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ALUMNI CANTABRIGIENSES 

A BIOGRAPHICAL LIST OF ALL KNOWN STUDENTS, GRADUATES 

AND HOLDERS OF OFFICE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE, 

FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO 1900 

COMPILED BY 

J. A. VENN, LiTT.D., F.S.A. 

PRESIDENT OF QTJEENS' COLLEGE 



PART II 

FROM 1752 TO 1900 

VOLUME III 
GABB— JUSTAMOND 




CAMBRIDGE 

AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS 
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ALUMNI CANTABRIGIENSES 



FROM 1752 TO 1900 



Gabb, Augustus Hoadley 

GABB, AUGUSTUS HOADLEY. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Jesus, 
Oct. I, 187S. S. of David Hoadley, Esq., M.R.C.S. B. at 
Hastings. School, Godolphin, Hammersmith. Matric. Michs. 
1878. (Burke, L.G., 1925.) 

GABB, BAKER. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 21, 1839. S. of 
John. Guardian, Baker Gabb [whose eldest dau. he married]. 
B. at Calcutta. School, Birmingham (Rev. D. Davis). 
Matric. Michs. 1839; B.A. 1S45. Held various curacies. R. of 
Llanvihangel-ystem-Llewern, Mon., 1858-73. Died Mar. 3, 
1873. [Peile, II. 465; Crockford; C. R. Hudleston.) 

GABB, HARRY SECRETAN. .•Vdm. pens, at Downing, Sept. 30, 
1895. [Perhapss.of James William (1857).] B. 1877. School, 
Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1895; Scholar; B..\. (Nat. Sci. 
Trip., Pt 1, ist Class) 1898; M.B. and B.C. 1901. At Charing 
Cross Hospital; Resident Obstetric Of&cer there. Surgeon, 
Royal E. Sussex Hospital, Hastings. Senior House Surgeon, 
S. Devon Hospital, Ph^nouth, for two years. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut., R.A.M.C). Author, medical. 
Of 13, Comwallis Gardens, Hastings, in 1942. (Shrewsbury 
Sch. Reg.; Univ. Wur List; Medical Directories.) 

GABB, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Caius, Mar. 21, 1850. S. of John, 
clothier. B. [Feb. 3, 1830] at Ebley, Stonehouse, Gloucs. 
Schools, Stonehouse National and Matlock (private). Matric. 
Michs. 1850; Scholar, 1851-6; B.A. {32nd Wrangler) 1834. 
Ord. deacon (York) 1854; priest, 1855; C. of Barton-le- 
Street, Yorks., 1854-64. C. of Bulmer, 1864-7; R. there, 
1867-1900. Domestic Chaplain to the Earls of Carlisle at 
Castle Howard, 1855-75. .\uthor. Steps to the throne; Hymns 
and Songs of Pilgrim Life; The English Sacred Songster. The 
hymns in these books were pubUshed as The Welburn Ap- 
pendix of original hymns and tunes, 44 of the tunes being by 
Gabb. Died May 17, 1900. (Venn, 11. 294; Crockford; 
Boase, v. 376, which gives ' died July, 1900 ' ; Julian, Dictionary 
of Hymnoh'gy, which also gives 'died July, 1900'.) 

GABB, JAMES WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 9, 
1857. S. [and h.] of James Frederick Secretan, R. of Charlton 
Regis, Gloucs. [and Ehza Sarah]. B. there. Bapt. Oct. 7, 
1838. Matric. Michs. 1857; Scholar, i860; B.-'V. (i4i/i Wrangler) 
1861. .\dm. Solicitor, 1864. Practised at Cheltenham. 
Perhaps father of Harry S. (1895). [James Frederick Secretan, 
John Baker, Frederick Secretan and David Hoadley were 
respectively ist, 2nd, 3rd and 5th sons of the Rev. James 
Ashe Gabb, R. of Shirenewton, Mon.] (Burke, L.G., 1925-) 

GABBATT, JOHN PERCY. Adm. at Peterhouse, Dec. 9, 1899. 
S. of John T., of Harley Street, Walton, Liverpool. B. Feb. 3, 
1880, at Preston. Educated at University College, Liverpool 
(scholar). Matric. Michs. 1900; Exhibitioner; Scholar, 1901; 
B.A. (8iA Wrangler) 1903; (Math. Trip., Pt II, ist Class, 
1904); M..-\. 1907. D.Sc, Liverpool. Mathematical Lecturer, 
University College, Nottingham, 1904-8. Professor of 
Mathematics, Canterbury College, Christchurch, New Zealand, 
1908-22. Of Durford Edge, Petersfield, Hants., in 1942. 
(T. A. Walker, 646; Who's Who.) 

GABBETT, WILLIAM HAMPDEN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Trinity H.\ll, Oct. 14, 1862. [3rd] s. of Daniel, deceased, 
of Limerick, Ireland. B. Jan. 27, 1S46. Lieut., R.N. Matric. 
Michs. 1862. Died of diphtheria, Dec. 30, 1862, at Cambridge. 
M.I. in St Botolph's Church, Cambridge. (Burke, L.G. of 
Ireland, 1925, which gives 'b. Jan. 26' and 'died Dec. 29, 
1862'.) 

GABELL, HENRY DISON (or DYSON). Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Dec. 3, 1806. B.A. 1807, incorp. from Oxford; M.A. 1807. 
S. of Timothy (next), clerk. B. 1764, at Winchester. Bapt. 
there Mar. 13, 1764. School, Winchester. Matric. from New 
CoUege, Oxford, Oct. 11, 1782; Scholar; B.A. (Oxford) 1786; 
Fellow, 1782-90. D.D. (Canterbury) iSii. R. of St Laurence, 
Winchester, 1 788-1 831. Head Master of Warminster School, 
Wilts., 1789-93. Second Master at Winchester College, 
1793-1810; Head Master, 1810-24. ' Produced the explosion 



Gabriel, Edmund Vivian 

at Winchester, in 1818, by injudicious and irregular attempts 
to curb the overgrown power of the Praefects.' R. of 
Avington, Hants., 1806-20. R. of Ashow, Warws., 1812-31. 
R. of Binfield, Berks., 1820-31. Married, Jan. 11, 1790, 
Anne Gage, dau. of the R. of Holton, Oxon. A friend and 
correspondent of Dr Parr; see Parr's Worhst where (vol. 7) 
are some of Gabell's letters on points of classical scholarship. 
.\uthor. Pamphlets on the Corn question; a Discourse delivered 
on the fast-day in Feb. 1799, in London. Died Apr. 18, 1831. 
(D.N.B.; Al. Oxon.; Cant. Act Bk.; H. Chitty; Foster, Index 
Eccles.; G. Mag., 1831, i. 469; Austen Papers, 1704-56.) 
GABELL, TIMOTHY. .'Vdm. at St John's, June 10, 1780; 
yi.A. 1780. S. of Henry, of Stowe, Bucks., clerk. Matric. 
from Magdalen CoUege, O.xford, Dec. 17, i755, age 18; 
Chorister, 1748-55; clerk, 1755-61; B.A. (Oxford) 1759. 
Ord. deacon (Oxford) Aug. 12, i759; priest (SaUsbury) 
May 17, 1761. Minor Canon of Winchester Cathedral, 1760- 
1803. V. of CoUingboume Abbas (or Kingston), Wilts., 
1762-9. Chaplain of Winchester College, 1765-1803. R. of 
St Peter's, Cheesehill, Winchester, 1769-1803. V. of Wootton 
St Lawrence, Hants., 1792-1803. P.C. of Durrington, 
1802-3. Died Nov. 1803. Father of Henry D., (above). 
(St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 264; Cant. AU Bk.; G. Mag., 1803, 
II. 1091 ; Al. Oxon.) 
GABERT, GEORGE HILDER BETTERTON. Adm. pens, at 
Queens', May 22, 1817. Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1817; 
B.A. 1821; M.A. 1826. Ord. priest (London, for Canterbury) 
June 17, 1821; C. of Halton, Bucks., 1821. P.C. of Claverley, 
Salop, 1829-67, and of Bobbington, 1834-67. Died June 10, 
1867. (Cant. Act Bk.; Clergy List; Crockford; G. Mag., 1867, 
II. 123.) 
GABRIEL, ALLAN. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1891. S. of 
Samuel, Esq., deceased, of Tonbridge. B. Oct. 8, 1872. 
School, Oakham Grammar. .Matric. Michs. 1891. Served in 
the Great War, 1914-19 (private, R. Fusiliers (Sportsman's 
Batt.)). (Univ. War List.) 
GABRIEL, DAVID THOMAS. Matric. Non-CoU. Easter, 1899; 
B.A. 1902; M..\. 1923. Ord. deacon (Liverpool) 1902; 
priest, 1904; C. of St Luke's, Walton-on-the-Hill, Liverpool, 
1902-4. C. of St John's, Pemberton, 1904-7. C. of St John- 
the-EvangeUst, Ravenhead, 1907-8. C. of Wath-ou-Deame, 
1908-10. R. of PwUcrochan, Pembs., 1910-22. C. of 
Bryngwyn, Radnors., 1922-32. C.-in-charge of Newchurch, 
1928-32. R. of Llandefaelog-Fach, Brecons., 1932-7. Living 
at Plas-y-Br\Ti, Belle Vue Gardens, Brecon, in 1942. Brother 
of GwUym P. (1892). (Crockford.) 
GABRIEL, EDMUND VIVIAN, .^dm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Mar. 27, 1893. S. and h. of E. [Edmund], Esq., of Richmond 
Walk, Devonport [formerly of Cranmore House, Co. Carlow, 
and of Babbacombe Glen, Devon]. B. Mar. 28, 1875. Matric. 
Michs. 1893; (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, 1st Class, 1895); B.A. 
1896: M.A. 1921. Entered the I.C.S., 1897. Served in 
Bengal, Raiputana and Central India as .Assistant Magistrate 
and Collector, 1898-1902. Attache for Coronation Durbar, 
1903. Assistant and Under Secretary, Foreign Dept., 1903-7. 
Special Service, in Nepal, 1908. Resident, Rajputana States, 
1908. Secretary, N.W. Frontier .\dministration, 1909. 
Secretary, Coronation Durbar, 1911. Special Service, Poli- 
tical Dept., 1913. Bikaner State Service, 1914. C.V.O., 1906. 
C.S.I. , 1911. C.M.G., 1918. C.B.E., 1919. F.S.A. Served m 
the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut.-Col., Gen. List., Indian 
Army; attached Gen. Staff, War Office, ItaUan .\rmy, and 
*in Palestine; mentioned twice in despatches). Financial 
Adviser and .\ssistant Administrator, Occupied Enemy 
Territory, 1918-19. Baroda State Service, 1920-1. Gentle- 
man Usher-in-Ordinary to King George V; to King Edward 
VIII, and to King George VI, 1937-42-- Knighted, 1937. 
(Univ. War List; Who's Who, 1942; Burke; Kelly, Handbook, 
1942; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The Catholic Who's 
Who; I.C.S. Lists.) 



VACUIII 



Gabriel, Edward 

GABRIEL, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, July 3, 
1848. Of Gloucestershire. Matric. Michs. 1848; Scholar, 
1S50; B.A. 1852; M.A. 1868. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1852; 
priest, 1853; C. of St George's, Kendal, Westmorland, 1852. 
C. o| Christ Church, Birmingham, 1852. C. of St James's, 
Liverpool, 1854. V. of St George's, Kendal, 1856. V. of 
Rocliffe, Carlisle, 1874-98-. Disappears from Crockford, 
1899. 

GABRIEL, GWILYM PHILLIPS. Matric. Non-CoU. Lent, 1892. 
Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Nov. i, 1893. S. of Thomas 
Godfrey, deceased. B. July 27, 1870, at Devynock, Brecon. 
School, Christ's College, Brecon. B.A. 1894; M..\. 1901. 
Ord. deacon (St David's) 1S94; priest, 1896; C. of St Mark's, 
Swansea, 1894. C. of Holy Trinity, Swansea, 1898. Vicar- 
Choral and C. of St David's, 1900-7; Sub-Chanter, 1903-7. 
V. of Warren with St Twinnell, Pembroke, 1907-25. Died 
Oct. 3, 1925, in London. Brother of David T. (1899). (Scott, 
MSS.; Crockford; The Guardian, Oct. 9, 1925.) 

GABRIEL, JOHN AUGUSTUS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Sept. 30, 1868. Matric. Miths. 18G8; B.A. 1872; M.A. 1877. 
Ord. deacon (York) 1871; priest, 1872; C. of St Mary's, 
Sheflicld, 1871. C. of Wadsley, Sheffield, 1876-8. Diocesan 
Inspector of Schools, Carlisle, 1 878-80-. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1880. 

GABRIEL, ROBERT BURD. M.A. incorp. from O.xford, 1783. 
S. of John, of St Mary's, Reading, clerk. Matric. from 
Worcester College, Oxford, Mar. 10, 1767, age 17; B.A. 1770; 
M.A. 1773; B.D. 1781 ; D.D. 1784. V. of Feltham, Middlesex, 
1778. K. of Hanworth, 1778-1S05. R. of Harlington, 1789- 
1805. Died Jan. 1805. Buried at Hanworth. (Al. Oxon.; 
Cant. Act Bk.; P. K. Towell.) 

GAGE, FREDERIC ARTHUR JEUDWINE. Adm. pens, (age 19) 
at Jesus, Oct. i, 1871. S. of Frederic .\ubert (next). B. at 
Clapham, Surrey. Schools, Bonn, Germany, and Brussels. 
Matric. Michs. 1871; B..-^. 1877. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1876; 
priest, 1878; C. of Romaldkirk, Yorks., 1876-9. Chaplain, 
R.N., 1879; served in H.M.S. London, on Zanzibar Station, 
1879-83; H.M. Troopship Orontes, 1883-4; H.M.S. Victor 
Emmanuel, 1884-7; Ganges, 1888-9; Asia, 1889-91; Tamar; 
hnmortalUe (China), 1895-6, etc.; at Haslar Hospital, 
Southampton, 1898-1900; in H.M.S. Thunderer, 1900-1 and 
Hood, 1901-2-. Disappears from Crockford, 1903. 

GACE, The Rev. FREDERIC AUBERT. M.A. 1849, incorp. from 
Oxford. Adm. at Emmanuel, Mar. 6, 1849; from Magdalen 
Hall, Oxford, whence he had matric. Nov. 7, 1833, age 21; 
B.A. (Oxford) 1S37; M.A. (Oxford) 1844. M.D. (Univ. of 
Giessen) 1851. 5th s. of Grantham, of Hackney, Middlesex. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1837; priest, 1838; C. of Newport 
Pagnell, Bucks., 1837-8. C. of Sherrington, Bucks., 1838-42. 
C. of Messingham, Lines., 1842-5. Chaplain of Westminster 
House of Correction, 1854-60. Head Master of Camberwell 
College School, 1860-3. V. of Gt Barling, Essex, 1863- 
1902-. Disappears from Crockford, 1903. Father of the 
above. {Al. Oxon.; Monson, Lines. Church Notes; Lines. 
Pedigrees.) 

GACE, LANGLEY. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Sept. 30, 
1842. S. of Langley, late Captain, of Louth, Lines. B. at 
Londonderry. [School, Louth.] A Langley Gace was adm. 
at Mill HUl School, i8i6; of Well Street, Hackney, and of 
Lincoln. Matric. Michs. 1842. 'Became an attorney.' 
(Goulding, Louth Gr. Sch.; Mill Hill Sch. Reg.) 

GACE, REGINALD ROBERT. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1885. 

GACHES, HENRY CECIL. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 10, 1870. 
3rd s. of WiUiam Daniel, attorney [and Mary], of Peter- 
borough. B. there June 30, 1850. School, Merchant Taylors'. 
Scholar, 1869; matric. Michs. 1870; B.A. 1874. Adm. 
Solicitor, Nov. 1877. District Registrar of the High Court 
and Registrar of the County Court, Peterborough. Died 
Feb. 26, 1926. Brother of Louis B. (next). {Merchant 
Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Law Lists.) 

GACHES, LOUIS BINGHAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 18, 
1866. S. of William Daniel, solicitor, of Peterborough! 
B. there 1848. Matric. Michs. i866; B.A. and LL.B. 1870; 
LL.M. 1873. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 23, 1868! 
Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 1871. A member of the Middle 
Circuit. Author, Ike Town Councillor's and Burgesses' 
Manual. Of 8, Fig-Tree Court, Temple, London, E.G., in 
1930. Brotherof Henry C. (above). {Fostei, Men at the Bar; 
Law Lists.) 

GADDUM, ARTHUR LEWIS ROGER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 14, 1886. [3rd] s. of George Henry, of Withington! 
Manchester. B. July 6, 1868, at Manchester. School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. and LL.B. 1890. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple. Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 1891. Equity 
Draftsman and Conveyancer. Of West View, Lymm, 
Cheshire, in 1904. Brother of the next. {Law Lists; Rugby 
Sch. Reg.) 



Gage, Henry Hall 

GADDUM, FREDERICK DUCANGE. Adm. pens, at Sx John's, 
Oct. 2, 1878. [2nd] s. of George Henry, merchant, of 
Withington, Lanes, [and Sophia Susannah]. B. June 28, 
i860, at Didsbury. Schools, Uppingham and Rugby. Matric. 
Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882. Cricket 'blue', 1882. A merchant 
at Manchester. Died Oct. 14, 1900, from the result of a bicycle 
accident. Brother of Arthur L. R. (above). {Uppingham Sch. 
Roll.; Rugby Sch. Reg.) 

GADDUM, RUSSELL CHARLES SYDNEY. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Sept. 30, 1899. [Only] s. of Theodore, of Massey 
Hall, Thelwall, Cheshire. B. Mar. 31, 1880, at Florence, 
Italy. School, Rugby. .Matric. Michs. 1899. In business at 
Manchester, from 1902; Managing Director of Gaddum and 
Co., Manchester and Bombay. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Bombay Volunteer Rifles; 2nd Lieut., 14th Batt., 
R. Fusiliers); killed in action, Sept. 10, 1916. {Univ. War 
List. ; Rugby Sch. Reg. , which gives ' killed in action, Sept. n '.) 

GADOW, HANS [FRIEDRICH], Adm. at King's, Nov. 8, 1884; 
U.A. 1S84. S. and h. of M. L. Gadow, Inspector of Royal 
P'orests, Prussia, Germany. B. Mar. 8, 1855, in Pomerania. 
School, Frankfurt-on-the-Oder; afterwards studied at the 
Universities of Berlin, Jena and Heidelberg. Ph.D. (Jena) 
1878. F.R.S., 1892. In the Natural History Dept. of the 
British Museum, 1880-2. Strickland Curator at Cambridge, 
1884-1928 ; Lecturer on Advanced Morphology of Vertebrata, 
1884-1920. Reader in Morphology of Vertebrates, 1920. 
Undertook journeys through Mexico and in Northern Spain 
for purposes of exploration. Author, Through Southern 
Mexico; In Northern Spain; A Clarification of Vertebrata, etc. 
Of Claramondi, Gt Shelford, Cambs., where he died. May 16, 
1928. {King's Coll. Adm. Reg., 153; Who was Who, 1916-28.) 

GADSBY, EDWARD PAGET. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Sept. 14, 1861. S. of John, soUcitor, of Derby. B. Nov. 29, 
1843. School, Derby. Matric. Michs. 1861; Scholar, 1862; 
Exhibitioner; B.A. 1S65; M.A. 1869. Civil Engineer. Of 
13, Anson Road, Holloway, London, N., in 1902. Brother 
of Harry F. (next). {Derby Sch. Reg.) 

GADSBY, HARRY FRECKELTON. Adm. pens, (age 26) at 
Jesus, Mar. 30, 1878. S. of John, Esq., sohcitor. B. 1852, 
at Derby. School, Derby (Rev. W. Clark). Adm. Solicitor, 
May, 1876. Practised at Derby. In firm of J. and H. F. 
Gadsby and Coxon. Town Clerk of Derby and Registrar of 
Court of Record. Of Derwent Bank, Derby, in 1902. Brother 
of Edward P. (above). {Derby Sch. Reg.; Law Lists.) 

GADSBY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, June 25, 
1777. Of Bedfordshire. Matric. Michs. 1777; Scholar; B.A. 
1781; M..-\. 1784. Ord. deacon (Ely, Litt. dim. from Lincoln) 
May 26, 1782. V. oi Wootton, Beds., 1785-1840. Died 
May 3, 1840, aged 81, at Bedford. (Scott, MSS.; G. Mag., 
1840, II. 103.) 

GAEL, CHARLES EDWARD. .\dm. pens, at Trinity, June 8, 
1859, S. [and h.] of Samuel Higgs, of Charlton Kings, 
Gloucs. B. Apr. 19, 1841, in London. School, Bruce Castle, 
Middlesex (Mr Hill). Matric. Michs. 1859; B..^. 1863. Of 
Porturet House, Charlton Kings. M.I.C.E. In the Public 
Works Dept., Bombay. Died 1907. Brother of John (next). 
{l.C.S. Lists; Burke, L.G., 1939, 5"^' ^^ La Bere.) 

GAEL (afterwards DE LA BERE), JOHN DE LA BERE. Adm. 

pens, at Christ's, July 31, 1886. [2nd] s. of Samuel Higgs, 
J. P. B. Nov. 8, 1853, in London. Schools, Cheltenham 
CoUege and University College, London. Matric. Michs. 1886; 
B.A. 1889; M.A. 1897, as De La Bere. Previously in the 
Indian Civil Service in Bengal. Lecturer at University 
College, Aberystwyth, 1889-98. Adopted the name of De La 
Bere, in lieu of Gael, 1892. Ord. deacon and priest (Ripon) 
1898; C. of Christ Church, High Harrogate, 1898-1900. C. of 
St Luke's, Harrogate, 1900-1. R. of Kennerleigh, Devon, 
1901. R. of Woolfardisworthy for a short time; retired, 
1903. Latterly of Porturet House, Charlton Kings, 
Gloucs. Died Mar. 10, 1921. Brother of Charles E. (above). 
(Burke, L.G., 1939; l.C.S. Lists; Peile, 11. 728.) 

GAGE, GEORGE. Adm. sizar at Sx John's, June 11, 1817. S. of 
George, of Saundby, near Worksop, Notts. School, Don- 
caster. Matric. Michs. 1817; B.A. 1822; M.A. 1825. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) May 25, 1823; priest, June 13, 1824. 
Chaplain to the County bridewell and to the Union at 
SwaSham, Cambs., 1824-49. Hanged himself Oct. 21, 1849, 
aged 51. (Scott, MSS.; G. Mag., 1850, i. 103; Clergy List; 
Camb. Chr-on., Nov. 10, 1849.) 

GAGE, HENRY HALL, Viscount. Adm. nobleman (age 19) at 
Trinity, Feb. 9, 1811. S. and h. of Henry [3rd] Viscount 
Gage. B. [Dec. 14, 1791], at Westbury, Hants. School, 
Westminster. Matric. Easter, 1811; M..^. 1812. Succeeded 
his father as 4th Viscount, Jan. 29, 1808. Of Castle Island, 
Co. Kerry and High Meadow, Gloucs. Married, Mar. 8, 1813, 
Elizabeth Maria, dau. of The Hon. Edward Foley, of Stoke 



Gage, Thomas Wentworth 

Edith, Heref., and had issue. Author of several mathe- 
matical treatises, etc. ' Father' of the House of Lords, having 
sat there for 69 years. Died Jan. 20, 1877, at Furle Place, 
Sussex. First cousin of Thomas W. (next). {Bmke, P. and B.; 
G.E.C.; Boose, v. 377.) 

GAGE, THOMAS WENTWORTH. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Magda- 
LE.VE, July 17, iSig. Had matric. from Christ Church, 
Oxford, Apr. 25, 1S18, age 17. S.andh.of John,of Binderton, 
Sussex [and Mary, dau. and heiress of John Milbanke and 
Lady Marv Watson Wentworth]. School, Westminster. 
Matric. Lent, 1820; B.A. 1824; M.A. 1S27. P.C. of North 
Hvkeham, Lines., 1825-37. V. of Higham Ferrers, North- 
ants., 1830-7. Married, Feb. 17, 1831, Lady Mary EUzabeth 
Douglas, dau. and co-heiress of Charles, 5th Marquess of 
Queensberrv, and had issue. Died Mar. 19, 1837. (Record of 
Old Westminsters; Burke, P. and B., 1864; Al. Oxon.; Foster, 
Index. Eccles.; G. Mag., 1837, v. 96; Northants. Clergy.) 

GAGEN, JOHN MICHAEL. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Sept. 12, 1892. [Onlv] s. of Michael. B. at Terrmgton 
St Clement, Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895. 
Ord. deacon (London) 1896; priest, 1898; C. of St Giles-m- 
the-Fields, London, 1896-1900. C. of St Saviour's, Hammer- 
smith, 1900-7. Disappears from Crockford, 1908. 

GAHAGAN, GEORGE ALFRED MAYES. .\dm. pens, at 
Christ's, Oct. i, 1894. S. of George [of Madras]. B. .\ug. 21, 
iS-6, in Bombay. School, Cavendish House, Hammersmith 
(J. H. S. Graham, M.A.). Matric. Michs. 1894. Resided six 
terms. Returned to India in 1900 to join the firm of George 
Gahagan and Co.; became a partner there. Of Harkness 
Road, Malabar HUl, Bombay, in 1911. [Peile, 11. 792.) 

GAHAGAN, HENRY. .Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, May 6 
1799. S. of — [Terence, M.D., of Madras, India]. School, 
Westminster. Matric. from Christ Church, Oxford, June 24, 
1799, age 18; B.A. (O.xford) 1803; M.A. (Oxford) 1806. Adm. 
at Lincoln's Inn, Mar. 26, 1799. Called to the Bar, 1805. 
Practised in Madras, but subsequently returned to England. 
Died Feb. 24, 1834, aged 52. [Al. Oxon.; Record of Old 
Westminsters.) 

GAINE, FREDERICK JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
.\pr. 30, 1889. S. of C, Esq. [probably Charles, M.R.C.S., 
of Weston Lea, near Bath]. Matric. Michs. 1889. 

GAINFORD, Lord, see PEASE, JOSEPH ALBERT (1878). 

GAINSBOROUGH, HENRY NOEL, Earl of. Matric. from King's, 
July 6, 1761. 2nd s. of Baptist Noel (1723-4), 4th Earl of 
Gainsborough. B. 1743. School, Eton. M.A. 1761. Suc- 
ceeded his brother. Baptist Noel, as 6th Earl, May 27, 1759- 
Died unmarried Apr. 8, 1798. The Earldom became extinct 
and the estates passed to his nephew, Gerald Noel Edwards 
(t776), who assumed the surname and arms of Noel. (Burke, 
P. and B.; G.E.C.) 

GAIRDNER, The Rev. ARCHIBALD. Adm. sizar at St John^s 
Apr. 12, 1783. A 'Ten-year man.' B. in Scotland. Matric. 
Easter, 1793; B.D. {Slat. Eliz.) 1793- Ord. deacon (Lincobi) 
Feb. 24, 1782; priest, .Mar. 16, 1783. R. of Shomcote, 
Gloucs., 1792-1815. R. of Highclere, Hants., 1797- R- of 
Hethe, Oxon., 1801. He appears to have held all these three 
benefices until his death. Died 1815, aged 63, at Highclere. 
(St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 264; Cant. Act Bk.; G. Mag., 1816, 
I. 90; Foster, Index. Eccles.) 

GAISFORD, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, Mar. 31, 
1801. [2nd] s. of John, of Iford, Wilts, [and EUzabeth, dau. 
of the Rev. — Bushall, R. of Lacock]. B. there. School, 
Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1801; Scholar, 1801-8; B.A. 1805; 
M.A. 1809. Ord. deacon (Sahsbury) Oct. 6, 1S05; priest 
(Canterbury) Mav 31, 1806; C. of Devizes, 1805. R. of 
Chilton, Berks., 1808-57. Died Aug. i, 1857. (Venn, 11. 137; 
Cant. Act Bk.; Foster, Index. Eccles.; Clergy List; Burke, 
L.G. of Ireland (sub Gaisford-St Lawrence).) 

GAITSKELL, HERBERT ASHLEY. Adm. at Clare, July 7, 

1891. [S. and h. of Edward Forbes, M.R.C.S., of Catton, 
Crvstal Palace Park, Sydenham. B. June 5, 1873.] School, 
Riigby. Matric. Michs. 1891; B..A.. 1894; M..\. 1898; M.B. 
and B.C. 1899; M.D. 1902. .At Guy's Hospital, 1895; Senior 
Surgeon there. House Surgeon at Wameford Hospital, 
Leamington. Deputy Medical Officer, Northampton Prison. 
Ophthalmic Surgeon to Victoria Hospital, Southend. Author, 
medical. Of WestcUfi-on-Sea, Essex, where he died Jan. i 
1923. (Scott, MSS.; Rugby Sch. Reg.; Medical Directories; 
The Times, Jan. 2, 1923.) 

GAITSKELL, ISAAC. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Nov. 13, iSig. 
3rd s. of Jacob. B. at Hall Santon, Cumberland. School, 
Workington (Mr Pearson). Matric. Michs. 1819. Migrated 



Gale, James 

(age 22) to Trinity, July 6, 1820; B.A. 1825; M.A. 1837. 
Ord. deacon (Lincohi) 1825; priest (Chester) 1830; C. of 
Whitworth, Lanes., until 1842; V. there, 1842-77-. Dis- 
appears from Crockford, 1878. Father of John (1855). 
(Clergy List.) 

GAITSKELL, JOHN. .Adm. pens, at Sidney, June 28, 1820. 
S. and h. of WiUiam, sUk merchant, of Egremont, Cumber- 
land. B. there Mav 17, 1800. School, St Bees (Mr Wilson 
and Mr Underwood). Matric. Michs. 1820; B.A. 1824. R. of 
N. and S. Leverton, Notts., 1835-53. Died Sept. 19, 1853, 
at Cheltenham. (C. R. Hudleston.) 

GAITSKELL, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, Apr. 12, 1842. 
S. of James, of Bootle, Cumberland. B. there Sept. 27, 1821. 
School, Sedbergh (Rev. J. H. Evans). Matric. Michs. 1842; 
Scholar, 1843; S.A. 1846; M.A. 1849. Mathematical Master 
at Kensington Grammar School, London, 1S47-60. C. of 
St James Norland, Netting Hill, London, 1860-9. C. of 
St Mary .Abbots, Kensington. C. of St PhUip's, Regent 
Street, London, and of St Phihp's, Earl's Court. Died 
Sept. 29, 1S69. (Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; Clergy List; Crockford.) 

GAITSKELL, JOHN, Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 30, 1855. 
S. of Isaac (1819), clerk [and Mary]. B. at Whitworth, Lanes. 
Bapt. -Apr. 10, 1833. School, Rossall. Matric. Michs. 1855. 

GALABIN, ALFRED LEWIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 30, 
1862. [Only] s. of Thomas, of 13, Upper Grove Lane, 
CamberweU, London. B. there Jan. 10, 1843. School, 
Marlborough College. Matric. .Michs. 1862; Scholar, 1864; 
B.A. (21st Wrangler; Class. Trip., ist Class) 1866; M.A. 1869; 
M.D. 1873; FeUow, 1868. At Guy's Hospital. Physician 
and Lecturer there. M.R.C.S., 1872. F.R.C.P., 1878. 
President, Obstetrical Society of London and of Hunterian 
Society. Author, medical. Of 49, Wimpole Street, London, 
and latterly of Tapley, Bishop's Teignton, Devon. Died there 
Mar. 25, 1913. [For pedigree of the Huguenot Refugee 
family of Galabin, see Misc. Gen. el Her., 4th S., 11. 252.] 
(Who u-as Who, 1897-1916; Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Medical 
Directories.) 

GALBRAITH, ALEXANDER NORMAN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 8, 1896. S. of the Ven. Archdeacon Henry [B.A. 
DubUn, 1849], of Powerscourt Rectory, Enniskerry, Co. 
Wicklow. B. June 19, 1878, at Enniskerry. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1897; B..A. 1900. In the Ceylon Civil Service, 
1901. .Acting District Judge, Ratnapura, 1906. Surveyor 
of Customs, Colombo, 1907. Second Assistant Colonial 
Secretary, 1910. Clerk to Legislative Council, 1911. Principal 
Assistant Colonial Secretary, 1914. Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (Capt., Ceylon Rifles; attached to Stafi of 
N. -Zealand and AustraUan .Army Corps in Egypt). Died 
Feb. 20, 1916, while on dutv at Cairo, from result of a motor 
accident. [Univ. War List; Harrow Sch. Reg., which gives 
'killed Feb. 15'.) 

GALE, ALBERT CURWEN MACCLAINE. Adm. (age 18) at 
Pembroke, Oct. 9, 1889. S. of John Cherry, merchant. 
B. 1871, at Cheltenham. School, Malvern. Matric. Michs. 
1889. Of 21, Beaufort Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, in 
1924. Died Jan. 17, 1947. (Malvern Coll. Reg.) 

GALE, GUSTAVUS. -Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peterhouse, Jan. 6, 
17S5. Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1785. Rusticated by 
College order, Jan. i6-0ct. 10, 1787. (T. A. Walker, 352.) 

GALE, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, May 5, 1778. 
S. of Roger Henry (1729), of Northallerton, Yorks. Bapt. 
there July 8, 1760. School, Charterhouse, London. Matric. 
Michs. 1778; Scholar, 1780; B.A. 1782; M..A. 1804. P.C. of 
Seamer, Yorks., 1788. R. of Escrick, 1788-1825. R. of 
Hauxwell, 1803-25. Died Jan. 27, 1825, at the 'Bull and 
Mouth' Inn, Leeds, aged 63. Brother of Samuel (1769)- 
(Charterliouse Reg.; Cant. Act Bk.; G. Mag., 1825, i. 379; 
Foster, Index Eccles.) 

GALE, HENRY. .Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Mar. 30, 1830. 
Matric. Michs. 1830; Scholar, 1831; LL.B. (Civil Law Classes, 
ist Class, 1832-3) 1836; LL.D. 1865. Ord. deacon (Can- 
terburv) 1850; priest (Worcester) 1851; C. of .Ashford, Kent, 
J850-5'. P.C. of Nether Ham, Somerset, 1855-7. R. of 
Treborough, 1857-69. R. of Garsdon with Lea and Cleverton, 
Wilts., 1869-77-. Disappears from CrocA/ord, 1878. Author, 
Apostolic Temperance (a Reply to Dr Cumming); Sons of 
Light, etc. (Cant. Ad Bk.; Clergy List.) 

GALE, JAMES. .Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Oct. 26, 1852. 
[4th] s. of Wilham, of Bardsea Hall, Lanes. B. Mar. 19, 1834, 
at Ulverston, Lanes. School, Rossall. Matric. Michs. 1853; 
B.A. 1857. Perhaps the man of these names, V. of Urswick, 
Lanes., 1861-77; disappears from Crockford, 1897. Married, 
Sept '6 1866, Emma, dau. of R. Johnson, R. of Lavenham, 
Sufiolk, 1825-55, and had issue. Died May 12, 191 1. (Burke, 
L.G., 1925; not in Rossall Sch. Reg.) 



Gale, James Randolph Courtenay 

GALE, JAMES RANDOLPH COURTENAY. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, July 5, 1876. S. of James [blacking manu- 
facturer and Susan Simpson]. B. 1857, at Tavistock, Devon. 
Bapl. Oct. 14, 1857. School, private. Matric. Michs. 1876; 
B.A. 1880; M.A. 1883. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1880; 
priest, 1882; C. of Tenterden, Kent, 1880-3. C. of Holy 
Trinity, Beckenhara, 1884-6. Minister of Christ Church, 
Sutton, Surrey, 1886-8; V. there, 1888-1937. Surrogate, 
1922-37. Hon. Canon of Southwark, 1924-37. Limborough 
Lecturer at St Botolph's, Aldgatc, 1930-3- University 
Extension Lecturer. During the Great War, 1914-19, 
Chainnan, War Hospital Supplies Depot. O.B.E., 1920. 
Chaplain to the Weavers' Company. Author, An Anglican 
Appendix of Hymns and Tunes; Anthems; Services; edited 
with Charlton Speer an English Series of Original Songs. 
Died Nov. 10, 1937, at Sutton. {Who's Who in Music; 
Crockford; Who was Who, 1929-40; The Times, Nov. 11, 
I937-) 

GALE, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, May 26, 
1769. [2ndJ s. of Roger Henry (1729), of Scruton, Yorks. 
School, Houghton-le-Spring, Durham (Mr Griffith). Matric. 
Michs. 1769; Scholar, 1770. Migrated as Fell. -Com. to 
Corpus Christi, Dec. 20, 1770; B.A. I773- M.-'V. (Lambeth) 
1795. Ord. deacon (Ely, Litt. dim. from York) Apr. 12, 1773; 
priest (Peterb.) June 6, 1773. R. of Everingham, Yorks., 
1773-1809. Precentor of Llandaff. R. of Swanage, Dorset, 
1809-16. Brother of Henry (177S). Died Sept. 16, 1816. 
(Cant. Act Bk.; Hutckins, i. 681; Index Ec'cles.; G. Mag., 
1816, II. 465; Northants. Clergy.) 

GALE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magdalene, Oct. 7, 
1865. S. of Thomas Appleford, Esq., of The Manor, Ogbourne 
St George, Wilts. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1865; 
B.A. 1869. .-^dm. Solicitor, 1872. 'Of Twickenham' in Law 
Lists, i88o and 1900 and of Hampton Road, Teddington, 
in 1909. {Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Laiv Lists.) 

GALE, WILLIAM. .\dm. pens, (age ig) at Peterhouse, June 13, 
1S29. Of Yorkshire. Matric. Michs. 1830; B.A. 1834. In 
Holy Orders. In Nov. 1834, of 'the Rectory House, Preston- 
Bissett, Bucks.' C. of Harlington, Beds., 1841-8. C. of 
Aylesbury, Bucks., 1851-. Disappears from Clergy List, 
1852. {Record of Old Westminsters; T. A. Walker, 437.) 

GALER, FREDERIC BERTRAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. i, 1892. Of London. S. of John Maxey, Esq. 
[of the Civil Service], of no, Croxted Road, W. Dulwich. 

B. Aug. 16, 1873, in London. School, Dulwich College. 
Matric. Michs. 1S92; Scholar, 1894; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1917. 
Assistant Actuary in the Rock Life Assurance Co., 1896. 
F.I. A., 1904. Secretary of the Norwich Union Life Office, 
1910-13. General Manager and .\ctuary of the Eagle 
Assurance Co., 1914-17. Manager of the Eagle Star and 
British Dominions .Assurance Co., 1917-21. Underwriter at 
Lloyd's, 1919. Senior partner in the firm of F. Bertram 
Galer and Co., .\ssurance Brokers, 1920. Member, Port of 
London Authority. L.C.C.; Deputy Chairman, 1937-8. 
Member of London and Home Counties Traffic Advisory 
Committee. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., 1914, 
1915-17, 24th London Regt. (Queen's)). D.L. and J. P. 
Knighted, 1939. Of Speaker's House, Henley-on-Thames, 
in 1942. Brother of Reginald V. (next). {Dulivich Coll. Reg.; 
Who's Who, 1942; Univ. War List; Kelly, Handbook, 1942; 
The Insurance Who's W>io.) 

GALER, REGINALD VINCENT. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1898. Of London. S. of John Maxey [and Louise J.], 
of West Dulwich. B. Mar. 18, 1879, at Portadown Road, 
Maida Vale. Schools, Dulwich College and Merchant Taylors' 
(1890-5). Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1902; M.A. 1908. Ord. 
deacon (Rochester) 1904; priest (Southwark) 1905. .Assistant 
Missioner at the College Mission at Camberwell, 1904-S. 

C. of St .Andrew's, Battersea, 1908-13. Served in the Great 
War, 1915-18 (Capt., 24th London Regt. (Queen's)). Chap- 
lain of King's College Hospital, Denmark Hill, 1913-25. 
Diocesan Inspector of Schools and V. of St Germain's, 
Blackheath, 1925-47. Died June 27, 1947. {Univ. War List; 
Merchant 1 aylors' Sch. Reg.; Crockford.) 

GALL, FRANCIS HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 14, 
. 1842. [B. Apr. 23, 1S23.] School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1842; 
B.A. 1846; M.A. 1849. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1S46; priest, 
1847; C. of Rushden, Herts., 1846-58. R. of Letchworth, 
1858-9. C. of Walhngton, 1859-60. C. of Cottesbrooke, 
Northants., 1860-7. Lived latterly at Radcliffe Road, 
Hitchin. Died May 28, 1894. {Eton Sch. Lists, no parentage 
given; Crockford.) 
GALL, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Queens', Nov. x8, 1835. Of 
Essex. Matric. Michs. 1836; B.A. 1839; M.A. 1852. Classical 
Master at Christ's Hospital, London, 1846-73. Ord. deacon 
and priest (Chapel Royal, London) Junfe 11, 1843; C. of 
Aston-Abbots, Bucks., 1S44-7. C. of St Dunstan's-in-the- 
East, London, 1847-58; Lecturer there, 1858-88. Dis- 
appears from Crockford, 1889. [Not to be confused with a 



Gallichan, James 

contemporary namesake of Christ Church, Oxford, who 
matric. Nov. 7, 1833, age 19; s. of Timothy, of Sibton, 
Suffolk, servitor.] {Clergy List; P. B. G. BinnaU.) 

GALLACHER, CARMONT. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 9, 
1884. S. of William Robert, clerk, of St John's parsonage, 
Girvan, Ayrs. B. [Aug. 9, 1864] at Whitehaven, Cumberland. 
School, Ayr Academy (Dr MacDonald) and of the University 
of Glasgow (1881-4). Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887; M.A. 
1895. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1888; priest, 1889; C. of 
St George's, Camberwell, 1888-90. C. of St Philip's, Ead's 
Court, 1890-4. Chaplain of Bradford Union, 1896. V. of 
St Stephen's, Bowling, Bradford, 1894-1905 ; V. of St Mary's, 
Hunslet, Leeds, 1905-25. Surrogate from 1906-37-. Lived 
latterly at 20, Lidgett Park Avenue, Leeds. Died March, 
1040. (C. J. Fordyce.) 

GALLAGHER, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Jan. 29, 1859. 
Of Devon. B. at Liverpool. Matric. Lent, 1859. Migrated 
to Sidney, Oct. 1, 1859; thence to Corpus Christi, Feb. 6, 
i860; B.A. 1862; M.A. 1866. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1863; 
priest, 1864; C. of Tarporley, Cheshire, 1863-6. C. of Liver- 
pool, 1868-72. V. of St Cuthbert's, Everton, Liverpool, 
1873-7. P.C, 1877-88. V. of Madehurst, Sussex, 1899-1901. 
V. of Crowton, Cheshire, 1903-19. Lived latterly at Knock- 
brox, Cressington Park, Liverpool. Disappears from Crock- 
ford, 1925. {Peile, II. 559.) 

GALLAIS, THEODORE LE (1869), see LE GALLAIS. 

GALLAND, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, June 24, 
1809. Of Y'orkshire. Matric. Michs. 1S09; B.A. 1813; M.A. 
1816. Ord. deacon (Ely, Litt. dim. from York) Mar. 27, 1814; 
priest (York) Dec. 18, 1814; C. of St Martin's, York, c. 1814. 
V. of Kelstern, Lines., 1836-65-. P.C. of Ossington, Notts., 
-1841-2. Lived latterly at St Helen's Square, York. Dis- 
appears from Crockford, 1868. Probably brother of the next. 
{Clergy List.) 

GALLAND, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Queens', Feb. 12, 1811. 
Of Yorkshire. Matric. Michs. 1811; B.A. 1815; M.A. 1818; 
C. of Eagle, Lines., -1841-2. V. of Laneham, Notts', 1S42-3. 
V. of Dunham, 1843. Died July 23, 1843, aged 52, at Lane- 
ham. Probably brother of John (above) and perhaps father 
of Thomas S. (1843). (G. Mag., 1S43, n. 439.) 

GALLAND, THOMAS JAMES. Adm. sizar at St.Catharine's, 

May 26, 1825. 
GALLAND, THOMAS SPICER. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 6, 

1843. Of Lincolnshire. S. and h. of Thomas (? 1811), clerk, 

of Welton, near Hull, Y'orks. B. 1S25. .Matric. Michs. 1843; 

B..A.. 1848; M.A. 1851. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 28, 1849. 

Called to the Bar, 1852; not found in Laid Lists. (Foster, 

.Men at the Bar.) 

GALLATIN, ALBERT LOUIS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity 
Hall, May 2, 1869. School, Columbia College, New York. 
Matric. Lent, 1870; B.A. 1874. Several members of the 
family occur in Columbia Univ. General Catalogue, but neither 
he nor the next. 

GALLATIN, JAMES FRANCIS. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Downing, 
Oct. II, 1871. S. of Madame .Albert Gallatin, of 152, Avenue 
des Champs Elysees, Paris. Matric. Michs. 1871. Probably 
brother of Albert L. (above). 

GALLATLY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, 
June 23, 1868. S. of William, merchant, of London, deceased. 
B. Jan. 22, 1850. School, Christ's Hospital. Matric. Michs. 
1862; Exhibitioner; Scholar, 1868; B.A. {16th Wrangler) 
1872. B..\. (London Univ.) 1882; M..A.. (London Univ.) 1884. 
Private Tutor. Author, mathematical. Died Feb. 11, 1914, 
at Boscombe. (Christ's Hospital Reg.) 

GALLAWAY, JOHN COLE. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, 
.\pv. 24, 1755. Of Ely. [S. of 'the stage- waggoner' of Ely.] 
Migrated as pens, to Queens', Oct. 21, 1756. Matric. Michs. 
1755; B..^. 1759; M.A. 1762. Ord. priest (Norwich) July 18, 
1762; C. of Wortham Jervis, Suffolk. V. of Honington, 
1773-8. R. and Sequestrator of St Peter's and St Mary's, 
and P.C. of St Cuthbert's, Thetford. Master of the Free 
Schools at Thetford, and at Botesdale, Suffolk; resigned, 
1774. V. of Hinckley and R. of Stoke-Golding with 
Dadlington, Leics., 1778. Kept a boarding school there also 
for a time. Married a sister of Dr Burnaby, .■\rchdeacon 
of Leicester, and had issue. Author, .4n .-issize Sermon 
(preached at Leicester, Aug. 12, 1778) and other Sermons. 
Died Jan. 12, 1804, at Hinckley, aged 66. {G.Mag., 1804,1.93.) 

GALLICHAN, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 20) at St John's, Dec. 
14, 1827. S. of Lieut. Gallichan, R.N., of St Aubin's, Jersey. 
B. in Jersey. Matric. Lent, 1828; B.A. 1832. Ord. deacon, 
1834; priest, 1835. Chaplain of the Gaol, Poor House and 
Hospital, Jersey, -1846^57. Lived at 13, Aquila Road, St 
Helier, Jersey. Died Nov. 15, 1859. M.I. in St Brelade's 
churchyard, Jersey. 



Galliers, George 

GALLIERS, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. i, 
1864. Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1864; Scholar, 1865. 

GALLIERS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Caius, Apr. 13, 1863. 
S. of George. B. June 21, 1844, in the parish of St Giles- 
in-the-Fields. School, King's College School, London. 
Matric. Michs. 1863; Scholar, 1863-8; B.A. {12th Wrangler) 
1867; M.A. 1870. Fellow, 1868-80. Assistant Master at 
Derby School, 1867-70. Ord. deacon (Elv) 1S70; priest 
(London) 1872; C. of Old St Pancras, 1870-6. C. of Bethnal 
Green, 1876-7. Mathematical Master at Newcastle Grammar 
School, 1877-8. R. of Kirstead, Norfolk, 1879-93. Died 
Mar. 10, 1893. {Venn, 11. 361 ; Crockford.) 

GALLON, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, 
Nov. 4, 1758. S. and h. of Edward, of Alnwick, Northumber- 
land. 13. there. Matric. Michs. 1758. 

GALLOP, EDWARD GURNER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June i, 
1880. S. of Joseph, of 77, Normanton Road, Derby. B. there 
Mar. 18, 1862. School, Derby. Matric. Michs. 1880; Scholar, 
1881; B.A. (2nd Wrangler) 1883; (Math. Trip., Pt III, 
1st Class, 1884); ist Smith's Prizeman, 1885; M.A. 1887. 
Fellow, 1885-g. Fellow of Caius, 1889-1936; Mathematical 
Lecturer, 1886; Tutor, 1903-9; Steward and Bursar. 
Treasurer of the College Mission. Worked at the Admiralty 
during the Great War. Added 'Gallop's Piece' to the pre- 
served Wicken Fen. Presented silver plate to the College 
for the use of Bachelors and undergraduates and £100 to the 
University for the purchase of mathematical models. Died 
July 9, 1936. (Derby Sch. Reg.; Venn, 11. 504; Trinity Coll. 
Record, 1936; Schoolmasters' Directories; Cambridge Revieic, 
Oct. 16, 1936; The Times, July 10, 1936.) 

GALLOWAY, ANTHONY TYRER. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Sept. 29, 1863. S. of M., Esq., of Prescot. Matric. Michs. 
1863; B.A. 1S67; M.A. 1871. Adm. SoUcitor, 1871. Prac- 
tising at Prescot, Lanes. (GaUoway and Son), 1880. (T. .A. 
Walker, 522; Lai^ Lists.) 

GALLOWAY, HENRY EDWARD DALE. Adm. sizar at Trinity, 
Mar. 21, 1867. S. of Wilham Brown. B. in London, Mar. 15, 
1848. School, North London Collegiate (Mr Williams). 
Matric. Michs. 1S67, as Edward; B.A. 1872; M.A. 1875. 
Ord. deacon (London) 1871; priest, 1873; C. of St Mark's, 
Regent's Park, London, 1871-9. R. of Papworth-Everard, 
Cambs., 1879-94. Died Oct. 16, 1894. Brother of James F. 
(next). (Crockford.) 

GALLOWAY, JAMES FRANCIS. Adm. sizar at Trinity, 
June 10, 1874. S. of William BrowTi, of 54, Fitzroy Road, 
London. B. Dec. 9, 1853, in London. School, King's College, 
London. Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 1878; M.A. 1882. Ord. 
deacon (Durham) 1880; priest, 1881 ; C. of Wingate, Durham, 
1880-3. C. of Christ Church, Heaton Norris, Lanes., 1883-91. 
V. of Over, Cambs., 1891-1904. Disappears from Crockford, 
1905. Brother of Henry E. D. (above). 

GALLOWAY, PETER. Matric. Non-Coil. Lent, 1870. One of 
these names M.B. and CM., at Aberdeen, 1881; Medical 
Officer at Willingham Cottage Hospital, Lines., in 1900 and 
for Willingham district. (Medical Directories.) 

GALLOWAY, ROBERT KIRKLAND. Adm. pens, at Peter- 
house, July I, 1869. From Edinburgh University; M..-\. 
(Edinb.) 1S69. S. of Andrew, Esq., deceased. B. at Ayr. 
Migrated to Jesus, Oct. i, 1870, age 21. Matric. Michs. 1870; 
B..\. (30th Wrangler) 1874. Examiner in Mathematics at 
Edinburgh University. (T. A. Walker, 534.) 

GALLOWAY, WILLIAM JOHNSON. Adm. pens, at Trinity 
H.\LL, Oct. 24, 1888. S. of John, Esq., of the Cottage, Old 
Trafford, Manchester. B. 1866, at Sale, Cheshire. School, 
Wellington College. Of Skaife Hall, Otley, Yorks. M.P. for 
Manchester, 1895-1906. A director of the Gt Eastern Rail- 
way Companv, and afterwards (in 1923) of the London and 
North Eastern Railway Co. Founder, and for many years 
conductor, of the Gt Eastern Railway Musical Society. Hon. 
Col., East Lanes. Royal Engineers. During the Great War 
served on staff of Quartermaster-General for two years. 
Afterwards at the Ministry of Munitions (Labour Dept.) ; then 
as Director of Facihties to the Ministry of Information, and 
later in News Department of Foreign Office. Author, Advance 
Australia; the Operatic Problem and Musical England. Died 
Jan. 28, 1931, in London. (Wellington Coll. Reg.; Who was 
Who, 1929-40; The Times. Jan. 29, 1931; Cambridge Review, 
Feb. 6, 1931.) 

GALLWEY (or PAYNE-GALLWEY), FRANK PAYNE. Adm. 
pens, at Trinity, Sept. 29, 1879. [4th] s. of Philip [Capt., 
90th Foot, and Frances, dau. of the Ven. Archdeacon 
Warburton], of Brafierton Moor, Helperby, Yorks. [Grand- 
son of Sir William P.-G., ist Bart., who assumed the surname 



Galpin, Francis William 

and arms of Gallwey by sign-manual, Mar. 7, 1814, in com- 
pliance with the testamentary injunction of Toljias Wall 
Gallwey of St Christopher.! B. [Dec. 31, 1859], at Pilmoor, 
Yorks. School, Repton. ^latrie. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883; 
M.A. 1910. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1883; priest, 1885; 
C. of St Mary's, Lewisham, 1883-6. R. of Kirkby Knowle, 
Yorks., 1886-97. V. of Chirk, N. Wales, 1901-12. R. of 
Sessay, Yorks., 1912-28. Rural Dean of Thirsk, 1917-28. 
Lived latterly at Sittingboume, Kent, where he died Oct. 30, 
1934. (Repton Sch. Reg.; Burke, P. and B. (Payne-Gallwey, 
Francis Henry) ; Crockford.) 

GALLWEY or GALWAY, THOMAS GIFFORD. Adm. sizar at 
St John's, June 14, 1832, as Galway. Of Hampshire. S. of 
Capt. — , R.N. [Probably Henry John William, 2nd s. of 
Sir William Payne-Gallway, Capt., R.N., brother of Philip 
(father of the above).] ^iat^ic. Michs. 1832, as Gallwey; 
B.A. 1836; M..-\. rSso. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1837; priest, 
1838; C. of Kingsey, Oxon., 1837-41. Domestic Chaplain 
to the Earl of Beauchamp, 1842-53. Chaplain, R.N., 1838-49; 
H.M.S. Formidable, 1841-5; Inconstant, r846-7; Terrible, 
1848-9. C. of St Mary's, Shrewsbury, 1851. C. of Wigston 
Magna, Leics., 1853-64. C. of St .Andrew's, Leicester, i8>64-7. 
C. of St Margaret's with Knighton, Leicester, 1868-72. C. of 
Belgrave with Birstall, Leics., 1873-5- V. of Welford, 
Northants., 1876-90. Lived latterly at Belgrave, Leics. 
Died at Leicester, Mar. 12, 1892. (Burke, P. and B.; Clergy 
List; Northants. Clergy; Guardian, Mar. 23, 1892.) 

GALLY, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. ii, 1794- 
S. of T., Esq. [the will of a Thomas G., of Jamaica, was 
proved in 18 10 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury 
(Caribbeana, iii. 118)]. B. in Jamaica. School, Winchester. 
Matric. Michs. 1797; B..\. 1798. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 
June 3, 1798; priest. May ig, 1799; C. of Ilsley Chapel, 
Fordingbridge. R. of Crowcombe, Somerset, 1806-21. Died 
1821. (Foster, Index Eccles.; St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 264.) 

GALLY (post KNIGHT), HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Mav 18, 1768. [S. of Henry (1714), D-D-. R- of St Giles-in- 
the-Fields, London, and Ehzabeth, dau. of Isaac Knight, 
of Langold, Notts. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1768; 
Scholar, 1769; Fell.-Com., Oct. 30, 1773; LL.B. 1779- Fellow, 
1780-4. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 27, i773- Of Langold, 
Notts., succeeding his brother John (1757) in 1804. Assumed 
the name of Knight, Jan. 29, 1805. Married, 1784, Selina, 
dau. of Wilham Fitzherbert, of Tissington, Derbs. Died 
Apr. 6, 1808. Father of the next. (Burke, L.G., 1846; Eton 
Coll. Reg.; Changes of Name.) 

GALLY (or GALLY- KNIGHT), HENRY GALLY. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity Hall, Julv 2, 1805, as Knight, H. G. S. and h. of 
Henrv (above), of Langold, Notts. [B. Dec. 1786.] School, 
Eton'(Gally). Of Firbeck Hall, Yorks. M.P. for Aldborough, 
Yorks., 1812-18; for Malton, 1830; for N. Notts., 1835, 1837. 
Antiquary, and writer upon art. Travelled in the East, 
1810-n; present in Cairo during the massacre of the 
mamelukes. Died 1846. (Burke, L.G., 1846; Eton Sch. Lists; 
Changes of Name; Sir W. Sterry; D.N.B.) 

GALLY (post KNIGHT), JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Mar. 7, 1757. [S. and h. of Henry (1714), D.D., R. of 
St Giles-in-the-Fields, Middlesex. School, Eton.] Fell.- 
Com., Mar. 7, 1757; matric. Michs. 1758; Scholar, 1759; 
LL.B. 1764. Fellow, 1764-1804. .-^dm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
June II, 1756; Bencher. M.P. for Aldborough, Yorks., 
1784-96. Assumed the name of Knight. Of Langold, Notts. 
J. P. for Notts, and Yorks. Died unmarried Oct. 20, 1804, 
aged 63. Brother of Henry (1768). (Eton Coll. Reg.; Burke, 
L.G., 1846; G. Mag., 1804, II. 1074.) 

GALPIN, FRANCIS WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 31, 

1877. S. [and h.] of John, of Cornwall Villa, Dorchester [and 
Emily, dau. of Joseph Hansford, of Dorchester]. B. there 
Dec 25, 1858. School, Sherborne (Mr Harper). Matric. 
Michs. 1877; B.A. 1S82; M.A. 1885; Litt.D. 1936. Librarian 
of the C.U.M.S. Studied the organ with Stemdale Bennett 
and plaved the clarinet under Stanford. F.L.S., 1887. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) 1883; priest, 1884; C. of Redenhall with 
Harleston, Norfolk, 1883-7. C. of St Giles-in-the-Fields, 
London, 1887-91. V. of Hatfield Broad Oak, Essex, 1891- 
1915. V. of Witham, 1915-21. Hon. Canon of Chelmsford, 
1917-34. R. of Faulkboume, Essex, 1921-33. Hon. C.F., 1920. 
Hon. Freeman of Worshipful Company of Musicians, 1905; 
President, 1921-6. President, London Musical Association, 
1938. A great authority on Old Enghsh Church Music. 
Author, A Te.xtbook of European Musical Instruments; The 
Music of the Sumerians, Babylonians and Assyrians; The 
Music of Electricity, etc.; The Flowering Plants of Harleston 
in Norfolk; Old English Instruments of Music; The Music of 
the Bible, 1914. Joint Author, The Church Plate of Essex. 
Of Stanmore, 164, Kew Road, Richmond, Surrey, in 1942. 
Died Dec. 30, 1945. (Sherborne Sch. Reg.; Who's W)io; Crock- 
ford; Who's Who 'in Music; The Times, Jan. 2, 1946.) 



Galsworthy, Edwin Henry 

GALSWORTHY, EDWIN HENRY. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, iS7Q- 
S. and h. of [Sir] Edwin Henry, of Wimpole Street, London, 
J. P. for Middlesex and Westminster. B. May 17, 1861, at 
Finehley New Road. Schools, All Saints', Regent's Park, and 
Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1879; h.A. 1883; M.A. 1886. 
Adin. Solicitor, Feb. 1886. Of 12, Old Jewry Chambers, 
London, E.C. Director of the London and Provincial Bank, 
Ltd., 1913-18, and of Barclays Bank. Retired, 1929. Of 
32, Ladbroke Square, London, W. and The New Studio, 
Sheringham, Norfolk, in 1942. Died there Aug. 12, i947- 
(Charterhotise Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; Venn, 11. 438; Kelly, 
Handboitk.) 
GALSWORTHY, FREDERICK TREVOR. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Mav 12, 1885. 2nd s. of Frederick Thomas, of 
8, Queen's Gate, Hyde Park, London. B. Oct. 17, 1866, in 
London. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 
1888. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, June 10, 1891. 
Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer. Of 6, New Square, 
Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C, in 1930. {Laio Lists; Charier- 
house Sch. Ref^., which gives 'b. Oct. 17, 1865'.) 
GALT, ALEXANDER TILLOCH. Adm. (age 20) at Pembroke, 
Jan. I, 1891. [3rd] s. of [Sir] Alexander Tilloch (for whom 
s«« D.iV.B.), of Montreal. B. at Sherbrooke, Quebec. Matric. 
Lent, 1891. Died at Montreal, Sept. 28, 1943. (The Times, 
Oct. 8, 1943.) 
GALT. JOSEPH FRANK JAMES. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. I, 1877. S.of J. J., Esq., of Fernhill Park, Isle of Wight. 
B. 1857. Schools, Shrewsbury (1872-6) and Newport, Isle 
of Wight. Matric. Michs. 1877, as J. J. F.; B.A. 1884; M.A. 
1887. A private tutor. Went to California. Served in the 
South African War; corporal, 72nd Imp. Yeomanry (Rough 
Riders). Died July 23, 1900, at Cape Town, of enteric fever. 
(7". A. Walker,'$5i; Shreiashury Sch. Reg.) 
GALTON, ARTHUR HOWARD. Adm. at Clare, Feb. 14, 1873. 
[S. and h. of Hennan Ernest, Capt., 6oth Rifles, of Redcross 
Lodge, Leamington. B. Dec. 24, 1852. School, Cheltenham 
College.] Matric. Michs. 1873. ."^din. at New College, Oxford, 
whence he matric. Oct. 15, 1886, age 33; B.A. (Oxford) 1890; 
M.A. (Oxford) 1902. Ord. deacon, 1879; priest, 1880, by 
the Roman Catholic Bishop of Birmingham. Private Secretary 
to the Governor of N.S.W., 1893-8. Readmitted into C. of E. 
by the Bishop of Carlisle, Dec. 13, 189S; C. of Windermere, 
1898-1901. Domestic Chaplain to the Bishop of Ripon, 
1901-3. Jowett Lecturer, 1903. P.C. of Edenham, Lines., 
1904-21. Author, The Character and Times of Thomas 
Cromwell; The Message and Position of the Church of England; 
Rome and Romanizing; The Appeal of the Church of England; 
Church and State in France, eic. Died Feb. 20, 1921. (Burke, 
L.G.; Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; Al. Oxon.; Crock- 
ford; The Times, Mar. 7, 1921.) 
GALTON, EWAN CAMERON. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 6, 1880. 
[S. and h. of Robert Cameron (1849). B. Oct. 22, 1856.] 
Matric. Lent, 1881; B.A. 1884. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Nov. I, iSSo. Called to the Bar, Apr. 29, 1885. Of 
Hadzor House, Worcestershire. J. P. for Worcester and Oxon. 
Married, Oct. 8, 1894, Lucy, dau. of Charles Pearce Serocold, 
of Taplow Hill, Bucks. Died May 13, 1944. (Law Lists; 
Burke, L.G.; Misc. Gen. et Her., 2nd S., iiibb; The Times, 
May 16, 1944.) 
GALTON, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Nov. 26, 
1839. [3rd] s. of Samuel Tertius (1799) [and g:randson of 
Dr Erasmus Darwin]. B. Feb. 16, 1822, at Birmingham. 
School, King Edward's Grammar, I5irmingham (Dr Jeune). 
Matric. Michs. 1840; B.A. 1844; M.A. 1847. Hon. Sc.D. 
1895. Hon. Fellow, 1902. At King's College Medical School, 
London. Travelled in Syria and Egypt, 1844, and explored 
Damaraland. Gold Medal of the Royal Geographical Society, 
1853. F.R.G.S., 1S50. Member of the Managing Committee 
of Kew Observatory. Initiated M eteorographica, 1863, thus 
originating the system of weather forecasting subsequently 
in general operation. General Secretary of the British 
Association, 1863-7; four times Sectional President. F.R.S., 
1856. Began researches into the laws of heredity, 1865, 
becoming founder of the School of 'Eugenics'. A by-product 
of these investigations was the discovery of the importance, 
for purposes of identification, of finger-prints. Initiated an 
anthropometric laboratory at the International Health 
Exhibition, 1884-5. Founded the Eugenic Laboratory, 1904, 
and the quarterly journal, Biometrika, igoi. Knighted, 
June 26, 1909. Hon. D.C.L. (Oxford) 1894. Married, Aug. i, 
1853, Louisa Jane, dau. of George Butler, Dean of Peter- 
borough. An excellent conversationalist with a keen sense 
of humour. Author, scientific (for an account of his works 
and investigations see D.N.B. and Karl Pearson's The Life, 
Letters and Labours of Francis Gallon). Dieds./>. Jan. 17, 1911, 
at Grayshott House, Haslemere, Surrey. Left £45,000 for the 
foundation of a Chair of Eugenics at London University. 
(Who was Who, 1897-1916; Scott, MSS.; Burke, L.G.; 
Alpine Club Reg.; D.N.B.; Memories of My Life; The Times, 
Jan. 19, 1911.) 



Gambxer, Samuel James 

GALTON, ROBERT CAMERON. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Jan. 20, 1849. [4th] s. of [J.] Howard, Esq., of Hadzor 
House, near Droitwich, Worcs. B. Nov. 17, 1830, at Geneva. 
School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1849; B.A. 1853; M.B. 1856; 
Lie. Med. 1858. Rowing 'blue,' 1854. Studied medicine in 
Germany and afterwards at the Middlesex Hospital. F.R.C.P. 
Married, Nov. 21, 1854, Frances .'^nne .'\dele, dau. of James 
Moilliet, Esq., of Abberley Hall, Worcs. Of Shelsley Grange, 
Worcs. Lieut, in the Queen's Own Worcs. Yeomanry. One 
of the earliest amateur photographers, exhibiting with great 
success. Died Mar. 22, 1866. Brother of Theodore H. (1838); 
father of Ewan C. (1880). (G. Mag., 1866, i. 757; Rugby Sch. 
Reg.; Burke, L.G.; Book of Blues.) 

GALTON, SAMUEL TERTIUS. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, 
Oct. 23, 1799. S. and h. of Samuel [John], of Birmingham. 
B. Mar. 23, 1783. School, Reading (Dr Valpy). Of Duddeston 
House (Dudson), Warws. J. P. and D.L. Married, Mar. 30, 
1807, Frances Anne Violetta, dau. of Erasmus Darwin, 
M.D., F.R.S., of Breadsall Priory, Derbs. Died Oct. 23, 1844. 
Father of Francis (1839). (Burke, L.G.) 

GALTON, THEODORE HOWARD. .'Vdm. pens, at Trinity, 
Dec. 3, 1838. [S. and h. of John Howard, of Hadzor House, 
Worcs. B. Oct. 2, 1820.] Matric. Michs. 1839; B.A. 1843; 
M.A. 1847. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Feb. 24, 1843. 
Called to the Bar, Jan. 29, 1847. On the Midland Circuit. 
Of Hadzor House, Worcs. J. P. and D.L. Married, .■\pr. 23, 
1853, Frances AmeUa, dau. of Gen. Sir George Arthur, Bart., 
and had issue. Died Feb. 28, 1881, at Biarritz. Brother of 
Robert C. (1849). (Law Lists; Burke, L.G., 1939; T. C. Dale, 
who gives 'died Feb. 27.') 

GALWAY, THOMAS GIFFORD (1832), see GALLWEY. 

GAMAN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, May 10, 1833. 
[Of St Mary-on-the-Hill, Chester.] Matric. Michs. 1834; 
B.A. 1838. Ord deacon, 1838; priest, 1839; P.C. of Dolphin- 
holme, Lanes., 1838-41. P.C. of St Paul's, Chester, 1842-71. 
V. of Hook, Hants., 1872-84. Lived latterly at Cavendish 
Park, Rock Ferry, Cheshire. Disappears from Crockford, 
1888. (Clergy List.) 

GAMBIER, EDWARD JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 20, 
1813. [3rd s. of Samuel, first Commissioner of the Navy. 
B. [Apr. 21] 1794. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1813; Scholar, 
1815; Chancellor's Medallist, 1817; B.A. 1817; M.A. 1820. 
Fellow, 1819. President of the Union, 1815. Called to the 
Bar, Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 7, 1822. Municipal Corporation Com- 
missioner, 1833. Recorder of Prince of Wales Island, 1834. 
Knighted, 1834. Puisne Judge of Madras, 1836-42; Chief 
Justice of Madras, 1842-9. Married, 1828, Emiha Ora, dau. 
of C. MorgeU, M.P. Author, Treatise on Parochial Settlements. 
Died May 31, 1879, at 22, Hyde Park Gate, London. (Boase, 
I. 1 1 18-19; D.N.B.; Burke, P. and B.; Eton Sch. Lists, which 
does not give parentage; The Times, June 4, 1879.) 

GAMBIER, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Sidney, July 6, 1790. S. of 
James, Capt. of Marines. B. in London. Schools, Winchester 
and Langley, Kent (Mr J. E. Gambler). 

GAMBIER, JAMES EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Sidney, June 25, 
1779. S. and h. of William James, of Camberwell [and 
Mary, dau. of the Rev. Richard Venn]. B. July 20, 1759, 
in St Marv's, Aldermary, London. Schools, Kensington 
(Mr Elphin'stone) and Hackney (Mr H. Newcome). Matric. 
Lent, 1780; Scholar; B.A. 1783; M.A. 1786; C. of Chart-by- 
Sutton, Kent, 1789. R. of Langley, 1789. R. of St Mary's, 
Strand, London, 1813- (vacant, 1839). Married, Nov. 7, 
1782, Eleanor, dau. of Richard Bardwell, of Beccles, Suffolk, 
and had issue. Died May 12, 1839. Father of PhiHp V. 
(next). (Cant. Act Bk. ; J. Venn, Annals of a Clerical Family; 
G. Mag., 1838, II. 6; Foster, Index Eccles.) 

GAMBIER, PHILIP VENN. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 15, 
181 3. [4th s. of James Edward (above), clerk. B. Jan. 8, 
1795.] Matric. Michs. 1813. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 
Nov. 25, 1825. Recorder of Faversham, Kent. Died un- 
married. (Law Lists; J. Venn, Annals of a Clerical Family.) 

GAMBIER, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 14, 1831. 
[S. of Sir James, Knt. B. Apr. 24, 1814. School, Eton.] 
Matric. Michs. 1832; Scholar, 1835; B.A. (sist Wrangler; 
Class. Trip., ist Class) 1836. Died May 18, 1837, aged 23. 
Brother of Sebastian J. (1828). (Eton Sch. Lists; G. Mag., 
1837. II. 98-) 

GAMBIER, SAMUEL JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Mar. I, 1825. S. of Samuel [of.Offley Place, Hitchin]. B. at 
Hampstead, London. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1825; 
B.A. 1830; M.A. 1834. Ord. deacon (Bristol) Jan. 22, 1831; 
priest, Jan. 14, 1832; C. of Compton- Valence, Dorset, 1831. 
British Chaplain at Caen, 1834; at Leghorn, 1839-45; 
resigned owing to ill-health. Married, 1830, Maria Rowlanda, 
eldest dau. of Vice-Admiral Rowland Money, and had issue. 
Died Jan. 12, 1878, at Leghorn. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; C. R. 
Hudleston.) 



Gambier, Sebastian James 

GAMBIER, SEBASTIAN JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Magdalene, May 22, 1828. S. of Sir James, Knt., of 
Sacombe Park, Herts, [and Jemima Snell]. School, Britwell, 
Oxon. (Mr Evans). Matric. Michs. 1828; B.A. 1832. P.C. of 
Lee Brockhurst, Salop, 1841. R. of Grinshill, 1841-9. P.C. 
of Sandgate, Kent, 1849-52. Chaplain to the Earl of Gains- 
borough, 1852. Died May 30, 1852, at Cologne. Brother of 
Samuel (1831). [Clergy Lists; Cant. Act Bk.; G. Mag., 1852, 
II. 209.) 

GAMBIER-GREEN, ROBERT (1862), see GREEN, ROBERT 
GAMBIER. 

GAMBLE, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 4, 1864. 
[S. of — , deceased.] B. at SheflSeld. School, Sheffield Col- 
legiate. Matric. Easter, 1864. Migrated to Caius, June 28, 
1864, age 23; B.A. 1868. Ord. deacon (Sodor and Man) 1868; 
C. of Rushen, Isle of Man, 186S-70. C. of St Stephen's, 
Sheffield, 1870-4. In Crochford, 1874-93, when his name 
disappears. But addenda (1940) to Venn claims that he was 
ord. deacon (? again) and priest (Melbourne) 1895 and was 
C. of many places in Victoria, Australia, and in Hobart, 
New Zealand, 1894-1930 (retired). In 1940, living at Drum- 
gold, Batesford, Geelong, AustraUa. {Peile, 11. 580; Venn, 
II. 366; Crockford.) 

GAMBLE, ALFRED FRANCIS MORGAN. Adm. at Trinity 
Hall, 1892. S. of Henry, Esq., deceased. School, West- 
minster. Matric. Michs. 1892. (Not found in Record of Old 

Westminsters.) 

GAMBLE, ARNOLD. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1885. S. of 
Joseph, steel merchant, of Sheffield. B. there [Dec. 12], 
1866. Schools, Wesley CoUege, Sheffield, and King William's 
College, Isle of Man. Matric. Michs. 1885. Resided three 
years. Steel manufacturer in Sheffield (Messrs Moss and 
Gamble). Chairman of John Round and Son, Ltd. Of 
Gamston Manor, Retford, Notts., in 1942. {King William's 
Coll., Isle of Man, Reg.; Vetm, 11. 479; Kelly, Handbook, 
1942.) 

GAMBLE, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 13, 1881. 
[5th] s. of [Sir] David [Bart.], of Windlehurst, St Helens, 
Lanes. B. there [Tune 28], 1863. School, Birkenhead Pro- 
prietary (Mr Pears"e). Matric. Michs. 1S81; B.A. 1884; M.A. 
188S. Ord. deacon (Southwell) 1887; priest, 1890; C. of 
Ashbourne, Derbs., 1S87-91. V. of Bradboume with Bal- 
Udon, 1891-1917. Died Oct. 14, 1917. (Burke, P. and B.; 
Crockford; Scott, MSS.; The Times, Oct. 17, 1917.) 

GAMBLE, ARTHUR NOEL. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1882. 
Adm. pens, at Downing, Oct. i, 1885; B.A. 1886. 

GAMBLE, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Nov. 11, 
1S52. B. at Gainsborough, Lines. Schools [Gainsborough 
Grammar and] King's College School, London. Matric. 
Michs. 1853; B..\. 1857; M.A. i860. A merchant of Gains- 
borough. J. P. for the parts of Lindsey, Lincolnshire. 'A ripe 
scholar, high principled and possessed of sound judgement.' 
Died Feb. 26, 1897, aged 62, at Cedar Cottage, Gainsborough. 
(Scott, MSS.; The Times, Mar. i, 1897; P. B. G. BinnaU.) 

GAMBLE, GEORGE SPENCER. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Downing, 
Mar. 16, 1842. Matric. Easter, 1842; B..-\. 1846; M.A. 1849. 

GAMBLE, HENRY CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
July 2, 1867. S. of H. C, of 3, Windsor Place, Bedford. 

GAMBLE, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, Apr. 7, 
1780. S. and h. of Dixon, wool-dealer, of Bungay, Suffolk. 
B. there. Matric. Michs. 1780; Scholar; B.A. (leth Wrangler) 
17S4; M.A. 1787. Fellow. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Mar. 12, 
1786. R. of Alphamstone, Essex. R. of Bradwell-juxta- 
Mare ('a most valuable li\'ing'), 1800. Chaplain to the Duke 
of York and Chaplain-General to the Forces. Much esteemed 
in civil and military scientific circles. Married, 1805, Miss 
Lathom, of Madras. Author of a quarto pamphlet. Observa- 
tions on Telegraphic Experiments ; Essay on the different Modes 
of Communication by Signals. Died July 27, 1811, at Knights- 
bridge. {D.N.B.; Cant. Act Bk.; G. Mag., 1811, 11. 193; 
Foster, Index Eccles.) 

GAME, HERBERT AYLWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 18, 1S92. S. of James .\ylward, of Veeda Grange, near 
New Bamet, Herts. B. Apr. 6, 1873, at Garforth, Yorks. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1928. 
Rowing 'blue,' 1895, 1896. In business in London; Director 
of Game, Son, Harrison and Larner, Ltd. Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (.\.B., R.N.V.R. (.\nti-.\ircraft)). Member of 
the Tea AdNisory Committee, Ministry of Food. Of 40, Lad- 
broke Road, London, W., in 1939. {Harrow Sch. Reg.; 
Univ. War List; Book of Blues; C.V. Pari. Reg., 1939.) 

GAMLEN, ROBERT LONG. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 2, 1899. 
[3rd] s. of Leonard Blagden [I.M.S.], J.P., of E. Emlett, 
Morchard Bishop, N. Devon. B. there Mar. 2, 1881. School, 



Gandy, Henry Garnett 

Monkton-Combe. Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1903; M.B. 
and B.C. 1908; M.A. 1909; M.D. I9r2. At St Thomas's 
Hospital, London; Resident House Surgeon. M.R.C.S.; 
L.R.C.P., igo6. In the Indian Medical Service; Capt., 1911. 
Served in the Abor Expedition, 1911-12, and in the Great 
War, 1914-19. Died Feb. 18, 1921, at Dawlish. {Monkton- 
Combe Reg.; Scott, MSS.; Medical Directories; Venn, m. 
396; Univ. War List; The Times, Feb. 23, 1921.) 

GAMMELL, JAMES [STEWART]. Adm. pens, at Jesus, June 9, 
1846. S. and h. of James [Capt., of .■\rdiffery, .\berdeens.]. 

B. Sept. 20, 1826. School, Edinburgh Academy; Glasgow 
University, 1844. Matric. Michs. 1847; Scholar; B.A. 1851; 
M.A. 1854. Ord. deacon (St Andrews) 1852; priest, 1853; 

C. of Dolfor, Montgom., 1852-7. C. of St Paul's, Hammer- 
smith, 1857-8. C. of St Paul's, Vauxhall, 1858-60. V. of 
Outwood, Yorks, 1860-80. Chaplain of St Palladius, Drum- 
tochty, 1883-8. Chaplain to the Bishop of Brechin, 1888. 
Succeeded to Dnimtochty, Kincardineshire, and other 
estates in Aberdeenshire, Forfarshire and Perthshire. J. P. for 
Kincardineshire. Married, 1866, Ann, dau. of Henry Allcock 
Bramley, of SUcoates, Yorks., and had issue. Died Nov. 2, 
1899, at Drumtochty Castle. Father of Sydney J. (next). 
(Walford, Co. Fam.; Edinburgh Academy Reg.; Burke, 
L.G.; Scott, MSS.; Crockford; The Times, Nov. 6, 1899.) 

GAMMELL, SYDNEY JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. I, 1886. S. and h. of James Stewart (above), 
clerk, of Drumtochty Castle, near Fordoun, Kincardineshire. 
B. June 25, 1867, at Outwood, near Wakefield, Yorks. 
School, CUfton College. Matric. Michs. 1886; B..\. 1889. 
Of Drumtochty, Kincardine and Countesswells, Aberdeen. 
Succeeded to the family estates, Nov. 2, 1899. J. P. for 
Kincardine, 1894. D.L. of Aberdeen, 1903. Councillor, Kin- 
cardineshire; Chairman, District Committee, 1900. Capt., 
Forfar and Kincardine R.G.A. (Militia). Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.G.A.). Knighted, 1928. Married, 
1891, Alice French, dau. of the Rev. Henry Stobart, of 
Wykeham Rise, Totteridge, and had issue. Of 68, Gladstone 
Place, Aberdeen, in 1942. Died Feb. 25, 1946. {Clifton 
Coll. Reg.; Kelly, Handbook, 1942; The Times, Oct. 28, 1941; 
Burke, L.G., 1939; Scott, MSS.; Scottish Biographies; Who's 
Who; The Times, Feb. 28, 1946.) 

GAMSON, CHARLES ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Sidney, June 25, 
1865. S. [and h.] of Robert (next), V. of Normanton, Notts. 

B. Jan. 15, 1847, at Scotter, near Gainsborough, Lines. 
Schools, Newbald, near Hull (Mr Blvth) and Oakham 
(Dr Wood). Matric. Michs. 1865; Scholar; B.A. 1869; M.A. 
1872. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1871; priest, 1872; C. of 
Beckingham, Lines., 1871-3. C. of Pickhill, Yorks., 1873-8. 
Chaplain, R.N.; served in H.M.S. Orontes, 1877-81; Lord 
Warden, 1881-3; Superb (Mediterranean), 1883-7; Ajax, 
1887-8. Retired, 1888. Lived at Normanton-on-Trent, 
Notts., 1889-99, where he succeeded his father as V., 1899- 
1919; retired. Disappears from Crockford, 1922. 

GAMSON, ROBERT. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, Mar. 10, 
1828. [S. of Robert.] B. June 11, 1809, at Gringley-on-the- 
Hill, Notts. School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 1828; 
B.A. r832; M.A. 1835. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1832; priest, 
1833; C. of Ha.xey, Lines., -1841-4. C. of Scotton, 1848-54. 

C. of Normanton-on-Trent, 1855-7; V. there, 1857-99. Died 
Jan. 9, 1899. Father of Charles R. (above). {Merchant 
Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Crockford.) 

GANDHI, NADIRSHAW HORMAZSHAW. Adm. at Caius, 
Oct. 2, 1899. S. of Hormazshaw Dinshaw, head clerk of the 
Customs Dept., Jodhpore. B. at Surat, May 17, 1878. 
School, Proprietary High School, Bombay. Matric. Michs. 
1899; B.A. 1902. At the London Hospital. M.R.C.S.; 
L.R.C.P., 1906. Of Cambridge House, Bucknall, Stoke-on- 
Trent, in 1930. (I'tKH, II. 396; Medical Directories.) 

GANDY, ERIC WORSLEY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 1898. 
S. of Dr William, of 2, Central Hill, Norwood [and Julia 
Matilda Worslev]. B. July 6, 1879. Educated at a private 
school in Sussex. Matric. Michs. 1898; B..^. 1903. At West- 
minster Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1908. Consulting 
Anaesthetist to Westminster Hospital, to the Royal Ear 
Hospital, Chelsea Hospital for Women, R. Masonic Hospital 
and Norwood Cottage Hospital. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R.; O.B.E.; V.D.; mentioned 
in despatches; ChevaUef, Legion of Honour (France); King's 
Messenger, Admiralty Despatch Service). Author, medical. 
Of the Hill Top, Gipsv Hill, Norwood, in 1942. {Univ. War 
List; Kelly, Handbook] ig42; Medical Diredories; Who's Who, 
1942.) 

GANDY, HENRY GARNETT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 2, 
r879. S. [and h.] of Henry, of Skirsgill, Penrith, Cumberland. 
B. .^ug. 28, i860, at Bolton. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1879; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1886. Solicitor. Of Skirsgill Park, 
Cumberland. D.L. for Cumberiand. C.B.E., 1920. Died 
Nov. 26, 1939, at Bournemouth. {Eton Sch. Lists; Who was 
Wlw, 1929-40; Burke, L.G.; The Times, Nov. 30, 1939-) 



Gandy, James Hunter 

GANDY, JAMES HUNTER. Adin. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Apr. 2, 1844. S. of John. B. at Kendal, Westmorland. 
School, Rugbv. Matric. Michs. 1844; B.A. 1848; M.A. 1853. 
Ord. deacon (Bath and Wells) 1848; priest, 1850; C. of Goat- 
hurst, Somerset, 1850. C. of N. Petherton, 1851. V. of Old 
Cleeve, 1851-8. P.C. of Upton, Peterborough, i858-r)2. R. of 
Stanwick, Northants., 1863-73. V. of St John's, .Augoll 
Town, N. Brixton, Surrey, 1873-7. R. of Chesterton with 
Haddon, Hunts., 1877-1000. Disappears from Crochford, 
1902. 'Died 1905.' (Northants. Clergy; Rugby Sch. Reg., 
which gives 'died July, 1899'; Clergy List.) 

GANDY, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Sidney, July 5, i756. 
S. of Simon, gent., of Exeter. B. in London. School, Tiverton 
(Mr Daddo). Matric. Michs. 1756; Scholar; B..^. 1762; M.A. 
1768. Ord. deacon (Norwich, Litt. dim. from Exeter) Dec. 19, 
1762. V. of Whitchurch, Devon, 1767-9. V. of St .'Andrew's, 
Plymouth, 1769-1824. Prcb. of E.xeter, 1777. Died Sept. 30, 
1824, aged 83. Father of the next. (G. Mag., 1824, 11. 570.) 

GANDY, SAMUEL WHITLOCKE. Adm. (age 18) at King's, 
a scholar from Eton, July 28, 1795. S. and h. of John (above) 
[V. of St .Andrew's, Plymouth]. Bapt. there Jan. 12, 1776. 
Matric. Michs. 1797; B.A. 1800; M.A. 1803. Fellow, 1798- 
1817. Ord. priest (Canterbury) 1799. .Assistant Master at 
Eton, 1800-3. Minister of East Stonehouse and St Budeaux, 
near Plymouth. V. of Kingston-on-Thames with Richmond, 
Surrey, 1817-51. .Author, Sermons and Hymns. Died 
Dec. 25, 1851. (Eton Sch. Lists; Dr W. E. St L. Finny, 
who incorrectly gives V. of Kingston-on-Thames, 1807-52; 
G. Mag., 1852, I. 207b; Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology; 
Clergy List; Foster, Index Eccles.; Cant. Act Bk.) 

GANE, CHARLES VENOUR. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
May 10, 1897. S. of William Lawe [solicitor, and Maria, of 
St James's Lodge, Clapton]. B. Nov. 22, 1876, at Stoke 
Newington. School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 1897; 
Exhibitioner; B.A. 1900. Assistant Master at the Grocers' 
Co.'s School, Hackney Downs, London. Principal of Marton 
Hall Prep. School, Bridlington, Yorks., where he died, 
Apr. II, 1925. (Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Schoolmasters' 
Directories.) 

GANE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Nov. 9, 1819. 
S. of George Sweet, deceased. B. at Crosconibe, Somerset. 
Matric. Michs. 1820; LL.B. 1826. Ord. deacon (Gloucester, 
Liu. dim. from London) Sept. 14, 1823; priest, 1824. R. of 
Cann with Shaston St Rumbold, Dorset, 1838-56. Died 
May 31, 1856. (Crockford; Foster, Index Eccles.; Clergy 
List; Scott, .l/.'^.S.; G. Slag., 1856, 11. 122.) 

GANNELL, HENRY CLAUDE. .Adm. at Caius, Oct. 2, 1893. 
S. of Henry, of Temple Chambers, London. B. at Newcastle- 
on-Tyne, 1874. School, Northampton Grammar. Matric. 
Michs. 1893; B.A. i8g6. Ord. deacon (Chichester) 1897; 
priest, 1898; C. of Crowborough, Sussex, 1897-9. C. of 
St Paul's, Bath, 1899-1900. C. of Burghfield, Berks., 1900-1. 
C. of Steep, Hants., 1901-3. C. of St John-the-Evangelist, 
Hollington, Sussex, 1903-5. C. of All Saints', Hastings, 
1905-6. C. of Epsom, Surrey, 1907-10. C. of Glenfield with 
Kirby Muxloe, Leics., 1911-19. V. of Copt Oak, Leicester, 
1919-36. Died July, 1936. (Venn, it. 531; Ridley Hall List; 
Crockford.) 

GANNON, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 12, 1864. S. of 
James, Quartermaster, of the Royal South Lines. Militia 
[and Albina]. B. Jan. 31, 1846, at Nenagh, Co. Tipperary. 
Bapt. Feb. 20, 1846, Matric. Michs. 1864; B.A. 1885. 

GANTILLON, FRANCIS EDMUND. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 4, 1873. S. and h. of Peter John Francis (1847), clerk 
[and Emma Jane]. B. [Dec. 4, 1853], at Cambridge. Bapt. 
June 15, 1854. School, Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs. 
1873; B.A. 1878. Ord. deacon (York) 1879; priest (Tasmania, 
Litt. dim. for York) 1880; C. of Monk-Bretton, Yorks., 
1879-84. Died there Feb. 23. 1884. Half-brother of the 
next. (Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; Crockford.) 

GANTILLON (post SKINNER), FREDERIC'S NEPEAN. Adm. 
scholar at Queens', Michs. 1895. [S. of Peter John Francis 
(next), clerk. B. Jan. 24, 1876, at Cheltenham, Gloucs. 
School, Cheltenham College.] Matric. Michs. 1895; Scholar, 
1895; B..A. 1898; M.A. 1904. Ord. deacon (Bristol) 1900; 
priest, 1901; C. of Heubury, Gloucs., 1900-2. Assistant 
Master at Horton School, Ickwell Bury, 1902-3. Chaplain 
and Assistant Master of Aysgarth School, Yorks., 1903-8. 
C. of St Patrick's, Brompton, Yorks., 1903-8. .Assistant 
Master at St Michael's Coll., Tenbury, and at Wells House 
Prep. School, Malvern Wells, 1909; at Leatherhead School, 
1909-12; at St Edward's School, Oxford, 1912; at Chigwell 
School, 1912-15; at Haileybury College, 1915-20. Acting 
Head Master, Cornwall College, Jamaica, 192 1-3. Assistant 
Master, Vancouver Island School, 1923-5. Resident at 
Cheltenham in 1947. Half-brother of Francis E. (above). 
(Crockford; W. Cowper, Jamaica List; Schoolmasters' Direc- 
tories; Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; St John's, Leatherhead, Reg. 
(Skinner).) 



Garbet, Samuel 

GANTILLON, PETER JOHN FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 29, 1847. S. 01 Peter, Esq., of Turnham Green, 
Middlesex [and Hannah]. B. Apr. 9, 1829, at Chiswick. 
School, Rugby (described as 'ward of Rev. E. Mortlock, 
Christ's College, Cambridge'). Matric. Michs. 1847; Scholar; 
B.A. 1851; M..A. 1854. Second Master at Leicester Collegiate 
School, 1854-61. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1856; priest, i!357; 
C. of St John's, Leicester, 1856-g. Classical Master at 
Cheltenham College, 1861-85. Chaplain of Cheltenham 
General Hospital, 1886-1906. Married (1) Elizabeth, dan. 
of R. Buckle, Esq., of Cambridge; (2) Laura Julia, dau. of 
the Rt Hon. H. A. Herbert, of .Muckross. Edited, Classical 
Examination Papers; Meletemata, or Latin Passages for 
Unprepared Translation. Died Mar. 2, 1906, at MontpelUer 
Terrace, Cheltenham. Father of Francis E. (1873) and 
Frederick N. (1895). (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Cheltenham Coll. 
Reg.; Crockford; Scott, MSS.; The Standard, Mar. 6, 1906.) 

GANZ, ALBERT WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 18, 
1892. S. of William, professor of music, of 126, Harley 
Street, London. B. Jan. 24, 1874, in London. School, 
Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. and LL.B. 1895. 
Called to the Bar, Middle Temple, June 30, 1897. On the 
South Eastern Circuit. Of i, Tanfield Court, Temple, E.G., 
in 1942. Died Feb. 5, 1947. (Record of Old Westminsters; 
Law Lists.) 

GAPE, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, June 26, i8i8. 
Of Hertfordshire. S. of James Carpenter (1773), clerk. 
Matric. Michs. 1818; B.A. 1822; M..A. 1825. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) 1S22; priest, 1825. V. of Sibsey, Lines., 1826-71. 
v. of Willoughton, 1836-71. V. of Hillington, Norfolk, 
1837-40. Married, 1828, Mary Ehzabeth, dau. of Thomas 
Howard, Esq., of St Michael's, Herts. Died Feb. 24, 1890, at 
11, Exeter Road, Brondesbury. Brother of Thomas F. 
(1805). (T. A. Walker, 404; Index Eccles.; Crockford; Clergy 
List; Scott, A/SS.i; The Guardian, Feb. 26, 1890; P. B. G. 
Binnall.) 

GAPE, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, June 28, 
1855. Of Lincolnshire. Matric. Michs. 1855; B.A. 1859; 
M..A. 1862. Ord. deacon (Chester) i860; priest, 1861; C. of 
Waterloo, Liverpool, i860. C. of St Michael's, Toxteth Park, 
1861. C. of Ashby with Oby and Thime, Norfolk, 1862. 
P.C. of West Somerton, 1864-6. V. of Rushall, 1866-98. 
Lived latterly at West Parade, Norwich, where he died 
Dec. 10, 1902. (Crockford; Scott, MSS.; TheTimes, Dec. 13, 
1902.) 

