford, 30 May 1843 ; 
died at St. Martin's, Stamford, 
aged 47, on Friday, 24 October, 
bur. in the cemetery at Stamford 
29 October 1890. 



Amelia, born in the parish 
of St. Mary's, Stamford, 14 
November, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Stamford, 25 December 
1844; died at St. Mary's 
Street, Stamford, aged 25, on 
Tuesday, 1 1 October, bur. in 
the cemetery at Stamford 
15 October 1870. 



Jeremiah Clapton, born in 
the parish of St. Mary's, 
Stamford, 8 January, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Stamford, 2 
February 1847; died 15 Feb- 
ruary, bur. in St. Mary's 
Churchyard, Stamford, 18 
February 1847. 



Alfred Clapton, born in the 
parish of St. Mary's, Stam- 
ford, 2 February, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Stamford, 4 April 
1848; died, aged 20, on 
Friday, 1 4 February, bur. in 
the cemetery at Stamford 
20 February 1868. 



Arthur Clapton, born in 
the parish of St. Mary's, 
Stamford, 23 April, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Stamford, 
21 May 1850; died 21 
January, bur. in the ceme- 
tery at Stamford 24 January 
1856. 



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Henry Sampson Fry of London, formerly of Hampton Bishop, co.= 
Hereford (only son of Joseph Fry of Great Marlow, co. Buckingham, 
formerly of Gloucester, M.D., by Susanna Catherine his wife, dau. of 
John Henry Guinand, by Elizabeth his 2nd wife) ; born at Sunbury, 
CO. Middlesex, 2 February, bapt. there 18 February 1755 ; marr. as 
his 2nd wife, at St. George's, Bloomsbury, London, 31 January 1805, 
Margaret Tyers, dau. of John Wood of Kennington, co. Surrey, by 
Elizabeth his wife; born in 1757; died s.p., aged 63, 18 September, bur. at 
Hampton Bishop 22 September 1820. He died 9 October, and was bur. 
at Newent, co. Gloucester, 15 October 1827. Will dated 26 October 
1826, with codicil dated 13 September 1826, proved (P.CC, 641 Beder) 
27 November 1827, by Joseph James Fry, the son, and Hawley 
Clutterbuck, two of the EXors. Power reserved to Susanna Fry, spinster, 
the daughter, the other Exor. 




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Catharine Susarma, 
2nd dau. of Charles 
Rebotier of London, 
by Magdalene his 
wife, dau. of John 
Henry Guinand, by 
Elizabeth his wife ; 
born 31 July, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Stoke 
Newington, co. Mid- 
dlesex, 1 1 August 
1766; marr. there 
by licence 25 Sep- 
tember 1788; died 
at Stoke Newington 
3 October, bur. at 
St. Mary's, Stoke 
Newington, 10 Oc- 
tober 1793. ist wife. 



Joseph James Fry of Reading, co.= 
Berks ; born at Charterhouse 
Square, London, 5 August, bapt. at 
St. Botolph's, Aldersgate, London, 
18 September 1789 ; died s.p. at 
Reading, aged 75, 28 June, bur. in 
the cemetery there i July 1864. 




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'Elizabeth Mallock, dau. 
of William Goodwyn of 
Tetbury, co. Gloucester ; 
born at Tetbury 12 
March, bapt. there 24 
April 1804 ; marr. at 
Tormohun, co. Devon, 
30 March 1842; died at 
Clifton, CO. Gloucester, 
aged 73, on Monday, 
1 1 March, bur. at Portis- 
head, co. Somerset, 15 
March 1878. 



Susanna, born at Charterhouse 
Square, London, 3 September, 
bapt. at St. Botolph's, Aldersgate, 
London, 7 October 1790; died 
unmarried at 8 Woodhill, Portis- 
head, 26 December, bur. there 
31 December 1884. Will dated 
21 November 1873, with two 
codicils dated respectively 16 
January 1874 and 14 February 
1878, proved (Prin. Reg., 230, 
85) 28 March 1885, by Henry 
Ambrose Fry of 172 Edmund 
Street, Birmingham, and Alex- 
ander Fry of 8 Great Winchester 
Street, in the City of London, 
the nephew, the Exors. 



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Edward Winne Fry of Thornhill House, Handsworth,. 
near Birmingham, formerly of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil ; 
born at Charterhouse Square, London, 12 April, bapt. 
at St. Botolph's, Aldersgate, London, 24 May 1792; 
died at Thornhill House, Handsworth, aged 57, on 
Wednesday, 30 May, bur. at St. Mary's, Handsworth, 
5 June 1849. Will dated 7 September 1848, with 
codicil dated 12 April 1849, proved (P.C.C, 435, 49) 
29 June 1849, by Joseph Tully, and Henry Ambrose 
Fry and Alexander Fry, the sons, the Exors. 



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=Esther, dau. of Henry Davis, by Jane 
his wife ; born 2 7 November, bapt. at 
St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, London, 27 
December 1785 ; marr. at Marstow, 
CO. Hereford, 11 June 1816 ; died at 
Calthorpe Cottage, St. James' Road, 
Edgbaston, co. Warwick, in her 98th 
year, on Friday, 28 September, bur. 
at St. Mary's, Handsworth, 4 October 
1883. Will dated 12 September 1871, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 969, 83) 28 De- 
cember 1883, by Henry Ambrose Fry 
of Edmund Street, Birmingham, and 
Alexander Fry of 8 Great Winchester 
Street, in the City of London, the 
sons, two of the Exors. 



Henry Ambrose Fry of Edgbaston, co. Warwick ;= 
born at Rio de Janeiro 10 May, bapt. at the 
English church there 16 May 1817 ; died at 
15 York Road, Edgbaston, 3 January, bur. in the 
General Cemetery, Leamington, co. Warwick, 
6 January 1900. Will dated 12 January 1893, 
proved at Birmingham i February 1900, by 
Edward Alexander Mercy Fry, the son, the 
sole Exor. 



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=EmiIy Ann, 3rd dau. 
of Charles Mercy of 
Stoke Newington, co. 
Middlesex, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of William 
Blagrove of Abingdon, 
CO. Berks ; born at 
Charmouth, co. Dorset, 
21 April, bapt., there 
12 August 181 7; marr. 
at Stoke Newington 
on Wednesday, 6 
March 1844 ; died at 
Leamington, aged 74, 
on Thursday, 22 De- 
cember, bur. in the 
General Cemetery at 
Leamington, 26 De- 
cember r892. 



Joseph Eyles Fry, 
born at Rio de 
Janeiro ti March, 
and died there 18 
March 18 19. 



Edward Fry, born 
at Rio de Janeiro 
12 April, and died 
there 5 May 1820. 



Susanna Blanche, born at St. George's Crescent, 
Birmingham, 12 December 1844, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Birmingham, 4 February 1845 5 marr. at St. Chad's 
Cathedral, Birmingham (by the Very Rev. Peter 
Mackey), on Wednesday, 17 May 1871, Edward 
Mackey of 56 Lansdowne Place, Hove, co. Sussex (son 
of Edward ^Valter Mackey of Erdington, co. Warwick, 
by Jane his wife, dau. of James Leech of Salford, co. 
Lancaster) ; born 15 July 1841, and bapt. at Aston, co. 
Warwick ; educated at Queen's College, Birmingham ; 
M.R.C.S. Eng. 1864, L.R.C.P. Edin. 1865, M.B. 
1867, M.D. Lond. 1874, M.R.C.P. Lond. 1875. 



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Emily Josephine, born at St. George's 
Crescent, Birmingham, 17 April, 
bapt. at St. Paul's, Birmingham, 10 
May 1848; died unmarried at 25 
Beauchamp Avenue, Leamington, 
9 September, bur. in the General 
Cemetery, Leamington, 14 Septem- 
ber 1 89 1. Admon was granted at 
Birmingham 26 October 1891, to 
Henry Ambrose Fry of 172 Edmund 
Street, in the City of Birmingham, 
the father, and next of kin. 



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Alexander Fry of=Caxoline Davis, 4th dau. 

Thornhill House, of Charles Mercy of Stoke 
Newington, co. Middlesex, 
by Mary his wife, dau. 
of William Blagrove ■ of 
Abingdon, co. Berks; born 
at Charmouth, co. Dorset, 
7 June 181 8, bapt. at 
Ashill, CO. Somerset, 13 
August 1820 ; marr. at 
Stoke Newington (by the 
Rev. Archdale Wilson 
Tayler) on Monday, 17 
April 1843; dieds.p., aged 
78, on Wednesday, 8 July, 
bur. at Bournemouth, co. 
Hants, II July 1896. 



Dulwich Wood 
Park, CO. Surrey ; 
born at Pencraig, 
in the parish of 
Marstow, co. Here- 
ford, 10 Sept. 
182 1, and bapt. 
there privately the 
same day. 



Catherine Jane, born at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 
13 June, bapt. at the English church there 
16 July 1823; marr. at the parish church, 
Edgbaston, co. Warwick, 30 October 1852, 
Joseph Royle Shore (son of Joseph Shore, by 
Sarah his wife, dau. of John Williams of 
Birmingham); born 5 February 1828; died at 
Calthorpe Cottage, St. James' Road, Edgbaston, 
aged 62, 24 November, bur. at the parish 
church, Edgbaston, 28 November 1890. Will 
dated 20 June 1879, with two codicils dated 
respectively 12 August 1879 and 13 September 
1880, proved at Birmingham 9 December 
1890, by Samuel Royle Shore of i Newhall 
Street, in the City of Birmingham, the son, one 
of the surviving Exors. She died at Frederick 
Road, Edgbaston, 2 March, and was bur. at the 
parish church, Edgbaston, 6 March 1895. 

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Edward Alexander Mercy Fry of=f=Harriette Elizabeth, dau. of Edward John Woollett of 



Birmingham ; born at Charlotte 
Road, Edgbaston, i May, bapt. at 
St. Luke's, Birmingham, 25 May 
1853- 



Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, by Marianne Philippe his wife, 
dau. of James Henry Arthur ; born at Nantes, France, 
20 November 1850; marr. at the British Embassy, Paris 
(by the Rev. John Cunningham Geikie, D.D.), on 
Thursday, 21 October 1880. 



Ren^e Winne, born at Yarty, King's 
Norton, co. Worcester, on Sunday, 
5 April, bapt. at King's Norton 
10 May 1885. 



Henry Alexander Russell Fry, born at 
Yarty, King's Norton, on Wednesday, 
12 October, bapt. there 20 November 
1887. 



Susan Mary, born at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 
lo June, bapt. at the English church there 17 June 
1825 ; marr. at Rio de Janeiro 14 October 1850, 
Francis Charles Miers of Beckenham, co. Kent 
(son of John Miers of Kensington, London, by 
Annie his wife, dau. of Francis Place) ; born at 
Concon, Chili, 30 June, bapt. privately at Quintero, 
Mexico, 17 October 1821, and received into the 
church at St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, London. 

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Joseph Forrest Fry=f=Julia 
of Upton, near 
Didcot, CO. Berks, 
formerly of Rio de 
Janeiro ; born at 
Rio de Janeiro 4 
August, bapt. at 
the English church 
there 1 2 August 
1828. 



Anne, dau. of 
Samuel Delagrange 
Williams of Edgbas- 
ton, CO. Warwick, by 
Ann Phillips his wife; 
born 2 2 January 1827; 
marr. at the parish 
church, Edgbaston, 
II August 1855. 



Samuel Fry of=j=Mary Elizabeth, dau. of James 



Southcot Lodge, 
Reading, co. 
Berks ; born at 
Rio de Janeiro 
26 April 1857, 
and bapt. there. 



Corbett, by Amelia Priest his 
wife ; born 26 April, bapt. at 
St. Thomas', Birmingham, 20 
May i860; marr. at Northfield, 
CO. Worcester (by the Rev. 
Charles Mansfield Owen, Vicar 
of St. George's, Edgbaston), on 
Tuesday, 15 September 1885. 



Edward Sidney Fry^ 
of Birmingham ; 
born at Rio de 
Janeiro 5 May 
1858, and bapt. 
there. 



Joseph Laurence Fry, born 
at Beckenham, co. Kent, 
II February, bapt. at St. 
George's, Beckenham, 7 
May 1887. 



Edward Meaburn Fry, born at 
The Holmwood, Shortlands, 
CO. Kent, on Monday, 31 
March, bapt. at St. George's, 
Beckenham, 8 May 1890. 



=Catherine Emily, 2nd 
dau. of Francis Charles 
Miers of Eden Cottage, 
Beclcenham, by Susan 
Mary his wife, dau. of 
Edward Winne Fry of 
Rio de Janeiro ; born 
at Rio de Janeiro 29 
May 1856, and bapt. 
there ; marr. at St. 
Mary's, Shortlands 

(by the Rev. Henry 
Francklyn WoUey, the 
Vicar), on Saturday, 
26 June 1886. 



Esther Catherine Miers, born at Susan Mary, born at 55 

7 Charlotte Road, Edgbaston, Wheeley's Road, Edgbaston, 

on Saturday, 21 May, bapt. on Sunday, 10 April, bapt. 

at St. James', Edgbaston, 25 at St. James', Edgbaston, 

June 1887. 23 May 1892. 



Josephine, born at 55 Wheeley's 
Road, Edgbaston, on Thursday, 
5 September, bapt. at St. James', 
Edgbaston, 9 October 1895. 



Joseph Fry of Birmingham ; born at Rio de Esther Felicia, born at Rio de Janeiro 2 April 

Janeiro 12 August 1859, and bapt. there. 1866, and bapt. there. 

Caroline Sophia, born at York Road, Edgbaston, Susanna, born at Petropolis, Province of Rio 

30 May 1861, bapt. at St. John's, Ladywood, de Janeiro, 16 January 1868, bapt. at St. 

Birmingham, 19 June 1861. George's, Edgbaston, 14 September 1876, 



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SHERBORNE. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Quarterly : Argent 
and gules, in the 2nd and 3rd quarters a fret or, a 
crescent for difference. 

Crest. — A plume of five ostrich feathers, argent, azure, or, 
vert and purpura. 

Sicpporters. — Two wolves argent, collared azure, thereon three 
garbs or. 

Motto. — Servabo fidem. 



^fjerborne. 



John Dutton, Baron Sherborne (only son of James Ddtton= 
[formerly Naper], M.P. for co. Gloucester 1780, who was 
created Baron Sherborne of Sherborne, co. Gloucester, 
20 May 1784, by Elizabeth his wife, younger dau. of 
Wenman Roberts [after\<fards Coke] of Longford, co. 
Derby, and of Holkham, co. Norfolk [see Pedigree of 
Leicester, Vol. 8, page ijj] ) ; born 24 January, bapt. at 
Sherborne 23 February 1779; succeeded his father as 
2nd Baron 22 May 1820; died at Sherborne, in his 84th 
year, on Sunday, 19 October, bur. there 2^ October 1862. 
Will dated 19 March 1861, with codicil dated 25 July 
1862, proved (Prin. Reg., 627, 62) 21 November 1862, 
by the Rt. Hon'''* Charles John, Earl of Suffolk and 
Berkshire, of Charltdh, co. Wilts, the nephew, and Charles 
Frederick Bailey of Stratford Place, co. Middlesex, gent., 
two of the Exoirs. 



=Hon'''* Mary, only dau. and heiress 
of Henry, last Baron Stawel of 
Somerton, co. Somerset, by Mary 
his wife, 2nd dau. of Assheton, 
ist Viscount Curzon of Penn, co. 
Buckingham; born 22 July, bapt. 
at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, 18 August 1780; marr. 
there 11 August 1803; died at 
Bradwell Grove, co. Oxford, aged 
84, on Friday, 21 October, bur. 
at Sherborne 28 October 1864. 
AdJnon was grantefi at the Principal 
Registry 23 November 1864, to the 
Rt. Hon'''* James Henry Legge, 
Baron Sherborne of Sherborne, co. 
Gloucester, the son. 



Lady Elizabeth (his= 
cousin), eldest dau. 
of Thomas, i6th 
Earl of Suffolk and 
Berkshire, by the 
Hon'''* Elizabeth 
Jane Dutton his 
wife, eldest dau. of 
James, ist Lord 
Sherborne ; boi'n 6 
November 1803 ; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, 
London, 22 June 
1826; died, aged 
41, 29 July, bur. a:t 
Sherborne 6 August 
r84S. ist wife. 



= James Henry Legge Dutton, Baron Sherborne= 
of Sherborne, co. Gloucester ; born at 
Portugal Street, IViayfair, London, 30 May, 
bapt. at Sherborne 6 June 1804; educated 
at Eton; J.P. arid D.L. for co. Gloucester; 
Provincial Grand Master of the Freemasons, 
CO. Gloucester, 1855-80 ; succeeded his 
father as 3rd Bai'on 19 October 1862 ; died 
at Sherborne Park, aged 78, on Thursday, 
8 March, bur. at Sherborne 14 March 1883. 
Will dated 10 October 1882, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 639, 83) 23 July 1883, by the Rt. Hon'''* 
Henry John Reynolds Moreton, Earl of 
Ducie, of Tortwbrth Court, co. Gloucester, 
the Hon'''* Ralph Heneage Dutton of 
Timsbury Manor, co. Southampton, and 
Harry Shoubridge of 19 Lincoln's Inn 
Fields, CO. Middlesex, gent., the Eicors. 



=Susan Elizabeth, eldest dau. 
and coheiress (with her 
sisters, Mrs. Popham of 
Littlecote, and the Hon'''* 
Mrs. Maurice Wingfield) of 
James Block, by Susan his 
wife, dau. of Alan Wilson of 
Atholl Crescent, Edinburgh ; 
born at Kentish Town, co. 
Middlesex, on Wednesday, 
24 September 1823; marr. 
at St. Mary's, Charlton (by 
the Rev. the President of 
Magdalen College, Oxford, 
and the Rev. John Leyborne 
Popham, Rector of Chilton 
Foliatt, CO. Wilts), on Thurs- 
day, 3 September 1857. 
2nd wife. 



John William Dutton, 
born 31 August, bapt. 
at Sherborne 5 October 
1828 ; educated at Eton 
and at Balliol College, 
Oxford, matriculated 11 
December 1846, aged 
18; died 10 August, bur. 
at Gsteig, Canton of 
Berne, Switzerland, 13 
August 1850. 



Edward Lenox Dutton, Baron Sherborne= 
of Sherborne, co. Gloucester; born at 
Bibury, co. Gloucester, 23 April, bapt. at 
Sherborne 18 October 1831 ; educated 
at Harrow and at Balliol College, Oxford, 
matriculated 30 November 1849, aged 
18, B.A. 1852; J.P. for CO. Gloucester; 
succeeded his father as 4th Baron 8 March 
1883 ; Patron of Bibury and of Sherborne 
with Windrush, co. Gloucester. 



=Emily Theresa, dau. of 
Baron Hermann de Stern 
of London, by Julia his 
wife, dau. of Aaron Asher 
Goldsmid of Cavendish 
Square, London ; born 
at Cavendish Square, 
London, on Tuesday, 21 
April 1846 ; marr. at the 
Registrar's Office, Ken- 
sington, London, on 
Thursday, 5 July 1894. 



Elizabeth, bom 1 9 February, bapt. at Sherborne, 
CO. Gloucester, 27 February 1807 ; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 29 June 
1826, Henry George Francis, Earl of Ducie, 
Baron Ducie and Baron Moreton of Tortworth, 
CO. Gloucester (eldest son of Thomas Reynolds, 
I St Earl of Ducie, 4th Baron Ducie and ist 
Baron Moreton of Tortworth, by Lady Frances 
his wife, only dau. of Henry Herbert, ist Earl 
of Carnarvon); born in London 8 May 1802 ; 
educated at Eton and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge; M.P. for co. Gloucester 1831-32J 
and for East Gloucestershire 1832-35 ; a Lord- 
in-Waiting to H.M. Queen Victoria 1846-52 j 
succeeded his father as 2nd Earl 22 June 
1840; died at Tortworth Court, aged 51, on 
Thursday, 2 June, bur. at Tortworth 10 June 
1853. Will dated 4 July 1840, proved 
(P.C.C, 661, 53) I September 1853, by James 
Haughton Langston, one of the Exors. Power 
reserved to the Hon'''^ Percy Moreton, the 
brother, the other Exor. She died at 
Tortworth Court, aged 58, on Wednesday, 
15 March, and was bur. at Tortworth 20 
March 1865. Will dated 20 April 1863, with 
three codicils dated respectively 25 July 1863, 
21 September 1863 and 25 July 1864, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 241, 65) 12 April 1865, by the 
Rt. Hon*''^ Henry John, Earl of Ducie, of 
Tortworth Court, Wootton-under-Edge, co. 
Gloucester, the son, one of the Exors. 



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John Thomas Dutton= 
of Hinton House, Aires- 
ford, CO. Hants ; born 
23 August, bapt. at 
Sherborne 30 August 
1810 ; educated at 
Harrow and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 3 November 1828, 
aged 18; J. P. for co. 
Hants, High Sheriff 
1866 ; died at Hinton 
House, Alresford, aged 
73j on Sunday, 22 June 
1884, and bur. at 
Hinton, co. Hants. Will 
dated 20 May 1863, 
with two codicils dated 
respectively 3 March 
1875 and 20 June 1883, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 698, 
84) 5 September 1884, 
by the Rt. HonW« Henry 
John, Earl of Ducie, 
Baron Ducie and More- 
ton of Tortworth, co. 
Gloucester, the nephew, 
one of the Exors. 



Lady Lavfnia Agnes, 
youngest dau. of 
Thomas, 5 th Earl of 
Macclesfield, by Eliza 
his 2nd wife, youngest 
dau. of William Bre- 
ton Wolstenholme of 
Holly Hill, CO. Sussex; 
marr. at Ensham, co, 
Oxford, 19 July 1836; 
died at 16 Maddox 
Street, London, on 
Friday, 24 November, 
bur. at Hinton 28 
November 1893; Will 
dated 19 January 
1885, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 38, 94) 25 Jan- 
uary 1894, by Henry 
John Dutton, the son, 
the sole Exor. 



Julia Henrietta, 
bom at Bibury, 
CO. Gloucester, 
24 Oct. 1832, 
bapt. at Sher- 
borne 14 April 
1833- 



Emily Isabella Constance, born at Bibury 18 December 1834, bapt. at 
Sherborne 25 April 183S ; marr. at Bibury (by the Rev. Henry Snow), on 
Wednesday, 2 September 1863, as his 2nd wife, Edwm Corbett (son of 
Edwin Corbett of Tilstone Hall, Chester, by Anna his wife, dau. of John 
Blackburne of Hale, co. Lancaster, M.P. for co. Lancaster); born 
4 December 1819 ; of Trinity College, Cambndge, B.A. 1843, M.A. 
1847; Attach^ at Washington, Madrid, Paris and Copenhagen 1852-55, 
Charge d'Affaires at Florence 1858-60, Secretary of Legaf on at Stockholm 
1860-62, Frankfort 1862-65, Munich 1865-66, Chargd ^'Afi^'T^f m Central 
America 1866-72, Consul-General at Guatemala ^872-74, Minister at Berne 
1874-78, at Athens 1878-81, Minister Plenipotentiary at Rio 1881-84, and at 
Stockholm 188s till his death. He marr. istly 1 2 December 1852 Charlotte 
Ann Margaret, only dau. of Henry Edward Morritt, Captam R-A- ^ «he died 
leaving issue, 22 May 1861, and was bur. at Stockholm. He died at the 
Ssh Legation, Stockholm, on Thursday, 23 February 1888 and was W 
at Stockhdm. Will dated 8 March 1878, with four codicils dated respectively 
16 May 1884, 22 December 1884 and 7 January 1888 proved (Prin. Reg., 
414 88) 8 May 1888, by Francis Atherley of Landguard Manor, near 
Sha'nklin, in the Isle of Wight, the surviving Exor. 

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Anne Constance, born 12 September, bapt. at Sherborne, co. Gloucester, 22 December 1816; 
marr. at Sherborne Park 22 September 1846, Admiral Edward, Baron Dunsany of Dunsany 
Castle, CO. Meath, and of 7 Grosvenor Place, London, R.N. (younger son of Colonel Edward 
Wadding, 14th Baron Dunsany, Colonel Coldstream Guards, by Charlotte Louisa his ist wife, 
dau. of Nicholas, ist Baron Cloncurry) ; born at Ramsgate, co. Kent, 29 November 1808; of 
the Royal Navy, Captain 1846, Rear-Admiral 1864, Vice-Admiral 1871, Admiral 1877; in a 
conflict with pirates in the Archipelago 1826, served on the coast of Spain 1835-40; Author 
of " Gaul or Teuton " and other works ; succeeded his brother, Randall Edward, as i6th Baron, 
7 April 1852; died at 12 Robertson Terrace, Hastings, co. Sussex, aged 80, on Friday, 22 
February, bur. at Copthorne, co. Sussex, 25 February 1889. Will dated 9 February 1889, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 301, 89) 8 April 1889, by the Hon'"'^ Horace Curzon Plunkett of Crawley 
Down Park, co. Sussex, the son, and the Rt. Hon'''<= Arthur Fitz Gerald, Baron Kinnaird, 
of 50 South Audley Street, co. Middlesex, the Exors. She died at Sherborne Park, aged 41, 
on Sunday, 27 June, and was bun at Sherborne 2 July 1858. 

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Henry John Dutton of Hinton House,= 
Alresford, co. Hants ; born in London 
17 January 1847 ; entered the Army as 
Ensign ist Battalion Rifle Brigade (Prince 
Consort's Own) 16 November 1866, retired 
as Lieutenant 1876 ; J.P. for co. Hants. 



=Blanche Eleanor, 2nd dau. of Laurence Trent 
Cave of Ditcham Park, Petersfield, co. Hants, 
Captain 54th Regiment, J.P., by Lucy his wife, 
dau. of John Greenwood of Broadhanger, Peters- 
field, Q.C; born at Florence, Italy, 11 December 
1865, and bapt. at the English church there ; 
marr. at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London (by the 
Rev. Canon Henry Parry Liddon, D.D., assisted 
by the Rev. Augustus Legge, uncle of the bride), 
on Wednesday, 4 April 1888. 



Blanche Mary Stukeley, 
bom at 13 Lowndes 
Sc|uare, London, on 
Friday, 7 December 
1894, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London, 
17 January 1895. 



Ursula Mary Lavinia, 
born at Hinton House, 
Alresford, on Wed- 
nesday, 30 December 
1896, and bapt. at 
Hinton, co. Hants. 



Ralph Stawell Dutton, 
born at Hinton House, 
Alresford, on Thurs- 
day, 25 August 1898, 
and bapt. at Hinton. 



Joan Mary Sherborne, 
born at Hinton House, 
Alresford, on Monday, 
20 January 1902, and 
bapt. at Hinton. 



Louisa Eliza Lavinia, 
born 16 November, 
bapt. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, Lon- 
don, 27 December 
1850. 



Rev. Reginald George Dutton, born 20 June, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Bryanston Square, London, 29 July 1857 ; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1880, M.A. 1883; died at 38 Piccadilly, London, 
aged 29, on Tuesday, 16 November, bur. at Hinton 20 November 
1886. Will dated 28 September 1886, proved (Prin. Reg., 22, 87) 
21 January 1887, by the Rev. Paul Williams Wyatt of Harpur Place, 
CO. Bedford, the sole Exor. 



Mary Laura, born at Bibury, co. Gloucester, 
2 July, bapt. there i November 1836 ; died at 
Bibury on Saturday, 31 December 1859, and 
bur. there {no record in Register). 

James Robert Dutton, born 23 December 1838, 
and bapt. at Charlton, Malmesbury, co. Wilts; 
died at Bibury, aged 18, 14 May 1857, and bur. 
there (no record in Register). 



Rev. Frederick George Dutton, born 28 May, 
bapt. at Bibury 9 August 1840; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 13 June 1859, 
aged 19, B.A. 1863, M.A. 1869; a Student 
of Lincoln's Inn 13 November 1863, called 
to the Bar 30 April 1867 ; took Holy Orders 
1869; Vicar of Sherborne 1870-74, and of 
Bibury since 1874; Hon. Canon Gloucester 
Cathedral since 1901. 



Ralph Heneage Dutton of Timsbury Manor, = 
CO. Hants; born 5 August, bapt. at Sherborne, 
CO. Gloucester, 12 August 1821; of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, M.A. 1842 ; D.L. for 
CO. Hants, High Sheriff 1872; M.P. for 
South Hants 1857-65, and for Cirencester 
1865-68 ; died at 16 Halkin Street West, 
London, aged 71, on Saturday, 8 October, 
bur. at Timsbury 11 October 1892. Will 
dated 4 March 1879, with two codicils dated 
respectively 9 May 1890 and 18 May 1892, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1074, 92) 14 November 
1892, by the Hon>>'= Horace Curzon Plunkett 
and the Hon"= John William Mansfield, 
Barrister-at-Law, the Exors. 



■Isabella, youngest dau. of John Mansfield of 
Diggeswell House, co. Hertford, and of 
Grosvenor Street, London, and sister of Sir 
William Rose Mansfield, ist Baron Sandhurst, 
G.C.B., G.C.S.I., D.C.L. ; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London (by the Rt. Rev. 
Edward Stanley, D.D., Bishop of Norwich), on 
Thursday, 3 August 1848; died at 16 Halkin 
Street West, London, on Wednesday, 27 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at Timsbury 2 March 1895. Will 
dated 15 December 1892, proved (Prin. Reg., 
2S4> 95) 28 March 1895, by Dame Isabella Mary 
Simeon, wife of Sir John Stephen Barrington 
Simeon, Bart., the daughter, the sole Executrix. 



Isabella Mary, born at 18 Wilton Place, London, on Wednesday, 27 April, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London, 24 May 1853 ; marr. there (by the Rt. Rev. Samuel Wilberforce, D.D., 
Bishop of Winchester, assisted by the Ven^'= Archdeacon Wilson and the Hon^'i^ and Rev. 
Robert Liddell) on Tuesday, 18 June 1872, Sir John Stephen Barrington Simeon of Grazeley, 
CO. Berks, Bart, (eldest son of Sir John Simeon, 3rd Bart., M.P. for Isle of Wight, by Jane 
Maria his ist wife, only dau. of Sir Frederick Francis Baker of Loventor, co. Devon, 2nd 
Bart.); bom at Swainston, Isle of Wight, on Saturday, 31 August 1850,' and bapt. there; 
formerly of the Rifle Brigade^ J.P. for co. Hants, D.L. and County Alderman for Isle of Wight ; 
M.P. for Southampton since 1895 ; succeeded his father as 4th Bart. 21 May 1870. 



Colonel Charles Dutton of Twigworth Lodge,= 
Gloucester ; bom at Bibury, co. Gloucester, 13 
December 1842, bapt. there 7 June 1843 ; educated 
at Eton; entered the Army as Ensign 12 March 
1861, Lieutenant 25th Regiment 26 July 1864, and 
of the 85th Regiment 3 March 1865, Captain 
7 October 187 1, Brevet-Major 2 March 187 1, Major 
Shropshire Light Infantry i July 1881, Lieut.- 
Colonel 15 May 1889, Brevet-Colonel 20 November 
1897 ; A.D.C. to Commander-in-Chief, East Indies, 
I November 1868 to 3 February 1869, D.A.Q.M.G. 
Bengal i May 1875 to 21 September 1879, and 
September 1880 to 24 March 1881 ; served in 
Afghan War 1878-80 as A.Q.M.G. 2nd Division 
Kabu Field Force, at action of Shekabad (mentioned 
in despatches, " London Gazette," 30 July 1880, 
medal, Brevet of Major); D.A.A.G. Guernsey 15 
May 1884 to 14 May 1889, Recruiting Staff Officer 
(class i) 1893-97. 




=May Arbuthnot, eldest 
dau. of George Noble 
Taylor, J.P. for co. 
Berks, formerly Mem- 
ber of Council of 
Viceroy and Governor- 
General of India, by 
May Henrietta his wife, 
dau. of William Scott ; 
born at Madras, India, 
6 November 1849, and 
bapt. there ; marr. at 
Calcutta, India, 23 
January 1869. 



Henry Thomas 
Dutton, born 23 
January, bapt. at 
Bibury 30 May 
1844; died at 
Cheam, co. Sur- 
rey, in his 14th 
year, on Friday, 
10 April, and 
bur. there 1 4 
April 1857, the 
remains being 
subsequently re- 
moved to Bibury. 



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Susan May, born at Naini Tal, North 
West Provinces, India, 19 November 
1869, and bapt. there; marr. at St 
John's, Paddington, London (by the 
Hon'''^ and Rev. Frederick George 
Button, Vicar of Bibury, co. Glou- 
cester), on Monday, 17 February 
1890, Edmund Percy Calvert, only 
son of Edmund Calvert of Walton-le- 
Dale, CO. Lancaster. 

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Mary Laura, born at Naini Tal 22 
February 187 1, and bapt. there. 



James Huntly Button, born at Fatehgarh, North West 
Provinces, India, 5 March 1873, and bapt. there ; 
educated at Wellington College ; entered the Army as 
2nd Lieutenant in The Cameronians (Scottish RiJBes) 
21 October 1893, Lieutenant 15 November 1895, 
Captain 23 August 1899 ; served in South African War 
1899-1901, at the relief of Ladysmith, including action 
at Colenso, at the operations of 17-24 January 1900, 
and action at Spion Kop, at the operations of 5-7 
February 1900, and action at Vaal Kranz, at the 
operations on Tugela Heights 14-27 February 1900, 
and action at Pieters Hill, at the operations in Natal 
March to June 1900, including action at Laing's Nek 
of 6-9 June, and at the operations in the Transvaal, 
east Pretoria, July to 22 November 1900 (medal with 
five clasps). 



Piers Edwin Button, born 
at Roorkee, North West 
Provinces, India, 28 March 
1875, and bapt. there ; 
educated at Bath College 
and at Selwyn College, 
Cambridge ; of the British 
South Africa Co's. Service. 



Arthur Brandreth Scott Button, born at 
Simla, India, 11 September 1876, and 
bapt. there; educated on board H.M.S. 
" Britannia " ; Lieutenant R.N. 30 Sep- 
tember 1898, of H.M.S. "Victorious" 23 
November 1899, and as Lieut. -Commander 
H.iM.S. "Locust" April 1902. 



Mabel Honor, born 
at 3 Clarendon Place, 
Hyde Park Gardens, 
London, on Monday, 
9 February 1880, and 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Bover, co. Kent. 



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neck gules, attired or. 



Thomas Goddard of Quebec Street, Marylebone, London (son of= 
William Goddard of Portsmouth, co. Hants, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of George Graham) ; born at Portsmouth, and bapt. at 
the parish church there 13 October 1771 ; Purser and Paymaster 
in the Royal Navy, Purser of H.M. Yacht "Royal George" for 
30 years ; died at his residence, i Waterfield Terrace, Shooter's 
Hill Road, Blackheath, co. Kent, aged 83, on Tuesday, 29 March, 
bur. in Nunhead Cemetery, co. Surrey, 5 April 1853. M.I. Will 
dated 17 December 1852, proved (P.C.C., 273, 53) 15 April 
1853, by Thomas Goddard and Francis George Graham Goddard, 
the sons, the Exors. 




=Mary Clark, dau. of Samuel 
Cook of the parish of St. 
Marylebone, London, by 
Mary his wife ; born 2 7 
June, bapt. at the parish 
church, Marylebone, 7 July 
1771 ; marr. there 2 Feb- 
ruary 1 795; died at i Water- 
field Terrace, Shooter's Hill 
Road, Blackheath, in her 
8 1 St year, on Friday, 7 
November, bur. in the 
family vault in Nunhead 
Cemetery 13 November 
1851. M.L 



Thomas Goddard of Lee Park, co. Kent ; born= 
1 2 November, bapt. at the parish church, St. Maryle- 
bone, London, 26 November 1795 ; died at Lee 
Park on Thursday, 25 October, bur. in the family 
vault in Nunhead Cemetery 31 October i860. M.L 
Will dated 21 December 1858, proved (Prin. Reg., 
696, 60) 23 November i860, by Francis George 
Graham Goddard of Old Broad Street, in the City 
of London, the brother, and one of the Exors. 



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=Emma, dau. of Samuel Ward of London, 
by Susanna Elizabeth Hunter his wife ; 
bom at Heme Hill, co. Surrey, 19 March, 
bapt. at St. Bartholomew-the-Great, Lon- 
don, 2 May 1807 ; marr. by licence at Abbots 
Langley, co. Hertford, 18 November 1834; 
died at 4 Malvern Place, Cheltenham, co. 
Gloucester, on Tuesday, aged 78, 15 June, 
bur. in the cemetery there 18 June 1886. 
Will dated 10 August 1879, with two 
codicils dated respectively 19 June 1880 
and 23 February 1886, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 709, 86) s August 1886, by the 
Rev. Thomas Ward Goddard of Bitteswell 
Rectory, Lutterworth, co. Leicester, the 
son, and the Rev. William Edward Green 
of Avington Rectory, Winchester, co. 
Hants, the Exors. 



Rev. Thomas Ward Goddard, born at Peckhara,= 
CO. Surrey, 9 September, bapt. at St. Giles', 
Camberwell, co. Surrey, 14 October 1835 j 
educated at Blackheath and at Pembroke 
College, Cambridge, matriculated 1854, B.A. 
1858, M.A. 1861 ; Rector of Bitteswell, co. 
Leicester, 1881-90, Vicar of Nazeing, co. 
Essex, since 1890. 



=Ellen, dau. of the Rev. John Gibson, Vicar of 
Furneaux Pelham, co. Hertford, by Jane his 
wife, dau. of John Hubbard of Leytonstone, 
CO. Essex ; born at Furneaux Pelham 27 
June, bapt. there 25 July 1842 ; marr. at 
Spratton, co. Northampton, on Saturday, 
2 July 1864. 



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Mary, born lo April, bapt. at the parish church, 
Marylebone, London, 29 April 1798 ; marr. John 
Luson, Clerk at the Bank of England ; died at 
16 Marlborough Place, Old Kent Road, co. Surrey, 
in his 70th year, 27 April, bur. in Nunhead Cemetery, 
CO. Surrey, 3 May 1855. M.I. She died at 46 
Thornton Heath, Croydon, co. Surrey, in her 79th 
year, on Thursday, 18 January, and was bur. in the 
family vault in Nunhead Cemetery 22 January 1877. 
M.I. Will dated 5 November 1868, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 131, 77) 12 February 1877, by Charles Luson of 
45 Thornton Heath, Croydon, co. Surrey, and Hewling 
Luson of 176 Grange Road, Bermondsey, co. Surrey, 
gent., the sons, the Exors. 

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Francis George Graham Goddard of 
Surbiton, co. Surrey; born 2 August, 
bapt. at the parish church, Maryle- 
bone, London, 31 August 181 1; 
educated at Paris ; died at Swiss 
Cottage, Surbiton, 5 December, bur. 
in the cemetery there 10 December 
1870. M.I. Will dated 23 August 
1866, proved (Prin. Reg., 27, 72) 
1 1 January 1872, by the Rev. Thomas 
Ward Goddard of Sherrington, New- 
port Pagnell, co. Buckingham, and 
Alfred Courtenay Goddard of 80 Old 
Broad Street^ in the City of London, 
the Exors. 



Emma Mary, born at Peckham, co. Surrey, 8 February, bapt. at St. Giles', Camberwell, co. 
Surrey, 8 March 1837 ; marr. at Rickmansworth, co. Hertford (by the Rt. Rev. John Harding, 
Bishop of Bombay, assisted by the Rev. Thomas Ward Goddard), on Thursday, 6 August 
1868, the Rev. William Edward Green (son of the Rev. William Green, Vicar of Steeple 
Barton, co. Oxford); born at Iver, co. Buckingham, 29 April, bapt. there 18 June 1828; of 
Worcester College, Oxford, matriculated 18 November 1847, B.A. 1851, M.A. 1854; Vicar 
of Holy Trinity, Lambeth, co. Surrey, 185.9-72, Rector of Avington, co. Hants, 1872 till his 
death; died at Avington, aged 68, on Sunday, 15 November, bur. there 20 November 1896. 
Will dated 16 March 1875, proved (Prin. Reg., 1189, 96) 29 December 1896, by the Rev. 
William Harding and the Rev. John Harding, two of the Exors. 



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Thomas Francis Goddard= 
of St. Michael's House, 
St. Michael's Alley, Corn- 
hill, London, and of The 
Cottage, Croxley Green, 
Rickmansworth ; born at 
Spratton, co. Northampton, 
on Friday, 7 April, bapt. 
there 21 May 1865; a 
Solicitor of the Supreme 
Court of Judicature. 



=Aim^e Sydney Horton, elder 
dau. of John Sydney Davey 
of Bochym House, Cury, 
CO. Cornwall, formerly of 
Redruth, co. Cornwall, J. P. 
for that county, by Julia his 
wife, dau. of William Watt of 
Tickton Grange, co. York ; 
born at Bochym House 
on Tuesday, 15 December 
1874, bapt. at Cury 21 
January 1875 ; marr. at All 
Saints', Margaret Street, 
Marylebone, London (by the 
Rev. Canon Sir John Caesar 
Hawkins, Bart.), on Thurs- 
day, 16 September 1897. 



Aileen Eleanor Sydney, born 
at Bochym House on Monday, 
19 September, bapt. at Cury 
19 October 1898. 



Alice Mary, born at Felmersham, co. 
Bedford, 31 January, bapt. there 10 
March 1867; marr. at St. Michael's, 
Chester Square, London, 25 April 
1892, Cecil Fane of Malting Farm, 
Little Hallingbury, co. Essex (youngest 
son of Lieut.-Colonel John William 
Fane of Wormsley, co. Oxford, and of 
Great Miles, co. Essex, Hon. D.C.L. 
Oxford, J.P., D.L. and M.P. for co. 
Oxford, Lieut.-Colonel Oxfordshire 
Militia, by Victoria his 4th wife, 
youngest dau. of William Temple of 
the 1 8th Regiment); born 27 June 
1859 ; educated at Eton. She died 
suddenly at Malting Farm, Little 
Hallingbury, aged 32, on Wednesday, 
I February, and was bur. at Little 
Hallingbury 6 February 1899. M.I., 
also an oak pulpit was erected to her 
memory in the church at Nazeing, co. 
Essex, by her parents and brothers. 



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Alfred Courtenay Goddard,= 
born at Peckham, co. Surrey, 
19 September, bapt. at St. 
Giles', Camberwell, CO. Surrey, 
24 October 1838. 



=Maria, eldest dau. of Richard Wheen of Deptford, co. Kent, by 
Maria his wife ; born 9 Deicember 1839 ; marr. at Christ Church, 
Lancaster Gate, Hyde Park, London (by the Rev. Thomas 
Goddard, assisted by the Rev. George Finch), on Tuesday, 
18 December 1866. 




Frances Wheen, bom at 118 
Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, 
London, on Saturday, 25 January, 
bapt. at North Mimms, co. Hert- 
ford, 19 April 1868; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Paddington, London (by 
the Rev. Joseph Green Pilkington, 
the Vicar), on Saturday, 28 March 
1896, Stanley William Eagle, elder 
son of William Pleasants Eagle of 
Clapham Park, co. Surrey. She 
died at 33 Orsett Terrace, Hyde 
Park, London, aged 29, on 
Sunday, 21 November, and was 
bur. in Willesden Cemetery, co. 
Middlesex, on Thursday, 25 
November 1897. 



Maria, born at 118 Gloucester 
Terrace, Hyde Park, London, on 
Saturday, 20 February, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, Lambeth, co. Surrey, 
10 April 1869. 

Nora, bom at 118 Gloucester 
Terrace, Hyde Park, London, on 
Friday, 12 August, bapt. at St. 
Michael's, Paddington, London, 18 
December 1870 ; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Paddington (by the Rev. 
George Ruthven Thornton, Vicar 
of St. Barnabas', Addison Road, 
London, assisted by the Rev. Henry 
Theophilus Adams, cousin of the 
bridegroom), on Saturday, 14 Decem- 
ber 1 895, James Scovell Adams,eldest 
son of James Scovell Adams. 



Kathleen, born at tiS 
Gloucester Terrace, 
Hyde Park, London, 
on Saturday, 20 April, 
bapt. at St. Michael's, 
Paddington, London, 
21 July 1872. 



Annie Wheen, born at 
104 Lancaster Gate, 
Hyde Park, London, 
on Tuesday; 2 Decem- 
ber 1873, bapt. at St. 
Michael's,Paddington, 
London, 26 March 
1874. 



Ellen Graham, bom at Peckham 4 June, bapt. at St. Giles', 
Camberwell, i July 1840; marr. at Avington, co. Hants (by the 
Rev. Edward Warter, Rector of Hanwood, co. Salop, assisted by 
the Rev. WilUam Edward Green, the Rector, and brother-in-law of 
the bride), on Wednesday, 10 November 1875, as his 2nd wife, 
Henry de Grey Warter of Cruck Meole and Longdon Manor, 
CO. Salop (2nd son of Henry de Grey Warter of Cruck Meole, J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Salop, by Emma Sarah Moore his wife, dau. of 
William Wood of Marsh Hall and of Hanwood, co. Salop) ; bom 
26 January 1807 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Salop, High Sheriff 
1879. He marr. istly i March 1833, Harriette, dau. of John 
Benbow, M.P. for Dudley ; she died 14 February 1875. He died, 
leaving issue by his ist wife, at Longdon Manor, aged 77, on 
Friday, 5 December, and was bur. at Hanwood 11 December 1884. 
Admon was granted at the Principal Registry 12 June 1885, under 
certain limitations, to John Young of 41 Coleman Street, in the 
City of London. =r 

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Francis Arthur Goddard, 
born at Peckham 14 June, 
bapt. at St. Giles', Cam- 
berwell, 12 July 1843 ; 
educated at Blackheath ; 
set sail from Liverpool in 
February 1863 in the 
" Lord Raglan " for Mel- 
bourne, Australia^ and was 
lost at sea, the ship never 
being heard of again. 



Arthur Henry Goddard, born at Sherrington, co. Buckingham, 20 January, bapt. there 9 April 
1871; of Pembroke College, Cambridge, Scholar 1890, B.A. 1893; a Student at Law 1899; 
Mathematical Master at Dunstable Grammar School 1896-99. 



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JFaulconer of Setoe^, co. ^U00ey. 



Robert Hoffman Faulconer of Lewes, co. Sussex (only surviving child= 
of Benjamin Faulconer of Henfield Place, formerly of Petworth, co. 
Sussex, brother of William Faulconer of Henfield [see Pedigree of 
Faulconer, Vol. 4, page <?y], by Cordelia his wife, dau. of Arthur Brook 
of Bexhill, co. Sussex); bapt. at Petworth 11 December 1776; died at 
Lewes, aged 37, 21 January, bur. at All Saints', Lewes, 28 January 
1814. Will dated 12 March 1813, proved (P.C.C, 349 Bridport) 
14 June 1814, by Sarah Faulconer, the relict, and sole Executrix. 



=Sarah, dau. of John 
BuckoU of Lewes, 
by Sarah his wife ; 
marr. by licence at 
St. Anne's, Lewes, 

30 November 1809 ; 
died at Lewes, aged 
43, 27 January, bur. 
at All Saints', Lewes, 

31 January 18 18. 



Robert Hoffman Faulconer, born at Lewes 2 7 October, = 
bapt. at Henfield 13 November i8io ; died at 
Hastings, co. Sussex, in his 43rd year, on Tuesday, 
4 January, bur. at All Saints', Lewes, 11 January 1853. 
Will dated 5 August 1852, with codicil dated 14 August 
1852, proved (P.C.C, 32, 53) 7 April 1853, by Mary 
Ann Faulconer, the relict, the sole Executrix. 




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=Mary Ann, eldest dau. of John Plumer 
Verrall of Lewes, by Ann his wife, 
dau. of William Richards ; born at 
Lewes 15 July 181 3, bapt. at All 
Saints', Lewes, i September 1813 ; 
marr. there 19 April 1837; died at 
Barcombe, co. Sussex, 3 July, bur. at 
All Saints', Lewes, 8 July 1880. Will 
dated 13 March 1879, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 660, 80) 4 August 1880, by 
Robert Hoffman Faulconer of Lewes, 
CO. Sussex, the son, the sole Exor. 



Harriet Ann, born at Lewes 
30 October, bapt. at All Saints', 
Lewes, 30 December 1838 ; 
died at St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 
CO. Sussex, aged 45, and bur. 
at Fairlight, co. Sussex, 27 
November 1883. 



Mary Louisa, born at Lewes 
28 January, bapt. at All Saints', 
Lewes, 15 March 1841. 



Catherine, born at Lewes 19 February, bapt. at All Saints', 
Lewes, 23 March 1844 ; marr. at St. Mary Magdalen's, 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea (by the Rev. John Knight, Prebendary 
and Vicar of Heytesbury, co. Wilts, father of the bridegroom, 
and the Rev. William Wheler Hume, the Rector), on 
Thursday, 30 July 1868, the Rev. John George Bury Knight 
(son of the Rev. John Knight, Prebendary of Salisbury and 
Vicar of Heytesbury, by Jane Isabella his wife, dau. of 
William Bury of Panty Goitre, co. Monmouth) ; born 30 
December 1840, and bapt. at Heytesbury; of Caius College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1863, M.A. 1867 ; Vicar of Birstwith, 
CO. York, 1874-83, Middleham, co. York, 1883-94, and of 
Eastgate, co. Durham, since 1894. 

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Benjamin George 
Faulconer, bom at 
Lewes, co. Sussex, 
19 March, bapt. at 
All Saints', Lewes, 
19 April 1812 ; 
died, aged 14, 17 
August, bur. at All 
Saints', Lewes, 22 
August 1826. 



Harriet, born at Lewes 7 December 181 3, bapt. at All Saints' Lewes, 
9 January 1814J marr. at East Grinstead, co. Sussex, 7 December 1831, 
Captain William Price Hamilton, R.N. ; entered the Royal Navy in 18 10, 
was appointed Flag-Lieutenant to the Hon*"'' Sir Henry Blackwood, Bart.j 
K.C.B., Commander-in-Chief on the East India Station, 20 August 1820, 
removed from the " Leander," 50, to the "Topaze," 46, in 182 1, became 
a Commander 13 November 1823, appointed to the "Comus" sloop 
1832, and Post-Captain 28 October 1836; died at Belair, near Plymouth, 
CO. Devon, in his 46th year, on Friday, 21 May, bur. at Pennycross, 
CO. Devon, 27 May 1847. Will dated 18 November 1839, proved (P.CC, 
714, 47) 7 September 1847, by Harriet Hamilton, the relict, the sole 
Executrix. She died at Kenilworth, co. Warwick, aged 63, 4 April, and 
was bur. at Ashow, co. Warwick, 11 April 1877. M.I. Will dated 25 
September 1856, proved at Birmingham 4 May 1877, by Harriet Faulconer 
Hamilton of Avondale Villa, Kenilworth, co. Warwick, spinster, the 
daughter, and George Woodcock of the City of Coventry, gent., the Exors. 



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Rev. Robert Hoffman Faulconer, born 
at Lewes 8 September, bapt. at All 
Saints', Lewes, 10 November 1846; 
educated at Brighton ; admitted a 
SoUcitor 1869; ordained Deacon 1888 
and Priest 1889 (by the Rt. Rev. 
Edward King, D.D., Bishop of Lin- 
coln) ; Vicar of Swilland, co. Suffolk, 
1892-97, and of Trimley St. Mary, co. 
Suffolk, since 1897. 



William Hamilton 
Faulconer, born at 
Lewes 26 February, 
bapt. at All Saints', 
Lewes, 26 April 
1848 ; died, aged 8 
months, and bur. at 
All Saints', Lewes, 
25 November 1848. 



Sarah, born at Lewes 18 February, 
bapt. at All Saints', Lewes, 12 
April 1850; died at St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea, co. Sussex, aged 38, 23 
February, bur. at Fairlight, co. 
Sussex, 28 February 1888. 



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ifKlunfe. 



Arms. — Argent, a chevron chequy, or and sable, between three leopard's 

heads erased azure, collared and lined or. 
Crest. — On a mount vert, a demi-griffin couchant, couped argent. 
Moiio.—Fortiter, fideliter, feliciter. 

Henry Munk of Wigtoft, co. Lincoln (elder son=f=Elizabeth Dodd of Peckforton, 



of Henry Munk of Sutterton, co. Lincoln, by 
Lydia Wilson his wife, of Lincoln) ; born in 
1769; died, aged 36, 10 June, bur. at Wigtoft, 
CO. Lincoln, 13 June 1805. 



CO. Chester; born in 1762; marr. 
28 June 1792; died, aged 35, 
30 November, bur. at Wigtoft 
4 December 1797. 



Lydia, born 2 June, bapt. at Wigtoft 6 June 1793; marr. 27 March 1817, Elizabeth, bapt. 

Peter Wedd of Boston, co. Lincoln (son of Peter Wedd of Boston, by Mary at Wigtoft 2 

Coupland his 2nd wife); died at New Orleans. Portrait by Robert James, October 1794, 

painted in 1845, in the possession of his nephew, Harry Munk. She died at and bur. there 

Knolle Park, in the parish of Woolton, co. Lancaster, aged 88, on Thursday, 26 November 

29 September, and was bur. at Wavertree, co. Lancaster, 4 October 1881. following. 
Will dated {day of month omitted) June 1873, proved (Prin. Reg., 781, 81) 
29 October 1881, by Thomas Ramson Whitty of St. Andrew's Street, in the 
City of Norwich, the grandson, one of the Exors. 

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Elizabeth Ellen, born i Oct. 1835, bapt. 
at St. Nicholas', Nottingham, 15 Nov. 
1836; marr. at St. Matthew's, Notting- 
ham (by the Rev. Canon Joshua William 
Brooks, Vicar of St. Mary's, Nottingham), 
on Thursday, 4 July 1861, John Bradley 
of Nottingham (2nd son of John Bradley 
of The Park, Nottingham, by Mary Ann 
liis wife, dau. of Micah Gedling of 
Bowling Alley House, Mount Vernon, 
Nottingham, J. P.); born 13 Dec. 1835, 
bapt. at St. Nicholas', Nottingham (by 
the Rev. W. J. Butler, the Rector), 
3 Jan. 1836. She died at Nottingham, 
in her 28th year, on Wednesday, 29 April, 
and was bur. in the family vault at the 
General Cemetery, Nottingharn, 5 May 
1863. y 

{See Pedigree of Bradley, page 82.) 



Sarah Maria, born 2 2 October, bapt. James Edward 

at St. Nicholas', Nottingham, 15 Munk, born 16 

November 1836; marr. at St. James', January, bapt. 

Nottingham (by the Rev. Henry Bell, at St. Nicholas', 

the Vicar, assisted by the Rev. John Nottingham, 1 1 

Prior Sharp), on Thursday, 22 July February 1838; 

1858, John Killen McCausland of died at Brigh- 

Belfast, J. P. (eldest son of Samuel ton, co. Sussex, 

McCausland of Cherryvale, near aged 60, 18 

Belfast, J.P., by Jane his wife, dau. December, bur. 

of John Killen of Ballymena, co. in the General 

Antrim); born 30 May 1829; died Cemetery, Not- 

at Lenoxvale, Belfast, 13 May, bur. tingham, 23 De- 

in the City Cemetery, Belfast, 17 cember 1898. 
May 1886. Will proved at Belfast 
13 August 1886, by Edward Munk 
McCausland of Lenoxvale, Belfast, 
one of the Exors. y 



Edward Munk, born at Holme Pierrepont, co. Nottingham, on Sunday, 23 January, bapt. 
there 29 February 1876; educated at Willington House, Willington, near Repton, co. Derby, 
and at Oliver's Mount School, Scarborough, co. York. 




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Edward Munk of The Park, Nottingham ; born 25 September, bapt. at= 
Wigtoft, CO. Lincoln, 28 November 1795; died at 6 'The Ropewalk, 
Nottmgham, aged 83, on Thursday, 20 March, bur. in the General 
Cemetery, Nottingham, 26 March 1879. Portrait by Robert James, 
painted in 184^, and another by Silvanus Redgate in 1864, in the 
possession of his son, Harry Munk). Will dated 11 September 1875, 
with codicil dated 16 March 1877, proved at Nottingham 20 May 
1879, by Harry Munk of Holme Pierrepont, co. Nottingham, the son, 
Wilham Archibald Patterson of The Ropewalk, Nottingham, and 
George Parr of Park Terrace, Nottingham, the Exors. 



=Sarah, dau. of John 
Franks of Stretton Hall, 
CO. Leicester ; marr. 
18 November 1834; 
died at 5 Park Terrace, 
Nottingham, 22 April, 
bur. in the General 
Cemetery, Nottingham, 
25 April 1846. Por- 
trait by Robert James, 
painted in 184^, in the 
possession of her son, 
Harry Munk. 



Fanny Gertrude, born 1 7 October, bapt. at St. Nicholas', Nottingham, 
II November 1839; marr. at St. James', Nottingham (by the Rev. 
Henry Bell, the Vicar, assisted by the Rev. James Hill, Vicar of 
St. Paul's, Nottingham), on Thursday, 21 October 1869, William 
Archibald Patterson of The Ropewalk, Nottingham (son of William 
Patterson of The Park, Nottingham); born 17 August 1826; J. P. for 
CO. Nottingham; died, aged 69, 25 September, bur. in the Church 
Cemetery, Nottingham, 28 September 1895. Will dated 12 September 
1895, proved at Nottingham 7 December 1895, by Harry Munk, 
brother-in-law, and George Parr, the Exors. She died, aged 55, 
1 1 September, and was bur. in the Church Cemetery, Nottingham, 
13 September 1895. A dm on was granted at Nottingham 24 Decembpr 
1895, to Harry Munk and George Parr. 

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Henry Munk, born 
9 March 1841, and 
bapt. privately the 
same day (baptism 
registered at St. 
Nicholas', Notting- 
ham); died, aged 3, 
2 February, bur. in 
the General Ceme- 
tery, Nottingham, 
7 February 1844. 



Lydia Annie, born i June, bapt. at St. 
Nicholas', Nottingham, 15 June 1842; marr. 
at St. James', Nottingham (by the Rev. Henry 
Bell, the Vicar, assisted by the Rev. William 
Sanday, D.D., brother of the bridegroom), on 
Thursday, 17 September 1868, George Henry 
Sanday of Holme Pierrepont, co. Nottingham 
(2nd son of William Sanday of Holme 
Pierrepont, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
George Pashley) ; born 1 5 June, bapt. at 
Holme Pierrepont 13 July 1845. 



Harry Munk of Elm=f=Sarah, 2nd dau. of John 



House, Beeston, co. 
Nottingham ; born 
2 January, bapt. at 
St. Nicholas', Not- 
tingham, I February 
1845 ; educated at 
Belfield House, Bow- 
den, near Manchester. 



Wadsworth of Notting- 
ham, by Mary Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of William 
Brown of Pilcher Gate, 
Nottingham ; born 8 
November 1845 ; marr. 
at St. James', Notting- 
ham (by the Rev. Henry 
Bell, the Vicar), on 
Tuesday, 3 November 
1874. 



Henry Wadsworth Munk, born at Holme Pierrepont on Saturday, 21 June, bapt. there 

24 July 1879; edu- ^^^ 

cated at Amesbury ^^^^^ 

House, Bickley, co. - ^^^^^^ 

Kent, and at Marl- /y ^ ^^^ y^ 






Mary Ann, dau. of= 
Robert Cartwright 
of Kirmington, co. 
Lincoln ; marr. at 
Kirmington 7 March 
1827; died, aged 24, 
14 August, bur. at 
Wyberton, co. Lin- 
coln, 18 August 
1829. M.I. I St wife. 



=Henry Munk of Algarkirk, co.= 
Lincoln; born at Wigtoft, co. 
Lincoln, 14 February 1797, and 
bapt. privately the same day ; 
diad at Wyberton 17 March, 
bur. there 21 March 1864. 
M.I. Will dated 3 July 1858, 
with codicil dated 14 March 
i860, proved at Lincoln 12 
May 1864, by Edward Munk 
of The Park, Nottingham, the 
brother, and Thomas Smalley 
Cooke of Boston, co. Lincoln, 
two of the Exors. 



=Sarah, dau. of John Pass of Boston ; 
born in 1790; marr. 14 April 1833; 
died at Skirbeck, co. Lincoln, aged 85, 
1 9 May, bur. at Wyberton 23 May 
1874. M.I. Will dated 22 September 
1864, with codicil dated 7 May 1866, 
proved at Lincoln 19 June 1874, by 
Edward Munk of The Park, Notting- 
ham, and Mary Ann Foster, wife of 
William Foster of the City of Lincoln, 
two of the Exors. Double probate 
passed at Lincoln November 1881. 
2nd wife. 



James Munk, born 
in March, died, aged 
8 months, 4 Novem- 
ber 1828, and bur. 
at Wyberton (no 
record in Register). 
M.I. 



Mary Ann, born at Wyberton 19 July, bapt. there 
privately 22 July 1829 ; marr. at Algarkirk, co. 
Lincoln, 14 September 1852, William Foster of 
Lincoln; born 29 July 1825. She died at Lincoln 
19 June, and was bur. in Lincoln Cemetery 21 June 
1 88 1. Admon was granted at Lincoln 17 August 
1 88 1, to Henry Munk Foster of Lincoln, the son, 
and one of the next of kin. 
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CotfeerelL 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Or, a leopard's head azure, within a wreath 
of laurel, between two cockerells in pale 
proper, two flaunches gules. 

Crest. — Within a crescent argent, a, 
tiger's head proper, crowned with an 
Eastern crown or. 



Samuel Pepys Cockerell of Westbourne 
House, Paddington, co. Middlesex (son 
of John Cockerell of Bishop's Hull, near 
Taunton, co. Somerset, by Frances his 
wife, dau. of John Jackson of Clapham, 
CO. Surrey, nephew and heir of Samuel 
Pepys, Secretary to the Admiralty in 
the reigns of Charles II. and James II.); 
born 15 February 1754; Architect and 
Surveyor to the Hon'''^ East India 
Company 1806; died at Westbourne 
House, aged 74, on Thursday, 12 July 
1827. Will dated 26 August 1826, 
proved (P.C.C, 470 Heber) 3 August 
1827, by John Cockerell, Charles 
Robert Cockerell and Samuel Pepys 
Cockerell, the sons, three of the Exors. 
Power reserved to Anna Cockerell, the 
rehct, the other Exor. 



=Anna, dau. and 
coheir of John 
Whetham of St. 
Ives, CO. Hunt- 
ingdon ; marr. 
at Hemingford 
Grey, co. Hunt- 
ingdon, 18 June 
1782 ; died at 
Stratton Street, 
Piccadilly, Lon- 
don, aged 87, 
on Wednesday, 
14 June 1843. 



Anne, marr. 14 January 1815, Richard 
Pollen of Rodbourne, co. Wilts, and of 
Lincoln's Inn, London (2nd son of Sir 
John Pollen of Andover and Redenham, 
CO. Hants, ist Bart., by Louisa his 1st wife, 
only dau. of Walter Holt of Redenham); 
bom 17 April 1786 ; died 7 February 1838. 
Will dated 22 November 1834, with codicil 
dated 26 November 1834, proved (P.C.C, 
190 Nicholl) 10 March 1838, by Richard 
Hungerford Pollen, the eldest son, sole 
Exor named in codicil. She died at 
Rodbourne, in her 82nd year, on Thursday, 
28 December 1865. Will dated 24 May 
1862, proved (Prin. Reg., 113, 66) 2 Feb- 
ruary 1866, by Sir Richard Hungerford 
Pollen of Rodbourne, co. Wilts, Baronet, 
and John Hungerford Pollen of 11 
Pembridge Crescent, Bayswater, co. 
Middlesex, the sons, the Exors. 

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John Cockerell, born=j^Ji 
10 October 1785; J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Wilts ; 
died at 9 Adelaide 
Crescent, Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, aged 83, on 
Wednesday, 28 April, 
bur. in the old church- 
yard at Hove, co. 
Sussex, 4 May 1869. 
Will dated 14 No- 
vember 1865, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 688, 69) 
13 November 1869, 
by Andrew Pepys 
Cockerell of 45 Hert- 
ford Street, Mayfair, 
CO. Middlesex, gent., 
the son, one of the 
Exors. 



oanna Mary, eldest dau. 
of Brigadier-General Catlin 
Craufurd of the 91st 
Highlanders > marr. by 
licence at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 
24 September 1829 ; died, 
aged 72, on Saturday, 
15 March, bur. at Hove 
20 March 1873. Will 
dated 10 August 1869, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 241, 
73) 10 April 1873, by 
Andrew Pepys Cockerell 
of 45 Hertford Street, 
Mayfair, co. Middlesex, 
the son, the sole Exor. 



Andrew Pepys Cockerell, born 4 July 1830; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 15 June 
1848, aged 17, a Student 1848-65, B.A. 1852, M.A. 1855; Groom of the Bedchamber-in- 
Waiting to H.M. King Edward VII. (when Prince of Wales); died unmarried at 11 Mandeville 
Place, Manchester Square, London, aged 55, on Wednesday, 9 June, bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London, 12 June 1886. Will dated 22 February 1878, with codicil dated 14 
February 1879, proved (Prin. Reg., 609, 86) 10 July 1886, by Mary Theresa Cockerell of 
1 1 Mandeville Place, co. Middlesex, spinster, the sister, the sole Executrix. 



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Charles Robert Cockerell, born in London 28 April 1788; educated= 
at Westminster School; A.R.A. 1829, R.A. 1836; Surveyor to 
St. Paul's Cathedral 1819, Architect of Bank of England 1833; 
Member of the Society of Arts, Geneva, 1823, of the Royal 
Academies of Bavaria 1828, Belgium 1852, Copenhagen 1858, of 
the Archaeological Society of Athens 1837, of the Academy of 
St. Luke's, Rome, 1843, and of the Institute of Architects of New 
York i860; Emeritus Professor of Architecture, Royal Academy, 
1840-57; created D.C.L. Oxford 20 June 1844; Chevalier of 
the Legion of Honour 1855; President Royal Institute of British 
Architects 1860-61, Gold Medallist 1848 ; died at 13 Chester 
Terrace, Regent's Park, London, in his 76th year, on Thursday, 
17 September, bur. in St. Paul's Cathedral on Thursday, 24 
September 1863. Will dated 23 August i860, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 637, 63) 13 November 1863, by Frederick Pepys Cockerell 
of 8 Regent Street, St. James', Westminster, co. Middlesex, 
Architect, the son, one of the Exors. 



=Anne Maria, youngest dau. 
of John Rennie, Civil 
Engineer, by Martha Ann 
his wife, dau. of Lachlan 
Mackintosh; marr. at St. 
James', Piccadilly, London 
(by the Rt. Rev. William 
Howley, Bishop of Lon- 
don),onWednesday,4june 
1828 ; died at 18 Man- 
chester Square, London, 
on Sunday, 24 November, 
bur. in St. Paul's Cathedral 
29 November 1873. 



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John Cockerell, born 12 June 1831;= 

Captain 20th Hussars ; died at 25 
Lansdowne Place, Brighton, co. Sussex, 
aged 45, on Sunday, 27 May, bur. at 
Hove, CO. Sussex, 31 May 1877. Will 
dated 3 March 1869, with codicil dated 
19 March 1874, proved (Prin. Reg., 
556, 77) 25 July 1877, by Henrietta 
Frances Cockerell of 65 St. George's 
Square, co. Middlesex, the relict, and 
Andrew Pepys Cockerell of 45 Hert- 
ford Street, Mayfair, co. Middlesex, 
the brother, two of the Exors. 



=Henrietta Frances, eldest dau. of Henry Torrens of 
the Bengal Civil Service; born at Calcutta, India, 13 
August 1836; marr. at Christ Church, Lancaster Gate, 
London (by the Rev. Henry Cockerell), oh Thursday, 
9 January 1862. She marr. istly John Samuel Torrens, 
Judge of the Sudder Court, Bengal, India, who died at 
16 Porchester Terrace, North Kensington Gardens, 
London, on Saturday, 2 June i860, and was bur. in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, London (no record in Register). 
Will dated 24 April i860, proved (Prin. Reg., 491, 60) 
9 July i860, by Robert Torrens of 180 Piccadilly, co. 
Middlesex, M.P., the brother, and the Rev. Lord 
O'Neill of Shanes Castle, co. Antrim, two of the Exors. 



Joan Constance, born at 
Brighton on Saturday, 

8 November, bapt. at 
St. Paul's, Brighton, 20 
December 1862; marr. at 
St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London (by the Rev. 
Henry Montagu Villiers) 

9 April 1890, Geoffrey 
Warburton (eldest son of 
the Rev. William Parsons 
Warburton, Canon of 
Winchester, by the Hon'''* 
Isabel Mary his wife, 2nd 
dau. of Thomas, 2nd 
Baron Ribblesdale) ; born 
at Winchester 14 June 
1857; formerly Captain 
and Hon. Major Duke 
of Connaught's Own 
Hampshire and Isle of 
Wight Artillery, Southern 
Division R.A. 

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Mary Frances, born at Canterbury, co. Kent, on Sunday, 24 

January, bapt. at Canterbury Cathedral 16 March 1864; marr. 
at Winchester Cathedral (by the Very Rev. the Dean, assisted by 
the Rev. Francis Henry Hodgson and the Rev. the Master of 
St. Cross) on Tuesday, 3 January 1882, Lieut. -Colonel Arthur 
Ralph Pemberton (only son of Henry Williams Pemberton of 
Trumpington Hall, near Cambridge, J. P. and D.L., by Frances 
Maria Sophia his wife, only child and heiress of Francis Charles 
James Pemberton of Trumpington Hall) ; born in Paris on Tues- 
day, 6 January 1857 ; Sub-Lieutenant Rifle Brigade (The Prince 
Consort's Own) 11 February 1875, Lieutenant 11 February 1876, 
Captain i January 1884, Major 7 May 1893, Lieut.-Colonel (4th 
Battalion) i December 1897, Brevet-Colonel i December 1901; 
Adjutant 5th Battalion Tower Hamlets Militia i April 1887 to 
31 March 1892; served in Afghan War 1878-79, with the Peshawur 
Valley Field Force, capture of Ali Musjid, expedition to Bazar 
Valley and Lughman Valley (medal with clasp); Deputy Judge 
Advocate, Pretoria, South Africa, 1902. 

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Ethel Horatia, born at 15 Onslow Gardens, South Kensington, 
London, on Thursday, 18 May, bapt. at Holy Trinity, Brompton, 
London (by the Rev. William Josiah Irons), 6 July 1865. 



Jane Louisa, born 9 January 1792 ; marr. at Lambeth Palace, co. Surrey, 8 July 1841, as his 2nd wife, 
John Horsley Palmer of Hurlingham, co. Middlesex (3rd son of William Palmer of Nazing Park, co. 
Essex, by Mary his wife, only dau. of the Rev. John Horsley, D.D., Rector of Thorley, co. Hertford); 
born 7 July 1779 ; Director of the Bank of England. He marr. istly at the parish church, Marylebone, 
Loridon, 16 November 18 10, Elizabeth, dau. of John Belli of Southampton, of the HonW^ East India 
Co.'s Service, who was born 2 September 1783, and died at Hurlingham, leaving issue, on Saturday, 
22 June 1839. He died at Hurlingham, aged 78, on Sunday, 7 February, and was bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, London, 13 February 1858. Will dated 8 July 1841, with five codicils dated respectively 
22 April 1844, 19 May 1851, 26 May 1851, 20 December 1856, and 23 January 1858, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 163, 58) 13 March 1858, by Edward Howley Palmer of King's Arras Yard, in the City of London, 
and John Carrington Palmer of Wherwell Priory, near Andover, co. Southampton, the sons, the Exors. 
She died s.p. at Mulgrave House, Fulham, co. Middlesex, aged 73, on Friday, 13 October, and was bur. 
m Kensal Green Cemetery, London, i8 October 1865. Will dated 14 December 1864, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 711, 65) 6 November 1865, by Edward Howley Palmer of Cannon Hill, co. Berks, and Andrew 
Pepys Cockerell of Brighton, co. Sussex, the nephew, the Exors. 



Charles Robert Cockerell, born 12 April 1829; died, aged 5 years and 8 months, on Sunday, 14 
December, bur. at St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 17 December 1834. 



Horace Abel Cockerell, C.S.I. ,= 
of 27 Beaufort Gardens, Lon- 
don; born 19 September 1832; 
educated at Eton ; appointed 
to the Bengal Civil Service 
1853, Secretary to Governor of 
Bengal, Judicial and Political 
Departments, 1 878-83, Member 
of the Board of Revenue 
1883-87; C.S.I., F.R.G.S. 



Julia Mary, eldest dau. of the Hon''i= 
Sir Edmund Drummond, K.C.I.E., 
Barrister-at-Law of the Middle 
Temple, of the Bengal Civil Service, 
Lieut. -Governor North- West Pro- 
vinces, Bengal, by Julia Mary his 
wife, dau. of James Charles Cole- 
brooke Sutherland of Calcutta, 
India; marr. at St. Paul's Cathedral, 
Calcutta, on Tuesday, 3 March 1863. 



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Rowland Vyner Cockerell, born 
10 December 1834; of the 
Bengal Civil Service ; acci- 
dentally killed near Simla, India, 
by falling over a precipice in the 
Himalaya Mountains, aged 38, 
on Thursday, 9 Octoljer 1873. 

Mary Theresa, born 12 April 
1836. 



Alice Mary, bom at Alipore, Calcutta, India, on Thursday, 1 1 February 1864; marr. at St. Paul's Cathedral, 
Calcutta, on Thursday, 8 March 1883, Colonel Charles Wemyss Muir, CLE., C.B. (son of Sir William 
Muir, K.C.S.I., D.C.L., LL.D., of the Bengal Civil Service, by Elizabeth Huntly his wife, dau. of James 
Wemyss); born 12 April 1850 ; educated at Rugby; entered the Army as Ensign 6th Regiment 7 July 
1869, Lieutenant 28 October 187 1, and of the Bengal Staff Corps 26 May 1873, Captain 7 July 1881, 
Major Indian Staff Corps 7 July 1889, Lieut. -Colonel 7 July 1895, Brevet-Colonel 7 July 1899; A.D.C. to 
Lieut. -Governor of North- West Provinces, India, 10 April 1872 to 9 July 1873, extra A.D.C. to Viceroy 
of India 24 December 1876 to 25 January 1877, and officiating A.D.C. 18 October 1878 to 31 July 
1879, A.D.C. I August 1879 to 29 May 1883, A.A.G. Bengal 16 January 1891 to 9 October 1893; 
C.I.E. 15 July 1887 ; served in Afghan War 1880, at the march from Quetta to the relief of Kandahar 
(medal); in the Soudan Expedition 1885, at Suakim as A.D.C. to Officer Commanding Indian Con- 
tingent, at actions of Hasheen and Tofrek, and operations at Tamai (mentioned in despatches, medal 
with two clasps, bronze star); in Burmese Expedition 1885-87 (medal with clasp); at the North- West 
Frontier of India 1897-98, at the operations on the Sanana and in the Kurram Valley during August and 
September 1897 (medal with two clasps); in the Tirah Campaign 1897-98 (A.A.G. ist Division); at the 
capture of the Sampagha and Arhanga Passes, at the operations in the Bazar Valley 15 to 30 December 
1897 (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 5 April 1898, clasp); C.B. 27 June 1902. 

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John Pepys Cockerell of Compton Lodge, Eastbourne,=i=Florence Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Ashley 



CO. Sussex; born at 15 Onslow Gardens, South Ken- 
sington, London, on Saturday, 3 Nov., bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Brompton (by the Rev. William Josiah Irons), 
2 1 Dec. 1866; educated at Eton; J.P. for co. Sussex 1900. 



Williams of Cadlington, Horndean, co. Hants, 
by Emily Louisa his wife, dau. of Morgan 
Treherne, M.P. ; born 25 May 1872 ; marr. 
at Blendworth, co. Hants, 4 Sept. 1895. 



Andrew Pepys Cockerell, bom at Cadlington, 
Horndean, on Monday, 18 January, bapt. at 
Blendworth 18 February 1897. 

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John Arthur Pepys Cockerell, born at 
Eastbourne on Monday, 2 June, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Eastbourne, 4 July 1902. 



Samuel Pepys Cockerell, born i8 June 1794; of Trinity College, Oxford, matriculated Edward William 
15 October 1812, aged 18, B.A. 1816, Fellow of Merton College, Oxford, 1816-69, Cockerell, died 
M.A. 1820, Dean 1824, Sub-Warden 1832 ; Barrister-at-Law of Lincoln's Inn 1820; unmarried in 
died unmarried at 45 Hertford Street, Mayfair, London, in his 76th year, on Sunday, 1824. 
7 February, bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 12 February 1869. Will dated 
23 September 1862, proved (Prin. Reg., 88, 69) 26 February 1869, by Andrew Pepys 
Cockerell of 45 Hertford Street, Mayfair, co. Middlesex, the nephew, the sole Exor. 



John Rennie Cockerell, born^ 
at 87 Eaton Square, London, 
8 August 1831 ; educated at 
Rugby and at Haileybury 
College ; of the Madras Civil 
Service ; died at 36 West- 
bourne Terrace, London, aged 
66, on Wednesday, 30 June, 
bur. in the cemetery at 
Norbiton, co. Surrey, 3 July 
1897. Will dated 17 August 
1883, with two codicils dated 
respectively 16 August 1889 
and 6 May 1895, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 757, 97) 22 July 
1897, by William Acland 
Cockerell and Sir Richard 
Temple Rennie, the Exors. 



=Louisa Elizabeth, only dau. of John Coysgarne Sim Ann Louisa, bur. 
of Coombe Wood, Kingston-on-Thames, co. Surrey, at St. George's, 
by Harriett his wife, dau. of Charles Lambert of Hanover Square, 
Blendon Hall, co. Kent, and of i Fitzroy Square, London, aged 2f 
London ; born at 33 Mecklenburgh Square, in the years, 28 Dec. 
parish of St. Pancras', London, 28 August, bapt. at 1834. 
Ash, CO. Surrey, 29 November 1841 ; marr. at 
St. James', Paddington, London (by the Rev. 
Louis Arthur Cockerell, Vicar of North Weald, co. Essex, cousin of 
the bridegroom, and the Rev. Stewart Sim, cousin of the bride), 
19 May 1883 ; marr. istly at Christ Church, New Maiden and Coombe, 
CO. Surrey (by the Rev. Charles Stirling, the Vicar, and the Rev. 
George Brewster Twining), on Tuesday, 20 September 1870, William 
Hepburn Rennie, C.M.G. (son of George Rennie of Phantassie, East 
Lothian); born in Rome 17 May 1829; Lieut.-Governor of St. Vincent, 
West Indies, 1871-74 ; died, leaving issue three daughters, at Coombe 
Wood, Kingston-on-Thames, in his 46th year, on Friday, 18 September, 
bur. in the cemetery at Norbiton 21 September 1874. Will dated 
3 June 1874, proved (Prin. Reg., 684, 74) 8 October 1874, by Richard 
Temple Rennie of Shanghai, in China, and of 113 Piccadilly, co. 
Middlesex, Barrister-at-Law, the brother, and George Banks Rennie 
of 20 Lowndes Street, Belgrave Square, co. Middlesex, the Exors. 



Dorothy Pepys, born at 36 Westbourne Terrace, Hyde 
Park, London, on Tuesday, 26 February, bapt. at All 
Saints', Norfolk Square, London, 25 April 1884. 



Beatrix Joanna, born at Brighton, co. 
Sussex, 3 August 1865 ; marr. at 
St. Paul's Cathedral, Calcutta, India, 
on Monday, 25 February 1884, 
James Henderson (2nd son of George 
Henderson of Heverswood, co. Kent, 
by Catherine his wife, dau. of David 
Stewart of St. Ninian's, co. Stirling); 
born at Wavertree, co. Lancaster. 

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Sybil Julia, born 23 March 1868; marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Folkestone, co. Kent (by the Rev. Frederick Young, assisted by 
the Rev. Edward James Hampson), on Saturday, 30 June 1894, 
Francis Louis Scott-Kerr (youngest son of William Scott-Kerr 
of Chatto and Sunlaws, co. Roxburgh, J.P. and D.L., by Frances 
Louisa his 2nd wife, 2nd dau. of Robert Fennessy of Wilton 
Place, London); born at Sunlaws on Sunday, 14 June 1868; 
educated at Fettes College, Edinburgh ; entered the Army as 
2nd Lieutenant Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders 17 July 
Lieutenant 26 February 1891, Captain 24 May 1895; 



Adjutant 3rd Battahon 18 January 1897. 



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Margaret Lucy, born at Lansdowne Place, Brighton, on Wednesday, 28 April, bapt. at Christ Church, 
Brighton, 29 May 1869; marr. at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London (by the Rev. Canon Reginald 
John Simpson Mitchell-Innes, Sub-Dean of St. Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh, brother of the bridegroom, 
assisted by the Rev. Bernard Douglas Shaw), on Wednesday, 25 October 1899, Gilbert Plantagenet 
Mitchell-Innes (loth son of Alexander Mitchell-Innes of Ayton Castle and Whitehall, co. Berwick 
J.P. and D.L., by Fanny Augusta his 2nd wife, youngest dau. of James Vine of Puckaster, Isle of 
Wight); born at 2 Forres Street, Edinburgh, on Sunday, 7 June 1863. === 

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Cockerell; Com- 
mander in the 
Royal Navy ; 
died at Calcutta, 
India, 7 August 
1839. 



Richard Howe=j=Theresa, dau. of Charles Newcomen of Clonahard, co. Longford, by the Hon'''= 
Cnrl-^r^u-rr^r^ Catherine his wife, sister and coheir of Thomas, last Viscount Newcomen of 
Mosstown, CO. Longford; marr. in 1832; marr. andly at Lambeth Palace, co. Surrey, 
17 Feb. 1841, Colonel the Rt. Hon^^ Archibald William, 13th Earl of EgHnton 
and Winton (only child of Major-General Archibald, Baron Montgomerie, by Lady 
Mary his wife, only surviving dau. and eventually heiress of Archibald, nth Earl of 
Eglinton); born at Palermo, Sicily, 29 Sept, 1812; educated at Eton; Colonel Prince 
Regent's Regiment of Ayrshire MiHtia 5 July 1836 to March 1852 ; Lord Lieutenant 
and Sheriff Principal for the County of Ayr 17 Aug. 1842, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland 
27 Feb. 1852 to Jan. 1853 and 1858-59; sworn a Privy Councillor 27 Feb. 1852, 
Grand Master of the Order of St. Patrick 1852 to Jan. 1853 and 1858 to 5 July 1859; Lord Rector 
of Marischal College, Aberdeen, 1852, and of the University of Glasgow Nov. 1852; created D.C.L. 
Oxford 7 June 1853, K.T. 18 June 1853; succeeded his grandfather as 13th Earl and 2nd Baron 
Ardrossan 14 Dec. 1819, succeeded as 5th Earl of Winton in Scotland Dec. 1840, and created Earl 
of Winton in the Peerage of the United Kingdom 23 June 1859. She died suddenly at EgHnton 
Castle, CO. Ayr, on Friday, 16 Dec. 1853, and was bur. at Kilwinning, co. Ayr. Will dated 9 Nov. 
1851, proved (P.C.C, 23, 54) 30 Jan. 1854; special admon was granted to the Rt. Hon^'i'^ Archibald 
Montgomerie Hamilton, Earl of Eglinton and Winton, and Charles Edward Newcomen, the brother, 
two of the Exors named in the will, Samuel Pepys Cockerel], the other Exor, having renounced. He 
marr. 2ndly at the Viceregal Lodge, Dublin, 3 Nov. 1858, Lady Adela Caroline Harriet, elder dau. of 
Arthur Algernon, 6th Earl of Essex, by Lady Caroline Janetta his ist wife, 3rd dau. of William, 8th 
Duke of St. Albans. She died at Edinburgh on Monday, 31 Dec. i860, and was bur at Kilwinning. 
He died suddenly, leaving issue, at the residence of John Whyte- Melville of Mount Melville, near 
St. Andrew's, co. Fife, aged 49, on Friday, 4 Oct., and was bur. in the family vault at Kilwinning 
on Friday, 11 Oct. 1861. 



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Frederick Pepys Cockerell,= 
born at 87 Eaton Square, 
London, 6 March, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, 24 April 1833; 
educated at Winchester and 
at King's College, London ; 
A.R.I.B.A. i860, F.R.LB. A. 
30 May 1864; died suddenly 
in Paris, aged 45, on Mon- 
day, 4 Nov. 1878, and bur. 
at Auteuil, Paris. 



=Mary, 3rd dau. of Thomas Homan-Mulgck (formerly Molloy) of Bellair, 
King's County, by Frances Sophia his wife, dau. of John Berry of Cloneen, 
CO. Tipperary; born 4 Nov., bapt. at Liss, in the parish of Kilnegarenagh 
or Lemanaghan, King's County, 2 Dec. 1838; marr. at St. James', 
Piccadilly, London (by the Rev. Henry Cockerell, assisted by the Rev. 
Frederick Goudge Batho), on Saturday, 20 July 1867. She marr. istly 
at the British Embassy, Paris (by the Rev. Edward Forbes, D.D.), on 
Monday, 12 Sept. 1864, George Winter Price of Nice, France (only son 
of George Winter Price of Catford Lodge, Acton, co. Middlesex) ; born 
12 Aug. 1828; died on Wednesday, 13 Dec. 1865, and bur. at Nice, France. 

(See Pedigree of Homan-Mulock, " Visitation of Ireland" 

Vol. 3, page pi.) Q 



Evelyn, born 23 Sept. 1870; marr. at St. Saviour's, Walton Street, Upper Chelsea, co. Middlesex (by the 
Rev. Launcelot Charles Walford, the Vicar), on Tuesday, 19 July 1898, George Arthur Cookson (son 
of Lieut.-Colonel Samuel Briggs Cookson, Commandant 43rd Bengal Native Infantry) ; born 6 Aug. 
i860; entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 13th Regiment of Foot 11 Sept. 1880, and of the 90th 
Regiment of Foot 16 Oct. 1880, Lieutenant Scottish Rifles i July 1881, and of the Indian Staff Corps 
26 Jan. 1884, Captain 11 Sept. 1891, Major 11 Sept. 1900; served in the operations on the North- West 
Frontier of India 1897, with the Tirah Expeditionary Force (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 
5 April 1898, medal with three clasps); in the South African War 1901-1902, Commander of Kitchener's 
Horse, 6th Corps Mounted Infantry, and a Column (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 
7 May, 9 July and 10 Sept. 1901, Brevet of Lieut.-Colonel [promotion ante dated], medal with six clasps). 

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Helen Annie, born 28 Jan., bapt. at St. Augustine's, Queen's Gate, South Kensington, London (by the 
Rev. Richard Robert Chope, the Vicar), 28 Feb. 1872; marr. at All Saints', Ennismore Gardens, London 
(by the Rev. Leonard Goodenough, Vicar of Kineton, co. Warwick, assisted by the Rev. Ravenscroft 
Stewart, the Vicar), on Tuesday, 12 Nov. 1895, James Marshall, 2nd son of Colonel Sir Arthur Wellington 
Marshall of Buckden Towers, co. Huntingdon, J.P. and D.L. for that county, High Sheriff 1890, by 
Constance his wife, 5th dau. of William Henry Desborough of Hartford, co. Huntingdon, j 

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Frances, marr. 31 May 1821, the Very Rev. Edmund Goodenough (son of the Rt. Rev. Samuel 
Goodenough, Bishop of Carlisle); of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 15 May 1801, 
aged 16, B.A. 1805, M.A. 1807, Proctor 1816, B.D. 1819, D.D. 1820; Vicar of Warkworth, 
CO. Northampton, 18 18, Sub-Almoner to the King and Head-Master of Westminster School 
1819-28, Prebendary of York 1824, Carlisle 1826, and of Westminster 1826-31, Dean of Wells 
1 83 1 until his death; died, in his 6ist year, on Friday, 2 May, bur. in Wells Cathedral 9 May 
1845. Will dated 22 March 1838, proved (P.C.C, 479> 4S) ^9 June 1845, by Frances 
Goodenough, the relict, and Samuel Pepys Cockerell, the Exors. She died at Granada, 
Spain, aged 56, on Sunday, 5 August 1855, and was bur. at Malaga, Spain. Will dated 2 July 
1851, proved (P.C.C, 553, 56) 18 July 1856, by Lucy Goodenough, spinster, the daughter, 
one of the Exors. Power reserved to Annabella Craufurd (wife of William Henry Craufurd) 
the daughter, the other Exor. y 

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Anna Theresa, marr. at St. James', Piccadilly, London, 15 February 1855, Charles John, 
19th Earl of Shrewsbury and 4th Earl Talbot (eldest son of Admiral the Rt. Hon'''^ Henry 
John, 3rd Earl and Sth Baron Talbot, and i8th Earl of Shrewsbury, R.N., P.C, C.B., 
M.P. for South Staffordshire, and Captain of H.M. Hon^^ Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms, by 
Lady Sarah Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Henry de la Poer, 2nd Marquess of Waterford) ; born 

13 April 1830, and bapt. at Ingestre, co. Stafford; educated at Eton and at Merton College, 
Oxford, matriculated 23 February 1848, aged 17; Cornet and Sub-Lieutenant ist Life Guards 
17 January 1851, Lieutenant 5 August 1853, Captain "Queen's Own Royal" Staffordshire 
Yeomanry Cavalry 25 March 1851, Major 13 July 1864 ; D.L. for co. Stafford i November 1856 ; 
M.P. for Stafford 1857-59, for North Staffordshire 1859-65, and for Stamford 4 May to 4 June 
1868; Hereditary High Steward of Ireland, High Steward of Stafford 1868; sworn a Privy Coun- 
cillor 4 February 1875; Captain of H.M. Hon'''= Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms 1875-78; succeeded 
his father as 19th Earl of Shrewsbury and 4th Earl Talbot 4 June 1868 ; died at his residence, 
39 Dover Street, Piccadilly, London, in his 47th year, on Friday, 11 May, bur. at Ingestre 
16 May 1877. Will dated 19 August 1876, proved (Prin. Reg., 521, 77) 19 June 1877, by the 
Rt. Hon'''= Anna Theresa, Countess of Shrewsbury, of 39 Dover Street, Piccadilly, co. Middlesex, 
the relict, the sole Executrix. =j= 

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Robert Horsley Cockerell, born 22 November 1834, bapt. at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 

London, 20 January 1835 ; Lieutenant R.A. ; killed at the Battle of the Alma, aged 19, 

20 September 1854. 

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Hester Anne, born at 16 Orchard Street, Portman Square, London, on Saturday, 4 July 1868; 
marr. at St. Mary's, Chilham, co. Kent (by the Rev. Canon Francis James Holland, assisted 
by the Rev. Charles Ramsden, the Vicar), on Tuesday, 15 December 1891, Edward Travers 
Dames -Longworth of Glynwood, Athlone, co. Roscommon (eldest son of Francis Travers 
Dames-Longworth, Q.C., of Glynwood, co. Westmeath, and of Oatfield, co. Galway, by 
Frances Tenison his wife, dau. of William Noble of Annagirt, co. Monaghan) ; born 25 May 
1861; of New College, Oxford, matriculated 16 October 1880, aged 19; a Student of the Middle 
Temple 1882, Barrister-at-Law of King's Inns, Dublin; J. P. and D.L. for co. Westmeath, and 
J. P. for CO. Roscommon. =r 

(See Pedigree of Longworth-Dames, " Visitation of Ireland,^'' Vol. 2, page ^^.) 

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Horatia Lilias Anne, born at 104 St. George's Square, London, on Friday, 19 July 1872 ; marr. 
at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London (by the Rev. Canon William Chetwynd-Stapylton, assisted 
by the Rev. Leonard Goodenough and the Rev. James Baden-Powell), on Saturday, 30 April 
1898, Craufurd Alexander Gordon Clark (son of Gordon Wyatt Clark of Mickleham Hall, 
CO. Surrey, J.P. and D.L., by Anna Maria his wife, dau. of Henry Welch); born at Chessington, 
CO. Surrey, 2 March, bapt. there 10 April 1864; educated at Winchester College; entered the 
Army as Lieutenant King's Royal Rifle Corps 23 August 1884, Captain 4 January 1893, Major 

14 August 1 901; served in the Expedition to Manipur i8gi (medal with clasp), and in the 
South African War 1899-1900 (medal with three clasps); Adjutant 13th Middlesex (Queen's 
Westminster) Volunteer Rifle Corps since 1901. 

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Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of= 
John JoHiflfe Tufnell 
of Langleys, co. Essex, 
J.P. and D.L., by 
Catherine Dorothy his 
wife, eldest dau. of Sir 
Michael Pilkington of 
Chevet, co. York, 6th 
Bart.; marr. at Great 
Waltham, co. Essex, 
16 May 1827; died at 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 
CO. Sussex, on Sunday, 
7 Feb. 1 84 1, and bur. 
at Hastings, CO. Sussex, 
ist wife. 



I 
^Rev. Henry Cockerell, born at West- 
bourne House, Paddington, co. Middle- 
sex, 8 June 1801 ; of Trinity College, 
Oxford, matriculated 17 Dec. 181 9, 
aged 18, B.A. 1824, M.A. 1827 ; Vicar 
of North Weald, co. Essex, 1827 till his 
death ; died at the Vicarage, North 
Weald, aged 78, on Sunday, 8 Feb., bur. 
at North Weald 13 Feb. 1880. M.I. 
Will dated 18 Sept. 1874, with codicil 
dated 13 June 1879, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 232, 80) 31 March 1880, by 
Elizabeth Fanny Cockerell, the relict, 
and the Rev. Louis Arthur Cockerell, 
the son, both of the Vicarage, North 
Weald, CO. Essex, the Exors. 



=Elizabeth Fanny, eldest Other 
dau. of William Gordon issue, 
of the Bengal Civil Ser- 
vice; born at Seringa- 
patam, Mysore, India, 11 July 
1800; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London (by 
the Rev. Charles Almerie Belli, 
Precentor of St. Paul's Cathe- 
dral), on Tuesday, 21 May 
1844 ; died at the Vicarage, 
North Weald, in her 84th year, 
on Tuesday, 18 March, bur. at 
North Weald 22 March 1884. 
M.I. 2nd wife. 



Susan Caroline, marr. at the Castle Chapel, Dublin (by the Ven'='^ Archdeacon Gould, assisted by 
the Very Rev. Hugh Usher Tighe, Dean of Derry), on Thursday, 15 April 1858, Lieut. -Colonel 
the Hon''^^ Henry Greville Richard Vernon of Auchans House, Kilmarnock, co. Ayr (4th 
son of Robert, ist Baron Lyveden, of Lyveden, co. Northampton, G.C.B., P.C., M.P. for 
Northampton, Lord of the Treasury, &c., by Emma Mary his wife, dau. of John, Earl of Upper 
Ossory); born 6 March 1835 ; authorised by Royal Licence, dated 5 August 1845, to take (with 
his father) the surname of Vernon instead of that of Smith ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Ayr, M.P. 
for that county 1886-92 ; Lieut.-Colonel Ayrshire Artillery Volunteers. She died at Auchans 
House, Kilmarnock, on Thursday, 3 October 1901. 



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Henrietta Seliria, born 5 April 1837, bapt. at the parish church, Hampstead, co. Middlesex {no 
record in Register) ; marr. at St. James', Piccadilly, London (by the Rev. Henry Cockerell, Vicar of 
North Weald, co. Essex, assisted by the Rev. Riou George Benson, Rector of Hope Bowdler, co. 
Salop), on Tuesday, 7 August i860, Ralph Augustus Benson of Lutwyche Hall, co. Salop (eldest 
son of Moses George Benson of Lutwyche Hall, J.P. and D.L., by Charlotte his wife, only dau. 
and heiress of Colonel Lyde Browne); born 11 August 1828; of Christ Church, Oxford, M.A. 
1852 ; Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple, formerly Recorder of Shrewsbury, co. Salop, J.P. ; 
died at 5 York Street, Portman Square, London, aged 57, on Thursday, 12 March, bur. at 
Easthope, co. Salop, 18 March 1886. Will dated 7 February 1884, proved (Prin. Reg., 303, 86) 
16 April 1886, by John Rennie Cockerell of 36 Westbourne Terrace, co. Middlesex, and 
William Acland Cockerell of 20 Gloucester Place, Portman Square, co. Middlesex, two of the 
Exors. She died at Lutwyche Hall on Wednesday, 23 August, and was bur. at Easthope 
30 August 1882. ~~ 



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Robert Rennie Pepys Cockerell, born at 18 Man^ 
Chester Square, London, on Monday, 29 November 
1869, bapt. at Quebec Chapel, Bryanston Street, 
London,i2 January 1870; educated at Winchester 
and at New College, Oxford, matriculated 14 
October 1887, aged 17, B.A.; Barrister-at-Law of 
the Middle Temple 1892 ; died at 63 Canning 
Street, Liverpool, aged 32, on Wednesday, 6 August 
1902, and bur. at Liverpool. 



=Helen Violet, eldest dau. of Colonel James 
Alexander Lawrence Montgomery of the 
Indian StalT Corps, Settlement Commissioner, 
Punjab, India, by Jessie Alice his ist wife, 
2nd dau. of Sir Thomas Douglas Forsyth, C.B., 
K.C.S.I.; born 4 October 1876, and bapt. at 
Jhelum, India ; marr. at Simla, India (by the 
Ven'''^ Henry Wager Griffith, Archdeacon of 
Lahore, India), on Monday, 4 October 1897. 



{See Pedigree of Montgomery, " Visitation of Ireland," Vol. 2, page 27.) 



Phyllis Marcia, born at Darjeeling, Bengal, India, 12 May 1878; marr. at St. Ebbe's, Oxford 
(by the Rev. Philip Wilham Girdlestone Filleul, the Rector), on Saturday, 8 February 1902, 
Reginald Kennaird Benyon of the Johannesburg Mounted Rifles. 

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Catherine Paulina, 
died unmarried, in 
her 29th year, on 
Tuesday, 25 Nov., 
bur. at Fulmer, 
CO. Buckingham, 
I Dec. 1857. 