GAPE, HERBERT. Matric. Non-CoU. Easter, 1884. 

GAPE, JAMES CARPENTER. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
May 19, 1773. [6th] s. of Thomas [and Jane, dau. of William, 
1st Viscount Grimston], of St .Albans, Herts. B. Mar. 8, 
1754. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1776; B..A. 1777; 
M.A. 1780. Ord. priest (London) Mar. 15, 1778. V. of 
St Michael's, St Albans, 1778-1827. V. of Redbourn, Herts., 
1788-1826. Chaplain-in-Ordinary to King George III, 1794. 
V. of Croydon and R. (and Patron) of Clopton, Cambs., 
1826-7. Mayor of St Albans, 1809 and 1822. Married, 
Feb. 2, 1786, Elizabeth Vernon, dau. of John Fothergill, of 
Soho, near Birmingham. Died Feb. 26, 1827. Father of 
Charles (1818) and Thomas F. (next). The Gape family was 
prominent for over two centuries in the history of St .Albans. 
(G. Mag., 1827, I. 376; Record of Old Westminsters; Berry, 
Herts. Pedigree.) 

GAPE, THOMAS FOREMAN. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Dec. 22, 1805. S. and h. of James Carpenter (above), clerk, 
of St Albans. Bapt. Oct. 15, 1789. School, Westminster. 
Matric. Michs. 1806; Scholar, 1807; LL.B. 1812. Fellow, 
1816-28. CaUed to the Bar, Middle Temple, June 28, 1816. 
Mavor of St Albans, 1817 and 1829. Died Sept. 29, 1857, 
aged 68. Brother of Charles (1818). (Law Lists; Record of 
Old Westminsters.) 

GAPP, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Pembroke, July 11, 1779. 
S. of Richard, wool-dealer, of Norwich. B. there Dec. 18, 
1760. School, Merchant Taylors'. Scholar, 1^79; matric. 
Michs. 1780; Exhibitioner, 1780; B.A. ($th Wrangler) 1784. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) Oct. i, 1786; priest, June 3, 1787; 
C. of Crostwight, Norfolk, 1786. (Merchant Taylors' Sch. 
Reg.) 

GAPPER, THOMAS PHELPS. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
July 4, 1833. S. of William, Esq., of Wincham, Chard, 
Somerset. Matric. Michs. 1833. 

GARBET, SAMUEL. M..A. 1764, incorp. from Oxford. Only s. 
of Samuel, clerk, of Wem, Salop. Matric. from Christ Church, 
Oxford, -Apr. 6, 1734, age 17; B.A. 1737; M..A. 1743. C. of 
Wem. C. of Newtown. Gough states that he had the prin- 
cipal part in drawing up Valentine Green's Survey of the City 
of Worcester, 1764 and was 'a great historian, chronologist 
and hnguist,' though he published nothing under his own' 
name. Died 1768. (Al. Oxon.; D.N.B., under his father's 
entry; Nash, Worcestershire, 11. 25; Gough, British Top., 11. 
389-) 



Garbett, Colin Campbell 

GARBETT, COLIN CAMPBELL. AcVn. pens, at Jesus, Oct. 
igoo. 2nd s. of Hubert, M.I.C.E., of Castletown, Isle of Man. 
B May 22, i8Si,at Dalhousie, India. School, King William s 
CoUege, Isle of Man. Matric. Michs. 1900; Scholar and 
Exhibitioner; B.A. (Class. Trip., Ft I, ist Class) 1903; LL.B. 
1904 Entered the I.C.S., 1904; .■\ssistant Comnussioner. 
Settlement Officer, Mandi State, 1910. District Judge, 
Simla, 1913. Assistant Postal Censor, Karachi, 1915; at 
Bombay, 1916. Chief Pohtical Officer, M.E.F., 1916; thrice 
mentioned in despatches. Secretariat, Turkish Peace Delega- 
tion, 1919-20. Assistant Secretary, India Office, 1919-20. 
Secretary to High Commissioner for Iraq, 1920-2. CLE., 
1918. C.M.G., 1922. C.S.I., 1935. K.C.B.E., 1941- Deputy 
Commissioner, 1925-9; Commissioner, 1935. Chief Secretary 
to the Government of the Punjab, 1931- Financial Com- 
missioner, Punjab, 1937. Chairman, Punjab Forest Com- 
mission, 1937. Commissioner of Revenue, 1938. (Scott, 
MSS., which erroneously gives 2nd s. of Henry; Cambridge 
Review; I.C.S. Lists; King William's Coll., Isle of Man, Reg.; 
Who's Who.) 

GARBOUSHIAN, AVIDIS. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1875; 
B.A. 1S78. 2nd s. of Thomas, of Kissab, near Antioch, gent. 
Had matric. Non-Coil, at Oxford, Jan. 16, 1875 (Avedis), 
age 24. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1878; priest, 1879; C. of 
St John's, Portsea, 1878-9. Chaplain at Cyprus, 1879-81. 
C.-in-charge of St Luke's, Reigate, Surrey, 1881-2. Consular 
Chaplain at Malaga, r885; at Marseilles, 1885, where he died 
Aug. 29, 1S85. (Crockford; Scott, MSS.; The Guardian, 
Sept. 9, 1885.) 

GARBUTT, LLEWELLYN LARDER. Adm. scholar at Clare, 
June 10, 1876. S. of William, deputy governor of Derby 
gaol. B. Mar. 19, 1858. School, Derby. Matric. Michs. 1876; 
B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., ist Class, 1879) 1880; M.A. 1S83. 
Assistant Master at Ely Cathedral School, 1879; at Exeter 
Grammar School, 1880-3. Science Master at Winchester 
College, 1883-1918. Died Jan. 30, 1942, at St .Mbans. 
(Derby Sch. Reg.; Winchester Coll. Reg.; The Times, Jan. 31, 
1942.) 

GARCIA, GEORGE HENRY RUSSELL. Adm. pens, at St John's. 
Sept. 3, 1889. S. of Charles Henry Russell, mineral- 
water manufacturer, of Southampton [and Ellen Sofie]. 
B. there .^ug. 29, 1869. Schools, Taunton (Mr Corbin) and 
Cheshunt College, Waltham (Rev. H. D. Reynolds). Matric. 
Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892. Brother of the next. 

GARCIA, LEOPOLD BASIL RONALD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 9, 1900. S. of Charles, mineral-water maker, of South- 
ampton [and Ellen Soffe]. B. Sept. 15, 1S82, at Fitzhaugh, 
Millbrook. School, Southampton Grammar (Mr J. Fewmgs). 
Matric. Michs. 1900. On May 30, 1917 (when he described 
himself as 'a barrister, and of the E. Anghan School, Bury . 
St Edmunds'), he was charged before the Cambridge magis- 
trates with being drunk and disorderly. It was alleged that 
he had described himself as 'G. S. West, of St John's'; 
promising amendment, he was discharged. Brother of the 
above. [Cambridge Daily News, May 30 and June 6, 1917; 
Scott, MSS.) 

GARDEN, ALEXANDER WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
XUgdalene, May i, 1857. S. of John, Esq., of Redisham 
Hall, Suffolk. B. May 29, 1839. School, Westminster. 
Matric. Michs. 1857; B.A. 1S61. Living in Italy, in 1924. 
Died July i, 1928, at Bricherasio, North Italy. Brother of 
John L. (1851). [Record of Old Westminsters; The Times, 
July 4, 1928.) 

GARDEN, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, July 4, 
r828. S. and h. of Alexander [merchant, of Glasgow, and 
Rebecca, dau. of Robert Menteith, Esq., of Carstairs]. B. at 
Glasgow [1810]. From Glasgow University (1825). Matric. 
Michs. 1829; Hulsean Prize, 1832; B.A. 1833; M.A. 1836. 
LL.D. (Glasgow) 1883. A college friend of Richard Chenevix- 
Trench, F. D. Maurice and John Sterling. Ord. deacon 
(Litt. dim. from Canterbury) Jan. 1836; priest (London) 
Dec. 18, 1836; C. of Bocking, Essex, 1836. C. of Hurst- 
monceaux, Sussex, 1838-9. C. of St James's, Piccadilly, 
1839-40. P.C. of Holv Trinity, Blackheath, 1840-4. I. of 
St Paul's, Edinburgh, 1845-g. Assistant to English Chaplain 
at Rome, 1851-2. C. of St Stephen's, Westminster, 1858-9. 
Teacher of Theology at King's College, London, 1858-81. 
Sub-Dean of H.M. Chapels Royal, 1S59-S4. Married (i) 
1837, Virginia, dau. of Admiral Dobbie; (2) Miss — Boucher. 
Author, Outline of logic; Discourses on Heavenly Knouiedge, 
etc. Edited the Christian Remembrancer, 1841-84. Died 
May II, 1884, at 67, Victoria Street, Westminster. [D.S.B.; 
Glasgow Grads.; Cant. Act Bk.; Crockford; Boase, i. 1121; 
R. C. Trench, Mem^ials.) 

GARDEN, JOHN LARKENS PASCAL. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Peterhouse, Oct. 30, 182S. OfSurrev. Matric. Michs. 1829 ; 
B.A. 1833; M..\. 1836. P.C. of Fairfield, Kent, 1840-50, and 



Gardiner, Frederick William 

C. of GiUingham, 1845-50. P.C. of Flamstead, Herts., 
1852-8. Died Jan. i, 1858. (G. Mag., 1858, i. 224; Clergy 
List; T. A. Walker, 435; Scott, MSS.; Cant. AU Bk.; Foster, 
Index Eccles.) 

GARDEN, JOHN [LEWIS]. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
May 20, 1851. S. of John [of Redisham HaU]. B. [1833] at 
Redisham, Suffolk. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1851. 
Of Redisham Hall, Suffolk. Brother of Alexander W. (1857). 
[Eton Sch. Lists; Walford, who caUs him John Larkms; 
C. R. Hudleston.) 

GARDINER, ALLAN FREDERICK. .\dm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. I, 1900. S. of John WiUiam [Bengal Cml 
Ser\ace], of Glenwood, Auckland Road, Upper Norwood. 
B. Sept. 5, 1881, at Dalhousie, India. School, Bradfaeld . 
CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1900; Scholar; B.A. 1903. Migrated 
to Jesus as Kay Scholar, Michs. 1903 (Theol. Trip., Pt I, 
1st Class, 1905); Jeremie Sept. Prize, 1906; M..A.. 1907. Ord. 
deacon (Southwark) 1906; priest, 1907; C. of St Philips, 
Lambeth, 1906-8. Principal and Warden, Bishop Heber 
CoUege, Trichinopoly, S. India, 1908-29. Fellow of Madras 
LTniv., 1910-28. Chaplain, Indian Defence Force, 1916-18. 

* R. of Lamboume with Abridge, Essex, 1929-36. V. of Hat- 
field Heath, 1936-45. V. of Guilden Morden, Cambs., 
1945-7-. Brother of James E. (1898). [Bradfield Coll. Reg.; 
Crockford.) 

GARDINER, ALLEN FRANCIS. Adm. peas, (age 20) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. I, 1883. S. and h. of AUen Weare, clerk, de- 
ceased [Magdalen CoUege, Oxford]. B. at Lota, S. America. 
School, The Britannia. Matric. Michs. 1883. Ord. deacon 
(Waipatu) 1889; priest, 1890; C. of Holy Trinity, Gisbome, 
N.Z., 1889-94. V. of St Peter's, Waipawa, 1894-8. C. of 
Marton, 1899. C. of Havelock, 1900-1. V. of Havelock N., 
igoi-ii. Disappears from Crockford, 1913- Brother of 
Charies L. (1883); doubtless grandson of the missionary of 
these names, for whom see D.N.B. and Boase, i. 1121. 

GARDINER, CHARLES IRVING. .A.dm. pens, at Christ's, 
Oct. I, 1887. S. of Samuel Rawson [the historian]. B. 
[Sept. 16, 1868], in London. School, Dulwich CoUege. 
Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890; M.A. 1896. Assistant 
Master at Dulwich College Prep. School, 1891; at Epsom 
College, 1892-5. Senior Science Master at Cheltenham 
College, 1895-1929-. .\uthor, An Introduction to Geology. 
Of 5, Grafton Terrace, Cheltenham, where he died Dec. 10, 
1940. [Dulwich Coll. Reg.; Peile, u. 735; Schoolmasters' 
Directories; The Times, Dec. 14, 1940.) 

GARDINER, CHARLES LLOYD. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Pembroke, Oct. i, 1883. S. of AUen Weare, clerk, deceased. 
B. at Lota, S. America. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887. 
Brother of .A.Uen F. (1883). 

GARDINER, EDMUND JOHN MILNE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 19, 1872. S. of John, of 12, Queensberry Place, London 
[sometime of 33, Sandgate Road, Folkestone]. B. [Jan. 29, 
1854], in London. School, Cheltenham CoUege. Matnc. 
Michs. 1872; LL.B. 1876. [Cheltenham Coll. Reg.) 

GARDINER, FELIX JOHN STERNDALE. .A.dm. at Selwyn H., 
Oct. I, 1895. S. of John .\lexander, of Tiptree Heath, Essex. 

B. Sept. 17, 1876. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 
1895; B..A.. 1898; M.A. 1902. Ord. deacon (by Bishop Barry) 
1900; priest (London) 1901; C. of St Peter's, ClerkenweU, 
London, 1900-5 and 192 1-9. C. of St Margaret's, Brighton, 
1906-12. V. of St PhiUp's, IsUngton, Middlesex, 1912-21. 
Secretary of the Society for the Relief of Poor Clergymen, 
1919-29. R. of Palgrave, Norfolk, 1929-46. [Record of Old 
Westminsters; Crockford.) 

GARDINER, FREDERICK ALEXANDER. .-Vdm. pens, at 
Queens', Apr. 21, 1855. Doubtless a mistake for Frederick 
Augustus Gardiner who appears in Crockford, Dubl. Grads. 
and Al. Oxon. as of Queens' College, Cambridge, and Trinity 
CoUege; Dublin; B..\. (Dubhn) 1858; M..-\. (Dubhn) 1865; 
adm. Com. causa at Oxford, 1865. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1858; 
priest, i860; C. of AU Saints', Harley Wood, Yorks., 1859-62. 

C. of Lydgate, Suffolk and of St John's, Wakefield, 1862-7. 
Assistant Chaplain of Chatham Prison, 1867-72. Prison 
Chaplain, 1872-7; at Woking, 1872-86 and 1887-1900-^; 
at Chatham, 1886-7. .■Author, Sertnon on the Marriage of their 
Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales, etc. 
Disappears from Crockfrrrd, 1901. [Dubl. Grads.; Al. Oxon.) 

GARDINER, FREDERICK WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. i, 1888. Of Kent. S. of Frederick Augustus 
[M.A., Dublin, 1865], clerk, of KnaphiU, Woking, Surrey. 
B. July 23, 1869, at Chatham. School, Derby. Matnc. 
Michs. 1888; Scholar, 1889; B.A. 1891; M.A. 1924. Played 
cricket for Surrey, 1889. Head Master of Warriston School, 
Moffat, in 1902. Of DaNadson's Mains, Edinburgh, in 1939. 
[Derby Sch. Reg.; C.U. Pari. Reg., 1939.) 



Gardiner, Gainsborough 

GARDINER, GAINSBOROUGH. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 25, 1832. Of Somerset. [Perhaps s. of Robert, of 
Langford.] Matric. Michs. 1832; B.A. 1837; M.A. 1840. 
Ord. deacon (Chester) 1836; priest, 1838. 'Of Worcester," 
1845-57- C. of Warndon, Worcester, 1858-69. Died at 
Clifton, Sept. 20, 1S69. {Clergy List.) 

GARDINER, GEORGE. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Jksus, Dec. 25, 
1815. S. of John, Esq. B. 1794, at Calcutta. School, Lough- 
borough House, near London. Matric. Michs. 1816. 

GARDINER, HENRY. M.A. 1858, incorp. from Oxford. 2nd s. 
of Kirkman, Esq., of Wandsworth, Surrey. Matric. from 
.Magdalen College, O.xford, Oct. 23, 1838, age 23; B..\. 
(O.xford) 1843; M.A. (Oxford) 1845. P.C. of Milford, Surrey, 
1848-56. R. of Catton, Yorks., 1859-64. Domestic Chaplain 
to Lord Leconfield, 1860-4. Died Apr. 5, 1864, at York. 
{Crockford; Al. Oxon.; G. Mag., 1864, i. 668.) 

GARDINER, HENRY [CLINTON]. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Peterhouse, Nov. 10, 1798. S. and h. of Henry Fiennes, 
Esq., late of Burcote, near Wing, Bucks. B. at Naples, Italy. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1798; B.A. 1803. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, 1801. Died Dec. 18, 1803, at Ardleigh, Essex,, 
after a few days' illness. (7". A . Walker, 371 ; Eton Sch. Lists; 
G. Mag., 1803, II. 1259.) 

GARDINER, HERBERT ALFRED PHELPS. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, Sept. 3, 1S89. S. of Joseph Phelps, clerk [Assoc. 
Sec'., C.M.S. at Southport], of Birmingham [and Jane 
Watson]. B. Jan. 3, 1871, at St Andrew's vicarage, Red 
River Settlement, Manitoba, Canada. School, Trent College 
(Rev. J. R. B. Owen). Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1895; 
M..^. 1902. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1898; priest, 1899; C. of 
St Clement's, Ipswich, 1S98-1900. C. of Langton Church, 
Leics., 1900-4 and 1910-13. C. of St Mark's, Wolver- 
hampton, 1904-9. C. of Chesham, Bucks., 1913-14. R. of 
Brampton with Stoven, Suffolk, 1914-47-. {Crockford.) 

GARDINER, HERBERT ALLEN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Aug. 21, 18S9. S. of Charles Baring. B. [Apr. 28, 1871], in 
London. Schools, Bedford Grammar and Brighton College. 
Matric. Michs. 1889; B..\. 1892; M.A. 1896. 'Assistant 
Master at the Preparatory School, Twyford, near Win- 
chester.' Lieut., Indian .f^rmy. {Brighton Coll. Reg.; Peile, 
II- 752.) 

GARDINER, JAMES ERNEST. Adm. pens, at Queens', Michs. 
1898. S. of John William [Bengal Civil Service]. [B. July 27, 
1879, at Dalhousie, India. School, Brad&eld College.] 
Matric. Michs. 1898; Exhibitioner, 1898; B.A. 1901; M.A. 
1905. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1902; priest, 1903; C. of St 
Thomas's, Exeter, 1902-4. C. of St Peter's, Tiverton, 1904-7. 
R. of L. Eversden and V. of Gt Eversden, Cambs., 1907-14. 
C. of St Nicholas with St Runwald, Colchester, 1914-18. 
Temporary C.F., 1918-20. P.C. of Stonegate, Sussex, 1921-g. 
V. of Billi'ngshurst, 1929-36. Died Mar. 18, 1937. Brother 
of Allan F. (igoo). (Bradfield Coll. Reg.; The Times, Mar. 20, 
1937; Crockford.) 

GARDINER, JAMES ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 5, 
1830. [Youngest s. of John, of Smithston, Rhynie, Aber- 
deens. B. 1813.] Matric. Michs. 1830; B.A. 1834; M.A. 1837. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, June 11, 1832. Called to the Bar, 
June 10, 1836. Conveyancer. Of the Duchy of Cornwall 
office. {Latc' Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

GARDINER, JOHN STANLEY. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1891. 
S. of the Rev. J[ohn] S[amuel] Jephson, rector of Black 
Torrington, Devon [and Sarah McTier]. B. Jan. 24, 1872, 
at Whitehouse Belfast. School, Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 
1891; Exhibitioner, 1893; Scholar, 1894-5; (Nat. Sci. Trip., 
Pt I, ist Class, 1893; Pt 11, 1st Class, 1895); B.A. 1895; 
M..\. 1898; Balfour Student, 1899-1901. Fellow, 1898. Dean, 
1902-9. Senior Proctor, 1907-8. University Zoological 
student at Naples, 1895. Zoologist on the Coral-boring 
Expedition to Funafuti, 1896; the Maldive Expedition 1899; 
Indian Ocean Expeditions, 1905 and 1908. Murchison Medal, 
R.G.S., 1902. F.R.S., 1908. University Demonstrator in 
Animal Morphology, 1902. University Lecturer in Zoology, 
1909. Professor of Zoology aud Comparative ."Vnatomy, 
1909-37; retired. Member of Treasury Committee on 
Fisheries, 1906-8, and Fishery Research. President of 
Zoological Section, British Association, 1920. Agassiz Medal 
of the Nat. Academy of Sciences, U.S.A., 1929. Linnean 
Medal, 1936. Director, Scientific Investigations, Ministry of 
Agriculture and Fisheries, 1920. Lowell Lecturer, Boston, 
U.S.A., 1930. A trustee of the British Museum, 1931; and 
member of Standing Commission on Museums and Galleries, 
1942. Author, Coral Reefs and Atolls. Editor of the Fauna 
and Geography of the Maldive and Laccadive Archipelagos; 
The 'Sealark' Expedition; The Natural History of Wicken 
Fen. Of Bredon House, Selwyn Gardens, Cambridge. Died 
Feb. 28, 1946. {Who's Who; Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Venn, 
n. 519-) 



Gardiner, William [Nelson] 

GARDINER, JOSEPH NAPIER. Adm. at Trinity H.-V.LL, 1890. 
S. [and h.] of William G. Napier, Esq., of Glenwood, Auck- 
land Road, Upper Norwood, London. [B. Nov. 28, 1872.] 
School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1890; Exhibitioner; Scholar, 
1891; B.A. 1893; M.B. and B.C. 1898; M.D. 1902. At Guy's 
Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., i8g6. CUnical Assistant, 
Gt Grmond Street Hospital. Served in the S. African War 
(Civil Surgeon, No. 3, Gen. Hospital, Rondebosch and 
Kroonstad). Practised at Dunmow, Essex, where he died 
Dec. 9, 1930. (Scott, MSS.; Medical Directories; The Times, 
Dec. II, 1930; Rugby Sch. Reg., which gives 's. and h. of 
John Williams, Esq., of Shahpur, Punjab, India.') 

GARDINER, LUKE. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St John's, June 7. 
1762. S. and h. of Charles, Esq., of Dublin, Ireland [and 
Florinda, dau. of Robert Norman, of Lagore, Co. Meath. 
B. Feb. 7, 1745]. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1765; B..^. 
1766; M.A. 1769. B.A., ad eundem, Dublin, 1767. M.P. for 
Dublin County, 1769-76, 1776-83, 1783^. P.C. (Ireland) 
1780. Succeeded his father in the inheritance of property 
from the 3rd Viscount Mountjoy, of Mountjoy, Co. Tyrone, 
Nov. 15, 1769. Created Baron Mountjoy, Sept. 19, 1789. 
and Viscount Mountjoy, Sept. 30, 1795- Colonel of the 
Dublin Militia. Married (i) July 3, 1773, EHzabeth, dau. of 
Sir William Montgomery, Bart., of Magbrehill, Peebles; 
(2) Oct. 20, 1793, Margaret, dau. of Hector Wallis, of Spring 
Mount, Queen's Co. Killed June 5, 1798, while leading his 
regiment against the insurgents at New Ross, Ireland. 
(Eton Coll. Reg.; G.E.C.; St John's Coll. Adm., iii. 680; 
Burke, Extinct Peerages; Al. Dubl.; Cambridge Chron., 
June 16, 179S; G. Mag., 1798, 1. 541.) 

GARDINER, SAMUEL RAWSON. Hon. Litt.D. 1899. S. and h. 
of Rawson Boddam, Esq., Bengal Civil Service, and Margaret, 
dau. of William Baring Gould, of Ropley, Southampton. 
B. there Mar. 4, 1829. School, Winchester. Matric. from 
Christ Church, Oxford, Oct. 20, 1847, age 18; student, 
1850-1; B.A. (Oxford) 1851; M.A. (Oxford) 1884. D.C.L. 
(Oxford). Research Fellow of AU Souls, 1884-92. Fellow of 
Merton, 1892-1902. LL.D. (Edin.) 1894. Hon. Ph.D. 
(Gottingen). Professor of Modern History at King's College, 
London, 1871-5. Author, History of England, 1603-42; 
History of the Great Civil War, 1642-g; Cromwell's Place in 
History; History of the Commonti'ealth and Protectorate, etc. 
Died Feb. 23, 1902. {Winchester Coll. Reg.; Al. Oxon.; 
Who a'fls Who, 1896-1916; Burke, L.G.; D.N.B.) 

GARDINER, WALTER. .\dm. at Clare, Jan. 25, 1878. [S. of 
Stephen T. B. Sept. i, 1859. School, Bedford.] Studied at 
Wiirzburg University. Matric. Michs. 1878; Scholar; (Nat. 
Sci. Trip., ist Class, 1881); B.A. 1882; M.A. 1885; Sc.D. 
1905. Fellow, 1885-1913. Bursar, 1895. Hon. Fellow, 1915. 
Demonstrator in Botany, 1884-8. tJniversitv Lecturer in 
Botany, 1888-9. About 1889, with Prof. M. C. Potter, 
re-instituted the Cambridge University Botanical Museum 
founded by Prof. Henslow. F.R.S., 1S90. Royal Society's 
Medal, 1898. Author of many papers dealing with the 
histological and physiological aspects of botany. Died 
Aug. 31, 1941. {Who's Who, 1942; TheTimes, Sept. 3, 1941.) 

GARDINER, WILLIAM CHETWYND. Adm. at Selwyn H., 
Oct. I, 1895. S. of William Fleming. B. Oct. 28, 1877. 
School, Tonbridge. Matric. Michs. 1S95; B.A. 1898; M.A. 
1909. Assistant Master at the City of London School, 
1909-29-. Of Langdale, Cedar Road, Berkhamsted, Herts. , 
in 1939. {Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; Schoolmasters' Directories 
C.U. Pari. Reg., 1939.) 

GARDINER, WILLIAM DUNDAS. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Apr. 25, 1849. S. and h. of WiUiam, Capt., R.N., of London. 
B. .■\ug. 3, 1830. [Schools, Royal Naval College and King's 
College School, London,] Matric. Michs. 1849; B..^. {15th 
Wrangler) 1853; M.A. 1S56. FeOow, 1858-63. President of 
the Union, 1856. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 8, 1853. 
Called to the Bar, Apr. 30, 1859. Equity Draftsman and 
Conveyancer. County Court Judge, 1897-1900. Married, 
Oct. I, 1863, Georgina Mary, dau. of Thomas Sydney 
Cooper, R.A., of Vernon Holme, Harbledown, Kent. Lived 
latterly at 12, Somerset Place, Bath. Died Sept. 13, 1900 
at 13, Grosvenor Crescent, St Leonards-on-Sea. (Scott 
MSS.; Lam Lists; Boase, v. 386; T. A. Walker, 498; Who's 
Wlw; Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, Sept. 17, 1900.) 

GARDINER or GARDNER, WILLIAM [NELSON]. Adm. sizar 
at Emmanuel, June 30, 1793 (W. Gardiner). Of Dublin. 
Migrated to Corpus Christi, Nov. 11, 1795 (W. Gardner). 
[S. of John, 'crier and factotum' to Judge Scott, and Mar- 
garet Nelson, his wife, a pastry cook. B. June 22, 1766, at 
Dublin. Educated at Mr Sisson Darling's Academy.] Matric. 
1796; Scholar, 1796; B..\. 1797. Before coming to Cambridge 
was attached to the suite of Sir James Nugent, of Donore, 
Westmeath; studied for three years at the Dublin Academy 
where he obtained a silver medal for drawing. Went to 
London and supported himself by portrait painting; ex- 



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Gardnar, Griffith 

hibited pictures at the Royal Academy, 1787, 1792 and i793- 
Gave up painting for the stage. Became an engraver and 
worked abroad under Bartolozzi and others, but though very 
proficient, disliked the work and returned to Dublin. With 
the intention of taking Orders was adm. at Emmanuel, I793. 
but finding that, as an Irishman, he had no chance of 
obtaining a Fellowship there, migrated to Corpus Christi. 
Being still unable to obtain a Fellowship, he returned to 
London and again took up portrait painting. Married 
Miss Seckerson, and with her help set up as a bookseller and 
pubhsher in Pall Mall; his eyesight failed, and his wife and 
child having died, he became eccentric in dress and behaviour. 
Referred to under the name of Mustapha in Dibdin's Biblio- 
mania. Illustrated Shakespeare, Dryden's Fables, Memories 
of Grammont, etc. Committed suicide, May 8, 1814, 'in 
consequence of unbearable misery.' See the biography he 
left, printed in G. Mag., June, 1814, i. 622. (D.N.B.; Concise 
Diet. Irish Biog.; Compendium of Irish Biography.) 

GARDNAR [or GARDNER], GRIFFITH. Adm. pens, at Clare, 
Mar. 26, 1753. B. at 'Dologelle' (sic), Merions. Matric. 
Easter, 1753; B..A.. 1757. 

GARDNER, ALAN EDWARD. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 6, 
1880. S. and h. of Alan Henry [K.C.B., Rear-Admiral, R.N., 
and Amy Sophia, dau. of John Payne Elwes, of Stoke 
College, Suffolk], of 16, Lower Phillimore Place, Kensington. 

B. [May 25, 1861], at Clifton. School [Malvern College and] 
Charterhouse (1874-6). Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 1884; 
M.A. 1887. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1885; priest, 1886; 

C. of Monks-Kirby, Warws., 1885-7. C. of Chipping Camp- 
den, Gloucs., 1888-91. C. of Tewkesbury Abbey, 1891-2. 
C. of St Stephen's, Cheltenham, 1892-4. V. of Bathford, 
Somerset, 1894-1912. Resided latterly at Hillcrest, Midford 
Road, Bath, where he died s.p. Jan. 7, 1918. {Malvern Coll. 
Reg.; Charterhouse Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Burke, P. and B.; 
Scott, MSS.; The Times, Jan. 10, 1918.) 

GARDNER, ALAN LEGGE, Baron. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Trinity, July 6, 1826. S. and h. of .'Vlan Hyde [2nd] Baron 
[by his 2nd wife, Charlotte Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Smith, 
ist Baron Carrington]. B. [Jan. 29, 1810, at Blackheath]. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1826. Succeeded his father as 
3rd Baron, Dec. 22, 1815. His claim to the peerage was 
admitted by the House of Lords in 1828, difficulties having 
arisen in consequence of the claim of a son, Henry Fenton 
Gardner, of the first wife (who was divorced in 1805). (See 
Le Marchant's Claim to the Barony of Gardner, 1828.) Lord 
of the Bedchamber to William IV, 1832-7. Lord-iu- Waiting 
to Queen Victoria, 1837-40. Married (i) Dec. i, 1835, 
Frances Margaret, dau. of William, ist Lord Dinorben; 
(2) 1848, Julia Sarah Hayfield, dau. of Edward Fortescue. 
Died s.p.m. Nov. 2, 1883, at 46, Dover Street, London, when 
the title became dormant. (Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, P. and B. ; 
G.E.C.; Boase, v. 386.) 
GARDNER (formerly PANTING), ANTHONY. Adm. FeU.-Com. 
at St John's, Oct. 17, 1872. S. of Robert [and Jane Eliza]. 
Of Shropshire. B. at Leighton. Bapt. Dec. 3, 1835. Matric. 
Michs. 1872. His father had changed his name, Aug. 30, 
1844. Brother of Thomas K. (1850). (Changes of Name.) 
GARDNER, ANTHONY. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Downing, Jan. 21, 

1S73. Probably same as above. 
GARDNER, ARTHUR. Adm.. at King's, Oct. i, 1897. [S. of 
Samuel, Esq., of Oakhurst, Harrow. School, Harrow.] 
Matric. Michs. 1897; (Class. Trip., Pt II, ist Class, 1901); 
B.A. 1901; M.A. 1904. Member of the London Stock Ex- 
change. F.S.-'V. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Pay- 
master Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R.). Author, Medieval Figure 
Sculpture in England; French Sculpture of the Thirteenth 
Century. Of Oakhurst, Harrow-on-the-Hill, Middlesex, in 
1943. Brother of Charles (1899). (Harrow Sch. Reg.; King's 
Coll. Adm. Reg.; Univ. War List.) 
GARDNER, ARTHUR EVANS. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
July 3, 1777. Of Lincolnshire. Matric. Michs. 1778. Kept 
the Michaelmas Term of 1778; name off, Aug. 23, 1779, with 
the note 'dead.' (St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 264.) 
GARDNER, BENJAMIN BAMBER. Adm. pens, (age 21) at 
Trinity Hall, May 4, 1859. S. of R. C. [Richard Cardwell], 
Esq., wine merchant, of Newsham House, Liverpool. Matric. 
Michs. 1859; B.A. 1863; M.A. 18S0. Adm. Solicitor, 1864. 
Practised at Liverpool (Gardner and Smith), 1880-. Later 
of Lancaster. Will in The Times, Aug. 4, 1911. (Law Lists; 
Scott, MSS.) 
GARDNER, CHARLES. Adm. at King's, Oct. 3, 1899. [S. of 
Samuel, Esq., of Oakhurst, Harrow. School, Harrow.] 
Matric. Michs. 1899; B..-\. 1902; M.A. 1906. Member of the 
London Stock Exchange (Laurence, sons and Gardner). 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut., R.M..-\.; musketry 
instructor). Drowned Aug. 13, 1920, at Mudeford, near 
Christchurch, Hants., in attempting to save the life of a 
Church Lads Brigade cadet. Brother of Arthur (1897). 
(Harrow Sch. Reg.; Univ. War List; King's Coll. Adm. Reg.) 



Gardner, George 

GARDNER, CHARLES FREDERIC. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1891. S. of Charles Frederic, Esq., late Paymaster in the 
U.S. Navy, of Upper Norwood, London. B. Nov. 14, 1872. 
School, Dulwich College. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. and 
LL.B. 1894. Adm. at the Inner Temple. British Vice-Consul 
at Frankfurt-on-Main, Germany, 1904; Consul-General, 
1910-14. Company Director. Of The Cedars, Groby Road, 
Leicester, in 1925. (Dulwich Coll. Reg.) 

GARDNER, CHARLES HENRY. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1881. 

GARDNER, CHRISTIAN FREDERIC. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Mar. 28, 1855. Of Bedfordshire. S. of Richard, clerk [and 
Eliza]. B. [May 9, 1837], at Cranfield. School, Collegiate, 
Southampton. Matric. Michs. T855; B.A. 1859. Served with 
the Buffs in Ireland and the West Indies; retired a Capt., 
and went to Natal c. i88o. Died at Pietermaritzburg, Jan. 
10, 1911. (F. P. White.) 

GARDNER, CYRIL ROBERT PRESTON. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity Hall, Jan. 14, 1889. S. of Lieut. -Col. [T.], of 
29, Hyde Park Gate, Kensington. School, Harrow. Did not 
reside. Of Bough Beech, Edenbridge, in 1925. (Harrow Sch. 
Reg., 1925.) 

GARDNER, ERIC. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1896. [Younger] s. 
of George, merchant [and Catherine Soames], of Snares- 
brook, Essex. B. [Nov. 6, 1877), in Hackney. School, 
Merchant Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899; M.B. 
and B.C. 1904. At the London Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 
1904. Clinical Assistant, Gt Ormond Street Hospital. F.S.A. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.A.M.C; men- 
tioned in despatches). InpracticeatWeybridge,i942. ,\uthor, 
medical. (Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Medical Directories; 
Venn, 11. 548; Univ. War List.) 

GARDNER, ERNEST ARTHUR. Adm. (age 18) at Caius, 
Oct. I, iSSo. [Younger] s. of Thomas, of Buckhurst Hill, 
Essex [stockbroker]. B. [Mar. 16], 1862, at Clapton. School, 
City of London (Dr E. A. Abbott). Matric. Michs. 1880; 
(Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1882; Pt II, ist Class, 1884); 
B.A. 1884; Craven Student, 1887-9; M.A. 1888; Litt.D. 
1913. Fellow, 1885-94; Hon. Fellow, 1926. Director of 
British School of Archaeology at .\thens, 1887-95. Professor 
of Archaeology at University College, London, 1896-1902. 
Pu'olic Orator at the University of London, 1910-29. Yates 
Professor of Archaeology. F.B.A. Hon. Litt.D. (Dublin). 
Vice-Chancellor of London University, 1924-6. Hon. Fellow, 
Univ. College, London, 1928. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Lieut. -Commander, R.N.V.R., Naval inteUigence 
officer at Salonika; Cross of the Order of the Redeemer). 
.'Author, Ancient Athens; Religion and Art in Ancient Greece; 
Handbook of Greek Sculpture; Catalogue of the Greek Vases at 
Fitzwilliam Museum, etc. Died Nov. 27, 1939, at Maiden- 
head. Brother of Percy (1865). (Venn, 11. 444; Who was Who, 
1929-40; Who's Who in Berks.; The Times, Nov. 29, 1939.) 

GARDNER, ERNEST MILLINGTON. .-Vdm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. 10, 1877. S. of Richard, soHcitor [and Mary Ellen]. 

B. at Leamington Priors, Warws. Bapt. Mar. 18, 1859. 
School, Birmingham (Mr A. R. Vardv, M.A.). Matric. Michs. 
1877. Brother of Henry M. (18S4) and Walter R. (1883). 

GARDNER, The Rev. FRANCIS. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
July 31, 1815. A 'Ten-year man.' B. at Bristol. In priest's 
Orders. Matric. Michs. 1823; B.D. (Stat. Eliz.) 1826. P.C. 
of Friar-Mere, Yorks., 1835-48. Died May 25, 1848, aged 
74, at Delph Sodderworth. (G. Mag., 1848, 11. 215.) 

GARDNER, FREDERICK THOMAS. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 
1882; from Cavendish H. [S. of Thomas, Esq., of Tutnall 
House, Bromsgrove, Worcs. B. Aug. 30, 1864. School, 
Bromsgrove College.] Adm. at Peterhouse, Jan. 8, 1884; 
B...\. i388; M.A. 1893. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1889; priest, 1891; 

C. of St Augustine's, Wisbech, Cambs., 1889-92. C. of 
Kettering, 1892-3. R. of Goldhanger with Little Totham, 
Essex, 1893-1916. In association with Dr J. H. Salter, 
conducted a series of expeditions to the Arctic; crossed the 
Arctic Ocean in a 52 ft. sailing boat, together with one 
Enghshman and two Norwegians; on reaching Spitzbergen 
they suffered shipwreck and were rescued by an American . 
whaler. His work at Spitzbergen led to the formation of the 
Northern Exploration Company, but its expectations were 
not realized. During the Great War, 1914-19, joined Lord 
Morton's yacht in mine-sweeping on the west coast of 
Scotland. Died Oct. . 9, 1936, aged 72, at Goldhanger. 
(T. A. Walker, $yy; The Times, Oct. 12, 1936; Crockford.) 

GARDNER, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Mar. 23, 
1785. Of Middlesex. [School, Tonbridge.] Matric. Michs. 
1785; Scholar; Smythe Exhibitioner, 1786. One of the boys 
who gave orations at Tonbridge School, on Skinner's Day, 
reciting English verses written by himself, in 1783. Died 
1791. (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.) 



Gardner, George 

GARDNER, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Oct. 11, 
1794- S. of D., of London. School, Hawkshcad, Lanes. 
(Mr Bowman). Matric. Michs. 1705; LL.B. i8oi. Called to 
the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, May 12, 1803. On the Northern 
Circuit. Of Birthwaite, near Bowness, Westmorland. {Law 
Lists, 1850.) 

GARDNER, GEORGE EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Feb. 8,1865. Of Gloucester. S. of Edward Barnfield, surgeon 
[and .■Vnii]. B. at Woodchester. Bapt. July 17, i845- 
Matric. Easter, 1865; B..\. 1869; M..A.. 1872. Ord. deacon 
(Rochester) 1871 ; priest, 1872 ; C. of Hertingfordburv, Herts., 
1871-4. C. of St Pancras, London, 1874-7. V. of Heworth, 
York, 1877-85. V. of Lyonsdown, Herts., 1885-1917. Lived 
latterly at Lyonsdown, Poole, where he died Sept. 22, 1924, 
aged 79. (Crockford; Scott, MSS.; The Guardian, Sept. 26, 
1924.) 

GARDNER, GEORGE LAWRENCE HARTER. Adm. pens, a 
Corpus Christi, Sept. 24, 1S69. Of Gloucestershire. S. 
[and h.] of William, Esq., of [Prestwich Lodge], Cheltenham. 

B. Dec. I, 1853. [School, Cheltenham College.] Matric. 
Michs. i86q; B.A. 1873; M.A. 1876. Incorp. at Christ Church, 
O.xford, Oct. 20, 1873; B.Mus. (Oxford) 1875. Ord. deaeon 
(Lincoln) 1875; priest, 1876; C. of St Mary's, Nottingham, 
1875-84. C. of All Saints', Cheltenham, 1884-6; V. there, 
1886-1911. Hon. Canon of Gloucester, 1906-20. Canon of 
Birmingham, 191 1-20. .\rchdeacon of Aston and Chancellor 
of Binningham Cathedral, 1913-20. Archdeacon of Chel- 
tenham, 1920-4. .\uthor, Worship and Musi^; English 
Catholicism. Lived latterly at Applegarth, Cheltenham. 
Died Sept. 20, 1925. (Crockford; Al. Oxon.; Who was Who, 
1916-28; Scott, MSS.; The Times, Sept. 22, igzs; Cheltenham 
Coll. Reg.) 

GARDNER, HARRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. i, 
1864. Of Canterbury. [S. of George, of Eastry, Kent.] 
Matric. Michs. 1S64. (Fox-Davies, Armorial Families.) 

GARDNER, HENRY MONTFORD. .\dm. pens, at Christ's, 
Oct. 6, 1884. S. of Richard. B. [.\pr. 9, 1865], at Leamington. 
Schools, Stourbridge Grammar and Birmingham Grammar. 
Matric. Michs. 1884. Resided eight terms. Entered the 
Army, 1S87. Capt. in the Lines. Regt., 1896. Ser\-ed in the 
Nile Expedition, 189S, and present at the battle of Khar- 
toum. Retired, 1902. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Lieut. -Col., Lines. Regt.; wounded). Of Cranleigh, Surrey, 
in 1911. Died Oct. 28, 1918, at Cheltenham. Brother of 
Walter R. (1S83) and Ernest M. (1877). {Peile, 11. 709; 
Christ's Coll. Notes; Univ. War List.) 

GARDNER, HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 30, 1S58. 
S. of — , deceased. B. [Sept. 29, 1828], at Bekesbourne, 
Kent. Matric. Michs. 1858. Migrated to Corpus Christi, 
Apr. 30, 1859; B..A. 1862; M.A. 1865. Ord. deacon (Ely) 
1861; priest, 1862; C. of Caddington, Beds., 1861-2. C. of 
Lutterworth, Leics., 1863-6. C. of Chipping Campden, 
Gloucs., 1866-7. P.C. of Bottisham Lode, Cambs., 1867-9. 

C. of Smethwick, Staffs., 1869-70. V. of St Matthew's, 
Smethwick, 1872-80. Author, religious. Resided latterly at 
23, Addison Gardens, Kensington. Died Apr. 14, 1919. 
(IVn»i, 11. 342; Scott, .MSS.; Crockford; The Times, Apr. 19, 
1919.) 

GARDNER, HERBERT COLSTOUN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Trinity Hall, Jan. 30, 1864. [Father's name not given in 
any works of reference.] B. June 9, 1846. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1865; B.A. 1869; M.A. 1872. Member and 
eventually manager of the A.D.C.; the club under his 
management 'flourishing exceedingly.' Subsequently acted 
with the Canterbury Old Stagers for which W. Yardley and 
himself wrote some of the best plays and epilogues they pro- 
duced. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 1867. M.P. for Saffron 
Walden div. of Essex, 1885-95. President of the Board of .'Agri- 
culture, 1892-5. P.C. Created Baron Burghclere of Walden, 
Aug. 3, 1895. A Director of the P. and O. Steamship Com- 
pany. An Ecclesiastical Commissioner, 1903-21. Chairman 
of Royal Commission on Historical Monuments. Author of 
a translation of Virgil's Georgics, 1904; of several novels, 
and of the comedies Time will tell; Our Bitterest Foe; After 
Dinner; Cousin Zacchary, etc. Resided at 48, Charles Street, 
London, where he died s.p.m. May 6, 1921. (WJw was Who, 
1916-28; Burke, P. and B.; Scott, MSS.; Harrow Sch. Reg.; 
The Times, May 7, 1921.) 

GARDNER, HERBERT GEORGE MEDWIN. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, June 25, 189S. S. of Joseph, of 2, Cheriton Place, 
Folkestone. B. [June 9], 1879, at Folkestone. School, Kent 
(private). Matric. Michs. 1898. 

GARDNER, HILTON. Adm. pens, at Caius, .-Apr. 28, 1856. S. of 
Thomas (1827), V. of St Anne's, Stanley, Liverpool! B. 
Feb. II, 1S37, at Anfield. School, Bingley (Rev. T. Dixon). 
Matric. Michs. 1856; B.A. i860. Ord. deacon (Chester) i860; 



Gardner, John Lawrence 

priest, 1861; C. of Warrington, Lanes., i860. C. to his father 
at Stanley, 1863-80; succeeded him as V. there, 1880-6. 
Died Feb. 16, 1886. Father of Oswald J. (1893). (Venn, n. 
330; Clergy List; Crockford.) 

GARDNER, JAMES CARDWELL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Apr. 15, 1853. Of Lancashire. [B. 1835.] Matric. Michs. 
1853; B.A. 1857; M.A. i860. Ord. deacon ' (Chester) 1859; 
priest, 1864; C. of HoUinfare, Lanes., 1859-62. C. of Walton- 
le-Dale, Lanes., 1862-3. C. of Caveley Hall Chapel, Bunbury, 
Cheshire, 1864-6. C. of Wardley with Belton, Rutland, 
1867-74. V. of Butlers Marston, Warws., 1879-93. Married, 
i860, Sarah Ann, dau. of David Waddington, Esq., formerly 
M.P. for Maldon and Harwich. Died Aug. 31, 1914, aged 
79, at Port Arthur, Canada. Father of the next and of 
Richard T. (1882). (Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Scott, 
A/SS.; Crockford; The Guardian, Sept. 3, 1914.) 

GARDNER, JAMES CARDWELL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 5, 1883. S. of J. C. [James Cardwell (above)], clerk, of 
Butlers Marston vicarage, Warws. [B. June 29, 1864, at 
Bunbury, Cheshire.] School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1883; 
M.B. and B.C. 1894. Rowing 'blue'; stroked the victorious 
Cambridge crews in 1888 and 1889 and won the Colquhouns, 
1886 and Diamonds, 1887. .At St George's Hospital; House 
Physician and Resident House Surgeon. Of Amersham, 
Bucks. J. P. Medical Officer of Health for .^mersharn. 
A doctor whose professional skill was outstanding. Stroked 
Leander and Thames crews at various regattas; played rugby 
for the Midland Counties. Secretary of the Old Berkeley 
Hunt, and excelled in all sports. Died Mar. 25, 1935, at Little 
Kinghill, Gt Missenden. Brother of Richard T. (1882). (Rugby 
Sch. Reg.; Medical Directories; The Times, Mar. 26, 1935; 
Book of Blues.) 

GARDNER, JAMES TYNTE AGG (1865), see AGG-GARDNER. 

GARDNER, JOHN. .\dm. sizar at Trinity, June 11, 1798. 
B. at Cartmel, Lanes. Migrated to Clare, Jime 19, 1798. 

Matric. Michs. 1798. 

GARDNER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Feb. 15, 
1S41. S. [and h.] of John [of Garstang, Lanes.]. B. [June 18, 
1823], at Sion Hill, Garstang. School, Rugby. Matric. 
Michs. 1841; LL.B. (Civil Law Classes, ist Class, 1845-6) 
1847; LL.D. 1853. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 18, 1842. 
Called to the Bar, May 7, 1847. Ord. deacon by Archbishop 
of York, 1854; priest, 1S55; C. of Etton, Yorks., 1854-7. 
R. of Skelton-in-Cleve!and, 1857-86. Lord of the Manor of 
Pilling, Lanes. J. P. Died Feb. 18, 1886, at his residence, 
5, The Circus, Bath. {Rugby Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; Foster, 
^fen at the Bar; Crockford; Lajc Lists ; The Guardian, Feb. 24, 
1SS6.) 

GARDNER, JOHN EDMUND GARRATT. Adm. at Caius, 
Oct. I, 1S87. S. [and h.] of John, of the Stock Exchange 
[and .\my Vernon Garratt]. B. [May 12, 1869], in London. 
School, Beaumont College, Old Windsor (Father F. O'Hara). 
Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1891; M..\. 1895; Litt.D. 1914. 
Intended for the medical profession, but early abandoned 
its study. Barlow Lecturer on Dante at University College, 
London, 1910-26. Professor of Italian at Manchester Uni- 
versity, 1919-23. Professor of Early Italian Language and 
Literature at London University, 1923-5, and of Italian, 
1925-35- Officer (1921), Commander (1929), Grand Officer 
(1935) of the Crown of Italy. British Academy Serena Medal- 
list, 1922. F.B.A., 1925. .\uthor, Dante's Ten Heavens, 
1898; Florence, 1900; A life of St Catherine of Siena; Dukes 
and Poets in Ferrara; The .Arthurian Legend in Italian 
Literature; The Dialogues of St Gregory the Great; Italy, etc. 
Died July 27, 1935. (Venn, 11. 490; Who was Who, 1929-40.) 

GARDNER, JOHN HENRY WINNALL. Adm. at Clare, 
June 16, 1883. [Doubtless s. of Richard Winnall, of the 
parsonage, Ombersley, Worcs.] Matric. Michs. 18S3; B.A. 
1888. .Assistant Master, Collegiate School of St Peter, 
St Peter's, S. AustraUa. Doubtless brother of Richard A. 
(1879). (Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

GARDNER, JOHN LAWRENCE. .A.dm. Fell. -Com. at Emmanuel, 
Dec. i6, 1816. Of Lancashire. S. of John, Esq., deceased, 
of Preston. School, Clitheroe (Rev. T. Wilson). Matric. 
Lent, 1817. 

GARDNER, JOHN LAWRENCE. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H., 
Oct. I, 1899. B. Sept. 24, 1S79. Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 
1902; M.A. 1909. Ord. deacon (St Albans) 1903; priest, 1904; 
C. of St Margaret's, Levtonstone, 1903-6. C. of St James's, 
Edinburgh, 1906-12. P.-in-charge of St Adrian's Mission, 
GuUane, E. Lothian, 1912-23-. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Chaplain, R..\.C.D.). Disappears from Crockford, 
1924. (Univ. War List.) 



Gardner, Joseph 

GARDNER, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 2, 
1899. Of Berkshire. S. of Joseph, farmer, of The Thicket, 
Maidenhead. B. Nov. 11, 1880, at Lane Farm, White 
Waltham, Berks. School, Malvern College. Matric. Michs. 
1899; Scholar; B.A. 1904. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Lieut., R.G.A.), 1915-19. {Malvern Coll. Reg.; Univ. War 
List.) 

GARDNER, LAURENCE {1784), see PANTING, LAWRENCE. 

GARDNER, MARRIOTT. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, 
Jan. 21, 1777. S. of John, of Chatteris, Cambs. [doubtless 
the J. G. who married a dau. of John Marriott, Esq., of 
Chatteris; his sons died before Apr. 18, 1804]. School, 
Ipswich (Mr King). Matric. Easter, 1778; Scholar, 1779. 
(Burke, L.G., 1864.) 

GARDNER, OSWALD JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1893. S. of the Rev. H. [Hilton (1856)]. B. at Liverpool. 
[Educated at Univ. College, Liverpool.] Matric. Lent, 
1894. Resided three terms. B..\. (Oxford) 1905; M.A. 
(Oxford) 1908. Assistant Master at Ormskirk Grammar 
School for two years; at Bungay Grammar School in 1904; 
at Barnet Grammar School, 1907-33; retired. {School- 
masters' Directories; F. Brittain.) 

GARDNER, PERCY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Feb. 22, 1865. 
S. of Thomas. B. [Nov. 22, 1846], at Hackney, Middlesex. 
School, City of London. Matric. Michs. 1865; Scholar, 1866; 
B.A. (Class. Trip., ist Class, 1869; Moral Sci. Trip., ist Class, 
1869); Whewell Scholar, 1871; M.A. 1872; Litt.D. 1883. 
Fellow, 1872; Hon. Fellow, 1897. Assistant in the Depart- 
ment of coins and medals at the British Museum, 1871-87. 
Disney Professor of Archaeology, 1880-7. Professor of 
Classical Archaeology at Oxford, 1887-1925. Fellow of 
Lincoln College, Oxford, 1887-1925. F.S.A., 1881. Vice- 
President, Hellenic Society. Author, The Parthian Coinage; 
Numismatic Commentary on Pausanias' Manual of Greek 
Antiquities; History of Ancient Coinage; The Principles of 
Christian Art; Principles of Greek Art; Historic View of the 
New Testament ; Oxford at the Cross Roads ; Modernity in the 
Churches, etc. One of the editors of British Museum Coin 
Catalogues, 1873-86. Editor of Journal of Hellenic Studies, 
i88o-g6. Died July 17, 1937, aged 90, at Oxford. Brother 
of Ernest A. (1880). {Who ivas Who, 1929-40; WJio's Who in 
Oxon.; Peile, n. 587; The Times, July 19, 1937; Auto- 
biographica.) 

GARDNER, PERCY ANNING. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1897. 
S. and h. of Smith Hannington, Major in the Army, of 
Broomfield, Tiverton, Devon. B. Sept. 24, 1874, at Col- 
chester. Schools, Blundell's, Tiverton and Dover (Rev. J. S. 
Wise). Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 
1902; priest, 1904; C. of Waltham St Lawrence, Berks., 
1902-5. Lived latterly at Egham House, Bourne End, Bucks. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1909. [One of these names (no 
mention of H. O.), s. and h. of Major S. F. G., of Tiverton, 
died Mar. 6, 1940, at Seaton, Devon.] {Blundell's Sch. Reg.; 
Scott, MSS., givea 's. and h. of Major — , late 88th Con- 
naught Rangers.') 

GARDNER, PHILIP. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, June 30, 
1758. B. [at Stockport], Cheshire. [S. of Samuel, clerk.] 
Matric. Easter, 1759; B.A. 1762; M.A. 1765; B.D. I775; 
D.D. 1790. Fellow, 1762; Tutor. V. of Madingley, Cambs., 
1779-81. R. of Coton, 1781-8. R. of Gimingham with 
Trunch, Norfolk, 1788-1826. Married, Oct. 12, 1788, Harriet, 
dau. of Sir T. Hatton, of Longstanton. Died Sept. 10, 1826, 
at Conington House, Cambridge. (G. Mag., 1826, n. 378.) 

GARDNER, RICHARD AMPHLETT. Adm. at Clare, June 7, 

1879. [S. and h. of Richard WinnaU, of the parsonage, 
Ombersley, Worcs.] Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883; M.A. 
1919. Adm. Solicitor, Feb. 1886; of Parson, Lee, Adams 
Beck, Gardner and Lea, 24, Lime Street, London, E.C. 
Died June 11, 1933, at Goring-on-Thames. Doubtless 
brother of John H. W. (1883). {Law Lists; Scott, MSS.; 
The Times, June 13, 1933.) 

GARDNER, RICHARD TITLEY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Apr. 26, 1882. S. and h. of J. C. [James Cardwell (1853)], 
clerk, of Butlers Marston vicarage, Warws. [sometime of 
Fluke HaU, Garstang]. Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1885; 
M.A. 1889. Ord. deacon, 1886; priest (Worcester) 1887; 
C. of Pershore, Worcs., 1889-92. Missionary Chaplain to the 
Bishop of Rockhampton, 1892-3. V. of Pilling, Lanes., 
1893-7. Chaplain to the Forces in S. Africa, 1900-2; men- 
tioned in despatches. Hon. Sec. of CouncU for Service 
Abroad, 1904-13. Hon. Gen. Sec. Central Board of Missions, 
1908-13. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Chaplain, 
R..\.C.D.). V. of Brent-Knoll, Somerset, 1919-23. Lived 
latterly at Abbey House, Chertsey, Surrey, where he died 
Oct. 1, 1934. Brotherof James C. (1883). {Crockford; Rugby 
Sch. Reg.; Univ. War List; The Times, Oct. 3, 1934.) 



Gardner, William 

GARDNER, RICHARD TOMLINSON. Adm. pens, at St 
Catharine's, Oct. 1878. S. of Joseph. B. at Liverpool. 
Matric. Michs. 1878; Scholar; B.A. 1882. Ord. deacon 
(York) 1883; priest, 1S84; C. of St Mark's, Kingston-upon- 
Hull, 1883-5. C. of St Stephen's, Westbourne Park, London, 
1885-8. C. of St Thomas's, Portman Square, 1888-90. C. of 
St George's, Hanover Square, 1890-1. C. of St Mary's, 
Hornsey Rise, 1891-5. Chaplain, Foundhng Hospital, 1895-8. 
C. of St Simon Zelotes, Upper Chelsea, 1903-5. C. of St 
Mary's, Hanwell, 1905-8. C. of All Saints', Fulham, 1908-16. 
V. of Christ Church, Stepney, 1916-22-. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1923. 

GARDNER, ROBERT. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Downing, Oct. i, 

i860. [S. of John, of Ballymoney, Co. Antrim, N. Ireland. 
B. Apr. 14, 1838. Educated at Ballymoney.] Matric. Michs. 
i860; B.A. 1864. J. P. for Dublin. Member of the firm of 
Craig, Gardner and Co., chartered accountants, of Dublin. 
Of Ashley, Clyde Road, Dublin. Knighted, 1905. Died 
1920. {Who zi'as Who, 1916-28.) 

GARDNER, ROBERT [MIDGLEY]. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 24, 1826. [Youngest] s. of Thomas, V. of Willen, 
Bucks. School, Christ's Hospital. Matric. Michs. 1826; B.A. 
1830; M.A. 1835; C. of Fenny Stratford, Bucks. C. of 
Thorley, Herts. Died there Jan. 12, 1843, aged 34: 'has left 
a widow and 4 children quite unprovided for.' Father of 
the next. (G. Mag., 1843, i. 327; not found in Christ's 
Hospital Exhibitioners.) 

GARDNER, ROBERT MIDGLEY. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 13, 1858. S. of Robert Midgley (above), clerk [and 
EUzabeth]. B. at Bedford. Bapt. Mar. 23, 1836. Matric. 
Michs. 1858. 

GARDNER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 20, 1827. 
Of Lancashire. Matric. Michs. 1828; B.A. 1831; M.A. 1842. 
Ord. deacon (Chester) 1831; priest, 1832; P.C. of St Anne's, 
Stanley, Liverpool, 1831-80. Lived latterly at Glen Hylton, 
Southport. Disappears from Crockford, 1887. Father of 
Hilton (1856). {Clergy List.) 

GARDNER, THOMAS JAMES CHRISTIE. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, Sept. 22, 1870. [Youngest] s. of James, master 
mariner [and Sarah Hind Christie]. B. [Aug. 31, 1847], at 
Toxteth, Walton-on-the-Hill, Lanes. Bapt. Sept. i, 1847. 
Matric. Michs. 1870; Exhibitioner; B..\. 1874; M.A. 1880. 
Ord. deacon (Ely) 1874; priest, 1875; C. of Melbourn, Carnbs., 
1874-5. C. of Clophill.Beds., 1S75-7. V. of Baddesley Ensor, 
Warws., 1877-88. R. of Radstock, Somerset, 1888-1917. 
C. of Babington, Somerset, 1905-15. Lived latterly at 
Leamington, where he died Dec. 18, 1918. Buried at Rad- 
stock. {Crockford; Scott, MSS.; The Times, Dec. 21, 1918.) 

GARDNER (formerly PANTING), THOMAS KYNNERSLEY. 
Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, Feb. 21, 1850. S. and h. of. 
Robert Panting [who assumed, by Royal licence, the sur- 
name of Gardner, 1844, and Jane Eliza, dau. of Capt. Anthony 
Kynnersley, of Leighton Hall, Salop]. B. [1830], at Leighton. 
School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1850; B.A. 1854. Of 
Leighton Hall, Salop. J. P. and D.L. for Salop. Capt., 
Shrops. Militia, 1859. Assumed the name of Kynnersley in 
lieu of Gardner, 1887. Married, 1856, Fanny MeUta, dau. of 
Col. Richard Frederick HiU, of Pentrepant Hall, Salop, and 
had issue. Brother of Anthony (1872). {Shrezi'sbury Sch. 
Reg.; Burke, L.G.; Scott, MSS.) 

GARDNER, WALTER RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Oct. 6, 1883. S. of Richard. B. [June 16, 1863], at Leaming- 
ton. Schools, Leamington New College, Stourbridge Gram- 
mar and King Edward's, Birmingham. Matric. Michs. 1883; 
B..\. 1886; M.A. 1890. Ord. deacon, 1887; priest (Chester) 
1888; C. of Witton, Cheshire, 1887-92. V. of St Thomas's, 
Hyde, 1892-7. V. of Banbury, 1897-9. I. of St Peter's, 
Maritzburg, S. Africa, 1899-1903. R. of Fordsburg, Trans- 
vaal, 1904-5. C. of Holywell, Hunts., 1906-8. V. of Homing- 
low, Staffs., 1908-9. R. of WycUffe, Yorks., 1909-10. R. of 
All Saints' with St John's, Huntingdon, 1910-15. V. of 
St Mary's with St Benedict's, Huntingdon, 1911-15. Died 
June 19, 1916, at Bengeo, Herts. Brother of Henry M. (1884) 
and Ernest M. (1877). {Peile, 11. 700; Christ's Coll. Notes; 
Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

GARDNER, WILLIAM. Matric. from Corpus Christi, 1765; 
LL.B. 1765. R. of Haversham, Bucks., in 1765, and R. of 
St Mary's, Hardmead, 1765-- {Cant. Act Bk.) 

GARDNER, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Queens', Mar. 11, 1839. 
A 'Ten-year man.' 'Annos plus 24 natus.' Matric. Michs. 
1839. Perhaps ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1842; priest, 1843; 
C. of Rothwell with Orton, Northants., 1842-3. V. of Christ 
Church, Coalville, 1843-76-; disappears from Crockford, 
1877. {Clergy List.) 

GARDNER, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, May 18, 1843. 
Of Worcester. S. of — , exciseman, of Doddeshill [Dodderhill, 
Worcs., and Elizabeth]. B. there. Bapt. Mar. 20, 1803. 



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Gardner, William 

GARDNER, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 2O, 1844. 
Matric. Michs. 1844; B.A. 1848; M.A. 1852. Ord. deacon 
(Canterbury) 1848; priest, 1849; C. of Croydon, Surrey, 1848. 
C. of Chiddingstone, Kent, in 1852. V. of Crockenhill, 
1852-66. V. of Orpington, 1866-77-. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1878. (Clergy List; Cant. Act Bk.) 

GARDNER, WILLIAM ALAN. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
June 14, 1893. [3rd] s. of Charles, professor of music [and 
Mary Emma Scripps], of 10, Warwick Crescent, London. 

B. Nov. 17, 1874, in London. School, Merchant Taylors'. 
Matric. Michs. 1893; Exhibitioner; Scholar; B..'V. 1896. 
Migrated to Jesus, Oct. 1S96, as Lady Kay scholar; M.A. 
1900. Ord. deacon (Truro) 1898; priest (Crediton) 1899; 

C. of Calstock, Cornwall, 1898-1902. C. of St Paul's, Brent- 
ford, Middlesex, 1902-5. Chaplain of .-Vll Saints', Kadikeuy, 
Constantinople, 1905-8. Chaplain of the British Legation 
at Athens, 1908-17. Assistant Master at St Paul's School, 
1917-18. R. of Tacolneston, Norfolk, 1919-25. Died May 29, 
1925. (Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Scott, MSS.; 
The Times, June 3, 1925.) 

GARDNER, WILLIAM COWPE. Adm. (age 17) at Caius, 
Oct. I, 1873. S. of G., brewer, deceased. B. at W. Derby, 
Liverpool. School, Mead House, Biggleswade. Matric. 
Michs. 1873; B..A. 1877. In business in New York for 10 years. 
Subsequently took up medicine; in practice in New York, 
in 1899. (\'enn, ii. 410.) 

GARDNER, WILLIAM DUNN (1846), see DUNN-GARDNER, W. 

GARDNER, WILLIAM FEARN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
C3ct. I, 1S60. [S. of Samuel Wright, clerk, of Usk, Mon. 
B. Apr. 7, 1842. School, Marlborough.] Matric. Michs. i860; 
B.A. 1864. Died 1890. (Marlborough Coll. Reg.) 

GARDNER, WILLIAM NELSON (1793). see GARDINER. 

GARDNER, WILLIAM PRESTON. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity H.\ll, Oct. 7, 1874. S. and h. of Capt. Thomas, 
2nd Lanes. Militia, and of Belmont Grove, Liverpool. 
Matric. Lent, 1875. 

GARDNER-BROWN, see BROWN. 

GARDNER-MEDWIN, FRANK MEDWIN. Adm. pens, at 
Tri.nity, June 30, 1896. S. and h. of Joseph Gardner [and 
Emilv Sophia, dau. of Aaron Medwin], of Carlisle House, 
Cheriton Place, Folkestone. B. [Oct. 28, 1877], at Folke- 
stone. School, Folkestone (private) (Mr Gardner). Matric. 
Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899. At St Bartholomew's Hospital. 
M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1903. Senior House Surgeon, R. 
Southern Hospital, Liverpool. Assumed the additional name 
and arms of Medwin by Royal hcence, Mar. 2, 1898. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R..\.M.C.). Assistant 
Medical Officer, R. Alexandra Hospital, Rhyl. Author, 
medical. Of Angorfa, St Asaph, in 1930. (Fox-Davies, 
Armorial Families, which gives b. Oct. 28, 1876; Changes of 
Name.) 

GARDNER-WATERMAN, WATERMAN. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, July 9, 1870. S. of Sladden, of Willesborough, 
Kent. B. Apr. 21, 1852, at New Romney, Kent. Matric. 
Michs. 1870; B.A. 1874; M.A. i877- Ord. deacon, 1875; 
priest, 1877, by Archbishop of Canterbury; C. of W. MaUing, 
Kent, 1875-7. C. of Harrietsham, 1877-9. C. of Bicknor 
with Huckinge, 1877-82; R. there, 1882-99. V. of Loose, 
1899-1930. Died Oct. 7, 1930. (Crockford; Scott, MSS.; 
The Times, Oct. 10, 1930.) 

GARDOM, BENJAMIN WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Mar. 23, 1866. [3rd] s. of John William, silk manufacturer 
[and Eliza], of Butterton HaU, Staffs. B. [Sept. 19, 1847], 
at St Mary's, Manchester. Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 1870; 
M.A. 1874. Died at Devoto, Buenos Aires, Oct. 22, 1926. 
(Eagle, 44, 333-) 

GARFIT, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Feb. 18, 
1843. [4th] s. of William. B. at Boston, Lines. Matric. 
Michs. 1843; B.A. 1847; M.A. 1850. President of the Union, 
1846. Rowed for Cambridge v. Oxford at Henley for the 
Grand Challenge Cup, 1847. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1847; 
priest, 1848; C. of St Mary's, Lichfield, 1847-50. C. of Gt 
Yarmouth, 1850-2. C. of Richmond, Surrey, 1852-68. C. of 
Dunholme, Lines., 1868-74. R- of Easton, Northants., 
1874-84. Married, 1853, Caroline, dau. of Henry Spencer 
Heathcote, of Westerham, Kent, and had issue. Author, 
The Education Question; The Ecclesiastical Commission; 
The Conscience Clauses, etc. Died Feb. 5, 1884, at Bourne- 
mouth. (Burke, L.G., 1939; Crockford; Northants. Clergy; 
The Guardian, Feb. 13, 1884.) 

GARFIT, BARTHOLOMEW CLAYPON. Adm. pens, (age 19) 
at Jesus, Oct. 1, 1876. [3rd] s. of Thomas, Esq. B. 1856, 
at Boston, Lines. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1876. 
Of Dalby Hall, Lines. J. P. for Lines. Major, Lines. Yeo- 
manry. Died Oct. 6, 1922. Brother of Thomas C. (1865). 
(Burke, L.G., 1939; Harrow Sch. Reg.) 



Garioch, Lord 

GARFIT, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 6, 1831. 
B. [Jan. 15, 1812], at Gainsborough, Lines. Matric. Michs. 
1831; B.A. 1835; M.A. 1855. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1835; 
priest, 1836; C. of Saxilby, Lines., 1835-41; V. there, 1841-67. 
P.C. of N. Carlton, 1847-67. Preb. of Lincoln, 1861. R. of 
Harlaxton, 1867-85. Secretary to Lincoln Diocesan Board 
of Education. Author, Sermons. Died Jan. 22, 1885, aged 73, 
at Harlaxton. (Crockford; Cant. Act Bk.; Clergy List; Scott 
MSS.; The Guardian, Jan. 28, 1885; P. B. G. Binnall.) 

GARFIT, MARK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Dec. 11, 1832. [Doubt- 
less 2nd s. of WOliam, of Boston, Lines. B. 1812.] Matric. 
Lent, 1833; B.A. 1837; M.A. 1840. Ord. deacon and priest 
(Lincoln) 1838; C. of West Deeping, Lines., 1838-41. C. of 
Maxey, Northants., 1842. R. of Stretton, Rutland, 1842-63. 
R. of Coningsby, Lines., 1S63-72. Married (i) 1844, Isabella, 
dau. of George Denshire, of Thetford House, near Bourn, 
Cambs., and had issue; (2) 1858, Frances, dau. of Thomas 
Hippisley Jackson, of Stamford and Duddington and widow 
of John Sudbury, of Cambridge. Died 1872. Father of Mark 
(next). (Crockford; Burke, L.G., 1939; Northants. Clergy; 
Scott, MSS.) 

GARFIT, MARK. Adm. pens, at Clare, June 9, 1865. [S. of 
Mark (above), R. of Stretton, Rutland, and Isabella, dau. of 
George Denshire, of Thetford House, Bourn, Cambs. B. 
July 26, 1846. Schools, Marlborough College and Oakham 
Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 1865. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 
1875; priest, 1877; C. of S. Scarle, Notts., 1875-8. Lived 
latterly at Hatfield Hall, Durham. Died 1901. (Marlborough 
Coll. Reg.; Crockford.) 

GARFIT, THOMAS CHENEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 17, 
1S65. S. and h. of Thomas, of Boston, Lines. [M.P. for 
Boston, 1878-80, and Ehzabeth Boyd, dau. of Thomas 
Broadbent, of Grove House, Longsight, Lanes.]. B. Sept. 8, 
1847, at Boston. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1866. Of 
Kenwick Hall, Louth, Lines., which he purchased in 1888. 
J. P. and D.L. for Lines.; High Sheriff, 1897. Capt., R. North 
Lincoln Mihtia. Member of Canterbury House of Laymen. 
Died Dec. 31, 1929, at St Leonards-on-Sea. Brother of 
Bartholomew C. (1876). (Harrow Sch. Reg.; The Times, 
Jan. 3, 1930; Burke, L.G., 1939; Fox-Davies, Armorial 
Families; Scott, MSS.) 

GARFIT, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 20, 1859. 
S. of William, of Boston, Lines. B. there Nov. 9, 1840. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1859; B.A. 1863. Of West 
Skirbeck House, Boston. Capt., 2nd Lincoln R.V., 1874-81. 
J. P. and D.L. for Lines.; High Sheriff, 1892. Director of 
Lloyds Bank. Vice-Chairman, Capital and Counties Bank. 
M.P. for Boston, 1895-1906. Lived latterly at Mortimer 
House, Egerton Gardens, London, S.W. Died Oct. 29, 1920. 
(Harrow Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G., 1925; Who was Who, 
1916-28.) 

GARFORD, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age i8) at Jesus, Oct. 12, 
1861. S. of John, of 31, Russell Square, London. B. in 
London. Schools, Harrow (Jan.-.Apr. 1858) and Ipswich 
(Rev. H. A. Holden). Migrated to Trinity, Dec. 18, 1S61. 
Matric. Michs. 1862. Died Aug. 31, 1870. (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

GARFORTH, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Christ's, 
July 3, 1775; subsequently a Fell. -Com. S. of John Baynes, 
soUcitor, of London, who later assumed the name of Gar- 
forth, on succeeding his uncle, Edward Garforth. B. at 
Steeton-in-Craven. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 
1780; M.A. 1780 (per Lit. Reg.). Of Steeton Hall. J. P. for 
W.R. Yorks. Married, June 2, 1785, Catherine, dau. of the 
Rev. Robert Graham, D.D., of Netherby. Died Dee. 6, 1811. 
Buried at Kildwick. (Record of Old Westminsters; Peile, 11. 
302.) 

GARFORTH, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) at Trinity, 
Nov. 30, 1770. S. of Edmund, clerk, of Askham, Yorks. 
[B. 1752.] School, Eton. Entered the Army; Capt., 21st 
FusiUers. Of Wiganthorpe (or Wigginthorpe) HaU, Yorks., 
and of York. D.L. for the N. Riding. High Sheriff of Yorks., 
1818. Married, Apr. 13, 1778, a dau. of John Dalton, of 
Sleningford, Yorks. Died Apr. 6, 1828, at Wiganthorpe. 
(Eton Coll. Reg.; Burke, L.G., 1871; G. Mag., 1828, i. 381.) 

GARFORTH, WILLIAM HENRY, .■^dm. pens, (age 22) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1, 1878. S. of William Willoughby [of Wigan- 
thorpe, Yorks.]. B. 1856, at Otherington, Yorks. School, 
Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1878. Capt., 2nd Batt., Cameron 
Highlanders, 1879. Of The Brow, Malton, Yorks. Died 
June 15, 1931. (Uppingham Sch. Roll., which gives s. of 
W. F. G., of Northallerton; Army Lists; Who was Who, 
1929-40; Matrics. and Degrees, 1851-1900, erroneously calls 
him 'Garfortt.') 

GARIOCH, LORD (1886), see GOODEVE-ERSKINE. 



14 



Garland, Arthur George 

GARLAND, ARTHUR GEORGE. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Peter- 
house, Dec. I, 1846. S. of Peak, Esq., barrister-at-law, of 
Cheltenham. Matric. Lent, 1847; B.A. 1851; M.A. 1854. 
Previously Lieut., in-4th Regt., Madras Light Infantry. 
Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1854; priest, 1855; C. of St 
Michael's, Winchester. C. of Christ Church, Winchester, 
1864-70. R. of Littleton, Hants., 1871-88. Married Anna 
Bertha, dau. of Robert Williams, M.D. Died Apr. 12, 1888, 
aged 65. Brother or half-brother of Lewes (1823). (Crock- 
ford; Clergy List; T. A. Walker, 490; Scott, MSS.; The 
Guardian, Apr. 18, 1888; C. R. Hudleston.) 

GARLAND, CECIL HILL. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 27, 
1877. S. of John {1847), clerk, R. of Mordiford, Heref. [and 
Caroline Mary]. B. there. Bapt. there Mar. 7, 1858. School, 
Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1877; Abbott Scholar, 1878; 
Scholar, 1880; Porson Prize, 1880; B.A. (ith Classic) 1881; 
M.A. 1884. Assistant Master at Reading, 1882; at Ipswich 
School, 1883-92; at Haileybury, 1892-1919. Latterly resided 
at Mayfield, Sussex, where he died Oct. i, 1930, aged 72. 
(Schoolmasters' Directories; Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Haileybury 
Reg.; Scott, MSS.; The Times, Oct. 2, 1930.) 

GARLAND, GEORGE VALLIS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
July 10, 1842. S. [and h.] of John Bingley [who assumed the 
surname of Lester, Dec. 23, 1853], of Leeson House, Ware- 
ham, Dorset. B. [1825], at Poole. Matric. Michs. 1842; B.A. 
1847; M.A. 1851. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1850; priest, 1854; 
C. of Crowle, Lines., 1850-2. R. of Langton-Matravers, 
Dorset, 1852-69. V. of Aslacton, Norfolk, 1869-75. V. of 
Binstead, Isle of Wight, 1881-94. J. P. for Dorset. Author, 
The Practical Teaching of the Apocalypse; Problems in Job; 
God dwelling in Man. Lived latterly at Bournemouth, where 
he died Dec. 24, 1902, aged 78 (sic). Brother of Lester (1852). 
(Crockford; Scott, MSS.; The Times, Dec. 26, 1902.) 

GARLAND, HUGH TREVOR. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 26, 
1876. [2nd] s. of Trevor Lorance (1839), clerk [and Louisa 
Holland, dau. of the Rev. John Latham, B.D.], V. of Little 
Eaton. B. June 27, 1858, at Little Eaton, Derbs. School, 
Repton. .Matric. Michs. 1876; Scholar, 1876. Kept one term. 
Drowned Jan. 4, 1877, in the Derwent at Darley Abbey. 
Brother of James L. (below) and Nathaniel, H. (1879), etc. 
(Burke, L.G.; Peile, 11. 648; Repton Sch. Reg.) 

GARLAND, JAMES LORANCE. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Sept. 30, 1890. Of Derbyshire. [7th s. of Trevor Lorance 
(1839), clerk, deceased, of Little Eaton, Derbs. B. there 
Jan. 25, 1872.] Schools, Brighton College and Dean Close 
Memorial, Cheltenham. Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893; 
M.A. 1897. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1895; priest, 1896; C. of 
Hoole, Cheshire, 1895-7. Missionary at Isfahan, Persia, 1897- 
1933. Archdeacon of Isfahan, 1927-33. A good Persian 
scholar. Died May 13, 1933, aged 61, at Isfahan. Brother 
of Hugh T. (above) and Nathaniel H. (1879). (Brighton Coll. 
Reg.; Burke, L.G., 1939; Crockford; The Times, May 24, 
I933-) 

GARLAND, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 8, 1847; 
re-adm. pens. Nov. 9, 1847. S. of Thomas, tailor, of Hare- 
wood, Yorks. [and Elizabeth]. B. there Dec. 18, 1825. 
School, Leeds (Dr Holmes). Matric. Michs. 1847; Scholar; 
B.A. 1851; M.A. 1854. Assistant Master at Leeds Grammar 
School, 1843-4. Ord. deacon (York) 1851; priest (Wor- 
cester) 1852; C. of the Abbey Church, Gt Malvern, 1851-5. 
R. of Mordiford, Heref., 1855-75. V. of Ombersley, Worcs., 
1875-95. Died Apr. 16, 1895. Father of Cecil H. (1877). 
(Crockford; Scott, MSS.; Leeds Gr. Sch. Reg.; St James's 
Gazette, Apr. 20, 1895.) 

GARLAND, The Rev. JOHN NIBBS. Adm. sizar at Corpus 
Christi, Feb. 11, 1843. Of .'\ntigua. Doubtless ord. deacon, 
1833; priest, 1834. Perm, to officiate in the Province of 
Canterbury, 1855. C. of St John's, Weston, Somerset, 
1857-65. C. of Shipham, Somerset, 1865-9. V. of Thanington, 
Kent, 1869-77. Disappears from Crockford, 1878. (Clergy 
List; Cant. Act Bk.) 

GARLAND (post LESTER), LESTER. Adm. Fell. -Com. at 
Downing, Oct. 26, 1852. S. of John Bingley [who assumed 
the surname of Lester, Dec. 23, 1853], of Purbeck, Dorset. 

B. 1828. School, Sherborne. Had previously held a com- 
mission in the nth Hussars. Matric. Michs. 1852; (Civil 
Law Classes, ist Class, 1855). Assumed the name of Lester, 
Dec. 8, 1854. Ord. deacon (Salisbury) 1858; priest, 1863; 

C. of Swanage, Dorset, 1858-65. V. of Monkton-Wyld, 
1865-9. V. of Wimbome Minster, 1869-76. R. of Langton- 
Matravers, 1876-95. Died Dec. 21, 1895. Brother of George V. 
(1842). (Sherborne Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Changes of Name.) 

GARLAND, LEWES (or LEWIS). Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, June 16; 1823. S. of Peak, Esq., barrister, of 



Garnar, Wildbore 

Sandridge Park, near Chippenham, Wilts. B. at Carmarthen. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1823; B.A. 1827. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, Nov. 16, 1827, as 's. of Peak, Esq., of 
Lincoln's Inn.' Died Jan. 13, 1844, at Venice. Brother or 
half-brother of Arthur G. (1846). (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

GARLAND, LEWIS PEAK. Adm. pens, at Clare, Mar. 21, 
1753. [2nd s. of Nathaniel, of Michaelstowe HaU, Essex and 
Woodcote Grove, Surrey. B. in London, 1733.] Of Michael- 
stowe and Woodcote Grove. Married, Feb. 9, 1773, Indiana, 
only dau. of Major-Gen. Sherington Talbot, and had issue. 
Died 17S0. (Burke, L.G., 1939.) 

GARLAND, NATHANIEL HERBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 2, 1879. [3rd] s. of Trevor Lorance (1839), C. of Little 
Eaton, Derbs. [and Louisa Holland]. B. there Dec. 19, 1859. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1888. 
Head Master of the Grange Preparatory School, Hastings, 
in 1903. Resided latterly at Littleover, Derbs., where he 
died s.p. Sept. 29, 1918. Brother of Hugh T. (1876) and 
James L. (1890). (Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, L.G., 1939; 
Schoolmasters' Directories; Scott, MSS.; The Times, Oct. 16, 
1918.) 

GARLAND, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
June 29, 1849. Of Berkshire. Matric. Michs. 1849; (Civil 
Law Classes, ist Class, 185 1-2); LL.B. i860. Ord. deacon, 
1853; priest, 1854; C. of St Paul's, Warrington, Lanes., 
1854-8. C. of St Mary's, Sheffield, 1859-60. C. of King's Hill, 
Wednesburv, Staffs., 1861-4. C. of St John's, Darhngton. 
C. of St John's, Sunderland, 1865-72. V. of St Peter's, 
Congleton, Cheshire, 1872-81. Disappears from Crockford, 
18S2. (Clergy List.) 

GARLAND, THOMAS BLOOM. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Magda- 
lene, .\pr. 21, 1855. S. of Thomas, merchant, of Leeds. 
School, Leeds. Matric. Michs. 1855; Scholar, 1856; B.A. 
1859; M.A. 1862. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1859; priest 
(Loudon) i860; C. of Netherton, Worcs., 1859-62. C. of 
Tettenhall, Staffs., 1863-6. C. of Barningham, Yorks., 
1867-9. C. of Babworth, Notts., 1869-88. V. of Bishops- 
wood, StaSs., 1888-1907. Lived latterly at Retford, Notts., 
where he died May 5, 1908, aged 73. (Leeds Gr. Sch. Reg.; 
Crockford; Scott, MSS.; The Times, May 7, 1908.) 

GARLAND, TREVOR LORANCE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
St John's, June 15, 1839. 4th s. of Nathaniel, of Michael- 
stowe HaU, Essex, and Woodcote Grove, Surrey. B. Mar. 
* 30, 1820. Matric. Michs. 1839; B.A. 1843; U.A. 1846. Ord. 
deacon (Lichfield) 1855; priest, 1856; C. of Little Eaton, 
Derbs., 1855-77. Married, Jan. 24, 1856, Louisa Holland, 
dau. of the Rev. John Latham, B.D. Died Mar. 20, 1879, 
at Brighton. Father of Nathaniel H. (1879), James L. (1890) 
and Hugh T. (1876). (Burke, L.G.; Crockford; Scott, MSS.; 
Tlie Times, Mar. 24, 1879.) 

GARLE-BROWNE, JOHN BABINGTON. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, June 25, 1900. Of Leicestershire. S. of John, house 
proprietor [of Desford and Sarah Louise Davies]. B. Jan. 24, 
1881, at Ratby. School, Pocklington (Rev. C. F. Hutton). 
Matric. Michs. 1900; Scholar and Exhibitioner; B.A. 1903. 
Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1906; priest, 1907; C. of Cradley, 
Worcs., 1906-10. Died July 27, 1910, at Yelverton. (Crock- 
ford (sub Browne, J. B. G.); Scott, MSS.; The Guardian, 
Aug. 5, 1910.) 

GARLICK (post ROTHWELL), JOHN. Adm. at Clare, June 18, 
1888. S. of ■ — , Col., io6th Bombay Light Infantry. [B. 
Sept. 1870.] School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1888; 
B.A. 1892. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, Jan. 26, 1894. 
Of Colchester. Assumed the name of Rothwell, June 12, 
1900. (Uppingham Sch. Roll; Changes of Name; Law Lists.) 

GARLIKE, THOMAS CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Clare, May, 
1827. B. at Salisbury. Matric. Michs. 1827; B.A. 1831; 
M..\. 1835. C. of Shipton-BelUnger, Hants., -1843-50. Died 
there Sept. 29, 1850. (G. Mag., 1850, 11. 669; Clergy List, 
1850.) 

GARMOYLE, Viscount, see CAIRNS, ARTHUR WILLIAM 

(1880). 

GARNAR, WILDBORE. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 21, 
1789; FeU.-Com., Nov. 3, 1789. Of Lincolnshire. [Doubtless 
s. of WUdbore, J. P. for Grantham, who died there Feb. 16, 
1807, aged 77.] School, Grantham. Matric. Michs. 1789; 
B.A. 1793. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) June 29, 1794; C. of Little 
Ponton, 1794. A Wildbore G. became an ensign, by pur- 
chase, in the 84th (York and Lancaster) Regt. of Foot, 
June 17, 1800; George MacDonald succeeded Aug. 8, 1801, 
on Gamar's death. (G. A. Raikes, Roll of Officers of the 
York and Lancaster Regt., 23, 83; S/ John's Coll. Adm., iv. 
264.) 



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Garne, William Henry 

GARNE, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. i6, 
1880. Of Oxfordshire, [and] s. of John, baiUff, [of Gt 
Rissington, Gloucs., and Jane], li. at Middle Aston. Bapt. 
May 9, 1861. Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 1884; M.A. and 
LL.M. 1887. Assistant Master at Wellingborough Grammar 
School. Died there May 25, 1895. (Scott, MSS.; The 
Standard, May 28, 1895.) 

GARNER, WILLIAM LANGHAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Sept. 29, 1885. S. and h. of William, Esq., of Melton Mow- 
bray, Leics. [B. there 1870.] School, Oakham. Matric. 
Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891; M.B. and B.C. 1897; M.A. 1928. 
At Guy's Hospital. M.K.C.S.; L.K.C.P., 1896. House Sur- 
geon, Windsor and Eton Royal Infimiary. House Surgeon, 
Children's Hospital, Nottingham. Medical Officer, Ampthill 
Union, Beds. Residing at Southbounie, Bournemouth, in 
I9.J2. {Oakham Sch. Reg.; Medical Directories; Berks., Bucks, 
and Beds. Contemporary Biographies.) 

GARNER-RICHARDS, CHARLES CRICHTON. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, Oct. 10, 1887. S. of Daniel Richards [Gamer, 
who took the name of Garner-Richards, Nov. 8, i860, 
landowner] [and Mary Crichton], of Brandon, Norfolk. B. 
there Oct. 30, 1S67. School, Bury St Edmunds Grammar. 
Matric. Michs. 18S7; B.A. 1890. A private tutor. Residing 
at Brandon, in 1942. Step-brother of Daniel B. (next). 
{Bury Gr. Sch. Reg.; Changes of Name.) 

GARNER-RICHARDS, DANIEL BOGHURST. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, Oct. 2, 1894. S. of Daniel Richards [Garner, who 
took the name of Garner- Richards, Nov. 8, i860, landowner, 
and Mary Ann Caddel], of Brandon, Norfolk. B. there July i, 
1876. School, Thetford Grammar (Mr B. Reed). Matric. 
Michs. 1894; B.A. 1907; M.A. 1910. Step-brother of the 
above. {Changes of Name.) 

GARNETT, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. 24, 1S31. 
[S. and h. of Robert, of Wyreside, Lanes. B. Feb. 27, 1811. 
School, Eton.] Matric. Lent, 1S33. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
May 5, 1837, age 26; migrated to the Middle Temple, Dec. i, 
1840. Called to the Bar, Jan. 9, 1841 [s. and h. of Robert, 
Esq., of Manchester]. J. P. for Staffs, and Warws. Married, 
May I, 1839, Marianne, dau. of Robert Peel Willock, of 
Manchester, and had issue. Of the Manor House, Ashby- 
de-la-Zouch, Leics. Died Aug. 11, 1899. {Law Lists; Burke, 
L.G., 1925; Foster, Afen at the Bar.) 

GARNETT, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, 
Oct. I, 1888. S. of WilUam, merchant, of Clitheroe, Lanes. 
B. there. Matric. Michs. 1S88; B.A. 1891; M.A. and LL.M. 
1896. .-^dm. at the Inner Temple, Oct. 25, 1890; migrated 
to Lincoln's Inn, Dec. 30, 1890. Called to the Bar, Jan. 26, 
1894. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (2nd Lieut., Labour 
Corps). Of 16, Old BuUdings, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. 
{Law Lists; Univ. War List; Scott, MSS.) 

GARNETT, ERNEST. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 1894. 
[4th] s. of Jerry [J. P.], of The Grange [Bromley Cross], near 
Bolton, Lanes. B. [.^pr. 4, 1875], at Turton, Lanes. School, 
Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897. Joint Head 
Master of Wixenford preparatory School, Wokingham, 
Berks., 1910-29-. {Berks., Bucks, and Beds. Contemporary 
Biographies, 297; Schoolmasters' Directories; Charterhouse 
Sch. Keg.) 

GARNETT, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 19), at TrinIty, Feb. 23, 
1828. S. of William [doubtless the Rev. WilUam (1788), R. of 
St Michael's, Barbados]. B. in Barbados, W. Indies. School, 
Winchmore Hill, Middlesex (Mr Thompson). Matric. Michs. 
1828; B..\. 1833. Died at Scarborough, Tobago, Jan. 4, 1842. 
(G. .Uag., 1842, I. 557; Caribbeana, iv. 37S.) 

GARNETT, JAMES CLERK MAXWELL. Adm. sub-sizar at 
Trinity, Sept. 30, 1899. S. of William (1869), of Downshire 
Hill House, Hampstead, London. B. [Oct. 13], 1880, at 
Cambridge. Schools [Marlborough, 1891] and St Paul's. 
Sheepshanks .Astronomical Exhibitioner; matric. Michs. 
1899; Scholar, 1900; (Smith's Prize and ibth Wrangler, 
1902); B.A. 1902; (Math. Trip., Pt II, ist Class, 1903); 
M.A. 1906. Fellow, 1905. Lecturer on .'\ppUed Mathematics 
at London University, 1903. Called to the Bar, Inner 
Temple, July i, 1908. Examiner, Board of Education, 
1904-12. Principal, College of Technology and Dean of 
Faculty of Technology at Manchester, 1912-20. C.B.E., 
1919. Secretary of League of Nations Union, 1920-38. 
Author, Education and World Citizenship; World Loyalty; 
The Dawn of World Order; A Lasting Peace; Knowledge and 
Character. Of 37, Park Town, Oxford, in 1942. Brother of 
William H. S. (1900). {St Paul's Sch. Reg.; Marlborough 
Coll. Reg.; Law Lists; Wlw's Who; Schoolmasters' Directories; 
Scott, MSS.) 



Garnett, William Hubert Stuart 

GARNETT, JAMES GARDNER. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Aug. 18, 18S4. S. of William. B. at Bowness, near Winder- 
mere. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887; M.A. 1891. Assistant 
Master at Framlingham College, Suffolk, in 1903. Head 
Master, Arnold House School, Chester. {Schoolmasters' 
Directories.) 