Francis Richard Cockerell, born 23 August, bapt. at North Weald, co. 
Essex, 12 October 1829; of the Bengal Civil Service, appointed Com- 
missioner of Revenue and Circuit, Rajshahye and Cooch Behar Divisions, 
Bengal, India, 1850; additional Member of the Council of the Governor- 
General; marr. at St Andrew's, Calcutta, India, 16 November 1863, 
Evelyn, youngest dau. of George Powney Thompson of the Bengal Civil 
Service; died at Glencairn House, Crieff, co. Perth, aged 58, on Monday, 
29 August, bur. in the Extra Mural Cemetery, Brighton, co. Sussex, 
3 September 1887. M.I. Will dated 21 August 1885, with codicil dated 
6 July 1887, proved (Prin. Reg., 837, 87) 27 October 1887, by Alexander 
McLaurin Monteath of Weybridge, co. Surrey, the sole Exor. 



Frederica, a Lady of the Order of Malta, born in India, and bapt. there ; marr. at St. James', 
Piccadilly, London, 12 January 1858, William Henry John, nth Baron North, of Kirtling 
Tower, co. Cambridge, and of Wroxton Abbey, co. Oxford (only son of Colonel the Rt. Hon'''= 
John Sidney North [formerly Doyle] of the 87th Regiment, J.P. and D.L., by his wife, Susan, 
Baroness North, 2nd dau. of George Augustus, 9th Lord North, and 3rd Earl of Guilford); 
born at Brighton 5 October 1836, and bapt. there; educated at Eton and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 8 June 1854, aged 17; J.P. for the counties of Oxford, Cambridge, Suffolk 
and Middlesex, and for Westminster ; County Councillor for co. Oxford (Wroxton Division) ; 
Hon. Colonel 2nd Volunteer Battalion Oxfordshire Light Infantry, formerly Lieutenant ist 
Life Guards and Major Queen's Own Oxfordshire Hussars ; A.D.C. to Earl of Eglinton, Lord 
Lieutenant of Ireland 1858; Knight of the Order of Malta; succeeded his mother as nth 
Baron 5 March 1884. =r 

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Laura Susan, William Acland Cockerell, born 27 November= 

bapt. at Hen- 1840, bapt. at Hendon 2 April 1841 ; educated 

don, CO. Mid- at Westminster School ; appointed a Junior 

dlesex, I June Clerk in the Foreign Office 27 January i860, 

1838; died at an Acting Third Secretary in the Diplomatic 

Golder's Hill, Service 1 9 December 1868, and was temporarily 

Hampstead, attached to the Embassy at Berlin ; was made 

CO. Middle- an Acting Assistant Clerk 16 February 1874, 

sex, and bur. and was promoted to be an Assistant Clerk 

at Hendon 4 i March 1877 ; was in attendance on the 

Feb. 1845. Siamese Special Embassy to London in 1880, 

and on H.I.M. the German Emperor during 

his visit to England in August 1889; promoted 

to be a Senior Clerk 7 February 1896. 



=Sidney Ada, 3rd dau. of Richard 
Davies of The Vigia, Madeira, 
and Jerez de la Frontera, Spain; 
born at Madeira i December 
1851, and bapt. there; marr. at 
St. James', Piccadilly, London 
(by the Rev. Francis Holland 
of Quebec Chapel, Bryanston 
Street, London, assisted by the 
Rev. Louis Arthur Cockerell, 
Vicar of North Weald, cousin of 
the bridegroom), on Tuesday, 
S June 1877. 



Patience Scott, born i May, 
bapt. at Quebec Chapel, 
Bryanston Street, London, 
7 June 1878. 



Samuel Pepys Cockerell, born 15 May, 
bapt. at Quebec Chapel, Bryanston 
Street, London, 21 July 1880; educated 
at Eton and at Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge; appointed a Junior Clerk in the 
Foreign Office 25 July 1902. 



Paulina Pepys, born 13 
April, bapt. at Quebec 
Chapel, BryanstonStreet, 
London, 6 July 1881. 



Frances Mary, born at i8 Manchester Square, London, on Sunday, 26 November 187 1, bapt. at 
Quebec Chapel, Bryanston Street, London, 19 January 1872 ; marr. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London (by the Rev. David Anderson, the Rector), on Wednesday, 2 April 1902, 
Henry Cecil Noel (younger son of the Rt. Hon''''^ Gerard James Noel of Catmose, Oakham, 
CO. Rutland, P.C, J.P. and D.L. for co. Rutland, by Lady Augusta Mary his wife, 2nd dau. of 
the Hon''i= Henry Cecil Lowther, M.P.) ; born at 21 Bruton Street, London, on Saturday, 
23 May 1868; entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 17th (Duke of Cambridge's Own) Lancers 
2 May 1888, Lieutenant 21 January 1893, Captain 25 March 1896 (retired). 

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Henry Edmund Cockerell, 
bapt. at North Weald, co. 
Essex, I May 1831 ; of the 
Bengal Civil Service ; killed 
by the mutineers at Banda, 
North- West Provinces, India, 
in the Indian Mutiny, aged 
26, 15 June 1857. 



Rev. Louis Arthur Cockerell of 102 Banbury Road, Oxford; 
born at North Weald 20 November, bapt. there 15 December 
1836; of Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 14 March 1856, 
aged 19, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1886; Vicar of Foulsham, co. 
Norfolk, 1868-71, of North Weald, co. Essex, 1880-92, of 
Wormingford, co. Essex, 1892-96, Rural Dean of Ongar 
1891-92, Diocesan Inspector of Schools, Oxford, since 1898. 



Henry Wellesley Cockerell, 
born 21 January, bapt. at 
Hendon, co. Middlesex, 27 
May 1842 ; of the Madras 
Light Cavalry ; died un- 
married 8 August i860, and 
bur. at Bangalore, Madras, 
East Indies. 



Samuel Pepys Cockerell= 
of 35 Phillimore Gardens, 
London; born at Golder's 
Hill, Hampstead, co. 
Middlesex, 19 December 
1844, bapt. at Hendon 
6 April 1845 ; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 12 June 1862, 
aged 17, Junior Student 
1862-69, B.A. 1866. 



=Anne Frances, his cousin, dad. of 
Captain Henry Craufurd, R.N., by 
Annabella his wife, dau. of the Very 
Rev. Edmund Goodenough, Dean of 
Wells {see page j8) ; born at Florence, 
Italy, 7 May 1857 ; marr. at Lynd- 
hurst, CO. Hants (by the Rev. Louis 
Arthur Cockerell), on Tuesday, 13 
August 1878 ; died at Cliffside, 
Bournemouth, co. Hants, aged 23, 
on Saturday, 11 September, bur. at 
Lyndhurst 15 September 1880. 



Frederica, born at 29 South Bank, Regent's 
Park, London, on Friday, 16 May, bapt. at 
St. Mark's, Hamilton Terrace, London (by 
the Rev. Canon Robinson Duckworth, D.D., 
the Vicar), 18 June 1879. 



Frederick William Pepys Cockerell, 
bom at 18 Manchester Square, 
London, on Monday, 10 July, bapt. 
at Quebec Chapel, Bryanston Street, 
London, 9 August 1876; educated 
at Winchester and at New College, 
Oxford. 



Lawrence Homan Mulock Pepys Cockerell, born at 18 
Manchester Square, London, on Tuesday, 15 October, 
bapt. at Quebec Chapel, Bryanston Street, London, 16 
November 1878; educated at Rugby; 2nd Lieutenant 
Royal Berkshire (Princess Charlotte of Wales') Regiment 
16 February 1898, Lieutenant 12 July 1900; employed 
with West African Field Force 12 December 1900, 
served in South African War 1899-1900 (mentioned in 
despatches, "London Gazette," 10 September 1901). 



A/ /t . /^^T^^^A^ 



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(S^urDon^lReljoto of l2atben{)oe ^arli, 

CO. €ssey. 




Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Gules, two long-bows, bent and interlaced 
in saltire or, stringed argent, between four 
bezants, each charged with a fleur-de-lis 
azure, and for distinction a canton of the 
second. 

Crest. — A demi-eagle displayed sable, 
issuant out of a mural crown gold, on the 
breast a bezant charged with a fleur-de-lis 
azure, in the beak an arrow, feathered and 
headed, argent, on the mural crown a 
torteau for distinction. 



Lieut.-Colonel Theophilus Thornhagh= 
Gurdon of Letton, co. Norfolk, and of 
Grundisburgh, co. Suffolk (eldest son 
and heir of Brampton Gurdon of Letton 
and of Grundisburgh [who assumed by 
Royal Licence the name of Dillingham], 
by Mary his ist wife, dau. of Philip 
Bedingfeld of Ditchingham, co. Norfolk); 
born in The Close, Norwich, 24 August 
1764, and bapt. there privately the same 
day ; of Magdalen College, Oxford, 
matriculated 13 May 1782, aged 17; 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Norfolk, High 
Sheriff 1824 ; Lie^it.-Colonel of the 
West Norfolk Militia ; resumed his 
patronymic in 1824; died at Letton, 
in his 85th year, on Tuesday, 13 March, 
bur. at Cranworth, co. Norfolk, 20 March 
1849. Will dated 27 July 1835, with 
four codicils dated respectively 3 July 
1837, 7 July 1838, 27 April 1840 
and 6 July 1842, proved (P.C.C., 360, 
49) 18 May 1849, by Brampton Gurdon, 
the son, one of the Exors. Power 
reserved to Anne Gurdon, the relict, the 
other Exor. 



=Anne, only dau. of 
William Mellish of 
Blyth, CO. Notting- 
ham, M.P.,by Anne 
his wife, dau. of John 
Gore of Bushill, co. 
Middlesex; born in 
1770 ; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 25 
July 1796; died at 
Gloucester Place, 
London, in her 8ist 
year, on Monday, 
23 December, bur. 
at Cranworth 3 1 De- 
cember 1850. Will 
dated 2 7 April 1 849, 
with codicil dated 
27 January 1850, 
proved(P.C.C.,i99, 
51) II March 1851, 
by John Gurdon- 
Rebow and William 
Gurdon, the sons, 
the Exors. 



Mary Martin, only child and heiress= 
of Lieut.-General Francis Rebow 
(formerly Slater) of Wivenhoe Park, 
CO. Essex, by Mary Hester his wife, 
eldest dau. and coheir of Isaac 
Martin Rebow of Wivenhoe Park) ; 
marr. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 28 July 1835; 
marr. istly in 1824, Sir Thomas 
Ormsby, Bart, (younger son of Sir 
Charles Montague Ormsby, ist 
Bart., Barrister-at-Law, K.C., and 
M.P., by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Kingsbury); born 26 May 
1797; succeeded his brother, Sir 
James Ormsby, as 3rd Bart, ini 82 2 ; 
died s.p. at Cowes, Isle of Wight, 
aged 35, 9 Aug. 1833. Memorial 
tablet on wall of the North nave of 
St. Mary's, Colchester, co. Essex. 
She resumed the name of Rebow by 
Royal Licence on the death of her 
mother in 1834; died, in her 38th 
year, 17 Sept., bur. in the family 
vault at St. Mary's, Colchester, 23 
Sept. 1842. Memorial tablet on wall 
of the North nave of St. Mary's, 
Colchester, ist wife. 



=John Gurdon-Rebow (2nd= 
son); born 4 April 1799; 
elected M.P. for Colchester 
24 February 1857, High 
Sheriff for co. Essex ; assumed 
by Royal Licence dated 
2 September 1835, the name 
and arms of Rebow in addi- 
tion to and after that of 
Gurdon ; died at Wivenhoe 
Park, aged 71, 12 October, 
bur. in the cemetery at 
Colchester 19 October 1870. 
Memorial tablet in the parish 
church at Wivenhoe. AdfSon 
(with will dated 23 De- 
cember 1845, and three 
codicils dated respectively 8 
December 1846, 24 October 
1865 and 31 May 1867) was 
granted (Prin. Reg., 49, 71) 
12 January 1871, to Hector 
John Gurdon-Rebow of 
Wivenhoe Park, co. Essex, 
the son, the residuary legatee. 



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=Lady Georgina For other issue 
Isabella Eleanor, see Pedigree 
5th dau. of of Cranworth, 
Hector John, 2nd page g2. 
Earl of Norbury, 
by Elizabeth his 
wife, only child of William 
Brabazon of Brabazon Park, 
CO. Mayo; born 3 May 18 19; 
marr. at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, 2 December 1845 ; 
died, aged 80, 23 January, bur. 
in the cemetery at Colchester 
26 January 1900. Adfnon was 
granted at the Principal 
Registry 26 February 1900, to 
Hector John Gurdon-Rebow. 
2nd wife. 



Hector John Gurdon-Rebow of \Vivenhoe= 
Park, CO. Essex; born at Cumberland Place, 
London, on Friday, ii September 1846, 
bapt. privately at St. Peter's, Wivenhoe (by 
the Rev. Edward Gurdon), 21 January 
1847; of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1869; J.P. and D.L. for co. Essex, 
High Sheriff 1882, J.P. for co. Cambridge ; 
formerly of the Essex Rifles Militia, and 
Cornet and Sub-Lieutenant 2nd Life 
Guards ; Mayor of Colchester 1884-85. 



=Blanche Judith (his ist cousin), 6th dau. of the 
Rev. Philip Gurdon, Rector of Cranworth-cum- 
Letton, South Burgh and Reymerston, co. Norfolk, 
by Henrietta Laura Pulteney his wife, 2nd dau. of 
John Pulteney of Northerwood House, co. Hants; 
born 23 September 1845 ; marr. at Cranworth (by 
the Rev. Prebendary Basil Beridge, uncle of the 
bride, assisted by the Rev. William Buncombe) on 
Wednesday, 25 June 1873. 

(See Pedigree of Cranworth, page (?/). 



Martin Gurdon-Rebow, born at 
Crowood, Ramsbury, co. Wilts, 
on Saturday, 6 February, bapt. 
at Ramsbury 6 April 1875; Lieu- 
tenant 3rd Battalion Grenadier 
Guards ; served with the ist 
Battalion Grenadier Guards in 
the Soudan War 1898, present 
at the battle of Omdurman 
(Egyptian medal with clasp, 
medal), and in South African 
War 1899-1901; killed in action 
near Riet Siding, Cape Colony, 
South Africa, aged 26, on 
Monday, 16 September 1901, 
and bur. in the cemetery at De 
Aar, South Africa. 



Winifred, born at Crowood, Ramsbury, on Tuesday, 10 
October, bapt. at Ramsbury 18 November 1876; marr. at 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, 15 July 1902, Charles 
Eustace Hutton of Gate Burton Hall, co. Lincoln (eldest 
son of Colonel George Morland Hutton, C.B., of Gate 
Burton Hall, J. P., by Eustacie Emma Millicent his wife, 
only child of Eustace Arkwright of Sutton Scarsdale, co. 
Derby) ; born at 5 Queen Anne Street, Cavendish Square, 
I.ondon, 17 November 1873, and bapt. at Knaith Hall, 
Gainsborough, co. Lincoln, in February 1874 ; educated at 
Eton ; formerly Captain 4th Battalion Derbyshire (The 
Sherwood Foresters) Regiment. He marr. istlyat Colombo, 
Ceylon, i June 1897, Dorothy, youngest dau. of John Ingle, 
formerly of the 78th Highlanders ; born at Sandford, 
Orleigh, co. Devon, 2 July 1877 ; she died s.p., aged 22, on 
Tuesday, 27 June 1898, and was bur. at Kandy, Ceylon. 



Georgina Elizabeth 
Anne, born at 11 1 
Eaton Square, Lon- 
don, on Thursday, 
II November 1852, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, 5 
January 1853. 



Mary Louisa, born at iii Eaton Square, London, on Tuesday, 21 July, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, 27 August 1857 ; marr. at 
St. Mary Magdalene's, Paddington, London (by the Rev. Francis Gurdon, 
assisted by the Rev. Charles Berners Penrice, father of the bridegroom), 
on Tuesday, 21 April 1896, the Rev. Charles John Penrice (only son 
of the Rev. Charles Berners Penrice, Rector of Little Plumstead, co. 
Norfolk, by Catherine his wife, dau. of the Rev. George Ernest Little 
[formerly Howman] of Newbold Pacey, co. Warwick) ; born at the 
Parsonage, Little Plumstead, on Monday, 4 December, bapt. at Little 
Plumstead on Christmas Day, 25 December 1865 ; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, matriculated 1884, B.A. 1887, M.A. 1891 ; Chaplain at 
Christ Church, Nice, France, 1896-97, Chaplain of Devon House of 
Mercy, Bovey Tracey, co. Devon, since 1897. 



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Cur quant). 



Leonard Turquand of Bishopsgate Street, London, and of= 
I Lambeth Place, Kennington, co. Surrey (2nd son of Paul 
Turquand, by Marie Catherine his wife, dau. of his uncle, 
Ren^ Turquand); born 18 September 1747; died at Kennington, 
aged 66, 14 September, bur. at the parish church, Spitalfields, 
London, 20 September 1814. Will dated 10 December 1802, 
proved (P.C.C, 586 Bridport) 5 October 1814, by Elizabeth 
Turquand, spinster, the daughter and one of the surviving 
Exors. Power reserved to WiUiam Turquand, the son, and 
Ann Grellier, widow (formerly Turquand, spinster), the other 
surviving Exors, and also to James Turquand and Bernard 
Turquand, the sons of deceased and the substituted Exors. 



=Elizabeth, dau. of John 
Vansommer of Spital Square, 
London, by Ann his wife, 
dau. of James Pain of Dieppe, 
France ; marr. at Great 
Garden Street, Whitechapel, 
CO. Middlesex, 20 April 1 77 1 ; 
died at Kennington, aged 56, 
16 August, bur. at the parish 
church, Spitalfields, London, 
19 August 1807. 



Paul Leonard 
Turquand, born 
6 Feb. 1772 ; 
died at New 
York, U.S.A. 

A 

Elizabeth, born 
2 May 1773, 
and died young. 



Mary, born 22 
February 1775, 
and died young. 



Ann, born 5 
February 1777; 
married John 
James Grellier 
of London. 



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William Turquand of Norwood, co.= 
Surrey; born i July 1781 ; an Official 
Assignee of the Court of Bankruptcy 
for 1 7 years ; died suddenly in King 
William Street, in the City of London, 
in his 69th year, on Wednesday, 28 
November, bur. at St. Luke's, West 
Norwood, 5 December 1849. M.I. 
Will dated 24 December 1846, proved 
(P.C.C, 970, 49) 14 December 1849, 
by William Turquand, the son, one 
of the Exors. Power reserved to 
Henrietta Ellen Turquand, the relict, 
the other Exor. 



=Henrietta Ellen, 
dau. of John 
Dalley ; marr. at 
the parish church, 
Hertford, 6 No- 
vember 1813 ; 
died at Southern 
Hill, Reading, 
CO. Berks, aged 
71, on Sunday, 
13 May, bur. in 
the cemetery at 
Reading 19 May 
i860. M.L 



Ellen, born at 
Kennington, and 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Lambeth, 30 No- 
vember 18 14; died 
at Norwood, aged 
15, 28 December 

1830, bur. at St. 
Luke's, West Nor- 
wood, 4 January 

1831. M.L 



Elizabeth, born 
at Norwood, and 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Lambeth, 4 Jan- 
uary 1816; died, 
aged 20, 23 Jan- 
uary, bur. at St. 
Luke's, West Nor- 
wood, 28 January 
1836. M.L 



Lucy, born at Norwood, and 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Lambeth, 
16 April 181 7; died, aged 10, 
12 August, bur. at St. Luke's, 
West Norwood, 18 August 1827. 
M.L _ 

William Turquand, born at Nor- 
wood 9 June, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Lambeth, 10 July 1818; marr. 
at All Saints', Margaret Street, 
London (by the Rev. Upton 
Richards), on Wednesday, 19 
June 1872, Ada, 3rd dau. of 
Archibald John Brunton of 
Tavistock Square, London ; 
died at 20 Norfolk Street, Park 
Lane, London, aged 75, on 
Tuesday, 20 March, bur. in the 
cemetery at Reading 24 March 
1894. Will dated 7 December 
1 89 1, proved (Prin. Reg., 616, 
94) 30 April 1894, by Henry 
Bishop, John Francis Clarke, 
and Charles Joseph Holdsworth, 
the Exors. 



Catherine, born at Norwood 19 December 
18 19, bapt. at St. Mary's, Lambeth, 18 
February 1820; marr. at St. Luke's, West 
Norwood, 1 2 October 1 842, George Royde 
Colbeck of Byron Hill, Harrow, co. 
Middlesex, formerly of Leamington, co. 
Warwick (youngest son of Thomas Colbeck 
of Hertford) ; born 1 2 August 181 1 ; died at 
Byron Hill, Harrow, aged 71, on Saturday, 
9 September, bur. at the parish church, 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 12 September 
1882. M.L Will dated IS October 1852, 
with two codicils dated respectively 24 
March 1880 and 9 August 1882, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 17, 83) 9 January 1883, by 
Charles Colbeck of Harrow-on-the-Hill, 
CO. Middlesex, the son, one of the Exors. 
She died at her son's residence, St. Kilda, 
Upper Norwood, aged 78, on Wednesday, 
4 May, bur. at the parish church, Hamp- 
stead, 7 May 1898. M.L Admon was 
granted at the Principal Registry 25 
February 1899, to Charles Colbeck, 
Assistant-Master at Harrow School. 



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Elizabeth, born at Bishopsgate Street, London, 25 December 1783; marr. at the parish church, 
Clapham, co. Surrey, 5 November 18 19, ttie Rev. Samuel Eyles Pierce; bom in June 1746; 
Mmister of the Printer's Court Chapel, Shoe Lane, London, and Bethel Chapel, Brixton, co. 
Surrey; died at Acre Lane, Clapham, aged 83, 10 May 1829. Will dated 13 May 1824, proved 
(P.C.C., 309 Liverpool) 21 May 1829, by Elizabeth Pierce, the relict, the sole Executrix. She 
died, aged 63, 18 December 1846. 



Lucy Stradling of= 
Downton, co. Wilts ; 
born at Downton ; 
marr. at Lymington, 
CO. Hants, 23 Feb- 
ruary 1839 ; died, 
aged 37, 21 July, 
bur. in Norwood 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, 
28 July 1842. ist 
wife. M.I. 



=Samuel James Turquand of Camberwell,= 
CO. Surrey; born at Tytherley, co. Hants, 
27 June 1815 ; died at Acacia Lodge, 
Wallwood Road, Leytonstone, co. Essex, 
aged 68, on Wednesday, 26 September 1883, 
and bur. in Ilford Cemetery, co. Essex. 
Will dated 24 August i860, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 858, 83) 24 October 1883, by Eliza 
Jane Turquand of Acacia Lodge, Wallwood 
Road, Leytonstone, co. Essex, the relict, 
the sole Executrix. 



=Eliza Jane, 4th dau. of 
William Shallcrass, by 
Eliza Davis his wife ; born 
at Banstead, co. Surrey, 
16 October, bapt. there 
privately 18 October 1824; 
marr. at Old Lambeth 
Church, CO. Surrey, 30 July 
1845. 2nd wife. 



James Samuel Turquand, bom 
at Camberwell 26 April 1840; 
died at South Hornsey, co. 
Middlesex, aged 33, 22 May, 
bur. in Abney Park Cemetery, 
London, 27 May 1863. 



Lucy Ellen, born Marianne, bom at Camberwell 8 June 

19 May, died 1846; marr. by licence at Milton Road 

3 October 1842, Congregational Church, South Hornsey 

and bur. in Nor- (by the Rev. John Johnston), 1 7 May 

wood Cemetery. 1871, Charles Brown of Stepney, co. 

M.I. Middlesex, son of Charles Brown. 

I 



Marian, born at Norwood, 
and bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Lambeth, 25 July 1822; 
died, aged 9, 6 February, 
bur. at St. Luke's, West 
Norwood, 12 February 
1831. M.L 



Rosa, born at Norwood 
12 October, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Lambeth, 10 
December 1823; died at 
Southem Hill, Reading, 
CO. Berks, aged 70, on 
Sunday, 28 January, bur. 
in the cemetery at Reading 
I February 1894. M.I. 



I I 
Leonard Turquand, born at Norwood 6 February, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Lambeth, 23 March 1825 ; 
Lieutenant in the 2nd European Bombay 
Light Infantry; died at Belgaum, Bombay, India, 
aged 25, 18 January 185 1. M.I. at St. Luke's, 
West Norwood. Will dated 27 January 1894, 
proved at Oxford 19 February 1894, by Henrietta 
Turquand and Louisa Turquand, spinsters, the 
sisters, the Executrixes. 



Frances, born at Norwood 27 September, bapt. 
at St. Luke's, West Norwood, i November 
1826; marr. at Eversholt, co. Bedford (by the 
Rev. William Royde Colbeck, Vicar of Fressing- 
field, CO. Suffolk), on Thursday, 7 August 1851, 
John James Matthey (eldest son of A. Matthey 
of Messina, Sicily) ; died at Tottenham, co. 
Middlesex, aged 47, on Friday, 27 March, bur. 
in the cemetery at Tottenham 30 March 1863. 

A 



Henrietta, born 
at Norwood 7 
January, bapt. at 
St. Luke's, West 
Norwood, 9 April 
1828. 



Louisa, born at 
Norwood 20 Ap- 
ril, bapt. at St. 
Luke's,WestNor- 
wood, 13 June 
1831. 



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Marianne, dau. of William= 
Shallcrass of Banstead, co. 
Surrey, by Susanna his 
wife ; born in 1783 ; marr. 
by licence at Banstead 
6 June 181 1 ; died in 
1820, and bur. at Milford 
Chapel, ist wife. 



=Rev. James Turquand of Milford, co.^ 
Hants; born at 23 Bishopsgate Street, 
London, 8 January 1787; Minister at 
Milford Chapel for 21 years; died at 
Milford, aged 50, 6 December 1836, 
and bur. at Milford Chapel. M.I. Will 
dated 27 October 1831, proved (P. C.C, 
126 Norwich) 13 February 1837, by 
Jasper Shallcrass, John Whitmore and 
the Rev. James Millard, the Exors. 



=Elizabeth Kingston, born 
in 1787; marr. 30 April 
1822 ; died at Manchester 
Terrace, Islington, co. 
Middlesex, in her 69th 
year, on Tuesday, 25 July, 
bur. in Highgate Cemetery, 
London, on Sunday, 30 
July 1854. 2nd wife. 



Mary Jane, dau.= 
of Richard Mason ; 
born at Lymington, 
CO. Hants; marr. by 
licence at St. Giles', 
Camberwell, co. 
Surrey, 26 August 
184s ; died, aged 
54, 3 October, bur. 
in the Extra Mural 
Cemetery, Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, 9 Oc- 
tober 1872. M.I. 
I St wife. 



=EbenezerTurquand= 
of Milford, co. 
Hants ; born at Mil- 
ford 30 November 
1 81 7; died at West 
Hill, Wandsworth, 
CO. Surrey, 20 May, 
bur. in the cemetery 
at Wandsworth 23 
May 1902. 



=Susanna, dau. of 
William Looker, 
by Mary Ann his 
wife, dau. of John 
Weston ; born at 
East Woodhay, co. 
Hants, 10 June 
1833, and bapt. 
there ; marr. at 
Bond Street Baptist 
Chapel, Brighton, 
15 September 1873. 
2nd wife. 



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Mary, born at Milford 6 April 
r8i9; marr. at the Baptist 
Chapel, Milford (by the Rev. 
Henry Viney Gill, the Minister), 
15 September 1852, the Rev. 
Alfred Sharp (son of Henry 
Sharp); born at Totteridge, co. 
Hertford ; a Baptist Minister ; 
died at Melbourne, Australia, 
in 1889, and bur. there. She 
died at Anglesey House, South- 
ampton, aged 69, on Tuesday, 
7 August, and was bur. in the 
cemetery at Southampton 11 
August 1888. M.I. 



I 



Lydia, dau. of James Morley ;= 
born at Brighton, and bapt. at 
Bond Street Chapel, Brighton ; 
marr. at Sussex Street Baptist 
Chapel, Brighton, 13 September 
1873; died 9 February, bur. 
in Ilford Cemetery, co. Essex, 
9 February 1886. ist wife. 



=Louis Turquand of Hornsey,= 
CO. Middlesex; born at 
Camberwell, co. Surrey, 
8 May 1847, and bapt. at 
Salter's Hall Chapel, Baxter 
Road, Essex Road, Islington, 
CO. Middlesex. 



=Lydia, dau. of George Lickfold 
of Haslemere, co. Surrey, by 
Charlotte Chalcraft his wife; 
born at Haslemere 23 April 
1854, and bapt. at Carlton 
Chapel, Southampton; marr. at 
the Wesleyan Chapel, Aldershot, 
CO. Hants, 16 March 1899. 
2nd wjfe. 



Frederick James Turquand, born at 
Clonbrock Road, South Hornsey, 
22 June 1874, and bapt. at the Downs 
Chapel, Clapton, co. Middlesex. 



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Bernard Turquand (twin with George), born 2 February 
1790 ; marr. Elizabeth Betty Bennett, who died at York 
(now Toronto), Canada. He died at Montreal, Quebec, 
Canada. =j= 

A 



George Turquand (twin with Ber- 
nard), born 2 February 1790, and 
died in 1795. 



Mary Emma, dau. of= 
George Mickle of 
Newcastle - on - Tyne, 
CO. Northumberland ; 
born at Newcastle- 
on-Tyne in 1823 ; 
marr. at the Con- 
gregational Church, 
Junction Road, Hol- 
loway, CO. Middlesex 
(by the Rev. William 
Brock of Bloomsbury 
Chapel, London), on 
Tuesday, 7 March 
1854 ; died at 4 The 
Terrace, Walworth, co. 
Surrey, on Thursday, 
9 February, bur. in 
Highgate Cemetery, 
London, 14 February 
i860, ist wife. 



=Rev. Paul James Turquand,= 
born at Milford, co. Hants, 
9 February 1826; educated 
at Homerton and at New 
College, South Hampstead; 
Minister of the Independent 
Chapel, York Street, Wal- 
worth, 1853-90 ; died at 

3 Lynette Avenue, Clapham 
Common, co. Surrey, aged 
76, on Tuesday, 12 August, 
bur. in Highgate Cemetery, 
London, on Saturday, 16 
August 1902. Will dated 

4 December 1900, proved 
at the Principal Registry 
9 October 1902, by Paul 
Turquand, the son, and 
Lizzy Emma Turquand, the 
daughter, the Exors. 



=Jane, eldest dau. of JohnTurquand, 
Thomas Fauntleroy of born at Milford 
Wellington Road, Brigh- 3 September 
ton, CO. Sussex, and of 1824 ; died in 
Potter's Fields, South- Australia, 
wark, CO. Surrey, by Janet 
his wife, dau. of Daniel 
McKellar of Greenock, co. Renfrew ; born 
2 May 1824; marr. at North Street Chapel, 
Brighton (by the Rev. Robert Vaughan 
Price, M. A., LL.B.), on Wednesday, 26 Sept. 
1866 ; died suddenly at 3 Lynette Avenue, 
Clapham Common, aged 76, on Friday, 19 
Oct., bur. in Highgate Cemetery, London, 
23 Oct. 1900. Will dated 11 March 1898, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 63, 1900) 19 Nov. 1900, 
by Paul Turquand, the step-son, and 
Frederick Remington, the nephew, the 
Exors. 2nd wife. 

{See Fauntleroy Pedigrees, " Fragmenta 
Genealogica," Vol. 7, pages 44-48). 



S^aujJi/ iayyy^-LM Juo^u/*^^^ 



Paul Turquand,= 
born at Walworth 
12 January 1855 ; 
educated at Amer- 
sham Hall, Caver- 
sham, CO. Berks. 



'Elizabeth Margaret, dau. of Charles Lizzy Emma, 

Pitcher of Kilburn, co. Middlesex, born at 4 

by Christina his wife, dau. of The Terrace, 

William and Margaret Taylor of Walworth, on 

Shrub Hill, Edinburgh; born at Friday, 1 9 Sep- 

Leith House, Kilburn, 20 August tember 1856. 
1856; marr. at St. Saviour's, 
Camberwell, co. Surrey (by the 
Rev. Lewis Thomas Chavasse), on 
Saturday, 18 September 1880. 



Annette, born at 4 The 
Terrace, Walworth, on 
Wednesday, i Decem- 
ber 1858; died at 
Bordighera, Italy, aged 
32, on Monday, 27 
April, bur. there 28 
April 1 89 1. 



Christine Emma, born at 
Leith House, Wheathill 
Road, Anerley, co. Surrey, 
on Monday, 24 July 1881. 



Elizabeth Mary, born 
atLeith House, Wheat- 
hill Road, Anerley, on 
Monday, 30 July 1883. 



Margaret, born at 
22 Wheathill Road, 
Anerley, on Tues- 
day, 2 March 1886. 



Nettie Kate, born at 
22 Wheathill Road, 
Anerley, on Thursday, 
13 November 1890. 



Emilie, born Leonard Turquand, born at Cheapside, London, 
at Walworth 1 July 1851; marr. at the parish church. Hackney, 
24 September co. Middlesex (by the Rev. Arthur Brook, the 
1849. Rector), 2 August 1878, Ada Charlotte, dau. of 

William Copeland. 

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Barnard Robert Turquand, 
born I July 1854; died in 
October 1856. 



Eliza Shallcrass, born at South Hornsey, 
CO. Middlesex, 24 June 1858 ; marr. at the 
Registry Office in the district of West Ham, 
CO. Essex, 27 June 1892, Benjamin Bird 
Bedingfield, son of Henry Bedingfield. 



Paul William=j=Ada Emily, dau. of John Jonas 



Turquand, bom 
at South Horn- 
sey 2 1 February 
i860. 



Osman of Clapton, co. Middlesex; 
marr. at the parish church. 
Hackney, co. Middlesex (by the 
Rev. Jonathan Charles) 4 August 
1881. 



A\ 



I 
Ernest Barnard Turquand, born= 
at South Hornsey 8 November 
1861. 



=Alice EUzabeth, dau. of Charles Tyler of Cambridge, by 
Susaima his wife ; born at Stepney, co. Middlesex, 2 April 
1870 ; marr. at St. Peter's, Mile End, co. Middlesex, 
5 August 1893. 



Rita Evelyn Shallcrass, Leonard Wilfred Ernest Barnard Eric Stanley Turquand, 
born at Bow, co. Mid- Turquand, born at Bow born at Leyton, co. Essex, 29 
dlesex, 20 July 1894. 28 October 1895. June 1901 ; died 4 May 1902. 



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C{)ampmj>s of JTrognal. 3|ampsteali. 
to. Miti^ltm. 



Arms.—Vei pale, argent and sable, within a bordure engrailed 
and counter-changed, a lion rampant or. 

Crest.— A demi-Moor aflFronte, the head wreathed, and holding 
in the dexter hand a gem ring. 



Middlesex, and of Caddington, 
CO. Bedford, Sub-Dean of St. 
Paul's Cathedral, Minor Canon of 
Westminster Abbey and Windsor, 



Rev. William Betton Champneys (son of the Rev. Weldon Champnevs = 
P-D., Vicar of St. Pancras, co. 

y\€/cLr?i. duufyvp nSJps 

and Lecturer at St Bride's, Fleet Street, London, by Frances Porter his 
2nd wife); born 13 October, bapt. privately 16 October 1778 (baptism 
registered at St. Margaret's, Westminster); educated at Merchant Taylor's 
School and at St. John's College, Oxford, matriculated 27 June 1796, aged 
17, B.C.L. 1801 ; Curate of St. Pancras; died at 12 London Street, Fitzroy 
Square, London, aged 57, 11 November 1835. M.I. Will dated 4 April 
1833, proved (P.C.C, 699 Gloster) i December 1835, by Martha 
Champneys, the relict, and the Rev. William Weldon Champneys and 
Edward Free Champneys, the sons, the Exors. 



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=Martha, dau. of 
Montague Stable 
of The Terrace, 
Kentish Town, 
CO. Middlesex ; 
born 29 May 
1777 ; marr. at 
the parish church, 
St. Pancras, 22 
May 1806; died 
10 September, 
bur. at the parish 
church, Claines, 
CO. Worcester, 16 
Septembei' 1852. 
M.L 



Very Rev. William Weldon Champneys, born at Camden Town, co.= 
Middlesex, 6 April 1807; of Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated 
3 July 1824, aged 17, B.A. (2nd Class Lit. Hum.) 1828, M.A. 1831, 
Fellow 1831-39; Curate of Dorchester, co. Oxford, 1830-31, Curate-in- 
charge of St. Ebbe's, Oxford, 1831, Rector of St. Mary's, Whitechapel, 
CO. Middlesex, 1837-60, Vicar and Rural Dean of St. Pancras 1860-69, 
Canon Residentiary of St. Paul's Cathedral 3 November 185 1 to 
II November 1868, Rector of Tatenhill, co. Stafford, and Dean of 
Lichfield 11 November 1868 until his death; Author of "Images, or 
Allegories for the Young," 1849, "Spirit in the Word," 1862, "Facts 
and Fragments," 1864, and other works; died at The Deanery, 
Lichfield, 4 February, bur. in South side of the yard of Lichfield 
Cathedral 9 February 1875. ^-I- The Communion Plate and an 
External Pulpit at St. Mary's, Whitechapel, given 2 February 1877, at the 
consecration of the church, are also to his memory. Will dated 1 9 May , 
1864, with codicil dated 8 March 1870, proved (Prin. Reg., 202, 75) 
18 March 1875, by the Rev. Edward Penrose Hathaway of Queen's 
College, in the University of Oxford, Charles Adkin of the " Blue Boar," 
Aldgate, London, and of The Hermitage, Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 
and the Rev. Weldon Champneys of The Vicarage, Haslingden, co. 
Lancaster, the son, the Exors. 




=Mary Anne, 4th dau. 
of Paul Storr of 
Beckenham, co. Kent, 
by Elizabeth Beyer 
his wife ; born in 
London ; marr. at 
Beckenham 20 March 
1838; died at Priory 
Hill, Frognal, Hamp- 
stead, aged 81, on 
Tuesday, 2 June, bur. 
in Hampstead Ceme- 
tery, 5 June 1 89 1. 
Will dated 4 May 
1888, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 711,91)25 July 
1891, by the Rev. 
Weldon Champneys 
of Haslingden Vicar- 
age, CO. I^ancaster, 
the son, one of the 
Exors. 



Rev. Edward Free Champneys, bom at Camden Town,= 
CO. Middlesex, 3 May 1809 ; of Magdalen College, 
Oxford, matriculated 10 December 1835, aged 26 ; Curate 
of Whitechapel, co. Middlesex ; Secretary of Pastoral 
Aid Society; died at Caxton, co. Cambridge, aged 36, 
16 June, bur. at St. Mary's, Whitechapel, 21 June 1845. 
Admon was granted (P.C.C., 326, 45) 2 July 1845, to 
Mary Frances Champneys, the relict. 



=Mary Frances, youngest dau. of the 
Rev. Richard Francis Davis, D.D., 
Rector of Pendock, co. Worcester, 
and of All Saints', Worcester, by 
Sarah his wife, dau. of William 
Stable; born 3 December 181 1 ; 
marr. at Pendock 21 December 
1843. 



Mary Jane, born on Thursday, 
28 November, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Whitechapel, 26 December 1844. 



Rev. Weldon Champneys, born at the= 
Rectory, Whitechapel, 26 August, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Whitechapel, 13 October 1839; 
educated at Charterhouse and at Brasenose 
College, Oxford, Hulmeian Exhibitioner, 
matriculated 6 May 1858, aged 18, 2nd- 
class Mods. 1859, B.A. and Hon. 4th-class 
Math. 1 86 1, M.A. 1864; Vicar of Hasling- 
den, CO. Lancaster, 1874, Rural Dean of 
Whalley 1878, Proctor for Archdeaconry 
of Blackburn 1880, re-elected 1885 and 
1886, Hon. Canon of Manchester 1886; 
died at his residence. Carter Place, 
Haslingden, on Monday, 9 May, bur. in 
Hampstead Cemetery 12 May 1892. M.I. 
AdrSon (with will dated 7 August 1888) 
was granted (Prin. Reg., 822, 92) 23 Au- 
gust 1892, to Frances Sophia Champneys, 
the relict, the universal legatee. 



Frances Mary, born at 
Haslingden on Friday, 
1 1 November, bapt. 
there on Christmas Day, 
25 December 1887. 



■Frances Sophia, eldest dau. and 
coheir of Henry Master Feilden 
of Witton Park, co. Lancaster, 
M.P., J.P., and D.L., Captain 
I St Royal Lancaster Militia, by 
Caroline his wifCj 5th dau. of 
Sir Oswald Mosley of Rolleston 
Hall, CO. Stafford, D.C.L., M.P., 
2nd Bart. ; born at Witton Park 
on Tuesday, 8 February 1848 ; 
marr. at St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, London (by the 
Rt. Rev. James Eraser, D.D., 
Bishop of Manchester, and the 
Rt. Rev. Anthony Wilson 
Thorold, Bishop of Rochester, 
assisted by the Rev. William 
Leyland Feilden, Vicar of 
Knowsley, co. Lancaster, uncle 
of the bride), on Tuesday, 
23 September 1879. 



Montague Storr 
Champneys, born 
29 Aug., bapt. at 
St. Mary's, White- 
chapel, 24 Sept. 
1840 ; educated 
at Charterhouse 
(gold medallist) 
and at Exeter 
College, Oxford, 
matriculated 14 
June 1859, aged 
19 ; of the Indian 
Civil Service; died 
at St. Pancras 
Vicarage, aged 2 7, 
on Tuesday, 28 
July 1868, and 
bur. at Tooting, 
CO. Surrey. 




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Elizabeth Ellen, born 30 June 1814; marr. at St. Pancras New Church, co. Middlesex (by the 
Rev. William Weldon Champneys, Rector of St. Mary's, Whitechapel, co. Middlesex), on 
Tuesday, 19 March 1839, Henry Davis, F.R.C.S. (youngest son of the Rev. Richard Francis 
Davis, D.D., Rector of Pendock, co. Worcester, and of All Saints', Worcester, by Sarah his wife, 
dau. of William Stable); died, aged 40, and bur. at St. George's, Claines, co. Worcester, 
29 November 1854. M.I. Adiiion was granted (P.C.C.) 15 January 1855, to Elizabeth Ellen 
Davis, the relict. She died 7 March, and was bur. at St. George's, Claines, 12 March 1861. M.I. 



Basil Champneys of Hall Oak, Frognal, Hampstead,= 
CO. Middlesex ; bom at the Rectory, Whitechapel, 
17 September, bapt. at St. Mary's, Whitechapel, 
10 November 1842 ; educated at Charterhouse, 
Foundation Scholar and Gold Medallist i860, and 
at Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated i860, 
aged 18, B.A. (2nd-class classical honours) 1864; 
Architect of Mansfield College, Robinson Memorial 
Tower, Tutor's House and Staircase Buildings, New 
College, Indian Institute and St. Peter le Bailey's 
Church, Oxford, the Divinity Schools, Archaeological 
Museum and Newnham College, Cambridge, the 
Butler Museum, Harrow School, Quingentenary 
Memorial Building, Winchester College, Harpur 
Trust School, Bedford, St. Mary Star-of-the-Sea 
Church, Hastings, the John Rylands Library, 
Manchester, and many other buildings ; Author of 
"A Quiet Corner of England," 1875, "Life and 
Letters of Coventry Patraore," 1900. 



=May Theresa Ella, 2nd dau. 
of Maurice Drummond of 
Frognal Hill, Hampstead, 
C.B., by his wife, the 
Hon^'i^ Adelaide, eldest 
dau. of Thomas, 2nd 
Baron Ribblesdale ; born 
at Hampstead i May 1858, 
and bapt. there ; marr. 
at St. Thomas', Regent 
Street, London (by the 
Rev. Weldon Champneys, 
brother of the bridegroom, 
assisted by the Rev. 
Edmund Huth Walters), 
on Saturday, 3 June 1876. 



Jessie Beyer, 
born 3 1 March, 
bapt. at St. 
Mary's, White- 
chapel, 9 May 



Amian Lister Champneys, born at Harrow 
Cottage, Hampstead, on Wednesday, 
8 October, bapt. at St. Mary's, Primrose 
Hill, London, 2 November 1879; educated 
at Charterhouse and at New College, 
Oxford, matriculated 1898, B.A. 1902. 



Cicely Marian, born 
at Harrow Cottage, 
Hampstead, on Mon- 
day, 1 7 January, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Primrose Hill, Lon- 
don, 27 February 



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Michael Weldon Champneys, 
born at Manor Farm, Frognal, 
Hampstead, on Wednesday, 
17 December 1884, bapt. at 
St. John's, Hampstead, 15 
January 1885. 



Adelaide Mary, born 8 March, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Primrose 
Hill, London, i April 1888. 



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Rev. Charles Franceis Champneys, born= 
at Camden Town, co. Middlesex, 23 
February 1817 ; educated at St. Bees; 
Curate of Wandsworth, co. Surrey, Vicar 
of Wendover, co. Buckingham, 1850, 
Perpetual Curate of St. Mary's, Bishop's 
Hatfield, co. Hertford, 1870; died at 
St. Mary's Parsonage, Bishop's Hatfield, 
aged 59, on Wednesday, 14 January, bur. 
at Wendover 20 January 1874. Will dated 
27 February 1850, proved (Prin. Reg., 
loi, 74) 20 February 1874, by Sophia 
Jessy Champneys of St. Mary's Parsonage, 
Hertford, the relict, the sole Executrix. 



=Sophia Jessy, dau. of Paul Storr 
of Beckenham, co. Kent, by 
Elizabeth Beyer his wife ; born 
II October 1816 ; marr. at 
St. Mary's, Whitechapel, co. 
Middlesex, 29 May 1849 ; died 
at Longbury, Uckfield, co. 
Sussex, aged 82, on Monday, 
23 July, bur. at Rotherfield, co. 
Sussex, 27 July 1900. Admon 
was granted at the Principal 
Registry 8 December 1900, 
to Jessy Martha Champneys, 
spinster, the daughter. 



Samuel Montague 
Champneys ; of 
Magdalen Hall, 
Oxford, matricu- 
lated 20 October 
1836, aged 18 ; 
died, aged 20, and 
bur. at St. Mary's, 
Whitechapel, 30 
August 1838. 



Charles Edward Champneys, born 
14 September, bapt. at Wendover 
19 October 1851 ; educated at 
Haileybury and at Queen's Col- 
lege, Oxford, matriculated 4 June 
1870, aged 18, B.A. 1873 ; died 
suddenly at Bengeo, co. Hertford, 
in his 28th year, oh Sunday, 20 
July 1879, and bur. there. 



Jessy Martha, born at Wendover 
15 November 1853, bapt. there 
I January 1854. 



Rev. Francis Weldon Champneys, = 
born at Wendover 5 April, bapt. 
there i July 1855 ; educated at 
Haileybury and at St. John's 
College, Oxford, matriculated 12 
February 1874, aged 18, B.A. 
1877, M.A. 1883 ; Domestic 
Chaplain to the Marquess of 
Camden 1886, Curate of St. 
John's, Woking, co. Surrey, and 
of Frant, co. Sussex, Vicar of 
Rottingdean, co. Sussex, 1896 
-98, and Rector of Rotherfield, 
CO. Sussex, since 1898. 



=Edith, elder dau. of 
Francis Harris, M.D., 
by Marianne Harris his 
wife ; born in London 
14 August 1862; marr. 
at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London (by 
the Rev. Charles Storr, 
Vicar of Matfield, co. 
Kent, assisted by the 
Rev. Harry Harbord, 
Rector of East Hoathly, 
CO. Sussex), on Wed- 
nesday, 18 June 1896. 



Francis Charles Champneys, born 
at 24 Cavendish Square, London, 
on Saturday, i July, bapt. at 
Rotherfield 12 August 1899. 



John Weldon Champneys, born at the 
Rectory, Rotherfield, on Thursday, 
8 November, bapt. there privately, and 
received into the church at Rotherfield 
12 May 1901. 



Francis Henry Champneys of 42 Upper Brook Street, London ;= 
born 25 March, bapt. at St. Mary's, Whitechapel, 11 May 1848; 
educated at Winchester (Scholar) and at Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated 22 November 1866, aged 18, B.A. (ist-class in 
Nat. Sc. and Radchffe Travelling Fellow) 1870, M.A. 1875, and at 
St. Bartholomew's, London, Vienna, Leipzig and Dresden, M.B. 
1875, M.D. 1888; F.R.C.P. Lond. 1882; Obstetric Physician to 
St. George's, and afterwards at St. Bartholomew's Hospitals, 
London ; Author of several medical works. 




=Virginia Julian, only dau. 
of Sir John Warrender 
Dalrymple, Bart., of the 
Bengal Civil Service, by 
Sophia his wife, younger 
dau. of James Battle of 
the Bengal Civil Service ; 
born 15 June 1850; marr. 
at the British Embassy, 
Paris (by the Rev. Weldon 
Champneys, Vicar of Has- 
lingden, co. Lancaster, and 
the Rev. James Marshall 
Laycock), on Tuesday, 
12 September 1876. 



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Mary, born 13 Arthur Charles Champneys of Priory Hill, Frognal, Hampstead, co. 
February, bapt. Middlesex; born 18 March, bapt. at St. Mary's, Whitechapel, 7 May 1854; 
at St. Mary's, educated at Marlborough (Junior Scholar and Exhibitioner) and at New 
Whitechapel, CO. College, Oxford, matriculated 12 October 1872, aged 18, Scholar 1872, 
Middlesex, 3 ist-class Clas. Mod. 1874, ist-class Lit. Hum. 1876, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1882 ; 
April 1851. Master at Marlborough College 1882-89; Author of "History of English," 

"A Soldier in Christ's Army," "English Extracts for Latin Prose," and 

other works. 



a.c. 



(AuUHi^py^^'tyii^ 



Montague Weldon Champneys, 
born at 4 Oak Hill Park, Hamp- 
stead, on Saturday, 12 January, 
bapt. at St. Alban's, Holborn, 
London, 20 February 1878 ; 
educated at Marlborough; died 
at 42 Upper Brook Street, 
London, aged 16, on Saturday, 
21 April, bur. in Hampstead 
Cemetery 26 April 1894. 



Margaret de L'Etang, 
born at 60 Great 
Cumberland Place, 
London, on Wednes- 
day, 22 June, bapt. at 
St. Alban's, Holborn, 
London, 20 July 1887. 



John Dalrymple Champneys, born 
at 60 Great Cumberland Place, 
London, on Thursday, 23 May, bapt. 
at St. Alban's, Holborn, London, 
21 June 1889. 

Weldon Champneys, born at 42 Upper 
Brook Street, London, on Saturday, 
7 May, bapt. at St. Alban's, Holborn, 
London, 7 June 1892. 



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iHJlaple of Cf)tllitotcfe ^urp, co. 3|ertforli. 




Arms on record in the College of Arms. — ■ 
Or, on a chevron azure, between two horses' 
heads erased in chief sable, and a mount 
vert in base, thereon a maple-tree proper, a 
rose between two fleur-de-lis of the first. 

Crest. — A squirrel sejant or, holding in 
the dexter paw a sprig of five maple leaves 
slipped proper, and resting the sinister on 
an escutcheon azure, charged with a bee 
volant, or. 

Motto. — Vi et prudentia. 



William Maple of= 
Thakeham,co. Sus- 
sex (son of William 
Maple) ; born in 
1787 ; died, aged 
29, and bur. at 
Thakeham 10 No- 
vember 18 1 6. 



=Hannah, dau. of Henry and Elizabeth 
Slater of Thakeham ; born at Thake- 
ham 20 February, bapt. there 20 April 
1792; marr. at Thakeham (by the 
Rev. William Groome, the Rector) 
26 October i8r2 ; marr. 2ndly 
at Thakeham (by the Rev. P. 
W. Moore, the Rector) 6 March 
1825, Thomas Adams of West 
Chiltington, co. Sussex, who died, 
aged 47, and was bur. at West 
Chiltington 18 June 1827. She died 
at the residence of her son, Henry 
Adams, Bartholomew Road, London, 
in her 92 nd year, on Friday, 15 June, 
and was bur. in Highgate Cemetery, 
CO. Middlesex, 20 June 1883. M.I. 



John Maple of Bedford Lodge,= 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex, and of 
Tottenham Court Road, London; 
born 28 February, bapt. at Thake- 
ham 19 March 1815; died, aged 
86, on Sunday, 4 March, bur. in 
Highgate Cemetery 10 March 
1900. Will dated 28 October 
1891, with three codicils dated 
respectively 23 March 1892, 31 
October 1893 and 26 June 1894, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 785, 1900) 
9 May 1900, by Sir John Blundell 
Maple, Bart., John Mann Taylor, 
James Wharton and Jeremiah 
Colman, the Exors. 



=Emily, dau. of Richard 
Blundell of Benhams, 
Horley, co. Surrey, by 
Mary his wife, dau. of 
Nicholas Flint of 
Charlwood, co. Surrey ; 
born at Benhams, 
Horley, 19 April, 
bapt. at Horley 2 
June 1819 ; marr. at 
St. Pancras, London, 
14 August 1 84 1. 



Maria Ellen, born Sir John Blundell Maple of= 
10 May 1842 ; Childwick Bury, co. Hertford, 
died, aged 6, 29 Falmouth House, Newmarket, 
August, bur. in co. Cambridge, and of Clarence 
Highgate Ceme- House, Regent's Park, London, 
tery 3 September Bart. ; born i March, bapt. at 
1848. M.L All Saints', Gordon Square, 

St. Pancras, London, 9 April 
1845 ; educated at Crauford 
College and at King's College, 
London; M.P. for Camberwell 
(Dulwich Division) since i De- 
cember 1887; Member of the 
London County Council (South 
St. Pancras Division) 1887 ; 
Knighted 1892, created a 
Baronet 30 August 1897. 



=Emily Harriet, youngest dau. of Moses 
Merryweather of Clapham House, Clapham, 
CO. Surrey, by Sarah Edwards his wife ; 
born 28 April 1856, and bapt. at St. 
Barnabas', South Lambeth, co. Surrey ; 
marr. at St. Stephen's, Balham, co. Surrey 
(by the Rev. Benjamin Austen, Rector of 
Little Mongeham, co. Kent, assisted by the 
Rev. George Eastman, the Vicar, and the 
Rev. Edmund George Peckover, Vicar of 
Horley), on Thursday, 15 October 1874. 



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Emily, born in London 12 February, bapt. at 
All Saints', Gordon Square, St. Pancras, London, 
14 April 1847; marr. at St. Peter's, Belsize Park, 
CO. Middlesex (by the Rev. Francis William 
Tremlett), on Tuesday, 26 June 1866, John 
Maim Taylor of Norheads, Fitzjohn's Avenue, 
London (only son of Henry Taylor of 2 York 
Gate, Regent's Park, London, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of John Mann) ; born in London 
31 July, bapt. at All Souls' Langham Plstce, 
London, 28 August 1844; educated at Uxbridge 
School and at Clapham. 



Harry Maple, born 14 December 1850, bapt. 
at All Saints', Gordon Square, St. Pancras, 
London, 29 January 1851; died unmarried 
at Bedford Lodge, Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 
aged 28, on Wednesday, 3 December, bur- in 
Highgate Cemetery, co. Middlesex, 9 Decem- 
ber 1879. Will dated 19 December 1878, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1012, 79) 20 December 
1879, by John Blundell Maple of Tottenham 
Court Road, co. Middlesex, the brother, and 
John Mann Taylor of 2 Cornwall Terrace, 
Regent's Park, co. Middlesex, the Exors. 



Clara, bom i June, bapt. at All Saints', 
Gordon Square, St. Pancras, London, 
I July 1853 ; marr. at St. Peter's, Belsize 
Park (by the Rev. Edmund George 
Peckover, Vicar of Horley, co. Surrey), 
on Thursday, 9 July 1874, James 
Wharton of Edgehill, Nether Hall 
Gardens, Hampstead, and of Buckland 
Crescent, Belsize Park (son of William 
Kitchin Wharton of Liverpool, by 
Martha his wife, dau. of Joseph Heman) ; 
bom 14 December 1838. 



Annie, born at Hampstead 7 May, bapt. at All Saints', 
Gordon Square, St. Pancras, London, 31 July 1861; 
marr. at St. Peter's, Belsize Park, Hampstead (by the 
Rev. Benjamin Hutchinson, Vicar of St. Michael's, 
St. Albans, co. Hertford, assisted by the Rev. Francis 
William Tremlett, D.D., the Vicar), on Wednesday 
30 August 1882, Jeremiah Colman of Wick Hall, 
Hove, CO. Sussex (5th son of Edward Colman of 
Clapham Common, co. Surrey, by Eliza his wife, 
dau. of Benjamin Farey) ; born at Montagu Place, 
Clapham, 14 May 1853 ; privately educated at 
Amersham Hall, Caversham, co. Oxford ; Mayor of 
Hove 1899-1902 ; J.P. for co. Sussex. 

I 

{See Pedigree pf Colman, Vol. g, page 8.) 



Grace Emily Blundell, born at 8 Clarence 
Terrace, Regent's Park, London, on Tuesday, 
7 March, bapt. at All Saints', Gordon Square, 
St. Pancras, London, 18 May 1876; marr. at 
St. Alban's Abbey, co, Hertford (by the Bishop 
of St. Alban's, assisted by the Archdeacon of 
St. Alban's, and the Rev. Charles Vincent 
Bicknell, Vicar of St. Michael's, St. Alban's) on 
Wednesday, 15 April 1896, Baron Hermann 
von Eckhardstein, K.C.V.O., of Reichwalde, 
Oberlausitz, Silesia (son of Wilhelm, Baron von 
Eckhardstein of Prussia, by Theckla his wife, 
dau. of Count Kleist von Nollendorf ) ; born 
at Loewen, Silesia, 5 July, bapt. there 7 August 
1864; educated at Liegnitz Academic; Councillor 
and Secretary of the German Embassy in London. 



Winifred Mary Blundell, born at 8 Clarence' 
Gate, Regent's Park, London, on Sunday, 
23 June, bapt. at St. Andrew's, Hove, 14 
September 1878 ; died at Childwick Bury, 
CO. Hertford, aged 8, on Tuesday, 25 May 
1886, and bur. in the private family grave at 
Childwick Bury. 



Dorothy Blundell, born at Childwick Bury 
on Tuesday, 19 December 1882, bapt. at 
St. Michael's, St. Alban's, 20 January 1883 ; 
died at Clarence House, Regent's Park, 
London, aged 5, on. Thursday, 26 January 
1888, and bur. in the private family grave at 
Childwick Bury. 



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Henry Williams, born 

8 March 1763, died 

20 January 1840. 



Henry Williams, Colonel Royal Lucinda, wife o( Colonel Henry Frederick Level McTagart Williams, 

Artillery, born 11 April 1792, Williams and daugliter of Enos Lieutenant R.N., born 18 June 1801, 

died II November 1852. Smith, born 8 November 1794, died 23 September 1830. 

died 13 April 1866. 



George Ithacus Hoare Williams, 

born in January 1838, died 24 

November 1845. 



WtUiams of iilacfeljeatJ). w. l^ent. 



Anna Maria, dau.= 
of John Mitchell 
of Falmouth, co. 
Cornwall, by Re- 
becca his wife ; 
born atFalmouth, 
and bapt. at the 
parish church, 
Falmouth, 5 April 
1764; marr. there 
2 June 1 791; died 
at Falmouth 1 5 
April, bur. in 
the pari sh church, 
Falmouth, 2 7 
April 1797. ist 
wife. 



=Henry AVilliams of Falmouth ; born at= 
Penzance, co. Cornwall, 8 March, bapt. at the 
Chapel-of-Ease, Penzance, 13 March 1763; 
Inspector of Post Office Packets in the port 
of Falmouth ; commanded the Pendennis 
Artillery Local Militia for 40 years; died 
20 January, bur. in the parish church, 
Falmouth, 27 January 1840. M.I. Will 
dated 6 February 1838, proved (P.C.C, 
467 Arden) 25 June 1840, by George Bell 
Williarns, the son, Henry Perry Dicken and 
Fanny Anna Champion, widow, the daughter, 
three of the Exors. Power reserved to Henry 
Williams, the son, the other Exor. 




=Fanny, dau. of Stephen John 
Bell, Packet Commander of 
Falmouth, by Frances his 
wife, dau. of Robert Lovell, 
Packet Commander of Fal- 
mouth, and sister of Captain 
George Bell, R.N., of Bel- 
mont, Falmouth, a great 
friend of Lord Nelson ; born 
at Falmouth, and bapt. at 
the parish church, Falmouth, 
29 September 1770; died at 
Falmouth, and bur. in the 
parish church, Falmouth, 
9 May 1812. 2nd wife. 



Colonel Henry Williams, born at= 
Falmouth 1 1 April 1792, and bapt. 
privately the next^ day (baptism 
registered at the parish church, 
Falmouth); Colonel Royal Artil- 
lery, present at Waterloo; died 
while commanding the Royal 
Artillery in Barbados, West 
Indies, 11 November 1852, bur. 
at St. Paul's, Bridgetown, Barba- 
dos, the same day. Portrait in 
chalk by M. Navarre, done at 
Tours after the occupation of Paris. 
Admon was granted (P.C.C.) 28 
February 1853, to Lucinda 
Williams, the relict. 




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=Lucinda, dau. of Enos 
Smith of H.M. Privy 
Council Office, London, 
by Gulielma Maria his 
wife, dau. and heiress of 
Thomas Dring of H.M. 
Privy Council Office ; 
born in London 8 No- 
vember, and bapt. pri- 
vately 1 1 November 1 794 
(baptism registered at 
St. Mary's, Lambeth, co. 
Surrey) ; marr. at the Re- 
formed Church, Tours, 
28 August 1820; died at 
12 Park Place, Chelten- 
ham, CO. Gloucester, aged 
71, on Friday, 13 April, 
bur. in the cemetery at 
Cheltenham 1 9 April 
1866. AdiSon was 
granted at Gloucester 
3 May 1866, to Maria 
Lucinda Williams of 
Cheltenham, co. Glou- 
cester, spinster, the 
daughter and one of 
the next of kin. 



Catherine Maria, born at Falmouth 
4 October, bapt. at the parish 
church, Falmouth, 19 October 
1793; marr. in February 1813, 
Job Ede of Clayfield Lodge, 
Southampton ; born in 1781 ; 
died at the Island of Nevis, 
West Indies, i July 1844, and 
bur. there. Admon was granted 
(P.C.C, 153, 44) 19 October 
1844, to John Bulkeley Ede, the 
natural and lawful son, Catherine 
Maria Ede, the relict, having first 
renounced. She died at 9 Laura 
Place, Southampton, aged 85, on 
Friday, 15 November, and was 
bur. in the cemetery at Southamp- 
ton 20 November 1878. Will 
dated 13 March 1875, with codicil 
of same date, proved (Prin. Reg., 
945, 78) 7 December 1878, by 
Alfred Ede and Edward Lee Ede, 
both of Southampton, the sons, 
two of the Exors. 

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Bell, born in 1799; marr. at the parish church, Falmouth, co. Cornwall (by the Rev. Robert 
Usticke), II December 1827 (marriage settlement dated 10 December 1827), General Sir 
Patrick Edmonstone Craigie, C.B., K.C.B. (3rd son of Lawrence Craigie of Glasgow, by Margaret 
Maxwell his wife); born at Glasgow 3 February 1794; educated at Glasgow School and College; 
entered the Army as Ensign S2nd Regiment 3 June 1813, Lieutenant 29 September 1814, of the 
30th Regiment 2 July 1818, and of the ssth Regiment 17 December 1818, Captain 24 October 
1821, Major 10 August 1826, Lieut.-Colonel 21 November 1834, Brevet-Colonel 23 December 
1842, Major-General 20 June 1854, Lieut.-General 19 June i860, General 21 January 1868; 
Colonel 31st Regiment 20 February 1859, and of the 55th Regiment i June 1862; served 
with the 2nd BattaUon 52nd Regiment in the campaign in Holland 1813-14, under 
Lord Lynedoch, including both attacks on the fortified village of Merxem, in the latter of 
which he led the advance party of Major-General Sir Herbert Taylor's Brigade, also in the 
subsequent bombardment of Antwerp; in May 1841, he embarked at Calcutta in command of the 
5Sth Regiment for China (medal), and served with the expeditionary force under Lord Gough till 
the end of the war, being Senior Field Officer serving with the force in the field was consequently 
second in command from the period of its sailing from Hong Kong in August and during the 
whole of the active operations which took place during the following five months ; commanded 
a brigade or column of attack at the assault and capture of the fortified cities of Amoy, Chusan 
(second capture) and Chinhae, subsequently, when the head-quarters of the force proceeded 
to the Yeang-tze-Keang, was appointed by Lord Gough to the responsible command of the 
Island of Chusan, which he held for eight months until the return of the force after the treaty 
of peace had been signed at Nankin ; for his conduct on above occasions (as stated in Lord 
Gough's despatches) he was promoted to the rank of Colonel ; commanded centre division of the 
Madras Army 7 January 1855 to 23 April i860; A.D.C. to H.M. Queen Victoria 23 December 
1842 to 20 June 1854; C.B. 24 December 1842, K.C.B. 13 March 1867. She died at Madras, 
India, in 1831. He marr. 2ndly Mary Jane, dau. of Major-General J. T. Trewman of the Madras 
Army; bom 18 August 1815 ; died at 8 Warrior Terrace, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, aged 
54, on Wednesday, 29 June, and was bur. in the cemetery at Hastings, co. Sussex, 5 July 1870. 
He died at Warrior Terrace, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 13 December, and was bur. in the cemetery at 
Hastings 19 December 1873. Will dated 2 December 1870, proved (Prin. Reg., 13, 74) 3 January 
1874, by Thomas Maxwell of West Hill House, Guildford, co. Surrey, M.D., and Doveton 
Downes Greentree of The Lawn, Guildford, a Brevet Major in Her Majesty's Army, the Exors. 



I 
Eliza, bom in 1795; died at Falmouth, co. Cornwall, 21 August, bur. in the parish church, 
Falmouth, 25 August 1798. 



Lieut.-General Edward Arthur Williams of Eastcombe House,= 
Blackheath, co. Kent, C.B.; born at Woolwich, co. Kent, 17 Febraary 
1824; entered the Army i January 1842, Colonel i June 1867, 
Colonel Commandant Royal Artillery 3 September 1890, Major- 
General I May 1880, retired with honorary rank of Lieut.-General 
I May 1885; served in New Zealand War 1864-66, commanded 
Royal Artillery at Waikato, Tauranga and Wanganui campaigns, 
actions of Rangiawhia, Haerini, Gate Pah and Nukumaru (mentioned 
in despatches, "London Gazette," 12 April 1865, medal, C.B. 17 
September 1866); died suddenly at Eastcombe House, Blackheath, 
aged 74, on Monday, 20 June, bur. in the cemetery at Old Charlton, 
CO. Kent, 23 June 1898. Will dated 16 May 1894, with codicil dated 
22 September 1894, proved (Prin. Reg., 985, 98) 26 August 1898, by 
H enry Francis Williams, 

Lieut.-General in Her -. ^^^ 

Majesty's Army, the z**^ / /\ 

brother, and Jessie 
Sarah Eliza Williams, 
the relict, the Exors. 



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^Jessie Sarah Eliza, only 
child of Leonard Foaker 
of 20 Woburn Place, 
London, and of Great 
Baddow, co. Essex, by 
Janet his wife, dau. of 
Walter Urquhart of 
Noakes Place, Great 
Baddow ; born at Great 
Baddow, and bapt. there 
24 February 1834; marr. 
at St. Pancras', London 
(by the Rev. Abraham 
William BuUen, Vicar 
of Great Baddow), on 
Thursday, 28 April 1853. 



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Frederick Lovel McTagart Williams, bom i8 June 1801; Lieutenant R.N. ; died off the coast 
of Greece on board H.M.S. "Mastiff" 23 September 1830, and bur. at Sciathos. M.I. in the 
cathedral at Malta. 



Eleanor, born 30 September, bapt. at the parish church, Falmouth, co. Cornwall, 2 November 
1796 ; marr. the Hon"' Francis James Templer (son of James Templer of Stover House, co. 
Devon, by Mary his wife) ; born at Stover, near Newton Abbot, co. Devon, in January 1 79 1 ; of the 
Ceylon Civil Service for 37 years ; died at Brighton, co. Sussex, aged 62, on Sunday, 22 October, 
bur. in the Extra Mural Cemetery, Brighton, 27 October 1854. M.I. in Teigngrace Church, 
CO. Devon. Will dated 5 February 1853, with codicil dated 15 September 1854, proved 
(P.C.C, 165, 55) 3 February 1855, by Eleanor Templer, the relict, and Francis Buller Templer, 
the son, the Exors. She died at 8 Park Street, Windsor, co. Berks, aged 83, on Saturday, 7 July, 
and was bur. in the cemetery at Windsor 12 July 1877. Will dated 20 January 1877, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 690, 77) 29 August 1877, by Dame Annie Henrietta Buller of 7 Redcliffe Street, 
Redcliffe Gardens, fo. Middlesex, widow, the daughter, the sole Executrix. 



Lieut.-General Henry Francis Williams of i Elliot Terrace, = 
The Hoe, Plymouth, co. Devon ; born at Woolwich, co. 
Kent, 3 April 1825; entered the Army 19 May 1843, of the 
60th Rifles, Colonel 4 August 1864, retired with rank of Lieut.- 
General 25 September 1885 ; Colonel Royal Sussex Regiment 
6 October 1 90 1 ; served in Punjab Campaign 1 848-49, at siege 
of Mooltan and battle of Goojerat (medal with two clasps) ; 
in the North-West Frontier of India Campaign 1849-50, at 
the capture of Suggoo, pursuit of Sikh Army and expulsion 
of Afghans beyond Khyber Pass (medal with clasp); in the 
Indian Mutiny 1857-59, ^^ the action on the Hindun, battle 
of Buddlekeserai and siege of Delhi, severely wounded 
(mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 16 January 
1858, medal with clasp) ; in the Fenian Raid 1870 (medal 
with clasp). 



^Margaret, younger dau. of Edward 
Daun of Lower Tooting, co. Sur- 
rey, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
William Holme; born at Mortimer 
Street, London, 21 February, 
bapt. at All Souls', Langham 
Place, London, 6 May 1831; 
marr. at Mitcham, co. Surrey (by 
the Rev. Edward Norman Coles, 
Rector of Pottesgrove-cum- 
Battlesden, co. Bedford, assisted 
by the Rev. Daniel Frederick 
Wilson, the Vicar), on Thursday, 
16 January 1862. 



Elizabeth Maud, born at i Zingaree Terrace, Farnham, co. Surrey, on Saturday, i November, 
bapt. at Mitcham, co. Surrey, 18 December 1862 ; marr. at St. Andrew's, Plymouth (by 
the Ven^'^ Charles Thomas Wilkinson, D.D., Archdeacon of Totnes), on Tuesday, 18 
November 1890, Charles Edward Haynes (son of William Haynes, by Mary Ann his wife, 
dau. of George Spragg) ; born at Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 8 July, bapt. there 23 September 
185s ; of the Royal Engineers, Lieutenant 28 January 1875, Captain 28 January 1886, Major 
i October 1894; served in South African War 1879, in Zulu Campaign, at the relief of Etshowe 
(mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 7 and 16 May 1879, medal with clasp); in the 
Bechuanaland Expedition 1884-85. =;= v 

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Henry Arthur Williams, born at Woolwich 23 
April 1854, and bapt. there privately; died 
25 April, bur. at St. Mary's, Woolwich, i May 
1854. 

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Henry George Williams, born at Quebec, 
Canada, 28 December 1854, bapt. there 
privately, died the next day, and bur. in the 
cemetery at Quebec. 



Fanny Anna, bom at Falmouth, co. Cornwall, 12 August 1802; marr. at the parish church, 
Falmouth (by the Rev. Robert Usticke), 28 November 1829, William Henry Champion (3rd son 
of John Champion [John Champion's mother, Mary Lenton, was the great-grand-daughter of 
Henry Hyde, whose younger brother, Edward, became ist Earl of Clarendon, and was the 
father of Anne Hyde, wife of James II.]); born 21 August 1795 ; Captain S5th Regiment; died 
at Bellary, Madras, India, 29 April 1833, and bur. there. She died at Plymouth, co. Devon, at 
the residence of her brother. Captain George Bell Williams, R.N., in her 70th year, on Saturday, 
17 June, and was bur. at the parish church, Falmouth, 22 Jtlne 1871. Adinon was granted at the 
Principal Registry 14 July 187 1, to Reginald Henry Champion of Falmouth, co. Cornwall, a 
Brevet Lieut.-Colonel in the Royal Regiment of Artillery, the son and one of the next of kin. 

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Ellen Georgina, born at the Royal Cadet Barracks, Woolwich, co. Kent, 28 November 1826; 
marr. at Holy Trinity, Chelsea, co. Middlesex (by the Rev. Francis Hopkinson), on Monday, 
15 May 1854, Lieut.-Colonel the Hon'^'^ Henry Robert Handcock (6th son of Richard, 2nd Baron 
Castlemaine, by Anne his wife, dau. of Arthur French of French Park, co. Roscommon); Lieut.- 
Colonel 97th Regiment ; killed in the storming of the Redan at Sebastopol on Saturday, 
8 September 1855. Will dated 25 July 1854, with codicil of same date, proved (P.C.C., 116, 
56) II February 1856, by the Hon'''* Charles Handcock, the brother, one of the Exors. Power 
reserved to Ellen Georgina Handcock, the relict, the other Exor. She marr. 2ndly at St. Mary's, 
Cheltenham, co. Gloucester (by the Rev. Edward Walker, D.C.L.), 31 August 1859, Lieut.- 
Colonel Richard Wellesley Bernard (4th son of Colonel Thomas Bernard of Castle Bernard, co. 
Cork, M.P. for King's County and Colonel of Militia for that county, by Lady Catherine 
Henrietta his wife, dau. of Francis Hely-Hutchinson, M.P. for the University of Dublin, and 
sister of John, 3rd Earl of Donoughmore) ; born in March 1822; an Officer in the Army, 
Lieut.-Colonel King's County Militia, formerly in the Austrian Service ; served in the Crimean 
War at the battles of the Alma, Balaclava and Inkerman ; Deputy- Ranger of the Curragh of 
Kildare ; Chamberlain at the Court of Dublin in the Vice-Royalties of the Dukes of Abercorn 
and Marlborough; died s.p., aged 55, 25 September, bur. in the family vault at Kinnitty, King's 
County, 29 September 1877. 



Margaret Jessie, born at Balham Hill, co. Surrey, on Sunday, 8 November 1863, bapt. at 
Mitcham, co. Surrey, 7 January 1874; marr. at St. Andrew's, Plymouth (by the Ven'''* Charles 
Thomas Wilkinson, D.D., Archdeacon of Totnes), on Tuesday, 6 December 1892, Arthur 
Yerbery Moggridge (son of Edward Moggridge, by Caroline his wife, dau. of William Dow, 
Commander R.N.); born 20 September 1858; Commander R.N. 30 June 1900. 

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Janet Lucy, born at Montreal, Canada, 19 March 1856; marr. at St. Luke's, Old Charlton, co. 
Kent, on Thursday, 19 December 1895, Major-General Alexander Cfesar Hawkins, C.B. (8th son 
of Sir John Casar Hawkins of Kelston, co. Somerset, Bart., by Charlotte his wife, eldest dau. 
of William Surtees of Hedley, co. Northumberland) ; born 3 November 1823 ; educated at the 
Royal Military Academy, Woolwich; entered the Royal Artillery i January 1842, Lieutenant 
2 August 1842, Captain i November 1848, Major 2 November 1855, Lieut.-Colonel i June 1862, 
Colonel I June 1867, retired with honorary rank of Major-General i May 1880; served in the 
Crimean Campaign from March 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and was 
present at the bombardments of the 9 April and 17 June, 17 August and 8 September 
(mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, medal with clasp, Sardinian and Turkish medals, 
5th-class Medjidie); C.B. 20 May 1871. 

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Clara Georgina, born 28 June 1804; marr. at St. Peter's, Colombo, Ceylon, 13 February 1826, 
lingadier-General George Hutchison (6th son of the HonWe Joseph Hutchison of Bermuda, a 

Member of the Legislative Council of Bermuda, 
by Mary his wife, eldest dau. of John Esten of 
Bermuda); born at Bermuda 5 August 1797, 
bapt. at St. George's, Bermuda, 4 February 1798; 
Lieutenant 7 th Royal Fusiliers, exchanged into 
14th Light Dragoons; served in the expedition 
. ^ i to New Orleans 1814-15; A.D.C to Sir Edward 

Barnes in Ceylon 1819; Captain 97th Regiment 1827, commanded the 80th Regiment through 
the Burmese War 1852-53 (medal with clasp "Pegu"); served in India during the Mutiny 
(medal), and became Brigadier-General commanding the Scind Saugur district ; died at Rawul 
Pmdi, Punjab, India, 3 May 1859, and bur. there. Admon was granted at Exeter 23 February 
i860, to Clara Georgina Hutchison of Hills Court, Exeter, the relict. She died at Neville 
Terrace, Onslow Gardens, London, aged 70, on Wednesday, i November, and was bur. in West 
Brompton Cemetery, London, 6 November 1876. Will dated 12 September 1876, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 806, 77) 26 October 1877, by Ellen Julia Greaves (wife of George Richard Greaves) of 
61 Chester Square, co. Middlesex, the daughter, one of the Exors. 

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{See Pedigree of Hutchison, Vol. 5, page 70.) 



Maria Lucinda, born at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, 17 July 1829; George Ithacus 
marr. at St. Mary's, Woolwich (by the Rev. Gibbes Jordan), on Tuesday, 12 Hoare Williams, 
February 1867, Major-General Joseph Jordan, C.B., of Oakhurst, East Woodhay, born at Ithaca 
CO. Hants (son of the Rev. Gibbes Walker Jordan, Rector of Waterstock, in January 1838; 
CO. Oxford, by Charlotte Penelope his wife, dau. of the Rev. Bartholomew killed by a fall 
Lutley Sclater, Rector of Whittingham, co. Northumberland) ; born at Sher- from a pony at 
borne, co. Warwick, 24 June, bapt. there 22 July 1826; entered the Army as Ithaca 24 No- 
Ensign 14 February 1845, Lieutenant 27 March 1848, Captain 29 October vember 1845. 
1852, Brevet Major 2 November 1855, Major 34th Regiment 28 October 
1864, Brevet Lieut.-Colonel 12 January 1865, Colonel 21 January 1876, 
Major-General 24 June 1885 ; served with the 34th Regiment at the Crimea from February to 
9 July 1855, including the siege of Sebastopol, sortie of 22 March, capture of the Rifle Pits 
19 April, sortie of 9 May, and assault of the Redan 18 June (severely wounded, mentioned in 
despatches, "London Gazette," 24 May 1855, medal with clasp. Brevet of Major, 5th-class 
Medjidie, Sardinian and Turkish medals) ; in the Indian Mutiny, including the actions at 
Cawnpore 26-28 November 1857 (wounded, medal) ; died at Uppercross, Reading, co. Berks, 
aged 73, on Saturday, 2 December, bur. at East Woodhay on Thursday, 7 December 1899. 
Will dated 20 January 1899, proved at Oxford 20 February 1900, by Lutley Jordan, a retired 
Major in H.M. Army, the brother, and Henry Jordan, Barrister-at-Law, the son, the Exors. 

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Henry Ernest Williams, born at Tooting, co. 
Surrey, 1 5 November, bapt. at Lower Tooting 
22 December 1864; died at Plymouth, co. 
Devon, aged 10, on Tuesday, 29 December 
1874, bur. in the cemetery at Plymouth 
2 January 1875. 



Lucie Florian, born 
at Malta 28 April, 
bapt. in the Gar- 
rison Chapel at 
Malta 1 9 June 1 866. 



Ada May, born at Toronto, 
Canada, 15 May, and bapt. 
there privately 21 June 
1870 ; died at Toronto 22 
July, bur. there 24 July 
1870. 



Arthur Leonard Williams, born at 36 Park Place, Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, on Sunday, 
29 November, bapt. at St. Mary's, Cheltenham, 23 December 1857; entered the Armyas 
2nd Lieutenant in the ist Regiment 30 January 1878, Lieutenant Royal Scots (Lothian 
Regiment) 7 December 1878, Captain 20 August 1885, Adjutant 17 February 1886 to 
16 February 1891, retired 11 August 1897; served in the Bechuanaland Expedition 21 
November 1884 to 29 October 1885, on special service (honourably mentioned). 

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Captain George Bell Williams, R.N. ; born at Falmouth, co.= 
Cornwall, 2 September 1806, bapt. at the parish church, 
Falmouth, 3 February 1807 ; entered the Royal Navy 13 July 
1821, on board H.M.S. "Windsor Castle," 74 (Captain John 
Dashwood), being a Midshipman of that ship when Don John 
took refuge on board of her during a popular commotion at 
Lisbon, and presented by him with the Order of the Tower 
and Sword; fought on board H.M.S. "Glasgow" at the battle 
of Navarino, during the insurrection of 1831-32; in Jamaica 
was employed on shore with a detachment of seamen and 
marines ; died at Plymouth, co. Devon, 20 June, bur. in the 
cemetery at Plymouth 23 June 1871. Will dated 9 June 187 1, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 578, 71) i August 187 1, by Ellis Frederick 
Thorold of 5 Windsor Villas, Plymouth, M.D., and William 
Langdon Martin of 6 Windsor Villas, and of the Lee Moor 
China Clay Works, Plympton St. Mary, co. Devon, the Exors. 



=Louisa Teresa, dau. of AdrhJral 
Sir John Kingcome, K.C.B., 
R.N., Commander-in-Chief in 
the Pacific, by Louisa his wife, 
dau. of William Sholl, English 
Consul at Alexandretta ; born 
at Newton Ferrers, co. Devon, 
19 April, bapt. there 31 May 
1835; marr. at Newton Ferrers 
22 January 1857 ; died at 
Exeter, co. Devon, on Monday, 
22 August, bur. in the old 
cemetery at Exeter 26 August 
1864. 



George Herbert Williams, bom at 16 Athenaeum Street, Plymouth, the residence of his 
grandfather, Rear-Admiral Kingcome, R.N., on Tuesday, 25 May 1858; died there, aged 
I year and 8 months, 2 February, bur. at Newton Ferrers 6 February i860. 



George Sydney Williams, bom at 8 Royal Crescent, 
Brighton, co. Sussex, on Sunday, 3 March, bapt. at 
St. Anne's, Brighton, 11 May 1872; died at 
2 Princess Square, Plymouth, aged 5 years and 
7 months, on Sunday, 28 October, bur. in the 
cemetery at Plymouth 31 October 1877. 



Frank Edward ' Williams, bom at South- 
port, CO. Lancaster, 5 June, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Southport, 12 July 1874; died at 
Plymouth, aged 7 months, on Wednesday, 
13 January, bur. in the cemetery at 
Plymouth 18 January 1875. 



Henry Frederick Williams, born at the 
Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, co. 
Kent, on Tuesday, 17 May 1859; entered 
the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 104th Regi- 
ment 13 August 1879, Lieutenant Royal 
Munster Fusiliers 7 July 1880, Captain 12 
August 1887, Major 2nd Battalion 28 July 
1897, Adjutant Indian Volunteers 14 Oc- 
tober 1895 to 14 October 1900; served in 
Burmese Expedition 1886-88 (medal with 
clasp) ; serving with his regiment in South 
Africa (1902). 



Ellen Frances, born at Woolwich on Monday, 
7 January, bapt. at St. George's Garrison Church, 
Woolwich, 27 January 1861 ; marr. at St. Luke's, 
Old Charlton, co. Kent (by the Rev. Charles 
Swainson, the Rector), on Wednesday, 14 
September 1881, Edward Robert Daun (eldest 
son of Edward Daun of The Firs, Mitcham, 
CO. Surrey, by Rose Anne his wife, dau. of 
Robert Clarke) ; born at Croydon, co. Surrey, on 
Thursday, 13 April, bapt. at St. John's, Croydon, 
26 May 1854. =j= 

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Charles Stephen Williams, bom at Falmouth, 
CO. Cornwall, 26 May, bapt. at the parish 
church, Falmouth, 3 July 1808; died at 
Falmouth, and bur. in the parish church, 
Falmouth, 3 March 1809. 



Charles Stephen Williams, bom at Falmouth 
4 October, bapt. at the parish church, 
Falmouth, 25 October 1809 ; died at 
Falmouth, and bur. in the parish church, 
Falmouth, 13 March 181 1. 



Eva Amy, bom at Exeter, co. Devon, 8 April, bapt. at St. James', 
Exeter, 8 May i860; marr. at St. Andrew's, Plymouth, co. Devon, 
(by the Rt. Rev. Anthony Wilson Thorold, D.D., Bishop of 
Rochester, assisted by the Rev. Frederick Whitmore Holland, 
Vicar of Evesham, co. Worcester), on Tuesday, 26 April 1881, 
Rear- Admiral Swinton Colthurst Holland, R.N. (son of Edward 
Holland, M.P. for Evesham 1855-68, by Sophia his wife, dau. of 
Elias Isaac of Boughton, co. Worcester) ; born 8 February 1844 ; 
entered the Royal Navy 1857, Lieutenant 1865, Commander 1878; 
Commander Royal Yacht "Victoria and Albert" 1881, Captain 
H.M.S. "Austraha" 9 April 1884, Naval Officer in charge at 
Hong Kong 1896-99, Rear- Admiral i January 1899, Superintendent 
Chatham Dockyardj 1899, H.M.S. "Algiers"; F.R.G.S. ; A.D.C. 
to H.M. Queen Victoria 1895-99. — 



Charles Ustick Williams, 
bom at Exeter 1 2 August, 
and bapt. there privately 
26 August 1861. 



Florence Louisa, born at 
Exeter 2 April, bapt. at 
St. James', Exeter, 25 
April 1863. 



Alice Margaret, bom at 
Woolwich, CO. Kent, 19 
July, and bapt. privately, 
baptism registered at 
St. George's Garrison 
Church, Woolwich, 24 
July 1862 ; died at the 
Royal Artillery South 
Camp, Aldershot, co. 
Hants, and bur. in the 
military cemetery. Aider- 
shot, 23 October 1862. 



Ada Margaret, born at Aldershot 20 August, 
bapt. in the camp, Aldershot (by the Rev. 
William Robert Beach, the Chaplain), 27 
September 1863 ; marr. at St. Luke's, Old 
Charlton, co. Kent (by the Rev. William 
Richard Villiers, Vicar of Newborough, co. 
Northampton), on Tuesday, 11 December 
1883, Charles James Daun (2nd son of 
Edward Daun of The Firs, Mitcham, co. 
Surrey, by Rose Anne his wife, dau. of 
Robert Clarke) ; bom at Croydon, co. 
Surrey, on Monday, i September, bapt. at 
St. John's, Croydon, 17 October 1856. 

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Edward George Williams, 
born at Woolwich on 
Monday, 2 September, 
bapt. at St. George's Gar- 
rison Church, Woolwich, 
9 October 1867 ; entered 
the Army as Lieutenant 
Devonshire Regiment 25 
August 1886, Captain 
19 May 1895, Adjutant 
4th Battalion Devon- 
shire Regiment (Militia) 
I March 1897; serving in 
South Africa as Adjutant 
of Imperial Yeomanry 
1902. 



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Emily Ellen, bom at Falmouth, co. CJornwall, 23 March, bapt. at Budock, co. Cornwall, 

21 July 1811; marr. at Falmouth 3 June 1833, Henry Perry Dicken (2nd son of the 

Rev. Perry Dicken, Vicar of Witheridge and Rector of 

Poughill, CO. Devon, by Mary his wife, dau. of Henry Venn /- ^-^ ^, . 

of Payhembury, CO. Devon; bom at Witheridge 2 August 179s, yp^ 'X^ /^/'^'^^i^^E-»-» 

bapt. there 27 July 1796; entered the Royal Navy i June ' V^ 

1808; present at the siege of Flushing 1809, siege of Cadiz 

1810; commanded the Royal Mail Packets "Reindeer," "Linnet" and "Seagull" on the 

Falmouth Station ; retired as Commander 5 February 1858 ; died at 10 Midway Terrace, 

Heavitree, co. Devon, aged 87, on Tuesday, 29 May, bur. in the cemetery at Plymouth, co. 

Devon, 4 June 1883. Will dated 16 July 1873, with codicil dated 9 July 1875, proved at 

Exeter 11 July 1883, by the Rev. Henry Knott Veim of Honiton, co. Devon, and George 

Frederick Truscott of Exeter, the Exors. She died at Midway Terrace, Heavitree, aged 60, 

on Sunday, 16 April, and was bur. in the cemetery at Plymouth 22 April 1871. 

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{See Pedigree of Dicken, Vol. 7, page ijg.) 



Charles Lawrence Williams, bom at Woolwich, Violet Maud, born at Fenwick Cecil Williams, 

CO. Kent, 14 August, bapt. at St. George's Gibraltar 7 February, bom at Gibraltar 18 

Garrison Church, Woolwich, 15 September bapt. in the King's February, bapt. in the 

1868; marr. at St. George's Catholic Church, Chapel, Gibraltar, 26 King's Chapel, Gibraltar, 

Worcester, 3 September 1891, Agnes, dau. of March 1872. 15 March 1873. 
Charles Richard Landon of Worcester. 



Robin Williams, bom at Gibraltar George Fenwick Williams, bom at Robert Williams, 

19 April, bapt. in the King's Woolwich 1 7 June, bapt. at St. George's bom at Dover, 

Chapel, Gibraltar, 14 May 1874; Garrison Church, Woolwich, 23 July co. Kent, 25 Au- 

died at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, aged 1878; died at Woolwich 21 January, gust, bapt. at St. 

24, on Monday, 8 August 1898, bur. in the cemetery at Old Charlton, Mary's, Dover, 2 r 

and bur. there. co. Kent, 25 January 1879. September 1879. 



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Rev. Peter Edward Boissier (son of John Lewis Boissier of Bath, co.= 
Somerset, by Dorothea Howard his wife, dau. of Sir Paul Crosbie of 
Crosbie Park, co. Wicklow, 4th Bart.) ; born at Marlborough Buildings, 
Bath, 24 April 1791 ; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 4 May 1809, 
aged 18, B.A. 1813, M.A. 1816; Perpetual Curate of St. Peter's, Malvern 
Wells, CO. Worcester, 1835-59; died at 56 Pembroke Road, Clifton, co. 
Gloucester, i November, bur. in Arno's Vale Cemetery, Bristol, co. 
Somerset, 6 November 1888. Will dated 9 December 1881, with codicil 
dated 16 January 1882, proved at Bristol 5 December 1888^ by the Rev. 
Frederick Vaughan Mather of St. Paul's Vicarage, Queen's Road, Clifton, 
in the City and County of Bristol, Edmund Comer Board of 7 Caledonia 
Place, Clifton, Surgeon, and Ezekiel Charles Petgrave of 4 Harington 
Place, Bath, co. Somerset, the Exors. 



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=Marianne, dau. of 
Lieut.-Coloneljohn 
Dumaresq of the 
9th Garrison Bat- 
talion, by Anne 
Jones his wife; bom 
25 August 1790; 
marr. at Chelten- 
ham, co. Gloucester, 
15 May 1821; died 
at Clifton, in her 
85th year, on Sun- 
day, 6 September, 
bur. in Arno's Vale 
Cemetery, Bristol, 
12 September 1874. 



Rev. Peter Henry Boissier, borri at Cheltenham 6 October,= 
bapt. at the parish church, Cheltenham, 9 November 
1822; educated at Hatfield and at Exeter College, Oxford, 
matriculated 10 June 1841, aged 18 ; Curate-in-Charge of 
Barcheston, co. Warwick, 1862-73, Curate of St. Paul's, 
Clifton, 1872-76 ; died at 5 Leicester Place, Clifton, in his 
58th year, on Thursday, 5 August, bur. in Arno's Vale 
Cemetery, Bristol, on Saturday, 7 August 1880. Will 
dated 7 July 1875, proved at Bristol 20 September 1880, 
by Edmund Comer Board of 7 Caledonia Place, Clifton, 
in the City and County of Bristol, one of the Exors. 



Louisa Sophia, only dau. of the 
Rev. Edward Scobell, M.A., Rector 
of Turville, co. Buckingham, and of 
St. Peter's, Vere Street, Marylebone, 
London ; born i July 1822 ; marr. at 
the parish church, Marylebone (by 
the Rev. Sanford George Scobell, 
Vicar of Market Rasen, co. Lincoln) 
on Tuesday, 31 December 1850; 
died at 26, The Strand, Dawlish, 
CO. Devon, in her 53rd year, at 
midnight on Saturday, 29 May, bur. 
there 2 June 1875. Adinon was 
granted at the Principal Registry 
4 September 1875, to the Rev. 
Peter Henry Boissier of Clifton, 
the husband. 



Ernest Edward Boissier= 
of Goulbum, Sydney, 
New South Wales ; 
bom at the Vicarage, 
Turville, on Wednesday, 
22 October, bapt. at 
Turville 23 November 
1851. 



=Laura, dau. of Annie Louisa, born at the Vicarage, Turville, i Dec, 

John Lee Scott bapt. at Turville 30 Dec. 1852; marr. at St. Paul's, 

of Brixton, co. Clifton (by the Rev. Canon Frederic Vaughan Mather, 

Surrey ; born the Vicar), on Tuesday, 28 Sept. 1875, Edmund Comer 

14 Feb. i860 ; Board of 8 Caledonia Place, Clifton (son of John Board, 

marr. at St. by Anne his wife, dau. of Joseph Comer); bom at 

John's, Ken- Burnham, co. Somerset, 14 July 1838; educated at 

sington, Lon- Bath; L.R.C.P. Lond. 1869, M.R.C.S. Eng. 1859, 

don, 9 Feb. L.S.A. i860; House-Surgeon Bristol Royal Infirmary, 

1 88 1. and Senior Consulting Surgeon. =j 



Grace Amelia, born at Phyllis, born at Sydney 

Sydney, New South 22 April 1884, and 

Wales, 30 July 1882, bapt. there, 
and bapt. there. 



Adela, born at Sydney 
20 November 1885, 
and bapt. there. 



William Boissier, bom 
at Sydney 21 March 
1889, and bapt. there. 



Edward Boissier, 
bom 1 2 June, 
bapt. at the parish 
church, Chelten- 
ham, CO. Glouces- 
ter, 6 July 1825 j 
died at Malvern 
Wells, co.Worces- 
ter, aged 1 3 years 
and 8 months, 
1 February, bur. 
there 7 February 
1839- 



John William Boissier, bom at Wellington Lodge,= 
Cheltenham, 22 October 1826; Major 37th Regiment, 
retired 7 January 1864; served with the 32nd Regiment 
at the second siege operations before Mooltan, including 
the attack on the suburbs 27 December 1848, and 
surrender of the fortress ; also present at the surrender of 
the fort and garrison of Cheniote, and at the battle of 
Goojerat (medal with two clasps) ; also served throughout 
the Indian Mutiny, and commanded the entrenchments 
of Rajh Ghat, Benares, from August to end of November 
1857 ; present at the action of Azimnutghur 12 April 
1858, and the subsequent pursuit; held the bridge on the 
Benares road near Azimghur with a small piquet for four 
days, until Colonel Milman took the command on the 
9th April, when the passage of a large convoy was secured 
(medal) ; died at Exeter, co. Devon, 26 January, bur. in 
the cemetery at Dawlish, co. Devon, 31 January 1885. 



=Catherine Mary, 
eldest dau. of the 
Rev. John Hurst, 
Rector of Thake- 
ham, CO. Sussex, 
by Catherine his 
wife, dau. of the 
Ven^i= William 
Probyn, Chancel- 
lor of St. David's, 
Vicar of St. An- 
drew's, Pershore, 
co.Worcester,and 
of Longhope, co. 
Gloucester; born 
at Pershore 1 7 
Aug. 1822 ; marr. 
at Whittington, 
CO. Worcester, 1 1 
Dec. 1851. 



Amelia Laura, born at Peshawur, Punjab, India, 12 July, bapt. there in 
August 1853; marr. at All Saints', Cheltenham (by the Rev. Peter Henry 
Boissier, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. William Ferguson Steele), 
on Wednesday, 7 May 1873, George Bagot Ferguson of Cheltenham 
(only son of William Bruce Ferguson of British Guiana, by Catherine Anne 
his wife, dau. of George Bagot, High Sheriff of British Guiana); born at 
George Town, British Guiana, 13 January, bapt. there 13 February 1843; 
of Hertford College, Oxford, matriculated 31 October 1861, aged 18, 
B.A. (ist-class honours in Nat. Sc.) 1865, M.A. 1868, B.Med. 1871, 
M.D. 1875, B.Ch. (by decree) 1900; M.R.C.S. Eng. 1873; President 
British Medical Association 1901; F.R.C.S. Eng. 1902. 

A 



Catherine Charlotte, 
born at Kandy, 
Ceylon, 3 May 1855. 



DoraBlanche,bornat 
Pembroke Dock, co. 
Pembroke, on Thurs- 
day, 7 August, bapt. at 
the Garrison Church, 
Pembroke Dock, 7 
September 1862. 



Rev. Frederick Scobell Boissier, born at the Vicarage, Turville, co.= 
Buckingham, 31 January, bapt. at Turville 12 March 1854; of 
Queen's College, Cambridge, matriculated October 1873, B.A. 
1877, M.A. 1881; Head-Master of All Saints' School, Bloxham, 
CO. Oxford, 1886-98 ; Vicar of Denby, co. Derby, since 1900. 



=Frances Harriette Marian, 
eldest dau. of Samuel 
Marshall of East Retford, 
CO. Nottingham, by Marian 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
John Mee of East Ret- 
ford ; born at East Retford 
22 September 1857, and 
bapt. there ; marr. at St. 
Swithin's, East Retford, on 
Wednesday, 6 August 1879. 



Arthur Paul Boissier, born at All Saints' 
School, Bloxham, on Tuesday, 25 January, 
bapt. at Bloxham 27 February 1881. 



Agnes Marian, born at Bloxham 15 
January, bapt. there 11 Febmary 1883. 



Martin Edward 
Scobell Boissier, 
born at Bloxham 
27 August, bapt. 
there 2 1 Sep- 
tember 1884. 

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Ernest Gabriel Boissier, born at 
Bloxham 25 March, bapt. there 26 
April 1886. _ 

William Arthur Marshall Boissier, 
born at Bloxham 17 December 
1889, bapt. there 16 January 1890. 