GARNETT, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 24) at Trinity, Jan. 28, 
1775. S. of John [cook, of Fetter Lane], of London. School, 
St Paul's [Campden exhibitioner, 1771]- Matric. Michs. 
1775; Exhibitioner; Scholar, 1778; B.A. 1779; M.A. 1782; 
D,D. 1810. Fellow, 1781-91. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) June 27, 
1779; priest, June 23, 1782. V. of Sutterton, Lines., 1792-3. 
V. of Porchester, Hants., 1792-1804. R. of Farleigh Wallop, 
1792-1813. V. of Blandford-Forum, Dorset, i793- P-C of 
Preston Candover with Nutley, Hants., 1800-4. R- °i 
Cliddesden with Farleigh Wallop, 1803-13. Preb. of Exeter, 
1810. Dean of Exeter, 1810. Author, Sermons. Died Mar. 11, 
1813, aged 64. Buried at Farleigh Wallop. {St Paul's Sch. Reg. ; 
Northants. Clergy; Cant. Act Bk.; Scott, MSS.; Foster, Index 
Eccles.) 

GARNETT, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar (age 20) at Trinity, May 24, 
1765. S. of Robert, of Tarnside, Westmorland. School, 
Heversh.am, Westmorland (Mr Wilson). Matric. Michs. 
1765; Scholar, 1768; B.A. 1769; M.A. 17/2- Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Sept. 24, 1769; priest, Dec. 31, i797; C. of Laken- 
heath, Suffolk, 1769. V. of Kenton, 1797-1803. Died Jan. 2, 
1803, aged 58. (G. Mag., 1803, i. 89.) 

GARNETT, PERCY FOSTER. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Aug. I, 1891. S. of John, Esq., of Wavertree, Liverpool. 
B. Aug. 23, 1872, at Liverpool. Schools, Sherborne and 
University College, Hastings. Matric. Michs. 1891. {Sher- 
borne Sch. Reg.) 

GARNETT, RICHARD CRAVEN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Nov. :, 1861. S. of John, of Stoke, "near Nantwich, Cheshire. 

B. there [Feb. 18], 1843. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 
1862; B..\. 1866; M.A. 1869. Athletics 'blue,' 1864. In 1866 
won the four-inile amateur championship. Ord. deacon 
(Manchester) 1867; priest, 1869; C. of Leek, Lanes., 1867-70. 

C. of Mansfield Woodhouse, Notts., 1870-1. C. of Calveley- 
under-Bunbury, Cheshire, 1871-3. R. of Delamere, 1873-89. 
V. of Settle, Yorks., 1889-1901'. V. of Salwarpe, Worcs., 
1901-16. Latterly resided at Chandler's Ford, Hants., where 
he died Mar. 3, 1926. {Rugby Sch. Reg.; Book of Blues; 
Crockford; Scott, MSS.; The Times, Mar. 4, 1926.) 

GARNETT, The Rev. WILLIAM. Adm. at Trinity, Nov. 30, 
1788; a 'Ten-year man.' Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Dec. 21, 
1787; priest (Bristol) Mar. 24, 1790; C. of Westley Waterless, 
Cambs., 1791. This must be 'the, Rev. William Garnett' 
who performed marriages in the Barbados, 1817-18 and died 
May 13, 1844, at St Hehers, Jersey, aged 85. (G. Mag., 1844, 
11. 103, which calls him ' M.A. of Queens' College,' apparently 
confusing him with the next entry: the recorded ages, how- 
ever, show this identification to be impossible; Northants. 
Clergy; Caribbeana, 11. 280, 283.) 

GARNETT, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', Feb. 11, 
1796; M.A. 1797. S. of George, of Nantwich, Cheshire. From 
Magdalen Hall, Oxford, whence he had matric. May 23, 
1789, age 22; B.A. (Oxford) 1793. R. of Tilston, Cheshire, 
i798-f829. Of Houghton Hall, Cheshire. J. P. Died early 
in 1829. See also the above entry. {Al. Oxon.; Cant. Act Bk.; 
G. Mag., 1829, I. 649.) 

GARNETT, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 27, 1869. 
S. of William, auctioneer [and Selina]. B. Dec. 30, 1850, 
at Portsea, Hants. Bapt. Mar. 185 1. Schools, City of London 
and Royal School of Mines. Matric. Michs. 1869; E.xhibi- 
tioner; Whitworth Scholar, 1869; Scholar, 1871; B.A. {5th 
Wrangler) 1873; M.A. 1S76. Fellow, 1874-9. Hon. D.C.L., 
Durham. The first Demonstrator of Physics in the Cavendish 
Laboratory, working under James Clerk Maxwell, 1874-80. 
Professor of Mathematics, Physics and Mechanics at Uni- 
versity College, Nottingham, 1882-4. Professor of Mathe- 
matics and Principal of Durham College of Science, New- 
castle-on-Tyne, 1884-93; helped to plan and build the 
coUege. Secretary to the Technical Education Board of the 
L.C.C., 1893-1904 and Educational adviser to the L.C.C., 
1904-15. Author, Elementary Dynamics ; Elementary Treatise 
on Heat; Elementary Mechanics; A little book on Map Pro- 
jection; A little book on Water Supply; Alice through the 
Convex Looking Glass. Joint author, Life of James Clerk 
Maxwell. Of The Chestnuts, Hampstead, and Horestone 
Point, Sea View, Isle of Wight. Died Nov. i, 1932, aged 81. 
Father of James C. M. (1899) and the next. {Schoolmasters' 
Directories; Who was Who, 1929-40; Whitworth Bk., 161; 
The Times, Nov. 2, 1932; Memoir, by B. .VI. Allen.) 

GARNETT, WILLIAM HUBERT STUART. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, June 25, 1900. [2nd] s. of William (above), of Sea 
View, Isle of Wight. B. [Apr. 22, 1881], at Cambridge. 
School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1900; Scholar, 1901; 
{gth Wrangler) 1902; (Mech. Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1903); 



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Garnham, Robert Edward 

B.A. 1903. Called to the Bar at Inner Temple, 1905. Legal 
Adviser, National Insurance Commission. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut. -Commander, R.N.R.; Lieut., 
R.F.C.); killed Sept. 21, 1916, in a flying accident. Brother 
of James C. M. (1899). {St Paul's Sch. Reg. ; Univ. War List; 
The Times, Sept. 23, 19 16.) 
GARNHAM, ROBERT EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 16) at 
Trinity, Oct. 3, 1769. S. of Robert (1734), Head Master of 
Bury School, Sufiolk. School, Bury. Matric. Michs. 1770; 
Scholar, 1771; B..\. (6th Wrangler) 1774; M.A. 1777. Fellow, 
1775. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Mar. 3, 1776; C. of Nowton 
and Hargrave, Suffolk. Died June, 1802, aged 50. Buried 
at Nowton. (S.H.A.H., Bury Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 1802, 11. 
1220.) 

GARNIER, GEORGE [CHARLES]. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 19) 
at Trinity, July 3, 1758. [Only] s. of George [Apothecary- 
General to the Army, and Frances, dau. of John Soper, of 
Preston Candover, Hants.], of Wickham, Hants. [B. Oct. 19, 
I739-] School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1758. Apparently also 
Apothecary-Genera! to the Army, 1763. Of Rookesbury, 
Hants. High Sheriff, 1766. Married, May 15, 1366, Margaret, 
dau. of Sir John Miller, Bart., and had issue. Died Oct. — , 
1819. Buried Nov. 2, 1819. {Eton Coll. Reg.; Burke, L.G., 
I939-) 

GARNONS, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 25) at Peterhouse, Jan. 8, 
1777; a 'Ten-year man.' Of Middlesex. Scholar, 1777. 
Ord. priest (London) Feb. 24, 1777. Probably father of the 
next. (7". A. Walker, 341.) 

GARNONS, WILLIAM LEWES PUGH. Adm. sizar at Sidney, 
Mar. 5, 1810. [Elder] s. of John (? above), clerk, of Wivenhoe, 
Essex. B. there Sept. 23, 1791. Schools, Stowmarket 
(Mr Owen), Chelmsford (Mr Roberts) and Dedham (Mr 
Haggitt). Matric. Michs. 1810; Scholar, i8ii; B..*^. 1814; 
M.A. 1817; B.D. 1824. Fellow, 1817. Adm. ad eundem at 
Oxford, June 21, 1832. Ord. deacon (London) Sept. 25, 
1814; priest, Jan. 7, 1816. V. of Ulting, Essex, 1848-63. 
Entomologist and botanist. F.L.S., 1825. Wrote text of 
Penfold and Robley's Madeira Flmt'ers and contributed to 
Gibson's Flora of Essex. Died Mar. 5, 1863, at Ulting. 
{Index of Botanists; Clergy List; Crockford; Scott, MSS.; 
Al. Oxon.; G. Mag., 1863, i. 526.) 

GARNSEY, ERNEST. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1898. S. of 
William Samuel [and Emily Gibbings], of Welhngton, 
Somerset. B. there [Mar. 19], 1876. School, Wellington. 
Matric. Michs. 1898; Exhibitioner, 1900; Scholar, 1901; 
B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., ist Class) 1901; LL.B. 1910; M.A. 
1913. Master at Merchant Taylors' School, 1901. Inspector 
for the Board of Agriculture, 1903-. Called to the Bar, 
Inner Temple, June 4, 1913. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Major, H.A.C. and Gen. Staff; A. P.M.; mentioned 
in despatches; French Croix de Guerre). Head of Education 
Dept., Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries. Died Nov. 27, 
1936. {Laic Lists; Venn, 11. 557; Schoolmasters' Directories; 
Univ. War List.) 

GARRAD, CHARLES EDWARD. Adm. at Clare, Mar. 16, 
1894. [4th s. of William, Esq., of Bures, Suffolk. B. there 
June 21, 1876. School, Haileybury.] Matric. Michs. 1894; 
Scholar, 1895-7; Carus Prize, 1896; (Theol. Trip., Pt I, 
1st Class, 1897); B.A. 1897. Migrated to Jesus, June, 1897; 
Scholar, 1897-8; Scholefteld Prize and Theol. Trip., Pt II, 
1st Class; Carus Prize (Bachelor) and Crosse Scholar, 1898; 
M.A. 1901. Fellow of Clare, 1900-6. Ord. deacon (Bishop 
Royston) 1899; priest (Liverpool) igoo; C. of St Jude's, 
W. Derby, Liverpool, 1899-1902. Vice-Principal of the 
Clergy Training School, Cambridge, 1902-6. Member of the. 
Winchester Brotherhood (S.P.G.) at Mandalay, 1906-8; 
Head, 1910-20. On the Burmese Bible Translation Com- 
mittee, Rangoon, 1921-5. S.P.G. Chaplain at Moulmein, 
1926-8; at Mandalay, 1928-9; at Kalaw, 1929-32. P.C. of 
Barrow-Gurney, Somerset, 1933-47-. Brother of the next 
two. (Scott, MSS.; Haileybury Sch. Reg.; Crockford.) 

GARRAD, FRANCIS WILLIAM. Adm. at Clare, June 18, 
1888. [2nd s. of William, Esq., of Bures, Suffolk. B. Nov. 5, 
1870.] School, Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891; 
M.B. and B.C. 1896; M.D. 1899. At St Mary's Hospital, 
London. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1894. House Surgeon, St 
Mary's Hospital. House Physician, Royal Berks. Hospital, 
Reading. House Surgeon, Warneford Hospital, Leamington. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut., R.A.M.C). 
Residing at Harrogate in 1943. Brother of the above and 
of the next. {Haileybury Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; Medical 
Directories.) 

GARRAD, ROBERT. Adm. at Clare, June 17, 1893- [3rd s. of 
William, of Brook House, Bures, Suffolk. B. Oct. 19, 1874.] 
School, Marlborough College. Matric. Michs. 1893; Scholar; 
B.A. 1896; M.A. 1900. Ord. deacon (Barrow-in-Furness) 
1897; priest (CarUsle) 1898; C. of St James's, Barrow-in- 
Furness, 1897-9. C. of Oulton, Leeds, 1899-1903. C. of 



Garratt, Samuel 

Holy Trinity, Leeds, 1903-6. V. of Hainton and Sixhills, 

Lines., 1906-8. P.C. of Horsforth, Yorks., 1908-18. V. of 

Bingley, 1918-30. Hon. Canon of Bradford. Surrogate, 1919. 

R. of Low Bentham, 1930-45. Brother of the above two. 

{Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; Crockford; Who's Who, 

1942.) 
GARRAD, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, Apr. 27, 

184 1. S. of 'VVilUam. B. at King's Lynn, Norfolk. Matric. 

Michs. 1 84 1. 
GARRANTON, ANDREW JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, 

July I, 1856. S. of Thomas, tanner [and Mary], B. at 

Tenbury, Worcs. Bapt. Feb. 15, 1835. 

GARRARD, CASTELL. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St Catharine's, 
Apr. 15, 1839. Of Suffolk. [S. of Seaman, of Blyford, 
Suffolk.] Matric. Michs. 1839. Migrated to Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 17, 1840; B.A. 1843; M.A. 1846. Ord. deacon (York) 
1843; priest (Norwich) 1844. V. (and patron) of Wickham- 
Skeith, Suffolk, 1S44-68. Lived there subsequently and 
disappears from Crockford, 1904. 

GARRARD, CHARLES JAMES. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Oct. 17, 1844. Matric. Michs. 1844; B.A. 1849; M.A. 1852. 
Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1848; priest, 1849; C. of Dewsbury, 
Yorks., 1848-55. V. of St John's, Oakfield, Isle of Wight, 
1855-67. Chaplain of Christ Church, Rue Asseline, Dieppe, 
1886-8. Died Dec. 19, 1888, at Saadown, Isle of Wight, 
aged 75. {Crockford.) 

GARRARD, HUBERT COWPER. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 
1893. S. of Edward Holland, R. of Marston-Sicca, Stratford- 
on-Avon. School, Trent College. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 
1896. 

GARRARD, — . Adm. pens, at Sidney, Apr. 21, 1825. Did not 
reside. [Possibly Charles Bennet Drake, only s. of Charles, 
Esq., who assumed the name of Garrard, of Wheathampstead, 
Herts. B. Feb. 14, 1806. School, Westminster.] If so, 
previously at Braseuose College, Oxford. Married, Dec. i, 
1835, Honora Henrietta, dau. of Philip Duncombe Paunce- 
fort Duncombe, Esq., of Brickhill Manor, Bucks. Of Lamer 
Park, Herts. Died s.p. June 13, 1884. {Al. Oxon.; Burke, 
L.G., 1939; Record of Old Westminsters.) 

GARRATT, FRANCIS WILLIAM ERNEST. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Jan. lo, 1S60. S. of William (1833), clerk, of 
Fulham, London [and Hester Foster, dau. of the Rev. Warre 
Squire Bradley, V. of Chard, Somerset]. B. at Bristol 
TMar. 25], 1840. School, King's College, London. Matric. 
Michs. i860. Brother of William F. H. (i860). (Burke, Z,.G., 
1939 (for his father).) 

GARRATT, GEORGE CAMPBELL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 6, 1887. S. of Charles Foster [Oriel College, Oxford], 
of The Grange, Little Tew, Enstone, Oxon. [by his 2nd wife, 
Susan, dau. of the Rev. Sir Thomas ColUngwood Hughes, 
Bart.]. B. there [Apr. 27], 1869. School, Chfton College. 
Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890; M.B. and B.C. 1893; M.D. 
1903. At St Bartholomew's Hospital; House Physician. 
Assistant Resident Medical Officer at the London Fever 
Hospital. House Physician, Royal Hospital, City Road, 
London. O.B.E. Physician at the Chichester General 
Infirmary. Author, medical. Of The Corner Cottage, 
Singleton, Sussex, in 1939. Died Feb. 1940. {Medical 
Directories; Burke, O.B.E. Bk.; Clifton Coll. Reg.; Burke, 
L.G., 1939.) 

GARRATT, GEORGE HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 1, 1895. S. of George [solicitor], of Stapleton House, 
Frodsham, Cheshire. B. [Apr. 6], 1876, at Chester. School, 
Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1895. Joined S. Lanes. Regt. 
and served in S. Africa, 1900; Northern Nigeria Regt., 
1900-4; Capt., 9th Border Regt. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Major, Border Regt. and R. Sussex Regt.). 
{Uppingimm Sch. Roll; Univ. War List.) 

GARRATT or GARRETT, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
July 7, 1819. Of Somerset. Matric. Michs. 1819, as Garrett. 

GARRATT, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Oct. 24, 
1834. S. of WiUiam Albin (1800). B. [Feb. 20, 1817], at 
St Pancras, London. Matric. Michs. 1835; B.A. {31st 
Wrangler) 1839; M..^. 1865. Ord. deacon (London) June 14, 
1840; priest, June 6, 1841; C. of St Stephen's, IsUngton, 
1840-3. C.-in-charge of Grappenhall, Cheshire, 1843-5. 
Minister of Holy Trinity Chapel, Waltham Cross, Herts., 
1845-50. P.C. of Holy Trinity, St Giles-in-the-Fields, 
London, 1856-67. V. of St Mary's, Ipswich, 1867-95. Rural 
Dean of Ipswich, 1875-1906. Hon. Canon of Norwich, 1881- 
igo6. Married, 1840, Laetitia Sarah Bathsua, dau. of the 
Rev. Bowater James Vernon, C.F., St Helena. Author, 
Commentary on the Revelation of St John, etc. Lived latterly 
at Bolton Hill House, Ipswich. Died Mar. 21, 1906. Father 
of WiUiam A. V. (1874). (Burke, L.G., 1939 (for his father); 
Crockford; Laurence Tappenden; Who was Who, 1897-1916; 
The 2'imes, Mar. 22, 1906.) 



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Garratt, The Rev. Thomas 

GARRATT, The Rev. THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Christ's, July 19, 
1830. One of these names P.C. of Altcar, Lanes., 1822 
(vacant, 1826). P.C. of Talk, Staffs., 1S31-41. V. of Aftdley, 
1833-41. Died Dec. 18, 1841, aged 45.- (Peile, 11. 439; 
Foster, Index Eccles.; Clergy List.) 

GARRATT, WILLIAM. Adni. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 12, 1833. 
[Doubtless 3rd s. of John, of Bishop's Court, Exeter, J. P. 
B. Nov. 16, 1815.] Matric. Michs. 1834; Frizeman; B.A. 
1838; M.A. 1842. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1839; priest 
(Gloucester) Dec. 22, 1839; C. of St James's, Bristol, 1839-45. 
P.C. of St John's, Fulhara, Middlesex, 1845-61. Married 
(no date given) Hester Foster, dau. of Warre Squire Bradley, 
V. of Chard, Somerset. Died Feb. 22, 1874. Father of 
William F. H. (i86o) and Francis W. E. (i860). (Burke, 
L.G., 1925; Crockford.) 

GARRATT, WILLIAM ALBIN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Feb. 10, iSoo. S. and h. of Francis [merchant], of London 
[and Mary, only child of John Mason, of Lincoln]. [B. Apr. 19, 
1782.J School, Woodford, Essex (Mr Freeman). Matric. 
Michs. 1800; Scholar, 1800; B.A. (f2nd Wrangler) 1804; 
First Smith's Prize, 1S04; M.A. 1S07. Fellow, 1805. Called 
to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn. Married (no date given) Sibella 
Ann, dau. of James Stephen, M.P., Master in Chancery. 
Died 1858. Father of Samuel (1834). (Burke, L.G., 1925.) 

GARRATT, WILLIAM ALBIN VERNON. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Feb. 28, 1874. S. of Samuel (1834), of Bolton Hill 
House, St Margaret's, Ipswich. B. Dec. 13, 1856, in London. 
School, Ipswich Grammar (Dr Holden). Matric. Michs. 1874; 
B.A. 1878. 

GARRATT, WILLIAM FREDERICK HENRY. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, June 27, 1S60. [2nd] s. of William (1833), clerk, of 
St John's parsonage, Fulham, London. B. [Dec. 5, 1841], 
at Bristol. School, St Paul's, London. Matric. Michs. i860; 
B.A. 1865; M.A. 1S68. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1867; 
priest (Exeter) 1869; C. of Pennington, Hants, 1867-9. C. of 
Egloskerry, Cornwall, 1869-70. C. of St Matthew's, Oakley 
Square, Camden Town, 1874-6. Chaplain at Yokohama, 
Japan, 1876-80. S.P.G. Missionary at Tokio, 1881-5. Dis- 
appears from Crockford, 18S6. Brother of Francis W. E. 
(i860). (St Paul's Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G., 1925.) 

GARRAWAY, ARUNDEL HILL. Adm. pens. -at Christ's, 
Dec. 12, 1882. S. of Edward, J. P., M.K.C.S. B. [Sept. 4, 
1861], at Faversham, Kent. Schools, Faversham Grammar 
and Dulwich College. Did not reside. Articled to a solicitor. 
(Di4lwtch Coll. Reg.; Peile, 11. 694.) 

GARRAWAY, HARRY STEPHENSON. Matric. Non-Coil. 
Easter, 1891. [S. of T., Esq., of Barbados, West Indies. 
B. Apr. 17, 1872. School, Rugbv (left, 1888).] Went to 
Sandhurst, 1891; 2nd Lieut. (Unattached List), 1893. 
(Rugby Sch. Reg.) ^^ 

GARRETT, CHARLES BAZETT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
.Mar. 12, 1S55. S. of Capt. — , deceased [and of Mrs Garrett, 
of Rugby]. [B.June 23, 1837.] School, Rugby. Did not reside. 
In the Indian Civil Service. District and Sessional Judge, 
Bengal, 1858. Joint Magistrate and Collector in Bengal and 
Junior Superintendent of Survey. Member of the Legislative 
Council. Retired, 1893. Died Jan. 25, 1898. {Rugby Sch. 
Reg.; I.C.S. Lists.) 

GARRETT, EDMUND WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 27, 1S69. S. of Henry, Esq. B. [Feb. i, 1850], at 
Belfast. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 
1873; M-A. 1877. Adm. at the Inner Temple, .^ipr. 8, 1S71. 
Called to the Bar, Apr. 30, 1875. Special Pleader and Con- 
veyancer. On the Midland Circuit. Had one of the largest 
common law practices of his day. Member of the Middlesex 
County Council, 1889; County Aldennan, 1S95. Metropohtan 
Police Magistrate, 1889-1920; South Western, West London, 
Maryiebone, and Bow St Courts. Member of the lirst General 
Council of the Bar. Author, 7 he Law of Nuisances. Died 
Mar. 4, 1936, at Epsom. {Who teas Who, 1929-40; Foster, 
Men at the Bar; Law Lists; Shrewsbury Sch. Reg. ■ The Times 
Mar. 5, 1936.) 

GARRETT, FYDELL EDMUND. Adm. sub-sizar at Trinity 
Aug. 30, 1884. [4th] s. of John Fisher (1826), of 2, Gower 
Street, London. B. [July 20], 1865. School, RossaU. Matric. 
Michs. 1884; B.A. 1S87. President of the Union, 1S87 
Jomed editorial staff of Pall Mall Gazette; paid visits, as 
special correspondent, to Egypt and South Africa. Editor 
of the Cape Times, 1895-1900. Member for Victoria East 
in Cape Legislative Assembly, 1898, and played a leading 
part in events before the Boer War. While wannly sup- 
porting Cecil Rhodes' and Lord Milner's policy, was tactful 
in his dealings with the Boers, and advocated a United 
S. Africa. Compelled to leave S. Africa owing to ill-health, 
1899. .Author, Rhymes and Renderings; In Afrikanderland'; 
2 he Last Trek (written for President Kruger's funeral)' 
In Memoriam, F. W. R.; The Boer in the Saddle; The Story 
of an African Crisis, etc. Translated Ibsen's Brand into 



Garrett, John 

English verse. In 1904 settled near Plyinpton, where he died 
May 10, 1907. The Garrett Colonial Library, at the Cam- 
bridge Union Society, was founded in his memory. May 23, 
1911. (Who -was Who, 1897-1916, which mistakenly gives 
's. of T. Fisher'; D.N.B.; RossaU Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; 
The Times, May 11, 1907.) 

GARRETT, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 32) at Sidney, May 23, 
1774. B. at Sandwich, Kent. School, Sandwich (Mr Devis). 
Matric. Michs. 1774; B.A. 1778; M.A. 1782. Ord. deacon 
(London) Dec. 21, 1776; priest (Norwich) June 6, 1784. 

GARRETT, GEORGE GALLOWAY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 5, 1899. [S. and h. of John Galloway (Dublin, B.A. 
1875), clerk, of the C.M.S., Ceylon. B. Mar. 22, 1881. School, 
St Lawrence, Ramsgate.] Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902; 
M.A. 1906. Ord. deacon (Stepney, Litt. dim. for London) 
1904; priest (London) 1905; C. of St Mary's, Whitechapel, 
1904-6. Principal, C.M.S. Grammar School, Freetown, 
1906-13. Vice-Principal, K.S., Budo, 1913-14 and 1916-21. 
Missionary at Mbarara, 192 1-5; at Mityana and Singo, 
1926-30; at Mwiri, 1930-3. Living at Ryde, Isle of Wight, 
1933-43-- (Scott, MSS.; St Lawrence Sch. Reg.; Ridley Hall 
List; Crockford.) 

GARRETT, GEORGE MURSELL. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Mar. 20, 1S57. [Younger] s. of William, lay-vicar of Win- 
chester Cathedral [and Anne]. B. [June 8, 1834], at Cheese- 
hill, Hants. Bapt. July i, 1834. Chorister of New College, 
Oxford. Mus.B. 1857; Mus.D. 1867; M.A. 1878. Articled to 
Winchester organist, 1847-54. Organist of Madras Cathedral, 
1854-6. Organist of St John's College, 1857-97. University 
Organist, 1873-97. University Lecturer in Hannony and 
Counterpoint, 1883-97. The well-known composer of can- 
tatas and services. Married, June 20, i860, Marie, dau. of 
John Green, grocer, of Duxford, Cambs. Died Apr. 8, 1897, 
at his residence, 5, Parkside, Cambridge. M.I. in College 
Chapel. Father of Herbert L. O. (1899). (Boase, v. 388-9; 
Eagle, Mar. 1895; Baker, Biog. Diet, of Musicians; Who was 
Who, 1897-1916; Degrees in Music; Ely Diocesan Remem- 
brancer, 1897, 67; The Standard, Apr. 12, 1897.) 

GARRETT, HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, June i, 1867. 
S. of Thomas, clerk [V. of E. Pennard, Somerset]. B. [Mar. 27, 
1849], at Martock, Somerset. Migrated to Caius, Oct. 8, 
1868. Matric. Michs. 1868; Scholar, 1869-75; B.A. (sist 
Wrangler) 1872; M.A. 1875. Assistant Master at Dover 
College, 1873-4. Ord. deacon (Bath and Wells) 1875; priest 
(Winchester) 1885; C. at Bath, 1875-7. C. of Stoneham, 
Hants., 1884-90. R. of North Thoresby, Lines., 1S92-1902. 
Died 'c. 1903.' Brother of Thomas, junior (1859); perhaps 
father of Thomas R. H. (1899). (I'enn, 11. 386 and Addenda; 
Dover Coll. Reg.) 

GARRETT, HENRY WEBB. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
May 14, 1844. S. of John. B. in the parish of St Mary, 
Stafford. Matric. Michs. 1844; B.A. 1852; M.A. 1855. Ord. 
deacon (Manchester) 1849; priest, 1850; C. of .\U Saints', 
Chorlton, 1849-50. C. of Highcliffe, Christchurch, 1851-7. 
C. of Kingsbury, Warws., 1858-75. C. of All Saints', Bir- 
mingham, 1867-9. C. of St Michael's, Hulme, 1869-75. V. of 
Kingsbury, 1875-89. Died Sept. 7, 1889, aged 63. {Clergy 
List; The Guardian, Sept. 18, 1889.) 

GARRETT, HERBERT LEONARD [OFFLEY]. Adm. sizar at 
St John's, Aug. 2, 1899. S. of George Mursell (1857), 
organist, deceased. B. [June 16, 18S1], at Cambridge. School, 
Charterhouse (Rev. Dr Haig Brown). Matric. Michs. 1899; 
V>..\. 1902; M.A. 1912. .After serving on the educational side 
of the Colonial service in Barbados (1903) and at Hong-Kong 
(1904-12), entered the Indian educational service. Professor 
at the Govenmient College, Lahore, 1912-14. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., I..\.R.O.). Keeper of the records 
of the Government of the Punjab, 1924-36. Principal, 
Lahore College, 1927-36; retired, 1936. CLE., 1937. 
Esquire Bedell of the University, 1936-41 and Secretary of 
the Board of I.C.S. studies, 1937-41. Author, Cunningham's 
History of the Sikhs (new edition); Moghul Rule in India; 
The Mohammedan Period of Indian History, etc. Died 
Dec. 8, 1941, in Cambridge. (Charterhouse Sch. Reg.; Who's 
Who, 1942; Univ. War List; The Times, Dec. g, 1941; Kelly, 
Handbook, 1942; I.C.S. Lists; Scott, MSS.) 

GARRETT, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, Nov. 2, 
1760. S. of James, architect, of Devon. B. at Exeter. 
School, Tiverton. Matric. Michs. 1760; Scholar; B.A. 1765. 
Migrated to Sidney, July 5, 1801; M.A. i8oi. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich, Litt. dim. from E.xeter) Mar. 3, 1765. Head 
Master of Chudleigh Grammar School (no date recorded). 
R. of Brushford, Somerset, 1790-1811. V. of Culmstock, 
Devon, 1801-11. Doubtless took his M.A. degree (in 1801) 
in order to qualify him under the Canons Ecclesiastical of 
1603 to hold two benefices. Said to have been an excellent 
scholar and critic and to have brought Chudleigh School to 
a high state of efficiency. Died in 1811. {St John's Coll. 



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Garrett, John 

Adm., III. 670; CatU. AU Bk.; Foster, Index Eccles.; G. Mag., 
iSii, II. 195; Carlisle, Endoued Grammar Schools, i. 253.) 

GARRETT or GARRET, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Peterhoose, 
Nov. 5, 1813; from Magdalen Hall, Oxford, whence he had 
matric. May 15, 1812, age 23. S. of James, Esq., of Broad- 
hampton, Devon. Matric. Michs. 181 3; B.D. {Stat. Eliz.) 
1824. Ord. deacon, 1816; priest, 1817. Chaplain to the 
Bethlehem Hospital and to House of Occupation, South- 
wark, 1833-63. Lived latterly at 32, Nelson Square, Black- 
friars Road. Died July 5, 1863, at Eastbourne. (T. A. 
Walker, 389; G. Mag., 1863, 11. 244; Al. Oxon.; Crockford.) 

GARRETT or GARRET, JOHN FISHER. Adm. sizar at Queens', 
May 19, 1826. Of Suffolk. Matric. Michs. 1826; B.A. 1833. 
Ord. deacon and priest (Lichfield) 1836; P.C. of Elton, 
Derbs., 1836-79. Minister of Stanton and Rowtor chapels, 
1836-75. Disappears from Crockford, 1880. Of 2, Gower 
Street, London, in 1884. Father of Fydell E. (1884) and of 
Rhoda, the feminist, for whom see Boase. (Cant. Act Bk. 
(Garratt).) 

GARRETT, JOSEPH HUGH. Adm. at C.\ius, Oct. 2, 1899. S. of 
Joseph Payne, sohcitor, of 94, Hazewills Road, Hornsey 
Lane, London, N. B. [June 22, 1880], at 9, Blythwood Road, 
Crouch Hill, London, N. School, Highgate. Matric. Michs. 
1899; Scholar, 1899; B.A. (Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1902. 
Appointed to LC.S., 1903; Assistant Collector and Magis- 
trate, Bombay District. Deputy Commissioner, 1919. 
District Magistrate and Political Agent, 1921. Assistant 
Commissioner, Mar. 1925. Commissioner at Ahmedabad, 
1935- ActingGovemorof Sind, 1938. C.S.L, 1930. K.C.LE., 
1939. Retired, Nov. 1939. (Who's Who; Venn, iii. 396; 
I.C.S. Lists; Scott, MSS.; Highgate Sch. Roll; Kelly, Hand- 
book.) 

GARRETT, NEWSON LITTLEWOOD. Adm. (age 19) at Trinity 
Hall, 1884. S. of Edmund, Esq., of Shrewsbury House, 
East Ham, Essex. [B. Oct. 17, 1865.] School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887. .Admitted Solicitor, .-Aug. 
1893 > senior partner in the firm of Minchin, Garrett and 
Worley, of Lincoln's Inn. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Major, 17th Batt., King's Royal Rifie Corps). Closely 
associated with the hospital for women, founded by his 
aunt, Dr Elizabeth Garrett Anderson. Died Oct. 17, 1938, 
aged 73, in London. (Rugby Sch. Reg. ; Law Lists ; The Times, 
Oct. 18 and 24, 1938.) 

GARRETT, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 18, 1883. 
Did not reside. 

GARRETT, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 11, 1869. 
[3rd] s. of Newson, merchant, of Aide House, Aldeburgh, 
Suffolk [and Louisa]. B. [Nov. 20, 1850], at Snape. [Sdhool, 
Rugby.] Matric. Michs. 1869. Migrated to Peterhouse, 
Oct. 8, 1870; Scholar, 1872; B..\. (Stk Classic) 1873; Le Bas 
Prize, 1874; M.A. 1876. Fellow of Peterhouse, 1874-86. 
Adm. Solicitor, July, 1876; entered into partnership with 
Sir Henry Parker, 1879, aid became head of the firm in 
1894. Member of Council of Law Society, 1907; President, 
1917-18. Served on departmental committees on British 
and Foreign Legal Procedure, 1918, and on the Public 
Trustee's Office, 1919. Retired, 1921. Of Gower House, 
Aldeburgh, Suffolk. J. P. Mayor of .Aldeburgh. Died there 
Apr. 22, 1923. Brother of Dr Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, 
and uncle of Phihppa Garrett Fawcett. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; 
Law Lists; Scott, MSS.; Burke, L.G., 1925; Who was Who, 
1916-29; T. A. Walker, 537; I'he Times, Apr. 24, 1923.) 

GARRETT, STEPHEN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 1897. 
[3rd] s. of Frank, of ^Aldringham House, Saxmundham, 
Suffolk. B. [Sept. 6], 1878, at Sa.xmundham. School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1897. Studied in Germany, 1899-1900. An 
engineer; Director of Richard Garrett and Sons, Ltd., 
Leiston, Suffolk. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., 
4th Battn., Suffolk Regt.) ; killed in action at Neuve Chapelle, 
Mar. 12, 1915. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Univ. War List; The Times, 
Mar. 17, 1915-) 

GARRETT, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Queens', Dec. 14, 1833. 
Of Dorset. Matric. Michs. 1834; B.A. 1839; M.A. 1859. 
Ord. deacon (Chichester) May 12, 1839; priest (Lichfield) 
Mar. 8, 1840. Island Curate of St James, Jamaica, 1841. 
R. of Vere, 1853. R. of Falmouth, Trelawny, Jamaica, 1870. 
Died Mar. 20, 1870, aged 62. Father of Thomas (1882). 
(W. Cowper.) 

GARRETT, THOMAS (senior). Adm. pens, at Caius, June 29, 
1859. S. of William, yeoman, of Hursley, Hants. B. there 
[Oct. 17], 1840. School, City of London. Matric. Michs. 
1859; Scholar, i86o-2. Died Oct. 18, 1862. (Venn, 11. 345.) 

GARRETT, THOMAS (junior). Adm. pens, at Caius, Aug. 19, 
1859. S. of the Rev. T. [doubtless Thomas, sometime V. of 
East Pennard, Somerset]. B. 1840, at Baverstock, Wilts. 
School, at home. Matric. Michs. 1859; B.A. 1S63. Head 
Master of King Edward's Grammar School, Southampton, 



Garrick, Herbert Douglas 

1874-80. Died Jan. 11, 1885, at Beaton, Devon. Brother 
of Henry (1867). (Venn, 11. 346; C. F. RusseU.) 

GARRETT, THOMAS. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 6, 1882. [S. of 
Thomas (1833), clerk, and Sarah, of xo, Blomfield Road, 
Maida Hill, London, N.] B. [May 4, 1863], in the parish of 
Vere, Jamaica. School, Merchant Taylors', London. Matric. 
Michs. 1882. Migrated to St John's, Oct. 19, 1883. In 
Canada, 1922-3. (Venn, 11. 459; Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.) 

GARRETT, THOMAS ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Dec. 12, 18S2. S. of Thomas. B. [Apr. 2, 1862], at Belfast. 
Schools, Clifton College, Somerset CoUege, Bath, and King's 
CoUege, London. Matric. Lent, 18S3; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1890. 
Electrical Engineer. Of Sunnymead, Reigate Road, Reigate, 
in 1911. Died July i, 1929, at Tunbridge Wells. (Peile, 11. 
694; The Times, July 9, 1929.) 

GARRETT, THOMAS POYNDER. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
June 28, 1850; later Fell. -Com. Matric. .Michs. 1850; B.A. 
1S54. C. of Tamworth, Staffs., 1857-8. .Married Oct. 16, 
1851 ('late of the Madras .Artillery'), .Annie .Mary, dau. of 
Henry JeSeris. Died June 15, 185S, aged 31. (T. A. Walker, 
500; Clergy List; G. Mag., 1852, i. 83 and 1858, 11. 199.) 

GARRETT, THOMAS RICHARD HENRY. Adm. pens, at Jesus, 
Oct. 1899. S. of the Rev. H. [? Henry (1867)]. B. Feb. 17, 
1881, at Southampton. School, Louth Grammar (Canon 
Hopwood). Matric. Michs. 1S99; Scholar; B..A. 1902; M.A. 
1909. Joined the Shell Oil Co , prospected in many parts 
of the world, mcluding East Indies. Opened up valuable 
suppUes in Sarawak. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R.; O.B.E.). Died Apr. 16, 1937, at 
Longfield, Kent. (Burke; Univ. War List; The limes, 
Apr. 17, 1937; F- Brittain.) 

GARRETT, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity Hall, 
Jan. 12, 1818. [Doubtless s. of James, of Janeville, Co. 
Carlow, Ireland. B. 1783.] Matric. Lent, 1818. Of Janeville. 
Capt., ist Carlow Yeomanry-Cavalry, 1805. Sheriff of 
Carlow, 1806. Married, 1809, Margaret, dau. of Samuel 
Ra\Tnond, of Riversdale, Co. Kerry, and had issue. (C. R. 
Hudleston.) 

GARRICK, CARRINGTON. .Adm. pens, (age 19) at St John's, 
Mar. 19, 1772. S. of George, Esq. [brother of David Garrick], 
treasurer of Drury Lane Theatre, London [and Ehzabeth, 
dau. of Nathan Carrington, a King's messenger]. School, 
Eton. Matric. i%Uchs. 1772; B..A. 1776; M.A. 1780. Ord. 
deacon (London) June 2, 1776; priest, Nov. 30, 1776- 
Domestic Chaplain to the Duke of Devonshire, 1776. V. of 
Hendon, Middlesex, 1777-87 [the Uving was purchased for 
him by his uncle David, who left his nephew £6000 and all 
his Ubrary except £100 worth to Mrs Garrick. The latter, 
however, prevailed upon the nephew to dispose of his interest 
therein to her. Towards the end of her life she presented the 
greater part of it to Carrington's son, Christopher PhiUp]. 
Married, Feb. 7, 1780, Eliza, dau. of John Battiscombe, of 
Half Moon Street, Piccadilly, London. Died May 13, 1787, 
at Hendon, ' a martyr to a too free use of the bottle.' Angelo 
wrote of him 'at 18 he was the largest young man I had ever 
seen; he was much followed in the streets' (Eton Coll. Reg.), 
and T. Cradock wrote, ' young Garrick was much respected 
and noticed by all my friends at Cambridge, but, when I 
first walked out with him in his pensioner's gown, the people 
absolutely came out of their houses to stare at him.' 
(Literary and Miscellaneous Memoirs, iv. 253; Eton Coll. 
Reg.; St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 264; G. Mag., 1787, i. 546; 
Cambridge Chronicle, Nov. 16, 1776, and Feb. 12, 1780; 
Angelo, Reminiscences.) 

GARRICK, FRANCIS CADELL. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Oct. 9, 1S88. [Younger] s. of Sir James [K.C.M.G., K.C.], 
of 9, Wetherby Gardens, S. Kensington, London [and of 
Queensland Government Office, London]. School, Upping- 
ham. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892. Called to the Bar, 
Inner Temple, June 14, 1893. Of 37, Hans Road, London, 
S.W., in 1932. Brother of James C. (1887). (Uppingham 
Sch. Roll; Law Lists.) 

GARRICK, FREDERICK STEPHEN TREVOR (1881), see 
TREVOR, FREDERICK STEPHEN. 

GARRICK, GEORGE CHRISTIAN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1897. S. of Alfred Christian, of 21, Upper Phillimore 
Gardens, London. B. 1878, at Hunter's HUl, N.S.W., 
Australia. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Major, Surrey Yeomanry; 
Ministry of Munitions, 1917-18). Of Dutch House, Hohn- 
wood, near Dorking, in 1925. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Untv. War 
List.} 

GARRICK, HERBERT DOUGLAS. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1893. S. of Francis James, Esq., deceased, of Christchurch, 
New Zealand. School, Christ's College, Christchurch, N.Z. 
Matric. Michs. 1893. 



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Garrick, James Cadell 

GARRICK, JAMES CADELL. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Oct. 15, 1887. S. of Sir James, Agent-General of Queensland, 
Australia, of 9, Wetherby Gardens, London. School, Up- 
pingham. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. i8gi. Called to the 
Bar, Inner Temple, May 11, 1892. Of Brisbane, Australia. 
Brother of Francis C. (1888). (Uppingham Sch. Roll.) 

GARRICK, JAMES PERCY. Adm. pens, at Caius, May 20, 1853. 
S. of James .Alston G. [formerly (iarlickr], schoolmaster, of 
Tenby. B. [Mar. 31], 1834. School, at home. Matric. Michs. 
1853; Scholar, 1854-8; B.A. {9th Wrangler) 1858; M.A. 1861. 
Fellow, 1858-81. Tutor, 1875-0. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1858; 
priest (London) 1859; C. of St Marylebone, 1858-67. K. of 
Blofield, Norfolk, 1880-1912. Hon. Canon of Norwich, 1899- 
1919. Lived latterly at Merlewood, Old Catton, Norwich. 
Died Feb. 27, 1919, at Southsea. (Venn, 11. 313; Crockford; 
Who was Who, 1916-28; The Times, Mar. i, 1919.) 

GARROD, ALFRED HENRY. Adm. pens, at Caius, Feb. 14, 
1867. S. [and h.] of [Sir] Alfred Baring, M.D. [for whom 
see D.N.B.], of London. B. [May 18, 184.6], in Charterhouse 
Square, London. [Bapt. July 5, 1846, at St Peter's, Ipswich.] 
School, University College School. Medical student at King's 
College, London. [Licentiate of Apothecaries Society, 1868.] 
Migrated to St John's, May 29, 1868; matric. Michs. 1868; 
Scholar, 1870; B.A. {Nat. Sci. Trip., 1st Class, 1871) 1872; 
M.A. 1875. Fellow, 1873-9 (th*^ first fellowship which his 
college awarded for his subject). Prosector to the Zoological 
Society, 1871-9. Dissected five rhinoceroses and a multitude 
of other animals. Professor of Comparative Anatomy at 
King's College, London, 1874-9. FuUerian Professor of 
Physiology at Royal Institution, 1875-9. F.R.S., 1876. 
Died Sept. 17, 1879, at 10, Harley Street, London. His 
Scientific Papers were edited by W. A. Forbes. (Univ. Coll. 
Sch. Reg.; Venn, 11. 379; Boase, i. 1126; D.N.B.) 

GARROOD, JESSE ROBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 13, 
1892. S. and h. of Jesse, soUcitor, of Ledbury, Heref. [and 
Alice Louisa Hasler]. B. there Mar. 1, 1874. School, Chelms- 
ford Grammar (Mr F. Rogers). Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 
1895; M.B. and B.C. 1899; M.D. 1904. At St Thomas's 
Hospital. Served in the Great \Var, 1914-19 (Capt., 
R.A.M.C). Medical Officer of Health for Huntingdon 
R.D.C. Local Secretary, Society of .Antiquaries. Author, 
Two Skeletons of the Cetacean Pseudorca Crassidens from 
Thorney Fen; Roman Godmanchester, in Transactions, Cambs. 
and Hunts. Archaeol. Soc, 1937. Of Alconbury Hill, Hunts., 
in 1943. (Scott, MSS.; Univ. War List; Medical Directories.) 

GARROULD, WILLIAM JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 15, 1S60. Of Suffolk. Matric. Michs. i860; B.A. 1864. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1864; priest, 1865; C. of Halesworth 
with Chediston, Suffolk, 1864-77. C. of St Margaret's, 
Ipswich, 1877-81. V. of St Michael's, Ipswich, 1881-1902. 
V. of Tharston, Norfolk, 1902-22. Lived latterly at 55, Cam- 
bridge Street, Norwich, where he died Feb. 12, 1927, aged 86. 
(Crockford; The Times, Feb. 14, 1927.) 

GARROW, DAVID. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 24, 1814; 
re-adm. 1822. Of Hertfordshire. Matric. Michs. 1814; 
Scholar; B.A. 1826. Ord. deacon (London) May 21, 1826; 
priest (Llandaff, Litt. dim. for London) June 23, 1826. Chap- 
lain, Bengal Establishment, 1826. 

GARROW, DAVID WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 1, 
1799. [Only s. of William, of Bedford Row, London, Master 
of the Bench of Lincoln's Inn.] Migrated to Christ Church, 
Oxford, whence he matric. Oct. 20, 1800, age 19; B.A. 
(Oxford) 1804; M.A. (O.xford) 1807; B.D. (Oxford) 1814; 
D.D. (Oxford) 1818. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 24, 1799. 
Called to the Bar, 1806. R. of E. Barnet, Herts., 1815-27. 
Died .Apr. 11, 1827. (.41. Oxon.; Foster, Index Eccles.; Inns 
of Court Adms.) 

GARROW, GEORGE BAKER. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
May 22, 1826. B. Feb. 1, 1809. [School, Eton.] Matric. 
Michs. 1826; B.A. 1833. P.C. of Mid Lavant, Sussex, 1834. 
R. of Budleigh, Devon, 1835-41. R. of Chiselborough and 
W. Chinnock, Somerset, 1841-65. Died Nov. 4, 1865, aged 
56, at Chiselborough. (Scott, MSS.; Eton Sch. Lists; G. 
Mag., 1865, II. 795; Foster, Index Eccles.; Cant. Act Bk.; 
Clergy List.) 

GARROW, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 28, 1808. 
S. [illegitimate by a native woman] of Joseph (Secretary to 
the Commander-in-Chief, Madras) [who left him, by will in 
1792. £5000]. B. Oct. 29, 1789. Matric. Michs., 1S08; 
Scholar, 1808; B.A. 1812; .M.A. 1818. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, Nov. 26, 1810. Translated Dante's 'Vita Nuova.' 
Married, Feb. 17, 1812, Mrs Fisher, of Torquay. Lived at 
Florence. Died Dec. i, 1857. Friend of W.' S. Landor, 
who wrote a verse ' On the grave of Garrow at Florence.' 
(The Times Lit. Supp., May 27, 1920; Camb. Chron., Mar. 20, 
1812; Notes and Queries, loth Series, 10, 24; F. P. White.) 

GARSTIN, MARCUS SOMERVILLE. Adm. pens, at Trinity 
Hall, Mar. 10, 1824. [Doubtless 3rd s. of John, Esq., 



Garvey, James 

deceased, late of Dublin, by his 2nd wife, Mary, dau. of 
Richard Harman, of Brighton. B. Oct. i, I797-] Matric. 
Michs. 1824; .Scholar, 1826; Civil Law Classes, ist Class, 
1826-7. Called to the Bar, Middle Temple. Married, Aug. 27, 
1822, Jane, dau. of Lancelot Rainforth, Esq., of Dishforth, 
Yorks. Died s.p. July 5, 1828. (Burke, L.G., 1864; L.G. of 
Ireland.) 

GARTHWAITE, JOHN DOUCE. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 18) at 
Trinity, Mar. i, 1760. S. [and h.] of Edward, of Shackleford, 
Surrey [and Elizabeth, dau. of John Douce, of Clarendon, 
Jamaica]. B. Nov. 23, 1741. School, Greenstead, Essex 
(Mr Harris). Matric. Lent, 1760. Of Shackleford, Surrey; 
which he sold. Lord of the manors of Bumeyre and Tregayre, 
Cornwall. Lived at Chichester. Married Fanny, dau. of 
William Hancock, M.D., of The Close, Salisbury. For many 
years a prisoner of war at Valenciennes, France. Died there 
Feb. 4, 1814. (Lines. Pedigrees; G. Mag., 1814, 1. 408.) 

GARTON, FRANK TOWNSEND. Adm. at Clare, Mar. 17, 1892. 
School, King's College School, London. Matric. Michs. 1892; 
Scholar; B.A. 1895. Called to the Bar, Jan. 1899. Became 
a sohcitor and later Official Receiver for the High Court of 
Justice. Died Mar. 25, 1925, at Worthing. (Scott, MSS.; 
Law Lists; The Times, Mar. 27, 1925.) 

GARTON, GEORGE JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Apr. 26. 1839. S. of G., Esq., of Hull. B. there. Matric. 
Michs. 1839; Scholar; B.A. 1843. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1843; 
priest (Lichfield) 1844; C. of Tamworth, Staffs., 1844-5. 
C. of All Saints', Gordon Square, St Pancras, London, 1846-8. 
C. of Walsham-le- Willows, Suffolk, 1849-50. C. of Beighton, 
Derbs., 1851-5. C. of Market Stainton, Lines., 1856-62. 
C. of Kirkheaton, Yorks., 1863-4. C. of Alfriston, Sussex, 
1865-6. C. of Leighton Buzzard, Beds., 1867-70. C. of 
St Paul's, Coppenhall, Cheshire, 1870-2. C. of .All Saints', 
Hereford, 1872-5. C. of St Peter's, Hereford, 1875-7. R. of 
Brimfield, Heref., 1878-1903. Author, Sermons. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1904. (Clergy List.) 

GARTON, JOHN ARTHUR. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 5, 1889. 
[S. and h. of ]. A., of London. B. 1868. School, Bruce 
Castle.] Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892; M.A. 1896. Ord. 
deacon (London) 1893; priest, 1894; C. of St Martin-in-the- 
Fields, 1893-1903. Chaplain, Charing Cross Hospital, i8g8- 
1903. C. of St James's, Paddington, 1903-5. V. of All 
Saints', Gordon Square, 1905-9. Chaplain, University 
College Hospital, 1905-g. V. of St Paul's, Mill Hill, 1909-20. 
R. of Waddington, Lines., 1920-35. R. of Potter Hanworth, 
1935-42. (Crockford; Kelly, Handbook.) 

GARTON, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Queens', Dec. 6, 1819. Of 
Nottinghamshire. Migrated to St John's, May 24, 1820; 
matric. Michs. 1820. Migrated back to Queens'; B..A. 1824; 
M..A. 1849. Ord. deacon, Jan. 2, 1825. V. of Towcester, 
Northants., 1840-55. C. of Easton Neston, 1848-55. Hon. 
Canon of Peterborough, 1848-55. Died Mar. 30, 1855, at 
Towcester. [His s. and h., Joseph, went to Oxford and 
became Chaplain to the King of Hanover.] (G. Mag., 1855, 
I. 655; Clergy List; Northants. Clergy; Al. Oxon.) 

GARTSIDE, BENJAMIN. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 8, 1888. Matric. 
Michs. 1888. [A Benjamin G., perhaps his father, is men- 
tioned as being a sohcitor at Manchester in Law List, 1850.] 

GARTSIDE, EDWARD. Adm. sizar [as 'Neddy'] at St Catha- 
rine's, June 25, 1773. Of Lancashire. Matric. Michs. 1773; 
B.A. 1777. 

GARTSIDE, JOHN GIBSON. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. i, 
1873. [Only] s. of James Hampson, Esq., wine and spirit 
merchant, of Manchester [and Esther]. B. June 13, 1856, 
at Longsight. Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1878. -Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, Nov. 21, 187S. Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 
1881. On the Northern Circuit. Of 4, St James's Square, 
London, in 1900. (Foster, Men at the Bar; Law Lists.) 

GARVEY, HERBERT RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 5, 1883. S. of James (next), R. of ,Ashby-cuin-Fenby, 
Lines. Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886; M.A. 1890. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) 1899; priest, 1900; C. of Boston, Lines., 
1899-1911. V. of Kirton-in-Lindsey, 191 1-4 7-. (Crockford.) 

GARVEY, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Christ's, Jan. 28, 
1836. S. of Richard, Head Master of Lincoln Grammar 
School and R. of St Mary Magdalene. B. at Lincoln. School, 
Wakefield (Mr Butterton). Matric. Lent, 1836; Scholar, 
1837; B.A. 1840; M.A. 1843. Mathematical Master at Repton 
School, 1840-50. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1843; priest 
(Hereford) 1844; C. of Foremark, Derbs., 1843-5. R. of 
Ashby-cum-Fenby, Lines., 1850-93. V. of Brigsley, 1856-93. 
Died June 20, 1893. Father of the above; brother of the 
next two. (Repton Sch. Reg.; Peile, 11. 456; Clergy List; 
Crockford; The Guardian, June 28, 1893; Scott, MSS.) 



Garvey, John 

GARVEY, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, Nov. 25, 1833. 
[and s. of Richard, clerk, of the Vicars' Court, Lincoln.] 
Matric. Michs. 1834; Scholar, 1837; B..^. 1838. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) 1S38; priest, i83q; C. of Fulbeck, Lines., 1838-43. 
V. of Hough-on-the-Hill with Brandon, 1843-55- Married, 
1842, Martha, dau. of G. Waddington, Esq., of Kettlethorpe. 
Died Sept. 8, 1855, aged 40. Brother of the above and of 
the next. (G. Mag., 1855, 11. 552; Clergy List; Crockford.) 

GARVEY, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Feb. 12, 1830. 
Of Northamptonshire. [Eldest s. of Richard, Head Master 
of Lincoln Grammar School.] Matric. Michs. 1831; Scholar, 
1835; B.A. 1835; M.A. 1838. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1835; 
priest (Ripon) 1838. Vice-Principal of Proprietary School, 
Wakefield, Yorks., 1841-2; Principal, 1843-8. R. of Salt- 
fleetbv. Lines., 1848-51. C. of Mablethorpe St Mar>', 1851-4. 
R. of'Snelland and C. of Stainton, 1862-9. Died Apr. 22, 
1869, aged 56. Brother of 'Tames (1836) and the above. 
{Clergy List; P. B. G. Binnall.) 

GARWOOD, EDMUND. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Magdalene, 
Mav 19, 1775. S. of William, of Cawston, Norfolk. School, 
Martham (Rev. T. Bowman). Matric. Michs. i775; B..\. 
1779; M.A. 1782. Fellow. V. of Hessle, York, 1799-1837. 
Died Apr. 27, 1837, at Elvington, Yorks. (G. Mag., 1837, 
I. 666.) 

GARWOOD, EDMUND JOHNSTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 8,1883. S. of William, clerk [probably C. of Cottingham, 
Yorks.], of \'illa Guiseppina, Cadenabbia, Italy. B. [May 18, 
1864], at BridUngton, Y'orks. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1883 as E. Johnston; B.A. 1886; M.A. 1892; Sc.D. 1914- 
Director, Jarrow Chemical Co., 1887-92. Hon. Sec, Geo- 
logical Society of London, 1905-12; President, 1930-2; 
Lyell Medalhst, 1915. With Sir Martin Conway in Spitz- 
bergen, 1896-7; in 1899 in Sikhim Himalayas with Mr 
Douglas Freshfield. Y'ates-Goldsmid Professor of Geology 
and Mineralogy at University of London, 1901-31. President, 
Geographical .Association, 1913. President, Section C, 
British Association, 1913. F.R.S., 1914. Author, The Geo- 
logical Structure and Physical Features of Sikhim, in Douglas 
Freshfield's Round Kangchenjunga; The Geology of Xorthum- 
berland and Durham; Geological Chapters in A History of 
Northumberland, vols. l-xv., etc. Of Adelaide Lodge, 
90, Adelaide Road, London, N.W., in 1943. (Who's Who; 
Schoolmasters' Directory, 1903.) 

GASCOIGNE, FREDERICK OCTAVIUS. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 4, 1875. Of Nottinghamshire. [Perhaps s. of 
Thomas (1840), clerk.] B. May 30, 1856, at Sherwood, Notts. 
School, Walthamstow. Matric. Michs. 1875; B..^. 1879; 
M.A. 1890. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1881; priest, 18S2; 
C. of Lower Mitton, Worcs., 1881-95. R. of Martin Hussinj- 
tree, 1895-1927. Lecturer at St .Andrew's, Droitwich., 1897- 
1927. Lived latterly at Weston-super-Mare. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1931. Perhaps brother of the next and of 
Walter J. (1878). 

GASCOIGNE, HERBERT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, Oct. 
1S73. S. of Thomas (? 1840), clerk. B. at Sherwood, Not- 
tingham. Matric Michs. 1873; B.A. 1877; M..A. 1880. Ord. 
deacon (Rochester) 1877; priest, 187S; C. of St Saviour's, 
Brockley Hill, Sydenham, 1877-80. C. of .Ashford, Kent, 
1880-2. C. of St Margaret's, Dunham Massey, Cheshire, 
1882-7. C. of .AH Saints', Hereford, 1887-9. C. of 
Tupsley, Heref., 1890-3. Lived at Hereford, 1893-8. R. of 
Shillings tone, Dorset, 1898-1903. Lie. pr., dio. Winchester, 
1905-12; dio. Chichester, 1912-14; dio. London, 1914-15; 
dio. Oxford, 1916-17; dio. Exeter, 1917-19. Lived latterly 
at Greengarths, Gt Missenden, Bucks. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1938. Perhaps brother of the above and of 
Walter J. (1878). 

GASCOIGNE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
June 20, 1840. S. of Thomas. B. at Hemsworth, Yorks. 
Matric. Michs. 1840; B..A. 1S44. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1844; 
priest, 1845; C. of Carlton, Lines., 1844-6. Assistant Master 
at Derby Grammar School, 1846-8. Afterwards Master of a 
school at Spondon. Lecturer at St Peter's, Nottingham, 
1848-59. V. of Weybread, Suffolk, 1859-60-. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1870. Author, Sermons. {Derby Sck. Reg.) 

GASCOIGNE, THOMAS. Adm. at Clare, July 9, 1900. [S. and 
h. of Thomas, of Fishleigh, Devon, and of Mapperley Edge, 
Notts. B. May 23, 1881.] School, Uppingham (exhibitioner). 
Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; M..A. 1910, Assistant Master 
at Fermoy CoUege, 1903; at Merchiston Castle, Edinburgh, 
1904-33-. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (2nd Lieut., 
Northants. Regt.). {Uppingliatn Sch. Roll.; Buike, L.G., 
1939; UniiK War List; Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

GASCOIGNE, THOMAS CHARLES. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 18) 
at Trinity, Feb. 21, 1803. [Only] s. of Sir Thomas [8th 
Scottish] Bart., of Yorks. [and Marv, dau. of James Shuttle- 
worth, of Gawthrop and Forcett Hall, Yorks.]. [B. June 7, 



Gaskell, Benjamin 

1786.] Schools, Eton [and Louth Grammar]. Killed while 
hunting, Oct. 20, 1809. {Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, L.G., 1939; 
P. B. G. Binnall.) 

GASCOIGNE, THOMAS HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Sept. 30, 1869, from Worcester College, Oxford, 
whence he had matric. Oct. 17, 1868, age 19. 2nd s. of 
Thomas, Esq., of Cavendish, Notts. Matric. Michs. 1869. 
{.41. Oxon.) 

GASCOIGNE, WALTER JOHN. .Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 7, 1878. S. of Thomas (? 1840), clerk [and Charlotte]. 
B. at Sherwood, Notts. Bapt. Jan. 12, 1854. Matric. Michs. 
1878; B.A. 1882. Ord. deacon (Bath and Wells) 1881; priest, 
1882; C. of Crewkeme, Somerset, 1881-3. C. of Long Ditton, 
Surrey, 1883-4. C. of St Stephen's, Guernsev, Channel 
Islands, 1885-7. C. of W. MaUing, Kent, 1888-9. C. of Heath , 
Derbs., 1889-92. R. of Upton Hellions, Devon, 1894-1927. 
Lived latterly at Weston-super-Mare. Died Apr. 21, 1936. 
Perhapsbrotherof Herbert (1873) and of Frederick O. {1875). 

GASCOIGNE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Clare, July 3, i753- 
B. at Stratford-le-Bow, West Ham, Essex. Matric. Michs. 
1753- 

GASCOYNE, JOSEPH. .Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June i, 
1774. S. of Joseph, of London. B. 1756. School, West- 
minster. Matric. Michs. 1774; Scholar, 1775- Entered the 
East India Company's service; cadet, in Bengal, 1778; 
Ensign, 4th Bengal N.I., 1778; Lieut., 1778; Capt., 1796; 
Major, 1800; Lieut.-Col., 21st Bengal N.I., 1803; retired, 
1809. Married (i) Sept. 13, 1787, Miss Sarah Evans; 
(2) bee. 3, 1808, Mrs .Arabella Denton, a widow, of Tavistock 
Square, London. Died Mar. 21, 1830, in London. {Record 
of Old Westminsters; Major V. C. P. Hodson.) 

GASCOYNE, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Queens', Mar. 27, 1822. 
Of Kent. [3rd s. of Thomas.] Matric. Glasgow University, 
1821. Matric. Easter, 1822; B.A. 1826; M.A. 1829. Ord. 
deacon (London, Litt. dim. from Canterbury) 1825; priest, 
1826; C. of Luddenham, Kent, 1825. V. of Davnngton, 
1821 (sic)-44. C. of Mickleton,Gloucs., 1840-56. Author, T/ij 
Patriarch, and other religious and poetical works. Lived 
latterly at 16, The Circus, Bath, where he died Sept. 29, 1890. 
{Cant.' Act Bk.; Clergy List; Crockford; Bgase, v. 390; The 
Guardian, Oct. 8, 1890; C. J. Fordyce.) 

GASELEE, HENRY. .Adm. at King's (age 18) a scholar from 
Eton, Sept. 15, i860. [Only] s. of Binsteed, Esq. [bamster- 
at-Iaw, of Balliol College, Oxford]. B. [May 19, 1842], in 
Bloomsbury, London. [School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. i860; 
B.A. (22n(; Wrangler) 1864; LL.M. 1867. Fellow, 1863-82. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 23, 1864. Called to the Bar 
Nov. 18, 1867. Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer. Of 
30, Brunswick Gardens, London, W., and 11, New Square, 
Lincoln's Inn. Died Oct. 19, 1926. Father of Sir Stephen 
(1S82-1943). {Eton Sch. Lists; King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; 
Foster, Men at the Bar; Law Lists; Scott, MSS.; The Times, 
Oct. 20, 1926.) 

GASKARTH, The Rev. ISAAC. Adm. sizar (age 24) {sic) at Sx 
John's July 7, 1779; a 'Ten-year man.' Of Cumberland. 
Matric. Easter, 1790; B.D. {Stat. Eliz.) 1790- Ord. deacon 
(Durham) Sept. 24, 1775; pnest, July 13, i777; V. of Denford 
with Ringstead, Northants., 1777-1811. R. of Islip, ibo6-ii. 
Will dated Oct. 12, 1810; proved Dec. 23, 1811; he left to 
a friend 'all his fishing rods, fishing lines, hooks, nets, and 
whatsoever belongs to the Amusement of .Angling.' Cam- 
bridge Chronicle, Jan. 17, 1812, gives died 'lately.' (St John s 
Coll. Adm., IV. 265; Cant. Act Bk.; Northants. Clergy.) 

GASKELL, ARTHUR HAMMOND. .Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Jan. 17, 1888. S. x>f Richard Allanson [M.R.C.S.]. B. 
[.Apr. 18, 1870], at St Helens, Lanes. School, Royal Institu- 
tion, Liverpool. Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891; M.A. 1895. 
M.A. and B.D. at Trinity College, DubUn. Ord. deacon, 
1893; priest (Rochester) 1894; C. of St Paul's, Upper Nor- 
wood, 1893-5. C. of St Leonard's, Bootle, Lanes., 1895-9. C. 
ofSt Paul's, Princes Park, Liverpool, 1899-1901.C. of Horwich, 
1902-5. Secretary, British and Foreign Bible Society, Midland 
District, 1905-13. Lie. pr., Gloucester and Oxford dios., 
1906-14; Diocesan Chaplain, Chester, 1915-19- Head Master 
of SouthcUge Preparatory School, Filey, 1920-33. Dis- 
appears from Crockford, 1938. Brother of Leonard S. (1889). 
(Who's Who in N. and E. Yorks.; Peile, 11. 738.) 

GASKELL, BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
June ->s 1800. S. of Benjamin, of Manchester. School, 
Hackney, London (Mr Belsham). Matric. .Michs. 1800. 
[Boase confuses him with Benjamin Gaskell (1781-1856), 
s. and h. of Daniel, M.P., of Thornes House, Yorks., for whom 
see Burke, L.G., 1939 and F.M.G., i. 56.] 



Gaskell, Charles George Milnes 

GASKELL, CHARLES GEORGE MILNES. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Nov. 23, 18^,9. S. [and h.l of James Milnes [M.P., 
of Thonies House, W.ikefield, Yorks.]. B. [Jan. 23, 1842], 
in London. School, Eton. Matric. Lent, i860; B.A. 1863; 
M.A. 1866. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 21, 1862. 
Called to the Bar, Apr. 30, 1866. On the Midland Circuit. 
Succeeded his father, Mar. 1869. Of Thomes House, Yorks., 
and of Wenlock Abbey, Salop. J. P. and D.L. for W. Riding, 
Yorks. Hon. LL.D. (Leeds). M.P. for Morley, 1885-92. 
P.C, 1908. Chainnan of W. Riding County Council, 1893- 
1910. Died Jan. 0, 1919. Father of Evelyn M. (1896). 
{Eton Sch. Lists; Lain Lists; Burke, L.G., 1925; Who jcas 
Who, 1916-28; Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, Jan. 11, 
1919.) 

GASKELL, CHARLES WILFRED. Adm. pens, (age 22) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1894. S. of W. P., Esq. [perhaps Wilham Penn 
whose sixth son, George Edward Penn, matric. from Lincoln 
College, Oxford, in 1877]. B. at Fulmer, Bucks. Matric. 
Michs. 1894. 

GASKELL, EVELYN MILNES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 30, 

1896. [Only] s. of Charles George Milnes (1859) [and Lady 
Catherine Henrietta Wallop, author of Old Shropshire Life, 
dau. of the 5th Earl of Portsmouth], of Wenlock Abbey, 
Salop. B. [Oct. ig, 1S77], at Wakefield, Yorks. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899; M.A. 1910. Of 
Thomes House, Yorks. (which he sold in 1919) and Wenlock 
Abbey, Salop. T.P. and D.L. for W. Riding, Yorks. Esquire 
of the Order of St John of Jerusalem. Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (Major, Yorks. Dragoons; twice mentioned in 
despatches). Died Sept. 14, iQ3i- (Eio" Sc/j. Lists; Burke, 
L.G., 1939; Unn: War List; Who icas Who, 1929-40.) 

GASKELL, FRANCIS. Adm." pens, (age 18) at f rinity Hall, 
May I, 1868. [4th] s. of Frederick [M.R.C.S.], deceased [late 
of Chelsea, Middlesex]. [B. 1850.] School, Guildford Gram- 
mar. Matric. Michs. 1868; B.A. 1873; M.A. 1888. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, May 8, 1878. Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 1884. 
Of Waresley House, Kidderminster, in 1885. {Laic Lists; 
Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

GASKELL, HOLBROOK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 

1897. S. and h. of Holbrook, of Clayton Lodge, Aigburth, 
Liverpool. B. [Nov. 12], 1878, at Liverpool. School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1897; Exhibitioner, 1897; B.A. (Mech. Sci. 
Trip., Pt I, 1st Class) 1900. M.I.E.E., 1918. Of Bridge 
House, Sefton Park, Liverpool, and subsequently, in 1939, 
of Orchard Court, Portman Square, London, W. {Rugby 
Sch. Reg.; C.U. Pari. Reg., 1939.) 

GASKELL, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Oct. 1, 1867. 
[3rd] s. of Henrv Lomax [J. P. and High Sheriff of Oxon.], of 
Kiddington Hail, Oxon. [and Ahce Cunliffe, dau. of Samuel 
Cunliffe Brooks, of Whalley Range, Lanes.]. B. Aug. 28, 
1849. [School, Rugby.] Matric. Michs. 1868. Brother of 
John F. (1878). {T.A. Walker, 530; Rugby Sch. Reg.; Burke, 
L.G., I939-) 

GASKELL, JAMES MORRIS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Sept. 21, 

1898. S. of John, grocer and tea merchant, of Wigan, Lanes, 
[and Hannah Morris]. B. there Sept. 17, 1878. School, 
South Eastern College, Ramsgate. Matric. Michs. 1898. 
Accountant to the Canadian Sheet Steel Corporation, Ltd., 
Morrisburg, 1912. {St Latfrence Coll. Reg.) 

GASKELL, JOHN FOSTER. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 1897. S. of 
Walter Holbrook (1864), M.D., F.R.S. [and Catharine Sharpe 
Parker], of Shelford, Cambs. B. [Sept. 9, 1878], at Grant- 
chester. School, Marlborough College. Matric. Michs. 1897; 
Scholar, 1897; B.A. 1900; M.A. 1904; M.B. and B.C. 1907; 
M.D. 1912. At St Bartholomew's Hospital. Beit Memorial 
Fellow, 190-14. M.R.C.P., 1908. F.R.C.P., 1914- Demon- 
strator iiiPathologv at Leeds University. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.A.M.C; mentioned in des- 
patches). Hon. Physician at Addenbrooke's Hospital. 
Research Student under the Medical Research Council, 
1920-8. Author, Notes of Dr Hans Gadow, etc. Of The 
Uplands, Gt Shelford, Cambs., in 1943. (Venn, 11. 552; 
Univ. War List; Medical Directories.) 
GASKELL, JOHN FRANCIS. Adm. at Clare, Dec. 4, 1878. 
[5th s. of Henrv Lomax, of Kiddington Hall, Oxon., and 
Beaumont Hall,' Lanes. B. Apr. 29, 1858.] Matric. Lent, 
1879; B.A. 1884. Died Nov. 6, 1910. Brother of James 
(1867). (Burke, L.G., 1939.) 
GASKELL, LEONARD SADGROVE. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Jan. 21, 1889. [Younger] s. of Richard AUanson [M.R.C.S., 
of St Helens, Lanes.]. B. there [Aug. 18, 1871]. Schools, 
Royal Institution, Liverpool and Collegiate School, Huyton. 
Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892; M.A. 1898; M.B. and B.C. 
1901. At Liverpool and London Hospitals. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C. P., 
1897. House Surgeon at the London Hospital, and Clinical 
Assistant at St John's Hospital for Diseases of the Skin, 
Leicester Square, London. In practice at Stechford, near 



Gaskin, Charles Henry 

Birmingham, in 1913. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Capt , R.A.M.C). Residing at Budleigh Salterton, Devon, 
in 1942. Brother of Arthur H. (1888). {Peile, u. 748; Univ. 
War List; Scott, MSS.; Medical Directories.) 

GASKELL, ROGER. .'Vdm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 13, 1864. 
S. of John Dakin [barrister], of North Hill, Highgate, London. 
B. [June 2, 1846], at Liverpool. School, Highgate (Dr D>Tie). 
Matric. Michs. 1864; Scholar, 1867; B.A. {igth Wrangler) 
1868; M.A. 1871. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 28, 1866. 
Called to the Bar, Apr. 30, 1870. Equity Draftsman and 
Conveyancer. On Committee of the Charity Organisation 
Society. Treasurer of the Ophthalmic Hospital, and the 
People's Concert Society. Member of the Alpine Club. An 
ardent musician and an accomplished botanist. Of The 
Grove, Highgate, London, N. Died Sept. 15, 1912. Brother 
of Walter H. (1864). {Highgate Sch. Roll; Alpine Club Reg.; 
Foster, Men at the Bar; Laii> Lists.) 

GASKELL, THOMAS KYNASTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Mav 19, 1858. S. of Charles Thomas [Trinity College, 
Oxford], of Fulmer House, Slough, Bucks. B. there [Feb. 15], 
1840. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1858; B.A. 1863; 
M.A. 1866. Rowing 'blue' (cox), 1861. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 
1864; priest, 1865; C. of Buckingham, 1864-8. C. of Little 
Drayton, Salop, 1868-70. C. of Bramley, Yorks., 1870-2. 
C. of Caverswall, Staffs., 1S72-4. C. of W. Felton, Salop, 
1874-6. C. of Digswell, Herts., 1876-8. R. of Folksworth, 
Hunts., 1878-85. R. of Leaton, Salop, 1885-91. R. of Long- 
thorpe, Northants., 1891-1901. Lived latterly at Weybridge, 
Surrey. Died Sept. 13, 1915, at Vine House, Cobham, 
Surrey, the residence of his eldest son. {Record of Old West- 
minsters; Book of Blues; Crockford; Northants. Clergy; Scott, 
MSS.; The Times, Sept. 16, 1915.) 

GASKELL, WALTER HOLBROOK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Dec. 15, 1864. S. of John Dakin [barrister], of Highgate, 
London. B. [Nov. 1, 1847], at Naples, Italy. School, High- 
gate (Dr Dyne). Matric. Michs. 1865; Scholar, 1868; B.A. 
(26//1 Wrangler) 1869; M.A. 1872; M.D. 1879. Fellow of 
Trinity Hall, 1889-1914. University Lecturer in Physiology, 
1883-1914. Hon. LL.D., Edinburgh, 1894. Hon. LL.D., 
McGill, Canada, 1897. F.R.S.; Gold medallist, 1889; Baly 
medalUst, 1895. .Author of many articles in Medical Journals 
on the heart, nerves and muscles. Resided at The Uplands, 
Gt Shelford, Cambs., where he died Sept. 7, 1914. Brother 
of Roger (1S64); father of John F. (1897). {Medical Direc- 
tories;' Who teas Who, 1897-1916; Highgate Sch. Roll; The 
Times, Sept. 9, 1914.) 

GASKELL, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, Sept. 12, 1891. 
S. of Joseph, mercantile clerk, of Biddulph, Congleton, 
Cheshire [and Sarah Ann Harriman]. B. there Jan. 14, 1874- 
School, Loughborough (Mr J. B. Colgrove). Matric. Michs. 
1892; Scholar, 1894; B.A. (Class. Trip., Pt I, 1st Class) 1895; 
M.A. 1910. Entered I.C.S., 1897; served in N.W. Province 
and Oudh. Under-Secretary to Government, 1904. Deputy 
Commissioner and Joint Secretary, Board of Revenue, 1912. 
Magistrate and Collector, 1918. Commissioner of Income 
Tax, United Provinces, 1920. Opium Agent, Ghazipur, 1924. 
Officiating Member, Central Board of Revenue, 1928; 
retired, 1932. CLE., 1925. Of Hilliers, St Mary Bourne, 
Andover, Hants., in 1942. {Who's Who, 1942; Scott, MSS.; 
Kelly, Handbook, 1942; I.C.S. Lists.) 

GASKELL, WILLIAM PENN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
July 4, 1826. Of Buckinghamshire. Matric. Michs. 1827; 
Scholar, 1829; B.A. 1831. Of Ealing, Middlesex, in 1865. 
Probably grandfather of Charles W. (1894). 

GASKIN, ALFRED LOUIS. Adm. at King's, Oct. 10, 18S2. 
[S. of Joseph, clerk, of Villa d'Alger, BouIogne-sur-Mer, 
France. School, Clifton College.] Matric. Michs. 1882; 
Exhibitioner; B.A. (315; Wrangler) 1885; M.A. 1894. Mathe- 
matical Master at King Edward VI School, Stratford-on- 
Avon, 1885-6. Assistant Master at Lancing College, 1886-8; 
at Bath College, in 1898. Army tutor at Haslemere, Surrey, 
for many years. Joint Principal of Redlands, Tonbridge, 
1920-33. Died Feb. 3, 1933. Buried at Haslemere. Brother 
of Ernest P. (1880) and Arthur J. (next). {King's Coll. Adm. 
Reg.; Clifton Coll. Reg.; The Times, Feb. 6, 1933.) 

GASKIN, ARTHUR JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 10, 
1878. S. of Joseph, clerk [Wesleyan Missionary, and Hen- 
rietta]. B. May 3, 1859, at Verulam, Natal, S. Africa. School, 
Kingswood. Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882. Went to Paris 
in 1900 and for many years actively associated with the 
Methodist Church in the Rue Roquepine. Died Oct. 6, 1936, 
at 46, Mapperley Road, Nottingham. Brother of Alfred L. 
(above) and Ernest P. (1880). {The Times, Oct. 10, 1936.) 

GASKIN, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Apr. 15, 1863. Matric. Michs. 1863; Scholar; B.A. (31st 
Wrangler) 1867. 



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Gaskix, Ernest Philip 

GASKIN, ERNEST PHILIP. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 6, 
1880. S. of Joseph, clerk, of 14, Rue Houzeau, Rheims, 
France. School, Kingswood. Matric. Michs. 1880; Exhibi- 
tioner; Scholar, 1881; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1887. Assistant 
Master at the Royal Naval School, NewCross, for four years; 
at Rydal Mount School, Colwyn Bay, for six years; at 
Nottingham High School, 1895-1918. Died Apr. 5, 1931, at 
42, Tavistock Drive, Nottingham. Brother of Alfred L. 
{1882) and .Arthur J. (1878). (Schoolmasters' Directories; 
Scott, MSS.; The Times, Apr. 11, 1931.) 

GASKIN, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 20, 1840. 
[S. of John. B. at Penrith, Cumberland. School, Sedbergh.] 
Matric. Michs. 1840. 'Died before taking his degree.' Brother 
of Thomas (next). {Sedbergh Sch. Reg.) 

GASKIN, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Sx John's, Jan. 31, 1827. 
[S. of John (and Ehzabeth). Bapt. May 21, 1809, at Penrith, 
Cumberland. Originally apprenticed to a shoemaker in 
Perurith and spent all his spare time in working sums with 
an awl on leather: Lord Brougham noticed him and had him 
educated.] School, Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 1827; Scholar, 
1830; B.A. (2nd Wrangler) 1831 ; 2nd Smith's Prize. Migrated 
to Jesus, Apr. 1831; Fellow of Jesus, 1832-42; M..^. 1834. 
Proctor, 1841. F.R.S., 1839. F.R..A.S., 1836. Ord. deacon 
(Rochester, LM. dim. from Ely) Feb. 16, 1834; priest 
(Carlisle, Litt. dim. from Ely) June 21, 1834; V. of St 
Clement's, Cambridge, 1835-7. Removed to Cheltenham, 
1855, where he took private pupUs. A distinguished mathe- 
matician and a good classical scholar. Had a marvellous 
memory; it was said that when he left Sedbergh he could 
repeat 20 Greek plays by heart. Author, Solutions of 
Trigonometrical and Geometrical Problems, etc. Died Feb. 17, 
1887, aged 76, at Cheltenham. Brother of Robert (above). 
(Sedbergh Sch. Reg., which gives 'ordained but never held 
any living'; Boase, i. 1129; C. R. Hudleston.) 

GASKIN, WILLIAM. .'\dm. pens, at Corpus Christi, June 18, 
1826. S. of William, clerk, of Wreav, Cumberland. Matric. 
Michs. 1826; B..A. 1830. Died Mar. iS, 1852, at Walker, 
Newcastle ('only surviving son'). (G. Mag., 1852, I. 531.) 

GASKOIN, CHARLES JACINTH BELLAIRS. Matric. Non-CoU. 
Michs. 1895. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. 1898. [2nd] s. of 
Herman John Richard [Principal in the War Office, of 
Clophill Bams, Beds.]. B. July 30, 1873, at Ealing, 
Middlesex. Scholar; B.A. (Hist. Trip., ist Class) 1898; (Law 
Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1899); Hulsean Prize, 1899; M.A. 1902. 
A private tutor at Cambridge, 1901-6. Lecturer in History 
at Wren's, 1907-16. During the Four Years war in charge of 
a code dept. in the Postal Censorship. Professor of History 
and Economics at Queen's College, London, 1919-26. 
Director of Civil Service Studies and Lecturer in Indian 
History at Cambridge, 1924-39. Resident for many years 
in Fitzwilliam House. During the second World War 
employed in censorship in the West Indies. Author, Alcuin: 
His life and his work, 1904; The Hanoverians, 1914; Britain 
in the Modern World, 1923. Part editor, Cambridge Marriage 
Registers, Phillimore's Series. Of Fitzwilliam House, Cam- 
bridge. (Who's Who, 1942; Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

GASON, WALTER. Adm. pens, at Cl.a.re, Dec. i, 1768. [The 
family was of Tipperary, Ireland ; but no Walter mentioned 
in Burke, L.G. of Ireland.] B. in London. Matric. Michs. 
1768; B..A. 1773, as W. Fletcher Gason. 

GASPAR, FREDERICK PAUL DWIGHT. Matric. Non-Coil. 
Michs. 1S99. .Adm. Solicitor, Feb. 1905. With Messrs 
WUliam A. Crump and Son, lo-ii, Lime Street, London, 
E.C., in 1942. (Law Lists.) 

GASPER, ARTHUR EDWIN. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity 
Hall, Feb. 25, 1875. [4th] s. of Malcolm, Esq. [of Calcutta, 
Zemindar]. B. 1855. Matric. Michs. 1875. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Nov. 4, 1876. Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 
1881. Practising before the High Court of Calcutta, in 1885. 
Probably brother of the next two. (LC.S. Lists; Foster, 
Men at the Bar; Law List, 1930, but not in 1939.) 

GASPER, HENRY ADOLPHUS. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1875.. 
B. in India. Schools, Doveton College, Calcutta, and 
Streatham, Surrey, Matric. Michs. 1875; B.A. 1880. Prob- 
ably brother of .Arthur E. (above) and of the next. (Venn, 
II. 419.) 

GASPER, PERCIVAL PETER MALCOLM. Adm. at Trinity 
Hall, 1889. S. of Malcolm Peter, Esq., of 32, Theatre Road, 
Calcutta. Matric. Michs. 1889. Probably brother of the two 
above . 

GASSON, .WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, July 2, 1845. 
S. of John William. B. Sept. 6, 1819, at Brompton, Middlesex. 
School, King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 1845; 
Scholar, 1847; B.A. 1S49. Died Jan. 29, 1849. Buried at 
Gt St Andrew's, Cambridge; M.I. (Peile, 11. 498.) 

GASTER, HUGH FREDERIC. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1892. Of London. S. of F., Government clerk, of 



Gathercole, Edward William Augustus 

Camberwell. B. July 19, 1872, at Brixton. School, Camber- 
well Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; M..^. 1901. 
Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1895; priest, 1896; C. of St Paul's, 
Leamington, 1895-7. C. of Brompton, 1897-8. C. of St 
Michael's, Chester Square, 1898-1909. Lecturer in Eccle- 
siastical History at the London College of Divinity, 1905-26. 
V. of Stanwell, Middlesex, 1913-47-. (Crockford.) 

GATEHOUSE, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Mar. 14, 
1S84. S. and h. of George [of Chichester]. B. there [June 9, 
1865]. School, Charterhouse and at King's College, London. 
Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1888; M.A. 1898. Represented the 
University against Oxford in the bicycle races of 1886; 
25-niile amateur tricycle champion of England, 18S5, and in 
one mUe, 1895. In the firm of Messrs IliSe and Co., publishers. 
Of Church Stretton, in 1937; living in 1943. Doubtless 
brother of Hugh (next). (Charterhouse Sch. Reg.; Peile, 11. 
707.) 

GATEHOUSE, HUGH. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 6, 1890. S. of G. 
[doubtless George], of Bognor, Sussex. B. Mar. 18, 1872. 
School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893; 
M.A. 1898. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, May 12, 1897. 
Of Bognor Lodge, Bognor, in 1910. Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (2nd Lieut., R.E. and R..\.S.C.; Major, 
Special List; O.B.E. Doubtless brother of George (above). 
(Charterhouse Sch. Reg. ; Law Lists ; Univ. War List.) 

GATEHOUSE, The Rev. SAMUEL. Incorp. B.A. from Oxford, 
1799; M..A. from Corpus Christi, 1799. S. of Robert, Esq., 
of Cheriton, Somerset. Matric. from Wadham College, 
Oxford, May 28, 1766, age 22; B.A. (O.xford) 1770. V. of 
Charlton-Adam, Somerset, 1799-1808. R. of N. Cheriton, 
1799-1808. Married and had issue. Died Oct. 6, 1808. (Cant. 
Act Bk.; Al. Oxon.) 

GATENBY, ANDREW. Adm. sizar at Sx John's, Apr. 24, 1820. 
B. at Eskdaleside, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1820; B..A. 1824. 
Ord. deacon (York) Sept. 18, 1824; C. of Egton Glaisdale 
and of Goathland, Yorks., 1824. C. of Littleport, Cambs., 
1841-57. V. of Winston, Suffolk, 1857-71. R. of Mepal, 
Cambs., 1871-6. Married (2) 1858 or 1859, .\nn, dau. of 
the late J. Luddington, Esq., of Littleport, Cambs. Died 
Sept. 14, 1876. (Scott, MSS.) 

GATENBY, ANDREW GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 7, 1S67. Of Tasmania. Matric. Michs. 1867. 

GATES, EDWARD. .Adm. pens, at Sidney, Aug. 18, 1865. 
S. and h. of William John, clerk, of Aylesbury. B. there 
Oct. 5, 1846. School, Peterborough (Mr Whyley). Matric. 
Michs. 1865; Exhibitioner; B.A. 1869; M.A. 1872. Ord. 
deacon (Worcester) 1870; priest, 1871; C. of Kenilworth, 
1870-2. C. of Shorwell, Isle of Wight, 1872-4. C. of .All 
Saints', St John's Wood, London, 1874-5. C. of Thorpe 
Malsor, Northants., 1875-6. V. of Pytchley, 1876-1911. 
Lived latterly at Bath. Disappears from Crockford, 1934. 
(Xorihants. Clergy.) 

GATES, PHILIP CHASEMORE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, 
Jan. 18, 1843. [2nd] s. of George, of Steyning, Sussex, brewer. 

B. there Aug. 19, 1824. Schools, Midhurst (Rev. Cecil 
Greene), Hambledon, Hants, and Havre, France (Mr Pierce 
Morton). Matric. Nlichs. 1843; B..A.. 1847. .\dm. at the 
Inner Temple, Jan. 15, 1847. Called to the Bar, Nov. 22, 
1S50. On the South Eastern Circuit. Q.C., 1874; Bencher, 
1877; Treasurer, 1896. Recorder of Brighton, 1879. Judge 
of County Courts of Bradford, 1885-96. Married, .Aug. 19, 
1862, .Annie, younger dau. of Peter T. Harbin, Esq., of 
Wandsworth. Lived latterly at 11, Collingham Road, South 
Kensington, where he ched Feb. 25, 1914. (Venn, u. 260; 
Scott, MSS.; Foster, Men at the Bar; Law Lists; The Times, 
Feb. 26, 1914.) 

GATHERCOLE, CHARLES WILLIAM AUGUSTUS. .\dm. pens, 
at St John's, Oct. 22, 1870, from St Edmund Hall, Oxford, 
whence he had matric. Oct. 22, 1S6S, age 19. 3rd s. of 
Michael Augustus, clerk [and Frances Dorothea]. B. Sept. 11, 
1849, at Chatteris, Cambs. Bapt. Mar. 17, 1850. Matric. 
Michs. 1870; B.A. 1877. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1877; priest, 
1878; C. of Thornhill Lees, Yorks., 1877-9. C. of Little 
Wigborough, Essex, 1879-81. C. of Ryburgh, Norfolk, 
1882-4. C. of S. Hanningiield, Essex, 1885-9. V. of Corn- 
worthy, Devon, 18S9-98. Lived latterly at Kingsland, 
Fingringhoe, Colchester. Disappears from Crockford, 1931. 
Brother of \Ochael A. (1869). (Al. Oxon.) 

GATHERCOLE, EDWARD WILLIAM AUGUSTUS. Adm. pens, 
at Corpus Christi, July 3, 1845. Migrated as a 'Ten-year 
man' to Emmanuel, Oct. 9, 1848. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 
1849; priest, 1S50; C. of St Swithun's, Worcester, 1849-50. 

C. of Bircham-Newton, Norfolk, 1868-73. C. of Bishops- 
wood, Staffs., 1873-8. C. of Stretton-en-le-Field, Derbs., 
1878-83. C. of Upton Warren, Worcs., 1885-8. Lived 
latterly at Knowle, Birmingham. Disappears from Crockford 
1907. 



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Gathercole, Michael Augustus 

GATHERCOLE, MICHAEL AUGUSTUS. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
Oct. 25, i86g, from St Edinuiui Hall, Oxford, whence he 
had matric. Oct. 24, 1867, age 21. Eldest s. of Michael 
Augustus, V. of Chatteris, Canibs. [editor of The Church 
Magazine]. B. there Dec. 25, 1845. School, ' Lactodurum,' 
Bucks. (Rev. R. Winglield). Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 1872; 
M.A. 1875. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1871; priest, 1872; C. of 
Southwick, Northants., 1871-5. C. of Fulmodeston, Norfolk, 
1875-87. R. of Santon, 1887-1014. V. of Santon-Downham, 
Suffolk, 1888-1914. Lived latterly at Fern Cottage, King- 
field, Wokinfe, where he died June 8, 1924. Brother of Charles 
W. A. (1870). (Crockford; Al. Oxon.; The Guardian, July 4, 
1924.) 

GATHORNE, HENRY. Adni. pens, (.age 19) at Trinity, Apr. 27, 
1844. S. of John (ne.xt), clerk, of Tarvin, Cheshire. B. at 
Bislcy, Gloucs. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1844; B.A. 
1848. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) Dec. 23, 1849; C. of St 
Michael's, Bristol, 1850. C. of St Mary's, Birkenhead, 1854. 
Died there Dec. 28, 1854. Brother of Richard (1841). 
(Harrow Sch. Reg.; Clergy List; G. .Mag., 1854, 1. 325.) 

GATHORNE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 23, 1800. 
S. of Richard, of Kirkby-Lonsdale, Westmorland. B. there. 
Schools, Kirkby-Lonsdale and St Bees. Migrated to Jesus, 
Sept. 23, 1801. Matric. Michs. 1801; Scholar, 1802; B.A. 
1805; M.A. 1808. Fellow of Jesus, 1808-14. R. of Tarvin, 
Cheshire, 1825-31. Died Mar. 10, 1831, at Kirkby-Lonsdale, 
on his 51st birthday. Father of Henry (above) and Richard 
(1841). (Scott, .MS'S.; G. Mag., 1831, 1. 475 and 652.) 

GATHORNE, JOHN NAYLOR. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Sept. 21, 1898. S. and h. of Richard (1865), clerk, of Wood- 
hall Spa, Lines, [and Jessie Maria Taylor]. B. Feb. 25, 1880, 
at Wenhaston, Suffolk. Schools, Marlborough College [and 
Lincoln Grammar]. Matric. Michs. 1898. A fruit farmer in 
California. Died Jan. 26, 1921. [Marlborough Coll. Reg.; 
The Times, Feb. i, 192 1.) 

GATHORNE, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
May 18, 1841. S. of John (1800). B. at Bisley, Gloucs. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1841; B.A. 1845. C. of 
Whittington, Lanes., 1845-S. Died Dec. 27, 1848, in London. 
Father of Richard (next) ; -brother of Henry (1844). {Harrow 
Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 1849, i. 325.) 

GATHORNE, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 8, 1865. 
S. of Richard (above). B. July 21, 1846, at Whittington, 
Lanes. School, Brighton College (Mr Griffith). Matric. 
Michs. 1866; B..^. 1870; M.A. 1874. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 
1871; priest, 1872; C. of Hockerill, Herts., 1871-8. V. of 
Wenhaston, Suffolk, 1879-90. R. of Kirkby-on-Bain, Lines., 
1890-1917. Lived latterly at Hutton Roof vicarage, Kirkby- 
Lonsdale, and The Mount, Dent, Sedbergh, Yorks., 1939-40. 
Died Dec. 30, 1940, aged 94, at Dent. [Brighton Coll. Reg.; 
Crockford; The Times, Jan. 10, 1941.) 