Frederick Adolphus Boissier, born at Sunninghill, co. 
Berks, 3 April, bapt. there 26 May 1828; died i March, 
bur. at Sunninghilt 7 March 1829. 



Augustus Peregrine Boissier, born at Sunninghill 
7 August, bapt. there 16 September 1829; died at Clifton, 
CO. Gloucester, aged 48, 20 March, bur. in Arno's Vale 
Cemetery, Bristol, co. Somerset, 23 March 1878. 



I I 
Amelia, born 9 October, bapt. 

Sunninghill 17 November 1830. 



at 



George Boissier, born at Leamington, 
CO. Warwick, 31 March 1833; died 
16 April following, and bur. at 
Leamington. 



Mary Eliza Maud, born at Dover, co. Kent, 11 October 
1865, and bapt. there privately; marr. at Dibrugarh, Assam, 
India, 23 February 1888, Rivett Francis Guise of Ranchi, 
Bengal, India, District Superintendent of Police (2nd son 
of Francis Edward Guise of Dean Hall, Newnham-on- 
Severn, co. Gloucester, Barrister-at-Law, Recorder of 
Hereford, by Henrietta his wife, 2nd dau. of Sir James 
Rivett-Carnac of Rookcliff, Mil ford, co. Hants, ist Bart); 
born at Milford 17 April 1853, and bapt. there privately. 



Georgina Henrietta Louisa, born 
at 8 Oriel Place, Cheltenham, co. 
Gloucester, 22 April 1867, and 
bapt. at St. Luke's, Cheltenham. 



Antoinette Alexina Rosamond, 
born at Laurel Lodge, Cheltenham, 
10 May, bapt. at All Saints', 
Cheltenham, 18 July 1869. 



Arthur Henry Boissier of Shrublands,= 
Banbury, co. Oxford; born at the 
Vicarage, Turville, co. Buckingham, 
on Wednesday, 22 August, bapt. at 
Turville 23 September 1855 ; educated 
at Bristol and at University College, 
London ; L.R.C.P. Lond. 1879, 
M.R.C.S. Eng. 1879. 



=Octavia Georgiana (Eva), youngest dau. of Lieut.- 
Colonel Thomas Lowth Harington of the 5th Bengal 
Light Cavalry, by Emily Octavia his wife, 4th dau. of 
Daniel Ball ; born at Surbiton, co. Surrey, on Friday, 
16 December 1859, bapt. at Norbiton, co. Surrey, 
13 January i860; marr. at St. John the Baptist's, 
Bathwick, co. Somerset (by the Rev. Frederick Scobell 
Boissier, assisted by the Rev. James Dunn, the Vicar), 
on Tuesday, 11 October 1881. 

{See Pedigree of Harington, page I2j). 



Dorothy Evelyn, born at Oak 
House, Pocklington, co. York, 
on Wednesday, 19 July, bapt. at 
Pocklington 14 August 1882. 



Marjorie Helen, bom at Oak 
House, Pocklington, on Thurs- 
day, 6 September, bapt. at 
Pocklington 6 October 1883. 



Charles Harington Boissier, 
born at 17 Horse Fair, Ban- 
bury, 20 February, bapt. at 
the parish church, Banbury, 
17 March 1886. 



Philip Arthur Boissier, born 
at 17 Horse Fair, Banbury, 
on Wednesday, 6 April, bapt. 
at the parish church, Banbury, 
8 May 1887. 



Geoffrey Dumaresq Boissier, 
born at 1 7 Horse Fair, Banbury, 
on Sunday, 31 August, bapt. at 
the parish church, Banbury, 26 
October 1890. 



John Scobell Boissier, born at 
17 Horse Fair, Banbury, on 
Wednesday, 1 1 April, bapt. at 
the parish church, Banbury, 13 
May 1894. 



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Rev. George John Boissier, 
born at the Vicarage, 
Turville, co. Buckingham, 
on Sunday, ii October, 
bapt. at Turville 15 No- 
vember 1857 ; educated 
at All Saints' School, Blox- 
ham, CO. Oxford, and at 
Bristol Grammar School, 
Non-Collegiate of Oxford, 
matriculated 13 October 
1883, aged 26, migrated to 
Exeter College, Oxford, 23 
June 1884, B.A. 1887, M.A. 
1890; Rector of Roth well, 
CO. Lincoln, since 1890. 



Marian Dorothy, bom at 
Great Marlow, co. Bucking- 
ham, on Wednesday, 24 
August, bapt. there 29 
September 1859. 



Edward Sanford Boissier of= 
Broughtons, Newnham-on-Severn ; 
born at Great Marlow on Sunday, 
3 November, bapt. there 12 
December 1861 ; educated at 
All Saints' School, Bloxham, 
CO. Oxford. 




^Gertrude Mary Witton, eldest 
dau. of George Marshall of 
Mount Vernon, East Retford, 
CO. Nottingham, J.P., by Betsy 
Witton his wife, dau. of William 
Newton of Retford ; born at 
East Retford 23 July 1869, and 
bapt. there; marr.atSt.Swithin's, 
East Retford (by the Rev. Canon 
Charles Gray, Vicar of Blyth, co. 
Nottingham, assisted by the 
Rev. George John Boissier, 
Rector of Rothwell, brother of 
the bridegroom, and the Rev. 
Arthur Gladstone Henley), on 
Monday, 20 June 1892. 



Noel George Dumaresq 
Boissier, born at Newnham- 
on-Severn, CO. Gloucester, 
rr July, bapt. there 9 
August 1893. 



Sylvia Beryl Louisa, born at 
Broughtons, Westbury-on- 
Severn, co. Gloucester, 26 
June, bapt. at Flaxley, co. 
Gloucester, 25 July 1900. 



Rev. Herbert Chessall Boissier, bom at the Rectory,= 
Barcheston, co. Warwick, on Tuesday, 12 July, bapt. at 
Barcheston 21 August 1864; educated at All Saints' 
School, Bloxham, Forest School, Walthamstow, co. Essex, 
and at Seabury Divinity School, Fairibault, Minnesota, 
U.S.A.; Rector of Anoka, Minnesota, 1893, of Hot 
Springs, South Dakota, 1894, Assistant, All Saints', Denver, 
Colorado, r895-97, of New Richmond, Wisconsin, 1897, 
and Curate-in-Charge of Mauston, Wisconsin, since 1897. 



=Cecilia Catherine, dau. of John 
Cromb of Crookston, Minnesota; 
born at Lake Park, Minnesota, 15 
March 1872, bapt. at Crookston 
2 October 1 888 ; marr. at Christ 
Church, Crookston (by the Rev. 
Ivan C. Fortin, Rector of Holy 
Trinity, Lewiston, Maine, U.S.A.), 
20 August 1891. 



Arthur Harvey Cromb Boissier, born at Holy 
Trinity Rectory, Anoka, Minnesota, 3 March, 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, Anoka, on Sunday, 
II March 1894. 



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Cotton. 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Azure, a. chevron between three hanks of 
cotton argent. 

Crest. — A falcon rising proper, beaked, 
legged and belled or, holding in the dexter 
claw a belt azure, buckled gold. 

Motto. — In utraque fortuna paratus. 



Very Rev. James Henry Cotton (2nd= 
son of the Very Rev. George Cotton, 
LL.D., Dean of Chester, by Katherine 
Maria his wife, only dau. of James 
Tomkinson of Dorfold Hall, co. 
Chester, and grand-son of Sir Lynch 
Salusbury Cotton, 4th Bart); bom at 
the Deanery, Chester, 8 February 
1781 ; educated at Chester and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B. 
1804; Vicar of Bangor 1819-38, Pre- 
centor of Bangor 31 March i8io to 
31 March 1838, Dean 31 March 1838, 
Rector of Llanllechid, co. Carnarvon, 
182 1 until his death; marr. 2ndly by 
licence at St. Mary's, Marylebone, 
London, 6 June 1826, Mary La wrens, 
eldest dau. of Samuel Fisher, M.D., 
of Bath, CO. Somerset, and niece of 
the Rt. Rev. John Fisher, Bishop of 
Salisbury. He died at the Deanery, 
Bangor, aged 82, on Wednesday, 
28 May, and was bur. in the church- 
yard of Bangor Cathedral 4 June 1862. 
Will dated 6 February 1862, proved at 
Bangor 8 September 1862, ijy the Rev. 
Henry James Cotton of the Rectory, 
in the parish of Dalbury, co. Derby, 
the son, one of the Exors. 



'Mary Ann, and 
dau. of the Rt. 
Rev. Henry Wil- 
liam Majendie, 
D.D., Bishop of 
Chester and after- 
wards of Bangor, 
by Anne Route- 
ledge his wife, 
of Stapleton, 
CO. Cumberland; 
marr. at Bangor 
14 April 1810; 
died at Tany 
Bryn, near Ban- 
gor, aged 35, 
on Wednesday, 8 
October, bur. at 
Bangor 1 3 Oc- 
tober 1823. ist 
wife. 



Rev. Henry James Cotton, born i May 181 1 ; of Worcester 
College, Oxford, matriculated 5 May 1831, aged 20, B.A. 
1835 ; Incumbent of Staunton Harrold, co. Leicester, 
Rector of Dalbury, co. Derby, 1857; died at Chester 
26 June, bur. at Upton, co. Chester, 30 June 1884. 
Will dated 27 September 1882, proved (Prin. Reg., 
625, 84) 14 August 1884, by the Rev. James Stapleton 
Cotton of Dalbury, the son, and John Borough of Derby, 
gent., two of the Exors. 



=Elizabeth Emma, only dau. of John 
Sparrow Stovin of Cheltenham, co. 
Gloucester, by Rebekah Maria his 
wife, dau. of J. Green-Cotton ; born 
II August 1824, and bapt. at Bath; 
marr. at Rempstone, near Lough- 
borough, CO. Leicester (by the Very 
Rev. the Dean of Bangor), on 
Thursday, 15 April 1847. 



Frederick Henry Cotton of Horsham= 
Court, CO. Worcester ; born at The 
Close, Lichfield, on Wednesday, 
I March, bapt. at Lichfield Cathedral 
4 April 1848; entered the Army as 
Ensign in the looth Regiment 12 Oc- 
tober 1867, afterwards of the Derby 
Militia and Cheshire Yeomanry 
Cavalry. 



=Florence Hester Lavinia, elder dau. of Charles Richard 
Banastre Legh of Adlington Hall, co. Chester, J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Chester, by Mary Jane Annabella his wife, 
2nd dau. of the Rev. Henry Wright of Mottram Hall, 
CO. Chester; born at Adlington 24 September 1847, 
and bapt. there ; marr. at Prestbury, co. Chester, 
8 December 1870. 



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James Henry George Cotton, 
died, aged 3 years and 8 
months, 13 October, bur. at 
Bangor 17 October 1820. 



Mary, born 15 June, bapt. at Bangor 7 September 1827; 
died 2 7 September, bur. in the cemetery at Bournemouth, co. 
Hants, I October 1894. Will dated 8 June 1889, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 11 70, 94) 24 December 1894, by the Rev. James 
Stapleton Cotton, the nephew, the sole Exor. 



Rev. James Stapleton Cotton, born at Chesterfield,= 
near Lichfield, co. Stafford, on Monday, 25 June, 
bapt. at Lichfield Cathedral i August 1849; 
educated at Lichfield ; Curate of St. Mary's, 
Lichfield, 1873-78, Rector of Dalbury, co. Derby, 
1879-85, Chaplain at St. Servan, St. Malo and 
Paramd, Brittany, 1885-90, special service in Diocese 
of Chester 1890-92, Vicar of St. Matthew's, Stock- 
port, CO. Chester, 1892-93, of St. James', Congleton, 
CO. Chester, 1893-96, and of Audlem, co. Chester, 
since 1896. 



=Louisa Jessie, eldest dau. of Colin Minton 
Campbell of Woodseat, co. Stafford, J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Stafford, High Sheriff 
1869, M.P. for North Staffordshire, by 
Louisa Wilmot his wife, elder dau. of 
William Asteley Cave-Browne-Cave, 
Rector of Stretton-en-le-Field, co. Derby; 
born 16 February 1858; marr. at the 
British Embassy, Rome (by the Rev. 
James Hill Tait, the Chaplain), on 
Thursday, 5 February 1880. 



Beatrice Jessie, born 
at Woodseat on Sun- 
day, 2 1 November, 
bapt. at Rocester, co. 
Stafford, 23 December 



Constance Muriel, 
born at the Rectory, 
Dalbury, on Tuesday, 
10 April, bapt. at 
Dalbury 9 May 1883. 



Frederick Arthur Stapleton Cotton, 
born 4 April, bapt. at Dalbury 
4 May 1884. __ 

Hugh Stapleton Cotton, born at 
the Rectory, Dalbury, on Saturday, 
6 June, bapt. at Dalbury 2 July 
1885. _ 

George Edward Stapleton Cotton, 
born 30 October 1888, and bapt. at 
St. Servan, St. Malo and Paramd, 
Brittany. 



Mildred Lucy, born 30 November, 
bapt. at St. John's, Chester, 30 
December 1890; died 6 July, bur. 
at Upton, CO. Chester, 7 July 1891. 



Henry Wilmot Stapleton Cotton, 
born 22 February, bapt. at St. 
James', Congleton, 13 April 1894. 



Hester Evelyn, born 11 February, 
bapt. at Audlem 11 April 1897. 



Caroline Mary Florence, born 9 March 1872 ; marr. at St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington, London 
(by the Rev. James Stapleton Cotton, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Hon*"'^ and Rev. 
Edward Carr Glyn, D.D., the Vicar, now Bishop of Peterborough), on Tuesday, 28 June 1892, 
Arthur Masterton Robertson Legh of Adlington Hall, co. Chester (eldest surviving son of 
William John Renny of Danevale, Castle Douglas, co. Kircudbright, J.P. and D.L., by Julia 
Isabella his wife, dau. of Arthur John Robertson of Inshes, co. Inverness, J.P. and D.L.); born 
20 February 1852 ; Lieutenant Cheshire Yeomanry Cavalry; assumed by Royal Licence dated 
9 August 1897, the name and arms of Legh in lieu of his patronymic of Renny. 



I 



(See Pedigree of Legh, page /p.) 



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Anne, bom at Bangor, and bapt. there 20 February 1829; marr. at Bangor Cathedral (by the 
Rt. Rev. James Colquhoun Campbell, Bishop of Bangor, assisted by the Rev. Henry James 
Cotton) on Tuesday, 11 October 1859, the Very Rev. Evan Lewis (2nd son of Evan Lewis of 
Llanilar, co. Cardigan); born 16 November 18 18; of Jesus College, Oxford, matriculated 
7 April 1838, aged 19, B.A. 1841, M.A. 1863; Vicar of Aberdare, co. Glamorganj 1859-66, 
Rector of Dolgelly, co. Merioneth, and Rural Dean of Estimaner 1866-84, Canon of Bangor 
1877-84, Chancellor 1872-77, Dean of Bangor 1884 till his death. She died at Aberdare, 
aged 31, 24 December, and was bur. there 28 December i860. He marr. 2ndly at 
Ellesmere, co. Salop (by the Rev. John Griffith, Rector of Merthyr Tydvil, co. Glamorgan, 
assisted by the Rev. John Peake, the Vicar), on Thursday, 15 June 1865, Adelaide Owen, 
3rd dau. of the Rev. Cyrus Morrall of Plas Yolyn, Ellesmere, Vicar of North Leigh, by 
Emily Jane his wife, dau. of the Rev. Francis Blackburne, Rector of Weston-super-Mare, co. 
Somerset; born at Liverpool 19 December 1837, and bapt. at St. Michael's, Liverpool. He 
died at the Deanery, Bangor, aged 83, on Sunday, 24 November, and was bur. in the churchyard 
at Llandegai, co. Carnarvon, 28 November 1901. Will dated 14 June 1895, with codicil dated 
18 January 1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 44, 1902) January 1902, by Hugh Thomas Jones Vaughan, 
Henry John Birch, and Charles Joseph Davies, the Exors. 



Caroline Lucy, bom 
at Shenstone, near 
Lichfield, on Sunday, 

23 March, bapt. at 
Lichfield Cathedral 

24 April 1851 ; died 
at the Rectory, Dal- 
bury, CO. Derby, aged 
12, on Tuesday, 28 
July, bur. at Dalbury 
I August 1863. 



Charles Harington= 
Cotton of Evendine 
House, Colwall, co. 
Hereford ; bom at 
Shenstone, co. Staf- 
ford, on Wednesday, 
28 January, bapt. at 
Lichfield Cathedral 
24 February 1857. 



CfiQ/ijLLdjh^^^o^£>^Cd^^7^. 



=Julia Katherine, eldest dau. of the Rev. Howard 
England Tunnicliffe Gough of Colwall Court, co. 
Hereford, by Julia Mead his wife, younger dau. of 
the Rev. William Asteley Cave-Browne-Cave, Rector 
of Stretton-en-le-Field, co. Derby ; bom at Yealand 
Conyers, co. Lancaster, 15 January, bapt. there 
8 April 1855; marr. at Bournemouth, co. Hants, 
14 April 1898. She marr. istly at St. Augustine's, 
Highbury, London (by the Rev. Fitzherbert Cave- 
Browne-Cave, uncle of the bride, assisted by the 
Rev. Arthur Simmonds, Vicar of St. Paul's, Chatham, 
CO. Kent, and the Rev. Gordon Calthorp, the Vicar), 
on Wednesday, i February 1882, the Rev. Gerard 
Duke Wyatt of Belvoir House, North Malvern ; of 
St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1875, M.A. 
1878 ; Vicar of St. John's, Highbury, co. Middlesex, 
1881-89, Rector of Bermondsey, co. Surrey, 1889-96 ; 
died 18 September, bur. at Malvern 24 September 
1896. Will dated 12 July 1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1 142, 96) 23 November 1896, by Julia Katherine 
Wyatt, the relict, the sole Executrix. 



Gwendoline Mabel Lucy, born at Adlington, co. Chester, 23 November 1874, bapt. at Dalbury, 
CO. Derby, 9 July 1875 ; marr. at St. Stephen's, Gloucester Road, London, 19 January 1898, 
Frank Thomas Wisden of Henfield, co. Sussex (4th son of Lieut. -Colonel Thomas Faulconer 
Wisden of Broadwater, co. Sussex, J.P. and D.L. for co. Sussex, High Sheriff 1887, by Edith 
Isabel his 2nd wife, dau. of Robert Moseley Thomas of Calcutta, India) ; bom at Broadwater 
4 August, bapt. there 9 September 1873; formerly Lieutenant 3rd Battalion Royal Sussex 
Regiment (MUitia). {See Pedigree of Wisden, Vol. 3, page g, and Additions and Corrections, 
Vol. 6, page xiv.) =T= 

/k 

{See Pedigree of Legh, page yg.) 



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Constance Mary Anne, bom at the Rectory, Dalbury, 
on Friday, 8 February, bapt. at Dalbury 31 March i86i ; 
marr. at H.M. Legation, Berne, Switzerland (by the Rev. 
Robert Skinner), on Tuesday, 4 October 188 1, Charles 
George Horatio Shorting of Albion Cottage, Snape, co. 
Suffolk (eldest son of the Rev. Charles Shorting, Rector 
of Stonham Aspal, co. Suffolk, Rural Dean and Hon. 
Canon of Norwich Cathedral); bom at Stonham Aspal 
13 December 1840, bapt. there 7 February 1841; educated 
at Rugby and at Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 
12 May 1859, aged 18, Scholar Corpus Christi College, 
1860-62, B.A. from New Inn Hall 1863 ; died 18 
September, bur. at Stonham Aspal 24 September 1897. 
Will dated 13 November 1887, with six codicils dated 
respectively 20 May 1890, 17 September 1893, 8 December 
1893, 6 July 1895, 7 May 1897, and 14 May 1897, proved 
at Ipswich 8 December 1897, by William Jordan, gent. 



Florence Isabel, bom at the Rectory, 
Dalbury, 3 April, bapt. at Dalbury 
3 May 1863 ; marr. at the parish 
church, Kingston-on-Thames, co. 
Surrey (by the Rev. James Staple- 
ton Cotton, brother of the bride, 
assisted by the Rev. Henry Kemble 
Southwell, the Rev. William Henry 
Lawrence Cogswell and the Rev. 
Albert Stewart Winthrop Young, 
the Vicar), on Wednesday, 19 Octo- 
ber 1887, Frank Marven Southwell 
of Bridgnorth, co. Salop (son of 
Thomas Martin Southwell of 
Bridgnorth, by Eliza Baden his 
wife, dau. of Andrew Baden of 
Longstreet, CO. Wilts); born 8 March 



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Pearson. 



John Pearson of Tettenhall Wood, co. Stafford (eldest son of Thomas= 
Pearson of Tettenhall Wood, M.A. of Christ Church, Oxford, by 
Elizabeth his wife, only child and heiress of John Leake of Salter's Hall, 
Newport, co. Salop); born at Tettenhall Wood on Christmas Day, 25 
December 1771 ; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 24 October 
1789, aged 17, Barrister-at-Law of Lincoln's Inn 1802, Advocate- 
General East India Co. ; died at the residence of his elder daughter, 
Mrs. Greville, Milton Street, Dorset Square, London, in his 70th year, 
on Friday, 16 April 1841, and bur. in the old cemetery of St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London. Will dated 5 October 1840, proved 
(P.C.C., 360, 41) 8 May 1841, by Edward Johnstone, Barrister-at-Law, 
the nephew, the sole Exor. 





Jane Elizabeth Matilda, 
eldest dau. of Lieut.- 
Colonel George Philip 
Hooke of the 17th 
Regiment ; born at Bar- 
well, CO. Leicester, 14 
April 1784; marr. there 
21 December 1802 j died 
at Bower Ashton, co. 
Somerset, agfed 49, on 
Saturday, 16 November, 
bur. there 23 November 
1833- 



Elizabeth Mary, born at Barwell 23 October, bapt. privately 28 October 1804 (baptism 
registered at Barwell); marr. at Calcutta, India, 26 April 1825, George Macartney Greville 
(eldest son of Lieut.-Colonel Henry Francis Greville) ; of the Coldstream Guards, 
i6th Lancers, and Major 38th Regiment; died at Berhampore, Bengal, India, 26 April 1834, 
and bur. there. She marr. 2ndly, as his 2nd wife, at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London (by the Rev. Gilbert Elliot, Rector of Holy Trinity, Marylebone, London), on 
Thursday, 2 December 1847, James Loch (eldest son of George Loch of Drylaw, Edinburgh, by 
Mary his wife, dau. of John Adam of Blair, co. Kinross); born 7 May 1780; Barrister-at-Law 
of Lincoln's Inn 15 November 1806 ; M.P. for St. Germans June 1827-30, and for Wick 
Burghs 1830-52 ; F.G.S., F.S.S., F.Z.S. She died, leaving issue by her first husband, at 
Worsley Old Hall, near Manchester, in her 4Sth year, on Friday, 29 December 1848, and was 
bur. at St. Marks', Worsley, 4 January 1849. James Loch marr. istly in 18 10, Ann, youngest 
dau. of Patrick Orr of Bridgeton, co. Kincardine. He died at 12 Albemarle Street, London, 
5 July 1855. Will dated 10 May 1847, with three codicils dated respectively 21 September 
1848, 16 April 1855, and 4 May 1855, proved (P.C.C, 706, 55) 6 August rSss, by George Loch 
and William Adam Loch, the sons, two of the Exors. Power reserved to Henry Brougham 
Loch, the son, the other Exor. =j= 

As, 



Jane Frances, born at 
Barwell 31 August, 
bapt. there 6 Sep- 
tember 1838. 



Mary Ash by Mettam, 
born at Hinckley, co. 
Leicester, on Sunday, 
8 March, bapt. pri- 
vately 14 March 1840 
(baptism registered at 
Barwell). 



George John Hooke Pearson= 
of Stoke Albany House, co. 
Leicester ; born at Hinckley 
on Tuesday, 9 March, bapt. 
privately 11 March i84r 
(baptism registered at Bar- 
well) ; entered the Army as 
Cornet 15th Hussars 31 
December 1858, Lieutenant 
25 May i860, Captain 17 
September 1861 (retired) ; 
J. P. for the counties of 
Bedford and Northampton ; 
Alderman County Council 
of Northamptonshire since 



=Loetitia Blanche, younger dau. of Richard 
Buckby Humfrey of Stoke Albany 
House and of Kibworth, co. Leicester ; 
born at Tixover, co. Rutland, 19 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. there i March 1841 ; marr. 
at Kibworth (by the Rev. William 
Robert Pallet Waudby, Rector of Stoke 
Albany, assisted by the Rev. Montagu 
Francis Finch Osborn, the Rector), on 
Thursday, 17 October 1872 ; marr. istly 
at Stoke Albany (by the Rev. Edward 
Griffin, the Rector) on Thursday, 30 
November 1865, the Rev. William Henry 
Davies (youngest son of Sir David 
Da vies, M.D., K.C.H.); born 30 No- 
vember 1825; Chaplain of St. George's 
Hospital, London; died at sea, on board 
s.s. "Lord Warden," 22 January 1868. 



General Thomas Hooke Pearson, C.B. ; born at Tettenhall Wood, co.= 
Stafford, 7 June 1806 ; educated at Eton; entered the Army as Cornet 
nth Light Dragoons 14 March 1825, Lieutenant i August 1826, Captain 
59th Regiment 16 August 1831, and of i6th Lancers 9 December 1831, 
Brevet-Major 19 June 1846, Major 23 April 1847, Brevet-Lieut.-Colonel 
20 June 1854, Colonel 26 October 1858, Major-General 6 March 1868, 
Lieut-General i October 1877, General i July 1881 ; Colonel 12th 
Lancers 4 February 1879; served in the nth Light Dragoons at the siege 
and capture of Bhurtpore, under Lord Combermere, in 1825-26, and was 
,1 volunteer for the dismounted cavalry storming party (medal); served 
with the i6th Lancers at the battle of Maharajpore 29 December 1843 
(bronze star); also with the i6th Lancers in the Sutlej Campaign in 1846, 
including the action of Buddiwal, and battles of Aliwal and Sobraon ; 
at Aliwal he commanded the right wing of the i6th Lancers, and 
commanded the regiment in the latter part of the action; commanded 
the regiment at Sobraon and to the end of the campaign (twice 
mentioned in despatches, medal and clasp. Brevet of Major and C.B. 
2 June i86g); A.D.C. to Lord Amherst, Governor-General of India; 
died at The Hasells, Sandy, co. Bedford, aged 85, on Friday, 29 April, 
bur. at Sandy 3 May 1892. Will dated 2 April 1878, proved (Prin. Reg., 
779, 92) 6 July 1892, by George John Hooke Pearson, late a Captain 
in Her Majesty's Army, and Thomas Sherwin Pearson, the Exors. 




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=Frances Ehzabeth 
Ashby, eldest dau. of 
Rev. George Mettam, 
Rector of Barwell, 
CO. Leicester; born 
at Barwell 27 July 
1809, bapt. there 
privately the same 
day (baptism regis- 
tered at Barwell) ; 
marr. at Barwell n 
Nov. 1837 ; died at 
The Hasells, Sandy, 
in her 82 nd year, on 
Saturday, 9 Aug., 
bur. at Sandy 1 2 Aug. 
1890. Admon with 
will dated 25 May 
1870, was granted 
(Prin. Reg., 878, 
90) 19 Sept. 1890, 
to Thomas Hooke 
Pearson, a General 
in Her Majesty's 
Army, the lawful 
husband of the 
deceased. 



Vice-Admiral Hugo Lewis= 
Pearson of Rocklands, Ross- 
on-Wye, CO. Hereford, R.N.; 
born at Barwell 30 June, 
bapt. there privately 3 July 
1843 (baptism registered at 
Barwell); commanded Royal 
Yacht "Osborne" 1876-79, 
Captain H.M.S. "Excellent " 
1890-93, A.D.C. to H.M. 
Queen Victoria 1892-95, 
Rear- Admiral 1895, Com- 
mander-in-Chief on Aus- 
tralian Station 1897-1900, 
Vice-Admiral 1901. 



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=Emily Frances Mary, 
younger dau. of Lieut- 
General George William 
Key of The Manor 
House, Coates, co. Glou- 
cester, by Jane Frances 
Matilda his wife, 2nd 
dau. of John Pearson 
of Tettenhall Wood, co. 
Stafford ; born at Banga- 
lore, Mysore, India, 12 
March 1848, and bapt 
there ; marr. at Coates 
(by the Rev. Thomas 
Crook Gibbs, the Rec- 
tor), on Wednesday, 10 
June 1874. 

{See page 75.) 



Philip Ashby Mettam Pearson ; born at 
Barwell on Thursday, 27 July 1848, and 
bapt privately the next day (baptism 
registered at Barwell) ; entered the 
Army 11 January 1867, ■ Lieutenant 
10 February 1869, Captain i Novem- 
ber 1878, Adjutant 2nd Volunteer 
Battahon (East Yorkshire) Regiment, 
Major 15th (East Yorkshire) Regiment 
(retired 15 January 1890); served with 
Royal Reserve Regiment igoi. 



Edward Leake Pearson of Long 
Stratton, co. Norfolk ; born at Barwell 
on Monday, 10 September, bapt. there 
privately 12 September 1849 (baptism 
registered at Barwell). 



Frances Jane, born at The Hasells, 
Sandy, on Saturday, 2 7 September, bapt. 
at Sandy 2 November 1873. 

Millicent Mary, born at Hinwick Hall, 
CO. Bedford, on Thursday, 1 7 December 
1874, bapt. at Poddington, co. Bedford, 
17 January 1875. 



George Sherwin Hooke Pearson, born at Hinwick 
Hall, on Monday, 20 December 1875, bapt. at 
Poddington 23 January 1876; educated at Eton and 
at Magdalen College, Oxford, B.A. 21 October 1897; 
nominated an Attach^ in the Diplomatic Service 7 
April 1900, passed a competitive examination 14 June 
1900, and transferred to Foreign Office August 1901. 



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Jane Frances Matilda, born at Tettenhall Wood, co. Stafford, 8 August 1808; marr. at Barwell, 
CO. Leicester (by the Rev. George Mettam), on Monday, 27 February 1837, Lieut.-General 
George William Key of The Manor House, Coates, co. Gloucester (son of Alexander Key of 
Dumfries, by Isabella Clementina his wife, dau. of Charles Johnstone of Cowhill, co. Dumfries, 
and grand-daughter of Alexander Stewart of Ardsheal and Appin, co. Argyll); born in London 
6 February 1812; entered the Army as Cornet i6th Lancers 5 July 1831, Lieutenant 15th 
Hussars 25 August 1833, Captain 16 September 1837, Major, 14 June 1842, Lieut.-Colonel 
9 February 1847, Colonel 28 November 1854, Major-General 6 February 1862, Lieut.-General 
30 July 1871, General i October 1877; Brigadier-General Cavalry Brigade, Curragh, 1861-66; 
Colonel nth Hussars 29 March 1868, and Colonel isth Hussars 19 November 1871 till his 
death; died at The Manor House, Coates, aged 71, on Monday, 20 August, bur. at Coates 
24 August 1883. Will dated 26 May 1880, proved (Prin. Reg., 828, 83) 16 October 1883, 
by Thomas Allan Henry of Woodhouse Eaves, Loughborough, co. Leicester, Hugo Lewis 
Pearson of Ferryside, Hamble, co. Southampton, a Captain in the Royal Navy, and Albemarle 
Cator of Woodbastwick, co. Norfolk, three of the Exors. She died at The Manor House, 
Coates, aged 82, on Monday, 29 August, and was bur. at Coates 31 August 1887. Admon was 
granted at the Principal Registry 14 September 1887, to Emily Frances Mary Pearson (wife of 
Hugo Lewis Pearson) of The Manor House, Coates, near Cirencester, co. Gloucester, the 
daughter, and one of the next of kin. =r 

A 
{See page 74.) 



Thomas Sherwin Pearson-Gregory of Harlaston= 
Manor, Grantham, co. Lincoln ; born at Barwell on 
Friday, 20 June, bapt. there 7 Sept. 185 1 ; educated 
at Rugby and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 

20 Jan. 187 1, aged 
19, B.A. 1876 ; a 
Student of the Inner 
Temple 1873 ; by 
Royal Licence dated 
29 Sept. 1893, took 
the additional name 
and arms of Gregory 
on succeeding to the 
Harlaxton property 
in accordance with 
the will of John Sher- 
win Gregory, dated 
26 June 1868. 



I 




Emily Char- 
lotte Longden, 
bornat Barwell 
on Monday, 
5 Sept., bapt. 
there privately 
II Sept. 1853 
(baptism regis- 
tered at Bar- 
well). 



Mabel Laura, eldest dau. 
of Sir Salusbury Gillies 
Payne of Blunham House, 
Sandy, co. Bedford, Bart., 
by Catherine Anne his 
wife, 3rd dau. of Robert 
Chadwick of High Bank; 
Manchester ; born at 
Woburn Sands, co. Bed- 
ford, 21 June, bapt. at 
Aspley Guise,co. Bedford, 
27 July 1863; marr. at Blunham, co. 
Bedford (by the Rev. Samuel WiUiam 
Cope, Vicar of Bramley, co. York, assisted 
by the Rev. Thomas Marlborough Berry, 
the Rector, and the Rev. John Richardson, 
Rector of Sandy), on Tuesday, 20 Oct. 
_ 1885 ; died at 
Blyth, CO. Notting- 
ham, aged 24, on 
Tuesday, 2 7 March, 
bur. at Blunham 
31 March 1888. 



Philip John Sherwin Pearson-Gregory, 
born at Blyth on Monday, 26 March, 
bapt. there 15 April 1888. 

Arms on record in the College ofArms.—Qvi3x\.eAy : 1st and 4th, Gules, on a chevron between ten cross-crosslets, 
six and four, or, three cross-crosslets of the first, a canton erminois for distinction, Gregory; 2nd and 3rd, Per fesse 
nebuly, azure and sable, in chief, two suns in splendour, and in base, issuant from a mount, a sun-flower, stalked 
and leaved, all proper, /isarj-««. , ., , ^ u, r j- t- *• 

Crests —1 Three garbs or, banded gules, the centre one charged with a cross-crosslet sable for distinction, 
Gregory; 2, In front of a demi-sun in splendour proper, a parrot's head erased argent, gorged with a collar nebuly 
azure, Pearson. Motto. —Qr^y. scutum. 




I 



Hugo Thomas Pearson, born at 33 Eaton Square, London, on Friday, 19 March 1875 ; 
died at Hamble, co. Hants, aged 3 years and 9 months, on Sunday, 24 November, bur. there 
26 November 1878. 

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Hugh Pearson, born at Tettenhall Wood, co. Stafford, 7 November= 
1809 ; Major 49th Regiment, Adjutant West Essex Militia, and 
Major Essex Rifle Militia ; died at Ellesmere Lodge, Portswood, 
CO. Hants, 20 February, bur. in the cemetery at Southampton 
25 February 1885. Will dated 28 August 1868, with two codicils 
dated respectively 8 October 1881 and 11 July 1884, proved at 
Winchester 7 May 1885, by Frederick William Fisher of Westfield 
House, Doncaster, co. York, and George John Hooke Pearson of 
Stoke Albany House, Market Harborough, co. Leicester, late a 
Captain in Her Majesty's Army, the Exors. 



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=Jane Augusta, dau. of Miles 
Alkinson of Skipworth Park, 
Ardsley House, and Dod- 
worth Grange, co. York, by 
Catherine his wife, dau. of 
Captain Henry Baynes, R.N. ; 
born at Leeds, co. York, 26 
May 1804; marr. at Calcutta, 
India, 22 June 1837; died 
19 December, bur. in the 
cemetery at Southampton 
22 December 1893. 



Colonel Hugh Pearce Pearson, C.B. ; born at Dinapore, Bengal,= 
India, 4 March 1839; of the Essex Rifle Militia, 84th (2nd 
Battalion York and Lancaster), 52nd (2nd Battalion Oxfordshire 
Light Infantry), and 12th (Suffolk) Regiments; served in Indian 
Mutiny 1857 (medal with two clasps), and in Afghan War 1878-80 
(mentioned in despatches, medal with clasp, and Brevet of Lieut.- 
Colonel) ; Adjutant-General at Madras, India (Belgaum District), 
1890-94, Brigadier-General Commanding 2nd Class District in 
India 1894-96, retired as Colonel 4 March 1896 ; died at 12 Here- 
ford Road, Southsea, co. Hants, on Good Friday, 16 April, bur. at 
Southampton 27 April 1897. Adinon was granted at the Principal 
Registry 22 May 1897, to Eva Ellen, wife of the Rev. Edwin 
Lewis Franklin. 




=Ellen Fanny, 3rd dau. of 
Robert Moseley Thomas 
of Calcutta, India, by 
Henrietta his wife, dau. 
of David Bryce, Captain 
Hon"^ East India Co.'s 
Service, by Joanna his 
wife); born at Calcutta 10 
July 1 845 ; marr. there 
7 February 1865; died at 
Ootacamund, Madras, on 
Friday, 23 September 1892, 
and bur. at St. George's 
Cathedral, Madras. 

(See Pedigree of Thomas, 
Vol. 6, page 48.) 



Eva Ellen Adela, born at Delhi, Punjab, India, 
20 February, bapt. at St. James', Delhi, 27 
March 1866; marr. at Broadwater, co. Sussex 
(by the Rev. James Bond Orme, Rector of 
Angmering, co. Sussex, assisted by the Rev. 
Edward King Elliott, the Rector), on Tuesday, 
7 November 1893, the Rev. Edwin Lewis 
Franklin (2nd son of Walter Lewis Franklin of 
78 St. George's Road, London, by Sarah-Louisa 
Philips his wife) ; born at Claughton, co. 
Chester, 31 May 1855 ; of Trinity College, 
Dublin, matriculated 1879, B.A. 1882, First 
Senior Moderator (Large Gold Medallist), 
M.A. 1886; Vicar of St. Mark's, Southampton, 
since 1802. =r 

A 



Hugh Frederick Archie Pearson, born at 
Cawnpore, North-West Provinces, India, 19 
June, bapt. there 2 August 1869: entered the 
Army as 2nd Lieutenant 22 August 1888, 
Lieutenant Indian Staff Corps 6 November 
1889, Captain 22 August 1899; served in 
Miranza (ist and 2nd) Expeditions (medal 
with clasp), and at the operations in Chitral 
1895, with the Rehef Force (medal with clasp). 



— -^TTl^^ . 7. 4 . ^^'L^iA/XOum^ 



Reginald William George 
Pearson, born at Southsea 
on Saturday, 6 May, bapt. 
at St. Jude's, Southsea, 21 
June 1876; Lieutenant 2nd 
Battalion Rifle Brigade ; 
died at Ladysmith, South 
Africa, during the siege, 
aged 23, 22 February 1900. 



John Lewis Pearson, born at Southsea 
on Saturday, 8 June, bapt. at St. Jude's, 
Southsea, 10 July 1878 ; of the Royal 
Navy, Lieutenant H.M.S. " Prince 
George" 15 January 1901. 

Frances May,born at Ferryside,PIamble, 
CO. Hants, on Sunday, ii March 1883, 
and bapt. at Hamble. 

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Isobel Lucy, born at The 
Manor House, Coates, co. 
Gloucester, on Thursday, 
18 Nov. 1886, bapt. at 
Coates 2 Jan. 1887; died 
at Kempsford, co. Glou- 
cester, aged 16 months, on 
Sunday, 18 March, bur. 
there 21 March 1888. 



Emily, born in September 
i8i I ; died lo June 1823. 



George Pearson, born at 
Barwell, co. Leicester, 28 
April, bapt. there 22 May 
1813; of the 9th Regi- 
ment; died at Hazaribagh, 
Bengal, India, 1 1 January 
1838, and bur. there. 



Rev. Charles James Pearson,= 
born 31 October 1814 ; of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1838, M.A. 1842 ; 
Curate of St. Thomas', 
Birmingham ; died at Bris- 
lington, CO. Somerset, aged 
65, 10 June, bur. in Arno's 
Vale Cemetery, Bristol, 16 
June 1 88 1. 



:Mary Charlotte, eldest dau. of the 
Rev. James Howe Christopher Moor, 
Vicar of Clifton-on-Dunsmore, co. 
Warwick, and Rural Dean of Rugby ; 
born at Clifton-on-Dunsmoor 2 Oct. 
1818; marr. there 8 Dec. 1845; died 
at Weymouth, co. Dorset, aged 66, on 
Wednesday, 26 Aug., bur. in Arno's 
Vale Cemetery, Bristol, 29 Aug. 1885. 
Adinon was granted at the Principal 
Registry i8 Sept. 1885, to Charles 
Hugh Pearson of Glenthorne Villa, 
the son, and one of the next of kin. 



Mary Matilda, born 
at Midhurst, co. 
Sussex, 5 December 
1 846 ; died at Cannes, 
France, aged 26, on 
Saturday, i February 
1873, ^nd bur. there. 



Charles Hugh Pearson, 
born at Midhurst 13 
July 1848 ; of Trinity 
College, Oxford, 'ma- 
triculated 12 June 
1867, aged 18, Scholar 
1867-72, B.A. 1872, 
M.A. 1877. 



Rev. James Edward= 
Pearson, born at 
Clifton-on-Dunsmore 
2 1 August 1850, bapt. 
there 15 September 
1850; of Christ's 
College, Cambridge, 
B.A.i874,M.A.i879. 



=Elisabeth, dau. of William 
Robert Baillie, Writer to 
the Signet, by Elizabeth 
his wife ; born at Edin- 
burgh 13 September 1855; 
marr. at St. Jude's, South 
Kensington, London, 31 
July 1887. 



John Arthur Stanhope Hooke Pearson, 
born at Dodworth, co. York, 7 January 
1843; died at Nottingham 3 October 
1843, and bur. there. 



Emily Jane Augusta, 
born at Darton, co. 
York, 20 November, 
bapt. there 26 De- 
cember 1844. 



Edith Fanny Grant, born at 
Darton i o July, bapt. there 2 7 July 
1846; died at Chelmsford, co. 
Essex, aged 6 months, 2 1 January, 
bur. there 23 January 1847. 



Emily Bryce, born at Fyzabad, India, 17 March, bapt. there i April 1871 ; 
marr. at St. Stephen's, Ootacamund, Madras, India, on Thursday, 24 
March 1892, Lionel Davidson (3rd son of William Davidson of 424 
Camden Road, London, formerly of Edinburgh, afterwards of Langley, co. 
Hertford, by Martha his wife) ; born at 424 Camden Road, London, on 
Sunday, 19 January 1868 ; educated at University College School and 
University College, London, and at Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 
19 October 1886, aged 18, B.A. 1889; of the Madras Civil Service; 
Assistant and Head Assistant Collector in districts of South Arcot, Nilgiris, 
Anantapur, Coimbatore and North Arcot 1890-93, Assistant and Under- 
Secretary to the Government of Madras 1894-97, Sub-Collector Salem 
district 1897-98, Secretary to the Madras Revenue Board 1898-1902, 
Commissioner of Coorg 1902. =r 



Ida Florence, born 
at Subather, India, 
28 August 1872 ; 
died at Kasauli, 
Punjab, India, 8 
January 1873, and 
bur. there. 



Arthur Arnold Pearson, 
born at Morah, India, i 
September 1874; died at 
Morah 14 August 1875, 
and bur. there. 



Aylmer Cavendish Pear- 
son, born at Broadwater, 
CO. Sussex, 5 August, bapt. 
there 14 September 1876. 



Frank Stanley Pearson, born 
at Mitcham, co. Surrey, 13 
June, bapt. there 3 August 
1879. _ 

Edith Mary, born at Bury 
St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk, 
10 November, bapt. there 
14 December 1881. 



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Charles Henry Campbell Pearson, born 
at Roorkee, North-West Provinces, 
India, 6 January, bapt. there 13 Feb- 
ruary 1884. 

Henry Sim Ibbetson Pearson, born at 
Bury St. Edmunds 16 June, bapt. there 
II July 1888. 



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Eegl) of atiltngton ^all ro. €i)t^ttx. 




Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Azure, two bars argent, over all a bend 
gobony, or and gules, and for distinction, a, 
canton of the second. 

Crest. — An unicorn's head couped argent, 
crined and armed or, charged on the neck 
with a cross botony gules, and for distinc- 
tion, with a quatrefoil also gules. 

Motto. — Da gloriam Deo. 



Thomas Legh of Adling-- 
ton Hall, CO. Chester 
(eldest son of Richard 
Legh [formerly Crosse] 
of Crosse Hall, Shaw 
Hill, CO. Lancaster, and 
Adlington, co. Chester, 
Sheriff for co. Lancaster 
1807 [Portrait at Adling- 
ton], by Ann his wife, only 
surviving dau. of Robert 
Parker of Cuerden, co. 
Lancaster); assumed by 
Royal Licence dated 
July 1823, the name of 
Legh instead of that of 
Crosse; died in his 34th 
year, being accidentally 
drowned whilst crossing 
the river near Antwerp, 
25 April, bur. at 
Prestbury, co. Chester, 
21 May 1829. Adifion, 
with will dated i Octo- 
ber 1820, was granted 
(P.C.C., 651 Liverpool) 
9 November 1829, to 
Louisa Legh (heretofore 
Crosse), the relict. 



=Louisa, dau. of George Lewis 
Newnham of Newtimber Place, 
CO. Sussex {Portrait by Opie 
at Adlington), by Mary Diana 
his wife (Portrait by Opie 
at Adlington), only dau. 
of Sir William Aston of 
Addington, near Croydon, co. 
Surrey; marr. in 18 14; marr. 
2ndly at Adlington Hall, by 
special licence (by the Rev. 
John Rowlls Browne, Vicar of 
Prestbury), on Wednesday, 12 
May 1830, Thomas Americus, 
3rd Baron Erskine (son of 
David Montagu, 2nd Baron 
Erskine, by Frances his wife, 
dau. of General John Cadwala- 
der of Philadelphia, U.S.A.); 
born 3 May 1802 ; died s.p. at 
Hill Side, Alderley Edge, co. 
Chester, aged 75, on Thursday, 
ro May, bur. at Prestbury 
15 May 1877. Will dated 26 
January 1877, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 563, 77) 10 July 1877, 
by the Rt. Honi^'^ Cadwalader, 
Baron Erskine, of Ettenheim, 
Torquay, co. Devon, the brother, 
one of the Exors. She died at 
Bonis Hall, near Macclesfield, 
CO. Chester, aged 76, on Sun- 
day, 10 March, and was bur. 
in Prestbury Churchyard 14 
March 1867. 



Mary Anne, marr. at Prestbury 
8 December 1830, the Hon^'= 
and Rev. Augustus Cavendish 
(4th son of Richard, 2nd Baron 
Waterpark, by Juliana his wife, 
eldest dau. and coheir of 
Thomas Cooper of Cooper's 
Hill and Mullimast Castle, 
CO. Kildare) ; of Magdalene 
College, Cam bridge, M. A. 1 8 1 9 ; 
died, aged 66, 9 May 1863. 

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Marcella Louisa, marr. 14 January 1840, the Rev. John 
William Chaloner ; born i September 18 11; of Magdalen 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1836, M.A. 1850; Rector of 
Newton Kyme, co. York, 1851; died at the Rectory, Newton 
Kyme, aged 82, on Monday, 12 February, bur. at Newton 
Kyme 16 February 1894. Will dated 11 November 1885, 
with codicil dated 29 August 1892, proved at Wakefield 
16 August 1894, by Edward Chivers Bower and Thomas 
Linley Bickers, the Exors. She died at Bonishall, co. 
Chester, on Thursday, 22 November 1866. 

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Charles Richard Banastre Legh of Adlington Hall, co. Chester ;= 
born 4 March 182 1 ; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 3 June 
1840, aged 19; J. P. and D.L. for co. Chester; Captain Earl of 
Chester's Yeomanry Cavalry ; died at Adlington Hall, aged 66, on 
Sunday, 26 February, bur. at Prestbury 2 March 1888. Will dated 
9 December 1876, with codicil dated 17 August 1883, proved at 
Chester 12 April 1888, by Mary Jane Annabella Legh of Adhngton 
Hall, near Macclesfield, co. Chester, the relict, William Coare 
Brocklehurst of Butley Hall, near Macclesfield, and Peter Parrott of 
Church Side, Macclesfield, the Exors. 



Mary Jane Annabella, 
2nd dau. and coheir of 
the Rev. Henry Wright 
of Mottram Hal], co. 
Chester, by Mary Cathe- 
rine his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. Thomas Adnutt, 
Rector of Croft, co. 
Leicester ; marr. at 
Prestbury 29 April 1846. 



Florence Hester Lavinia, born at Adlington 24 September, bapt. at Prestbury 6 October 1847 ; 
marr. there on Thursday, 8 December 1870, Frederick Henry Cotton of Redeham Hall, 
Burstow, CO. Surrey (eldest son of the Rev. Henry James Cotton of Dalbury, co. Derby [and 
great-grandson of Sir Lynch Salusbury Cotton, 4th Bart., father of Sir Stapleton, ist Viscount 
Combermere], by Elisabeth Emma his wife, dau. of John Sparrow Stovin); born i March 1848. 
They have issue two daughters, the elder, Caroline Mary Florence, born 9 March 1872 ; marr. 
at St. Mary Abbot's, Kensington, London (by the Rev. James Stapleton Cotton, uncle of the 
bride, assisted by the Hon''''= and Rev. Edward Carr Glynn, D.D., the Vicar, now Bishop of 
Peterborough), on Tuesday, 28 June 1892, Arthur Masterton Robertson Legh (eldest surviving 
son of William John Renny of Danevale, Castle Douglas, co. Kirkcudbright, J. P. and D.L., 
by Julia Isabella his wife, dau. of Arthur John Robertson of Inshes, co. Inverness, J. P. and 
D.L.); born 20 February 1852; Lieutenant Cheshire Yeomanry Cavalry; assumed by Royal 
Licence dated 9 August 1897, the name and arms of Legh in lieu of his patronymic of 
Renny. They have issue a daughter, Cynthia Combermere, born 13 September 1896 {see 
Pedigree of Cotton, page 70). The younger daughter, Gwendoline Mabel Lucy, born at 
Adlington Hall 23 November 1874, bapt. at Dalbury 9 July 1875 ; marr. at St. Stephen's, 
Gloucester Road, London, 19 January i8g8, Frank Thomas Wisden of Henfield, co. Sussex 
(4th son of Lieut.-Colonel Thomas Faulconer Wisden of Broadwater, co. Sussex, J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Sussex, High Sheriff 1887, by Edith Isabel his 2nd wife, dau. of Robert Moseley 
Thomas of Calcutta, India); born at Broadwater 4 August, bapt. there 9 September 1873; 
formerly Lieutenant 3rd Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment (Militia). They have issue a daughter, 
Hermione Hester Isabel, born at 22 Harrington Road, London, on Tuesday, 22 November, 
bapt. at St. Stephen's, Gloucester Road, London, on Wednesday, 21 December 1898. {See 
Pedigree of Cotton, page 71, also Pedigree of Wisden, Vol. j, page g, and Additions and 
Corrections, Vol. 6, page xiv.) =f 

As 



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Emily Anne, marr. 21 November 1843, John Lawton of Lawton Hall, co. 
Chester (son of John Lawton, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of John Carter) ; 
bapt. at Lawton 5 September 1821; J. P. for co. Chester; died at Lawton 
Hall, in his 44th year, on Thursday, 9 June, bur. at Lawton 15 June 1864. 
Will dated 10 June i86r, proved (Prin. Reg., 543, 64) 18 August 1864, 
by Emily Anne Lawton of Lawton Hall, Lawton, co. Chester, the relict, 
the sole Executrix. She marr. 2ndly at the parish church, Lawton (by the 
Rev. John William Coventry Campion, brother-in-law to the bride, assisted 
by the Rev. Samuel Nunn), on Wednesday, 13 December 1865, Frank 
Renaud of 18 Barton Arcade, Manchester, and Alderley Edge, co. Chester 
(son of Charles Renaud, by Sarah Davies his wife); M.D. Edin. 1844, 
M.R.C.S. Eng. and L.S.A. 1844, F.S.A. 



Thomas Henry 

Townley Legh, 
died in infancy. 



Edith Mabel, born 11 January, bapt. at Prestbury, co. Chester, 
21 January 1855 ; marr. at St. Mary's, in the parish of 
St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London (by the Rev. Reginald Edmund 
Broughton), 7 November 1889, John Russell Legh (who by Deed 
Poll dated 5 November 1889 assumed the name of Legh instead 
of that of Gubbins) of Bruree House, co. Limerick (3rd son of 
Joseph Gubbins of Kilfrush, co. Limerick, by Maria his wife, dau. 
of Thomas Wise of Cork); bapt. at Aney, co. Limerick, 29 
December 1838; High Sheriff for co. Limerick 1886. She died, 
aged 41, on Tuesday, 25 August, and was bur. at Prestbury 
29 August 1896. 



Charles Henry Frederick 
Americus Legh, born at 
Adlington Hall, co. 
Chester, on Thursday, 
22 April, bapt. at Prest- 
bury 6 May 1858 ; of 
Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 18 October 
1876, aged 18 ; died 
unmarried, aged 27, on 
Saturday, 25 July, bur. at 
Prestbury 31 July 1885. 



'i^&Ji'-^. Mu, 



80 



^ralile|) of iBtotttngfjam. 



George Bradley of Old Lenton, co. Nottingham, formerly of Park= 
Street, Nottingham (son of John Bradley, by Charlotte his wife); 
born at Brinsley Old Hall, Greasley, co. Nottingham, and bapt. at 
Greasley 27 April 1774; died at Old Lenton, in his 8ist year, 
5 May, bur. in the General Cemetery, Nottingham, 12 May 1854. 
M.I. Will dated 9 November 1842, with two codicils dated 
respectively 10 December 1849 and 3 April 1852, proved at York 
29 November 1854, by John Bradley, the surviving Exor. 
Portrait by Thomas Barber, in the possession of his grandson, 
John Bradley. 




=Mary, dau. of James and 
Eleanor Jerram of Long 
Eaton, CO. Derby; bapt. 
at Sawley, co. Derby, 
8 January 1775 ; marr. 
at St. Mary's, Notting- 
ham (by the Rev. N. 
Haines, the Vicar, in the 
presence of T. Salthouse 
and Sarah Pinkney), 12 
July 1798; died, aged 79, 
27 November, and bur. in 
the General Cemetery, 
Nottingham, 2 December 
1853. Portrait by Thomas 
Barber, in the possession 
of her grandson, John 
Bradley. 



Mary, marr. Edwin Bardsley, who died at Lenton, aged 54, 23 
April, and was bur. in the General Cemetery, Nottingham, 
27 April 1853. She died at Old Lenton, aged 81, 14 
July, and was bur. in the General Cemetery, Nottingham, 
17 July 1879. Will dated 19 October 1876, with codicil 
dated 2 July 1877, proved at Nottingham 29 August 1879, 
by George Bardsley of Gregory Street, Old Lenton, in the 
county of Nottingham, gent., the son, and Henry Farmer of 
Flora Cottage, Lenton, the Exors. =f= 



Ann, born 31 December 
1800, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Nottingham, 30 January 
1801 ; died, aged 33, 11 
November 1833, and bur. 
in a vault at Parliament 
Street Chapel, Nottingham. 
Portrait by Thomas Barber, 
in the possession of her 
nephew, John Bradley. 



Caroline Gedling, born 12 March, bapt. at St. Nicholas', Nottingham, 24 March 1833; 
marr. at Parliament Street Chapel, Nottingham, 3 September 1857, Mark Firth of Oakbrook, 
Sheffield, co. York (eldest son of Thomas Firth of Sheffield, by Mary his wife, dau. of John and 
Catherine Loxley) ; born 25 April 1819; died at Oakbrook, Sheffield, in his 62nd year, on 
Sunday, 28 November, bur. in Sheffield General Cemetery on Thursday, 2 December 1880. 
Will dated 2 May 1879, proved at Wakefield 13 January 1881, by Charles Henry Firth of 
Riverdale, in the parish of Sheffield, co. York, the brother, John Bradley Firth of Oakbrook, in 
the parish of Sheffield, the son, James Henry Barber of Sheffield, Barnard Platts Broomhead of 
Sheffield, Solicitor, and Samuel Roberts, the younger, of Sheffield, Barrister-at-Law, the Exors. 
She died 13 July, and was bur. in Sheffield General Cemetery on Tuesday, 17 July 1894. Will 
dated 19 May 1893, proved at Wakefield 9 January 1895, by John Bradley Firth and Mark 
Firth, the Exors. =i= 

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John Bradley of The Park, Nottingham ; born 1 1 January=j=Mary Ann, dau. of Micah Gedling 

1802 ; Alderman of the Town of Nottingham 15 January 

1836 and 9 November 1862, and Mayor for that City 

1856-57 ; died at Oakbrook, Sheffield, co. York, aged 64, 

31 May, bur. in the family vault at the General Cemetery, 

Nottingham, 5 June 1866. M.I. Will dated 25 May 1863, 

proved (Prin. Reg., 619, 66) 8 October 1866, by Mary 

Ann Bradley of Nottingham Park, co. Nottingham, the 

relict, and Micah Gedling Bradley of Nottingham, John 

Bradley of Nottingham, Bernard Bradley of Nottingham 

and Charles Bradley of Leeds, co. York, the sons, the Exors. 




of BowHng Alley House, Mount 
Vernon, Nottingham, J. P. ; bom 
r6 September 1807 ; marr. at St. 
Mary's, Nottingham, 6 June 1832; 
died at Broxtowe House, The Park, 
Nottingham, aged 76, 12 March, bur. 
in the family vault at the General 
Cemetery, Nottingham, 15 March 
1884. M.I. Will dated 26 March 
1881, proved at Nottingham 10 June 
1884, by John Bradley and Charles 
Bradley, gent., both of Nottingham, 
and Frederick James Bradley of 
Beeston, co. Nottingham, the sons, 
the Exors. 



Micah Gedling= 
Bradley of West 
Lodge, Mans- 
field, CO. Not- 
tingham ; born 
7 August, bapt. 
at St. Nicholas', 
Nottingham, 26 
August 1834 ; 
educated at 
Amersham Hall 
School. 



Micah Gedhng 
Bradley, born at 
West Lodge, 
Mansfield, on 
Saturday, 9 Sep- 
tember 1882, 
bapt. at Parlia- 
ment Street 
Chapel,Notting- 
ham, 16 January 
1883. 



=Fanny Lake, youngest 
dau. of Francis Pile of 
Bath and of Taunton, 
CO. Somerset, by Mary 
his wife, 2nd dau. of 
Thomas Lake of 
Taunton ; born 22 
August 1843, bapt. 
as an adult at St. 
Mary Street Unitarian 
Chapel, Taunton, 16 
January 1 888 ; marr. 
there (by the Rev. 
J . E. Odgers) 2 7 March 
1877. 



John Bradley^ 
ofNottingham; 
born 1 3 De- 
cember 1835, 
bapt. at St. 
Nicholas', Not- 
tingham (by 
the Rev. W. 
J. Butler, the 
Rector), 3 Jan- 
uary 1836. 



^Elizabeth Ellen, eldest dau. of Edward 
Munk of The Park, Nottingham, by 
Sarah his wife, dau. of John Franks 
of Stretton Hall, co. Leicester ; born 
I October 1835, bapt. at St. Nicholas', 
Nottingham, 15 November 1836; 
marr. at St. Matthew's, Nottingham 
(by the Rev. Canon Joshua William 
]3rooks. Vicar of St. Mary's, Notting- 
ham), on Thursday, 4 July 1861 ; 
died at Nottingham, in her 28th year, 
on Wednesday, 29 April, bur. in the 
family vault at the General Cemetery, 
Nottingham, 5 May 1863. M.I. 



{See Pedigree of Munk, page , 




Phyllis, born at 
West Lodge, Mans- 
field, on Saturday, 
22 December 1883, 
bapt. at Parliament 
Street Chapel, Not- 
tingham, 19 June 



Bernard Bradley, 
born at West Lodge, 
Mansfield, on Tues- 
day, 26 May, bapt. 
at Parliament Street 
Chapel, Notting- 
ham, 5 October 
1885. 



Edith Ellen, born 26 March, bapt. privately at i College 
Villas, Nottingham, 16 April 1862 ; marr. at St. Mat- 
thew's, Nottingham (by the Rev. Arthur Hamilton 
Baynes, assisted by the Rev. Thomas Boys Barraclough 
Ferris, the Vicar), on Thursday, 15 December 1887, 
Charles Couper Cripps of Denmark Hill, co. Surrey 
(4th son of Richard Cripps of Bristol, and of The 
Grove, Brishngton, co. Somerset, by Mary his wife, dau. 
of Richard Crew Stokes of Long Ashton, co. Somerset); 
born 24 June, and bapt. privately, baptism registered at 
St. Mary's, Redchffe, Bristol, 3 July 1854; of Durham 
University, M.R.C.S. Eng. 1877, M.B. and M.S. 1881, 
M.D. 1887; Surgeon (British National Aid Society) in 
Russo-Turkish War 1877-78, Knight of the Order of 
the Medjidie (5th-class). 

{See Pedigree of Cripps, Vol. 4, page ^4.) 
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George Bradley, born 
8 April, bapt. at St. 
Nicholas', Nottingham 
(by the Rev. W. J. 
Butler, the Rector), 
14 May 1837 ; died, 
aged 20, 30 Novem- 
ber, bur. in the family 
vault at the General 
Cemetery, Notting- 
ham, 4 December 
1857. M.I. 



Bernard Bradley, born 
at Park Street, Not- 
tingham 22 May 1838 
(registered by W. M. 
Kidd, Registrar, 22 
June 1838); died at 
Broxtowe House, The 
Park, Nottingham, 
aged 38, on Saturday, 
7 April, bur. in the 
General Cemetery, 
Nottingham, 11 April 
1877. M.I. Willdated 
28 March 1 87 7, proved 
at Nottingham 29 Au- 
gust 1877, by Micah 
Gedling Bradley of 
Mansfield, co. Not- 
tingham, John Bradley 
of Nottingham and 
Alfred Bradley of Not- 
tingham Park, the 
brothers, the Exors. 



Eleanor Jerram, born at Park Street, 
Nottingham, 30 January 1840 (regis- 
tered by W. M. Kidd, Registrar, 10 
March 1 840) ; marr. at St. James', 
Nottingham (by the Rev. Henry Bell), 
22 November 1865, John Henry Gill 
(son of John Gill of Nottingham, by 
Frances his wife) ; born in the parish 
of St. Mary's, Nottingham, about 9 
p.m. on Saturday, 26 March 1825, 
and bapt. in St. Mary's Vestry (by the 
Rev. Dr. Wilkins) on the Monday 
following ; died at 5 Park Terrace, 
Nottingham, aged 54, 23 April, 
bur. in the Church Cemetery, Not- 
tingham, 26 April 1879. Will dated 
6 February 1879, proved at Notting- 
ham 22 July 1879, by Micah Gedling 
Bradley of Mansfield, co. Nottingham, 
and Alfred Bradley of Nottingham, 
gent., and Henry Edward Thornton of 
Nottingham, the Exors. She died at 
the residence of her mother, Broxtowe 
House, The Park, Nottingham, aged 37, 
on Saturday, 3 February, and was bur. 
in the Church Cemetery, Nottingham, 
8 February 1877. Will dated 16 De- 
cember 1870, proved at Nottingham 
6 June 1877, by John Henry Gill of 
the town and county of Nottingham, 
and Micah Gedling Bradley of Mans- 
field, CO. Nottingham, and John 
Bradley of Nottingham, the brothers, 
the Exors. Probate being granted 
under certain limitations. 

As 



Charles Bradley, born at Park 
Street, Nottingham, 17 August 
1 84 1 (registered by W. M. Kidd, 
Registrar, 20 September 184 1); 
F.R.C.S., M.D. Lond.; died at 
3 Park Terrace, Nottingham, 
aged 51, on Monday, 31 Octo- 
ber, bur. in the General Ceme- 
tery, Nottingham, 2 November 
1892. M.I. Will dated 2 7 April 
1890, with codicil dated 7 June 
1890, proved at Nottingham 
24 December 1892, by Micah 
Gedling Bradley and John 
Bradley, gent., the brothers, the 
Exors. 



Edward Bradley, born at Park 
Street, Nottingham, 11 April 
1843 (registered by W. M. Kidd, 
Registrar, 10 May 1843); died 
at Melbourne, Australia, aged 
31, 30 August 1874, and bur. 
in Melbourne Cemetery. 



Alfred Bradley, born at Broxtowe 
House, The Park, Nottingham, 
6 July 1844 (registered by 
W. M. Kidd, Registrar, 16 
August 1844). 



83 



Frederick James^ 
Bradley born at 
Broxtowe House, 
The Park, Not- 
tingham, 15 De- 
cember 1845 ; 
J.P. for the City 
of Nottingham. 



■^^/^UtOe^. 



=Emily Margaret, 2nd 
dau. of William Pen- 
rose of Bryn Cerrigg, 
Swansea, co. Glamor- 
gan, by Catherine his 
wife, dau. of Richard 
Richards ; born at 
Swansea 1 3 June 
1847, and bapt. as an 
adult at Holy Trinity, 
Swansea ; marr. at 
St. James', Swansea 
(by the Rev. John 
George Gauntlett), on 
Thursday, 9 March 
1871. 



I I 
Herbert Bradley, born at Broxtowe House, The 
Park, Nottingham, 23 February 1848 (registered by 
W. M. Kidd, Registrar, 5 April 1848). 



Mary Ann Isabella, born at Broxtowe House, The 
Park, Nottingham, lo April 1850 (registered by 
W. M. Kidd, Registrar, 21 May 1850); marr. at New 
Lenton, co. Nottingham (by the Rev. George Browne, 
the Vicar), on Wednesday, 11 February 1874, Charles 
Alfred Maltby of The Hawkes, Sydenham, co. Kent 
(2nd son of Gilbert Maltby of The Park, Nottingham). 
She died at 87 Ridgmount Gardens, London, 26 
November, and was bur. in Brookwood Cemetery, 
CO. Surrey, 30 November 1897. Will dated 6 August 
1886, proved (Prin. Reg., 125, 98) 9 February 1898, 
by Frederick James Bradley, the brother, one of 
the Exors. =p 



Ernest Frederic Bradley, 
born 7 March, bapt. at 
Broadgate, Beeston, co. 
Nottingham (by the Rev. 
Alban Ragg), 16 April 
1872. 



Hubert Penrose Bradley, 
born 7 November 1874, 
bapt. at St. John's, 
Beeston (by the Rev. 
John Thomas Oldrini, 
the Vicar), 6 May 1875. 



Gladys Margaret, 
born 14 July, bapt. 
at St. John's, Bee- 
ston, 24 August 
1880. 



Carina Marion, born 
18 March, bapt. at 
St. John's, Beeston, 
21 May 1883. 





iBrme. 



William Orme of Streatham Common, co. Surrey (son of= 
William Orme of Tooting, co. Surrey, by Henrietta Scrivenor 
his wife); born 20 May 177 1; died at Old Swinford, co. 
Worcester, aged 67, 20 Jan., bur. there 29 Jan. 1838. Will 
dated 26 Aug. 1836, proved (P.C.C, 188 Nicholl) 22 March 
1838, by Mary Harper Orme, the relict, the sole Executrix. 



=Elizabeth Wilson of Streatham ; 
marr. by hcence at St. Leonard's, 
Streatham (by the Rev. Richard 
Bullock, the Rector), 22 June 1793 ; 
died 19 Nov., bur. at St. Saviour's, 
Southwark, co. Surrey, 26 Nov. 1825. 
ist wife. 



George Orme of Broadwater, co. Sussex ; born= 
18 Oct., bapt. at St. Saviour's, Southwark, 
28 Nov. 1797; died at South Farm, Broad- 
water, in his 71st year, on Friday, 20 Dec, bur. 
in the cemetery at Broadwater 27 Dec. 1867. 
M.I. Will dated 2 March 1865, with codicil 
dated 22 Oct. 1866, proved (Prin. Reg., 127, 
68) 13 Feb. 1868, by George Orme of Sutton, 
CO. Surrey, and William Orme of Worthing, 
CO. Sussex, the sons, two of the Exors. 



:Elizabeth Ann, dau. of James Peat of Clarges Other 
Street, Piccadilly, London ; born 15 Dec. issue. 
1804 ; marr. 29 Jan. 1825; died at her resi- 
dence, 13 Old Steine, Brighton, co. Sussex, 
aged 78, on Friday, 16 Nov., bur. in the cemetery at 
Broadwater 18 Nov. 1883. Will dated 19 Dec. 1878, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 54, 84) 30 Jan. 1884, by George 
Orme of The Manor House, Sutton, co. Surrey, 
and Henry Merton Orme of Lutwicke, Slinfold, 
Horsham, co. Sussex, the sons, two of the Exors. 

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George Orme of The Manor= 
House, Sutton, co. Surrey ; 
born at Blackfriars Road, 
London, 25 Nov. 1825 ; 
marr. at St. Mary's, Battersea, 
CO. Surrey (by the Rev. John 
Simon Jenkinson, the Vicar, 
assisted by the Rev. James 
Bond Orme), on Thursday, 
5 Jan. 1865, as his 2nd wife, 
Jane Wilson, eldest dau. of 
Charles Webb of Clapham 
Common, co. Surrey ; bom 
4 Nov. 1825. She died at 
The Manor House, Sutton, 
aged 56, on Wednesday, 15 
March, and was bur. in her 
father's family vault at Nor- 
wood Cemetery, co. Surrey, 
21 March 1882. M.L He 
died suddenly at The Manor 
House, Sutton, aged 69, on 
Wednesday, 23 Jan., and was 
bur. in St. Nicholas' Church- 
yard, Sutton, 26 Jan. 1895. 
Will dated 12 May 1890, with 
codicil dated 23 Nov. 1891, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 308, 95) 
25 March 1895, by William 
Bailey Hawkins, Charles 
Bridger Orme Clarke, and 
Grimble Vallentin, three of 
the Exors. 



.Emma, 2nd dau. 
of Harry Colvill 
Bridger of Buck- 
ingham House, 
Old Shoreham, 
CO. Sussex, J. P., 
by Sarah Louisa 
his wife, 3rd dau. 
of William Scrase 
of Withdean, co. 
Sussex ; bapt. at 
Old Shoreham 

12 May 1833 ; 
married there 26 
Marchi855;died 
at The Manor 
House, Sutton, 
in her 31st year, 
on Wednesday, 

1 3 May, bur. 
in St. Nicholas' 
Churchyard, Sut- 
ton, 19 May 1863. 
ist wife. 



Eliza Ann, born at Blackfriars Road, London, 1 7 
Aug. 1827; marr. at Merton, co. Surrey (by the 
Rev. William Edelmann), on Saturday, 9 March 
1850, Harry Bridger of Adur Lodge, Old Shoreham 
(eldest son of Harry Colvill Bridger of Buckingham 
House, Old Shoreham, J. P., by Sarah Louisa his 
wife, 3rd dau. of William Scrase of Withdean, co. 
Sussex); born at New Shoreham 27 June, bapt. at 
Old Shoreham 2 August 1828 ; J.P. for co. Sussex. 
She died, aged 61, 26 Feb., and was bur. at Old 
Shoreham 4 March 1889. He marr. 2ndly at St. 
James', Piccadilly, London, on Thursday, 14 Aug. 
1890, Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Anthony Hockley 
of Little Buckingham, Old Shoreham. 

I 
Maria, born at Tulse Hill, co. Surrey, 1 7 January 
1829. 

Harriet, born at Tulse Hill 13 June 1830; marr. at 
Broadwater (by the Rev. James Bond Orme, Rector 
of Angmering, co. Sussex, brother of the bride, 
assisted by the Rev. Harvey Brooks, Vicar of 
St. Stephen's, Westbourne Park, co. Middlesex) on 
Wednesday, 28 Oct. 1868, the Rev. Henry Webber 
Beverley of Langdon House, Surrey Road, Bourne- 
mouth, CO. Hants (youngest son of William Beverley 
of Islington, co. Middlesex, by EHza his wife); born 
at West Hackney, co. Middlesex, 16 May, bapt. 
there 16 June 1836; of Caius College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1862, M.A. 1867; Vicar of St. Bartholomew's, 
Chichester, co. Sussex, 1882-1900. y 

B 



Emma Louisa, born at 13 Taviton Street, Gordon Square, London, on Monday, 13 October 1856; marr. 
at St. Nicholas', Sutton (by the Rev. James Bond Orme, Rector of Angmering, co. Sussex, assisted 
by the Rev. Henry Webber Beverley, Vicar of St. Bartholomew's, Chichester, and the Rev. Henry 
Almack Spyers, uncles of the bride), 6 September 1880, William Bailey-Hawkins of Stagenhoe Park, 

Welwyn, co. Hertford. =f= 

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William Orme, born at Merton, co. Surrey,= 
22 October 1837, bapt. there 7 November 
1839; Captain Royal Sussex Light Infantry 
(Militia) ; died at his residence, 8 West- 
bourne Square, Hyde Park, London, on 
Sunday, 3 November, bur. at Angmering, 
CO. Sussex, 9 November 1872. Will dated 
I October 1872, proved (Prin. Reg., 121, 
73) 10 February 1873, by George Orme 
of Sutton, CO. Surrey, the brother, and 
William Henry Oliver of 6r Carey Street, 
Lincoln's Inn, London, two of the Exors. 



=Margaret Hester Deerbrook, 2nd dau. of Robert 
Moseley Thomas of Calcutta, India, by Henrietta 




his wife, dau. of Captain David Bryce of the 
Hon'''^ East India Co.'s Service, by Joanna his 
wife ; born at Calcutta 4 February 1843 > marr. at 
Glasgow on Monday, 16 April i860. 

(See Pedigree of Thomas, Vol. 6, page ^.f.) 



Ethel Deerbrook, born at 
Bognor, co. Sussex, on 
Tuesday, 5 February 1861, 
and bapt. at South Bersted, 
CO. Sussex. 



Amy Margaret, born at Bognor on Friday, 7 February 1862, and 
bapt. at South Bersted; marr. at St. Mary's, Balham, co. Surrey 
(by the Rev. Walter Francis Crewe), on Thursday, 28 August 
1890, Frank Fairlie Wilkinson (eldest son of John Fairhe 
Wilkinson); born at Grosvenor Road, London, 20 April 1864. 

T 

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Mary Elizabeth, bom at 13 Taviton 
Street, Gordon Square, London, on 
Wednesday, 14 July, bapt. at Old 
Shoreham, co. Sussex, 19 September 
1858 ; marr. at St. Nicholas', Sutton 
(by the Rev. James Bond Orme, 
Rector of Angmering, assisted by the 
Rev. Henry Webber Beverley, Vicar 
of St. Bartholomew's, Chichester, co. 
Sussex, and the Rev. Henry Almack 
Spyers, uncles of the bride, and the 
Rev. Herbert WilUam Turner, the 
Rector), on Wednesday, 14 September 
1887, Francis Gervase OUiver of 50 
Clarence Parade, Southsea, co. Hants 
(eldest surviving son of George Olliver 
of Kingston, co. Sussex, D.L. for co. 
Sussex, by Fanny his wife, dau. of 
John King of Marland Place, South- 
ampton) ; born at Kingston 20 March, 
bapt. at Ferring, co. Sussex, 24 April 
1851 ; entered the Royal Navy 1864 
(retired). y 



Florence Annette, born at 13 
Taviton Street, Gordon Square, 
London, on Tuesday, 2 1 February 
i860 ; marr. at St. Nicholas', 
Sutton (by the Rev. James Bond 
Orme, Rector of Angmering, uncle 
of the bride, assisted by the Rev. 
Herbert William Turner, the 
Rector), on Wednesday, 1 5 Jan- 
uary 1896, the Rev. Edward 
Bathurst Cotton (youngest son of 
Robert Roland Cotton of the 
Madras Civil Service, by Jessie 
Catherine Mackenzie his wife) ; 
born at Madura, Madras, India, 
14 December 1858, and bapt. 
there ; of Emmanuel College, 
Cambridge, matriculated 1877, 
B.A. 1880, M.A. 1884; Vicar of 
Crondall, co. Hants, since 1898. 



Agnes Cecilia, born 
at 6 Lansdowne 
Place, Brighton, co. 
Sussex, on Wednes- 
day, 10 July 1861 ; 
died at 13 Tavi- 
ton Street, Gordon 
Square, London, 
aged 6 months, 25 
January 1862, and 
bur. in the church- 
yard at St. Nicholas', 
Sutton. M.I. 



86 



Rev. James Bond Orme, born at Merton,= 
CO. Surrey, on Monday, 7 October, bapt. there 
7 November 1839 J of Brasenose College, 
Oxford, matriculated 18 March 1858, aged 18, 
B.A. 1862, M.A. 1864; a Student of the 
Inner Temple 1861 ; Rector of East and 
West Angmering, co. Sussex, since 1866. 



=Anne Mary, dau. of Laurence Smith of North 
House, Hurstpierpoint, co. Sussex ; bapt. at 
Hurstpierpoint 19 October 1843; marr. there 
(by the Rev. Carey Hampton Borrer, assisted 
by the Rev. Frank Pamell and the Rev. Robert 
Burton Leach) on Thursday, 15 October 1863. 



Kathleen, born at Hurstpierpoint on Wednesday, 14 September, 
bapt. there 7 October 1864 ; marr. at Angmering on Wednesday, 
5 September 1883, Reginald OUiver Warren (eldest son of 
Reginald Augustus Warren of Preston Place, co. Sussex, J.P, for 
CO. Sussex, by Ann Eliza his wife, dau. of William OUiver of 
Courtlands, co. Sussex); born at Weybridge, co. Surrey, 14 May, 
bapt. there 2 August 1854; educated at Winchester; Winner of the 
Queen's Prize, National Rifle Association, at Wimbledon, 1887. 

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George Lawrence Orme, 
born at Sutton, Pulborough, 
CO. Sussex, on Friday, 
5 January, bapt. there 4 
February 1866 ; of H.M. 
Office of Works, London. 



Margaret, born at Angmering i October, bapt. there 3 1 October 
1869; marr.at Angmering 24April 1894, Edward Gerald Penfold 
Wyatt of Rustington, co. Sussex (3rd son of the Rev. John 
Ingram Penfold Wyatt, Vicar of Hawley, co. Hants, by 
Harriet his wife, dau. of John Whitacre Tipping of Ardwick 
Hall, CO. Lancaster, and of Sandhurst, co. Berks) ; born at 
the Parsonage, Hawley, on Wednesday, 17 February, bapt. at 
Hawley 2 April 1869; educated at Winchester and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 3 June 1887, aged 18. 

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III X . 

Beatrice, born at Angmermg 
27 May, bapt. there 25 June 
1871. _ 

Marion, born at Angmering 14 
March, bapt. there 12 April 
1873- _ 

Agnes, born at Angmering 24 
June, bapt. there 17 August 
1880. 



Evelyn Hester, born at Worthing, co. Sussex, on Friday, 
9 March, bapt. at Broadwater, co. Sussex, 6 April 1866 ; marr. 
at the British Consulate, Alexandria, Egypt, and afterwards at 
St. Mark's, Alexandria, 12 July 1898, Lieut.-Colonel George 
Osborn Smith (son of George Roche Smith of Waterford, 
Surgeon in the Army, by Grace Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
Robert Hedges Maunsell of Plassy, co. Limerick, a Major in 
the Army) ; born at Youghal, co. Cork, 29 January 
1848, and bapt. there; entered the Array 13 July 1867, 
Lieut.-Colonel Royal Irish Fusiliers 12 August 1895, retired 
on full-pay 14 September 1898 ; served in the Egyptian 
Expedition 1884 in the Soudan, at the battles of El Teb and 
Tamai, and at relief of Tokar (mentioned in despatches, medal 
with clasp, bronze star, 4th-class Medjidie). 



William George Bryce Orme, 
born at 8 Westbourne Square, 
Hyde Park, London, on Mon- 
day, 16 January, bapt. at St. 
Stephen's, Bayswater, London, 
16 March 1871; educated at 
Lancing College and at 
University College, London ; 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Lond. 
1894 ; Principal Medical 
Officer Government Hospital, 
Port Said, Egypt, since 1898. 



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Henry Merton Orme of Claremont,=T=Elizabeth Henrietta, 3rd dau. of Charles Browning 



Sydenham Park Road, Sydenham, co. 
Kent ; born at Merton, co. Surrey, on 
Friday, 4 March, bapt. there 23 April 1842. 



of 4 Gloucester Place, Portman Square, London, 
by Fanny Ellen his wife, dau. of Peter Henry 
Berthon of Walthamstow, co. Essex; born at 34 
Wobum Square, London, on Friday, 7 September 
1849 ; marr. at St. Michael's, Chester Square, 
London (by the Rev. Charles James Hamilton), 
on Saturday, 24 November 1866. 



Mabel Agnes, born at 
Worthing, co. Sussex, 
on Wednesday, 2 
October, bapt. at 
Broadwater, co. Sus- 
sex, 30 October 1867. 



Charley Merton^ 
Orme, born at 
Worthing on 
Sunday, 31 July, 
bapt. at Broad- 
water 27 August 
1870 ; educated 
at St. Peter's 
College, Radley. 



=Agnes, 5th dau. of Thomas 
Edward Watkins of Brigh- 
ton, CO. Sussex, by Eliza his 
wife, dau. of John Payne; 
born at Brighton 5 May 
1866, and bapt. there; 
marr. at St. Saviour's, 
Eccleston Square, London, 
2 April 1896. 



Peter William Merton 
Orme, born at Lut- 
wicke, Slinfold, co. 
Sussex, on Thursday, 
9 July, bapt. at Slinfold 
6 August 1 89 1. 




Alice Mary, born at Merton in December 1843, bapt. there 19 January 1844; marr. 
at the parish church, Broadwater (by the Rev. Thomas Spyers, D.D., father of the 
bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. James Bond Orme, brother of the bride), on Tuesday, 
2 August 1864, the Rev. Henry Almack Spyers (2nd son of the Rev. Thomas Spyers, D.D., 
Head-Master of the Grammar School, Weybridge, co. Surrey) ; of Balliol College, Oxford, 
matriculated 19 October 1857, aged 18, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1864, B.D. 1873 ; Vicar of Purbrook, 
CO. Hants, since 1886. =j= 



J,/F.^K„^,^ 



CRANWORTH. 

Arms. — Sable, three leopards' faces jessant-de-lis or. 

Crest. — A goat argent, climbing a rock, therefrom 
sprouting sprigs of laurel proper. 

Supporters. — On either side a goat proper, gorged 
with a collar gemel or, and standing on a 
rock, also proper. 

Motto. — In arduis viget virtus. 



Crantoortl). 



Lieut. -Colonel Theophilus Thornhagh Gurdon of Letton,= 
CO. Norfolk, and of Grundisburgh, co. Suffolk (eldest 
son and heir of Brampton Gurdon of Letton and of 
Grundisburgh [who assumed by Royal Licence the name 
of Dillingham], by Mary his ist wife, dau. of Philip 
Bedingfeld of Ditchingham, co. Norfolk) ; born in 
The Close, Norwich, 24 August 1764, and bapt. there 
privately the same day; of Magdalen College, Oxford, 
matriculated 13 May 1782, aged 17; J.P. and D.L. for 
CO. Norfolk, High Sheriif 1824 ; Lieut. -Colonel of the 
West Norfolk Militia; resumed his patronymic in 1824; 
died at Letton, in his 85th year, on Tuesday, 13 March, 
bur. at Cranworth, co. Norfolk, 20 March 1849. Will 
dated 27 July 1835, with four codicils dated respectively 
3 July 1837, 7 July 1838, 27 April 1840 and 6 July 1842, 
proved (P.C.C, 360, 49) 18 May 1849, by Brampton 
Gurdon, the son, one of the Exors. Power reserved to 
Anne Gurdon, the relict, the other Exor. 



=Anne, only dau. of William Mellish 
of Blyth, CO. Nottingham, M.P., 
by Anne his wife, dau. of John 
Gore of Bushill, co. Middlesex ; 
born in 1770; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, London, 
25 July 1796 ; died at Gloucester 
Place, London, in her 8ist year, on 
Monday, 23 December, bur. at 
Cranworth 31 December 1850. Will 
dated 27 April 1849, with codicil 
dated 27 January 1850, proved 
(P.C.C, 199, 51) II March 1851, by 
John Gurdon-Rebow and William 
Gurdon, the sons, the Exors. 



Brampton Gurdon of Letton and of= 
Grundisburgh; born 25 September 1797; 
of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1819, M.A. 1822 ; J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Norfolk, High Sheriff 1855 ; elected 
M.P. for West Norfolk 30 March 1857 ; 
died at 38 Hill Street, Berkeley Square, 
Mayfair, London, in his 84th year, 28 
April, bur. at Cranworth 3 May 1881. 
Will dated 13 July 187 1, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 401, 81) 28 May 1881, by Robert 
Thornhagh Gurdon of Letton Hall, co 
Norfolk, the son, the surviving Exor. 



^Henrietta Susannah, eldest dau. of Nicholas William, 
ist Baron Colborne, of West Harling, co. Norfolk, 
by Charlotte his wife, eldest dau. of the Rt. Hon'''^ 
Thomas Steele, P.C, M.P. ; born in London in 
1809 ; marr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London (by the Rev. Henry Colborne Ridley), on 
Tuesday, 12 August 1828; died at 38 Hill Street, 
Berkeley Square, Mayfair, London, aged 70, on 
Friday, 28 May, bur. at Cranworth i June 1880. 
Admon (with will dated 26 November 1878) was 
granted (Prin. Reg., 598, 81) 11 August 1881, under 
certain specialities, to Robert Thornhagh Gurdon of 
Letton Hall, co. Norfolk, the son, the sole Exor. 



Amy Harriott, born at 22 Chesham Place, London, on Wednesday, 23 March, bapt. at Abbot's 
Leigh, CO. Somerset, 21 April 1864; marr. at St. Thomas', Portman Square, London (by the 
Hon'''^ and Rev. Francis Byng, uncle of the bride), on Tuesday, 19 August 1884, Lionel Charles 
Drummond (eldest son of Walter Drummond, by Isabella Mary his wife, ^au. of Lionel Charles 
Hervey) ; born at 8 Upper Seymour Street, Portman Square, London, on Monday, 9 May 
1853; died at 4Sa Chester Square, London, aged 37, on Thursday, 5 March, bur. at Great 
Marlow, co. Buckingham, 10 March 1891. Will dated 24 August 1888, proved (Prin. Reg., 
371, 91) 18 April 1891, by Amy Harriott Drummond of 45a Chester Square, co. Middlesex, 
the relict, the sole Executrix. She marr. 2ndly at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London (by the 
Rev. George Broke, cousin of the bride), on Wednesday, 17 April 1895, Alfred Bayley Ridley 
of Hollington House, Newbury, co. Berks (6th son of the Rev. Nicholas James Ridley of 
HoUington, M.A., by Frances his wife, dau. of John Touchet) ; born 14 December 1859 ; 
entered the Army as Ensign in the 4th (afterwards the King's Own Royal Lancaster) 
Regiment i May 1878, Lieutenant 17 April 1880, Captain ist Battalion 29 September 1886, 
(retired 29 September 1886); A.D.C. to Lord Houghton, Lieut. -General and General Governor 
of Ireland, i March to 17 August 1892, and again 3 October 1892; served in the Zulu 
War 1879 (medal with clasp) ; died s.p. in London on Saturday, 26 March, bur. at Woodhay, 
CO. Hants, on Thursday, 31 March 1898. Will dated 17 April 1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 610, 
98) 17 May 1898, by Amy Harriott Ridley, the relict, and Walter Colborne Ridley, the Exors. 



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Mary Martin, only child and heiress of= 
Lieut.-General Francis Rebow (formerly 
Slater) of \Vivenhoe Park, co. Essex, 
by Mary Hester his wife, eldest dau. 
and coheir of Isaac Martin Rebow of 
Wivenhoe Park ; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 28 July 1835; 
marr. istlyin 1824, Sir Thomas Ormsby, 
Bart, (younger son of Sir Charles 
Montague Ormsby, ist Bart., Barrister- 
at-Law, K.C. and M.P., by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of Thomas Kingsbury) ; 
born 26 May 1797; succeeded his 
brother, Sir James Ormsby, as 3rd 
Bart, in 1822 ; died s.p. at Cowes, Isle 
of Wight, aged 35, 9 August 1833. 
Memorial tablet on wall of the North 
nave of St. Mary's, Colchester, co. 
Essex. She resumed the name of 
Rebow by Royal Licence on the death 
of her mother in 1834; died in her 
38th year, 17 September, bur. in the 
family vault at St. Mary's, Colchester, 
23 September 1842. Memorial tablet 
on wall of the North nave of St. 
Mary's, Colchester, ist wife. 



=John Gurdon-Rebow, born= 
4 April 1799; elected M.P. 
for Colchester 24 February 
1857, High Sheriff for co. 
Essex; assumed by Royal 
Licence, dated 2 September 
1835, the name and arms of 
Rebow in addition to and 
after that of Gurdon ; died 
at Wivenhoe Park, aged 71, 
12 October, bur. in the ceme- 
tery at Colchester 19 October 
1870. Memorial tablet in the 
parish church at Wivenhoe. 
AdiSon (with will dated 23 
December 1845, and three 
codicils dated respectively 8 
December 1846, 24 October 
1865 and 31 May 1867) was 
granted (Prin. Reg., 49, 71) 
12 January 1871, to Hector 
John Gurdon-Rebow of 
Wivenhoe Park, co. Essex, the 
son, the residuary legatee. 



=Lady Georgina Isabella 
Eleanor, 5th dau. of 
Hector John, 2nd Earl 
of Norbury, by Elizabeth 
his wife, only child of 
William Brabazon of 
Brabazon Park, co. 
Mayo ; born 3 May 
1819 ; marr. at St. 
Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, 2 December 
1845 ; died, aged 80, 
23 January, bur. in 
the cemetery at Col- 
chester 26 January 1900* 
AdiSon was granted at 
the Principal Registry 
26 February 1900, to 
Hector John Gurdon- 
Rebow. 2nd wife. 



A\ 



{See Pedigree of Gurdon-Rebow, page 4.2.') 



Harriott Ellen, 6th dau. of= 
Sir William Miles of Leigh 
Court, CO. Somerset, ist 
Bart, M.P., by Catherine 
his wife, dau. of John 
Gordon ; born 1 8 March 
1836 ; marr. at Abbot's 
Leigh, CO. Somerset (by 
the Rt. Honi>'= and Rt. 
Rev. Robert John, Baron 
Auckland, D.D., Bishop of 
Bath and Wells, assisted by 
the Hon'''^ and Rev. James 
Walter Lascelles),onThurs- 
day, 4 Sept. 1862 ; died at 
2 2 Chesham Place, London, 
aged 28, on Saturday, 9 
April, bur. at Abbot's Leigh 
15 April 1864. ist wife. 



=Colonel Robert Thornhagh Gurdon,= 
Baron Cranworth of Letton and Cran- 
worth, CO. Norfolk; born at Gloucester 
Place, London, 18 June 1829; educated 
at Eton and at Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, Hon. M.A. 1852 ; J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Norfolk; M.P. for South 
Norfolk 1880-85, for Mid. Division of 
CO. Norfolk 1885-92, and April to July 
1895; Hon. Colonel (V.D.) 4th Volunteer 
Battalion Norfolk Regiment (command- 
ing 1872-88) ; Chairman of Quarter 
Sessions and of County Council; created 
Baron Cranworth of Letton and Cran- 
worth, CO. Norfolk, in the Peerage of 
the United Kingdom, 28 January 1899 ; 
patron of the livings of Cranworth with 
South Burgh and Letton, Hackford and 
Reymerston, co. Norfolk, and Culpho, 
CO. Suffolk. 



=Emily Frances, 3rd dau. 
of the Rev. Robert 
Boothby Heathcote of 
Friday Hill, Chingford, 
CO. Essex, Rector of 
Chingford Hill, by Eliza- 
beth Bridget his 2nd 
wife, dau. of William 
Wells of Holm Wood, 
CO. Huntingdon ; born 
in London ; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London (by the 
Rev. Canon Heathcote, 
uncle of the bride), on 
Tuesday, 28 July 1874. 
2nd wife. 



Bertram Robert Gurdon, born at 56 Green Street, 
Park Lane, London, on Thursday, 20 May 1875 ; 
died at 56 Green Street, Grosvenor Square, London, 
aged 38 days, on Sunday, 27 June, bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, London, 29 June 1875. 



Muriel Charlotte, born at 14 Hyde Park Square, 
London, on Tuesday, 18 April 1876. 

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Bertram Francis Gurdon, born at 9 
Oxford Square, Hyde Park, London, on 
Wednesday, 13 June 1877; educated at 
Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1899; D.L. for co. Norfolk; Lieu- 
tenant Norfolk Artillery (Prince of Wales' 
Own), Eastern Division R.A., 25 August 
1900, local Lieutenant in Army 8 April 
1901; served in South African War igoi. 



Rev. Philip Gurdon, born i8 June= 
1 800 ; of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1823, M.A. 1826; Rector of 
Cranworth-cum-Letton, South Burgh 
and Reymerston, co. Norfolk, 1832 
-74; J.P. for CO. Norfolk; died at 
the Rectory, Cranworth, aged 74, on 
Saturday, i Aug., bur. at Cranworth 
7 Aug. 1874. AVill dated 2 July 1866, 
proved at Norwich 9 Sept. 1874, by 
William Gurdon of Brantham Court, 
Brantham, co. Suffolk, the brother, 
and the Rev. Basil Beridge of 
Algarkirk, co. Lincoln, the brother- 
in-law, the Exors. 



^Henrietta Laura Pulteney, eldest dau. of John Pulteney 
of Northerwood House, co. Hants, by Elizabeth Evelyn 
his wife, eldest dau. of Sir Richard Sutton of Norwood 
Park, CO. Nottingham, ist Bart., one of the coheirs of 
Henrietta Laura Pulteney, Countess of Bath (died 1808); 
born 9 October 1804 ; marr. at Lyndhurst, co. Hants, 
3 July 1832 ; died at 47 Elm Park Gardens, London, 
aged 93, on Wednesday, 17 August, bur. at Cranworth 
on Monday, 22 August 1898. Will dated 21 August 
1882, with three codicils dated respectively 21 April 
1886, 23 November 1894 and 31 January 1896, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1235, 98) 10 November 1898, by Robert 
Thornhagh Gurdon and the Rev. Arthur Wykeham 
Pulteney, the Exors. 



D 



Major-General Evelyn Pulteney Gurdon, born at the residence of Jo 
Pulteney at Northerwood House, Lyndhurst, on Tuesday, 4 June, bapt. at 
Lyndhurst in July 1833; entered the Army as Ensign 20 January 1852, 
Lieutenant 23 November 1856, Captain 20 January 1864, Major 20 January 
1872, Lieut.-Colonel 20 January 1878, Brevet-Colonel 20 January 1882, 
Major-General 10 December r892 ; of the Indian Staff Corps (unemployed 
supernumerary list); served in the Indian Mutiny 1857, present at Nimbehera, 
Jeerun, and at siege of Neemuch in November 1857 (mentioned in despatches 
for service in siege, medal), in North- West Provinces, India, Military Police 
r858-6o; Assistant Commissioner Punjab, India, r86o; Political Superin- 
tendent of Raja of Myhere's State in Central India during niinority of 
the Raja 1863-65, and received the acknowledgments of the Viceroy and 
Governor-General of India and Secretary of State for India (Sir Charles 
Wood, M.P.) for work in Myhere State; Judge, Deputy Commissioner, and 
Commissioner Small Cause Court Judge in Punjab 1875-84, J.P. in the 
Punjab, Divisional and Sessions Judge (rst Grade) 1884 to 1889-90, when 
he retired from civil employ after 30 years service in the Punjab. 



hn=j=Mary Jane, 3rd 
dau. of Major- 
General Robert 
Turnbull San- 
deman of Perth, 
of the Bengal 
Army, by his wife, 
Jane Barclay of 
London ; born 
at Mussooree, 
North-West Pro- 
vinces, India, 12 
September 1840; 
marr. at Jul- 
lunder, Punjab, 
on Monday, 9 
August 1858. 




^Ai.f^^pf'*^^*^^^ 



Charlotte, born at Gloucester Place, London, 6 September, bapt. at St. Mary's, Bryanston 
Square, London, 6 October 1830; marr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, London (by the 
Rev. Philip Gurdon), on Tuesday, 8 May i860, Horace Broke of Gladwyns, co. Essex (only 
child of Major-General Horatio George Broke, by Frederica Sophia his wife, dau. of James 
Mure of Cecil Lodge, co. Hertford); born at 33 Great George Street, Westminster, 26 September 
1827, and bapt. at St. Margaret's, Westminster; educated at Eton and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 15 May 1845, aged 17, B.A. 1849, M.A. 1853; of the Inner Temple 
1848, Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 17 November 1853; J.P. for co. Essex. She died at 
4 Bolton Row, Mayfair, London, aged 37, on Saturday, 11 January, and was bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, London, 17 January 1868. He marr. 2ndly at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London (by the Rev. Edward Balston, D.D., Vicar of Bakewell, co. Derby), on Saturday, 
23 April 1870, Georgina Marianne, eldest dau. of Sir Richard Mayne, K.C.B., Chief 
Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, by Georgina his wife, dau. of Thomas Carvick; 
born II February 1839. »=f= 



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-j 

Anne, bom 7 September 1802 ; marr. at the parish church, Marylebone, London, 6 April 1825, 
the Honi"'* Henry Wodehouse (2nd son of John, 2nd Baron Wodehouse, by Charlotte Laura 
his wife, only dau. and heiress of John Norris of Witton Park and Witchingham, co. Norfolk) ; 
born 19 March 1799; died at his residence, Montagu Square, London, aged 35, on Tuesday, 
29 April, bur. at Kimberley, co. Norfolk, 6 May 1834. Admon (with will dated 23 April 
1834) was granted (P.C.C, 440 Teignmouth) i July 1834, to Anne Wodehouse, the relict. 
She died at 24 Upper Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, London, in her 78th year, on Wednesday, 
14 January, and was bur. at Kimberley 21 January 1880. Will dated 7 February 1878, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 209, 80) 9 February 1880, by the Rt. Hon'''= John, Earl of Kimberley of Kimberley 
House, Wymondham, co. Norfolk, the son, the sole Exor. 