GATLEY, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pembroke, Oct. i, 
1885. S. of Charles Radulph, of Falmouth. B. at Truro. 
Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888. Ord. deacon (Chichester) 
1889; priest, 1890; C. of the Church of the .Annunciation, 
Brighton, 1889-96. C. of St Martin's, Brighton, 1896-1901. 
Lived at Launceston, Tasmania, 1902-3; at Newquay, 
Cornwall, 1904-8, and at Teignmouth, Devon, 1909-10. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1911. (J. T. Rule.) 

GATLIFF, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 6, 
1846. [2nd] s. of Samuel. School, Tonbridge (Judd exhibi- 
tioner). Matric. Michs. 1846; B.A. 1851. Died May 7, 1854, 
aged 25, at Redcar-in-Cleveland. Brother of William G. 
(next). [Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 1854, '■ ''70-) 

GATLIFF, WILLIAM GOODMAN. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 7, 1845. S. and h. of Samuel, merchant, of Stoke 
Newington, Middlesex [and Frances]. B. (here Apr. 11, 1827. 
School, Tonbridge. Matric. Michs. 1845; B.A. 1849. In the 
3rd West Yorks. MiUtia. Died May 26, 1894. Brother of 
Samuel (above). [Tonbridge Sch. Reg.) 

GATLIFFE, JAMES. Adm. sizar at Magdalene, June 25, 1807. 
[Perhaps s. of John, R. of St Mary's, Manchester, 1804-43, 
and Incumbent of St Thomas's, Heaton Norris.] [Man- 
chester Gr. Sch. Reg., 1. 181; 11. 284; Foster, Index Eccles.) 

GATTEY, JOSEPH. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Sidney, Nov. 25, 1822. 
S. and h. of Edward, Esq., of Harefield, Lympstone, Devon. 
B. there Sept. 5, 1803. Schools, Exeter (Dr Lempriere) and 
Ottery (Dr Warren). Matric. Lent, 1823; B.A. 1S27; M.A. 
1832. Ord. deacon, 1828; priest, 1829; C. of Cullompton, 
Devon, -1841-4. C. of Chard, Somerset, 1844-5. Chaplain 
of the County Gaol, Taunton, 1846-52. V. of Harpford, 
Devon, 1852-78-. Married, Dec. 1840, Maria Pratt, and had 
issue. Disappears from Crockford, 1879. Brother of William 
(next). 



Gatty, Reginald Arthur Allix 

GATTEY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Sidney, July 3, 1825. 
4th s. of Edward, Esq., lawyer, of Harefield, Devon. B. 
July 31, 1806, at Exeter. School, Ottery (Dr Warren). 
Matric. Lent, 1826. Brother of Joseph (above). 

GATTIE, EDWARD ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
June 30, 1845. Matric. Michs. 1845; B.A. 1849; M..-^. 1852. 

GATTY, ALBERT AUGUSTUS. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 2, 1876. S. of Frederick .\lbert, merchant [and Sarah 
Mary Ann]. B. Aug. 3, 1858, at Church Kirk, Lanes. Bapt. 
Sept. 16, 1858. Brother of Frederick A. (1874), of Edmund 
P. (1886) and Victor H. (18S3). 

GATTY (post SCOTT-GATTY), ALFRED SCOTT. Adm. pens, at 
Christ's, Sept. 27, 1867. [2nd] s. of Alfred, D.D. (for whom 
see D.N.B.) [and Margaret, dau. of the Rev. Alexander 
Scott, Nelson's chaplain]. B. Apr. 26, 1847, at Ecclesfield, 
Yorks. School, Marlborough College. Matric. Michs. 1867. 
Kept seven terms. Rouge Dragon Pursuivant of .Arms, 1880; 
Y'ork Herald, 1886-1904, and acting Registrar, College of 
.Arms, i899-i904-„ Garter King of .Arms, 1904. Knight of 
Grace of the Order of St John of Jerusalem, 1905. Knighted, 
1904. C.V.O., 1906. K.C.V.O., 1911. Com-poier, Little Songs 
for Little Children; Musical Plays for Children, etc. Of 
Wendover Lodge, Welwyn, Herts., in 1911. Died Dec. 18, 
1918, in London. Brother of Reginald A. (1863). [Marl- 
borough Coll. Reg.; Peile, 11. 602; The Times, Dec. 19, 1918.) 

GATTY, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Nov. 30, 1854. S. of George, of Felbridge Park, E. Grinstead, 
Sussex. B. in London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1855; 
B.A. 1859; M..A. 1862. Presented the Marine Laboratory to 
St Andrews University. LL.D., St Andrews. F.R.S.E. 
Died Dec. 12, 1903, aged 67, at Felbridge Place, East Grin- 
stead. (No information in Eton Sch. Lists; The Times, 
Dec. 16, 1903.) 

GATTY, EDMUND PERCIVAL. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 4, 1886, as Percival Edmund. [Youngest] s. of Frederick 
Albert, manufacturing chemist, of Elmfield Hall, Accrington, 
Lanes, [and Sarah Mary Ann Warton]. B. June 22, 1866, 
at Accrington. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1886; B..A. 
1889, as P. E.; M.A. 1894. Ord. deacon (Chichester) 1891; 
priest, 1892; C. of the Chapel Royal, Brighton, 1891-3. C. of 
Potternewton, Yorks., 1893-5. C. of Biggleswade, Beds., 
1895-8. C. of L. Bowden, Leics., 1899-1900. V. of Offley, 
Herts., 1900-25. Served in the Great War, 1914-19, in 
France, with B.R.C., and with French Red Cross, 1916-17. 
Author, History of Offley and its Church. Lived latterly at 
Downgate, Wadhurst, Sussex, where he died Dec. 30, 1937- 
Brother of Frederick A. (next); of Albert A. '(1876) and of 
Victor H. (1883). [Harrow Sch. Reg.; The Times, Dec. 31, 
1937; Crockford.) 

GATTY, FREDERICK ALFRED. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 23, 1874. Of Lancaster. S. of Frederick Albert, mer- 
chant [and Sarah Mary Ann]. B. at Church Kirk. Bapt. 
Apr. 16, 1856. Matric. Michs. 1874. Lieut., 3rd Batt., Lanes. 
Artillery Volunteers, Jan. 10, 1877. Died Oct. 16, 1927, in 
London. Brother of Edmund P. (above), etc. [Army Lists.) 

GATTY, NICHOLAS COMYN. Adm. pens, at Downing, Aug. i, 
1893. [2nd s. of Reginald .Alfred (next).] B. Sept. 13, 1874- 
Educated privately. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896; 
Mus.B. 1898; Mus'.D. 1927. Studied at Royal College of 
Music under Sir Charles Stanford. Composer, Operas, Duke 
or Devil; Prince Ferelon; The Tempest; Violin Sonata, Odes, 
etc. Died Nov. 10, 1946. Brother of Reginald A. A. (1893). 
[Who's Who, 1942; Who's Who in Music.) ■ 

GATTY, REGINALD ALFRED. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Christ's, 
July 8, 1863. S. of .Alfred, D.D., V. of Ecclesfield, Yorks. [and 
Margaret Gatty; viTiter for children, for whom see D.X.B.]. 
B. there Dec. 4, 1844. Schools, Eton (1856) and Marlborough 
(1858). Matric. Michs. 1863; LL.B. 1867. Ord. deacon 
(York) 1867; priest, 1868; C. of Dunnington, Yorks., 1867-9. 
R. of Bradfleld, 1869-88. R. of Hooton Roberts, 1888-1914. 
Married Florence Emily, dau. of A. D. Vesey, of Willoughby 
Hall, Lines. An authority on microlithic flint implements. 
Died Mar. 9, 1914, at Bradfteld. Father of Nicholas C. 
(above) and of Reginald A. A. (next); brother of Alfred S. 
(1867). [Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Peile, 11. 5/8; Christ's Coll. 
Obits; Crockford; Scott, MSS.; The Times, Mar. 11, 1914; 
P. B. G. Binnall.) 

GATTY, REGINALD ARTHUR ALLIX. Adm. pens, at Downing, 
Aug. I, 1893. S. of Reginald Alfred (above), R. of Hooton 
Roberts, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1897. Studied 
at Gottingen University and afterwards at Berlin. Lector 
in EngUsh at Prague University. Pursued musical studies 
under Dvorak and Novak. Returned to England and became 
a member of the Birmingham Repertory Theatre. Col- 
laborated with his brother Nicholas C. (1893), in composing 
The Tempest. His librettos include Grey Steel, Alfred and the 
Cakes, etc. Died Nov. 6, 1935. (The limes, Nov. 7, 1935) 



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Gatty, Victor Herbert 

GATTY, VICTOR HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June i6, 
1883. [S. of Frederick Albert, Esq., of Elmfield Hall, 
Accrington, Lanes. School, Harrow.] Director of F. A. 
Gatty and Co., khaki makers and exporters, Preston. J. P. 
for Lanes. Of Whiteholme, near Preston. Died Aug. 12, 
1922. Brother of Edmund P. (1886), etc. (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

GATTY, WILLIAM HENRY CARYER. Adm. pens, at Dow.ning, 
Oct. 9, 1879. S. of Robert Henrv [V. of Buckden, Hunts.]. 
B. Sept. 23, 1861. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 
1879; B.A. 1884. A solicitor (not in practice). Of The Manor 
House, Buckden. Died Nov. 11, 1929, at Buckden. [CMrtcr- 
house Sch. Reg.; The Times, Nov. 13, 1929.) 



Gaussen, Herbert Edward 

Pt II, ist Class, 1896); B.A. 1895; M.A. 1899. Also at 
Mansfield College, Oxford. On the staff of the London 
Missionary Society, 1899-1907. Congregational Minister at 
Skipton, Yorks., 1907-20; at Wilmslow, Cheshire, 1920-33-. 
President of Manchester Congregational Board, 1933. {Who's 
Who in Congregationalism.) 

GAUNT, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magdalene, July 21, 
1894. S. of John, of Wispington House, Horncastle. School, 
Cheltenham. Matric. Michs. 1894; Scholar; B.A. 1897; 
M.A. 1908. Ord. deacon (London for Colonies) 1907; priest 
(Mid-China), 1908. g.M.S. Missionary at Taichow, 1908-15; 
at Ningpo, 1916-20; at Hangchow, 1921-9; Professor at 
Central Theological School, Nanking, 1930-7; at Yunnan Fu, 
1937-44. (Crockford.) 



GAUDIN, JOHN DE GRUCHY. Adm. at Clare, Apr. 25, iSgo 
School, Victoria College, Jersey. Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A 
1893; M.A. 1897. Assistant Master at Liverpool Inst., 1894; GAUNT WALTER FREEMANTLE (1887), see FREMANTLE. 
at Carnarvon Co. School, 1894-igoi ; Head Master, 1901-13. 
Assistant Master at Loretto School, 1914-15; at Merchiston 
Castle School, 1915-33. Subsequently adviser to Overseas 
studentsat Edinburgh University. (Schoolmasters' Directories; 
C. J. Fordyce). 



GAUHER-ALI, MOHAMED YAHYA. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 
1895. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Jan. 13, 1S97. S. of 
Mohamed Galiza. B. Mar. 24, 1876, at Patna, India. 
Called to the Bar, Gray's Inn, Nov. 18, 1907. (Law Lists.) 

GAUL, ALFRED ROBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 30, 
1861. B. .^pr. 30, 1837. School, Norwich Cathedral. Mus.B. 
1863. Organist at Fakenham, Norfolk; at St John's, Lady- 
wood, Birmingham; at St Augustine's, Edgbaston. Con- 
ductor of Walsall Philharmonic Society, 1887-. His choral 
works, 'the superficial fluency of which won them a wide 
popularity,' included Hezekiah; Ruth; The Holy City; Joan 
of Arc; The Ten Virgins; Israel in the Wilderness, etc. Died 
Sept. 13, 1913, at Birmingham. Father of Percy C. (1885) 
and Claud A. (1889). (British Musical Biography; Black, 
Dictionary of Music; Grove; Macmillan's Encyclopaedia of 
Music; The Times, Sept. 15, 1913.) 

GAUL, CHARLES ERNEST. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magdalene, 
July 21, 1S85. S. of Frederick WiUiam, of 39, Baxter 
Gate, Doncaster. School, Doncaster. Matric. Michs. 1S85; 
Scholar; B.A. 1888; M..A. 1892. Second .Master of Falmouth 
Grammar School, 1890-3. Ord. deacon (Truro) 1892; priest, 
1893; C. of Falmouth, 1892-3. C. of Crowan, 1893-4. 
.Assistant Diocesan Inspector, Manchester, 1895-6; Diocesan 
Inspector, 1896-1910. R. of St Thomas's, Ardwick, 1910-19. 
V. of Blakesley, Northants., 1919-31. Died Dec. 15, 1931. 
(Crockford; The Guardian, Jan. i, 1932.) 

GAUL, CLAUD ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Dec. 23, 
1889. S. of .A.lfred Robert (1861), of 227, Monument Road, 
Birmingham. B. Apr. 4, 1871, at Birmingham. School, 
King Edward's, Birmingham (Mr Vardy). Matric. Michs. 
1890; Scholar; B..A.. (^th Wrangler) 1893; M.A. 1897. Assist- 
ant Master at Government School, Cairo, for one year; at 
Birkenhead School for three years; at Marlborough College, 
1903-29-. Brother of Percy C. (next). (Schoolmasters' 
Directories.) 

GAUL, PERCY CORY. Mm. pens, at Trinity, Dec. 22, 1885. 
S. and h. of .\Ifred Robert (1861), of Norfolk House, Monu- 
ment Road, Birmingham. B. Oct. 4, 1867, at Birmingham. 
School, King Edward's, Birmingham. Matric. Michs. 1886; 
Barnes Scholar, 1887; B.A. (2nd Wrangler) 1889; (Math. 
Trip., Pt II, ist Class, 1890); M..A.. 1893; .^dams Prize, 1899. 
Fellow and Bursar of Trinity Hall, 1890. Lecturer in 
Mathematics, 1895-1902. Proctor, 1905. Latterly of Hod- 
ford House, Golder's Green, London, where he died Nov. 9, 
1925. Brother of Claud A. (above). (Scott, MSS.; The 
Times, Nov. 11, 1925.) 

GAUNT, JEREMIAH. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, June i, 
1763. Of Staffordshire. Matric. Michs. 1763. Probably 
brother of the next. 

GAUNT, JOHN. .\dm. sizar at Corpus Christi, June 28, 1756. 
Of Staffordshire. B. Nov. 1737. [One of 16 children of John, 
of Rowley-Regis, by Alice Willets.] Matric. Michs. 1756; 
Scholar, 1758; B..\. 1760; M..\. 1767; D.D. 1792. Had a 
share in the playhouse in New Street, Birmingham. Lec- 
turer of St Martin's and a Master at King Edward's School, 
Binningham. R. of Higham-on-the-Hill, Leics., in 1788. 
Married Elizabeth Dyer, grand-daughter of John Dyer, the 
poet. Died Mar. 21, 1797. M.I. in the parish chapel of 
St Marylebone, London. Father of John (next). (C. S. 
James; Misc. Gen. et Her., 3rd S., i. 240.) 

GAUNT, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Clare, June 17, 1790. S. of 
John (above). B. at Bromley Regis, Staffs. Matric. Michs. 
1791; B.A. 1795; M.A. 1800. 

GAUNT, LEWIS HERMON. Adm. at Clare, Mar. 17, 1892. 
[B. 1874, at Bradford.] School, Bradford Grammar. Matric. 
Mchs. 1892; Scholar; (Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1895; 



GAUNTLETT, MAGER FREDERIC. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
lulv 22, 1891. S. of C. A. [Charles .Augustus], of High View, 
bverhill Road, Forest Hill, London. B. Oct. 12, 1873. 
School, Dulwich College. Matric. IVUchs. 1891. Entered the 
I.C.S.,1891. Assistant Magistrate in Bengal, 1893. .Assistant 
Accountant-General, Bengal, 1897. Deputy Accountant, 
N.W. Provinces and Oudh, 1898. Joint Magistrate and 
Collector, 1901. Deputy Acgountant-General, United Pro- 
vinces, 1903; Accountant General, 1905. Officiating Comp- 
troller and Auditor-General, 1912-14. Secretary, Shipyard 
Labour Dept., Admiralty, 1914-17. Comptroller and 
Auditor-General of India, 1917-29. CLE., 1915- C.B.E., 
1918. K.B.E., 1923. K.C.I.E., 1929. Retured, 1929. Finance 
Minister, Patiala State, 1930-6. .\uthor. An Introduction to 
Indian Government Audit. Resident at Dawlish, in 1942. 
(Wlio's Who; KeUy, Handbook; I.C.S. Lists; Dulwich Coll. 
Reg.) 

GAUSDEN, RICHARD RUFUS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity 
Hall, 1877. [Youngest] s. of Charles Henry, Esq., of 
St Leonards-on-Sea. Matric. Michs. 1877; B..\. and LL.B. 
i88r. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 8, 1879. Called to 
the Bar, June 21, 1882. On the South Eastern Circuit. Of 
Newbv Villa, St Leonards-on-Sea, and 3, Plowden Buildings, 
Temple, in 1885. (Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

GAUSSEN, CASAMAIJOR WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 22, 1863. [2nd] s. of Robert WilUam [and Ehzabeth 
Christian, dau. of James A. Casamaijor, Esq.]. B.Jan. 3, 1845, 
at Brookman's Park, Herts. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1864; B..'\. 1868; U.A. 1871. Belonged to a branch of an 
ancient French family which fled on revocation of Edict of 
Nantes : an ancestor was Governor of the Bank of England. 
Of Howlands, Hatfield, Herts. J. P. for Carmarthen, Lines, 
and Herts. Died Apr. 14, 1923. (Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, 
L.G.) 

GAUSSEN, CHARLES EDWARD. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. 10, 1874. S. of Thomas, merchant [and Frances 
■ MacCuUoch]. B. Jan. 2, 1854, in Belfast. Matric. Michs. 1874; 
Exhibitioner; B..\. 1878; M..'^. 1882. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 
1880; priest (Liverpool) 1881; C. of St John's, Bradford, 
1S80-1. C. of St Luke's, Liverpool, 1881-3. C. of St John's, 
Bedminster, Somerset, 1884-91. Chaplain, Seamen's Or- 
phanage, Liverpool, 1891-5. V. of St Mary's, Brighton, 
1895-1905. V. of Nettleden with Potton End, Herts., 
1905-21. Lie. pr., dio. Chichester, 1921-9. Resided latterly 
at Little Grange, Crowborough, where he died Mar. g, 1931- 
(Crockford; The Times, Mar. 11, 1931.) 

GAUSSEN, ERNEST ASH. Adm. sizar at Sidney, Oct. 1, i8gi. 
S. of Edmund James [Trinity College, Dublin], R. of Thorpe- 
Abbots, Norfolk. B. Feb. 23, 1871, at Dungannon, Ireland. 
School, Denstone College (Mr D. Edwardes). Matric. Michs. 
1891; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1898. Assistant Master at Wan^dck 
School, 1894-1900; at Denstone College, igoo-13; at Mer- 
chiston Castle, Edinburgh, 1913-18; at Wolverley School, 
Kidderminster, 1918-33-. Of Diss, Norfolk, in 1933. 
(Denstone Coll. Reg.; Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

GAUSSEN, HERBERT EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Aug. 20, 1883. 3rd s. of Frederick Charles [barrister-at-law] , 
of 53, Eaton Square, London. B. June g, 1865, in London. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886; U.A. i8go. 
One of a little group of men, known as 'Vaughan's Doves,' 
who were prepared for Holv Orders by Dr Vaughan. Ord. 
deacon (York) 1888; priest, i8go; C. of Rotherham, 18SS-90. 
C. of St Mary's, Beverley, 1890-3. V. of St Leonard's, New 
Malton, 1893-1903. V. of St Michael's, New Malton, i8g6- 
igo3. R. of Elvetham, Hants., 1903-19. V. of Wingham, 
Kent, 1919-27. PubHc Preacher, dio. St .'VIbans, 1927-33. V. 
of St Margaret's, Stanstead Abbotts, Herts., ig33-8. ••Author, 
The Evangelists and St Paul; Two Men of Alexandria; 
Thoughts from the First Three Gospels. Died Sept. 4, 1938- 
Brother of William F. A. (1881). (Burke, L.G.; Eton Sch. 
Lists; The Times, Sept. 6 and 15, 1938.) 



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Gaussen, Robert William 

GAUSSEN, ROBERT WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Trinity, July 6, 18^1. S. and h. of Samuel Robert (next). 
B. July 7, 1814, at Brookman's Park, near Hatfield, Herts. 
School, Eton. Matric. .Michs. 1831; B.A. 1836; M.A. 1840. 
Attach^ at the British Legation at Stockholm, 1836-8. 
Married, Aug. 11, 1841, Elizabeth Christian, dau. of James 

A. Casamaijor, Esq. Of Brookinans Park, Herts. D.L. and 
J. P. High Sheriff, 1841. Died Aug. 11, 18S0. Father of 
Casamaijor W. (1863). {Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, L.G.) 

GAUSSEN, SAMUEL ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 5, 
1810. [2nd s. of Samuel Robert, Esq., of Brookman's Park, 
Herts. B. 1788. School, Eton.] Migrated to Emmanuel, 
Oct. 18, 1810. Matric. Michs. i8io. Married, 1813, his 
cousin, Cecilia, dau. of W. Franks, of Woodhill, Herts. Of 
Brookman's Park, Herts. Died 1818. Father of Robert W. 
(above). {Et(m iVA. Lists, which give 'died 1812'; Burke, 
L.G.) 

GAUSSEN, WILLIAM FREDERICK ARMYTAGE. Adm. pens, 
(age 19) at Pembroke, Oct. 6, 1881. [2nd] s. of Frederick 
Charles, lawyer, deceased, of Chester Square, London. 

B. there Jan. 9, 1863. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1881; 
B.A. 1884. 'In all his svnipathies he was thoroughly 
cosmopoHtan, there being little of the Anglo-Saxon in his 
character.' Travelled in Russia and translated several Russian 
novels; corresponded with Tolstoi. Helped to found the 
English relief committee during the Russian famine of 1891. 
Died unmarried .A.pr. 28, 1893, at Bournemouth. Brother 
of Herbert E. (1883). (Memorials of a short life, ed. G. F. 
Browne; Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, L.G.; Eton Coll. Reg.; 
Boose, v. 391, which gives ' ist s.'; The Times, May 3, 1893.) 

GAUVAIN, HENRY JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 16, 
1899. [2nd] s. of William [H.M. Receiver-General], of 
Alderney, Channel Islands [and Catherine Margaret Le Ber]. 
B. there Nov. 28, 1878. Schools, Trowbridge, High (Mr 
Jackson) and King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 1899; 
B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1902; M.A. 1906; B.C. 
1908; M.D. 1918. At St Bartholomew's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; 
L.R.C.P., 1906. F.R.C.S., 1927. M.D., Melbourne (Hon. 
causa) 1935. Medical Supt. and Founder of Lord Mayor 
Treloar's Cripples' Hospital at .\lton, Hants., and at Hayling 
Island, 1908-45. Knighted, 1920. J. P. for Hants. Com- 
mander of Order of St John of Jerusalem. Author, medical. 
Of Alton Park, Hants., in 1943. Died Jan. 19, 1945. 
(Who's Who; Medical Directories; Burke, P. and B.; Scott, 
MSS.; Kelly, Handbook, 1942; The Times, Jan. 20, 1945. 

GAWAN-TAYLOR, HENRY, 1878, see TAYLOR, HENRY 
GAWAN. 

GAWEN, EDWARD BRIAN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Oct. I, 1880. S. of Edward, Esq. [Speaker of the House of 
Keys, Isle of Man]. B. at Almorah, India. School, Eton. 
(Eton Sch. Lists; F. Brittain.) 

GAWEN, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Oct. 10, 1839. 
Matric. Michs. 1839; Scholar, 1841; B.A. 1844; M.A. 1847. 

GAWTHERN, FRANCIS THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 22) at 
Jesus, Dec. 13, 1865. S. of Francis Seckar [Seeker], clerk. 

B. at Hastings. School, King's, Canterbury. Matric. Lent, 
1866; B.A. 1870; M.A. 1873. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1871; 
priest, 1872; C. of Mansfield Woodhouse, Notts., 1871-3. 

C. of Hingham, Norfolk, 1874-5. C. of Brighton, 1876-8. 
R. of ,'Mboume, Sussex, 1878-1916-. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1917. Brother of John C. (next). 

GAWTHERN, JOHN CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Mar. 21, 
1865, from St Edmund Hall, Oxford, whence he had matric. 
Jan. 24, 1863, age 18. [2nd s. of Francis Seeker, clerk, of 
Pickhurst Manor, Chiddingfold, Surrey.] B. Mar. 2, 1844. 
School, Lancing. Returned to Oxford;' B.A. (Oxford) 1869; 
M.A. (Oxford) 1876. Ord. deacon (Southwell) 1888; priest, 
1890; C. of E. Bridgford, Notts., 1888-92. Master and 
Chaplain of Jesus Hospital, Bray, Berks., 1892-1913. C. of 
St Mark's, Maidenhead, 1900-7 and igii-13. V. of Edston, 
Yorks., 1913-18. Lived latterly at Sheringham, Norfolk. 
Died Mar. 2, 1925. Brother of Francis T. (above). (Lancing 
Coll. Reg.; Al.Oxon.) 

GAWTHROP or GAWTHORPE, THOMAS HOLDEN. Adm. 
sizar at St John's, Nov. 8, 1786. Of Yorkshire. S. of 
William (next), V. of Sedbergh [and Ann]. B. there June 5, 
1768. School, Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 17S7; Scholar, 1790; 
B.A. 1791; M.A. 1794; B.D. 1802. Fellow, 1793-1817. 
Steward, 1812-15. R. of Marston Morteyne, Beds., 1815-36 
(as Gawthorpe). Married (i) 1816, Mary Gillett; (2) Mar. 5, 
1818, Sarah Basford, and had issue. Died Nov. 2, 1836. 
(St John's Coll. Adm. iv. 265; Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; Foster, 
Index Eccles.) 

GAWTHROP or GAWTHROPP, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at 
Corpus Christi, May 10, 1753. S. of William, of Sedbergh, 
Yorks. School, Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 1753. Migrated 



Gay, Thomas Rivers 

(age 21) to Trinity, Mar. 18, 1756; Scholar, 1756; B.A. i757; 
M.A. 1760. Fellow of Trinity, 1758. Ord. deacon (Ely) 
May 21, 1758; priest, Mar. 2, 1760. V. of Sedbergh, 1766-98 . 
Died Jan. 2, 1798, aged 63. Father of Thomas H. (1786). 
(Sedbergh Sch. Reg. (Gawthropp).) 

GAY, ALFRED HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
.\ug. 27, 1853. S. of George, of Bedwell Park, Herts. B. in 
London. School, Clapham, London (Mr Pritchard). Matric. 
Michs. 1854; B.A. 1858; M.A. 1861. Ord. deacon (Canter- 
bury) 1859; priest, i860; C. of Christ Church, Folkestone, 
1S59-64. C. of St Nicolas, Guildford, 1864-8. C. of Bar- 
ningham, Suffolk, 1868-70. C. of Isfield, Sussex, 1871. R. of 
Plaitford, Wilts., 1871-98. Diocesan Inspector of Schools, 
Salisbury, 1890-8. R. of Worting, Hants., 1898-1911. Lived 
latterly at Albury, Guildford, where he died Aug. 23, 1919. 
Father of Leslie H. (1889); brother of George M. (1853). 
(Cant. Act Bk.; The Guardian, Sept. 4, 1919.) 

GAY, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 2, 1885. S. of 
George Moseley (next), clerk, of The Hopleys, Bury, Suffolk. 
B. Feb. 1, 1867, in London. School, Haileybury. Matric. 
Michs., 1885. (Haileybury Coll. Reg.) 

GAY, GEORGE MOSELEY. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Trinity, 
June 3, 1853. S. [and h.] of George, of Bedwell Park, Herts. 
B. there. School, Tonbridge. Matric. Michs. 1853; B.A. 
1857; M..^. i860. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1856; priest, 
1859; C. of Trinity Church, Tunbridge Wells, 1856. C. of 
Ingham, Suffolk, 1872-82. Married, 1862, Charlotte Marian, 
dau. of Sir John Key, Bart. Lived latterly at 34, De Vere 
Gardens, Kensington, where he died Mar. 13, 1908. Father 
of George (above); brother of Alfred H. (1853). (Tonbridge 
Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Cant. Act Bk.; The Times, Mar. 14, 
1908; C. R. Hudleston.) 

GAY, JAMES. .\dm. sizar (age 16) at Sidney, Aug. 24, 1752. 
S. and h. of John (1717), V. of Wilshamstead, Beds. B. there. 
School, Bampton (Mr Wood). Matric. Michs. 1752; Scholar, 
1757; B..-\. 1757. V. of Coleridge, Devon, 1763-94. 

GAY, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Sidney, June 15, 1762. 
S. and h. of Nicholas (1718), V. of Newton St Cyres, Devon. 
B. there. Schools, South Molton and Ottery St Mary (Mr J. 
Cohidge). Matric. Lent, 1763. 

GAY, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magdalene, May 16, 1844. 
[2nd] s. of James, Esq., of Thurning Hall, Norfolk. B. 
June 6, 1826. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1845; B.A. 
1849; M.A. 1852. Capt., 2nd Norfolk MiUtia. J. P. for Nor- 
folk and Cambs. D.L. for Norfolk. Died Apr. 2, 1866. (Eton 
Sch. Lists, which give 's. and h.' and 'died 1863'; Burke, 
L.G.; G. Mag., 1866, i. 763.) 

GAY, JOHN JOHNSON. Adm. pens, at Caius, Nov. 30, 1799 
S. and h. of John, of Aldborough, Norfolk [and Frances, dau 
and heiress of Richard Johnson, merchant, of Cley-next-the 
Sea]. B. there Mar. 25, 1782. School, Hackney (Mr New 
come). Matric. Michs. 1800; Scholar, 1800-5; B.A. 1804 
Of Aldborough. J.P. andD.L. Married,^ug. 8, 1S05, Martha, 
dau. of J. Covert, Esq., and had issue. Died Jan. 5, 1852 
M.I. at Aldborough. (Venn, 11. 135; Burke, Z-.G., 1871.) 

GAY, JOHN JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 18, 1890. 
S. of John. B. Feb. 17, 1868, at Exeter. Schools, St Sid- 
well's, Exeter and Exeter Training College. Matric. Easter, 
1890; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1910. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1899; 
priest (Crediton) 1900; C. of Downe St Mary, Devon, 1899- 
1901. Chaplain, R.N.; H.M.S. Arrogant, 1901-2; Cleopatra, 
1902-4; Diana, 1904-6; Sutlej, 1906-7; Cressy, 1907-8; 
Impregnable, 1908-9; at Royal Naval College , Osborne, 
1909-14; Iron Duke, 1914-16; at Dartmouth, 1917-20; 
R.M. Barracks, Chatham, 1920-2; H.M. Dockyard, Chatham, 
192 1-2. R. of Beckingham with Fenton and Stragglethorpe, 
Lines., 1922-47-. Brother of William H. (1895). (Pcile, 11. 
759; Christ's Coll. Notes; Crockford; Univ. War List.) 

GAY, LESLIE HEWITT. Adm. at Clare, June 15, 1889. [S. of 
Alfred Henry (1853), R. of Plaitford, Wilts. B. May 24, 
1871. Schools, Marlborough College (Jan. 1885) and Brighton 
College (1887).] Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1893. Football 
(assoc.) 'blue,' 1892; cricket 'blue,' 1892, 1893. Played 
cricket and association football for England. Served in the 
Great War (Capt., South Lanes. Regt.; Major, R. Defence 
Corps, 1917). Of Budleigh Salterton, Devon, in 1936. 
(Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Brighton Coll. Reg.; Univ. War 
List.) 

GAY, PHILIP. .A.dm. at Clare, Jan. 1880. Matric. Lent, 1880; 
B.A. 1883. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, June i8, 1890. 
Of Granville House, Arundel Street, Strand, London, in 
1900. (Law Lists.) 

GAY (or RIVERS-GAY), THOMAS RIVERS (1788), see RIVERS. 



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Gay, William 

GAY, WILLIAM. Adin. pens, (age 17) at Caius, June 31, 1787. 
S. of John, of Norwich. B. at Aldborough, Norfolk. School, 
Norwich (Dr Parr, Mr Foster). Scholar, 1787-93; matnc. 
Michs. 1788; B.A. 1792. Died Sept. i793- at Aylsham. 
(Venn, u. 115.) 

GAY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, June 22, 1819. 
Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1819; B.A. 1823; M.A. 1826. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) Oct. 5, 1823; priest (London) May 21, 
1826. R. of Bidborough, Kent, 1830-46. Died Nov. 11, 
1846, at Camberwell. {Cant. Act Bk.\ G. Mag., 1847, 1. 100; 
Foster, Index Eccles.) 

GAY, WILLIAM HAYNE. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 25, 
1895. S. of John. B. Dec. 9, 1872, at Exeter. Schools, 
Vickery's, near Exeter, and private. Matric. Michs. 1895; 
B.A. 1898; M.A. 1902. Ord. deacon, 1899; priest (Win- 
chester) 1900; C. of Weybridge, Surrey, 1899-1902. Chaplain 
to the Gordon Boys' Home, Woking, 1903-7. Honorary 
Diocesan Inspector,' dio. of Winchester, 1907-15. Secretary, 
Dio. Fund, 1915-21. Dio. Missioner, 1919-21. V. of Christ- 
church, Hants., 1921-45. Brother of John J. (1890). 
(Peile, II. 798; Christ's Coll. Notes; Crockford.) 

GAYE, ARTHUR STRETTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 
1900. [Younger] s. of Arthur, of View Point, Ealing Common, 
Middlesex. B. May 22, 1881, at Ealing. School, Westminster. 
Matric. Michs. 1900; Scholar, 1901; (Class. Trip., Pt I, ist 
Class, 1902); B.A. 1903; M.A. 1907. Called to the Bar, 
Lincoln's Inn, May 9, 1906. On the Western Circuit. En- 
tered the Civil Service. In the Board of Education, 1909. 
Private Secretary to President of Board of Agriculture and 
Fisheries, 191 2-15. Served in the Great War (Major, R..-\.S.C.; 
mentioned twice in despatches; Lieut. -Col., employed 
Ministry of Munitions). Director of Flax Production, 1919. 
Secretary, Woods, Forests, and Land Revenues, 1922. 
Permanent Commissioner and Secretary, 1924. Com- 
missioner of Crown Lands, 1925-34. O.B.E., 1919. C.B., 
1928. K.B., 1941. Author, an edition of Bacon's Essays. 
Of Fanners, Wivelsfield Green, Sussex, in 1944. Brother of 
Russell K. (1896). {Record of Old Westminsters; Law Lists; 
Who's Who; Scott, MSS.; Kelly, Handbook, 1942; Who's 
Who in Australia, 1938.) 

GAYE, CHARLES HICKS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 6, 
182 1. Of Bedfordshire. [S. of Charles S., surgeon, and 
Anne. School, Baldock. Matric. Michs. 1821; B'.A. 1825; 
M.A. 1830. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) June 14, 1829; priest, 
June 5, 1830; C. of Thornhaugh, Northants., 1829-31. C. of 
Christ Church, Blackfriars, 1831-3. C. of St James's, West- 
minster, 1833-6. C. of Archbishop Tenison's Chapel, St 
James's, Westminster, 1836-48. R. of St Matthew's, Ipswich, 
1848-75. V. of Swilland, 1875-82. Married (i) Frances 
EUzabeth, dau. of Thomas Shuttleworth; (2) Jane Trimmer; 
(3) Elizabeth Shuttleworth. .Author, Irish Famine; The 
General Fast; Equality; Sermons, etc. Died Jan. 16, 1882. 
{Crockford; NorthatUs. Clergy; Proceedings of the Suffolk Inst. 
of Archaeology and Natural History, vii. 148, 187-8.) 

GAYE, ROBERT EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 19, 
1872, from London University. B. in London. Matric. 
Lent, 1873. Migrated to Downing, Apr. 27, 1876; B.A. 1878; 
M.A. 18S1. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1877; priest, 1878; 
C. of Boughton-Monchelsea, Kent, 1S77-9. C. of Harwich, 
1879-81. C. of Buxton, Norfolk, 1881-2. R. of Skeyton, 
1882-1936. Living at Skeyton rectory, in 1947. {Crockford; 
Peile, II. 626.) 

GAYE, RUSSELL KERR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 30, 
1896. S. of Arthur, of View Point, Ealing Common, 
Middlasex. B. Nov. 14, 1877, at Acton, Middlesex. School, 
Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1S96; Scholar, 1897; Porson 
Prize, 1898 and 1900; Browne Medal, 1899; 2nd Chan- 
ceUor's Medal, 1900; B.A. (Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1898) 
1900; (Pt II, ist Class, 1900); M.A. 1903. Fellow, 1901. 
Committed suicide in College, Apr. 11, 1909. Brother of 
Arthur S. (1900). {The Times, Apr. 13 and 15, 1909.) 

GAYER, ARTHUR CECIL STOPFORD. Adm. pens, at Em- 
manuel, Jan. 25, 1876. [Youngest s. of Arthur Edward, 
Q.C. (for whom see D.N.B.), of Killiney, Dublin. B. Aug. 26, 
1856.] School, Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1876; Scholar; 
B.A. 1880; M.A. 1883. Ord. deacon (St Albans) 1884; 
priest, 1885 ; C. of Rovston, Herts., 18S4-9. C. of St Margaret- 
next-Rochester, 1889-92. C. of Gravesend, 1892-9. V. of 
Chart-Sutton, 1899-1912. V. of Lamberhurst, 1912-14. 
Died Dec. 16, 1914. {Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Crockford; 
Scott, MSS.; The Times, Dec. 18, 1914-) 

GAYNER, FRANCIS. Adm. at King's, Oct. 9, 1895. [2nd] s. of 
Robert Hevdon [J. P., of Beech Holm, Sunderland]. School, 
private. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, 
ist Class) 1898; M.A. 1905; M.B. and B.C. 1907. At the 
London Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1905- Medical 
Officer, London Hospital Annexe, Reigate. Hon. Physician, 



Geare, Reginald 

Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge. Of Old Linkfield, 
Redhill, Surrey, where he died Nov. 23, 1933. (Scott, MSS.; 
King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Medical Directories; The Times, 
Nov. 24, 1933.) 

GAYTON, CARTERET RAWLINS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 8, 1829. [3rd s. of Carteret Rawlins. B. Sept. 7, 1810. 
School, Felsted.] Matric. Michs. 1829. No profession. Died 
.\pr. 26, i860, at Radwinter, Essex. {Felsted Sch. Reg.) 

GAZE, EDWIN HOWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 25, 
1900. S. of Edwin Robert, warehouseman [died Jan. 29, 
1889, and Helen Knight]. B. May 2, 1882, at Islington, 
London. School, Paston Grammar, North Walsham, Nor- 
folk (Rev. H. Wimble). Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903. 

GAZE, GEOFFREY ATKINSON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Aug. II, 1900. S. of William Geoffrey, solicitor, of 
Whittlesey, Cambs. [and Margaret Kate Atkinson]. B. 
July 19, 1881, at Norwich. Schools, King Edward VI, Norwich 
(Mr T. R. Pinder), and Oundle (Mr Sanderson). Matric. 
Michs. 1900. Served in the Great War (Capt., London Regt. 
(Ci\-il Service Rifles); killed in action Sept. 15, 1916. {Univ. 
War List.) 

GAZELEY, ROBERT COURT. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 30, 
1833. S. of Robert. B. Jan. 13, 1813, in Essex. School, 
Merchant Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 1833; B.A. 1837; M.A. 
1841. Adm. ad eundem at Oxford, May 10, 1850. Ord. deacon 
(Oxford) 1837; priest, 1838; C. of Caversham, O.xon., 1837- 
44. C. of East Garston, Berks., 1844-50. R. of Wa\-ford, 
Somerset, 1857-80. Lie. pr., dio. Bath and Wells, 1891-1900. 
Married Augusta Ellen, dau. of J. Alexander, Esq., of 
Newbury and Upavon, and had issue ,an only son., Robert 
Court. Lived latterly at 9, Henrietta Street, Bath, where he 
died Nov. 26, 1900, aged 87. {Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; 
Peile, II. 448; Scott, MSS.; Al. Oxon.; Crockford; The Times, 
Nov. 28, 1900.) 

GEACH, ROBERT GICHARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 15, 
1857. S. of Charles [M.P.], of Brandesbury [Brondesbury] 
Park, Willesden, Middlesex. B. Feb. 21, 1840, at Birming- 
ham. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1858; LL.B. 1862. 
Died Nov. 22, 1901. {Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

GEAKE, CHARLES. Adm. at Clare, Mar. 27, 1886. [S. and h. 
of Joseph Ford, of Launceston, Cornwall. B. May 7, 1867.] 
School, Dunheved CoUege, Launceston. Matric. Michs. 1886; 
Scholar; B.A. {S.th Wrangler; Math. Trip., Pt 11, ist Class, 
1890) 1889; M.A. 1893. Fellow, 1891. Editor of The Granta, 
1890-2. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 26, 1894. 
.\ frequent contributor to Punch, 1891-6. Member of 
editorial staff of Westminster Gazette, 1896-1919. Editor, 
Liberal Magazine, Liberal Monthly and Liberal Year Book, 
1894-1919. Joint author, John Bull's Adventures in the 
Fiscal Wonderland; editor. Appreciations and Addresses by 
Lord Rosebery. Died Apr. 29, 1919, at Campden Hill. (Who 
was Who, 1916-28; Law Lists; Scott, MSS.; The Times, 
Apr. 30, 1919.) 

GEARE, The Rev. EDWARD. M.A. i860, incorp. from Exeter 
College, Oxford, whence he had matric. Mar. 4, 1831, age 17. 
3rd s. of John, of Exeter. Exhibitioner; B.A. (Oxford) 1835; 
M.A. (Oxford) 1838. Ord deacon (Peterb.) 1838; priest 
(Oxford) 1839; C. of Stanford-in-the-Vale, Berks., 1838-45. 
C. of Abingdon, 1845-9. C. of Woodstock, Oxon., 1849-60-. 
Reader of St Nicholas, Abingdon, 1855-61. V. of St George's, 
Wolverhampton, 1872-88. V. of Pelsall, Staffs., 1879-80. 
Lived latterly at Exeter. Author, reUgious. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1903. Father of the next and of Reginald (i866). 
(Al. Oxon.; Clergy List.; P. E. ToweU.) 

GEARE, EDWARD ARUNDEL. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. II, 1861. S. and h. of Edward (above), clerk [and Anne 
Jane]. B. [Oct. 3, 1844], at Stanford-in-the-Vale, Berks. 
Matric. Michs. 1861; B.A. 1865. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Jan. 26, 1867. Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 1869. On the 
Oxford Circuit. Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer. Of 
5, New Court, Carey Street, London, W., in 1885. Died 
Nov. 18, 1896, from being scalded in his bath. Brother of 
the next. (The Globe, Nov. 21, 1896; Foster, Men at the Bar; 
Law Lists; The Times, Nov. 20, 1896.) 

GEARE, REGINALD. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Sept. 7, 
1866. [3rd] s. of Edward (i860), V. of Wolverhampton. 
B. 1847, at Stanford-in-the-Vale, Berks. [School, Derby.] 
Matric. Michs. 1866; B..^. 1876. Assistant Master at King's 
College School, London. Lecturer on English Language and 
Literature, and Fellow of King's College, London. Head 
Master of Bishop's Stortford School in 1903. Died Feb. 14, 
1926, at Wallington, Surrey. Brother of the above. (Scott, 
A/SS.; Derby Sch. Reg.; Schoolmasters' Directories.) 



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Geary, Arthur Bernard 

GEARY, ARTHUR BERNARD. Adin. at King's, Oct. i, 1897. 
rS. of Henrv (1857), V. of St Thomas's, Portman Square, 
London. B'. Sept. 3, 1878. School, Merchant Taylors'.] 
Matric. Michs. 1897; Exhibitioner; B.A. 1900; M..^. 1922. 
Interpreter in the Turkish Dominions. Vice-Consul and 
-Acting Consul in Constantinople, Annenia, Dardanelles, 
Basra, Monastir and Alexandria, 1905-16. Served in the 
Great War (Staff Capt., Special List; G.H.Q. Mesopotamia 
and Egypt, 1916-17). Acting Consul-Gencral, Alexandria, 
1918-19. Consul at Cairo, 1919-20; retired, 1922. Of 
34, Rectorv Road, London, N., in 1939. Brother of Henry E. 
(1890). (Merchant Tavlors' Sch. Reg.; King's Coll. Adm. 
Reg.; Vniv. War List.) 

GEARY, FREDERICK. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1874. 

GEARY, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Feb. 23, 
1827. S. of Thomas. B. at Dulvvich, London. School, 
London (Mr Wright). Matric. Michs. 1827; B.A. (2<ith 
Wrangler) 1831; M.A. 1834. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1832; 
priest, 1833; C. of All Saints' with St Mildred, Canterbury, 
1832. P.C. of Christ Church, Heme Bay, 1841. Died Nov. 11, 

1841, aged 33, at Camberwell. Father of the next. (G.Mag., 

1842, I. Ill; Cant. Act Bk.; Clergy List.) 

GEARY, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, June 26, 
iSs7. Of Canterbury. [S. of Henry (above).] Matric. Michs. 
1857; Scholar, 1858; B.A. 1861; M.A. 1864. President of the 
Union, i860. Ord. deacon (London) 1861; priest, 1862; C. of 
All Saints', Dalston, 1862-3. C. of St James's, Piccadilly, 
1863-4. P-C. of Heme Bay, 1864-74. A Six Preacher at 
Canterbury, 1869. V. of St Thomas's, Portman Square, 
1874-91. Author, The Doctrine of Holy Communion; The 
World's Opinion of the Church's Message. Died Jan. 26, 1891, 
aged 52. Fatherof Arthur B. (1897) and of the next. {Crock- 
ford; The Guardian, Jan. 28, 1891.) 

GEARY, HENRY ERNEST. Adm. at King's, .A.pr. 3, 1S90. 
[S. of Henrv (above), V. of St Thomas's, Portman Square. 
School, Merchant Taylors'.] Matric. Easter, 1890; Choral 
Scholar; B.A. 1893. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1894; C. of 
Stoke-next-Guildford, Surrey, 1894-5. Went to Ceylon, 1897, 
as a tea planter, combining mission work with tea planting. 
Li\'ed latterly at HerneBav. Died Sept. 27, 1900, at Dover. 
Brother of Arthur B. (1897). {King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; 
Ridley Hall List ; Crockford.) 

GEAVES, RICHARD LYON. Adm. (age 18) at Caius, Oct. i, 
1872. S. of Richard, gent., of Lee, Kent. B. in Mexico. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1872. Resided four terms. 
Football (assoc.) 'blue,' 1874. Played association football 
for Scotland r. England, 1875. Joined 14th Regt. (Prince of 
Wales's Own Yorks. Regt.), 1875; served in .Afghan War, 
1879-80; retired as Capt., 18S1. Of The Manor House, 
Yateley, Hants., where he died Mar. 21, 1935, aged 80. 
{Harrou' Sch. Reg.; Venn, 11. 403; The Times, Mar. 23, I935-) 

GEDDES, ALEXANDER. Adm. sizar at St John's, May 13, 
1846. S. of Alexander James, Esq., of Eccleston Street, 
London [and Mary Croft]. B. Sept. 10, 1827, in the parish 
of St George's, Hanover Square. School, King's College, 
London (Mr T. G. Hall). Migrated to Peterhouse, Oct. 16, 
1846. Matric. Michs. 1846; sizar and chapel clerk; Scholar, 
1847; Prizeman; B.A. 1850; M.A. 1854. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) 1854; priest, 1856; C. of Owmby and Cammering-' 
ham, 1854-g. C. of Louth, 1859. C. of Ropsley, 1859-65. 
C. of Barkstone, 1866-8. Married Agnes, dau. of Walter 
Forrester, Esq., of Douglas, Isle of Man. Died Dec. 27, 1868, 
at Barkstone rectory.' (Scott, MSS.; Crockford; T. A. 
Walker, 490.) 

GEDDES, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 30) at Pembroke, Jan. i, 
1887. S. of William, merchant, of Liverpool. B. at Waver- 
tree. Matric. Lent, 18S7. 

GEDGE, ARTHUR AUGUSTUS LYNN. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Pembroke, Oct. 5, 1876. Eldest s. of the Rev. .Augustus 
(next). B. [Oct. S, 1856] at Ludborough, Lines. Matric. 
Michs. 1876; B.A. 18S0; M.A. 1899. Ord. deacon (Chichester) 
1883; priest, 18S4; C. of St Nicholas, Brighton, 1883-5. 
Chaplain of the Forces at Aldershot, 1885-9; at Winchester, 
1889-91; at Gibraltar, 1891-4; in Egypt, 1894; in Natal, 
1899-1900 (mentioned in despatches); at Malta, 1903-7; 
at home, 1907-14; at Fulwood, 1909-16. R. of EarlStonham, 
Suffolk, 1917-39. Lived at Stonham-Aspal, 1939-43. Died 
Aug. 30, 1943. Brother of Edward C. (1880). {Crockford; 
Army Lists; Univ. War List.) 

GEDGE, AUGUSTUS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 13, 1846. 
S. of Joseph (1S15), V. of Humberston, Lines. [B. June 15, 
1827.] School, Oakham (Dr Doncaster). Matric. Michs. 
1846; B..A. 1851; M.A. 1S60. Ord. deacon (Carlisle) 1852; 
priest, 1853; C. of Bassenthwaite, Cmnberlaud, 1852. C. of 
St John-in-the-Vale, near Keswick, 1853-5. C. of Keswick, 
1854. R. of Ludborough, Lines., 1854-1909. V. of Waith, 
1899-1903. Hon. Canon of Peterborough, 1900-9. Married 
Lucy Fakenham. Inventor of Gedge's ' Ludborough hygienic 



Gedge, John Denny 

milking pail,' 1893. Died Sept. iS, 1909, at Ludborough. 

Father of Edward C. (1880) and Arthur A. L. (1876). 
(Scott, MSS.; Peile, 11. 497; Crockford; Christ's Coll. Obits. 

(Augustine) ; The Times, Sept. 20, 1909.) 
GEDGE, CECIL BERTIE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 12, 1885. 

S. of Svdney (1849), of Mitcham Hall, Surrey. B. there 

[Feb. 20], 1866. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 

1888. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, June 10, 1891. On 

the South Eastern Circuit. Of 3, Elm Court, Temple, B.C. 

Served in the Great War (2nd Lieut., London Regt..(R. 

Fusiliers)); killed in action, Sept. 25, 1915. Brother of 

Leslie L. (1888). (Law Lists; Eton Sch. Lists; Univ. War 

List; Scott, MSS.; The Times, Oct. 2, 1915.) 
GEDGE, CHARLES JOHNSON. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Trinity, 

Feb. II, 1853. S. and h. of Johnson, proprietor of the Bury 

Post. B. Aug. 1834, at Burv St Edmunds, Suffolk. School, 

Bury (Dr Donaldson). Matric. Michs. 1853; B.A. 1858. 

Succeeded his father as ow^ner and editor of the Bury Post. 

Went to America; living at Oakland, California, in 1908. 

Brother of John D. (1855), the next, and Joseph (1864). 

Bury Sch. Reg.) 

GEDGE, EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Cl.^^re, Oct. 15, 1867. [6th s. 
of Johnson, deceased, proprietor and editor of the Bury Post, 
Bury St Edmunds.] Matric. Michs. 1867; Scholar; B.A. 1871 ; 
M.A. 1876. Ord. deacon (Salisbury-) 1873; priest, 1874; C. of 
Cranborne, Dorset, 1873-5. .Assistant Master at Dulwich 
College, 1875-6. Warden of Bishop's College, Maritzburg, 
S. Africa, 1876-7. C. of Coleford, Gloucs., 1877-9. C. of 
Charlton Kings, 1879-81. V. of Aldsworth, 1881-8. V. of 
Cleeton St Mary, Salop, 1888-98. V. of Marden, Heref., 
1898-1913. Penn. to off. dio. Southwark, 1927-9. Lived 
latterly at Lewisham. Died June i, 1929, aged 80, at Black- 
heath. Brother of the above, of John D. (1855) and Joseph 
(1864). (Bury Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Scott, MSS.; The Times, 
June 3, 1929.) 

GEDGE, EDWARD CYRIL. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pembroke, 
Oct. II, 1880. S. of Augustus (1846), R. of Ludborough, 
Lines. B. there [Sept. i, 1861.] [School, Kings', Ely.] 
Matric. Michs. 1880; B..A. 1884. Served, during the Great 
War, as acting Paynnaster, Army Pay Corps, at Preston. On 
the Glasgow Stock Exchange. Died May ii, 1936, at 
Mitcham.' Brother of Arthur A. L. (1876). {Kings' Sch., Ely, 
Reg.; The Times, May 12, 1936.) 

GEDGE, HENRY ERSKINE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, 
Mar. 26, 1852. [4th] s. of Sydney (1820), clerk. Master at 
Birmingham School. B. at North Runcton, Norfolk. School, 
Bimiingham. Matric. Easter, 1852; Scholar, 1853-6; Prize- 
man, 1853; (Theol. Exam., ist Class, 1857); B.A. 1856; 
Carus Prize, 1S56; Scholefield Prize, 1857; M.A. 1865. Ord. 
deacon (Lichfield) 1857; priest, 1S57; C. of Brewood, Staffs., 
1857-60. C. of Blatherwick, Northants., 1864. C. of Melton 
Mowbray, Leics., 1866-7. C. of Barrowden, Rutland, 
1867-71. V. of Bri.xworth, Northants., 1873-81. R. of Peper 
Harow, Surrey, 1884-5. Chaplain at Pallanza, 1881-4; at 
San Remo, 1885; at Grasse, 1886-1901. Lived latterly at 
Sunnvcroft, Wells, Somerset, where he died Mar. 19, 1913, 
aged 80. Brother of Sydney (1849), William W. (1853) and 
the next. (Venn, 11.308; Crockford; Northants. Clergy; The 
Times, Mar. 24, 1913.) 

GEDGE, HUGH SOMERVILLE. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 10, 
1862. [Youngest] s. of Sydney (1S20) [V. of All Saints', 
Northampton]. [B. Oct. 24, 1844], at Birmingham. [Schools, 
King Edward's, Birmingham and Marlborough College.] 
Matric. Michs. 1862. Migrated to St Catharine's, Feb. 2, 
1863; Scholar; B.A. 1866; Carus Prize, 1867; M.A. 1873- 
Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1868; priest, 1869; C. of St Peter's, 
Sowerbv, Yorks., 1868-71. C. (to his father) at .All Saints', 
Northampton, 1871-7. P.C. of St Paul's, Northampton, 
1877-S1. V. of All Saints', Leicester, 18S2-91. R. of Ayle- 
stone, Leics., 1891-1912. Hon. Canon of Peterborough, 1900- 
23. Proctor in Convocation, 1906-16. Suffered severe injuries 
in a railway accident at Wellingborough, 1898, the effects 
lasting for the rest of his life; gave the substantial sum 
received as compensation to the building of a new church 
of St Augustine, Leicester. Author, religious. Resided 



Clergy; Who was Who; Marlborough Coll. Reg.; The Times, 
Apr. 12, 1923.) 
GEDGE, JOHN DENNY. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Jan. 24, 1855. 
[2nd s. of Johnson, proprietor and editor of the Bury Post.] 
Schools [Bury St Edmunds and] Westminster. Did not 
reside. Migrated to Magdalen Hall, Oxford and matric. there, 
Oct. 15, 1856, age 19; Exhibitioner; B.A. (Oxford) 1859. 
Ord. deacon (Chester) 1863; priest, 1864; C. of Rainford, 
Lanes., 1863-4. C. of St Mark's, Hilgay, Norfolk, 1864-6. 
C. of Mendlesham, Suffolk, 1866-8. C. of Mildenhall, 1868-73. 
V. of Methwold, Norfolk, 1873-1902. R. of Coston, Leics., 

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Gedge, John Wycliffe 

1902-9. Lived latterly at the rectory, Gravesend. Dis- 
appears from Crockford, 1921. Author, History of a Village 
Community in the Eastern Counties. Brother of Charles J. 
(1853), etc. {Bury Sch. Reg.; Al. Oxon.; not in Records 
of Old Westminsters.) 

GEDGE, JOHN WYCLIFFE. Adm. sub-sizar (age 19) at Trinity, 
Feb. 24, 1855. [2nd] s. of Sydney (1820), clerk, of Bir- 
mingham. B. there. School, King Edward's, Birmingham 
• (Mr Gifford). Matric. Michs. 1855; B.A. 1859; M.A. 1872. 
Ord. deacon (London) 1859; priest, i860; C. of Holy Trinity, 
Cheltenham, 1859. Principal of Otaki Training College, N.Z., 
1860-2. Chaplain of Refuge for the Destitute, Dalston, 
N. London, 1862-5; of Home and Colonial Training College, 
Gray's Inn Road, 1865-8. C. of St Lawrence Jewry, 1867-9. 
H.M. Inspector, 1868-70. Diocesan Inspector for W. Surrey 
and Channel Islands, 1871-87. C. of Shalford, Surrey, 1872-4. 
Clerical Secretary, St John's Foundation School, Leather- 
head, 1877-86. R. of Buriton, Hants., i886-go. R. of 
St Anthony, Stepney, 1890-1901. Chaplain of St Michael's 
School, Bognor, 1905-10. Married Sophia Anna, dau. of the 
Rev. J. T. Burt. Author, The Young Churchman's Com- 
panion to the Praver Book, etc.; editor. School Board Readers 
and School Board Manuals. Died May 13, 1918, at Bognor. 
Brother of Sydney (1849), etc. (Scott, MSS.; Northants. 
Clergy, sub father; Crockford; The Times, May 15, 1918.) 

GEDGE, JOHNSON HALL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 2, 
1849. [B. Feb. 22, 1831.] School, King Edward's, Bir- 
mingham. Matric. Michs. 1849; Bell Scholar, 1851; Scholar, 
1852; B.A. (i8;;j Wrangler) 1853; M.A. 1857. Ord. deacon 
(Lichfield) 1854; priest, 1855; C. of Holbrooke, Derbs., 
1855-7. C.of Wimbledon, Surrey, 1857-9. C. of St Michael's, 
Chester Square, 1861-3. .Assoc. Secretary, C.M.S., for Yorks., 
1864-70. R.ofHonington, Suffolk, 1870-5. \\iihoT, Sermons 
preached at Wimbledon. Married, Jane Dorothea, dau. of the 
Rev. H. A. Herbert, R. of Rathdowney, Queen's Co., Ireland. 
Died Feb. 6, 1875, at Honington. M.I. (Scott, MSS.; 
Crockford; Tlie Times, Feb. 8, 1875.) 

GEDGE, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, (age i6) at Trinity, July 26, 
1815. S. [and h.] of Peter. B. [179?], at Bury, Suffolk. 
School, Bury (.Mr Malkin). Matric. Michs. 1816. Migrated 
to Jesus, Oct. 21, 1817; Exhibitioner, 1818; Scholar, 1819; 
B.A. 1820; M.A. 1823. Ord. deacon (Bristol) Jan. 22, 1823; 
priest (Llandaff) 1823; V. of Humberston, Lines., 1823-44. 
R. of ."^shby with Fenby, 1844^. R. of Bildeston, Suffolk, 
1849-79. Died Feb. 24, 1893, aged 93, at the Red House, 
Kelvedon. Father of Augustus (1846); brother of Sydney 
(1820). (Bury Gr. Sch. Reg.; Clergy List; Crockford; The 
Guardian, Mar. i, 1893.) 

GEDGE, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at C.-^ius, Sept. 30, 1864. [4th] s. 
of Johnson, proprietor and editor of the Bury and Norwich 
Post, of Bury St Edmunds. B. there [Sept. 21], 1842. School, 
Bury Graumiar. Matric. Michs. 1864; M.B. 1869. Physicians' 
Registrar at Addenbrooke's Hospital. University Demon- 
strator in Histology. With Sir S. Baker's expedition as chief 
Medical Officer. Entrusted by the Khedive of Egypt with 
the collection of materials for a museum at Cairo. Died 
Oct. 21, 1870, between Khartoum and Gondokoro. Be- 
queathed £1000 to the University for founding a prize for 
the encouragement of the study of physiology. Brother of 
Charles J. (1853), etc. [Bury Sch. Reg.; Scoti, MSS.; Venn, 
II. 368; C.U. Hist. Reg.) 

GEDGE, LESLIE LATHOM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 21, 
1888. [Youngest] s. of Sydney (1849) [solicitor to the London 
School Board], of Mitcham Hall, Surrey. B. there [Feb. 5], 
1870. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1888. .\dm. Solicitor, 
Feb. 1894. Practised at 11, Gt George Street, Westminster. 
Died in his office, Feb. 23, 1904, of heart failure. Brother of 
CecU B. (1885). (Scott, MSS.; Law Lists; The Times, 
Feb. 25, 1904.) 

GEDGE, SYDNEY. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, .A.pr. 15, 
1820. [3rd s. of Peter, of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk (who 
started the Bury Post). B. .\pT. 3, 1802. School, King 
Edward's, Bury St Edmunds.] Matric. Michs. 1820; B.A. 
(14th Wrangler; ythClassic) 1824; M.A. 1827. Fellow, 1825-7. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 18, 1826; priest (Ely) Nov. 5, 
1826; C. of North Runcton, Norfolk, 1827-35, where he took 
pupils, including Harvey and C. W. Goodwin. Second 
Master at King Edward VI School, Birmingham, 1835-59. 
V. of .AH Saints', Northampton, 1859-77. .Advanced the 
cause of Missions by speaking and preaching for the C.M.S., 
of which he was an hon. Ufe governor. Lived latterly at 
All Saints' Lodge, Dorking, Surrey, .\uthor. Sermons. Died 
Aug. 29, 1883, at Cromer. Father of Sydney (next), John W. 
(1855), Hugh S. (1862), Henry E. (1852) and William W. 
(1853); brother of Joseph (1815). (Scott, MSS., which gives 
"died Aug. 29'; The Times, Sept. 3, 1883; S.H.-A.H., 
Bury Gr. Sch. Reg.; D.N.B.; Crockford; Northants. Clergy; 
Serjeantson, Hist, of All Saints, Northampton, 182, 229; 
Boose, I. 1133; The Guardian, Sept. 5, 1883.) 



Gee, Ernest Cresswell 

GEDGE, SYDNEY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, May 23, 
1849. Of Norfolk; [S. and h. of Sydney (above). B. Oct. 16, 
1829. School, king Edward's, Birmingham.] Matric. Michs. 
1849; Scholar, 1850; B.A. 1853; (Moral Sci. Trip., ist Class, 
1854); M.A. 1856. Incorp. at Hertford College, Oxford, 
June 7, 1878. Adm. Solicitor, 1856. Commissioner for 
Affidavits, Supreme Court, S. Australia, in 1880. Head of 
firm of Gedge, Fiske and Gedge, of 10, Norfolk Street, 
Strand. Clerk to the London School Board. .M.P. for Stock- 
port, 1886-92; for Walsall, 1895-igoo. Member, House of 
Laymen. Lie. pr., dios. London and Southwark. Married, 
1857, Augusta, dau. of R. Herring. Lived latterly at The 
Hall, Mitcham, Surrey, where he died .Apr. 6, 1923. Brother 
of the next, of Hugh S. (1862) and Henry E. (1852); father of 
Cecil B. (1885) and Leslie L. (1888). (Northants. Clergy, sub 
father; Who was Who; Law Lists; Al. Oxon.; Scott, MSS.; 
The Times, .\pr. 7, 1923.) 

GEDGE, WILLIAM WILBERFORCE. .Adm. pens, at Caius, 
Mar. 26, 1853. [5th] s. of Sydney (1820), clerk. Master at 
King Edward's School, Birmingham. B. [Feb. 23, 1835], at 
North Runcton, Norfolk. School, Birmingham. Matric. 
Michs. 1853; Scholar, 1S54-60; B..\. 1857; M.A. i86o. Ord. 
deacon (Worcester) 1858; priest, 1859. Assistant Master at 
King Edward School, Birmingham, 1857-60. Head Master 
of Cheltenham Proprietary School, 1860-70. Master of a 
private school at Malvern, 1870-89. R. of Mutford, Suffolk, 
1889-93. Married, June 28, i860, Frances Ann, dau. of the 
Rev. Edwin Kempson, V. of Castle Bromwich. Blind for the 
last 14 years of his life, but regularly performed his duties. 
Died Nov. 26, 1912, at Cheltenham. Brother of the above, 
etc. (Venn, 11. 31; Crockford; Northants. Clergy, sub father; 
The Times, Nov. 27 and 28, 1912.) 

GEDYE, ERNEST FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 3, 
1888. S. of Francis Wyatt, merchant, of Ashley Down, 
Bristol [and Anne Fagg Newman]. B. Jan. 29, 1869, at 
Bristol. School, Levs, Cambridge (Dr Moulton). Matric. 
Michs. 1888; Scholar; B.A. 1891; M.A. 1895. Of the Wes- 
leyan Mission, Hankow, China, in 1897. 

GEE, ALFRED WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 6, 
1877. S. of George. B. [Jan. 14, 1849], at Newark-on-Trent. 
Matric. Michs. 1877. Kept four terms. Called to the Bar, 
Inner Temple, June 25, 1879. 2nd Lieut., Middlesex Rifle 
Volunteers, Feb. 4, 1880. Died 1881 or 1882. [Peile, 11. 658; 
Army Lists, 1880; Laio Lists, 1880.) 

GEE (post MAITLAND), ARTHUR. Adm. Fell.-Com. at 
Downing, Jan. 5, 1888. .Matric. Lent, 1888; B.A. 1890; 
M.A. 1894. Fellow and Bursar. Called to the Bar, Inner 
Temple, Jan. 26, 1892. On the South Eastern Circuit. Of 
3, King's Bench Walk, Temple. Took the name of Maitland 
in 1903. Of Shudy Camps Park, Cambs., where he died 
July 26, 1903, aged 52. Father of the next. (Law Lists; 
Scott, MSS.; The Times, July 29, 1903.) 

GEE (post MAITLAND), EDWARD MAITLAND. Adm. pens, 
at Trinity, June 25, 1898. S. of Arthur Gee (above) [who 
assumed the name of Maitland in 1903], of Shudy Camps 
Park, Cambs. B. [Feb. 21, 1880], in London. School, 
Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1898; B..A. 1906. Served in 
S. Africa, 1901-2; Capt., Essex Regt., 1909. A pioneer of 
mihtary aviation. Commanding Officer, No. i Squadron, 
R.F.C. (Airships), 1913; Wing Commander, R.N.A..\.S., 
1914. Conmianding Kite-Balloon Centre, 1915 ; at the .Airship 
Statioft, Pulham, 1916. Col. Brig.-Gen., R..\.F., 1918; Air 
Commodore. Chief Observer in R. 34 on the flight to 
America and back, July 1919; D.S.O.; C.M.G.; A.F.C. In 
charge of the airship base at Howden, 1920. .Author, The 
Log of H.M. .4.. ' R. 34.' Killed, .Aug. 24, 1921, in the disaster 
to R. 38, when it fell in the Humber. (Scott, MSS.; Hailey- 
bury Reg.; The Times, .Aug. 25, 1921.) 

GEE, ERNEST. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 12, 1898. School, 
St David's College, Lampeter. Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 
1901; M..A. 1905. Assistant Master at Cleobury Mortimer 
College, Salop, 1901-3. Senior Master at Gowerton Co. 
School, Glam., 1903-33-. [Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

GEE, ERNEST CRESSWELL. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1895. Of Lincolnshire. S. of Mrs Jason J. Brown 
(by her first husband), of Pinchbeck, Lines. B. there Feb. 11, 
1866. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898; M.A. 1902. Pre- 
viously (1890) at Trinity College, Dublin. Ord. deacon (Ely) 
1900; priest, 1901; C. of All Saints', Cambridge, 1900-3. 
Assistant Master at Perse School, Cambridge, 1903. C. of 
St Edward's, Cambridge, 1903-5. C.-in-charge of Corpus 
Christi CoUege Mission, Camberwell, 1905-12. R. of Twine- 
ham, Sussex, 1912-15.- V. of St Phihp's, Aldrington, Sussex, 
1915-18. V. of St Wilfrid's, Haywards Heath, 1918-24. 
V. of Pinchbeck, Lines., 1924-46. (Schoolmasters' Direc- 
tories; Crockford.) 



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Gee, Frederick 

GEE, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, (age i8) at Jesus, Apr. 17, 
1852. S. o£ Walter (1802), clerk, deceased. B. [Nov. 22, 
1833], at Week St Mary, Cornwall. Schools [Sherborne andj 
Marlborough College. Matric. Michs. 1852; B.A. 1856. Ord, 
deacon (Ely) 1856; priest, 1857; C. of Ickletou, Cambs., 
1857-60. Died June 4, i8f)0, on board the S.S. Vimeira 
during a voyage to Brisbane. Brother of Walter (1844) and 
William (1845). (St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 266, sub father; 
.Sherborne Sch. Keg.; Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Crockford; 
G. Mag., i860, 11. 679.) 
GEE OSGOOD. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, June 16, 1762. 
IS and h of Osgood, Esq., of Beckenhani, Kent.] Matric. 
Easter, 1764; Scholar, 1764. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Sept. I, 1762. Probably father of the next. 
GEE, OSGOOD. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Mar. 2, 1813. 
S and h of O. (? the above), Esq., of Earls Colne, Essex. 
School Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1813; Scholar; (Civil Law 
Classes, ist Class, 1815-16); LL.B. 1819. One of these names 
married 1821, Mary, 2nd dau. of Sir W. Hughes, Knt., of 
Plas Coch, Anglesea, and died 1837. (Harrow Sch. Reg., 
which gives no christian name and no details of career; 
C. R. Hudleston.) 
GEE, RICHARD. Adm. (age 18) at St John's, Apr. 14, 1760. 
S of James, Esq., of Yorkshire. B. at York. Schools, 
Wakefield and Beverley (Mr Ward). Matric. Michs. 1763; 
LLB 1766. Ord. deacon (York) Oct. 19, 1766; pnest, 
June 14 1767; C. of Givendale with Middleton, Yorks., 
1766 C 'of Hothara, 1767. R. of Cowthorpe, 1768-8S. V. of 
N Cave, 1773-1807. R. of Leven, 1775-1815. Died July, 
1815, at'Hotham, aged 73. (Cant. Act Bk.; St John's Coll. 
Adm., HI. 666; G. Mag., 1815, 11. 91.) 
GEE ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Queens', July 28, 1802. Of 
Yorkshire. Matric. Michs. 1803; B.A. (10th Wrangler) 1807. 
Migrated to St Catharine's; M.A. 1810. Fellow of St 
Catharine's, 1809. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 21, 1809; 
priest (London, Litt. dim. from Ely) Mar. 9, i8ii; R. of 
Thornton-in-Craven, Yorks., 1813-32. V. of Paignton, 
Devon 1832-61. Author, The Novelty of the Doctrines and 
Ceremonies of the Church of Rome, and other Sermons. Died 
May II, 1861, aged 75- (G. Mag., 1861, 1. 703; Crockford.) 

GEE, THOMAS (i794). "« JEE. 

GEE WALTER. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, Jan. 12, 
1802. S. of Robert, attorney, of Bene't Street, Cambridge. 
B Aug. 10, 1784, at Cambridge. Schools, Cambridge 
(Mr Ware) and Linton (Mr Curteis). Matric. Michs. 1S04; 
Scholar 1805 ; B.A. (6th Wrangler) 1806. Migrated to Sidney, 
Mar. 3, 1808; U.A. 1809; B.D. 1816. Fellow of Sidney. 
Ord.' deacon (Lincoln, Utt. dim. from Ely) Dec. 8, 1807; 
priest (Salisbury, Litt. dim. from Ely) Dec. 20, 1808; C. of 
Grantchester, Cambs., 1S07. Lecturer of Gt St .Andrew's, 
Cambridge, 1816. R. of Week St Mary, Cornwall, 1821-52. 
R. of West Buckland, Devon, 1831-52. Archdeacon of East 
Cornwall, 1842-5. An active County Magistrate. Married, 
Aug. 23, 1821, Sarah Gee, of Cambridge. Died Feb. 27, 1852, 
at Week St Mary, from the effects of a wound in his arm, 
received from the claw of a favourite cat. Father of the 
next, of Wmiam (1845) and Frederick (1852). (G. Mag., 
1852 I. 423; Boase, Coll. Cornubiensia, which calls him 
William' Walter; St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 266; Cant. Act Bk.) 

GEE, WALTER. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 31, 1844. S. of 
Walter (1802), clerk, of Week St Mary, Cornwall. B. 
there Jan. 19, 1825. [Schools, Uppingham and Blundell's, 
Tiverton.] Matric. Michs. 1844; Scholar, 1845; B.A. 1848. 
Took Holy Orders. Died July 3, 1850, at Paignton, Devon. 
Brother of the next and of Frederick (1852). (Uppingham 
Sch. Roll; Blundell's Sch. Reg.; St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 
266.) 

GEE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 27, 1845. 
S. of Walter (1802), clerk, of Week St Mary, Cornwall. 
B. there. Bapt. July 3, 1827. School, Blundell's. Matric. 
Michs. 1845; B.A. 1849. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1850; priest, 
1851; C. of Marldon, Devon, 1850-1. Priest-Vicar of 
Exeter Cathedral, 1852-64. R. of St Martin's, Exeter, 
1854-6. V. of East Coker, Somerset, 1864-77. Married 
Helena, dau. of William Hudleston, I.C.S. and had issue. 
Died May 4, 1877, at East Coker. Brother of the above and 
of Frederick (1852). (Blundell's Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; 
Crockford; The Times, .May 5, 1877.) 

GEEN, WALTER. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 12, 1891. 

Of' Richmond. S. of Philip, retired from business [and 

Ehzabeth Turner]. B. Jan. 4, 1873, at Hammersmith. 

School, Godolphin, Hammersmith (Mr E. Mackie). Matric. 

Michs.'iSgi; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1899. 
GEERE, DIONES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Christ's, Nov. 4, 

1768. S. of Diones (1726) [R. of Pett and S. Heighton, 

Sussex]. B. at S. Heighton. School, Tonbridge. Matric. 

Michs. 1768; Exhibitioner, 1769; B.A. i773- R- ot Pett, 



Geldart, Henry Charles 

Sussex, 1774-81; also of South Heighton and Tarring 
Neville. Buried Jan. 2, 1781, at Tarring. (Peile, 11. 287; 
'Tonbridge Sch. Reg.) 
GEIKIE, Sir ARCHIBALD. Hon. Sc.D. 1891. S. and h. of 
James Stuart. B. Dec. 28, 1835, in Edinburgh. Educated 
at the High School and University of Edinburgh. Hon. 
D.C.L., Oxford; Hon. Sc.D., Dublin; and many other 
Universities. Member of the Scottish Branch of the Geo- 
logical Survey, 1855. F.R.S., 1865. Murchison Professor of 
Geology and .Mineralogy at Edinburgh, 1871-S1. Director- 
General of the Geological Survey of Great Britain and 
Ireland, and Director of the Museum of Practical Geology, 
1882-1901. President of the Geological Society, 1891-2 and 
1906-8. President, British Association, 1892. Trustee of the 
British Museum. Knighted, 1891. K.C.B., 1907. O.M., 
1914. Officier de la Legion d'Honneur, 1913. Secretary, 
Royal Society, 1903-8; President, 1908-12. Author, geo- 
logical and geographical and of A Long Life's Work (his 
autobiography), 1924. Died Nov. 10, 1924, at Haslemere. 
Father of the next. (Who was Who, 1916-28; Cambridge 
Review, June 11, 1891.) 
GEIKIE, RODERICK. Adm. at King's, Oct. 6, 1893. S. and h. 
of Sir Archibald (above), of 10, Chester Terrace, Regent's 
Park, London. B. Apr. 11, 1874, at Boroughfield, Cohnton 
Road, Edinburgh. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1893; 
Scholar, 1895; Winchester Reading Prize, 1896; B.A. (Hist. 
Trip., ist Class) 1896; M..'^. 1900. Fellow, 1900. Clerk in 
the Local Government Board Office, 1897; in the Colonial 
Office, 1899. Secretary to the Railways and Concessions 
Committees, 1907. Killed, Dec. 6, 1910, by falUng in front 
of a train at Queen's Road, Bayswater. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; 
King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; The Times, Dec. 8, 
1910.) 
GEISELBRECHT, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 18, 
1883. [Only] s. of John Christopher, of Beechdale, Lee, 
Kent. B. [Nov. 14], 1864, in London. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886; M.A. and LL.M. 1896. Of 
Wyncliffe, St Leonards-on-Sea. Died Oct. 23, 1912. (Harrow 
Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; The Times, Oct. 26, 1912.) 
GELDARD, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 31, 
1877. [3rd] s. of Christopher John [solicitor], of Cappleside, 
Settle, Yorks. B. [Mar. 13], 1858, at Rathmell, Settle. 
School, Giggleswick (Mr Style). Matric. Michs. 1877; Scholar, 
1880; B.A. (zUh Wrangler) 1881; M.A. 1884. For sometime 
a private 'coach' in Cambridge. Inspector of the Royal 
College of Science in the Birmingham district. Died July 8, 
1897, at Birmingham. Brother of the next. (Giggleswick 
Sch. Reg.; .Scott, MSS.; Cambridge Independent Press, 
July 16, 1897.) 
GELDARD, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 24, 1867. 
S. [and h.] of Christopher John, of Cappleside [Rathmell], 
Settle, Yorks. B. there [Aug. i], 1850. Schools [Giggleswick 
(1862) and] Wellington College (1865). Matric. Michs. 1869; 
B.A. 1873; M.A. 1877. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 11, 1871. 
Called to the Bar, Jan. 26, 1875. Equity Draftsman and 
Conveyancer. Of 9, New Square, London. J. P. for W. Riding, 
Yorks. Of Cappleside, Settle, Yorks., where he died Apr. 23, 
1893. Brother of the above. (Wellington Coll. Reg.; Giggles- 
wick Sch. Reg., which gives 'died Apr. 9'; Trinity Coll. Obits.; 
Foster, Men at the Bar; Law Lists.) 
GELDART, GEORGE COOKE. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
May 24, 1838. S. of Joseph, of Felthorpe, Norwich. Matric. 
Michs. 1838; B.A. 1843. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Aug. 18, 
1843; priest, 1844; C. of Itteringham, Norfolk, 1848-54. 
Lived at Leeds, Yorks., 1855-61. Disappears from Crockford, 
1878. (T. A. Walker, 462; Clergy List.) 
GELDART, HENRY. .A.dm. pens, at Clare, June 24, 1850. 
[4th s. of Richard John ( i S05) , R. of Little BiUing, Northants.] 
Matric. Michs. 1850; Scholar; B.A. 1854; M.A. 1861. Ord. 
deacon (Peterb.) 1854; priest, 1856; C. of Little BiUing, 
Northants., 1854-7. C. of St Jude's, Chelsea, London, 
1857-8. C. of St Mary-in-the-Castle, Hastings, 1858-66. 
V. of Hellingly, Sussex, 1866-82. R. of Bonchurch, Isle of 
Wight, 1886-94. Lived latterly at i, St Matthew's Gardens, 
St Leonards-on-Sea, where he died June 15, 1915, aged 83. 
Father of Wilfred C. (1887), etc; brother of James 
(1841), etc. (Crockford; Northants. Clergy; Scott, MSS.; The 
Guardian, June 24, 1915-) 
GELDART, HENRY CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Oct. 3, 1S57. [2nd s. of James William, LL.D. (i799)> R- of 
Kirk-Deighton, Yorks.] Matric. Michs. 1858; B.A. 1862; 
M.A. 1868. Adm. at the Inner Temple, May 7, 1862. Called 
to the Bar, May i, 1865. Special Pleader. On the Midland 
Circuit. Chairman of Quarter Sessions for Hunts., 1905-12. 
Of Hemingford Grey, and Walden House, Hunts. J. P., D.L. 
and High Sheriff, of Hunts, and Cambs., 1887-8. Died 
July 13, 1912, at Nice. Brother of James W. (1854). (Law 
Lists; Burke, L.G.; Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, July 
19, 1912.) 

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Geldart, Henry Walter Cabell 

GELDART, HENRY WALTER CABELL. Adm. pens, at Em- 
manuel, June 17, 1882. S. of Henry (1850), of Southborough, 
Tunbridge Wells. [B. Feb. 13, 1864. School, Highgate.] 
Matric. iMichs. 1882; Scholar; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1889. Ord. 
deacon (London) 1887; priest, 1888; Tutor of the Church 
Missionary College, Islington, 1887-91. C. of Christ Church, 
VVarley, Essex, 1891-2. Domestic Chaplain to the Bishop 
of Sodor and Man, and Principal of Bishop Wilson Theo. 
School, 1893-7. C. of Alburgh, Norfolk, 1899-1900. V. of 
Crich, Derbs., 1900-6. R. of Otley, Sufiolk, 1906-16. V. of 
Ropley, Hants., 1916-37. Living at Hastings, in 1947- 
Brother of Wilfred C. (1887). (Highgate Sch. Roll; Crockford.) 

GELDART, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Nov. 12, 
1778. S. of Richard, of Masham, Yorks. School, Ripon 
(Mr Robinson). Matric. Michs. 1779; Scholar, 1781; B.A. 
1783; M.A. 1809. Migrated to Trinity Hall; LL.D. 1818. 
Of Biggin Grange and owner of other property in Kirkby 
Malzeard, Yorks. R. (and patron) of Kirk-Deighton, Yorks., 
1795-1839. Lord of the manor of Kirk-Deighton, and of 
Barnwell Abbey, Cambs. J. P. for W. Riding. Died Nov. 12, 
1839, aged 79. Father of James W. (1799), Thomas C. (1811) 
and of Richard J. (1805). (G. Mag., 1840, i. 102.) 

GELDART, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Nov. ii, 
1841. 2nd s. of Richard John (1805), R. of Little Billing, 
Northants. [B. there May 21, 1822.] Matric. Michs. 1842; 
Scholar, 1843; B.A. 1846; M.A. 1849. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
1847; priest, 1848; C. to his father at Little BiUing, 1847-8. 
C. of Shepton Mallet, Somerset, 1848-54. V. of Podington, 
Beds., 1854-87. Lived latterly at Westbury House, Wells, 
Somerset, where he died Nov. 16, 1912. (Crockford; 
Northants. Clergy; Clergy List; Scott, MSS.; The Times, 
Nov. 19, 1912.) 

GELDART, JAMES WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. 2, 
1799. [S. and h. of James (1778), R. of Kirk-Deighton, 
Yorks. B. Feb. 15, 1785, at Swinnow Hall, Wetherby. 
School, Beverley Grammar.] Migrated to Trinity Hall, 
May 5, 1800. Matric. Michs. 1803; Scholar, 1803; LL.B. 
1806. Migrated to St Catharine's, 1808. FeUow of St Catha- 
rine's, 1808. Migrated back to Trinity Hall; LL.D. 1814. 
Fellow, Tutor and Vice-Master of Trinity HaU, 1809-21. 
Regius Professor of Civil Law, 1814-47. Ord. deacon (Ely) 
May II, 1809; priest, Sept. 24, 1809. Succeeded his father 
as R. (and patron) of Kirk-Deighton, Yorks., 1840-62. 
Married, Aug. 4, 1836, Mary Rachel, dau. of William Des- 
borough, of Hemingford Grey, Hunts. Editor, Bishop 
Halifa.x's Attalysis of the Civil Law. Lived latterly at the 
rectory, Kirk-Deighton, where he died Feb. 16, 1876. Father 
of the next and Henry C. (1857); brother of Thomas C. 
(1811) and Richard J. (1805). (Foster, Index Eccles.; Crock- 
ford; Boase, i. 11 34; D.N.B.) 

GELDART, JAMES WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity 
Hall, Oct. 5, 1854. S. and h. of James William (above). 
[B. Apr. 16, 1837.] Matric. Michs. 1855; LL.B. 1859; LL.M. 
1863. Ord. deacon (Oxford) i860; priest, i86i;C.of Wheatley, 
Oxon., 1860-2. C. of Kirk-Deighton, Yorks., 1862-76; 
R. (and patron) there, 1876-1914. Proctor in York Convoca- 
tion, 1906-9. Hon. Canon of Ripon, 1900-14. Died May 12, 
1914, while on a voyage to the Cape. Brother of Henry C. 
(1857). (Burke, L.G., 1925; Crockford; Who was Who, 1897- 
1916; The Times, May 14, 1914.) 

GELDART, or GELDARD, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
July 2, 1756. B. at Eskrigg, Lanes. School, Sedbergh. 
Matric. Michs. 1756, as Geldard. (Sedbergh Sch. Reg. 
(Geldart).) 

GELDART, RICHARD JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
May 9, 1805. Of Kirk-Deighton, near Wetherby. [Doubtless 
s. of James (1778).] Matric. Lent, 1806; B.A. 1809; M.A. 
1812; D.D. 1842. Fellow, 1809. Ord. deacon (York) 1809; 
priest, 1810; R. of Little Billing, Northants., 1817-71. 
Buried there Nov. 29, 1871, aged 85. Father of Richard W. 
(1840), James (1841) and Henry (1850); brother of James W. 
(1799) and Thomas C. (1811). (Foster, Index Eccles.; 
Northants. Clergy; Crockford.) 

GELDART, RICHARD JOHN BARNABAS. Adm. at Clare, 
Mar. 23, 1877. [S. of Richard William (next), clerk, of 
Whimple, Devon. B. 1857. School, Sherborne.] Matric. 
Lent, 1878; B.A. 1881; M.A. 1884. Ord. deacon (Bath and 
Wells) 18S0; priest, 1881; C. of Cheddar, Somerset, 1880-2. 
C. of Pitminster, 1883-4. C. of Instow, Devon, 1885-g. 
C. of All Saints', Brighton, 1889-91. C. of Holme-on- 
Spalding Moor, Yorks., 1893-5. C. of AU Saints', Princes 
Park, Liverpool, 1895-1901. C. of Mortehoe, Devon, 1901-5. 
C. of St Leonard's, Bedford, 1906-10. C. of Leverington, 
Cambs., 1912-13. V. of Moulton St James, Lines., 1913-16. 
Resided latterly at Worthing. (Crockford; Sherborne Sch. 
Reg.) 



Gell, Frederick 

GELDART, RICHARD WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Clare, 
Apr. 2, 1840. [S. and h. of Richard John (1805), R. of Little 
Billing, Northants. B. there Apr. 30, 1821. School, Oakham.] 
Matric. Michs. 1840; B.A. 1844. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1845; 
priest, 1849; C. of Little BiUing, Northants., 1845-8. C. of 
Elmore and Longney, Gloucs., 1853-65. Sometime C. of 
Forden, Montgom. R. of Clyst St LawTence, Devon., 1865- 
1910. Lived latterly at Clifton, where he died .\pr. 6, 1912. 
Father of the above. (Crockford; Scott, MSS.; Clergy List; 
Nurtluints. Clergy; The Times, .\pr. 8, 1912.) 

GELDART, THOMAS CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
May 21, 1811. S. of James (1778), clerk, of Kirk-Deighton, 
Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1814; Scholar; B.A. (17^;! Wrangler) 
1818; M.A. 1821; LL.D. (per Lit. Reg.) 1853. Fellow, 1821- 
36. Master of Trinity Hall, 1852-77. Vice-Chancellor, 18^3. 
Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, May 9, 1823. J. P. for Leics. 
Married Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Cooke, Esq., of Pendle- 
bury, Manchester. Joint author. Reports of cases in Court 
of V ice-Chancellor. Died Sept. 17, 1877. aged 80, at the 
Master's Lodge. (Boase, i. 1134; Law Lists; Scott, MSS.) 

GELDART, WILFRED CHARLES. .Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Pembroke, Oct. i, 1887. [2nd] s. of Henry (1850), R. of 
Bonchurch, Isle of Wight. B. [1869] at Hellingly, Sussex. 
School, Tonbridge (exhibitioner). Matric. Michs. 1887; 
Classical Scholar, 1887; (Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1890; 
Ft II, ist Class, 1891); B..^. 1890. Entered the I.C.S., 1S92; 
Brotherton Sanskrit prize, 1893. Died Feb. 26, 1894, at 
Multan, India. Brother of Henry W. C. (1882). (Tonbridge 
Sch. Reg.) 

GELDER, JONATHAN (1770), see GILDER. 

GELDERD (post GELDERD-SOMERVELL), FREDERICK. 
Adm. pens, (age 22) at Jesus, Apr. 6, 1877. Of Westmorland. 
S. of Robert Miller Somervell, Esq. B. at Hazelthwaite. 
School, private. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881; M..4. 1888. 
Head Master of Haseley Manor Preparatory School, Walling- 
ford, in 1903. Sheriff of Oxfordshire, 1918-19. Died Mar. 30, 
1936, aged 81, at Oxford. (Schoolmasters' Directory, 1903 
(Gelderd-SomerveU) ; The Times, Apr. i, 1936; F. Brittain.) 

GELL, CHARLES AUGUSTINE. .A.dm. pens, at Trinity, 
Apr. 14, 1837. [S. of Philip (iSoo), clerk, of Derby. B. 
May S, 1819. School, Rugby (exhibitioner, 1837).] Died in 
college. Brother of Frederick (1839) and John P. (1834). 
(Rugby Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G.) 

GELL, EDWARD ANTHONY SYDNEY. .\dm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. I, 1894. S. of Francis (next), R. of Ripple, 
Gloucs. B. June 23, 1875, at Hereford. Schools, Sutton 
and Sidcot. Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897; M.A. 1902. 
Trooper and Lieut, in 5th Imp. Yeo., 1899-1902. Ord. 
deacon (Worcester) 1898; priest (Coventry) 1909; C. cl 
Aston-juxta-Birmingham, 1898-1901. Acting C.F. in S. 
Africa, 1900-1. V. of Corsham, Wilts, 1902-8. C.F. at 
Shomcliffe, 1908-11; at Cairo, 1911-14. Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (Lieut., R. Fusiliers; Lieut. -Col., Commanding 
27th Lanes. FusiUers; wounded twice; prisoner of war; 
M.C. and D.S.O., 1918; mentioned in despatches; .Assistant 
Director of Graves Registration, G.H.Q., France, 1920). 
With Imperial War Graves Commission, 1921-6; Member of 
Anglo-Italian Committee, 1928-36. Of 47, Chomeley Lodge, 
Highgate, in 1941. (Who's Who, 1942; D.S.O. Bk.; Army 
Lists; Univ. War List; Crockford; Fox-Davies, Armorial 
Families.) 

GELL, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, June 29, 
1849. B. at Nottingham. Matric. Michs. 1849. Migrated 
(age 26) to Jesus, Mar. 24, 1851; B.A. 1853; M.A. 1874. 
Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1853; priest, 1853; C. of Christ 
Church; Folkestone, 1853. Chaplain to H.E.I.C.S. at 
Poona, in 1859. Hon. Fellow of Univ. of Bombay, i860. 
R. of Shaftesbury, Dorset, 1867-70. R. of Llyswen, 
Breconshire, 1870-5. P.C. of St John-the-Evangelist, 
Chichester, 1876-8. C. of Minster, Isle of Thanet, 1878-81. 
C. of Lydd, 1881-4. R. of Edburton, Sussex, 1884-91. 
R. of Alvechurch, Worcs., 1891-3. R. of Ripple, Worcs., 
1893-1906. Hon. Canon of Worcester, 1897-191 1. Lived 
latterly at Dawlish, where he died July 19, 1911, aged 86. 
Father of the above. (Cant. Act Bk.; The Times, July 
21, 1911.) 