I 



Emily Laura, bom 14 Henrietta Laura, born Isabella Katherine, born Fanny, born 19 
August, bapt. at Cran- 28 July, bapt. at Cran- 7 October 1837, bapt. at September, bapt. at 
worth, CO. Norfolk, 30 worth 6 September Cranworth 10 September Cran worth 5 No- 
December 1835. 1836. 1838. vember 1838. 



Apsley Pulteney Gurdon, 
born at Meerut, North 
West Provinces, India, 
13 August, bapt. there 
12 September 1859; died 
10 April, bur. at Lahore, 
Punjab, India, 11 April 
1862. 



Philip Richard Thornhagh Gurdon, born at= 
Murree, Punjab, on Tuesday, 3 February, 
bapt. there 10 February 1863 ; educated at 
Charterhouse and at the Royal Military 
College, Sandhurst ; entered the Army as 
Lieutenant Devonshire Regiment 9 Sep- 
tember 1882, Major Indian Staff Corps; 
Deputy Commissioner in Assam (Ganhdtd), 
India; M.R.A.S. 



=Ada Elizabeth, dau. 
of J. Macnaught, Cap- 
tain Indian Medical 
Department ; born in 
October 1870; marr. 
at Nowgong, Assam, 
16 July 1889. 



Mary Evelyn, born 
17 October 1890. 



Norman Philip Gurdon, 
born 5 November 1892. 



Charles William Gurdon, born at 
Shillong, Assam, 12 September 1900. 



Amy Louisa, bom 
at Gloucester Place, 
London, 14 March, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Bryanston Square, 
London, 2 1 April 
1833; died unmar- 
ried at Hill Street, 
Berkeley Square, 
London, aged 30, on 
Saturday, 6 February, 
bur. at Cranworth 
13 February 1864. 



Sir William Brampton Gurdon of= 
Assington Hall, co. Suffolk, 
K.C.M.G., C.B. ; born at Glou- 
cester Place, London, 5 September, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Bryanston 
Square, London, 7 October 1840; 
educated at Eton and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1863 ; 
appointed to the Treasury 1863, 
Private Secretary to the Chancellor 
of the Exchequer, the Rt. Honi'i^ 
William Ewart Gladstone, 1865-66, 
First Lord of the Treasury 1868-74, 
attached to the Royal Commission 
for the settlement of affairs of the 
Transvaal, South Africa, 1881 ; 
J.P. for CO. Suffolk, and County 
Councillor for East Suffolk ; M.P. 
for North Norfolk since 1899. 



=Lady Eveline Camilla, 2nd dau. of 
Isaac Newton, sth Earl of Ports- 
mouth, by Lady Eveline Alicia 
Juliana his wife, only dau. of Henry 
John George, 3rd Earl of Carnarvon; 
born at Hurstbourne Park, co. Hants, 
on Saturday, 24 July 1858; marr. 
at Wembworthy, co. Devon (by the 
Rev. Arthur Welsh Owen, the 
Rector), on Thursday, 20 September 
1888 ; died s.p. at Grundisburgh, 
aged 36, on Thursday, 13 September, 
bur. there on Sunday, 16 September 
1894. Will dated 12 September 
1894, proved (Prin. Reg., 1009, 94) 
24 October 1894, by her brother, 
the Hon'''^ Robert Gerard Valoynes 
Wallop, probate having been re- 
nounced by the testatrix's husband, 
also named as Executor in the will. 



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William Gurdon of Brantham Court, co. Suffolk ; of Downing College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1826, M.A. 1829; Recorder of Bury St. Edmunds and County Court Judge for the 
county of Essex ; died unmarried at Brantham Court, aged 80, on Sunday, 1 2 October, bur. at 
Brantham 17 October 1884. Will dated 25 April 1873, with codicil dated 18 February 1880, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 855, 84) 18 November 1884, by Robert Thomhagh Gurdon of Letton Hall, 
CO. Norfolk, and of Grundisburgh, co. Suffolk, and Sir William Brampton Gurdon of The 
Treasury, Whitehall, co. Middlesex, K.C.M.G., C.B., the nephews, the Exors. 



Bertrand Evelyn Mellish Gurdon, 
CLE., D.S.O.; born at Simla, 
Punjab, India, on Monday, 
2 September 1867, and bapt. 
there; educated at Haileybury 
and at the Royal Military 
College, Sandhurst ; entered the 
Army as Lieutenant in Man- 
chester Regiment 25 August 
1886, Lieutenant Indian Staff 
Corps 19 January 1888, Captain 
25 August 1897; of the Indian 
Political Service 1889, Acting 
Assistant (ist class) Political 
Agent at Chitral 1895 ; served 
in the siege of Chitral 1895 
(mentioned in despatches), 
nominated D.S.O. 16 July 1895, 
CLE. 26 May 1900; Officiating 
Political Agent (3rd grade) in 
June 1902, and Political Officer 
at Chitral: M.R.G.S. 



Evelyn Alice, born at 44 
Kensington Park Gardens, 
London, 4 August 1870, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Netting Hill, 
London, 22 February 1871; 
marr. at St. Peter's, Cranley 
Gardens, South Kensington, 
London, on Tuesday, 14 Sep- 
tember 1897, Norman Leshe 
Hallward (eldest son of the 
Rev. John Leslie Hallward, 
Rector of Gilston, CO. Hertford, 
by Martha Clementina his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. Robert Govett, 
Vicar of Staines, co. Middlesex, 
by Sarah his wife, dau. and co- 
heiress of the Rev. William 
Romaine, D.D., of Castle Hill, 
CO. Berks); bom 3 March 1859; 
educated at Haileybury and at 
King's College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1881, M.A. 1889; of the 
Indian Educational Service, 
Bengal, India. =j= 



Rev. Basil Pulteney Gurdon 
bom at Ludianah, Punjab, 
4 December 1874, bapt. there 
9 January 1875 ; educated at 
Haileybury 'and at Keble 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
October 1894, B.A. 1897, 
M.A. 1901 ; Curate of St. 
Mary's, Reading, co. Berks, 
since 22 December 1901. 



Grenville Pulteney Gurdon, 
born at Worthing, co. Sussex, 
30 August, bapt. there 28 
November 1878; educated at 
Haileybury and at the Royal 
Military College, Sandhurst; 
Lieutenant Indian StaffCorps 
(32nd Regiment Punjab 
Pioneers) January 1898. 



Alice Sophia, bom at the Rectory, Cranworth, co. Norfolk, 
6 November, bapt. there 19 November 1839 ; marr. at Murree, 
Punjab, 16 October 1862, Henry Hutton (son of the Rev. Henry 
Hutton of Calcutta, India, by Clarissa Madden his wife) ; born 
at Dum Dum, India, 4 September 1837 ; B.A. of Jesus College, 
Cambridge; died s.p. 31 March 1867, and bur. at Hurree- 
pore, Punjab. She marr. 2ndly at Biarritz, France, 8 May 
1886, John Lauriston Kneller; born 29 March 1817 ; died s.p. at 
4 Clyde Road, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, in his 78th year, 
on Thursday, 21 February 1895, and bur. at Ore, co. Sussex. 
AdiBon was granted at the Principal Registry 22 May 1895, 'o 
Godfrey Thomas Charles Kneller, Colonel in H.M. Army Pay 
Department. 



Captain Thornhagh Philip 
Gurdon, R.N. ; bom at 
the Rectory, Cranworth, 
6 November 1842, bapt. 
at Cranworth 8 January 
1843 ; of the Royal Navy, 
retired 1871; served with 
distinction in China War 
1858-59, and at Formosa 
1869-70. 



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Mary Wilhelmina Frederica,= 
dau. of William Frere, Ser- 
jeant-at-Law and Master of 
Downing College, Cambridge, 
by Mary his wife, only dau. of 
Brampton Gurdon of Letton, 
CO. Norfolk, by Mary his 2nd 
wife, dau. of Samuel Howard 
of Brockdish, co. Norfolk ; 
born 22 June 1820; marr. at 
Balsham, co. Cambridge (by 
the Rev. Temple Frere, Canon 
of Westminster), on Tuesday, 
20 October 1846; died at the 
Rectory, Barnham Broom, co. 
Norfolk, in her 31st year, on 
Wednesday, 13 November, 
bur. at Barnham Broom 18 
November 1850. ist wife. 



=Rev. Edward Gurdon, born 26= 
February 181 2; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1835, M.A. 1838; 
Rector of Barnham Broom and Vicar 
of Kimberley, co. Norfolk, 1848, and 
Rector of Hingham, co. Norfolk, 
1870, Rural Dean of Hingham 
(Forehoe Division) ; J. P. for co. 
Norfolk ; died at the Rectory, 
Hingham, aged 61, on Thursday, 
31 July, bur. at Barnham Broom 
6 August 1873. Will dated 2 Feb- 
ruary 1873, proved at Norwich 
18 September 1873, by Catherine 
Margaret Temple Gurdon of Hing- 
ham, CO. Norfolk, the relict, and 
William Gurdon of Brantham 
Court, Manningtree, co. Essex, the 
brother, the Exors. 



Catherine Margaret Temple, 
eldest dau. of the Rev. Temple 
Frere, Rector of Roydon, co. 
Norfolk, Canon of Westminster, 
and Chaplain of the House of 
Commons, by Jane his wife, 
eldest dau. of Sir Richard 
Richards, Lord Chief Baron ; 
born 23 September 1823 ; marr. 
at Roydon on Tuesday, 23 Au- 
gust 1853; died at Hingham, 
aged 68, on Wednesday, 9 March, 
bur. at Barnham Broom 1 2 March 
1892. Will dated 4 October 
1884, with codicil dated 27 July 
1888, proved (Prinj Reg., 295, 
92) 30 March 1892, by Edward 
Temple Gurdon and Charles 
Gurdon, the Exors. 2nd wife. 



Edward Temple Gurdon, 
born at the Rectory, 
Barnham Broom, on 
Sunday, 25 June, bapt. at 
Barnham Broom 30 July 
1854; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1878. 



Charles Gurdon, born at the 
Rectory, Barnham Broom, on 
Monday, 3 December 1855, 
bapt. at Barnham Broom 6 
January 1856; of Jesus College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1878. 



Anne Frederica, 
born at the Rectory, 
Barnham Broom, on 
Monday, 16 March, 
bapt. at Barnham 
Broom 12 April 
1857- 



Mary Catherine 
Jane, born at the 
Rectory, Barnham 
Broom, on Sunday, 
22 May, bapt. at 
Barnham Broom 
26 June 1859. 



Rev. Francis Gurdon, born at= 
the Rectory, Barnham Broom, 
on Thursday, 11 April, bapt. at 
Barnham Broom 9 May 1861 ; 
of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated 1880, B.A. 1883, 
M.A. 1888 ; Rector of Lime- 
house, CO. Middlesex, since 1894. 



^Florence, youngest dau. of the Rev. Sir John Leigh Hoskyns 
of Harewood End, co. Hereford, 9th Bart., M.A., Rector of 
Aston Tyrrold, co. Berks, Rural Dean and Hon. Canon of 
Christ Church, Oxford, J. P. for co. Berks, by Phyllis Emma his 
wife, dau. of Sir John Strutt Peyton, K.C.H. ; born 7 January 
1861; marr. at Aston Tyrrold (by the Rev. Edward Hoskyns, 
Rector of Stepney, co Middlesex, assisted by the Rev. Walter 
Frere, cousin of the bridegroom), on Tuesday, 30 May 1893. 



Gladys Mary, born at the Rectory, Limehouse, 
on Thursday, 21 February, bapt. at the parish 
church, Limehouse, 27 March 1895. 



Edward Temple Leigh Gurdon, born at the Rectory, 
Limehouse, on Tuesday, 20 October, bapt. at the 
parish church, Limehouse, 26 November 1896. 



Blanche Judith, bom at Cranworth, co. Norfolk, 23 September, bapt. there 
lo^November 1845; marr. at Cranworth (by the Rev. Prebendary Basil Beridge, 
uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. William Duncombe) on Wednesday, 
25 June 1873 (her ist cousin). Hector John Gurdon-Rebow of Wivenhoe Park, 
CO. Essex (only son of John Gurdon-Rebow of Wivenhoe Park, M.P. for Colchester, 
by Lady Georgina Isabella Eleanor his wife, 5th dau. of Hector John, 2nd Earl of 
Norbury); born at Cumberland Place, London, on Friday, 11 September 1846, 
and bapt. at St. Peter's, Wivenhoe; of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1869; 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Essex, High Sheriff 1882, J.P. for co. Cambridge; formerly 
of the Essex Rifle MiHtia, and Cornet and Sub-Lieutenant 2nd Life Guards; 
Mayor of Colchester 1884-85. 



A 
(See Pedigree of Gurdon-Rebow, page 43.) 

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Edith Annie, 
born at Cran- 
worth 30 April, 
bapt. there 26 
May 1849. 



/'^^'"^^^^'^^^'^^^ 



Slojli of €\om iipcfjan, to. ifKlertonetl). 



Arms. — Or, a lion rampant azure, a crescent for 

difference. 
Crest. — On a cap of maintenance a wyvern vert. 
Motto. — Duw ar fy rhan. 



Rev. Robert Watkin Lloyd (3rd and only surviving son of the Rev.= 
John Lloyd, Rector of Caerwys, co. Flint, by Martha his wife, dau. and 
coheiress of Francis Williams, a Commissioner in the Inland Revenue); 
born at Caerwys 10 November, bapt. there privately 14 November 1783; 
Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1804, M.A. 1807; 
Vicar of Wilnecote and Incumbent of Wigginton, co. Stafford, for 
42 years; died at Wilnecote, aged 77, on Wednesday, 12 December, 
bur. there 18 December i860. Mural tablet in the church at 
Wilnecote, and memorial window in the North transept of the church 
at Tam worth. Will dated 19 October 1857, proved (Prin. Reg., 103, 
61) 15 February 1861, by the Rev. Francis Llewelyn Lloyd of 
Aldworth, near Reading, co. Berks, and Edward Lloyd of Aberpergwm, 
Neath, co. Glamorgan, the sons, and the Rev. Edward Blick of 
Rotherhithe, co. Surrey, the Exors. 



Ai.^.A. 




=Anne, dau. of the Rev. 
Francis Blick, Vicar of 
Tamworth, co. Stafford, 
and Prebendary of Lich- 
field (^Portrait in the 
Town Hall at Tam- 
wortH), by Anne his wife, 
eldest dau. of William 
Buswell; bom 17 Feb- 
ruary 1780; marr. at 
Tamworth 10 February 
181 2; died at Wilnecote, 
aged 68, 10 December, 
bur. there 15 December 
1848. Memorial window 
in the North transept of 
the church at Tamworth. 



Catherine, born at Wilnecote 18 May, bapt. there i July 18 14; 
marr. at Wilnecote (by the Rev. Francis Llewelyn Lloyd) on 
Thursday, 21 September 1854, as his 2nd wife, the Rev. Henry 
Vere Hodge (eldest son of the Rev. John Davy Hodge of 
Chard, co. Somerset) ; born 4 March 1 804 ; of Exeter College, 
Oxford, matriculated 20 May 1822, aged 18, B.A. 1826, M.A. 
1828 ; Vicar of Middleton, co. Warwick, for 48 years ; marr. istly 
at Fillingham, co. Lincoln, 6 April 1831, Elizabeth Dalton, who 
died 14 July, and was bur. at Middleton 18 July 1848. He died 
at Middleton, in his 8ist year, on Christmas Day, Thursday, 
25 December, and was bur. there 31 December 1884. Will 
dated 16 September 1882, with codicil of same date, proved 
at Birmingham 25 March 1885, by the Rev. Charles Francis 
Dalton Hodge of Esh Vicarage, co. Durham, and the Rev. Edward 
Vere Hodge of the School House, Oakham, co. Rutland, the 
sons, two of the Exors. She died at Middleton 2 1 April, and was 
bur. there 24 April 1901. Will dated 21 August 1900, proved at 
Birmingham 20 May 1901, by the Rev. Robert Vere Hodge, her 
elder son, and William Fitzroy Neilson, the son-in-law, two of the 
Exors. =1= 



Martha, born at Wilnecote 
9 January, bapt. there 
31 January i8r6; died 
unmarried at Aldworth, co. 
Berks, aged 63, 10 Jan- 
uary, bur. there 16 January 
1879. M.L Will dated 1 1 
November 1876, proved at 
St. Asaph 3 February 
1879, by the Rev. Francis 
Llewelyn Lloyd of Aid- 
worth Vicarage, near 
Reading, co. Berks, and 
Edward Lloyd of Tyn 
Rhyl, Rhyl, co. Fhnt, the 
brothers, two of the Exors. 



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Rev. Francis Llewelyn Lloyd of Tyn Rhyl, Rhyl, co. Flint ; born at= 
Wilnecote, co. Stafford, 19 October, bapt. there 12 November 1818; 
one of the Senior Fellows of St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1840, M.A. 1843, B.D. 1850; Vicar of Aldworth, co. Berks, for nearly 
30 years; died suddenly at Aldworth on Monday, 20 August, bur. 
there 23 August 1888. Brass in the church at Aldworth and memorial 
window in the church at Yattendon, co. Berks. Will dated 28 January 
1884, proved (Prin. Reg., 896, 88) i October 1888, by Llewelyn Lloyd 
of Tyn Rhyl, Rhyl, co. Flint, and Henry Meyric Lloyd of Aldworth, 
CO. Berks, gent., the sons, the Exors. 



y. y:i^^.^eyf -S^^C^ 



=Jessy, eldest dau. of 
Henry Harding of the 
West Indian Civil 
Service, by Jessy his 
wife, 2nd dau. of Peter 
Thomas Huggins ; 
born at Nevis, West 
Indies, in 1836; marr. 
at Tamworth (by the 
Rev. Henry Vere 
Hodge) on Thursday, 
10 February 1859 ; 
died at Aldworth, 
aged 29, 28 January, 
bur. there 2 February 
1864. M.L 



Llewelyn Lloyd of Blandford= 
Lodge, Chiswick, co. Middle- 
sex ; born at Aldworth 28 
January, bapt. there i April 
i860; of St. John's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1881, M.A. 
1887; J.P. for CO. Flint 1886. 



=Annie Gertrude, 2nd surviving dau. of Richardson Andrew of 
Prestbury Hall, co. Chester, by Anne bis wife, 3rd dau. of James 
Taylor of Brookdale, Newton Heath, co. Lancaster; born at 
Prestbury 7 September, bapt. there 5 November 1863 ; marr. at 
Bucklebury, co. Berks (by the Rt. Rev. James Atlay, D.D,, 
Bishop of Hereford, assisted by the Rev. Thomas William Watts, 
the Vicar, step-father of the bride, and the Rev. Francis Llewelyn 
Lloyd, B.D., father of the bridegroom, and the Rev. Henry 
Nele Loring), on Tuesday, 7 October 1884. 



! I 

Ruby Angharad Gertrude, 
born at Tyn Rhyl, Rhyl, 
on Thursday, 5 November, 
bapt. at Aldworth 21 De- 
cember 1885. 



Guy Ynyr Llewelyn Lloyd, 
bom at Tyn Rhyl, Rhyl, 
on Tuesday, 1 2 April, bapt. 
at Aldworth 11 June 1887. 



Irene Clare Angharad, 
born at Tyn Rhyl, Rhyl, 
on Monday, 3 December 
1888, bapt. at Rhyl 10 
January 1889. 



Phyllis Gwenllian Angharad, 
born at Tyn Rhyl, Rhyl, 
10 March, bapt. at Rhyl 
25 April 1890. 



Rosamund Angharad Kathleen, born 
at Rhyl 3 February, bapt. at Christ 
Church, Forest Hill, co. Kent, 11 
March 1893. 



Sibyl Helen Angharad, born at Rhyl 
14 July, bapt. at Dewsall, co. Here- 
ford, II August 1895. 



David Rhys Cadwgan Lloyd, born at 
Tendring, co. Essex, 20 January, 
bapt. there 21 March 1897. 



Henry Meyric Lloyd, 
born at Aldworth 22 
January, bapt. there 
3 April 1 86 1. 



Edward Cadwgan Lloyd, born at Robert Walter Lloyd, born at 

Aldworth 28 February, bapt. there Aldworth 27 May, bapt. there 29 

23 April 1862 ; died s.p., aged 19, June 1863 ; died at Tyn Rhyl, 

I July, bur. at Aldworth 5 July Rhyl, 10 July, bur. at Rhyl 13 

1881. M.L July 1868. M.L 



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Edward Lloyd of Tyn Rhyl, Rhyl,^ 
CO. Flint; born at Wilnecote, co. 
Stafford, 14 May, bapt. there 5 July 
1820; educated at Guy's Hospital, 
M.D., L.R.C.P. ; received the 
Albert Medal for services at a 
mining disaster in South Wales ; 
died at Tyn Rhyl, Rhyl, aged 62, 
on Monday, 11 December, bur. at 
Rhyl 14 December 1882. Mural 
brass in Holy Trinity, Rhyl. 
Adfiion was granted at St. Asaph 14 
April 1883, to Rosamund Angharad 
Greaves (wife of Edward Seymour 
Greaves) of Barford, co. Warwick, 
the daughter and only next of kin. 



=Matilda Susannah, only dau. and 
heiress of Lieut. -Colonel Edward 
Smyth of Castella, co. Glamorgan, 
by his wife, Rosamond Matilda 
Bushe of Burcot, co. Oxford ; born 
17 February 1818 ; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, London 
(by the Rev. Francis Llewelyn Lloyd, 
B.D., Senior Fellow of St. John's 
College, Cambridge), on Thursday, 
17 September 1857 ; marr. istly 
William Williams of Aberpergwm, 
CO. Glamorgan, who died, aged 
67, 17 March, and was bur. at 
Aberpergwm 21 March 1855. 



Henry Blick Lloyd, 
bom at Wilnecote 
9 April, bapt. there 
20 May 1824 ; 
accidentally shot 
himself in the 
garden of his 
father's house at 
Wilnecote, aged 1 7, 
and bur. at Wilne- 
cote 1 January 
1842. 



Rosamond Angharad, born at Aberpergwm 29 May, bapt. at Glyn Neath, co. 
Glamorgan 18 September i860; marr. at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London (by 
the Rev. Francis Llewelyn Lloyd, B.D., Vicar of Aldworth, co. Berks, and the 
Rev. Septimus Cox Holmes Hansard, Vicar of Bethnal Green, co. Middlesex), 
on Tuesday (St. David's Day), i March 1881, Edward Seymour Greaves of 
Watchbury, co. Warwick, and of Glen Etive, co. Argyll (2nd son of John 
Whitehead Greaves of Bericote House, co. Warwick, J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Warwick, High Sheriff i860, by Ellen his wife, dau. of Gill Stedman of The 
Manor House, Pakenham, co. Suffolk) ; of Worcester College, Oxford, matriculated 
18 October 1869, aged 20; J.P. for the counties of Carnarvon and Warwick. 



I 




JEarrtott of CotesbatJ), co. Seicester. 



Arms. — Argent, three bars azure, on a canton sable 
a fleur-de-lis of the first, Marriott; 
quartering, Vert, a. cross raguly between 
four leopards' feces or. Stow. 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet or, a ram's head proper. 

Motto. — Sursum. 



Rev. Robert Marriott (eldest son of the Rev. Robert Marriott,: 
LL.D., Rector of Cotesbach, co. Leicester, by Elizabeth his wife, 
only child and heir of George Stow of Walthamstow, co. Essex) ; 
bom 29 July, bapt. at Cotesbach 30 August 1774; of Brasenose 
College, Oxford, matriculated 14 December 1792, aged 18, B.A. 
1796, M.A. 1799; Rector of Cotesbach; marr. istly 8 July 
1802, Judith Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Harris of Rugby, co. 
Warwick ; died s.p. at Sidmouth, co. Devon, i October, bur. at 
Cotesbach 13 October 1807. He died at Leamington, co. 
Warwick, aged 67, 5 October, and was bur. at Cotesbach 
12 October 1841. Will dated 2 April 1836, proved (P.C.C, 
693, 41) 26 October 1841, by Charles Powell and Thomas Baden 
Powell, the younger, the Exors. 



=Anne, younger dau. of James 
Powell of Clapton, co. Mid- 
dlesex, and of Wattisfield, co. 
Suffolk, by Anne his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. Thomas 
Cornthwaite, Rector of 
Hackney, co. Middlesex ; 
bom 20 February 1782 ; 
marr. at Hackney 2 May 
1809 ; died at Hastings, co. 
Sussex, aged 57, 14 March, 
bur. at Cotesbach 21 March 
1840. 2nd wife. 



Anne, bom 6 April 1810; died 8 January, and bur. at Cotesbach 10 
January 1832. 



Caroline, born at the Rectory, Cotesbach, 10 November 1815, and bapt. 
there privately; marr. at Cotesbach 13 September 1836, the Rev. John 
David Watson, her 2nd cousin (son of the Rev. John James Watson, 
Rector of Hackney, by Caroline his wife, dau. of David Powell of 
Hackney) ; bom at the Rectory, Hackney, 3 November, bapt. there 
privately 30 November 1804; of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1827, 
M.A. 1836 ; Vicar of Guilsborough, co. Northampton; died at Guilsborough, 
aged 59, 12 January, bur. there 19 January 1864. Will dated 29 June 
1863, with three codicils dated respectively 22 December 1863, 26 December 
1863, and 28 December 1863, proved at Northampton 18 February 1864, 
by the Rev. John Sikes Watson of Guilsborough, co. Northampton, the 
son, the Rev. James Powell Marriott of Cotesbach, co. Leicester, Charles 
Britten of the town and county of Northampton, gent., and Susanna Judith 
Watson of Guilsborough, spinster, the daughter, the Exors. She died at 
Eastbourne, co. Sussex, aged 42, 28 August, and was bur. at Guilsborough 
5 September 1857. =j= 



Robert Marriott, 
bom 2 7 July, 
bapt. at Cotes- 
bach 25 Septem- 
ber 181 7; died 
1 5 February, bur. 
at Cotesbach 21 
February 1829. 



Rev. James Powell Goulton-Constable= 
of Cotesbach, co. Leicester, and of 
Walcot, CO. Lincoln; born 21 July 
1819 ; of Balliol College, Oxford, 
matriculated 28 March 1838, aged 18, 
B.A. 1 84 1, M.A. 1847 ; Rector of 
Cotesbach 1844 until his death; J. P. 
for CO. Leicester ; assumed by Royal 
Licence dated 10 December 1865, the 
surname and arms of Goulton-Constable 
in lieu of that of Marriott, in conformity 
with the will of Lady Strickland ; died 
at Hildenley, co. York, aged 52, on 
Tuesday, 10 October, bur. at Cotesbach 
14 October 187 1. Will dated 15 April 
1868, with codicil dated 11 July 1871, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 710, 71) 13 Novem- 
ber 187 1, by the Rev. John Sikes 
Watson of Canterbury, co. Kent, and 
Henry Stevens of Bradfield, co. Berks, 
the nephews, and Edmund Harris of 
Rugby, CO. Warwick, gent., the Eiiors. 



=Lucy Henrietta, only dau. of Sir 
George Cholmley (formerly Strick- 
land) of Boynton, Place Newton, 
Hildenley and Reighton, all co. 
York, 7th Bart, J.P. and D.L. for 
East, North and West Ridings, co. 
York, M.P. for West Riding and 
for Preston, by Mary his ist wife, 
only child of the Rev. Charles 
Constable of Wassand, co. York, 
and of Walcot ; born at Hildenley 
8 February, bapt. at Appleton-le- 
Street, co. York, 19 February 1822; 
marr. at Sigglesthorne, co. York, 
19 December 1844; died at Cotes- 
bach, aged 49, on Saturday, 8 July, 
bur. there 15 July 187 1. Adfnon 
was granted at the Principal 
Registry 30 August 187 1, to the 
Rev. James Powell Goulton- 
Constable of Cotesbach, co. 
Leicester. 

{See Pedigree of Strickland, 
Vol. g, page 100.) 



Judith Elizabeth, 
born 15 July, 
bapt. at Cotes- 
bach 13 August 
182 1 ; died 28 
September, bur. 
at Cotesbach 3 
October 1835. 



Robert Marriott, 
born on Tues- 
day, 2 9 December 
1846, bapt. at 
Cotesbach 3 1 
January 1847; of 
Christ Church, 
Oxford, matricu- 
lated 7 June 
1865, aged 18 ; 
died 14 May, 
bur. at Cotesbach 
23 May 1868. 



Frances Marion, eldest dau. of=pCharles l^arriott of=i= 



Robert Fellowes of Shotesham 
Park, CO. Norfolk, J.P. for co. 
Leicester, J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Norfolk, High Sheriff 1874, by 
Frances Anne his wife, 2nd 
dau. of Major John Clutterbuck 
of Wark worth, co. Northumber- 
land ; born at Bitteswell Hall 
12 June 1851 ; marr. at Shote- 
sham St. Mary, co. Norfolk 
(by the Hon'''^ and Rt. Rev. 
John Thomas Pelham, Bishop 
of Norwich, assisted by the 
Rev. Cecil Fellowes), on Tues- 
day, 10 February 1880 ; died 
at Middlecave House, Malton, 
CO. York, aged 31, on Wednes- 
day, 20 December, bur. at 
Cotesbach on Saturday, 23 
December 1882. ist wife. 

(See Pedigree of Fellowes, 
Vol. 8, page g8.) 



Cotesbach ; born 14 
October, bapt. at 
Cotesbach 29 Octo- 
ber 1848 ; educated 
at Winchester and at 
Brasenose College,. 
Oxford, matriculated 
4 July 1867, aged 
18, B.A. 1871, M.A. 
1873 ; a Student of 
the Inner Temple 
9 May 1870, called to 
the Bar 26 January 
1875 ; J.P. for CO. 
Leicester, High Sheriff 
1878 ; Lord of the 
Manors of Cotesbach 
and Shawell ; Captain 
Leicestershire (Prince 
Albert's Own) Yeo- 
manry Cavalry, retired 
1883. 



=Mary Emily, eldest 
dau. of the Rev. 
Charles Pierrepont 
Peach (formerly 
Cleaver), Rector of 
Appleton-le-Street ; 
born 23 July, 
bapt. at Appleton- 
le-Street 31 August 
1862; marr. there 
(by the Rev. George 
Strickland Marriott, 
assisted by the Rev. 
Maurice Bell) on 
Tuesday, 2 1 April 
1891. 2nd wife. 



Evelyn Mary, born at Cotes- 
bach Hall on Friday, 17 
December 1880, bapt. at 
Cotesbach 9 January 1881. 



Charles Henry Marriott (twin with 
Violet Ann), born at Shotesham 
14 March, bapt. privately at 
Shotesham Park 21 March 1882. 



Violet Ann (twin with Charles 
Henry), born at Shotesham 
14 March, bapt. privately at 
Shotesham Park 21 March 
1882. 



Susanna, bom 5 April, bapt. at Cotesbach, co. Leicester, 25 April 1823 ; 
marr. there (by the Rev. John David Watson, Vicar of Guilsborough, 
CO. Northampton) on Tuesday, 16 May 1843, the Rev. Thomas Stevens 
(2nd son of the Rev. Henry Stevens, Rector and Lord of the Manor of 
Bradfield, co. Berks, by Maria his wife, dau. of William Tinney of Salisbury, 
CO. Wilts); bom at the Rectory, Bradfield, 16 May, bapt. at Bradfield 
30 May 1809; of Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 16 February 1827, 
aged 17, B.A. 1832, M.A. 1836 ; Rector of Bradfield 1843-81, and of 
Toft-by-Newton, co. Lincoln, 1884 till his death; J.P. for the counties of 
Berks and Oxford 1842-81 ; Founder of St. Andrew's College, Bradfield, 
1850, Warden 1850-81, Rural Dean of Bradfield 1870-77; Assistant Poor 
Law Commissioner 1836-39 ; died at the Rectory, Toft-by-Newton, in his 
79th year, on Tuesday, 15 May, bur. at Bradfield on Wednesday, 23 May 
1888. Memorial brass in the church at Bradfield. Will dated 13 June 
1881, proved (Prin. Reg., 166, 89) 2 February 1889, by Henry Stevens of 
Southport, CO. Lancaster, the son, the sole Exor. She died at the Rectory, 
Bradfield, aged 43, on Sunday, 8 July, and was bur. at Bradfield 13 July 
1866. Memorial brass in the church at Bradfield. 

I 



Elizabeth Stow, 
bapt. at Cotesbach 
17 March 1825; 
died at Torquay, 
CO. Devon, on 
Sunday, 20 Feb^ 
ruary, bur. there 
26 February 1848. 



James Goulton-Constable of=p'Mary, younger dau. of the Rev. Digby 



Walcot Hall, co. Lincoln ; 
born at Cotesbach 2 1 March, 
bapt. there 14 April 1850 ; 
assumed by Royal Licence 
dated 10 December 1865, 
the surname of Goulton- 
Constable in lieu of that of 
Marriott ; J.P. for the part^ of 
Lindsay, co. Lincoln ; F.S.A. 



Charles Legard, formerly Rector of Lea, co. 
Lincoln, by Henrietta Isabella his wife, 
eldest dau. of the Rev. Francis Simpson, 
Rector of Boynton, co. York; born at Lea 29 
October 1849, and bapt. there; marr. at 
Clifton, CO. York (by the Rev. Francis Digby 
Legard, cousin of the bride), on Thursday, 
28 August 1873. 




Frederick George 
Marriott, born 6 
November, bapt. 
at Cotesbach 23 
November 1851 ; 
died 2 7 November, 
bur. at Cotesbach 
3oNovemberi8s8. 



Charles Goulton-Constable, born 4 September 
1875, bapt. privately at Walcot the same day; 
died at Clifton, aged 4 months, on Monday, 
17 January, bur. at Alkborough, co. Lincoln, 
21 January 1876. 



Lewis Robert Goulton-Constable, 
born at Scarborough, co. York, 
on Friday, 24 August, bapt. 
at St. Martin's, Scarborough, 21 
September 1877. 



James Edmund Marriott, born 
at Cotesbach on Tuesday, 
I March, bapt. there 27 March 
1892. 



Frederick Ernest Marriott, 
born at Cotesbach on Sun- 
day, 28 May, bapt. there 
25 June 1893. 



Esther Lucy, born at Cotesbach 
on Sunday, 17 June, bapt. 
there 15 July 1894. 



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John Marraaduke Marriott, born 
6 March, bapt. at Cotesbach, co. 
Leicester, 29 March 1853 ; of 
Brasenose College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 2 November 1872, aged 19. 



Henry Peter Marriott, born 28 
June, bapt. at Cotesbach 9 July 
1854; of Brasenose College, 
Oxford, matriculated 13 October 
1873, aged 19, B.A. 1879. 



Rev. George Strickland Marriott,= 
born at Cotesbach 7 October, 
bapt. there 18 October 1855 ; 
of Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated 20 January 1875, 
aged 19, B.A. 1879 ; Rector of 
Cotesbach 1886-97, Rector of 
Beighton and Vicar of Moulton, 
CO. Norfolk, 1897-99, and Rector 
of Sigglesthorne, co. York, since 
1899. 



<f. Tyut^^vtyi^ 




=Gertrude, dau. of the 
Rev. William Brassey 
Hole, Vicar of Bray, 
CO. Berks, by Fanny his 
wife, dau. of the Rev. 
Whitworth Russell ; 
born at Woolfardis- 
worthy, co. Devon, 3 
July, bapt. there 3 
August 1862 ; marr. 
at Bray 30 April 1885. 



Robin George Marriott, born at 
Hildenley, co. York, on Wednesday, 
3 February, bapt. at Appleton-le- 
Street, co. York, 14 March 1886. 



Ethel Gertrude, born at the 
Rectory, Cotesbach, on 
Friday, 15 February, bapt. at 
Cotesbach 31 March 1889. 



Mary Esther, Anne (twin with Lucy Caroline), born at Cotesbach 
born 12 April, 9 May, bapt. there 29 May 1859; marr. at Cotesbach 
bapt. at Cotes- (by the Rev. George Strickland Marriott, the Rector, 
bach 29 April brother of the bride) on Tuesday, 31 December 1895, 
1857. the Rev. Hugh Beaumont Jones (son of the Rev. William 

Jones, Vicar of Frisby, co. Leicester, by Mary Martha 
his wife, dau. of General Stephen Woolryche) ; born at 
Frisby-on-the-Wreake, co. Leicester, 3 July, bapt. there 
21 December 1849; of Sidney Sussex College, Cam- 
bridge; Vicar of Frisby-on-the-Wreake 1878-94, Curate 
of Kirkby Bellars, co. Leicester, 1878-80, and Rector of 
Shawell, co. Leicester, since 1894. 



Lucy Caroline (twin 
with Anne), born at 
Cotesbach 9 May, 
bapt. there 29 May 
1859. _ 

Frances Alice, born 
at Cotesbach 3 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. there 
15 February 1863. 



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Hugh Digby Marriott, born at Cotesbach on Monday, 
S August, bapt. there i September 1895. 



Owen Victor Marriott, born at Cotesbach on Sunday, 
28 November, bapt. there 28 December 1897. 



Rowland Arthur Marriott, born at Cotesbach on Thurs- 
day, 6 April, bapt. there i May 1899. 



Michael George Marriott, born at 
Cotesbach on Wednesday, 19 Sep- 
tember, bapt. there 19 October 1900. 



Patrick Edward Marriott, bom at 
Cotesbach on Friday, 15 March, 
bapt. there i May 1902. 




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€arle of aUerton Cotoer, co. S^ama^ter. 






Arms on record in the College of Arms . — 
Or, three pallets gules, each charged with 
an escallop in chief of the first. 

Crest. — A lion's jamb erased, holding 
an arrow in bend sinister, the barb down- 
wards proper, pendant by a chain gold, 
an escutcheon gules, charged with an 
escallop or. 

Motto. — ^Servare modum. 



Thomas Earle of Spekelands,= 
in the parish of Childwall, co. 
Lancaster, and of Liverpool 
(elder son of William Earle of 
West Derby, co. Lancaster \^or- 
trait at Lymington, co. Hants, by 
Hargreaves, in the possession of his 
great -great -grandson, Sir Henry 
Earle, Bar t?[; entered Manchester 
Grammar School 14 January 
1765 ; Mayor of Liverpool 1787 ; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Lancaster; 
died at Spekelands, West Derby, 
aged 67, 9 July, bur. in the family 
vault at Walton-on-the-Hill, co. 
Lancaster, 15 Julyr822. Memorial 
tablet at St. Peter's, Liverpool. 
Portrait at Lymington, by Har- 
greaves, in the possession of his 
great-grandson, Sir Henry Earle, 
Bart. Will dated 2 1 October 1820, 
with codicil dated 23 May 182 1, 
proved (P.C.C., S77 Herscheli) 
2 November 1822, by William 
Earle the younger, Hardman Earle 
and Richard Earle, the sons, three 
of the Exors. Power reserved to 
Mary Earle, the relict, and 
William Earle, the brother, the 
other Exors. 




Maria (his cousin), 
elder dau. and coheir 
of Thomas Earle of 
Leghorn, Italy, by 
Mary his wife, only 
child and heiress of 
Adam Mort of Whar- 
ton Hall, Tyldesley, 
CO. Lancaster ; born 
17 August, bapt. at 
Leghorn 30 Sep- 
tember i76r; niarr. 
at Liverpool 20 April 
1786; died at Speke- 
lands, West Derby, in 
her 89th year, on 
Friday, 7 September, 
bur. with her husband 
at Walton-on-the-Hill 
13 September 1849. 
Portrait at Lyming- 
ton, by Hargreaves, in 
the possession of her 
great-grandson, Sir 
Henry Earle, Bart. 



William Earle of Abercromby Square, Liverpool,= 
bom 2 February 1787; educated at Audlem, co. 
Chester, and at Charterhouse ; J.P. and D.L. for 
CO. Lancaster; elected a Member of the Liverpool 
Council 1817, Bailiff 1824, and Mayor of Liverpool 
1836; died s.p. at his residence, Abercromby Square, 
Liverpool, in his 78th year, on Monday, 26 Sep- 
tember, bur. at Walton-on-the-Hill 30 September 
1864. M.I. Portrait at Lymington in the possession 
of his great-nephew. Sir Henry Earle, Bart. Will dated 
2 July 1850, with three codicils dated respectively 
17 October 1854, i6 February 1856 and 3 April 
i86r, proved at Liverpool 20 October 1864, by 
Thomas Earle and William Langton, both of 
I Fenwick Street, Liverpool, the nephews, two of 
the surviving Exors. 



=Anne, 6th dau. of 
Joshua Bradish of 
Kilkenny; born in 
July 1787 ; marr. 
15 July 1829 ; 
died at Munich, 
Germany, 15 Au- 
gust, bur. there 17 
August 1 85 5. Por- 
trait at Lymington 
in the possession of 
her great-nephew. 
Sir Henry Earle, 
Bart. 



Thomas Earle, born 
29 June 1788; died 
at Aberdeen, whilst 
at school, 28 January 
1806, and bur. at 
Aberdeen. 



John Earle, born 
14 December 1789; 
died 15 March 1791. 



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Sir Hardman Earle of Allerton Tower, Woolton, co. Lancaster,^ 
Bart; born ii July 1792; educated at Warrington and at Charter- 
house; J. P. for CO. Lancaster; created a Baronet 3 November 
1869; died at Allerton Tower, in his 85th year, on Thursday, 
25 January, bur. in the churchyard at Woolton 30 January 1877. 
Portrait at Lymington, co. Hants, by MuUer, in the possession of his 
grandson. Sir Henry Earle, Bart. Will dated 13 June 1871, with 
two codicils dated respectively 3 November 1874 and 2 August 
1876, proved at Liverpool 25 April 1877, by Sir Thomas Earle 
of Allerton Tower, Allerton, co. Lancaster, Bart., William Earle 
of 8 Eaton Place, co. Middlesex, Colonel Grenadier Guards, 
C.S.I., and Arthur Earle of Childwall Lodge, Childwall, near 
Liverpool, the sons, the Exors. 



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=Mary, 2nd dau. of William Langton 
of Kirkham, co. Lancaster, by 
Mary his wife, dau. and coheiress 
of Joseph Starkey of Redvales, co. 
Lancaster ; born 1 3 August, bapt. 
at Kirkham 5 September 1798; 
marr. at St. George's, Liverpool, 
24 August 1819 ; died at Allerton 
Tower, in her 52 nd year, on Tues- 
day, 26 March, bur. in the church- 
yard, Woolton, CO. Lancaster, 
I April 1850. Miniature portrait 
at Lymington, by Hargreaves, in 
the possession of her grandson. Sir 
Henry Earle, Bart. 



Sir Thomas Earle of Allerton Tower, and of Liverpool, Bart.; born= 
30 June, bapt. at St. Peter's, Liverpool, 17 August 1820; J. P. for the 
borough of Liverpool, J. P. and D.L. for co. Lancaster ; succeeded his 
father as 2nd Bart. 25 January 1877; died 13 April, bur. at Woolton 
18 April 1900. Will dated 5 February 1890, with codicil dated 27 
November 1895, proved at Liverpool 25 June 1900, by Hardman 
Arthur Earle and Thomas Algernon Earle, two of the Exors. Portrait 
in the possession of his widow. 



=Emily, 2nd dau. of William 
Fletcher of Liverpool, by 
Mary his wife, dau. of Moses 
Benson ; born 29 June, 
bapt. at St. Catherine's, 
Liverpool, 8 November 
1832; marr. ^t St. George's, 
Liverpool (by the Ven''''= 
Archdeacon Brooks), on 
Tuesday, 6 September 1853. 



Lieut. -Colonel Sir Henry Earle of Allerton Tower, Bart., D.S.O. ; born at= 
Brook Farm, West Derby, co. Lancaster, on Tuesday, 15 August 1854, bapt. at 
St. Catherine's, Liverpool, 18 April 1855 ; educated at Eton and at Trinity 
College, Oxford, matriculated 16 October 1873, aged 19, Hon. M.A. Cambridge; 
entered the Army as Lieutenant 22nd Regiment 11 September 1876, and of the 
51st Light Infantry 28 October 1876, Captain The King's Own Yorkshire Light 
Infantry 14 February 1883, Major 31 January 1894, Lieut.-Colonel 29 November 
1900; Adjutant Cambridge University Volunteers 6 May 1891 to 5 May 1896; 
served in Jowaki Expedition 1877 (medal with clasp); in Afghan War 1878-80, 
Orderly Officer during the second campaign to Lieut. -General Sir Robert 
Onesiphorus Bright, K.C.B. (medal); in the Egyptian Campaign 1882, A.D.C. to 
Major-General William Earle, C.B., C.S.I., 4 August 1882 to November 1882, 
at actions of El Magfar, Tel-El-Mahuta and Kasassin of 9 September, battle of 
Tel-el-Kebir (medal with clasp, bronze star, 5th-class Medjidie) ; in Burmese 
Expedition 1886-87 (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 2 September 
1887, D.S.O. and two clasps); in the operations on the North-West Frontier of 
India 1897-98, with the Tirah Expeditionary Force (severely wounded, medal 
with two clasps); in South African War 1899-1901, at the advance on Kimberley, 
including the actions at Belmont, Enslin and Modder River, also in the Orange 
Free State and Transvaal (severely wounded, mentioned in despatches, " London 
Gazette," 26 January 1900, promoted Lieut.-Colonel); succeeded his father as 
3rd Bart. 13 April 1900. 



=Evelyn Grace, 
dau. of Charles 
Henry Boileau, 
Major 6ist Regi- 
ment, by Susannah 
Maria his wife, 
dau. of Josud le 
Bailly, and grand- 
daughter of Major- 
General Francis 
Burton Boileau of 
the Royal Bengal 
Artillery; born on 
Sunday, 3 October 
T869, and bapt. at 
Jersey ; marr. at 
Beddington, co. 
Surrey(bythe Rev. 
Clement Ren^ 
Sharpe), on Thurs- 
day, 1 7 September 
1891. 



Phyllis Audrey, born at Cambridge on Tuesday, 5 July, 
bapt. at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Cambridge, 
on Sunday, 14 August 1892. 



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Mary, born 6 June 1794; marr. at Christ Church, Liverpool, on Saturday, 18 November 1820, 
Lieut.-Colonel Sir William Plunkett de Bathe of Kingstown, co. Meath, and of Wood End, 
Chichester, co. Sussex, Bart, K.F.M. (2nd son of Sir James Michael de Bathe, ist Bart., by 
Anna Maria his wife, dau. of William Wynne); born 26 December 1793 ; succeeded his brother, 
Sir Wynne de Bathe, as 3rd Baronet, in 1828; died at Wood End, Chichester, in his 77th 
year, on Thursday, 10 March 1870. Will dated 6 December 1854, with two codicils dated 
respectively 30 April 1859 and 28 March 1867, proved (Prin. Reg., 256, 70) 13 April 1870, 
by Sir Henry Percival de Bathe of 3 Morpeth Terrace, Co. Middlesex, and of Wood End, 
Chichester, co. Sussex, a Major-General in Her Majesty's Army, the son, James Cornelius 
O'Dowd of the Middle Temple, in the City of London, Barrister-at-Law, and the Hon^e 
Frederick Ponsonby of 3 Mount Street, Grosvenor Square, Co. Middlesex, the Exors. She 
died at 27a Portman Square, London, aged 60, on Thursday, 14 September, and wa's bur. 
in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 19 September 1854. 

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Mary, born 9 April 1823, bapt. at St. Peter's, Liverpool, 27 August 
1825; marr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 11 October 
1849, James Loxham Foster of Liverpool (only son of James Foster of 
Liverpool); born 16 August 1829; of Magdalen College, Oxford, 
matriculated 3 June 1846, aged 17, a Student of the Inner Temple 
22 February 1850, called to the Bar 30 April 1853; died at 2 Clifton 
Place, Sussex Square, London, in his 74th year on Saturday, 19 July, 
cremated at Woking, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 22 July 1902. 



Mary, born 9 July 
182 1 ; died, aged 4 
months, 18 Novem- 
ber, bur. at St. 
Nicholas', Liverpool, 
29 November 182 1. 



Mary, bapt. at St. Catherine's, Liverpool, 22 August 
1855 ; died, aged g^ months, 16 April, bur. at 
Woolton, CO. Lancaster, 19 April 1856. 



Emily Josephine, born 31 July, bapt. at 
St. Catherine's, Liverpool, 10 October 
1857- 



Mary, born 13 August, bapt. at St. Catherine's, 
Liverpool 10 October 1856; died, aged 14, on 
Monday, 26 September, bur. in the cemetery at 
Toxteth Park, Liverpool, 30 September 1870, the 
remains being subsequently removed to Woolton. 



Hardman Arthur Earle, born 1 7 January, 
bapt. at St. Catherine's, Liverpool, 19 
March 1859; educated at Eton. 



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Richard Earle of Edenhurst, co. Lancaster, born= 
26 April 1796; educated at Charterhouse and at 
St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 18 19, M.A. 
1825 ; Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple; J. P. 
for CO. Lancaster ; Private Secretary to Lord 
Stanley, afterwards 14th Earl of Derby, K.G., 
when Chief Secretary for Ireland, and afterwards at 
the Colonial Office ; a Poor Law Commissioner ; 
died at Edenhurst, in his 52nd year, on Friday, 
21 April, bur. at Huyton, co. Lancaster, 27 April 
1848. Will dated 29 March 1848, proved (P.C.C, 
620, 48) 21 August 1848, by Margaret Earle, the 
relict, Hardman Earle, the brother, and Joseph 
Langton, the Exors. Proved at Chester 4 August 
1848, by the same Exors. 



^Margaret, youngest dau. of William 
Langton of Kirkham, co. Lancaster, by 
Mary his wife, dau. and coheiress of 
Joseph Starkey of Redvales, co. Lan- 
caster ; born 7 August, bapt. at Kirkham 
23 September 1803 ; marr. at St. 
George's, Liverpool, on Tuesday, 29 
September 1829; died at Edenhurst, in 
her 70th year, on Thursday, 30 No- 
vember, bur. at Huyton 15 December 
1 87 1. Admon was granted at Liverpool 
14 February 1872, to Frederic William 
Earle of Edenhurst, near Roby, co. Lan- 
caster, the son and only next of kin. 



Lieut.-Colonel Frederic William Earle of Edenhurst ; born= 
21 July, bapt. at St. Peter's, Liverpool, 7 August 1830; of 
St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1856; J.P. 
for CO. Lancaster; Hon. Lieut.-Colonel Lancashire Hussars; 
died s.p. at Edenhurst, aged 60, 27 April, bur. in the 
churchyard at Roby, co. Lancaster, i May 1891. 



=Alice Louisa, dau. of Myles Henry 
Custance of Brussels, by Georgina 
Collinson his wife of The Chantry, 
Ipswich, CO. Suffolk ; born 6 No- 
vember 1843 ; marr. at St. James', 
Piccadilly, London, 8 January 1868. 



Hardman Earle of= 
Liverpool, born 20 
January, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Liverpool, 

27 August 1825; 
died s.p. at Lisbon, 
on board the s.s. 
" Tagus," on his 
return from Malaga, 
Spain, in his 29th 
year, on Saturday, 

28 May, bur. in the 
English Cemetery at 
Lisbon, Portugal, 30 
May 1853. 



=Harriet Matilda, eldest dau. of Edward Johnston of Allerton Hall, Woolton, 
CO. L9.ncaster; born 17 August 1832; marr. at St. Catherine's, Liverpool 
(by the Rev. James North), on Thursday, 19 August 1852 ; marr. 2ndly at 
the parish, church, Brighton, co. Sussex (by the Rev. Sir Henry Thompson, 
Bart, assisted by the Rev. Frederick Thursby), on Thursday, 15 October 
1863, James Legh Thursby of Craig-le, co. Carnarvon (2nd son of the Rev. 
William Thursby of Ormerod House, co. Lancaster, J. P., Vicar of All 
Saints', Northampton, by Eleanor Mary his wife, dau. of Colonel John 
Hargreaves of Ormerod) ; born 4 February 1828; Major 22nd Regiment 
(retired 24 March 1863); served with the 9th Regiment in the Crimea from 
27 November 1854, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol and assault 
of the batteries on the 18 June (medal with clasp and Turkish medal); 
J.P. for CO. Carnarvon ; died at Harrogate, co. York, aged 58, on Saturday, 
31 July 1886. She died at Craig-le on Saturday, 30 December 1876. 



Thomas Algernon Earle of Sandiway, co. Chester ;^ Edith, dau. of General Disney Leith, 



born 16 July, bapt. at St. Catherine's, Liverpool, 
25 August i860; educated at Eton; Captain (Hon. 



Major) Lancashire 
13 January 1894. 



Hussars Yeomanry Cavalry 



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C.B., of Glenkindie, Inverkindie, co. 
Aberdeen, by Mary Charlotte JuHa his 
wife, dau. of Sir Henry Percy Gordon of 
Northcourt, Isle of Wight, 2nd Bart., 
F.R.S.; born at Aberdeen 27 September, 
bapt. at St. John's, Aberdeen, 20 October 
1871; marr. at St. Barnabas', Pimlico, 
London (by the Hon'='« and Rev. Alfred 
Hanbury Tracey, assisted by the Rev. 
George Edward Jeans), on Saturday, 
20 April 1901. 



108 



Anne, born 15 November 1798 ; marr. at St. George's, Liverpool, 24 May 1821, Joseph Langton 
of Liverpool (son of William Langton of Kirkham, co. Lancaster, by Mary his wife, dau. and 
coheiress of Joseph Starkey of Redvales, co. Lancaster) ; born at Kirkham 20 September, bapt. 
there 16 October 1792 ; died in Paris on Thursday, 25 October, bur. in Mont Martre Cemetery, 
Paris, 27 October 1855. Will dated 29 February 1828, with two codicils dated respectively 
30 November 1846 and 19 July 1853, proved (P.C.C, 42, 56) 9 January 1856, by William 
Langton and Charles Langton, the sons, the Exors named in second codicil. Power reserved 
to Anne Langton, the relict, the Executrix named in the will. She died at 12 Abercromby 
Square, Liverpool, aged 77, on Monday, 16 August, and was bur. in Toxteth Park Cemetery, 
Liverpool, 20 August 1875. Will dated 28 October 1857, with codicil dated 27 April 1858, 
proved at Liverpool 27 October 1875, by Charles Langton of Bark Hill, Aigburth, near 
Liverpool, and William Langton of 1 2 Abercromby Square, Liverpool, two of the Exors. 

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Elizabeth, born Emily, born at Liverpool 25 

at Liverpool February, bapt. at St. Peter's, 

I March 1826, Liverpool, 3 October 1827 ; 

bapt. at St. marr. at St. Peter's, Woolton, 

Peter's, Liver- co. Lancaster (by the Rev. 

pool, 3 October Robert Leicester), on Thurs- 

1827. day, 24 September 1857, Hugh 

Perkins of Fulwood Park, 

Liverpool (son of Alfred Thrale 

Perkins, by Jane Bailey his 

wife); born in London in 1818, 

bapt. at St. Saviour's, South- 

wark, CO. Surrey (no record in 

Register^; J. P. and D.L. for 

CO. Lancaster ; ' died at 17 

Fulwood Park, Liverpool, in 

his 80th year, on Tuesday, 18 

January, bur. in Smithdown 

Cemetery, Liverpool, 2 1 January 

1898. =j= 



Harriet, born at Hope Street, Liverpool, 
23 July 1829, bapt. at St. Peter's, Liverpool, 
30 October 1830 ; marr. at St. Peter's, 
Woolton (by the Rev. William Hornby, Vicar 
of St. Michael-on-Wyre, co. Lancaster), on 
Wednesday, 23 October 1850, Archibald 
Tod of The Grange, Woolton (son of 
Archibald Tod of Drygrange, Melrose, co. 
Roxburgh) ; born at Drygrange, Melrose, 
July 181 1 ; died at Chepstow, co. Mon- 
mouth, aged 59, on Friday, 19 August, bur. 
at Halewood, co. Lancaster, 26 August 
1870. Will dated 27 November 1867, with 
two codicils dated respectively 20 May 1868 
and 26 June 1868, proved at Liverpool 17 
October 1870, by Thomas Earle of Brook 
Farm, Smithdown Road, near Liverpool, 
and James Loxham Foster of 2 Clifton Place, 
Hyde Park, co. Middlesex, two of the Exors. 



William Edward Earle, born 27 
September, bapt. at St. Catherine's, 
Liverpool, 5 December 1861 ; 
educated at Eton. 



Alfred Earle, born 29 June, bapt. 
at St. Catherine's, Liverpool, 30 
July 1864; educated at Eton. 



Constance, bapt. at St. Catherine's, 
Liverpool, 25 November 1865, 



Caroline, bom 21 March, bapt. at 

St. Catherine's, Liverpool, 30 May and d'ied in infancy. 

1863. 



Charles Frederic Earle, 
born 19 April, bapt. at 
St. Catherine's, Liver- 
pool, 29 June 1867 ; 
educated at Eton. 



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Jane, bom 8 September 1800; marr. at St. Luke's, Liverpool, 4 April 1831, George Hall 
Lawrence of Mossley Hill, near Liverpool (eldest son of Charles Lawrence of Fairfield in the 
Island of Jamaica, and of Mossley Hill, Liverpool, by Rose his wife) ; died s.p. at Mossley 
Hill, in his 68th year, on Friday, 15 January, bur. in St. James' Cemetery, Liverpool, 
21 January 1869. M.I. Will dated 17 July 1865, with codicil dated 30 April 1868, proved 
at Liverpool 12 March 1869, by William Frederic Lawrence of Bolton Street, Piccadilly, co. 
Middlesex, the nephew, and William Langton of Liverpool, two of the Exors. She died at 
Mossley Hill, Liverpool, aged 82, on Monday, 5 February, and was bur. in St. James' Cemetery, 
Liverpool, 9 February 1883. M.I. Will dated 11 May 1877, with codicil dated 11 May 1882, 
proved at Liverpool 15 March 1883, by Arthur Earle of Childwall Lodge, Childwall, near 
Liverpool, the nephew, and Hugh Perkins of Fulwood Park, Aigburth, near Liverpool, the Exors. 



Georgina, born at Hope Street, Liverpool, 
16 September, bapt. at St. Peter's, Liverpool, 
30 October 1830; marr. at Childwall, co. 
Lancaster (by the Rev. Robert Leicester), on 
Thursday, 30 June 1859, Hugh Longueville 
Jones of Elmsall Lodge, co. York (youngest 
son of Hugh Jones of Larkhill, Liverpool, by 
Elizabeth Heywood his wife) ; born at Liver- 
pool 30 December 1826; died s.p. at Elmsall 
Lodge, aged 48, on Sunday, i August, bur. at 
Badsworth, co. York, 4 August 1875. Will 
dated 21 March 1873, '^i'^ codicil dated 18 
November 1874, proved at Wakefield 13 Sep- 
tember 1875, by Heywood Bright of Sand 
Heys, Mill Lane, West Derby, co. Lancaster, 
and Robertson Gladstone of Court Hey, Roby, 
CO. Lancaster, the nephews, the Exors. 



Caroline, born 28 April 1832, bapt. at St. 
Catherine's, Liverpool, 15 October 1834; 
marr. at Childwall (by the Rev. Arthur 
Maistre) on Tuesday, i July 1856, Francis 
John Johnston of Dunsdale, Westerham, co. 
Kent, 3rd son of Edward Johnston of Allerton 
Hall, CO. Lancaster. She died at Lamas, 
Chislehurst, co. Kent, on Friday, 3 December, 
and was bur. at the parish church, Chislehurst, 
7 December 1875. Will dated 28 June 1865, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 577, 76) 28 July 1876, by 
Francis John Johnston of Lamas, Chislehurst, 
CO. Kent, the husband, and Thomas Earle of 
Richmond Lodge, Wavertree, near Liverpool, 
CO. Lancaster, the brother, two of the 
surviving Exors. 



Evelyn Margaret, born 2 1 April, bapt. at St. Catherine's, 
Liverpool, 12 May 1869; marr. at St. Peter's, Woolton, 
CO. Lancaster (by the Rev. Canon George Hardwicke 
Spooner), 3 April 1900, Francis Gordon Cardew; 
born I June 1862 ; entered the Army as Lieutenant 
Bedfordshire Regiment 10 March 1883, of the Oxford- 
shire Light Infantry 16 May 1883, and of the Indian 
Staff Corps 18 November 1886, Captain 10 March 
1894, Major 10 July 1901, Staff Captain (InteUigence 
Branch) Q.M.G.'s Department, India, 30 November 
1896 to I May 1897, Assistant Secretary, Mihtary 
Department, Government of India, 7 July 1897 to 
31 March 1900, 2nd Dep. Secretary, Military 
Department, Government of India, i April 1900, with 
rank of Lieut.-Colonel. =|= 



Reginald Earle, 
born 10 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at 
St. Catherine's, 
Liverpool, 3 1 
October 1871 ; 
educated at Eton. 



John Wilfrid Earle, 
born at Richmond 
Lodge, Wavertree, 
on Friday, 14 June 
1878, and bapt. at 
St. Catherine's, Liver- 
pool (no record in 
Register) ; educated 
at Eton. 



Major-General William Earle, C.B., C.S.I. ; born i8 May 1833, bapt. at= 
St. Catherine's, Liverpool, 15 October 1834; educated at Harrow; entered 
the Army as Ensign 49th Regiment 17 October 1851, Lieutenant 6 June 
1854, exchanged into 3rd BattaUon Grenadier Guards as Lieutenant and 
Captain i6 February 1855, Lieut.-Colonel 28 April 1863, Colonel 20 May 
1870, Major 21 August 1878 to i April 1880, Major-General 31 October 
1880 j served with the 49th Regiment as A.D.C. to General Wyndham 
throughout the Crimean War 1854-55, including the battles of the Alma 
and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, sortie of 26 October, and assault of 
the Redan 18 June (medal with three clasps, Sardinian and Turkish 
rnedals, and 5th-class Medjidie) ; Assistant Military Secretary to General 
Sir William John Codrington, Governor of Gibraltar, 1859-60, Brigade 
Major in Nova Scotia 1862-63, Military Secretary to General Sir John 
Michel, General Sir Charles Ashe Windham, and General the Hon'='« Sir 
James Lindsay, K.C.M.G., in succession, commanding in North America 
1865-70, Military Secretary to Lord Northbrook when Viceroy of India 
1872-76, created C.S.I., appointed to the command of Shorncliffe 1880, 
and transferred to the 2nd Infantry Brigade at Aldershot in 1881 ; served 
in the Egyptian War, in command of the Garrison of Alexandria, 1882-84 
(created C.B. and 2nd-class Medjidie); commanded column sent up the 
Nile to rescue General Gordon at Khartoum in 1884 till his death; shot 
while leading on his troops against the Arabs at Kirbekan 10 February 1885, 
and bur. there at sunset the same day. Statue by 
C. B. Birch, A. R. A., erected at Liverpool. AdiSon 
with will dated 17 April 1869, was granted (Prin. 
Reg., 616, 85) 16 July 1885, to Mary Earle of 
8 Eaton Place, the relict, the universal legatee. 



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=Mary, 2nd dau. of 
General Sir William 
John Codrington, 
G.C.B., Colonel 23rd 
Regiment, formerly 
Commander-in-Chief 
of British Forces in 
the Crimea, and 
Governor of Gibral- 
tar, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of Levi 
Ames of The Hyde, 
CO. Hertford (Bed- 
chamber Woman to 
H.M. Queen Victoria 
1856); bornat Bryan- 
ston Street, London, 
on Wednesday, 2 
June, bapt. at St. 
George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 30 
June 1841 ; marr. at 
St. Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London (by 
the Hon'='= and Rev. 
Robert Liddell), on 
Thursday, 21 July 
1864. 



Rachel Mary, Grace Elizabeth, born at Montreal 20 August, bapt. at St. John the Evangelist's, 
born at Mon- Montreal, 4 October 1868 ; marr. at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London (by the 
treal, Canada, Rev. Henry Montagu ViUiers, father of the bridegroom, the Vicar, assisted by 
30 August, the Rev. James Baden-Powell), on Wednesday, 19 April 1893, John Russell 
bapt. at Christ Villiers of 49 Hans Place, London (2nd son of the Rev. Henry Montagu 
Church Cathe- Villiers, Vicar of St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, Prebendary of Mora in 
dral, Montreal, St. Paul's Cathedral, and Proctor in Convocation, by Victoria his ist wife, 
30ctoberi865. 2nd dau. of the Rt. Hon^^ Lord John, ist Earl Russell, K.G., G.C.M.G., 
P.C); bom at Adisham Rectory, co. Kent, on Monday, 15 January 1866. 

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Cecil Arthur Earle, bom at Woodlea, Grassendale,= 
CO. Lancaster, on Thursday, 19 November 1868, 
bapt. at Grassendale 6 January 1869 ; educated at 
Harrow; entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 
Royal Artillery 17 February 1888, Lieutenant 17 
February 1891; Interpreter in French and German; 
died at Saugor, Central Provinces, India, 15 July 
1896, and bur. there the next day. 



=Lizzie Isabella, dau. of Fife John Scott of 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, co. Northumberland, 
by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Annandale ; born at Newcastle-on-Tyne 
27 February, bapt. at St. Andrew's, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, 12 May 1863; marr. 
by licence at Newcastle-on-Tyne 20 March 
1891. 



Guy Fife Earle, born at Newcastle- 
on-Tyne 24 August, bapt. there 
16 September 1891. 



Eric Greville Earle, born at Saugor, Central 
Provinces, India, 24 February, bapt. at the 
' Military Chapel, Saugor, March 1893. 



Arthur Earle of Childwall Lodge,= 
Wavertree, co. Lancaster, and of Earles 
Court, Camberley, co. Surrey ; bom 
at Brook Farm, near Liverpool, 14 
December 1838, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Liverpool, 24 November 1841 ; edu- 
cated at Harrow; J. P. for co. Lancaster; 
F.R.G.S. 



=Ida Euphemia Bertie, eldest dau. of Sir George 
Benvenuto Buckley-Mathew, K.C.M.G., C.B., M.P., 
H.M. Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipo- 
tentiary at the Court of Rio, Brazil, 1867-78, by 
Arme his wife, dau. of Henry Hoare of Stourhead, 
CO. Wilts; born in London 28 October 1843, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, London, 15 January 
1844 ; marr. at the English Protestant Church, Buenos 
Ayres (by the Rev. John Chubb Ford, British 
Chaplain), 19 November 1867. 



John Greville Earle, born 
at Woodlea, Grassendale, 
CO. Lancaster, 26 October, 
bapt. at Grassendale 12 
December 1869 ; educated 
at Winchester. 



Lilian Ida, bom at Child- 
wall Lodge, Wavertree, 28 
March, bapt. at the parish 
church, Childwall, 9 June 
1872. 



Ronald Hamilton Earle, born at Child- 
wall Lodge, Wavertree, 20 February, 
bapt. at the parish church, Childwall, 
19 April 1874; educated at Harrow; 
formerly Captain Lancashire Artillery 
Militia, Southem Division R.A. ; marr. 
at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London 
(by the Rev. George Frederick Forbes, 
Vicar of St. Cyprian's, St. Marylebone, 
London, assisted by the Rev. James 
Baden Powell), on Monday, 24 June 
1 90 1, Louise (Lily) Mary, only dau. of 
R. J. Delaney of Ireland. 



Lawrence Mathew Earle, 
born at Childwall Lodge, 
Wavertree, 16 September, 
bapt. at the parish church, 
Childwall, 30 October 
1881 ; educated at Win- 
chester and at Trinity 
College Cambridge. 



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iSrunkr. 



Anns.- 



Crest.- 



-Argent, six pellets, a chief embattled sable, thereon a 

lozenge fess-ways of the field. 
-A dexter arm vested argent, holding a lozenge in pale. 



Admiral Brunker) ; Captain sth= 
in Walcheren Expedition (wounded), 



James Brunker (son of 

Dragoon Guards ; served 

in Peninsular War with sth Dragoon Guards, present at Salamanca 

and Vittoria (where his troop looted Joseph Buonaparte's baggage), 

and in Waterloo Campaign 1815 ; died at Wexford, aged 84, 

17 July 1838, and bur. at Rathaspeck, co. Wexford. M.I. 



ci<^^^^^ 



^Harriet, dau. of Thomas 
Jennings of Castlebar, 
CO. Mayo, by Honoria his 
wife ; born at Castlebar, 
and marr. there ; died at 
Wexford, aged 62, 23 
January 1846, and was 
bur. at Rathaspeck. 



Edward George Brunker, born at York 28 July= 
1803; M.D. Edin., F.R.C.S.I.j Surgeon Louth 
County Infirmary for 44 years ; died at 38 
Belgrave Square, Rathmines, co. Dublin, in his 
84th year, 2 February, bur. at Dundalk, co. 
Louth, 3 February 1887. M.I. Will proved 
in the Principal Registry, Dublin, 17 February 
1887, by James Edward Brunker of Minore, 
St. Kevin's Park, Rathmines, the sole Exor. 




=Frances, youngest dau. 
of William Smith of 
Gurteen, co. Tipperary ; 
marr. at Lorrha, co. 
Tipperary, 16 August 
1827; died at Dundalk, 
aged 76, 15 January, 
bur. there 18 January 
1876. M.I. 



Ann, marr. John 
Coates, who died 
s.p. at Torquay, co. 
Devon. She died 
at Sandford Road, 
Dublin, and was 
bur. in Mount 
Jerome Cemetery, 
Dubhn. 



Harriet Elizabeth, born at 
Killucan, co. Westmeath; 
died at Dundalk 10 April, 
bur. there 12 December 
1840. M.I. 



William James Brunker, 
born at Killucan 23 De- 
cember 1830 ; died at 
Dundalk 8 August, bur. 
there 10 August 1840. 
M.L 



Sarah Frances, born at Dundalk 
29 June, bapt. there 17 July 1833 ; 
died at Wexford 19 April, bur. 
there 21 April 1844. 



Edward Houghton Brunker, born 
at Dundalk 16 August, bapt. there 
9 September 1835 ; died at Dun- 
dalk 17 May, bur. there 18 May 
1836. M.I. 



Frances Ann, born at Dundalk 
9 September, bapt. there 11 
October 1837; marr. at Dun- 
dalk 14 July 1858, Louis John 
Anderson (son of Louis Ander- 
son, County Inspector Royal 
Irish Constabulary, by Eliza- 
beth Dillon Baker his wife, of 
Liscahel, co. Tipperary) ; born 
8 June 1837 ; Sub-Inspector 
Royal Irish Constabulary; died 
28 February, bur. at Dundalk 
4 March 1867. 



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Major-General James Robert Brunker, born at Dublin 22= 
December 1806; entered 91st Regiment as Ensign 9 April 
1825, D.A.G. in Ceylon 24 August 1852 to 6 August 1858, 
Major 15th Regiment 2 October 1854 to February 1855, 
Major-General 10 March 1866, Lieut.-Governor of Hong 
Kong, China, Commanding Forces 

in China 16 December 1867 till ^.y^^.^^ ^ 

his death; died at Hong Kong <s?!^<iC5C^C;.*.,~-<^^ 
24 March 1869, and bur. there. 



=Marianne, 4th dau. of John 
Molyneux of Gravel Hill, 
Ludlow, CO. Salop, R.N., by 
Ella his wife, dau. of Sir 
Thomas Young, Bart. ; born 4 
August 1814 ; marr. at Wool- 
wich, CO. Kent, 9 August 1842 ; 
died at Hong Kong i July 1868, 
and bur. there. 



Colonel Howard Molyneux Edward Brunker, born at Limerick= 
9 February 1844, and bapt. there; entered the Army 4 July i860, 
Lieut.-Colonel 3 December 1890, retired 7 September 1892; served 
as Adjutant with the 26th (The Cameronian) Regiment in Abyssinian 
Expedition 1868 (medal); proceeded on special service to South 
Africa in 1878 and served as Staff Officer in the Field Force of 
Griqua Land West and Kaffir Campaigns 1881, (mentioned in 
despatches), and in Zulu Campaign, present at Action of Zungen 
Nek (mentioned in despatches ["London Gazette," 15 March 1879], 
medal with clasp, and Brevet of Major) ; went to South Africa on 
special service in January 1881, and served under Sir Evelyn Wood 
in the Boer War as D.A.A. and Q.M.G. 



=Ann, 4th dau. of Robert 
Moseley Thomas of Cal- 
cutta, India, by Henrietta 
his wife, dau. of David 
Bryce, Captain Hon'''^ 
East India Co.'s Service ; 
born at Orme Square, 
London, i September 
1847 ; marr. at Fyzabad, 
India, 10 August 1870. 

{See Pedigree of Thomas, 
Vol. 6, page 48.) 



Howard Milford Brunker, born at Fyzabad i October, bapt. there 
7 November 187 1; entered Donegal Artillery as 2nd Lieutenant 
March 1890, ist Lieutenant 1891, resigned December 1892, of the 
Bechuanaland Border Police September 1892 to November 1895, 
appointed Sub-Inspector British Guiana Police 12 February 1896, 
District Inspector 6 April 1900, Acting Adjutant 11 April 1901 ; 
served in Matabele Campaign 1893-94 (medal). 



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=Eva Allie, 2nd dau. of 
Henry Child Thomas of 
Llanelly, co. Carmarthen, 
by Harriet Selena his 
wife, dau. of Charles 
Pestell Harris of Newn- 
ham, Cambridge ; born 
at Hucclecote, co. 
Gloucester, 1 1 July, 
bapt. there 22 August 
1874 ; marr. at Kingston 
Cathedral, Southsea, co. 
Hants, 23 December 
1895. 



Capel Howard Molyneux Brunker, 
born at New Amsterdam, British 
Guiana, 19 December 1898, bapt. 
there 19 January 1899. 



Kenneth Edgar Milford Brunker, born at 
Demerara, British Guiana, 18 June, bapt. 
at St. George's Cathedral, Georgetown, 
British Guiana, 30 July 1901. 



James Edward Brunker of Rathmines, co. Dublin ; born at Dundalk^Jeannette, only dau. of 



15 October, bapt. there 9 November 1841; of Trinity College, 
Dublin, M.A. 1874; Advising Chemist to Local Government Board 
for Ireland ; formerly President of the Pharmaceutical Society of 
Ireland ; Hon. Member of the Pharmaceutical Societies of Brussels, 
Antwerp and Ghent. 




Edward Anderson of 
Monkstown, co. Dubhn, 
by Jane his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Hutchinson of 
Airfield, Kilkenny; born 
at Dublin 29 Feb. 1844, 
and bapt. there; marr. at 
Booterstown, co. Dublin, 
7 Aug. 1867. 



114 



Charlotte, born at Canterbury, co. Kent, and bapt. 
there; marr. at St. Iberius', Wexford, i8 December 
1 84 1, James Birch Kennedy of Mary brook, co. 
Down; born at Moydalyon House, in the parish 
of Dromara, co. Down, 18 May i8o8; died, aged 91, 
27 March, bur. at Rathaspeck, co. Wexford, 30 March 
1900. M.I. She died, aged 43, 24 March, and was bur. 
in Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin, 28 March 1854. 

A 



Harriet, marr. in 1839, the Rev. 
Robert Belsham King, Curate of Inch, 
who died, aged 68, 7 February, and 
was bur. in Mount Jerome Cemetery, 
Dubhn, 10 February 1877. M.I. She 
died, aged 67, 21 August, and was bur. 
in Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin, 
24 August 1 88 1. M.I. 



Ella Hamilton, 
born at Lime- 
rick 2 1 April 
1845, ^•nd bapt. 
there. 



Georgina Moly- 
neux, born in 
Colombo, Cey- 
lon, 13 Nov. 
1846, and bapt. 
at Colombo. 



Lieut.-Colonel James Milford Sutherland Brunker,= 
born in Ceylon 30 May 1854; entered the Army 
as Lieutenant in Royal Artillery 11 September 1873, 
Captain 1 October 1882, Major 20 May 1890, 
Lieut.-Colonel Royal Horse Artillery 14 October 
1899; served in Afghan War 1880 (medal). 




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=Anne Eliza, 2nd dau. of 
Major-General Charles 
Scrope Hutchinson of 
Blackheath, co. Kent, 
C.B., R.E., by Chris- 
tiana his wife, dau. 
of WiUiam Ross of 
Gibraltar ; born at 
Plumstead, co. Kent, 
7 December 185 3, bapt. 
there 5 April 1854; 
marr. at Bombay, 
India, 14 February 
1883. 



Ella Ada, born at Morar, Gwalior, 
North India, 29 July 1874, and 
bapt. there. 



Marion Violet, born at Newton 
Valence, Alton, co. Hants, 2 March, 
bapt. there 23 April 1876. 



James Robert Brunker, born in Dublin 29 April 1878, 
bapt. in the Garrison Church, Royal Barracks, Dublin, 
28 May 1878; 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Battalion The Duke 
of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment) 4 May 1898, 
Lieutenant 28 October 1899. 



Elma Beatrice, born at Southsea, co. Hants, 9 October 
32, bapt. at the Royal Garrison Church, Portsmouth, 



CO. Hants, 6 January 1883. 



Frances Jane, born at Monks- Edward George Brunker, born Georgina Hutchinson, born 
town, CO. Dublin, 3 September at Youghal, co. Cork, 20 at Youghal i March 1873, 
1869, and bapt. there. January, bapt. there i March and bapt. there. 

187 1 ; of Trinity College, 

Dublin, B.A. 1882. 



IIS 



Mary Jane Honoria, died unmarried at Netley, co. Hants, 
aged 88, 6 November, bur. in Tunbridge Wells Cemetery, 
CO. Kent, lo November 1900. Will dated 24 October 1898, 
proved in the Principal Registry, Dublin, 15 December 1900, 
by Charles Strong King of Cypress Grove, Templeogue, co. 
Dubhn, the nephew, the Exor. 



Thomas Henry Brunker, died, 
aged 19, 3 March 1836, and 
bur. at Rathaspeck, co. 
Wexford. M.I. 



Capel Molyneux Brunker, born in Ceylon 15 October 1857; entered the= 
Army as 2nd Lieutenant 43rd (ist Battalion Oxford Light Infantry) 
Regiment 23 October 1880, Lieutenant The Loyal North Lancashire 
Regiment i July 1881, Adjutant 6 August 1884 to 5 August 1889, 
Captain 7 February 1888, and of The Lancashire Fusiliers 18 
February 1891, Major 4th Battahon Lancashire Fusihers 17 March 
1900 ; served in Nile Expedition 1898, at Battle of Khartoum 
(Egyptian medal with clasp, medal), occupation of Crete 1898, in 
South African War 1899-1900, at Battles of Venters Spruit, Spion 
Kop, and Vaal Krantz (mentioned in despatches ["London Gazette," 
8 February and 10 September 1901], medal with two clasps for 
Tugela Heights and Relief of Ladysmith, and D.S.O.) 




=Jane Marcia Caroline, 
3rd dau. of the Rev. 
Joseph Barker, Rector 
of Collooney, co. Sligo, 
by Emma Caroline his 
wife, dau. of the Rev. 
Cuthbert Fetherston- 
haugh, Rector of 
Hacketstown, co. Car- 
low; born 30 March 
1857; marr. at Chel- 
tenham, CO. Gloucester, 
8 April 1902. 



Alfred Arthur Brunker, born at 
Rathmines, co. Dublin, 15 February 
1875, bapt. at St. Philip's, Rath- 
mines, 28 March 1875. 



Mabel, born at Rathmines 
2 December i88i, bapt. 
at St. Philip's, Rathmines, 
9 January 1882. 



James Ponsonby Brunker, 
born at Rathmines 17 Octo- 
ber 1885, and bapt. there 
privately. 



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^eacotti. 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Azure, a horse's head erased argent, 
between three roses also argent, barbed 
and seeded proper. 

Crest. — A horse's head couped argent, in 
front thereof a demi-Catherine wheel azure. 

Motto. — Justus et propositi tenax. 



Elizabeth Mary,=The Rt. Hon"'' Sir Barnes= 



=Georgina, dau. of 
Major-General St. 
George Showers, 
C.B., by Julia his 
wife, dau. of James 
Atkinson ; born 3 
Jan. 1842 ; marr. 
at Calcutta 27 Jan. 
1870. 2nd wife. 



dau. of William Peacock,P.C. (son of Lewis 

Fanning, by Peacock of 38 Lincoln's 

Sophia Cecilia Inn Fields, London, a 

Harley his wife ; Solicitor, and Messenger 

born 14 April to the Great Seal) ; born 

181 5 ; marr. 7 Jan., bapt. at St. Giles'- 

at the parish in-the-Fields, London, 14 

church, Finch- Feb. 1805 ; practised as 

ley, CO. Middle- Special Pleader 1831-36, 

sex, 30 Dec. Barrister-at-Law of the 

1834; died 28 InnerTemple3o Jan. 1836, 

March 1865, one of the Counsel for 

and bur. at Daniel O'Connell in his appeal to the House 

Monghyr, Ben- of Lords in Aug. 1844, Bencher 1850 till his 

gal, India, ist death, Q.C. 28 Feb. 1850, Reader 1864; Legal 

wife. Member of Supreme Council of the Viceroy of 

India at Calcutta 2 April 1852 to April 1859, 

Chief Justice of Supreme Court of Bengal 

1859-70, Vice-President of Legislative Council 
of India June 1859; knighted by patent 26 May 1859, sworn 
a Privy Councillor 6 July 1870, a paid Member of Judicial 
Committee of Privy Council 10 June 1872 till his death ; died 
at 40 Cornwall Gardens, Kensington, London, aged 85, on 
Wednesday, 3 Dec, bur. in Highgate Cemetery, London, 6 Dec. 
1890. Will dated 29 May 1879, with codicil dated 21 Jan. 
1887, proved (Prin. Reg., 1155, 90) 31 Dec. 1890, by Dame 
Georgina Peacock of 40 Cornwall Gardens, South Kensington, 
in the county of Middlesex, the relict, the sole Executrix. 



Frederick Barnes Peacock, C.S.I., born at Avenue= 
Road, Regent's Park, London, 21 Jan., bapt. at the 
parish church, Marylebone, London, i May 1836; 
educated at Eton and at Haileybury; entered the 
Bengal Civil Service i Feb. 1857, Registrar of the 
High Court May 1864, a Student of the Inner 
Temple 16 April 1866, Barrister-at-Law 9 June 
1880; Officiating Secretary to Board of Revenue, 
Bengal, Nov. 1871, a Magistrate and Collector 
July 1873, Commissioner of the Dacca Division 
April 1878 to 1881, and of the Presidency Division 
May i88r to 1883, Chief Secretary to Government 
of Bengal for the Judicial, Political and Appoint- 
ments Department March 1883 to 1890, an Acting 
Member of Board of Revenue 1884, Member 
1887-90; C.S.I. 21 May 1890; died on board the 
s.s. "Britannia" off Sicily, aged 58, on Saturday, 
14 April 1894, and bur. at sea. Will dated 
29 March 1894, proved (Prin. Reg., 1121, 94) 
29 Nov. 1894, by James Frederick Burton, the 
Attorney of Frederick Peacock, one of the Exors. 




=Christine, dau. Sophia Elizabeth, born in London 
of Frederick 6 July 1837 ; marr. at the 
Christian Lewis, Cathedral, Calcutta, in 1858, 
by Eliza Bird Frederick John Castle (son of 
his wife, dau. William Castle, Captain 79th 
of Captain An- Highlanders,byElizabeth his wife, 
drews ; born in dau. of ThomasBrumridgeBurton 
India 25 June of " Bakeham," near Englefield 
1844; marr. at Green, co. Surrey, J.P.); born 
Calcutta in Nov. 27 Jan. 1831; entered the Army 
1863 ; died at 30 March 1849, Lieut.-Colonel 
CaIcutta3oNov. 23 July 1879, Colonel 23 July 
1873. 1883, retired with hon. rank of 

Major-General 27 Jan. 1886 ; 
served with the 48th Regiment 
in Crimean War from 21 April 1855, including 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol (medal with 
clasp and Turkish medal). She died at Henley- 
on-Thames, CO. Oxford, aged 31, on Thursday, 
10 Sept., and was bur. there 16 Sept. 1868. He 
marr. 2ndly at Hazaribagh, Bengal, 23 June 
1870, Louisa Caroline, dau. of Captain John 
James Burnell. He died at Reading, co. Berks, 
aged 72, on Friday, 2 May, and was bur. in 
the cemetery at Reading 5 May 1902. Will 
dated 2 June 1887, proved (Prin. Reg., 26, 
1902) 17 May 1902, by Louisa Caroline 
Castle, the relict, the sole Executrix. 



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117 



Major-General Henry Phipson Peacock, = 
born at Avenue Road, Regent's Park, 
London, on Monday, 3 September 1838; 
entered the Army as Cornet 20 September 
1856, Lieutenant 6th Bengal Cavalry 
9 January 1857, Captain 3rd Bengal 
European Cavalry (Cadre) 6 May 1865, 
Brevet-Major 23 July 1876, Major 19 May 
1880, Brevet-Lieut.-Colonel i July 1882, 
Lieut.-Colonel 18 May 1886, Colonel Indian 
Army 20 September 1886, Major-General 
25 April 1895 (retired); served in Indian 
Mutiny 1857-58, at siege and capture of 
Lucknow (medal vyith clasp) ; of the 
Political Department, Government of India, 
since 1868, Political Resident in' Turkish 
Arabia and H.M. Consul-General at Bagdad 
1891-92; on United Service List 1895. 



=Emily, eldest dau. of Robert Moseley Thomas of 




Calcutta, India, by Henrietta his wife, dau. of 
David Bryce, Captain Hon''''^ East India Co.'s 
Service, by Joanna his wife ; born at Calcutta 
26 June 1839; marr. there r8 January 1862. 



(See Pedigree of Thomas, Vol, 6, 
:6.) 



Gertrude Emily, born 
at Calcutta 31 Octo- 
ber 1862 ; died at 
Eastbourne, co. Sussex, 
28 March, bur. in 
Ocklinge Cemetery, 
Eastbourne, 2 April 
1900. 

Eleanor Beatrice, born 
at Dehra Doon, North- 
West Provinces, India, 
10 December 1864, 
and bapt. there. 



Henry Barnes Peacock, 
born at Calcutta 19 
October 1866, and bapt. 
at St. Paul's Cathedral, 
Calcutta ; entered the 
Army as 2nd Lieutenant 
7th Hussars 13 October 
1886, Lieutenant Indian 
Staff Corps 9 May 1888, 
Captain 13 October 
1897 ; Assistant Com- 
missioner at Ajmere, 
Rajputana, India. 



Alice Maud, born at Calcutta 1 1 August 1868; 
marr. at St. Stephen's, South Kensington, 
London (by the Rev. John Congreve, assisted 
by the Rev. James Charles Fox), on Tues- 
day, 12 April 1887, James Frederick Burton 
of Weybridge, co. Surrey (son of Frederick 
Burton) ; born at 3 1 Gloucester Crescent, 
Hyde Park, London, on Friday, 22 August 

I 

Edith Marion, born at Dehra Doon 12 
February 1876, and bapt. there. 



Walter Peacock, born at 4 Kensington Park Gardens, 
London, on Wednesday, 24 May, bapt. at St. John's, 
Netting Hill, London, 20 July 187 1 ; educated at Eton and 
at Trinity College, Cambridge ; Barrister-at-Law of the Inner 
Temple April 1894; Assistant Secretary and Deputy Keeper 
of Records, Duchy of Cornwall, 1901. 




Herbert St. George Peacock, 
born at 2 1 Devonshire Terrace, 
Hyde Park, London, on Friday, 
9 August 1872; educated at 
Eton and at Trinity Hall, 
Cambridge; Barrister-at-Law of 
the Inner Temple June 1894. 



Helen Christine, born at Monghyr, Bengal, India, on Monday, 12 December 1864, and bapt. 
there; marr. at St. Paul's Cathedral, Calcutta, 28 January 1886, Claude Gordon Reid of Helmdon, 
Brackley, co. Northampton (son of Lestock Robert Reid, by Jane Boileau his wife) ; born at 122 
Westbourne Terrace, London, 5 December 1854, bapt. at Holy Trinity, Paddington, London, 
17 April 1855; educated at Harrow. =j= 



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William Eustace Peacock, born in London 
6 February, bapt. at Christ Church, Marylebone, 
London, 15 April 1840; Barrister-at-Law of the 
Inner Temple ; died at Mentone, Alpes Maritimes, 
France, aged 28, on Tuesday, 24 March 1868. 
Will dated 24 March 1868, proved (Prin. Reg., 
353, 68) 18 May 1868, by Frederick Barnes 
Peacock of Gloucester Gardens, Hyde Park, co. 
Middlesex, the brother, the sole Exor. 



Edward Bovill Buckland Peacock, born at 
Gordon Square, London, on Sunday, 3 1 March, 
bapt. at St. Pancras' New Church, London, 
27 June 1844. 

Arthur Warren Lumley Peacock, born at Gordon 
Square, London, on Tuesday, 26 September 
1848, bapt. at St. Pancras' New Church, 
London, 2 May 1849. 



Frank Denman Peacock,= 
born at Gordon Square, 
London, on Tuesday, 
29 January, bapt. at 
St. Pancras' New Church, 
London, 9 July 1850; 
died suddenly at Tilbrook, 
CO. Huntingdon, aged 43, 
on Sunday, i July, bur. 
there 3 July 1894. 



^Emily, dau. of Joseph Baly, by Mary 
his wife, dau. of Lewis Peacock; born 
26 December 1856. She marr. 2ndly 
at South Merstham, co. Surrey, 19 
April 1898, the Rev. Adderley 
Bernard Howard (son of John 
Howard, by Susannah his wife) ; born 
at Sutton Bridge, co. Lincoln, 9 Jan- 
uary, bapt. there 28 February 1853; 
of Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1879; Rector of Loddington, co. 
Northampton, since 1898. 



Constance Emily, born at 
Twickenham, co. Middlesex, 
on Saturday, 25 August, bapt. 
at St. Mary Magdalen's, 
Paddington, London, 13 No- 
vember 1877; marr. -at St. 
Mary's, Battersea, co. Surrey, on 
Tuesday, 2 September 1902, 
Hyde Parker, eldest son of 
Harry Parker, formerly D.C.O. 
ist Bombay Lancers, and grand- 
son of Major-General John 
Boteler Parker, C.B., R.H.A., 
Lieut. -Governor of the Royal 
Military Academy, Woolwich. 



Evelyn Mary, born at Lowes- 
toft, CO. Suffolk, 17 November 
1878; died 3 August, bur. at 
Lowestoft 7 August 1879. 

Cyril Francis Peacock, born 
at Lowestoft i September 
1880. _ 

Trevor Winnington Ingram 
Peacock, born 21 January, 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Twickenham, 29 September 
1882 ; died, aged 10 months, 
28 November, bur. there 
2 December 1882. 



Charles Fanning Peacock, born 
at Gordon Square, London, on 
Wednesday, 23 July, bapt. at the 
Countess of Huntingdon's Chapel, 
North Street, Brighton, 19 Oct. 
1851; died at Dover, co. Kent, 
aged 46, on Monday, i Nov., bur. 
in the cemetery at Dover 6 Nov. 
1897. Admon was granted at 
the Principal Registry 25 Nov. 
1897, to Arthur Warren Lumley 
Peacock. 



Guy Eustace Barnes Peacock, born 
at Belmont, Upper Twickenham, 
on Friday, 19 October 1883, bapt. 
at St. Matthias', Richmond, co. 
Surrey, 4 January 1885. 

Albert Hector Peacock, born 3 
March, bapt. at Tilbrook 29 April 
1888. _ 

Gladys Dorothy, born 7 July, bapt. 
at Tilbrook 15 September 1889; 
died at Tilbrook Cottage, Kim- 
bolton, aged 3|- years, on Thursday, 
9 February, bur. at Tilbrook 14 
February 1893. 



Frederick Peacock of Holm-= 
bury, Alipur, Calcutta, India; 
born at Mentone, France, 
on Tuesday, 10 December 
1867 ; educated at Eton and 
at New College, Oxford, 
matriculated 1 8 January 1887, 
aged 19; Barrister-at-law of 
the Inner Temple 1889. 



=Laura, 2nd dau. of the Rev. John 
Mount Barlow, Rector of Ewhurst, 
CO. Surrey, by Charlotte Eliza his 
wife, dau. of Thomas Clutterbuck of 
Warkworth, co. Northampton; born 
at Ewhurst 8 October, bapt. there 
4 November 1866 ; marr. at the 
Priory Church, Malvern, co. Wor- 
cester, on Tuesday, 21 July 1896. 



Millicent Alice, born at 
Calcutta 9 November 1873; 
marr. at Calcutta 7 March 
1896, Harold Barlow of 
Cuttack, Bengal, India, son 
of the Rev. John Mount 
Barlow, Rector of Ewhurst, 
by Charlotte Eliza his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Clutterbuck 
of Warkworth. =j= 
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Frederick Lyon Peacock, born at 
Barnard's Green House, Malvern, on 
Sunday, 4 June, bapt. at St. Andrew's, 
in the parish of Christ Church, 
Great Malvern, 21 July 1899. 




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Facsimile of a Miniature Portrait of John Freeman 
of Thornham Parva, co. Suffolk, in the possession of 
the Rev. John Major Freeman, his grandson. 



JTreeman. 



John Major Freeman of Thornham Parva= 
and afterwards of Eye, co. Suffolk (only 
child of John Freeman of Thornham Parva 
[Miniature portrait in the possession of his 
grandson, the Rev. John Major Freeman'] ); 
born 3 September 1805, bapt. at Thornham 
Parva 2 March 1806 ; died at Eye, aged 
30, 3 September 1835, and bur. at the 
Baptist Chapel, Eye. M.I. Silhouette in 
the possession of his son, the Rev. John 
Major Freeman. 



umy^ 




=Charlotte Barker of Thornhani 
Parva ; born at Thornham Parva 
13 May 1804; died at Eye, 
aged 59, 5 February, bur. in 
the cemetery there 1 1 February 
1862. Silhouette in the possession 
of her son, the Rev. John Major 
Freeman. Will dated 27 July 
1855, proved at Bury St. 
Edmunds 21 February 1862, 
by the Rev. Cornelius Elven of 
Bury St. Edmunds and John 
Major Freeman of Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, the son, the Exors. 



Arma Charlotte, born Martha Charlotte, born at Thornham 

21 July, baptised Parva 13 July 1826, bapt. at Eye 

privately at Thorn- 9 April 1827 ; died unmarried at 

ham Parva 28 August Playford Vicarage, co. Suffolk, aged 

1825 ; died 19 Feb- 74, on Friday, 14 December, bur. at 

ruary 1826. Playford on Monday, 17 December 

1900. Will dated 9 March 1881, 

proved at Ipswich 15 January 1901, 

by the Rev. John Major Freeman, the 

brother, the sole Exor. 



Anna, born at Eye 25 June 
1828 ; died unmarried at Eye, 
aged 51, II June, bur. in 
the cemetery at Eye 1 5 June 
1880. Will dated 30 June 
1863, proved at Bury St. 
Edmunds 19 July 1880, by 
the Rev. John Major Freeman 
of Playford, co. Suffolk, the 
brother, the sole Exor. 



Charlotte Bridget, 
bom 13 April 1831; 
died I April 1833. 



Rev. John Major Freeman, born at Eye 5 September 
1832, bapt. as an adult at Redlingfield, co. Suffolk, 
29 July i860; educated at Eye Grammar School 
and at Durham University, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1875 ; 
Vicar of Playford with Culpho, co. Suffolk, from 1880. 



Newton Freeman, 
bom 1 7 January ; 
died 17 April 1835. 




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^arington, formerl|) of Corston> to. 
Somerset. 



Henry Hawes Harington of Madras, India (3rd son= 
of the Rev. John Harington, D.D., Rector of 
Chalbury, co. Dorset, and of Thruxton, co. Hants, 
and Prebendary of Salisbury Cathedral [Yatesbury 
Stall], by Rachel his wife, eldest dau. of the Rev. 
Henry Hawes, Rector of Bemerton, co. Wilts); born 
31 August 1770; a Banker at Madras, India; died 
at Hans Place, London, aged 63, 12 December 1832. 
Adfnon (with will annexed, dated 21 April 1832) was 
granted (P.C.C, 27 Farquhar) to Martha Harington, 
the relict and residuary legatee during life or widow- 
hood, named in the will, the Rev. James Eyre, the 
brother, William Burnie and John Burnie, the 
surviving Exors and surviving residuary legatees, 
having first renounced. 



=Martha, dau. of Robert Nicholls, Captain 
87th Regiment; marr. 3 June 1806; died 
at 6 Wybum Villas, Surbiton, co. Surrey, 
aged 84, on Friday, 26 September, bur. 
in the churchyard at St. Mark's, Surbiton, 
I October 1873. Will dated 13 July 
1872, proved (Prin. Reg., 705, 73) 29 
October 1873, by Arthur Montgomery 
Harington, a Lieutenant in H.M. Rifle 
Brigade, the grandson, the Rev. Charles 
Sumner Harington of Hurstmonceux 
Place, Hailsham, co. Sussex, and Albert 
Edmund Loughborough of 23 Austin 
Friars, in the City of London, the Exors. 



Louisa Ann, born 4 
April 1807; married 
William Hawes (her 
cousin). She died at 
Farley House, Sur- 
biton, CO. Surrey, aged 
71, I March, bur. in 
the churchyard at St. 
Mark's, Surbiton, 6 
March 1879. Admon 
was granted at the 
Principal Registry 3 
April 1879, to William 
Harington Hawes of 
Vyvyan Lodge, Tyn- 
dall's Park, Bristol, 
a Colonel in Her 
Majesty's Army, the 
son, and one of the 
next of kin. =t= 



Sir Henry Byng Harington, K.C.S.I. ;= 
born 10 April 1808 ; entered the Bengal 
Army 1824, transferred to the Bengal 
Civil Service i828,Lieut.-Interpreter and 
Quartermaster with the 37 th Bengal 
Native Infantry; Member of the Legisla- 
tive Council for the North -Western 
Provinces, India, 1863-65, then nomi- 
nated Lieut.-Governor for the North- 
western Provinces but resigned without 
holding office; subsequently Member of 
the Council of the Governor-General of 
India ; received the Order of the Star 
of India in recognition of his public 
services 24 May 1866; died suddenly at 
70 Oxford Terrace, Hyde Park, London, 
aged63,onSaturday, 70ct., bur. inKensal 
Green Cemetery, London, 13 Oct. 187 1. 
Will dated 7 Dec. 1868, with codicil dated 
7 Feb. 1871, proved (Prin. Reg., 729, 71) 
10 Nov. 1 87 1, by Thomas Loughborough 
of Austin Friars, London, the surviving 
Exor. 



=Sarah Ann Russell, eldest dau. 
of Robert Moseley Thomas 
of Calcutta, India, Attorney- 
at-Law, by Ann Trepaud 
Macdougall Campbell his wife ; 
born at Calcutta 3 December 
1809; marr. there 12 Sep- 
tember 1829 ; died at East- 
bourne, CO. Sussex, aged 82, 
II December, bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, London, 17 
December 187 1. Will dated 
23 February 1885, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 308, 92) 5 March 
1892, by Albert Edmund 
Loughborough and Harington 
Gordon Forbes, the Exors. 

(See Pedigree of Thomas, 
Vol. 6, page 46.) 



Henry Baring Louisa Georgina, born at Cawnpore, North- West Provinces, India, 23 October 
Harington, born 1831; marr. at Agra, North-West Provinces, India, 19 November 1853, John 
at Meerut, North- Walter Sherer, C.S.I. (2nd son of John Walter Sherer, Accountant-General of 
West Provinces, Bengal, by Mary his wife, dau. of the Rev. John Corrie, Rector of Morcott, co. 
India, 9 August Rutland, and sister of the Rt. Rev. Daniel Corrie, ist Bishop of Madras); born 
1830; died at sea at Snenton Manor, Nottingham, 31 December 1823; educated at Rugby and at 
6 February 1836. Haileybury; reached India 1846, of the Bengal Civil Service; Assistant 
Secretary to Government North-West Provinces 1850, attached to General 
Havelock's force in the advance on Cawnpore 1857, Magistrate and Collector 
of Cawnpore and Judge of Mirsapore the same year; Fellow of the University of Calcutta; 
created C.S.I. 1866; Author of "At Home and in India," and various other works. She died 
at Allahabad, North-West Provinces, India, aged 32, 11 June 1865, and was bur. there. He 
marr. 2ndly at West Brompton, co. Middlesex, 26 September 1867, Annie, younger dau. of 
Colonel Edward John Watson of the 59th Bengal Native Infantry, by Jane Campbell his wife, 
dau. of Robert Moseley Thomas of Calcutta, India, Attorney-at-Law; born at Barrackpore, India, 
II September 1836. =r 

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Amelia Martha, born 26 April 1809 ; 
died unmarried at Oakleigh Villa, 
Surbiton, co. Surrey, in her 70th year, 
on Sunday, 24 November, bur. in 
the churchyard at St. Mark's, Surbiton, 
29 November 1878. Adinon was 
granted at the Principal Registry 24 
February 1879, to Louisa Ann 
Hawes of Farley House, Surbiton, 
CO. Surrey, widow, the sister, and one 
of the next of kin. A further admon 
(left unadministered by Louisa Ann 
Hawes) was granted at the Principal 
Registry 26 April 1879, to Mary 
Charlotte Rice of 2 Silverdale, Surbiton, 
widow, the sister, and one other of the 
next of kin. 



Lieut.-Colonel Thomas Lowth=f.Emily Octavia, 4th 



Harington, born at Reading, 
CO. Berks, 27 March 181 1 ; 
Lieut.-Colonel 5th Regiment 
Bengal Light Cavalry; died 
suddenly at Picton Villa, Sur- 
biton Hill, CO. Surrey, aged 
49, on Good Friday, 6 April, 
bur. at St. Mark's, Surbiton, 
12 April i860. Will dated 
20 June 1856, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 315, 60) 22 May i860, 
by Emily Octavia Harington 
of Picton Villas, Surbiton 
Hill, Kingston-on-Thames, co. 
Surrey, the relict, and one of 
the Exors. 



dau. of Daniel Ball of 
Brompton Square, co. 
Middlesex, by Harriet 
his wife ; born at 
Chiswell Street, Lon- 
don, 2 February 1820; 
marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Brompton, co. Middle- 
sex (by the Rev. 
Robert Samuel Battis- 
combe), on Tuesday, 
2 June 1840, 



Henry Ball Harington, born at 
Juanpore, India, 15 June, bapt. 
21 November 1841 ; died 
unmarried at Newport, co. 
Monmouth, aged 40, 9 July, 
bur. in the cemetery at New- 
port 12 July 1 88 1. 



Thomas Alexander Nicholls 
Harington, born at Sultanpur, 
Benares, North- West Provinces, 
India, 18 November 1843, bapt. 
29 April 1844; died at Muttra, 
North-West Provinces, India, 
20 June 1844. 



Emily Charlotte Amelia, born 
at Muttra 24 March, bapt. 
15 June 1845 ; died at Bath, 
CO. Somerset, in her 50th 
year, on Monday, 4 February, 
bur. in Locksbrook Cemetery, 
Bath, 9 February 1895. 



Charles Anderson Harington, 
born at Mussoorie, North- 
West Provinces, India, 7 Sep- 
tember, bapt. 17 October 
1847 ; died at Meerut, 
North-West Provinces, India, 
27 June 1848. 



Robert Nicholls Harington, born 
at Meerut 5 October 1848, bapt. 
13 September 1849; entered the 
Army as Ensign in the 104th 
Regiment 18 December 1866, 
Lieutenant Bengal Staff Corps 
26 June 1869, Wing Officer 
and Quarter-Master 29th Bengal 
Native Infantry; died at Kohat, 
Punjab, India, 17 October 1878, 
and bur. there. Admon was 
granted at the Principal Registry 
1 3 March 1879, to Emily Octavia 
Harington of 20 Kensington 
Place, Bath, co. Somerset, the 
mother, and only next of kin. 



Margaret Mary, Ellen Amelia, born at Baroda, Bombay, India, 18 November 1834; marr. at 

born at Allaha- Agra, North-West Provinces, India, 12 May 1853, Francis Charles Forbes 

bad 6 April (son of Gordon Forbes of Ham, co. Surrey, formerly of the Bengal Civil 

1833; died at Service); born at Ham 8 June 1830; of the Bengal Civil Service; died at 

Cawnpore 18 Alexandria, Egypt, aged 31, 18 June 1S61. She died at Richmond, co. 

April 1835. Surrey, aged 60, on Monday, 21 January, and was bur. in the cemetery at 
Richmond 24 January 1895. T" 

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Mary Charlotte, born 13 August 181 2; marr. Colonel James George Allerton 
Rice of the Bengal Army, retired ; died at Lawn Villa, Bognor, co. Sussex, 
aged 61, on Saturday, 13 May, bur. at South Bersted, co. Sussex, 17 
May 1871. Will dated 2 February 1871, proved (Prin. Reg., 568, 71) 
10 August 187 1, by Mary Charlotte Rice of 6 Wyburn Villas, Surbiton, 
CO. Surrey, the relict, the sole Executrix. She died suddenly at Waterloo 
House, Bognor, aged 66, on Saturday, 26 July, and was bur. at South 
Bersted 30 July 1879. Will dated 2 October 1874, proved (Prin. Reg., 
876, 79) 21 October 1879, by Alexander Davidson Kemp of Cromarty 
House, Cromwell Road, South Kensington, co. Middlesex, one of the Exors. 



I 



William Burnie 
Harington, died 
unmarried at Sur- 
biton Hill, CO. 
Surrey, aged 34, 
on Tuesday, 2 1 
February, bur. at 
St. Mark's, Sur- 
biton, 2 7 Feb- 
ruary 1854. 



Grace Ellen, born at Nakodur, 
Punjab, India, 8 November 1853, 
bapt. at Ferozepore, Punjab, 6 May 
1854 ; marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Murree, Punjab (by the Rev. 
George Peake, the Chaplain), on 
Tuesday, 26 October 1880, Edwin 
Fulcher Stranack of London (son 
of Frederick William Stranack, by 
Eliza Georgiana Fulcher his wife); 
born in London 18 February, bapt. 
at St. Mark's, Whitechapel, co. 
Middlesex (by the Rev. William 
Weldon Champneys, the Rector, 
afterwards Dean of Lichfield), 28 
July 1848 ; educated at Pinner. 



I 



Herbert Septimus Harington,= 
born at Ferozepore, Punjab, 
20 April, bapt. there 1 1 May 
1855; educated at WelHng- 
ton College 1867-72, and at 
Cooper's Hill College 1872 
-7 5 ; Member of the Institute 
of Civil Engineers and Public 
Works Department, Govern- 
ment of India. 



= Wanda, only dau. of Andrew 
Biernacki Thompson of 
Russian Poland, Government 
of Warsaw (who, in 1886-87, 
reverted to his original sur- 
name of Biernacki only), by 
Elizabeth Brewster his wife, of 
Drumbathy House, Airdrie, 
CO. Lanark ; born at Glasgow 
10 October, bapt. at Barrack 
Street Church, Glasgow, 19 
November 1859 ; marr. at 
St. James', Lahore, Punjab, 
25 April 1878. 



Thomas Biernacki Wanda Grace Biernacki, born at Herbert Andrzej Biernacki Harington, 



Harington, born at 
Thelum, India, 12 
July 1879; died 
20 June 1880. 



Rawul Pindi, India, 2 September, 
bapt. there 24 September 1881. 



Ethel Clarice Biernacki, born at 
Dunga Gali, India, 9 July, bapt. 
there 16 August 1886. 



born at Dunga Gali, India, 3 August, 
bapt. there 21 September 1888. 



Helen Vera Biernacki, born at Rawul 
Pindi, India, 9 February, bapt. there 
2 April 1 89 1. 



Lieut.-Colonel Frederick Donelly Harington, born at Allahabad,= 
North- West Provinces, India, 10 February 1836; entered the Army 
as Ensign 10 December 1854, Lieutenant 23 November 1856, Captain 
10 December 1866, Major Bengal Staff Corps 10 December 1874, 
Lieut.-Colonel, Deputy-Commissioner (3rd-class) Jhelum District, 
Punjab, India; served throughout the Sonthal Campaign 1855 ; died 
at Gujerat, Punjab, on Thursday, 13 September 1883. 



^Charlotte Cecilia, dau. 
of Dr. Carey; marr. at 
Jhelum, Punjab, 30 
April 1869 ; died at 
Dalhousie, Punjab, on 
Saturday, 9 October 
1875- 



Arthur William Donelly Harington, born at Rohtuck, India, 
7 January 1873; 2nd Lieutenant Gloucester Regiment 27 
January 1892, Lieutenant Indian Staff Corps 8 June 1893. 



Charles Herbert Harington, 
born at Dalhousie, Punjab 
28 July 1874. 



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Hastings Hawes 
Harington, born 
IS May, bapt. 14 
September, and 
diedatPeshawur, 
Punjab, India, 22 
October 1856. 



Octavia Georgiana (Eva), born at Surbiton, co. Surrey, on Friday, 16 
December 1859, bapt. at Norbiton, co. Surrey, 13 January i860; marr. at 
St. John the Baptist's, Bath wick, co. Somerset (by the Rev. Frederick 
Scobell Boissier, assisted by the Rev. James Dunn, the Vicar), on Tuesday, 
II October 1881, Arthur Henry Boissier of Shrublands, Banbury, co. Oxford 
(3rd son of the Rev. Peter Henry Boissier of CUfton, co. Gloucester, by 
Louisa Sophia his wife, only dau. of the Rev. Edward Scobell, Rector of 
Turville, co. Buckingham, and of St. Peter's, Vere Street, Marylebone, 
London); born at the Vicarage, Turville, on Wednesday, 22 August, bapt. 
at Turville 23 September 1855 ; educated at Bristol and at University 
College, London; L.R.C.P. Lond. 1879, M.R.C.S. Eng. 1879. 



I 



{See Pedigree of Boissier, page 67.) 



Mary Ann, born at Allahabad, North-West Provinces, India, i January 1839; Edward Henry 

marr. at Agra, North-West Provinces, India, 13 April 1857, Alfred Lisle Harington, born 

March-Phillipps (son of the Rt. Hon'''^ Samuel March-Phillipps, Permanent at Simla, Pun- 

Under-Secretary Home Department, by Charemile his wife, dau. of Charles jab, India, 10 

Grant, M.P., Director of the Hon'''^ East India Company, and sister of July 1842; died 

Charles, ist Baron Glenelg of Glenelg, co. Inverness) ; born in London there the foUow- 

30 June 1824; of the Bengal Civil Service; died at Hitcham, co. Suffolk, ing year, 
aged 63, 3 September, bur. there 8 September 1887. She died at Agra, 
aged 20, 25 March 1859, and bur. there. =i= 



Colonel Arthur Montgomery Harington, born at Goruckpore, India, 16 July 1847; entered the 
Army as Ensign 20 February 1867, Lieutenant Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort's Own) 28 October 
1871, Instructor of Musketry 14 May 1875, Captain 15 February 1879, Colonel Egyptian 
Gendarmerie ; embarked for the Gold Coast with the 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade, and served 
throughout the second phase of the Ashanti War in 1874, including the battles of Amoaful and 
Ordahsu, and capture of Coomassie (medal with clasp) ; served in the expedition to the 
Soudan under Sir Gerald Graham in 1884 with the Egyptian Army (medal and Khedive's star) ; 
marr. Mary, dau. of John Macdonald, Captain 92nd Highlanders, who died at Alexandria, 
Egypt, 24 March 1900. 



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125 



^feinner of %\)t C{)antrp, Ipstotcib* 

CO. ^uffolfe. 



The Very Rev. John Skinner (elder son of the Rt. Rev. John Skinner,= 
Bishop of Aberdeen, and Primus of Scotland); born 20 August 1769; 
educated at Marischal College, Aberdeen ; Pastor of St. John's, Forfar, 
for 44 years, Dean of Dunkeld and Dunblane; Author of "Annals of 
Scottish Episcopacy"; marr. 2ndly at Dundee 9 June 1822, Innes, dau. of 
John Dufif of Dundee. She died at The Laurels, Malvern Link, co. 
Worcester, aged 92 years and 6 months, on Tuesday, 23 April, and 
was bur. at Newland, Malvern Link, 27 April 1872. M.I. He died 
at Forfar, aged 72, 2 September, and was bur. at St. John's, Forfar, 
9 September 1841. Memorial brass erected by members of the 
congregation at St. John's, Forfar, in 1853, also a memorial window 
given by his son, Charles Binny Skinner. 



=Elizabeth, dau. of 
John Ure, Provost 
of Forfar ; marr. at 
Forfar 19 August 
1798 (proclamation 
of banns dated 18 
August 1798); died 
in 1 8 18, and bur. 
at St John's, Forfar. 



Charles Binny Skinner of The Chantry, Ipswich, co.= 
Suffolk, and of 5 7 Eccleston Square, London (4th son) ; 
born 21 August, bapt. at St. John's, Forfar, 31 August 
1808; died at The Chantry, Ipswich, aged 81, on 
Monday, 2 September, bur. at Newland, Malvern Link, 
on Friday, 6 September 1889. Will dated 9 June 1882, 
with three codicils dated respectively 12 October 1882, 
3 February 1886, and 30 May 1887, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 952, 89) 13 November 1889, by John Steuart of 
Ballechin, Tullypowrie, co. Perth, the nephew, John 
Matheson Macdonald of 3 Lombard Street, in the City 
of London, and Walter George Andrewes of Blaeneau 
Festiniog, co. Merioneth, the Exors. 




-Frances Mary, eldest dau. of Lieut.- 
Colonel Charles Andrewes of the 
14th Light Dragoons, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of Thomas Fothergill- 
Cooke ; born at Dedham, co. Essex, 
II November 1827; marr. at Christ 
Church, Albany Street, St. Pancras, 
London (by the Rev. Robert Andrews, 
B.D., Senior Fellow of Emmanuel 
College, Cambridge), on Tuesday, 
5 February 1850; died at Holt, co. 
Dorset, 11 July, bur. in Brompton 
Cemetery, London, 14 July 1900. Will 
dated 21 December 1891, with two 
codicils dated respectively 28 January 
1898 and 6 March 1898, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1231, 1900) 21 August 1900, by 
Sir Alexander Wilson, Knt., and Hugh 
Stirling, the Exors. 



Frances Mary, born 8 December, bapt. 
at Bishop's College, Calcutta, India, 
28 December 1850 ; marr. at St. 
Barnabas', Pimlico, London (by the 
Rev. George Cosby White, assisted 
by the Rev. Euseby Digby Cleaver), 
on Wednesday, 23 July 1873, the 
Rev.Henry Langston Rumsey(eldest 
son of Henry Wyldbore Rumsey 
of St. Mary-le-Crypt, Gloucester); 
born 17 October 1838, and bapt. at 
St. Mary-le-Crypt, Gloucester ; of 
New College, Oxford, matriculated 3 
June 1857, aged 18, Fellow 1857-74, 
B.A. 1861, M.A. 1864; Rector of 
St. John's, Maddermarket, Norwich, 
1872-82, Vicar of Hoar Cross, co. 
Stafford, 1882-85, and of Denstone, 
Uttoxeter, co. Stafford, 1885-98. 



Charles Lancelot Andrewes= 
Skinner of The Chantry, 
Ipswich, and of 57 Eccle- 
ston Square, London; born 
3 August, bapt. at Calcutta 
24 August 1853 ; educated 
at Eton and at Trinity Col- 
lege, Cambridge ; Lieu- 
tenant 4th (Queen's Own) 
Hussars 5 June 1876, 
Captain 4th Battalion Glou- 
cester Regiment (Militia) 
1889-95, Captain and Hon. 
Major 3rd Battalion Suffolk 
Regiment (Militia) 1 7 April 
1895 to 1896; J. P. for CO. 
Wilts; Member of the 
London School Board since 
1894. 

126 



=LadySara Kathleen, youngest 
dau. of the Rev. Walter Wil- 
liam Brabazon, Earl of Bess- 
borough, formerly Rector of 
Stutton, CO. Suffolk, and Rural 
Dean of Samford, by Lady 
Louisa Susan Cornwallis his 
wife, elder dau. of Edward 
Granville, 3rd Earl of St. 
Germans, G.C.B. ; born at 
Canford, co. Dorset, on Mon- 
day, 5 August, bapt. there 
24 August i86t ; marr. at 
Stutton (by the Rev. Barring- 
ton Mills, Rector of Lawshall, 
CO. Suffolk) on Tuesday, 26 
June 1883. 



I 
Rev. James Skinner (youngest son), born at Forfar 23 Tune,=i=Ames, 2nd dau. of 



bapt. at St. John's, Forfar (by the Rev. James Cruikshank), 
30 June 1 818; educated at Marischal College, Aberdeen, 
admitted a foundation scholar on the opening of Durham 
University, B.A. 1836, M.A. 1840; Chaplain to H.M. Forces 
at Corfu, Vicar of Newland, co. Gloucester, 1861-77; Author 
of "A Guide for Advent," and several other works; died at 
II The Paragon, Bath, co. Somerset, aged 63, on Thursday, 
29 December 1881, bur. at Newland, Malvern Link, co. 
Worcester, 5 January 1882. M.I. Will dated 13 August 1867, 
with codicil dated 25 February 1873, proved (Prin. Reg., 
241, 82) 9 March 1882, by Agnes Skinner of 11 The Paragon, 
Bath, CO. Somerset, the relict, the sole Executrix. 



the Rev. Oliver 
Raymond, LL.B., 
Rector of Middleton 
and Vicar of Bulmer 
with Belchamp, co. 
Essex ; marr. at 
Middleton (by the 
Rev. Henry Ray- 
mond Smythies) on 
Tuesday, 18 July 
1848. 



Agnes Raymond, died at the Warden's 
Lodge, Newland, Malvern Link, aged 
18, on Thursday, 6 February, bur. at 
Newland, Malvern Link, 12 February 
1868. M.L 



Other 
issue. 



Edgar William Dudley 
Skinner, bom 28 Au- 
gust, bapt. at Calcutta, 
India, 29 September 
1855 ; died at 57 
Eccleston Square, 
London, in his 23rd 
year, on Saturday, 6 
April, bur. in Bromp- 
ton Cemetery, Lon- 
don, 10 April 1878. 



Agatha Grace Innes Elizabeth, born at 57 Eccleston Square, 

Catherine, born London, on Good Friday, 22 April, bapt. at St. 

at 57 Eccleston Barnabas', Pimlico, London, 12 May 1859; marr. at 

Square, London, Sproughton, co. Suffolk (by the Rev. Henry Langston 

on Wednesday, Rumsey, Vicar of Denstone, co. Stafford, brother-in- 

5 August, bapt. law of the bride, assisted by the Rev. William Henry 

at St. Paul's, Cleaver, Rector of Pulham St. Mary, co. Norfolk), on 

Knightsbridge, Tuesday, 4 January 1887, the Rev. Cecil George Paget 

London, 29 Au- (3rd son of Colonel Leopold Grimstone Paget, R.A., 

gust 1857. of Park Homer, Wimborne, co. Dorset, by Georgiana 

Theodosia his wife, only child of the Rev. John Fitz- 

more Halsey of Gaddesden Park, co. Hertford) ; born 

at Gaddesden Park on Sunday, 19 June 1853; of Christ 

Church, Oxford, matriculated 1 1 October 1872, aged 19, 

Junior Student 1872-76, B.A. 1877, M.A. 1879; Vicar 

of Holt, CO. Dorset, since 1884. 



Edgar Louis Skinner, born at The Chantry, 
Ipswich, on Sunday, 7 September, bapt. at 
Sproughton, co. Suffolk, 29 September 1884; 
educated at Eton. 



Marjorie Isabel, born at 57 Eccleston Square, 
London, on Monday, 1 2 October, bapt. at St. 
Barnabas', Pimlico, London, i November 1885 



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Helen Ann Flora, 
born at Came 
House, CO. Dorset, 
on Monday, 30 
September, bapt. at 
Came 20 October 
1861. 



Alan Cameron Skinner= 
of 2 1 St. George's Square, 
London ; born at Came 
House on Saturday, 17 
October, bapt. at Came 
8 November 1863 ; 
educated at Wellington 
College. 



=Coeline, dau. of Colonel Arthur James Nixon 
of the Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort's 
Own), by Emily Winifreda his wife, dau. of 
Admiral the Honi=i= Sir Montagu Stopford, 
K.C.B.; born at Blackheath, co. Kent, 5 January, 
bapt. at Old Charlton, co. Kent, 30 January 
1861 ; marr. at St. Thomas', Winchester, co. 
Hants, 14 April 1896. 



John Edward Montagu Skinner, 
born at 24 Gloucester Street, 
London, 26 February, bapt. at 
St. Barnabas', Pimlico, London, 
25 March 1897. 



Hugh Charles Skinner, born 
at 24 Gloucester Street, 
London, 18 November, bapt. 
at St. Barnabas', Pimlico, 
London, 15 December 1898. 



Michael Cameron Skinner, born 
at 24 Gloucester Street, Lon- 
don, 15 December 1899, bapt. 
at St. Barnabas', Pimlico, 
London, 16 January 1900. 



Wilfrid John Skinner, bom 
at Came House on Sunday, 

29 October, bapt. at Came 

30 November 1865; died 27 
January 1867, and bur. at 
Newland, Malvern Link, co. 
Worcester. 



Edith Agnes, born at 57 Eccleston Square, London, on 
Tuesday, 24 March, bapt. at St. Barnabas', Pimlico, London, 
on Easter Day, 12 April 1868; marr. there 7 June 1894, 
Robert Heywood Hughes of Cleeve, Ivybridge, South Devon 
(5th son of Sir Alfred Hughes, 9th Bart., by Maria his wife, 
eldest dau. of Colonel John Smith of Ellingham Hall, co. 
Norfolk) ; born 2 November 1865. 



Faith Mary Wordsworth, born 
at The Chantry, Ipswich, co. 
Suffolk, on Monday, 8 August, 
bapt. at Sproughton 21 Sep- 
tember 1887. 



Lilian Frances, born at Down 
Amney House, Cricklade, 
CO. Wilts, on Monday, 12 
October, bapt. at Down 
Amney 30 November 1891. 



Philip John Lancelot Skirmer 
born at The Chantry, Ipswich, 
on Tuesday, 23 January, bapt. 
at Sproughton 24 February 
1894. 




12S 



HALIFAX. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Azure, three woodmen in 
fess proper, each bearing on his dexter arm an escutcheon 
argent, charged with a cross gules, and on his sinister 
shoulder his club of the second, on a canton ermine three 
lozenges conjoined in fess sable. 

Crest. — A like woodman, the escutcheon sable, charged with a 

griffin's head, erased argent. 
Supporters. — On either side a gryphon sable, gorged with a collar, 

pendent therefrom a portcullis or. 

Motto. — Perseverando. 



JIaltfay. 



Sir Francis Lindley Wood of Pontefract, co. York, Bart, (eldest son= 
of Charles Wood of Bowling Hall, co. York, by Caroline his wife, 
dau. and coheir of Thomas Lacon Barker of Otley, co. York) ; born 
i6 December 1771; High Sheriff for co. York 1814; succeeded 
his uncle, Sir Francis Wood, as 2nd Bart. 9 July 1795 ; died, aged 75, 
31 December 1846, bur. at Hickleton, co. York, 8 January 1847. 
M.I. Will dated 9 June 1843, with three codicils dated respectively 
15 March 1845, 27 July 1845 and 25 February 1846. Proved at 
York 3 May 1847, by Sir Charles Wood, Bart., the son, and Sir 
William Bryan Cooke, Bart., the joint Exors. 



rAnne, eldest dau. and 
coheir of Samuel Buck 
of New Grange and Park 
Hill, CO. York, Recorder 
of Leeds, co. York ; marr. 
at Leeds 15 January 
1798; died at Hickleton, 
aged 68, 1 1 January, bur. 
there 18 January 1841. 
M.L 



The Rt. Hon"^ Charles Wood, P.C., G.C.B., Viscount Halifax of Monk= 
Bretton in the West Riding, co. York, in the Peerage of the United 
Kingdom, and a Baronet ; born at Pontefract, co. York, 20 December 
1800, bapt. at Hemsworth, co. York, 26 March 1803 ; educated at Eton 
and at Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 28 January 18 18, aged 17, B.A. 
and double ist-class 1821, M.A. 1824; a Student of Lincoln's Inn 1822; 
M.P. for Great Grimsby 1826-31, Wareham 1831-32, Halifax 1832-65, 
and for Ripon 1865-66 ; Joint Secretary to the Treasury to August 
1832 to November 1834, Secretary to the Admiralty April 1835 to 
September 1839, Chancellor of the Exchequer 6 July 1846-52, sworn a 
Privy Councillor 1846, President of the Board of Control for India 

30 December 1852-55, First Lord of the Admiralty 8 February 1855 to 
26 February 1858; created G.C.B. (Civil) 19 June 1856; Secretary of 
State and President of the Council for India 18 June 1859 to 16 
February 1866, being raised to the Peerage as Viscount Halifax of Monk 
Bretton in the West Riding, co. York, 21 February 1866, Lord Privy Seal 
6 July 1870 to 21 February 1874; succeeded his father as 3rd Bart. 

31 December 1846; died at Hickleton, in his 85th year, on Saturday, 
8 August, bur. there 13 August 1885. M.I. Will dated 2 April 1880, 
proved at Wakefield 2 January 1886, by the Rt. Hon*"'*^ Charles Lindley, 
Viscount Halifax, of Hickleton, the son, and the Hon'''= John Charles 
Dundas of Mount St. John, Thirsk, co. York, the Exors. 



=Lady Mary, C.I., 
youngest dau. of 
Charles, 2nd Earl 
Grey, K.G., by the 
Hon^'^ Mary Elizabeth 
his wife, only dau. 
of William Brabazon, 
ist Baron Ponsonby 
of Imokilly, co. Cork; 
born 3 May 1807 ; 
marr. by licence at 
St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 30 
July 1829 ; died at 
Belgrave Square, Lon- 
don, aged 77, on 
Sunday, 6 July, bur. 
at Hickleton 11 July 
1884. M.I. 



Mary Frances Charles Lindley Wood, Viscount Halifax of Monk= 
Louisa, born Bretton in the West Riding, co. York, in the Peerage 
13 July 1833; of the United Kingdom, and a Baronet; born at the 
died, aged 2, Admiralty, London, 7 June, bapt. at St. Martin-in-the- 
2 June, and Fields, London, 6 July 1839 ; educated at Eton and at 
bur. at St. Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 27 May 1858, 
Martin-in-the- aged 19, B.A. 1863, M.A. 1865 ; on Council of Keble 
Fields, Lon- College, Oxford, 1880; Equerry and Groom of the Bed- 
don, 5 June chamber to H.R.H. Prince of Wales (now H.M. King 
1835. M.I. at Edward VII.) 1862-70; Captain ist West Riding, co. 
Hickleton. York, Yeomanry Cavalry 1872-75 ; President of the 

English Church Union, an Ecclesiastical Commissioner 
for England since 1886; F.S.A. ; Patron of Hickleton 
and UUey Vicarages, co. York ; succeeded his father as 
2nd Viscount and 4th Bart. 8 August 1885. 



=Lady Agnes Elizabeth 
Courtenay, only dau. 
of William Reginald, 
nth Earl of Devon, 
by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Hugh, 
ist Earl Fortescue ; 
born I May, bapt. 
at Powderham, co. 
Devon, 6 June 1838; 
marr. at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, Lon- 
don, 22 April i86g. 



132 



Anne, born 27 January, bapt. at Hemsworth, co. York, 26 March 1803; Francis Samuel 
marr. there 29 March 1824, John VValbanke Childers of Cantley, co. York Wood, born i 
(eldest son of Colonel John Walbanke Childers of Cantley, A.D.C. to Aug., bapt. at 
H.R.H. the Duke of York, by Selina his wife, 3rd dau. and coheir of Hemsworth 12 
Sir Sampson, Lord Eardley); born 27 May 1798; of Christ Church, Oxford, Sept. 1809; died 
matriculated 24 October 1816, aged 18, B.A. 1825, M.A. 1834; J.P., M.P. unmarried at 
for CO. Cambridge 1832-33, and for Malton February 1836 to April 1846, Hickleton, co. 
and 1847-52. She died at Cantley, in her 6ist year, on Wednesday, 24 June, York, aged 33, 
and was bur. there 30 June 1863. M.I. He marr. 2ndly at Tansley, co. 22 April, bur. 
Derby, on Thursday, 17 May 1866, Selena, eldest dau. of Edward Radford there 28 April 
of Tansley Wood, co. Derby, J.P. and D.L., by Eliza Diana his wife, youngest 1843. M.I. 
dau. of Childers Walbanke Childers of Cantley Hall. He died at Cantley 
Lodge, Doncaster, co. York, in his 88th year, on Monday, 8 February, and 
was bur. at Cantley 12 February 1 886. M.L Will dated 12 February 1877, 
with codicil dated 25 September 1882, proved at Wakefield 14 May 1886, by 
Childers Henry Thompson of Winster, co. Derby, and Robert Baxter of 
Church Road, Upper Norwood, co. Surrey, two of the Exors. Power 
reserved to the Rt. Hon"' Hugh Culling Eardley Childers, the nephew, the 
other Exor named in the will. =p 



Emily Charlotte, a Lady of Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem in England ; born 
at Eaton Square, London, 19 July, bapt. at St. Peter's, Pimlico, London, 23 August 1840; 
marr. at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 11 August 1863, Hugo Francis Meynell Ingram 
of Temple Newsam, co. York, and of Hoar Cross, co. Stafford (only son of Hugo Charles 
Meynell Ingram of Temple Newsam and of Hoar Cross Hall, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 
1826, by Georgiana his wife, dau. of Frederick Pigou of Hill Street, Berkeley Square, London) ; 
of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 15 May 1839, aged 18; J.P., D.L. and M.P. for 
West Staffordshire ; died at 30 Wilton Crescent, London, 26 May, bur. at Yoxall, co. Stafford, 
2 June 1 87 1, the remains being subsequently removed to Hoar Cross. Will dated 27 April 
1869, proved (Prin. Reg., 484, 71) 13 July 1871, by the Hon'''= Emily Charlotte Meynell 
Ingram of Temple Newsam, the relict, and the Hon'''^ Charles Lindley Wood of 32 Lowndes 
Square, co. Middlesex, the Exors. 



Charles Reginald Alexandra Mary Elizabeth, born 2 5 August, bapt. at Powderham, co. Devon, 

Lindley Wood, 9 September 1871 (H.R.H. Princess of Wales [now H.M. Queen Alexandra] 

born 17 July stood sponsor); marr. at Hickleton, co. York, 16 September 1898, as his 

1870; died, aged 2nd wife, Hugh Clement Sutton (3rd son of Henry George Sutton, by Matilda 

20, 6 September, Harriet his wife, eldest dau. of George Heneage Wyld Walker-Heneage of 

bur. at Hickleton Compton Bassett, co. Wilts); born 20 January 1867; entered the Army 

II September as 2nd Lieutenant Coldstream Guards 14 September 1887, Lieutenant 

1890. M.I. 4 September 1890, Regimental Adjutant i January 1894 to 30 June 1898, 

Captain i December 1897, Brevet-Major 29 November 1900 ; served in 

South African War 1 899-1 900, Railway Staff Officer (graded Staff Captain) 

South Africa 20 March 1900, Deputy-Assistant Director of Railways (graded 

D.A.A.G.) South Africa i July 1900, (mentioned in despatches, "London 

Gazette," 10 September 1901). He marr. istly at St. Paul's, Wilton 

Crescent, London (by the Rev. Henry Montagu Villiers, the Vicar, assisted 

by the Rev. Edward Sutton, brother of the bridegroom), on Saturday, 

25 July 1891, Mabel Ida, 4th dau. of Sir Campbell Munro of Lindertis, 

CO. Forfar, Bart., J.P. for the counties of Dorset and Forfar, by Henrietta 

his wife, dau. of John Drummond. She died at 13 Gerald Road, London, 

on Sunday, 29 March i8g6. =f= 

As 
133 



Captain Francis 
Lindley Wood, 
R.N. ; born at 
Eaton Square, 
London, 17 Oc- 
tober, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Pim- 
lico, London, 22 
November 1841 ; 
died unmarried at 
Hickleton Hall, 
CO. York, aged 
32, on Mon- 
day, 13 October, 
bur. at Hickleton 
on Saturday, 18 
October 1873. 
M.L Admon 
was granted at 
the Principal 
Registry 29 No- 
vember 1873, to 
the Rt. Hon"^ 
Charles, Viscount 
Halifax of Hick- 
leton Hall, the 
father and next 
of kin. 



Lieut .-Colonel Henry John Lindley= 
Wood of Hickleton ; born at Eaton 
Square, London, 12 January, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Pimlico, London, 
20 February 1843 ; of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1863; 
entered the Army as 2nd Lieu- 
tenant loth Hussars 30 August 
1864, Lieutenant 28 May 1870, 
Captain 12 th Lancers 1874-83; 
landed at the Gold Coast 30 
November 1873, and served as 
A.D.C. to Sir Garnet (now Lord) 
Wolseley throughout the second 
phase of the Ashanti War, in- 
cluding the capture of Borborassie, 
battles of Amoaful and Ordashu, 
and capture of Coomassie, after 
which he was sent home with 
the despatches (mentioned in 
despatches, promoted from Lieu- 
tenant in loth Hussars to Captain 
in 1 2th Lancers, Brevet of Major, 
medal with clasp) j on Sir Garnet 
Wolseley's Staff at Cyprus and 
when Governor of Natal 1879-80 ; 
served in Zulu War 1879-80 
(mentioned in despatches, medal 
with clasp); retired as Hon. Lieut.- 
Colonel 25 April 1883; D.L. for 
the West Riding, co. York. 



=Laura Adeline, youngest dau. of Ernest 
Thellusson of Mount Auldyn, Ramsey, 
Isle of Man, J. P. for co. Devon, by Emily 
his wife, dau. of Alfred Robinson of 
Portman Square, London; born 14 June 
1854; marr. at St. James', Melton-on- 
the-Hill, CO. York (by the Rev. Canon 
Arthur Henry Faber, assisted by the Rev. 
Alfred Crawford, the Vicar, and the Rev. 
John Percival Golding-Bird), on Tues- 
day, 2 March 1897. She marr. istly at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, London 
(by the Ven'''^ Archdeacon Jennings, 
Canon of Westminster), on Thursday, 
20 August 1874, James Montagu of 
Melton Park, Doncaster, co. York, and 
of Ely, Isle of Ely (2nd son of Richard 
Fountayne Wilson Montagu of Melton 
Park, Doncaster, M.P. for co. York, and 
High Sheriff 1807, by Sophia his wife, 
3rd dau. of George Osbaldeston of 
Hutton Bushell, co. York, M.P.); born 
29 November 1819; died at Melton 
Park, Doncaster, aged 72, on Sunday, 
II January, bur. at Melton, co. York, 
on Thursday, 15 January 1891. Will 
dated 28 October 1884, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 174, 91) 19 February 1891, by 
George Bryan Cooke Yarborough of 
Campsmount, co. York, and Charles 
Henry Morton of 18 Cook Street, 
Liverpool, co. Lancaster, the Exors. 



/f^ 



/y^eo^JJ'^ J^^^-'^^^^iyz^^^^^^^ 



Emily Mary Marguerite Lindley, born 
at Melton Park, Doncaster, on Friday, 
29 September, bapt. at St. James', 
Melton-on-the-Hill, 29 October 1899. 



Francis Hugh Lindley Wood, born 
21 September, bapt. at Powderham, 
CO. Devon, 6 October 1873; died, 
aged 16, 17 March, bur. at Hickleton 
21 March 1889. M.L 



Henry Paul Lindley AVood, born 25 January, bapt. at 
St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 22 February 1879 ; 
died at 88 Eaton Square, London, aged 7, on Sunday, 
6 June, bur. at Hickleton 10 June 1886. M.I. 



Mary Agnes, born 25 March, bapt. 
at Powderham 7 April 1877. 



Edward Frederick Lindley Wood, born 16 April, bapt. 
at Powderham 28 April 1881 ; Lieutenant Yorkshire 
Dragoons (Imperial Yeomanry). 



134 



Frederick George Lindley Wood of The Abbey, Abingdon,= 
CO. Berks ; born at 45 Eaton Place, London, 4 June, bapt'. 
at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, i July 1846; educated 
at Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1868; 
a Student of the Inner Temple 14 April 1868, called to 
the Bar 26 January 1871 ; Private Secretary to his father, 
whilst Lord Privy Seal, 1870-74; J.P. for the counties of 
Berks, Stafford and the West Riding, co. York. 




=Lady Mary Susan Felicie, 3rd 
dau. of Alexander William, Earl 
of Crawford and Balcarres, by 
Margaret his wife, eldest dau. 
of Lieut. -General James Lindsay 
of Balcarres, co. Fife ; born at 
21 Berkeley Square, London, 
19 May, bapt. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 25 
June 1852; marr. at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London, 9 May 
1878. 



Francis Hugo Lindley Wood, born at 
9 Grosvenor Square, London, on 
Wednesday, 14 April, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London, 6 May 1880; 
educated at Eton and at Yorkshire 
College, Leeds. 



Robert Alexander Lindley Wood, born at 88 Eaton 
Square, London, on Sunday, 28 January, bapt. at 
St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 13 February 
1883; educated at Charterhouse and at Sandhurst; 
entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant King's Shrop- 
shire Light Infantry February 1902. 



Everard Charles Lindley Wood, Charles Wilfred Lindley Wood, 

born at 34 Hans Place, London, born at Sutton Courtenay, 

on Friday, 19 June, bapt. at co. Berks, 9 August, bapt. at 

St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, Lon- Ardington, co. Berks, 2 Sep- 

don, 2 July 1885 ; educated at tember 1890. 
Westminster School. 



Mary Margaret Desirde, 
born at 34 Hans Place, 
London, 25 October, bapt. 
at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London, 17 November 
1894. 



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Alice Louisa, born at Downing Street, London, 
27 May, bapt. at St. Margaret's, Westminster 
30 June 1 847 ; marr. at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London (by the Hon''''^ and Rev. Charles Leslie 
Courtenay, Canon of Windsor), on Tuesday, 
2 August 1870, the Hon'''^ John Charles 
Dundas of Thornburgh, Leyburn, co. York 
(2nd son of the Hon''''= John Charles Dundas 
of Woodhall, Wetherby, co. York, M.P., by 
Margaret Matilda his wife, dau. of James 
Talbot of Mary Ville, co. Wexford, and brother 
to Lawrence, ist Marquess of Zetland); born 
at Edinburgh 21 September 1845; M.P. for 
Richmond, CO. York, 1873-85; Lord-Lieutenant 
of Orkney and Shetland, D.L., Chairman of 
Quarter Sessions and of the County Council in 
the North Riding, co. York ; died at Hickleton, 
CO. York, aged 47, on Tuesday, 13 September, 
bur. there 16 September 1892. M.I. Will 
dated 14 May 1889, proved (Prin. Reg., 1075, 
92) 28 November 1892, to the Hon*"'" Alice 
Louisa Dundas, the relict, the Executrix. 



A 



Blanche Edith, bapt. privately at 12 Downing 
Street, London, and received into the church 
at St. Margaret's, Westminster, 15 December 
1851 ; marr. at Hickleton 21 September 
1876, Colonel the Hon^''^ Henry William 
Lowry-Corry of Edwardstone Hall, Boxford, 
CO. Suffolk (youngest son of Armar, 3rd Earl 
of Belmore, by Emily Louise his wife, 
youngest dau. and coheir of William Shepherd 
of Brabourne, co. Kent) ; born at Castlecoole, 
CO. Fermanagh, 30 June, bapt. at Derryvullen, 
CO. Fermanagh, 29 July 1845; of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1866, M.A. 1870; 
J. P. for CO. Suffolk, M.P. for co. Tyrone 
1873-80 ; late Colonel Commanding Cold- 
stream Guards, Colonel Commanding 12th 
Regimental District (Bury St. Edmunds). 

A 

{See Pedigree of Belmore, " Visitaiion of 
Irelajid" Vol. i, page 4). 



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136 



ISattts of mpper ^laugfjtEf, to. (JTIoucester. 




Arms on record in the College of Arms, — 
Vert, three hares courant proper. 

Crest. — An eagle, with a sprig of broom 
in the beak, settiing on a mount of corn 
springing, proper. 



Rev. Francis Edward Witts (son of= 
Edward Witts \_portrait at Upper 
Slaughter, co. Gloucester, by 
Romney, lyjg, in the possession of 
the Rev. Francis Edward Broome 
Witts, his great grandson], by 
Agnes his wife, dau. of John Travail 
of Swerford Park, co. Oxford); born 
at Swerford Park 26 February 1 783, 
bapt. at Swerford 11 July 1786; 
educated at Wadham College, 
Oxford, matriculated 11 February 
1802, aged 18, B.A. 1805, M.A. 
1809 ; Rector of Upper Slaughter 
1808, Vicar of Stanway, co. Glou- 
cester, 1 8 14; J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Gloucester; died at the Rectory, 
Upper Slaughter, aged 71, on 
Friday, 18 August, bur. at Upper 
Slaughter 25 August 1854. Will 
dated 26 June 1851, proved 
(P.C.C, 790, 54) 3 October 1854, 
by the Rev. Edward Francis Witts, 
the son, the sole Exor. 



=Margaret, dau. of 
Thomas Backhouse of 
Backhouse, Giggles- 
wick, CO. York, by 
Jane his wife, dau. of 
William Moorhouse ; 
marr. by licence at 
St. Mary's Chapel, 
Walcot, Bath, co. 
Somerset, 30 May 
1808; died at the Rec- 
tory, Upper Slaughter, 
aged 63, on Sunday, 
14 April, bur. at 
Upper Slaughter 19 
April 1850. 



Jane Margaret, 
bom at Upper 
Slaughter 20 
April ; died at 
UpperSlaughter 
and bur. there 
II May 1811. 



Sophia, dau. of the= 
Rev. Richard Frede- 
rick Vavasour, Rector 
of Stow -on -the - 
Wold, CO. Gloucester ; 
bom at MuUingar, 
CO. Westmeath, 5 
July 1815 ; marr. at 
Stow-on -the- Wold 16 
May 1838; died at 
the Rectory, Upper 
Slaughter, aged 56, 
on Thursday, 6 
July, bur. at Upper 
Slaughter 1 1 July 
1871. I St wife. 



=Rev. Edward Francis Witts of= 
Upper Slaughter ; bom at Upper 
Slaughter 2 March, and bapt. 
there 6 April 181 3; educated 
at Shrewsbury and at Balliol 
College, Oxford, matriculated 25 
March 1831, aged 18, B.A. from 
Magdalen College 1838, M.A. 
1842; Patron and Rector of 
Upper Slaughter 1854 until his 
death ; Lord of the Manor ; J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Gloucester, 
J. P. for CO. Worcester; died at 
Forde, Sondfjord, Norway, aged 
73, on Saturday, 7 August, bur. 
at Upper Slaughter on Tuesday, 
24 August 1886. Will dated 
30 January 1877, with codicil 
dated 22 April 1884, proved at 
Gloucester i November 1886, by 
the Rev. Francis Edward Broome 
Witts of the Vicarage, Norton, 
CO. Gloucester, and Frederick 
Richard Vavasour Witts of Stow- 
on-the-Wold, co. Gloucester, and 
George Backhouse Witts of 
Leckhampton, co. Gloucester, 
the sons, the Exors. 



=Elizabeth Maynard, 
eldest dau. of Wil- 
liam Maynard Pinder 
of Brookfield, near 
Bath, by Anne his 
wife, dau. of Edward 
Applewhaite ; bom 
at Barbados, West 
Indies, 4 September 
i823,andbapt. there ; 
marr. at Weston, 
near Bath (by the 
Rev. John Bond, 
the Vicar, assisted 
by the Rev. North 
Pinder, brother of 
the bride), on Tues- 
day, 3 September 
1872. 2nd wife. 



137 



Rev. Francis Edward Broome Witts= 
of Upper Slaughter, co. Gloucester; 
born at Stanway, co. Gloucester, 
31 January, bapt. there 18 March 
1840 ; educated at Rugby and at 
Trinity College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 31 May 1858, aged 18, B.A. 
1861, M.A. 1865 ; Vicar of Temple 
Guiting, CO. Gloucester, 1866-80, 
and of Norton, co. Gloucester, 
1880-86, Patron, Rector and Lord 
of the Manor of Upper Slaughter 
since 1886, Rural Dean of Stow 
since 1891. 



^Margaret Hole, eldest dau. of the Rev. Canon George 
Drinkwater Bourne, Patron and Rector of Weston-sub- 
Edge, CO. Gloucester, F.S.A., J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Gloucester, J.P. for co. Worcester, by Jane his ist wife, 
only dau. of Francis Hole of Tiverton, co. Devon; 
bom 18 February, bapt. at Weston-sub-Edge 9 April 
1848; marr. there (by the Rev. Canon William Harper 
Brandreth, Rector of Standish, co. Lancaster, uncle 
of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Joseph Foster, the 
Curate) on Thursday, 24 June 1875. 



{See Pedigree of Bourne, Vol. 3, page 132.) 



Margaret Apphia Broome, born at Temple 
Guiting on Thursday, 20 July, bapt. there 20 
August 1876; marr. at Upper Slaughter (by the 
Rev. Canon George Drinkwater Bourne, Rector 
of Weston-sub-Edge, grandfather of the bride, 
assisted by the Rev. Duncan Woodroffe, brother 
of the bridegroom) on Wednesday, 19 April 1899, 
George Frederick Woodroffe of Hambleden, 
Wimbledon, co. Surrey (5th son of John Edward 
Woodroffe of 90 Cornwall Gardens, London, by 
Maria his wife, dau. of Broome Phillips Witts); 
born at Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 8 October, 
bapt. at Christ Church, Hampstead, 18 December 
1855 ; educated at Winchester. 



A 



Edith Jane Bourne, 
born at Temple 
Guiting on Satur- 
day, 2 7 October, 
bapt. there 2 De- 
cember 1877. 



Edward Francis Broome 
Witts, born at Temple 
Guiting on Sunday, 
4 May, bapt. at Upper 
Slaughter 8 June 1879; 
educated at Eton and at 
Merton College, Oxford; 
Lieutenant 2nd Volun- 
teer Battalion Glouces- 
tershire Regiment. 



Agnes Edna Broome, born at 
Temple Guiting on Wednesday, 25 
August, bapt. there 26 September 
1880. _ 

George Bourne Witts, born at the 
Vicarage, Norton, co. Gloucester, 
on Thursday, 26 April, bapt. at 
Norton 10 June 1883 ; educated at 
Marlborough College. 



John Travell Witts, 
born at the Vicarage, 
Norton, on Sunday, 
1 3 September, bapt. 
at Norton 21 October 
1885; educated at 
Rugby. 



Frank Hole Witts, bom at Upper 
Slaughter on Tuesday, 22 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. there 17 April 1887; 
educated at Radley College. 



Frederick Vavasour Broome Witts, 
born at Upper Slaughter on Wed- 
nesday, 30 January, bapt. there 
7 April 1889; educated at Radley 
College. 



138 



Lieut.-Colonel Frederick Richard Vavasour Witts, bom= 
at Stanway, co. Gloucester, 19 December 1843, bapt. 
there 31 January 1844; educated at Rugby; Major and 
Hon. Lieut.-Colonel 2nd Volunteer Battalion Gloucester- 
shire Regiment ; died at his residence, Fosse Cottage, 
Stow-on-the-Wold, co. Gloucester, aged 56, on Friday, 
29 June, bur. at Upper Slaughter, co. Gloucester, 3 July 
1900. Will dated 8 February 1877, proved at Gloucester 
I November 1900, by Margaret Anne Witts, the relict, 
the sole Executrix. 



^/l.UCJOte- 



Margaret Anne, only dau. of John 
Waddingham of Guiting Grange, co. 
Gloucester, by Margaret his wife, 
dau. of James Wilkinson ; born at 
Burley Wood, Leeds, co. York, 
2 August 1843 ; marr. at Lower 
Guiting, CO. Gloucester (by the 
Rev. Edward Francis Witts, father 
of the bridegroom, assisted by the 
Rev. Henry Hall, the Curate), on 
Wednesday, 18 October 1876. 



Sophia Margaret Vavasour, 
born at Guiting Grange on 
Sunday, 16 September, bapt. 
at Lower Guiting 2 December 
1877. 



Mabel Elizabeth Vavasour, born 
at Fosse Cottage, Stow-on-the- 
Wold, on Tuesday, 15 October, 
bapt. at Upper Slaughter 26 
December 1878. 



Ethel Frances Vavasour, bom 
at Fosse Cottage, Stow-on-the- 
Wold, 24 September, bapt. at 
Broadwell, co. Gloucester, 15 
November 1881. 



George Backhouse Witts of Hill House, = 
Leckhampton, co. Gloucester ; born at 
Stanway 24 September, bapt. there 30 
October 1846 ; educated at Rugby ; J. P. 
and County Councillor for co. Gloucester. 



^C<n£jt^ /$, A/^ 



=Sybil Catherine, only child of Richard Holdsworth of 
The Elms, East Woodhay, co. Hants; born at Cowes, 
Isle of Wight, and bapt. at Holy Trinity, Cowes, 
II April 1842; marr. at the parish church, Leck- 
hampton (by the Rev. Edward Francis Witts, father 
of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. Canon 
Charles Brandon Trye, the Rector), on Saturday, 
8 June 1878. She marr. istly at the parish church. 
East Woodhay, on Thursday, 21 June i860, 
Marmaduke Walter Vavasour of The Shrubbery, 
Ashby-de-la-Zouch co. Leicester (eldest son of the 
Rev. Marmaduke Vavasour, Hon. Canon of Peter- 
borough); died at the Vittoria Hotel, Hull, co. York, 
aged 44, on Saturday, 8 December 1877. Will dated 
26 November 1875, with codicil dated 16 August 
1876, proved (Prin. Reg., 177, 78) 20 February 1878, 
by the Rev. John Francis Stukeley Vavasour of 
Snelland Rectory, near Wragby, co. Lincoln, the 
brother, and William Stukeley Gresley of Overseal, 
CO. Leicester, the nephew, two of the Exors. 



Sybil Holdsworth, born at Hill House, 
Leckhampton, on Monday, 7 June, 
bapt. at St. Luke's, Cheltenham, co. 
Gloucester, 14 July 1880. 



S^r/^'l.r^^ iM, 




139 



§)l^erifEe of 3|en»teab Hall, «. 

^uffolfe. 



Rev. Thomas Sheriffe of Henstead Hall, co. Suffolk (son of the= 
Rev. Thomas Sheriffe, LL.B. of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, Rector 
of Uggeshall, co. Suffolk, for 56 years, by Charlotte his wife, dau. 
of the Rev. Gilbert Affleck, Rector of Dalham, co. Suffolk) ; born 
at Uggeshall 8 March 1791, bapt. privately the same day, and 
received into the church at Uggeshall 29 November 1792; 
educated at Harrow and at Trinity College, Cambridge; Rector 
of Henstead; died at Henstead Hall, aged 70, 10 October, 
bur. at Henstead 17 October 1861. Will dated 26 June 1855, 
with codicil dated the same day, proved at Ipswich 9 November 
1861, by Thomas Bowen Sheriffe, the son, the sole Exor. 



-Georgianna, eldest dau. of 
Thomas Farr of Beccles, 
CO. Suffolk, by Georgianna 
his wife, youngest dau. of 
SirThomas Sherlock Gooch 
of Benacre Hall, co. Suf- 
folk, 3rd Bart. ; born at 
Beccles in August 1795; 
marr. at St. Mary's, 
Beccles, r May 1823 ; 
died at Wheatacre, co. 
Norfolk, in September 
1824. 



Thomas Bowen Sheriffe of Henstead= 
Hall, CO. Suffolk, and of Thur- 
maston Lodge, co. Leicester; born 
at Wheatacre 5 April, and bapt. 
there privately 9 April 1824; educa- 
ted at Harrow and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1847 ; 
died at Thurmaston Lodge, aged 
39 years and 10 months, on 
Thursday, 1 1 February, bur. at Hen- 
stead 18 February 1864. Will dated 
25 October 1862, with two codicils 
dated respectively 3 November 
1862, and I February 1864, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 204, 64) 21 March 1864, 
by Herbert Whitaker of Little 
Shelford, co. Cambridge, one of the 
Exors, and on 13 June 1864, by 
Charles Magniac of 10 Upper Brook 
Street, co. Middlesex, the other Exor. 



=Madeline Elizabeth, only child of Richard Mansel Oliver 
Massey of Tickford Abbey, co. Buckingham, and of 
Kinrara, co. Inverness, by Elise Marguerite Massey 
his wife ; born 5 OctolDcr, bapt. at Ratcliffe-on-Wreke, 
CO. Leicester, 19 December 1831 ; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, London (by the Rev. 
Evan Nepean), on Wednesday, 24 May 1854. She marr. 
2ndly at the Chapel of the British Embassy, Paris 
(by the Rev. Hogarth John Swale, Chaplain to the 
Embassy), on Saturday, 11 March 1865, Colonel Heneage 
Charles Bagot-Chester of Zetland House, Maidenhead, 
CO. Berks, and of Southwold, co. Suffolk (younger son of 
Lieut.-General John Bagot-Chester, R.A., of Ashtead, 
CO. Surrey, by Sophia Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
Charles Swede Stuart of Kincaid, co. Stirling) ; born 
12 February 1834; Colonel Reserve Forces, formerly of 
the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers ; served throughout the 
Indian Mutiny 1858 (medal with clasps); J.P. for co. 
Suffolk. 



Georgianna Mary, born at Henstead 4 October, bapt. there 26 October 1856; marr. at Henstead 
26 August 1875, Lieut.-Colonel Harry Walter Musgrave Bonham (eldest son of Colonel 
Henry Frederick Bonham of the loth Hussars and of Carlton Hall, co. Suffolk, by Augusta 
Sophia his wife, 2nd dau. of the Rev. Sir Christopher John Musgrave of Edenhall, co. 
Cumberland, Bart., afterwards Countess of Stradbroke) ; born at Carlton Hall on Thursday, 
II November 1852, bapt. at Kelsale, co. Suffolk, 9 January 1853 ; formerly Lieut.-Colonel 
Grenadier Guards; served in the Soudan Expedition 1884-85, on special service at the Nile, 
and at the actions of Abu Klea and El Gubat (medal with two clasps and bronze star) ; 
served in the Imperial Yeomanry in South African War 1900-1901 (mentioned in despatches, 
medal with clasps) ; J.P. for the counties of Hertford and Suffolk. 



140 



Madeline Harriett, born at Thurmaston 
Lodge, CO. Leicester, i6 July, bapt. at 
Henstead, co. Suffolk, 17 September 
1858; marr. at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London (by the Rev. John 
Storrs, assisted by the father of the 
bridegroom), on Thursday, 3 June 
1886, Charles Henry Hawtrey (4th 
son of the Rev. John William 
Hawtrey) ; born at Eton, co. Buck- 
ingham, 21 September 1858; educated 
at Rugby and at Pembroke College, 
Oxford, matriculated 4 February 1881, 
aged 22. 



Robert Thomas Oliver Sheriffe 
of Henstead Hall ; born at 
Thurmaston Lodge 24 August, 
bapt. at Thurmaston 23 Sep- 
tember i860; educated at 
Harrow and at Magdalene 
College, Cambridge ; Lieutenant 
Norfolk Artillery Militia, Eastern 
Division Royal Artillery, 1882 
-94, extra A.D.C. to Governor 
of New South Wales (Lord 
Carrington) 1886-90, Captain 
Notts (Sherwood Rangers) 
Imperial Yeomanry in South 
African War (medal with 
clasps) ; J.P. for co. Suffolk. 



Charles Farr Sheriffe, 
born at Thurmaston 
Lodge 30 October, 
bapt. at Thurmaston 
23 November 1862 ; 
died at school at 
Lowestoft, CO. Suffolk, 
aged II, on Friday, 
20 February, bur. at 
Henstead 25 February 
1874. 



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141 



iSIacfeburne of 3|ale auD ©rforti, to. 

Eamas^ter. 




Arms on record in the College 
of Arms. — Argent, a fess nebuly 
between three mullets sable. 



John Ireland Blackburne of Orford Hall and= 
Hale Hall, co. Lancaster (eldest son of John 
Blackburne of Orford Hall and Hale Hall, 
F.R.S., D.L., High Sheriff for co. Lancaster 1781, 
M.P. for CO. Lancaster for 46 years, by Anne his 
wife, dau. of Samuel Rodbard of Shepton Mallet, 
CO. Somerset); born 26 May 1783; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 23 April i8oi, 
aged 17, created M.A. 15 June 1803; J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Lancaster, M.P. for Newton 
1807-18, and for Warrington 1835-47; died 
at Hale Hall, in his 91st year, on Tuesday, 27 
January 1874, and bur. at Hale. M.I. Will dated 
5 December 1867, with codicil dated 16 April 
1870, proved at Liverpool 9 March 1874, by John 
Ireland Blackburne of Hale, in the parish of 
Childwall, CO. Lancaster, Colonel of the 4th Royal 
Lancashire Light Infantry, the son, the sole Exor. 



=Anne, dau. of 
William Bamford 
of Bamford Hall, 
CO. Lancaster, by 
Anne his wife, 
only dau. of 
Thomas Black- 
burne of Orford 
Hall, High Sheriff 
for CO. Lancaster 
1763 ; marr. at 
Knutsford, co. 
Chester, 13 April 
1811 ; died in 
London, aged 70, 
20 July, bur. at 
Hale 25 July 
1861. M.L 



Anna Mary, bapt. at Hale, co. Lancaster, 
20 October 181 2; died suddenly at 
Leamington, co. Warwick, aged 29, on 
Friday, ,26 May, bur. at Hale i June 
1843. M.L 



Emily, bapt. at Hale 23 October 
181 5; died at Hale Hall, aged 
49, on Saturday, 7 February, bur. 
at Hale 12 February 1863. M.I. 



Harriet Elizabeth, 
born at Palermo, 
Sicily, 9 May 1815. 



Dorothea Anne, born at York 2 March, bapt. at Bishopsthorpe, co. York, 28 April 1848; marr. 
at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London (by the Rev. Canon Henry Ireland Blackburne, Rector of 
Warmingham, co. Chester, assisted by the Rev. Richard Benson Stewart, Vicar of Hale), on 
Tuesday, 4 November 1884, Heywood Bright of Sandheys, West Derby, co. Lancaster (2nd son 
of Samuel Bright of Sandheys, West Derby, J. P. for co. Lancaster, by Ehzabeth Anne his wife, 
dau. of Hugh Jones of Lark Hill, Liverpool); born 20 October 1836, bapt. at Liverpool by the Rev. 
J. H. Thom of Renshaw Street Chapel, Liverpool, 17 January 1837; J.P. for co. Lancaster; died 
at Sandheys, West Derby, aged 60, on Wednesday, 24 March, bur. at Knotty Ash, co. Lancaster, 
27 March 1897. Will dated 4 November 1884, with two codicils dated respectively 29 April 
1892, and 7 November 1893, proved at Liverpool 21 May 1897, by Samuel Bright, gent, the 
brother, George Henry Melly, and Allan Heywood Bright, the Exors. 



A 



(See Pedigree of Bright, Vol. 2, page 17.) 



542 



Mary, eldest dau. of Sir= 
Henry Bold-Hoghton of 
Hoghton Tower, co. Lan- 
caster, 8th Bart., D.L., by 
Dorothea his ist wife, 2nd 
dau. and (on the death of 
her elder sister Mary, wife 
of Prince Eustace Sapieha 
of Poland) eldest coheiress 
of Peter Patten Bold of 
Bold, CO. Lancaster; born 
at Walton House, co. Lan- 
caster, 7 June 1825; marr. 
at Holy Trinity, Maryle- 
bone, London (by the Rev. 
Robert Moseley Master, 
Incumbent of Burnley, co. 
Lancaster), on Thursday, 
12 November 1846; died 
at St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 
CO. Sussex, inher 30th year, 
on Monday, 30 April, bur. 
at Hale, co. Lancaster, 
5 May 1855. M.L ist 
wife. 



=Colonel John Ireland= 
Blackburneof Orford Hall 
and Hale Hall, co. Lan- 
caster; bom at Hale Hall 
28 May 1817; Colonel 
4th Battalion Royal Lan- 
caster Regiment (Militia), 
formerly Captain 5th 
Dragoon Guards; J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Lancaster, 
M.P. for South West Lan- 
cashire 1875-85 ; died at 
28 Eccleston Square, 
London, in his 77 th year, 
on Tuesday, 5 Sep- 
tember, bur. at Hale 
8 September 1893. Will 
dated 11 February 1891, 
proved at Liverpool i 
February 1894, by Robert 
Crawfurd Antrobus, the 
son-in-law, and Robert 
Ireland Blackburne, the 
son, the Exors. 



=Enima Jemima, Viscountess Hereford, 
dau. of George Ravenscroft; marr. at 
Leamington, co. Warwick (by the Rev. 
Thomas Blackburne, Rector of Bygrave, 
CO. Hertford), on Monday, 23 February 
1857; marr. istlyat All Souls', Langham 
Place, London, 25 November 1841, the 
Rev. Robert, 15th Viscount Hereford 
(2nd son of Henry Fleming Lea, 14th 
Viscount Hereford, by Frances Elizabeth 
his wife, 3rd dau. of Sir George Cornewall, 
Bart.); born at Bredwardine, co. Hereford, 
3 May 1809; Hon. Canon of Durham; 
died at 45 Wilton Crescent, London, aged 
46, leaving issue, on Saturday, 18 August 
1855. She died s.p. at Brook House, 
Clapton, CO. Middlesex, in her 53rd 
year, on Wednesday, 26 October 1870. 
Admon was granted at the Principal 
Registry 19 December 1870, to the Rt. 
Hon^'= Robert, Viscount Hereford of 
Tregoyd, co. Brecon, the son, and one 
of the next of kin. 2nd wife. 



Emily, born 24 May, bapt. at Oakaraoor, co. Stafford, i August 1849; marr. istly at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London (by the Rev. Gilbert Rodbard Blackburne, Rector of Crofton, co. 
York), on Tuesday, 23 July 1867, William John Hope-Edwardes of Netley, co. Salop (2nd son 
of Thomas Henry Hope-Edwardes of Netley, J.P. and D.L. for co. Salop, High Sheriff 
1837, by Louisa Charlotte his wife, eldest dau. of Lieut.-Colonel Francis Knyvett Leighton 
of Shrewsbury and Bausley, co. Salop); born 23 August 1836, and bapt. privately at Netley; 
died s.p. at Netley, aged 31, on Monday, 30 September, hm. at Dorrington, co. Salop, 
4 October 1867. Admon was granted at Shrewsbury 5 March 1868, to Thomas Henry 
Hope-Edwardes of Netley, guardian of Emily Hope-Edwardes, the relict, and a minor. She 
marr. 2ndly at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London (by the Rev. Henry Ireland Blackburne, 
Rector of Warmington, co. Chester, and the Hon"^ and Rev. Robert Liddell, the Vicar), on 
Saturday, 2 August 1873, Robert Crawfurd Antrobus (3rd son of Sir Edmund Antrobus of 
Amesbury Abbey, co. Wilts, 2nd Bart., by Anne his wife, only dau. of the Hon''i<= Hugh 
Lindsay); born on Sunday, 21 March 1830. — 

A\ 

(See Pedigree of Hope-Edwardes, Vol. 2, page 47). 



143 



Georgiana Emma 
Katherine, died, 
aged II, 13 July, 
bur. at Hale, co. 
Lancaster, 1 9 July 
1832. M.I. 



Ellinor Avena, marr. at Hale (by the Rev. Gilbert Rodbard Blackburne), 
on Thursday, 14 December 1854, Russell Charles Stanhope of Parsonstown 
Manor, co. Meath (only son of the Hon'''^ Sir Francis Charles Stanhope, 
K.C.H., a Major in the Army and A.Q.M.G., formerly Usher to the Order 
of St. Patrick, by Hannah his wife, dau. and coheir of James Wilson of 
Parsonstown Manor and Dunboyne Castle, co. Meath) ; an officer in the 
13th (Somersetshire Light Infantry) Regiment; died at Clontarf, Dublin, 
on Sunday, 16 September 1866. Will with one codicil was proved at the 
Principal Registry, DubUn, by Ellinor Avena Stanhope of Parsonstown 
Manor, co. Meath, the relict, and one of the Exors. 

=r 

A 



Lieut. -Colonel Robert Ireland Blackbume= 
of Orford Hall and Hale Hall, co. 
Lancaster ; born 13 October, bapt. at 
Hale 12 December 1850; J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Lancaster, Lord of the Manor 
of Hale ; Lieut.-Colonel Commanding 3rd 
Battalion South Lancashire Regiment 
(Militia) since 1896. 



=Georgiana Vernon, youngest dau. of Lieut.-Colonel 
Sir Gustavus Hume, Lieutenant Commanding the 
Corps of Gentleman-at-Arms, a Knight of the Legion 
of Honour, and 5th class Medijie, by Emily Caroline 
his wife, eldest dau. of Charles Vernon Vernon-Gore ; 
marr. at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London (by the 
Rev. Henry Blackburne, Canon of Chester, assisted 
by the Rev. Thomas Teignmouth Shore, Chaplain to 
H.M. Queen Victoria), on Thursday, 5 February 1885. 



Gilbert Ireland Blackburne, bom 
at Tan-y-Gyrt, Denbigh, on 
Friday, 14 January, bapt. at Nant- 
glyn, CO. Denbigh, i8 February 
1887. 



John Ireland Blackburne, 
born at Tan-y-Gyrt, Den- 
bigh, on Friday, 9 August, 
bapt. at Nantglyn 17 
September 1889. 



Mary Ireland, born at 41 Glou- 
cester Street, Warwick Square, 
London, on Monday, 10 August, 
bapt. at Hale 25 September 
1891. 



Margaret Everilda, marr. at Hale (by the Rev. Henry Blackburne, Rector of Alice Mary, 

Warmingham, co. Chester, cousin of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Canon born 13 Oct. 

Robert Henry Gray, Rector of Kirkby, co. Lancaster, and the Rev. Richard 1853, bapt. 

Benson Stewart, the Vicar) on Thursday, 20 February 1873, Sir John Edwards at Hale 19 

Edwards-Moss of Roby Hall, in the parish of Huyton, co. Lancaster, 2nd Bart. Jan. 1854; 

(elder son of Sir Thomas Edwards-Moss of Roby Hall, ist Bart., by Amy Charlotte died at Hale 

his wife, only child and heir of Richard Edwards of Roby Hall) ; born at Roby Hall, aged 

Hall on Friday, 25 October 1850 ; of Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated i year and 

21 October 1869, aged 18, B.A. 1873, M.A. 1875; a Student of the Inner 9 months, 

Temple 1871; J. P. for co. Lancaster, Private Secretary to the Rt. Hon^'^ Sir on Saturday, 

Richard Assheton Cross (now Viscount Cross) when Home Secretary ; succeeded 4 Aug., bur. 

his father as 2nd Bart. 26 April 1890. — at Hale 7 

J Aug. 1855. 



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144 




Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Gules, a lyinphad, with sail furled and 
oars in action, between three crosses pattee, 
all or. 

Crest. — A demi-leopard proper, holding 
in the dexter paw a lily argent, stalked, 
leaved and slipped vert, and resting the 
sinister paw on a fleur-de-lis or. 

Motto. — Steadfast. 



^ea^Iep. 



William Beazley of Bury and of= 
Gosport, in the parish of Alverstoke, 
CO. Hants; died, aged 75, and bur. at 
Alverstoke 15 December 1828. Will 
dated 5 December 1827, proved 
(P.C.C, 691 Sutton) 29 December 1828, 
by Joseph Beazley, the son, and John 
Read, two of the Exors. Power 
reserved to George Starr, the other 
Exor, and proved by him 14 May 183 1. 




=Sarah Morgan 
of Alverstoke ; 
marr. by licence 
at Alverstoke 5 
March 1779 ; 
died, aged 64, 
and bur. at 
Alverstoke 3 1 
May 1822. 



Joseph Beazley of= 
Alverstoke; died, aged 
59, 27 January, bur. at 
Liverpool 30 January 
1846. Miniature por- 
trait at Fern Hill, in the 
parish of Woodchurch, 
CO. Chester, by a French 
prisoner at Forton, in 
possession of his grand- 
son, Frank Charles 
Beazley. 




=Maria, dau. of William Other 
Grossmith of Ports- issue, 
mouth, CO. Hants, by 
Anna his wife, dau. of 
Robert Mew of Freshwater, Isle 
of Wight ; bapt. at St. Thomas', 
Portsmouth, 26 February 1792; 
marr. there 15 December 181 2; 
died at Claughton, co. Chester, 
aged 73, 26 December, bur. at 
Woodchurch, co. Chester, 30 
December 1864. M.I. Portrait 
at Fern Hill, in the possession 
of her grandson, Frank Charles 
Beazley. Admon was granted at 
Chester 25 February 1865, to 
James Beazley of Claughton, 
Birkenhead, co. Chester, the son. 



James Beazley of Fern Hill, in the parish of ^Voodchurch; born at= 
Gosport 4 March 1819; Free Burgess and J.P. for the City of 
Liverpool; died at Fern Hill, Birkenhead, in his 73rd year, on 
Sunday, 22 November, bur. in Birkenhead Cemetery at Flaybrick 
Hill, Bidston, co. Chester, 25 November 1891. M.I. Brass in 
Seamen's Orphanage, Liverpool, unveiled by H.R.H. the Duke of 
Connaught 14 July 1892. Portrait at Fern Hill, by Robertson, 
i86j, in the possession of his wife, Eliza Emma Jessie Beazley, 
and another by Sir Daniel Macnee, P.P.S.A., 1880, at Seamen's 
Orphanage, Liverpool. Will dated 16 February 1889, with codicil 
dated 17 May 1891, proved at Chester 24 December 1891, by 
James Henry Beazley of Mersey Chambers, Old Church Yard, in 
the City of Liverpool, Robert Clover Beazley of 9 and 1 1 Rumford 
Street, in the said city, 
and Edwin Arthur Beazley 
of 2 5 Water Street, in the 
said city, the sons, three 
of the Exors. 



^^^:yL^u^ ^^^^^^1 



=Eliza Emma Jessie, Other 
dau. of Thomas issue. 
Martin Illden Tilby, 
R.N., Knight of 
the Order of the Redeemer, 
by Eliza Norris his wife 
[Miniature portrait {iSif) 
at Fern Hill, in the posses- 
sion of her daughter, Eliza 
Emma Jessie £eazley\ dau. 
of James Cockrell of Portsea, 
CO. Hants ; born at Forton, 
CO. Hants, 8 November 
181 8 ; marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Birkenhead, 28 August 1846. 



145 



James Henry Beazley of= 
Oak Dene, Noctorum, in the 
parish of Woodchurch, co. 
Chester; born 2 September, 
bapt. at Seacombe, co. 
Chester, 9 December 1847 ; 
educated at Cheltenham 
College. 



=Emmeline, 2nd dau. of John Thomas Nickels 
of Chenotrie, Noctorum, by Emmeline Rebecca 
his wife, dau. of Captain Joseph Swabey Tetley, 
R.N. (mentioned in despatches 1809); born 
16 May, bapt. at Christ Church, Oxton, co. 
Chester, 10 July 1855 ; marr. at Woodchurch 
(by the Rev. Philip Raulin Robin, the Rector) 
on Thursday, 2 September 1875. 



Jessie Anna, born 
2 November,, bapt. 
at Tranmere, co. 
Chester, 20 De- 
cember 1848. 



Ernest Henry Beazley, born at 
"Almora," Ashville Road, Birken- 
head Park, CO. Chester, on Saturday, 
16 September, bapt. at St. Anne's, 
Birkenhead, 20 October 1876 ; 
educated at Shrewsbury School ; 
Captain ist Volunteer Battalion 
The Cheshire Regiment. 



Eric Bertram Beazley, born at 
"Almora," Ashville Road, Birken- 
head Park, on Sunday, 24 February, 
bapt. at St. Anne's, Birkenhead, 
9 April 1878; educated at Shrews- 
bury School; Captain ist Volunteer 
Battahon The Cheshire Regiment. 



Margery Emm eline, born at "Almora, " 
Ashville Road, Birkenhead Park, on 
Tuesday, 2 September, bapt. at 
St. Anne's, Birkenhead, 10 October 
1879; died at "Almora," Ashville 
Road, Birkenhead Park, aged 4 years 
and 7 months, on Monday, 14 April, 
bur. in Birkenhead Cemetery at 
Flaybrick Hill, Bidston, co. Chester, 
17 April 1884. M.I. 



Arthur Tetley Beazley, 
born at " Almora," Ash- 
ville Road, Birkenhead 
Park, on Saturday, 18 
June, bapt. at St. Anne's, 
Birkenhead, 3 1 July 
1881 ; of Liverpool 
University, B.Sc. 3 July 
1902. 

Emmeline Jessie, born 
at "Almora," Ashville 
Road, Birkenhead Park, 
on Tuesday, 9 January, 
bapt. at St. Anne's, 
Birkenhead, 16 February 
1883. _ 

John Godfrey Beazley, 
born at " Almora," Ash- 
ville Road, Birkenhead 
Park, on Monday, 9 
February, bapt. at St. 
Anne's, Birkenhead, 10 
March 1885; educated 
at Rugby. 



Walter Edwin Beazley, born 
at "Almora," Ashville Road, 
Birkenhead Park, on Satur- 
day, 26 June, bapt. at St. 
Anne's, Birkenhead, 9 August 
1886; educated at Rugby. 



Margaret Ellen, born at Oak 
Dene, Noctorum, in the 
parish of Woodchurch, on 
Wednesday, 28 March, bapt. 
at St. Anne's, Birkenhead, 
26 April 1888. 



Winifred Marion Nickels, 
born at Oak Dene, Noctorum, 
on Sunday, 17 May, bapt. at 
St. Anne's, Birkenhead, 18 
June 1891. 



Alfreda Edith Decima, born 
at Oak Dene, Noctorum, 16 
February, bapt. at St. Anne's, 
Birkenhead, 4 April 1895. 



146 



Robert Clover Beazley= 
of Oxton, CO. Chester; 
born 1 8 January, bapt. 
at Tranmere, co. 
Chester, 26 February 
1850; educated at 
Cheltenham College. 



=Harriott Gertrude, 4th dau. of David 
Williams of Deudraeth Castle, co. 
Merioneth, M.P., J.P. and D.L. 
for CO. Merioneth, High Sheriff 
1861, by Anne Louisa Loveday 
his wife, only dau. of William 
Williams of Pennarthuchaf, co. 
Merioneth, Barrister-at-Law ; marr. 
at Holy Trinity, Penrhyn-Deudraeth, 
CO. Merioneth (by the Rev. Owen 
Williams, cousm of the bride, assisted 
by the Rev. David Morgan, the Vicar), 
on Thursday, 6 February 1879. 



Hugh Loveday Beazley, bom at 11 Beresford Road, 
Oxton, on Saturday, 16 October, bapt. at All Saints', 
Oxton, 17 November 1880; of Oriel College, Oxford, 
B.A. 1902. 



Dorothy Gertrude, born 20 January, bapt. at All Saints', 
Claughton, co. Chester, 19 February 1882 (baptism 
registered at St. Saviour's, Oxton). 



Josephine Maria, born 31 May, 
bapt. at St. Saviour's, Oxton, 
I July 1852 ; marr. at Bidston, 
CO. Chester (by the Rev. Canon 
Drummond Anderson), on 
Wednesday, 24 August 1881, 
Robert Balfour of Chislehurst, 
CO. Kent (son of James Balfour 
of Letham, in the parish of 
Scoonie, co. Fife, by Isabella 
his wife, dau. of Alexander 
Hutchison of Fosterton, co. 
Fife); born at Pilmuir, Largo, 
CO. Fife, 6 March 1844. 
T 



Florence Gwynedd, born 2 1 March, 
bapt. at All Saints', Claughton, 27 
May 1885. 



Robert Gordon Beazley, born 2 
November, bapt. at All Saints', 
Oxton, 18 December 1887. 



147 



Frank Charles Beazley 
of Fern Hill, Oxton, co. 
Chester; born 27 June, 
bapt. at St. Saviour's, 
Oxton, 1 6 September 
1856 ; educated at 
Marlborough College 
1870-73. 



Edwin Arthur Beazley of= 
Oxton; born 17 August, 
bapt. at St. Saviour's, 
Oxton, 1 5 September 
1857 ; educated at 
Marlborough College 
1870-73; J.P. for the 
borough of Birkenhead, 
CO. Chester. 



=Alice Maud, eldest dau. of George Richard 
Wilson of The Hermitage, Oxton, by Jane 
Ann his wife, dau. of David Lamb of 
Brechin, co. Forfar, J.P. for co. Forfar ; 
born 26 February 1863, and bapt. at 
St. Jude's Episcopal Church, Glasgow; 
marr. by licence at Bidston, co. Chester 
(by the Rev. John Findlay Buckler, assisted 
by the Rev. Percival Carteret Robin), on 
Thursday, 22 November 1883. 



James Geoffrey Brydon Beazley, 
born at 1 1 Shrewsbury Road, 
Oxton, on Tuesday, 23 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at St. Saviour's, 
Oxton, 12 November 1884; 
educated at Marlborough 
College. 



George Douglas Beazley, born 
I March, bapt. at St. Saviour's, 
Oxton, 21 April 1887 ; died, 
aged 5 years and 5 months, 
30 July, bur. in Birkenhead 
Cemetery at Flaybrick Hill, 
Bidston, i August 1892. M.I. 



Edwin Clover Beazley, born 1 1 May, 
bapt. at St. Saviour's, Oxton, 2 July 
1888 ; died, aged 6 months, 30 
November, bur. in Birkenhead 
Cemetery at Flaybrick Hill, Bidston, 
I December 1888. M.I. 



John Roland Beazley, born 21 
February, bapt. at St. Saviour's, 
Oxton, 20 March 1890. 



Helen Margaret, born 
2 October, bapt. at St. 
Saviour's, Oxton, 25 
October 1B93. 



Barbara Noel, born 18 
December 1894, bapt. 
at St. Saviour's, Oxton, 
II March 1895. 



Frank Forbes Beazley, 
Harold Gilroy Beazley, born 26 born 26 January, bapt. 
April, bapt. at St. Saviour's, Oxton, at St. Saviour's, Oxton, 
10 July 1891. 18 March 1896. 



"S'S.lJtcujti^^ 



148 



impson of JFoston 3|all to. ©orfe. 

Arms. — Per bend nebulae, or and sable, a lion rampant counter-changed. 



John Simpson of Hart Hill, Pendleton, co. Lancaster, formerly of= 
Bonsall, co. Derby, and afterwards of Manchester (son of Adam 
Simpson of Bonsall, who died there, aged 65, 14 October 1782, 
by Elizabeth his 2nd wife, dau. of Samuel and Mary Oldham of 
Hallfieldgate, co. Derby); born 17 September 1758; J. P. for co. 
Lancaster ; died, aged 44, 24 December, bur. in a vault within the 
rails of the Communion Table at the parish church, Eccles, co. 
Lancaster, 29 December 1802. M.L Will dated 22 December 
1802, proved February 1803. 



^Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas 
Hawkesley of Nottingham, 
by Elizabeth his wife ; 
marr. at St. Mary's, Not- 
tingham, 17 July 1783; 
died, aged 53, and bur. at 
the parish church, Eccles, 
18 January 181 2. M.L 



John Hawkesley 
Simpson, born 
18 March, died 
15 July, and bur. 
at Bonsall 1 7 
July 1785. 



John Simpson of Hart Hill, Pendleton,= 
and afterwards of Salthrop, co. Wilts ; 
bom 14 October 1787; died at Salthrop, 
aged 79, 19 March, bur. at Broad Hinton, 
CO. Wilts, 26 March 1867. Will dated 
9 January 1852, proved (Prin. Reg., 370, 
67) 20 May 1867, by Margaret Simpson 
of Salthrop, in the parish of Wroughton, 
CO. Wilts, the relict, and Margaret Simp- 
son of Salthrop, spinster, the daughter, 
the Executrixes. 



=pMargaret, 2nd dau. of Edward 
Hobson of Hope Hall, co. Lan- 
caster; marr. 24 October 18 14; 
died at Fyning, co. Hants, aged 
76, on Tuesday, 2 April, bur. at 
Rogate, CO. Sussex, 8 April 1872. 
Will dated 18 April 1867, proved 
at Chichester 23 May 1872, by 
John Simpson of Fyning, in 
Rogate, CO. Sussex, a Colonel in 
H.M. Army, the son, the sole Exor. 



Major-General John Simpson, C.B.; born 
23 August, bapt. at the parish church, 
Eccles, 24 October 181 5 ; entered the 
Army as Ensign 34th Regiment 13 March 
1835, Lieutenant 3 November 1837, Cap- 
tain 26 January 1844, Major 29 December 
1854, Lieut-Colonel 17 July 1855, Colonel 
20 April 1 86 1, Major-General 16 May 
1874; served with the 34th Regiment in 
the Crimean Campaign from 9 December 
1854, including the siege and fall of 
Sebastopol, commanded a party in the 
assault (wounded) and capture of the 
Quarries, also present at the assault of the 
Redan 8 September (medal with clasp. 
Brevet of Lieut. -Colonel, Knight of the 
Legion of Honour, Sardinian medal, 5th- 
class Medjidie and Turkish medal); served 
in the Indian campaigns 1857-59, and was 
present at the actions of Cawnpore 26-28 
November 1857, capture of Meeangunge, 
siege and capture of Lucknow, relief of 
Azinghur, and commanded a column of 
Colonel Kelly's force at the defeat of the 
rebels under Bala Rao, near Bootwul, on 
the Nepaul Frontier (twice mentioned in 
despatches, medal with clasp, and C.B. 
14 May 1859); died at Fyning, aged 63, 
on Sunday, 8 September, bur. at Rogate 
13 September 1878. Will dated 11 May 
1871, proved at Chichester I October 1878, 
by Margaret Simpson of Fyning, co. Sussex, 
spinster, the sister, the sole Executrix. 



Margaret, born 23 November, bapt. at the parish 
church, Eccles, 31 December 1816 ; died un- 
married at Fyning, aged 84, on Monday, 6 May, 
bur. at Rogate on Thursday, 9 May 1901. Will 
dated 25 April 1899, proved at Chichester 14 
August 1 90 1, by the Rev. John Simeon Barrow, 
Sir William Paget, Bart., and Edward Gerald 
Pemberton, gent. 

Emily, born at Eccles in March, and bapt. at the 
parish church, Eccles, 8 July 18 18; marr. at 
the British Embassy, Paris, 20 October 1840, 
Lieut.-Colonel Edward Fitzgerald Brenan (son of 
Patrick Brenan, Captain 97th Regiment) ; born 
at HaHfax, Nova Scotia, in 18 14; served in action 
off Cape St. Vincent under Sir Charles Napier, at 
the assault and capture of Irun, siege of Oporto 
and capture of Ayelta under General Sir de Lacey 
Evans; made Brevet-Lieut.-Colonel for gallantry at 
Irun, and received ist-class Spanish Order of San 
Fernando at Ayetta, and ist-class of the Order of 
the Tower and Sword for action at Cape St. Vincent; 
commanded a regiment of Bashi Bazouks in the 
Crimea under General William Ferguson Beatson, 
and received 4th-class Medjidie ; died at Delafield 
House, First Tower, St. Aubin's Road, Jersey, in 
his 5 9th year, on Sunday, 8 September, bur. at 
St. Brelade's, Jersey, 11 September 1872. Admon 
was granted at the Principal Registry 24 October 
1872, to Gerald Brenan of Les Pris House, 
Grouville, in the Island of Jersey, the son, and one 
of the next of kin. She died 24 November, and 
was bur. at St. Brelade's, Jersey, 27 November 1863. 



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Rev. Francis Simpson of Foston Hall, co.= 
York; born at Manchester 25 May 1790, 
bapt. privately, and received into the church 
at the parish church, Eccles, 7 December 
1794 ; Vicar of Boynton and Carnaby, with 
Fraisthorpe, co. York ; died at Boynton on 
Tuesday, 12 October, bur. there 19 October 
1869. Will dated 30 October 1868, with 
codicil dated 20 August 1869, proved at 
York 20 November 1869, by Charles 
Simpson of Chilworth Court, Romsey, co. 
Hants, the son, and William Gray of the 
City of York, the Exors. 



=Anne, 4th dau. of Sir William Strickland of Boynton 
and Newton, co. York, 6th Bart., by Henrietta his 
wife, 3rd dau. and coheir of Nathaniel Cholmley 
of Whitby Abbey, Howsham and North Elmsall, 
CO. York; born at Welburn, co. York, 31 Decem- 
ber 1790, bapt. at Kirkdale, co. York, 11 January 
1791 ; marr. at Boynton 12 April 1814; died at 
Boynton, aged 77, on Monday, 7 September, bur. 
there 12 December 1868. 

{See Pedigree of Strickland, Vol. p, 
page loi.) 



Fanny Selina, 7th dau. of Josias Du Pr6= 
Alexander of Stonehouse, near Broad- 
stairs, CO. Kent, M.P. for Old Sarum 
1820-32, a Director of the Hon'''= East 
India Company, by Mary his wife, dau. 
of the Rev. Thomas Bracken ; born at 
7 Grosvenor Square, London ; marr. at 
St. Peter's Eaton Square, London, 22 
January 1846 ; died at the Rectory, 
Foston, aged 55, on Friday, 12 June, 
bur. at Wintringham, co. York, 15 June 
1877. I St wife. 



=Rev. Francis Simpson of Foston= 
Hall ; born at Oswaldkirk, co. 
York, 12 January, bapt. there 
18 May 1815; educated at 
Shrewsbury and at Queen's 
College, Cambridge, B. A. 1838, 
M.A. 1841; Vicar of Boynton 
1840, Rector of Foston since 
1857 ; J. P. for the East and 
North Ridings, co. York. 



=Jane, eldest dau. of 
John Bogle of Wood- 
side, Torquay, co. 
Devon; marr. at St. 
John's, Torquay (by 
the Rev. Thomas Nash 
Hicks, Vicar of St. 
Matthias', Ilsham, co. 
Devon), on Thursday, 
13 April 1882. 2nd 
wife. 



Francis Charles Simpson^ 
of Goldings, co. Hants, 
and of Maypool, Chur- 
ston Ferrers, South 
Devon; born at Boynton 
on Tuesday, 2 March, 
bapt. there 18 April 
1847; educated at Eton 
and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1869; 
J. P. and County Coun- 
cillor for CO. Devon. 



Marianne Frances, dau. and heiress 
of Francis Russell Apletre and 
grand-daughter and heiress of 
William Apletre of Goldings, co. 
Hants, and Deddington, co. Oxford ; 
born at Goldings, and bapt. at the 
parish church, Basingstoke, co. 
Hants, 27 December 1843; marr. 
at the parish church, Basingstoke 
(by the father of the bridegroom, 
assisted by the Ven*"'* Augustus 
Macdonald Hopper, Archdeacon of 
Norwich, uncle of the bride, and 
the Rev. Lovelace Bigge Wither), 
on Wednesday, 3 April 1872. 



Mary Anne, born at Boynton 
2 2 February, bapt. there i April 
1 849 ; marr. at Foston on Thurs- 
day, 29 July 1875, Alfred John 
Cholmley of Place Newton, 
Rillington, co. York (youngest 
son of Sir George Cholmley, 
Bart.); born at Spring Gardens, 
London, 2 September, bapt. 
at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
London, 15 November 1845 ; 
of Queen's College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1868; J.P., D.L. and 
County Councillor for the East 
Riding, co. York. =j= 



Freda Frances Margaret, born 
at Combecote, Dartmouth, co. 
Devon, on Monday, 30 April 
1877, died the same day, and 
bur. at Townstall, co. Devon. 

Francis Russell Benedict 
Simpson, born at Paignton, co. 
Devon, on Wednesday, 7 July, 
bapt. there 4 August 1880; 
educated at Eton and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 
January 1900. 



Ralph Christopher Simpson, 
born at Dartmouth on Friday, 
12 January, bapt. there 9 
February 1883 ; educated at 
Radley ; entered the Army as 
2nd Lieutenant Royal Artillery 
June 1902. 

Margaret Noel, born at Paignton 
on Saturday, 20 December 
1884, bapt. there 16 January 
1885. 



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Walter Anthony Simpson, 
born at Maypool, Churston 
Ferrers, on Wednesday, 13 
January, bapt. at Paignton 
10 February 1886; educated 
at Radley. 

Esther Mary Winifred, born at 
Maypool, Churston Ferrers, 
on All Saints' Day, Friday, 
I November, bapt. at Paignton 
25 November 18S9. 



Richard Simpson, Richard Simpson of Mellor Lodge, co. Chester and „. 
born 5 August The CHffe, Douglas, Isle of Man; born at Manchester 
1791 ; died 27 31 July 1792, bapt. privately, and received into the 
August following, church at the parish church, Eccles, 7 December 
1794 ; J-P- and D.L. for the counties of Lancaster and 
„.„ Chester, and J. P. for the Isle of Man; died at The 

Lliffe, Douglas, aged 79, on Friday, 8 March, bur. in the churchyard at 
St. George's, Douglas, 14 March 1872. Will dated i August 1858, with 
codicil dated 6 September 1871, proved (Prin. Reg., 339, 72) 31 May 1872, 
by Alexander Taubman Goldie of Douglas, Captain in the Royal Navy, and 
Richard Simpson of Manchester, co. Lancaster, gent, the son, the Exors. 



of=j=Jane, only dau. of 
Thomas Beard of Gorton 
House, CO. Lancaster ; 
marr. at St. Mary's, 
Manchester, 23 August 
1815; died at The 
Cliffe, Douglas, aged 56, 
on Tuesday, 2 October, 
bur. in the churchyard 
at St. George's, Douglas, 
9 October 1849. 

c 



Richard Simpson, born 16 September= 
181 7 ; died suddenly at Beaufort House, 
Demesne Road, Alexandra Park, Man- 
chester, aged 66, on Wednesday, 27 
June, bur. in Southern Cemetery, 
Manchester, 3 July 1883. Will dated 
16 August 1882, proved at Manchester 
II August 1883, by Frances Mary 
Simpson of Beaufort House, Demesne 
Road, Alexandra Park, Manchester, the 
relict, the sole Executrix. 



=Frances Mary, youngest dau. of Thomas Henry Hill of 
Cote Bank, Westbury-on-Trym, co. Gloucester, by Amelia 
Anna Maria McGeachy his wife ; born at Clifton, co. 
Gloucester, 11 November 1838; marr. at St. Gabriel's, 
Warwick Square, London (by the Rev. Edward Hill, 
Rector of Wolston, co. Buckingham, cousin of the bride), 
on Thursday, 26 August 1875; died at Twickenham, co. 
Middlesex, 5 April, bur. at Esher, co. Surrey, 8 April 
1892. Will dated 8 August 1884, proved (Prin. Reg., 
599) 92) 31 May 1892, by James Francis Hatfield Harter, 
and Maria Elizabeth Grubb, widow, the surviving Exors. 



Jessy Hilda, born at Gore House, Greenheys, Manchester, on Thursday, 
30 May 1878, and bapt. at St. Peter's, Manchester; marr. at St. Peter's, 
Petersham, co. Surrey (by the Rev. Frederic Cavan Blyth, Rural Dean, Rector 
of Silk Willoughby, co. Lincoln, assisted by the Rev. William Henry Oxley, 
the Vicar, and the Rev. Derek Harold Ellice Keppel), on Thursday, 1 2 June 
igo2, Lionel Warde of Petersham (only son of Henry Lionel Warde of 
Petersham House, Petersham) ; born at Queen's Road, Richmond, co. Surrey, 
on Saturday, 16 June 1877. 



Margaret, born 
at Gore House, 
Greenheys, Man- 
chester, on Satur- 
day, 16 September 
1882, and bapt. 
at St. Peter's, 
Manchester. 



Charles Simpson of= 
Chilworth Court, co. 
Hants; born 7 March 
1816; J.P. for East 
Riding, co. York, and 
CO. Devon ; died s.p. 
at Chilworth, aged 83, 
7 December, bur. there 
10 December 1899. 
Will dated 26 August 
1899, with codicil 
dated 5 December 
1899, proved at Win- 
chester 20 January 
i9oo,byDigbyCharIes 
Legard and Montagu 
Heath Hall, the Exors. 



=Eliza Harriet, dau. 
of Colonel Brown 
of Galway, and 
widow of Lieutenant 
Darby ; marr. in 
New South Wales 
16 June 1842 ; died 
at Chilworth, aged 
93, on Saturday, 25 
January, bur. there 
29 January 1902. 



Henrietta Isabella, born 12 December 181 7; marr. at 
Foston, CO. York, 6 October 1846, the Rev. Digby 
Charles Legard (2nd son of Digby Legard of Watton 
Abbey, co. York, by Frances his wife, dau. of Ralph 
Creyke of Marton and Rawcliffe, co. York); born 29 
May 1815 ; of Wadham College, Oxford, matriculated 
28 February 1833, aged 17, Scholar of University 
College 1837-41, B.A. 1837, M.A. 1839; Rector of 
Lea, CO. Lincoln ; died at Burton Agnes, co. York, 
aged 36, 3 July, bur. at Lea 9 July 185 1. She died 
at Walcot, CO. Lincoln, aged 79, on Saturday, i May, 
and was bur. at Lea 5 May 1897. Will dated 10 
October 1887, proved (Prin. Reg., 802, 97) 20 July 
1897, by Digby Charles Legard, the son, the sole Exor. 

I 
(See Pedigree of Marriott, page 10 j.) 



Mary Emily (twin with Emma), born 8 September 1820; died at 
Claybrooke Hall, Lutterworth, co. Leicester, aged 63, on Saturday, 
20 September, bur. at Claybrooke 24 September 1884. AdiKon 
was granted at the Principal Registry 11 December 1884, to 
Charles Simpson of Stonehouse, co. Devon, the brother, and one 
of the next of kin. 

151 



Emma (twin with Mary Emily), 
born 8 September 1820, and 
died the same week. 



Louisa, born in December 1823. 



Charles Simpson, bom 
15 December 1794; 
an Ensign in the 3rd 
Foot Guards ; killed at 
Waterloo 1 8 June 1 8 1 5 . 
Adinon was granted 
(P.C.C, Wynne) 25 
May 1 816, to John 
Simpson, the natural 
and lawful brother and 
next of kin. 



Mary, born 29 July 1799; marr. at Cardington, co. Bedford, 22 
November 1822, Edmund Williams Gilbert (4th son of the Rev. 
Edmund Gilbert, Vicar of Constantine, co. Cornwall, by Anne his 
wife, dau. of Henry Garnett of Bristol, co. Gloucester) ; born 14 
January 1787; of the Royal Navy, Lieutenant 1808, Commander 
1822; 2nd in command of H.M.S. "Glasgow" at the battle of 
Algiers in 1816 (wounded); Inspecting Commander of the Coast- 
guard at Ballycastle, Ireland ; died at the Royal Naval Hospital, 
Plymouth, co. Devon, aged 62, on Monday, 26 February 1849, ^^'^ 
bur. in the cemetery of the Royal Naval Hospital, Plymouth. She 
died at Exmouth, co. Devon, i January 1899, and was bur. at 
St. John's, Withycombe, co. Devon. =p 

A 



Other 
issue. 



Jane, died unmarried, aged 77, i April, 
bur. at Thornthwaite, co. Cumberland, 
6 April 1895. Will dated 2 February 
1887, proved at Carlisle 26 July 1895, by 
Dora Blamire Jemima Goldie, spinster, 
the Executrix. 

George Simpson, born 2 January 1 8 1 9 ; died 
suddenly at Manchester, aged 35, on Mon- 
day, 2 January 1854, and bur. at Gorton, 
CO. Lancaster. 

Anna Maria, born 28 August 1820 j died 
unmarried i July, bur. at Thornthwaite 
4 July 1885. 



Mary, born 22 January 1822; marr. at Kirk Braddon, 
Douglas, Isle of Man, 15 July 1841, Captain Alexander 
Taubman Goldie of The Hermitage, Isle of Man, R.N. 
(3rd son of Lieut.-General Thomas Goldie of The 
Nunnery, Isle of Man, by Amelia Leigh his wife, of 
North Court, Isle of Wight) ; born at Piers Hill 
Barracks, Edinburgh, 24 January 181 1; died, in his 
82nd year, on Tuesday, 10 January, bur. in the church- 
yard at St. George's, Dfluglas, 14 January 1893. M.I. 
She died, aged 72, 25 January, and was bur. in the 
churchyard at St. George's, Douglas, i February 1894. 
M.I. Will dated 14 February 1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1009, 94) 10 October 1894, by Dora Blamire Jemima 
Goldie, spinster, the sole Executrix. =j= 

A 



Charles Frederick Simpson, born i November^ 
1825, and bapt. at Astbury, co. Chester; 
of the Hon'''^ East India Co.'s Service, 
Lieutenant 8th Regiment Bengal Native 
Infantry, Major of Brigade at Umballa 
(medals for Googerat and Mooltan 1849, and 
Delhi 1857) ; died at Siege of Delhi 20 
November 1857, and bur. at Delhi. 