GELL, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Mar. 28, 
1839. S. of Philip(i8oo),V. of St John's, Derby. B. Sept. 24, 
1820, at Matlock, Derbs. School, Rugby (exhibitioner, 1839). 
Matric. Michs. 1839; Bell Scholar, 1840; Scholar, 1841; 
B.A. (Class. Trip., ist Class) 1843. Migrated to Christ's; 
M.A. 1846; B.D. 1854; D.D. 1861. Fellow of Christ's, 1843- 
61. Dean. Hebrew Lecturer, 1850-2, 1853-9. Founded the 
Gell Hebrew Prize, 1852. 'Gell was very short-sighted, and 
the reverse of agile, but he possessed a grand nose, the finest 
I have ever seen, and a glory to the College. He ruined it 
for ever in an accident which he had in the Backs, when in 
his exuberance at the news that he had gained a scholarship, 



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Gell, George 

he tried to jump a row of low bars and fell heavily on his 
face' {Memories, Sir F. Galton, 75). Ord. deacon (Ely) 1843; 
priest, 1844; C. of Gt St Mary's, Cambridge, 1844-5. 
Domestic Chaplain to the Bishop of London, 1859-61. 
Whitehall Preacher, 1858-60. Bishop of Madras, 1861-99. 
Exercised a remarkable influence over men of very dissimilar 
character by a quiet devout spirit and complete consistency 
of life. Lived latterly at Coonor, near Madras. Died there 
Mar. 25, 1902. Brother of Charles A. (1837) and John P. 
(1834). {Rugbv Sch. Reg.; I.C.S. Lists; Peile, 11. 467; 
Crockfirrd; Who was Who; The Church in Madras, vol. in.; 
Memorials of Bishop Gell; The Times, Mar. 28, 1902.) 
GELL, GEORGE. .•\dm. sizar (age 19) at Pembroke, Jan. 16, 
1765. Eldest s. of George (1726), R. of Thurning, Hunts. 
B. there. Matric. Lent, 1766; B.A. 1769. 

GELL, JOHN FRANKLIN. Adm. (age 19) at Caius, Oct. i, 
1870. S. of John Philip (next), V. of St Peter's, Notting HiU. 
B. [1851], in London. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 
1870; Scholar, 1871-4; B.A. 1874; M.A. 1879. Went to 
Madras on a visit to his uncle Frederick (1839), and held 
several appointments there, under the Court of Wards. Died 
Aug. 13, 1884, in Madras. (Venn, 11. 394; List of Carthusians.) 

GELL, JOHN PHILIP. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Oct. 30, 
1834. S. and h. of Philip (1800). B. Mar. 10, 1816, at Mat- 
lock, Derbs. School, Rugby (Dr Arnold) (exhibitioner, 1835). 
Matric. Michs. 1835; Scholar, 1838; B.A. 1839; M.A. (by 
Royal consent) 1840. Induced by Dr Arnold to proceed to 
Tasmania for the purpose of organizing the educational 
projects of the Governor. Ord. deacon (Tasmania) 1843; 
priest, 1844; Chaplain to the Bishop of Tasmania, 1844-8. 
Warden of Christ's College, Hobart Town, 1846-8. C. of 
St Martin-in-the-Fields, London, 1849. C. of St Mary's, 
Bryanston Square, 1850-4. \'. of St John's, Notting HiU, 
1854-7S. R. of Buxted, Sussex, 1878-98. Married, 1849, 
Eleanor Isabella, dau. and heiress of Admiral Sir John 
Franklin, of SpUsby, Lines. Died Mar. 12, 1898, at the 
residence of his son, 36, Hyde I^ark Square, London, W. 
Brother of Charles A. (1837), etc.; father of the above. 
{Crockford; Rugby Sch. Reg.) 

GELL, PHILIP. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, July 21, 1800. 
S. of Philip, of Wirksworth, Derbs. [by his 2nd wife, Eliza- 
beth, dau. of John Wright, of Lenton and Butterley, Derbs. 
[B. 1783.] School, Leicester (Mr Heyrick). Matric. Michs. 
1801; Scholar, 1802; B..^. 1S05; M.A. 1808. Ord. deacon 
(Lichfield) 1S06; priest, 1807. t'-C. of Rocester, Staffs., 1812 
(vacant, 1820). P.C. of St John's, Derby, 1829-46. Assistant 
Lecturer at All Saints', Derby, 1850-2. Married, 1815, 
Ehzabeth, dau. and co-heiress of Chadwick Dod. Lived 
latterly at Duf&eld Bank, Derby. Author, religious. Died 
1870. Brother of the next; father of p'rederick (1839), 
John P. (1S34) and Charles A. (1837). (Burke, L.G., 1939; 
Foster, Index Eccles.; Clergy List; Crockford; Boase, v. 395.) 

GELL, ROBERT. \dm. pens, at Queens', July i, 1812. Of 
Derbyshire. [S. of Phihp, of Wirksworth, Derbs.] B. May 14, 
1788. School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 1813; B.A. 1817; 
M.A. 1820. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) Jan. 25, 1817; priest, 
June 29, 1817. P.C. of Hognaston, Derbs., 1834-54. C. of 
Kirk-Ireton, 1834-54; R. there, 1854-69. Died Nov. 8, 1869. 
Brother of the above. (Repton Sch. Reg.; Foster, Index 
Eccles.; Clergy List; Crockford.) 

GELL, SHERBROOKE LEIGH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 14, 
1867. S. and h. of [Lieut. -Col.] John [Sherbrooke] . B. 
[Fel3. 6], 1850, at Deesa, India. Schools [Wellington College 
and] Highstead, Torquay. Matric. Michs. 1867. Went to 
Australia. Died Nov. 16, 1924, at Dunwich, Queensland, 
being described as 'Capt.' (Scott, MSS.; Wellington Coll. 
Reg.; I he limes, Jan. 3, 1923.) 

GELL, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, Mar. 16, 1787. Of 
Derbyshire. Matric. Michs. 1787; Scholar, 1787; B.A. 1791; 
M.A. 1794. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) Dec. 18, 1791; priest, 
Sept. 15, 1793; C. of Mayfield, Staffs., where he was 'passing 
rich on £40 a year.' R. of Boylstone, Derbs., 1808-34. 
Perhaps also R. of Preston-Bagot, Warws., 1826 (vacant, 
1831). Married, Dec. 8, 1795, Miss Hogg, of Clifton-in-Ash- 
bourne, and had issue. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 266; 
G. Mag., 1795, 1045; Foster, hidex Eccles.) 

GELL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 6, 1793. 
Of Derbyshire. [2nd] s. of Philip, Esq., of Hopton [and 
Dorothy, dau. of William Milnes. His paternal grandfather, 
John Eyre, had assumed the name of Gell from his mother's 
family, the Gells of Hopton]. B. there Apr. 1, 1778. School, 
Derby. Matric. Michs. 1793; B.A. 1798; M..-^. 1804. Fellow, 
1798. Migrated to Jesus, Apr. 25, 1804. Traveller and 
archaeologist. Visited the Troad, 1801, and fixed the site of 
Troy at Bournabashi. His Topography of Troy (pubhshed 
1804) is referred to in B>Ton's English Bards, where the 
author is styled 'Classic Gell' (altered later to 'rapid Gell'). 
Knighted, May 14, 1803, on retuniiug from a mission to tlje 



Genge, Edward Henry 

Ionian Islands. Went again to Greece with Edward Dodwell, 
and accompanied Princess Caroline (afterwards Queen Caro- 
line) to Italy, as chamberlain; gave evidence in her favour 
at her trial, Oct. 6, 1820. After 1820 hved in Italy, having 
villas at Rome and at Naples. Frequently visited at Naples 
by Sir Walter Scott. F.S.A.; F.R.S., 1807. Author, Pom- 
peiana; Topography of Rome. Died unmarried Feb. 4, 1836, 
at Naples. Buried there in the English burial groXind. 
Bequeathed his drawings to the British Museum. (Derby 
Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G., 1939; F.M.G., I. 48; D.N.B.; G.E.C., 
which erroneously gives died 1838.) 

GELL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pembroke, Oct. i, 
1878. S. of Sir James, Attorney-General for the Isle of Man. 
B. [Mar. 23, 1859], at Castletown. School, King William's 
College. Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882; M.A. 1885. Ord. 
deacon (York) 1882; priest, 1883; C. of Beverley Minster, 
1882-5. R. of Stockton-on-Forest, Yorks., i885-r90o. V. of 
Pontefract, 1900-17. Canon and Preb. of York. V. of 
Holme-in-Chviger, 1917-28. R. of Systou, Gloucs., 1928-39. 
Died Jan. 3, 1939, at Durham. (King William's Coll. Reg.; 
Crockford; Who toas Who, 1929-40; The Times, Jan. 4, I939-) 

GEM, HUBERT ARNOLD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 4, 1873. Of Warws. S. of Edward, Esq., of Bellevue, 
Halesowen, Birmingham. B. Jan. 13, 1855, at Halesowen. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1878; M.A. i88i. 
Ord. deacon (Oxford) 1878; priest, 1879; C. of Hook-Norton, 
Oxon., 1878-80. C. of Trowbridge, WUts., 1880-3. EngUsh 
Chaplain in Paris, 1883-4. V. of Holy Trinity, Wicker, 
Sheffield, 1S84-8. V. of All Saints', Nottingham, 1888-1902. 
V. of Wirksworth, Derbs., 1902-13. V. of Old Radford, 
Notts., 1913-30. Lived latterly at Southwell House, Old 
Bath Road, Cheltenham. Died Apr. 16, 1936, aged 81. 
(Harrow Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Who was Who, 1929-40; 
The Times, Apr. 18, 1936.) 

GEMMELL, ALAN CECIL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 
1899. S. and h. of Thomas, of Dalkeith House, Englefield 
Green, Surrey. B. [June 10], 1880, in London. Schools 
[Bilton Grange and] Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. and 
LL.B. IQ04; M.A. 1907; M.B. andB.C. 1912. At St Thomas's 
Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1911. House Physician at 
Charing Cross Hospital. House Surgeon at St Thomas's 
Hospital. Of 17, Wilbury Gardens, Brighton, in I939- 
(Rugby Sch. Reg.; Bilton Grange Reg.; Medical Directories.) 

GEMMELL, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 30, 1866. 
S. of Thomas [Macmillan], Esq. B. [Aug. 4], 1848, at Ayr. 
School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1867; B.A. 1871. Adm. 
Solicitor, 1874; of Messrs Park Nelson, Morgan, Ponsonby 
and Genunell, ri, Essex Street, Strand, London, in 1886. 
(Rugby Sch. Reg.; La:t< Lists.) 

GENES6, ROBERT WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, 

May 18, 1867. Of Dubhn. S. of Samuel [and Margaret]. 
B. [May 8, 1848], at Westland Row, Dublin. [School, 
Liverpool Institute.] Matric. Michs. 1867; Scholar, 1870; 
B.A. (Sth Wrangler) 1871; M.A. 1874. Held various teaching 
posts, including that of Vice-Principal of the Training 
College at Carmarthen. Professor of Mathematics, Uni- 
versity College, Aberystwyth, 1879-1919. Author, mathe- 
matical. Resided latterly at Southborough, Tunbridge 
Wells, where he died Jan. 21, 1928. (Schoolmasters' Direc- 
tories; Who was Wlw, 1916-28; The Times, Jan. 24, 1928.) 

GENEST or GENESTE, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
May 9, 1780. [2nd] s. of John, of Dunker's Hill (Dunkeswell), 
Devon. [B. 1764.] School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1780; 
Scholar, 1782; B.A. 1784; M.A. 1787. Took Holy Orders. 
'Curate in a retired village in Lines.' (G. Mag. gives 'Lanes.'). 
Private Chaplain to the Duke of .\ncaster. Resided latterly 
at Bath for the benefit of the waters. Author, Some Account 
of the English Stage from the Restoration in 1660 to 1830, 
' which forms the basis of most exact knowledge concerning 
the stage.' Died Dec. 15, 1839, at Bath. Buried in St James's 
church there. (Record of Old Westminsters; Misc. Gen. et Her., 
2nd S., IV. 226; G. Mag., 1840, I. 103; D.N.B.; Notes and 
Quertes, 2nd S., ix. 109 and 231.) 

GENGE, BENJAMIN WEAVER. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 2, 1899. Of Dorset. S. of Richard George, yeoman, 
deceased. B. Mar. 20, 1881, at Waterson, Puddletown. 
Schools, Weymouth College and Purbeck College, Swanage. 
Matric. Michs. 1899. 

GENGE, EDWARD HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 19, 
1862. Of Somerset. S. of George, yeoman [and Hannah 
Maria]. B. Dec. 26, 1843, at Trent. [School, Sherborne.] 
Matric. Michs. 1862; Scholar, 1862, 1864; Prizeman; B..\. 
(nth Wrangler) 1866; M.A. 1870. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
1867; priest, 1S69. Second Master at Loughborough School, 
1866-72. Mathematical Master of Whitgift School, Surrey, 
1872-1904. R. of Lilley, Herts., 1904-18. Lived latterly at 
6, Lansdowne Gardens, Croydon. Died Feb. i, 1922. (Sher- 
borne Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Schoolmasters' Directories.) 



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Genge, — 

GENGE, — . Adm. pens, at Sidney, July 3, 1820. Did not 

reside. 
GENNYS, EDMUND CROAD HENN (1899), see HENN-GENNYS, 

E. C. 

GENT, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Caius, May i, i759- S. of 
John, attorney, of Sudbury, Suffolk. B. there. School, 
Dedham (Mr Grimwood). Scholar, 1759-63; matric. Lent, 
1760; B.A. 1763. Ord. deacon (Lichfield and Coventry) 
Mar. 18, 1764; priest (London) Feb. 19, 1769; V. of Stoke- 
by-Nayland, Suffolk, 1769-1807. One of those who signed 
the 'Feathers Tavern' petition against Subscription, 1772. 
Died Oct. 7, 1807, at Bristol. (Venn, 11. 76.) 

GENT, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar at Clare, Apr. 13, 1786. B. at 
Leek, Staffs. Matric. Michs. 1786; B.A. 179 1. 

GENT, MATTHEW. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, July i, 
1S48; sizar, Oct. 19, 1848. Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 
184S; Scholar, 1849; B.A. (Class. Trip., ist Class) 1852; 
Members' Prize, 1854 and 1855; M.A. 1855. C. of St Bene't's, 
Cambridge, 1856-7. Died at Cambridge, Dec. 16, 1S57, 
aged 30. M.I. in St Benet's. (Clergy List.) 

GENT, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Jan. 29, 1818. 
Of Buckinghamshire. [S. of W. L., of Stony Stratford, and 
nephew of Dr William Boultby Sleathe (1786), Head Master 
of Repton.] School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 1818. (Repton 
Sch. Reg.) 

GENTLES, JAMES ALFRED WALKER. Matric. Non-CoU. 
Michs. 1885. [S. of Thomas Lawrie, Surgeon Lieut. -Col., 
ist Vol. Batt., Sherwood Foresters, of 58, London Road, 
Derby. B. Sept. 20, 1865. School. Derby.] A medical 
student. Died Feb. 5, 1893. (Derby Sch. Reg.) 

GEOGHEGAN, FRANCIS JOHN. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1894. 
S. of Jacob Thomas, barrister, of Dublin. B. there [Feb. 12], 
1876. School, Aldenham, Herts. Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 
1897. L.M. (Rotunda Hospital, DubUn) ; M.D. (Dublin) 
1902. D.M.O., South Indian Railways. Practised in Dublin. 
Served in the Great War (R..\.M.C.). Died Mar. 9, 1917. 
{Medical Directories; Venn, 11. 538; Aldenham Sch. Reg.) 

GEOGHEGAN, ROBERT HUGH. Adm. at King's, Oct. i, 1897. 
[S. of W. P., of Rockfield, Blackrock, Dublin.] B. 1878. School, 
Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900. Diploma, 
Camborne School of Mines, 1902. Engaged in mining en- 
gineering in various countries. Of 36, The Ridgway, Golder's 
Green, London. Died Sept. 7, 1946. (Shreu'sbury Sch. Reg.; 
King's Coll. Adm. Reg.) 

GEOGHEGAN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Sr John's, June 28, 
1824. B. at St Anne's, Jamaica, West Indies. Did not 
reside. Not in Caribbeana. 

GEORGE, CHARLES. .\dm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, 
June 10, 1802. S. of Augustus, Esq. B. at Enfield, Middlesex. 
Matric. Michs. 1802; Scholar; B..-\. i8o6; Tsl.\. 1809. 
Ord. deacon (Ely) Apr. 10, i8o8; priest (Bristol) Apr. 4, 
1813; C. of Longstanton, Cambs., 1808. R. of Little Wicken, 
Essex, 1814-56. Married, Nov. 13, 1806, AmeUa Butcher. 
Lived latterly at 4, Vale Place, Stoke-next-Guildford, Surrey, 
where he died May 16, 1868. Father of the next. (St John's 
Coll. Adm. IV. 266; Foster, Index Eccles.; Clergy List; Crock- 
ford; Scott, MSS.; The Guardian, May 20, 186S.) 

GEORGE, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 24, 1827. 
S. and h. of Charles (above), R. of Little Wicken, Essex. 
B. at Cambridge. School, Halstead (Mr Ewe). Matric. Michs. 
1827. Migrated to Sidney, Oct. 13, 1828. Left, owing to 
ill-health, 1829. Re-adm. at St John's, Oct. 8, 1831; 35^^ 
Wrangler, 1832; B.A. 1833; M.A. 1838. 

GEORGE, CHARLES BOUGHTON. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Oct. 12, 1835. Of Middlesex. Matric. Lent, 1836. Migrated 
to Jesus, June 24, 1836; B.A. 1840. 

GEORGE, ERIC JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 1898. 
S. of John (1862), V. of St John's, Cherry Hinton, Cambs. 
B. [Oct. 7, 1878] at UUenhall, Warws. School, Clifton 
College. Matric. Michs. 1898; B..\. 1901; M.A. 1905. Ord. 
deacon (Bristol) 1907; priest (Bath and Wells) 1911; C. of 
St Paul's, Bedminster, Somerset, 1907-9. C. (to his father) 
at Bathampton, 1909-12. C. of Wendy, Cambs., 1913-16. 
Perm, to ofi. dios. Ely and St Asaph, 1919-22. C. of Quarry 
Bank, Staffs., 1925-6. C. of St John-the-Evangelist, Hol- 
lington, 1926-9. P.C. of Garway, Heref., 1929-37. V. of 
Frampton, Dorset, 1937-S. Resided latterly at Weston- 
super-Mare. (Clifton Coll. Reg.; Crochford.) 

GEORGE, FRANK HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1890. S. of T. P. B. at Gt Yarmouth. School, Gt 
Y'armouth. Matric. Michs. 1890; Scholar; B.A. 1893; M.A. 
igog. Ord. deacon (St Albans) 189S; priest, 1S99. Assistant 
\laster at Durston House School, Ealing, for two years; at 



George, Prince 

Berkhamsted School, 1898-1901. Chaplain at The Grange, 
Folkestone, 1901-6. Assistant Master at Hurstpierpoint 
College, 1906-13. Head Master of King's College, Taunton, 
1913-19; of All Saints' School, Bloxham, Oxon., 1919-25. 
R. of Graveley, Herts., 1925-6. R. of Hemingford Abbots, 
Hunts., 1926-30. R. of Brampton, 1930-7. R. of Orton 
Longue\'ille, 1937-40. R. of Elton, 1940-44. (Crockford; 
Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

GEORGE, HENRY BERRIDGE. .\dm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 13, 1881. S. of Thomas, of Harlow, Essex. B. [Oct. 30, 
1861], at Bythorn, Hunts. School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 
1881; B.A. 1890. Ord. deacon (Wakefield) 1893; priest, 
1895; C. of Birkenshaw, Yorks., 1S93-8. C. of Dewsburj', 
1898-9. R. of St John-tbe-Baptist, Buenos Aires, Argen- 
tina, 1899-1905. C. of Long Ditton, Surrey, 1906-8. C. of 
Yiewsley, Middlesex, 1908-13. C. of Halstead, Essex, 
1914-17. C. of St James's, Walthamstow, 1917-19. Lie. pr., 
dio. London, 1919-24. C. of St Bartholomew's, Bethnal 
Green, 1924-6. Died Sept. 23, 1931, at Reading. Probably 
brother of Thomas J. (1875). (Repton Sch. Reg., where he 
is wrongly called s. of Rev. J., of Deeping St James; Scott, 
MSS.; The Guardian, Oct. 9, 1931.) 

GEORGE, HOWARD TREVELYAN. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 
1894. S. of John Evan, of Cardiff. B. [Oct. 3, 1873], at 
Hirwain, S. Wales. School, Cardiff College, and at University 
College of S. Wales. Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897; M.A. 
1905. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P. Senior Chief Assistant, X-ray 
Department, St Bartholomew's Hospital. Practised in 
Cardiff. Died Jan. 31, 1929, at Margate. (Venn, 11. 538; 
Scott, MSS.; Medical Directories; The limes, Feb. 2, 1929.) 

GEORGE, JAMES HEBER. .\dm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 12, 
1876. S. of James, surgeon [later clerk (St Bees), 1858; V. of 
Pentney, Norfolk, and Harriett]. Bapt. Sept. 5, 1857, at 
Carlisle. School, King Edward's, Birmingham (Mr A. R. 
Vardy, M.A.). Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1883. 
Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1881; priest, 1882; C. of St Paul's, 
Forebridge, Staffs., 1881-4. C. of Stoke-on-Trent, 1885- 
1900. V. of Chesterton, Newcastle-under-Lyme, 1900-27. V. 
of St Thomas's, Butterton, 1927-35. Residing at Colwyn 
Bay in 1947. Brother of Leonard S. (1887) and Reginald C. 
(1879). (Crockford.) 

GEORGE, The Rev. JAMES PAYN. M.A. 1785. Adm. pens, at 
Emmanuel, July 4, 1785, from Christ Church, Oxford, 
whence he had matric. Nov. 29, 1766, age 17. S. of Josiah, 
gent., of Birmingham. B.A. (Oxford) 1770. Died Aug. 18, 
1832, at Greenwich. (Al. Oxon.; G. Mag., 1832, 11. 482.) 

GEORGE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 6, 1836. Of 
Northants. [Youngers.of John, Esq. , of Bythorn, Thrapston. 
School, Uppingham.] Matric. Michs. 1836; B.A. 1840; M.A. 
1843. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 20, 1840; priest, June 6, 
1841; V. of Quadring, Lines., 1840. V. of Deeping St James, 
1841-98. Died there Mar. 31, 1898. (Uppingham Sch. Roll; 
Scott, MSS.; Clergy List; Crockford; hhe Times, Apr. 2, 
1S98.) 

GEORGE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 3, 1862. S. of 
John, draper, of Derby [and Elizabeth]. B. there [Sept. 26, 
1843]. [School, Repton.] Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 1866; 
M.A. 1869. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) 1867; priest, 1868; 
C. of St Michael's, Bristol, 1867-73 and 1886-93. V. of 
UUenhall, Warws., 1873-8. V. of St John-the-EvangeUst, 
Hollington, Staffs., 187S-86. C.-in-charge of St John's, 
Cherry Hinton, Cambs., 1893-7; V. there, 1897-1903. V. of 
Bathampton, Somerset, 1908-12. V. of Wendy with Shingay, 
Cambs., 1913-16. Lived latterly at St Leonards-on-Sea, 
where he died Jan. 23, 1929. Father of Eric J. (1898). 
(Repton Sch. Reg.; Crockford; The Times, Jan. 26, 1929.) 

GEORGE, JOHN EDWARD BEAUCHAMP. Matric. Non-CoU. 
Lent, 1872. S. of David, confectioner [and Charlotte]. B. at 
Cheltenham, Gloucs. Bapt. Feb. 24, 1847. Migrated to 
St John's, Apr. 25, 1876; B..\. 1880; M.A. 1883. Ord. deacon 
(Gloucester) 1872; priest, 1873; C. of Temple, Bristol, 1872-8. 
C. of Emmanuel Church, Clifton, 1879-80. V. of St George's, 
Douglas, Isle of Man, 1880-91. Died suddenly May 12, 1891, 
aged 45, when walking in a lane near his residence, in the 
Isle of Man. (Crockford; The Guardian, May 20, 1891.) 

GEORGE, LEONARD STEPHEN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Sept. 25, 1887. [Youngest] s. of J. [James, sometime V. of 
Pentney and West Bilney], clerk, of Arthur House, Car- 
penter Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham. [B. 1866. School, 
Shrewsbury.] Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890. Tea-planter 
at Neggu Ting, Upper Assam, India. Died Jan. 4, 1908, at 
Dolaguri, Letekujan. Brother of Reginald C. (1879) and of 
James H. (1876). (Scott, MSS.; Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; The 
Times, Jan. 10, 1908.) 

GEORGE, Prince (Duke of Cornwall and York). Hon. LL.D., 
1S94. Afterwards H.M. King George V. 



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George, Reginald Cecil 

GEORGE, REGINALD CECIL. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 9, 
1879. S. of James [clerk, V. of Pentney, Norfolk], of 33, Car- 
penter Road, Edgbastoa, Birmingham. B. [May 12], 1859, 
at Llanwnda, Pembs. School, King Edward's, Birmingham 
(Mr Vardy). Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1886. 
Ord. deacon (Durham) 1883; priest, 1884; C. of Sedgefield, 
Durham, 1S83-5. C. of Church of the Ven. Bede, Monk 
Wearmouth, 1885-92. C. of Boldon, 1892-4. R. of St James- 
the-Less, Gateshead, 1894-1906. V. of Coniscliffe, 1906-29; 
resigned. Died Aug. i, 1929. Brother of James H. (1876) 
and Leonard S. (1887). (Crockford; The Guardian, Aug. 16, 
1929.) 

GEORGE, The Rev. RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity H.-^ll, 
Apr. 22, 1806. Previously matric. from Magdalen Hall, 
Oxford, Nov. 25, 1799, age 20. Of Feckenham, near Alcester, 
Warws. [S.of Richard, gent., of Worcester.] Matric. Easter, 
1806; LL.B. 1807. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) Sept. 18, 1802; 
priest, Aug. 2, 1807. Assistant Master at King's School, 
Worcester, 1809-13. R. of St Clement's, Worcester, 1812-14. 
P.C. of Stoke-Prior, Worcs., 1814-35. V. of Wolverley, 
1835-8. Died .■\pr. 12, 1838. (Al. Oxon.; A. Macdonald; 
Foster, Index Ecctes.; Clergy List.) 

GEORGE, RUPERT DENNIS (or DENIS). Adm. FeU.-Com. at 
St John's, July 8, 1815. S. and h. of Sir Rupert, Bart., of 
Middlesex. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1S15. Succeeded 
as 2nd Bart., 1823. Provincial Secretary of Nova Scotia. 
C.B. Died Mar. 1856, when the baronetcy became extinct. 
(Harrow Sch. Reg.; Burke, P. and B., 1855; Baronetage, 
1835.) 

GEORGE, STEPHEN. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897. 

GEORGE, THOMAS JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Oct. I, 1875. S. of Thomas, Esq. B. [Apr. 1853], at Bythom, 
Hunts. School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1875. Died 
Mar. 1920. Probably brother of Henry B. (1881). [Upping- 
ham Sch. Roll) 

GEOPyjE, Prince WILLIAM FREDERICK CHARLES, see 
CAMBRIDGE, Duke of. 

GEORGE, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Peterhouse, 
Nov. 10, 1S18, from Wadham College, Oxford, whence he 
had matric. Mar. 9, 1814, age 18. S. of William, clerk 
[possibly WUham, V. of N. Petherton; see Al. Oxon.'], of 
Cannington, Somerset. School, Blundell's, Tiverton. Matric. 
Michs. 181S; LL.B. 1820. R. of Spaxton, Somerset, 1833-46. 
Died suddenly in the pulpit, Jan. 18, 1846, after giving out 
the text of a funeral sermon. Father of William H. S. (1842). 
(Blundell's Sch. Reg.; Al. Oxon.; Foster, Index Eccles.; 
Clergy List; T. A. Walker, 405; G. Mag., 1846, i. 328.) 

GEORGE, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H., 
Oct. 10, 1S84. B. Feb. 19, 1863. Matric. Michs. 1884; B..-\. 
1887; M.A. 1896. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 1889; priest, 1890; 
C. of Watlington, Oxon., 18S9-93. C. of St John-the- 
Evangelist, Torquay, 1893-5. C. of St Andrew's, Wells Street, 
London, W., 1893-1903. C. of Southgate, London, 1903-4. 
C. of Holy Trinity, Kensington Gore, 1904-5. C. of St Peter's, 
Eaton Square, 1905-9. C. of Whitchurch, Oxon., 1909-10. 
C. of Bushey, Herts., 1910-11. R. of Burghfield, Berks., 
1911-23. R. of Hitcham, Bucks., 1923-30. Died May 13, 
1930. (Crockford; The Times, May 14, 1930.) 

GEORGE, WILLIAM HENRY SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, June 25, 1S42. Of Somerset. [Doubtless s. of 
William Henry (1818), R. of Spaxton. B. 1822 or 1823. 
School, Blundell's, Tiverton.] (Blundell's Sch. Reg.) 

GEPP, ANTONY. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 11, 1881. 
S. of Edward Francis [Wadham College, Oxford], V. of High 
Easter, Essex [and Eliza Jemima Mary]. B. there [1862]. 
Bapt. June 8, 1862. School, Felsted. Matric. Michs. 1881; 
Exhibitioner; B.A. 1884; M..\. 1888. Sometime .Assistant- 
Keeper in the British Museum (Nat. Hist.). Of 8, Ennerdale 
Road, Kew Gardens, Surrey, in 1931. Brother of the next. 
(Al. Felsled; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families.) 

GEPP, EDWARD. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 9, 1874. S. 
of Edward Francis, V. of High Easter, Essex [and Eliza 
Jemima Mary]. B. there [Mar. 19, 1855]. School, Felsted. 
Matric. Michs. 1874; Exhibitioner; B..\. 1878; M..\. 1883. 
Ord. deacon (Barbados) 1879; priest, 1881. .Assistant 
Master at Harrison College, and C. of St Michael's Cathedral, 
Barbados, 1879-81. Assistant Master at Felsted School, 
Essex, 1882-1903. C. of Felsted, 1892-5. V. of High 
Easter, 1903-16. Author, An Essex Dialect Dictionary. Died 
July 31, 1929, at Bournemouth. Brother of the above. 
(Al. Felsted; Schoolmasters' Directories; Scott, MSS.; Fox- 
Davies, Armorial Families; The Times, Aug. 3 and 13, 1929.) 

GERARD [NATHANIEL]. Adm. sizar at Pembroke, June 18, 
1756. S. of Nathaniel (1727), clerk. Matric. Easter, 1756. 
Ord. priest (Norivich) Dec. 26, 1769; 'of Pembroke College.' 



Gery, Charles 

V. of Waxham and Palling, Norfolk, 1769 (these benefices are 
wrongly assigned to his father in Al. Cant., Pt I). A 's. of 
Nathaniel, clerk, of Walcot, Norfolk,' matric. from Magdalen 
Hall, Oxford, May 3, 1800, age 35. 

GERDS, GEORGE FORTUNATO. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
.\pr. 16, 1S85. S. of Mrs Gerds, of 6, Queen's Terrace, 
Southampton. [School, Chfton College.] Matric. Michs. 
1885. Served in the South African War (Imperial Light 
Infantry; Western Province Mounted Rifles; and in the 
A.S.C.). Died 1914, in S. Africa. (Clifton Coll. Reg.) 

GERIA, GOCULDAS HEMCHAND. Matric. Non-CoU. Easter, 
1893. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. 14, 1894. 

GERLACH, WILLIAM MacARTHUR. Adm. sizar at Queens', 

June 30, 1851. Matric. Michs. 1851. 

GERMAN, RICHARD PRESCOTT. Adm. pens, at St John's, 

Mar. 16, i8ig. [B. Dec. 23, 1800, at UphoUand, Lanes. 
S. of Richard Fisher, and Anne. dan. of the Rev. R. Prescott, 
V. of Upholland.] Kept 3 terms. (T. H. Gaskell.) 

GERMAS, CLAUDIUS. .Adm. sizar at St John's, Jan. 28, 1832. 
B. in France. Matric. Lent, 1833. 'Teacher of the French 
Language to the University,' 1832-5. Died Jan. 23, 1835, 
aged 45, at Cambridge. (G. Mag., 1835, i. 331.) 

GEROLD (post SINCLAIR-GEROLD), GEORGE LfeON. Matric. 
Non-Coil, from .Ayerst H. Easter, 1888. Adm. at Caius, 
Jan. 14, 1889. S. of Gottlieb Goldfarb, rabbi, of Haivoron, 
Russia. B. there [Oct. 25], 1862. Educated in Russia and 
at Breslau. B..A. 1891; Exhibitioner; Scholar; M..A. 1919- 
Assistant Librarian at St Deiniol's, Hawarden, 1894-8. Ord. 
deacon (Hereford) 1898; priest, 1900; C. of Thruxton, Heref., 
1898-1901. R. of Easthope, Salop, 1902-24. Lived latterly 
at Dorking. Took the name of Sinclair-Gerold on his mar- 
riage to Mrs Sinclair, widow of G. F. Sinclair, of Mey, 1923. 
Died Feb. 22, 1933. (Venn, u. 503; Scott, iV/5S.; Crockford.) ^ 

GERRALD, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Dec. 3, 
iSoo. S. of Joseph [barrister and political reformer, for whom 
see D.X.B.], of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, America. School, 
Charterhouse, London (not in Al. Carthus.). Doubtful if 
resided. .According to the D.N.B. he was 'taken under 
protection by Windham, then Secretary of War,' when his 
father was sent to Botany Bay, having been sentenced to 
14 years' transportation for sedition. 

GERRISH, FRANK WILFRED. .Adm. scholar at St Catha- 
rine's, 1898. S. of WiUiam Joseph. B. Dec. 25, 1880, at 
Basingstoke. Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901. 

GERSDORFF, Baron. Hon. LL.D. 1842. Saxon Minister. 

GERSTENBERG, ARNOLD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 13, 
iSSi. S. of Isidor, of 22, Park Square, Regent's Park, 
London. B. [Nov. 27], 1863, in London. School, University 
College, London. Matric. Michs. i88i; B..A. 1S84. His sister, 
Mrs Leonora Philipps, founded, in 1892, in accordance with 
his wishes, the University studentship which bears his name. 
[Univ. Coll. Sch. Reg.; Hist. Reg., 279.) 

GERVAIS, FRANCIS PETER. .Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 31, 
1877. S. of Francis John, of Cecil Manor, Co. Tyrone. 
B. there [Dec. iz], 185S. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1877; 
B.A. 1881. Lieut., Mid-Ulster ArtiUery-Militia, 1877. Called 
to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 19, 1888. Equity Draftsman 
and Conveyancer. Of Cecil Manor, Co. Tyrone. (Eton Sch. 
Lists; Army Lists; Law Lists, 1930.) 

GERVIS, GEORGE WILLIAM. .Adm. pens, at Queens', Michs. 
1894. S. of George. B. Feb. 1875, at Leeds. Matric. Michs. 
1894; B..A. 1897. Described (1897) as 'The Rev.' in Queens' 
Lists, but not found in Crockford, 1897-1936. Of 43, Somerset 
Road, Doncaster, in 1936. Died c. 1939. 

GERVIS, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 13, 1881. S. of 
Henry, M.D., of 40, Harley Street, London. B. [Nov. 28, 
1863], in London. School, Mill Hill (Dr We>^nouth). Matric. 
Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884; M..A. 1S88; .M.B. and B.C. 1889. At 
St Thomas's Hospital; House Surgeon. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 
1889. Practised at Bishop's Stortford. During the Great 
War, 1914-19, Capt. R..A.M.C.; in France (20th Gen. Hos- 
pital). Author, Arms andthe Doctor. Of 14, Stanford Avenue, 
Brighton. Mayor of Brighton, 1906-7. Died Oct. 13, 1941. 
[Who's Who, 1942; Medical Directories; Army Lists; Mill 
Htll Sch. Reg.; The Times, Oct. 15, 1941.) 

GERY, CHARLES. .Adm. pens, at Clare, July 8, 1758. B. at 
Welboum, Lines. .Matric. Michs. 1759; B.A. 1763; M.A. 
1766. R. of Haceby, Lines., 1764-1813. R. of Sapperton, 
1 775-1 8 1 3. Resident at Grantham, 1780. R. of Toynton 
St Peter, 1784-1820. Died 1820. (Burke, L.G., 1848, 463; 
P. B. G. Binnall.) 

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Gery, Charles Robert Wade 

GERY, CHARLES ROBERT WADE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel , 
Mar. 25, 1857. [S. and h. of Robert Wade-Gery (1820), R. of 
Colmworth, Hunts. B. Sept. 22, 1838. School, Uppingham.] 
Matric. Michs. 1857; B.A. 1861; M.A. 1865. Of Wornditch 
Hall, St Neots, Hunts. J. P. for Beds. Married Emily, dau. of 
Major James Hayes, 5th Dragoon Guards, May 23, 1871. 
Died May 26, 1911, at Wornditch Hall. Father of Robert T. 
(1895). (Burke, L.G., 1925; The Times, May 30, 1911.) 
GERY, HUGH (1778 and 1815), st'£ V/ADE-GERY. 
GERY, HUGH WADE. Adm. pens, at E.mmanuel, May 22, 
1854. Of Beds. [2nd s. of WiUiam Hugh [Wade-Gery (1813)], 
of Bushmead Priorv. B. Jan. 23, 1836. Matric. Michs. 1854. 
Resided latterly near Colchester. Died Dec. 24, 1915. 
Brother of WiUiam H. W. (1851). (C. R. Wade-Gery; Burke, 
L.G.) 
GERY, ROBERT (1820), see WADE-GERY. 
GERY, ROBERT TOWNEND WADE (1895), see WADE-GERY. 
GERY, THOMAS (1820), see WADE-GERY. 
GERY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Clare, July 8, 1758. B. at 

Bushmead, Eaton-Socon, Hunts. 
GERY, WILLIAM HUGH (1813), see WADE-GERY. 
GERY, WILLIAM HUGH WADE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
June 10, 1851. Of Bedfordshire. [S. and h. of WilUam Hugh 
Wade-Gery (181 3), of Bushmead Priory.] B. Aug. 5, 1832, 
School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1851. Of Bushmead 
Priory, Beds. Married Aug. 27, 1862, Rebecca, dau. of John 
Hardwicke. Died Aug. 15, 1917. Brother of Hugh W. (1854). 
(Burke, L.G.\ Uppingham Sch. Reg.) 
GETHING, HERBERT. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1880. S. 
[and h.] of Edward Lyttleton, Esq., of Springfield, Newport, 
Mon. B. Mar. 8, 1856. School, Cheltenham College. Matric. 
Michs. 1880; B.A. 1884. Adm. at the Inner Temple, May 6, 
1881. Called to the Bar, June 17, 1885. Residing at Aber- 
gavenny, in 1911. Died Aug. 4, 1933, at Coed Glas, Aber- 
gavenny. {Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; The Times, Aug. 8, 1933.) 
GHARPUREY, HARI GANPAT RAO. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 17, 1898. S. of Ganpat Rao Malhar, Government 
Ser\-ant [died 1896]. B. May 2, 1878, at Tirora, Bhandara, 
Nagpur, Central Provinces. School, Calcutta Presidency 
College (Mr F. Rowe). Matric. Michs. 1898; Scholar, 1900; 
B.A. (yth Wrangler) -ifjoi. Appointed to I. C.S., 1900. Served 
in Madras as Assistant Collector and Magistrate; Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate, 1910; Collector and District 
Magistrate, 1922; retired, 1924. (I.C.S. Lists.) 
GHAZANFAR, ALI KHAN (1895), see KHAN, GHAZANFAR. 
GHICA, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Aug. 28, 1874. 
[S. of Prince Ion, of Roumania.] School, Wellington College. 
Did not reside. Appointed to the Bar at Bucharest. President 
of the Tribunal of Civil Court; retir d, 1893. Brother of the 
ne.xt. (Wellington Coll. Reg.) 
GHICA, DEMETRIUS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 30, 1866. 
[S. and h. of Prince Ion, of Roumania.] B. [Mar. 25], 1848, 
at Bucharest. School, Welhngton College. Matric. Michs. 
1867; B.A. 1871; M.A. 1882. Succeeded his father. Member 
of the Roumanian Chamber of Deputies, 1876-83. Secretary 
to the Roumanian Legation at BerUn, 18S3. Counsellor of 
the Legation, 1888. President of the Council of Ministers in 
Roumania, 1888. Secretary-General of the Roumanian 
Foreign Office, 1896-7. Roumanian Minister Plenipotentiary 
at Athens, 1S97-1905. Member of the Roumanian Senate, 
1906-10. Died Oct. 11, 1914, at Bucharest. Brother of the 
above. {Wellington Coll. Reg.; The Times, Oct. 17, 1914.) 
GHOSE, ARAVINDA ACROYD. Adm. scholar at King's, 
Oct. II, 1890. [S. of Dr Krishnadhau, of Khulna, Bengal. 
B. Aug. 15, 1872, at Calcutta.] School, St Paul's. Matric. 
Michs. 1890; Scholar; (Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1892); 
Prizeman. Adm. to I.C.S. , 1890. In the educational service 
of the Maharajah Gaekwar of Baroda, 1903-5. Resigned in 
order to carry on political propaganda. Arrested, 1908, in 
connection with bomb discoveries in Calcutta. Professor of 
EngUsh and Vice-Principal of Baroda College. Author, 
Essays on the Gita; Ideal of Human Unity; National Educa- 
tion; War and Self -Determination; Evolution; Renaissance in 
India; Yoga and Its Objects; Brain of India; The Mother: 
The Riddle, etc. Of 28, Rue Francois Martin, Pondicherry, 
in 1941. {King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; St Paul's Sch. Reg.; Who's 
Who.) 
GHOSE, HEM CHANDRA. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs., 1898; 
B.A. 1901. Called to the Bar, Gray's Inn, June 11, 1902. 
Practised in Calcutta, 1910-20-. {Law Lists.) 
GHOSE, NAGENDRA NATH. Adm. at Christ's, May 30, 1874. 
[S. and h. of Bhuggobutty Churn, Pleader of the High Court 
at Calcutta.] B. [1854], in Calcutta. School, Presidency 
College. Matric. Michs. 1874. .^dm. at the Middle Temple, 
Nov. 1873. Called to the Bar, June 28, 1876. Practised at 
the High Court of Calcutta. (Foster, Men at the Bar; Peile, 
II. 636; Law Lists.) 



GiBB, Thomas Augustus 

GHOSE, SARAT KUMAR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 
1899. [3rd] s. of Tarini Kumar [Insp. -General of Registra- 
tion, Bengal], of Dy-Magte, Ahpore, Calcutta. B. [July 3], 
1879, in Calcutta. School, Presidency College, Calcutta 
(B.A. (ist Class Hons.)). Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1903. 
Called to the Bar, Inner Temple. Joined the I.C.S.; served 
in Bengal and Behar as Assistant Magistrate and Collector. 
District and Sessions Judge, 1914. Puisne Judge, High 
Court, Calcutta, 1929-39. Knighted, 1938. Retired, 1939. 
Of 7, London Street, Calcutta, in 1942. {I.C.S. Lists (Ghosh) ; 
Who's Who.) 

GHOSH, BIMAL CHANDRA. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 19, 
1S96. S. of Gopal Chandra, retired clerk in the Government 
Ser\-ice, of Lucknow [and Saroda Chandra]. B. July 28, 
1874, at Allahabad. School, Canning College (Mr J. White) 
and at Muir Central College. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1898; 
M.A. 1902; M.B. and B.C. 1908. 

GHOSH or GHOSE, MAHIM CHANDRA. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, Oct. 8, 1900. S. of Nabin Chandra, deceased, 
and Digambari Rai. B. Jan. 20, 1880, in Bengal. School 
[Santosh Jahnavi and] Presidency College, Calcutta. B.A. 
(Calcutta Univ.). Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1911. 
Entered I.C.S., 1904. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1911. 
Served in Bengal as Assistant Magistrate and Collector, 
1904. Joint Magistrate and Deputy Collector, 191 1. District 
and Sessions Judge, 1916. Supt. and Remembrancer of 
Legal Affairs, 1927-30. Judge of High Court of Calcutta, 
1931-40. {Wlio's Wlio (Ghose); I.C.S. Lists.) 

GHOSH, NANDA LAL. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1879. Adm. 
pens, at Christ's, Jan. 31, 1880; Scholar. S. [and h.] of Hari 
Das Ghosh, Professor of Mathematics [at Behrampore College, 
Bengal]. B. [Jan. 29, 1S61], 'at Naikati on the Hugh.' 
Schools, Hugh, Berjampur and Presidency College; B.A. 
(Calcutta). Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 3, 1879. Called 
to the Bar, Nov. i, 1882. Advocate of the High Court, India. 
Married, Jan. 7, 1883, Ellen, 2nd dau. of William Grove, of 
Maida Hill, London. .Author, Indian Negotiable Instruments 
Acts. {Law Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar; Peile, 11. 671.) 

GHOSHA-MULLER, AKSHAYA KUMARA. Adm. at Trinity 
Hall, 1895. S. of Siddhessur, of Calcutta. School, Calcutta. 
Matric. Michs. 1895. 

GIBB, CHARLES COURTENAY. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1894. 
S. and h. of Charies John, M.D., of Sandyford Park, New- 
castle-on-Tyne. B. there Feb. lo, 1875. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897; M.A. 1901. Farmed in 
Yorkshire. Died Jan. 14, 1907. {Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

GIBB (post HUGHES-GIBB), FRANCIS HUGHES. Adm. pens, 
at Trinity, June 7, 1S76. S. of Charles John [Col., R.E.], 
of Woodlands, Harrow. B. [Feb. 20, 1857], at Woolwich. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1876; Scholar, 1879; B.A. 
(Class. Trip., ist Class) 1880; M.A. 1883. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, May 22, 1883. Called to the Bar, July 7, 1886. 
J. P. for Dorset and Cardigans, .•\ssumed the name of Hughes- 
Gibb, June 14, 1882. Of Tarrant Gunville Manor House, 
Blandford, Dorset. Died Mar. 13, 1917. Brother of Malcolm 
C. (1879). (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Changes of Name; Law Lists.) 

GIBB, HAROLD PACE. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i, 1897. 
S. of James, insurance broker [of Elsham Road, Kensington]. 
B. Jan. 19, 1878, in London. School, St Paul's. Matric. 
Michs. 1897; Exhibitioner; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., xst Class) 
1900; M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1904. F.R.C.S., 1906. M.B. 
and B.C. 1907. At St Bartholomew's Hospital; House Surgeon 
there. House Physician, Hospital for Paralysis. Surgeon, 
Central London Ophthalmic Hospital; Ophthalmic Surgeon, 
Victoria Hospital, Chelsea. During the Great War, 1914-19, 
Capt., R.-^.M.C. Of 53, Harley Street, London, W., in 1943. 
Brother of WiUiamN. (1895) (Medical Directories; St Paul's 
Sch. Reg.) 

GIBB, MALCOLM COUPER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 4, 
1879. [2nd] s. of [Colonel] Charles John, [R.E.], of Meadow 
Lodge, Twickenham. B. Jan. 22,1861, at Southgate, Middlesex. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1879; LL.B. 1883. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 8, 1880. Joined the I.C.S., 
1879. Assistant Collector and Magistrate, Broach, Bombay, 
1881. Collector and Magistrate at Ahmedabad, 1895-1900; 
in the Dhawar district, 1900-5. Commissioner, 1905-11. 
Retired, Oct. 1911. Died Mar. 12, 1938, at The Old Park, 
Axminster, Devon. Brother of Francis H. (1876). (Harrow 
Sch. Reg.; I.C.S. Lists; Who was Who, 1929-40; The Times, 
Mar. 14, 1938.) 

GIBB, THOMAS AUGUSTUS. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Apr. 20, 1893. Of Beckenham. S. of Lieut. -Col. W. E., 
deceased. B. Dec. 10, 1868, at Clevedon, Somerset. Schools, 
St Leonards and Dulwich. Matric. Michs. 1893. 



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GiBB, William Henry 

GIBB, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Downing, 
July 31, 1868. [Youngest s. of Alexander, merchant], of 
89, Harley Street, Cavendish Square, London. [B. 1825.] 
Matric. Michs. 1868; B.A. 1873; M.A. 1876. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Apr. 22, 1870, 'age 45.' Called to the Bar, 
Nov. 17, 1873. On the Western Circuit. Practised m Bristol. 
Of Oak Hurst, Leigh Woods, Clifton, in 1885. {Lmc Lists; 
Foster, Men at the Bar.) 
GIBB, WILLIAM NIMMO. Adm. at C.\ius, Oct. i, 1895. S. of 
James [and Helen Nimmo], of Notting Hill, W. B. [Jan. 31, 
1876], at Levvisham, Kent. School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 
1895; Scholar, 1896-8; B.A. (25;/! Wrangler) 1898; LL.B. 
1899. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 1901. Equity 
Draftsman and Conveyancer. Latterly in business ; a member 
of Llovd's. Director of Bray, Gibb and Co. Ltd. Of 38, Lad- 
brooke Grove, London, W., in I939- Died Jan. 8, 1944. 
Brother of Harold P. {1S97). {St Paul's Sch. Reg.; Venn, 
11. 543; Law Lists; The Times, Jan. lo, I944-) 
GIBBARD, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 8, 1792. 
[2nd] s. of William, Esq., of Sharnbrook, Beds. School, 
Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1793; B.A. 1797- Receiver-General 
and Deputv Lieut, of Beds. Major in Beds. Mihtia; Com- 
mandant, ist Batt. J.P. for Beds. Married, Dec. 181 1, 
Mary, dan. of Leonard Hampson, and had issue. Died Jan. 4, 
1849, at Sharnbrook. Buried there. M.I. erected by 'the 
wife he loved most truly for 36 years.' {St John's Coll. Adm., 
IV. 267; Rugby Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G., I939-) 
GIBBARD-STILEMAN, LEONARD (1875), see STILEMAN, 

LEONARD GIBBARD. 
GIBBENS, CHARLES MANBY. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H., 
Oct. 10, 1S85. B. Nov. 24, 1865. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 
1888; M.A. 1892. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1894; priest, 
1896; C. of St George's, Battersea, 1894-6. C. of All Saints', 
Plurastead, 1S96-1900. C. of Darenth, Kent, 1902-32. 
Lived latterly at Twickenham, where he died Dec. 31, 1935, 
aged 70. {Crockford; The Times, Jan. 3, 1936.) 
GIBBENS, The Rev. FREDERICK. Adm. sizar at Corpus 
Christi, Mav 28, 1855; a 'Ten-year man.' Of Somerset. 
Educated at'St Bees. Matric. Lent, 1869; B.D. {Stat. Eli:.) 
1870. C. of Christ Church, Heaton Norris, Lanes., 1847-9. 
C. of Haigh, 1851-2. C. of St Thomas's, Dudley, Worcs., 
1853-4. Chaplain, R.N.; H.M.S. Havannah, Pacific, 1857-60; 
Orlando, 1863; Asia, 1864-6-; Arethusa, i868-g; Cambridge, 
1869-72; Black Prince, 1874; Aurora, 1876-7. Lived latterly 
at Chignal, Essex. Disappears from CcocA/ord, 1893. Doubt- 
less brother of the next. {Clergy List.) 
GIBBENS, The Rev. WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, 
Jan. 8, 1855; a 'Ten-vear man.' Of Somerset. Educated at 
St Bees. Matric. Lent, 1868; B.D. (Stat. Eliz.) 1869. Ord. 
deacon (Lichfield) 1847; priest, 1848; C. of Emmanuel 
Chapel, Swadlincote, Derbs., 1847-9. C. of St Paul's, 
Wemeth, Ches., 1850. C. o* Bridestowe, Devon, 1850-9. 
C. of S. Perrott, Dorset and Stoke Damerel, Devon, i860. 
R. of Chignal Smealey, Essex, 1864-94. Lived latterly at 
Dorking. Disappears from Crockford, 1905. Doubtless 
brother of the above. {Clergy List.) 
GIBBERD, WILLIAM WATSON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1894. S. of James, of The Red Cottage, South Park, 
Sevenoaks. B. [Jan. 8], 1S76, at Sevenoaks. School, Leys, 
Cambridge (Dr Moulton). Matric. Michs. 1894; Scholar, 
1895 ; {6th Wrangler, 1897; Law Trip., Pt II, ist Class, 1898) ; 
B.A. 1897; LL.B. 1898. 
GIBBES, FRANCIS. B.A., incorp. from Oxford, 1758; M.A. 
from King's, 175S. S. of Francis, clerk, of Huish, Wilts. 
Matric. (age 19) from Queen's College, Oxford, Nov. 18, 1736; 
B..\. (Oxford) 1740. V. of Belton, Leics., -1758. R. of 
Appleby, 1758-. {Al. Oxon.; Cant. Act Bk.) 
GIBBES, GEORGE SMITH. Adm. pens, at Downing, Apr. 22, 
1826; Fell. -Com. July 3, 1829. [S. of George, physician, of 
Bath, for whom see D.N.B. B. Mar. 22, 1809. Bapt. Mar. 19, 
1819, at Bathwick, Somerset.] Matric. Michs. 1829. Entered 
the H.E.I.C.S., 1830. Died July 16, 1833, in .Madras, by a fall 
from his horse. Brother of the next. (J. Rennie; Mayo and 
Eton Families, 473.) 
GIBBES, HENEAGE. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Caius, Oct. 17, 
1822; from Trinity College, Oxford, whence he had matric. 
July 5, 1820. ist s. of Sir George [Smith], F.R.S. [for whom 
see D.N.B.], physician to Queen Charlotte. B. [1802], at 
Bath. Migrated to Downing, Oct. 29, 1823. Matric. Michs. 
1823; M.B. 1826; Med. Lie. 1829. Inceptor-candidate, Royal 
College of Physicians, June 25, 1820. Ord. deacon, 1834; 
priest, 1835; C. of Berrow, Somerset, -1841-. C. of Hutton, 
1843-7. P.C. of All Saints', Sidmouth, 1847-70. R. of 
Bradstone, Devon, 1S70-83. Married, Oct. 23, 1834, Mar- 
garetta, dan. of John Murray, R.N., of Widcombe, Bath. 
Author, Sermons, etc. Botanist. Discovered Euphorbia 
pilosa. Lived latterly at Mutley, Plymouth, where he died 
Mar. 18, 1887. Brother of the above. {Venn, 11. 191; Al. 



Gibbon, Charles Henry 

Oxon.; Clergy List; Crockford; Index of Botanists; The 
Guardian, Mar. 30, 1887; P. B. G. Binnall.) 
GIBBES, PHILIP. Adm. Fell. -Com. at St John's, Jan. 26, I774- 
[FUicr s. of Philip (later Bart.), of Old Alresford, Hants., 
Springhead, Barbados, and of Faiklev, Oxon., and .\gnes, 
dau. of Samuel Osborne.] Matric. Michs. i775- Member of 
the Council of Barbados. Married, Mar. 18 or 19, 1807, 
Sarah Maria, dau. of Robert Knipe, of New Lodge, Berk- 
hamsted. Died v.p. Dec. 14, 1812. Brother of the next. 
(.S'; John's Coll. Adm., iv. 267; Burke, P. and B., 1940; 
Burke, Colonial Gentry; G.E.C.; G. Mag., 1807, i. 276 and 
1812, II. 596; Caribbeana, in. 22.) 
GIBBES, SAMUEL OSBORNE. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St John's, 
Jan. 26, 1774. Of America. [2nd s. of Philip (later Bart.), of 
Springhead, Barbados, and ."^gnes, dau. of Samuel Osborne, 
of Barbados.] Receiver-General of Grenada. Married 
Miss Bishop, of Exeter. Died v.p. Jan. 1807, in Grenada. 
Brother of the above; father of the next. {St John's Coll. 
Adm., IV. 267; G. Mag., 1807, i. 276; Burke, P. and B., 1940; 
Caribbeana, 11. 216 and v. 154.) 
GIBBES (post OSBORNE-GIBBES), Sir SAMUEL OSBORNE, 
Bart. .\dm. Fell. -Com. at St John's, Dec. 15, 1820. Of Devon. 
S. and h. of Samueil Osborne (above), B. Aug. 27, 1803. 
Succeeded his grandfather, Philip, as 2nd Bart., June, 1815. 
Ensign, 92nd Foot, Dec. 27, 1819; placed on half-pay Mar. 30, 
1820. Assumed the additional surname of Osborne (no date 
recorded). Married (i) Sept. 28, 1825, Margaret, dau. of 
Henry Moore, of Cremorgan, Queen's Co., Ireland, and had 
issue; (2) 1848, Anne, dau. of Richard Penny, of Dorsetshire, 
and had issue. In the 96th Regt. A.D.C. to Governor of 
Nova Scotia. Went to New Zealand ; settled at Waangarei. 
Member of Legislative Council, 1855-63. Died Nov. 13, 
1874. (Burke, P. and B.; G.E.C.; Boase, v. 399; St John's 
Coll. Adm. Reg., iv., 267; Diet, of New Zealand Biography.) 
GIBBINGS, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Magd.\lene, Apr. 16, 
1833. [Probably 2nd s. of Bartholomew, Esq., of Gibbings 
Grove, Cork; adm. to Trinity College, DubUn, Nov. 5, 1832, 
age 16. B. at Cork. Barrister (Irish Bar). Married Sarah, 
dau. of G. Sandes, of SaUowglen, and had issue. Died 1881.] 
(Burke, L.G. of Ireland, which gives name William only; 
.Al. Dubl., which gives William Robert.) 
GIBBINGS, WILLIAM THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
/\ug. 17, 1S97. S. of Henry Whipple, gent., of Southampton 
[and Frances Mary King]. B. Oct. 29, 1S78, at West Gate, 
Chichester. School, Clifton College. Matric. Michs. 1897; 
B.A. 1900; M.A. 1904. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1902; priest, 
1903; C. of St Mary's, Peterborough, 1902-6. P.-in-charge 
of Holy Trinity, Northampton, 1906-7; V. there, 1907-18. 
R. of Boddington, 1918-47-. {Clifton Coll. Reg.; Crockford.) 
GIBBINS, HENRY THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 21) at Clare, 
.Apr. I, 1841. S. of John Nicholson. B. in London. School, 
king's' College, Loudon. Migrated to Trinity, July 2, 1841. 
Matric. Michs. 1841; Scholar, 1844; B..'^. {22nd Wrangler) 
1845; M.A. 1848. Ord. deacon (Salisbury) 1S47; priest, 1848; 
C. of Folke, Dorset, 1847-8. Chaplain of Trinity College, 
1849-53 and 1859-64. C. of Holy Trinity, Cambridge, 1850. 
R. of Papworth-Everard, Cambs., 1852-62. V. of second 
mediety of Darfield, Yorks., 1862-6. Died Aug. 7, 1866, 
aged 46, at Weston-super-Mare. {Clergy List ; The Guardian, 
Aug. 15, 1866.) 
GIBBINS, NORMAN MARTIN. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1900. 
[3rd] s. of John George, architect, of 3, Vernon Terrace, 
Brighton. B. Oct. 15, 1882, at Molesworth House, Palace 
Place, Brighton. School, Repton (exhibitioner). Matric. 
Michs. 1900; Scholar; B.A. {12th Wrangler) 1903; M.A. 1909. 
Assistant Master at St John's School, Leatherhead, 1906; 
at Newport Grammar School, Salop, Jan.-July, 1907; at 
St John's, Leatherhead, 1907-8. Senior Maths. Master at 
Victoria College, Jersey, 1908-12. Second Master, Central 
Foundation School, Cowper Street, London, 1912-22; Head 
Master, 1922-33. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut., 
R. Dublin Fusiliers and Gen. Staff; wounded). {School- 
masters' Directories; Univ. War List; C.U. Pari. Reg., 1939.) 
GIBBINS, WILLIAM [WATERHOUSE]. Adm. at King's, 
Oct. 8, 1887. [S. of WUliam, of Hewletts, near Cheltenham. 
Schools, King Edward's High School, Birmingham and 
Oliver's Mount School, Scarborough; also at Mason's Uni- 
versity College, Birmingham.] Matric. Michs. 1887; Exhibi- 
tioner, 1888; B..\. 1890; M..\. 1898. .\ssumed the additional 
Christian name of Waterhouse. Director of the Binningham 
Battery and Metal Co. Ltd., Selly Oak, Birmingham. Of 
Brockworth, near Gloucester, in 1939. (King's Coll. Adm. 
Reg.; C.U. Pari. Reg., i939-) 
GIBBON, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 6, 1890. 
[S. of Septimus (1845), physician, of 39, Oxford Terrace, 
Hyde Park, London. B. July 21, 1872. School, St Paul's.] 
Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893. Adm. Solicitor, Aug. 1897. 
Of Messrs Gibbon and Moore, 32, Gt James Street, Bedford 
Row, London. (.S( Paul's Sch. Reg.; Law Lists.) 



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Gibbon, Edward Howard 

GIBBON, EDWARD HOWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 7, 1849. S. of Edward Howard, Norroy King of Arms, 
of Arundel, Sussex. B. Jan. 11, 1830, at Littlehampton, 
Sussex. School, .Marlborough College. Did not reside. Adm. 
at Bishop Hatfield's Hal], Durham; B..^. (Durham) 1853; 
LL.B. 1858. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 1853; priest, 1854; 
C. of Habergham Eaves, Lanes., 1853-4. R. of St Peter's, 
and P.C. of St Cuthbert's, Thetford, Norfolk, 1854-63. 
Died Aug. 15, 1863. (Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Clergy List; 
Crockford.) 

GIBBON, EDWARD LLEWELLYN LLOYD. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, June 25, 189S. [2nd] s. of John Houghton [of 
Brasenose College, Oxford], clerk, of Rose Hill, Gateacre, 
Liverpool. B. [.-Vug. 8, 1879], at Willersey, Gloucs. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901; M.A. 1905. Called 
to the Bar, Inner Temple, Nov. 17, 1904. On the Midland 
Circuit. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut., R.F.A.). 
Of 131, Camberwell Road, London, S.E., in 1939. Brother 
of John H. (1897). (La-ii; Lists; Eton Sch. Lists; Univ. War 
List; Burke, L.G.) 

GIBBON, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St C.a.tharine's, Oct. 18, 
1831. Of Middlesex. Matric. Lent, 1832; B..A. 1838; M..\. 
1842. Ord. deacon (Chester) Feb. 14, 1841; .\sst. C. of Hol- 
combe. Bury, Lanes., 1841-5. C. of St Mark's, Liverpool, 
1846-7. C. of W. Derby, Lanes., 1847. Lecturer at Trinity 
Church, St Giles-in-the-Fields, London, 1850. Preacher at 
St George's Chapel, Albemarle Street, London, 1851. P.C. 
of Hartshill, Warws., 1852-9. P.C. of Sheepscombe, Gloucs., 
1859-70. Disappears from Crockford, 1874. (Clergy List.) 

GIBBON, JOHN (1786), see GIBBONS, JOHN. 

GIBBON, JOHN HOUGHTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. i, 
1S97. S. and h. of John Houghton [clerk, R. of Willersey, 
Gloucs.], of Rose Hill, Gateacre, Liverpool.. B. [July 22], 
1878, at Willersey. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1897; B..^. 
1912; M..^.. 1917. Rowing 'blue' (stroke) 1899 and 1900. 
2nd Lieut., R.A., 1900; Lieut., 1901; Capt. 1909; Major, 
1914; Brevet-Col., 1919; Lieut. -Col., 1925; Col., 1929. 
Served in W. .Africa (.\ro Expedition), 1901-2; S. Nigeria, 
1904-5; N. Nigeria, 1905-6; in the Great War, Major., 
R.F.A.; mentioned three times in despatches; D.S.O., 1916; 
commanded R..\., 42nd (E. Lanes.) Div., 1931-2 and 
53rd (Welsh) Div., 1932; Garrison Commander and Com- 
mandant, R.A. Depot, Woolwich, 1932-5; retired, 1935. 
Steward of Henley Regatta. Of The Manor House, Little 
Stretton, Shropshire, in 1942. Brother of Edward L. L. 
{1898). (IVho's Wlio, 1942; Army Lists; Burke, L.G.; Kelly, 
Handbook, 1942.) 

GIBBON, SEPTIMUS. Adm. pens, at Clare, May 21, 1845. 
[S. of — , of Kettering. School, Oakham.] Matric. Michs. 
1845; B.A. 1849; M.B. 1851. At St Bartholomew's Hospital; 
Asst. Physician and lecturer on Natural Philosophy. Resi- 
dent House Phvsician, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, 
1851-2. M.R.C.P., 1852. Physician, British Hospital at 
Smyrna. Medical Oflicer of Health, Holborn District, 
London. Assistant Physician, London Hospital. Author, 
medical. Of 39, Oxford Terrace, Hyde Park. Died .\pr. 17, 
1909, aged 87. Father of Charles H. (1890). (Medical 
Directories ; The Times, Apr. 20, 1909.) 

GIBBON, WALTER. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, May 28, 
1755. S. of Francis, of Cranbrook, Kent. School, West- 
minster. Matric. Michs. 1756; Scholar, 1756. 

GIBBON, WILLIAM LLOYD. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 4, 
1818. S. of Mr Gibbon, of Sackville Street, London. School, 
Bury St Edmunds. Matric. Michs. 1818; B.A. 1822; M..A. 
1828. Ord deacon (Norwich) Oct. 9, 1825; priest, Oct. 15, 
1826. President of Devon College, Bermuda, 1831-5. S.P.G. 
Missionary in Bermuda, 1S35-40; in Van Diemen's Land 
(Tasmania), 1840. Chaplain of Holy Trinity, Launceston, 
Tasmania, 1843-7. C. of St John's, Hoxton, London. Head 
Master of Dartford Grammar School, Kent, 1849-51. C. of 
Wilmington, Kent, 1852. Chaplain to Dartford Union, 
1853-64; to Wallingford Union, Berks., 1864-7; to Epsom 
Union, 1867-79. Lived latterly at Epsom. Died May 3, 
1884. (Crockford; Bury Sch. Reg.; Clergy List; The Guardian, 
May 14, 1884.) 

GIBBON, WILLIAM WYNTER. .Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
May 31, 1842. S. of James, M.D. B. [Sept. 11, 1822], at 
Swansea. School, King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 
1842; B..^. 1847; M..\. 1850. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 
Dec. 1846; priest (Gloucester) Dec. 24, 1848; C. of St Mary's, 
Bridgnorth, 1846-8. C. of CUfton, 1848-62. Minor Canon 
of Bristol, 1S52-62. V. of Wapley St Peter, Gloucs., 1862-70. 
V. of High Harrogate, Yorks., 1870-87. Canon of Ripon, 
1879-1904. R. of Kingsworthy, Hants., 1887-91. Lived 
latterly at Tunbridge Wells, where he died in 1905. (Crock- 
ford; Peile, 11. 478; The Times, Mar. 2, 1905.) 



Gibbons, Henry Frederick 

GIBBONS, ALFRED ST HILL. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 27, 
1878. [2nd] s. of John. B. [Dec. 5, 1859], at Mossley Hill, 
Liverpool. Schools, Bramham, Tadcaster and Royal Insti- 
tution, Liverpool. Matric. Michs. 1878. Kept ten terms. 
Lieut., 3rd Batt., East Yorks. Regt., 1882; Capt., 1885; 
Major, 1907. Served with the Bechuanaland Border Police, 
1891. Equipped an expedition into the interior of Africa, 
1895. Took up farming in N. Rhodesia. Served in the Great 
War, 19 14-19 (Lieut. -Col., R. Fusiliers, ist Sportsman's 
Batt., and King's Liverpool Regt.; mentioned twice in 
despatches, 1916); died of wounds received in action, 
July 15, 1916. Author, Exploration and Travel in Central 
Africa, 1898; Africa from South to North. (Peile, 11. 661; 
Christ's Coll. Notes; Army Lists; Scott, MSS.; The Times, 
July 20, 1916.) 

GIBBONS, CHARLES JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 14, 
1884. S. [and h.] of Charles, Capt. [afterwards Bart.], 
retired [and Lydia Martha Doran]. B. [Feb. 17, 1866], at 
Ely House, Wexford. School, United Service College, 
Westward Ho (Mr C. Price). Matric. Michs. 1884. Died 
unmarried June 3, 1892. (Burke, P. and B.) 

GIBBONS, EDWARD JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 31, 
1877. [4th] s. of Benjamin [John], clerk, of Waresley House, 
Kidderminster, Worcs. [sometime V. of Lower Mytton]. 

B. [Mar. 17, 1859], at Kidderminster. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1877; B.A. 1882; M..\. 1887. Adm. at Liacohi's Inn, 
June 8, 1881. Called to the Bar, May 7, 1884. Of 5, Man- 
chester Street, Manchester Square, London, W., in 1885. 
Capt., Inns of Court, 14th Rifle Brigade, 1891. Died Jan. 23, 
1900, on board the Briton, while proceeding to S. Africa 
with the C.I.V. on active service. (Law Lists; Foster, Men 
at the Bar; Army Lists; Burke, L.G.\ The Times, Feb. 2 
and 5, 1900.) 

GIBBONS, FREDERIC BRIAN DE MALBISSE. .Adm. (age 19) 
at Caius, .Apr. 5, 1873. S. and h. of Henry Frederick (1850), 
barrister-at-law. B. at Egham, Surrey. ' School, Merchant 
Taylors' (exhibitioner). Matric. Michs. 1873; Scholar, 
1873-7; B..Jl. (2nd Wrangler) 1877; M.A. 1880. Fellow, 
1877-90. Adm. at Gray's Inn, May 3, 1S78. CaUed to the 
Bar, June 29, 1881. On the South Wales Circuit. Professor 
of Mathematics and Lecturer in PoUtical Economy at 
Otago, New Zealand, in 1898. Latterly of Hove, where he 
died Mar. 23, 1924. (La-^i Lists; Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; 
Venn, 11. 408; Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, Mar. 25, 
1924.) 

GIBBONS, GEORGE. .\dm. pens, at Sidney, Feb. 13, 1823; 
from Queen's College, Oxford, whence he had matric. Dec. 12, 
1820, age 19. S. and h. of Charles, gent., of Whitchurch, 
Salop. Matric. Lent, 1823; B.A. 1826; M.A. 1829. Adm. at 
Trinity, Oct. 21, 1829. Ord. deacon, 1824; priest, 1825. 
Minister of Arley private Chapel, Weaverham, Cheshire, 
1841-2. P.C. of Witton, 1842-76. Disappears from Crock- 
ford, 1S77. (.Al. Oxon.; Clergy List.) 

GIBBONS, GEORGE iBUCKMASTER]. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
July 7, 1831. Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1831; Scholar, 
1834; B..\. 1835. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1835; priest, 1836; 

C. of Dartmouth, Devon, 1835-7. P.C. of Launceston, 
Cornwall, 1837-66. V. of Laneast, 1866-9. V. of Werrington, 
Devon, 1869-79. Lie. pr., dio. Truro, 1880-4. Lived 
latterly at Manor House, Camelford. Died Apr. 12, 1884. 
(Foster, Index Eccles.; Clergy List; Scott, MSS.; The 
Guardian, Apr. 23, 1884.) 

GIBBONS, GEORGE FREDERICK. Adm. (age 20) at Pembroke, 
Oct. I, 1891. S. and h. of Thomas Hughes, ci\il engineer, o* 
Pl\-mouth. B. [Sept. 2, 1872], at Newton Abbot. School, 
Marlborough College. Matric. Michs. 1891; B..K. 1894; M.A. 
1904. Assistant Master at Gisbume House School, Watford, 
1894; at Hill Side School, Godahning, 1895; at Routenbum 
School, Largs, 1901; at Sandroyd School, Cobham, 1902; 
at R.N. CoUege, Osborne, 1904; Senior Master, 1906; at 
R.N. College, Dartmouth, 1921; retired, 1932. Died May 18, 
1937.- (Schoolmasters' Directories; Marlborough Coll. Reg.; 
The Times, May 22, 1937.) 

GIBBONS, HENRY FREDERICK. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 29, sic) 
at Trinity Hall, Oct. 24, 1850. [4th s. of Edward Augustus, 
Esq., deceased, auctioneer, of Bucklersbury, London, late of 
Egham, Surrey. B. 1824. School, King's College School, 
London.] Matric. Michs. 1850; (Civil Law Classes, 1st Class, 
1852-3). Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 8, 1850. Called 
to the Bar, June 6, 1853. Special Pleader. On North Eastern 
and Midland Circuits. Special Commissioner from the High 
Court of Chancery to India, 1855. Deputy Judge of the City 
of London Court, 1863-g. Revising Barrister for W. Riding, 
Yorkshire, 1870-1; for N. Riding, 1875; for N. Durham, 
1876-9. Municipal boundary commissioner for Gt Grimsby, 
1873. Deputy Countv Court Judge for Yorkshire, 1874- 
Registrar of the Supreme Court of Hong-Kong, 1S80-1. 



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Gibbons, James Boatwright 

Puisne Judge of Jamaica, 1881-4. Suspended from office by 
Governor, at Hong-Kong, 18S0, and in Jamaica, 1884. 
Married, 1855, Emma, dau. of Ellis Somers, Esq. Author, 
Personal Statement ; Petition to the Queen. Father of Frederick 
B. De M. (1873). (I^Mu Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar; Boase, 
V. 400.) 

GIBBONS, JAMES BOATWRIGHT. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Trinity, July 4, 1851. S. of John. [Not, however, men- 
tioned among the sons of John (1841) in P. and B.] B. at 
Hornsey, Middlesex. School, Totteridge, Herts. Matric. 
Michs. 1851; B.A. 1855; M.A. 1858. 

GIBBONS, The Rev. JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, July i, 
17^*); from Merton College, Oxford, whence he had matric. 
May 14, 1771, age 17; B.-A. (O.xford) 1775. 2nd s. of Sir John 
[2n'd] Bart., of St Margaret's, Westminster. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Feb. 20, 17S0; priest (London) May 21, 1780; Minor 
Canon of Windsor, 17S2-97. R. of Collington and Thornbury, 
Heref., 1790-1843. R. of Brasted, Kent, 1805-43. Married 
(i) Rebecca Ashley; (2) Margaret, widow of the Rev. William 
Peters, Preb. of Lincoln, and dau. of the Rev. John Knowsley, 
of Burton .'^gnes, Yorks. Died May i, 1843, aged 90. 
{St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 267; Al. Oxon.; Foster, Index 
Eccles.; Clergy List; Foster, Baronetage.) 

GIBBONS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Clare, Dec. 15, 1786. B. at 
Swindon, Staffs. Matric. Michs. 1787; B.A. ($th Wrangler) 
1791; M.A. 1794. Fellow, 1791-1800. R. of Harley, Salop, 
1805-58. Died Dec. 27, 1858, aged 90. Father of William 
H. (1819). (G. Mag., 1859, I. 2x5; Foster, Index Eccles.; 
Clergy List.) 

GIBBONS, JOHN. M.A. 1841, incorp. from Oxford. S. and h. 
of Sir John, 4th Bart., of St Marylebone, Middlesex. B. 
Oct. 7, 1801. Matric. (age 18) from Balliol College, Oxford, 
June 12, 1820; B.A. (Oxford) 1S23; M.A. (Oxford) 1826. 
Of West Wratting, Cambs. Married (i) July 22, 1824, his 
cousin Charlotte, dau. of Sir Charles Watson, ist Bart., of 
Wratting Park, Cambs., and had issue; (2) July 17, 1838, 
Susannah, dau. of the Rev. Alexander Cotton, R. of Girton, 
Cambs., and had issue. Died v.p. Jan. 31, 1841. (Al. Oxon.; 
Burke, P. and B.; C. J. Fordyce.) 

GIBBONS, JOHN FRANKLIN. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1878. 
S. of Sills Clifford, surgeon-dentist, of Brighton. B. i860, 
in Cars County, Texas, U.S. School, St John's Wood. 
Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1887. Football (rugby) 
'blue,' 1882. Practised as a dentist at Brighton. Of 61, Old 
Steine, Brighton. {Venn, 11. 434.) 

GIBBONS, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 19, 1880. 
S. of Joseph. B. [Jan. 27, 1861], at HoUoway. Schools, 
Magdalen College School, Oxford and Bath College. Matric. 
Michs. iSSo; Scholar; (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1882); 
B.A. 1884; M.A. 1S95. Assistant Master at Merchiston 
Castle School, Edinburgh, 1884-5; at Oxford Military 
College, 1886; at Dulwich College, 1887-1918-. Died at 
Weymouth, Nov. i, 1941. {Schoolmasters' Directories; Peile, 
II. 675; The Times, Nov. 6, 1941.) 

GIBBONS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
June 13, 1834. [2nd] s. of George, gent., of Southwark, 
Surrey. B. there Aug. 9, 1815. School, Merchant Taylors'. 
Matric. Michs. 1834; Exhibitioner, 1834; Scholar, 1836; 
B.A. 1838. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1838; priest (Exeter) 
1840; C. of Bideford, Devon., 1840-1. C. and Lecturer of 
Tavistock, 1842-55. R. of St Peter Tavy, 1855-79. Dis- 
appears from Crockford, 1880. Author, pamphlets. {Mer- 
chant Taylors' Sch. Reg., which erroneously gives R. of St 
Peter Tavy, 1835-79.) 

GIBBONS, THOMAS. Adm. at Clare, July 7, 1891. [S. of 
Thomas, of Dunmow. B. 1873.] School, Newport Grammar, 
Essex. Did not reside. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Commanded 1/5 Batt., Essex Regt., 1915-19; D.S.O., 1916; 
Order of the Nile, 3rd class; mentioned in despatches; thrice 
wounded). D.L. for Essex. J. P., 1923. Partner in Randall, 
Gibbons, Ingold and Co., Dunmow Brewery. Of Brick House, 
Dunmow, in 1943. {Who's Who, 1942; D.S.O. Bk.; Kelly, 
Handbook, 1942.) 

GIBBONS, WILLIAM [HENRY]. Adm. .pens, (age 18) at 
Christ's, June 23, 1819. S. of John (1786), R. of Harley, 
Salop. B. there. School, Oswestry. Matric. Michs. 1819, as 
W. Henry. .-Xppears in the butler's book from Michs. 18 19 
to Christmas 1S23, losing four terms and one marked 'ill'; 
took no degree. (Peile, 11. 394.) 

GIBBS, ANTONY HUBERT. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1894. 
[2nd] s. of Antony [of Exeter College, Oxford], Esq., of 
Tyntesfield [and Charlton], Somerset. [B. Sept. 18, 1874.] 
School, Eton. Matric. Lent, 1894; B.A. 1897; M.A. 1919. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut. -Col., N. Somerset 



GiBBS, John 

Yeomanry). Of Pytte, Clyst St George, Devon, in 1942. J.P- 
for Devon, 1922. (Eton Sch. Lists; UniiK War List; Fox- 
Davies, Armorial Families; Burke, P. and B. (sub Aldenham) ; 
Kelly, Handbook.) 

GIBBS, CHARLES EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Feb. 17, 1828. Matric. Michs. 1828; B.A. 1832. 

GIBBS, CHARLES SYDNEY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 27. 

1896. S. of John, bank manager, of Old Bank, Rotherham, 
Yorks. [and Mary Ann Elizabeth Fisher]. B. Jan. 19, 1876, 
at Rotherham. Schools, various and at University College, 
Aberystwyth. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899; M.A. 1928. 
Of 40, Green Lanes, Erdington, Birmingham, in 1942. 
(C.U. Pari. Reg., 1942.) 

GIBBS, DAVID ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 22, 1852. Of Surrey. S. of John Matthew, merchant's 
clerk, of Princes Square [Bayswater, London, and Margaret 
Ann]. B. at St Mark's, Kennington, London. Bapt. Mar. 
I, 1835. Matric. Lent, 1853; B.A. 1857; M.A. i860. Assistant 
Master at Christ's Hospital, 1856-61. Became mentally 
afflicted and for many years an inmate of St Luke's Hospital. 
Died Nov. 14, 1889. (Scott, MSS.) 

GIBBS, FREDERICK WAYMOUTH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Nov. I, 1838. [Only s. of Samuel Newcomen, of Plymouth. 
B. 182 1. School, King's College School, London.] Matric. 
Michs. 1839, as F. Weymouth; Scholar, 1841; B.A. 1843; 
Members' Prize, 1845; M.A. 1846. Fellow, 1845-53. Presi- 
dent of the Union, 1843. One of the Cambridge 'Apostles.' 
Fellow of King's College, London, 1849. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, Nov. 12, 1844. Called to the Bar, Jan. 28, 1848. Q.C., 
1880. Bencher, 1882. On the Western Circuit. Tutor to the 
Prince of Wales (afterwards King Edward VII), 1852-8. C.B., 

1858. Member of the Alpine Club. Author, legal works and 
Once a clergyman always a clergyman; Les Hospices de Paris 
et de Londres, etc. Died unmarried Feb. 18, 1898, at 38, 
Cornwall Gardens, S. Kensington. Portrait by G. F. Watts, 
R.A., bequeathed to King Edward VII. (Boase, v. 400; 
Sir F. Gallon, Memories, 75; Law Lists; Foster, Men at the 
Bar; Scott, MSS.) 

GIBBS, GEORGE LEONARD. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 14, 
1865. [S. of Michael, clerk, of Christ Church, Newgate Street, 
London. B. 1846. School, St Paul's and at King's College, 
London, A.K.C.] Matric. Michs. 1865; Scholar and Exhibi- 
tioner; B.A. 1869; Prizeman, 1871; M.A. 1872. Ord. deacon 
(London) 1869; priest, 1870; C. of St Dunstan-in-the-West, 
1869-75. Whittenhall Lecturer at St John's, Wapping, 
1872-92. Camden Lecturer at St Lawrence Jewry, 1873-92. 
R. of St James's, Garlickhithe with St Michael's, Queenhithe 
and Holy Trinity-the-Less, 1875-92. Provisional Minor 
Canon of St Paul's, 1876-92. Died Dec. 27, 1892, in Cam- 
bridge. (St Paul's Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Scott, MSS.; The 
Guardian, Jan. 4, 1893.) 

GIBBS, HENRY MARTIN. Adm. pens, at Clare, Feb. 18, 1871. 
[Doubtless 4th s. of William, of Tyntesfield, Somerset. 
B. May 30, 1850. School, Lancing.] Matric. Michs. 1871. 
Of Barrow Court, Flax-Bourton, Somerset. Lord of the 
manor of Barrow-Gurney. J.P. for Somerset; High Sheriff, 

1897. Died Apr. 22, 1928. (Lancing Coll. Reg.; Burke, 
P. and B., sub Aldenham.) 

GIBBS, HERBERT COCKAYNE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 18, 1873. [4th] s. of Henry Hicks [ist Lord Aldenham], 
of St Dunstan's, Regent's Park, London. B. [May 14], 1854, 
in London. School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 
1877; M.A. 1884. Commissioner of the Public Works Loan 
Board, 1884; Deputy Chairman, 1908; Chainnan, 1921. 
Spent sixty years in the City of London, during which time 
he was a member of the firm of Antony Gibbs and Sons, 
merchants and merchant bankers. Director of the Rio de 
Janeiro City Improvements Co., of which he was chairman, 
and also of the .Australian Mutual Provident Society. 
A convinced bimetallist, upon which subject he wrote a 
handbook. J.P. and High Sheriff of Herts. Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honour, 1919. Created Baron Hunsdon of Huns- 
don, July 24, 1923. Of Briggens, Ware, Herts., where he 
died May 22, 1935. (Winchester Coll. Reg.; Burke, P. and B. 
(sub Hunsdon); Wlw's Who, 1935; The Times, May 24, 1935.) 

GIBBS, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Emmanuel, Dec. iS, 
1759. S. of John, clerk. B. at Botesdale, Suffolk. School, 
Botesdale (Mr Christian). Matric. Easter, 1760; B.A. 1764; 
M.A. 1767. Ord. deacon (Lincoln, Litt. dim. from Norwich) 
May 28 .1765; priest (Exeter, Litt. dim. from Norwich) 
Mar. 15, 1767; C. of Barningham with Coney-Weston, Suffolk, 
1765. V. of Yaxley, 1767-96. R. of Occold, 1768-96. Father 
of WiUiam (1798). 

GIBBS, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity Hall, Nov. 3, 

1859. S. of John Shapter, Esq., of Lincoln's Inn. Matric. 
Lent, i860. 



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GIBBS, JOHN SLATER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 7, 189 1- 
S. of Charles, of Ascott-under-Wychwood, Oxon., nr. Ship- 
ston-on-Stour. B. [Nov. 24], 1872, at Eccles, Lanes. School, 
Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1891; B..\. 1894; M.A. 1899. Called 
to the Bar, Inner Temple, Nov. 17, 1898. J. P. for Warws. 
and Worcs. Of Springfield House, BraUes, Warws. Died 
Feb. 22, 1947. {Rugby Sch. Reg.; Who's Who in Warws.; 
Law Lists; Kelly, Handbook.) 

GIBBS, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Queens', July 26, 1827. Of 
Middlesex. [Doubtless s. and h. of Michael, merchant, of 
Walbrook, London.] Matric. Michs. 1828; B.A. 1832; M.A. 
1835. Adm. at the Inner Temple, May 4, 1832. Called to 
the Bar, Jan. 28, 1S38. Brother of Michael (1830). (Lam 
List, rSso; Burke, L.G.) 

GIBBS, JOSEPH GAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 20, 
1858. S. of John, of Westbury, Wilts. B. there [Jan. 12], 
1840. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1S58; B.A. 1862; 
M.A. 1866. Ord. deacon (York) 1863; priest, 1864; C. of Don- 
caster, 1863. C.of Kirk Sandall, 1864-5. C. of Conisborough, 
1866. R. of Whitwood Mere, 1867. V. of Hensall-cum-Heck, 
1867-70. V. of Leafield, Oxon., 1S70-5. V. of Speenhamland, 
Berks., 1875-99. R. of E. Hendred, 1899-1907. R. of Mouls- 
ford, 1907-12. Lived latterly at Reading, where he died 
July 16, 1918. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Scott, MSS.; 
Berks., Bucks, and Beds. Contemporary Biographies, 232; 
The Times, July 19, 1918.) 

GIBBS, LAWRENCE. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Sidney, July 3, 
1760. [Youngest] s. of Samuel, farmer. B. at Pulham St 
Mary, Norfolk. Schools, Heath, Yorks. and Bury St Ed- 
munds. Matric. Michs. 1760; Scholar, 1761; B..^. 1764. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln, Litt. dim. from Norwich) May 13, 
1764; priest (Norwich) June 8, 1766; C. of Thorpe-Abbots, 
Norfolk, 1764. R. of Brockdish, 1766-1825. (Bury Gr. Sch. 
Reg.) 

GIBBS, MICHAEL. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, Oct. 20, 1830. 
S. of Michael, Esq., of Walworth, Surrey [Lord Mayor of 
London]. B. in London. Matric. Michs. 1831; Scholar, 
1832-4; Prizeman; B.A. (10th Wrangler) 1835; M.A. 1838. 
Fellow, 1837-43. Select Preacher, 1874. Ord. deacon 
(Rochester, Litt. dim. from Ely) Feb. 6, 1836; priest (Ely) 
June 4, 1837; C. of Barrington, Cambs., 1836-8. Lecturer 
at All Saints', Cambridge, 1837-9; of St Andrew-by-the- 
Wardrobe, London, and St Anne's, Blackfriars, 1843. V. of 
Christ Church, Newgate Street, London, 1842-82. Chaplain 
to the Lord Mayor (his father), 1844. First Secretary to 
Cambridge Board of Education. Preb. of St Paul's, 1856-82 ; 
Treasurer, 1870-82. Proctor in Convocation, dio. of London. 
Married, June 7, 1843, Joanna Gifford, dau. of Timothy 
Johnson, of Chesterton. Author, Sermon. Lived latterly at 
7, King Edward Street, London, E.C., where he died Jan. 19, 
1882. Buried at Chesterton. M.I. Brother of Joseph (1827). 
(Venn, n. 213; Crockford; Boase, v. 40; Scott, MSS.; The 
Times, Jan. 20, 1882.) 

GIBBS, RICHARD HOWARD. Adm. at Clare, Apr. 23, 1900. 
[S. of R. R., of Malvern House, Sohhull. B. Nov. 11, 1882.] 
School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 1900. In the Army; 
Northants. Regt.; resigned his command and joined the 
Spanish Army as a volunteer in the Riff campaign (medal ; 
mentioned in despatches). Appointed by the Bolivian 
Government to survey the boundary between Bolivia and 
Peru, 1910. Of Malvern House, Solihull, in 1910. (Repton 
Sch. Reg.) 

GIBBS, "VICARY. Adm. (age 18) at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
May 4, 1771. [2nd s. of George .\braham, Esq., surgeon, of 
Exeter, and .4nn, dau. of Antony Vicary, of Exeter. B. 
Oct. 27, 1751, in the Cathedral Close, Exeter. School, Eton.] 
Matric. Michs. 1771; Craven Scholar, 1772; B..\. 1775; M.A. 
1778. Fellow. 1774-S4. .\dm. at Lincoln's Inn, .\ug. 24, 
1769. Called to the Bar, Feb. 1783. Joined the Western 
Circuit. Practised for some years as a Special Pleader and 
obtained a large connection. Assisted Erskine in defence of 
Thomas Hardy and Home Tooke, 1794, and was congratu- 
lated by the .'\ttomey-General. Bencher, 1795. Treasurer 
of Lincoln's Inn, 1805. Recorder of Bristol, 1794-1817. 
Chief Justice of Chester, 1804. Solicitor-General, 1805-6. 
Knighted, 1805. Attorney-General, 1807-12. Puisne Judge, 
1S12. Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer and P.C, 1813. 
Sergeant-at-law and Judge of Common Pleas, 1812. Chief 
Justice of Common Pleas, 1814-1S. M.P. for Totnes, 1804-7; 
for Gt Bedwin, 1807; for Cambridge University, 1807-12. 
His numerous ex-officio informations were noticed in Par- 
liament, 1811. A skilful pleader and an astute lawyer, but 
uncivil and very outspoken to his clients; his manner was so 
caustic that he was known as 'Vinegar Gibbs.' Of Hayes, 
Kent. Married, July 8, 1784, Frances Cerjet, dau. of Major 
William Mackenzie, 'and had issue, a daughter. Died Feb. 8, 
1820. Buried in the family vault at Hayes. M.I. there. 
(D.N.B.; Eton Coll. Reg.; Burke, P. and B. (Aldenham); 
Foss, Judges of England.) 



Gibson, Arthur Charles 

GIBBS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Dec. 12, 1798. S. of 
John (1759), R. of Occold, Suffolk. School, Dedham (Dr 
Grimwood). Matric. Michs. 1801; B.A. 1804. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Sept. 20, 1807; priest. May 28, 1809. 

GIBBS, WILLIAM COBHAM. .\dm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
May 12, 1865. S. of Joseph [P.C. of Clifton-Hampden, 
Oxon.]. B. [July 28, 1848], at WraxaU, Somerset. School, 
Marlborough College. Matric. Michs. 1865; B.A. 1870; M.A. 
1876. Athletics 'blue,' 1866 and 1868; President, C.U.A.C, 
1867. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1869; priest (Oxford) 1871; 
C. of Abingdon, Berks., 1870-3; V. there, 1878-84. V. of 
Exwick, Devon, 1873-8. R. of Hagley, Worcs., 1884-1903. 
R. of Clyst St George, Devon, 1903-10. Lived latterly at 
E. Budleigh, Devon, where he died Mar. 8, igi8. Buried at 
Clyst St George. (Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Crockford; The 
Times, Mar. 11, 1918.) 

GIBLIN, LYNDHURST FALKENER. Adm. at King's, Oct. 7, 
1893. [S. of the Hon. William Robert, sometime Premier 
of Tasmania. B. Nov. 29, 1872, at Hobart. Educated at 
Hutchins School, Hobart, and University College, London.] 
Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1928. Fellow, 1937. 
Football (rugby) 'blue,' 1894, 1895, 1896. Engaged in mining 
in Klondike, and in British Columbia, 1898-1904; in 
Solomon Islands, 1905; fruit-grower in Tasmania, 1906. 
Member of the House of .Assembly, Tasmania, 1912-15. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Major, 40th (Tasmania) 
Batt., .Australian Force; wounded three times; D.S.O., 1918; 
M.C.; mentioned in despatches). Government Statistician, 
Tasmania, and Deputy Commonwealth Statistician, 1920-9; 
Acting Commonwealth Statistician, 1931-2. Ritchie Pro- 
fessor of Economics at Melbourne University, 1929-40. 
Director of Commonwealth Bank, 1935-42-. Chairman, 
.\dvisory Committee on Financial and Economic PoUcy, 
1939-42-. Part author. The Australian Tariff; Australia. 
Of Cambridge, Tasmania, in 1942. (Who's Who, 1942; 
Who's Who in Australia; Univ. War List; King's Coll. Adm. 
Reg.) 