Charles Frederick Richard= 
Simpson, bom 16 March 
1856, and bapt. at Umballa; 
educated at King William's 
College, Isle of Man. 



=Letitia Anne, 2nd dau. of George William Llewhellin 
of Williamston, co. Pembroke, by Anne Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Hugh Wilson ; born at Williamston 
26 May 1832 ; marr. at Christ Church, Mussoorie, 
North-West Provinces, India, 26 September 1854; 
marr. 2ndlyat Carew, co. Pembroke, 13 October 1859, 
Colonel John Vere William Henry Webb (son of 
John Wynne Webb, Captain 79th Highlanders) ; of 
the 8th Regiment of Foot (retired 7 March 1877). 

Constance Jane, eldest dau. of Isaac Hall of Whalley Range, Manchester, 
by Mary Sophia his wife, dau. of Thomas Heath ; bom at Chorlton- 
cum-Hardy, co. Lancaster, 30 December 1853 ; marr. at St. Margaret's, 
Whalley Range (by the Rev. Frederick Charles Woodhouse, Rector of 
St. Mary's, Hulme, co. Lancaster), on Thursday, 25 October 1883. 



Mary Constance, born at 
Mozzufferpore, Tirhoot, 
India, on Monday, 28 
July 1884. 



Richard Charles Simpson, 
bom at Whalley Range on 
Sunday, 7 March, bapt. at 
St. Margaret's, Whalley 
Range, 9 May 1886. 



Eveline Jane, born Gilbert Simpson, born 

at Chitwarrah, Tir- at Woodbank, Maccles- 

hoot, 10 October field, co. Chester, 4 

1887. December 1888. 



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152 



SEFTON. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Azure, a cross 
moline or. 

Crest. — A chapeau, gules, turned up ermine, adorned with 
a plume of peacock's feathers proper. 

Supporters. — Two lions azure. 

Motto. — Vivere sat vincere. 



efton. 



Sir Charles William Molyneux, Earl of Sefton, Viscount Molyneux of= 
Maryborough in the Peerage of Ireland, Baron Sefton of Croxteth, co. 
Lancaster, in that of the United Kingdom, and a Baronet of England 
(eldest son of William Philip, 2nd Earl of Sefton [who was created a 
Peer of the United Kingdom, as Baron Sefton of Croxteth, 20 June 
1831], by Maria Margaretta his wife, dau. of William, 6th Baron 
Craven); born at Berkeley Square, London, 10 July 1796; educated at 
Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 12 June 1816, aged 19; 
M.P. for South Lancashire 18 December 1832 to 30 December 1834; 
succeeded his father as 3rd Earl 20 November 1838 ; Lord Lieutenant 
and Vice-Admiral of the coast of Lancashire 17 July 1851 till his death ; 
died at Croxteth Hall, in his 60th year, 2 August, bur. in a vault in the 
church at Sefton, co. Lancaster, on Thursday, 9 August 1855. Will dated 
26 July 1847, with five codicils dated respectively 14 August 1854, 
30 June 1855 (two), 16 July 
1855, 21 July 1855, proved 
(P.C.C, 801, 55) 20 September 
1855, by Charles Towneley and 
John Pemberton Heywood, 
the Exors. 




=Mary Augusta, only 
dau. of Robert 
Gregge-Hopwood of 
Hopwood Hall, co. 
Lancaster, J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Lan- 
caster, High Sheriff 
1802, by the Hon'''* 
Cecilia his wife, 2nd 
dau. of John, 5th 
Viscount Torrington; 
born 19 April 1814; 
marr. at Hopwood 
19 June 1834. 



Sir William Philip Molyneux, Earl of Sefton, Viscount= 
Molyneux of Maryborough in the Peerage of Ireland, 
Baron Sefton of Croxteth, co. Lancaster, in that of the 
United Kingdom, and a Baronet of England, K.G., 
G.C.T.S. ; born at Croxteth Hall 14 October, bapt. at 
St. Helen's, Sefton, 22 October 1835 ; educated at Eton; of 
the Grenadier Guards 1854-58; served in the Crimean War; 
Lord Lieutenant for co. Lancaster 28 February 1858 till his 
death; Chief Commissioner with the Garter to H.M. King 
Louis I. of Portugal, who was invested therewith at Ajuda, 
near Lisbon, 4 May 1865; created K.G. 9 July 1885, a 
Knight Grand Cross of the Portugese Order of the Tower and 
Sword; succeeded his father as 4th Earl 2 August 1855; 
died at Sefton House, Belgrave Square, London, on Sunday, 

27 June, bur. in the churchyard of St. Chad's, Kirkby, in 
the parish of Walton-on-the-Hill, co. Lancaster, on Thursday, 
I July, 1897. Will dated 

28 January 1893, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 831, 97) 14 
July 1897, by Thomas 
Baring and the Hon''''^ 
Thomas Wodehouse Legh, 
the Exors. 




^f:^ 



=Hon'''= Cecil Emily, 5th dau. of 
the Rt. HonW= Sir William George 
Hylton Joliffe of Merstham, co. 
Surrey, ist Bart, and ist Baron 
Hylton, P.C, M.P. for Petersfield, 
by Eleanor his wife, 2nd dau. 
of the Hon'''^ Thomas Berkeley 
Paget ; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 18 July 
1866; died at 44 Lennox Gardens, 
Chelsea, London, on Saturday, 
25 February, bur. in the church- 
yard of St. Chad's, Kirkby, in the 
parish of Walton-on-the-Hill, on 
Tuesday, 28 February 1899. Will 
dated 23 September 1897, with 
codicil dated 4 February 1898, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 501, 99) 24 
April 1899, by the Hon^''^ Richard 
Frederick Molyneux, Lieutenant 
in the Royal Horse Guards, and 
Howard Henry Howard -Vyse, 
the Exors. 



Sir Charles William Hylton Molyneux, Earl of Sefton, Viscount Molyneux of Maryborough in 
the Peerage of Ireland, Baron Sefton of Croxteth, co. Lancaster, in that of the United 
Kingdom, and a Baronet of England ; born at Sefton House, Belgrave Square, London, on 
Tuesday, 25 June, bapt. at Holy Trinity, Knightsbridge, London, 27 July 1867 ; educated at 
Eton; Lieutenant Lancashire Hussars Yeomanry Cavalry 24 July 1886, A.D.C. to the Earl 
of (now the Marquis of) Zetland, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 1889-92 ; sometime an Attach^ 
at the British Embassy at Paris; succeeded his father as 5th Earl on Sunday, 27 June 1897; 
died at Croxteth Hall, aged 34, on Monday, 2 December, bur. in the churchyard of St. Chad's, 
Kirkby, in the parish of Walton-on-the-Hill, on Thursday, 5 December 1901. Admon was 
granted at the Principal Registry 14 January 1902, to the Rt. Hon'''^ Osbert Cecil, Earl of 
Sefton, and the Hon'''* Richard Frederick Molyneux, the natural and lawful brothers and two 
of the next of kin. 

156 



Lieut.-Colonel Caryl Craven Molyneux of Bodicote,= 
CO. Oxford ; born at Croxteth Hall, co. Lancaster, 
4 October, bapt. at St. Helen's, Sefton, co. Lancaster, 
8 November 1836 ; Ensign loth Hussars 6 June 
1856, Lieutenant 11 May 1858, Captain 9 March 
i860. Major 17 August 1870, retired as Lieut.- 
Colonel 26 March 1873 ; served in Indian Mutiny; 
J. P. for West Riding, co. York, and for co. Oxford. 



Caroline Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Sir Beilby 
Richard, 2nd Baron Wenlock of Wenlock, 
CO. Salop, Bart., by Lady Elizabeth 
his wife, 3rd dau. of the Rt. Hon'''* 
Richard, Marquess of Westminster, K.G., 
P.C. ; marr. at Escrick, co. York (by the 
Hon'''' and Rev< Stephen Lawley), ori 
Thursday, 21 April 1870. 



Caryl Richard Molyneux, born at 53 Grosvenor Place, 
London, on Thursday, 10 February, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, London, 12 March 187 1 ; 2nd Lieu- 
tenant 4th Hussars 8 October 1890, 2nd Lieutenant 
loth (Prince of Wales' Own) Hussars 22 October 1890, 
Lieutenant i June 1892. 



Francis Henry Molyneux, born at 
Lexden Villa, Colchester, co. Essex, 
on Monday, 19 February, bapt. at 
Escrick, co. York, 7 April 1872; 
died 2 May, bur. at Lexden, coj 
Essex, 4 May 1872. 



Gertrude Eleanor, born 
at Sefton House, Bel- 
grave Square, London, 
I July, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Knightsbridge, 
London, 27 July 1868. 



Rose Mary, born at 
Sefton House, Belgrave 
Square, London, 9 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Knightsbridge, 
London, 5 March 1870. 



Sir Osbert Cecil Molyneux, Earl= 
of Sefton, Viscount Molyneux of 
Maryborough in the Peerage of 
Ireland, Baron Sefton of Croxteth, 
CO. Lancaster, in that of the United 
Kingdom, and a Baronet of 
England; born at Sefton House, 
Belgrave Square, London, on 
Tuesday, 21 February, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square, Lon- 
don, 25 March 1871 ; Lieutenant 
3rd Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers 
16 August 1890, Lieutenant 2nd 
Life Guards 1895-98, Lieutenant 
Lancashire Hussars Imperial 
Yeomanry since 10 May 1898; 
succeeded his brother as 6th Earl 
on Monday, 2 December 1901. 



■Lady Helena Mary, 3rd dau. of 
Sir George Cecil Orlando, 4th Earl 
of Bradford, Viscount Newport of 
High Ercall, co. Salop, Baron 
Bradford of Bradford, in the same 
county, and a Baronet, M.P., by 
Lady Ida Frances Annabella his 
wife, 2nd dau. of Richard George, 
9th Earl of Scarborough ; born 
at 20 Lowndes Square, London, 
16 July, bapt. at St. Andrew's, 
Weston-under-Lyziard, co. Stafford, 
S September 1875 (Sponsor : 
H.R.H. Princess Christian); marr. 
at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London (by the Rev. Charles 
Barrington Walters), on Saturday, 
8 January 1898. 



Hugh William Osbert, Viscount 
Molyneux ; born at Croxteth 
2 December 1898, bapt. at 
St. Chad's, Kirkby, in the 
parish of Walton-on-the-Hill,co. 
Lancaster, 19 January 1899. 



Cecil Richard Molyneux, born 
at Dale Ford, Sandiway, co. 
Chester, on Saturday, 2 De- 
cember, bapt. at St. John's, 
Hartford, co. Chester, 30 
December 1899. 



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Cecilia Maria Charlotte, V.A., born at Croxteth Hall, co. Lancaster, 7 November, bapt. at 
St. Helen's, Sefton, co. Lancaster, 12 December 1838; Lady of the Bedchamber in Ordinary 
to H.M. Queen Victoria 1 888-1 901, and Hon. Lady-in- Waiting to H.R.H. the Duchess of 
Connaught; marr. at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 12 July 1869, Colonel Sir Hugh Richard, 
8th Viscount Downe in the Peerage of Ireland, and Baron Dawnay of Danby, North Riding, 
CO. York, in that of the United Kingdom, and a Baronet of England, C.B., CLE. (eldest 
son of William Henry, 7th Viscount Downe, by Mary Isabel his wife, 4th dau. of the Hon'''= 
and Rt. Rev. Richard Bagot, Bishop of Oxford [afterwards Bishop of Bath and Wells]) ; born 
at Eaton Square, London, on Saturday, 20 July 1844; educated at Eton and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 17 April 1863, aged 18, B.A. 5 November 1868, and M.A. the following day; 
Comet and Sub-Lieutenant 2nd Life Guards 8 August 1865, Lieutenant 10 November 1869, 
Captain 25 June 1873, Brevet-Major 29 November 1879, Major i July 1881-86, Lieut.-Colonel 
(half-pay) 14 July 1886; Lieut.-Colonel 2nd Dragoon Guards 7 August 1886, Lieut.-Colonel 
(Colonel 7 August 1890) Commanding loth Hussars 11 August 1886-92; served in South African 
War 1879, in Zulu Campaign (mentioned in despatches, medal with clasp. Brevet of Major) ; 
A.D.C. to Major-General Cavalry Brigade, Cape of Good Hope, 6 April 1879 to August 1882 ; 
attached to Marquess of Northampton's special mission to Spain 1881 ; A.D.C. to H.R.H. 
Duke of Connaught, commanding division Bengal Army 26 November 1883 to i October 1885 ; 
A.D.C. to H.R.H. Duke of Cambridge, Commander-in-Chief, 3 August 1892 to 31 October 
1895; Colonel on Staff commanding Cavalry Brigade, Curragh, i November 1897 to 22 
December 1899; served in South African War 1899-1900 as A.D.C. to the Rt. Hon'''= Field 
Marshal Lord Roberts 23 December 1899 to 31 January 1900, and in charge of the foreign 
military attaches (graded A.A.G.) i February to 20 July 1900 (mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 8 February and 16 April 1901, medal with five clasps, and C.B. 29 November 
1900); temporary Biigadier-General commanding 3rd Cavalry Brigade, Curragh, since 3 July 
1901 ; nominated CLE. 12 March 1886; Order of the Red Eagle, 2nd-class ; accompanied 
Earl of Mount-Edgcumbe on special mission to announce accession of H.M. King Edward VII. 
1901 ; J. P. for CO. Northampton ; succeeded his father as 8th Viscount Downe 26 January 
1857 ; created Baron Dawnay of Dauby, North Riding, co. York, in the Peerage of the United 
Kingdom, 24 July 1897. =f= 



Richard Frederick Molyneux, born at Sefton House, Belgrave Square, London, on Monday, 
24 March, bapt. at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, 22 April 1873; Lieutenant 3rd Battahon 
Lancashire Fusiliers 13 August 1892, Lieutenant Royal Horse Guards (Blue) 11 November 
1896; served in the operations on North-West Frontier of India 1897-98, as Extra Orderiy 
Officer to General Officer Commanding Tirah Expedition; in the Nile Expeditionary Force 
1898 (medal with two clasps), at the battle of Khartoum (severely wounded, mentioned in 
despatches, "London Gazette," 30 September 1898, Egyptian medal with clasp, medal); in 
South African War 1899-1900, on Staff as A.D.C. to temporary Brigadier-General Earl of Errol 
(commanding a Brigade of Imperial Yeomanry in South Africa) 1900. 



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Captain Henry Hervey Molyneux of^Alice Catherine, youngest dau. of Humphrey St. John 



Sanham House, Melton Mowbray, 
CO. Leicester, R.N. ; born at Crox- 
teth, CO. Lancaster, on Monday, i8 
April, bapt. at St. Helen's, Sefton, 
CO. Lancaster, 21 May 1842. 



Mildmay, M.P., by Marianne Frances his 2nd wife, eldest 
dau. of Granville Harcourt Vernon, M.P. ; marr. at 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London (by the Rev. Arundell 
St. John Mildmay), on Thursday, 23 October 1873. 



Roger Gordon Molyneux, born at Croxteth on Thursday,= 
14 January, bapt. at St. Helen's, Sefton, 6 February 1849 ; 
Captain ist Dragoon Guards, afterwards Major Duke of 
Lancaster's Own Yeomanry Cavalry 1881; died at Villa Martha, 
Saint Jean de Luz, Basses Pyrenees, France, aged 44, on 
Saturday, 9 September, bur. in the Catholic Cemetery there 
II September 1893. Will dated 20 October 1890, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 919, 93) 24 October 1893, by Anna Mary Vivienne 
Molyneux, the relict, the sole Executrix. 



=Anna Mary Vivienne, dau. of 
William Dickinson, Deputy 
Finance Minister of Canada ; 
bom in Canada ; marr. at the 
Church of Our Lady of the 
Rosary, Marylebone Road, 
London (by the Rev. John 
Joseph Brenan), on Saturday, 
4 October 1890. 



Roger Anthony Molyneux, born at Kensington, 
London, 2 February, bapt. at the Pro-Cathedral, 
Kensington, 23 February 1892; died at Beau- 
mont Jesuit College, Windsor, co. Berks, 
8 August, bur. in the Catholic Churchyard of 
St. Swithin's, Gillmoss, in the parish of West 
Derby, co. Lancaster, 15 August 1902. 




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3^tce. formerly of Eougfjor, to. (Bhrnox^m. 

Arms. — Sable, a chevron between three spear-heads erect argent, 

embrued at the points gules. 
Crest. — A spear-head as in the arms. 



Rev. John Morgan Rice of Tooting, co. Surrey, and= 
of Brighton, co. Sussex (son of John Rice of Tooting 
Graveney, by Frances his wife, elder dau. of Samuel 
Plumbe); born at Tooting 26 April, bapt. at the 
parish church, Tooting, 25 May 1774; of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1796, M.A. 1819; died, 
aged 59, 24 November, bur. at the parish church, 
Tooting, 30 November 1833. M.I. Will dated 
30 July 1832, proved (P.C.C., 363 Teignmouth) 
2 June 1834, by Elizabeth Rice, the relict, and the 
Rev. Horatio Morgan Rice, the son, the Exors. 



^Elizabeth, eldest dau. of William Holmes 
of Westcombe Park, co. Kent, by 
Margaret Parke his wife ; marr. at the 
parish church, Greenwich, co. Kent, 
18 December 1804; died at Brighton, 
aged 76, 28 March, bur. at the parish 
church. Tooting, 5 April 1852. M.I. 
Will dated 8 October 185 1, proved 
(RCC, 339, 52) 8 April 1852, by the 
Rev. Horatio Morgan Rice, the son, 
and Samuel Thornton, the Exors. 



Rev. Horatio Morgan Rice of South Hill, co.= 
Cornwall; born at Bevis Hill, South Stoneham, 
CO. Hants, 12 November 1805; educated at West- 
minster School and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1827 ; Rector of South Hill with Callington, 
CO. Cornwall, 1841 ; J. P. for co. Cornwall; died at 
the Rectory, South Hill, in his 58th year, on 
Tuesday, 20 October, bur. at South Hill 24 October 
1863. Will dated 10 January 1844, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 728, 63) 18 December 1863, by John 
Goodrich Dick of Paignton, co. Devon, a Captain 
in her Majesty's Navy, the surviving Exor. 



=Emily Beatrice, youngest dau. of Rear- 
Admiral John Dick of Saling Hall, co. 
Essex, by his wife, Augusta Goodrich of 
Saling Grove, co. Essex; born 13 July 
1818; marr. at All Saints', Southampton, 
22 June 1841 ; died at 26 St. Giles' Street, 
Oxford, 12 May 1888. Adroon was 
granted at the Principal Registry 25 August 
1888, to Lucy Augusta Rice of South 
Grove, Parks Road, Oxford, spinster, the 
daughter, and one of the next of kin. 



Lucy Augusta, Rev. Morgan John Rice of Grange Erin, Douglas,= 

born at Cal- co. Cork; born at the Rectory, South Hill, 14 

stock, CO. Corn- December 1847, bapt. at South Hill (by his father) 

wall, 22 June, 23 January 1848; educated at Marlborough and 

bapt. at South at Wadham College, Oxford, matriculated 28 

Hill (by her January 1867, aged 19, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1891 ; 

father) 28 Au- died at the Grand Hotel de la Mediterran^e, 

gust 1842. Pegli, Italy, aged 47, on Saturday, 6 April, bur. 

at Pegli 9 April 1895. Will dated 15 November 

1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 781, 95) 24 June 1895, 

by Caroline Isabella Rice, His Honour Judge 

James Valentine Austin, County Court Judge, and 

Herbert Warren, the Exors. 




=Caroline Isabella, eldest 
dau. of General Henry 
Hamilton, C.B., of Grange 
Erin, Douglas, of the 78th 
Highlanders and Colonel 
Leinster Regiment, by 
Isabella his wife, dau. of 
Joseph Deane-Freeman of 
Castle Cor, co. Cork, J. P. 
and D.L. ; born at Poona, 
India, and bapt. there ; 
marr. at St. Luke's, Douglas 
(by the Rev.Canon Harley, 
Rector of Christ Church, 
Cork, and the Rev. George 
Pring Quick, the Rector), 
on Thursday, 19 October 
1893- 



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Emily Elizabeth, born 5 April 1807; marr. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 8 September 1840, Rear- Admiral Samuel Thornton, 
R.N. (youngest son of Samuel Thornton of Clapham, and of Albury 
Park, CO. Surrey, M.P., by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Robert Milnes of 
Wakefield, CO. York); born 2 March 1797,; drowned at sea on his passage 
from Malta to England, by falling overboard from the Peninsular and 
Oriental Company's steam-packet " Ripon," aged 62, 16 May 1859. 
Will dated 12 July 1852, with codicil dated 27 July 1852, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 389, 59) 16 June 1859, by Alexander LesHe Melville of Windsor, 
CO. Berks, the nephew, one of the Exors. Double probate proved at 
the Principal Registry 6 June i860, by Emily Elizabeth Thornton, the 
relict, one other of the Exors. Power reserved to Percy Melville 
Thornton, a minor, the other Exor, when he shall attain the age of 
21 years. She died at 23 Cathcart Road, West Brompton, London, 
on Monday, 6 January 1868, and was bur. in the cemetery at Charlton, 
CO. Kent. Adinon was granted at the Principal Registry 24 August 
1868, to Percy Melville Thornton of 23 Cathcart Road, West Brompton, 
CO. Middlesex, the son, and one of the next of kin. 

T 

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Percy John Rice, 
born at Woverton, 
CO. Hants, 8 Jan- 
uary 1810J Major 
of the 51st Regi- 
ment at Bangalore, 
India ; died at 
Bangalore 22 May 
1850. Admon was 
granted (P.C.C.) 
28 July 1851, to 
the Rev. Horatio 
Morgan Rice, the 
brother, Elizabeth 
Rice, the mother, 
having renounced. 



Lucy Maria, born at Brighton, co. Sussex, 
8 September 18 14; marr. at the parish church, 
Brighton (by the Rev. Horatio Morgan Rice, 
Rector of South Hill with Callington, co. Cornwall), 
on Tuesday, 10 June 1845, Edmund William Elton 
(4th son of Lieut.-Colonel Sir Charles Abraham 
Elton of Clevedon Court, co. Somerset, Bart., of 
the 4th Regiment and Lieut.-Colonel Somerset 
Mihtia, by Sarah his wife, dau. of Joseph Smith 
of Bristol, CO. Gloucester) ; born at Savile Place, 
CHfton, CO. Gloucester, 22 December 1822, and 
bapt. there privately. She died at Clifton on 
Saturday, 16 May 1846, and was bur. at Clevedon. 
He marr. 2ndly at Florence, Italy, in 1850, 
Clementina Sandryk of Florence, by whom he 
had issue ; she died at Florence 24 March 1886, 
and was bur. in the new cemetery at Florence. 
He died at Florence, aged 36, 2 December 1859, 
and was bur. in the old cemetery at Florence. 
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Helena Louisa, born at Brighton 3 October 
18 19; marr. at the parish church, Charlton 
(by the Rev. Horatio Morgan Rice, brother 
of the bride. Rector of South Hill with 
Callington, assisted by the Rev. Edmund 
Fearon Burrell Bourke Fellowes, brother 
of the bridegroom), on Saturday, 13 
October 1855, the Rev. Augustus William 
Dorset Fellowes (2nd son of the Rev. 
Henry Fellowes, Vicar of Sidbury, co. 
Devon) ; Vicar of Nether Wallop, co. 
Hants, formerly Vicar of St. Martin's, 
York, and Minor Canon of York Minster; 
died at Sidmouth, co. Devon, on Friday, 
8 May 1857. Will dated 27 January 
1857, proved (P.C.C, 538, 57) 9 July 
1857, by Helena Louisa Fellowes, the 
reHct, the sole Executrix. 



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«l|)ttafeer of Mtii €lh. to, ©orfe. 



Captain Thomas Whitaker, R.N., of Kirk Ella, co. York (son of Thomas= 
and Mary Whitaker of Worksop, co. Nottingham) ; born 1 1 February 
1788 ; served at the battle of Trafalgar under Lord Nelson 21 October 
1805 ; died at the Rectory, Leconfield, co. York, in his 87th year, on 
Sunday, 14 June, bur. at Leconfield 19 June 1874. M.I. Will dated 
18 March 1872, proved at York i August 1874, by the Rev. 
Robert Whitaker of 
Leconfield, the son, the 
sole Exor. 



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=Mary, dau. of William 
Huntington of Hull, co. 
York, by Mary Capstick 
his wife ; marr. by licence 
at Kirk Ella 3 December 
1823; died at Kirk Ella, 
aged 33, 2 April, bur. 
there 11 April 1835. 



Mary, born at Kirk 
Ella 1 7 February, 
bapt. there 6 March 
1825; died at Kirk 
Ella, aged 5, and 
bur. there 17 April 
1830. _ 

Thomas Whitaker, 
born at Kirk Ella, 
and bapt. there 9 
July 1827; died, 
aged 3, and bur. at 
Kirk Ella 3 July 
1830. 



Rev. Robert Whitaker, born at: 
Kirk Ella 1 2 February, bapt. there 
14 March 1831 ; of Trinity Col- 
lege, Cambridge, M.A. 1854; 
Rector of Scorborough with 
Leconfield, co. York, for 22 years; 
died at Leconfield, in his 50th 
year, on Wednesday, 1 9 May, bur. 
there 24 May 1880. M.L Will 
dated 10 February 1879, proved 
at York 6 August 1880, by Sophia 
Lowe Thornton Whitaker of 
Leconfield Rectory, co. York, the 
relict, the sole Executrix. 




=Sophia Lowe Thornton, younger dau. 
of William Duesbery Thornton- 
Duesbery of Scalby, co. York, by 

Dorothy Richardson his wife, 2nd dau. 
of John Travis, Deputy Recorder and 
Town Clerk of Scarborough ; born at 
Scalby 30 May, bapt. there 24 June 
1836 ; marr. at the parish church, 
Overton, co. York (by the Rev. James 
Henry Pickering, the Vicar, assisted by 
the Rev. Frederick William Hayden), 
on Thursday, 26 June 1856. 

I^See Pedigree of Thornton- Duesbery, 
Vol. 9, page 63.) 



Thomas Percy Duesbery Thornton 
Whitaker, born at Stokesley-in-Cleveland, 
CO. York, on Thursday, 7 May 1857 ; died 
at the Rectory, Leconfield, in his 3rd year, 
on Wednesday, 18 Jan., bur. at Leconfield 
23 Jan. i860. M.L 

Mary Sophia, born at Cherry Burton, co. 
York, and bapt. there 1 July 1858; marr. 
at St. Peter's, Streatham, co. Surrey (by 
the Rev. Francis Earle, Rector of Tanfield, 
West Riding, co. York), on Wednesday, 
8 Oct. 1884, David Fowler Burton of 
Cherry Burton (eldest son of David 
Burton of Cherry Burton, J. P. and D.L., 
Barrister-at-Law, by Fanny his 2nd wife, 
dau. of Frederic Cowper of Carleton Hall 
and Skelton, co. Cumberland) \ born at 
Cherry Burton on Wednesday, 7 Oct. 
1857 ; a Student of the Middle Temple 
22 Jan. 1877, called to the Bar 26 Jan. 
1882; J. P. and CountyAlderman for East 
Riding, co. York, Lord of the Manor of 
Cherry Burton and of the Beverley 
Chapter House; Patron of the living of 
Cherry Burton. =j= 



Lieut.-Colonel Charles Hildyard= 
Thornton Whitaker, born at 
Cherry Burton 10 May, bapt. 
there 8 June 1859; entered the 
Army as 2nd Lieutenant in the 
105th Regiment 22 January 
1879, Captain Yorkshire Light 
Infantry (King's Own) 28 April 
1884, Major I St Battalion 7 April 
1897, Deputy- Assistant Com- 
missary-General, Commissariat 
and Transport Staff, 1 6 February 
1885 to 10 December 1888, 
Adjutant Militia i March 1892 
to 3 May 1897 ; appointed 2nd 
in command ist Battalion York- 
shire Light Infantry (King's Own) 
March 1900, and promoted 
Lieut.-Colonel to command 2nd 
Battalion 19 July 1902 ; served in 
South African War, in command 
at Standerton. 



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=Ruth Helen, only 
dau. of Thomas 
Barwise Harkness 
of The Minster 
Court, York, Sur- 
veyor to General 
Post OflSce, by 
Helen Burke 

Browne his wife, 
dau. of Robert 
Cockburn ; born 
at Edinburgh, and 
bapt. there ; marr. 
at St. Maurice's, 
York (by the Rev. 
Edward Aldous 
Lane, the Vicar), 
on Tuesday, 3 
February 1880. 



George Whitaker, born i8 February, bapt. at 
Kirk Ella, co. York, 25 March 1833; died 
unmarried at 6 Jarratt Street, Kingston-upon- 
Hull, CO. York, aged 30, 13 June, bur. at Kirk 
Ella 16 June 1863. Admon was granted at 
York 5 May 1864, to Thomas Whitaker of 
the parish of Sculcoates, in the borough of 
Kingston-upon-Hull, co. York, a Captain in 
the Royal Navy, the father and next of kin. 



Thomas Whitaker, born 9 January, bapt. at 
Kirk Ella 28 March 1835 ; died at 22 Jarratt 
Street, Kingston-upon-Hull, aged 36, on 
Friday, 5 January, bur. at Kirk Ella lo January 
1872. Admon was granted at York 6 April 
1872, to Thomas Whitaker of the parish of 
Sculcoates, in the borough of Kingston-upon- 
Hull, Captain in H.M. Royal Navy, the father, 
and next of kin. 



Laura, born at Leconfield, co. York, at 5 a.m. on Tuesday, 
17 July, bapt. there 12 August i860; marr. at St. 
Catharine's, Leconfield (by the Rev. Francis Earle, Rector 
of Tanfield, co. York, and Rural Dean, assisted by the Rev. 
Edwin Bittleston, Vicar of South Stainley, co. York), on 
Wednesday, 4 February 1880, William Edward Brown (2nd 
son of William S. Brown of Digswell, co. Hertford); born 
17 July i860; Captain East Yorkshire Regiment; died in 
London, aged 35, on Sunday, 16 January, bur. at Leconfield 
21 January 1887. M.I. She died at Beverley, co. York, 
aged 25, on Tuesday, 29 December 1885, and was bur. at 
Leconfield 2 January 1886. M.I. =j= 

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Robert Hinderwell Whitaker, 
born at the Rectory, Leconfield, 
at 6.50 p.m. on Wednesday, 

16 October, bapt. at Leconfield 

17 November 1861 ; died at 
Beverley, co. York, aged 32, 
27 June, bur. at Leconfield 
29 June 1893. M.I. 



Edythe Huntington, bom at the Rectory, 
Leconfield, on Tuesday, 12 April, bapt. at 
Leconfield 15 May 1870; marr. at Cherry 
Burton, co. York (by the Rev. Bramwell 
Burton, the Rector), 30 April 1901, the 
Rev. Joseph Davison Cowan (son of Samuel 
Cowan of Crowrea, co. Down, by Marie 
his wife, dau. of David Davison of 
Drumnsiscanaph, co. Down); born 13 April 
1857; of Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. and 
LL.B. 1899, LL.D. 1900, B.C.L. of Durham 
1899; Curate and Chapter Preacher of 
Dromore Cathedral 1880-81, and Rector 
of Donaghmore, co. Down, since 1882. 



Rev. Arthur Lionel= 
Whitaker, born at the 
Rectory, Leconfield, 
on Thursday, 10 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at Lecon- 
field 19 March 1876; 
of Selwyn College, 
Cambridge, matricu- 
lated 1895, M. A. 1 902 ; 
Curate of Kirby-Mis- 
perton. North Riding, 
CO. York, 1900-1902, 
Senior Curate of 
Guisborough, North 
Riding, since 1902. 



=Gertrude Annie, dau. of 
Sydney Victor White, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Frederick Roberts 
of Sanghall, co. Flint ; 
born at Reading, co. Berks, 
II October 1875, bapt. 
at Christ Church, Reading 
(by the Rev. Matthew 
Powley, the Vicar), 9 June 
1876; marr. at St. Peter's, 
Caversham, co. Oxford, 
4 September 1902. 



Charles Lionel David Herbert Whitaker, born at Minster 
Court, York, on Thursday, 10 March 1881; entered the Army 
as 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Battalion Yorkshire (Alexandra, 
Princess of Wales' Own) Regiment 11 August 1900, promoted 
Lieutenant 4 November 1902. 

George Reginald Whitaker, born at Boyle, co. Roscommon, 
on Tuesday, i August, bapt. there privately 6 August, died, 
aged 10 days, and bur. at Boyle 11 August 1882. 



Percy Duncomb Whitaker, 
born at Colchester, co. Essex, 
8 November 1885. 



Noel Ralph Whitaker, born at 
15, The Avenue, Colchester, 
27 December 1886. 




3Ric})artf0on of M^alkoofe, Eontion. 



William Richardson of Walbrook, in the City of= 
London, and of Pentonville, co. Middlesex; born at 
Durham 4 June 1779 ; Deputy, and for upwards of 20 
years one of the representatives of the Ward of Walbrook 
in the Court of Common Council ; died at his residence, 
Pentonville, in his 62nd year, on Friday, 2 April, bur. at 
St. Stephen's, Walbrook, London, 10 April 1841. Will 
dated 2 March 1841, proved (P.C.C, 368, 41) 22 May 
1 84 1, by Richard Richardson, the son, Thomas Watkins 
and Jane Richardson, spinster, the daughter, the Exors. 

{See " Fragmenta Genealogica,^' Vol. y, page ij, 
for copy of entries in a Prayer Book.) 



=Mary King, dau. of James Burbidge 
of East Knoyle, co. Wilts; born 22 
January 1782, bapt. at East Knoyle 
(as Mary) 15 November 1790; marr. 
I May 1802 (banns published at St. 
Gregory by St. Paul, London); died at 
Camden Square, London, in her 73rd 
year, on Monday, 29 October, bur. in 
Highgate Cemetery, co. Middlesex, on 
Wednesday, 7 November 1855. M.L 



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<3*-t. 



Mary Humfrey, born 24 January, bapt. at St. George's, 
Bloomsbury, London, 27 May 1803 (Sponsors: Mrs. 
Humfrey, Mrs. Burbidge and Mr. Burbidge) ; died un- 
married at Regent Place West, Regent Square, London, 
aged 45, on Wednesday, 21 February, bur. in a vault 
at St. Stephen's, Walbrook, London, i March 1849. 



Ann, born 6 March, bapt. at St. George's, Bloomsbury, 
18 March 1804 (Sponsors: Mrs. Ann Burbidge of 
Knoyle, co. Wilts, Mrs. Shuter and Mr. R. Richard- 
son); died unmarried at Pentonville 15 July, bur. at 
St. Stephen's, Walbrook, London, 22 July 1836. 



Clarissa, born 6 August, bapt. at St. George's, 
Bloomsbury, 27 August 1805 (Sponsors: Her mother, 
Mrs. Burbidge, and Mr. Ben Fox); died unmarried 
at Inglemount, Inglemere Road, Forest Hill, co. Kent, 
aged 83, on Thursday, 14 February, bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery 19 February 1889. Will dated 27 June 1883, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 255, 89) 15 March 1889, by George 
Richardson of 72 Fountayne Road, Stoke Newington, 
CO. Middlesex, the brother, and Frederick Welch of 
10 Lancaster Place, Strand, co. Middlesex, the Exors. 



William Burbidge= 
Richardson, born 
6 January, bapt. 
at St. George's, 
Bloomsbury, 6 
P'ebruary 1807 
(Sponsors : Wil- 
liam Burbidge, his 
uncle, Mr. Richard 
Shuter, and Mrs. 
Burbidge, his 

aunt) ; Solicitor, 
of the Guildhall, 
London ; died at 
Brighton, co. Sus- 
sex, 12 July 1878, 
and bur. there. 



=Elizabeth Durham, 
dau. of George 
Holmes ; born 2 1 
December 18 19, 
and bapt. at Rams- 
gate, CO. Kent ; 
marr. by licence 
at St. Pancras' 
Old Church, Lon- 
don, 14 November 
1835; died, aged 
75, 27 January, 
bur. in Abney Park 
Cemetery, co. Mid- 
dlesex, I February 
1894. M.L AdrSon 
was granted at the 
Principal Registry 
18 May 1894, to 
Anne Maria Ro- 
barts Richardson, 
spinster. 



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William Percy Robarts=f=Louisa, dau. of Steven Mumford Elizabeth Durham, bom at 



Richardson, born at Glou- 
cester 7 December 1837, 
and bapt. there; died 
at 105 High Street, Mary- 
lebone, London, aged 45, 
30 January 1883. 



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of Ramsgate ; marr. at St. Philip Rosevale, near Dublin, 4 

the Evangelist's, Islington, London February 1839, bapt. at 

(by the Rev. James Sutherland, St. Lawrence', Jewry, Lon- 

the Vicar), i October 1862. don, 23 December 1842. 



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Jane, born 23 May, bapt. at St. George's, Bloomsbury, 
London, i August 1808 (Sponsors: Mrs. Jane Shuter, her 
father and mother) ; marr. at St. Pancras New Church, 
Euston Road, London (by the Rev. Thomas Dale, 
the Vicar), on Thursday, 29 April 1852, the Rev. James 
Dennett (son of James Dennett of Pentonville, co. 
Middlesex); born at Pentonville 30 August i8i8; Perpetual 
Curate of Aldershot, co. Hants ; died at 3 St. James' Road, 
Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent, aged 5 9, on Monday, i October, 
bur. in the Metropolitan Cemetery, Tunbridge Wells, 
8 October 1877. M.L Will dated 17 September 1856, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 862, 77) 16 November 1877, by Jane 
Dennett of Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent, the relict, the sole 
Executrix. She died at Inglemount, Inglemere Road, 
Forest Hill, co. Kent, aged 82, 24 June, and was bur. in 
the Metropolitan Cemetery, Tunbridge Wells, 28 June 
1890. M.I. Will dated 27 June 1883, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 675, 90) 30 July 1890, by George Richardson of 
72 Fountayne Road, Stoke Newington, co. Middlesex, 
the brother, and Frederick Welch of 10 Lancaster Place, 
Strand, co. Middlesex, the Exors. 



Richard Richardson, born at Stockwell, co. Surrey, 26 
December 1809, bapt. at St. James', Pentonville, 2 March 
1812 (Sponsors : Richard Richardson, his uncle, his father 
and mother); died unmarried at 255 Pembroke Terrace, 
Islington, co. Middlesex, aged 60, 28 January, bur. in 
Highgate Cemetery, co. Middlesex, on Wednesday, 
3 February 1869. M.I. Will dated 31 December 1868, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 203, 69) 5 March 1869, by Benjamin 
Richardson of 4 Prospect Terrace, Highgate, co. Middle- 
sex, the brother, one of the Exors. Double probate 
issued March 1888. Power reserved to Jane Dennett 
(wife of the Rev. James Dennett) the sister, the other Exor. 



Benjamin Fox Richardson, born at 
Pentonville 10 August 181 1, bapt. 
at St. James', Pentonville (with his 
brother Richard), 2 March 18 12 
(Sponsors : Mr. Benjamin Fox, 
his father and mother) ; died 
unmarried at 35 Wilson Street, 
Finsbury, London, aged 68, 30 
May, bur. in Highgate Cemetery 
on Thursday, 3 June 1880. M.I. 
Will dated 28 May 1880, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 685, 80) 5 August 
1880, by George Richardson of 
20 Old Broad Street, in the City 
of London, gent., the brother, and 
Jane Dennett of 3 St. James' Road, 
Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent, widow, 
the sister, the Exors. 



Harriett, born at Pentonville 20 
December 1812, bapt. at St. James', 
Clerkenwell, co. Middlesex, 4 June 
1813 (Sponsors : Mrs. Harriett 
Inkson, her father and mother) ; 
died unmarried at Sydenham, co. 
Kent, aged 31, 22 July, bur. in 
Highgate Cemetery 30 July 1850. 
M.I. 



Dudley George Richardson, born at Anne Maria Robarts, born 
Milman Street, London, 2 November at the Guildhall, London, 
1841, and bapt. at St. George's, 5 August, bapt. at St. 
Bloomsbury, London. Lawrence', Jewry, London, 

23 December 1842. 



Emily, born at the Guildhall, 
London, on Thursday, 22 
August 1850, and bapt. at St. 
Lawrence', Jewry, London. 



165 



James Richardson, born at= 
Pentonville, co. Middlesex, i8 
December 1814, bapt. at St. 
James', Clerkenwell, co. Middle- 
sex, 21 August 181 7 ; died at 
96 Sunny Hill Road, Streatham, 
CO. Surrey, 22 October, bur. 
in Highgate Cemetery, co. 
Middlesex, 27 October 1890. 
Adinon was granted at the 
Principal Registry 29 January 
1 89 1, to Mary Ann Richardson 
of 96 Sunny Hill Road, 
Streatham, co. Surrey, the 
daughter, and only next of kin. 



=Mary Ann, dau. of 
Walter Chatfield, by 
Elizabeth his wife ; 
born 18 January 
181 7; marr. at St. 
Saviour's, South- 
wark, CO. Surrey, 
18 March 1842 ; 
bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery. 



Mary Ann, born at Peckham, 
CO. Surrey, 8 February 1843. 



Sarah, born at Pentonville 17 May 18 16, 
bapt. at St. James', Clerkenwell, 2 1 August 
181 7; died unmarried at 6 Clapham 
Road, Lowestoft, co. Suffolk, aged 64, on 
Monday, 14 May, bur. in St. Margaret's 
Churchyard, Lowestoft, 19 May 1883. 
Will dated 29 November 1880, proved 
(Prin. Reg. 636, 83) 10 July 1883, by 
George Richardson of 72 Fountayne 
Road, Stoke Newington, co. Middlesex, 
gent., the brother, and Frederick Welch 
of Inglemount, Inglemere Aoad, Forest 
Hill, CO. Kent, the Exors. 



Catherine, born at Pentonville 26 July, 
bapt. at St. James', Clerkenwell, 21 August 
181 7 ; died 24 February, bur. at St. 
James', Pentonville, 2 March 1818. 



George Richardson= 
of Stoke Newing- 
ton, CO. Middlesex; 
born at Pentonville 
12 January 18 19, 
bapt. at St. James', 
Clerkenwell, 14 
June 1821. 



=Amelia,dau. of Edwin Dewin, 
by Mary Ann his wife ; born 
in the parish of Clerkenwell 
in June 1845 ; marr. at 
St. Peter's, Regent Square, 
London, 7 November 1868; 
died s.p. at 72 Fountayne 
Road, Stoke Newington, 7 
January, bur. in Abney Park 
Cemetery, co. Middlesex, 
15 January 1890. 



Charlotte, born at Pentonville 10 December 
1820, bapt. at St. James', Clerkenwell, 
14 June 1821 ; died 3 March, bur. at St. 
James', Pentonville, 13 March 1822. 



Caroline Leah, born 21 October 1826, bapt. 
at St. James', Clerkenwell, 11 February 1827 
(Sponsors : Mrs. Steedman, her sister Ann, 
and Mr. Steedman); marr. at St. Pancras 
New Church, Euston Road, London (by the 
Rev. James Dennett, brother-in-law of the 
bride), on Thursday, 21 June 1855, Frederick 
Welch of Streatham (sth son of Edward 
Welch of the Rolls Office and of Pentonville, 
London, by Maria Louisa Jackson his wife) ; 
born 10 July 1822. =j= 




166 



^utiii of ^tofee Htll. (i^uiMorti, to. ^urrej. 



Richard Henry Budd of Stoke=f=Susannah, 

Hill, Guildford, CO. Surrey; died 

at St. Nicholas, Guildford, aged 

58, 24 October, bur. in the 

churchyard at Stoke-next-Guild- 

ford 30 October 1829. M.I. 

Will dated 11 March 1814, 

proved (P.C.C., 681 Liverpool) 

1 5 December 1 8 29, by Susannah 

Budd, the relict, the sole 

Executrix. 



. dau. of Joseph Pickstone of 
Guildford, by Elizabeth his wife; marr. 24 
October 1799; died, aged 59, 18 September 
1840, and bur. at Stoke-next-Guildford. M.I. 
Will dated 29 August 1840, with codicil 
dated 7 September 1840, proved (P.C.C, 
742, Arden) 13 November 1840, by Charles 
Thelwell Abbott, Abel Jenkins of New Inn, 
CO. Middlesex, and Joseph Hockley of 
Guildford, co. Surrey, the Exors. 



Major-General William Henry Budd, born at Stoke Hill, Guildford,= 
17 March 1801 ; of the Madras Army; died at i Orange Street, Leicester 
Square, London, aged 63, on Thursday, 30 April, bur. in the churchyard 
at Stoke-next-Guildford 8 May 1863. Will dated 10 December 1862, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 484, 63) 29 August 1863, by Rose Margaret Pickstone 
Budd of Gelham Hall, near Wickham Market, co. Suffolk, spinster, and 
Maria Delphime Budd of Gelham Hall, spinster, the daughters, the 
Executrixes. 




=Augusta, dau. of 
Richard Bailey ; 
marr. at the church 
in the Fort, Madras, 
in 1829; died at 
Hoonsoor, Madras 
Presidency, India, 
in February 185 1, 
and was bur. there. 



William James 
Whannel Budd, 
born at Madras, 
India, in 1831 ; 
bur. there in 
1832. _ 

Mary Louisa 
Susannah, born 
at Hyderabad, 
India, 7 Sep- 
tember 1832 ; 
died in January 

1839- 



Ellen Elizabeth, born at Stoke Hill, 
Guildford, 12 December 1833, bapt. at 
Stoke-next-Guildford 26 January 1834; 
marr. at St. George's Cathedral, Madras, 
4 December 1856, Robert Horace 
Powys of North Dene, Durban, Natal, 
South Africa (eldest son of the Hon^^'^ 
Robert Vernon Powys of the Hon'''^ 
East India Co.'s Medical Service, Hon. 
Captain 12th Regiment Native Infantry, 
Bengal, by Jane his wife, 3rd dau. of 
William Beckett of Enfield, co. Middle- 
sex) ; born at Lovainah, North- West 
Provinces, India, 21 June 1826. 



A 



Francis Stafrord=j=Georgina Emma 



Budd, born at 
Hoonsoor, Ma- 
dras Presidency, 
29 August 183s ; 
Captain Royal 
Madras Artillery; 
died at Ealing, 
CO. Middlesex, 
aged 42, 18 May, 
bur. in the ceme- 
tery at Ealing 20 
May 1876. 



Ashton, dau. of 
William Godfrey 
Huet of Idlicote, 
CO. Northamp- 
ton ; marr. at 
Madras 17 Octo- 
ber 1861 ; died 
at Bangalore, 
India, 1 7 Sep- 
tember 1 866, and 
bur. there. 



Georgina Emma Augusta, born at Madras, India, 7 August, bapt at St. 
Thomas' Mount, Madras, 26 September 1863 ; marr. at the parish church, 
Beckenham, co. Kent (by the Rev. Henry Arnott), on Tuesday, 5 December 
1899, Arthur Henry Stanford of Beaumont Hall, co. Essex (6th son of 
Frederick Stanford of Houbridge Hall, Great Oakley, co. Essex, by Anna 
Sophia his wife, 2nd dau. of Edwards Crisp of Rendlesham, co. Suffolk) ; 
born at Houbridge Hall, Great Oakley, 14 July, bapt. at Great Oakley 
2 September 1849. =r 

{See Pedigree of Stanford, Vol. q, page g)4.) 

167 



Frances Maude, 
born at Banga- 
lore 25 Septem- 
ber 1865, and 
bapt. there. 



Richard Henry John Budd, born at 
Stoke Hill, Guildford, co. Surrey, 
6 December 1804, bapt. at Stoke- 
next-Guildford 3 June 1805 ; died 
unmarried at sea. 



Francis James Budd, born at Stoke Hill, Guildford, 
6 September 1806; died unmarried at Tunbridge Wells, 
CO. Kent, aged 26, 24 May (being thrown from his horse 
at Bath, co. Somerset), and bur. in the churchyard at 
Stoke-next-Guildford 31 May 1833. 



John Dobrfee Budd, born at Hoonsoor, 
Madras Presidency, India, 10 July 
1837; Lieutenant in the Indian Navy; 
died at Aldeburgh, co. Suffolk, aged 26, 
on Monday, 23 May, bur. there 27 May 
1864. Adrnon was granted at the 
Principal Registry 7 October 1864, to 
Rose Margaret Budd of Wickham 
Market, co. Suffolk, the sister, and one 
of the next of kin. 



Rose Margaret Pickstone, 
Hoonsoor 3 April 1839. 



born at 



Henry Smedmore George 
Budd, bom at Hoonsoor 
29 January 1841, and bapt. 
there ; of the Royal Navy; 
died at Bombay, India, in 
1868, and bur. there. 



Sarah Anne, born at 
Hoonsoor 3 May 1842 ; 
died in February 1843. 



Maria Delphime, born at 
Hoonsoor 22 April 1844. 



William James Budd, bom 
at Hoonsoor 8 August 
1845 ; died in New Zealand 
in 1879. 



Alice, born at Hoonsoor 
21 March 1846; died in 
April 1850. 



George William Eustace Budd, 
of Governor's Bay, Lyttleton, 
New Zealand; bornat Hoonsoor 
28 February 1848; marr. at 
Cape Town, South Africa. 



Wilham Eustace Budd, 
born at Rondebosch, 
Cape Town, 4 June 
1877. 



Augustus Frederic Budd= 
of Addington Point, 
Durban, Natal, South 
Africa ; born at Hoon- 
soor 28 February 1851, 
and bapt. there. 



=Emma Isabella, dau. of George Harry 
Hornsby, by Emily Banks his wife ; 
born at Stoke-next-Guildford 8 De- 
cember 1859 ; marr. at Christ 
Church, Addington Point, Durban, 
3 May 1885. 



George Frederick 
Budd, born 14 
March 1886, and 
bapt. at Christ 
Church, Addington 
Point, Durban. 



Harry Louis Budd, 
born 1 5 October 
1887, and bapt. at 
Christ Church, 

Addington Point, 
Durban. 



Nellie Ernestine, born 
II November 1888, and 
bapt. at Christ Church, 
Addington Point, Dur- 
ban ; died 1 1 October 
1889. 



168 



John Peyto Budd of Stutton, then of Hachiston,= 
and afterwards of Wickham Market, all in the 
county of Suffolk; born at Stoke Hill, Guildford, 
CO. Surrey, ri January 1809, bapt. at Stoke-next- 
Guildford 26 June 18 10; died at Bradfield, co. 
Essex, aged 66, 23 August, bur. there 28 August 
1875. Will dated 19 May 1870, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 918, 7s) 7 December 1875, by EHzabeth 
Budd of Bradfield, the relict, the sole Executrix. 




^Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of John Stanford of 
Ashbocking Hall, co. Suffolk, by Mary Edwards 
his wife ; born at Ashbocking, and bapt. there 
1 9 November 1 809 ; marr. at Ashbocking 
21 November 1837; died at White House, 
Bradfield, in her 86th year, 1 1 August, bur. at 
Bradfield 15 August 1895. Admon was granted 
at Ipswich 9 September 1895, to Sarah Ann 
Budd, spinster, the daughter. 

(See Pedigree of Stanford, Vol. g, page gj). 




Rose Elizabeth, born at Stutton 25 September, 
bapt. there 22 October 1839; marr. at Bradfield 
9 October 1878, Arthur William Crisp of 
Chillesford, and afterwards of Orford, co. Suffolk 
(Sth son of Edwards Crisp of Rendlesham, co. 
Suffolk, and afterwards of Gedgrave Hall, near 
Orford, by Mary his wife, dau. of John Mayhew 
of Orford) ; born at Rendlesham 2 May 1823, 
bapt. there 25 May 1824; died at Norwich on 
Monday, 26 April, bur. at Orford on Friday, 30 
April 1897. Will dated 21 May 1895, proved at 
Ipswich 12 July 1897, by Charles Maurice Stanford, 
the nephew, one of the Exors. 
T 

A 



Frederick John Budd 
of Woodlands Es- 
tate, Kulpetta, South 
Wynaad, Madras, 

India ; born 20 June, 
bapt. at Stutton 27 
September 1841 ; died 
unmarried, aged 38, 
on his voyage home 
from India, on Thurs- 
day, 15 April 1880. 



Sarah Ann, born 5 
February, bapt. at 
Stutton 22 March 
1843. 



Jeanetta Mary, born 
17 May, bapt. at 
Ashbocking 8 Au- 
gust 1845. 



Gracie Beatrice, bom 
16 June 1891, and 
bapt. at Christ Church, 
Addington Point, Dur- 
ban, Natal, South 
Africa. 



Marie Emily, born 18 
July 1893, and bapt. 
at Christ Church, 
Addington Point, 

Durban ; died 25 
March 1894. 



Stella Natalie, born 
24 February 1900, 
and bapt. at Christ 
Church, Addington 
Point, Durban. 



William Frank Budd, 
born 18 August 1901, 
and bapt. at Christ 
Church, Addington 
Point, Durban. 



169 



Mary Elizabeth, bom at Stoke Hill, Guildford, co. Surrey, 
23 March, bapt. at Stoke-next-Guildford 26 July 1810; marr. 
there Frederick Charles Wright, M.D., of Hinton Blewett, co. 
Somerset ; died at Upper Phillimore Place, Kensington, 
London, on Monday, 27 February, bur. at St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, 4 March 1843. Will dated 18 August 1841, 
proved (P.C.C., 373, 43) 13 May 1843, by Mary Elizabeth 
Wright, the relict, the sole Executrix. She died at St. James' 
Vicarage, Muswell Hill, co. Middlesex, aged 76, on Friday, 
25 June, and was bur. in Marylebone Cemetery, East Finchley, 
CO. Middlesex, 29 Jane 1886. Will dated 18 May 1881, with 
codicil dated 20 December 1881, proved (Prin. Reg., 682, 86) 
23 July 1886, by the Rev. Ernest Peter Cachemaille of St. 
James' Vicarage, and John Nalder of Shepton Mallett, co. 
Somerset, the nephew, the Exors. 

=r 

/k 



Susannah Pickstone, born at 
Stoke Hill, Guildford, 21 
August 181 1, bapt. at Stoke- 
next-Guildford 22 July 1814; 
died unmarried at Cros- 
combe, co. Somerset, aged 
47, on Sunday, 10 April, bur. 
there 16 April 1859. Will 
dated 27 May 1S51, with 
codicil of same date, proved 
at Wells 10 August 1859, 
by Frances Parsons of 
Croscombe, co. Somerset, 
spinster, Frank Isaac Nalder 
of Shepton Mallett, co. 
Somerset, and Abel Jenkins 
of 8 New Inn, London, the 
Exors. 



Sarah Anne, born at Stoke Hill, Guildford, 
13 April 1813, bapt. at Stoke-next-Guildford 
13 July 1814; marr. at St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, London, 28 October 1841, Abel 
Jenkins of 8 New Inn, Strand, London, and 
of West End Lodge, Esher, co. Surrey ; died 
at 10 Colhngham Road, South Kensington, 
London, in his 82nd year, on Sunday, 25 April, 
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 30 
April 1875. Will dated 31 March 1871, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 662, 75), 5 August 1875, 
by Sarah Anne Jenkins of 10 Collingham 
Road, the relict, the Executrix. She died at 
Ranelagh House, Chiswick co. Middlesex, 
aged 67, on Saturday, 13 August, and was 
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 19 
August 1 88 1. M.I. Will dated 14 December 
1880, proved (Prin. Reg., 910, 81), 15 De- 
cember 1881, by Sarah Budd of Whitehouse, 
Bradfield, Manningtree, co. Essex, spinster, 
the niece, and Charles James Abbott of 
8 New Inn, Strand, London, the Exors. 



Charlotte Rose, born 
at Stoke Hill, Guild- 
ford, I July, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, Guild- 
ford, 28 July 181 5; 
marr. at Stoke-next- 
Guildford, 10 May 
1838, Frank Isaac 
Nalder of Shepton 
Mallett, CO. Somerset; 
born at Darsnill, near 
Shepton Mallett, 13 
May 1815. She died 
at Shepton Mallett, 
aged 35, 23 April, 
bur. there 29 April 
1851. 

I 



James Herbert Budd, 
born at Stoke, Guild- 
ford, 17 July 1823 ; 
M.R.C.S. ; died unmar- 
ried at Wickham Market, 
CO. Suffolk, aged 39, 29 
May, bur. at Stoke-next- 
Guildford 3 June 1863. 
Will dated 22 May 1863, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 630, 
63), 6 November 1863, 
by Sarah Anne Jenkins, 
wife of Abel Jenkins of 
8 New Inn, London, and 
Charles James Abbott of 
8 New Inn, Strand, Lon- 
don, the Exors. 




170 



Jniiejr. 



INDEX. 



Abbott, Charles James, 170; Charles Thelwell, 167. 

Abercorn, Duke of, 60. 

Adam, John, 73; Mary, 73. 

Adams, Hamiah, 54 ; Henry, 54 ; Rev. Henry 

Theophilus, 27 ; James Scovell, 27 ; Nora, 27 ; 

Thomas, 54. 
Adkin, Charles, 49. 

Adnutt, Mary Catherine, 79 ; Rev. Thomas, 79. 
Affleck, Charlotte, 140 ; Rev. Gilbert, 140. 
Aikin-Sneath, Rev. Donald, 5. 
Alexander, Faimy Selina, 150; Josias Du Pre, 150; 

Mary, 150. 
Ames, Levi, iii; Mary, III. 
Amherst, Lord, 74. 
Anderson, Rev. David, 8, 40 ; Rev. Canon Drummond, 

147; Edward, 114; Elizabeth Dillon, 113; Frances 

Aim, 113; Jane, 114; Jeannette, 114; Louis, 113; 

Louis John, 113. 
Andrew, Anne, 99 ; Annie Gertrude, 99 ; Richardson, 

99- 

Andrewes, Lieut. -Colonel Charles, 126; Elizabeth, 

126; Frances Mary, 126; Walter George, 126. 
Andrews, Captain, 117; Eliza Bird, 117; Elizabeth, 4; 

Rev. George Hubert, 7 ; Martha Elizabeth, 4 ; Rev. 

Robert, 126; Sir Robert, Bart., 4. 
Annandale, Elizabeth, III; Thomas, III. 
Anne, Queen of England, 60. 
Antrobus, Anne, 143; Sir Edmund, Bart., 143; 

Emily, 143 ; Robert Crawfurd, 143. 
Apletre, Francis Russell, 150; Marianne Frances, 150; 

William, 150. 
Applewhaite, Anne, 137; Edward, 137. 
Archer, Emily May, 6 ; George WiUiam, 6. 
Ardrossan, Baron, see Eglinton and Winton. 
Arkwright, Eustace, 43 ; Eustacie Emma Millicent, 

43- 
Amott, Rev. Henry, 167. 

Arthur, James Henry, 15; Marianne Philippe, 15. 
Aston, Mary Diana, 78 ; Sir William, 78. 
Atherley, Francis, 21. 

Atkinson, Catherine, 76; Jane, 76; Miles, 76. 
Atlay, Rt. Rev. James, D. D. , Bishop of Hereford, 99. 
Auckland, Rt. Hon'>'<= and Rt. Rev. Robert John, 

Baron, D.D., Bishop of Bath and Wells, 93. 
Austen, Rev. Benjamin, 54. 
Austin, James Valentine, 160. 



B 

Backhouse, Jane, 137; Margaret, 137; Thomas, 137. 

Baden, Andrew, 72 ; Eliza, 72. 

Baden-Powell, Rev. James, 38, in, 112. 

Bagot, Catherine Anne, 66 ; George, 66 ; Mary 

Isabel, 158; Hon'''^ and Rt. Rev. Richard, Bishop 

of Oxford, 158. 
Bagot-Chester, Colonel Heneage Charles, 140; Lieut. - 

General John, 140; Madeline Elizabeth, 140; 

Sophia Elizabeth, 140. 



Bailey, Augusta, 167 ; Charles Frederick) 20 ; Jane, 

109; Richard, 167. 
Bailey-Hawkins, Emma Louisa, 85 ; William, 85. 
Baillie, Elisabeth, 77 ; Ehzabeth 77 ; William 

Robert, 77. 
Bailly, see Le Bailly. 
Baker, Edward, 1 1 ; Elizabeth, 1 1 ; Elizabeth Dillon, 

113; Sir Frederick Francis, Bart., 23 ; Jane Maria, 23. 
Balfour, Isabella, 147 ; James, 147 ; Josephine Maria, 

147; Robert, 147. 
Ball, Daniel, 67, 123 ; Emily Octavia, 67, 123 ; 

Harriet, 123. 
Balston, Rev. Edward, D.D., 94. 
Baly, Emily iig; Joseph, 119; Mary, 119. 
Bamford, Anne, 142; WiUiam 142. 
Bangor, Rt. Rev. James Colquhoun Campbell, Bishop 

of, 71. 
Banks, Emily, 168. 

Barber, James Henry, 81 ; Thomas, 81. 
Barclay, Jane, 94. 

Bardsley, Edwin, 81 ; George, 81 ; Mary, 81. 
Baring, Thomas, 156. 
Barker, Caroline, 132 ; Charlotte, 121 ; Emma 

Caroline, 116; Jane Marcia Caroline, 116; Rev. 

Joseph, 116; Thomas Lacon, 132. 
Barlow, Charlotte Eliza, 119; Harold, 119; Rev. 

John Mount, 119; Laura, 119; Millicent Alice, 119. 
Barnes, Sir Edward, 61. 
Barrow, Rev. John Simeon, 149. 
Bath, Henrietta Laura I'ulteney, Countess of, 94. 
Bath and Wells, Rt. Hon''"' and Rt. Rev. Robert 

John, Baron Auckland, D.D., Bishop of, 93; 

Honi^'^and Rt. Rev. Richard Bagot, Bishop of, 158. 
Bathe, see De Bathe. 
Batho, Rev. Frederick Goudge, 37. 
Battersby, see Harford-Battersby. 
Battiscombe, Rev. Robert Samuel, 123. 
Baxter, Robert, 133. 
Baynes, Rev. Arthur Hamilton, 82 ; Catherine, 76 ; 

Captain Henry, R.N., 76. 
Beach, Rev. William Robert, 63. 
Beard, Jane, 151; Thomas, 151. 
Beatson, General William Ferguson, 149. 
Beauclerk, Lady Caroline Janetta, 37 ; WiUiam, 

Duke of St. Albans, 37. 
Beazley, Alfreda Edith Decima, 146; Alice Maud, 

148 ; Arthur Tetley, 146 ; Barbara Noel, 148 ; 

Dorothy Gertrude, 147 ; Edwin Arthur, 145, 148 ; 

Edwin Clover, 148 ; EUza Emma Jessie, 145 ; 

Emmeline, 146 ; Emmeline Jessie, 146 ; Eric 

Bertram, 146 ; Ernest Henry, 146 ; Florence 

Gwynedd, 147 ; Frank Charles, 145, 148 ; Frank 

Forbes, 148 ; George Douglas, 148 ; Harold 

Gilroy, 148 ; Harriott Gertrude, 147 ; Helen 

Margaret, 148 ; Hugh Loveday, 147 ; James, 145 ; 

James Geoffrey Brydon, 148 ; James Henry, 145, 

146 ; Jessie Anna, 146 ; John Godfrey, 146 ; John 

Roland, 148; Joseph, 145 ; Josephine Maria, 147 ; 

Margaret Ellen, 146 ; Margery EmmeUne, 146 ; 

Maria, 145 ; Robert Clover, 145, 147 ; Robert 

Gordon, 147 ; Sarah, 145 ; Walter Edwin, 146 ; 

WiUiam, 145; Winifred Marion Nickels, 146. 



173 



Beckett, Jane, 167; William, 167. 

Bedingfield, Benjamin Bird, 48 ; Eliza Shallcrass, 48 ; 

Henry, 48 ; Mary, 42, 92 ; Philip, 42, 92. 
Bell, Fanny, 57 ; Frances, 57 ; Captain George, 

R.N., 57; Rev. Henry, 30, 31, 83; Rev. Maurice, 

102 ; Stephen John, 57. 
Belli, Rev. Charles Almerie, 39 ; Elizabeth, 35 ; 

John, 35. 
Belmore, Armar, Earl of, 136. 
Benbow, Harriette, 27 ; John, 27. 
Bennett, Elizabeth Betty, 47. 
Benson, Charlotte, 39; Henrietta Selina, 39; Mary, 

io5 ; Moses, io5 ; Moses George, 39 ; Ralph 

Augustus, 39 ; Rev. Riou George, 39. 
Benyon, Phillis Marcia, 39 ; Reginald Kennaird, 39. 
Beresford, Henry de la Poer, Marquess of Waterford, 

38 ; Lady Sarah Elizabeth, 38. 
Beridge, Rev. Prebendary Basil, 43, 94, 97. 
Bernard, Lady Catherine Henrietta, 60 ; Ellen 

Georgina, 60; Lieut. -Colonel Richard Wellesley, 

60 ; Colonel Thomas, 60. 
Berry, Frances Sophia, 37; John, 37; Rev. Thomas 

Marlborough, 75. 
Berthon, Fanny Ellen, 88; Peter Henry, 88. 
Bessborough, Lady Louisa Susan Cornwallis, 

Countess of, 126; Rev. Walter William Brabazon, 

Earl of, 126. 
Beverley, Ehza, 85 ; Harriet, 85 ; Rev. Henry 

Webber, 85, 86; William, 85. 
Beyer, Elizabeth, 49, 52. 
Bickers, Thomas Linley, 78. 
Bicknell, Rev. Charles Vincent, 55. 
Biernacki, Andrew, 124; see a/so Thompson. 
Bilson-Legge, Henry, Baron Stawel, 20 ; Hon'''^ 

Mary, Baroness Stawel, 20. 
Birch, C. B., iii; Henry John, 71. 
Bird, Rev. James Sandys, 7 ; see also Golding-Bird. 
Bishop, Henry, 44. 
Bittleston, Rev. Edwin, 163. 
Blackburne, Alice Mary, 144 ; Anna, 21 ; Anna 

Mary, 142 ; Anne, 142 ; Dorothea Anne, 142 ; 

Elliftor Avena, 144; Emily, 142, 143; Emily Jane, 

71; Emma Jemima, Viscountess Hereford, 143; 

Rev. Francis, 71 ; Georgiana Emma Katherine, 

144 ; Georgiana Vernon, 144 ; Gilbert Ireland, 

144 ; Rev. Gilbert Rodbard, 143, 144 ; Harriet 

Elizabeth, 142 ; Rev. Canon Henry, 144 ; Rev. 

Canon Henry Ireland, 142, 143 ; John, 21, 142 ; 

John Ireland, 142, 144 ; Colonel John Ireland, 

142, 143 ; Margaret Everilda, 144 ; Mary, 143 ; 

Mary Ireland, 144; Robert Ireland, 143; Lieut.- 

Colonel Robert Ireland, 144 ; Thomas, 142 ; Rev. 

Thomas, 143. 
Blackwood, Hon!"'' Sir Henry, Bart., 29. 
Blagrove, Mary, 14, 15; William, 14, 15. 
Blick, Anne, 98 ; Rev. Edward, 98 ; Rev. Prebendary 

Francis, 98. 
Block, James, 20; Susan, 20; Susan Elizabeth, 20. 
Blundell, Emily, 54; Mary, 54; Richard, 54. 
Blyth, Rev. Frederic Cavan, 151. 
Board, Anne, 65 ; Annie Louisa, 65 ; Dr. Edmund 

Comer, 65; John, 65. 
Bogle, Jane, 150; John, 150. 
Boileau, Charles Henry, 106 ; Evelyn Grace, 106 ; 

Major-General Francis Burton, 106; Jane, 118; 

Susannah Maria, 106. 
Boissier, Adela, 65 ; Agnes Marian, 66 ; Amelia, 67 ; 

Amelia Laura, 66 ; Annie Louisa, 65 ; Antoinette 

Alexina Rosamond, 67 ; Arthur Harvey Crome, 68 ; 

Dr. Arthur Henry, 67, 125; Arthur Paul, 66; 

Augustus Peregrine, 67; Catherine Charlotte, 66; 

Catherine Mary, 66 ; Cecilia Catherine, 68 ; Charles 

Harington, 67 ; Dora Blanche, 66 ; Dorothea 

Howard, 65 ; Dorothy Evelyn, 67 ; Edward, 66 ; 

Edward Sanford, 68 ; Eliza Mary Maud, 67 ; 

Ernest Edward, 65; Ernest Gabriel, 66; Frances 

Harriette Marian, 66 ; Frederick Adolphus, 67 ; 

Rev. Frederick Scobell, 66, 67, 125; Geoffrey 



Dumaresq, 67 ; George 67 ; Rev. George John, 68 ; 

Georgina Henrietta Louisa, 67 ; Gertrude Mary 

Witton, 68 ; Grace Amelia, 65 ; Rev. Herbert 

Chessall, 68 ; John Lewis, 65 ; John Scobell, 67 ; 

John William, 66 ; Laura, 65 ; Louisa Sophia, 65, 

125 ; Marianne, 65 ; Marion Dorothy, 68 ; 

Marjorie Helen, 67 ; Martin Edward Scobell, 66 ; 

Nael George Dumaresq, 68 ; Octavia Georgiana 

(Eva), 67, 125 ; Rev. Peter Edward, 65 ; Rev. 

Peter Henry, 65, 66, 125 ; Philip Arthur, 67 ; 

Phyllis, 65 ; Sylvia Beryl Louisa, 68 ; WiUiam, 65 ; 

William Arthur Marshall, 66. 
Bold, Dorothea, 143 ; Mary, 143 ; Peter Patten, 143. 
Bold-Hoghton, Dorothea, 143 ; Sir Henry, Bart., 

143; Mary, 143. 
Bombay, Rt. Rev. John Harding, Bishop of, 26. 
Bond, Rev. John, 137. 
Bonham, Augusta Sophia, 140 ; Georgianna Mary, 

140; Lieut. -Colonel Harry Walter Musgrave, 140; 

Colonel Henry Frederick, 140. 
Booth, Ann, 7 ; Mary, 7 ; William, 7. 
Borough, John, 69. 
Borrer, Rev. Carey Hampton, 87. 
Bourne, Rev. Canon George Drinkwater, 138 ; 

Jane, 138; Margaret Hole, 138. 
Bower, Edward Chivers, 78. 
Brabazon, Elizabeth, 42, 93 ; William, 42, 93. 
Bracken, Mary, 150; Rev. Thomas, 150. 
Bradford, Sir George Cecil Orlando, Bart., Earl of, 

157 ; Lady Ida Frances Annabella, Countess of, 

157- 

Bradley, Alfred, 83 ; Ann, 81 ; Bernard, 82, 83 ; 
Carine Marion, 84; Caroline Gedling, 81; Charles, 
82 ; Dr. Charles, 83 ; Charlotte, 81 ; Edith 
Ellen, 82 ; Edward, 83 ; Eleanor Jerram, 83 ; 
Elizabeth Ellen, 30, 82 ; Emily Margaret, 84 ; 
Ernest Frederic, 84 ; Fanny Lake, 82 ; Frederick 
James, 82, 84; George, 81, 83; Gladys Margaret, 
84 ; Herbert, 84 ; Hubert Penrose, 84 ; John, 30, 
81-83; Mary, 81; Mary Ann, 30, 82; Mary Ann 
Isabella, 84; Micah GedUng, 82, 83; Phyllis, 
82. 

Bradish, Anne, 105 ; Joshua, 105. 

Brandreth, Rev. Canon William Harper, 138. 

Brenan, Lieut. -Colonel Edward Fitzgerald, 149; 
Emily, 149; Gerald, 149; Rev. John Joseph, 159; 
Patrick, 149. 

Brent, Robert, 2. 

Brewster, Elizabeth, 124. 

Bridgeman, Sir George Cecil Orlando, Bart., Earl 
of Bradford, 157; Lady Helena Mary, 157; 
Lady Francis Annabella, Countess of Bradford, 

157- 
Bridger, Eliza Ann, 85 ; Emma, 85 ; Harry, 85 ; 

Harry Colvill, 85 ; Sarah Louisa, 85. 
Bright, Allan Heywood, 142 ; Dorothea Anne, 142 ; 

Elizabeth Anne, 142; Heywood, no, 142; Sir 

Robert Onesiphorus, 106; Samuel, 142. 
Briscoe, Rev. Henry Meyrick Eliott- Drake, 3 ; Jane 

Eliza Anne PoUexfen, 3 ; Margaret, 3 ; Richard, 3. 

Rev. Richard, D.D., 3 ; Theodore Francis 

Heathfield, 3 ; Rev. William Kyfifin Bostock, 3. 
Britten, Charles, loi. 
Brock, Rev. William, 47. 
Brocklehurst, William Coare, "]<). 
Broke, Charlotte, 94 ; JPrederica Sophia, 94 ; Rev. 

George 92 ; Georgina Marianne, 94 ; Horace, 94 ; 

Major-General Horatio George, 94. 
Brook, Arthur, 28 ; Rev. Arthur, 47 ; Cordelia, 28. 
Brooks, Ven'''^ Archdeacon, 106 ; Rev. Harvey, 85 ; 

Rev. Canon Joshua William, 30, 82. 
Broomhead, Barnard Platts, 81. 
Brown, Charles, 45; Colonel, 151; Eliza Harriet, 

151; John, 8; Katherine, 8; Laura, 163; 

Marianne, 45 ; Mary Elizabeth, 31 ; WiUiam, 31 ; 

WiUiam Edward, 163; WiUiam S., 163. 
Browne, Charlotte, 39 ; Rev. George, 84 ; Rev. John 

Rowlls, 78 ; Colonel Lyde, 39. 



J 74 



Browning, Charles, 88 ; Elizabeth Henrietta, SS ; 

Fanny Ellen, 88. 
Brunker, Admiral, 113; Alfred Arthur, 116; Ann, 
113, 114; Anne Eliza, 115; Cupel Howard 
Molyneux, 114; Capel Molyncux, 116; CharloUe, 
IIS; Edward George, 115; Dr. Edward George, 
113; Edward Houghton, 113; Ella Ada, 115; 
Ella Hamilton, 115; Elma Beatrice, 115; Eva 
Allic, 114; Frances, 113; Frances Ann, 113; 
I'r.iiiL-cs Jane, 115; Georgina Hutchinson, 115; 
GeoiLiina Mol)'neux, 115; Harriet, 113, 115; 
Haiuci Elizabeth, 113; Howard Milford, 114; 
Colonel Howard Molyneux Edward, 114; James, 
113; James Edward, 113, 114; Lieut. -Colonel 
James Milford Sutherland, 115; James Ponsonby, 
116; James Robert, 115; Major-General James 
Robert, 114 ; Jane "Marcia Caroline, 116 ; 
JLaniKtle, U4 ; Kenneth Edward Milford, 114; 
Mabel, 116; Marianne, 114; Marion Violet, 115; 
}ilary jaiic Honoria, 116; Sarah Frances, 113; 
Thomas llL'nr\-, 116; William James, 113. 

Brunton, Ada, 44 ; Archibald John, 44. 

Bryce, ra\ia, 76, 86, 114, 118; Henrietta, 76, 85, 
114, IlS; Joanna, 76, 86, 118. 

Buck, Anne, 132; Samuel, 132. 

Bucke, Rev. Benjamin Waller, 10. 

Buckley- Mathew, Anne, 112; Sir George Benvenuto, 
112; Ida Euphemia Bertie, 112. 

Buckler, Rev. [ohn Findlay, 14S. 

BuckoU, John, "28; Sarah, 28. 

Budd, Alice, 168; Augusta, 167; Augustus Frederic, 
1 68; Charlotte Rose, 170 ; Elizabeth, 169; Ellen 
Elizabeth, 167 ; Emma Isabella, 168 ; Frances 
Maude, 167; Francis James, 168; Francis Stafford, 
167; Frederick John, 169; George Frederick, 168; 
George William Eustace, 168 ; Georgina Emma 
Ashton, 167 ; Georgina Emma Augusta, 167 ; 
Gracie Beatrice, 169; Harry Louis, 168; Henry 
Smedmore George, 168 ; James Herbert, 170 ; 
Jeanetta Mary, 169 ; John Dobree, 168 ; John 
Peyto, 169 ; Maria Delphime, 167, 168 ; Marie 
Emily, 169; Mary Elizabeth, 170; Mary Louisa 
Susannah, 167; Nellie Ernestine, 168; Richard 
Henry, 167 ; Richard Henry John, 168 ; Rose 
Elizabeth, 169 ; Rose Margaret Pickstone, 167, 
168; Sarah, 170; Sarah Ann, 169; Sarah Anne, 
168, 170; Stella Natalie, 169; Susanna, 167; 
Susanna Pickstone, 170; William Eustace, 168; 
William Frank, 169 ; Major-General William 
Henry, 167 ; William James, l58 ; William James 
Whannel, 167. 

Buggin, Barrington, i ; Sarah, I . 

Bullen, Rev. Abraham William, 58. 

Buller, Dame Annie Henrietta, 59. 

Bullock, Rev. Richard, 85. 

Buonaparte, Joseph, 113. 

Burbic^e, Ann, 164; James, 164; Mary King, 164; 
Mr., 164; Mrs. 164. 

Burgh, see De Burgh. 

Burnell, John James, 117; Louisa Caroline, 117. 

Burnie, John, 122; William, 122. 

Burton, Alfred, 4; Alice Maud, 118; Rev. Bramwell, 
163 ; David, 162 ; David Fowler, 162 ; Elizabeth, 
117; Fanny, 162; Frederick, 118; James Frederick, 
1 1 7, n 8 ; Mary Sophia, 162 ; Thomas Brumridge, 117. 

Bury, Jane Isabella, 28 ; William, 28. . 

Bushe, Rosamond Matilda, 100. 

Buswell, Anne, 98; William, 98. 

Butler, Rev. W. J., 30, 82, 83. 

Byng, Hon'''' Cecilia, 156; Hon'''' and Rev. Francis, 
92; John, Viscount Torrington, 156. 



Cachemaille, Rev. Ernest Peter, 170. 
Cadwalader, Frances, 78 ; General John, 78. 
Calthorp, Rev. Gordon, 71. 



C.alvcrl, Edmund, 24; Edmund Percy, 24; Susan 

May, 24. 
Cambridge, H.R.H. Duke of, 158. 
Camden, Marquess of, 52. 

Campbell, Ann Trepaud Macdougall, 122; Colin 
Minton, 70 ; Rt. Rev. James Colquhoun, Bishop 
of Bangor, 7 1 ; Jane Miller, 8 ; Louisa Jessie, 70 ; 
Louisa Wilmot, 70. 
Campion, Rev. John William Coventry, 80. 
Cannon, Letitia, Maud, 8 ; Thomas, 8. 
Capel, Lady Adela Caroline Harriet, 37 ; Arthur 
Algernon, Earl of Essex, 37 ; Lady Caroline 
Janetta, Countess of Essex, 37. 
Capstick, Mary, 162. 
Cardew, Evelyn Margaret, no; Lieut. -Colonel 

Francis Gordon, no. 
Carey, Charlotte Cecilia, 124; Dr., 124. 
Carlisle, Rt. Rev. Samuel Goodenough, Bishop of, 38. 
Carnac, see Rivett-Carnac. 
Carnarvon, Henry, Earl of, 2i ; Henry John George, 

Earl of, 95. 
Carrington, Lord, 141. 
Carter, Elizabeth, 80 j John, 80. 
Cartwright, Mary Ann, 32 ; Robert, 32. 
Carvick, Georgina, 94; Thomas, 94. 
Castle, Elizabeth, 117; Major-General Frederick 

John, 117; Louisa Caroline, 117; Sophia Elizabeth, 

117; William, 117. 
Cave, Blanche Eleanor, 22 ; Laurence Trent, 22 ; 

Lucy, 22. 
Cave-Browne-Cave, Rev. Fitzherbert, 71 ! Julia 

Mead, 71; Louisa Wilmot, 70; Rev. William 

Asteley, 70, 71. 
Cavendish, ?Ion'''° and Rev. Augustus, 78 ; Juliana, 

Baroness Waterpark, 78; Mary Ann, 78; Richard, 

Baron Waterpark, 78. 
Chadwick, Catherine Anne, 75 ; Robert, 75. 
Chaloner, Rev. John William, 78 ; Marcella Louisa, 78. 
Champion, Fanny Anna, 57, 60; John, 60; Mary, 60; 

Lieut. -Colonel Reginald Henry, 60 ; William 

Henry, 60. 
Champneys, Adelaide Mary, 51 ; Amian Lister, 51 ; 

Arthur Charles, 53; Basil, 51; Charles Edward, 

52; Rev. Charles Franceis, 52; Cicely Marian, 51 ; 

Edith, 52 ; Rev. Edward Free, 49, 50 ; Elizabeth 

Ellen, 51 ; Frances, 49; Frances Mary, 50; Frances 

Sophia, 50 ; Francis Charles, 52 ; Dr. Francis 

Henry, 52 ; Rev. Francis Weldon, 52 ; Jessie 

Beyer, 51 ; Jessy Martha, 52 ; John Dalrymple, 

53 ; John Weldon, 52 ; Margaret de L'Etang, 53 ; 

Martha, 49 ; Mary, 53 ; Mary Ann, 49 ; Mary 

Frances, 50 ; Mary Jane, 50 ; May Theresa Ella, 

51; Michael Weldon, 51; Montague Storr, 50; 

Montague Weldon, 53 ; Samuel Montague, 52 ; 

Sophia Jessy, 52; Virginia Julian, 52; Weldon, 53; 

Rev. Weldon, 49-52; Rev. Weldon, D.D., 49; 

Rev. William Betton, 49 ; Rev. William Weldon, 

49, 51, 124; Very Rev. William Weldon, Dean of 

Lichfield, 49. 
Charles, Rev. Jonathan, 48. 

Chatfield, Elizabeth, 166; Mary Ann, 166; Walter, 166. 
Chavasse, Rev. Lewis Thomas, 47. 
Chester, Rt. Rev. William Majendie, D.D., Bishop 

of, 69 ; see also Bagot-Chcster. 
Chesterman, Ann Greaves, 1 1 ; Elizabeth, 1 1 ; Ezekiel 

Bickham, 11; James, 11; William Thomas, 11. 
Chetwynd-Stapylton, Rev. Canon William, 38. 
Childe, Rev. Christopher Venn, 9. 
Childers, Anne, 133; Childers Walbanke, 133; Eliza 

Diana, 133 ; Rt. Hon''''= Hugh Culling Eardley, 133 ; 

John Walbanke, 133 ; Colonel John Walbanke, 

133; Selena, 133; Sehna, 133. 
Cholmley, Alfred John, 150; Sir George, Bart., 150; 

Sir George, Bart, (formerly Strickland), 102 ; 

Henrietta, 150; Lucy Henrietta, 102; Mary, 102; 

Mary Anne, 150; Nathaniel, 150. 
Chope, Rev. Richard Robert, 37. 
Christian, H.R.H. Princess, 157. 



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Churchill, Georgiana, 9; John, 9; Mary, 9. 

Clapton, Adeline, II; Alfred, 12; Alice, II; 
Amelia, 12; Ann, 12; Arthur, 10, 12; Edward, 9; 
Dr. Edward, 9 ; Rev. Edward Louis Churchill, 9, 
10; Edward Vivian, 9 ; Eliza, 12; Elizabeth, 11; 
Ella Robertson, 1 1 ; Rev. Ernest, 10, 11; Esther, 
12; Ethel May, 10; Florence, 11; Frances 
Elizabeth, 12; Henry, 12; Jeremiah, 9, 12; 
John, 10; Lydia, 9; Margaret, 12; Margaret 
Jane, 10 ; Mary, 9 ; Mary Jane, 10, 12 ; Mary 
Lowe Laxton, 10; Maud Maryde Merveilleux, 11; 
May Churchill, 9 ; May Vivian, 9 ; Ruth, 12 ; 
Sarah, 11; Sarah Harrington, 9; Sophia, 12; 
Thomas, 9; William, 11; Dr. William, 10. 

Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl of, 60. 

Clark, Anna Maria, 38 ; Craufard Alexander Gordon, 
38 ; Rev. Edward Travers, 10 ; Ethel May, 10 ; 
Frederick le Gros, 10 ; Gordon Wyatt, 38 ; 
Henrietta, 10; iTloratia Lilias Anne, 38. 

Clarke, Charles Bridger Orme, 85 ; John Francis, 44 ; 
Robert, 62, 63 ; Rose Anne, 62, 63. 

Cleaver, Rev. Euseby Digby, 126 ; Rev. William 
Henry, 127. 

Cloncurry, Nicholas, Baron, 22. 

Clutterbuck, Charlotte Eliza, 119; Frances Anne, 
102; Hawley, 13; John, 102; Thomas, 119. 

Coates, Ann, 113; John, 113. 

Cockburn, Helen Burke Browne, 162; Robert, 162. 

Cockerell, Alice Mary, 35 ; Andrew Pepys, 33-36 ; 
Ann Louisa, 36 ; Anna, 33 ; Anna Theresa, 38, 
39; Anne, ,33; Anne Frances, 41; Anne 
Maria, 34 ; Beatrix Joanna, 36 ; Catherine Paulina, 
40; Charles Robert, 33-35; Dorothy Pepys, 36; 
Edward William, 36 ; Elizabeth, 39 ; Elizabeth 
Fanny, 39 ; Ethel Horatia, 34 ; Evelyn, 37, 40 ; 
Florence Elizabeth, 35 ; Frances, 33, 38 ; Frances 
Mary, 40; Francis Richard, 40; Frederica, 40, 41 ; 
Frederick Pepys, 34, 37 ; Frederick William 
Pepys, 41 ; Helen Annie, 37 ; Helen Violet, 39 ; 
Henrietta Frances, 34 ; Henrietta Selina, 39 ; 
Rev. Henry, 34, 37, 39 ; Henry Edmund, 41 ; 
Henry Wellesley, 41 ; Hester Anne, 38 ; Horace 
Abel, 35 ; Horatia Lilias Anne, 38 ; Jane Louisa, 

35 ; Joan Constance, 34 ; Joanna Mary, 33 ; John, 
33. 34 ; John Arthur Pepys, 35 ; John Pepys, 35 ; 
John Rennie, 36, 39 ; Julia Mary, 35 ; Laura 
Susan, 40 ; Lawrence Homan Mulock* Pepys, 
41 ; Rev. Louis Arthur, 36, 39, 40, 41 ; Louisa 
Elizabeth, 36 ; Margaret Lucy, 36 ; Mary, 37 ; 
Mary Frances, 34 ; Mary Theresa, 33, 35 ; 
Patience Scott, 40 ; Paulina Pepys, 40 ; Phyllis 
Marcia, 39 ; Richard Howe, 37 ; Robert 
Horsley, 38 ; Robert Rennie Pepys, 39 ; Rowland 
Vyner, 35 ; Samuel Pepys, 33, 36-38, 40, 41 ; 
Sidney Ada, 40 ; Susan Caroline, 39 ; Sybil Julia, 

36 ; Theresa, 37 ; William Acland, 36, 39,-40. 
Cockrell, Eliza Norris, 145; James, 145. 
Codrington, Mary, III; General Sir William John, i ir. 
Cogswell, Rev. William Henry Lawrence, 72. 
Colbeck, Catherine, 44; Charles, 44; George Royde, 

44; Thomas, 44; William Royde, 45. ■ 
Colborne, Charlotte, Baroness, 92 ; Nicholas William, 

Baron, 92. 
Coles, Rev. Edward Norman, 59. 
CoUinson, Georgina, 108. 
Colman, Annie, 55 ; Edward, 55 ; Eliza, 55 ; 

Jeremiah, 54, 55. 
Combermere, Lord, 74 ; Sir Stapleton, Viscount, 79. 
Comer, Joseph, 65. 
Congreve, Rev. John, 118. 
Connaught, H.R.H. Duchess of, 158; H.R.H. Duke 

of, 145, 158. 
Constable, Rev. Charles, 102 ; Mary, 102 ; see also 

Goulton-Cons table. 
Cook, Rev. Prebendary F., 4; Mary, 25; Mary 

Clark, 25 ; Samuel, 25. 
Cooke, Thomas Smalley, 32; Sir William Bryan, 

Bart., 132; j^« a/™ Fothergill-Cooke. 



Cookson, Evelyn, 37; Lieut. -Colonel George Arthur, 
37; Lieut. -Colonel Samuel Briggs, 37. 

Cooper, Juliana, 78; Thomas, 78. 

Cope, Rev. Samuel William, 75. 

Copeland, Ada Charlotte, 47 ; William, 47. 

Corbett, Amelia, 16; Anna, 21; Charlotte Ann 
Margaret, 21 ; Edwin, 21 ; Emily Isabella 
Constance, 21; James, 16; Mary Elizabeth, 16. 

Cornewall, Frances Elizabeth, 143 ; Sir George, 
Bart, 143. 

Cornthwaite, Anne, loi ; Rev. Thomas, loi. 

Corrie, Rt. Rev. Daniel, Bishop of Madras, 122 ; 
Rev. John, 122; Mary, 122. 

Corry, see Lowry-Corry. 

Cotton, Anne, 7 1 ; Beatrice Jessie, 70 ; Caroline 
Lucy, 71; Caroline Mary Florence, 70, 79; Charles 
Harington, 71 ; Constance Mary Anne, 72 ; 
Constance Muriel, 70 ; Rev. Edward Bathurst, 86 ; 
Elizabeth Emma, 69, 79 ; Florence Annette, 86 ; 
Florence He^er Lavinia, 69, 79 ; Florence Isabel, 
72 ; Frederick Arthur Stapleton, 70 ; Frederick 
Henry, 69, 79; Very Rev. George, LL.D., Dean 
of Chester, 69 ; George Edward Stapleton, 70 ; 
Gwendoline Mabel Lucy, 71, 79; Rev. Henry 
James, 69, 71, 79; Henry Wilmot Stapleton, 70; 
Hester Evelyn, 70 ; Hugh Stapleton, 70 ; Very 
Rev. James Henry, Dean of Bangor, 69 ; James 
Henry George, 70 ; Rev. James Stapleton, 69, 70, 
72, 79 ; Jessie Catherine, 86 ; Julia Katherine, 71 ; 
Katherine Maria, 69 ; Louisa Jessie, 70 ; Sir Lynch 
Salusbury, Bart., 69, 79; Mary, 70; Mary Ann, 
69 ; Mary Lawrens, 69 ; Mildred Lucy, 70 ; Robert 
Roland, 86; Sir Stapleton, Viscount Combermere, 
79 ; see also Green-Cotton. 

Coupland, Mary, 30. 

Courtenay, Lady Agnes Elizabeth, 132; Hon'''^ and 
Rev. Canon Charles Leslie, 136 ; Elizabeth, 
Countess of Devon, 132; William Reginald, Earl 
of Devon, 132. 

Cowan, Edythe Huntington, 163 ; Rev. Joseph 
Davison, LL.D., 163 ; Marie, 163 ; Samuel, 
163. 

Cowper, Fanny, 162; Frederick, 162. 

Cox, Eleanor Susanna, 6 ; Fanny Mary, 6 ; Maria 
Ursula, 6; Mary Emily, 6; Samuel Fortnom, 6; 
Samuel Henry Fortnom, 6. 

Craigie, Bell, 58 ; Lawrence, 58 ; Margaret, 58 ; Mary 
Jane, 58 ; General Sir Patrick Edmonstone, 58. 

Cranworth, Emily Frances, Baroness, 93 ; Colonel 
Robert Thornhagh Gurdon, Baron, 93. 

Craufurd, Annabella, 38, 41 ; Anne Frances, 41 ; 
Brigadier-General Catlin, 33 ; Captain Henry, 
R.N., 41 ; Joanna Mary, 33 ; William Henry, 

Craven, Hon'''° Maria Margaretta, 156 ; William, 

Baron Craven, 156. 
Crawford, Rev. Alfred, 134. 
Crawford and Balcarres, Alexander William, Earl of, 

135; Margaret, Countess of, 135. 
Crawley, George Abraham, i. 
Crewe, Rev. Walter Francis, 86. 
Creyke, Frances, 151; Ralph, 151. 
Cripps, Charles Couper, 82 ; Edith Ellen, 82 ; 

Mary, 82; Richard, 82. 
Crisp, Anna Sophia, 167 ; Arthur William, 169 ; 

Edwards, 167, 169; Mary, 169; Rose Elizabeth, 

169. 
Cromb, Cecilia Catherine, 68 ; John, 68. 
Crosbie, Dorothea Howard, 65 ; Sir Paul, Bart. , 

65. 
Cross, Rt. PIon''''= Sir Richard Assheton, 144. 
Crosse, Richard, 78 ; see Legh. 
Cruiksharik, Rev. James, 127. 
Currie, Dr., 2; Mary, 2. 
Curzon, Assheton, Viscount Curzon, 20 ; Mary, 

20. 
Custance, Alice Louisa, 108 ; Georgina, loS ; Myles 

Henry, 108. 



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D 

Dale, Lydia, 9; Rev. Thomas, 165; William, 9. 

Dalley, Hemietta Ellen, 44; John, 44. 

Dalrymple, Sir John Warrender, Bart., 52; Sophia, 

52 ; Virginia Julian, 52. 
Dalton, Elizabeth, 98. 
Dames-Longworth, Edwaid Travers, 38 ; Frances 

Tenison, 38 ; Francis Travers, 38. 
Daniel, Frances Elizabeth, 3 ; Dr. George, 3. 
Darby, Eliza Harriet, 151; Lieutenant, 151. 
Dashwood, Captain John, R.N., 62. 
Daun, Ada Margaret, 63 ; Charles James, 63 ; 

Edward, 59, 62, 63 ; Edward Robert, 62 ; 

Elizabeth, 59 ; Ellen Frances, 62 ; Margaret, 59 ; 

Rose Anne, 62, 63. 
Davey, Aimee Sydney Horton, 26 ; John Sydney, 26 ; 

Julia, 26. 
Davidson, Emily Bryce, 77 ; Lionel, 77 ; Martha, 77 ; 

William, 77. 
Davies, Charles Joseph, 71 ; Sir David, M.D., 73; 

Lfetitia Blanche, 73 ; Richard, 40 ; Sarah, So ; 

Sidney Ada, 40 ; Rev. William Henry, 73. 
Davis, DaNnd William, 1 1 ; Eliza, 45 ; Elizabeth, 1 1 ; 

Elizabeth Ellen, 51; Esther, 14; George, II; 

Henry, 14, 51; Jane, 14; Mary Frances, 50; 

Maud Mary de Merveilleux, 1 1 ; Rev. Richard 

Francis, D.D., 50, 51; Sarah, 50, 51. 
Davison, David, 163 ; Marie, 163. 
Dawnay, Lady Cecilia Maria Charlotte, Viscountess 

Downe, 158; Colonel Sir Hugh Richard, 

Viscount Downe, 158; Mary Isabel, Viscountess 

Downe, 158; WilUam Henry, Viscount Downe, 

158. 
Deane-Freeman, Isabella, 160; Joseph, 160. 
De Bathe, Anna Maria, 107 ; Major-General Sir 

Henry Percival, 107; Sir James Michael, Bart., 

107; Mary, 107 ; Lieut. -Colonel Sir William 

Plunkett, Bart., 107 ; Sir Wjnne Bart., 107. 
De Burgh, Hon'''' Charlotte, 4 ; Ulysses, Lord 

Downes, 4. 
Delaney, Louise (Lily) Mary, 112; R. J., 112. 
De Merveilleux, Anna Maria, 12 ; John George, 12 ; 

Mary Jane, 12. 
Dennett, James, 165 ; Rev. James, 165, 166 ; Jane, 

165. 
Desborough, Constance, 37 ; William Henry, 37. 
De Stern, Emily Theresa, 20; Baron Hermann, 20; 

Julia, 20. 
Devon, Elizabeth, Countess of, 132 ; William 

Reginald, Earl of, 132. 
Dewin, Amelia, 166 ; Edwin, 166 ; Mary Ann, 

166. 
Dick, Augusta, 160 ; Emily Beatrice, 160 ; Rear- 
Admiral John, 160; Captain John Goodrich, R.N., 

160. 
Dicken, Emily Ellen, 64 ; Henry Perry, 57, 64 ; 

Mary, 64; Rev. Perry, 64. 
Dickinson, Anna Mary Vivienne, 159; William, 

159- 
Dighton, Rev. Charles Edward, 9. 
Dillingham, Brampton, 42, 92 ; see Gurdon. 
Dodd, Elizabeth, 30. 
Donoughmore, John, Earl of, 60. 
Dow, Caroline, 60; William, 60. 
Downe, Lady Cecilia Maria Charlotte, Viscountess, 

158; Colonel Sir Hugh Richard, Viscount, and 

Baron Dawnay, 158 ; Mary Isabel, Viscountess, 

158; William Henry, Viscount, 158. 
Downes, Ulysses, Lord, 4. 
Drake, Ann Pollexfen, I ; Sir Francis, I ; Sir Francis 

Henry, Bart., i ; see also Fuller-Eliott-Drake. 
Dring, Gulielraa Maria, 57 ; Thomas, 57. 
Drummond, Hon"' Adelaide, 51; Amy Harriott, 92; 

HonW« Sir Edmund, 35 ; Henrietta, 10, 133 ; 

Henry Andrew, 10 ; Isabella May, 92 ; John, 133 ; 

Julia Mary, 35; Lionel Charles, 92 j Maurice, 51; 

May Theresa Ella, 51 ; Walter, 92. 



Ducie, Lady Frances, Baroness, 21 ; Henry George 
Francis, Earl of, 21 ; Henry John, Earl of, 20, 21; 
Thomas Reynolds, Baron, 2. 

Duckworth, Rev. Canon Robinson, D.D., 41. 

Duesbery, see Thornton- Duesbery. 

Duff, Innes, 126; John, 126. 

Dumaresq, Anne, 65 ; Lieut. -Colonel John, 65 ; 
Marianne, 65. 