GIBNEY, JOHN SOMER'l^ILLE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
July 9, 1835. Of Sussex. [S. of Sir John, Knt., M.D., of Old 
Steyne, Brighton. School, Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 1835. 
Adm. at Trinity College, Dubhn, Oct. 27, 1838, age 22; B.A. 
(Dubl.) 1842. V. of St Michael's, and sequestrator of St 

* Mark's, Lincoln, 1S45-75. Minor Canon, Sacrist and Suc- 
centor of Lincoln Cathedral, 1844-75. V. of Hainton, Lines. 
Killed by an accident, Jan. 6, 1875, at the School of .Art, 
Lincoln. (Harrou' Sch. Reg.; Al. Dubl.; Crockford.) 

GIBSON, ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 2, 1884. 
S. of Edmund Bureh, of Ekn Grove, Saffron Walden, Essex. 
B. [.Aug. 14], 1866, at Saffron Walden. School, OUver's 
Mount, Scarborough (Mr Walton). Matric. Michs. 1884. 

GIBSON, ALEXANDER CECIL. Adm. at Clare, Jan. 29, 1880. 
[S. and h. of Capt. Alexander, late 30th Regt., of Willow 
Bank, Kingston, Dublin, and Buckingham House, Malvern. 
School, Malvern CoUege.] Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. and 
LL.B. 18S4. .Adm. (age 19) at the Inner Temple, Nov. 11, 

1881. Died Jan. 1911, in Canada. (Malvern Coll. Reg.) 

GIBSON, ALFRED ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, (age 26) at 
Pembroke, Oct. 1, 1879. S. of Edward, shipbuilder, de- 
ceased, of Kingston-on-Hull, Yorks. B. there. Matric. 
Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1889. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 
1883; priest (Nottingham^ 1884; C. of Willoughby, Lines., 
1883-92. C. of St Dunstan-in-the-West, London, 1895-8. 
C.of St Paul's, Finchley, 189S-1901. C. of St Bartholomew's, 
Gray's Inn Road, 1901-11. V. of Downe, Kent, 1911-40. 
Died May 28, 1940, 'aged 85.' (Crockford; The Times, 
May 30, 1940.) 

GIBSON, ALURED. Adm. pens, at Em.manuel, Nov. 20, 1817. 
Did not reside. 

GIBSON, ALURED EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 11, 
1875. 3rd s. of George, merchant, of Leeds. B. there Mar. 19, 
1856. School, Leeds Grammar (Dr Henderson). Matnc. 
Michs. 1875; B..A. 1880; M.A. 1883. Assistant Master at 
Faversham Grammar School, 1879-82; at Dover College, 

1882. Instructor in physics, H.M.S. Britannia, 1890-. 
(Dover Coll. Reg. ; Leeds Gr. Sch. Reg.) 

GIBSON, ARTHUR CHARLES. .Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 1, 
1880. S. of Richard Hudson (1845), R. of Lound, Suffolk. 
B [Feb 6 1862], at Rickinghall, Suffolk. School, Charter- 
house. Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1887. Ord. 
deacon (by Bishop Kelly for Sahsbury) 1885; priest (Sahs- 
burv) 18S6; C. of St Edmund's, Salisbury, 1885-90. C. of 
Lav'enham, Suffolk, 1890-1. C. of FyUngdales, Yorks., 
1S91-3. R. of South Elmham St James, Norfolk, 1893-1908. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1920. (Charterhouse Sch. Reg.; 
List of Carthusians.) 



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Gibson, Bernard 

GIBSON, BERNARD. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Mar. 2, 1869. 
[3rd] s. of John, clerk (1821). B. Oct. 31, i847, at Furneaux 
Pelham, Herts. School, Uppingham [1859-64; in Russia, 
1865-9]. Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 1873; M.A. 1896 
Director of Crompton and Co., electrical engineers. Ot 
Warrington Crescent, Maida Hill, London, W., where he 
died June 2, 1925. (Scott, MSS.; Uppingham Sch. Roll; 
Peile, II. 609; The Times, June 3, 1925-) 
GIBSON, CHARLES. Adin. pens, at Trinity, July 4, 1808. 

Matric. Michs. 1808. 
GIBSON. CHARLES DOCKLEY. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St 
John's, Apr. 18, 1S37. S. of Lieut.-Col. [J T.] Gibson of 
Madras, India. Matric. Michs. 1837; B.A. 1841; MA. 1847. 
Chaplain of Dartford Union, Kent, 1847-8. Chaplain, 
H.E.I.C, 1848; at St George's Cathedral, Calcutta 1849-57; 
at Masulipatam, 1859-61; at Fort St George 1862-8; re- 
moved for neglect of duty. Died 1869 at Calicut, (f. v. 
White; Church in Madras, 3, 345-) 
GIBSON, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Jan 31, 
1853. S. and h. of Henry (1826), clerk. B. [Dec. 7, 1835]. at 
Fyfield, Essex. School, Rossall. Matric. Michs. 1853; 
Scholar, 1S54; B.A. 1857. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1858; 
priest, 1859; C. of Braintree, Essex, 1858-60. C. of GiUmg- 
ham, Kent, 1860-1. C. of Bolton-le-Sands, Lanes ,1862-3. 
Living at Aldham, Colchester, in 1865. V. of Gildersome, 
near Leeds, 1867-85. Died Aug. 9, 1885, at Amside Brother 
of John (1870). (Peile, 11. 527; Rossall Sch. Reg.; Crockford, 
The Guardian, .\ug. ig, 1885.) 
GIBSON, CHRISTOPHER MENDS. Adm. pens, (age 23) at 
Tesus, Dec. 4, 1822. S, of — , Esq., of Plymouth. B. there. 
Schools, Exeter and Plvmouth. Matric. Lent, 1823; B.A. 
1828 Ord. deacon and priest, 1828; C. of Inwardleigh, 
Devon, 1828-9. C. of Charles Church, Plymouth, 1829-31- 
P.C. of Chacewater, Cornwall, 1831-9. V. of St Clements, 
Cornwall, 1839-72. Disappears from CrocA:/orii, 1874. Father 
of Edward P. (1866). 
GIBSON, EDWARD. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 5, 1822. 
•S of Mr Gibson,' of Appleby. Matric. Michs. 1822; Scholar, 
1825- B A. 1826; M.A. 1829. Ord. deacon, 1826; pnest, 
1827', C. of AUesley, Coventry, ? -1841-50. V. of Ashliy 
Magna Leics., 1S50-65. Married Emily Sabine DanieU. 
Died Sept. 26, 1865, aged 65, at .\shby Magna. Father of 
Reginald D. (1876). {Clergy List; Fox-Da vies, Armonai 
Families; G. Mag., 1865, 11. 652.) 
GIBSON, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Sept 30, 
184^ S. of Thomas. B. at Newcastle-on-Tyne. School, 
Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1842. (Shrewsbury Sch. Reg. 
(one — Gibson, entered June, 1838-9).) 
GIBSON The Hon. EDVMRD GRAVES MAYNE. Adm. pens, 
at Trinity, Sept. 29, 1893- [3rd] s. of Edward [ist] Baron 
Ashbourne of 23, Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin [and High- 
lands, Haslemere, Surrey]. B. [July 28, 1873], in Dublin. 
School, WeUington. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1897; M.A. 
1900 M A., Trinitv College, Dublin. Called to the Irish Bar, 
King's Inns, Dublin, 1901. J. P. for Co. Dublin. Lieut., 
5th Batt., Leicester Regt. Died Apr. 26, 1928, at Hyeres, 
France. Buried there. Brother of Ernest V. (1893). (Burke, 
P. and B. (sub Ashbourne); Who u^as Who; Wellington Coll. 
Reg.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Scott, MSS.; The 
Times, Apr. 30, 1928.) 
GIBSON EDWARD PENDARVES. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Apr '18 1866. S. of the Rev. Christopher Mends (1822), 
V of St'ciement's, Truro. Matric. Easter, 1866; B.A. 1869. 
Oi-d deacon (Gloucester and Bristol) 1869; priest, 1870; 
C of Beckford,Gloucs., 1869-72. C. of Gawsworth, Cheshire, 
1872 C. of Langar, Notts., 1872-3. C. of Belchamp St Paul, 
Essex, 1873-5. C. of Crewkerne, 1875. C. of W. Coker, 
Somerset, 1875-7. R. of Stock Harvard with Ramsden- 
Bellhouse, Essex, 1887-1914. Author, Stock Registers; 
editor The Register of Stock. Lived latterly at Fountain 
Cottage, Hockley, Essex. Died Dec. 7, 1918. Father of 
PendarvesC. F. (1898). (T. A. Walker, 527; Crockford; The 
Guardian, Dec. 12, 1918.) 
GIBSON ERNEST AUGUSTINE. Adm. at Cavendish H., Jan. 
1879' Adin.sizarat Trinity, Oct. 8, 1880. 3rd s. of Thomas, 
of I, East Koad, Albert Park, Liverpool. B. July 23, 1861, 
at Birkenhead, Cheshire. Matric. Michs. 18S0; B.A. and 
LL B 1884. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 25, 1882. 
Called to the Bar, June 17, 1S85. On the Northern Circuit. 
{La-w Lists.) 
GIBSON The Hon. ERNEST VICTOR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Sept' 29, 1893. [4th] s. of Edward [ist] Baron Ashbourne, 
of 23 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin. B. [Jan. 3], 1875, in 
Dublin School, Wellington. Matric. Michs. 1893. Also at 
Trinity College, Dublin. Called to the Irish Bar, at King's 
Inns Dublin, 1899. Served in the S. African war, 1900-2, 
with'the Imperial Yeomanry and Irish Horse. In the Great 
War Major, Public Sch. Corps. Of The Knoll, Peaslake, 



Gibson, Henry 

Surrey. Died Jan. 14, 1922, at Horsham, Sussex. Brother 
of Edward G. M. (1893). (Burke, P. and B. (sub Ashbourne) ; 
Wellington Coll. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; The Times, Jan. 18, 
1922.) 
GIBSON, FRANCIS ALBERT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Christ's, 
Sept. 30, 1861. [Perhaps a s. of John (1821), Minister of 
St Peter's, Sheftield, 1829-65.] B. at Sheffield. School, 
Sheffield (private). Matric. Michs. 1861. Kept one term; 
caught a fever and died. Perhaps half-brother of John D. 
(1841) and Richard H. (1845). (Peile, n. 570.) 
GIBSON, FREDERICK HARRIS. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. I, 1892. Of Lancashire. [S. of J. H., pawn- 
broker, of 73, Renshaw Street, Liverpool. B. Sept. 30, 1870, 
at Liverpool. School, Liverpool College.] Matric. Michs. 
1892; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1909. Ord. deacon (Wakefield) 1896; 
priest, 1898; C. of St Andrew's, Wakefield, 1896. C. of 
Cromer, Norfolk, 1898-1903. V. of St Paul's, Penzance, 
Cornwall, 1903-8. V. of St Peter's, Derby, 1908-32. R. of 
Eastrop, Hants., 1932-42-. (Crockford.) 
GIBSON, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Clare, Oct. 16, 1773; 
Fell. -Com. Oct. 11, 1777- [Perhaps s. of George (Christ 
Church, Oxford), and grandson of Edmund, Bishop of 
London (for whom see D.N.B.).] B. in London. School, 
(?) Eton. Matric. Michs. 1773; B.A. I779- Died Nov. 7. 
1782. (Eton Coll. Reg.; G. Mag., 1782, 551; for grandfather 
and family, see Notes and Queries, 8th S., ix. 178.) 
GIBSON, GEORGE. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Oct. 23, 1792. 
GIBSON, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Dec. 15, i795- 
S. [and h.] of Edward, gent., of Newcastle. B. there Sept. 22, 
1758. School, Bristol (Mr T. Simpson). 
GIBSON, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Trinity, Sept. 29, 
1S52. [Youngest] s. of Charles, of Quernmore Park, Lanes. 
B. there [July 28, 1831]. School, Rossall. Matric. Michs. 
1853; B.A. 1857; M.A. i860. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1859; 
priest, i860; C. of St Giles's, Shrewsbury, 1859-63. C. of 
Kirk Sandall, Yorks., 1871-3. Chaplain of All Saints', 
Dieppe, France. 1878-92. R. of Little Berkhamsted, Herts., 
1893-1908. Married (i) May 23, 1864, Mabel Loy, widow of 
the Rev. Richard Keene; (2) .\nne Childeroy Compton, dau. 
of Arthur Dare, of Mortlake. Lived latterly at St Michael's, 
Falmouth, where he died Apr. 26, 1921. (Crockford; Scott, 
MSS.; The Times, Apr. 28, 1921-) 
GIBSON or MILNER-GIBSON (post MILNER-GIBSON-CULLUM), 
GEORGE GERY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 7, 1876, as 
Milner-Gibson. S. of Thomas M. (1823), of Hardwick, Bury 
St Edmunds, Suffolk. B. Nov. 5, 1857, in London. School, 
Barton, Bury St Edmunds. Matric. 1876; B.A. 1880; M.A. 
1885. .\5sumed the additional surname of Cullum, 1878. Of 
Hardwick House, Bury St Edmunds. D.L. and J. P. High 
Sheriff, 1888. Mayor of Bury St Edmunds, 1913-14- F.S.A. 
President of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology. (Burke, 
P. and B.) 
GIBSON, GEORGE MIDDLETON. Adm. at Clare, July 8, 1899. 
[S. of James Baily. B. Nov. 28, 1880.] School, Repton. 
Matric." Michs. 1899; B.A. 1903. Farming at Vernon, British 
Columbia, in 1910. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(private, Canadian Forces). (Repton Sch. Reg.; Univ. War 
List.) 
GIBSON, GODFREY MARSDEN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. I, 1897. S. of Marsden (1861), R. of Chulmleigh, Devon. 
B. [June 4], 1878, at Newcastle-on-Tyne. School, Shrews- 
bury. Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900. With British Westing- 
house Electric Co., Trafford Park, Manchester, m 1909. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.A.S.C. (M.T.)). 
Of Burton-on-Trent, Staffs. Died June 16, 1946. (Shrewsbury 
Sch. Reg.; Univ. War List; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families.) 

GIBSON, HAMILTON HENRY. Adm. scholar at St Catha- 
rine's, May 10, 1897. S. of Christopher Isher. B. May 27, 
1878 at Highbury, Middlesex. [School, Christ's Hospital.] 
Matric. Michs. 1897; Scholar; B.A. 1900; M.A. 1907. 
Assistant Master at Mourne Grange, Kilkeel, Ireland, 
1901-2; at Dymchurch preparatory School, Kent, 1902-3; at 
Abingdon School, 1903-12. Senior Modern Languages Master, 
Rossall School, 1912-38. Living at Minehead, Somerset, m 
1939. (Rossall Sch. Reg.; Schoolmasters' Directories; Christ's 
Hospital Reg.; Univ. War List.) 

GIBSON, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 12, 1826. 
S of Robert (1790), R. of Fyfield, Essex. Matric. Michs. 
i8^6- Scholar, 1827; B.A. 1830. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1831; 
priest ■ 1832; C. of Caton, Lanes., 1831-3. R. of Fyfield, 
Essex, 1833-86. Author, The Occasional Offices m the Book 
of Common Prayer in connection with Baptism. Died on 
Good Friday, Apr. 24, 1886, aged 77, at Fyfield, after 
preaching three times. M.I. Father of Charles H. (1853) 
and John (1870). (Peile, 11. 423; Crockford; The Guardian, 
Apr. 28. and May 5, 1886.) 



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Gibson, Herbert 

GIBSON, HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Queens', Michs. 1898. 
[S. of Thomas Eli. B. July 12, 1878, at Crewe. School, 
Warrington.] Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901. 

GIBSON, HERBERT BRIGHT. Adm. scholar at Queens', 
Michs. 1900. [S. of WUliam, J. P. B. Mar. 21, 1881, at 
Ballywalter, Co. Down, Ireland. School, Methodist College, 
Belfast.] Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903. 

GIBSON, JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 20, 1887. 
S. of Samuel, merchant, of Sydenham, London [and Jane 
McBride]. B. Dec. 31, 1864, at St Pancras, London. Pre- 
viously at Trinity College, Dublin. Matric. Lent, 1887; 
Scholar, 1888; B.A. (Moral Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1890; 
Pt II, 1st Class, 1891) 1890; M.A. 1894. FeUow. Professor 
of Logic and Philosophy at LIniversity CoUege of N. Wales, 
1896-1932. Author, Locke's Theory of Knowledge and its 
Historical Relations. Living at Bron Hwfa, Bangor, in 1943, 
where he died .\ug. i, 1943. (Who's Who.) 

GIBSON, JAMES ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 
1898. S. of James, of The Woodlands, Newton-le-Willows, 
Lanes. B. [May 9, 1879], at Pendleton, Lanes. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1898. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1906; 
priest. 1907; C. of All Saints', Shrewsbury, 1906^. C. of 
St John-the-Baptist, Bathwick, Somerset, 1909-27. P.C. of 
Hambridge with Earnshill, 1920-30. Received into the 
Roman Catholic Church, at Downside, 1932. Secretary of 
St Hugh's Society for Catholic Boys, 1933-41-. (Eton Coll. 
Lists; The Catholic Who's Who, 1941.) 

GIBSON, JAMES BERTIE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 1891. 
S. of James, Esq. B. at Liverpool. School, Liverpool Royal 
Institution. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894; M..\. 1898. 

GIBSON, JAMES EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Feb. 20, 
1841. [Elder] s. of James [of Wadham CoUege, Oxford], 
R. of Worlington, Suffolk. B. there Nov. 13, 1821. Schools, 
Brompton, Middlesex (Mr Mortimer), and Richmond (Mr 
Allen). Matric. Michs. 1841. 

GIBSON, JAMES THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Christ's, 
July 3, 17S9. S. of Thomas. B. in Edinburgh. Matric. 
Michs. 1789. Resided till Lady Day, 1790. Perhaps the man 
of these names who matric. from Worcester College, Oxford, 
July 5, 1792, age 19; but stvled 's. of James Wilson, gent., 
of Edinburgh'; B.A. (Oxford) 1796; M.A. (Oxford) 1798. 
(Petle, II. 327; .Al. Oxon.) 

GIBSON, JAMES THORNTON, Adm. at Clare, Oct. 9, 1882. 
Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1890. Died at The 
Warren House, Wrington, Somerset, Jan. 29, 1930. (The 
Times, Jan. 31, 1930.) 

GIBSON (post GIBSON-WATT), JAMES WATT. Adm. pens, 
(age 19) at Magd.\lene, June 17, 1851. S. of James, Esq., 
of Ayrshire. [B. Aug. 4, 1831.] School, Rugbv. Matric. 
Michs. 1851. Of Doldowlod Hall, Rhayader, and Heathfield 
House, Handsworth, Birmingham. J. P. and D.L. High 
Sheriff for Radnorshire, 1858. Assumed the additional 
surname of Watt, Dec. 29, 1856. Died June 19, 1891, at 
Brighton. Father of James M. Gibson-Watt (1895). (Rugby 
Sch. Reg.) 

GIBSON, JOHN. .\dm. FeU.-Com. at Jesus, Oct. 13, 1785. Of 
Suffolk. [Possibly s. of Edgar, who inherited Busshes 
Manor, Mendlesham, Sufiolk, from his mother: see Copinger, 
Manors of Suffolk, iii. 284.] Matric. Michs. 1786; B.A. 1790; 
M.A. 1793. 

GIBSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 20, 1809. 

GIBSON, JOHN. .\dm. FeU.-Com. at St Catharine's, Oct. 13, 
1S21. [S. of John, merchant, of Hoxton, Middlesex and of 
Barnard Castle, Yorks.] B. [1795], in London. Matric. 
Michs. 1821; B..A. 1826; M..'^. 1829. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
June 19, 1825; priest, June 18, 1826; C. of Gt Whelnetham, 
Suffolk, 1825-9. Assistant Minister of St Peter's, Sheffield, 
1829-65. Married (i) Catherine, dau. of the Rev. John 
Dawson, minister of Nether Chapel; (2) Mar\' Harriet 
Fenton. Died Dec. 5, 1865, aged 70, at Askern, Yorks. 
(Crockford confuses him with John, B..'\., Durham, 1838; 
P.C. of Muggleswick, Durham, 1851-5.) Father of John D. 
(1841) and Richard H. (1845) and perhaps of Francis A. 
(1861). (G. Mag., 1866, 1. 153; Hunter, Sheffield, 265.) 

GIBSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Dec. 5, 1821. 
Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1822. Migrated to Sidney, 
July 8, 1S23; B.A. (4//! Classic) 1826; M.A. 1829; B.D. 1836. 
FeUow and Tutor of Sidney. Ord. deacon (Bristol) 1827; 
priest (Ely) June 14, 1829; C. of Sawston, Cambs. C. of 
St John's, Stratford, Essex. V. of Brent Pelham with 
Fumeaux Pelham, Herts., 1839-63 [according to Crockford 
and Clergy List, but Index Eccles. gives July 2, 1836-63]. 
Married Jane, dau. of John Hubbard, Aug. 2, 1836. Author, 
Testimony of the Church to the Nature and Effects of Holy 
Baptism; Manual of Prayers; University Sermons. Died Dec. 
19, 1863, at Fumeaux Pelham. M.I. Father of Bernard 



Gibson, John William Pennefather 

(1869); his 4th son, Herbert, was created Bart, in 1851. 
(Cussans, I. Pt 2, 144; Burke, P. and B.; G. Mag., 1864, 1. 

260.) 

GIBSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 28, 1835. B. 
July 18, 1814, at .Appleby, Westmorland. Matric. Michs. 
1835. Migrated to St Catharine's, Dec. 10, 1835; B..A. 1839. 

GIBSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Jesus, May 2, 1836. S. of 
John, Esq. Of Essex. Matric. Michs. 1S36; B.A. (16th 
Wrangler) 1840; M.A. 1843. Fellow, 1842-57. Tutor and 
Dean. Chiefly responsible for the restoration of the College 
Chapel; ' to his consummate taste and judgment the success- 
ful accomplishment of the enterprise was in large measure 
due' (A. Gray). Ord. deacon (Ely) 1843; priest, 1846. R. of 
King's Stanley, Gloucs., 1857-86. Lived latteriy at 65, 
Lansdowne Place, Brighton, where he died in Nov. 1892. 
(Crockford; The Guardian, Nov. 16, 1892; F. Brittain.) 

GIBSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 31, 1870. S. of 
Henrv- (1826), R. of Fyfield, Essex. B. there [Feb. 20], 1851. 
School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1870; Scholar, 1872; 
Prizeman; B.A. (Class. Trip., ist Class) 1874; M-A- ^877- 
Assistant Master at Westminster School, 1875-80. Tutor of 
Quenimore School, Upper Norwood, 1880; Principal, 1883- 
191S. .Author, Modern Education; editor of State Corre- 
spondent. Died June 23, 1918, at 27, Oueensborough Terrace, 
Bayswater, London, W. Brother ^f Charles H. (1853). 
(Uppingham Sch. Roll; Sclioolmasters' Directories; Scott, 
MSS.; The Times, June 25, 1918.) 

GIBSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 10, 1882. S. of 
George, of St James's House, King's L\Tin, Norfolk. B. there 
[.'\ug. 22], 1863. Schools, Mariborou'gh CoUege [and Ton- 
bridge]. Matric. Michs. 1882; B..A. 1885. An actor. Died 
July 18, 1895, at Los Pinos, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 
(Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Tonbridge Sch. Reg.) 

GIBSON, JOHN DAWSON. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
June 23, 1841. [S. of John (1821), C. of Gt Whelnetham, 
Suffolk.] B. 1823, at Cambridge. School, Lines, (private). 
Matric. Michs. 1841; B.A. 1S45; M.A. (Lit. Reg.) 1848. Ord. 
deacon (Winchester) 1845; priest, 1846; C. of Ham, Surrey, 
1846-7. Chaplain of H..M. Bombay Establishment (East 
India Co.), 1848-65. C. of Worksop, Notts, (date not 
recorded). V. of Brinsley, 1867-74-. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1876. Brother of Richard H. (1845) and perhaps 
half-brother of Francis .\. (1861). (Clergy List.) 

GIBSON, JOHN ERNEST. Adm. pens, at Queens', Michs. 1893. 
S. of WUliam (1865). B. Dec. 16, 1874, at Newcastle-on- 
Tyne. Matric. Michs. 1S93; B.A. 1896; M..\. 1900. .\dm. 
SoUcitor, Mar. 1900. Practised at Newcastle-on-Tyne 
(Messrs Clayton and Gibson). Under Sheriff for Northum- 
berland, 1930. Died Jan. 1932. Brother of Thomas A. (1899) 
and WUliam W. (1892). (Law Lists; Uppingham Sch. Roll.) 

GIBSON, JOHN HENRY ASHLEY. Adm. pens, at Clare, 
July 5, 1848. Matric. Michs. 1848; Scholar; B.A. 1852; M.A. 
1858. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1853; priest, 1854; C. of 
St Martin's, Liverpool, 1853-5. C. of St Andrew's, Ancoats, 
Lanes., 1856. C. of Famham, Yorks., 1857-8. C. of Widley 
with Wymering, Hants., 1859. C. of St Barnabas, Pimlico, 
London, i860. C. of St Paul's, Knightsbridge, 1861-2. C. of 
St Paul's, Brighton, 1864-1902. .Author, religious. Lived 
latterly at 11, Denmark Terrace, Brighton. Died Feb. 12, 
1914, aged 83. {Clergy List; Crockford; The Guardian, 
Feb. 20, 1914.) 

GIBSON, JOHN SPODE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 23, 
1S41. Of Lancaster. S. of the Rev. J. [John, M.A., P.C. 
of Garston, in 1841]. Bapt. .\pT. 20, 1824. School, Man- 
chester Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1843; Scholar; B..\. 1847. 
Ord. deacon (Chester?) 1847; priest, 1848; C. of Todmorden, 
Lanes., 1847. C. of Heybridge, Essex. Lived at .'Mgburth, 
Liverpool, 1852-63. Disappears from Clergy List, 1864, and 
Crockford, 1865. 

GIBSON, JOHN SUMNER. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 

Nov. 14, 1851. S. of WUliam (1821). B. at Chester. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1852; ChanceUor's EngUsh Medal, 
1855; B.A. 1857; M.A. i860. Cricket 'blue,' 1855. Ord. 
deacon and priest (Canterbury) 1857; C. of RusthaU, Kent, 
1857-62. C. of Corley, Warws., 1863-7. V. of LuUington, 
Derbs., 1869-73. Lived latterly at Salehurst, Sussex, where 
he died Sept. 28, 1892. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Cant. 
Act Bk.; The Times, Oct. i, 1892; The Guardian, Oct. 5, 
1892.) 

GIBSON, JOHN WILLIAM PENNEFATHER. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, June 17, 1890. S. [and h.] of John George [Justice 
of the King's Bench], of 38, FitzwUliam Place, DubUn. 
B. [July 31, 1872], in DubUn. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 
Michs. 1890; B..-\. 1893; M..\. 1897. Called to the Bar, 
Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 26, 1897. Practised at the Irish Bar. 
Of 38, FitzwiUiam Place, DubUn, in 1911. (Charterhouse Sch. 
Reg. ; Law Lists.) 



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Gibson, Jonathan Skelton 

GIBSON, JONATKAN SKELTON. Adin. at Trinity, Apr. 26, 
1822; a 'Ten-year man.' [Possibly the man who had been 
apparently adm. pens, at Trinity Hall in 1810 as Jonathan 
Skelton, s. of J., Esq., of Chandos Street, Covent Garden, 
London.] C. of Hillingham, Durham. An accomplished 
classical scholar and a good linguist. Possessed a valuable 
library, the sale of which continued for three days. Com- 
mitted suicide at Billingham, by hangin_g himself from an 
apple-tree, Sept. 25, 1842. See also entries under Skelton. 
(G. Mag., 1842, II. 670.) 

GIBSON, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 15, 1862. S. of 
Joseph, of Kirkby-Lonsdale, Westmorland. B. [Dec. 30, 
1844], at Whelprigg, Westmorland. School, Rugbv. Matric. 
Michs. 1863; B.A. 1867; M.A. 1870. Of Whelprigg, West- 
morland. J. P. for Lanes, and Westmorland. D.L. for 
Westmorland. Died unmarried Sept. 20, 1885. (Rugby Sch. 
Reg.; Burke, L.G.) 

GIBSON, JOSEPH (1896), see HOLLINS. 

GIBSON, JOSHUA. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, Mar. 8, 
1758. S. of William, of Wakefield, Yorks. School, Wakefield 
(Mr Clarke). Matric. Michs. 1758; Scholar, 1761; B.A. 1762. 
Ord. priest (York) Mar. 20, 1763; C. of Epworth, Lines., 
1763-1808. V. of Crowle, 1782-98. Died Apr. 5, 1808, aged 
68, at Epworth. (G. Mag., 180S, i. 460, gives 'of which he 
had been curate for 45 years.') 

GIBSON, MARSDEN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 6, 1S61. 
S. of Thomas Cummings, of Grenaby Grange, Isle of Man. 

B. at Newcastle-on-Tyne. School, Boulogne-sur-Mer, France 
(private). Matric. Michs. 1861; (Moral Sci. Trip., 1st Class, 
1864); B.A. 1865; M.A. 1870. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 
1866; priest (Chester) 1867; C. of Rushen, Isle of Man, 
1866-8. C. of St Michael's, Chester Square, London, 1868-9. 

C. of All Saints', Knightsbridge, 1870. C. of St Matthias, 
Bethnal Green, 1871-2. Master of St Magdalen Hospital 
with Chaplaincy of St Thomas-the-Martyr, Newcastle-on- 
Tyne, 1872-93. R. (and Lord of the manor) of Chulmleigh, 
Devon, 1893-1901. Died Mar. 27, 1901, aged 60. Father of 
Godfrey M. (1897). (Crockford; Fox-Davies, Armorial 
Families; The Times, Mar. 29, 1901.) 

GIBSON, MATTHEW. Adm. sizar (age 21) at Trinity, Mar. 27, 
1824. S. of Matthew. B. at Carlisle. School, Appleby, 
Westmorland (Mr Waller). Matric. Michs. 1824; B.A. 1829; 
M.A. 1832. One of these names (not of Oxford) appears in 
Clergy List, 1845-66, as of Boulogne; not in Crockford. 

GIBSON, NICHOLAS WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, Apr. 9, 1819. S. of Nicholas. B. at Newcastle-on- 
Tyne. School, Edinburgh (Mr Terrot). Matric. Michs. 1820; 
Scholar, 1822; B.A. (27(/i Wrangler) 1824; Tyrwhitt Hebrew 
Scholar, 1826; M.A. 1827. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1826; 
priest, 1827; Chaplain of Trinity Hall. R. of St Thomas's, 
Ardwick, Manchester, 1831-67. Senior Canon Residentiary 
of Manchester, 1861 ; Sub-Dean, 1874. Proctor for Dean and 
Chapter of Manchester, 1874-80. Died June 18, 18S2, aged 
79, at The Polygon, Ardwick. (Crockford; The Guardian, 
June 21, 1882.) 

GIBSON, PENDARVES CHRISTOPHER POLL. Adm. pens, at 
Selwyn H., Oct. I, 1898. [Only s. of Edward Pendarves 
(1866), R. of Stock Harvard, Essex.] B. Feb. 7, 1880. 
Matric. Michs. 1898. Joined the Lanes. Fusiliers, 1901; 
served in Burma with the R. Fusiliers and in India with the 
native Lancers and Gurkhas on the N.W. Frontier. After 
about eight years' service retired and acted as assistant 
surveyor on railway construction in Western Australia and 
in Ocean Island (EUice Group). Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Capt., R. FusiUers; in GaUipoli); killed in action, 
Apr. 10, 1917. (Scott, MSS.; Univ. War List; The Times, 
Apr. 21, 1917-) 

GIBSON, REGINALD DANIELL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 11, 1876. [Youngest] s. of Edward (1822), of 16, Morland 
Road, Croydon, Surrey. B. [Nov. 16], 1857, at Ashby Magna. 
School, Guildford Grammar, Surrey (Dr Merriman). Matric. 
Michs. 1876; Winchester Reading Prize, 1879; B.A. 1880; 
M.A. 1884. Ord. deacon (Durham) 1881; priest, 1883; C. of 
W. Rainton, Durham, 1881-3. C. of St James's, Croydon, 
Surrey, 1883-4. C. of St Saviours, Eastbourne, 1884-93. 
C. of Horsham, 1896-8. R. of St Anne's, Lewes, 1898-1903. 
R. of L. Horsted, 1908-15. Lie. pr., dio. Chichester, 1903-8 
and 1915-41; dio. Canterbury, 1930-41. Lived latterly at 
Birdhurst Rise, South Croydon. Died Aug. 10, 1941, at 
Polegate, Sussex. (The Times, Aug. 12, 1941; Crockford.) 

GIBSON, RICHARD HUDSON. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 

May 5, 1845. S. of John(i82i),C.of Gt Whelnetham, Suffolk 
[and Catherine]. B. [Dec. 18, 1826], at Gt Whelnetham. 
School, King Edward VI, Birmingham (Mr Lee). Matric. 



Gibson, Thomas Alexander 

Michs. 1845; B.A. 1849; M.A. 1886. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
1850; priest, 1S51; C. of St-Martin-at-Palace, Norwich, 
1850-2. C. of Rickinghall Superior, Suiiolk, 1852-64. P.C. 
of E. Cowes, Isle of Wight, 1864-8. R. of Lound, SuSolk, 
1868-1904. Domestic Chaplain to Lord Thurlow, 1874-1904. 
Hon. Canon of Norwich, 1886-92. .'\rchdeacon of Suffolk, 
1892-1900. Died Jan. 18, 1904. Father of Arthur C. (1880) ; 
brother of John D. (1841) and perhaps stepbrother of 
Francis A. (1861). (Crockford; Who was Who; Whelnetham 
Reg.) 

GIBSON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 27) at Trinity Hall, 
Oct. 20, 1790. School, Lancaster. Matric. Michs. 1791- 
LL.B. 1798. Ord. priest (London) Sept. 20, 1795; V. of 
Newland, Gloucs., 1797-1803. R. of Fyfield, Essex, 1803. 
P.C. of Holy Trinity, Preston, Lanes., 1820-4. Died Mar. 30, 
1840, 'aged 74,' at Fyfield rectory. Father of Henry (1826). 
(G. Mag., 1840, n. 103; Foster, Index Eccles.; Clergy List.) 

GIBSON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pembroke, Oct. 19. 
1812. [4th s. of Charles, Esq., of Quernniore, Lanes. B. 
there.] Matric. Michs. 1813; Scholar; B.A. 1817; M..^. 1820. 
Ord. deacon, 1819; priest, 1820. V. of Bolton-le-Sands, 
Lanes., 1824-74. Lived there subsequently and disappears 
from Crockford, 1877. (Foster, Index Eccles.; Clergy List.) 

GIBSON, ROBERT. .\dm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Apr. 29, 
1824. Of Essex. [Occurs in Masters' History of Corpus 
Christi as Richard; but admission Register correctly gives 
Robert.] Matric. Michs. 1824; B.A. 1828. Ord. deacon 
(London) June 14, 1829; priest, June 6, 1830. 

GIBSON, ROBERT BOWNESS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 

Feb. 7,1835. Of Westmorland. Matric. Michs. 1835; Scholar, 
1836; B.A. (i6tk Wrangler) 1839; M.A. 1842. Ord. priest 
(Carlisle) Sept. 19, 1841. R. of St Mary Abchurch with 
St Lawrence Pountney, London, 1844-92. Married and had 
issue. Died Oct. 25, 1892, aged 75, at Adamson Road, 
S. Hampstead. (Crockford; The Guardian, Nov. 2, 1892; 
C. R. Hudleston.) 

GIBSON, ROWLAND. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Christ's, Oct. 22, 
1763. S. of Rowland. B. at Kirkby-Lonsdale. School, 
Kirkby-Lonsdale. Matric. Michs. 1764; Scholar, 1765; B.A. 
1768; M.A. 1784. Ord. deacon (Lincoln, Litt. dim. from 
Rochester) Feb. 1768; Chaplain to Lord Rodney. V. of 
Heathfield, Sussex, 1773-?. Preb. of Chichester, 1778. V. of 
Henfield, 1784-5. Died 1785. (Peile, 11. 277; Cant. Act Bk.) 

GIBSON, SAMUEL WILKS. Adm. sub-sizar at Trinity, Oct. 8, 
1866. S. of Barnabas. B. [Mar. 2], 1848, at Leeds. Schools, 
Peterborough Grammar (Mr Wallis) and Perse Grammar, 
Cambridge (Mr Heppenstall). Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 
1870; M.."^. 1882. Ord. deacon (Durham) 1879; priest, 1881; 
C. of Wallsend, Northumb., 1879-83. C. of Pembury, Kent, 
1883-5. R. of Caundle Marsh, Dorset, 1885-1924. Lived 
latterly at no, Park Road, Peterborough, where he died 
Oct. 16, 1927. (Crockford; The Guardian, Oct. 28, 1927.) 

GIBSON, STANLEY TAYLOR. Adm. pens, at Queens', July i, 
1844. Matric. Michs. 1844; B.A. (i^th Wrangler) 1848; M.A. 
1851; B.D. i860. Fellow, 1850. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1852; 
priest, 1854; C. of Whittlesford, Cambs. C. of AU Saints', 
Paddington, and later of St George-the-Martyr, Holborn, 
London. R. of St Botolph's, Cambridge, 1857-62. R. of 
Sandon, Essex, 1862-89. Died Oct. 24, 1889, aged 63, at 
Sandon. Buried there. (Scott, MSS.; The Guardian, 
Oct. 30, 1889.) 

GIBSON, SYDNEY HERBERT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1893. S. of C. R. [lawyer, of Westhill Lodge, Dartford, 
Kent]. B. [Sept. 9, 1874], at Cross-Canonby, Cumberland. 
School, St Paul's, and at London University. Matric. Michs. 
1893; B.A. 1896. At St Bartholomew's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; 
L.R.C.P., 1904. House Surgeon, Victoria Hospital for 
Children, Chelsea. Assistant Medical Officer, Royal General 
Dispensary, Bartholomew Close. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Capt., R.A.M.C). Divisional Surgeon, City of 
London Police. Surgeon-Superintendent under Crown Agent 
for Colonies. Surgeon, B. I.S.N. Co., in 1942. (St Paul's Sch. 
Reg.; Medical Directories.) 

GIBSON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. 27, 1775. Of 
Essex. Scholar, 1775; matric. Lent, 1776. 

GIBSON, THOMAS ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Michs. 1899. [S. of William (1865). B. Jan. 30, 1880, at 
Gateshead, Durham. School, Uppingham.] Matric. Michs. 
1899; B.A. 1903. Football (rugby) 'blue,' 1901, 1902. 
Rugby International (England), 1905. Timber merchant. 
Of Haydon Park, Haydon Bridge, Northumberland. Died 
Apr. 27, 1937. Brother of John E. (1893) and William W. 
(1892). (Uppingham Sch. Roll; Book of Blues.) 



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Gibson, Thomas Milner 

GIBSON (post MILNER-GIBSON), THOMAS MILNER. Adm. 
pens, (age i8) at Trinity, Aug. 25, 1823. S. and h. of 
Thomas [Milner], Major, ^7th Foot. B. Sept. 3, 1806, at 
[Port of Spain], Trinidad, \V. Indies. School, Charterhouse, 
i8iq-24. [First at school with Disraeh at Higham Hill, 
Essex.] Matric. Michs. 1824; B..\. (36/A Wrangler) 1830. 
Of Theberton House, Saxmundham, Suffolk. J. P. and D.L. 
One of Cobden's most influential allies for aboUtion of the 
Com Laws and one of the first official e.xponents of Free 
Trade. M.P. for Ipswich, 1837-9; for .Manchester, 1841-57; 
for Ashton-under-Lyne, 1857-68. Vice-President of the 
Board of Trade, 1846-8; President, 1859-66. P.C., 1846. 
President of Poor Law Board, 1859. Declined the Governor- 
ship of Mauritius, 1869, also the honour of K.C.B. Took an 
active part in the promotion of the commercial treaty with 
France. The abolition of the newspaper stamp, the advertise- 
ment duty and the excise on paper was largely due to his 
exertions. President of the Association for the Repeal of the 
Ta.xes on Knowledge, 1850. Sampson's History of Adver- 
tising, 1875, is dedicated to him 'in recognition of the sepice 
he rendered to advertising and journalism.' Retired, with a 
pension of £'2000 a year, to his residence in Suffolk. One of 
the best known amateur yachtsmen, he was the last to cruise 
in the Mediterranean with a free pass from the Bey of .\lgiers, 
1830. Elder Brother of Trinity House and PubUc Works Loan 
Commissioner. .Assumed, by Royal licence, the additional 
surname of Milner, Feb. 7, 1839, in order to testify his respect 
for the memory of Robert Nlilner, of Ipswich. Married, 
Feb. 23, 1832, .^rethusa Susanna, dau. of the Rev. Sir Thomas 
Gery Cullum, Bart., of Hardwick House, Bur\' St Edmunds. 
Died Feb. 25, 1884, on board his vacht at .Algiers. Buried at 
Theberton. Father of George G. (1876). (D.X.B.; W. D. 
Parish, Carthusian Worthies; H. Francis, Orators of the Age; 
Burke, P. and B.; Boose, i. 1141-2.) 

GIBSON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Pembroke, Feb. 11, 
1763. [S. and h. of Richard, of Lowestoft.] Matric. Michs. 
1764; B..\. 1767; M..'^. 1771; Seatonian Prize, 177^, 1781. 
Fellow, 1777. Ord. deacon (Norwich) July 12, 1767; priest, 
July 13, 1769; C. of Wymondham, Norfolk, 1767. R- of 
Winterton, 1769-. R. of Colney, 1789-1821. Preb. of 
Lincoln, 1789. F.S.A., 1784. Author, Religion, a poetical 
essay. Died July 29, 1821, aged 76, at Colney. (G. Mag., 
1821, II. 571.) 

GIBSON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Jan. 27, 
1821. S. of James. B. [1804], at Liverpool. Schools, Burgh- 
field, Berks, [and Shrewsbury (1818-22)]. Matric. Michs. 
1823; B..^. 1827; U.A. 1830. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1830; 
priest, 1831; C. of Holy Trinity, Chester, 1830-2. R. of 
St Bridget's, Chester, 1832-9. R. of Fawley with Exbury, 
Hants., 1839-62. Married EUza Maria, dau. of J. B. Sumner, 
Bishop of Chester. Died 1S62. Father of John S. (1851). 
(Shreu'sbury Sch. Reg.; F. C. Beazleigh; Crockford.) 

GIBSON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 12, 1844. 
S. of William, coroner, of Chelmsford [and Eliza]. B. [Mar. 3, 
1826], at Chelmsford. Bapt. Apr. 14, 1826. School, Chel- 
tenham College. Matric. Michs. 1845; B.A. 1849. Ord. 
deacon (Rochester) 1849; priest (Peterb.) 1851; C. of Exton, 
Rutland, 1830-9. V. of Tilty, Essex, 1859-99. DiedSept. 10, 

1899, at The White House, Ongar. (Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; 
Crockford; The Times, Sept. 13, 1899.) 

GIBSON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Queens', Sept. 29, 1865. 
[S. of William, chemist, of Hexham, Northumberland, and 
Clara.] Matric. Michs. 1865; B..\. {10th Wrangler) 1869; 
M.A. 1872. Fellow. Adm. Solicitor, 1872 (Messrs Clayton 
and Gibson). Married Annie Ritson. Died Sept. 24, 1917, 
at his residence, 3, Windsor Terrace, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 
Father of William W. (1892), John E. (1893) and Thomas A. 
(1899). (W. W. Gibson.) 

GIBSON, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. I, 1887. S. of John, Esq., of Whitkirk, near Leeds. 

B. Dec. 20, 1868. Educated privately. Matric. Michs. 1887; 
B.A. 1890. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1896; priest, 1899; C. of 
Smeaton, Yorks., 1896-8. C. of Kirkby Ravensworth, 189S- 

1900. Died Nov. 28, 1900, at Whitkirk. (T. A. Walker, 595; 
Crockford.) 

GIBSON, WILLIAM LOUIS. Adm. sizar (age 24) at Trinity, 
June 20, 1839. S. of William. B. at Cambridge. School, 
Perse, Cambridge (Mr Bailey). Matric. Michs. 1839; B.A. 
1843. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) June 22, 1843; priest, 1844; 

C. of .\11 Saints', Northampton, 1843-5. P.C. of Damall, 
Yorks., 1845-70. C. of St Andrew's, Northampton, 1870-6. 
C. of Morden with Charborough, Dorset, 1876-80. Dis- 
appears from Crockford, 1881. 

GIBSON, WILLIAM WAYMOUTH. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Michs. 1S92. [S. of William (1865), of Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
B. .A.ug. 30, 1873, at Gateshead. School, Uppingham.] 
Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; LL.M. 1898. D.C.L., 
Durham. hdc\. Solicitor, Feb. 1899. Practised for many 



Giddy, Davies 

years at Newcastle-on-Tyne (Messrs Clayton and Gibson). 
President of the Council of the Law Society. Knighted, 
1939. Of 7, Grey Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne, and West 
Quarter, Hexham, Northumberland. Brother of John E. 
(1893) and Thomas A. (1S99). {Who's Who; Uppingham 
Sch. Roll; Laii! Lists; Kelly, Handbook, 1942.) 

GIBSON-CARMICHAEL, see CARMICHAEL. 

GIBSON-CRAIG, JAMES HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Julv 6, 1859. S. [and h.] of Sir WUliam, Bart., of Riccarton, 
near Edinburgh. B. there [Sept. 21], 1841. Schools [Loretto 
(1852-5) and] Harrow (1S55-61). Matric. Michs. 1861; B.A. 
(36;/! Wrangler) 1865; M..^. 1868. Adm. advocate, Scottish 
Bar, 1867. Succeeded his father as 3rd Bart., 1S78. His an- 
cestor, James Gibson, assumed the name of Gibson-Craig in 
virtue of the entail made by Robert Craig, of Riccarton, 
.•Vug. 19, 18 18. J.P. and D.L. for Midlothian. Convenor 
and Chairman of Midlothian County Council, 1895-1908. 
Brigadier, R. Companv of .Archers. Captain of Committee of 
International CurUng '.Match (England v. Scotland) from its 
start, 1893. Of Riccarton, Currie. Died Sept. 28, 190S. 
(Loretto Sch. Reg.; Harrow Sch. Reg.; Who was Who; Burke, 
P. and B. [sub Carmichael).) 

GIBSON-WATT, JAMES MILLER. .\dm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 29, 1895. S. [and h.] of James Watt (1S51), of Dol- 
dowlod Hall, Rhayader, Radnorshire. B. there rSept. 6], 
1875. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1895; B..-\. 1898. Lieut., 
Mihtia Batt., S. Wales Borderers. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Major, S. Wales Borderers). Of Doldowlod Hall, 
Rhayader, Radnorshire. Died Aug. 4, 1929. (Eton Sch. 
Lists; Univ. War List; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The 
Times, .\ug. 13, 1929.) 

GIBSON-WATT, JAMES WATT (1851), see GIBSON, J. W. 

GIBSONE, BURFORD WARING. Adm. sub-sizar (age 19) at 
Trinity, Feb. 26, 1849. S. of Burford G. H. B. 1828, in 
London. [B..-\. of King's College, London, 1851; B.Sc. i86r. 
Fellow, 1867.] Matric. Michs. 1849; Scholar, 1851-6; B.A. 
(gth Wrangler) 1853; (Nat. Sci. Trip., ist Class, 1854); M.A. 
1862. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1854; priest (Worcester) 
1856; C. of AU Saints', Norwood, Surrey, 1854. Vice- 
Principal of Elizabeth College, Guernsey, 1855. Professor of 
Mathematics in Queen's College and Chaplain to Hospital, 
Birmingham, 1855-7. Head Master, Grosvenor College, 
Bath, 1857-62. Second Master, Mercer's School, London, 
1862-6. Head Master, St Peter's College, Eaton Square, 
1866-73. C. of St John's, Battersea, 1873. Lecturer of 
Theydon Gamon, Essex, 1874-6. V. of Wolvey, Warws., 
1876-96. Died Mar. 8, 1896. (Cant. Aa Bk.; Boase,v. ^o-^-^; 
The Record, Mar. 13, 1896.) 

GIDDINS, CHAFFEY GEORGE. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 3, 1885. 
S. of Wilham Chaffey. B. 1867, at Mymms HaU, S. Mymms, 
Middlesex. School, Totteridge Park. Matric. Michs. 1S85; 
B.A. 1888; M.A. and LL.M. 1892. Of Mymms HaU, S. 
Mymms, Herts. J.P. for Middlesex, 1914; for Herts., r9ig. 
Member of Council of .\griculture for England and Wales 
and of Council of National Farmers' Union. Lived latterly 
at Eastbourne, where he died May 28, 1940. Brother of 
Stanley (next). (The Times, May 30, 1940.) 

GIDDINS, STANLEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Aug. 15, 
1888. S. of W. Chaffey, Esq., of Mymms Hall, South Mymms, 
Bamet, N. School, Totteridge Park. Matric. Michs. 1888. 
Brother of Chaffey G. (above). 

GIDDY, ARTHUR WILLIAM. .\dm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 2, 1S93. S. of F. R., Esq., of London and York Bank, 
Scarborough. B. Feb. 27, 1874. School, King William's 
College, Isle of Man. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.-'V. 1896; U.A. 
1900. Ord. deacon (Wakefield) 1898; priest, 1899; C. of 
Sandal Magna, Yorks., 1898-1904. C. of St John's, Cape 
Town, S. .Africa, 1904-9; R. there, 1909-13. R. of Constantia, 
Cape of Good Hope, 1913-28. R. of Ceres, 1928-35. R. of 
Durbanville, 1935-8-. Disappears from Crockford, 1939. 
(King William's College, Isle of Man, Reg.) 

GIDDY (post GILBERT), DAVIES. M.A., incorp. from Oxford, 
1794; LL.D. (do) 1833. Only s. of Edward, C. of St Erth, 
Cornwall. B. there Mar. 6, 1767. School, Penzance Grammar. 
Matric. (age 18) from Pembroke College, Oxford, Apr. 12, 
1785; M.A. (Oxford) 1789; D.C.L. (O.xford) 1832. F.S..\., 
1820. M.P. for Helston, 1804-6; for Bodmin in eight parlia- 
ments, 1806-33. President of the Royal Society, 1827-30. 
Nominated the eight wTiters of the 'Bridgewater Treatises.' 
Fellow of Linnean Society. Promoter and President of the 
Geological Society of Cornwall. High Sheriff of Cornwall, 
1792-3. Encouraged the early talents of Sir Humphry Davy. 
A college friend of Thomas Beddoes, who dedicated a work 
to him. Selected Brunei's design for the Clifton suspension 
bridge, 1830, and calculated for Telford the length of the 
chains required for the Menai bridge. Suggested the estab- 
Ushment of the observatory at the Cape of Good Hope, 1819. 



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Giddy, Richard William Shepstone 

During the Com Bill dots. Mar. 1815, his residence, 6, Holies 
Street, London, was attacked bv the mob. Married, Apr. 18, 
1 808, Mary Ann, only dau. of Thomas Gilbert, of Eastbourne, 
and acquired estates there. Author, Parochial History of 
Cornwall, 1838; A Plain Statement of the Bullion Question. 
Edited Cornish texts, A Collection of Christmas Carols, and 
two Cornish mystery plays. Assumed the name of Gilbert 
in lieu of Giddy, Dec. 10, 1816. In 1825 he established a 
private press in his house at Eastbourne, where his eldest 
daughter, Catherine, a<:ted as compositor. Died Dec. 24, 
1830, at Eastbourne. Father of John Davies, F.R.S. 
{Changes of Name; D.N.B., which mistakenly gives change 
of name 1817; Boasc, Coll. Cornub., 276; G. Mag., 1840, i. 
208.) 

GIDDY, RICHARD WILLIAM SHEPSTONE. Adra. pens, at 
Peterhouse, Oct. 6, 1874. S. and h. of Richard William 
Hoskins [Treasurer-General of Griqualand], of Queenstown. 

B. May 6, 185 5. Schools, Bedford and Christ's College, 
Finchley. Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 1878; M.A. and LL.M. 
1881. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 27, 1875. Called to 
the Bar, May 15, 1878. Practised before Supreme Court, 
Cape Colony. (Laie Lists; T. A. Walker, 844; Foster, Men at 
the Bar.) 

GIDEON, SAMPSON (1819), see EARDLEY, SAMPSON. 

GIDNEY, WILLIAM THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age :g) at Jesus, 
Oct. I, 1872. S. of William Thomas, Esq. B. at East Dere- 
ham, Norfolk. School, Albert College, Framlingham. Matric. 
Michs. 1872; B.A. 1876; M.A. 1879. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
1876; priest (London) 1877; C. of Heigham, Norfolk, 1876-7. 

C. of St Paul's, Canonbury, Middlesex, 1877-g. C. of St 
Bride's, Liverpool, 1879-82. Assistant Secretary, Jews' 
Society, 1883-1900; Secretary, 1900-9. Lect. at St Michael 
Bassishaw, London, 1889-92. Author, Sites and Scenes, or 
Oriental Missions to Jews; History of the London Jews' 
Society. Lived latterly at 63, Palace Road, Tulse Hill, where 
he died Oct. 11, 1909, aged 36. (Crockford; The Times, 
Oct. 13, 1909.) 

GIDOIN, JOHN PRESTWOOD. Adm. pens, at Sidney, May 26, 

1786. S. and h. of John Lewis, Capt., R.N., of Modbury, 
Devon. B. there June 11, 1768. Schools, Plympton, Devon 
(Mr R. Foster) and Tonbridge. Matric. Michs. 1786; Scholar, 

1787. R. of Lympstone, Devon, 1792-1820 ('Gideon, J. P.'). 
Clergy List gives 'J. L. Gidoin' living (apparently retired) 
at 'Lymeston, near Exeter,' 1841-5. {Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; 
G. Moore Smith, who gives 'b. May 26.') 

GIELGUD, HENRY LEX FRANCIS ADAM. Adm. at Pembroke, 
Oct. 1900. Only s. of Henry Joseph Anthony, merchant, of 
12, Lupus Street, St George's Square, London. B. Feb. 12, 
1881, at Bedford Park, Chiswick. School, Aldenham. Matric. 
Michs. 1900; Scholar; B..^. (Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 
1903. Chartered Accountant. Secretary, Leach's Argentine 
Estates, Ltd., and Argentine Iron and Steel Co. Ltd. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (7th Batt., Norfolk Regt.; Capt., 
1915; Major, 1916; Acting Lieut. -Col., 7th Norfolk Regt., 
1917; M.C.; last seen Nov. 30, 1917, 'surrounded by the 
enemy and fighting desperately, although wounded.' 
{Aldenham Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; Univ. War List; The 
Times, Feb. 9, 191S.) 

GIFFARD, FREDERICK WALTER. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. II, 1830. [S. of James, next.] Matric. Michs. 1831. 
C. of Caboum, Lines., 1846-50. V. of Wootton, 1850-9. 
Died Sept. 22, 1859. Father of William W. G. (1867). 
(G. Mag., 1859, II. 539; Clfrgy List; Crockford.) 

GIFFARD or GIFFORD, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Nov. 1, 1786. S. and h. of William, of Quy Hall, Cambs. 
[and Elizabeth, dau. of James Bones, of Fen-Ditton HaU, 
Cambs.]. Bapt. Jan. 28, 1770, at All Saints', Cauibridge. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1786; B.A. 1791; M..'^. 1794. 
C. of Whaplode, Lines. C. of Waterbeach, Cambs. Naval 
Chaplain. C. of West Meon, Hants. C. of Wrawby, Lines. 
V. (and patron) of Wootton, 1814-49. V. of Cabourn, 1821- 
49. Married, June 7, 1808, ."Vniie, dau. of John Goodwin, 
of Brigg, and widow of Thomas Swan, banker, of Gains- 
borough. Author, poetical, etc. Died Aug. 18, 1849, at 
Wootton. Father of Frederick W. (above). {Eton Coll. 
Reg.; Foster, Index Eccles.; Clergy Lists; Scott, MSS.\ 
Monson, Lines. Church Notes; Etoniana, Jan. 24, 1934; 
Memoir of himself; G. Mag., 1849, 11. 548; P. B. G. Binnall.) 

GIFFARD, WILLIAM WALTER GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 18) 
at Jesus, Oct. 1867. S. of Frederick Walter (1830), deceased. 
B. at Cabourn, Lines. School, Rossall. Matric. Michs. 1867; 
Scholar; B.A. 1871. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1872; priest, 
1873; C. of Louth, Lines., 1872-3. V. (and patron) of 
Wootton, 1873-1912. J. P. for Lines. Chaplain of Morden 
College, Blackheath, 1912-23. Married, May 6, 1884, Mar- 
garet E., dau. of the late Rev. J. Pettit. Died May 10, 1923, 
aged 76, at Blackheath. (Crockford; The Times, May 12, 
1923; P. B. G. Binnall.) 



GiFFORD, Sir Robert 

GIFFORD .ALGERNON CHARLES. Adm. sizar at St John's, 

Oct. 9, 1880. S. of Algernon, clerk [Missionary in Labrador, 
and Sarah Ann]. B. at sea, on board the ship Zealandia, 
1862. Bapt. Apr. 18, 1862. School, Denstone College 
(D. Edwards, M.A.). Matric. Michs. 1880; Scholar, 1882; 
Herschel Prizeman, 1882; B.A. (14;^ Wrangler, 1883) 1884; 
M.A. 1887. Mathematical and Science Master at Waitaki 
High School, N. Zealand, 1883-9; at Christ's College there, 
1889-92; at Wellington College there, 1895-1927. F.R.A.S. 
Membre Perpetuel, Societ<^ Astronomique de France. Dono- 
van Lecturer in Astronomy, 1935. Author, astronomical. 
Of Heretaunga, Wellington, N. Zealand, in 1942. (Denstone 
Coll. Reg.; Who's Who in New Zealand.) 

GIFFORD, EDWIN HAMILTON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Dec. 7, 1838. [6th s. of Richard Ireland. B. Dec. 18, 1820.] 
Schaol, Shrewsbury (Dr Kennedy). Matric. Michs. 1839; 
Scholar, 1839; Pitt Scholar, 1842; Chancellor's Classical 
Medal, 1843; B..\. (i$th Wrangler and Senior Classic) 1843; 
M.A. 1846; D.D. 1861. Fellow, 1843-4; Hon. Fellow, 1903. 
Select Preacher, 1864, 1869. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1844; 
priest, 1845. Second Master at Shrewsbury School, 1843-7. 
Head Master of King Edward VI School, Birmingham, 
1848-62. Hon. Canon of Worcester, 1853-77- R. of Wal- 
grave, Northants., 1866-75. Warburton Lecturer at Lin- 
coln's Inn, 1870-7. R. of Much Hadham, Herts., 1875-86. 
Hon. Canon of St Albans, 1877-83. Archdeacon of London 
and Canon of St Paul's, 1884-9. Married (i) 1844, Anne, 
dau. of John Yolland, of Plymouth; (2) 1873, Margaret 
Symons, dau. of Francis Jeune, Bishop of Peterborough. 
Author, Glory of God in Man, etc.; editor. Catechetical 
lectures of St Cyril of Jerusalem; Eusebius Praeparatio 
Evangelica. Lived latterly at Arlington House, Oxford. Died 
May 4, 1905, in London. (D.N.B.; Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; 
Scott, MSS.; Crockford; Northants. Clergy; Who was Who.) 

GIFFORD, Earl of (GEORGE HAY). Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Dec. 2, 1841. [Elder] s. of George [8th] Marquess of Tweed- 
dale. B. Apr. 26, 1822, at Yester House, Co. Haddington. 
Matric. Michs. 1842. Migrated to Trinitv Hall, June, 1844; 
M.A. 1845. Styled Earl of Gifford, 1822-62. Private Secre- 
tary to the Secretary of State for War, 1854-55- M-P- f'-T 
Totnes, 1855-62. Married, Oct. 13, 1862 (by special licence, 
being then in a dying condition), Helen Selina, dau. of 
Thomas Sheridan and widow of Price, Lord Duf^ferin and 
Clandeboye. Died, s.p. Dec. 22, 1862, at Dufferin Lodge, 
Highgate, London, as the result of an accident; buried at 
Friern Barnet. (G.E.C.; Burke, P. and B.; The Scots Peer- 
age, viii. 470 (all sub Tweeddale); Boase, i. 1393; Harrow 
School Reg. confuses him with Lord (Robert Francis) Gifford 
and states that the latter was the Cambridge graduate.) 

GIFFORD, The Hon. GEORGE ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Caius, 
June 25, 1845. [4th] s. of Robert (1824), Lord Gifford, Master 
of the Rolls. B. Nov. 14, 1826, at Roehampton, Surrey. 
Schools, Edinburgh Academy and Woolwich (Rev. A. 
Delamere). Matric. Michs. 1845; M.A. 1850. Ord. deacon 
(Worcester) 1851; priest, 1852. R. of Littleton, Middlesex 
1856-67. R. (and patron) of Rackenford, Devon, 1867-78. 
Hon. Canon of Worcester. Married (i) Mary Anne Danet, 
dau. of Thomas Norbury, Esq., of Sherridge, Worcs., 1853, 
and had issue; (2) Louisa Mary, dau. of Robert Webb, of 
Milford House, Surrey, 1878. Author, Sermons. Died 
Dec. 25, 1878. Brother of John (next). (Venn, 11. 272; Edin- 
burgh Academy Reg.; Burke, P. and B.) 

GIFFORD, The Hon. JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Feb. 24, 
1840. Of Devon. 2nd s. of Robert (1824), ist Baron Gifford. 
B. Nov. 27, 1821. Matric. Michs. 1840; Scholar, 1841; M.A. 
1845. Ord. deacon and priest (Worcester) 1845. V. of 
Shalford, Essex, 1846-55. P.C. of St Martha's, Chilworth, 
Surrey, 1853-5. Chaplain to Lord Lyndhurst. R. of Wid- 
worthy, Devon, 1855-62. R. of Siddington, Gloucs., 1862-87. 
Married, Sept. 18, 1851, AUce Fanny, dau. of Edward Simcoe 
Drewe, of The Grange, Devon, and had issue. Died Nov. 2, 
1887, at Siddington rectory. Brother of George R. (above). 
{Crockford; Burke, P. and B.; Fox-Davies, Armorial 
Families; The Guardian, Nov. 9, 1887.) 

GIFFORD, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 20, 1848. 
S. of Joseph. B. Feb. 17, 1823, in the Strand, London. 
School, King's College and at London University. Matric. 
Michs. 1848; Scholar, 1849; B.A. 1853; M.A. 1856. Ord. 
deacon (Lichfield) 1852; priest (Exeter) 1853; C. of Bon- 
ingale, Salop, 1852-3. V. of Newport, Barnstaple, Devon, 
1853-91. Restored the church at a cost of £2500 and built 
a new vicarage house, £1000. ' Loved for his goodness and his 
geniality.' Died Nov. 20, 1891, while on a visit at Cotham, 
Bristol. (Pcile, 11. 507; The Guardian, Nov. 25, 1891.) 

GIFFORD, Sir ROBERT. Adm. nobleman at Jesus, Jan. 13, 
1824. [Youngest s. of Robert, general dealer, of Exeter. 
B. there Feb. 24, 1779. School, Alphington Grammar.] 
Matric. Michs. 1823; yi..\. 1824. Articled to an attorney at 



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GiFFORD, William 

Exeter. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 1800. Called to the 
Bar, 1808. Bencher, 181 7. On the Western Circuit. Recorder 
of Bristol, 1812, where he was a great favourite; the Cor- 
poration placed his whole-length portrait by Sir Thomas 
LawTence in the Council House. Solicitor-General, 1817. 
Knighted, Mar. 27, 1817. M.P. for Eye, 1817-23. .Attorney- 
General, 1819-24, in which capacity he conducted the 
prosecution of the Cato Street conspirators, and the Bill 
against Queen Caroline. Sergeant-at-law, 1824. Lord Chief 
Justice of Common Pleas, 1824. P.C, 1824. Created Baron 
Gifford of St Leonards, Devon, Jan. 31, 1824. Master of the 
Rolls, 1824-6. Married, .\pr. 6, 1816, Harriet Maria, dau. 
of the Rev. Edward Drewe, R. of W'iUand. Universally 
designated heir to the Lord Chancellorship, but died of 
cholera, Sept. 4, 1826, at Marine Parade, Dover. Father of 
John (1S40) and George R. (1845). {Judges of England; 
G.E.C.; Burke, P. and B.) 

GIFFORD, WILLIAM. .'\dm. sizar at Trinity H.\ll, June 3, 
1787. 

GILBANK, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Feb. 12, 
1768. S. of Thomas, of York. School, York (Mr Blake). 
Matric. Michs. 1768; Scholar, 1768; B.A. 1772; M.A. 1775; 
B.D. 1792. Fellow, 1774. Senior Dean, 1789-93. Vice- 
Master, 1793-7. Proctor, 1790. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 27, 
1773; priest. May 29, 1774. V. of Burton-Fleming, Yorks., 
1777-1837. V. of Bottisham, Cambs., 1790-6. R. of Dickie- 
burgh, Norfolk. 1796-1837. Died there Nov. 27, 1837, 
aged 87. (A. G. Hill; G. Mag., 1838, i. 105.) 

GILBANK, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age rg) at St John's, 
Apr. 19, 1759. S. of Thomas, verger, of Yorkshire. B. at 
York. School, PockUngton. Matric. Michs. 1759; Scholar, 
1760; B.A. 1763; M..\. 1766. Ord. deacon (York) Sept. 18, 
1763; priest (London) Dec. 23, 1764. R. of St Ethelburga, 
London, 1 775-1807. Domestic Chaplain to the Duke of 
Gloucester, 1 781-1807. Author, The Scripture history of 
Abraham; The day of Pentecost, a poem; Sermons. Died 
Jan. 3, 1807. (Si John's Coll. Adm., iii. 657; Cambridge 
Chronicle, July 28, 1781; G. Mag., 1807, i. 92.) 

GILBANK, WILLIAM. .-Vdm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. ii, 
1805. [B. in Westminster, London.] Matric. Michs. 1806. 
Migrated to Clare, May 27, 1S08; B.A. 1811. Ord. deacon 
(London, Lilt. dim. for Norwich) Sept. 22, 1811; priest 
(Norwich) Dec. 20, 1812. Died 1827, aged 38, 'at his residence 
attached to St James's Chapel, Hampstead Road.' (G. Mag., 
1827, I. 376-) 

GILBANKS, see also GILLBANKS. 

GILBANKS, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Clare, May 30, 1845. 
[2nd s. of Joseph, R. of Lamplugh, Cumberland. B. July 7, 
1826. School, Tirril, Penrith (Dr Thos. Gibson).] Matric. 
Michs. 1845; B.A. 1849; M.A. 1853. Adm. ad eundem at 
O.xford, Mar. 19, 1857. Ord. deacon (CarUsle) 1849; priest, 
(Lichfield) 1851; C. of Allonby, Cumberland, 1849-50. C. of 
St Mary's, Kingswinford, StafEs., 1851-5. V. of St Matthew's, 
Smethwick, Stafis., 1S55-9. V. of Wollaston, Worcs., 1860- 
1913. Died there Jan. 4, 1913. Brother of the next. (G. B. 
Routledge; Al. Oxon.; Scott, MSS.; Clergy List; Crockford; 
The Guardian, Jan. 10, 1913.) 

GILBANKS, JACKSON. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 18, 
1839. Of Cumberland. S. of Joseph [R. of Lamplugh]. 
B. Nov. 5, 1819, at Ireby. School, Sedbergh (Mr J. H 
Evans). Matric. Michs. 1839; LL.B. 1845. Adm. at Gray's 
Inn. Called to the Bar, 1848. Appears in Clergy List, 
without benefice, 1S46-53, as 'B.C.L. and B.A.' C. of 
GUsland, Cumberland. .-Adopted the life of a country gentle- 
man; resided at Whitefield House, Cockermouth. J. P. for 
Cumberland. Brother of George (above). {Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; 
Burke, L.G., 1S64.) 

GILBARD, EUSTACE FYFFE. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
June 15, 1867. S. of WilUam, clerk. B. Apr. 7, 1848, at 
Woodchester, Gloucs. [School, Christ's Hospital.] Matric. 
Michs. 1867; Scholar; B..\. 1871; M.A. 1874. .Assistant 
Master at Norwich Grammar School, 1872-90; Head Master, 
1890-1911. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1877; priest, 1878; C. of 
St Andrew's, Norwich, 1877-80. C. of Arminghall, Norfolk, 
18S0-1. Lived latterly in The Close, Norwich, where he died 
July 22, 1911. {Schoolmasters' Directories; Christ's Hospital 
Reg.; H. W. Saunders; Scott, MSS.; Crockford; The Times, 
July 24, 191 1.) 

GILBART-SMITH, CLAUD DENHAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1899. [Youngest] s. of Thomas [M.D.], of 68, Harley 
Street, London. B. Aug. 13, 1881, in London. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902. In the Ministry 
of Education, Cairo. Died in Cairo, July 21, 1947. Brother 
of Mervs-n (1889) and Thomas B. (1893). {Harrow Sch. Reg.; 
Scott, MSS.) 



Gilbert, The Rev. Edmund 

GILBART-SMITH, MERVYN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 5, 
1889. S. and h. of Thomas [M.D.], of 68, Harley Street, 
London. B. Oct. 23, 1870, at Tottenham, London. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1889; B..A. and LL.B. 1892; LL.M. 
1897; LL.D. 1911. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, June 6, 
1894. Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer. Of 7, New 
Square, Lincoln's Inn. J. P. for Herts., 1923. Of Sollershott 
House, Letchworth, Herts., where he died June 29, 1930. 
Brother of Claud D. (1S99) and Thomas B. (next). {Law 
Lists; Harrou' Sch. Reg.; Scott, .MSS.) 

GILBART-SMITH, THOMAS BEWLEY. .Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Sept. 29, 1893. 2nd s. of Thomas [M.D.], of 68, Harley 
Street, London. B. Apr. 21, 1875, in London. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896. .At the London 
Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1900. L.S..A., 1902. House 
Physician, London Hospital. Of 17, Newcastle Drive, Not- 
tingham, in 1942. Brother of Claud D. (1899) and Mervyn 
(above). (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Medical Directories; Scott, A/SS.) 

GILBERT, ARTHUR. .Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, Oct. 24, 
1832. [4th] s. of Robert, of Postwick, Norfolk. B. there 
Dec. 31, 1814. School, Thetford. Matric. Michs. 1833; 
Scholar, 1834-5. Migrated to Emmanuel, Nov. 12, 1835; 
Scholar, 1S36; B.A. 1837; M..A. 1841. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
Sept. 23, 1838; priest, Jan. 5, 1840; Chaplain to Freebridge- 
L>-nn Union, Norfolk. C. of Gayton, 1844-56. V. of Binham, 
1856-65. V. of N. Cove and of WiUingham, Suffolk, until 
1871. Married Rosetta, dau. of the Rev. J. R. Hopper, 
R. of Wells, Norfolk. Died s.p. Dec. 1871, at Mutford HaU, 
Suffolk. Brother of Clement (1842). (Burke, L.G.; Venn, 
II. 220, which gives C. of N. Cove and WiUingham till 1874; 
Scott, MSS.; Crockford.) 

GILBERT, CAREW DAVIES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 11, 

1870. S. and h. of John Davies, of Trelissick, Truro, Cornwall 
[and Anne, dau. of the ist Baron Carew]. B. there .Aug. i, 
1852. School, Eton. .Matric. Michs. 1870; B..A. 1S75; M..A. 
1878. -Adm. at the Inner Temple, Mar. 22, 1872. Succeeded 
his father, .Apr. 16, 1854. Of .Manor House, Eastbourne and 
TreUssick, Truro, Cornwall. J. P. and D.L. for Cornwall; 
High Sheriff, 1908-9. J. P. for Sussex. Lord of the Manor of 
Eastbourne. Died s.p.m. Dec. i, 1913, and succeeded by his 
grandson, Charles Gilbert Davies-Gilbert (formerly Harding). 
{Eton Sch. Lists; Who zi'as Who; Burke, L.G.; Scott, MSS.; 
Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The Times, Dec. 3, 1913.) 

GILBERT, CECIL THOMAS CLEMENT. .Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 8, 1S73. S. of Clement (1842), clerk, of Strumpshaw 
Hall, Norfolk. B. Dec. 17, 1855, at Hemsby, Norfolk. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1S73. Of Strumpshaw Hall. 
Died 1909. {Eton Sch. Lists, date of death not given; Burke, 
L.G., which gives 'died 1907.') 

GILBERT, CHARLES ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 

May 9, 1S70. S. of Charles [of Pennington Street, Rugby]. 
B. [July 12, 1851], in Oxford. School, Rugby. Matric. 
Michs. 1870; Scholar, 1870; B..A. {igth Wrangler) 1874; M.A. 
1877. Select Preacher, 1891. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1875; 
priest, 1876. Mathematical Master at Derby School, 1875-8. 
Head Master of Weymouth College, 1879-85. Senior Mathe- 
matical Master at St Peter's School, York, 1885-90. Head 
Master of Coventry School, 1890-1905. Domestic Chaplain 
to Lord Leigh, 1891-1905. R. of Seagrave, Leics., 1906-19. 
Author, religious. Died Dec. 17, 1919. {Schoolmasters' 
Directories; Scott, MSS.; Peile, II. 614; Christ's Coll. Notes; 
Rugby Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Who was Who, which gives 
'died Dec. 29'; The Times, Dec. 20, 1919.) 

GILBERT, CLEMENT. Adm. pens, at Sidney, May 3, 1842. 
[6th] s. of Robert, Esq. , of Thorpe, near Norwich. B . Mar. 1 8, 
1821, at Postwick, Norfolk. School, Yarmouth (Mr Clowes). 
Matric. Michs. 1842; B..A. 1846; M..A. 1S50. Ord. deacon, 
1847; priest, 1849; C. of Hilhngton and Claxton, Norfolk, 
1847-53. V. of Hemsby, 1853-64. Of Strumpshaw Hall, 
Norfolk. Married .Agnes Catherine, dau. of the Rev. Thomas 
Henry Copeman, of Hemsby. Died July 1876. Brother of 
.Arthur (1832); father of Cecil T. C. (1873). {Clergy List; 
Burke, L.G.) 

GILBERT, DAVIES (1794), see GIDDY. 

GILBERT, The Rev. EDMUND. .M..A. 1778. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, .Apr. 28, 1778; from E.\eter College, Oxford, whence 
he had matric. July 14, 1769, age 20; B.A. (Oxford) 1775. S. 
of Pomeroy, of Compton Castle, Devon. B. Jan. i, 1749, 
at Plymouth Dock. Ord. deacon (Exeter) Sept. 20, 1772; 
priest, Sept. 19, 1773; Chaplain to Thomas, Lord Lyttleton. 
V. of Constantine, Cornwall, 1774-1816. Official of the 
Archdeaconry of Cornwall. R. of Helland, 1778-1816. Preb. 
of Exeter, 1800-16. Married, July 31, 1775, Anne, dau. of 
Henry Garnett, of Bristol, and had issue. Died Nov. 1816, 
aged 66, at Bodmin. {St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 267; Al. Oxon. ; 
Burke, L.G., 1939; Foster, Index Eccles.; Scott, MSS.; Cant. 
Act Bk.; G. Mag., 1816, 11. 569.) 



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Gilbert, Edward Wiles 

GILBERT, EDWARD WILES. Adm. pens, (age 25) at Jesus, 
June 30, 1845. Of Lincolnshire. S. of John. B. at Stamford. 
School, private. Matric. Michs. 1845; B.A. 1850; M.A. 1853. 
Ord. deacon (Ely) 1852; priest, 1854; C. of Stow-cum-Quy, 
Cambs., 1853-4. C. of Swansea, 1854-6. C. of Sketty, Glam., 
1856-8. C. of Bishop Wearmouth, Durham, 1858-61. 
C.-in-chargeof Famworth, 1 861-6. In charge of St Thomas's, 
Pendleton, 1866-7. V. of Falinge, 1867-80. V. of Wendon 
Lofts with Elmdon, Essex, 1880-9. Lived latterly at Cam- 
bridge. Disappears from Crockford, 1902. {Clergy List.) 

GILBERT, FRANCIS PARNELL. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1867. S. of William Ale.xandcr, Esq., of Cantley, 
Norfolk [by his 2nd wife, Mary Ann, dau. of John, clerk, of 
Chedgrave, Norfolk]. B. Sept. 6, 1847, at Cantley. Matric. 
Michs. 1867; B.A. 1872; M.A. 1877. Ord. deacon (Wor- 
cester) 1873; priest, 1874; C. of Chaddesley Corbett, Worcs., 
1873-5. C. of Ghnton, Northants., 1875-6. C. of Cranworth, 
Norfolk, 1876-82. K. of South Wootton, 18S2-1920. Died 
there Jan. 13, 1920. Half-brother of John B. (1853). (Burke, 
L.G.\ Crockford; The Guardian, Jan. 22, 1920.) 

GILBERT, FRANK MOTTRAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Dec. 9, 1889. S. of William John [cashier]. B. Dec. 6, 1870, 
at Derby. School, Derby. Matric. Michs. 1890; Scholar, 
1S90; B.A. (21S/ Wrangler) 1893; M.A. 1901. Assistant 
Master at King's School, Rochester, 1893; at Banister Court 
School, Southampton, 1894-6; at Bradford Grammar School, 
1896-1904; at Highgate School, 1910-12; at Harrow, tem- 
porarily, 1912; at Framlingham College, Suffolk, 1915-29. 
Died Mar. 11, 1929, at Framhngham. (Mill Hill Sch. Reg.; 
Derby Sch. Reg.; Schoolmasters' Directories; Scott, MSS.; 
Peile, n. 755; The Times, Mar. 15, 1029.) 

GILBERT, FREDERICK RICHARD. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 
1875. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, Oct. 24, 1877. S. of 
Richard. B. at Reepham, Norfolk. B.A. 1879. 

GILBERT, GEOFFREY GILBERT THOMAS. Adm. at Selwvn 
H., Oct. I, 1899. S. of Thomas Denny. B. Nov. 7, 1880. 
Educated at Newton College, Lausanne, Switzerland. Matric. 
Michs. 1899; B..\. 1902. Assistant Master at Northaw Place 
School, Potter's Bar, 1902-S. Joint Head Master of Park 
House, Paignton, Devon, 1908-29-. Head Master of Saugeen 
School, Wimborne, Dorset, in 1939. Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (2nd Lieut., Devon Regt.). Lord of the Manor 
of Cantley Uphall and Cantley Netherhall, Norfolk. (ScJiool- 
maslers' Directories; Burke, L.G.; Univ. War List.) 

GILBERT, GEORGE. Adm. sizar at Sx John's, Aug. 30, 1813. 
School, Canterbury. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, Jan. 26, 
1815; pens. June 28, 1815. Of Kent. Matric. Michs. 1815; 
Scholar, 1816; B.A. i8ig; M.A. 1822. Adm. ad eundein at 
O.xford, Oct. 20, 1859. Second Master of Grantham Grammar 
School,'i82o-5i. Ord. deacon (Peterb., Li«. dim. for Lincoln) 
1820; priest (Lincoln) 1822; C. of Grantham, 1821-3. C. of 
Syston, Lines., 1826-30; V. there, Oct. 5, 1830-74- Chaplain 
to the Bishop of St Helena, 1862. Preb. of All Saints', 
Thorngate, Lincoln, 1863-74. Chaplain to the Bishop of 
Lincoln, 1869. Died Dec. 12, 1874, at Grantham. (Al.Oxon.; 
Foster, Index Eccles.; Northants. Clergy.) 

GILBERT, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Feb. 7, 1845. 
[3rd s. of John (1796), clerk, of Chedgrave manor, Norfolk. 

B. 1827. School, Bury St Edmunds.] Matric. Michs. 1845; 
B.A. 1849; M.A. 1852. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1849; priest 
(Rochester) 1851 ; C. of Ware, Herts., 1S49-51, C. of Honing- 
ham with E. Tuddenham, Norfolk, 1851-3. C. of Claxton, 
1853-62; V. there, 1862-93. Died unmarried Apr. 23, 1893, 
at the Gt Eastern Hotel, London. Buried at Claxton. 
Brother of John D. (iS3i)- (S.H.A.H., Bury Sch. Reg., 
which gives '4th s. of John'; Burke, L.G.; Crockford; Scott, 
MSS.; The Guardian, May 3, 1893.) 

GILBERT, GEORGE SAUNDERS. .\dm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 1898. [Youngest] s. of Thomas, Esq. [secretary of the 
Empire India Co.], of Southport House, Carlton Road, 
Putney. [School, St Paul's.] Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 
1901; M..\. 1905. Ord. deacon (London) 1901; priest, 1903; 

C. of St Etheldreda, Fulham, 1901-3. C. of St John-the- 
Evangelist, Bethnal Green, 1903-5. C. of Holy Trinity, 
Southall, Middlesex, 1905-7. V. of St George's, Southall, 
1907-33. V. of Groombridge, Sussex, 1933-47-- (Crockford; 
Scott, MSS.; St Paul's Sch. Reg.) 

GILBERT, GILBERT. M.A. 1827, incorp. from Oxford. S. and 
h. of Philip, Esq., of St Martin-in-the-Fields, London. 
Matric. (age 18) from Wadham College, Oxford, Oct. 11, 
1817; B.A. (Oxford) 1822; M.A. (Oxford) 1824; B.D. (Oxford) 
1831. Assistant C. of St Mary's, Marylebone, Middlesex, 
-1841-54. Unbeneficed latterly. Died Dec. 16, 1862, at 
Byfield rectory, Northants. Buried there. M.I. (Al.Oxon.; 
Northants. Clergy; Clergy List;G. Mag., 1863, i. 124.) 



Gilbert, John Ernest 

GILBERT, HENRY PORTER. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1885. 
S. of Gilbert, deceased, of Birmingham. [B. Mar. 26, 1868.] 
School, Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs. 1895. Of 
Moorend Park, Cheltenham. (Cheltenham Coll. Reg.) 

GILBERT, HENRY ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Nov. 4, 1829. [Doubtless 2nd s. of William Henry, Esq., 
of Cantlev, Norfolk. B. July 23, 1811.] Matric. Michs. 1830; 
B.A. 1836; U..\. 1839. Ord. deacon (Bristol) June 18, 1836; 
priest (Ely, Lift. dim. from Norwich) Nov. 27, 1836. R. of 
Cantley, 1836-45. Died Mar. 2, 1845, in Rome. (Burke, 
L.G.; G. Mag., 1845, n. 91; Foster, Index Eccles.; Clergy 
List.) 

GILBERT, HENRY WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 

Oct. 1, 1888. Of Nottinghamshire. [S., or ward, of Edward 
F., of Barnby House, Newark. B. Mar. 5, 1870, at Little 
Carlton. School, Grantham Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 1888; 
B.A. 1891; M..\. 1896. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1894; priest, 
i895;C. of St Paul's, Birmingham, 1894-8. C. of St James's, 
Doncaster, 1898-1902. V. of Branstone, Staffs., 1902-18. 
R. of Stretton-en-le-Field, Derbs., 1918-23. R. of CowUnge, 
Suffolk, 1923-35. Died Dec. 30, 1935. (Crockford; The 
Times, Jan. 1, 1936.) 
GILBERT, HERBERT EDWARD. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1886. 
S. of Thomas Bennett, doctor of music, of Norwood, Surrey. 
B.inCamberwell, Apr. 24, 1867. School, Aldenham. Matric. 
Michs. 1886; Exhibitioner; Scholar, 1886-9; B.A. (Class. 
Trip., Pt I, 1st Class) 1889; M.A. 1906. Tutor in the Earl of 
Malmesbury's familv 'for sometime.' Assistant Master at 
Aldenham School, 1889-1933. Died May 22, 1938, at Cooden, 
Sussex. (Aldenham Sch. Reg.; Venn, 11. 482; Schoolmasters' 
Directories; The Times, May 23, 1938.) 

GILBERT, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Sidney, Feb. 28, 
1752. [Youngest] s. of Nathaniel, Esq., of Antigua [by his 
first wife]. B. there. School, Market Street, Beds. (Mr 
Pitman). Migrated to Emmanuel, Apr. 7, 1752. Matric. 
Michs. 1752; B.A. (4th Wrangler) 1756; M.A. I759- Incorp. 
at Oxford (Christ Church) 1759, and licensed to practise 
medicine. The will of his sister (Jane Bodily, widow), in 
1775, bequeaths '£2000 to my brother John, of .\ntigua, 
Dr in physick.' Married Jane — , and had issue. One of 
these names died at Statia, St Kitts, 1779. (Caribbeana, in. 
log; Al. Oxon.; OUver, Hist, of Antigua, 11. 13.) 

GILBERT, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 9, 1796- Of 
Suffolk. [Doubtless 4th s. of Henry, Esq., of Postwick Hall, 
Norfolk. B. 1778.] Matric. Michs. 1796; Scholar; B.A. 1800; 
M.A. 1803. Fellow, 1802. Proctor, 1806. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Aug. 31, 1800; priest, Dec. 18, 1803; C. of 
Teversham, Cambs., 1807-9. V. of Ilketshall, Suffolk, 1809- 
60. Master of Bungay School, 1809-60. R. of Cantley, 
Norfolk, 1812. V. of Claxton, 183S-60. Sometime of Mend- 
ham, near Norwich. Gave money towards rebuilding the 
College after the fire in 181 1. Succeeded his uncle, Thomas 
Gilbert, at the Manor House, Chedgrave, Norfolk. Married 
Mary Anne, dau. of Richard Denny, Esq. Of Bergh Apton, 
Norfolk, in 1812. Died July 18, 1862. Father of John D. 
(1831) and George (1845). (Burke, L.G., 1939; Scott, MSS.; 
Foster, Index Eccles.; Crockford; Cambridge Year Bk., 
1863; G. Mag., 1862, II. 233.) 

GILBERT, JOHN BELLAMY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Mar. 1, 1853. [2nd s. of William Alexander, Esq., of the 
Manor House, Cantley, Norfolk, by his 1st wife, Maria, dau. 
of John Bellamy Plowman, Esq.] B. Apr. 13, 1834. Matric. 
Michs. 1853; B.A. 1858; M.A. 1867. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1859; 
priest, i860; C. of Hadleigh, Suffolk, 1859-60. R. of Cantley, 
Norfolk (patron, his father), 1860-92. Married, Sept. 4, 
i860, Mary Julia, dau. of the Rev. John Robert Hopper, 
of Wells, Norfolk, and had issue. Disappears from Crockford, 
1893. Half-brother of Francis P. (1867). (Burke, L.G., 
I939-) 

GILBERT, JOHN DENNY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Dec. 14, 
1831. Of Norfolk. [S. and h. of John (1796), clerk, of Ched- 
grave manor. B. 1813. School, Bury St Edmunds.] Matric. 
Michs. 1832; B.A. 1836; M.A. 1839. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
Mar. II, 1838; priest, Jan. 6, 1839. R. of Hellington, 
Norfolk, 1840-79. R. of Cantley, 1845-60. Of the Manor 
House, Chedgrave, Norfolk. Married, 1846, Florence Mar- 
garetta Frances, dau. of the Rev. Plumpton WUson, R. of 
Mowsley, Leics. Died Jan. 14, 1879. Buried at Chedgrave. 
Brother of George (1845); father of Thomas H. (1882). 
(Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Cant. Act Bk.; Burke, 
L.G., 1939; Crockford; Bury St Edmunds Sch. Reg.; The 
Times, Jan. 17, 1879.) 

GILBERT, JOHN ERNEST. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 8, 
1873. S. and h. of Leonard, of Chester. B. [Nov. 6, 1853], 
at Nantwich. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1873; 
B.A. 1877; M.A. 1880. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1877; priest, 
1878; C. of St Paul's, Prince's Park, Liverpool. 1877-84. 



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Gilbert, Joseph 



Organizing Secretary, Additional Curates' Society, 1884- 
1904. R. of St Peter's, Bedford, 1904-23. Died Aug. 2, 1923. 
[Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Crockford; The Guardian, Aug. 10, 
1923-) 
GILBERT, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Sept. 28, 
1872. Of Salisbury. [B. Jan. 5, 1854, at Salisbury. School, 
Cathedral, Salisbury.] Matric. Michs. 1872; B.A. 1876. 
Ord. deacon (Bath and Wells) 1877; priest, 1878; C. of 
St Cuthbert's, Wells, Somerset, 1877-83. R. of Chapel- 
AUerton, 1883-98. V. of Chacewater, Cornwall, 1898-1919. 
Died June 27, 1919. (Crockford; The Guardian, July 17, 
1919.) 

GILBERT, JOSEPH HENRY. Hon. Sc.D. 1894. S. of Joseph, 
Congregational Minister. B. Aug. i, 1817, at Hull. School, 
Mansfield. Studied at Glasgow University and University 
College, London. Ph.D., Giessen. A gunshot accident in 
1832 caused the loss of one eye. Director of Rothamsted 
laboratory with Sir John Bennet Lawes, 1843-1901, 'the 
longest partnership in the history of science.' F.R.S., i860. 
Sibthorpian Professor of Rural Economy at Oxford, 1884-90. 
K.B., 1893. Lived latterly at Harpenden, Herts., where he 
died Dec. 23, 1901. (D.N.B.; Al. Oxofi.; Who was Who; 
Encyclopaedia Britannica.) 

GILBERT, MORGAN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Mar. 22, 
1879. S. of Edward Webb. B. at Homsey Road, Holloway. 
Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883; M.A. 18S6. Ord. deacon 
(Colchester) 1883; priest, 1884; C. of Leyton, Essex, 1883-7. 
C. of Bexleyheath, Kent, 1887-8. C. of St Luke's, W. 
Norwood, 1888-90. C. of Holy Trinity, Tulse Hill, 1890-4. 
V. of Christ Church, Camberwell, 1894-1904. V. of Aber- 
gavenny, Mon., 1904-12. R. of Llanvetherine, 1912-17. Lie. 
pr., dio. Rochester, 1921-41-. At Old Bury Hall, Ightham, 
Kent, in 1941. {Crockford.) 

GILBERT, NATHANIEL. Adm. pens, at Queens', May 3, 1804. 
Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1804; B.A. 1811; M.A. 1815. 
Ord. priest (London) Sept. 25, 1814. One of these names, 
'clerk,' was s. of Nathaniel, V. of Bledlow, Bucks., 1798- 
1837, of the Gilbert family of Antigua, W. Indies. Married 
Grace (his cousin), dau. of the Rev. Melville Home, of 
Antigua. A member of the Council of Antigua and living in 
1840: 'dead' in 1854. A Nathaniel (? his father) was R. of 
St Paul's, Antigua, 1810-15, and another, of 32, Packerton 
Terrace, London, is recorded in Clergy List up to 1866. 
{Hist, of Antigua, i. cxiix; 11. 13.) 

GILBERT, PHILIP PARKER. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, 
Apr. 23, 1831. Of London. S. of Thomas, Esq. [and Sophia 
Parker], of Basingstoke, Hants. Matric. Michs. 1831; 
Scholar, 1832. Migrated (age 21) to Magdalene, May 31, 
1833; B.A. 1835; M.A. 1838. Adm. ad eundem at Oxford, 
Nov. 10, 1842. Ord. deacon (London) June 14, 1835; priest 
(Gloucester, Litt. dim. from London) June 5, 1836; V. of 
St Mary's, Haggerston, Middlesex, 1837-52. R. of High 
Halden, Kent, 1852-3. R. of St Augustine with St Faith- 
under-St Paul, London, 1853-7. V. of St Giles's, Cripplegate, 
1857-86. Died July 12, 1886, at The Limes, Cresfield Road, 
Eahng Common. {Cant. Act Bk.; Clergy List; Al. Oxon.; 
Scott, MSS.; The Guardian, July 14, 1886.) 