Duncombe, Rev. William, 43, 97. 

Dundas, Hon'''= Alice Louisa, 136 ; Hon'"'" John 
Charles, 132, 136 ; Lawrence, Marquis of Zetland, 
136; Margaret Matilda, 136. 

Dunn, Rev. James, 67, 125. 

Dunsany, Hon'''" Anne Constance, Baroness, 22 ; 
Admiral Edward, Baron, 22 ; Colonel Edward 
Wadding, Baron, 22; Randall Edward, Baron, 22. 

Dutton, Hon''''= Anne Constance, 22 ; Arthur Brandreth 
Scott, 24 ; Blanche Eleanor, 22 ; Blanche Mary 
Stukeley, 22 ; Hon'''' Colonel Charles, 23 ; Edward 
Lenox, Baron Sherborne, 20 ; Elizabeth, Baroness 
Sherborne, 20 ; Hon'''' Elizabeth, 2 1 ; Lady Eliza- 
beth, 20 ; Hon'''' Elizabeth Jane, 20 ; Hon'''' Emily 
Isabella Constance, 2 1 ; Emily Theresa, Baroness 
Sherborne, 20 ; Hon'''' and Rev. Canon Frederick 
George, 22, 24; Henry John, 21, 22; Hon'''' Henry 
Thomas, 23 ; Hon'''' Isabella, 23 ; Isabella Mary, 
23; James (formerly Naper), Baron Sherborne, 20; 
James Henry Legge, Baron Sherborne, 20 ; 
James Huntly, 24 ; Hon'''' James Robert, 22 ; 
Joan Mary Sherborne, 22 ; John, Baron Sherborne, 
20 ; HoniJ'' John Thomas, 21 ; Hon"' John 
William, 20 ; Hon'''' Julia Henrietta, 21 ; Lady 
Lavinia Agnfes, 21 ; Louisa EUza Lavinia, 22 ; 
Mabel Plonor, 24 ; Hon'''' Mary, Baroness 
Sherborne, 20 ; Mary Laura, 24 ; Hon'''' Mary Laura, 
22 ; Hon'''' May Arbuthnot, 23 ; Piers Edwin, 24 ; 
Hon'''' Ralph Heneage, 20, 23 ; Ralph Stawell, 
22 ; Rev. Reginald George, 22 ; Susan EUzabeth, 
Baroness Sherborne, 20 ; Susan May, 24 ; Ursula 
Mary Lavinia, 22. 



Eagle, Frances Wheen, 27 ; Stanley William, 27 ; 
William Pleasants, 27. 

Eales, Charles, 3, 4 ; Diana, 3 ; Eleanor Halford, 3 ; 
Frances Elizabeth, 3. 

Eardley, Sir Sampson, Lord Eardley, 133 ; Selina, 
133. 

Earle, Alfred, 109 ; Alice Louisa, 108 ; Anne, 105, 
109; Arthur, 106, no, 112; Caroline, 109, no; 
Cecil Arthur, ill; Charles Frederic, 109 ; 
Constance, 109 ; Edith, 108 ; Elizabeth, 109 ; 
Emily, 106, 109 ; Emily Josephine, 107 ; Eric 
Greville, in; Evelyn Grace, 106 ; Evelyn 
Margaret, ;io; Rev. Francis, 162, 163; Lieut.- 
Colonel Frederic William, 108; Georgina, no; 
Grace Elizabeth, in; Guy Fife, in; Hardman, 
105, 108; Sir Hardman, Bart., 106; Hardman 
Arthur, 106, 107 ; Harriet, 109 ; Harriet Matilda, 
108; Sir Henry, Bart., 105, 106; Lieut. -Colonel 
Sir Henry, Bart., 106 ; Ida Euphemia Bertie, 112 ; 
Jane, no; John, 105; John Greville, 112; John 
Wilfrid, no ; Lawrence Mathew, 112 ; Lilian Ida, 
112; Lizzie Isabella, in; Louise (Lily) Mary, 
112; Margaret, 108; Maria, 105; Mary, 
105-107, in; Phillis Audrey, 106; Rachel Mary, 
III; Reginald, no; Richard, 105, 108; Ronald 
Hamilton, 112; Thomas, 105, 109, no; Sir 
Thomas, Bart., 106; Thomas Algernon, 106, 108; 
William, 105; Colonel William, 106; Major- 
General William, 106, in; William Edward, 109. 

Eastman, Rev. George, 54. 

Eckhardstein, Grace Emily Blundell, Baroness von, 
55 ; Hermann, Baron von, 55 ; Theckla, Baroness 
von, 55. 

Ede, Alfred, 57; Catherine Maria, 57; Edward 
Lee, 57 ; Job, 57 ; John Bulkeley, 57. 



177 



Edelmann, Rev. William, 85. 

Edward VII., King of England, 158. 

Edwardes, see Hope-Edwardes. 

Edwards, Amy Charlotte, 144; Mary, 169; Richard, 
144; Sarah, 54. 

Edwards-Moss, Amy Charlotte, 144 ; Sir John 
Edwards, Bart., 144; Margaret Everilda, 144; 
Sir Thomas, Bart. , 144. 

Egerton, Rev. John Coker, 6. 

Eglinton, Archibald, Earl of, 37 ; Earl of, 40. 

Eglinton and Winton, Lady Adela Caroline Harriet, 
Countess of, 37 ; Rt. Hon'''^ Archibald Montgomerie 
Hamilton, Earl of, 37 ; Colonel the Rt. Hon"': 
Archibald William, Earl of, 37 ; Theresa, Countess 

of, 37- 
Eliot, Edward Granville, Earl of St. Germans, 126 ; 

Lady Louisa Susan Comwallis, 126. 
EUott, Hon'''^ Anne, i ; Anne PoUexfen, I ; Major- 

General Sir George Augustus {afterwards Lord 

Heathfield), i. 
Eliott-Drake, see Fuller-Eliott-Drake. 
Elliot, Rev. Gilbert, 73. 

Elliott, Rev. Edward King, 76 ; Rev. Foster, 7, 8. 
Elton, Lieut. -Colonel Sir Charles Abraham, Bart., 

i5i ; Clementina, 161 ; Edmund William, 161 ; 

Lucy Maria, 161 ; Sarah, 161. 
Elven, Rev. Cornelius, 121. 
Errol, Brigadier-General, Earl of, 158. 
Erskine, Rt. Hon""' Cadwalader, Baron, 78 ; David 

Montagu, Baron, 78 ; Frances, Baroness, 78 ; 

Louisa, Baroness, 78 ; Thomas Americus, Baron, 

78. 
Essex, Arthur Algernon, Earl of, 37 ; Lady Caroline 

Janetta, Countess of, 37. 
Esten, John, 61 ; Mary, 61. 
Evans, General Sir de Lacey, 149. 
Exeter, Hon''''' and Rt. Rev. George Pelham, Bishop 

of, 3- 
Eyre, Rev. James, 122. 



Faber, Rev. Canon Arthur Henry, 134. 

FaithfuU, Charles Edward, 1 1 ; Edward Williams, 1 1 ; 

General, Ii ; Mary Anne, II; Sarah, 11. 
Fane, Alice Mary, 26; Cecil, 26; Lieut. -Colonel 

John William, 26 ; Victoria, 26. 
Fanning, Elizabeth Mary, 117; Sophia CeciUa, 117; 

William, 117. 
Farey, Benjamin, 55; Eliza, 55. 
Farmer, Henry, 81. 
Farr, Georgianna, 140; Thomas, 140. 
Faulconer, Benjamin, 28 ; Benjamin George, 29 ; 

Catherine, 28 ; Cordelia, 28 ; Harriet, 29 ; Harriet 

Ann, 28 ; Mary Ann, 28 ; Mary Louisa, 28 ; 

Robert Hoffman, 28 ; Rev. Robert Hoffman, 29 ; 

Sarah, 28, 29; William, 28; William Hamilton, 

29. 
Fauntleroy, Jane, 47 ; Janet, 47 ; Thomas, 47. 
Feilden, Caroline, 50; Frances Sophia, 50; Henry 

Master, 50 ; Rev. William Leyland, 50. 
Fellowes, Rev. Augustus William Dorset, 161 ; Rev. 

Cecil, 102; Rev. Edmund Fearon Burrell Bourke, 

161; Frances Anne, 102; Frances Marion, 102; 

Helen Louisa, 161 ; Rev. Canon Henry, 161 ; 

Robert, 102. 
Fennessy, Frances Louisa, 36 ; Robert, 36. 
Ferguson, Amelia Laura, 66; Catherine Anne, 66; 

Dr. George Bagot, 66 ; William Bruce, 66. 
Ferris, Rev. Thomas Boys Barraclough, 82. 
Fetherstonhaugh, Rev. Cuthbert, 116 ; Emma 

Caroline, 116. 
Filleul, Rev. Philip William Girdlestone, 39. 
Finch, Rev. George, 27. 
Firth, Caroline Gedling, 81 ; Charles Henry, 81 ; 

John Bradley, 81; Mark, 81; Mary, 81; Thomas, 



Fisher, Frederick William, 76 ; Rt. Rev. John, Bishop 
of Salisbury, 69 ; Mary Lawrens, 6g ; Dr. Samuel, 
69. 

Fitzpatrick, Lady Emma Mary, 39 ; John, Earl of 
Upper Ossory, 39. 

Fletcher, Emily, 106; Mary, 106; -William, 106. 

Flint, Mary, 54; Nicholas, 54. 

Foaker, Janet, 58 ; Jessie Sarah Eliza, 58 ; Leonard, 

58- 

Forbes, Rev. Edward, D.D., 37; Ellen Amelia, 123; 
Francis Charles, 123; George, 5, ll ; Rev. George 
Frederick, 112; Gordon, 123; Harington Gordon, 
122; Jemima, 5; Mary, 11. 

Ford, Rev. John Chubb, 112. 

Forsyth, Jessie Alice, 39 ; Sir Thomas Douglas, 39. 

Fortescue, Lady Elizabeth, 132 ; Hugh, Earl 
Fortescue, 132. 

Fortin, Rev. Ivan C. , 68. 

Foster, Henry Munk, 32 ; James, 107 ; James 
Loxham, 107, 109; Rev. Joseph, 138; Mary, 107; 
Mary Ann, 32; William, 32. 

Fothergill-Cooke, Elizabeth, 126; Thomas, 126. 

Fox, Benjamin, 164, 165; Rev. James Charles, 118. 

Franklin, Rev. Edwin Lewis, 76 ; Eva Ellen Adela, 
76; Sarah Louisa, 76; Walter Lewis, 76. 

Franks, John, 31, 82; Sarah, 31, 82. 

Eraser, Rt. Rev. James, D. D. , Bishop of Manchester, 
SO. 

Freeman, Anna, 121 ; Anna Charlotte, 121 ; Charlotte, 
121 ; Charlotte Bridget, 121 ; John, 121 ; John 
Major, 121 ; Rev. John Major, 121 ; Martha 
Charlotte, 121; Newton, 121. 

French, Anne, 60; Arthur, 60. 

Frere, Catherine Margaret Temple, 97 ; Jane, 97 ; 
Mary, 97 ; Mary Wilhelmina Frederica, 97 ; Rev. 
Canon Temple, 97 ; Rev. Walter, 97 ; William, 
97- 

Fry, Alexander, 13-15 ! Caroline Davis, 15; Caroline 
Sophia, 16 ; Catharine Susanna, 13 ; Catherine 
Emily, 15 ; Catherine Jane, 15 ; Edward, 14 ; 
Edward Alexander Mercy, 14, 15 ; Edward 
Meaburn, 16; Edward Sidney, 16; Edward Winne, 
14, 16; Elizabeth, 13; Emily Ann, 14; Emily, 
Josephine, 14 ; Esther, 14 ; Esther Catherine 
Miers, 16 ; Esther Felicia, 16 ; Harriette Eliza- 
beth, 15 ; Henry Alexander Russell, 15 ; 
Henry Ambrose, 13, 14; Henry Sampson, 13; 
Joseph, 16; Dr. Joseph, 13; Joseph Eyles, 14; 
Joseph Forrest, 16 ; Joseph James, 13 ; Joseph 
Laurence, 16 ; Josephine, 16 ; Julia Anne, 16 ; 
Margaret Tyers, 13; Mary Elizabeth, 16; Renee 
Winne, 15; Samuel, 16; Susan Mary, 16; Susanna, 
13, 16; Susanna Blanche, 14; Susanna Catherine, 

13- 

Fulcher, Eliza Georgiana, 124. 

Fuller, Agnes Ursula, 6 ; Amabel Lucy, 5 ; Hon'''* 
Anne, i ; Augusta Maria, 3 ; Augustus EUott, i ; 
Catharine Sarah, 2 ; Charlotte, 4 ; Charlotte 
Caroline Augusta, 5 ; Clara, i ; Clara Agnes, 4, 6 ; 
Clara Emily, 5 ; Cordelia Eleanor, 3 ; Edmund 
George, 5 ; Eleanor, i ; Eleanor Halford, 3 ; 
Eleanor Rosamond, 6 ; Eleanor Susanna, 5, 6 ; 
Eliza, 3 ; Elizabeth, i ; Elizabeth Anna, 2 ; Emma 
Jane, 5 ; Fitzherbert Augustus, 5 ; Francis George 
Augustus, 3, 4 ; Francis John, 2 ; Jane Eliza Anne 
PoUexfen, 3 ; John, i ; General John Augustus, 5 ; 
John Francis, 2 ; John Heathfield, 5 ; John 
Trayton, 1,6; Lily Mary, 5 ; Lionel Edward, 5 ; 
Louisa Sophia, 2-4 ; Lucy Ann, 2 ; Mabel Grace, 
5, 6 ; Margaretta Jane, 3 ; Maria Ursula, 4, 6 ; 
Mary Fuller, 2 ; Owen John Augustus, 2 ; Philip 
Reginald, 6; Richard Garth, 2; Robert Fitzherbert, 
5 ; Rev. Robert Fitzherbert, 2, 4 ; Captain Rose 
Henry, R, N. , 3 ; Sarah Maria, 2 ; Stephen, i ; 
Stephen Rose, 5 ; Thomas, i ; Thomas Trayton, 2 ; 
Rev. Trayton, 4, 6 ; Trayton EUott, 5 ; WilUam 
Lowndes, 2 ; Captain William Stephen, R.N., 3 ; 
see also Fuller-Eliott-Drake ««rf Fuller- Meyrick. 



17S 



FuUer-Eliott-Drake, Eleanor, 2 ; Elizabeth, 4 ; 
Elizabeth Beatrice, 4; Sir Francis George Augustus, 
Bart., 2, 4; Sir Thomas Trayton, Bart., 2, 4. 

FuUer-Meyrick, Augustus Owen, 4 ; Owen John 
Augustus, 1-3. 



Garnett, Anne, 152; Henry, 152. 

Garth, Clara, i; Richard, i. 

Gauntlett, Rev. John George, 84. 

Gedling, Mary Ann, 30, 82 ; Micah, 30, 82. 

Geikie, Rev. John Cunningham, D.D., 15. 

George II., King of England, i. 

Germany, Emperor of, 40. 

Gervis, see Tapps-Gervis. 

Gibbs, Rev. Thomas Crook, 74. 

Gibson, Ellen, 25 ; Jane, 25 ; Rev. John, 25. 

Gilbert, Anne, 152; Rev. Edmund, 152; Edmund 

Williams, 152; Mary, 152. 
Gill, Eleanor Jerram, 83 ; Frances, 83 ; Rev. Henry 

Viney, 46 ; John, 83 ; John Henry, 83. 
Gladstone, Robertson, 1 10 ; Rt. Hon^'''^ William 

Ewart, 95. 
Glenelg, Charles, Baron, 125. 
Gloucester and Bristol, Bishop of, 9. 
Glyn, Hon"= and Rev. Edward Carr, D.D. (after- 
wards Bishop of Peterborough), 70, 79. 
Goddard, Aileen Eleanor Sydney, 26; Aimee Sydney 

Horton, 26 ; Alfred Courtenay, 26, 27 ; Alice 

Mary, 26 ; Annie Wheen, 27 ; Arthur Henry, 27 ; 

Elizabeth, 25 ; Ellen, 25 ; Ellen Graham, 27 ; 

Emma, 25 ; Emma Mary, 26 ; Frances Wheen, 27 ; 

Francis Arthur, 27; Francis George Graham, 25, 

26; Kathleen, 27; Maria, 27; Mary, 26; Mary 

Clark, 25 ; Nora, 27 ; Thomas, 25 ; Rev. Thomas, 

27; Thomas Frances, 26; Rev. Thomas Ward, 25, 

26; William, 25. 
Goldie, Captain Alexander Taubman, R.N., 151, 

152; Amelia, 152; Dora Blamire Jemima, 152; 

Mary, 152; Lieut. -General Thomas, 152. 
Golding-Bird, Rev. John Percival, 134. 
Goldsmid, Aaron Asher, 20; Juha, 20. 
Gooch, Georgianna, 140 ; Sir Thomas Sherlock, 

Bart., 140. 
Goodenough, Annabella, 38, 41 ; Very Rev. Edmund, 

D.D., Dean of Wells, 38, 41 ; Frances, 38; Rev. 

Leonard, 37, 38 ; Lucy, 38 ; Rt. Rev. Samuel, 

Bishop of Carlisle, 38. 
Goodliff, Sarah, 10; William, 10. 
Goodrich, Augusta, 160. 

Goodwyn, Elizabeth Mallock, 13; William, 13. 
Gordon, Catherine, 93 ; Elizabeth Fanny, 39 ; General, 

III; Sir Henry Percy, Bart., 108; John, 93; 

Mary Charlotte Julia, 108 ; William, 39. 
Gore, Anne, 42, 92 ; John, 42, 92 ; see also Vernon- 

Gore. 
Gough, Rev. Howard England Tunnicliffe, 71 ; Julia 

Katherine, 71; Julia Mead, 71; Katherine, 8; 

Lily, 8 ; Lord, 58 ; William Starr, 8. 
Gould, Veni'''= Archdeacon, 39. 
Goulton-Constable, Charles, 103 ; James, 103 ; Rev. 

James Powell, 102 ; Lewis Robert, 103 ; Mary, 103. 
Govett, Martha Clementina, 96 ; Rev. Robert, 96 ; 

Sarah, 96. 
Graham, Elizabeth, 25 ; George, 25 ; Sir Gerald, 

125; Margaret, 7; Mary Ann, 7; Peter, 7. 
Graham-Toler, Elizabeth, Countess of Nortiury, 42, 

93 ; Lady Georgina Isabella Eleanor, 42, 93, 97 ; 

Hector John, Earl of Norbury, 42, 93, 97. 
Grant, Charemile, 125; Charles, 125; Charles, Baron 

Glenelg, 125. 
Gray, Rev. Canon Charles, 68 ; Rev. Canon Robert 

Henry, 144; William, 150. 
Greaves, Edward Seymour, 100; Ellen, 100; Ellen 

Julia, 61 ; George Richard, 61 ; John Whitehead, 

100; Rosamund Angharad, 100. 



Green, Rev. William, 26; Rev. William Edward, 

25-27. 
Green-Cotton, J., 69; Rebekah Maria, 69. 
Greentree, Doveton Downes, 58. 
Greenwood, John, 22 ; Lucy, 22. 
Gregge-Hopwood, HonWe Cecilia, 156; Robert, 156; 

Mary Augusta, 156. 
Gregory, John Sherwin, 75 ; see also Pearson-Gregory. 
Greig, James, 8 ; Catherine Elizabeth, 8. 
Grellier, Ann, 44 ; John James, 44. 
Gresley, William Stukeley, 139. 
Greville, Elizabeth Mary, 73 ; George Macartney, 73 ; 

Lieut. -Colonel Henry Francis, 73. 
Grey, Charles, Earl Grey, 132 ; Lady Mary, 132 ; 

Hon'''<= Mary ElizabetJT, Countess Grey, 132. 
Griffin, Rev. Edward, 73. 
Griffith, Archdeacon Plenry Wager, 39; Rev. John, 

71- 
Groome, Rev. William, 54. 

Grossmith, Anna, 145; Maria, 145; William, 145. 
Grosvenor, Lady Elizabeth, 157; Rt. Hon''''^ Richard, 

Marquess of Westminster, 157. 
Grubb, Maria Elizabeth, 151. 
Gubbins, Edith Mabel, 80 ; John Russell, 80 ; 

Joseph, 80; Maria, 80. 
Guinand, Elizabeth, 13; John Henry, 13; Magdalene, 

13; Susanna Catherine, 13. 
Guise, Francis Edward, 67 ; Henrietta, 67 ; Mary 

Eliza Maud, 67 ; Rivett Francis, 67. 
Gurdon, Ada Elizabeth, 95 ; Alice Sophia, 96 ; Amy 

Harriott, 92 ; Amy Louisa, 95 ; Anne, 42, 92, 95 ; 

Anne Frederica, 97 ; Apsley Pulteney, 95 ; Rev. 

Basil Pulteney, 96 ; Hon''''* Bertram Francis, 93 ; 

Bertram Robert, 93 ; Bertrand Evelyn Mellish, 96 ; 

Blanche Judith, 43, 97 ; Brampton, 42, 92, 97 ; 

Catherine Margaret Temple, 97 ; Charles, 97 ; 

Charles William, 95 ; Charlotte, 94 ; Edith 

Annie, 97 ; Rev. Edward, 43, 97 ; Edward 

Temple, 97 ; Edward Temple Leigh, 97 ; Emily 

Frances, Baroness Cranworth, 93 ; Emily Laura, 

95 ; Lady Eveline Camilla, 95 ; Evelyn Alice, 

96 ; Major-General Evelyn Pulteney, 94 ; Fanny, 
95 ; Florence, 97 ; Rev. Francis, 43, 97 ; Gladys 
Mary, 97 ; Grenville Pulteney, 96 ; Harriott 
Ellen, 93 ; Henrietta Laura, 95 ; Henrietta Laura 
Pulteney, 43, 94 ; Henrietta Susannah, 92 ; 
Isabella Katherine, 95 ; John, 42, 93 ; Mary, 42, 
92, 97 ; Mary Catherine Jane, 97 ; Mary Evelyn, 
95 ; Mary Jane, 94 ; Mary Wilhelmina Frederica, 

97 ; Hon''''^ Muriel Charlotte, 93 ; Norman Philip, 
95 ; Rev. Philip, 43, 94; Philip Richard Thornhagh, 
95; Robert Thornhagh, 92, 94, 96; Colonel Robert 
Thornhagh, Baron Cranworth, 93; Lieut. -Colonel 
Theophilus Thornhagh, 42, 92 ; Captain Thornhagh 
Philip, R.N., 96; William, 42, 92, 94, 96; Sir 
William Brampton, 95, 96. 

Gurdon- Rebow, Blanche Judith, 43 ; Georgina 
Elizabeth Anne, 43 ; Lady Georgina Isabella 
Eleanor, 42, 93, 97 ; Hector John, 42, 43, 93, 97 ; 
John, 42, 92, 93, 97 ; Martin, 43 ; Mary Louisa, 
43 ; Mary Martin, 42, 93 ; Winifred, 43. 



H 



Haines, Rev. N., 81. 

Hale, Bernard, 4. 

Halford, Eleanor, 2 ; James, 2. 

HaUfax, Rt. Honi^'" Sir Charles, Bart., Viscount, 132, 

134 ; Charles Lindley, Viscount, 132 ; Lady Mary, 

Viscountess, 132. 
Hall, Constance Jane, 152; Edward, 10; Rev. 

Henry, 139; Isaac, 152; Mary Jane, 10; Mary 

Sophia, 152; Montagu Heath, 151; Sarah, 10. 
Hallward, Evelyn Alice, 96 ; Rev. John Leslie, 96 ; 

Martha Clementina, 96; Norman Leslie, 96. 
Halsey, Georgiana Theodosia, 127 ; Rev. John 

Fitzmore, 127. 



179 



Hamilton, Caroline Isabella, i6o; Rev. Charles 
James, 88 ; Elizabeth Anna, 2 ; Harriet, 29 ; 
Harriet Faulconer, 29 ; General Henry, 160 ; 
Henry Rose, 2 ; Isabella, 160 ; John, 2 ; Rev. 
John, 2 ; Mary Susannah Anne, 2 ; Captain 
William Price, R.N., 29. 
Hampson, Rev. Edward James, 36. 
Handcock, Anne, Baroness Castlemaine, 60 ; Hon''''^ 
Charles, 60; Ellen Georgina, 60; Lieut. -Colonel 
Hon'''= Henry Robert, 60 ; Richard, Baron 
Castlemaine, 60. 
Hankinson, Rev. Philip, 8. 

Hansard, Rev. Septimus Cox Holmes, ICX3. 

Harbord, Rev. Harry, 52. 

Harding, Henry, 99 ; Jessy, 99 ; Rev. John, 26 ; Rt. 
Rev. John, Bishop of Bombay, 26 ; Rev. William, 26. 

Harford, Adeline, II; Dr. Charles Forbes, 11. 

Harford-Battersby, Adehne, 1 1 ; Dr. Charles Forbes, 
1 1 ; Rev. John, 1 1 ; Mary, 1 1 ; Rev. Canon Thomas 
Dundas, 11. 

Hargreaves, Eleanor Mary, 108; Colonel John, 108. 

Harington, Amelia Martha, 123 ; Arthur Montgomery, 
122 ; Colonel Arthur Montgomery, 125 ; Arthur 
William Donelly, 124; Charles Anderson, 123; 
Charles Herbert, 124; Rev. Charles Sumner, 122; 
Charlotte Cecilia, 124; Edward Henry, 125; 
Ellen Amelia, 123 ; Emily Charlotte Amelia, 123 ; 
Emily Octavia, 67, 123 ; Ethel Clarice Biernacki, 
124; Lieut. -Colonel Frederick Donelly, 124; 
Grace Ellen, 124; Hastings Hawes, 125; Helen 
Vera Biernacki, 124; Henry Ball, 123; Henry 
Baring, 122; Sir Henry Byng, 122; Henry Hawes, 
122; Herbert Andrzej Biernacki, 124; Herbert 
Septimus, 124; Rev. Prebendary John, D.D., 122; 
Louisa Ann, 122; Louisa Georgina, 122; Margaret 
Mary, 123; Martha 122; Mary Ann, 125; Marj' 
Charlotte, 124; Octavia Georgiana (Eva), 67, 125 ; 
Rachel, 122 ; Robert NichoUs, 123 ; Sarah Ann 
Russell, 122; Thomas Alexander NichoUs, 123; 
Thomas Biernacki, 1 24 ; Lieut. -Colonel Thomas 
Lowth, 67, 123 ; Wanda, 124 ; Wanda Grace 
Biernacki, 124; William Burnie, 124. 

Harkness, Helen Burke Browne, 162 ; Ruth Helen, 
162; Thomas Barwise, 162. 

Harley, Rev. Canon, 160; Sophia Cecilia, 117. 

Harris, Charles Pestell, 114; Edith, 52; Edmund, 
102; Dr. Francis, 52; Harriet Selena, 114; Judith 
Elizabeth, loi; Marianne, 52; Thomas, loi." 

Harter, James Francis Hatfield, 151. 

Harwood, Charlotte, 4; Dr. James, 4 ; Dr. William, 4. 

Hastie, Charles Nairn, i. 

Hathaway, Rev. Edward Penrose, 49. 

Havelock, General, 122. 

Hawes, Rev. Henry, 122; Louisa Ann, 122, 123; 
Rachel, 122 ; William, 122 ; Colonel William 
Harington, 122. 

Hawkesley, Elizabeth, 149; Thomas, 149. 

Hawkins, Major-General Alexander Csesar, 60 ; 
Charlotte, 60 ; Janet Lucy, 60 ; Sir John Ctesar, 
Bart. , 60 ; Rev. Canon Sir John Csesar, Bart. , 26 ; 
William Bailey Hawkins, 85 ; see also Bailey- 
Hawkins. 

Hawtrey, Charles Henry, 141 ; Rev. John William, 
141 ; Madeline Harriett, 141. 

Hayden, Rev. Frederick William, 162. 

Haygarth, Rev. Canon Henry William, 9. 

Haynes, Charles Edward, 59 ; Elizabeth Maud, 59 ; 
Mary Ann, 59 ; William, 59. 

Heath, Mary Sophia, 152; Thomas, 152. 

Heathcote, Rev. Canon, 93 ; Elizabeth Bridget, 93 ; 
Emily Frances, 93 ; Rev. Robert Boothby, 93. 

Heathfield, Francis Augustus, Baron, 2 ; Major- 
General George Augustus, Baron, I. 

Hely-Hutchinson, Lady Catherine Henrietta, 60 ; 
Francis, 60 ; John, Earl of Donoughmore, 60. 

Heman, Joseph, 55 ; Martha, 55. 

Henderson, Beatrix Joanna, 36 ; Catherine, 36 ; 
George, 36; James, 36. 



Heneage, see Walker-Heneage. 
Henley, Rev. Arthur Gladstone, 68. 
Henry, Thomas Allan, 75' 

Herbert, Lady Eveline Alicia ■ Juliana, 95 ; Lady 
Frances, 21 ; Henry, Earl of Carnarvon, 21 ; 
Henry John George, Earl of Carnarvon, 95. 
Hereford, Emma Jemima, Viscountess, 143 ; Frances 
Elizabeth, Viscountess, 143 ; Henry Fleming Lea, 
Viscount, 143; Rt. Rev. James Atlay, D.D., 
Bishop of, 99 ; Rt. Hon''''= Robert, Viscount, 143 ; 
Rev. Canon Robert, Viscount, 143. 
Hervey, Isabella Mary, 92 ; Lionel Charles, 92. 
Heywood, Elizabeth, no; John Pemberton, 156. 
Hichens, Elizabeth, 10 ; Margaret Jane, 10 ; Robert 

Snaith, 10. ' 

Hicks, Rev. Thomas Nash, 150. 
Hildreth, Elizabeth, 7; John, 7. 

Hill, Amelia Anna Maria, 151 ; Rev. Edward, 151 ; 
Frances Mary, 151 ; Joseph James, 31 ; Thomas 
Henry, 151. 
Hoare, Anne, 112; Henry, 112. 
Hobbs, Frances Elizabeth, 12; Robert Eling, 12. 
Hobson, Edward, 149; Margaret, 149. 
Hockley, Anthony, 85 ; Elizabeth, 85 ; Joseph, 167. 
Hodge, Catherine, 98 ; Rev. Charles Francis Dalton, 
98 ; Rev. Edward Vere, 98 ; Elizabeth, 98 ; Rev. 
Henry Vere, 98, 99 ; Rev. John Davy, 98 ; Rev. 
Robert Vere, 98. 
Hodgson, Rev. Francis Henry, 34. 
Hoghton, see Bold-Hoghton. 
Holdsworth, Charles Joseph, 44 ; Richard, 139; Sybil 

Catherine, 139. 
Hole, Fanny, 104 ; Francis, 138 ; Gertrude, 104 ; 

Jane, 138 ; Rev. William Brassey, 104. 
Holland, Edward, 63 ; Eva Amy, 63 ; Frances 
Elizabeth, 12 ; Rev. Francis, 40 ; Rev. Canon 
Francis James, 38 ; Rev. Frederick Whitmore, 63 ; 
Henry, 12; Sophia, 63 ; Rear-Admiral Swinton 
Colthurst, 63. 
Holme, Elizabeth, 59; William, 59. 
Holmes, Elizabeth, 160; Elizabeth Durham, 164; 

George, 164; Margaret, 160; William, 160. 
Holt, Louisa, 33; Walter, 33. 
Hooke, Lieut. -Colonel George Philip, 73 ; Jane 

EUzabeth Matilda, 73. 
Hope-Edwardes, Emily, 143 ; Louisa Charlotte, 143 ; 

Thomas Henry, 143; William John, 143. 
Hopkinson, Charles, 2; Rev. Francis, 60. 
Hopper, Ven'"'*' Archdeacon Augustus Macdonald, 150. 
Hopton, Diana, 3 ; Diana Christian, 3 ; Lieut. - 
Colonel Edward, 3 ; Rev. Michael, 3 ; Rev. William 
Parsons, 3. 
Hopwood, see Gregge-Hopwood. 
Hornby, Rev. William, 109. 
Hornsby, Emily, 168 ; Emma Isabella, 168 ; George 

Harry, 168. 
Horsley, Rev. John, D.D., 35; Mary, 35. 
Hoskyns, Rev. Edward, 97 ; Florence, 97 ; Rev. 
Canon Sir John Leigh, Bart., 97; Phyllis Emma, 
97- 
Houghton, Lord, 92. 

Howard, Rev. Adderley Bernard, 119; Hon'"'! Lady 
Elizabeth, 20; Hont'i'= Elizabeth Jane, Countess of 
Suffolk and Berkshire, 20; Emily, 119; John, 119; 
Mary, 97; Samuel, 97; Susannah, 119; Rt. Hon'''" 
Thomas, Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire, 20. 
Howard-Vyse, Howard Henry, 156. 
Howley, Rt. Rev. William, Bishop of London, 34. 
Howman, see Little. 
Hubbard, Jane, 25 ; John, 25. 
Huet, Georgina Emma Ashton, 167 ; William Godfrey, 

167. 
Huggins, Jessy, 99 ; Peter Thomas, 99. 
Hughes, Sir Alfred, Bart., 128; Edith Agnes, 128; 

Maria, 1 28 ; Robert Heywood, 128. 
Hume, Emily Caroline, 144 ; Georgiana Vernon, 
144; Lieut. -Colonel Sir Gustavus, 144; Rev. 
William Wheler, 2S. 



Humfrey, Lfetitia Blanche, 73; Mrs., 164; Richard 

Buckby, 73. 
Hunter, Sarah Elizabeth, 25. 
Huntington, Mary, 162; William, 162. 
Hurst, Catherine, 66; Catherine Mary, 66; Rev. 

John, 66. 
Hutchinson, Anne Eliza, 115; Rev. Benjamin, 55; 

Major-General Charles Scrope, 115 ; Christiana, 

IIS; Jane, 114; Thomas, 114; see also Hely- 

Hutchinson. 
Hutchison, Alexander, 147 ; Clara Georgina, 61 ; 

Brigadier-General George, 61 ; Isabella, 147 ; 

Hon'^''^ Joseph, 61 ; Mary, 61. 
Hutton, Ahce Sophia, 96; Charles Eustace, 43; 

Clarissa, 96 ; Dorothy, 43 ; Eustacie Emma 

Milhcent, 43 ; Colonel George Morland, 43 ; 

Henry, 96; Rev. Henry, 96; Winifred, 43. 
Hyde, Anne, 60 ; Edward, 1st Earl of Clarendon, 

60; Henry, 60. 
Hylton, Rt. HonWe Sir William George Hylton, 

Bart., Baron, 156. 



Ince, Lucy Ann, 2 ; Mary, 2 ; Townsend, 2 ; Lieut. - 

Colonel Townsend, 2. 
Ingle, Dorothy, 43 ; John, 43. 
Ingram, Hon'''" Emily Charlotte,' 133 ; Georgiana, 

133; Hugo Charles Meynell, 133; Hugo Francis 

Meynell, 133. 
Inkson, Harriett, 165. 
Innes, see Mitchell-Innes. 
Irons, Rev. William Josiah, 34, 35. 
Isaac, Elias, 63; Sophia, 63. 



J 

Jackson, Frances, 33; John, 33; Maria Louisa, 166. 

James, Robert, 30, 31. 

James II., King of England, 60. 

Jeans, Rev. George Edward, 108. 

Jenkins, Abel, 167, 170; Sarah Anne, 170. 

Jenkinson, Rev. John Simon, 85. 

Jennings, Ven*''= Archdeacon, 134; Harriet, 113; 

Honoria, 113; Thomas, 113. 
Jerram, James, 81 ; Mary, 81. 
John, Don, of Portugal, 62. 
Johnston, Caroline, 110; Edward, 108, 110; Francis 

John, 110; Harriet Matilda, loS; Rev. John, 45. 
Johnstone, Charles, 75 ; Edward, 73 ; Isabella 

Clementina, 75. 
Joliffe, HonMii Cecil Emily, 156; Eleanor, 156; Rt. 

Hon"" Sir William George Hylton, Bart., Baron 

Hylton, 156. 
Jones, Anne, 65, 104; Elizabeth, no; Elizabeth 

Anne, 142; Georgina, no; Hugh, no, 142; Rev. 

Hugh Beaumont, 104; Hugh Longueville, no; 

Mary Martha, 104; Rev. William, 104. 
Jordan, Charlotte Penelope, 61 ; Rev. Gibbes, 61 ; 

Rev. Gibbes Walker, 61 ; Henry, 61 ; Major- 
General Joseph, 61 ; Lutley, 61 ; Maria Lucinda, 

6l ; William, 72. 

K 

Keeling, Charlotte Campbell, 9 ; George William, 9; 
Joseph, 9 ; May Vivian, 9. 

Kelly, Colonel, 149. 

Kemp, Alexander Davidson, 124. 

Kennaway, Rev. Warwick Bamfylde, 3. 

Kennedy, Charlotte, nj; James Birch, 115. 

Kennet, Rev. Brackley, D.D. , 3, 4; Sarah Anne, 3, 4. 

Keppel, Rev. Derek Harold EUice, 151. 

Kerr, see Scott-Kerr. 

Key, Alexander, 75 > Emily Frances Mary, 74 ; 
Lieut. -General George William, 74, 75; Isabella 
Clementina, 75 ; Jane Frances Matilda, 74, 75. 



Killen, Jane, 30; John, 30. 

Kimberley, John, Earl of, 95. 

King, Charles Strong, 116; Rt. Rev. Edward, D.D., 

Bishop of Lincoln, 29 ; Fanny, 86; Harriet, ns ; 

John, 86; Robert Belsham, 115. 
Kingcome, Admiral Sir John, 62 ; Louisa, 62 ; Louisa 

Teresa, 62. 
ICingsbury, Elizabeth, 42, 93 ; Thomas, 42, 93. 
Kingston, Elizabeth, 46. 
Kinnaird, Arthur Fitz Gerald, Baron, 22. 
Kneller, Alice Sophia, 96 ; Colonel Godfrey Thomas 

Charles, 96 : John Lauriston, 96. 
Knight, Catherine, 28 ; Jane Isabella, 28 ; Rev. 

Prebendary John, 28 ; Rev. John George Bury, 28. 



Lake, Mary, 82 ; Thomas, 82. 

Lamb, David, 148; Jane Ann, 148. 

Lambert, Charles, 36; Harriett, 36. 

Landon, Agnes, 64; Charles Richard, 64. 

Lane, Rev. Edward Aldous, 162. 

Langston, James Haughton, 21. 

Langton, Anne, 109 ; Charles, 109 ; Joseph, 108, 
109 ; Margaret, 108 ; Mary, 106, 108, 109 ; 
William, 105, 108- no. 

Lascelles, Hon^e and Rev. James Walter, 93. 

Lawless, Hon'''^ Charlotte Louisa, 22 ; Nicholas, 
Baron Cloticurry, 22. 

Lawley, Sir Beilby Richard, Bart., Baron Wenlock, 
157; Hon^'''' Caroline Elizabeth, 157; Lady 
Elizabeth, Baroness Wenlock, 157; Hon'>'^ and 
Rev. Stephen, 157. 

Lawrence, Charles, no; George Hall, no; Jane, 
no; Rose, no; William Frederic, no. 

Lawton, Elizabeth, 80 ; Emily Anne, 80 ; John, 80. 

Laxton, Sarah, 9 ; Sarah Harrington, 9 ; Thomas, 9. 

Laycock, Rev. James Marshall, 52. 

Lea, Rev. William, 5. 

Leach, Rev. Robert Burton, 87. 

Leake, Elizabeth, 73; John, 73. 

Leask, Catherine Elizabeth, 8; George, 8; Katherine 
Elizabeth, 8. 

Le Bailly, Josue, 106; Maria, 106. 

Leech, James, 14; Jane, 14. 

Leeson, Anna Maria, 12; Robert, 12. 

Legard, Digby, 151 ; Digby Charles, 151 ; Rev. 
Digby Charles, 103, 151 ; Frances, 151 ; Rev. 
Francis Digby, 103 ; Henrietta Isabella, 103, 151 ; 
Mary, 103. 

Legge, Rev. Augustus, 22 ; see also Bilson-Legge. 

Legh, Ann, 78 ; Arthur Masterton Robertson 
(formerly Renny), 70, 79; Caroline Mary Florence, 
70, 79 ; Charles Henry Frederick Americus, 80 ; 
Charles Richard Banastre, 69, 79 ; Cynthia 
Combermere, 79 ; Edith Mabel, 80 ; Emily Anne, 
80; Florence Hester Lavinia, 69, 79; John Russell, 
80 ; Louisa, 78 ; Marcella Louisa, 78 ; Mary Anne, 
78 ; Mary Jane Annabella, 69, 79 ; Richard (formerly 
Crosse), 78 ; Thomas, 78 ; Thomas Henry Townley, 
80 ; Honi^'s Thomas Wodehouse, 156 ; see also 
Gubbins. 

Ixicester, Rev. Robert, 109, no. 

Leigh, Amelia, 152. 

Leighton, Lieut. -Colonel Francis Knyvett, 143; 
Louisa Charlotte, 143. 

Leith, General Disney, 108 ; Edith, 108 ; Mary 
Charlotte Julia, 108. 

Lenton, Mary, 60. 

Lewis, Adelaide Owen, 71; Anne, 71; Christine, 
n7; Eliza Bird, n7; Evan, 71 ; Very Rev. Evan, 
Dean of Bangor, 71; Frederick Christian, 117; 
Rev. Gerard, 6. 

Lickfold, Charlotte Chalcraft, 46 ; George, 46 ; 
Lydia, 46. 

Liddell, Honi>'= and Rev. Robert, 23, ni, 143. 

Liddon, Rev. Canon Henry Parry, D.D., 22. 



181 



Lidgater, Eleanor, i. 

Lincoln, Rt. Rev. Edward King, D. D. , Bibhop of, 29. 

Lindsay, Alexander William, Earl of Crawford and 
Balcarres, 135 ; Anne, 143 ; Hon''''= Hugh, 143 ; 
Lieut. -General James, 135; General the Hon'''"= 
Sir James, 1 11; Margaret, 135; Margaret, Countess 
of Crawford and Balcarres, 135; Lady Mary Susan 
Felicie, 135. 

Lister, Hon'^'" Adelaide, 51 ; Hon^'e Isabel Mary, 34; 
Thomas, Baron Ribblesdale, 34, 51. 

Little (formerly Howman), Rev. George Ernest, 43. 

Llewhellin, Anne Elizabeth, 152; George William, 
152; Letitia Anne, 152. 

Lloyd, Anne, 98 ; Annie Gertrude, 99 ; Catherine, 
98 ; David Rhys Cadwgan, 99 ; Edward, 98 ; 
Dr. Edward, 100 ; Edward Cadwgan, 99 ; Rev. 
Francis Llewelyn, 98-100; Guy Ynvr Llewelyn, 
99 ; Henry Blick, 100 ; Henry Meyric, 99 ; 
Irene Clare Angharad, 99 ; Jessy, 99 ; Rev. John, 
98; Llewelyn, 99 ; Martha, 98; Matilda Susannah, 
100 ; Phillis Gwenllian Angharad, 99 ; Robert 
Walter, 99 ; Rev. Robert Watkin, 98 ; Rosamond 
Angharad, 100 ; Rosamund Angharad Kathleen, 
99 ; Ruby Angharad Gertrude, 99 ; Sibyl Helen 
Angharad, 99. 

Loch, Ann, 73 ; Elizabeth Mary, 73 ; George, 73 ; 
Henry Brougham, 73 ; James, 73 ; Mary, 73 ; 
William Adam, 73. 

London, Rt. Rev. William Howley, Bishop of, 34. 

Longworth, see Dames-Longworth. 

Looker, Mary Ann, 46 ; Susanna, 46 ; -William, 46. 

Loring, Rev. Henry Nele, 99. 

Loughborough, Albert Edmund, 122; Thomas, 122. 

Louis I., King of Portugal, H. M., 156. 

Lovell, Frances, 57 ; Robert, 57. 

Lowry-Corry, Armar, Earl of Belmore, 136 ; Hon'''" 
Blanche Edith, 136; Emily Louise, 136; Colonel 
Hon'''"' Henry William, 136. 

Lowther, Augusta Mary, 40 ; Hon'''" Henry Cecil, 40. 

Loxley, Catherine, 81 ; John, 81. 

Lumley, Lady Ida Frances Annabella, 157 ; Richard 
George, Earl of Scarborough, 157. 

Luson, Charles, 26 ; Hewling, 26 ; John, 26 ; Mary, 26. 

Lynedoch, Lord, 58. 

Lyveden, Emma Mary, Baroness, 39 ; Robert, 
Baron, 39. 

M 

Macdonald, John, 125 ; John Matheson, 126 ; Mary, 

125. 
Mackenzie, Jessie Catherine, 86. 
Mackey, Dr. Edward, 14; Edward Walter, 14; Jane, 

14; Very Rev. Peter, 14. 
Mackintosh, Lachlan, 34; Martha Ann, 34. 
Macnaught, Ada Elizabeth, 95. 
Macnee, Sir David, 145. 
Madden, Clarissa, 96. 

Madras, Rt. Rev. Daniel Corrie, Bishop of, 122. 
Magens, Magens Dorrien, i. 
Magniac, Charles, 140. 
Maistre, Rev. Arthur, no. 
Majendie, Anne, 69; Rt. Rev. Henry William, D.D., 

Bishop of Chester (afterwards of Bangor), 69 ; Mary 

Ann, 69. 
Maltby, Charles Alfred, 84 ; Gilbert, 84 ; Mary Ann 

Isabella, 84. 
Manchester, Rt. Rev. James Eraser, D.D., Bishop 

of, 50. 
Mann, Elizabeth, 55; John, 55. 
Mansfield, Isabella, 23 ; John, 23 ; Hon'''" John 

William, 23 ; Sir William Rose, Baron Sandhurst, 

23- 
Maple, Annie, 55 ; Clara, 55 ; Dorothy Blundell, 55 ; 
Emily, 54, 55 ; Emily Harriet, 54 ; Grace Emily 
Blundell, 55 ; Hannah, 54 ! Harry, 55 ; John, 54 ; 
Sir John Blundell, Bart., 54, 55 ; Maria Ellen, 54 ; 
William, 54; Winifred Mary Blundell, 55. 



Marlborough, Duke of, 60, 

March- Phillipps, Alfred Lisle, 125 ; Charemile, 125 ; 

Mary Ann, 125 ; Rt. Hon'''" Samuel, 125. 
Marriott, Anne, loi, 104; Caroline, loi ; Charles, 
102 ; Charles Henry, 102 ; Elizabeth, loi ; 
Elizabeth Stow, 103 ; Esther Lucy, 103 ; Ethel 
Gertrude, 104 ; Evelyn Mary, 102 ; Frances 
Alice, 104 ; Frances Marion, 102 ; Frederick 
Ernest, 103 ; Frederick George, 103 ; Rev. George 
Strickland, 102, 104; Gertrude, 104; Henry Peter, 
104 ; Hugh Digby, 104 ; James, 103 ; James 
Edward, 103 ; Rev. James Powell, loi, 102; John 
Marmaduke, 104 ; Judith Elizabeth, loi, 102 ; 
Lucy Caroline, 104 ; Lucy Henrietta, 102 ; Mary 
Emily, 102 ; Mary Esther, 104 ; Michael George, 
104 ; Owen Victor, 104 ; Patrick Edward, 104 ; 
Robert, loi, 102 ; JS.ev. Robert, loi ; Rev. 
Robert, LL.D., loi ; Robin George, 104; Rowland 
Arthur, 104; Susanna, 103; Violet Ann, 102. 

Marshall, Colonel Sir Arthur Wellington, 37 ; Betsy 
Witton, 68 ; Constance, 37 ; Frances Harriette 
Marian, 66 ; George, 68 ; Gertrude Mary Witton, 
68 ; Helen Annie, 37 ; James, 37 ; Marian 
Elizabeth, 66; Samuel, 66. 

Martin, William Langdon, 62. 

Mason, Mary Jane, 46 ; Richard, 46. 

Massey, Hon'''" Adolphus Henry Tuthill, 9 ; EUse 
Marguerite, 140; Madeline Elizabeth, 140; Richard 
Mansel Oliver, 140. 

Master, Rev. Robert Moseley, 143. 

Mather, Rev. Canon Frederic Vaughan, 65. 

Mathew, see Buckley-Mathew. 

Matthey, A., 45; Frances, 45; John James, 45, 

Maunsell, Grace Elizabeth, 87 ; Robert Hedges, 87. 

Maxwell, Margaret, 58; Dr. Thomas, 58. 

Mayhew, John, 169; Mary, 169. 

Mayne, Georgina, 94 ; Georgina Marianne, 94 ; 
Sir Richard, 94. 

McCausland, Edward Munk, 30 ; Jane, 30 ; John 
Killen, 30; Samuel, 30; Sarah Maria, 30. 

McGeachy, Amelia Anna Maria, 151. 

McKellar, Daniel, 47; Janet, 47. 

Mee, John, 66 ; Marian Elizabeth, 66. 

Mellish, Anne, 42, 92; William, 42, 92. 

Melly, George Henry, 142. 

Melville, Alexander Leslie, 161 ; see also Whyte- 
Melville. 

Mercy, Caroline Davis, 15 ; Charles, 14, IJ ; Emily 
Ann, 14; Mary, 14, 15. 

Merry weather, Emily Harriet, 54; Moses, 54; Sarah, 
54- 

Merveilleux, see De Merveilleux. 

Mettam, Frances Elizabeth Ashby, 74; Rev. George, 

74, 75- 
Mew, Anna, 145; Robert, 145. 
Meyrick, Clara, i ; Owen Rutland, I ; see also Fuller- 

Meyrick. 
Michel, General Sir John, in. 
Mickle, George, 47 ; Mary Emma, 47. 
Middleton, Charles, 7 ; Mary, 7. 
Miers, Annie, 16 ; Catherine Emily, 16 ; Francis 

Charles, 16; John, 16; Susan Mary, 16. 
Mildmay, Alice Catherine, 159 ; Rev. Arundell St. 

John, 159; Humphrey St. John, 159; Marianne 

Frances, 159. 
Miles, Catherine, 93 ; Harriott Ellen, 93 ; Sir 

William, Bart., 93. 
Millard, Rev. James, 46. 

Mills, Rev. Barrington, 126; Rev. Josias Grant, 10. 
Milman, Colonel, 66. 
Milnes, EHzabeth, 161; Robert, 161. 
Mitchell, Anna Maria, 57; John, 57; Rebecca, 57. 
Mitchell- Innes, Alexander, 36 ; Fanny Augusta, 36 ; 

Gilbert Plantagenet, 36 ; Margaret Lucy, 36; Rev. 

Canon Reginald John Simpson, 36. 
Moggridge, Arthur Yerbery, 60 ; Caroline, 60 ; 

Edward, 60; Margaret Jessie, 60. 
MoUoy, see Mulock. 



Molyneux, Hon^'^ Alice Catherine, 159; Hon'^'" 
Anna Mary Vivienne, 159 ; Hon'"'" Caroline 
Elizabeth, 157; Lieut. -Colonel Honi^'<^ Caryl 
Craven, 157; Caryl Richard, 157; Hon'''" Cecil 
Emily, Countess of Sefton, 156 ; Hon*"'" Cecil 
Richard, 157 ; Lady Cecilia Maria Charlotte, 
158; Sir Charles William, Bart., Earl of Sefton, 
156; Sir Charles William Hylton, Bart., Earl 
of Sefton, 156; Ella, 114; Francis Henry, 157; 
Lady Gertrude Eleanor, 157; Lady Helena 
Mary, 157 ; Captain Hon*"'" Henry Hervey, 
R.N., 159; Hugh William Osbert, Viscount 
Molyneux, 157; John, 114; Hon''''' Maria 
Margaretta, Countess of Sefton, 1 56 ; Marianne, 
114; Mary Augusta, Countess of Sefton, 156; 
Sir Osbert Cecil, Bart., Earl of Sefton, 156, 
157 ; Hon''''' Richard Frederick, 156, 157 ; 
Roger Anthony, 1 59 ; Hon''''' Roger Gordon, 
159; Lady Rose Mary, 157; Sir William Philip, 
Bart., Earl of Sefton, 156. 
Montagu, James, 134 ; Laura Adeline, 134 ; Richard 

Fountayne Wilson, 134; Sophia, 134. 
Monteath, Alexander McLaurin, 40. 
Montgomerie, Lady Adela Caroline Harriet, Countess 
of Eglinton and Winton, 37 ; Archibald, Earl of 
Eglinton and Winton, 37 ; Major-General 
Archibald, Baron Montgomerie, 37 ; Colonel the 
Rt. Hon'''« Archibald William, Earl of Eglinton 
and Winton, 37 ; Lady Mary, Baroness Mont- 
gomerie, 37 ; Theresa, Countess of Eglinton and 
Winton, 37. 
Montgomery, Helen Violet, 39 ; Colonel James 

Alexander Lawrence, 39 ; Jessie Alice, 39. 
Moor, Rev. James Howe Christopher, 77 ; Mary 

Charlotte, 77. 
Moore, Rev. P. W., 54. 
Moorhouse, Jane, 137; William, 137. 
Moreton, Hon*"'^ Percy, 21 ; see also Ducie, Earl of. 
Morgan, Rev. David, 147; Sarah, 145. 
Morley, James, 46; Lydia, 46. 
Morrall, Adelaide Owen, 71 ; Rev. Cyrus, 71 ; Emily 

Jane, 71. 
Morritt, Charlotte Ann Margaret, 21 ; Henry Edward, 

21. 
Mort, Adam, 105; Mary, 105. 
Morton, Charles Henry, 134. 
Mosley, Caroline, 50; Sir Oswald, Bart., 50. 
Moss, see Edwards-Moss. 
Mount-Edgcumbe, Earl of, 158. 

Muir, Alice Mary, 35 ; Colonel Charles Wemyss, 35 ; 
Elizabeth Huntly, 35 ; James, 94 ; Sir William, 
35. 
Mulock (formerly MoUoy), Frances Sophia, 37 ; 

Mary, 37 ; Thomas Homan, 37. 
Mumford, Louisa, 164; Steven, 164. 
Munk, Edward, 30-32, 82 ; Elizabeth, 30 ; Elizabeth 
Ellen, 30, 82; Fanny Gertrude, 31; Harry, 31; 
Henry, 30-32 ; Henry Wadsworth, 31 ; James, 32; 
James Edward, 30; Lydia, 30; Lydia Annie, 31 ; 
Mary Ann, 32 ; Sarah, 31, 32, 82 ; Sarah Mari^, 

30. 

Munro, Sir Campbell, Bart., 133; Henrietta, 133; 

Mabel Ida, 133. 
Murray, Adam, 7 ; Mattie, 7. 
Musgrave, Augusta Sophia, 140; Rev. Sir Charles 

John, 140. 
Myhere, Rajah of, 94. 



N 

Nalder, Charlotte Rose, 170; Frank Isaac, 170; 

John, 170. 
Naper, James, 20 ; see also Dutton. 
Napier, Sir Charles, 149. 
Navarre, M., 57. 
Neave, Rev. Henry Lyttelton, 3, 4. 



Neilson, William Fitzroy, 98. 

Nelson, Lord, 57, 162. 

Nepean, Rev. Evan, 140. 

Newcomen, Hon''''^ Catherine, 37 ; Charles, 37 ; 

Charles Edward, 37 ; Theresa, 37 ; Thomas, 

Viscount, 37. 
Newnham, George Lewis, 78 ; Louisa, 78 ; Mary 

Diana, 78. 
Newton, Betsy Witton, 68 ; William, 68. 
NichoU, Rev. Charles Southey, 8. 
NichoUs, Martha, 122; Robert, 122. 
Nickels, Emmeline, 146 ; Emmeline Rebecca, 146 ; 

John Thomas, 146. 
Nixon, Colonel Arthur James, 128 ; Cceline, 128 ; 

Emily Winifreda, 128. 
Noaks, Elizabeth, I. 

Noble, Frances Tenison, 38 ; WilUam, 38. 
Noel, Lady Augusta Mary, 40; Frances Mary, 

40 ; Rt. Hon'''" Gerard James, 40 ; Henry Cecil, 

40. 
Nollendorf, Von, Count Kleist, 55 ; Theckla, 55. 
Norbury, Elizabeth, Countess of, 42, 93 ; Hector 

John, Earl of, 42, 93. 
Norris, Charlotte, 95 ; John, 95. 
North, Frederica, Baroness North, 40 ; George 

Augustus, Baron North and Earl of Guilford, 40 ; 

Rev. James, 108 ; Colonel the Rt. Hon''''^ John 

Sidney {formerly Doyle), 40 ; Susan, Baroness 

North, 40 ; William Plenry John, Baron North, 

40. 
Northampton, Marquis of, 158. 
Northbrook, Lord, iii. 
Norwich, Hon'''« and Rt. Rev. John Thomas Pelham, 

Bishop of, I02 ; Rt. Rev. Edward Stanley, Bishop 

of, 23. 
Nunn, Rev. Samuel, 80. 



O 

O'Connell, Daniel, 117. 

Odgers, Rev. J. E., 82. 

O'Dowd, James Cornelius, 107. 

Oldham, Elizabeth, 109; Mary, 149; Samuel, 149. 

Oldrini, Rev. John Thomas, 84. 

Oliver, William Henry, 86. 

OUiver, Ann Eliza, 87 ; Fanny, 86 ; Francis Gervase, 
86; George, 86; Mary Elizabeth, 86; William, 
87. 

O'Neill, Rev. Lord, 34. 

O'Reilly, Anthony, 7 ; Olivia Blanche, 7. 

Orme, Agnes, 87, 88; Agnes Ceciha, 86; Alice 
Mary, 88; Amy Margaret, 86; Anne Mary, 87; 
Beatrice, 87 ; Charley Merton, 88 ; Eliza Ann, 85 ; 
Elizabeth, 85; Elizabeth Ann, 85; Elizabeth 
Henrietta, 88 ; Emma, 85 ; Emma Louisa, 85 ; 
Ethel Deerbrook, 86; Evelyn Hester, 87; Florence 
Annette, 86; George, 85, 86; George Lawrence, 
87 ; Harriet, 85 ; Henrietta, 85 ; Henry Merton, 
85, 88 ; Rev. James Bond, 76, 85-88 ; Jane Wilson, 
85 ; Kathleen, 87 ; Mabel Agnes, 88 ; Margaret, 
87 ; Margaret Hester Deerbrook, 86 ; Maria, 85 ; 
Marion, 87 ; Mary Elizabeth, 86 ; Mary Harper, 
85 ; Peter William Merton, 88 ; William, 85, 86 ; 
William George Boyce, 87. 

Ormsby, Sir Charles Montague, Bart., 42, 93 ; 
Elizabeth, 42, 93 ; Sir James, Bart., 42, 93 ; Mary 
Martin, 42, 93; Sir Thomas, Bart., 42, 93. 

Orr, Ann, 73 ; Patrick, 73. 

Osbaldeston, George, 134! Sophia, 134. 

Osborn, Rev. Montagu Francis Finch, 73. 

Osman, Ada Emily, 48 ; John Jonas, 48. 

Owen, Rev. Arthur Welsh, 95 ; Rev. Charles 

Mansfield, 16; Margaret, 3; Rev. Thomas, 3. 
Oxford, Hon'''" and Rt. Rev. Richard Bagot, Bishop 

of, 158. 
Oxley, Rev. William Henry, 151. 



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Paget, Rev. Cecil George, 127; Eleanor, 156; 
Georgiana Theodosia, 127; Innes Elizabeth, 127; 
Colonel Leopold Grimstone, 127 ; Hon'''^ Thomas 
Berkeley, 156; Sir William, Bart., 149. 

Pain, Ann, 44; James, 44. 

Palmer, Rev. Abraham Henry Herbert, 10 ; Edward 
Howley, 35 ; Elizabeth, 35 ; Jane Louisa, 35 ; John 
Carrington, 35 ; John Horsley, 35 ; Mary, 35 ; 
William, 35. 

Parke, Margaret, 160. 

Parker, Ann, 78; Constance Emily, 119; Eliza, 
Countess of Macclesfield, 21 ; Harry, 119; Hyde, 
119; Major-General John Boteler, 119; Lady 
LaviniaAgnes, 21 ; Thomas, Earl of Macclesfield, 21. 

Parnell, Rev. Frank, 87. 

Parr, George, 31. 

Parrott, Peter, 79. 

Parsons, Frances, 170. 

Pashley, Elizabeth, 31; George, 31. 

Pass, John, 32 ; Sarah, 32. 

Patterson, Fanny Gertrude, 31 ; William, 31 ; William 
Archibald, 31. 

Pattle, James, 52 ; Sophia, 52. 

Pa3me, Catherine Anne, 75 ; Eliza, 88 ; John, 88 ; 
Mabel Laura, 75; Sir Salusbury Gillies, Bart., 75. 

Peach, Rev. Charles Pierrepont (formerly Cleaver), 
102 ; Mary Emily, 102. 

Peacock, Albert Hector, 119; Alice Maud, 118; 
Arthur Warren Lumley, 119; Rt. Hon>>'= Sir 
Barnes, 117; Charles Fanning, 119; Christine, 
117; Constance Emily, 119; Cyril Francis, 119; 
Edith Marion, 118; Edward Bovill Buckland, 119; 
Eleanor Beatrice, 118; Elizabeth Mary, 117; 
Emily, 118, 119; Evelyn Mary, 119; Frank 
Denman, 119; Frederick, 117, 119; Frederick 
Barnes, 117, 119; Frederick Lyon, 119; Dame 
Georgina, 117; Gertrude Emily, 118; Gladys 
Dorothy, 119; Guy Eustace Barnes, 119; Helen 
Christine, 118; Henry Barnes, 118; Major-General 
Henry Phipson, 118; Herbert St. George, 118; 
Laura, 119; Lewis, 117, 119; Millicent Alice, 119; 
Sophia Elizabeth, 117; Trevor Winnington Ingram, 
119; Walter, 118; William Eustace, 119. 

Peake, Rev. George, 124; Rev. John, 71. 

Pearson, Ann, 9 ; Arthur Arnold, 77 ; Aylmer 
Cavendish, 77 ; Charles Henry Campbell, 77 ; 
Charles Hugh, 77 ; Rev. Charles James, 77 ; Edith 
Fanny Grant, 77 ; Edith Mary, 77 ; Edward 
Leake, 74; Elisabeth, 77; Elizabeth, 73; Elizabeth 
Mary, 73 ; Ellen Fanny, 76 ; Emily, 77 ; Emily 
Bryce, 77 ; Emily Charlotte Longden, 75 ; Emily 
Frances Mary, 74, 75 ; Emily Jane Augusta, 77 ; 
Frances Elizabeth, 74 ; Frances Jane, 74 ; Frances 
May, 76 ; Frank Stanley, 77 ; George, 77 ; George 
John Hooke, 73, 76 ; George Sherwin Hooke, 74 ; 
Henry Sim Ibbetson, 77 ; Hugh, 76 ; Hugh 
Frederick Archie, 76 ; Colonel Hugh Pearce, 76 ; 
Vice- Admiral Hugo Lewis, 74, 75 ; Hugo Thomas, 
75 ; Ida Florence, 77 ; Isobel Lucy, 76 ; Rev. 
James Edward, 77 ; Jane Augusta, 76 ; Jane 
Elizabeth Matilda, 73 ; Jane Frances, 73 ; Jane 
Frances Matilda, 74, 75 ; John, 9, 73, 74 ; John 
Arthur Stanhope Hooke, 77 ; John Lewis, 76 ; 
I^ewis, 75 ; Lsetitia Blanche, 73 ; Mary Ashby 
Mettam, 73 ; Mary Charlotte, 77 ; Mary Matilda, 
77 ; Millicent Mary, 74 ; Philip Ashby Mettam, 
74 ; Reginald William George, 76 ; Sarah, 9 ; 
Thomas, 73; General Thomas Hooke, 74; Thomas 
Sherwin, 74, 75. 
Pearson-Gregory, Mabel Laura, 75 ; Philip John 

Sherwin, 75; Thomas Sherwin, 75- 
Peat, Elizabeth Ann, 85 ; James, 85. 
Peckover, Rev. Edmund George, 54, 55. 
Pelham, Hon''''^ and Rt. Rev. George, Bishop of 
Exeter, 3 ; Hon'=''' and Rt. Rev. John Thomas, 
Bishop of Norwich, 102. 



Pemberton, Lieut.-Colonel Arthur Ralph, 34; Edward 

Gerald, 149 ; Edward Leigh, i ; Frances Mary 

Sophia, 34 ; Francis Charles James, 34 ; Henry 

Williams, 34; Mary Frances, 34. 

Pennefather, Rev. Canon Somerset, 5 ; Rev. William, 

II. 
Penrice, Catherine, 43 ; Rev. Charles Berners, 43 ; 

Rev. Charles John, 43 ; Mary Louisa, 43. 
Penrose, Catherine, 84 ; Emily Margaret, 84 ; 

William, 84. 
Pepys, Samuel, 33. 
Perkins, Alfred Thrale, 109 ; Emily, 109 ; Hugh, 

109, 110; Jane, 109. 
Peterborough, Hon''i= and Rt. Rev. Edward Carr 

Glyn, D. D. , Bishop of, 70. 
Petgrave, Ezekiel Charles, 65. 
Peyton, Sir John Strutt, 97 ; PhylHs Emma, 97. 
Philips, Sarah Louisa, 76. 
Phillipps, see March-Phillipps. 
Phillips, Ann, 16. 
Philpot, Rev. Joseph Charles, 12. 
Pickering, Rev. James Henry, 162. 
Pickstone, Elizabeth, 167 ; Joseph, 167 ; Susannah, 167. 
Pierce, Elizabeth, 45 ; Rev. Samuel Eyles, 45. 
Pigou, Frederick, 133; Georgiana, 133. 
Pile, Fanny Lake, 82 ; Francis, 82 ; Mary, 82. 
Pilkington, Catherine Dorothy, 39 ; Rev. Joseph 

Green, 27 ; Sir Michael, Bart. , 39. 
Pinder, Anne, 137; Elizabeth Maynard, 137; Rev. 

North, 137; William Maynard, 137. 
Pinkney, Sarah, 81. 
Pitcher, Charles, 47 ; Christina, 47 ; EUzabeth 

Margaret, 47. 
Place, Annie, 16; Francis, 16. 
Plumbe, Frances, 160; Samuel, 160. 
Plunkett, Hon''''= Anne Constance, Baroness Dunsany, 
22 ; Hon''''= Charlotte Louisa, 22 ; Admiral Edward, 
Baron Dunsany, 22 ; Colonel Edward Wadding, 
Baron Dunsany, 22 ; Hon'''"= Horace Curzon, 22, 
23 ; Randall Edward, Baron Dunsany, 22. 
Pollen, Anne, 33; Sir John, Bart., 33; John 
Hungerford, 33 ; Louisa, 33 ; Richard, 33 ; Sir 
Richard Hungerford, Bart., 33. 
Ponsonby, Hon*"'" Frederick, 107 ; Lady Louisa 
Susan Cornwallis, Countess of Bessborough, 126 ; 
Hon^i'^ Mary Elizabeth, 132 ; Lady Sarah Kathleen, 
126 ; Rev. Walter William Brabazon, Earl of 
Bessborough, 126 ; William Brabazon, Baron, 
132. 
Popham, Rev. John Leybome, 20; Mrs., 20. 
Porter, Frances, 49. 
Portsmouth, Lady Eveline Alicia Juliana, Countess 

of, 95 ; Isaac Newton, Earl of, 95. 
Powell, Anne, loi ; Caroline, loi ; Charles, loi ; 
David, lOl ; James, loi ; Thomas Baden, loi ; see 
also Baden-Powell. 
Powley, Rev. Matthew, 163. 
Powys, Ellen Elizabeth, 167 ; Jane, 167 ; Robert 

Horace, 167; Hon'''^ Robert Vernon, 167. 
Pre, see Du Pre. 
Price, George Winter, 37 ; Mary, 37 ; Rev. Robert 

Vaughan, 47. 
Priest, Amelia, i6. 

Probyn, Catherine, 66 ; Ven'''^ William, 66. 
Pulteney, Rev. Arthur Wykeham, 94 ; Elizabeth 
Evelyn, 94 ; Henrietta Laura, 43, 94 ; Henrietta 
Laura, Countess of Bath, 94 ; John, 93, 94. 



Quick, Rev. George Pring, 160. 

R 

Radford, Edward, 133 ; Eliza Diana, 133 ; Selena, 133. 

Ragg> Rev. Alban, 84. 

Ramsden, Rev. Charles, 38. 

Ravenscroft, Emma Jemima, 143 ; George, 143. 



Raymond, Agnes, 127; Rev. Oliver, 127. 

Read, John, 145. 

Rebotier, Catharine Susanna, 13 ; Charles, 13 ; 

Magdalene, 13. 
Rebow, Lieut. -General Francis (formerly Slater), 42, 
93 ; Isaac Martin, 42, 93 ; Mary Hester, 42, 93 ; 
Mary Martin (formerly Slater), 42, 93 ; see also 
Gurdon- Rebow. 
Redgate, Silvanus, 31. 
Reid, Claude Gordon, 118; Helen Christine, 118; 

Jane, 118; Lestock Robert, 118. 
Remington, Frederick, 47. 
Renaud, Charles, 80 ; Emily Anne, 80 ; Dr. Frank, 

80; Sarah, 80. 
Rennie, Anne Maria, 34; George, 36; George Banks, 

36 ; John, 34 ; Louisa Elizabeth, 36 ; Martha Ann, 

34 ; Richard Temple, 36 ; Sir Richard Temple, 36 ; 

William Hepburn, 36. 
Renny, Arthur Masterton Robertson (afterwards 

Legh), 70, 79; Caroline Mary Florence (afterwards 

Legh), 70, 79 ; Julia Isabella, 70, 79 ; William 

John, 70, 79. 
Ribblesdale, Thomas, Baron, 34, 51. 
Rice, Caroline Isabella, 160; Elizabeth, 160, 161; 

Emily Beatrice, 160; Emily Elizabeth, 161; 

Frances, 160 ; Helena Louisa, 161 ; Rev. Horatio 

Morgan, 160, 161 ; Colonel James George AUerton, 

124 ; John, 160 ; Rev. John Morgan, 160 ; Lucy 

Augusta, 160 ; Lucy Maria, l6l ; Mary Charlotte, 

123, 124; Rev. Morgan John, 160; Percy John, 

161. 
Richards, Ann, 28 ; Catherine, 84 ; Jane, 97 ; 

Richard, 84 ; Sir Richard, 97 ; Rev. Upton, 44 ; 

William, 28. 
Richardson, Amelia, 106 ; Ann, 164, 166 ; Anne 

Maria Robarts, 164, 165 ; Benjamin, 165 ; 

Benjamin Fox, 165 ; Caroline Leah, 166 ; 

Catherine, i65 ; Charlotte, 166 ; Clarissa, 164 ; 

Dudley George, 165 ; Elizabeth, 164 ; Elizabeth 

Durham, 164; Emily, 165; George, 164-166; 

Harriett, 165 ; James, 166 ; Jane, 164, 165 ; Rev. 

John, 75; Louisa, 164; Mary, 164; Mary Ann, 

166 ; Mary Humfrey, 164 ; Richard, 164, 165 ; 

Sarah, 166 ; William, 164 ; William Burbidge, 

164; William Percy Robarts, 164. 
Ridley, Alfired Bayley, 92 ; Amy Harriott, 92 ; 

Charlotte, Baroness Colborne, 92 ; Frances, 92 ; 

Henrietta Susannah, 92 ; Rev. Henry Colborne, 

92 ; Rev. Nicholas James, 92 ; Nicholas William, 

Baron Colborne, 92 ; Walter Colborne, 92. 
Rivett-Carnac, Henrietta, 67; Sir James, Bart., 67. 
Roberts, Elizabeth, 20, 163 ; Frederick, 163 ; Rt. 

Hon"^ Field- Marshal, Lord, 158; Samuel, 81; 

Wenman (afterwards Coke), 20. 
Robertson, Arthur John, 70, 79 ; Julia Isabella, 70, 

79; Margaret, 7. 
Robin, Rev. Percival Carteret, 148 ; Rev. PhiUp 

Raulin, 146. 
Robinson, Alfred, 134; Emily, 134. 
Rochester, Rt. Rev. Anthony Wilson Thorold, D.D., 

Bishop of, 50, 63. 
Rodbard, Anne, 142; Samuel, 142. 
Romaine, Sarah, 96; Rev. William, D.D., 96. 
Ross, Christiana, 115; William, 115. 
Rouse, Joshua, 4 ; Martha Elizabeth, 4. 
Routeledge, Anne, 69. 
Rumsey, Frances Mary, 126 ; Rev. Henry Langston, 

126, 127 ; Henry Wyldbore, 126. 
Russell, Fanny, 104 ; Rt. Hon"^ Lord John, Earl 

Russell, III ; Hon'''^ Victoria, in ; Rev. 

Whitworth, 104. 



St. Alban's, Archdeacon of, 55 ; Bishop of, 55 ; 

William, Duke of, 37. 
St. Cross, The Rev. the Master of, 34. 



St. Germans, Edward Granville, Earl of, 126. 
Salisbury, Rt. Rev. John Fisher, Bishop of, 69. 
Salthouse, T., 81. 
Sanday, Elizabeth, 31 ; George Henry, 31 ; Lydia 

Annie, 31 ; William, 31 ; Rev. William, D.D., 

31- 
Sandeman, Jane, 94 ; Mary Jane, 94; General Robert 

Turnbull, 94. 
Sandhurst, Sir William Rose Mansfield, Baron, 23. 
Sandryk, Clementina, 161. 
Sandwith, Clara Agnes, 4, 6 ; Dr. Humphry, 6 ; 

Jane, 6 ; Thomas Backhouse, 6. 
Sapieha, Prince Eustace, 143; Princess Mary, 143. 
Scarborough, Richard George, Earl of, 157. 
Sclater, Rev. Bartholomew Lutley, 61 ; Charlotte 

Penelope, 61. 
Scobell, Rev. Edward, 65, 125 ; Louisa Sophia, 65, 

125; Rev. Sanford George, 65. 
Scott, Elizabeth, in; Fife John, III; John Lee, 65 ; 

Laura, 65 ; Lizzie Isabella, m ; May Henrietta, 

23 ; William, 23. 
Scott- Kerr, Frances Louisa, 36 ; Francis Louis, 36 ; 

Sybil Julia, 36; William, 36. 
Scrase, Sarah Louisa, 85 ; William, 85. 
Scrivenor, Henrietta, 85. 
Seaton, Hon'''= Charlotte, Baroness, 4 ; Elizabeth 

Beatrice, Baroness, 4 ; James, Baron, 4 ; John 

Reginald Upton, Baron, 4. 
Sefton, Sir Charles William, Bart., Earl of, 156; Sir 

Charles WilUam Hylton, Bart., Earl of, 156; 

Hon'"'^ Cecil Emily, Countess of, 156 ; Lady 

Helena Mary, Countess of, 157 ; Hon'>''= Maria 

Margaretta, Countess of, 156 ; Mary Augusta, 

Countess of, 156; Sir Osbert Cecil, Bart. , Earl of, 

156, 157; William Philip, Earl of, 156; Sir 

William Philip, Bart., Earl of, 156. 
Shallcrass, Eliza, 45 ; Eliza Jane, 45 ; Jasper, 46 ; 

Marianne, 46 ; Susanna, 46 ; William, 45, 46. 
Sharp, Rev. Alfred, 46 ; Henry, 46 ; Rev. John 

Prior, 30; Mary, 46. 
Sharpe, Rev. Clement Rene, 106. 
Shaw, Rev. Bernard Douglas, 36. 
Sheffield, Margaretta Jane, 3 ; Maria Ursula, 4 ; 

Mary Emily, 6 ; Rev. Sir Robert, Bart., 3, 4, 6 ; 

Sarah Anne, 3, 4. 
Shepherd, Emily Louise, 136; William, 136. 
Sherborne, Edward Lenox, Baron, 20; Elizabeth, 

Baroness, 20; Hon"" Emily Theresa, Baroness, 

20; James Dutton, Baron, 20; Hon'''^ James Henry 

Legge, Baron, 20; John Dutton, Baron, 20; Hon'''" 

Mary, Baroness, 20; Hon'=''= Susan Elizabeth, 

Baroness, 20. 
Sherer, Annie, 122 ; John Walter, 122 ; Louisa 

Georgina, 122; Mary, 122. 
Sheriffe, Charles Farr, 141 ; Charlotte, 140 ; 

Georgianna, 140 ; Georgianna Mary, 140 ; Made- 
line Elizabeth, 140 ; Madeline Harriett, 141 ; 

Robert Thomas Oliver, 141 ; Rev. Thomas, 140 ; 

Thomas Bowen, 140. 
ShoU, Louisa, 62 ; William, 62. 
Shore, Catherine Jane, 15; Joseph, 15; Joseph 

Royle, 15; Samuel Royle, 15; Sarah, 15; Rev. 

Thomas Teignmouth, 144. 
Shorting, Rev. Canon Charles, 72 ; Charles George 

Horatio, 72 ; Constance Mary Anne, 72. 
Shoubridge, Harry, 20. 
Shrewsbury and Talbot, Anna Theresa, Countess of, 

38 ; Charles John, Earl of, 38 ; Admiral the 

Rt. Hon'='<= Henry John, Earl of, 38 ; Lady Sarah 

Elizabeth, Countess of, 38. 
Shuckburgh, Rev. Charles, 3 ; Diana, 3. 
Shuter, Jane, 164; Mrs., 164; Richard, 164. 
Sim, Harriett, 36; John Coysgarne, 36; Louisa 

Elizabeth, 36 ; Rev. Stewart, 36. 
Simeon, Dame Isabella Mary, 23 ; Jane Maria, 23 ; 

Sir John, Bart., 23 ; Sir John Stephen Barnngton, 

Bart., 23. 
Simmonds, Rev. Arthur, 71. 



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Simpson, Adam, 149; Anna Maria, 152; Anne, 1 50; 
Charles, 150-152; Charles Fredericlc, 152; Charles 
P'rederick Richard, 152; Constance Jane, 152; Eliza 
Harriet, 151 ; Elizabeth, 149; Emily, 149; Emma, 
151 ; Esther Mary Winifred, 150; Eveline Jane, 152; 
Fanny Selina, 150; Frances Mary, 151 ; Rev. Francis, 
103, 150; Francis Charles, 150; Francis Russell 
Benedict, 150; Freda Frances Margaret, 150; 
George, 152; Gilbert, 152; Henrietta Isabella, 103, 
151; Jane, 150, 152; Jessy Hilda, 151; John, 149, 
152; Colonel John, 149; Major-General John, 149; 
John Hawkesley, 149; Letitia Anne, 152; Louisa, 
151; Margaret, 149, 151; Margaret Noel, 150; 
Marianne Frances, 150; Mary, 152; Mary Anne, 
150; Mary Constance, 152; Mary Emily, 151; 
Ralph Christopher, 150; Richard, 151, 152; 
Richard Charles, 152 ; Walter Anthony, 150. 
Skinner, Agatha Grace Catherine, 127 ; Agnes, 127 ; 
Agnes Raymond, 127 ; Alan Cameron, 128 ; 
Charles Binny, 126 ; Charles Lancelot Andrewes, 
.-j; Cceline, 128; Edgar Louis, 127; Edgar 
William Dudley, 127; Edith Agnes, 128; Elizabeth, 
126; Faith Mary Wordsworth, 128; Frances Mary, 
126 ; Helen Ann Flora, 128 ; Hugh Charles, 128 ; 
Innes, 126; Innes Elizabeth, 127; Rev. James, 
127 ; Rt. Rev. John, Bishop of Aberdeen and 
Primus of Scotland, 126 ; Very Rev. John, Dean 
of Dunkeld and Dunblane, 126; John Edward 
Montagu, 128 ; Lilian Frances, 128 ; Marjorie 
Isabel, 127 ; Michael Cameron, 128 ; Philip John 
Lancelot, 128 ; Rev. Robert, 72 ; Lady Sarah 
Kathleen, 126; Wilfrid John, 128. 
Slater, EUzabeth, 54 ; Hannah, 54 ; Henry, 54 ; 

see also Rebow. 
Smale, Rev. William, 7. 

Smith, Anne Mary, 87 ; Rev. Edward Percy Boys, 6 ; 
Enos, 56, 57; Evelyn Hester, 87; Frances, 113; 
Lieut. -Colonel George Osborn, 87 ; Dr. George 
Roche, 87 ; Grace Elizabeth, 87 ; GuUelma Maria, 
57; Colonel John, 128; Joseph, 161; Laurence, 
87 ; Lucinda, 56, 57; Maria, 128; Sarah, 161; 
William, 113; see also Nexx\.OTv. 
Smyth, Lieut. -Colonel Edward, 100 ; Matilda 

Susannah, 100; Rosamond Matilda, 100. 
Smythies, Rev. Henry Raymond, 127. 
Sneath, see Aiken-Sneath. 
Snow, Rev. Henry, 21. 

Southwell, Eliza, 72 ; Florence Isabel, 72 ; Frank 
Marven, 72 ; Rev. Henry Kemble, 72 ; Thomas 
Martin, 72. 

Spooner, Rev. Canon George Hardwicke, 1 10. 

Spragg, George, 59 ; Mary Ann, 59. 

Spyers, Alice Mary, 88; Rev. Henry Almack, 85, 
86, 88; Rev. Thomas, D.D., 88. 

Stable, Martha, 49; Montague, 49; Sarah, 50, 51 ; 
William, 50, 51. 

Stanford, Anna Sophia, 167 ; Arthur Henry, 167 ; 
Charles Maurice, 169 ; Elizabeth, 169 ; Frederick, 
167; Georgina Emma Augusta, 167; John, 169; 
Mary, 169. 

Stanhope, EUinor Avena, 144 ; Hon^s Sir Francis 
Charles, 144; Hannah, 144; Russell Charles, 144. 

Stanley, Rt. Rev. Edward, D.D., Bishop of Norwich, 
23 ; Lord, 108. 

Stapylton, see Chetwynd-Stapylton. 

Starkey, Joseph, 106, 108, 109 ; Mary, 106, 108, 
109. 

Starr, George, 145. 

Stawel, Henry, Baron, 20; Mary, Baroness, 20. 

Stedman, Ellen, 100; Gill, 100. 

Steedman, Mr., 166; Mrs., 166. 

Steel, Rev. William Ferguson, 66. 

Steele, Charlotte, 92 ; Rt. Hon^'^ Thomas, 92. 

Stern, see De Stern. 

Steuart, John, 126. 

Stevens, Henry, 102, 103 ; Rev. Henry, 103 ; 
Maria, 103 ; Susanna, 103 ; Rev. Thomas, 
103. 



Stewart, Alexander, 75 ; Catherine, 36 ; David, 36 ; 
Rev. Ravenscroft, 37; Rev. Richard Benson, 142, 
144. 
Stirling, Rev. Charles, 36; Hugh, 126. 
Stokes, Mary, 82 ; Richard Crew, 82. 
Stopford, Emily Winifreda, 128 ; Admiral the HonW= 

Sir Montagu, 128. 
Storr, Rev. Charles, 52 ; Elizabeth, 49, 52 ; Mary 

Anne, 49 ; Paul, 49, 52 ; Sophia Jessy, 52. 
Storrs, Rev. John, 141. 
Stovin, Elizabeth Emma, 69, 79 ; John Sparrow, 69, 

79 ; Rebekah Maria, 69. 
Stow, Elizabeth, loi; George, loi. 
Stradbroke, Augusta Sophia, Countess of, 140. 
Stradling, Lucy, 45. 
Stranack, Edwin Fulcher, 124 ; Eliza Georgiana, 

124; Frederick William, 124; Grace Ellen, 124. 
Strickland, Anne, 150 ; Sir George (afterwards 

Cholmley), 102; Henrietta, 150 ; Lady, 102; Sir 

William, Bart., 150; Rev. William James, D.D., 8. 
Stuart, Charles Swede, 140; Sophia Elizabeth, 140. 
Suffolk and Berkshire, Charles John, Earl of, 20 ; 

Hon*"'" Elizabeth Jane, Countess of, 20 ; Thomas, 

Earl of, .20. 
Surtees, Charlotte, 60; William, 60. 
Sutherland, Rev. James, 164 ; James Charles 

Colebrooke, 35 ; Julia Mary, 35. 
Sutton, Honi'ie Alexandra Mary Elizabeth, 133; Rev. 

Edward, 133; Elizabeth Evelyn, 94; Henry 

George, 133 ; Hugh Clement, 133 ; Mabel Ida, 

133; Matilda Harriet, 133; Sir Richard, Bart., 94. 
Swainson, Rev. Charles, 62. 
Swale, Rev. Hogarth John, 140. 



Talbot, Anna Theresa, Countess of Shrewsbury 
and Talbot, 38 ; Charles John, Earl of Shrews- 
bury and Talbot, 38 ; Admiral the Rt. Hone's 
Henry John, Earl of Shrewsbury and Talbot, 
38; James, 136; Margaret Matilda, 136; Lady 
Sarah Elizabeth, Countess of Shrewsbury and 
Talbot, 38. 

Tapps, Sir George Ivison, Bart., I ; George William, 
I ; Sarah, i. 

Tapps-Gervis, Clara, I ; Sir George Eliott Meyrick, 
Bart., 2, 3; Sir George William, Bart., i. 

Tayler, Rev. Archdale Wilson, 15. 

Taylor, Anne, 99 ; Christina, 47 ; Elizabeth, 55 ; 
Emily, 55 ; George Noble, 23 ; Henry, 55 ; Major- 
General Sir Herbert, 58 ; James, 99 ; John Mann, 
54, 55 ; Margaret, 47 ; May Arbuthnot, 23 ; May 
Henrietta, 23 ; William, 47. 

Temple, Victoria, 26; William, 26. 

Templer, Annie Henrietta, 59 ; Eleanor, 59 ; Francis 
BuUer, 59 ; Hon^''^ Francis James, 59 ; James, 59 ; 
Mary, 59. 

Tetley, Emmeline Rebecca, 146 ; Captain Joseph 
Swabey, R.N., 146. 

Thellusson, Emily, 134; Ernest, 134; Laura Adeline, 

134- 
Thom, Rev. J. H., 142. 
Thomas, Ann, 114; Ann Trepaud Macdougall, 122; 

Edith Isabel, 71, 79; Ellen Fanny, 76; Emily, 

118; Eva AUie, 114; Harriet Selena, 114; 

Henrietta, 76, 86, 114, 118; Henry Child, 114; 

Jane Campbell, 122 ; Margaret Hester Deerbrook, 

86; Robert Moseley, 71, 76, 79, 86, 114, n8, 122; 

Sarah Ann Russell, 122. 
Thompson, Andrew Biernacki, 124 ; Childers Henry, 

133; Elizabeth, 124; Evelyn, 40; George Powney, 

40; Rev. Sir Henry, 108; Wanda, 124. 
Thornton, Elizabeth, i6l ; Emily EUzabeth, 161 ; 

Rev. George Ruthven, 27 ; Henry Edward, 83 ; 

Percy Melville, 161 ; Samuel, 160, 161 ; Rear- 

Admiral Samuel, 161. 



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Thornton-Duesbery, Dorothy Richardson, 162; Sophia 

Lowe Thornton, 162; William Duesbery, 162. 
Thorold, Rt. Rev. Anthony Wilson, D.D., Bishop of 

Rochester, 50, 63 ; Dr. Ellis Frederick, 62. 
Thursby, Eleanor Mary, io8; Rev. Frederick, loS; 

Harriet Matilda, io8 ; James Legh, 108 : Rev. 
William, 108. 
Tighe, Very Rev. Hugh Usher, Dean of Derry, 39. 
Tilby, Eliza Emma Jessie, 145 j Eliza Norris, 145 ; 

Thomas Martin lUden, 145. 
Tinney, Maria, 103; William, 103. 
Tipping, Harriet, 87 ; John Whitacre, 87. 
Tod, Archibald, 109; Harriet, 109. 
Toler, see Graham-Toler. 
Tomkinson, James, 69; Katherine Maria, 69. 
Torrens, Henrietta Frances, 34 ; Henry, 34 ; John 

Samuel, 34 ; Robert, 34. 
Torrington, John, Viscount, 156. 
Touchet, Frances, 92; John, 92. 
Toussant, Georgiana, 9; Joseph, 9. 
Towneley, Charles, 156. 
Townshend, Charles, 2. 

Tracey, Hon''''= and Rev. Alfred Hanbury, 108. 
Tiavell, Agnes, 137; John, 137. 
Travis, Dorothy Richardson, 162; John, 162. 
Treherne, Emily Louisa, 35 ; Morgan, 35. 
Tremlett, Rev Francis William, D.D., 55. 
Trewman, Major-General J. T., 58; Mary Jane, 58. 
Truscott, George Frederick, 64. 
Trye, Rev. Canon Charles Brandon, 139. 
Tufnell, Catherine Dorothy, 39 ; Elizabeth, 39 ; John 

JoUiffe, 39. 
TuUy, Joseph, 14. 
Turner, Rev. Herbert WilUam, 86. 
Turquand, Ada, 44 ; Ada Charlotte, 47 ; Ada Emily, 

48 ; Alice Elizabeth, 48 ; Ann, 44 ; Annette, 47 ; 

Barnard Eric Stanley, 48 ; Barnard Robert, 47 ; 

Bernard, 44, 47 ; Catherine, 44 ; Christine Emma, 

47; Ebenezer, 46; Eliza Jane, 45; Eliza Shallcrass, 

48 ; Elizabeth, 44-46 ; Elizabeth Betty, 47 ; 

Elizabeth Margaret, 47 ; Elizabeth Mary, 47 ; 

Ellen, 44 ; Emilie, 47 ; Ernest Barnard, 48 ; 

Frances, 45 ; Frederick James, 46 ; George, 47 ; 

Henrietta, 45; Henrietta Ellen, 44; James, 44; 

Rev. James, 46 ; James Samuel, 45 ; Jane, 47 ; 

Leonard, 44, 45, 47; Leonard Wilfred Ernest, 48 ; 

Lizzy Emma, 47 ; Louis, 46 ; Louisa, 45 ; Lucy, 

44, 45 ; Lucy Ellen, 45 ; Lydia, 46 ; Margaret, 47 ; 

Marian, 45 ; Marianne, 45, 46 ; Marie Catherine, 44; 

Mary, 44, 46 ; Mary Emma, 47 ; Mary Jane, 46 ; 

Nettie Kate, 47 ; Paul, 44, 47 ; Rev. Paul James, 

47 ; Paul Leonard, 44 ; Paul William, 48 ; Rene, 

44 ; Rita Evelyn Shalcrass, 48 ; Rosa, 45 ; Samuel 

James, 45 ; Susanna, 46 ; William, 44. 
Twining, Rev. George Brewster, 36. 
Tyler, Alice Elizabeth, 48 ; Charles, 48 ; Susanna, 



U 



Upper Ossory, John, Earl of, 39. 
Ure, Elizabeth, 126; John, 126. 
Urquhart, Janet, 58; Walter, 58. 
Usticke, Rev. Robert, 58, 60. 



Vallentin, Grimble, 85. 

Vansommer, Ann, 44 ; Elizabeth, 44 ; John, 44. 

Vaughan, Hugh Thomas Jones, 71. 

Vavasour, Rev. John Francis Stukeley, 139 ; Rev. 

Canon Marmaduke, 139; Marmaduke Walter, 139; 

Rev. Richard Frederick, 137; Sophia, 137; Sybil 

Catherine, 139. 
Venn, Henry, 64; Rev. Henry Knott, 64; Mary, 

64. 



Vernon, Emma Mary, Baroness Lyveden, 39 ; 
Granville Harcourt, 159; Lieut. -Colonel Hon"'' 
Henry Greville Richard, 39 ; Marianne Frances, 
159; Robert, Baron Lyveden (formerly Smith), 39; 
Susan Caroline, 39. 

Vernon-Gore, Charles Vernon, 144 j Emily Caroline, 
144. 

Verrall, Ann, 28 ; John Plumer, 28 ; Mary Ann, 28. 

Victoria, H.M. Queen, 21, 58, 63, 74, iii, 144, 

158- 
Villiers, Grace Elizabeth, in; Rev. Prebendary 

Henry Montague, 34, in, 133; John Russell, 

III; Hon^^ Victoria, in; Rev. William Richard, 

63- 
Vine, Fanny Augusta, 36 ; James, 36^ 
Vyse, see Howard-Vyse. 



W 

Waddingham, John, 139; Margaret, 139; Margaret, 

Anne, 139. 
Wade, Olive Frances, 7 ; Olivia Blanche, 7 j Williaiii 

George Clayton, 7. 
Wadsworth, John, 31 ; Mary Elizabeth, 31 ; Sarah, 31. 
Walford, Rev. Launcelot Charles, 37. 
Walker, Rev. Edward, D.C.L., 60; Elizabeth 

Barclay, 8 ; Jane Miller, 8 ; Thomas, 8. 
Walker-Heneage, George Heneage Wyld, 133 ; 

Matilda Harriet, 133. 
Wallace, Charlotte Caroline Augusta, 5 ; William, 5. 
Wallop, Lady Eveline Alicia Juliana, Countess of 

Portsmouth, 95 ; Lady Eveline Camilla, 95 ; Isaac 

Newton, Earl of Portsmouth, 95 ; Hon'''"' Robert 

Gerard Valoynes, 95. 
Walters, Rev. Charles Barrington, 157; Rev. Edmund 

Huth, 51. 
Warburton, Geoffrey, 34 ; Hon'''" Isabel Mary, 34 ; 

Joan Constance, 34 ; Rev. Canon William Parsons, 

34- 
Ward, Emma, 25 ; Samuel, 25 ; Susanna Elizabeth, 25. 
Warde, Henry Lionel, 151; Jessy Hilda, 151; Lionel, 

151- 
Warren, Ann Eliza, 87; Herbert, 160; Kathleen, 87; 

Reginald Augustus, 87 ; Reginald Olliver, 87. 
Warter, Rev. Edward, 27 ; Ellen Graham, 27 ; Emma 

Sarah Moore, 27 ; Harriette, 27 ; Henry de Grey, 

27. 
Waterford, Henry de la Poer, Marquess of, 38. 
Waterpark, Juliana, Baroness, 78 ; Richard, Baron, 

78. 
Watkins, Agnes, 88 ; Eliza, 88 ; Thomas, 164 ; 

Thomas Edward, 88. 
Watson, Annie, 122; Caroline, loi ; Colonel Edward 

John, 122; Jane Campbell, 122; Rev. John David, 

roi, 103; Rev. John James, loi; Rev. John Sikes, 

loi, 102; Susanna Judith, loi. 
Watt, Julia, 26 ; William, 26. 
Watts, Rev. Thomas William, 99. 
Waudby, Rev. William Robert Pallet, 73. 
Webb, Charles, 85 ; Jane Wilson, 85 ; Colonel John 

Vere William Henry, 152; John Wynne, 152; Lelitia 

Anne, 152. 
Wedd, Lydia, 30; Mary, 30; Peter, 30. 
Welch, Anna Maria, 38 ; Edward, 166 ; Frederick, 

164-166; Henry, 38; Maria Louisa, l56. 
Wells, Elizabeth Bridget, 93 ; William, 93. 
Wemyss, Elizabeth Huntly, 35 ; James, 35. 
Wenlock, Sir Beilby Richard, Bart., Baron, 157; 

Lady Elizabeth, Baroness, 157. 
Westminster, Rt. Hon'''" Richard, Marquess of, 

157- 
Weston, John, 46; Mary Ann, 46. 
Wharton, Clara, 55; James, 54, 55; Martha, 55; 

William Kitchin, 55. 
Wheen, Maria, 27; Richard, 27. 
Whetham, Anne, 33; John, 33. 



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Whif.aker, Rev. Arthur Lionel, 163; Lieut. -Colonel 
Charles Hildyard Thornton, 162 ; Charles Lionel 
David Herbert, 163 ; Edythe Huntington, 163 ; 
George, 163 ; George Reginald, 163 ; Gertrude Annie, 
163; Herbert, 140; Laura, 163; Mary, 162; Mary 
Sophia, 162; Noel Ralph, 163; Percy Duncomb, 163; 
Rev. Robert, 162 ; Robert Hinderwell, 163 ; Ruth 
Helen, 162; Sophia Lowe Thornton, 162; Thomas, 
162, 163; Captain Thomas, R.N., 162, 163; 
Thomas Percy Duesbery Thornton, 162. 
White, Eliza, 3; Elizabeth, 163; Rev. George Cosby, 
126 ; Gertrude Annie, 163 ; Rev. Lewis Borrett, 
II; Victor, 163; William, 3. 

Whitmore, John, 46. 

Whitty, Thomas Ramson, 30. 

Whyte-Melville, John, 37. 

Wilberforce, Rt. Rev. Samuel, D.D., Bishop of 
Winchester, 23. 

Wilkins, Rev. Dr. , 83. 

Wilkinson, Amy Margaret, 86 ; Ven'''" Archdeacon 
Charles Thomas, D. D. , 59, 60 ; Frank Fairlie, 86 ; 
James, 139; John Fairlie, 86; Margaret, 139. 