.GILBERT, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, July 2, 
1845. S. of — , Capt., R.N. .deceased, V. at Cippenham (sic), 
Bucks. Matric. Michs. 1845; B..\. 1849; M.A. 1852. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) 1849; priest, 185 1; C. of Foulsham, 
Norfolk, 1849-51. C. of Reepham with Kerdiston, 1852-60. 
V. of Guestwick, 1861-84. Disappears from Crockford, 1885. 
{Clergy List.) 

GILBERT, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's 
Apr. 12, 1769. S. of John [steward to the Duke of Bridg- 
water], of Worsley, Lanes, [and Lydia Bell]. B. at Cotton, 
Staffs. School, Manchester Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1769; 
B.A. 1773; M.A. 1776. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 19, 1773; 
priest, June 11, 1775; C. of Ivinghoe, Bucks., 1773-5. R- of 
Settrington, Yorks., 1 775-1820. R. of Dunnington, 1776- 
1820. Married (i) Mary, dau. of John Taylor, of Cronkeyshaw 
[he probably acquired his taste for the turf and games of 
chance from his wife's family]; (2) Anne — . Plaintiff in a 
curious action against Mark Masterman Sykes tried at the 
Yorks. assizes in Mar. 1812. In 'a moment of conviviality' 
Sir Mark had offered, for the sum of £100 down, to pay 
Gilbert one guinea a day so long as Napoleon should live, 
and Gilbert took the bet. At the date of the action Sir Mark 
had already paid £970 and the claim was for a further 
£2296. 7s. od. Counsel arg:ued that 'if Napoleon were to 
invade England, Gilbert's interest in the invader's safety 
would be inconsistent with the public welfare.' The jury 
were left to decide whether there was an intention of betting 
on the part of Sir Mark and they returned a verdict in his 
favour. Gilbert appealed against the verdict but was unsuc- 
cessful. The proceedings were printed in a pamphlet. Died 



GiLBERTSON, DaVID PrITCHARD 

Dec. 30, 1820. M.l. at Settrington. Father of Robert (next). 
{St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 268; East, King's Bench Reports, 
XVI. 150-5, and Revised Reports, xiv. 327-33-; Manchester 
Sch. Reg., 1. 87; Cant. Act Bk.; The Times, Mar. 24, 1812.) 

GILBERT, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 28, 1811. 
Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Oct. 21, 1812. Of Yorkshire. 
S. of Robert (above), clerk. B. at Settrington, Yorks. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1812; B.A. 1817. Died 
Aug. 26, 1848, aged 54. M.I. at Settrington. {Harrow Sch. 
Reg.) 

GILBERT, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 6, 1857. 
S. and h. of Robert, of Ashby HaU, Bergh Apton, Norfolk. 
B. there June i, 1840. School, Ipswich Grammar (Dr 
Rigaud). Matric. Michs. 1858; B.A. 1862; M.A. 1865. Of 
Ashby Hall, Norfolk. Married, 1867, Mary Almeria, dau. of 
John Sandys, R. of Rockland St Mary, Norfolk. Died 1876. 
Father of Robert T. E. (next) and Vyner N. (1891). (Burke, 
L.G.) 

GILBERT, ROBERT THOMAS EDWIN. Adm. at Trinity 
Hall, 1890. S. and h. of Robert (above), Esq. [deceased] 
[of Ashby Hall, Norfolk. B. July 4, 1870, in Somerset. 
School, Sherborne]. Matric. Michs. 1890. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., Norfolk Regt.). Of The HaU, 
Ashby St Mary, Norfolk. J. P. Brother of Vyner N. (189 1). 
{Sherborne Sch. Reg.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Burke, 
L.G., 1939; Univ. War List; Kelly, Handbook, 1942.) 

GILBERT, THOMAS HENRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 19, 
18S2. [6th] s. of John Denny (1831), clerk. B. July 18, 
1864, at Chedgrave, Norfolk. School, Felsted. Matric. Michs. 
1882; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1891. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1888; 
priest (Rochester) 1889; C. of St Mary-the-Less, Lambeth, 
1888-91. C. of St Luke's, Victoria Dock, 1891-1904. P.C. 
of the Church of the .Ascension, Victoria Dock, 1904-9. V. of 
St Margaret's, Leytonstone, Essex, 1909-17. Died Sept. 27, 
1917. (Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Burke, L.G.; Al. 
Felsted; Peile, 11. 694; Crockford; The Times, Sept. 29, 1917.) 

GILBERT, THOMAS MORRELL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, May 7, 1853. [Youngest] s. of Ashurst Turner 
[Bishop of Chichester and formerly Principal of Brasenose 
College, Oxford]. B. Aug. 28, 1835, at Oxford. School, 
Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1853; Scholar, 1854; B.A. 
(12th Wrangler) 1857; M.A. i860. Fellow, 1859-66. Ord. 
deacon (Chichester) 1861; priest, 1862; C. of Hurstpierpoint, 
Sussex, 1861-3. C. of St Bartholomew's, Chichester, 1863-4; 
P.C. there, 1864-6. Vice-Principal of Chichester Theological 
College, 1863-6. V. of Heversham, Westmorland, 1866-1921. 
Hon. Canon of CarUsle, 1877-1928. Lived latterly at 21, 
Warwick Square, London, where he died Dec. 16, I928. 
{Records of Old Westminsters; Scott, MSS.; Crockford; Who 
■das Who; The Times, Dec. 18, 1928.) 

GILBERT, VYNER NOEL. Adm. at King's, Sept. 30, 1891. 
[2nd] s. of Robert (1857), deceased, of Ashby Hall, Norfolk. 
B. Dec. 25, 1872. School, Clifton College. Matric. Michs. 
1891; B..\. 1894; M.A. 1898. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1896; 
priest, 1897; C. of Ufiord, Suffolk, 1896-8. C. of St Giles's, 
Cambridge, 189S-1905. R. of Horstead, Norfolk, 1905-47-. 
Brother of Robert T. E. (1890). {King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; 
CliftonColl. Reg.; Crockford; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families.) 

GILBERT, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity Hall, 
Mar. 29, 1869. S. of Joseph, Esq., of Pewsey Vale, Adelaide, 
South Austraha. School, Clifton College. Matric. Lent, 1870. 
Pastoralist; of Pewsey Vale, S. Austraha. Died 1923, in 
Austraha. {Clifton Coll. Reg.) 

GILBERT-DAY, JOHN (183S), see DAY, JOHN GILBERT. 

GILBERT-EAST, GILBERT AUGUSTUS GILBERT (1865), see 
EAST, GILBERT AUGUSTUS GILBERT. 

GILBERTSON, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. i, 
1888. S. of Joseph, merchant. B. Dec. 7, 1870, at Turnham 
Green, London. School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1888; 
B.A. 1892; M.A. 1898. Adm. Solicitor, 1895; practised in 
London. Of 46, Elm Park Gardens, S.W., where he died 
Mar. 9, 1913. Brother of William (1886). {Peile, n. 742; 
Christ's Coll. Notes; St Paul's Sch. Reg.; Law Lists.) 

GILBERTSON (post PRITCHARD), DAVID PRITCHARD. Adm. 
pens, at Trinity, June 5, 1868. S. of David, of Ceniarth, 
Machynlleth, Montgom. B. Oct. 13, 1849, in London. School, 
Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1868; B.A. 1873. Assumed the 
surname of Pritchard in h^u of Gilbertson, 1870. Ord. deacon 
(Chester) 1873; priest, 1874; C. of Nantwich, Cheshire, 
1873-6. R. of Watennillock, Cumberland, 1876-80. Died 
Mar. 5, 1880. Brother of James W. (1880), John (1876) and 
WUham E. 1871). {Record of Old Westminsters; Crockford.) 



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GiLBERTSON, FREDERICK 

GILBERTSON, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Oct. I, i88o. S. and h. of Richard, Esq. [of Aberystwyth, 
Cards.]. B. there 1861. Schools, Lancing (1872) and Shrews- 
bury (1874) (Rev. H. W. Moss). Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 
1885; M.A. 1900. Football (assoc.) 'blue,' 1882 and 1883. 
Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1886; priest, 1887; C. of St Sepulchre's, 
Northampton, 1886-9. C. of Coveney, Cambs., 1889-91. 
Chaplain (S.P.G.) of Codrington estate, Barbados, 1891- 
1904. P.C. of Hooe, Plymouth, 1905-23. Lived latterly at 
14, Hol>-\vell Street, Shrewsbury. Died Nov. 13, 1932- 
{Lancing Coll. Reg.; Crockford; Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; The 
Times, Nov. 15, 1932; NortkcMts. Clergy.) 

GILBERTSON, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Emm.\nuel, Oct. 27, 
1847. [S. of James Matthias. B. 1830. School, Tonbridge.] 
Matric. Michs. 1848. In Australia for some years; on his 
return farmed in Scotland. (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.) 

GILBERTSON, JAMES WILLIAMS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June I, 18S0. S. of David, of Ceniarth, Machynlleth, Mont- 
goni B Sept. 2, i860, in London. School, Westminster. 
. Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1887. Ord. deacon 
(Bishop Kelly, for Chester) 1883; priest (Chester) 1884; C, of 
Seacombe, Cheshire, 1883-6. C. of Stow, Lines., 1886-7. 
C. of Wallasey, Cheshire, 1887-90. C. of Wybunbury, 1890-4. 
C. of Daresburv, 1894-7. P.C. of St .A.lban's, Stockport, 
1897-1907. V.ofAUithwaite, Lanes., 1907-30. Died Apr. 25, 
1930. Brother of David P. (1868), etc. [Record of Old West- 
minsters; Crockford; The Times, Apr. 28, 1930.) 

GILBERTSON (post GILBERTSON-PRITCHARD), JOHN. Adm. 
pens, at Trinity, June 7, 1876. S. of David, of Ceniarth, 
Machynlleth, Montgom. B. Aug. 12, 1S56, in London. 
School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. 1881. Ord. 
deacon (Exeter) 1S81; priest, 1882; C. of Stoke Damerel, 
Devon, 1881-6. C. of Haigh, Lanes., 1886-97. V. of St 
John-the-Divine, Lvtham, 1897-1931- Surrogate, 1908-31. 
Assumed the additional surname of Pritchard, 1905. Died 
Dec. 9, 1931. Brother of David P. (1S68), etc. (Crockford; 
Record of Old Westminsters.) 

GILBERTSON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, July 31, 
1886. S. of Joseph. B. [Apr. 8, 1869], at Chiswick, 
Middlesex. Schools, Chiswick and Middleton,Bognor. Matric. 
Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1898. At St Thomas's Hos- 
pital. M.R.C.S., 1889. L.R.C.P., 1890. M.D., Brux., 1900. 
Clinical Assistant, Evelina Hospital for Children, Brompton 
Hospital and Chelsea Hospital for Women. Practised at 
Southbourne, Hants. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Capt., R.A.M.C). Brother of Charles (1888). {Peile, 11. 
727; Univ. War List; Medical Directories.) 

GILBERTSON (post GILBERTSON-PRITCHARD), WILLIAM 
EDWARD. .\dm. pens, at Trinity, July 8, 1871. S. of 
David, of Ceniarth [Montgom.]. B. [Jan. 22, 1852], at 
Brompton. School, Westminster (exhibitioner). Matric. 
Michs. 1871; B..^. 1876. Of Ceniarth, Montgom. Assumed 
the additional surname of Pritchard, Mar. 23, 1881. Brother 
of David P. (1868), etc. (Record of Old Westminsters ; Changes 
of Name.) 

GILBEY, ARTHUR NOCKOLDS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 13, i88i. [2nd] s. of Walter (afterwards Bart.) [wine 
merchant], of Elsenham Hall, Bishop's Stortford, Herts. 

B. [Apr. 6], i86i, in London. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884; M.A. 18SS. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, Jan. 16, 1882. J. P. for Berks. High Sheriff of 
Middlesex, 1912. Wine merchant; director of W. and A. 
Gilbey. Of Folly Farm, Sulhampstead, Berks. A well-known 
sportsman and collector. ' Whereas Sir Walter's love was for 
the horse, the fishing rod held supreme fascination for his son, 
who was able to get together a collection of books, paintings, 
drawings and prints connected with angling, which has 
become world-famous and unrivalled.' .Assisted W. S. 
Sparrow in the preparation of his text-book, .4ngling in 
British Art. Died Oct. 10, 1939. [Harrow Sch. Reg.; Burke, 
P. and B.; Christie's Catalogue, Apr. 25-6, 1940.) 

GILBY, FRANCIS DUNCAN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. 10, 1822. [3rd s. of William, M.D. B. at Hay 
HiU, Worcs.] Matric. Michs. 1823. Migrated to Clare, Mar. 
26, 1824; B.A. 1827; M.A. 1830. Ord. deacon, 1828; priest, 
1829 (by Archbishop of York). V. of Eckington, Worcs., 
1831-43. P.C. of St James's, Cheltenham, 1843-66. R. of 
Whittington, 1866-71. Lived subsequently at Whittington. 
Died there Nov. 26, 1880. Buried at Eckington. M.I. 
Brother of John (next). [Clergy List.) 

GILBY, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Clare, July 6, 1822. B. at 
Yardley, Worcs. [2nd s. of W. Gilby, M.D., of CUfton.] 
School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1823; B.A. 1827. Capt., 
8ist Regt. Drowned on duty at Skinburness, Cumberland, 
Sept. 19, 1837. M.I. in Carlisle Cathedral burial ground. 
Brother of Francis D. (above). [Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; 

C. R. Hudleston.) 



Gilder, Edward 

GILBY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. 19, 1841. 
S. of WilUam Robinson (next), clerk, of Beverley, Yorks. 
[and Harriet]. Bapt. Dec. 23, 1824. [Perhaps the — Giiby 
who was admitted to Shrewsbury school between June, 1838 
and June, 1839.] Matric. Michs. 1842; Scholar; B.A. 1848. 
(Shreicsbury Sch. Reg.) . 

GILBY, WILLIAM ROBINSON. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
.\pr. 4, 1805. S. of John [R. of Barmston, Yorks.], of 
Winterton, Lines. Schools, Winterton and Shrewsbury. 
Matric. Michs. 1805; Scholar, 1806; B.A. [Jth Wrangler) 
1809; M.A. 1812. FeUow, 1811. Ord. priest (Durham) 
Sept. 19, 1818. V. of St Mary's, Beverley, 1823-33: in 
Clergy List he appears as V. until 1843; but in the list of 
benefices W. Sandys is recorded as incumbent from 1833. 
Married, Aug. 1820, at Clifton, Bristol, Harriet, dau. of 
W. Gilby. Lived subsequently at Beverley. Died there 
Feb. 23, 1848, aged 64. Father of William (above). (Shreivs- 
bury Sch. Reg.; Durham Ord. Bk.; Foster, Index Eccles.; 
G. Mag., 1848, I. 556; Scott, MSS.; C. R. Hudleston.) 

GILCHRIST, ERNEST WATT. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Jesus, 
Oct. I, 1879. 5th s. of John, Esq. [formerly of Sydney, 
Austraha]. B. May 16, 1859, in London. Matric. Michs. 1879; 
B.A. 1886. Brother of Sydney J. L. (next). (Burke, Col. 
Gentry, u. 557.) 

GILCHRIST, SYDNEY JAMES LEARMOUTH. Adm. pens, at 
Jesus, Oct. i, 1875. [4th] s. of John, Esq., deceased. B. 
[Nov. 20, 1855], in London. School, Melbourne. Matric. 
Michs. 1875; B.A. 1883. Died Feb. 17, 1930, in London. 
Buried at Tunbridge Wells. [The Times, Feb. 20, 1930O 

GILCHRIST, THOMAS EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1898. S. of William Oswald, of 200, Queen's Gate, 
London [and sometime of Oakley Hall, Basingstoke]. B. 
Sept. 30, 1878, at Sydney, Austraha. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1898. Lieut., Hants. Yeomanry (T.A.). Merchant in 
Australia. Died Feb. 13, 1914, as result of a motor accident. 
[Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

GILCHRIST-CLARK, JOHN HENRY (1880), see CLARK. 

GILCHRIST-CLARK, WILLIAM GILCHRIST {1884), see 
CLARK. 

GILDART, JAMES, .^dm. pens, at St John's, July 5, 1796. 
Of Lancashire. [A pedigree of the Gildart family is given in 
Berry's County Genealogies (Kent), p. 366, but this man's 
name does not appear therein; possibly he was s. of Francis, 
of Liverpool.] Matric. Michs. 1796; B.A. 1800; M..\. 1806. 
Ord. deacon (Chester) May 31, 1801; priest, Sept. 19, 1802; 
C. of St Anne's, Richmond, Lanes., 1801-2. C. of Liverpool, 
1802-. [St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 268.) 

GILDART, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 11, 
1768. S. of Richard, of London. [B. 1750.] School, Ton- 
bridge (Mr Towers). Scholar, 1769; Matric. Easter, 1770. 
(Tonbridge Sch. Reg.) 

GILDEA, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Pembroke, June 25, 1855. 
3rd s. of [the very Rev.] George Robert [Provost of Tuam], 
of Kilmaine, Hollymount, Co. Mayo, Ireland. [B. there 
June 23, 1838. Educated at St Columba's College, Ireland.] 
Matric. Michs. 1855. Served with an ambulance in Franco- 
Prussian War, 1870-1. Treasurer and Hon. Secretary of 
funds for reUef of widows and orphans of soldiers killed in 
Zulu and Afghan Wars, 1879-80. Treasurer, Indian Patriotic 
and Bombay Mihtary Relief Funds. Founded the Soldiers' 
and Sailors' Families ."Association, 1885. Member of the 
Royal Patriotic Fund, 1903. Col. Commanding 6th Warws. 
Regt., 1890-8. One of the founders of the St John's Ambu- 
lance Association. F.S.A.; C.B., 1898. C.V.O., 1901. 
Knighted, 1902. K.C.V.O., 1908. Knight of Justice, Order 
of St John of Jerusalem. Married, 1864, Rachel Caroline, 
dau. of .Arthur Kelt Barclay, of Bury Hill, Dorking, and had 
issue. Author, The Order of St John of Jerusalem in England; 
For Remembrance; History of the Royal Homes. Of Holme 
Bury, Watford, Herts., where he died Nov. 6, 1920. (Scott, 
MSS.; Who was Who; Burke, L.G. of Ireland; Fox-Davies, 
Armorial Families; Univ. War List; The Times, Nov. 8, 
1920.) 

GILDER, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 25, 1846. 
Of Middlesex. S. of WiUiam T., of Queen Anne Street, 
Marylebone, London [and Elizabeth]. B. there May 23, 
1827. Matric. Michs. 1846; B..\. 1850; M.A. 1853. Ord. 
deacon (Canterbury) 1851; priest, 1852; C. of St Martin's 
and St Paul's, Canterbury, 1851-61. V. of St Dunstan's, 
Canterbury; 1861-74. R. of Ickham, Kent, 1874-97. Co- 
editor, Cant. Dioc. Calendar. Died Apr. 28, 1897, at Upper 
Wimpole Street, London. Brother of William (1841) and 
Horace (next). (Scott, MSS.; Cant. Act Bk.; Crockford; 
The Times, May 3, 1897.) 



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Gilder, Horace 

GILDER, HORACE. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 20, 1842. 
Of Middlesex. S. of W. Troward, Esq., surgeon [and Eliza- 
beth]. Bapt. Feb. 5, 1824. Matric. Michs. 1842; B.A. 1846; 
M.A. 1849. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1847; priest (York) 1848; 
C. of Kepwick and Over Silton, Yorks., 1847-8. C. of Leven, 
1848-50. R. of St Peter's, Sandwich, Kent, 1851-92. Died 
Jan. 19, 1892. Brother of Edward (above) and William 
(1841). {Cant. Act Bk.; Scott, MSS.) 

GILDER, or GELDER, JONATHAN. B.A., incorp. from Oxford, 
1770; M.A. from Christ's, 1770. S. of Jonathan, of Burton 
[near Warcop], Westmorland. Matric. from Queen's College, 
Oxford, Apr. 10, 1753, age 17, as Gelder, J.; B.A. (Oxford) 
1756. V. of Layston, Herts., 1762-79. R. of Aspenden, 
1770-9. Chaplain to Lord Bellenden. Died 1779. (Peile, 
II. 277; Al. Oxon.; Cussans, i., Pt 11., 87, 105.) 

GILDER, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 21, 1841. 
Of Middlesex. S. and h. of William Troward, Esq., surgeon 
[and Elizabeth]. Bapt. May 6, 1822. Matric. Michs. 1841; 
B..\. 1845; M..A.. 1848. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) Dec. 20, 
1846; priest, Dec. 19, 1847; C. of Stapleton, GIoucs., 1846-8. 
C. of Booton, Norfolk, 1848-9. C. of Mackworth, Derbs., 
1850-1. 2nd Theological Tutor at Cheltenham College, 
GIoucs., 1851-3. C. of Tickenham, Somerset, 1857-8. V. of 
Mackworth, Derbs., 1858-86. Died June 28, 1886, at 
Margate. Brother of Edward (1846) and Horace (1842). 
(Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; Clergy List; Crockford; The Guardian, 
June 30, 1886.) 

GILDERDALE, FREDERIC GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Clare, 
Mar. 23, 1S65. S. of John, clerk (next) [and Rebecca]. B. 
at Hackney, Middlesex. Bapt. Oct. 26, 1846. Migrated to 
St John's, Oct. II, 1865. Matric. Michs. 1865; B.A. 1869. 
Died Apr. 13, 1872, at Manor Cottage, Walthamstow. (The 
Times, Apr. ig, 1872.) 

GILDERDALE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, May 9, 
1821. Of Yorkshire. B. 1802. School, Howden Granmiar. 
Matric. Michs. 1821; B.A. 1826; M.A. 1830; D.D. 1853. 
Ad eundem, Oxford, June 25, 1847. Ord. deacon, 1826; 
priest, 1827; C. of Huddersfteld, 1840-2. Lecturer of 
Halifax, 1842-7. C. of Upper Clapton, Middlesex, 1848. 
Principal of Forest School, Walthamstow, 1849-63, where 
his son, John Smith (M.A., Oxon.), clerk, was 2nd Master. 
P.C. of Caundle Stourton, Dorset, 1863-4. 'As a man of high 
literary attainments he was much valued by many distin- 
guished theologians.' Author, A letter on National Education 
addressed to Lord Brougham; An Epitome of Ancient and 
Modern History; A Manual of Family Devotions; An Essay 
on Natural Religion and Revelation. Died Sept. 25, 1864, at 
Caundle Stourton. Father of Frederic G. (above). (Al. 
Oxon.; Clergy List; Crockford; Boose, 1. 1147; D.N.B. and 
G. Mag., 1864, II. 661, which both describe him as 'incumbent 
of Walthamstow.') 

GILES, ARTHUR. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 1877; 
B.A. i88i. Of Sydney Grammar School, Sydney, Australia. 
Not in C.U. Pari. Reg., 1939. 

GILES, ARTHUR LINZEE. Matric. Non-coU. Michs. 1889. 
Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 20, 1890. S. [and h.] of 
Charles Shea, formerly Paymaster, R.N., of Hampstead [and 
Helen Nevillia Lang]. B. Nov. 25, 1864, at Westleigh, N. 
Devon. School, Highgate (Rev. Dr McDowall). B..^. 1892; 
M.A. 1896. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1893; priest, 1894; C. of 
St Paul's, Stonehouse, Devon, 1893-5. C. of Stoke Damerel, 
1895-1900. V. of Okehampton, 1900-8. V. of Paignton, 
1908-14. V. of Gt Malvern with The Wyche,Worcs., 1914-24. 
Chaplain at Alassio, Italy, 1924-8. C. and Pr. Asst. of 
St James's, Piccadilly, 1930-7. Lived latterly at 10, Nevem 
mansions, London, S.W. Died July 13, 1942, at Exmouth. 
(Crockford; The Times, July 15, 1942.) 

GILES, CHARLES TYRRELL. Adm. at King's, Oct. 8, 1869. 
[3rd] s. of Alfred, civil engineer, of Cosford House, Godal- 
ming, Surrey. B. 1850. [Schools, Wimbledon and Harrow.] 
Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 1875; M.A. 1884. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, May 2, 1871. Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 
1874. On the Western Circuit. Special Pleader. K.C., 1908. 
M.P. for Wisbech, 1895-1900. Knighted, 1922. Of Copse 
Hill House, Wimbledon, Surrey. J. P. and D.L. for Surrey. 
High Sheriff, 1915-16. Knight of Grace, Order of St John 
of Jerusalem. Did much in protecting and developing the 
amenities of Wimbledon Common and Putney Heath. 
.Author, Skill with Rod and Gun; edited 3rd edition of 
Cunningham on Elections. Died Jan. 16, 1940, at Gatton 
Park, Surrey (the residence of his brother-in-law. Sir 
Jeremiah Colman). Brother of Harry F. (1864) and Tre- 
lawny B. (1873). (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; Foster, 
Men at the Bar; WIto was Who; The Times, Jan. 18, 1940.) 

GILES, CHARLES WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. II, 1843. S. of Edward, Esq. [of the Bank of England], 
of Clapham Rise, Surrey [and Mary Anne Gibbs]. B. 
[Nov. 8, 1823], at Lambeth. School, Mill Hill. Matric. 
Michs. 1843; B.A. 1848; M.A. 1851; B.D. 1858; D.D. 1863. 



Giles. John 

Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1847; priest (York) 1848. No 
curacies or benefices recorded in Clergy List or Crockford. Of 
Flaxton, Yorks., 1853-5; of Sneaton Castle, Whitby, 
1856-65; of Milton Hall, Cambridge, 1866-88. 'Fond of 
building organs.' Married, Aug. 21, 1849, Jane, dau. of 
W. Spence, Esq., of Wintringham, near Malton, Yorks. 
Died May 12, 1888, at Milton Hall. (Mill Hill Sch. Reg.; 
Scott, MSS.; Crockford; The Guardian, May 16, 1888.) 

GILES, CLAUDE HAROLD. .Idm. at Clare, Apr. 23, 1900. 

[S. of Edwin (1865).] School, Hurstpierpoint College. Matric. 
Michs. 1900; B..\. 1903. .•\ssistant Master at The Grange, 
Hoddesdon, Herts., 1903-6; at Seaford, Sussex, 1906-12. 
Partner in The Priory School, Malvern. Head Master of 
Wood Norton School, Worcs., in 1933. (Hurstpierpoint Reg.; 
Scott, MSS.; Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

■GILES, EDWARD. Adm. at Emmanuel, Mar. 1868. [S. ofj. E. 

B. 1850. School, WeUington College.] Matric. Michs. 1868; 
Scholar; B..A. 1872; M..'^. 1875. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1872; 
priest, 1873; C. of Mansfield, Notts., 1872-7. R. of Thorpe- 
on-the-Hill, Lines., 1877-9. C. of Arundel, Sussex, 1881-4. 

C. of St Margaret's, Leicester, 1885-6. R. of Gt (with Little) 
Paxton, and Toseland, Hunts., 1886-92. R. of L. Bytham, 
Lines., 1892-1902. Lie. pr., dio. Lincoln, 1902-43. Died 
Jan. 19, 1943, aged 93, at The Quarry, Lincoln, where he 
had lived for the last 40 years. (Wellington Coll. Reg.; Inc. of 
Hunts.; Crockford; The Times, Jan. 22, 1943.) 

GILES, EDWIN. Adm. pens, at Clare, Oct. 18, 1865. [S. of H., 
of Coggeshall, Essex. B. Jan. 1846. School, Uppingham.] 
Matric. Michs. 1865; B..-\. 1869; M.A. 1879. Ord. deacon 
(Hereford) 1869; priest, 1870; C. of Thruxton, Heref., 
1869-70. I. of Holy Trinity, Avonside, Christ Church, 
N.Z., 1871-2. C. of Hyde, Winchester, 1874-6. C. of St 
Mary-le-Tower, Ipswich, 1S77-9. C. of St John-the-Baptist, 
Margate, 1880-7. Died Dec. 4, 1887, at Riseley vicarage, 
Beds. Father of Claude H. (1900). Distinguish from a con- 
temporary O.xonian, R. of Hewelsfield, GIoucs., 1862-79, 
who was living at Barnstaple in 1886, and at Bideford, 
1887-S. (Uppingham Sch. Roll (gives Riseley); Crockford; 
The Guardian, Dec. 7, 1887.) 

QILES, HARRY FRANCIS. .-Vdm. pens, at Emmanuel, Sept. 15, 
1864. [S. of .Alfred, civil engineer and M.P.] Matric. Lent, 
1865; B.A. 1S68; M.A. 1874. Civil Engineer. Brother of 
Charles T. (1869) and Trelawny B. (1873). (Harrow Sch. 
Reg.) 

GILES, HERBERT ALLEN. Professor of Chinese, 1897-1932; 
M.A. 1898. .Adm. a member of Trinity, Apr. 29, 1898. 4th 
s. of the Rev. John .\llen, of Corpus Christi College, 
Oxford (for whom see D.N.B.). B. Dec. 8, 1845, at Oxford. 
School, Charterhouse. A great Chinese scholar with a world- 
wide reputation. Joined the Chinese Consular Service, 1867. 
Vice-Consul, Pagoda Island, 1880; Shanghai, 1883. Consul 
at Tamsui, 1885; at Ningpo, 1891; resigned, 1893. Hon. 
LL.D., .Aberdeen, 1897. Order of Chia Ho from the Chinese 
Government, 1923. Hon. D.Litt., Oxford, 1924. Gold Medal of 
the Royal .Asiatic Society, 1922. His outstanding achievement 
was the Chinese English Dictionary — begun in 1874 and com- 
pleted 1892 ;revised, enlarged and published 19 12 ; for this work 
he was awarded the Prix St Julien by the French Government, 
in 191 1. A Chinese Biographical Dictionary (for which he 
also received the Prix St Julien) appeared in 1897. As 
Professor of Chinese, he did much to foster study of the 
language in the University; as the result of his influence, 
Chinese was made a subject for the Previous Examination, 
in place of Latin or Greek, for natives of -Asia. Compiled a 
Catalogue of the Chinese and Manchu books in the Wade 
Library at Cambridge, 1898, and added a supplementary 
Catalogue in 19 15. First Lecturer on the Dean Lung P'ounda- 
tion of Columbia University, N.Y. His best-known works 
include; Chinese without a Teacher; A Record of Buddhistic 
Kingdoms; A History of Chinese Literature; Religions of 
A ncient China ; Introduction to the History of Chinese Pictorial 
Art; Chuang Tzu: Mystic, Moralist and Social Reformer; 
Chinese Instructions to Coroners; Quips from a Chinese Jest 
Book; Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio; The Civilization 
of China (The Home University Library). Died Feb. 13, 
1935, at Cambridge. Father of Lancelot (1897). (Carthusian 
Worthies; Who was Who; 7 he Times, Feb. 14, 15 and 16, 
1935.) 

GILES, JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 27, 1828. 
Of Lancashire. Matric. Michs. 1830; Scholar, 1831; B.A. 
1834; M.A. 1837. 

GILES, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Jan. 23, 1851. 
S. of James. B. in London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1851. Lieut., 7th Hussais. (Eton Sch. Lists (parentage not 
given).) 

GILES, JOHN. .Adm. pens, at Queens', Jan. i, 1833. Of 
Durham. 



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Giles, John Harold 

GILES, JOHN HAROLD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Magdalene, 
July 4, i860. S. of Harold, doctor, of Coggeshall, Essex. 
School, Colchester. Matric. Michs. i860; Scholar; B.A. 
(3o;/j Wrangler) 1864; M.A. 1867. Ord. deacon (Gloucester 
and Bristol) 1865; priest, 1866; C. of St Paul's, Bedminster, 
Somerset, 1865-7. C. of Cuckfield, Sussex, 1868-70. C. of 
St Augustine's, Kilburn, London, 1871-84. C. of Holy 
Ascension, Lavender Hill, 1884-92. C. of St Mary- 
the-Virgiu, Hampstead, 1892-1901. Lived latterly at 
3, Oppidan's Road, Primrose Hill. Author, A Year's Lessons 
on the Catechism. Died Dec. 6, 1930, in London. (Crockford; 
The Times, Dec. 10, 1930.) 
GILES, JOHN STOCKHAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
July 5, 1855. Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1855; Scholar, 
1855; B..A. 1859. Organist and choirmaster at Tonbridge 
School, 1860-1. (Tonbridge Sell. Reg.) 
GILES, LANCELOT. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. i, 1897. 
S. of Herbert Allen (1898), Professor of Chinese, formerly 
Consul at Amoy. [B. there June 6, 1878.] School, Gordon 
College, Aberdeen and at Aberdeen University, 1895-7. 
Matric. Michs. 1897. Entered the Chinese Consular Ser\'ice, 
1899. Received the China Medal for the defence of the 
Legations at Peking, 1900. Acting Vice-Consul at Hankow, 
1903; at Tientsin, 1906. Pro-Consul at Amoy, 1907-9; Vice- 
Consul, 1914; Consul,i9i8; Consul-General,i928; at Tientsin, 
1930-4. C.M.G., 1928. .\uthOT, Diary of the Boxer Riots and 
of the Siege of the Legations in Pekin. Died Nov. 2i, 1934, 
at Tientsin. (Who n-as Who; Peile, u. S19; The Times, 
Nov. 22, 1934.) 
GILES, LEONARD THOMASON. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. I, 1887. S. of Robert, clerk, deceased [doubtless Robert, 
of Exeter College, Oxford, V. of Homcastle, Lines., 1867, 
until his death, 1872]. B. Aug. 8, 186S. School, Christ's 
Hospital. Matric. Michs. 1887; Scholar, 1887; B.A. 1890; 
M.A., M.B. and B.Ch. 1897. Brackenbury Surgical student 
at St Bartholomew's Hospital, London; House Surgeon and 
Senior Assistant in Throat dept. , 1 895-6. M. R.C.S. ; L. R.C. P. , 
1895. F.R.C.S., 1896. Practised at Sheffield, 1897-1900. 
Assistant Surgeon, Children's Hospital, Sheffield; at Scar- 
borough, 1900-15. Served in the Great War (Major, 
R.A.M.C). Author, medical. Of Brockenhurst, Hants. 
Died suddenly July 4, 1933, at Santander, Spain. Buried 
there in the Protestant cemetery. (Christ's Hospital Reg.; 
Medical Directories; T. A. IValker, 595; The Times, July 11, 
1933-) 
GILES, PETER. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 1882. S. of Peter, 
deceased. B. [Oct. 20, i860], at Strichen, Aberdeenshire. 
School, Strichen and at Aberdeen University, 1878-92; 
afterwards at Universities of Freiburg and Leipzig. Matric. 
Michs. 1882; Scholar, 1882-7 (Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 
1884; Pt II, ist Class, 1887); B.A. 1885; Browne medalUst, 
1884; Lightfoot Scholar, 1885; Whewell Scholar, 1885; M.A. 
1889; Litt.D. 1910. Fellow, 1887-90. Fellow of Emmanuel, 
1890. Hon. Fellow of Caius, 1912. University Reader in 
Comparative Philology, 1891-1935. Hon. LL.D., Aberdeen 
and Harvard, 1903. F.B.A. Master of Emmanuel, 191 1-35. 
Vice-Chancellor, 1919-21. Member of the Statutory Com- 
mission for the University, 1923-7. Author, A Short Manual 
of Comparative Philology, 1895, and numerous articles on 
the Indo-Aryan languages, etc. ' Few scholars at any time 
can have been competent to wTite with authority on so 
many difierent subjects, and none can have been more ready 
to place their store of learning at the disposal of others.' 
Died Sept. 17, 1935, at Cambridge. (Venn, u. 455; Who was 
Who; C.U. Hist. Reg.; The Times, Sept. 18, 1935; Cambridge 
Revieiv, Oct. 11, 1935.) 

GILES, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 16, 1865. 
S. of John Douglas [of Corpus Christi College, Oxford], 
Archdeacon of Stow, Lines, [and Sarah Elizabeth]. B. Sept. 
27, 1846, at Swinstead. School, Durham Grammar. Matric. 
Michs. 1865; B.A. 1869; M.A. 1874. Appointed to the Sind 
Commission, 1868; engaged on the Bombay Revenue Survey, 
1868-9. Deputy Collector and Deputy Supt. of Police and 
Educational Inspector. 2nd Assistant Collector, 1884. 
Deputy Commissioner, 1885-95. Collector and Magistrate, 
1895. Commissioner in Sind, 1900. CLE., 1899. Retired, 
Apr. 1902. Lived at Midhurst, Sussex. J. P. for West Sussex. 
Died Mar. 17, 1928, at Monte Carlo. (Durham Sch. Reg.; 
I.C.S. Lists; Who was Who; Scott, MSB.; The Times, 
Mar. 23, 1928.) 

GILES, ROBERT HARRIS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Sept. 29, 1869. Of Somerset. Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 
1874. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 1874; priest (Lichfield) 
1875; C. of Holy Trinity, Habergham Flaves, Lanes., 1874-5 
and 1876-9. C. of Holy Trinity, Birchfield, Birmingham, 
1875-6. V. of St Matthew's, Burnley, 1879-88. R. of East 
Downe, Devon, 1888-99. Disappears from Crockford, igoo. 

GILES, THOMAS O'HALLORAN. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1879. 
[2nd] s. of Thomas [Esq., J. P., sheep farmer], of Adelaide, 



Gill, Charles Hope 

South Australia. [B. 1864. School, Clifton CoUege.] Matric. 
■ Michs. 1880; B.A. and LL.B. 1884; M.A. 1887. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Jan. 13, 1881. Called to the Bar, Nov. i, 
1884. Of 22, King William Street, Adelaide, in 1942- 
(Clifton Colt. Reg.; Foster, Men at the Bar; Law Lists, 1942-) 
GILES, TRELAWNY BARLOW. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity 
Hall, Dec. 5, 1873. S. of Alfred, civil engineer, of Cosford, 
Godaliping, Surrey. School, Harrow. Matric. Lent, 1874; 
B.A. 1877. Member of the Stock Exchange, London. Of 
Grange Cottage, Horsell, Woking, Surrey, where he died 
May 18, 1934, aged 80. Brother of Charles T. (1869) and 
Harry F. (1864). (Harroiv Sch. Reg.) 
GILL, ALEXANDER WADE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 19, 
1897. S. of John Frederick, Advocate, Isle of Man [Deemster 
in 1884] [and Eliza Agnew MitcheU]. B. Mar. 17, 1879, at 
Castletown. School, PockUngton (Rev. C. F. Hutton). 
Matiic. Michs. 1897. 
GILL, ARTHUR DANIEL. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Trinity, 
Nov. 2, 1852. S. of George, Capt. [Royal Marines]. B. 
[July 22, 1834], at E. Looe, Cornwall. School, Cheltenham 
College. Matric. Michs. 1853; (Class. Trip., ist Class, 1857). 
Did not graduate. In Holy Orders. C. of Isle of Alderney, 
1869-70. Head Master of King's School, Bruton, 1869-72; 
of .Macclesfield Grammar School, 1S72-3. Died 1873. 
(Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; Bruton Sch. i?eg., which states'rowed 
in Univ. VIII' and describes him as 'B.A., 1857'; Clergy 
List.) 
GILL, ARTHUR EDMUND. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Magdalene, 
July 16, 1882. S. of Charles, of Clock House, Ashford, 
Middlesex [formerly of DubUn]. [B. Mar. 19, 1864.] School, 
King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 1882; Scholar; B.A. 
1885; M.A. 1S89. Adm. to Gray's Inn, Apr. 3, 1883. Called 
to the Bar, Gray's Inn and Middle Temple, May 19, 1886. 
Bencher, 1906. Treasurer, 1912. Junior Counsel to the 
Treasury, 1901. Recorder of Faversham, 1905. Metropolitan 
Police Magistrate, Greenwich and Woolwich Courts, 1908; 
Thames Court, 1911; Tower Bridge Court, 1912; Lambeth. 
1920; ClerkenweU, 1921; Westminster, 1925. Died May 18, 
1932, at Oakwood Hill, Ockley, Surrey. (Who was Who; 
Law Lists; Scott, MSS.; The Times, May 19 and 20, 1932-) 
GILL, ARTHUR PERCY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 13, i88i. 
[Doubtless s. of Isham Henry Edward, Esq., of Rock Ferry, 
Birkenhead. School, Rugby.] Did not reside. Died Mar. 28, 
18S2, at Birkenhead. (Rugby Sch. Reg.) 
GILL, BLACKET. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1897. S. of John 
Blacket, Esq., of The Stone House, Caterham, Surrey. 
[B. May 22, 1879.] School, Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 
1897; B.A. 1900; M.A. 1919. Adm. Solicitor, Sept. 1903. 
Practised (Grunhill, Gill and Ruddock) in Manchester, and 
later at Newcastle-on-Tvne, S. Shields and Whitley Bay, 
Northumberland. Of 26, Northumberland Street, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne, in 1942. (Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Law Lists; C.U. 
Pari. Reg., 1942.) 
GILL, CECIL HOPE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, Oct. i, 1879- 
Eldest s. of Wilham {1845), clerk, deceased. B. [Oct. 5, 
1859], in London. Schools [Tonbridge (1872-7)] and King 
William's College, Isle of Man. Matric. Michs. 1879; Rustat 
Scholar, 1879; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1890. Ord. deacon (Sodor 
and Man) 1882; priest, 1S84; C. of St George's, Douglas, 
Isle of Man, 1882-5. C. of St Mary Abbots, Kensington, 
1885-7. C. of Rondebosch, Cape Colony, 1887-90. R. of 
Mowbray, 1890-2. R. of Burghersdorp, 1892-5. C. of 
Lydiord, Devon, 1895-7. V. of Bucklebury with Marlston, 
Berks., 1897-1907. R. of E. Hendred, 1907-17. V. of 
Brockenhurst, Hants., 1919-24. Commissary to the Bishop 
of Travancore, 1905-24. Died May 7, 1924, at Honiton, 
Devon. Buried at Brockenhurst. Brother of Charles H. 
(1880) and Webley H. (1883). (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; King 
William's Coll. Reg.; Crockford; The Times, May 10, 1924.) 
GILL, CHARLES BELLENDEN. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Em- 
manuel, Oct. 20, 1821. 
GILL, CHARLES HOPE. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 
1880. [2nd s. of William (1845), clerk, deceased, and Anna 
Maria, dan. of Rear-.\dmiral Charles Hope, R.N. B. Feb. 11, 
1861. Schools, St Edmund's, Canterburv and King William's 
CoUege, Isle of Man.] Scholar, 1880; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1887; 
D.D. 1905. Ord. deacon (Newcastle) 1884; priest, 1885; 
C. of St Peter's, Tynemouth, 1884-6. Missionary (C.M.S.) 
at Shikarpur, Bengal, 1887-90; at Jubbulpore, 1890-7; at 
Allahabad, 1898. Secretary, C.M.S. , at Allahabad for the 
United Provinces Mission, 1898-1905. Hon. Miss. Chaplain 
of All Saints' Cathedral, Allahabad, 1899-1905. Bishop of 
Travancore and Cochin, 1905-24. Chaplain at Tangier, 
1924-5. V. of Gerrard's Cross, Bucks., 1926-30. Chaplain at 
Hy^res, S. France, 1930-8. Died June 29, 1946. Brother of 
Cecil H. (1879) and Webley H. (1883). (King William's Coll. 
Reg.; Queens' Coll. Club, 1936; Crockford; Who's Who; Kelly, 
Handbook.) 



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Gill, Evan 

GILL, EVAN. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Trinity, June ir, 1853. 
S. of William, clerk [of Malew vicarage, Isle of Man]. B. 
June 16, 1834, at Malew. School, King William's College, 
Isle of Man (Dr Di.\on). Matric. Michs. 1S53; Scholar. Died 
1856, at Malew. Brother of William (1845) and Thomas H. 
(1855). (King WiUiam's Coll. Reg.) 

GILL, FRANCIS TURNER. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Downing, 
May 6, 1848. S. of James, Esq., of Brussels. Matric. Michs. 
1848; B.A. 1852; M.-A. 1857. Adm. ad eimdem at Oxford, 
July 7, 1859. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1854; priest, 1855; 
C. of St James-the-Great, Stratford-on-Avon, 1856. P.C. of 
Bishopton, Warws., 1856-9. V. of Warfield, Berks., 1860-88. 
Married Fanny L., dau. of Major-Gen. Sir James Sutherland, 
at St Mar>''s, Bryanston Square, London, Sept. 24, 1852. 
Died .^ug. 9, 1888, aged 71, at Ragatz, Switzerland. (Crock- 
ford; G. Mag., 1852, II. 305; Al. Oxon.; The Guardian, 
Aug. 15, 1888.) 

GILL, FREDERIC GARNER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 28, 
1846. Matric. Michs. 1846; B.A. 1850; M.A. 1853. Ord. 
deacon (Canterbury) 1850; priest, 1851; C. of Eastry with 
Worth, Kent, 1850. Not found in Clergy List, 1850-66, or 
Crockford, 1860-72. C. of Gissing, Norfolk, -1874-8. Lived 
latterly at Burston, Diss, and disappears from Crockford, 
1903. (Cant. Act Bk.) 

GILL, GEORGE. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1888. 

GILL, GEORGE COMPORT. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. i, 

1843. S. of George Comport, Esq. [and Elizabeth]. B. 
Dec. 29, 182 1, at Shome, Kent. 

GILL, GEORGE JAMES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 6, 

1844. [S. of George, sea-captain, of East Looe, Cornwall. 
B. Oct. 29, 1825. School, Christ's Hospital.] Matric. Lent, 
1845; Exhibitioner; Porson Prize, 1846 and 1847; B.A. 
1850; M.A. 1854. Assistant Master at Cheltenham College, 
1848. Ord. deacon and priest, 1851. Evening Lecturer of 
St Cuthbert's, WeUs, Somerset, 1852. P.C. of Coxley, 1853-7. 
Head Master of Masonic Institute for Boys, Wood Green, 
Middlesex, -1865-. Disappears from Crockford, 1868. 
Brother of James (1850). (Christ's Hospital Reg.; Cheltenham 
Coll. Reg. ; Clergy List.) 

GILL, GORDON HARRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 16, 
1900. S. of John Edwin, shipbuilder, of Rochester, Kent 
[and EUen Stewart HajTnan]. B. there Apr. 2, 1882. Schools, 
Rochester Grammar (Rev. J. B. Lancelot), Paris and Anglo- 
Saxon, Auteuil (Mr E. P. Denny). Matric. Lent, 1900. 2nd 
Lieut., R. Munster Fusiliers; served in S. African War, 
1901-2; Lieut., R.A.S.C, 1906; Capt., 1912. In the Great 
War, 1914-19, D.A.Q.M.G.; Major, 1916; D.S.O., 1917, 
C.M.G., 1919; Chevalier Legion d'Honneur; Order of Aviz 
of Portugal; Brevet-Col., 1918. Chief Instructor, R.A.S.C. 
Training College, 1925-9; Officer Commanding, R.A.S.C, 
Colchester, 1930; Lieut. -Col., 1930; Col., 1932; A.Q.M.G., 
Scottish Command, 1932-4; Assistant Director of SuppUes 
and Transport, Eastern Command, 1934-8; A.D.C. to the 
King, 1936-8; retired, 1938. Re-employed, 1939; mentioned 
in despatches, 1940. (Roffensian Reg.; D.S.O. Bk.; Army 
Lists; Kelly, Handbook, 1942; Who's Who, 1943.) 

GILL, HENRY EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1886. Of Cornwall. S. and h. of John [national 
schoolmaster, of Truro. B. Mar. 29, 1867, at St Ives. School, 
Truro Grammar]. Matric. Michs. 1886; Scholar, 1887; B.A. 
1889; M.A. 1896. Assistant Master at Crewkeme School, 
Somerset. Head Master of C.E. High School for Boys, 
Northampton, 1893-5. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1S94; priest, 
1895 ; C. of St Michael-and-AU .Angels, Northampton, 1894-5. 
Chaplain and .\ssistant Master at Giggleswick School, 1895-7. 
Vice-Principal, Winchester Training College, 1897-1902. 
Assistant Master at Wolverhampton Grammar School, 
1902-8. Lie. pr., dio. Lichfield, 1902-14. Head Master of 
Brewood Grammar School, Staffs., 1908-14. Assistant 
Master at Christ's Hospital, 1915-19. Lived latterly at 
83, Park Road, St Anne's-on-Sea, Lanes. Died Feb. 8, 1922. 
(Wolverhampton Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Scott, MSS.; School- 
masters' Directories.) 

GILL, HERBERT SIMPSON. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 12, 
1882. S. of Robert Preston, wine merchant [and Eleanor 
Lawrence]. B. Jan. 4, 1864, at Famdown House, Rusholme, 
Lanes. Matric. Michs. 1882. Brother of Robert P. (1880) 
and William P. (1884). 

GILL, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, Apr. 12, 1850. 
[4th] s. of George, sea-captain of East Looe, Cornwall. 
[B. there May 29, 1831.] School, Christ's Hospital. Matric. 
Michs. 1850; Exhibitioner; B..-\. (Class. Trip., ist Class) 
1854; M.A. 1861. .Assistant Master at Christ's Hospital, 
1854-61. Head Master of the South African College, Graaif 



Gill, Thomas Carey 

Reinet, 1861-71. Assistant Master at the diocesan College, 
Rondebosch, 1871-3. Professor of Classics at the South 
.\frican College, 1873-80. Died Feb. 1904, at Muizenberg, 
S. .•Urica. Brother of George J. (1844). [Christ's Hospital 
Reg.) 

GILL, JOHN. .\dm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Aug. i, 1789. 
S. of John, of Cumrew, Cumberland. School, Appleby, 

Westmorland (Mr Coward). Matric. Michs. 1790. 

GILL, JOHN. Adm. sub-sizar (age 18) at Trinity, Oct. 19, 
1846. Matric. Michs. 1S47; B..\. 1851; M.A. 1854. Ord. 
deacon (E.xeter) 1S52; priest, 1854; C. of Christ Church, 
Plymouth, 1852-4. C. of Woodhouse Eaves, Leics., 1854-7. 
C. of Hohre, Devon, 1857-8; V. there, 1858-1917. Died 
there .-Vpr. 29, 1917. (Crockford; The Guardian, May 3, 1917.) 

GILL, JOHN CHAMBERS. .Adm. at Clare, Mar. 21, 1891. 
School, King Edward's, Birmingham. Matric. Michs. 1891; 
minor scholar; B..\. 1894; .\I..\. 1898. For many years lived 
at Wells, Somerset, 'where he read Greek with the Dean 
on Mondays.' Of Birmingham, in 1939. Died at Harbome, 
Oct. 9, 1943. (Birmingham Reference Library; The Times, 
Oct. 12, 1943.) 

GILL, JOHN EDGCUMBE. .\dm. pens, at Trinity, June 4, 
1833. S. of Thomas. B. at PljTnouth. Schools, Eton [at 
Repton in 1832 (Edgecumbe)]. Matric. Michs. 1833. (Repton 
Sch. Reg. ; not in Eton Sch. Lists.) 

GILL, JOHN WILLIAM. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Sidney, Feb. 18. 
1814. .Matric. Lent, 1814. Ord. deacon (Bristol) June 18, 
1814, 'of Sidney.' (Not in Index Eccles., or in Clergy List. 
1841-.) 

GILL, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Clare, June 22, 1774. B. at 
Doncaster, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1774; B.A. 1788; M..A. 
1791- Ord. deacon (Peterb.) June 29, 1787. V. of Exton, 
Rutland, 1791-1812. V. of Scraptoft, Leics., 1792-1849. 
R. of PickweU, 1812-49. Died July i, 1849, aged 93. 
(G. Mag., 1849, II. 216; Northants. Clergy; Cant. AU Bk.; 
Scott, MSS.; Foster, Index Eccles.) 

GILL (post VARENNE), JOSEPH. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
May 26, 17S7. Of Nottinghamshire. School, Southwell, 
Notts, (also chorister there). .Matric. Michs. 1787; B.A. 1791 ; 
M.A. 1794; B.D. 1801. Fellow, 1792; Senior Fellow, 1810. 
Sacrist, 1802-5. Junior Dean, 1805-6; Senior Dean, 1806-9. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 22, 1799; priest, Dec. 22, 1799; 
C. of Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambs., 1807; V. there, 1808-14. 
R. of Staplehurst, Kent, and V. of Grays Thurrock, Essex, 
1814-26. Married, at Staplehurst, Apr. 27, 1816, Jemima 
Catherine, only child of the Rev. Dr George Varenne, R. of 
Westley Waterless and V. of Ekn-cum-Emneth, Cambs., 
and took by Royal hcence the name of Varenne, Apr. 25, 

1816, two days before the wedding (note in parish register of 
Staplehurst). Died Apr. 7, 1826. (5/ John's Coll. Adm., iv. 
269; Cant. .Act Bk; Foster, Index Eccles.) 

GILL, ROBERT PRESTON. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 20, 
1880. S. of Robert Preston, wine and spirit merchant [of 
Famdown House, Rusholme, Lanes., and Eleanor Lawrence]. 
B. [Mar. 3, 1862], at Rusholme. Matric. .Michs. 1880. Died 
Aug. 30, 1927, at Altrincham, Cheshire. Brother of William 
P. (1884) and Herbert S. (1882). (Scott, MSS.; The Times, 
Aug. 31, 1927.) 

GILL, ROBERT THOMAS. .Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 1866. 
Perhaps same as next. 

GILL, ROBERT THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, Oct. 
1867. S. of Robert Thomas [Major, formerly of Bombay]. 
B. [1848], at Jaulna, India. School, Brighton College. 
.Adm. SoUcitor, 1874. Practised at Blackburn, 1877-83. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Oct. 26, 1883 ('s. of the late Major 
Robert GUI, of Bombay'). Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 1884. 
Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer. (Brighton Coll. Reg.; 
Law Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

GILL, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Pembroke, June 2, 
1810. [3rd s. of John Gill, merchant, of Barbados, deceased. 
B. there.] Matric. Michs. 1810; Scholar; B.A. 1814; M.A. 

1817. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 20, 1812; priest, June 27, 
1813. One of these names, of the parish of St Thomas, 
Barbados (not called ' Rev.') died Jan. 28, 1817. (Caribbeana, 
n. 279-) 

GILL (post GILL-CAREY), THOMAS CAREY. Adm. pens, 
(age 17) at Jesus, Oct. 1887. S. [and h.] of Chappie, Esq. 
[of Knotty Cross, Gateacre, and Lower Lee, Woolton, 
Lanes.]. B. at Liverpool. School, Radley. .Matric. Michs. 
1887. .Assumed the additional surname of Carey. Went to 
New Zealand and living at Wanganui, in 1922. (Radley Sch. 
Reg.; Burke, L.O., 1939.) 



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GILL, THOMAS HOWARD. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Trinity, 
Mar. 16, 1855. S. of William, V. of [Kirk] Malew, Isle of 
Man. B. there [June 28, 1836]. School, King William's 
College, Isle of Man. Matric. Michs. 1855; B.A. 1859; M.A. 
1873. Ord. deacon (Sodor and Man) 1859; priest, i860; C. of 
Malew, 1859-63. Chaplain of St Mark's, Isle of Man, 
1863-5. R. of St Jude's, Manchester, 1865-8. R. of Whalley 
Range, Lanes., 1868-81. R. of Trowbridge, Wilts., 1881-3. 
English Chaplain at Paris, 1883-90. V. of Tonbridge, 1891-4. 
Author, A Sketch of his brother Wilham (1845); tracts, 
pamphlets, etc. Died June 5, 1894, at Tonbridge. Brother 
of Evan (1853) and father of the next. {King William's 
College, Isle of Man, Reg.; Crockford; Boase, v 411; The 
Times, June 7, 1894; Life by E. F. Pollard.) 

GILL, THOMAS HOWARD. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pembroke , 
Oct. 2, 1882. [Elder] s. of the Rev. Thomas Howard (above), 
R. of Trowbridge [Wilts.]. B. at Malew, Isle of Man. Matnc. 
Michs. 1882; Scholar; (28(A Wrangler, 1885; Nat. Sci. Trip., 
Pt I, ist Class, 1886); B.A. 1885; M..\. 1896. 

GILL, THOMAS HUSBAND. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June i, 
1878. S. of Thomas Husband, of 7, Tamar Terrace, Devon- 
port, Devon. B. there [Jan. 31], i860. School, private. 
Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. and LL.B. 1882. Adm. Solicitor, 
Feb. 18S5. Practised at Devonport. Died Apr. 2, 1847. 
(Laif Lists.) 

GILL, THOMAS RICHARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 26, 
1876. S. of William, carpenter [and Barbara]. B. Aug. 13, 
1829, at Bermondsey. Bapt. Nov. 15, 1829. Matric. Michs. 
1876. 

GILL, WEBLEY HOPE. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 
1883. [S. of Wilham (1845), R. of Hertingfordbury, Herts., 
deceased. B. Oct. 27, 1863, at Edinburgh. Schools, Christ's 
Hospital and King Wilham's College, Isle of Man.] Joined 
the China Inland Mission, 1885-97; in the West China 
Mission (C.M.S.), 1897-1905. Interpreter to the Cavaky 
Brigade, China Field Force, during Boxer Rebellion, 1900-1. 
Ord deacon (Winchester) 1908; priest, 1910; C. of St 
Saviour's, Stoke-next-Guildford, Surrey, 1908-10. C. of 
St Lawrence, Biddulph, Staffs., 1910-12. R. of Hatford, 
Berks., 1912-19. V. of Wilshaw, Yorks., 1919-24. V. of 
Ugley, Essex, 1924-30. V. of Loudwater, Bucks., i930-7- 
Of 50, Livesay Crescent, Worthing, in 1947. Brother of 
Cecil H. (1879), etc. (A'tng William's Coll. Reg.; Crockford; 
Queens' Coll. Club, 1936; Who's Who in Bucks.) 

GILL, WILFRID AUSTIN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Magdalene, 
Oct. I, 1874. [2nd] s. of Jeremiah Creswell [Magdalen Hall, 
Oxford], of 5, Lansdowne Villas, East Down Park, Lee. 
School, Blackheath. Matric. Easter, 1875; Scholar; B.A. 
(Class. Trip., ist Class) 1879; M.A. 1882. Fellow and tutor. 
Esquire Bedell, 1893-9. Fellow of King's College, Lonaon, 
1885-99. Author, Life and Poems of Lefroy. Died Dec. 7, 
1899, aged 43, at Lugano, Switzerland. (Scott, MSS.; 
Boase, V. ill; The Times, Dec. 12, iSgg.) 

GILL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Dec. 14, 1835. 
Of Devon. One of these names, perhaps the same, only s. 
of Wilham, of Tavistock, Devon, matric. from Magdalen 
Hall, Oxford, Feb. 25, 1836, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1839. 
Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1840; C. of Calstock, Cornwall, 
1841-2. Disappears from Crockford, 1877, but is thence- 
forth confused with William, V. of Stannington, Yorks., 
1846-77-. 

GILL, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, June 30, 1845. 
Of the Isle of Man. FS. of William, V. of Malew, Isle of Man. 
B. Feb. 5, 1824. School, King William's College.] Matric. 
Michs. 1845; Exhibitioner; B.A. 1849; M.A. 1865. Ord. 
deacon, 1849; priest, 1850; C. of Kirk-Michael, Isle of Man, 
1850-1. C. of Hertingfordbury, Herts., 1852-3; R. there, 
1865-72. V. of Pullox Hill, Beds., 1854. V. of St John's, 
Fitzroy Square, London, 1854-61. R. of Barton, Beds., 
1861-5. Died 1872, at Castletown, Isle of Man. Brother of 
Evan (1853); father of Cecil H. (1879), Charles H. (1880) 
and Webley H. (1883). (A'tng William's Coll. Reg.; Clergy 
List- Crockford; a Sketch by his brother Thomas Howard 
(1855). 

GILL, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. Fell. -Com. at St John's, 
Apr. 15, 1809. [B. Aug. 31, 1791]- S. of Henry Streater, 
Esq., of Eashing, Surrey. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1809'. Died June 27, 1S13. {Eton Sch. Lists.) 

GILL, WILLIAM PRESTON. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 22, 
1884. [Youngest] s. of Robert Preston, wine and spirit 
merchant [and Eleanor Lawrence]. B. Aug. 16, 1865, at 
Farndown House, Rushohne, Lanes. School, Radley. Matric. 
Michs. 1884. Died Apr. 27, 1931. at Yeomanstown, Co. 
Kildare. Buried at Farndon, near Chester. Brother of 
Robert P. (1880) and Herbert S. (1882). {Radley Coll. Reg.; 
Scott, MSS.; The Times, Apr. 29, 193^.) 



Gillespie, James John 

GILLAM, ISAAC. Adm. pens, at Clare, July 6, 1808. Probably 
matric. from St Edmund Hall, Oxford, June 14, 1815, age 29; 
s. of Edward, of Barnwell, Cambs.; b. in Cambridge. V. of 
Northleigh, Oxon., 1839-56; Chaplain of St Michael's, 
Liverpool, 1856-60. Disappears from Crockford, 1865. 

GILLAM, JOSEPH BECKETT. Matric. Non-Coil, from Caven- 
dish H., Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888. Migrated to Downing;' 
M.B. and B.C. 1892. At St Thomas's Hospital. Of Holt, 
Norfolk. Medical Officer of Health for Erpingham District, 
Norfolk; for Children's Sanatorium, Holt, and for Gresham's 
School until 1920. Author, medical. {Medical Directories.) 

GILLAM, THOMAS WHEELER (1819), see GILLHAM. 

GILLAN, ROBERT WOODBURN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Apr. 27, 1886. S. and h- of George [D.D., of Carmunnock. 
Lanarks.]. B. [Aug. 2, 1867], at Meerut, India. School, Ayr 
Academy. Matric. Michs. 1886; Scholar, 1886; B.A. and 
LL.B. 1889; M.A. 1921. Adm. at the Middle Temple. Called 
to the Bar, July, 1889. Entered the I.C.S., 1889. Assistant 
Collector and Magistrate, N.W. Provinces and Oude, i88g; 
Joint Magistrate, 1893. Officiating City Magistrate, Luck- 
now, 1894. -Assistant Commissioner, 1896; Deputy Com- 
missioner, 1899; Magistrate and Collector, 1901. Joint 
Secretary, Board of Revenue, 1902; Secretary, 1903. Offi- 
ciating Secretary to Government, 1907. Comptroller and 
Auditor-General of the Financial Dept. of the Government 
of India, 1910-12. Financial Secretary to the Government 
of India, 19 12. Member of the Royal Commission on Indian 
Revenue and Currency, 1913. Member, 1914, and President 
of the Indian Railway Board, 1915. Controller of Appoint- 
ments Dept., Ministry of Labour, in 1920. Retired, 1920. 
C.S.I. , 1911. K.C.S.I., 1916. Of Guildford, Surrey, where he 
died July 2, 1943. {Who's Who, 1943; Peile, 11. 723; Christ's 
Coll. Notes; Kelly, Handbook, 1942; Law Lists; I.C.S. Lists.) 

GILLARD, FREDERIC. Adm. sizar at St John's, Aug. 9, 
1847. S. of John [? of Oriel College, Oxford], schoolmaster 
[perhaps later R. of Sydenham Damarel, Devon]. B. at 
Bridgwater, Somerset. Bapt. Jan. 11, 1822. {Index Eccles.) 

GILLARD, PHILIP. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Nov. 1, 1804. 
S. and h. of PhiUp, of Brixham, Devon. B. there. Schools, 
Newton .^bbot (Mr Wetherdon) and Kingsbridge (Mr 
Wilcox). Matric. Michs. 1804; Scholar, 1805; B.A. 1809. 
P.C. of Kingswear, Devon, 1819-36. Drowned when bathing, 
Aug. 2, 1836. (G. Mag., 1836, II. 331.) 

GILLART, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 23) at Pembroke, Oct. 5, 
1876. [Eldest] s. of Richard, Esq., of Lynulloedd, near 
Machynlleth, Montgom. B. at Pencard. Matric. Michs. 1876; 
B.A. 1880; M.A. 1889. Ord. deacon (Bangor) 1879; priest, 
1880; C. of Menai Bridge, Anglesey, 1879-S4. V. of Gentle- 
shaw, Staffs., 1884-1912. Hon. Chaplain, Staffs. Regt., 1885. 
Disappears from Crockford, 19 13. {Army List, 1900.) 

GILLBANKS, see also GILBANKS. 

GILLBANKS, JONATHAN CREMER. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Trinity Hall, July 21, 1862. S. [and h.] of Jonathan 
[merchant, of London], of 2, Hyde Dale Villas, Blackheath. 
B. 1843. School, King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 
1862; B.A. 1866. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 22, 1864. 
Called to the Bar, 1867. On the Northern Circuit. Of 

4, Harcourt Buildings, Temple, in 1880. (Foster, Men at the 
Bar; Law Lists.) 

GILLESPIE, ALEXANDER MARSHALL. Adm. at King's, 
Oct. 2, 1896. [S. of William, of Weybridge, Surrey. School, 
Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899; M.A. 1903. With 
Messrs GiUespie and Co., merchants, London, 1900-1, and 
with the same firm in New York, 1901-11. Died June 26, 
1911. Buried in New York. {Harrow Sch. Reg. (Alister 
Marshall); King's Coll. Adm. Reg.) 

GILLESPIE, DAVID. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Aug. 8, 1859. 

5. of David, of Doncaster, Yorks. B. [Oct. 21, 1841], at 
Mouutquhanie, Fifeshire. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 
i860; Scholar, 1863; B.A. {10th Wrangler) 1864; M.A. 1867. 
Fellow, 1866-74. Admitted Advocate, Scotch Bar, 1868. 
Sheriff Substitute of Fife, 1880. Died Apr. 1912. {Harrow 
.Sch. Reg.) 

GILLESPIE, JAMES JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Sept. 3, 
1889. S. of Thomas, chartered accountant, of Morpeth [and 
Elizabeth Davison]. B. there Nov. 26, 1872. School, Morpeth 
Grammar (Mr Davidson). Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. and 
LL.B. 1892; M.A. 1897. Capt., ist Vol. Batt., Northmnber- 
land Fusiliers, 1898. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Col., Northumberland Fusiliers (T.F.); Brevet-Col.; men- 
tioned in despatches). Chartered accountant, Messrs Gillespie, 
Buttress & Co., of Newcastle and London. Chairman of 
Moss Empire. Of Southgate, Morpeth, Northumberland, in 
1939. Died Jan. 20, 1942. Brother of Thomas (1894). {Army 
Lists; Univ. War List.) 



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GILLESPIE, JAMES THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 7, 1892. S. of W., Esq., of 6, Trevor Hill, Newry, 
Ireland. [Educated at Newry Intermediate School, and 
Royal University of Ireland.] Matric. Michs. 1892. Ap- 
pointed to I.C.S., 1892. Served in Madras as Assistant 
Collector and Magistrate. Deputy Registrar, High Court, 
1897; Registrar, 190S. Sub-collector and Joint Magistrate, 
1910. District and Sessions Judge, 1911; retired, Feb. 1920. 
Died at Bournemouth, Sept. 15, 1940. {I.C.S. Lists; The 
Times, Sept. 26, 1940.) 

GILLESPIE, ROBERT ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
July 6, 1865. [5th] s. of Alexander, merchant [of Walton-on- 
Thames, Surrey and Heathtield, Weybridge, and Eliza, dau. 
of — Greenshields]. B. Mar. 30, 1848, at St Botolph's, 
Aldgate, London. [School, Weybridge.] Matric. Michs. 1865 ; 
B.A. 1869. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Jan. 22, 1868. 
Called to the Bar, May i, 1871. On the South Eastern Circuit. 
Appointed a Metropolitan Magistrate, July i6, 1901. Served 
at West Ham Pohce Court until his death Aor. 11, 1917. 
(La-d- Lists; Scott, MSS.; Foster, Men at the Bar; Who was 
Who; The Times, Apr. 12 and 13, 1917.) 

GILLESPIE, ROBERT JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 3, 1884. S. of WiUiam, district manager of the Cale- 
donian Railway [and Mary Jamieson]. B. Sept. 5, 1S66, at 
I, Athole Terrace, Victoria Road, Glasgow. Schools, Perth 
Academy (Mr Chambers) and High School, Edinburgh 
(Mr Marshall). Matric. Michs. 1884. 

GILLESPIE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Sx John's, Oct. 16, 1894. 
[2nd] s. of Thomas, accountant, of Morpeth, Northumberland 
[and EUzabeth Davison]. B. there Dec. 30, 1875. School, 
Morpeth Grammar (Mr W. Davidson). Matric. Michs. 1894; 
B.A. 1897; M.B., B.C. and M.A. 1902. At St Bartholomew's 
Hospital; House Physician there. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1900. 
Assistant House Physician, Metropolitan Hospital. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.A.M.C). Consulting 
Physician, Southampton Children's Hospital. Of Rollington 
House, Redlynch, Salisbury, in 1942. Died Sept. 16, 1944. 
Brother of James J. (1889). (Univ. War List; Scott, MSS.; 
Medical Directories.) 

GILLETT, ARTHUR BEVINGTON. Adm. at King's, Sept. 30, 
1898. [3rd s. of George, of Lombard Street, London. B. 
Dec. 16, 1875.] Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901; M.A. 1906. 
Partner in firm of Messrs Gillett and Co., bankers, 1904-19. 
A director of Barclays Bank, 1921-43-. Of 102, Banbury 
Road, Oxford, in 1942. (King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Kelly, 
Handbook.) 

GILLETT, DANIEL. Adm. pens, (age ig) at Caius, May 14, 
1835. [2nd] s. of Cyrus, of Markshall, near Norwich. B. at 
Halvergate, Norfolk. School, Thorney (private). Matric. 
Michs. 1835. Migrated to Magdalene, Oct. 19, 1836; B..\. 
1839; M.A. 1842. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Jan. 5, 1840; 
priest, Jan. 10, 1841 ; C. of Bixley with Framingham-Earl, 
Norfolk, 1840-8. C. of Stockton, 1848-78. R. of Geldeston, 
1857-83. Married Mary Ann, dau. of Robert Howard, 1840, 
and had issue. Died June 24, 1883, aged 66, at Geldeston. 
Brother of the next. {Venn, 11. 231 ; Crockford; The Guardian, 
June 27, 1883.) 

GILLETT, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, May 8, 
1838. Of Norfolk. [4th s. of Cyrus, of Halvergate Hall, near 
Norwich.] Migrated to Emmanuel, June 2, 1838. Matric. 
Michs. 1838; Scholar, 1839; B..\. 1842; M.A. 1845. Of 
Shipmeadow, Suffolk. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1843; priest, 
1844; C. of Beighton, Norfolk, 1844. C. of Holy Trinity, Ely, 
Cambs., 1849-50. C. of Bradtield St George, Suffolk, 1851-2. 
V. of Runham, Norfolk, 1852-69. Married Ellen Elizabeth, 
dau. of Capt. George Edward Francis, of Martham Grange, 
Norfolk, 1862. Died 1S69. Brother of the above; father of 
Gresham F. (18S7) and Jermyii F. (1884). (Burke, L.G.; 
Clergy List; Crockford.) 

GILLETT, FREDERICK HERBERT ALFRED. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Oct. 4, 1890. S. of Alfred [banker], of 22, Bolton 
Street, Piccadilly, London. B. Mar. 21, 1872, in London. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1890. Lieut., Pemb. Yeo- 
manry. (Eton Sch. Lists (Frederick William Herbert Alfred).) 

GILLETT, GRESHAM FRANCIS. Matric. Non-Coll. Lent, 1887. 
S. of Edward (1838) [V. of Runham, Norfolk], deceased. 
B. there Aug. 17, 1867. School, Felsted. Adm. pens, at 
Peterhouse, .\pr. 18, 1888; B.A. 1889; U.A.. 1893. Ord. 
deacon (London) 1S90; priest, 1892; C. of Whitechapel, 
1890-4. Priest-in-charge of Malvern College Mission, 1894- 
1904. Archdeacon of Lebombo, East Africa, 1904-17. 
{Crockford gives .Archdeacon of Inhambane, 1913-17.] R. of 
Winthorpe, Notts., 1917-37. Publ. pr., dio. of Southwell, 
1938-40. Of Small House. CoUingham, Newark. Died Aug. 
1940. Brother of Jermyn F. (1884). {Crockford; Who was 
Who; Al. Felsted; T. A. Walker, 601.) 

GILLETT, HARRY. Matric. Non-CoU. Lent, 1888; B.A. 1890; 
M.A. 1897. 



GiLLiEss. William Maurice 

GILLETT, HARRY ROLAND. Adm. pens, at Downing, Apr. 14, 
1890. School, Geelong, Australia. Matric. Easter, 1890. 

GILLETT, JERMYN FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i, 
1884. [2nd] s. of Edward (1838), V. of Runham, Norfolk, 
deceased. B. there Jan. 31, 1866. School, Felsted. Matric. 
Michs. 1884; B..\. 1887; M.B. and B.C. 1891. At St Mary's 
Hospital. Assistant House Surgeon, North Staffs. Infinnary. 
Medical Officer of Health at Andover. Of Elvin House, 
Andover. Died Mar. 17, 1917. Brother of Gresham F. (1887). 
{Al. Felsted; Medical Directories; Scott, MSS.; The Times, 
Mar. 19, 1917.) 

GILLETT, JOSEPH ASHBY. Adm. at King's, Oct. 4, 1886. 
[2nd s. of Charles, of Woodgreen, Banbury, Oxon., partner 
in Gillett and Co., bankers, of Banbury and Oxford. B. there 
Dec. 29, 1867. School, Ohver's Mount, Scarborough.] Matric. 
Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889. Partner in the firm of Gillett and Co., 
bankers, of Banbury. Local Director of Barclays Bank. 
Borough Treasurer of Banbury, 1921-42. Died Dec. 24, 
1942. Buried at Banbury. {King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Burke, 
L.G., 1939; Who's Who in Oxfordshire; The Times, Dec. 28, 
1942.) 

GILLETT, ROBERT HOWARD. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
.\ug. 15, 1863. S. of Robert, Esq. B. Aug. 16, 1844, at 
Halvergate, Norfolk. School, Queen Elizabeth's, Ipswich. 
Matric. Michs. 1863; B..\. 1867; M.A. 1871. Of Halvergate 
Hall, Norfolk. J. P. Married, 1881, EUen Elizabeth, dau. of 
Andrew Joseph Doyle, M.D., of Lewes, Sussex. Styled 'the 
late Robert Howard' in Burke, L.G., 1925, but no date of 
death given. 

GILLHAM or GILLAM, THOMAS WHEELER. Adm. pens, at 
Corpus Christi, Mar. 22, 1819. Of Sussex. Matric. Michs. 
1819; B.A. 1823; M..'\. 1826. Ord. deacon and priest, 1825. 
V. of W. Wittering, Sussex, 1826. V. of Liddington with 
Caldecote, Rutland, 1835-81. Lived latterly at Ryde's 
Hill, Guildford, Surrey, and disappears from Crockford, 1895. 
(Scott, MSS.; Crockford (Gillham); Foster, Index Eccles.) 

GILLIAT, FRANCIS TRANTHAM. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 8, 
1884. [Possibly s. of Alfred, of Portsmouth, whose 3rd s., 
Frederick Hatfield, matric. 1883 from Magdalen College, 
Oxford.] Matric. Michs. 1S84; B.A. 1887. 

GILLIAT, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 5, 1851. 
Did not reside. 

GILLIATT, HUBERT ADKIN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 9, 
1870. S. of William Henry, of Clarence House, Homcastle, 
Lines. B. Mar. 24, 1852, in London. School, private. Matric. 
Michs. 1870. 

GILLIBRAND, FREDERICK JAMES. Matric. pens, from 
Queens', Easter, 1884. [Possibly s. of T. W., of Bowdon, 
Cheshire, whose s., Philip .Arthur, was at King William's 
CoUege, Isle of Man.] B.A. 1887; M.A. i8gi; M.B. and B.C. 
1892. .At Guy's Hospital. Of 21, Albert Road, Southport, 
Lanes., in 1900. {Medical Directories; not in 1910.) 

GILLICHAN, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, June 22, 
1818. S. of James. B. [Jan. 9, 1800], at Dundalk, Co. Louth, 
Ireland. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1818; B..A. 1822. 
{Rugby Sch. Reg.) 

GILLIES, CHARLES EDWARD STUART. Adm. at Caius, 
Oct. I, 1890. S. of Robert, surveyor, deceased. B. [Sept. 26, 
1S67], at Dunedin, New Zealand. School, Dunedin High 
(Dr Macdonald). Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1892 (excused 
one year's residence as a graduate of New Zealand Uni- 
versity). Adnutted at the Inner Temple. Called to the Bar, 
Tune 14, 1893. Practised at Auckland, N.Z. SoUcitor of the 
Supreme Court of New Zealand, 1898. Died 1905, at Auck- 
land. Brother of the next. {Venn, n. 512; Law Lists.) 

GILLIES, HARRY THOMAS. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1893. 
S. of Robert, Esq. [survevor]. [B. 1874, at Dunedin, N.Z.] 
School, Otago, and at Auckland University College. Matric. 
Michs. 1893; LL.B. 1896. CaUed to the Bar, Middle Temple, 
May 12, 1897. On the North Eastern Circuit. Crown 
Solicitor. Of Hamilton, New Zealand, in 1942. Brother of 
the above. {Law Lists.) 

GILLIES, ROBERT MAULE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, 
Dec. 3, 1823. S. of William, merchant, of London. B. there. 
School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1824; Scholar, 1826-8; 
B.A. 1828. Married Catherine, dau. of Capt. Philip Beaven, 
R.N., -Aug. 16, 1831. Died young, from the results of an 
injury received when rowing. {Venn, n. 191.) 

GILLIESS, PORTER BROOME FRANCIS CHARLES. Adm. pens. 
at Trinity, Mar. 13, 1819. Did not reside. 

GILLIESS, WILLIAM MAURICE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 6, 1787. [Only s. of William Porter, of Portland Road, 
London, attomey-at-law.] Matric. Michs. 1787- Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, May 3, 1790. (Sir W. Sterry.) 



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GiLLiLAND, John Howard 

GILLILAND, JOHN HOWARD. Matric. pens, from Queens', 
Michs. 1873; B.A. (syd Wyangler) 1877; M.A. 1896. Ap- 
pointed to the Bengal Educational Dept., 1877, and served 
in the Presidency and Howrah Colleges as Professor of civil 
engineering. Professor in Presidency College, Nov. 1888. 
Acted as 2nd assistant Meteorological Reporter to the 
Government of India. (/.C'.S. Lists; not in 19 10.) 

GILLING, HENRY THOMAS. Adni. pens, at St John's, Apr. i, 
1882. S. of Henry, house agent [and Ellen]. B. at Chelten- 
ham, Gloucs. Bapt. June 27, 1862. School, Clifton College. 
Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. and LL.B. 18S5. Adni. Solicitor, 
Mar. 1889. Of Gilling and Goodfellow, Caerphilly. Capt., 
3rd Vol. Batt., Welsh Regt., 1899. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Lieut.-Col., R.F.A.). D.L.; O.B.E. Died Nov. 8, 
1940, aged 78, at Cardiff. (Clifton Coll. Reg.; Law Lists; 
Army Lists; The Times, Nov. 11, 1940.) 

GILLING-LAX, THOMAS GRAHAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1889. [3rd] s. of the Rev. George Robert [of 
Wadham College, Oxford, who took the additional name of 
Lax, May 20, 1868], R. of Fitzhead, Somerset. B. there 
[Feb. 4, 1870]. School, Marlborough. Matric. Easter, i88g; 
Scholar; B.A. 1892; M..\. 1S96. Assistant Master at Warwick 
School, 1892. Ord. deacon (Durham) 1893; priest, 1894; 
C. of St Andrew's, Bishop Auckland, 1893-5. V. of Rosher- 
ville, Kent, 1895-1902. V. of St Margaret's, Streathara Hill, 
Surrey, 1902-9. V. of St Thomas's, Stourbridge, Worcs., 
1909-11. V. of Orpington, Kent, 1911-19. V. of Rusthall, 
19x9-40. Hon. Canon of Rochester Cathedral, 1934- Of 
Hindhead, Surrey, in 1942. [Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Crock- 
ford; Who's Who, 1942.) 

GILLMAN, HERBERT FRANCIS WEBB. Adm. pens, at 
Emmanuel, Oct. 5, 1886. S. of Herbert Webb, Esq. [I.C.S., 
Ceylon], of Clonteadmore, Coachford, Co. Cork, Ireland. 
[B. June 7, 1867. School, Dulwich College.] Matric. Michs. 
1886; Scholar, 1S86. Entered I.C.S., 1886, and served in 
Madras as Assistant Collector and Magistrate; Head As- 
sistant, 1895; Collector, 1898. District and Sessions Judge, 
1905. Collector and Magistrate, Madras, 1907-18. Member 
of Executive Council of Madras, 1916. C.S.I., June, 1917- 
Member of Franchise Committee in connection with ],ndian 
Reform Scheme, 1918. In the Great War, 1914-19, Com- 
mandant, Madras Vol. Guards. Of Clonteadmore, Co. Cork. 
J. P. Died Nov. 23, 1918, at Simla. (Dulwich Coll. Reg.; 
Burke, L.G. of Ireland; Who was Who; LC.S. Lists; Fox- 
Davies, Armorial Families.) 

GILLMOR, or GILMOR, CLOTWORTHY. M.A. 1845, incorp. 
from Dublin. Adm. at St John's, Nov. 13, 1844. S. of 
Clotworthy. B. at Camar\'on. Matric. at Trinity College, 
Dublin, Oct. 22, 1832, age 15; B.A. (Dubl.) 1837; M.A. 
(Dubl.) 1840. Ad eundem (O-alord) 1840. Ord. deacon (Bath 
and Wells) 1840; priest, 1841; C. of Walcot, Bath, 1840-2. 
R. of Shelton, Staffs., 1842-5. V. of Dartford, Kent, 1845- 
56. R. of Nvmet Tracey (or Bow) with Broad Nymet, Devon, 
1856-86. Chaplain at Boulogne, 1865-7. Author, Miscel- 
laneous poems; Hymns, Odes and Rhymes; Reflections from 
Shakespeare's Cliff; Jessie of Boulogne, etc. Died Sept. 23, 
1886, at Bow rectory. (Cant. Act Bk.; Al. Oxon.; At. Dubl.; 
O'Donoghue, Poets of Ireland; Crockford; Boase, v. 414.) 

GILLMORE, DAVID SANDEMAN. Matric. Non-CoU. Lent, 
1886. S. of Horatio, dissenting minister [and Mary Sophia 
Hancock]. B. Nov. 11, 1863, at Stratton St Margaret's, 
Highworth. School, Park Lane, Croydon (Mr G. Whyte). 
Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 11, i886; B.A. 1888; M.A. 
1892. Ord. deacon (Richmond, Litt. dim. for Ripon) 1909; 
priest (Ripon) 1910; C. of Burley-in- Wharf edale, Vorks., 
1909-11. C. of Burnham, Somerset, 1912-13. C. of High- 
worth, Wilts., 1915-21. Perm, to off. at Walsoken, Norfolk, 
1921-2. C. of St Stephen's, Lansdown, Bath, 1923-5. C. of 
St Stephen's, Norbury, 1926-7. C. of N. Wingfield, Derbs., 
1928-9. Living at Weston-super-Mare, in 1942. (Crockford.) 

GILLON, WILLIAM DOWNE. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) at 
Trinity, Feb. 12, 1819. S. of [Lieut.-Col.] Andrew [and 
Mary Anne, dau. of WUham Downe, of Downe Hall, Dorset]. 
B. [Aug. 31, 1801], at Wallhouse, W. Lothian. School, 
Richmond, Yorks. (Mr Tate). Matric. Lent, 1819. Of 
Wallhouse, West Lothian, and of Hurstmonceaux, Sussex. 
J. P. and D.L. M.P. for the Lanark burghs, 1831-2, and for 
Falkirk burghs, 1832-41. Married, Oct. 24, 1820, Ellen Eliza, 
dau. of John Corke Scott, of Synton, Roxburgh, and had 
issue. Died Oct. 7, 1S46. (Burke, L.G., 1925.) 

GILLOTT, ALFRED JOSEPH. Adm. at Trinity Hali,, 1885. 
S. of [Alfred], Esq. [manufacturer], of East Molesey, Surrey. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1893. 
Residing in Cavendish Square, London, in 1892. (Eton Sch. 
Lists; P. E. Towell.) 



GiLLUM, Sidney Julius 

GILLSON, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Jan. 12, 

1831. [2nd s. of W., Esq., of UUythorpe, Lutterworth, 
Leics.] Matric. Michs. 1831; B.A. 1835. Migrated to St 
Catharine's, Apr. 13, 1853; M.A. 1853. Ord. deacon 
(Rochester, Litt. dim. from EIv) Feb. 15, 1835; priest (Ely) 
Feb. 6, 1836; C. of LvncomlJe and Widcombe, Somerset, 
-1841-54. Of Warley, Essex, in 1855. V. of High Littleton, 
Somerset, 1855-8. V. of Christ Church, Mountsorrel, Leics., 
1858-74. Lived latterly at East Park Terrace, Southampton. 
Author, The Relapsed Demoniac: a Warning to England 
against the Return of Poperv; and other tracts with equally 
lurid titles. Died Jan. 20, 1880, at Southampton. Father of 
Henry T. (1855) and Septimus (i860). (Crockford; The 
Guardian, Jan. 28, 1880.) 

GILLSON, EDWARD ALLAN. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1886. 
S. of W. Moore, Esq., of Brighton. [B. 1867.] School, 
Sherborne. Matric. Michs. 1886. Sometime on the Stock 
Exchange. Of Eaton Road, W. Brighton, in 1893. Died 
1926. (Sherborne Sch. Reg.) 

GILLSON, FRANK. Adm. at King's, Oct. 9, 1883. S. [and h.] 
of Henry Thomas, Esq. [1855], of Mudeford, Christchurch, 
Hants. [B. Nov. i, 1865.] School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 
1883; B.A. 1S86. Adm. Solicitor, Mar. 1892. Practised at 
Fareham, Bishop's Waltham, and Lyndhurst, Hants. 
(Messrs Gunner, Gillson and Carpenter). Of Porchester, 
Fareham, in 1942. Died Jan. 27, 1946- Brother of the next. 
(Rugby Sch. Reg.; King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Law Lists (not in 
1939); C.U. Pari. Reg., 1942; The Times, Jan. 30, 1946-) 

GILLSON, GODFREY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, Oct. 1886. 
[2nd] s. of Henry Thomas (next). B. [Dec. 15, 1867], at Mal- 
vern, Worcs. School, Rugby (exhibitioner). Matric. Michs. 
1886. Entered Woolwich, 1888; gazetted to the Royal 
Artillery, 1889; Lieut., 1892; Capt., 1900; Major, 1906; 
Lieut.-Col., 1914. Served on the North-West Frontier of India, 
1897-8; in the Nile Expedition, and with Egyptian Army, 
1899-1907; in the Great War, 1914-19 (Brig.-Gen.; wounded; 
D.S.O., 1915; C.M.G., 1918; mentioned six times in des- 
patches; Order of Danilo (Montenegro)). Deputy Director 
of Remounts, 19 19. Died June 2, 1937, at Chettle Lodge, 
Blandford. Brother of the above. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Univ. 
War List; Army Lists; D.S.O.Bk.; The Times, June 4, 1937.) 

GILLSON, HENRY THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 5, 
1855. [4th] s. of Edward (1831), clerk [of Mountsorrel, Leics., 
and Caroline]. B. [1S37], at Weston-super-Mare. Bapt. 
May 16, 1837. Matric. Michs. 1855; B.A. 1859; M.A. 1868. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 10, 1862. Called to the Bar, 
Apr. 30, 1866. Of Mudeford, Christchurch, Hants. Died 
Mar. 8, 1929, at AUcots, Porchester. Buried at Itchen-.^bbas. 
Father of Frank (1883) and the above; brother of the next. 
(Law Lists; Scott, MSS.; Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, 
Mar. 9, 1929.) 

GILLSON, SEPTIMUS. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i, i860. 
[7th] s. of Edward (1831), minister of Mountsorrel, Leics. 
B. [.-^ug. 14, 1840], at 'Aqua Sulis, Somerset.' School, 
Oakham. Matric. Michs. i860; B.A. 1864; M.A. 1874. Ord. 
deacon (Peterb.) 1863; priest, 1864; C. of Castle Donington, 
Leics., 1863-5. C. of Christ Church, Worthing, Sussex, 
1866-7. C. of Mugginton, Derbs., 1867-g. C. to his father 
at Christ Church, Mountsorrel, 1869-73- R- ol Itchen- 
Abbas, Hants., 1847-1901. Died Jan. 6, 1901. Brother of the 
above. (Crockford; The Guardian, Jan. 9, 1901.) 

GILLUM, SIDNEY GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Tune 5, 1855. S. of Widgwood. Matric. Michs. 1855; 
Scholar, 1856-7; B.A. (Theol. Exam., ist Class) 1859; M.A. 
1864. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1859; priest, 1S60; C. of 
Vernham Dean, Hants., 1859-62. C. of Brightwell, Berks., 
1864-5. C. of Old Alresford, Hants., 1865-6. P.C. of Tonghara, 
Surrey, 1866-9. R- of Pentridge, Dorset, 1875-81. R. 
of Millbrook, Beds., 1S81-3. V. of Kewstoke, Somerset, 
1883-91. V. of Pucklechurch with Abson, Bristol, 1891-1910. 
Lived latterly at Exmouth, Devon, where he died July 2, 
1916, aged 81. Father of the next. (T. A. Walker, 510; 
Crockford; The Times, July 5, 1916.) 

GILLUM, SIDNEY JULIUS. Adm. at King's, Oct. i, 1895. 
[S. and h. of Sidney George (above). B. July 1, 1876. School, 
Winchester.] Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898; M.A. 1904. 
East India merchant; in India, 1 899-1927; Managing 
Director, Bombay Co. Ltd., 1904-27; in London, 1927-42-. 
Member, Bombay Legislative Council, 1918-19 and 1921-2. 
Sheriff of Bombay, 1921-2. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Trooper, Bombay Light Horse, Indian Defence Force). Of 
Quarry Hill, Reigate, Surrey, in 1942. (Winchester Coll. 
Reg.; King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Scott, MSS ; Univ. War List; 
C.U. Pari. Reg., 1942-) 



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GiLLUM, Stephen Fryer 

GILLUM, STEPHEN FRYER. Adiu. FeU.-Com. at St John's, 
Apr. 13, 1787. S. of Henry [and Sarah Offen], of Childer- 
ditch, Essex. B. at Shenfield, Essex. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1787; B..\. 1791. Of Middleton Hall, Shen- 
tield. High SheriS of Essex, 1803-4. Married (i) Dec. 16, 
1793, Miss — Marlar, of New Boswell Court, Lincoln's Inn; 
(2) Nov. 8, 1809, Elizabeth, dau. of George Selby, of Twizell 
House, Northumberland. Died Oct. 1826, at Brentwood, 
through a fall from horseback. Father of the next. (St John's 
Coll. Adm., IV. 269; H. M. Wood; G. Mag., 1793, n. 1149; 
Neiixastle Chronicle, Nov. 4, 1826; New History of Northum- 
berland, I. 399, where there is a pedigree.) 

GILLUM, STEPHEN FRYER. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
July 10, 1830. S. and h. of Stephen Fryer (above). B. 
[Oct. 30, 1812], at Charlton, Northumberland. School, 
Essex (private, the Rev. J. Tweed). Matric. Michs. 1831. 
Migrated to Peterhouse, Mar. 5, 1834; B.A. 1835; M.A. 1838. 
Of Middleton Hall, Belford, Northumberland. J. P. and D.L. 
Married, 1837, Mary Ann, dau. of Thomas Forster, of Adder- 
stone House, Northumberland. {T. A. Walker, 448; Burke, 
L.G.; Walford, Co. Fam., 1864.) 

GILLY, CHARLES PUDSEY. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Oct. II, 1864. S. of WiUiam Stephen (1808), clerk, deceased. 
B. at Durham. School, Bury St Edmunds and at Edinburgh 
Academy. Matric. Michs. 1864. Went to the Argentine 
{sic, Edin. Academy; Bury Sch. Reg. gives Australia). 
Returned to England and died Nov. 1904, at Layer-Breton. 
Essex. Brother of William O. S. (1839). (Bury Sch. Reg.; 
Edinburgh Academy Reg.) 