Williams, Ada Margaret, 63 ; Ada May, 61 ; Agnes, 
64 ; Alice Margaret, 63 ; Ann, 16 ; Anna Maria, 
57 ; Anne Louisa Loveday, 147 ; Annie Henrietta, 
59 ; Arthur Leonard, 61 ; Ashley, 35 ; Bell, 58 ; 
Catherine Maria, 57 ; Charles Lawrence, 64 ; 
Charles Stephen, 63 ; Cliarles Ustick, 63 ; Clara 
Georgina, 61; David, 147; Lieut. -General Edward 
Arthur, 58 ; Edward George, 63 ; Eleanor, 59 ; 
Eliza, 58 ; Elizabeth Maud, 59 ; Ellen Frances, 
62 ; Ellen Georgina, 60 ; Ellen Julia, 61 ; Emily 
Ellen, 64 ; Emily Louisa, 35 ; Eva Amy, 63 ; 
Fanny, 57 ; Fanny Anna, 60 ; Fenwick Cecil, 64 ; 
Florence Elizabeth, 35 ; Florence Louisa, 63 ; 
Francis, 98 ; Frank Edward, 62 ; Frederick Lovel 
McTagart, 56, 59; Captain George Bell, R.N., 57, 
60, 62; George Fenwick, 64; George Herbert, 62; 
George Ithacus Hoare, 56, 61 ; George Sydney, 
62 ; Harriott Gertrude, 147 ; Henry, 56, 57 ; 
Colonel Henry, 56, 57 ; Henry Arthur, 59 ; Henry 
Ernest, 61 ; Lieut. -General Henry Francis, 58, 59; 
Henry Frederick, 62 ; Henry George, 59 ; Janet 
Lucy, 60 ; Jessie Sarah Eliza, 58 ; John, 15 ; Julia 
Anne, 16 ; Louisa Teresa, 62 ; Lucie Florian, 61 ; 
Lucinda, 56, 57 ; Margaret, 59 ; Margaret Jessie, 
60 ; Maria Lucinda, 57, 61 ; Martha, 98 ; Matilda 
Susannah, 100 ; Rev. Owen, 147 ; Robert, 64 ; 
Robin, 64; Samuel Delagrange, 16; Sarah, 15; 
Violet Maud, 64 ; WiUiam, 100, 147. 

Wilson, Anne Elizabeth, 152; Alan, 20 ; Sir Alexander, 
126; Rev. Alfred William, 6; Alice Maud, 148; 
Ven'"'" Archdeacon, 23 ; Rev. Daniel Frederick, 59 ; 
Elizabeth, 85 ; Fanny Mary, 6 ; George Richard, 
148; Hannah, 144; Hugh, 152; James, 144; Jane 
Ann, 148 ; Lydia, 30 ; Mary Susannah Anne, 2 ; 
Susan, 20 ; William, 2 ; Rev. William, 6. 

Wilton, Elizabeth, 10 ; Rev. Charles Turner, 10 ; 
Henry Hooper, 10. 

Winchester, Rt. Rev. Samuel Wilberforce, D.D., 
Bishop of, 23 ; Very Rev. the Dean of, 34. 

Windham, General Sir Charles Ashe, ill. 

Wing, Emma Jane, 5. 

Wingfield, Hon'''^ Mrs. Maurice, 20. 

Winton, Earl of, see Eglinton and Winton. 

Wisden, Edith Isabel, 71, 79; Frank Thomas, 71, 
79 ; Gwendoline Mabel Lucy, 71, 79 ; Hermione 
Plester Isabel, 79; Thomas Faulconer, 71, 79. 

Wise, Maria, 80 ; Thomas, 80. 

Wither, Rev. Lovelace Bigge, 150. 

Witts, Agnes, 137; Agnes Edna Broome, 138; 
Broome Phillips, 138; Edith Jane Bourne, 138; 
Edward, 137; Rev. Edward Francis, 137, 139; 
Edward Francis Broome, 138; Elizabeth Maynard, 
137 ; Ethel Frances Vavasour, 139 ; Rev. Francis 
Edward, 137; Rev. Francis Edward Broome, 137; 
Frank Hole, 138; Frederick Richard Vavasour, 
137; Lieut. -Colonel Frederick Richard Vavasour, 



139 ; Frederick Vavasour Broome, 138 ; George 
Backhouse, 137, 139; George Bourne, 138; Jane 
Margaret, 137; John Travell, 138; Mabel Elizabeth 
Vavasour, 139 ; Margaret, 137 ; Margaret Anne, 
139 ; Margaret Apphia Broome, 138 ; Margaret 
Hole, 138 ; Maria, 138 ; Sophia, 137 ; Sophia 
Margaret Vavasour, 139 ; Sybil Catherine, 139 ; 
Sybil Holdsworth, 139. 

Wodehouse, Amabel Lucy, 5 ; Anne, 95 ; Colonel 
Charles, 5 ; Charlotte Laura, 95 ; Hon''''' Henry, 
95 ; Jemima, 5 ; John, Baron Wodehouse, 95 ; 
John, Earl of Kimberley, 95. 

WoUey, Rev. Henry Francklyn, 16. 

Wolseley, Sir Garnet, 134. 

Wolstenholme, Eliza, 21; William Breton, 21. 

Wood, Lady Agnes Elizabeth, 132; Hon'"'" Alexandra 
Mary Elizabeth, 133; Hon''''= Alice Louisa, 136; 
Ann, 7 ; Anne, 132, 133 ; Annie, 7 ; Honi^'s Blanche 
Edith, 136; Caroline, 132; Catherine Elizabeth, 
8 ; Catherine Mary, 8 ; Charles, 132 ; Sir Charles, 
Bart., 94, 132; Rt. Hon''''= Sir Charles, Bart., 
Viscount Halifax, 132, 134 ; Hon'''" Charles 
Lindley, 133; Sir Charles Lindley, Bart., Viscount 
Halifax, 132 ; Hon'''" Charles Reginald Lindley, 
133 ; Charles Wilfred Lindley, 135 ; Christopher 
William Graham, 7 ; Hon'''"' Edward Frederick 
Lindley, 134 ; Elizabeth, 7, 8, 13 ; Hon'>'« 
Emily Charlotte, 133 ; Emily Mary Marguerite 
Lindley, 134; Emma Sarah Moore, 27; Sir Evelyn, 
1 14 ; Evelyn Mary Greig, 7 ; Everard Charles 
Lindley, 135; Sir Francis, Bart., 132; Honi"'" 
Francis Hugh Lindley, 134; Francis Hugo Lindley, 
135; Hon''''' Captain Francis Lindley, R.N., 134; 
Sir Francis Lindley, Bart., 132; Francis Samuel, 
133 ; Hon''''' Frederick George Lindley, 135 ; 
Graham, 7, 8; Henry, 7, 8; Hon'''= Lieut. -Colonel 
Henry John Lindley, 134; Henry Matthew 8; 
Hon''''' Henry Paul Lindley, 134 ; James Greig, 7, 
8; John, [3; Laura Adeline, 134; Letitia Maud, 
8 ; Lillie Amy, 8 ; Lily, 8 ; Madeline, 7 ; Margaret 
Tyers, 13; Lady Mary, 132; Hon'''" Mary Agnes, 
134; Mary Ann, 7 ; Hon'"'" Mary Frances Louisa, 
132; Mary Graham, 8; Mary Margaret Desiree, 
135; Lady Mary Susan Felicie, 135; Mattie, 7; 
Olive Frances, 7 ; Richard, 7 ; Robert Alexander 
Lindley, 135 ; Stewart Murray, 7 ; William, 27 ; 
William Richard, 7, 8. 

Woodcock, George, 29. 

Woodhouse, Rev. Frederick Charles, 152. 

Woodin, Rev. Alfred, 8 ; Rev. Stanley Hassall, 8. 

Woodroffe, Rev. Duncan, 138; George Frederick, 
138; John Edward, 138; Margaret Apphia Broome, 
138; Maria, 138. 

WooUett, Edward John, 15; Harriette Elizabeth, 15; 
Marianne Phihppe, 15. 

Woolrych, Mary Martha, 104 ; General Stephen, 104. 

Wrenford, Rev. J. B., 8. 

Wright, Dr. Frederick Charles, 170; Rev. Henry, 
69, 79; Mary Catherine, 79; Mary Elizabeth, 170; 
Mary Jane Annabella, 69, 79. 

Wyatt, Edward Gerald Penfold, 87 ; Rev. Gerard 
Duke, 71 ; Harriet, 87 ; Rev. John Ingram 
Penfold, 87; Julia Katherine, 71; Margaret, 87; 
Rev. Paul Williams, 22. 

Wyndham, General, iii. 

Wynne, Anna Maria, 107 ; WiUiam, 107. 



Yarborough, George Bryan Cooke, 134. 

York, H.R.H. Duke of, 133. 

Young, Rev. Albert Stewart Winthrop, 72 ; Ella, 

114; Rev. Frederick, 36; John, 27; Sir Thomas, 

Bart., 114; William Blackman, 4. 



Zetland, Earl of, 156 ; Lawrence, Marquess of, 136. 



atilittton^ anil Corrections. 



ADDITIONS & CORRECTIONS. 



AIRY. Vol. 7, page ii8.— Bernard John 
and Dorothy Mary Airy have further 
issue a son, Eustace Aubertin Airy, born 
at Frilford, co. Berks, the residence of 
his grandfather, John Dunn Aubertin, 
on Thursday, lo July, baptised there 
privately 24 July, and received into the 
church at St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington, 
London, 25 August 1902. 

ALDRIDGE. Vol. 7, page 69.— John 
Barttelot Aldridge was promoted Cap- 
tain Royal Horse Artillery 2 December 
1899, and served in the South African 
War 1 899-1 900, A. B.C. to Brigadier- 
General 2nd Cavalry Brigade 22 Feb- 
ruary 1900 (mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 4 May 1900 and 
10 September 1901, medal with six 
clasps, D.S.O. 29 November 1900). 
He was married at St. Luke's, Newton 
Harcourt, co. Leicester, i August 1899, 
to Margaret Jessie, 3rd daughter of 
Joseph Goddard, J.P., F.R.I.B.A., 
F.S.I., of The Manor House, Newton 
Harcourt. They have issue two sons, 
Robert Beauclerc Aldridge, born at The 
Manor House, Newton Harcourt, 14 
May, baptised at St. John's, Lower 
Beeding, co. Sussex, 13 July 1900; 
and George Herbert Aldridge, born at 
The Grange-in-the-Forest, Horsham, 
CO. Sussex, 16 February, baptised at 
Newton Harcourt 16 April 1902. 

ALLENBY. Vol. 8, page 19.— Alfred 
Hynman Allenby was married at 
Brockenhurst, co. Hants, on Saturday, 
28 December 1901, to Mary, only 
daughter of Samuel Cornish of Holm- 
wood, Brockenhurst, by Jane Charlotte 
his wife, only daughter of Samuel 
Brandon of Suffolk Lodge, Great 
Marlow, co. Buckingham. 



ARKWRIGHT. Vol. 7, page 22.— 
Ferdinand George Arkwright was mar- 
ried at the parish church, Burrough-on- 
the-Hill, CO. Leicester, on Wednesday, 
2 August 1899, to Charlotte Elizabeth 
Evelyn, eldest daughter of Walter A. 
Peake of Burrough-on-the-Hill, by Grace 
Elizabeth Ann his wife, daughter of the 
Rev. Gerard Charles Fenwicke of Bias- 
ton Manor, Uppingham, co. Rutland. 
They have issue a daughter, Laura 
Grace Evelyn, born 2 1 April, baptised at 
Burrough-on-the-Hill 8 June 1900. 

ASSHETON. Vol. i, page 72 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 6, page !.) — The Rev. 
William Orme and Winifred Maude 
Assheton have issue a daughter, Mar- 
garet, born at the Rectory, Bilton, co. 
Warwick, on Tuesday, 27 May, 
baptised at Bilton 24 June 1902. 
The Rev. William Orme Assheton was 
inducted to the Rectory of Bilton on the 
retirement of his uncle, the Rev. Richard 
Orme Assheton, 9 August 1895. 

BACCHUS. Vol. I, page 244. — Isabella, 
widow of Henry Bacchus, died at the 
residence of Major Berkeley, Fieldgate 
House, Kenilworth, co. Warwick, aged 
73, on Saturday, 21 December, buried 
in the cemetery of the Catholic Church 
at Kenilworth 24 December 1901. Will 
dated 20 March 1901, proved at 
Birmingham 2 April 1902, by the 
Rev. John Northcote Bacchus and 
the Rev. Francis Joseph Bacchus, the 
Executors. 

BARING-GOULD. Vol. 4, page 25.— 
The Rev. Baring Baring-Gould married 
2ndly at the parish church, Sidcup, co. 
Kent, on Wednesday, 2 April 1902, 
Helen Mary Louisa, elder daughter of 
the Rev. Arthur Houghton of Sidcup, 
formerly of the Admiralty. 



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BARKER. Vol. 5, page 25.— Deborah 
Isabella Bertha, widow of William 
Phillippo Barker, died at "Channel 
View," Sandown, Isle of Wight, 20 Feb- 
ruary, buried at Christ Church, Sandown, 
25 February 1902. Will dated 27 
November 1882, proved (Prin. Reg., 
115, 1902) 5 June 1902, by Costanza 
Madeleine Barker, the daughter, the 
surviving Executor. 

Addenda.^ Vol. 7, page i. — Fanny 
Ethel, youngest daughter of Alphonse 
William and Ciriaca Barker ( Vol. 5, 
page 25), died at Bahia Blanca, 
Argentine, South America, 8 February 
1902. 

BARNARDISTON. Vol. 8, page 42.— 
Nathaniel Walter Barnardiston served in 
South African War with the 2nd Battalion 
(Duke of Cambridge's Own) Middlesex 
Regiment (partly in command) igor to 
1902 (medal with clasp); Commander 
Osmanieh Order (3rd-class) 1901 ; 
Knight of the Order of the Dannebrog 
1902; Lieut.-Colonel Military Attache 
at the Courts of the Hague, Brussels 
and Grand Duchy of Luxemburg 
14 January 1902. His wife received 
the Turkish Order of the Chefakat 
(2nd-class) in 1901. 

Page 44. — Geoffry Barnardiston was 
married at St. Peter's, Berkhamsted, 
CO. Hertford, on Wednesday, ^ 10 
September 1902, to Mildred Jane, "3rd 
daughter of the Hon"' Montague 
William Tyrwhitt-Drake, Puisne Judge 
of the Supreme Court of British 
Columbia, by Joanna his wife, daughter 
of James Tolmie of Ardersier, co. 
Inverness. 

Ernald Barnardiston was promoted 
Captain Royal Engineers 31 December 
1 901; served in the Tirah Campaign 
1897-98 (medal with two clasps), and 
in South Africa to end of War in 1902 
(medal with four clasps and King's 
medal with two clasps). 

Samuel John Barrington Barnardiston 
was appointed Adjutant The Suffolk 
Regiment 30 December 1900; served 
in South Africa to end of War in 1902 
(medal with three clasps and King's 
medal with two clasps). 

BARNSTON. Vol. 7, page 24.— Ahce, 
youngest daughter of Roger Harry 
Barnston, died in London i February, 
buried at Farndon, co. Chester, 
6 February 1902. 



BARTLETT. Vol. i, page 67.— Winifred 
Margaret, daughter of William Bartlett, 
was married at the parish church, 
West Derby, co. Lancaster, on Ascen- 
sion Day, Thursday, 8 May 1902, 
to Ernst Otto Herman Stein, 2nd son 
of Friedrich Wilhelm Gustav Stein of 
Koeslin, Pomerania, Germany. 
BATE. Vol. 4, page 173. — Roger Whitley 
Bate, Lieutenant 22nd Mounted Infantry, 
Royal Welsh Fusilier's Company, was 
killed in action at Rustpan, near Boshof, 
South Africa, aged 19, on Thursday, 
5 December 1901, and buried at Boshof 
the next day. 
BATTYE-TREVOR. Vol. 2, page 
157. — Charles Edmund Augustine 
Trevor Trevor-Battye was married at 
Christ Church, Lancaster Gate, London, 
on Wednesday, 2 July 1902, to Maude 
Jessie Sowerby, elder daughter of Henry 
Sowerby Middleton, formerly Captain 
52nd Oxfordshire Light Infantry. 

Aubyn Bernard Rochfort Trevor- 
Battye of Chilbolton, co. Hants, was 
married at the parish church, Weybridge, 
CO. Surrey, on Wednesday, 29 May 1901, 
to Margaret Amy, youngest daughter 
of Christopher North Graham of 
Weybridge. They have issue a daughter, 
Rosemary Wordsworth, born at Spring- 
field, Guildford, co. Surrey, on Saturday, 
28 June, baptised at Old Stoke, co. 
Surrey, 20 August 1902. 
BEARE. Vol. 6, page 39.— Wilham 
Woodthorpe Beare died at Tenby, co. 
Pembroke, aged 85, on Thursday, 22 
May, buried in the cemetery at Norwood, 
CO. Surrey, 27 May 1902. Will dated 14 
March 1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 11, 
1902) 2 July 1902, by Frederick Craven, 
the son-in-law, and Louisa Craven, the 
daughter, the Executors. 

Frederick Craven, J. P. for the county 
of Pembroke, was born 7 November 
1852 \not 1853]. 
BEEBEE. Vol. 9, page 49.— The Rev. 
James Beebee, Rector of Presteigne, co. 
Radnor \not West Radnor], was married 
30 October 1794, to Hannah, daughter 
of Meyrick Meredith of Kington, co. 
Hereford. 

Mary Matilda, wife of the Rev. 
Meyrick Beebee, was the only daughter 
of David Jenkins \not Jenkin] James 
of Womaston, co. Radnor, Sheriff for 
that county in 1844, son of John James 
of Ty Glyn, Aeron, co. Glamorgan, by 
Anne his wife, dau. of David Jenkins of 
Ty Mawr yn y Stollin, co. Radnor. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



BENTLEY. Vol. i, page 141.— Amy 
Georgina, eldest daughter of the Rev. 
Horatio Bentley, was married at St. 
Mary's, Hornsey, co. Middlesex, on 
Tuesday, 26 August 1902, to Harold 
Dockray Phillips, 3rd son of the Rev. 
Stephen PhilUps, D.D., Minor Canon 
and Precentor of Peterborough Cathe- 
dral, by Agatha Sophia his wife, 2nd 
daughter of Robert Benson Dockray ; 
bom 13 April 1867. 
BODDINGTON. Vol. i, page 126.— 
Arthur Cavendish Onslow Boddington 
died at Sidney Lodge, Hereford, aged 
55, on Monday, 17 March, buried in the 
cemetery at Hereford 20 March 1902. 
Will dated 24 October 1901, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 109, 1902) 21 April 1902, 
by Ernest Radclyffe Crump and the Rev. 
Sidney Cornish Watkins, the Executors. 
BOURNE. Vol. 3, page 148.— Margery 
Rosamund Salkeld, younger daughter of 
John William Bourne, was married at 
St. Leonard's, Newland, co. Worcester, 
on Wednesday, 16 April 1902, to Henry 
\\'illiams Hill, 2nd son of Richard Price 
Hill of Goodrest, Malvern, co. Worcester. 
BOWRING. Vol. 6, page i.— Deborah 
Lucy, widow of Sir John Bowring, died 
at 7 Baring Crescent, Exeter, co. 
Devon, in her 86th year, on Monday, 
28 July, buried in the Higher Cemetery, 
Exeter, by the side of her husband, on 
Wednesday, 30 July 1902. 
BOYD. Vol. 8,page 162.— Cicely [««/Cecily] 
Knightley, younger daughter of William 
Boyd, was married at St. Bartholomew's, 
Long Benton, co. Northumberland, on 
Wednesday, 6 August 1902, to Reginald 
George McQueen McLeod, D.S.O., son 
of General William Couperus McLeod 
of the Madras Army, by Jane Anne his 
wife, daughter of William McLeod, 
Inspector-General of Hospitals; born 
25 June 1859; Major 74th Battery 
Royal Artillery ; served in South 
African War 1 899-1 900, Commandant 
at Elandsfontein (mentioned in des- 
patches, "London Gazette," 16 April 
1901); Companion D.S.O. 29 November 
1900 (medal with three clasps, also 
King's medal with two clasps). 
BROCKLEBANK. Vol. 9, page 144 — 
Henry Cyril Royds and Honoria Carohne 
Brocklebank have further issue a 
daughter, Elinor Joan Ida, born at The 
Roscote, Heswall, co. Chester, on 
Tuesday, 10 December 1901, baptised 
at St. Peter's, Heswall, 8 January 1902. 



BULKELEY-OWEN. Vol. 8, page 
140. — Thomas Bulkeley Bulkeley-Owen 
assumed the surname of Owen on the 
death of his uncle, Hugh Owen \not 
Hatchett] of Tedsmore Hall, co. Salop. 

BURY. Vol. 9, page 116. — Frances Eliza, 
wife of the ReV. James Marshall Bury, 
died, aged 61, on Tuesday, 25 March, 
buried at Little Hadham, co. Hertford, 
on Easter Eve, 29 March 1902. 

BUSH. Vol. 6. page 76 (and Addenda, 
Vol. 8, page iv.) — Captain Paul Warner 
and Rachel Adela Bush have further 
issue a son, Ronald Paul Bush, born 
at Corvyle, Butleigh, co. Somerset, on 
Friday, 22 August, baptised at Horn- 
blotton, CO. Somerset, 8 October 1902. 
Captain. B ush is now of H . M. S. " Sutlej. " 

CARR-ELLISON. Vol. 6, page 163.— 
Cuthbert EUison Carr was married at 
St. Mary's, Harrogate, co. York, on 
Tuesday, 12 August 1902, to Frances 
Maria, only child of Henry William 
Gregg, and widow of Frederick Wilder of 
Purley Hall, co. Berks {see Pedigree of 
Wilder, Vol. 2, page I2y, and Addenda, 
Vol. 4, page vi.) 

CAVE-BROWNE. Vol. 9, page 24.— 
William Charles and Maude Ahce 
Cave-Browne were married at St. 
Matthias', Vepery, Madras, India, 
12 December 1895. Their daughter, 
Selina Verney Cleveland, was born at 
Negapatam, South India, 6 September, 
and baptised at St. Peter's, Negapatam, 
4 October 1899. 

Page 21. — Samuel Bostock was buried 
in Norwood Cemetery [not Walton-on- 
the Hill, Epsom], co. Surrey, 7 April 1869. 

CAVENDISH. Vol. i, page 131 — 
Henry Frederick Compton Cavendish is 
now of Rock House, Cromford, co. 
Derby. 

Page 134. — Ernest Lionel Francis 
Cavendish was appointed Deputy- 
Governor of Manchester Prison 31 
December 1900, and Deputy-Governor 
of Wormwood Scrubbs Prison, co. 
Middlesex, 21 January 1902. 

Page 136. — Edith Louisa, wife of 
William Henry Alexander George 
Delmar Cavendish died 10 June 1902. 

CHANCE. Vol. 3. page 61.— Caroline, 
widow of Edward Sargant, died 20 July, 
buried at the parish church, Edgbaston, 
CO. Warwick, 24 July 1902. Will dated 
19 December 1891, with codicil dated 
ir August 1899, proved (Prin. Reg., 



ADDITIONS dr» CORRECTIONS. 



CHANCE, continued. 

103, 1902) 12 August 1902, by William 
Septimus Harding and Edward Alexander 
Mercy Fry, the surviving Executors. 

Page 64. — Wilberforce Chance died 
at his residence, 10 York Road, Birk- 
dale, CO. Lancaster, aged 39, on 
Thursday, 10 April, buried in the 
cemetery at Southport, co. Lancaster, 
12 April 1902. Will dated 19 
December 1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 
25, 1902) 17 May 1902, by the Rev. 
Oliver Edmund Rice, John Vincent 
Thornton and Thomas Walford, the 
Executors. 

Page 65 {and Addenda, Vol. 8, 
page V.) — Sir James Timmins Chance, 
Bart., died at his residence, i Grand 
Avenue, Hove, co. Sussex, in his 88th 
year, on Monday, 6 January, cremated 
at Woking, co. Surrey, on Saturday, 
II January 1902, the ashes being 
deposited in the private vault at the 
Church of England Cemetery, Warstone 
Lane, Birmingham, co. Warwick. Will 
dated 16 October 1897, with five 
codicils dated respectively 17 December 
1898 (two), 31 August 1899, 7 Sep- 
tember 1899, and II January 1901, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 26, 1902) z6 Feb- 
ruary 1902, by Sir William Chance, 
George Ferguson Chance and James 
Frederick Chance, three of the 
Executors. 

Page 71 {and Addenda, Vol. g, 
page iv.) — George Harold de Peyster 
and Maude Chance have issue a 
daughter, Myee, born at Sydney, New 
South Wales, on Easter Day, 30 March, 
baptised there 28 May 1902. 

CHISENHALE- MARSH. Vol. 4, 
page 8. — The Rev. Henry Augustus 
Marsh died at 40 Kidbrooke Park 
Road, Blackheath, co. Kent, in his 
85th year, on Thursday, 14 November, 
buried in the cemetery at Charlton, co. 
Kent, 18 November 1901. Will dated 
23 January 1901, proved (Prin. Reg., 
25, 1901) 12 December 1901, by Eliza 
Marsh, the relict, and Norman Nevile 
Marsh, the son, the Executors. 

CLIPPINGDALE. Vol. 9, page 169.— 
A memorial window, with a brass 
beneath it, in memory of John Clipping- 
dale of Blackwall Causeway, co. 
Middlesex, was placed in the chancel 
of St. Matthias' (late Hon^-'^ East 
India Company's Chapel), Poplar, co. 
Middlesex, in August 1898. 



CLIPPINGDALE, continued. 

Page 170. — Josiah, 2nd son of Josiah 
Clippingdale, died at 65 Comeragh 
Road, West Kensington, London, aged 
65, 21 March, buried in Abney Park 
Cemetery, co. Middlesex, 27 March 1900. 

Page 173.— Charles Henry Clipping- 
dale, of the Imperial Military Police, 
South Africa, died of enteric fever at 
Pretoria, South Africa, aged 28, on 
Thursday, 19 December 1901, and was 
buried there. A memorial brass in the 
Wesleyan Chapel, Wanstead, co. Essex, 
was unveiled 9 June 1902, by Captain 
the HonWe Rupert Edward Cecil 
Guinness, C.M.G., representing the 
London Rifle Brigade, of which Charles 
Henry Clippingdale had been a 
member ; also a marble cross with 
inscription has been placed over his 
grave by his comrades of the Imperial 
Military Police. 

CLOUGH-TAYLOR. Vol. 6, page 44.— 
Sophia Mary, widow of Edward Clough- 
Taylor, died at Edwinstowe House, co. 
Nottingham, whilst staying with her 
daughter, Mrs. Augustus Byron, in her 
78th year, at 2.30 p.m. on Monday, 
7 July, buried in the churchyard at 
Westow, CO. York, by the side of her 
husband, on Thursday, 10 July 1902. 

Page 44 {and Addenda, Vol. 7, 
page «V.)— Edward Harrison and Lady 
Mary Stuart Clough-Taylor have issue 
a son, Leonard Goodricke Stuart 
Clough-Taylor, born at Firby Hall, co. 
York, at 11.30 p.m. on Tuesday, 13 
August, baptised at Whitwell-on-the- 
Hill, CO. York (by the Rev. Hezekiah 
Astley Kemp Hawkins, the Vicar), on 
Monday, 21 October 1901, Sponsors: 
Andrew Stuart, Sir John Pearce and 
Lady Muriel Close. 

COLMAN. Vol. 8, page 147.— Thomas 
William and Rosa Anne Colman have 
further issue a son, Arthur Henry 
Colman, born at 29 Castle Meadow, 
Norwich, 9 July 1902. 

COLYER-FERGUSSON. Vol. 4, page 
128. — Thomas Colyer and Beatrice 
Stanley Colyer-Fergusson have further 
issue a daughter, Beatrice Helen 
Valentine, born at 25 Chester Street, 
Belgrave Square, London, on Friday, 
14 February, baptised in the private 
chapel at Ightham Mote, co. Kent, 
18 April 1902. 

Beatrice Stanley, wife of Thomas 
ColyerColyer-Fergusson,diedat Ightham 



ADDITIONS (Sf CORRECTIONS. 



COLYER-FERGUSSON, continued. 
Mote on Tuesday, 17 June, buried at 
Ifield, CO. Kent, on Monday, 23 June 
1902. Administration, with will dated 
9 June 1902, was granted (Prin. Reg., 
32, 1902) 16 September 1902, to 
Thomas Colyer Colyer-Fergusson, the 
universal legatee. 

COMBER. Vol. 7, page 148.— Thomas 
Comber died suddenly at the Imperial 
Hotel, Blackpool, co. Lancaster, in his 
65 th year, on Friday, 24 January, 
buried at the parish church, Neston, co. 
Chester, on Tuesday, 28 January 1902. 
Edward, eldest son of Thomas 
Comber, was married at St. Thomas' 
Cathedral, Bombay, India, on Friday, 
31 January 1902, to Jane Frances 
Hartley, younger daughter of Captain 
Alfred Symons, Commodore of the 
Peninsular and Oriental S : m Naviga- 
tion Company's Fleet. 

COODE. Vol. 2, page 19. — Perceval [not 
Percival] Coode, D.S.O., Captain 2nd 
Battahon Duke of Wellington's (West 
Riding) Regiment, was killed in action 
at Hartenbosch, near Bultfontein, 
Orange River Colony, South Africa, 
in his 31st year, on Tuesday, 8 April 
igo2, and buried at Bultfontein the 
next day. Administration was granted 
at Exeter 30 October 1902, to Richard 
Carlyon Coode and Harold Coode, the 
brothers. 
COOKSON. Vol. 3, page 130.— Bryan 
Cookson was married at St. Augustme's, 
Hull, CO. York, on Wednesday, 2 April 
1902, to Annie, eldest daughter of the 
Rev. William Henry Abraham, B.D,, 
Vicar of St. Augustine's, Hull. 

Norah Emily, eldest daughter of 
Bryan Edward Cookson, was married at 
St. Michael-le-Belfrey's, York, on Wed- 
nesday, 16 July 1902, to Charles Watson, 
son of Jacob Watson of Thorpe-le-Street 
and Home-on-Spalding, co. York. 

Page 132 {and Addenda, Vol. 6, 
page m.)— Alfred Chorley and Elsie 
Marie Cookson have further issue a son, 
Edward Chorley Cookson, born at 44 
Argyle Road, West Ealing, co. Middle- 
sex, on Thursday, 8 May, baptised at 
St. Stephen's, Ealing, 22 June 1902. 

Page 134 {and Addenda, Vol. p, 
page /w.)— Montague Nesfield and Ellen 
Marie Cookson have issue a daughter, 
Olive Nesfield, born at Nuneaton, 
CO. Warwick, 27 June, baptised at St. 
Nicholas^ Nuneaton, 3 August 1902. 



COWPER-ESSEX. Vol. 6, page 11.— 
Henry Swainson Cowper was married 
at St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, South 
Kensington, London, on Tuesday, 
22 July 1902, to Amy Mary, elder 
daughter of Major-General Charles 
Stirling Dundas, formerly of the Royal 
Artillery, by Mary Louisa his wife, 
eldest daughter of Sir Norton Joseph 
KnatchbuU of Mershatn Hatch, co. 
Kent, loth Bart. ; born at Dinapore, 
India, 15 April 1863, and baptised tl;,ere. 

CRIPPS. Vol. 2, page 120 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 6, page iv.) — Frederick William 
Beresford and Constance Agnes Cripps 
have further issue a son, Philip Wilfred 
Cripps, born at Coxwell House, 
Cirencester, co. Gloucester, on Saturday, 
3 May, baptised at Cirencester 8 June 
1902. 

Egerton Tymewell Cripps was married 
at the Church of the Holy Innocents, 
Highnam, co. Gloucester, on Tuesday, 
26 August 1902, to Hilda Katharine 
Gambler, youngest daughter of Thomas 
Gambler Parry of Highnam Court, co. 
Gloucester, M.A., J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Gloucester, High Sheriff 1850, by 
Ethelinda his 2nd wife, daughter of the 
Very Rev. Francis Lear, Dean of 
Salisbury. 

CURE. Vol 2, page 23 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 8, page w.)— The Rev. Walter 
Robert Capel and Mary Lorenza Cure 
have issue a son, Walter Edward Cure, 
born at 39 Hawley Square, Margate, 
CO. Kent, on Tuesday, 20 May, baptised 
at St. John the Baptist's, Thanet, co. 
Kent, 14 June 1902. 

Page 24.— Alfred Capel Cure, Major 
Royal Field Artillery, was married at 
St. Jude's, Courtfield Gardens, South 
Kensington, London, on Saturday, 
30 August 1902, to Lilian St. George, 
daughter of the Rev. W. F. Gore. 

CURTOIS. Vol. I, page 172.— Peregrine 
Harvey Curtois was married at St. 
James', Wilcannia, New South Wales, 
II February 1902, to Dora, youngest 
daughter of Richard Oxenham and step- 
daughter of F. Bott of Burra House, 
Maclaren Street, Adelaide; born 22 
February 1881. 

Page 174.— Jessie, 3rd daughter of 
the Rev. Peregrine Curtois, died at The 
Lodge, Girton, near Cambridge, in her 
52nd year, on Tuesday, 7 January, 
buried in the cemetery at Branston, 



ADDITIONS (Sr" CORRECTIONS. 



CURTOIS, continued. 

near Lincoln, lo January 1902. M.I. 
Administration was granted at the 
Principal Registry 21 February 1902, 
to Arthur Curtois of The Grove, 
Nettleham Road, in the City of Lincoln, 
the natural and lawful brother and one 
of the next of kin. 

DARWIN. Vol. 4, page 116.— Sara [not 
Sarah] Price Ashburner, wife of William 
Erasmus Darwin, died in London, aged 
63, on Friday, 24 October, buried at 
North Stoneham, co. Hants, 28 October 
1902. 

DICKINSON. Vol. I, page 296.— 
Louisa, daughter of Charles Sampson 
Dickinson, was married at All Saints', 
Branston, co. Lincoln, on Wednesday, 
16 July 1902, to George Taylor 
Marriner, 2nd son of the Rev. John 
Stuart Marriner, D.D., LL.D., by 
Elizabeth his wife, daughter of George 
Taylor of Stanbury, co. York ; born at 
Silsden, co. York, 26 February, baptised 
there 17 April 1872. 

DIDHAM. Vol. 6, page 148 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 8, page vii.) — Chambers and Con- 
stance Violet Didham have issue a son, 
Richard Chambers Didham, born 
4 January, baptised at Tibshelf, co. 
Derby, 5 June 1902. 

DODDERIDGE. Vol. 8, page 52.— 
George and Fanny Dudderidge were 
married at Hillfarrance, co. Somerset, 

12 \not 14] April 1784. 

Emmanuel Cattle died at Hillfarrance 

13 March, buried there 19 March 1902. 
Page 54. — George Dudderidge died 

at his residence, 42 St. Mark's Road, 
North Kensington, London, aged 38, 
at 1.30 a.m. on Saturday, 7 June, 
buried in Kensington Cemetery at 
Hanwell, co. Middlesex, on Thursday, 
12 June r902. M.I. Administration 
was granted at the Principal Registry 

14 July 1902, to Louisa Dudderidge 
of 42 St. Mark's Road, North 
Kensington, the relict. 

Charles James and Herbert Orlando 
Dudderidge were baptised at the parish 
church, Hillfarrance, on Saturday, 15 
November 1902. 

EALES. Vol. I, page 59. — Lionel George 
Nuttall Eales, Major 2nd Battalion of 
the Buffs, died on board the hospital 
ship "Avoca" at Lorenzo Marques, 
aged 37, on Friday, 2 May 1902. 



EARLE. Page 108 of present volume. — 
Thomas Algernon and Edith Earle have 
issue a son, Hardman Alexander Mort 
Earle, born at Sandiway, co. Chester, 
on Tuesday, 19 August, baptised at 
Hartford, co. Chester, 29 September 
1902. 

EDWARDS. Vol. i, page 258 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 7, page iv.) — Edward 
Charles and Ellen Edgcome Edwards 
have issue a son, Theodore Henry 
Edgcome Edwards, born at Shian, 
Penzance, on Tuesday, 6 May, baptised 
at St. Mary's, Penzance, i July 1902. 

Page 262. — George Octavius Edwards 
died at Framlingham, co. Suffolk, aged 
75, on Wednesday, 12 March, buried 
there 17 March 1902. Will dated 
26 November 1900, proved at Ipswich 
16 April 1902, by Margaret and Louisa 
Edwards, the sisters, the Executrixes. 

EVANS. Vol. 4, page 96.— Edward 
Wallace Evans died at Exmouth, co. 
Devon, aged 57, on Saturday, 28 De- 
cember 1901, buried at Whitbourne, co. 
Hereford, i January 1902. Will dated 
19 November 1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 
30, 1902) 22 February 1902, by Frances 
Rhoda Evans and Francis Herbert 
Evans, the Executors. 

Patrick Fleming Evans died at 54 
Longridge Road, Earl's Court, London, 
aged 50, on Monday, 16 June, buried 
in the churchyard of St. Bartholomew's, 
Lower Sapey, co. Worcester, 20 June 
1902. Will dated 19 February 1902, 
proved in the Principal Registry 28 
August 1902, by Alice Emily Evans, 
the relict, and George Wayland 
Ancrum, the brother-in-law, two of the 
Executors. 

FANSHAWE. Vol. 6, page 116.— 
Richard P"anshawe died unmarried at 
Southbridge, Canterbury, New Zealand, 
aged 70, on Sunday, 13 July 1902. 

Gerard Lewis Fanshawe was promoted 
Major in the Royal Engineers 23 July 
1902. 

Herbert Cecil Fanshawe promoted 
Captain in the Submarine Miners 
Militia Engineers 19 March 1901. 

Reginald Winnington Fanshawe was 
promoted Captain in the Duke of 
Wellington's (West Riding) Regiment 
18 December 1899; served in South 
African War 1901-1902 (medal with 
clasp "Cape Colony"). 



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vu 



FELLOWES. Vol. 8, page loo.— The 
Rev. Henry John Fellowes died at his 
residence, Torridon, Bournemouth West, 
CO. Hants, in his 90th year, on Tuesday, 
15 April, buried at Over Wallop, co. 
Hants, 17 April 1902. Will dated 
12 August 1897, proved (Prin. Reg., 
I, 1902) 2 June 1902, by Edith Fellowes, 
the relict, the sole Executrix. 

Page 103. — Louisa Emily, widow of 
Horace Decimus Fellowes, died at 
Belmore, Bishop's Waltham, co. Hants, 
on Saturday, 7 June, buried in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, London, 10 June 1902. 
Will dated 30 June 1890, with codicil 
dated 18 March 1897, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 61, 1902) II July 1902, by 
Frederick Fellowes and the Rev. 
Edmund Horace Fellowes, the sons, 
and Thomas Soraers Vernon Cocks, the 
son-in-law, the Executors. 
FIELD. Vol. 3, page 84. — Arthur Burton 
Field was married at Richmond, Natal, 
South Africa, on Wednesday, 23 April 
1902, to Chris, daughter of C. Williams 
of Duxbury, Richmond, Natal. 

FLETCHER. Vol. 3, page 78.— WilHam 
Bainbrigge Fletcher was married 2ndly 
at the Catholic Church of the English 
Martyrs, Streatham, co. Surrey, on 
Tuesday, 29 July 1902, to Catherine 
Mary, eldest daughter of George Wadley, 
late of Springfield, Beulah Hill, co. 
Surrey, by Annie his wife, daughter of 
Henry Gascoyne of Richmond, co. 
York. 

FLOYER. Vol. 3, page 1 1 7 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 5, page iv.) — John Townsend 
Kirkwood died at Guimar, Teneriffe, 
aged 87, on Friday, 10 January 1902. 
Will dated i December 1900, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 26, 1902) 26 March 1902, 
by Hendley Paul Kirkwood, the son, 
the sole Executor. 

FOLJAMBE. Vol. i, page 45 (««^ 
Addenda, Vol. 3, page //.)— Godfrey 
Acheson Thornhagh and Judith Frances 
Foljambe had a son still-born at 
Banstead Manor, near Newmarket, 
CO. Cambridge, on Sunday morning, 
2 March, and was buried in the church- 
yard at Cheveley, co. Cambridge, on 
Tuesday, 4 March 1902. Mrs. Godfrey 
Acheson Thornhagh Foljambe was born 
at The Hayes, Swanwick, co. Derby, 
17 January 1873. 

Hubert Francis Fitzwilham Brabazon 
Foljambe, who has been serving in 
South Africa since 1900, was promoted 



FOLJAMBE, continued. 

Captain in the 3rd Battalion King's 
Royal Rifle Corps 4 October 1901, to 
date from 20 July 1901. 

Page 47. — Captain the Hon'''= Arthur 
William de Brito Savile Foljambe went 
out to South Africa with his regiment 
in December 1901, and is still serving 
there (medal with clasps). 

Page 49.— The Hon"' Gerald William 
Frederick Savile Foljambe served as 
A.D.C. to Major-General Sir William 
George Knox, K.C.B., at Kroonstad, 
Orange River Colony, South Africa, from 
21 April 1902, till his return to England 
25 July 1902 (medal with two clasps). 

The Hon^e Josceline Charles William 
Savile Foljambe was appointed a 2nd 
Lieutenant in the 4th Battalion (5th) 
Northumberland Fusiliers, quartered at 
Richmond Barracks, Dublin, 18 January 
1902 ; moved to Royal Barracks, 
Dublin, on Tuesday, 21 October 1902. 

FOOTE. Vol. 7, page 132 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 8, page zx.)— Charles Montagu and 
Norah Foot have further issue a son, 
Charles Ellis Isaac Foot, born at 
Weymouth, co. Dorset, on Thursday, 31 
October 1901, baptised on board H.M.S. 
"Agincourt," at Portland, 5 January 1 902. 

Geoffrey St. John and Margaret Foot 
have further issue a daughter, Mary 
L^onore, born 5 July, baptised at 
Collingwood, Ontario, Canada, 7 Sep- 
tember 1901. 

Richard Mildmay Foot served as 
Adjutant 2nd (Hertfordshire) Volunteer 
Battalion The Bedfordshire Regiment 
29 November 1895 to 23 November 
1899; in South African War 1899-1902, 
Special Service Officer 24 November 

1899, at the relief of Ladysmith, 
including operations on the Tugela 
Heights 14-27 February 1900 (wounded, 
mentioned in despatches, "London 
Gazette," 10 September 1901); Brigade- 
Major 16 July 1900, D.A.A.G. South 
Africa 10 November 1900, Brevet-Major 
Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 2 9 November 

1900, and substantive Major 27 August 
1902. He married 2ndly at Rondebosch, 
Cape Colony, 30 March 1902, Lucy 
Annie, eldest daughter of Richard Powell 
Cooper of Shenstone Court, near Lich- 
field, CO. Stafford, J.P., D.L. and County 
Councillor for co. Stafford, High Sheriff 

1901, by Elizabeth Anne his wife, eldest 
daughter of Elias Ashmole Ashmall of 
Hammerwich, co. Stafford. 



ADDITIONS b' CORRECTIONS. 



GALE. Vol. I, page 277. — Katherine 
Mary, widow of John Gale, died at 
II Garlinge Road, South borough, co. 
Kent, aged 70, on Tuesday, i July, 
buried at St. Peter's, Southborough, on 
Friday, 4 July 1902. Will dated 12 
February 1902, proved (Prin. Reg., 78, 
1902) 24 July 1902, by Thomas 
Askwith, the sole Executor. 

GARRETT. Vol. 5, page 140.— Percy 
Nathusius and Bessie Maria Garrett 
have further issue a son, Ralph Garrett, 
born at Earsdon, near Newcastle-on- 
Tyne, co. Northumberland, on Tuesday, 
28 October 1902. 

Page 144 (and Addenda, Vol. 7, 
page V.) — Frank and Evelyn Rosa 
Garrett have further issue a daughter, 
Helen Mabel, born at New Haven, 
Leiston, co. Suffolk, on Tuesday, 6 May, 
baptised at St. Margaret's, Leiston, 
4 June 1902. 

GERARD. Vol. 9, page 108.— The 
following crest was granted to William 
Cansfield, Baron Gerard, by Sir Albert 
William Woods, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., 
Garter, i March 1902 : — A lion rampant 
ermine, ducally crowned or, and charged 
on the shoulder with a saltire gules. 




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Colonel William Cansfield, 2nd Baron 
Gerard, died at Eastwell Park, co. Kent, 
aged 51, on Wednesday, 30 July, buried 
at Garswood, Newton-le-Willows, co. 
Lancaster, with military honours, on 
Monday, 4 August 1902. Will dated 
29 September 1899, with codicil dated 
15 June 1902, proved (Prin. Reg., 
28A, 1902) 16 August 1902, by Sir 
Martin Le Marchant Hadsley Gosselin, 
K.C.M.G., C.B., and Frederick Gerard, 
the Executors. 



GIBBINS. Vol. 7, page 115. — Beatrice 
Agnes, eldest daughter of Benjamin 
Thomas Gibbins, was married at St. 
Margaret's, Ilkley, co. York, 18 June 
1902, to Edward Fletcher of Ridge- 
mount, Ilkley, son of James Pearson 
Fletcher, by Elizabeth Catherine his 
wife, daughter of James Bond of 
Lancaster; born 16 January 1863. 

GIBBONS. Vol. 9, page 46.— The Rev. 
Thomas George and Ethel Harriet 
Ellen Gibbons have further issue a 
daughter, Elizabeth Joan, born at Wick- 
ham Bishops Rectory, co. Essex, on 
Friday, 21 February, baptised at 
Wickham Bishops 30 March 1902. 

GLAZEBROOK. Vol. 3, page 58.— 
Edward Collins Glazebrook died at 
Melbourne, Australia, 3 January 1902. 

James Francis Walmisley and Leila 
Mary Glazebrook have further issue a 
son, Philip Geddes Glazebrook, born at 
The Cottage, Grosvenor Road, Birken- 
head, CO. Chester, on Good Friday, 
28 March, baptised at St. Mark's, 
Birkenhead, 23 April 1902. 

GODDARD. Vol. 6, page 66.— Francis 
Warren Morrison Goddard was married 
at the Church of the Ascension, Salida, 
Colorado, U.S.A., on Monday, 21 April 
1902, to Elizabeth Gertrude, younger 
daughter of Paul Alonzo and Elizabeth 
Chamberlain Metzler of San Francisco, 
California, U.S.A. 

John May Goddard was married at 
the Church of the Ascension, Salida, 
Colorado, on Wednesday, 27 November 
1 90 1, to Mabel Amanda, elder daughter 
of Paul Alonzo and Elizabeth Chamber- 
lain Metzler of San Francisco, California. 
They have issue a daughter, Josephine 
Harriet, born at Salida, Colorado, 
25 September 1902. 

Page 67. — The Rev. Nigel Ernie 
Goddard was appointed to the Vicarage 
of Christ Church, Stafford, in July, and 
to the Chaplaincy of Stafford Union 
Workhouse in September 1901. 

Edward Charlton Lethbridge Goddard 
was born at Enfield Place, Edgbaston, 
CO. Warwick, 18 July 1867 [not 1866], 
baptised at Marston Chapel, Chapel-of- 
Ease to the parish church of Yardley, 
CO. Worcester, 16 August 1868. 

The Rev. Gerald Henry George 
Goddard was appointed Curate to the 
parish church of Tydd St. Mary, co. 
Lincoln, 28 June 1902. 



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IX 



GODDEN. Vol. 3, page 55. — Henry 
Tufton Godden, D.S.O., Major The 
Bedfordshire Regiment, has been 
granted his Majesty's Royal Licence 
and Authority that he may accept and 
wear the Insignia of the Third Class of 
the Imperial Ottoman Order of the 
Osmanieh, conferred upon him by the 
Khedive of Egypt in recognition of 
valuable" service rendered to his 
Highness. 

The Rev. Frederick Ernest Godden, 
Vicar of Hawley, co. Hants, was married 
at Holy Trinity, Hawley, on Tuesday, 
15 July 1902, to Edith Harriet, 3rd 
daughter of the Rev. John Ingram 
Penfold Wyatt, formerly Vicar of Holy 
Trinity, Hawley, by Harriet his wife, 
daughter of John Whittacre Tipping. 

Evelyn Maria Campbell, youngest 
daughter of the Rev. William Worcester 
Godden, and widow of the Rev. Henry 
Sockett, was married at Great Bealings, 
CO. Suffolk, 21 October 1902, to the 
Rev. Henry Louis Newman, Rector of 
Barlavington, co. Sussex, son of the 
Rev. William Newman, Rector of 
Sutton, CO. Sussex. 
GROOME. Vol. 5, page 22. — Francis 
Hindes Groome died, aged 50, on 
Friday, 24 January, buried at Monk 
Soham, co. Suffolk, 28 January 1902. 

GRUBBE. Vol. I, page 30.— George 
Charles Grubbe was married at Christ 
Church, Mayfair, London, on Tuesday, 
8 April 1902, to Dora Collingwood, 
daughter of Thomas Collingwood Chown 
of St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex. 

GWATKIN. Vol. 2, page 168.— Gwen- 
dolyn, elder daughter of George Leigh 
Gwatkin, was married at Elmstone, co. 
Kent, on Wednesday, 16 April 1902, 
to Barnett Dyer Lempriere Gray, D.S.O., 
Captain 2nd Battalion Essex Regiment ; 
born 22 August 1873. 

HARDWICKE. Vol. 4, page 132-— 
Heynes Roger Hardwicke died at 
Malvern Wells, co. Worcester, aged 85, 
II February, buried in the cemetery 
there 15 February 1901. Will dated 
5 November 1897, proved at Worcester 
29 April 1 90 1, by Walter Edward Perrin 
Hardwicke, William Murray Hardwicke, 
and Edgar Avery-Jones, M.D., the 
Executors. 

Page 133. — Eugene Hardwicke died 
at Union Street, Sheffield, co. York, 
aged 80, 23 August, buried in Sheffield 
General Cemetery 27 August 1900. Will 



HARDWICKE, continued. 

dated 11 November 1893, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1518, 1900) 26 November 1900, 
by Richard Reece Hardwicke and 
Mary Susan James, wife of William 
Dale James, the Executors. His 2nd 
wife, Martha Anne, died at Ordnance 
House, Gun Wharf, Chatham, co. Kent, 
26 October, buried at Chatham 30 
October 1901. Administration was 
granted at the Principal Registry 24 May 
1902, to Colonel Edward John de Salis 
of Ordnance House, Gun Wharf, 
Chatham, the natural and lawful brother, 
and one of the next of kin. 

Page 134. — Mary Perton, 3rd daughter 
of Edward Arthur Hardwicke, was 
married at Bulwer, Natal, South Africa, 
on Thursday, 26 December 1901, to 
Albert Arthur Banister, Sub-Inspector 
Natal Police, youngest son of Edward 
Banister of Lewisham, co. Kent. 

Page 135. — Oswald Baldry Hardwicke 
and his twin sister, Etheldreda Baldry 
Hardwicke, were born 24 March \not 
13 February] 1880. 

William Perton Allen Hardwicke was 
registered as a Surgeon May 1902. 

Page 136. — Ernest Henry Hardwicke 
died s.p. at Blackburn, co. Lancaster, 18 
February, buried there 21 February 1902. 

HASLEWOOD. Vol. 7, page 134.— 
Charles George Bering Haslewood is 
now Captain Gold Coast Regiment (West 
African Frontier Force), and has been 
granted the West African medal with clasp 
1897-98, the Ashanti medal 1900, with 
clasp for Kumasi, and the Coronation 
medal on Tuesday, 12 August 1902. 

HEATHCOTE. Vol. 8, page 4.— Spencer 
Gilbert Heathcote, of the North-West 
Mounted Police, was drowned in- the 
Stickine River, Yukon Territory, 
Canada, 24 December 1901, his body 
was recovered 10 May 1902, and was 
buried in Fort Wrangel, Alaska. 

HEBERDEN. Vol. 9, page 59.— Nora 
Frances, youngest daughter of the Rev. 
Henry Buller Heberden, was married at 
Oddington, co. Gloucester, on Wednes- 
day, 20 August 1902, to the Rev. Philip 
Harold Rogers, younger son of William 
Fletcher Rogers of High Lea, Oswestry, 
CO. Salop; born at Oswestry 3 November 
187 1 ; educated at Uppingham School 
and at Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated 15 October 1890, aged 18, 
B.A. 1893, M.A. 1897 ; Vicar of South 
Petherton, co. Somerset. 



ADDITIONS 6- CORRECTIONS. 



HERBERT. Vol. 3, page 122.— Colonel 
Ivor John Caradoc Herbert, C.B., 
C.M.G., has received the permission of 
the King to accept and wear the Cross 
of an Officer of the Legion of Honour, 
which the President of the French 
Republic has conferred upon him in 
recognition of his services when in charge 
of the foreign representatives attached 
to the British Army in South Africa. 

Page 123 {and Addenda, Vol. J, 
page vi.) — Edmund Arthur and Ethel 
Herbert have further issue a daughter, 
Mary Katherine, born at Newbridge, 
CO. Kildare, on Tuesday, i October, 
baptised there 15 October 1901. 
Edmund Arthur Herbert was promoted 
Major in the 6th Inniskilling Dragoons 
in South Africa 1902. 

Page 124. — Henrietta Mary Arienwen, 
elder daughter of John Arthur Edward 
Herbert, was married at Bath, co. 
Somerset, 24 November i8g8, to 
the Hon'''= Walter Constable Maxwell, 
5th son of William Constable Maxwell, 
loth Baron Herries, by Marcia his wife, 
eldest daughter of the Hon'''^ Sir 
Edward Marmaduke Stourton Vavasour 
of Hazlewood, co. York, ist Bart.; born 
13 August 1849; Major 4th Battalion 
The King's (Liverpool) Regiment since 
28 May 1890. 

Florence Catherine Mary, wife of 
Joseph Monteith, died 21 January, 
buried at the Catholic Church, Lanark, 
24 January 1900. 

HILL. Vol. 4, page roy. — Thomas Rowley 
Hill died at St. Catherine's Hill, 
Worcester, aged 80, on Friday, 9 October, 
buried in the cemetery, Worcester, 1 2 
October 1896. Will dated 21 August 
1888, with codicil dated 4 August 1892, 
proved at Worcester 30 December 1896, 
by Thomas William Hill and Edward 
Henry Hill, the surviving Executors. 

HOBLYN. Vol. I, page 183 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 8, page xi.) — Reginald Armstrong 
and Alice Maudlaine Hoblyn have further 
issue a son, Donald Robert Armstrong 
Hoblyn, born at St. Columb, Walton- 
on-Thames, co. Surrey, on Monday, 
21 July 1902. 

Page 184. — James Blatch Philip 
Hoblyn died at his residence, 47 
Wellington Road, St. John's Wood, 
London, in his 91st year, on Tuesday, 
31 December 1901, buried in Padding- 
ton Cemetery, Willesden Lane, Kilburn, 
CO. Middlesex, 4 January 1902. Will 



HOBLYN, continued. 

dated 30 March 1886, with four codicils 
dated respectively 20 April 1887, 
27 March 1888, 27 December 1893, 
and 23 January 1898, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 93, 1902) 27 January 1902, by 
William Stuartson Collard and Richard 
Armstrong Hoblyn, the Executors. 

HOPKINS. Vol. 8, page 33.— Francis 
Henry Hopkins died suddenly on 
Monday, 29 September, buried in the 
cemetery at Henfield, co. Sussex, 
4 October 1902. 

HOWARD. Vol. I, page 92.— Colonel 
Henry Richard Lloyd Howard, C.B., 
served in the Zulu Campaign 1879 
(medal with clasp), and commanded the 
9th (Welsh Battalion) Imperial Yeo- 
manry in South African War 1900 
-1901 (medal with foui clasps, 
mentioned in despatches, " London 
Gazette," 10 September 1901); awarded 
C.B. 29 November 1900. His only 
son, Henry Cecil Lloyd Howard, was 
appointed 2nd Lieutenant 16th Lancers 
9 March 1901, and served in the South 
African War 1901-1902 (medal with 
four clasps). 

HOWARD. Vol. 1, page 187.— Colonel 
Frederick Compton Howard, J. P. for 
the West Riding, co. York, is now of 
66 Esplanade, Scarborough, co. York. 

HUTCHISON. Vol. 5, page 69.— Bertha 
Ellen Hutchison served as a nurse in 
South African War (medal). 

Page 69 {and Addenda, Vol. 8, page 
xi.) — Robert Schlesinger and Winifred 
Maud Hutchison have issue a son, 
Robert Joe Hutchison, born at Newton 
Abbot, CO. Devon, 9 October, baptised 
at St. Paul's, Newton Abbot, 5 November 
1901. 

Page 69. — Charles Michael Daunais 
died 10 May, buried at Battleford, 
North-West Territory, Canada, 13 May 
1901. 

Alexander Richard Hamilton Hutchi- 
son was promoted Captain Royal 
Marine Light Infantry 6 December 
1897, and served in the South African 
War on Special Service 3 February 1900 
to 29 October 1902 ; employed with 
Transports (graded D.A.A.G.), South 
Africa (medal with three clasps). 

George Hutchison was promoted 
Lieutenant Indian Staff Corps (22nd 
Bombay Infantry) 20 April 1899; served 
in China War 1901 (medal). 



ADDITIONS &> CORRECTIONS. 



JERMYN. Vol. 3, page 173.— Willoughby 
and Irene Frances Jermyn have further 
issue a daughter, Kathleen Jermyn, born 
at Yass, New South Wales, 22 April, 
baptised at St. Clement's, Yass, 16 June 
1 90 1. Their daughter. Beryl Jean {see 
Addenda, Vol. 8, page xii. ), was baptised 
at St. Clement's, Yass, 9 April 1899. 

JOHNSON. Vol. 2, page 6.— Eliza Mary, 
2nd wife of the Rev. Robert Johnson, 
died 14 February, buried at Hornchurch, 
CO. Essex, 19 February 1902. 

JOSSELYN. Vol. 2, page 42. — In line 2, 
column 2, Captain John Parker Forth 
should read'^dhn Forth, Lieutenant R.N. 

KITCHENER. Vol. 7, page 6.— Lord 
Kitchener was created, on the conclusion 
of the War in South Africa, a Viscount 
of the United Kingdom by style of 
Viscount Kitchener of Khartoum, and of 
the Vaal in the colony of the Transvaal, 
and of Aspall in the county of Suffolk, 
28 July 1902 ; received the Order of 
Merit from H.M. the King at Bucking- 
ham Palace on his arrival in London 
from South Africa, on Saturday, 12 July 
1902. 

Page 7. — Major-General Frederick 
Walter Kitchener was gazetted (31 Oc- 
tober 1902) C.B. to date from 22 August 
1902. 

LAWRENCE. Vol. 6, page 79.— Ellen 
Mary, eldest daughter of Alfred Law- 
rence, was married at Essex Church, 
The Mall, Kensington, London, on 
Friday, 5 February 1902, to the Rev. 
William Jenkin Davies of Mountpot- 
tinger, Belfast, son of David Davies of 
Gelli Isaf, Trecynon, Aberdare, co. 
Glamorgan ; born at David Street, 
Trecynon, 30 January 1858. 

LEE. Vol. 2, page 63.— The Rev. 
Frederick George Lee died at 22 Earl's 
Court Gardens, London, aged 70, on 
Thursday, 23 January, buried in 
Brookwood Cemetery, Woking, co. 
Surrey, 27 January 1902. Will dated 
12 August 1894, proved (Prin. Reg., 
39, 1902) 21 April 1902, by Gordon 
Ambrose de Lisle Lee and Leonard 
Miles Henry Lee, two of the residuary 
legatees named in the will. 

LEICESTER, Vol. 8, page 157.— 
Colonel Thomas William, Viscount 
Coke, was nominated M.V.O. (4th-class) 
28 May 1901, and gazetted (31 October 
1902) C.M.G. to date from 22 August 
1902. 



LEICESTER, continued. 

Page 158. — Clement Coke died at 
Davos-Platz, aged 39, on Monday, 
2 December 1901. 

LEVESON GOWER. Vol. i, page 23 
{and Addenda, Vol. 6, page vii.) — 
The Rev. Frederick Archibald Gresham 
and Cecil Eyre Leveson Gower have 
issue a daughter, Freda Sophia Gresham, 
born at 3 Victoria Crescent, Southsea, 
CO. Hants, on Wednesday, 4 January, 
baptised at St. Mary's Parish Church, 
Portsea, co. Hants (by the Rev. Cosmo 
Gordon Lang, the Vicar), 20 February 
1899 (Sponsors : The Rev. Cosmo 
Gordon Lang [afterwards Bishop of 
Stepney], Lady Culme Seymour and 
Miss Mildred Greenwell). The Rev. 
Frederick Archibald Gresham Leveson 
Gower has been Vicar of St. Nicholas', 
Linton, co. Kent, since 1901. 

Page 24. — Cecil Octavius Gresham 
Leveson Gower was married at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, London, 
II December 1899, to Mary, daughter 
of Philip de Clermont of Ivy House, 
Godstone, co. Surrey. They have 
issue a son, Roderick Granville 
Howard Gresham Leveson Gower, 
born on Saturday, 20 October, bap- 
tised at Titsey, co. Surrey (by the 
Rev. Frederick Archibald Gresham 
Leveson Gower), 6 December 1900 
(Sponsors : Granville Charles Gresham 
Leveson Gower, Frank Bristowe and 
Katharine Ursula Gresham Leveson 
Gower). Cecil Octavius Gresham 
Leveson Gower entered the Agricultural 
College, Cirencester, 1893, w)iere he 
obtained his diploma in 1895. 

Clement Edward Gresham Leveson 
Gower was gazetted Lieutenant 2nd 
Battalion (Prince Albert's) Somerset- 
shire Light Infantry 13 October 1900, 
and served in the South African War 
1 901-1902 (medal with three clasps). 

LILLINGSTON. Vol. 9, page 37.— 
Lydia, widow of the Rev. Edward 
Lillingston, died at Penzance, co. Corn- 
wall, in her 78th year, on Sunday, 
23 March, buried at Gulval, co. Corn- 
wall, 27 March 1902. Will dated 
9 October 1901, proved at Bodmin 
19 April 1902, by George Brooks Percy 
Spooner Lillingston and Thomas Henry 
Cornish, the Executors. 

George Brooks Percy Lillingston of 
Ferriby, Penzance, co. Cornwall, was 



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ADDITIONS &> CORRECTIONS. 



LILLINGSTON, continued. 

married at St. Jude's, South Kensington, 
London (by the Rev. Septimus Ernest 
Luke Lillingston, brother of the bride- 
groom, assisted by the Bishop of 
Bathurst), on Thursday, 6 June 1895, 
to Mary Ethel Louisa, daughter of 
Lancelot Llewellyn Haslope of High- 
bury House, Falmouth, co. Cornwall. 
She was born 6 June 1863. They have 
issue two daughters, Adena Ernestine 
Lydia, born at Ferriby, Penzance, on 
Thursday, 12 March, baptised at St. 
Paul's, Penzance, 18 April 1896; and 
Ethel Loveday, born at Ferriby, Pen- 
zance, on Sunday, 19 March, baptised 
at St. Paul's, Penzance, 15 April 1899. 
Page 38. — Knight Lillingston was 
drowned on the 3rd or 4th March 1902, 
in a flood of the Sacramento River, 
California, U.S.A. 

LINDSAY. Vol. 4, page 106. — Leonard 
Cecil Colin Lindsay was married at St. 
Mary's Domestic Chapel, Courtfield, co. 
Hereford (by His Eminence Cardinal 
Vaughan, Archbishop of Westminster, 
uncle of the bride), on Thursday, 23 
January 1902, to Clare, eldest daughter 
of Colonel Francis Baynham Vaughan of 
Courtfield, J. P. and D.L. for co. Hereford 
and J. P. for co. Monmouth, by Caroline 
Ruth his wife, daughter of Charles 
Alexander Pope of St. Louis, U.S.A. 

LITTLE. Vol. 5, page 86.— Anne Esther 
Maria, wife of the Rev. Thomas Palling 
Little, died at Edge Vicarage, co. 
Gloucester, on Thursday, 12 June 1902 , 
buried at Edge 18 June 1902. 

Page 89. — Francis Ernest Little was 
married 2ndly at St. John-the-Baptist's, 
Bishopsteignton, co. Devon, on Tuesday, 
I July 1902, to Lilian Lewis, younger 
daughter of Michael Lewis Brown of 
Keittos, Bishopsteignton, by Edith Sarah 
his wife, daughter of W. N. Allford. 

LITTLEDALE. Vol. i, page 238.— 
Henry Ambrose Pudsay Littledale was 
gazetted Lieutenant in the King's Own 
Yorkshire Light Infantry i o August 1900. 
Page 239. — Ralph Pudsay Littledale 
was promoted Lieut.-Colonel Royal 
Engineers 18 January 1902. 

LOCKET. Vol. 8, page 21.— Frank and 
Margaret Alice Cookman Locket have 
further issue a daughter, Margaret 
Kathleen, born at Brantingham, Sidcup 
Hill, Foot's Cray, co. Kent, on Tuesday, 
8 July, baptised at the parish church. 
Foot's Cray, 7 September 1902. 



LOCKETT. Vol. 2, page 109.— William 
Jeffery Lockett was gazetted Captain 
I St (King's) Dragoon Guards 4 July 
1900; served in South African War 
1899-1902, and was mentioned in 
despatches by Lord Roberts, "London 
Gazette," 11 September 1901, for special 
and meritorious service ; appointed 
Companion D.S.O. 27 November 1901; 
appointed Second in Command of the 
7th Battalion Imperial Yeomanry, with 
temporary rank of Major, 17 February 
1902 ; now Adjutant to the Lancashire 
Hussars Imperial Yeomanry. 

LOCOCK. Vol. 9, page 155. — Sir Charles 
Bird and Christine Maria Locock have 
issue a daughter, Dorothy Christine, 
born at 2 Bickenhall Mansions, London, 
on Monday, 14 April 1902. 

Page 156. — Abbie, 3rd daughter of 
the Rev. Jonas King, D.D., and wife of 
Sidney Locock, was born 7 May 1836, 
and married at Athens, Greece, 5 May 
1859. 

Herbert Wheatley Ridsdale was born 
at Rainhill, co. Lancaster, 28 March 
1870; Hilda Mary, his wife, younger 
daughter of Sidney Locock, was born 
at 21 South Audley Street, London, 
28 January 1866. 

LONGDEN. Vol. 9, page 44.— Wilfrid 
Maurice Murray Longden was married 
at Sunninghill, co. Berks, 30 October 
1 901, to Helen, youngest daughter of 
General James Maurice Primrose, C.S.I., 
by Elizabeth his wife, 3rd daughter of 
the Rev. George de la Poer Hamilton 
Beresford. 

LYSTER. Vol. 4, page 122. — Lieut.- 
Colonel Frederic Torrens Lyster died 
at Warren House, Dawlish, co. Devon, 
on Wednesday, 17 September, buried at 
Cofton, CO. Devon, 20 September 1902. 

MADDISON. Vol. 5, page 151 l^and 
Addenda, Vol. p, page ix.) — Henry 
George Maddison was mentioned in 
Lord Kitchener's final despatch dated 
23 June 1902 (South African medal with 
one clasp and King's medal with two 
clasps). 

Christopher Ralph Maddison received 
a medal and two clasps for the Tirah 
Campaign, and the South African medal 
with four clasps. 

Humphrey Maddison received medal 
with two clasps for the Tirah Campaign, 
and the South African medal with four 
clasps, and King's medal with two 
clasps. 



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MAITLAND. Vol. 3, page 32.— Frederick 
Maitland died at 18 Primrose Hill 
Road, London, aged 79, on Wednesday, 
16 April, buried in Woking Cemetery, 
CO. Surrey, 18 April 1902. Will 
dated 10 August 1863, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 46, 1902) 18 June 1902, by Emma 
Knox Maitland, the relict, the sole 
Executrix. 
MARKHAM. Vol. 2, page 31. —Catharine, 
widow of William Orlando Markham, 
died at 4 Cresswell Gardens, South 
Kensington, London, in her 85th year, 
on Tuesday, 21 January, Requiem Mass 
at the Pro-Cathedral, Kensington, on 
Monday, 27 January, buried in Woking 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, 27 January 1902. 
Will dated 24 November 1901, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 118, 1902) 21 April 1902, by 
William Henry Whyte, James Augustus 
Poland and Henry William Kennedy 
Markham, the Executors. 
MARTEN. Vol. 6, page 62.— Lilian 
Jeannette, Sth daughter of Charles Henry 
Marten, was married at St. James', 
Kidbropk, co. Kent, on Wednesday, 
31 July 1902, to Walter Henry Chitty 
of Stratheden House, Blackheath, co. 
Kent, 2nd son of General Walter 
Theodore Chitty, Indian Staff Corps; 
born 2 October 1867; M.A. of 
Cambridge. 
MARTYN. Vol. 2, page 82.— William 
Waddon Martyn was married at Child- 
wall, CO. Lancaster, 17 June 1902, to 
Kathleen Maud, daughter of Frederic 
Berners Wilson of Olive Vale, Wavertree, 
CO. Lancaster. 

Robert Waddon Martyn was married 
at Launceston, co. Cornwall, 8 February 
1902, to Annie Maria, only daughter 
of Richard Tremaine of Trethurffe, 
Ladock, co. Cornwall. 

Page 83.— Philip Docton Martyn was 
married at All Saints', Cheltenham, co. 
Gloucester, on Thursday, 3 April 1902, 
to Agnata Mary Neale, 2nd daughter of 
William Neale Bubb of 4 Keynsham 
Bank, Cheltenham. 
MASTER. Vol. 6, page 141.— Eleanor 
Frances, only child of Robert Edward 
Master, was married at St. Michael's, 
Chester Square, London, on Wednesday, 
II December 1 901, to Walter Septimus 
Curtis, 2nd surviving son of John Curtis 
of Heaton Mersey, co. Lancaster, by 
Juliana his wife, daughter of John 
Davies of Victoria Park, Manchester ; 
born 23 January 1872. 



MASTER, continued. 

Page 142.— The Rev. Oswald Master 
died at his residence, St. Arvan's Court, 
Chepstow, CO. Monmouth, aged 73, on 
Friday, 15 November, buried at St. 
Arvan's on Thursday, 21 November 
1901. Will dated 10 February 1874, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 47, 1901) 27 
December 1901, by AUce Elizabeth 
Master, the relict, the sole Executrix. 

MELLOR. Vol. 3, page 87.-Alfred 
Shaw Mellor, was married at St. Mary 
Abbott's, Kensington, London, on 
Saturday, 19 April 1902, to the Hon'''= 
Dora Marion, only daughter of the 
Rt. Hon'''' Sir Richard Everard, Baron 
Alverstone, P.C, G.C.M.G., LL.D. 

METHOLD. Vol. r, page 145.— Mary 
Ellen, wife of Thomas Tindal Methold, 
died at Hepworth, co. Suffolk, on 
Thursday, 2 October, buried there on 
Monday, 6 October 1902. 

MIDDLETON. Vol. 9, page 131.— 
The Hon'''' Leopold Vincent Harold 
Willoughby was born at Birdsall \not 
Settrington], co. York, 19 November 
1851. 

MIDLETON. Vol. 5, page 100.— William 
John Henry Brodrick was married at 
the Church of St. Cross Hospital, 
Winchester, co. Hants, on Saturday, 
7 June 1902, to Blanche Sophia Emily, 
elder daughter of Frederick Arthur 
Hawker of Wickham, co. Hants. 

MOLESWORTH. Vol. 3, page 37.— 
Beatrice Anne, widow of the Rev. Sir 
Hugh Henry Molesworth, Bart., died 
at 70 Elm Park Gardens, London, on 
Monday, 3 March, buried in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, London, on Thursday, 
6 March 1902. Will dated 7 December 
1896, with two codicils dated respectively 
14 December 1896 and 3 May 1901, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 104, 1902) 14 April 
1902, by Charles Glynn Prideaux-Brune 
and the Rev. Edward Shapland 
Prideaux-Brune, the Executors. 

MOLESWORTH ST. AUBYN. 

Vol. 4, page I.— The Rev. St. Aubyn 
Hender Molesworth St. Aubyn was 
married 2ndly at St. Columb Minor, 
CO. Cornwall, on Tuesday, 2 September 
1902, to Ingeborg Alfhild, eldest 
daughter of Johan Viggo Sigvald Muller 
of Beaucliffe House, Newquay, _ co. 
Cornwall, by Anna Dorothea Adriette 
his wife, daughter of the Rev. Jens 
Christian Schmidt. 



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NAPLETON. Vol. 4, page 40.— 
Georgiana Sarah, widow of the Rev. 
John Charles Napleton, died at 14 Rue 
de Briques, Monaco, aged 86, on 
Friday, 4 April, buried at Monaco 

6 April 1902. Administration was 
granted at the Principal Registry 
20 May 1902, to Ada Georgina Louis 
of 14 Rue de Briques, Monaco, the 
natural and lawful daughter and one of 
the next of kin. 

NEWDIGATE. Vol. 7, page 56.— 
Lieut. -General Sir Edward Newdigate- 
Newdegate, K.C.B., died at Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, on Friday, i August, buried 
at Astley, co. Warwick, on Thursday, 

7 August 1902. Will dated 12 July 1887, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 7, 1902) September 
1902, by Dame Anne Emily Newdigate- 
Newdegate, the relict, the sole Executrix. 

NORRIS. Vol. 6, page 1 11.— Sophia 
Morel), widow of the Rev. Charles 
Norris, died 2 December, buried at 
Norwich 5 December 1901. Will dated 
I November 1894, proved (Prin. Reg., 
27, 1902) 9 January 1902, by the Rev. 
Francis Bishop, the sole Executor. 

OLIVER. Vol. 2, page 145. — Thomas 
William Oliver, Commander R.N., died 
at his residence, 16 De Parys Avenue, 
Bedford, in his 70th year, 26 December, 
buried in the cemetery at Bedford 
30 December 1901. Will dated 21 
January 1889, with codicil dated 
28 April 1901, proved (Prin. Reg., 
10, 1902) 22 March 1902, by Vere 
Langford Oliver, the nephew, Hectorine 
May Ohver, the relict, and Henry 
George Green of Southampton, the 
Executors. 

Page 146. — Amy, wife of Charles 
Langford Oliver, died at Boscombe, co. 
Hants, in her 66th year, 10 April, buried 
in the cemetery at Boscombe (Catholic 
portion) 14 April 1902. 

Richard LangfordOliverdied suddenly 
at Whitmore Lodge, Sunninghill, co. 
Berks, during the "exeat" from Charter- 
house, in his 1 6th year, on Sunday, 
2 March, buried in the churchyard at 
Sunningdale, co. Berks, on Wednesday, 
5 March 1902. 

OLLIVANT. Vol. 6, page 17 (and 
Addenda, Vol. g. page xi.) — John 
Spencer Ollivant, Captain Royal 
Artillery, received the D.S.O. at the 
Investiture at Buckingham Palace on 
Friday, 24 October 1902. 



PACK-BERESFORD. Vol. 8, page 
168. — Arthur William Pack-Beresford, 
Brevet-Major Royal Artillery, serving as 
Major with South African Constabulary, 
died of enteric fever at Bloemfontein, 
Orange River Colony, South Africa, 
aged 33, on Tuesday 4 March 1902. 
Will dated 29 November 1899, proved 
in the Principal Registry, Dublin, 
7 June 1902, by Hugh de la Poer 
Pack-Beresford, the brother, the sole 
Executor. He served throughout the 
South African Campaign in Roberts' 
Horse, which he commanded (severely 
wounded), and in the South African 
Constabulary, and was present at the 
relief of Kimberley, at the engagements 
of Paardeberg, Driefontein, Diamond 
Hill and Wittebergen, for which services 
he was twice mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 8 February and 10 
September 1901, Brevet of Major. 

PACKE. Vol. 8, page 103. — Louisa Emily, 
widow of Horace Decimus Fellowes, 
died at Belmore, Bishop's Waltham, co. 
Hants, on Saturday, 7 June, buried in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 10 
June 1902. Will dated 30 June 1890, 
with codicil dated 18 March 1897, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 6r, 1902) 11 July 
1902, by Frederick Fellowes and the 
Rev. Edmund Horace Fellowes, the sons, 
and Thomas Somers Vernon Cocks, the 
son-in-law, the Executors. 

PARIS. Vol. 2, page 65. — Thomas Paris 
married istly Mary Eleanor, sister of 
George Payne, and daughter of George 
[not Rene] Payne, the elder, by Mary 
Eleanor his wife, daughter of Ralph 
William Grey of Backworth. 

Page 67. — Archibald Paris was pro- 
moted Major Royal Marine Artillery 
18 August 1898, and served in South 
African War 1899-1902, Special Service 
Officer Rhodesian Field Force, in com- 
mand of a column (mentioned in 
despatches, "London Gazette," ii April 
and 17 June 1902, brevet of Lieut.- 
Colonel 26 June 1902). 

PARLEY. Vol. 8, page 15.— Winifred 
Beatrice Hall, wife of Lieut.-Colonel 
Hugh Hovel Thurlow, was born at 
Manadon, co. Devon, 4 February 1859. 

PAULL. Vol. I, page ir (and Addenda, 
Vol. g, page xi.) — James Philip and 
Catherine Stuart Paull have issue a 
daughter, Frances Mary Vivian, born 23 
February, baptised at St. Piran's, Per- 
ranarworthal, co. Cornwall, 6 April 1902. 



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PERCEVAL. Vol. 6, page 91.— Norman 
Spencer Perceval died very suddenly, 
aged 64, on Wednesday, i October, 
cremated at Woking, co. Surrey, 
6 October 1902, the ashes being interred 
in Ealing Cemetery, co. Middlesex. 
Will dated 18 August 1902, proved in 
the Principal Registry 15 November 
1902, by Dudley Perceval, the cousin, 
P'rederick Maurice and Edwin 
Richardson Goolden, the Executors. 

PERCIVAL. Vol. 2, page 69.— Stanley 
Percival died at The Hermitage, 
Woking, CO. Surrey, in his 82nd year, 
on Thursday, 11 September, buried at 
St. John's, Woking, 15 September 1902. 
Will dated 14 February 1902, proved 
in the Principal Registry 3 November 
1902, by the Rev. Stanley Edward 
Percival, the son, and Margaret Ellen 
Percival, the daughter, the Executors. 

PEREN. Vol. 9, page 151.— William 
Henry Crisp died at I'he Cedars, Great 
Bealings, co. Suffolk, aged 47, on 
Sunday, i June, buried at Playford, co. 
Suffolk, on Thursday, 5 June 1902. 
Will dated 18 May 1883, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 78, 1902) 18 July 1902, by 
Frederick Arthur Crisp, one of the 
Executors. 

PERROTT. Vol. I, page 272.— Colonel 
Sir Herbert Perrott, Bart, was married 
at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, 
on Tuesday, 10 December 1901, to 
Ethel Lucy, eldest daughter of Marcus 
Stanley Hare, Captain R.N., of Court 
Grange, Newton Abbot, co. Devon 
(who was drowned with all hands when 
in command of H.M.S. "Eurydice"), 
by Matilda his wife, daughter of WilH m 
Tollemache and Lady Anna Maria St. 
Maur his wife. Colonel Sir Herbert 
Perrott, Bart., was created a C.B. (civil 
division) for services in connection with 
the South African War November 1902^ 

PIXLEY. Vol. 7, page 30.— CaroHne, 
widow of Thomas William Pixley, died 
at 4 Argyll Mansions, Kensington, 
London, in her Bist year, on Saturday, 
22 February, buried at Freshwater, Isle 
of Wight, 25 February 1902. Will 
dated 3 March 1898, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 96, 1902) 8 April 1902, by Francis 
William Pixley, the son, and Thomas 
Layton, the Executors. 

Page 31. — Jocelyn Francis Renton 
Pixley was gazetted Lieutenant King's 
Royal Rifle Corps 9 October 1901. 



PIXLEY, continued. 

Emmeline Ada Caroline, daughter of 
Thomas William Pixley, was married at 
St. Barnabas', Kensington, London, on 
Tuesday, 4 March 1902, to Charles 
James Watson Munro of Norton, 
Stockton-on-Tees, co. Durham, son of 
Henry Watson Munro, by Louisa his 
wife, daughter of Samuel Cleaver ; born- 
20 January 1849. 

PLATT-HIGGINS. Vol. i, page loi.— 
Martha Elizabeth, wife of Edward 
Platt-Higgins, died at Rathcoole, Fitz- 
william Park, Belfast, 9 June, buried in 
the City Cemetery, Belfast, 12 June 
1902. Administration was granted at 
Belfast 4 August 1902, to Edward 
Platt-Higgins of Rathcoole, Fitzwilliam 
Park, Belfast, the lawful husband. 

Page loi (and Addenda, Vol. 7, 
page p.) — Francis Meban and Ethel 
Dorothy Platt-Higgins have further issue 
a son, Edward Brian Platt-Higgins, born 
at Westfield, Little Shelford, co. Cam- 
bridge, on Friday, 25 July, baptised at 
Little Shelford on Tuesday, 19 August 
1902. 

Page 103. — Frances Mary, widow of 
George Higgins, died at Southport, co. 
Lancaster, in her 77th year, on Sunday, 
1 2 October, buried in St. Paul's, Kersal, 
Manchester, 15 October 1902. Will 
dated 6 March 1901, proved in the 
Principal Registry 5 November 1902, 
by Cuthbert James Taylor and Walter 
Platt-Higgins, the son, the Executors. 

Page 104. — Mary, wife of Harris 
Hills, died, in her 55th year, on 
Tuesday, 7 October, buried at White 
Colne, CO. Essex, 10 October 1902. 

POLE-CAREW. Vol 5, page 146 [and 
Addenda, Vol. 8, page a:w.)— Major- 
General Sir Reginald and Lady Beatrice 
Frances Elizabeth Pole-Carew have 
issue a son, John Gawen Pole-Carew, 
born at 32 Wilton Place, London, on 
Tuesday, 4 March, baptised at St. 
Michael's, Chester Square, London, 17 
April 1902. 

Page 147.— Frances Anne, widow of 
William Henry Pole-Carew, died at her 
residence, Sconner, co. Cornwall, on 
Friday, 10 October, buried at Antony, 
CO. Cornwall, 14 October 1902. 

POWELL-COTTON. Vol. 9, page 
60.— Matilda Christina, widow of Henry 
Horace Powell-Cotton, was married 
2ndly at St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, 



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ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



POWELL-COTTON, continued. 

London, on Thursday, 2 January 1902, 
to John Burder Dunning, eldest son of 
Simon Dunning of Winkleigh, North 
Devon, by EHzabeth Mary his wife, 
daughter of John Burder of 27 
Parliament Street, London. 

PRICE. Vol. 2, page 160. — Mary 
Catherine, wife of Howel John James 
Price, died at Greensted Hall, Ongar, 
CO. Essex, aged 43, on Thursday, 
20 March, buried at Greensted 27 March 
1902. 

PRIDEAUX-BRUNE. Vol. 2, page 
98.— The Hon^e Ellen Jane, wife of 
Charles Glynn Prideaux-Brune, died at 
Prideaux Place, Padstow, co. Cornwall, 
aged 78, on Friday, 12 September, buried 
at Padstow 16 September 1902. 

Page 100. — Beatrice Anne, youngest 
daughter of Charles Prideaux-Brune, and 
widow of the Rev. Sir Hugh Henry 
Molesworth, died at 70 Elm Park 
Gardens, London, on Monday, 3 March, 
buried in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London, on Thursday, 6 March 1902. 
Will dated 7 December 1896, with two 
codicils dated respectively 14 December 
1896 and 3 May 1901, proved in the 
Principal Registry April 1902, by 
Charles Glynn Prideaux-Brune and 
Edward Shapland Prideaux-Brune, the 
Executors. 

RATCLIFF. Vol. 3, page 141.— Helen, 
widow of Colonel Charles Ratcliff, died 
suddenly at Annan, co. Dumfries, on 
Saturday, 10 May, buried at Dumfries 
on Wednesday, 14 May 1902. 

RAWSON. Vol. 8, page 70.— John 
Selwyn and Annie Constance Rawson 
have further issue a son, Selwyn Gerald 
Caygill Rawson, born at The Haugh 
End, Sowerby, co. York, 8 March, 
baptised at St. John the Divine, Thorpe, 
Sowerby, 17 April 1902. 

RICHARDSON. Vol. 5, page 104.— 
Dorothea Esther Henrietta Tweedy, 
mother of Mrs. William Ridley Richard- 
son, died 2 April, buried in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, London, 6 April 
1900. Will dated 22 October 1898, 
with codicil dated 3 December 1898, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 838, 1900) 17 May 
1900, by Arthur Hearne Tweedy, the 
son, and William Ridley Richardson, 
the son-in-law, the Executors. 



ROBERTS-WEST. Vol. 6, page 55 
(and Addenda^ Vol. S, page xvi.) — Harry 
Charles John and Olive Roberts-West 
have further issue a daughter, Gillian 
Mary, born at New Brompton, co. Kent, 
26 January, baptised at the Dockyard 
Church, Chatham, co. Kent, 25 February 
1902. 

ROPE. Vol. 2, page 93. — Clara, wife of 
Richard James Rope, died at Highgate, 
CO. Middlesex, aged 41, 15 September, 
buried at Hendon, co. Middlesex, 2 1 
September 1900. 

ROYDS. Vol. 8, page 28.— Katherine 
Fanny, youngest daughter of the Rev. 
Edward Royds, was married at Bunbury, 
CO. Chester, on Wednesday, 20 August 
1902, to William Alexander Forbes, son 
of Major-General William Forbes, 
Bengal Army, of Aberdeen, by Frances 
Helen his wife, daughter of Richard 
Spry, Captain Hon'''= East India 
Co.'s Service; born 9 March 1862. 

RYLANDS. Vol. i, page 14.— Martha, 
widow of George Highfield Rylands, 
died at Hastings, co. Sussex, in her 
98th year, on Thursday, 28 August, 
buried in Ore Cemetery, co. Sussex, in 
the same grave as her husband, 
I September 1902. 

ST. GEORGE. Vol. i, page 106.— 
Archibald St. George, B.A., J. P., died at 
his residence, 10 Wellington Road, 
Dublin, in his 89th year, on Monday, 
14 April, buried in Mount Jerome 
Cemetery, Dublin, on Thursday, 1 7 
April 1902. 

Kate [?iot Katherine], widow of 
Archibald St. George, died at 10 
Wellington Road, Dublin, aged 78, on 
Friday, 13 June, buried in Mount 
Jerome Cemetery, Dublin, on Monday, 
16 June 1902. 

SCHOMBERG. Vol. i, page 210.— 
Edmund Clarke Schomberg is now 
Deputy-Lieutenant and High Sheriff for 
CO. Wilts. 

Reginald Charles Francis Schomberg 
was educated at the Oratory School, 
Edgbaston, and at New College, Oxford, 
B.A. 1 90 1, and was appointed 2nd 
Lieutenant Seaforth Highlanders (Ross- 
shire Buffs, The Duke of Albany's) 
4 December 1901. 

The following arms were granted to 
Arthur Schomberg of Seend, co. Wilts, 



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SCHOMBERG, continued. 

by Sir Albert AVilliam Woods, K.C.B., 
K.C.M.G., Garter, and George Edward 
Cokayne, Clarenceux, 6 March 1902 : 

Arms. — Gules, in chief four escar- 
buncles or, in base two 
chevronels of the last, each 
charged with seven mullets azure, 
between twelve escutcheons, six, 
four and two, in chief, and a 
lamb passant in base argent. 

Crest. — Out of a naval crown or, the 
sails argent, a demi-lion gorged 
with a wreath of laurel proper, 
supporting a flag-staff, thereon 
hoisted a pennon gules, charged 
with an anchor erect, also or. 

Alotto. — Persevere. 




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SPARKS. Vol. 3, page 126.— William 
Sparks died at his residence, Crewkerne, 
CO. Somerset, within a fortnight of his 
92nd year, on Thursday, 20 March, 
buried at Crewkerne on Monday, 24 
March 1902. Will dated 18 May 1898, 
with codicil dated 4 March 1901, proved 
at Taunton 31 July 1902, by John 
Sparks, the brother, Mary Ann Sparks, 
the relict, Frances Jane Sparks, the 
niece, and Edward Jarman Blake, the 
Executors. 



STANFORD. Vol. 9, page 94.— Frederick 
Stanford was born 26 January 1808 
\not 1805]. 

Page 96. — Emma Cockrell, widow of 
Charles Stanford, died, aged 80, 6 July, 
buried at Ashbocking, co. Suffolk, 10 
July 1902. 

Kate Alice, widow of Henry Seaman, 
died at Ashbocking, aged 48, 20 March, 
buried there 25 March 1902. Ad- 
ministration was granted at Ipswich 
2 July 1902, to Alice Constance 
Seaman of Ashbocking Hall, co. Suffolk, 
the natural and lawful daughter, and one 
of the next of kin. 

STERRY. Vol. I, page 180.— Wasey 
Sterry was appointed Civil Judge at 
Khartoum May 1901. 

SWITHINBANK. Vol. 7, page 151.— 
Cuthbert Winthrop Swithinbank was 
appointed Midshipman H.M.S. "Illus- 
trious" January 1902. 

Page 152. — Crossley Swithinbank 
was appointed Midshipman H.M.S. 
"Canopus" in 1901, and to H.M.S. 
" Majestic" in 1902. 

TAYLOR. Vol. 3, page 96.— Austin 
Taylor is a J. P. for the City of Liverpool, 
and was elected M.P. for the East 
Toxteth Division of Liverpool on 
Thursday, 6 November 1902. 

Page 96 (and Addenda, Vol. 5, page 
via.) — Harold and Frances Jane Taylor 
have further issue a daughter, Margaret 
Annie, born 10 January, baptised at St. 
Andrew's, Aigburth, co. Lancaster, 22 
March 1902. 

TEMPEST. Vol. I, page 37-— Sir 
Tristram Tempest Tempest, Bart., was 
married at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, on Thursday, 24 April 1902, 
to Mabel Ethel, 2nd daughter of 
Major-General Sir George Macgregor, 
K.C.B., by Harriet his wife, 
daughter of Sir Thomas Whitehead, 
K.C.B. 

THORNTON-DUESBERY. Vol. 9, 
page 63. — The Rev. Charles Leonard 
and Ethel Nixon Thornton-Duesbery 
have issue a son, Julian Percy Thornton- 
Duesbery, born at Island Hall, God- 
manchester, co. Huntingdon, 7 
September, baptised at St. Mary's, 
Godmanchester, on Wednesday, 24 
September 1902. 



ADDITIONS b' CORRECTIONS. 



THURBURN. Vol. 5, page 119.— 
Lieut.-Colonel Felix Augustus Victor 
Thurburn died suddenly at Harrogate, 
CO. York, in his 79th year, on Friday, 
15 August, buried at Copt Hill, Dover, 
CO. Kent, on Wednesday, 20 August 
1902. Will dated March 1902, proved 
in the Principal Registry 22 October 
1902, by Kezia Thurburn, the relict, 
and Marion Clifford Thurburn, the 
daughter, the Executrixes. 

Page 120. — Harry Bertram Thurburn 
died suddenly at Bombay, India, aged 
38, on Monday, 6 January 1902, and 
buried there. 

TUDSBERY TURNER. Vol. i, page 
189. — Emma Tudsbery, widow of Arthur 
Ingleby Miller, died at Rufford Road, 
Fairfield, in the township of West Derby, 
CO. Lancaster, aged 50, 21 January, 
buried at Southport, co. Lancaster, 23 
January 1897. 

Page 190. — Harold Tudsbery Turner 
was married at Fairfield (by the Rev. 
Alfred Katenbeck Pavey, Vicar of Brix- 
worth, CO. Northampton, cousin of the 
bride, assisted by the Rev. Francis 
William Tudsbery Tudsbery, cousin of 
the bridegroom) 16 June 1897, to Ellen 
Josephine, daughter of Joseph Richard 
Badger of Park House, Fairfield, by 
Harriet his wife, daughter of the Rev. 
Daniel Walton. They have issue two 
sons, Maurice Walton Tudsbery Turner, 
born at Prenton, co. Chester, 12 April, 
baptised there 8 May 1898, and Hubert 
Tudsbery Turner, born at Prenton 27 
March, baptised there 13 May 1900. 

Page 191 (and Addenda, Vol. 2, page 
vi.) — The Rev. Francis William Tudsbery 
Tudsbery was Chaplain at Gotha 1893 
to 1896, and to H. M. Legation at Coburg 
and Gotha from December 1895 till 
May 1897, in which month he was 
nominated to the living of Ashley, co. 
Wilts, and instituted Rector, in Lambeth 
Palace Chapel, 4 August following ; 
resigned the benefice 26 March 1900, 
on being appointed to a General 
Lectureship at Oxford, proceeding to 
his M.A. degree the next term. 

John Henry Tudsbery Tudsbery is 
now Secretary to the Institution of Civil 
Engineers. He and his wife, Ruberta 
Emehne, have further issue a son, 
Lancelot Tudsbery, born at " Ross- 
more," Melrose Road, London, 14 
February, baptised at the parish church, 
AVandsworth, co. Surrey, 12 May 1898. 



TUDSBERY TURNER, continued. 

Page 192. — Richard Jackson died 30 
October, buried at Woodchurch, co. 
Chester, 2 November 1896. Will dated 

24 September 1896, proved at Chester 

25 November 1896, by George Jackson, 
the son, and Ann Jackson, spinster, 
the daughter, the Executors. 

William Tudsbery Tudsbery graduated 
M.A. 17 December 1900. 

TUKE. Vol. 2, page 85 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 6, page xiii.) — Samuel and Violet 
Tuke, who are now of Netherton Hall, 
Farway, co. Devon, have further issue a 
son, Samuel Francis Galfrid Tuke, born 
at Southlands, Withycombe, South 
Devon, on Monday, 18 November 1901, 
baptised at St. Michael's, Farway, 17 
February 1902. 

WADE. Vol. 4, page 140.— The Rev. 
Albert Ellis Blakeney Wade was 
appointed Vicar of Bentley St. Peter, 
Doncaster, co. York, 6 August 1898. 

WALKER. Vol. 6, page 7.— John William 
and Constance Elizabeth Walker have 
further issue a son, John Henry Milnes 
Walker, born at The Elms, Wakefield, 
CO. York, 16 March, baptised at Wake- 
field Cathedral (by the Rt. Rev. 
George Rodney Eden, D.D., Bishop of 
Wakefield) 21 April 1902. 

Henry Seeker Walker was married at 
All Saints', Daresbury, co. Chester, on 
Thursday, 24 April 1902, to Elaine 
Mary Seeker, only daughter of the Rev. 
Thomas Jackson Seeker, formerly Vicar 
of St. Peter's, Bishop Wearmouth, co. 
Durham, and niece of John White of 
Moore Hall, co. Chester. 

WALLER. Vol. 9, page 179.— Martha, 
wife of Stephen Fitchew Cox, died at 
Yatton, CO. Somerset, aged 84, 13 De- 
cember, buried there 18 December 1901. 
Helen Margaret, youngest daughter 
of the Rev. Charles Edward Waller, was 
married at St. Saviour's, Paddington, 
London, 15 April 1902, to George 
Cody Griffin Mitchell (younger son of 
Stephen Heyman Mitchell of Wyuna, 
Wendover, co. Bucks, by Mary his wife, 
daughter of Frederick Wainwright); born 
at Waterloo, co. Lancaster, 1 5 September 
1866. 

WARD. Vol. 9, page 1 19. — Benjamin Ward 
married 2ndly at St. Mary's, Nottingham, 
7 March 1796, Ann, daughter of Joseph 
and Ann Caulton, who was born 
I October 1768, and died 22 October 



ADDITIONS &> CORRECTIONS. 



'WARD, continued. 

1802, leaving a daughter, Sarah, who 
was born in the parish of St. Nicholas', 
Nottingham, 14 August 1797. He 
married 3rdly at St. Peter's, Nottingham, 
II November 1804, Sarah Latham, who 
died s.p. 

The Rev. Samuel Ward (only son of 
Benjamin Ward, by his ist wife) had 
further issue a son, James Ward, born 
in the parish of St. Peter's, Nottingham, 
29 July 1809; Mary was born at Carlton, 
in the parish of Gedling, co. Notting- 
ham, 8 February 1808 ; Sarah was born 
in the parish of St. Peter's, Nottingham, 
16 \not 26] April 1813; Samuel Ward 
was bom at the same place 24 April 
1815. 

Page 120. — Elizabeth was born in 
the parish of St. Peter's, Nottingham, 
29 January 1817; James Ward was 
born at the same place 11 July 
1823 ; his wife, EHzabeth Smith, was 
born in the parish of St. Mary's, 
Nottingham, 5 March 1822 ; Edward 
Ward was born in the parish of St. 
Peter's, Nottingham, 31 January 1827 
\not 1826]; Ellen was born in the 
parish of St. Peter's, Nottingham, 
4 February 1828 \not 14 February 1827], 
and died, aged 30 \not 32]. 
WARDE. Vol. 4, page 60.— Lieut.- 
Colonel Charles Arthur Madan and the 
Hon'''^ Anastasia Kathleen Lucia Warde 
have further issue a son, John Roberts 
O'Brien Warde, born at Squerryes Court, 
Westerham, co. Kent, on Wednesday, 
2 March, baptised at St. Mary's, 
Westerham, 21 April 1898. 
WATNEY. Vol. I, page 109 (and 
Addenda, Vol. g, page xiii. — Stephen 
Cecil and Marion Sybil Watney have 
issue a son, John Lewis Watney, born 



WATNEY, continued. 

at Glendover, Woodborough Road, 
Putney, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 4 
February, baptised at Holy Trinity, 
Roehampton, co. Surrey, 23 March 1902. 

WHELER. Vol. 8, page 82.— Edward 
William Brydges Wylliams was married 
2ndly at St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate, 
London, on Monday, 5 June 1882, to 
Emily Hannah, daughter of Joseph 
Moses Levy of 51 Grosvenor Street, 
London, and sister of Sir Edward Levy 
Lawson, Bart. She died at Pau, 
France, on Wednesday, 5 February 
1902, and buried there. 

WILSON. Vol. I, page 179.— Elizabeth 
Ann, wife of Lord Arthur Cecil, died at 
Orchardmains, co. Kent, on Friday, 
1 1 October, buried at Hayes, co. Kent, 
15 October 1901. Administration was 
granted at the Principal Registry 23 
January 1902, to Lord Arthur Cecil of 
Orchardmains, near Tonbridge, co. 
Kent, the lawful husband. 

WISDEN. Vol. 3, page 8 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 8, page xix.) — William John and 
Maud Isabel Dampier Wisden have 
issue a son, William Frederick Mair 
Wisden, born at Southwick, co. Sussex, 
19 June, baptised there 26 July 1902. 

WOOD. Vol. 4, page 71. — Charles John 
Wood died at Biarritz, South of France, 
aged 39, on Monday, 17 March, buried 
there 19 March 1902. 

WRINCH. Vol. 8, page 114 {and 
Addenda, Vol. g, page ^w.)— Warwick 
and Grace Maud Mary Wrinch have 
issue a son, Sydney Gearing Wrinch, 
born at Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 
15 June, baptised at Picton, Ontario, 
2 September 1902. 





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