GILLY, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Caius, Nov. 22, 1754. 
S. of WiUiam, grazier, of Hawkedon, Suffolk. B. at Brome. 
Schools, Bury (Mr Kynnesman and Mr Gamham) and Ipswich 
(Mr Hingeston). Matric. Michs. 1756; B.A. 1759. O^d. deacon 
(Norwich) Oct. 22, 1758; priest, June 24, 1759; C. of 
Hawkedon, 1758; R. there and of Wanstead, Essex, 1759-87. 
Married, July 17, 1759, Mary Firmin, of Hawkedon. Died 
Dec. 9, 1787. Buried at Hawkedon. Father of the next. 
(Bury Sch. Reg.; Venn, 11. 70.) 

GILLY, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Caius, Mar. 29, 1780. 
S. of William (above), of Hawkedon, Suffolk. B. there 
Dec. 17, 1 761. School, Christ's Hospital (Mr Boyer). Scholar, 
1780-5; matric. Easter, 1781; B.A. 1784; M.A. 1787. Fellow, 
1785-8. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 6, 1784; priest, 
Feb. 24, 1788. R. of Hawkedon, Suffolk, 1788-1837. V. of 
Wanstead, Essex, 1812-37. Married, .\pr. 23, 1788, Anne, 
dau. of Stephen Oliver, Esq., of Long Melford. Died 
Nov. 23, 1837, at Wanstead. Father of William S. 
(1808). (Christ's Hospital Reg.; Venn, 11. 103; Foster, Index 
£cc/fs.; G. Mag., 1838, I. 105.) 

GILLY, WILLIAM OCTAVIUS SHAKESPEARE. Adm. pens, at 
St Catharine's, Mar. 29, 1839. S. of William Stephen (next). 
School, Harrow. Of Totton, Southampton. Died Aug. 10, 
i860. Brother of Charles P. (1864). (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

GILLY, WILLIAM STEPHEN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, 
Feb. 19, 1808. S. of William (17S0), R. of Hawkedon, Suffolk. 
B. there [Jan. 28, 1789]. School, Christ's Hospital. Matric. 
Michs. 1808; Scholar. Migrated to St Catharine's, Dec. 28, 
1808; B.A. 1812; M.A. 1817; D.D. 1833. Ord. deacon (Bath 
and Wells) Feb. 1812; priest (London) Sept. 25, 1814. R. of 
N. Fambridge, Essex, 1817. Preb. of Durham, 1826-55. 
P.C. of St Margaret's, Durham, 1827. V. of Norham, 
Northumberland, 1831-55. Canon of Durham, 1853. Married, 
Dec. 18, 1825, Jane Charlotte Mary, dau. of Major Colberg. 
Paid many visits to the Vaudois, and in 1824 published a 
Narrative of an E.xctirsion to the Mountains of Piedmont and 
Researches among the \'audois (or Waldenses), which aroused 
much sympathy in England for the inhabitants; a subscrip- 
tion was started for their relief, part of which was used for a 
College and library at La Tour in Piedmont. In 1841 he 
wrote The Peasantry of the Border, an appeal on their behalf, 
with the object of bettering the condition and housing of the 
agricultural labourers in North Northumberland. Other 
works include The Spirit of the Gospel; More Waldensian 
Researches; A Memoir of Felix Neff, pastor of the High Alps; 
Our Protestant Forefathers, etc. Died Sept. 10, 1855, at 
Norham. Father of the above and of Charles P. (1864). 
(Christ's Hospital Reg.; Boase, i. 1151 ; G. Mag., 1S55, 11. 437; 
D.N.B.; Venn, 11. 150; Foster, Index Eccles.; Clergy List.) 

GILMAN, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. 1898. S. of 
Ellis, Esq. B. Mar. 17, 1879, in London. School, St Paul's. 
Matric. Michs. 1898. Cricket 'blue,' 1902. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Major, R.A.S.C; mentioned in des- 
patches). (Univ. War List; not in Si Paul's Reg.) 

GILMOR, CLOTWORTHY (1845), see GILLMOR. 



GiLMOUR, Arthur Derrick 

GILMORE, ARTHUR ERNEST. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 1, 
1890. S. of John (1849), clerk. B. [July 8, 1869], at Rams- 
gate. School, Dulwich College and at University College, 
London. Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893. At the London 
Hospital. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut., Essex 
Regt.; wounded). (Peile, 11. 762; Duhvich Coll. Reg.; Univ. 
War List.) 

GILMORE, GEORGE CROSBY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June i, 

1878. [Younger] s. of George [sometime Colonial Secretary 
for Tasmania], of 9, Vvvyan Terrace, CUfton. B. [Dec. 7, 
1859], at Launceston, Tasmania. Schools [Wesley College, 
Melbourne, Austraha and] Launceston Grammar (Mr 
Savigny). Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Nov. 8, 1879. Called to the Bar, 1882. Of 
Launceston, Tasmania. Barrister, Solicitor and Com- 
missioner of Supreme Court, Tasmania, and of Victoria. 
Represented George Town, 1893-1900; Waratah, 1903-6. -At- 
torney-General, Tasmania, 1904-6. Prominent in Federation 
Movement. Notary Public, Territorial Justice, and Coroner. 
Commissioner, Court of Requests, and Police Magistrate, 
West Coast, 1900-3. Alderman, City of Hobart. Died 
Jan. 15, 1937. (Who was Who; Foster, Men at the Bar; Law 
Lists.) 

GILMORE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 27, 1849. S. of 
John, Lieut., R.N., and shipowner. B. [May 14, 1830], at 
Poplar, Middlesex. Schools, Royal Naval, New Cross and 
Gosport (Dr Bumey). Matric. Michs. 1849; B.A. 1853; M.A. 
1856. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1854; priest, 1855; C. of St 
Matthias, Liverpool, 1853-4. C. of Christ Church, Toxteth 
Park, 1854-7. V. of Hurdsfield, Cheshire, 1857-8. V. of 
Holy Trinitv, St Lawrence, Ramsgate, 1858-76. V. of 
St Luke's, Lower Norwood, Surrey, 1876-91. R. of Woodham 
Mortimer, Essex, 1891-6. Author, Storm Warriors, or Life- 
boat work on the Goodwin Sands; The Sailor Lad's Cry of 
Victory (^.d.) ; The Death of the Fisherman (2d.). Died Oct. 31, 
1896. Fatherof Arthur E. (1890). (Venn,u. 2i<);Crockford; 
The Times, Nov. 3, 1896.) 

GILMORE, JOHN CROSBY. Adm. at Clare, June 7, 1873. 
[S. of J., of Clifton, Bristol. School, Clifton College.] Matnc. 
Michs. 1873; B.A. 1878. Adm. SoUcitor, May, iSSi. Prac- 
tised (Gilmore and Lloyd) at Bristol, Radstock and Saltford. 
Of Market Chambers, Nicholas Street, Bristol, in 1924. 
(Law Lists ; Clifton Coll. Reg.) 

GILMORE, JOSEPH DENT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Magdalene, 
July 2, 1796. S. of James, of Philadelphia. School, North- 
fleet (Mr Crakett). Matric. Michs. 1796; B.A. 1800. Ord. 
deacon (London) Apr. 26, iSoi; priest, Oct. 4, 1801. 

GILMOUR, Sir ALEXANDER, Bart. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 16) 
at St John's, Nov. 16, 1753. [Only] s. of Sir Charles [2nd 
Bart., and Jean, dau. of Sir Robert Sinclair], of CraigmiUer, 
Midlothian, Scotland. [B. I735-] Matric. Michs. 1753- 
Succeeded to the baronetcy, Aug. 9, 1750. Claimed unsuc- 
cessfully the estate of Balnagowan, on the death of his cousin, 
William Ross, 14th and last Lord Ross of Halkhead, i754- 
An officer in the ist Foot Guards. Went to France with his 
regiment, and was wounded and taken prisoner there, Sept. 
1758. (G. Mag., 1758, 501, has a note, 'Oct. 11, 1758. Lord 
Frederick Cavendish and Sir Charles (sic) Gilmore, bart., 
arrived at Court on their paroles of honour, to settle the 
exchange of prisoners.') M.P. for Co. of Edinburgh in three 
parliaments, 1761-6, 1766-8 and 1768-74. Clerk of the 
Green Cloth, 1765. (G. Mag. states that he 'married at a 
very early age and has left at least one son,' which appears 
to be incorrect.) Lived in France for many years, most of 
them at Boulogne, owing to pecuniary embarrassments. 
Died s.p. Dec. 27, 1792, of gout, in France, when the baro- 
netcy and main hne of the family became extinct. (St John's 
Coll. Adm., III. 621; Burke, P. and B.; G.E.C.; G. Mag., 
1792, II. 1220.) 

GILMOUR, ALLAN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity Hall, 
Mar. 30, 1871. [S. and h. of Allan, Esq., of Eaglesham, 
Renfrewshire. B. July 20, 1851.] School, Glenalmond College 
and at Edinburgh University. Matric. Easter, 1871; LL.B. 
1874. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Apr. 25, 1872. Called 
to the Bar, Jan. 26, 1875. Of Eaglesham, Polnoon, and 
Fingalton, Co. Renfrew. J. P. Died Oct. 23, 1917 at Dunoon. 
Father of the next; brother of James (1S72) and John A. 
(1873). (Law Lists; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Foster, 
Men at the Bar; Glenalmond Reg.; Burke, L.G., 1925-) 

GILMOUR, ARTHUR DERRICK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Nov. 20, 1900. S. of Allan (above), of Eaglesham House, 
Renfrewshire. B. [Oct. 3, 1881], at Sonachan House, Argyll- 
shire. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1900. Lieut., 4th 
(Militia) Batt., Highland L.I. Died 1903. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; 
Army List; Burke, L.G., 1925.) 



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GILMOUR, HARRY. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1898. [3rd] s. of 
Sir John [ist] Bart., of Montravc, Leven, Fife. [B. Sept. 15, 
1878.] School, Glenalmond. Matric. Michs. 1898. 2nd Lieut., 
3rd Gordon Highlanders, 1899; i6th Lancers, 1900; Lieut., 
1910; Capt., Reserve of Officers, 1910. In S. African War, 
1899; wounded. In the Great War, 1914-19, Lieut., i6th 
Lancers. Died Dec. 24, 1925, at Denbrae, Cupar, Fife. 
Brotherof John (1895). {Glenalmond Reg. -.Burke, P and B.; 
Army Lists; Univ. War List.) 

GILMOUR, J[AMES]. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Oct. 24, 
1872. Doubtless James, s. of Allan, Esq., of EaKlesham, 
Renfrewshire. B. Feb. 23, 1853. School, Glenalmond 
(1867-9). Died Dec. 1881, "on vovage from Southampton 
to San Francisco. Brother of Allan (1871) and John .^. 
(1873). {Glenalmond Reg.) 

GILMOUR, JAMES PATRICK EDEN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 10, 1881. S. of James, of Tulwood Park, Liverpool. 
B. [Sept. I, 1862], at Londonderry. School, Rugby. Matric. 
Michs. 1881. Gazetted to the 37th Regt., 1885; tnmsferred 
to the 2nd Batt., King's Royal Rifles (6oth), 1885; with the 
3rd Batt., at Malta, i8go; Capt., 1893; retired, 1901. Died 
July 5, 1932, in London. {Rugby Sch. Reg.; Army Lists; 
The Times, July 7, 1932.) 

GILMOUR, JOHN. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1895. S. of John 
[ist Baronet], of Montrave, Leven, Fife [and Henrietta, dau. 
of David Gilmour, of Quebec, Canada]. B. May 27, 1876. 
School, Trinity College, Glenalmond, and at Edinburgh 
University. Matric. Michs. 1895. Went to the S. African War 
with the 6th Batt., Imperial Yeomanry; Major; mentioned 
twice in despatches. Lieut. -Col., Fife and Forfar Yeomanry. 
Director of Caledonian Railway Co., 191 3. Served in the 
Great War (in Gallipoli, and afterwards in Egypt and 
Palestine; wounded; D.S.O. and bar). Succeeded to the 
Baronetcy, 1920. M.P. for East Renfrewshire, 1910-18; for 
Pollock Division of Glasgow, 1918-40. Secretary of State 
for Scotland, 1926. Minister of Agriculture, 1931-2. Home 
Secretary, 1932-5. Minister of Shipping, 1939-40. Lord 
High Commissioner to General Assembly of Church of Scot- 
land, 1939. G.C.V.O. Hon. LL.D., Glasgow, 1925; Edin- 
burgh, 1927; St Andrews, 1929. Rector of Edinburgh 
LTniversity, 1926-30. Brigadier of the Royal Company of 
Archers (King's Bodyguard for Scotland). Of Montrave, 
Leven, Fife, and 6, Cadogan Square, London. Died suddenly, 
Mar. 30, 1940, in London. Brother of Harry (1898). {Glen- 
almond Reg.; Army Lists; Who's Wlio, 1940; The Times, 
Apr. I, 1940.) 

GILMOUR, JOHN ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Pembroke, Feb. 3, 1873. S. of AUan, Esq., of Glasgow. 

B. Aug. 2, 1856, at Hazleden, Renfrewshire. [School, 
Edinburgh Academy.] Matric. Lent, 1873. Died Jan. 10, 
1884. Brother of .Allan (1871) and James (1872). {Edin- 
burgh .'Uademy Reg.) 

GILPIN, BERNARD. Adm. sizar at Christ's, July 3, 1790. 
S. of William. B. [Oct. 20, 1772], at Whitehaven, Cumber- 
land. School, Cheam, Surrey (Mr Gilpin). Matric. Michs. 
1790; Scholar, 1790; B.A. 1794; M.A. 1797. Fellow, 1806-33. 
Senior Greek Lecturer and Mildmay Preacher, 1812-14. 
Ord. deacon (Ely) May 31, 1795; priest, Sept. 23, 1798; 

C. of Boxworth, Cambs., 1795-1800. R. of Wold-Newton, 
Lines., 1807-32. R. of Buniham Westgate, Norfolk, 1832-48. 
Author (with W. H. Valpy), Anthologia Sacra or select 
Theological extracts, and some poems. Died Dec. 26, 1848, 
at Aldburgh, near Darlington. Brother of John (1795). 
(G. Mag., 1864, I. 127; Peile, 11. 329, which, confusing him 
with the next, states he was R. of St Andrew's, Hertford; 
Foster, Index Eccles.; Clergy List.) 

GILPIN, BERNARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 4, 1821. 
Of Surrey. [4th s. of William (1782), R. of Pulverbatch, 
Salop, and formerly Head of Cheam School. B. Jan. 26, 
1803, at Cheam, Surrey.] Matric. Michs. 1821. Migrated to 
Queens', Oct. 22, 1822; B.A. 1825; M.A. 1828. R. of St 
Andrew's, Hertford, 1829-35, when he resigned and seceded 
from the Church of England. Preached for 33 years in a 
chapel at Port Vale, Bengeo, Herts., built for him by his 
followers. Married (i) Henrietta Jeffreys; (2) Charlotte 
Guise. Died Jan. 10, 1871, at Pulverbatch. Brother of 
William (1808) and Richard (i(S27). (Benson, Memorials of 
B. Gilpin, with portrait; Boase, 1. 1151; Gilpin Pedigree; 
Cumberland and Westmorland .4ntiqtiarian Society.) 

GILPIN, EDWIN. Adm. sizar (age i8) at Trinity, Oct. 17, 1836. 
S. of John. B. at Leeds. School, Leeds (Mr Holmes). Matric. 
Michs. 1837; B.A. 1842; M.A. 1853. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) 
Apr. 14, 1844; priest, 1845. S.P.G. Missionary at Annapolis, 
Nova Scotia; I. of Rawdon, N.S., 1847-8. Master of Halifax 
Academy, 1848. [Crockford (1874-87), which gives 'ord. 
deacon (N.S.) 1847; priest, 1848,' refers to him as R. of 
Sackville, N.S., 1840-87 {sic, prior to ordination).] B..\. 1847; 
M.A. 1850; B.D. 1853; D.D. 1863, at King's College, Windsor, 
N.S. Chancellor, 1864, and Archdeacon, 1874, of Nova 



GiLSON, Julius Parnell 

Scotia. Living at Halifax, N.S., 1888-1906. Dean of Nova 
Scotia, 1889-1906. Disappears from Crockford, 1907. Dis- 
tinguish from Alfred, Missionary in Nova Scotia, -1841-66-. 
{Clergy List; Crockford, both of which occasionally call him 
'Edward.') 
GILPIN, HENRY. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Christ's, Oct. 19, 1825. 

Did not reside. 
GILPIN, JEREMIAH. Adm. pens, (age 19) at St John's, May 19, 
1770. S. of Robert, deceased [of Broughton Tower, Lanes.]. 
B. Dec. 25, 1751, at Broughton-in-Furness. Matric. Michs. 
1770; B.A. 1774; M.A. 1777- Ord. deacon (Ely) Feb. 27, 
1774; priest (Chichester) Aug. 21, 1776- V. of Bolton-le- 
Moors, Lanes., 1789-93. Married, Nov. 17, 1777, Jane, dau. 
of Thomas Mirfield Law, and had issue. Died Nov. 14, i793- 
Buried at Bolton. {St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 269; Gilpin 
Pedigree; Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian Society; 
G. Mag., 1793, II. 1060.) 

GILPIN, JOHN.. Adm. sizar (age 24) at Magdalene, June 10, 
1795. A 'Ten -year man.' [S. of William, of Whitehaven, 
Cumberland. B. there Nov. 19, 1770.] Matric. Easter, 1807; 
B.D. {Stat. EHz.) 1807. V. of Stockton, Durham, i8io-i5- 
Of Sedburrv Hall, near Richmond, Yorks., 1S41-4. Married 
lemima, dau. of George Brown, of Stockton-on-Tees. Died 
Feb. 17, 1844, aged 73. Brotherof Bernard (i79o)- (G- Mag., 
1S44, I. 659; F.M.G., 1102; Foster, Index Eccles.; Clergy 
List.) 

GILPIN, PERCY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Dec. 15, 1823. S. of 
William Sawrey. Tancred Student, 1823; forfeited through 
non-residence. Matric. Lent, 1824; B.A. 1828; M.A. 1832. 
Living at East Sheen in 1829. Ord. deacon, 1830; priest, 
1831. Chaplain to the Union workhouse, Sevenoaks, Kent, 
1S37. V. of Long Houghton, Northumberland, 1839-42. 
R. of Elsdon, 1842-54. V. of Yarcombe, Devon, 1854-65-. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1865. {Peile, 11. 414; Cant. Act 
Bk.) 

GILPIN, RICHARD. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Clare, June 2, i77o. 
[S. and h. of Thomas, of Hockliffe [Grange], Beds.] B. m 
London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1770. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 6, 1768. Of Hockliffe, Beds., D.L. Lieut. - 
Col. of the Beds. Regt. of Militia for upwards of 40 years. 
Married (i) Mary, widow of Capt. Spencer, of Jamaica; 
(2) Sarah, dau. of' William Wilkinson, Esq., of Westmorland, 
Apr. 1797. Died Jan. 3, 1841. Father of Richard T. (1818). 
{Eton Coll. Reg. gives' under this name (1768-9) 'perhaps 
Richard, only s. of Thomas, junior, of Serle Street, Lincoln's 
Inn'; Burke, L.G., 1864; Beds. N. andQ., iii, 334-) 

GILPIN, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Queens', July 5, 1827. Of 
Salop. [Doubtless s. of WilUam (1782), R- of Pulverbatch.] 
B. Feb. 5, 1807. Matric. Michs. 1827. Brother of Bernard 
(1821) and William (1S08). {F.M.G., m. 1103.) 

GILPIN, RICHARD THOMAS. .\dm. pens, at Christ's, July 10, 

1818. [Only] s. of Lieut. -Col. Richard (1770), of Hockliffe 
Grange, Beds. B. there 1801. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 

1819. Lieut. -Col., Rifle Brigade. J. P. for Beds, and Bucks. 
D.L. M.P. for Beds., 1851-80. Col., Beds. MiUtia, 1848. 
Succeeded his father at Hockliffe Grange, 1841. Created 
Baronet, Feb. 19, 1876. Married, 1S31, Louisa, dau. of Gen. 
Gore Browne, of Weymouth. Died Apr. 8, 1882, at Hockliffe 
Grange, when the baronetcy became extinct. {Rugby Sch. 
Reg.;B\irke, P. and B.; Peile, 11. 391; Boase, i. 1152; ^"ny 
Lists.) 

GILPIN, WILLIAM. M.A. from Magdalene, 1782. S. of 
William (Queen's College, Oxford), V. of Boldre, Hants, (for 
whom see D.N.B.). Matric. from Queen's College, Oxford, 
July 13, 1773, age 16; B.A. (O.xford) 1778. Master of Cheam 
School, Surrey. R. of Norton-under-Hamdon, Somerset, 
1804-7; R. of Pulverbatch, Salop, 1807-48. Died Feb. 21, 
1848, aged 91. Father of WiUiam (next), Richard (1827) 
and Bernard (1821). (G. Mag., 1848, i. 556; Al. Oxon., which 
gives 'died Feb. 29'; Foster, Index Eccles.; Clergy List.) 

GILPIN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 26, 1808. 
[S. of William (above), R. of Pulverbatch, Salop. [B. Aug. 28, 
1789, at Cheam, Surrey.] Matric. Michs. 1808. Died Feb. 24, 
1811, in College. M.l., St Clement's Church, Cambridge. 
Brother of Bernard (1821) and Richard (1827). (G. Mag., 
1811, I. 674; W. Jackson, Cumberland and Westmorland 
Antiquarian and Archaeological Society.) 

GILSON, JULIUS PARNELL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 8, 
1886. [Younger] s. of Henry Robert, of 3, Park Place, 
Worksop, Notts. B. [June 23, 1868], at Worksop. School, 
Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1886; Scholar, 1887; B.A. 
(Class. Trip., ist Class., Pts I and II) 18S9; M.A. 1893. 
Studied at Bonn, Hanover, etc., for a time. Assistant Master 
at Sherborne School for a short period. .Assistant in the MSS. 
Department, British Museum, 1894. Assistant Keeper, 1909, 
and Keeper of MSS., and Egerton Librarian, 1911-29. 
Edited the Mozarabic Psalter (Henry Bradshaw Society) 
1905 ; joint editor of the Catalogue of Royal and King's MSS . 



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and of the New Palaeographical Society's publications; 
edited the Burke- Windham Correspondence for the Roxburgh 
Club and prepared the invaluable 'Students' Guide to the 
MSS. of the British Museum.' A skilled Alpine chmber. 
Resided latterly at Weybridge, where he died Jan. i6, 1939. 
Brother of the next. '{Haileybury Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; 
Who was Who; The Times, Jan. 17, 1939.) 

GILSON, ROBERT CARY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 8, 
1882. S. and h. of Henry Robert, of Park Place, Worksop, 
Notts. B. [.\pr. 2], 1863, at Boston, Lines. School, Hailey- 
bury. Matric. Michs. 1882; Scholar, 1884; B.A. (Class. Trip., 
1st Class, Pt I, 1884; Pt. II, 1886) 1886; M.A. 1890. Fellow, 
1889. Assistant Master at Haileybury School, 1SS7-90; at 
Harrow, 1890-1900. Head Master of the Schools of King 
Edward VI, Birmingham, 1900-29. President of the Incorp. 
Association of Headmasters, 1908; Chairman of the Head- 
masters' Conference, 1909-10, 1922-3 and 1928-9. Lived 
latterly at Pulborough, Sussex, where he died Feb. 18, 1939. 
Brother of the above. (Haileybury Sch. Reg.; Who was Who; 
Scott, MSS.] Schoolmasters' Directories; The Times, Feb. 20, 
I939-) 

GILSON, WILLIAM GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Peter- 
house, May 20, 1825, as 'Thomas.' Of Essex. Matric. 
Michs. 1826. {T. A. Walker, 423; perhaps there was also a 
Thomas, who did not come into residence.) 

GILSON, YONGE or YOUNGE. Adm. sizar at Queens', Nov. i8, 
1776; pens. 1777. Of Nottinghamshire. Matric. Easter, 
1778. Adm. sizar at St John's, Feb. 5, 1795; 'of Vorks.'; 
B..A. 1796. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 269.) 

GIMINGHAM, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, 
Mar. 16, 1790. S. of William, wool-stapler, of Norwich. 
B. there. School, N. Walsham (Mr Hepworth). Scholar, 
1790-5; matric. Michs. 1791; B.A. (11th Wrangler) 1795; 
M.A. 1798. Fellow, 1796-1820. Dean, 1800. Bursar, 1808-10. 
Proctor, 1806. Chaplain to the Duke of Gloucester, 1799. 
Ord. priest (Ely) Dec. 21, 1800. Master of the Perse School, 
Cambridge, 1802-4. R- of St Dionis Backchurch, London, 
1803-4. Preb. of Wells, 1817-38. R. of Bratton-Fleming, 
Devon, 1818-38. Forsomeaccount of his eccentric behaviour 
see Caian, No. vn., ii. Died Mar. 2, 1838. (G. Mag., 1838, 
I. 441; Venn, 11. 119; Cant. Act Bk.; Foster, Index Eccles.) 

GIMLETTE, THOMAS. .Adm. (age 31) at Caius, Sept. 30, 1851. 
A 'Ten-year man.' B. at Youghal, Co. Cork. Matric. Michs. 
i860; B.D. (Stat. Eliz.) 1862. C. of St Olave's, Waterford, 
i860. Appears in Clergy List, 1863-6, without benefice, and 
in Crockford, 1865, as 'Incumbent, dio. Waterford, sus- 
pended.' R. of Templeree, Cashel, in 186S. R. of Killotteran, 
Waterford, in 1870. Latterly R. of Dunmore East, Water- 
ford, and Sub-Dean of Waterford Cathedral. Died Feb. 13, 
1882, at Dunmore East. (Scott, MSS., which gives 'died 
Feb. 3'; Venn, 11. 306; The Guardian, Feb. 22, 1882.) 

GIMSON, KARL CARWARDINE. Matric. Non-CoU. from 
Cavendish H., Michs. 18S3. [A Henry Carwardine, 's. of 
William,' was at Tonbridge School in 1886, perhaps a 
brother.] B.A. 18S6; M.B. and B.C. 1891. At St Bartholo- 
mew's Hospital. Medical Officer, Maldon and Braintree 
Unions, Essex. Of Witham, Essex (K.C. and E. C. Gimson), 
in 1920. (Medical Directories.) 

GIMSON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 17, 1878. 
S. of Thomas, broker [and Mary]. B. [June 27, 1859], at 
Cambridge. Schools, Perse and Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 
1878; Scholar, 1880. Died Oct. 2, 1880, at Fenton. (Sedbergh 
Sch. Reg.) 

CINDERS, ROBERT COTTERELL. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 20, 1S58. Of Stafford. S. of Samuel, land-agent [and 
Margaret Lythell]. B. at Ingestre. Bapt. Apr. 27, 1839. 
Matric. Michs. 185S; B.A. 1862. 

GINKEL, The Hon. WILLIAM GUST AVE FREDERICK REEDE. 
Adm. pens, (age 22) at Trinity, Jan. 25, 1802. [5th and 
youngest] s. of Frederick Christian [5th] Earl of Atlilone, of 
Utrecht. [B. July 21, 1780, at Utrecht.] Matric. Michs. 1802; 
M.A. 1804. Married, Sept. 7, 1814, at Amsterdam, Wendela 
Eleanora, dau. of Sir James Boreel, 8th Bart., of the Hague. 
Succeeded as 9th Earl of Athlone, etc., in 1843. Died at 
the Hague s.p. May 21, 1844, when his peerage titles, and 
all his foreign honours became extinct. (G.E.C.) 

GINN, DENNIS BARTON. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1898. S. of 
S. R. [Samuel Reuben], Esq., of Brookfield, Cambridge. 
School, Leys, Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 1898; B..\. 1902; 
M.A. 1906. Adm. Solicitor, Dec. 1904. Practised in Cam- 
bridge (Ginn and Co.). Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Capt., Suffolk Yeo. and Suffolk Regt.). Of Newton Manor, 
Cambridge. Died Dec. 6, 1938, aged 59. (Lazv Lists; Univ. 
War List; The Times, Dec. 8, 1938.) 

GINN, EDGAR THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 18, 
1879. S. of Richard, Esq., of Castle Street, Hereford. [B. 
Jan. 29, i860. School, Christ's Hospital.] Matric. Michs. 
1879; Scholar, 1880; B.A. (15/;; Wrangler, 1882) 1883. 



Gipps, Henry Falcon 

Assistant Master at Kingston Grammar School, 1883-4; at a 
preparatory school, Westgate-on-Sea, 1884. Died Oct. 4, 
1890, at Oswestry. (Christ's Hospital Reg.) 

GINSBURG, BENEDICT WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St Catha- 
rine's, Oct. 4, 1877. Only s. of [Christian] David [LL.D., 
Biblical scholar and writer]. B. [Oct. 11, 1859], at Liverpool. 
Schools, King Wilham's College and Charterhouse. Matnc. 
Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881; M.A. and LL.M. 1886; LL.D. 1894. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 16, 1880. Called to the Bar, 
Ian. 26, 1883. On the Northern Circuit. Junior Counsel, 
Board of Trade,* 1894. Secretary of the Royal Statistical 
Society and editor of its Journal, 1898-1904; editor of The 
Navv, 1908-10. During the Great War served in the War 
Trade Intelligence Depf. Author, Hints on the Legal Duties 
of Shipmasters, etc. Died Sept. 11, 1933. at Shillong, India. 
(Charterhouse Sch. Reg.; King William's Coll. Reg.; Law 
Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar; Who was Who; The Times, 
Sept. 18, 1933.) 

GINWALA, PADAMJI PESTONJI. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1894. [2nd] s. of Pestonji Nusserwanji, of 45, Cavusji Patel 
Street, Fort Bombay. [B. Nov. 1875, at Ankleshwar. 
Educated at Government High School, Ahmedabad.] Matric. 
Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 
1899. Advocate, High Court of Bombay, 1899. Acting 
Professor of History and Economics, Elphinstone College, 
Bombay, 1900. Advocate, Chief Court of Lower Burma, 
1905. Editor, Burma Law Times, 1907-10. Assistant 
Secretary, Legislative Dept. Burma, and Secretary to the 
Burma Legislative Council, 1916. Deputy Legal Remem- 
brancer, 1919. Member, Legislative .\ssembly, India, 1921-3. 
President, Rangoon Municipal Corporation, 1922 and 1923. 
Member, Indian Tariflf Board, 1923-30; President, 1926. 
Delegate to Imperial Conference, 1930. Member, Indian 
Round Table Conference, 1931; Ottawa Conference, 1932! 
World Monetary and Economic Conference, 1933. Knighted, 
June, 1927. (Who's Who, 1943; LC.S. Lists.) 

GIPPS, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 16, 1801. 
[S. and h. of George, M.P., of Harbledown, near Canterbury, 
by his 2nd wife Sarah, dau. of William Stanton, a Spanish 
merchant.] School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1801; B.A. 
(6th Wrangler) 1805; M.A. 1808. Adm. to Lincoln's Inn, 
Jan. 25, 1805. M.P. for Ripon, 1807-12, 1818 and 1820-6. 
Of Howlett's, Kent. Married, May 3. 18 10, Jane, dau. of 
John Bowdler, Esq., of Hayes, Kent. 'The date of his death 
has not been traced.' Step-brother of Henrv (1802); father 
of Thomas (1833) and Walter (1840). (St John's Coll. Adm., 

IV. 270; not in List of Carthusians.) 

GIPPS, GEORGE BOWDLER. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pem- 
broke, Mar. 26, 1872. [S. and h. of George, Esq., of How- 
lett's, near Canterburv. B. 1853. School, Lancing.] Matric. 
Easter, 1872; B.A. 1876. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 11, 
1875. For some time resided at Howlett's, but latterly of 
95, Springfield Road, London, N.W. Died Nov. 12, 1929. 
(Lancing Reg.; Scott, MSS.; The Times, Nov. 13, 1929.) 

GIPPS, GEORGE RUSSELL. .\dm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 1, 
1893. S. of Walter, deceased. B. Jan. i, 1872, at Eastry, 
Sandwich, Kent. School, Bedford Grammar. Matric. Michs. 
1893; B.A. 1897. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 1898; priest, 
1900; C. of St Thomas's, Halliwell, Lanes., 1898-1902. C.F. 
in S. Africa, 1902-4. V. of Knowbury, Salop, 1907-14. 

V. of St Anne's, Hoxton, Middlesex, 1914-19. Died May 29, 
1919. (Crockford; The limes. May 31, 1919.) 

GIPPS, GEORGE WESTERN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 10, 
1850. S. of Henry (next), deceased [and Emma Maria]. B. in 
the parish of St Owen, Hereford. Bapt. Jan. 31, 1833. 
Brother of Henry P. (1830), etc. 

GIPPS, HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. 6, 1802. Of 
Kent. [S. of George, of Harbledown, near Canterbury, M.P., 
by his 3rd wife, Elizabeth, dau. of Dr Thomas Lawrence.] 
Matric. Michs. 1803; B.A. (Senior Wrangler and ist Smith's 
Prize) 1807; LL.B. 1810. Ord. deacon (Norwich) July 9, 
1815; priest (Gloucester) Sept. 21, 1815. V. of SS. Peter and 
Owen, Hereford, 1824-32. Died Dec. 18, 1832. Step-brother 
of George (1801); father of the above, Henry P. (1830) and 
John M. (1S34). (St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 270 (sub George); 
C. Hole, Archdeacon Phelps, i. 208 n.; G. Mag., 1832, 11. 654, 
where he is erroneously identified with a namesake of 
Worcester College, Oxford.) 

GIPPS, HENRY FALCON. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 9, 
1879. S. and h. of Walter (1840), gent. B. Nov. 5, 1859, 
at Dover. School, Tonbridge. Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 
1883; ^\..\. 1886. Ord. deacon (by Bishop Hellmuth, for 
Ripon) 1883; priest (Ripon) 18S4; C. of Thornhill Lees, 
Yorks., 1883-5. C. of Barnes, Surrey, 1885-g. C. of St Mary 
Magdalene, Chiswick, Middlesex, 18S9-94. C. of All Saints', 
Paddington, 1894. C. of St George's, Beckenham, Kent, 
1895-6. V. of Hundon, Suffolk, 1896-1914. Died Jan. 13, 
1914. (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 270; 
Crockford.) 



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Gipps, Henry Plumptre 

GIPPS, HENRY plumptre. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 12, 
1830. S. of the Rev. Henry (1802). B. at Norton, near 
Faversham, Kent. Matric. Michs. 1831; Scholar, 1832; B.A. 
{22nd Wrangler) 1835; M.A. 1838. Called to the Bar, Lin- 
coln's Inn, Nov. 22, 1838. Equity Draftsman and Convey- 
ancer. Recorder of Hythe. Elected M.P. for Canterbury, 
1852, but unseated on' petition. Died July 2, 1859, at Spa. 
Brother of George W. (1850), etc. (Lain Lists; G. Mag., 1859 , 
II- 199.) 

GIPPS, JOHN METHUEN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 20, 
1834. S. of Henry, clerk (1802), deceased. B. at Ipswich. 
Matric. Michs. 1834; B.A. 1839. Brother of the above, etc. 

GIPPS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 8, 1833. S. of 
George (1801), Esq., of Kent. [B. 1814.] School, Charter- 
house. Matric. Michs. 1833. One of these names, not an 
Oxonian, but 'B.A.', appears in Clergy List, 1841-3, as of 
Shirley, near Derby; disappears, 1844. (St John's Colt. Adm., 
IV. 270; List of Carthusians.) 

GIPPS, WALTER. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 5, 1840. 
[Youngest] s. of George (1801), of Howlett's, near Canter- 
bury. B. there [1820]. Bapt. Sept. 13, 1820. Schools 
[Tonbridge and] Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1841 ; B.A. 1847. 
Married, Oct. 5, 1858, Mary Adelaide, dau. of Capt. WiUiam 
Castle, of the Cavalry Depot, Maidstone. Died 1885. Brother 
of Thomas (above); father of Henry F. (1879). (St John's 
Coll. Adm., IV. 270; Tonbridge Sch. Reg.) 

GIRARDOT, WILLIAM [LEWIS]. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Dec. 28, 1827. Of Derbyshire. [4th s. of John Charles, Esq., 
of Plymouth, and of AUestree Hall, Derbyshire. School, 
Rugby.] Matric. Michs. 1828; Scholar, 1829; B.A. 1832; 
M..-\. 1835. Ord. deacon (London) June 14, 1835; priest 
(Gloucester, Litt. dim. from London) June 5, 1836; C. of 
Godshill, Isle of Wight, -1844-7. V. of Norton St Philip, 
Somerset, 1848-69. V. (and patron) of Hinton Charterhouse, 
1848-76. Disappears from Crockford, 1877. (Rugby Sch. 
Reg.; Clergv List.) 

GIRAUD, EDWARD AUGUSTUS. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. 7, 1817. S. of Richard Herve, of Canterbury. Matric. 
Michs. 1817; Scholar, 1821; B.A. (26th Wrangler) 1822; 
M.A. 1825. Ord. deacon (Bristol, Litt. dim. from Ely) 
Dec. 10, :822; priest (Ely) Nov. 7, 1824; C. of Witchford, 
Cambs., 1822. C. of Hardwick, 1824. C. of Wentworth, 1829. 
Organist-FeUow of Dulwich College, 1834-57. R. of Stanning- 
field, Suffolk, 1856-73. Died at Bournemouth, Feb. 16, 
1873. (The Times, Feb. 18, 1873.) 

GIRDLER, JOSEPH. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) at Pembroke, 
Jan. 12, 1754. [Only s. of Thomas, D.D. B. in London. 
School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1755; B.A. 1759; M.A. 1762. 
Died May 10, 1809, aged 71, 'at his rooms in Pembroke Hall.' 
Buried in the ante-chapel. (Eton Coll. Reg., 'perhaps Joseph, 
s. of Thomas.') 

GIRDLESTONE, CHARLES STUART. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Caius, Apr. 20, 1S16. [Only] s. of Thomas (for whom see 
D.N.B.), medical practitioner, of Yarmouth. B. there. 
Schools, Yarmouth (Mr Nichols), and Bury (Dr Malkin). 
Matric. Michs. 1816; Scholar, 1816-23; B.A. 1822. An ardent 
ornithologist and fisherman; made various scientific col- 
lections. Died unmarried 1831, aged 33. (Venn, 11. 167; 
Palmer, Perlustration of Yarmouth, i. i8i; D.N.B., sub his 
father.) 

GIRDLESTONE, FRANCIS GURNEY. Adm. pens, at Jesus, 
Mav 17. 1852. Of Wiltshire. S. of Henrv (1804), clerk. 
[B. 1833.] School, Rossall [left, 1846]. Matric. Michs. 1852; 
B.A. 1856. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1857; priest, 1858; C. of 
Overstrand, Norfolk, 1857-8. C. of Landford, Wilts., 1858- 
71; R. there, 1871-84. Died Nov. 28, 1884. (Rossall Sch. 
Reg.; Crockford; 'The Guardian, Dec. 3, 1884.) 

GIRDLESTONE, FRANCIS PADDON. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Apr. 29, 1852. S. of William Ewin (1803), clerk, deceased. 

B. [Nov. 14, 1833], at Kelling, Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1852; 
B.A. 1857; M.A. 1864. Ord. deacon (Durham) 1861; priest 
(Winchester) 1863; C. of Heatherycleugh, Durham, 1861. 

C. of Normanton, Yorks., 1863. C. of Freemantle, Hants. 
Domestic Chaplain to Viscount Hill at Hawkestone Park, 
Salop, 1866-70. R. of Berrington and Sutton, Salop, 1871-4. 
P.C. of St Mary's, Bungay, Suffolk, 1874. Married Louisa 
Anne Charlotte — . Author, Sermons and tracts. Died 
Sept. 12, 1874, at Lowestoft. (Peile, 11. 522; Scott, MSS.; 
The Times, Sept. 19, 1S74.) 

GIRDLESTONE, FREDERICK STANLEY PEARS LYNN. Matric. 
Non-CoU. Michs. 1900. [B. Dec. 25, 1881. School, Grantham.] 
B.A. 1904; M.A. 1908. Ord. deacon (Ely, Litt. dim. for 
Ripon) 1905; priest (Ripon) 1906; C. of St James's, Clapham, 
Yorks., 1905-7. Domestic Chaplain to the Bishop of Ripon, 
1907. Acting C.F. Dubhn, 1907-8; C.F. at Dover, 1908-9; 
at Gibraltar, 1909. R. of Moreton-Saye, Salop, 1909-27. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-ig (Chaplain; D.S.O., 1917). 
P.C. of Old Church, Smethwick, Staffs., 1927-40. V. of 
S. Milton, Devon, 1940-3. R. of St Mark's, Torwood, 1943-7-. 
Univ. War List; Crockford; Who's Who, 1942; D.S.O. Bk.) 



GIRDLESTONE, WiLLIAM EWIN 

GIRDLESTONE, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 3, 1804. 
S. of Henry John, of Wells, Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1805. 
Migrated to St Catharine's, Apr. 7, 1807; B.A. 1809. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) 1808; priest, June 21, 1812. R. of Colton 
St Andrew, Norfolk, 1815-71. R. of Landford, Wilts., 
1833-71. Author, Sermons and tracts; The Hope of Israel, 
1842, etc. Disappears from Crockford, 1872. Father of 
Francis G. (1852). (Crockford; Scott, .MSS.; Foster, Index 
Eccles.) 

GIRDLESTONE, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 9, 
1853. Of Staffordshire. [S. of Charies, of Wadham College, 
Oxford], R. of Kingswinford, Staffs. B. Oct. 13, i833- 
Schools, Marlborough (1843-51) and Rossall (1851-3). 
Matric. Michs. 1853; B..^. 1857. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 
1856; priest, 1857; C. of Kingswinford, Staffs., 1856-9. 
C. of Penkridge, 1859-65. C. of Westbury-on-Tryni, Gloucs., 
1865-6. V. of Bathampton, Somerset, 1866-96. R. of 
Langton-Herring, Dorset, 1898-1903. Lived latterly at 
Bournemouth, where he died Mar. 20, 1904. (Marlborough 
Coll. Reg.; Rossall Sch. Reg.; Crockford.) 

GIRDLESTONE, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, Jan. 22, 
1762. Matric. Michs. 1762; B.A. 1766; M.A. i772- Ord. 
deacon (Ely) Sept. 20, 1767; priest, Oct. 4, i772- One of 
these names, P.C. of Eye, Suffolk, 1800-10. P.C. of Thorney, 
Cambs., 1817-21; died there in 1821, aged 76. (Northants. 
Clergy.) 

GIRDLESTONE, JOHN [LANG]. Adm. (age 17) at Caius, i779- 
S. of Zurishaddai (1738), R. of Baconsthorpe, Norfolk. B. 
there [1763]. Schools, Baconsthorpe (Mr Hewitt) and 
Scarning (Mr Potter). Scholar, 1780-6; matric. Lent, 1782; 
B.A. 1785; M.A. 1789. Fellow, 1786-9. Ord. deacon (Nor- 
wich) May 21, 1785; priest, June 3, 1787; R- of Bodham, 
Norfolk, 1788. R. of Swainsthorpe, 1788-1825. Master of 
Beccles School (Fauconberge), 1794-1813. V. of Sheringham, 
1813-25. Author, The Odes of Pindar translated; Sketch of 
the Foundation of the Christian Church; The Amusements of 
a Recluse (anon.). A man of very eccentric habits. Died 
Jan. 23, 1825. Buried at Sheringham. Brother of Zurishaddai 
(1768), Theophilus (1777) and William (1776). (D.N.B.; 
Venn, 11. 103; Foster, Index Eccles.) 

GIRDLESTONE, OWEN SULMAN. Adm. sizar at Queens', 
June 9, 1848. 

GIRDLESTONE, STEED EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, Feb. 25, 1831. S. of Steed. B. at Wisbech, Cambs. 
[Dec. 20, 1813]. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1831; B.A. 
(igth Wrangler) 1835; M.A. 1839. Mathematical tutor at 
Eton. Died"' some years since' (1864). (Eton Sch. Lists.) 

GIRDLESTONE, THEOPHILUS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, 
Oct. 30, 1777. S. of Zurishaddai (1738), R. of Baconsthorpe, 
Norfolk. B. there. School, Scarning (Mr Potter). Scholar, 
1778-85; matric. Lent, 1780; B..\. 1782; M.A. 1785. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) Feb. 24, 1782; priest, Dec. 21, 1783; C. of 
Wrentham, Norfolk, 1782. R. of Swainsthorpe, 1784-8. 
R. of Bodham and Baconsthorpe, 1788-1S32. Married Mary, 
dau. of — Gay, of Rainthorpe Hall. Died 1832. Brother 
of Zurishaddai (1768), John L. (1779) and William (1776); 
father of WiUiam H. (1840). (Venn, 11. 100.) 

GIRDLESTONE, THEOPHILUS WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Mav 31, 1877. S. of William Harding (1840), of 
Sunniiigdale,' Berks. B. [Oct. 10], 1858, at Cambridge. 
Educated by his father. Matric. Michs. 1877; B..\. 1881; 
M.A. 1884. Carried on his father's school at Sunningdale, 
Berks. F.L.S., 1889. His hobby was growing and showing 
single dahlias; Secretary, Treasurer and President of 
National Dahha Society. Died June 25, 1899, at Sunning- 
dale. (Boase, v. 417; The Times, June 29, 1899.) 

GIRDLESTONE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, 
Apr. 7, 1776. S. of Zurishaddai (1738), R. of Baconsthorpe, 
Norfolk. B. there. School, Scarning (Mr Potter). Scholar, 
1776-82; matric. Lent, 1777; B.A. 1780. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) May 31, 1780; priest, Feb. 24, 1782; C. of Kelling 
with Salthouse, Norfolk, 1780-2; R. there, 1782-1821. 
Married, Elizabeth Jessup Ewin. Author, Lectures for young 
Catechumens; Observations on the Visions of Daniel. Died 
Mar., 1821, aged 63, at Bromley, Kent. Buried there Mar. 19. 
M.I. at Kelling. Brother of Zurishaddai (1768), etc.; father 
of the next. (Venn, 11. 97; G. Mag., 1821, i. 380.) 

GIRDLESTONE, WILLIAM EWIN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Caius, Jan. 21, 1803. S. of William (above), R. of KelUng 
with Salthouse, Norfolk. B. in Norwich. Matric. Michs. 1804; 
Prizeman; Tancred Student. Lieut., 2nd Life Guards, 1808; 
Capt. 181 1 ; Capt., Tipperary Regt., 1812. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) June 5, 1814; priest, Dec. 18, 1814. R. of Kelling 
with Salthouse, Norfolk, 1821-40. Died Jan. 3, 1840. Buried 
at KelUng. M.I. Father of Francis P. (1852). (Venn, 11. 140; 
Foster, Index Eccles.) 



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GiRDLESTONE, WiLLIAM HaRDING 

GIRDLESTONE, WILLIAM HARDING. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Mav 30, 1840. S. of Theophilus (i777). clerk. B. [Aug. 19, 
1821], at Baconsthorpe, Norfolk. School, Bedford (Dr 
Brereton). Matric. Michs. 1840; Tancred Student, 1840; 
Scholar, 1841; B.A. 1844; M.A. 1847; B.D. 1873; D.D. 1S75. 
Ord. deacon (Elv) 1849; priest, 1850. Had many private 
pupils when at Cambridge. V. of St Clement's, Cambridge, 
1851-5-. V. of Rvde, Isle of Wight, 1863-8. First Principal 
of Gloucester Theological College, 1868-75. V. of St Mark's, 
Gloucester, 1869-74. Hon. Canon of Gloucester, 1873. 
Married Emily Bradiield. Had a large preparatory school at 
Sunningdale, Berks. .Author, religious and mathematical. 
Died Feb. 22, 1897, at Sunningdale. Father of Theophilus \V. 
(1877). (Peile, II. 468; Crockford; Boase, v. 417; The Times, 
Feb. 25, 1897.) 

GIRDLESTONE, ZURISHADDAI. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Caius, May 10, 1768. S. of Zurishaddai (1738), R. of Bacons- 
thorpe, Norfolk. B. there. School, Norwich {Mr Symonds). 
Scholar, 1768-72; matric. Lent, 1769; LL.B. 1775- Of 
Kelhng Hall, Norfolk; lord of the manor. A devoted sports- 
man; lived a retired life, but an active magistrate. See 
Col. J. P. Hamilton's Sporting Reminiscences, 32, for a 
personal description of him. Brother of William (1776), 
Theophilus (1777) and John L. (1779). {Venn, 11. 86.) 

GIRLING, BARRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 22, 1839. 
S. of Barry, of East Dereham, Norfolk. School, North 
Walsham (Rev. Samuel Rees, M.A.). Matric. Michs. 1839; 
Scholar, 1842; B..\. 1843; M..\. 1848. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
1844; priest, 1845; C. of Briston, Norfolk, 1S44-8. C. of 
Little Brandon, 1850-1. Lived latterly at The Heath, East 
Dereham, where he died May 26, 1906, aged 85. Brother of 
Walter (1847). (Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

GIRLING, FRANCIS BLACK. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 3, 1900. [Youngest] s. of WilUam Henry, R. of Lock- 
wood, Huddersfield, Yorks. [B. there, 1881. School, 
Monkton-Combe.] Matric. Michs. 1900; B..^. 1903; M.,-V. 
1908. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1904; priest, 1905; C. of St 
Peter's, Tiverton, Devon, 1904-6. C. of St Mary's, White- 
chapel, London, 1906-12. V. of Marr, Yorks., 1912-14. 
V. of St Jude's, Hull, 1914-19. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Chaplain, 59th Div.), in France. V. of Cholsey, 
Berks., 1920-30. R. of Brightwell with Sotwell, 1930-46. 
R. of Holton, Oxon., 1946-7. (Old Monktonian Reg.; Vniv. 
War List; Crockf.yrd; Who's Who in Berks.) 

GIRLING, FF5ANCIS EDWARD MILLARD. Adm. at Clare, 
June 16, 1883. Matric. Michs. 1883; B..A.. 1S86; M..A.. 1890. 
Ord. deacon (Ely) 1S88; priest, 1890; C.of Woodstoii, Hunts., 
188S-95. R. of Knotting with Souldrop, Beds., 1895-1929. 
Died June i, 1929. (Crockford; The Times, June 3, 1929.) 

GIRLING, FRANCIS JOHN WRIGHT. .\dm. pens, at St 
Catharine's, Jan. 27, 1879. S. of John Colk (1850), clerk. 

B. at Coltishall, Norfolk. Matric. Lent, 1879; Music 
Scholar; B..\. 1882; M.A. 1891. Ord. deacon (Nonvich) 1884; 
priest, 1885; C. of Combs, Suffolk, 1884-95. V. of Shem- 
borne with Fring, Norfolk, 1 895-1903. V. of Crudwell with 
Hankerton, Wilts., 1903-9. C. of Inglesham, Gloucs., 
1909-17; V. there, 1917-47-. Brother of Phihp H. (1889). 
(Crockford.) 

GIRLING, GEORGE REEVES. .A.dm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
June 21, 1892. S. of G., Esq., of 43, Endymion Terrace, 
Fjnsbury Park, London. Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; 
M.A. 1899. 

GIRLING, JOHN ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i, 
1866. S. and h. of John Gillings, of Rochester, Esq. B. there 
July 15, 1848. [School, King's, Rochester.] Matric. Michs. 
1S66; B.A. 1870; M..Jl. 1873. Adm. Sohcitor, 1872. Of 
36, Fumival Street, Holborn, London. Resided at 227, 
Sydenham Road, London, S.E., where he died Apr. 12, 1919. 
(Roffensian Reg.; Law Lists; Scott, MSS.; The Times, 
Apr. 14, 1919.) 

GIRLING, JOHN COLK. Adm. pens, at Caius, Oct. 15, 1850. 
S. of John, farmer, of Paston, Norfolk. B. there Apr. i, 1831. 
School, N. Walsham Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1850; B.A. 
1855; M..'^. 1858. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1855; priest, 1858; 

C. of Cromer, Norfolk, 1S55-9. R. of Coltishall With Gt 
Hautbois, 1859-1907. Died May 3, r907. Father of the next 
and of Francis J. W. {1879). (Crockford; Venn, 11. 299 and 
Addenda; Clergy List; Scott, MSS.) 

GIRLING, PHILIP HENRY. Adm. (age 21) at Pembroke, 
Oct. I, 1S89. [2nd] s. of John Colk (above). B. at Hautbois 
Magna, Norfolk. [School, King's L>Tin.] Matric. Michs. 
i88g; B..-\. 1892. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1895; priest, 1896; 
C. of Litcham, Norfolk, 1895-S. C. of Sutton-in-.-\shfield, 
Notts., 1899-1901. C. of Ecclesfield, Yorks., 1901-3. V. of 
Tunstead with S. Ruston, Norfolk, 1903-7. R. of Coltishall 
with Gt Hautbois, 1907-31. Died Sept. 30, 1931. (Crockford; 
The Times, Oct. 6, 1931.) 



GisBORNE, Henry Fyshe 

GIRLING, WALTER. Adm. pens, at Caius, May 13, 1847. S. of 
Barry, Esq., of E. Dereham, Norfolk, D.L. B. there Dec. 16, 
1828. Schools, N. Walsham (Mr Rees), and Bury St Edmunds 
(Rev. J. W. Donaldson). Matric. Michs. 1847; Scholar, 
1848-51; Prizeman; B.A. 1851; M..\. 1854. Ord. deacon 
(Ely) 1854; priest, 1855; C. of Gt Bradley, Suffolk, 1854-7. 
C. of N. Cove with Willingham, 1857-; C. of Gressenhall, 
Norfolk, 1870-4. C. of E. Dereham, 1874-6. R. of Little 
Bittering, 1879-1904. Died Apr. 27, 1904, at E. Dereham. 
Brother of Barry (1839). (Bury Gr. Sch. Reg.; Venn, 11. 280; 
Crockford.) 

GIRLING, WILLIAM. .\dm. pens, at Corpus Christi, June 17, 
1788. Of Norfolk. 

GIRLING, WILLIAM. .A.dm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, Oct. 21, 
1800. S. of Christopher, Esq., of Dereham, Norfolk. B. 
Feb. 6, 17S3, at Hull, Yorks. School, Seaming. Matric. 
Michs. 1801; Scholar, 1801-8; B..4. 1805; M.A. 180S. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) Mar. 2, 1806; priest, Feb. 22, 1808; held 
no cure. Of Seaming, Norfolk. J. P., 1841-53- Married 
Susanna, dau. of the Rev. Colby Bullock, of Shipdham. 
Died Oct. 7, 1853. Father of the next. (Vetin, 11. 137; 
Clergy List.) 

GIRLING, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 23, 1843. 
[S. of William (above), of Seaming, Norfolk. B. Nov. 1825. 
School, Bury St Edmunds.] Matric. Michs. 1843; B.A. 1848; 
M.A. 185 1. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 3, 1847. Migrated 
to the Inner Temple, .^pr. 17, 1850. Called to the Bar, 1850. 
Died Nov. 1859. Buried at Scarning. (Bury Gr. Sch. Reg.; 
T. C. Dale.) 

GIRTIN, THOMAS. .A.dm. at Pembroke, Oct. r893. S. [and h.] 
of George Wyndham Hog, of Messrs Rothschild's Foreign 
Dept. B. Dec. 27, 1874, at Highbury, London. School, 
Highgate. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1903. 
Director of Johnson, Matthey and Co. Ltd., gold refiners, 
78, Hatton Gardens, London. Of 8, Inverness Gardens, 
Kensington, London, in 1942. (Highgate Sch. Reg.; C.V. 
Pari. Reg., 1942.) 

GIRTON, WILLIAM. .\Am. pens, (age 17) at Magdalene, 
June 24, 1790. S. of William, of Newark-on-Trent. School, 
Oakham. Scholar, 1791; matric. Michs. 1792. 

GISBORNE, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peterhouse, 
Nov. 6, 1826. Of Staffordshire. [4th] s. of John, Esq. (1788), 
of Darley Dale. Matric. Michs. 1827; B.A. 1831. Died 
unmarried Nov. 13, 1S31, at .•\cton, Middlesex. Brother of 
Frederic (1S15). (T. .4. Walker, 428; Glover, Derbs., xi. 359-) 

GISBORNE, CHARLES FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 23, 1884. [2nd] s. of Thomas Matthew (1843), of 
Walton, Burton-on-Trent, Staffs. B. [May 19, 1865], at 
Lvmington, Hants. School, Hailevbury. Matric. Michs. 
1884. 2nd Lieut., Ro3'al Scots (Lothian Regt.), 1888; in 
Zululand, 1888. Died Dec. 27, 1892, at Deolah, India. 
(Hailevbury Coll. Reg., which gives 's. of J. M.'; Burke, Col. 
Gentry, 11. 449, which gives 'b. 1866.') 

GISBORNE, FRANCIS. .\dm. pens, at Queens', June 26, 1814. 
Of Staffordshire. S. of Thomas (1776), clerk, of Yoxall (but 
not mentioned in Burke, L.G., D.N.B. or G. Mag. among the 
sons of Thomas). [B. Feb. 13, 1796.] Bapt. Mar. 9, 1796, at 
Barton-under-Needwood. Matric. Michs. 1814. Entered the 
H.E.I.C.S., 1817. 'Died young.' Brother of Matthew (1813), 
etc. (Glover, Derbs., xi., 217; J. Rennie.) 

GISBORNE, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Sept. 30, 
1840. Of Derbyshire. [2nd] s. of Thomas, of Corfu [and Sarah, 
dau. of J. .\. Krehmer, of St Petersburg, and grandson of 
Thomas (1776): G. .Wag., i868, 790], of Holme Hall, Bakewell, 
Derbs. B. 1822. School, King's College, London. Matric. 
Michs. 1840; B..\. 1845. CaUed to the Bar, Middle Temple, 
May 12, 1848. Special Pleader; on Northern Circuit. Of 
Holme Hall, Bakewell. Died 1879. (Law Lists; Burke, Col. 
Gentry, 11. 450.) 

GISBORNE, FREDERIC. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 9, 1815. 
[2nd] s. of John (1788), Esq., of HoUy Bush on Needwood 
Forest, Staffs. B. there. Matric. Michs. 1816. Migrated to 
Peterhouse, Oct. 23, 1817. Died Apr. g, 1818, 'on the 21st 
anniversary of his birthday,' at Derby. Buried at St Alk- 
mund's, Derby. M.I. Brother of Charles (1826). (T. A. 
Walker, 400; St John's Coll. Adm. iv. 270, sub his father; 
G. Mag., 1818, I. 645.) 

GISBORNE, HENRY FYSHE (or FYSCHE). Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, June i, 1831. [S. of Thomas (1806), Esq., of Yoxall 
Lodge, Staffs., and Elizabeth Fysche, dau. of John Palmer. 
B. Oct. I, 1813.] Schools, Harrow and Eton. Matric. Michs. 
183 1. Secretary to Sir Richard Bourke, Governor of .\ustralia. 
Commissioner of Police in .\ustraUa. Died 1841, at sea, on a 
voyage home. Brother of John B. (1837). (Burke, L.G. 
(Fysche); Harrow Sch. Reg.; Eton Sch. Lists.) 



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GisBORNE, James 

GISBORNE, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age i8) at Magdalene, 
May II, 1811. [4th] s. of Thomas (1776), clerk, of Yoxall 
Lodge, Staffs. School, Bonehill, Staffs. (Mr Blick). Matric. 
Michs. 181 1 ; Scholar, 1812; B.A. 1815; M.A. 1825. Suc- 
ceeded his father as P.C. of Barton-under-Needwood, Staffs., 
1820-39. R- of Croxall, Derbs., 1839-72. Married Charlotte 
Treveiyan. Died 1875. Brother of Matthew (181 3), etc. 
(Burke, Col. Gentry, 11.449; Foster, Index Eccles.; Crockford; 
D.A'.B.) 

GISBORNE, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, May 12, 
1788. Of Derbyshire. [2nd] s. of John, Esq., of [St Helen's, 
Derby, and] Yo.xall, Staffs. H. Aug. 26, 1770, at St Helen's, 
Derby. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1788; Scholar, 1790; 
B.A. 1792. Married, Oct. 12, 1792, Millicent, dau. of Edward 
Sacheverell Chandos Pole, Esq., of Radbourne, Derbs. Lived 
for some time at Wootton Hall, Derbs., and then at Black- 
pool; at Darley Dale, Derbs., c. 1818-35 and at Shirland, 
Wyaston Grove, Willington and Pentrich. Noted for his 
piety; known as the 'Man of Prayer.' An ardent lover of 
nature; complimented by Wordsworth upon his descriptions 
of scenery. .Author, The I'ales of Wever; Reflections and 
other poems. His Diary was published with a Memoir by his 
daughter, Mrs Emma Nixon. Died June 17, 1S51, at Pen- 
trich. Brother of Thomas (1776); father of Frederic (1815) 
and Charles (1826). (Harron' Sch. Reg.; St John's Coll. Adm., 
IV. 270; Boase, i. 1154; Burke, L.G.; D.X.B.; S. Glover, 
Hist, of Derbyshire, 11. 216-17, where thera is a pedigree; 
G. Mag., 1792, II. 960; Burke, Col. Gentry, 11. 449.) 

GISBORNE, JOHN BOWDLER. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Mar. 31, 1S37. [3rd s. of Thomas (1806), Esq., of Yoxall 
Lodge, Staffs., and Elizabeth Fysche Palmer. B. July 8, 
1817. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1837; Scholar, 1840; B.A. 
1841. In the 60th Rifles. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) Dec. 19, 
1841 (John Bowdler, B.A., Trinity); C. of Charlton Kings, 
Gloucs., 1S41. P.C. of Edale, Derbs., 1845-51. R. of Yoxall, 
Staffs., 1849-51. Married Susan, widow of Commander 
Waugh, R.N., and dau. of E. Hornsby. A close friend of 
C. W. Goodwin (1834), the Egyptologist. Died s.p. Dec. 9, 
1851, aged 33, at Torquay. Brother of Henry F. (1831). 
(Eton Sch. Lists; Clergy List; Burke, L.G.; G. Mag., 1852, 
1. 207; Burke, Col. Gentry, 11. 9, 449, gives death wrongly as 
1859; Dawson, Life of Goodicin, 21.) 

GISBORNE, LIONEL GUY. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pembroke, 
Oct. I, 1885. S. and h. of Guy (? William), of New Zealand. 
B. [Jan. 9, 1866], at Wellington, New Zealand. Matric. 
Michs. 1885. Passed into Sandhurst, but owing to an acci- 
dent, unable to join the Army. Served in S. .Africa with the 
Derbs. Yeomanry, 1901. J. P. for Derbs. Served in the Great 
War (commanded 4th N.M. Howitzer Brigade in France, 
1915-16; Hon. Lieut. -Col., 1918; C.M.G., 1916; mentioned 
twice in despatches). Of Lingen Hall, Brampton Bryan, 
Heref., and Ros Vean, MuUion, Cornwall. Died Oct. 24, 1928, 
at Sydney, ,'\ustralia. (Who was Who; J. T. Rule; Burke, 
Col. Gentry, n. 448; The Times, Oct. 29, 1928.) 

GISBORNE, MATTHEW. Adm. pens, at Queens', May 17, 1813. 
Of Staffordshire. [5th s. of Thomas (1776), clerk, and Mary.] 
B. Dec. 9, 1794, at Yoxall, Staffs. Of Walton-on-Trent, 
Derbs., Esq. Married Anne, dau. of the Rev. David Browne, 
M.A. Died .Apr. 28, 1852, at St Leonards-on-Sea. Brother 
of James (1811) and Francis (1S14), etc.; father of Thomas 
M. (1843). (Burke,CoZ.G«!;ry, 11.449; G. A/ag., 1852, i. 636.) 

GISBORNE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 28, 1776. 
S. and h. of John, Esq., of Yo.xall, Staffs. B. there Oct. 31, 
1758. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1778; Browne Medal- 
list, 1777; ist Chancellor's Medallist, 1780; B..A. (bth 
Wrangler) 1780; M..\. 1783. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Dec. 23, 
1781; priest, 1783; P.C. of Barton-under-Needwood, Staffs., 
1783-1820. R. of Cossington, Leics., 1784-7. Preb. of 
Durham, 1823. V. of CroxaU, Derbs., 1838-46 (Harrow Sch. 
Reg. and Foster, Index Eccles., both give this, but sec his son 
James (1811)). D.N.B. and G. Mag. state that at the same 
period that he was made P.C. of Barton-under-Needwood, 
he inherited Yoxall Lodge, three miles from his church, and 
passed the rest of his life there. St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 
271, gives definitely that he was Y. of Croxall, 1838-46, 
' which he held with his Prebend, and apparently also Barton- 
under-Needwood, until his death.' Married, i\Iar. i, 1783, 
Mary, dau. of Thomas Babington, Esq., of Rothley Temple, 
Leics. An intimate friend of Wilberforce and well acquainted 
with Bishop Barrington, Bishop Ryder and Hannah More. 
A popular preacher, poet and hymn-writer. Uncle of C. C. 
Babington, and himself a botanist. Author, Principles of 
Moral Philosophy; Walks in a Forest in Germany, etc. Died 
Mar. 24, 1846. Brother of John (1788); father of James 
(1811), Matthew (1813), Thomas (next), and Francis (1814). 
(Harrow Sch. Reg.; Northants. Clergy; Foster, Index Eccles.; 
St John's Coll. .4dm. iv. 270; Glover, Derbs., 11. 207; G. Mag., 
1846, I. 643; D.N.B.; Julian, Diet, of Hymnology; Index of 
Botanists; Col. Gentry, 11. 449.) 



Gladstone, Francis Ed'WARD 

GISBORNE, THOMAS. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Trinity, May 20, 

1806. [S. and h. of Thomas (above), Preb. of Durham. 
B. c. 1790.] Matric. Michs. 1806; B.A. 1810. Of Horwick 
House, Derbs., and Yoxall Lodge, Staffs. M.P. for Stafford, 
1830-1; for W. Derbs., 1832-7; for Carlow, 1839-41; for 
Nottingham, 1843-52. Married (i) Elizabeth Fysche, dau. 
of John Palmer, of Ickwell, Beds.; (2) 1826, Susan, widow of 
Francis Duckenfield Astley. Died July 20, 1852, at Yoxall 
Lodge, Staffs. Father of Henry F. (1831) and John B. (1837) ; 
brother of James (181 1), etc. (D.N.B. ; Burke, Col. Gentry, 11, 
449; G. Mag., 1852, II. 315.) 

GISBORNE, THOMAS MATTHEW. Adm. pens, at St John's, 

Julv 6, 1843. S. and h. of Matthew (1813), merchant. 
B. Aug. II, 1824, at Calcutta. Matric. Michs. 1843; B.A. 
1847; M.A. 1852. Rowed for the C.U.B.C. at Henlev, 1847. 
Of Walton Hall, Derbs. J. P. and D.L. for Derbs. J. P. for 
Leics. and Staffs. Married, 1855, Carohne Frances, dau. of 
William Wilberforce Bird. Died Sept. 12, 1894, at Walton- 
on-Trent, Derbs. Father of Charles F. (1884). (Burke, Col. 
Gentry, 11. 448; Daily Chronicle, Sept. 19, 1894.) 

GIST, SAMUEL GIST. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Aug. 10, 1821. 
[S. of Josiah, of Wormington [Grange], Gloucs.] Did not 
reside. Lived at Wormington Grange. J.P. Married Marianne, 
dau. of Warner Westenra, 2nd Lord Rossmore. Brother of 
the next. (Fox-Davies, .Armorial Families.) 

GIST, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, Aug. 10, 

1821. S. of Josiah. B. at Wormington Grange, Gloucs. 

School, Wormington (private). Matric. Michs. 1822. 

Migrated to Trinity Hall, Feb. 13, 1823. Brother of the 

above. 
GITTENS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Pembroke, Feb. 13, 1830. 

S. and h. of J. H. [doubtless John Hamlet, next], R. of 

St John's, Barbados. B. there. Re-adm. June 11, 1833. 

Matric. Michs. 1833. Probably of Applewhites, Barbados. 

His 2nd s., the Rev. Forster Clarke, was adm. at O.xford in 

1871. (Al. O.xon.) 

GITTENS, JOHN HAMLET. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Apr. 15, 1805. S. of John Hamlet, of the Barbados, West 
Indies. School, Hacknev, London (Dr Heathcote). Matric. 
Lent, 1806; B..\. iSio. 'Ord. deacon (Bristol) Oct. 6, 1810. 
R. of St John's, Barbados. Father of the above. 

GIVEN, ANDREW. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Caius, Apr. 19, 
1862. S. of .Andrew, of Newtowntimavady, Co. Derry. 

B. there. School, Fovle College, Derry. Matric. Michs. 1862; 
B.A. 1866; M..A. 1869. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1870; 
priest, 1871; C. of Penge, Kent, 1870-2. C. of St Nicholas, 
Colchester, 1884-8. V. of Dunkeswell, Devon, 1888-1905. 
Lived latterly at Isleworth, where he died Sept. 21, 1919. 
(I'enn, 11. 358; Crockford; The Times, Sept. 24, 1919.) 

GIVEN-WILSON (formeriy WILSON), FREDERICK GEORGE. 

.Adm. pens, at St John's, Sept. 3, 1889. S. of [the Rev.] 
Thomas [V. of St Marv's], Forest Gate, E, [and Zillah Maria 
Fitch]. B. Mar. 8, 1869, at Halstead [Essex]. School, 
Merchant Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 1889; Exhibitioner and 
Choral Student; Scholar; B..A. 1892; M..A. 1899. Ord. deacon 
(Rochester) 1893; priest, 1894; C. of St John-the-EvangeUst, 
Waterloo Road, London, 1893-6. Minor Canon of West- 
minster, 1895-9. C. of St Mary's, Westminster, 1896-8. 

C. of St John-the-Evangehst, Redhill, 1900-6. V. of Dedham, 
Essex, 1906-47-. Hon. Canon of Chelmsford, 1940-7-. 
Brother of the next. (Crockford; Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.) 

GIVEN-WILSON (formeriy WILSON), HAROLD MERVYN. 
.Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 1, 1895. Of London. 
S. of Thomas, V. of St Mary's, Forest Gate, E. B. there 
Nov. 26, 1876. School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 
1895; Exhibitioner; B.A. and LL.B. 1898. Adm. Solicitor, 
1901 ; Attomev (India) 1901. Of 1, Hastings Street, Calcutta, 
in 1922. Died June 16, 1924. Brother of the above. 
.Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.) 

GLADSTONE, ARTHUR EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 

Sept. 3, 18S9. S. of Francis Edward (next), Mus.D., Cathedral 
Organist, of London [and Mary Louisa Phillott]. B. Jan. 18, 

1872, at Chichester. School, St Peter's, Weston-super-Mare 
(Mr R. F. Duckworth). Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892. 

GLADSTONE, FRANCIS EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Nov. 30, 1875. S. of John Eddowes [Queen's College, Oxford, 
V. of St Matthew's, Wolverhampton, a cousin of William 
Ewart], and Sarah Lucilla. B. Mar. 2, 1845, at Summerton, 
near Oxford. Bapt. June 18, 1845. Educated privately. 
Mus.B. 1876; Mus.D. 1879. For five years pupil of S. S. 
Wesley, organist of Winchester Cathedral. Organist suc- 
cessively of Llandaff, Chichester and Norwich Cathedrals, 
and of Christ Church, Lancaster Gate. Professor of Music at 
Royal College of Music for 27 years; resigned, 1910. Received 
into the Roman Catholic Church, and became Choirmaster of 
St Mary of the Angels, Bayswater, London. Died Sept. 6, 



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Gladstone, George Edward 

1928, aged 83, at The Crozen, Hereford. Father of the 
above. {Graduates in Music; Scott, MSS.; The Times, 
Sept. 10, 1928.) 
GLADSTONE, GEORGE EDWARD. Adm. at Cavendish H., 
Michs. 1885. S. of J. N., of West House, Forest Hill, London, 
S.E. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888; LL.B. 1889. Adm. at 
King's, Nov. 28, 1891, on the dissolution of Cavendish 
College; U..\. and LL.M. 1892. Mathematical and Science 
Tutor. Member of the West Ham School Board, Mar. 1891. 
Warden of Passmore Edwards Settlement, Tavistock Place, 
London, 1903-12. District Inspector, Ministry of Health, 
in 1928. Died Aug. 10, 1941, at Salisbury, aged 73- {King's 
Coll. Adm. Reg. (s. of 'J. H.'); The Times, Sept. 3, 1941.) 
GLADSTONE, HUGH STEUART. .\dm. at Trinity Hall, 1896. 
[Only] s. of Samuel S. (1855), of Lannhall, Tynron, Dumfries- 
shire and of 43, Eaton Place, London. [B. Apr. 30, 1877.] 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899; M.A. 1904. 
Lieut., King's Own Scottish Borderers; served in S. .\frica, 
1900-2. Vice-Convener of County of Dumfriesshire, 1920-30; 
Convener, 1930-43-. Vice-President, Association of County 
Councils in Scotland, 1932; President, 1933-5. J-P- and D.L. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., King's Own Scot- 
tish Borderers; employed War Office; mentioned in des- 
patches). F.Z.S.; F.R.S.E.; F.S.A. (Scotland). Member, 
Committee (Scots) on Game and Heather-burning, 1919-21; 
Chainnan, Wild Birds Protection Advisory (Scotland) Com- 
mittee, 1921-43-; Member of Departmental Committee on 
Rating and Machinery in England and Scotland, 1923-5; 
Chairman, International Committee for Protection of Birds 
(British Section), 1923-9; Delegate at International Con- 
ference on Migratory Wild Fowl, 1927; Member, Depart. 
Committee on Revision of Poor Law (Scotland), 1935- 
Knighted, 1941. .A.uthor, Birds of Dumfriesshire; Maria 
RiddelL, the Friend of Burns ; Birds and the War ; Record Bags ; 
Shooting with Surtees; Thomas Watting, Limner of Dumfries. 
Of Capenoch, Penpont, Dumfriesshire, in 1943. {Eton Sch. 
Lists; Who's Who; Kelly, Handbook; Scottish Biographies.) 
GLADSTONE, SAMUEL HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 19, 1872. [3rd] s. of Robert, of Grasmere, Westmorland 
[and Manchester]. B. [Nov. 29, 1853], at Cheetham. Hill, 
Lanes. School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1872; B..\. 
1876. In business. Of Marlborough Hill, Harrow, in 1894; 
of Darley Ash, Bovingdon, Herts., in 1906, where he died 
Jan. 14, 1932. {Uppingham Sch. Roll; The Times, Jan. 15, 
1932.) 
GLADSTONE, SAMUEL STEUART. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity Hall, Oct. 18, 1855. S. of Thomas Steuart, Esq., 
of Capenoch, ThornhUl, Dumfriesshire. [B. 1837.] School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1855. A Governor of the Bank of 
England, 1899-1902. Director of the P. and O. Steamship 
Co. Of Capenoch, Thornhill, Dumfriesshire, and 19, Lennox 
Gardens, London, S.W. Died M?y 6, 1909. Father of Hugh 
S. (1896). {Eton Sch. Lists; Who a-as Who.) 
GLADSTONE, WILLIAM BUCKLEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 25, 1875. [2nd] s. of Murray [Christ Church, Oxford], 
of 36, Wilton Crescent, London [and Liverpool]. B. [.A.pr. 5], 
1856, at Manchester. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1875. 
In business in Calcutta, in 1899. Of 32, Princes Gardens, 
London, S.W., and Mortown House, Ringwood, Hants. 
Died Jan. 9, 1922. {Eton Sc . Lists; Scott, MSS.; The Times, 
Jan. 10, 1922.) 
GLADSTONE, WILLIAM EWART. Hon. LL.D. i860. 4th s. 
of John, of Liverpool, Lanes., later Bart., who changed his 
name from Gladstones to Gladstone, 1835. B. Dec. 29, 1809, 
at 62, Rodney Street, Liverpool. School, Eton. Matric. 
(age i8) from Christ Church, Oxford, Jan. 23, 1828; Student, 
1829-39; B.A. (Oxford) 1832; M.A. (Oxford) 1834; Hon. 
Student, 1867; Hon. D.C.L., 1848; Hon. Fellow of .\11 Souls, 
1858. He was Rector of Edinburgh University, 1859-65. 
Romanes Lecturer at Oxford, 1892. Student at Lincoln's 
Inn, 1833. M.P. for Newark, 1832-45 ; for Oxford University, 
1847-65; for S. Lanes., 1865-8; for Greenwich, 1868-80; for 
Edinburghshire, 1880-95. Secretary of State for the Colonies, 
1845. Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1852, 1859, 1859-66 and 
1880-2. Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury, 
1868-74, 1880-5 and 1892-4. Prime Minister and Privy 
Seal, 1886. Dechned an earldom, 1885. The term "Grand 
Old Man' is said to have been first appUed to him by Henry 
Labouchere, M.P., c. .\pr. 1881. Married, July 25, 1839, 
Catherine, dau. of Sir Stephen Richard Glynne, 8th Bart. 
•Author, Studies on Homer and the Homeric Age; Ecce Homo; 
Gleanings of Past Years; The Impregnable Rock of Holy 
Scripture; Translation of Horace, etc. Died May 19, 1898, 
at Hawarden Castle. Buried in Statesmen's Corner, West- 
minster Abbey. The Committee of the Liberal Memorial to 
him established Gladstone Memorial Prizes, to be given in 
books, at certain Universities for proficiency in history, 
pohtical science, and economics: the Cambridge prize was 
founded in 1901. {Eton Sch. Lists; Hist. Reg., 172; Al. Oxon.; 
Burke, P. and B.; Boase, v. 418-20; Who was Who; D.N.B.) 



Glanville, Francis 

GLADWELL, REGINALD JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. I, 1897. Of Bedfordshire. [S. of James, manu- 
facturer, of Luton. B. there Dec. 27, 1878. School, Dun- 
stable Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 1897; Scholar; B.A. 1900; 
M.A. 1905. .-Assistant Master at Clifton College. Died 
Apr. 27, 1908, at Dunstable, from an internal chiU caught 
in Italy. Buried at Luton. (Scott, MSS.; .The Times, 
Apr. 28, 1908.) 

GLADWIN, CHARLES. .\din. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, June 29, 
1794. S. of Henry, Major-General. B. at Stubbing Hall, 
Chesterfield. School, Hipperholme (Mr Hudson). Matric. 
Lent, 1795; Scholar and Exhibitioner, 1796; B..\. 1798. 

GLADWIN, CHARLES HENRY BENSON. Adm, pens, (age 21) 
at Pembroke, May 31, 1830. [Eldest] s. of Charles Thomas 
(next), P.C. of St Martin-in-the-Fields, Liverpool. B. at 
Swansea, Glamorganshire. [School, Louth.] Matric. Michs. 
1830. Migrated to Jesus, .Mar. 23, 1831; B.A. 1834; M.A. 
1S62. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1834; priest (LincoLn) 1835; 
C. of Leckhampstead, Bucks. C. of Cholesbury. C. of Long- 
bridge, Wilts. C. of Stowe I.X Churches, Northants., 1839-41. 
V. of Hartford, Hunts., 1857-60. R. of Woolley, 1860-8. 
R. of Claverton, Somerset, 1868-78. Living, 1900, at 40, 
Museum Street, London, W.C. Disappears from Crockford, 
1900. {Inc. of Hunts.; P. B. G. Binnall; Northants. Clergy; 
Crockford.) 

GLADWIN, CHARLES THOMAS. .\dm. Fell. -Com. at Queens', 
Jan. 9, 181S. Of Derbyshire, [S. of Charles, Colonel. School, 
Eton.] Matric. Michs. 18 18. Migrated (age 33) to Jesus, 
Dec. 17, 1818; 'of the East Indies'; LL.B. 1824. P.C. of 
St Martin-in-the-Fields, Liverpool, 1830-46. Disappears 
from Clergy List, 1847. P'ather of the above; brother of 
the next. (Eton Coll. Reg.; Foster, Index Eccles.) 

GLADWIN, HENRY ARTHUR. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 34) at 
Jesus, Oct. 26, 1822. S. of Charles, Colonel. B. in Bengal 
[Oct. 24, 1788]. [School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1822. Brother 
of the above. (Sir W. Sterry.) 
GLAISHER, ERNEST HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 31, 
1877. S. of James [F.R.S.], of i, Dartmouth Place, Black- 
heath, Kent, B. there [July 17] 1858. School, St Paul's, 
London (exhibitioner). iMa'tric. Michs. 1S77; B..-\. 1881. 
Curator of the Museum, Georgetown, Demerara, Jan. 1883. 
Died Aug. 11, 1885. Brother of the next. {St Paul's Sch. 
Reg.) 

GLAISHER, JAMES WHITBREAD LEE. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Dec. 17, 1866. S. and h. of James, F.R.S. [who 
made a record-breaking balloon ascent]. B. Nov. 5, 1848, 
at Lewisham, Kent. School, St Paul's (exhibitioner). Matric. 
Michs. 1867; Scholar, 1868; B.A. {2nd Wrangler) 1871; 
M.A. 1874; Sc.D. 1887. Fellow, 1871-1928. Tutor, 1883-93. 
Lecturer in Mathematics, 1871-1901. F.R.S., 1875. Presi- 
dent of the London .Mathematical Society, 1884-6; De 
Morgan Medal, 1908. President, Royal Astronomical Society, 
1886-8 and 1901-3. Had a l^-ge share in the work of the 
British .Association; President of Mathematical Section, 1890. 
Editor of The Messenger of Mathematics, 1871-1928, and of 
the Quarterly Journal of Mathematics. His contributions to 
mathematics covered a wide range, but were chiefly on 
questions connected with the q series in elliptic functions. 
Hon. D.Sc. DubUn, 1892, and Victoria, 1902. A great 
authority on faience and pottery; his collections, considered 
to be the finest in the world, were bequeathed to the Fitz- 
william Museum. Paid many visits to U.S..*\. and travelled 
much in Europe. In the early days of cycUng an enthusiastic 
rider of the old 'penny farthing' machine. Died unmarried 
Dec. 7, 1928, in College. Brother of the above. {St Paul's 
Sch. Reg.; D.N.B.; Who's Who; The Times, Dec. 8 and 12, 
1928; Cambridge Revieiv, Jan. 25, 1929.) 

GLAISTER, RICHARD FITZGERALD. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity, June 7, 1852. S. of Richard, of 5, Hanover Terrace, 
Peckham, London. B. in London. School, King's College, 
London. Matric. Michs. 1852. 

GLANDORE, Earl of, see CROSBIE, JOHN (i795). 

GLANVILE, RANULPH. .'Vdm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i, 1900. 
S. of Kanulph R., Esq. [of Gleneldon Road, Streatham]. 
B. Nov. 20, 1881, at Twickenham, Middlesex. School, 
Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs. 1900; Scholar. {Chel- 
tenham Coll. Reg.) 

GLANVILLE, FRANCIS. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at Pem- 
broke, Mar. 16, 1780. [3rd s. of Sir John, Knt., deceased, 
of Catchfrench, Cornwall.] B. July 31, 1762, at Cleveancy, 
Wilts. Matric. Lent, 1780. In the Grenadier Guards. Of 
Catchfrench, ComwaU. J. P. and D.L. High Sheriff, 1793- 
M.P. for Maknesbury, 1794; for Plymouth, 1797-1802. 
Married (i) Sarah, dau. of WUliam Masterman, of Restormel 
Park, 1790; (2) Elizabeth, dau. of Capt. Robert Fanshawe, 
R.N., Jan. 18, 1796. Died June 3, 1846, at Gt Marlow, 
Bucks. Buried there. M.I. in St Germans. (Boase, Biblio. 
Cornub., 1196; Burke L.G.) 



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GLASCODINE, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 20, i860. Of Cannarthenshire. Matric. Michs. 
i860; Scholar, 1861. One of these names was called to the 
Bar, Gray's Inn, June 17, 1885. First .^.ssistant Clerk of 
Assize, S. Wales Circuit. [Law Lists.) 

GLASER, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Mar, 18, 

1899. S. of Henry. B. Nov. 19, 1879, at Horton, near 
Bradford, Yorks. School, Bradford Grammar. Matric. 
Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1907. University Demon- 
strator in Engineering, 1905-9. Invented the Glaser slide- 
rule. At the Westinghouse works, Manchester, 1903-5; on 
technical staff of .Messrs Henry Simon, Manchester, 1909-11 ; 
in business as an electrical engineer in Manchester, 191 1-. 
(Peile, II. 833.) 

GLASGOW, ROBERT ROBERTSON. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, Nov. 8, 1828. S. of Robert [Robertson, who 
assumed the name of Glasgow on succeeding to the estate of 
Montgreenan, Ayrshire, on his marriage with .A.nne, dau. of 
Robert Glasgow, 1804]. B. [May 22, 1811], at Glenasbach 
(sic), Dumbartonshire. Matric. Michs. 1830. Of Montgreenan, 
Ayrshire. Called to Scottish Bar, 1835. J. P. for Co.s Ayr 
and Renfrew. Member of Faculty of .■\dvocates for Scotland. 
Married, July 11, 1839, Mary 'Wilhelmina, dau. of John 
Campbell, of Stone&eld, Argyllshire, and had issue. (Burke, 
L.G. (' Robertson-Glasgow,' and b. at 'Glenarbach.') 

GLASGOW, WILLIAM JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Mav 12, 1849. [2nd] s. of Alexander [of .\uchenraith, Blan- 
tyre]. Matric. Michs. 1849; B.A. 1853; M..\. 1856. Of Old 
Court, Rochestown, Co. Cork. Died Dec. i, 1886, at Nelson, 
New Zealand. (Sherborne Sch. Reg., under his sons.) 

GLASIER, HOWARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Sept. 22, 
1890. [Younger] s. of W. R. M., Esq., of 3, The Paragon, 
Blackheath, London [and sometime of Tunbridge Wells]. 

B. 1871, at Mildenhall, Suffolk. School, Leys, Cambridge. 
Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893; M.A. 1898; M.B. and B.C. 

1900. At the London Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1898. 
Assistant Medical Officer at the Royal National Hospital, 
Ventnor. Practised at Mildenhall. Retired in 1931, to Cedar 
Tree House, Madingley Road, Cambridge, where he died 
Jan. 29, 1932. Buried at Mildenhall. (Scott, MSS., which 
gives 'b. at Blackheath'; Medical Directories; The Times, 
Feb. I, 1932-) 

GLASSE, ARTHUR HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magda- 
lene, Dec. 14, 1818. [Youngest] s. of George Henry, D.D., 
R. of Hanwell, .Middlesex (for whom see D.N.B.) [and of 
Hannah Fletcher]. School, Finchley (Mr A. Lendon). Matric. 
Michs. 1819; Scholar. 

GLASSFORD, DONALD THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 22) at 
Iesus, Oct. 1889. S. of Donald T[homas]. B. at Dundee. 
Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1893; U..\. 1899. Ord. deacon 
St Albans, Litt. dim. for Rochester) 1892; priest (St Albans) 
1895; C. of St Bartholomew's, Camberwell, London, 1892-3. 

C. of St M., Plaistow, 1893-5. C. of Christ Church, Mary- 
lebone, 1896-9. C. of Thurgarton with Hoveringham, Notts., 
1899-1905. Lie. pr., dio. Southwell, 1905-10. C. of St John- 
the-Baptist, Nottingham, 1910-13. Org. Sec, S.P.G., dios. 
Southwell and Lincoln, 1913-26. V. of Bole and R. of 
Saundby, 1926-40. Hon. Canon of Southwell, 1938-40. 
Lie. to off., dio. Southwell, 1940-45; dio. of Exeter, 1945-7-. 
{Crockford.) 

GLASSON, HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 17, 1847. 
S. of William, merchant, of Faknouth, Cornwall. B. Sept. 26, 
1828, at Lanteglos. School, Sherborne. Matric. Michs. 1847; 
B.A. 1853. Ord. deacon (St Albans, Litt. dim. for Rochester) 
1852; priest (St Albans) 1853; C. of Sutton- Waldron, Dorset, 
1854-5. Chaplain in the Navy, 1855; retired hst, 1873. C. of 
Dalton-in-Furness, Lanes., 1S73-4. I. of Avonside, New 
Zealand, 1878-81. Chaplain of Public Inst., Christchurch, 
New Zealand, 1882-4. C. of St Mark's, Darling Point, 
Sydney, Australia, 1885. C. of Windsor, Cobbitty, Summer 
Hill, N.S.W., 1886-8. I. of Gundv, Queensland, 1889-91. 
I. of Sofala, N.S.W., 1894-8. Asst. Chaplain, Melbourne 
Cemetery, 1903-4. Married, Sept. 8, 1852, Lucy, dau. of 
Thomas A. Lewis, Lieut., R.N., of Penwennock, Falmouth. 
Died Feb. 11, 1906, aged 77, at Monington, near Melbourne. 
{Sherborne Sch. Reg.; Boase, Coll. Cornub., 28i;Scon, MSS.; 
Crockford; The Morning Post, Feb. 19, 1906.) 

GLASSPOOL, REGINALD THOMAS BOOTH. .Jidm. pens, (age 
18) at Magdalene, May 17, 1899. S. of Edwin Thomas, 
clerk [London University, B.A. 1875], Head Master of the 
Grammar School, Wymondham, Oakham. School, Wy- 
mondham. Matric. Michs. 1899; Exhibitioner; B.A. 1902. 
Assistant Master at Bolton Grammar School, 1903-8; at 
Lancing School, 1908-11. Head Master of Stockton-on-Tees 
Grammar School, 191 1-20; of Caldey Grange Grammar 
School, West Kirby, Lanes., 1920-42-. Ser\'ed in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (Capt., Durham L.I. (T.F.); M.C.; mentioned 
twice in despatches). {Schoolmasters' Directories; C.U. Pari. 
Reg., 1942.) 



Gleadowe, Richard William 

GLASSPOOLE, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Mar. 27, 
1833; Fellow-Commoner, .^pr. 18, 1833. From Magdalen 
Hall, Oxford, -whence he had matric, age 31, Nov. 12, 1832. 
Of Norfolk. [S. and h. of Henry, of Gt Yarmouth.] Matric. 
Michs. 1833; (CivilLawClasses,ist Class, 1835-6). Died 1836, 
aged 34,' at Hemsby, Norfolk. {Al. Oxon.; C. J. Palmer, 
Gt Yarmouth, 11. 375 «.; G. Mag., 1836, 11. 666.) 

GLASSPOOLE, HENRY. Matric. Non-CoU. Easter, 1887. 

GLAUERT, otto. Adm. at Clare, Apr. 21, 1899. Schools, 
Shetiield Grammar and University College. Matric. Michs. 
1899; B..'^. 1902. .Assistant Master at Coatham School, 1904; 
at PoCklington School, 1906; at Norwich School, 1910-18. 
Head Master, Somerville Prep. School, New Brighton, in 
1933. {Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

GLAVES, JOHN CASS. Adra. pens, at St Catharine's, Dec. 14. 
1832. B. at Fountains, Yorks. Matric. Lent, 1833; B.A. 1837. 
Ord. priest (Gloucester) May 21, 1837, as 'Cleaves,' J. C; 
P.C. of Laxton, Northants., 1837-54. R. of Stonton Wyville, 
Leics., 1853-9-. Domestic Chaplain to Lord Carbery, 1856-9. 
Disappears from Clergy List, i860. (Foster, Index Eccles.; 
Northants. Clergy.) 

GLAZEBROOK, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 1, 1842. 
[Perhaps 2nd s. of Henry, of Calcutta: if so, had matric. 
(age 17) from Worcester College, Oxford, Dec. 3, 1835. 
B. Dec. 6, 1818. School, Rugby.] {Al. Oxon.; Rugby Sch. 
Reg. (Glazbrook).) 

GLAZEBROOK, RICHARD TETLEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 19, 1872. S. and h. of Nicholas Smith, M.R.C.S., of 
W. Derby, Liverpool [and Sarah, dau. of Richard Tetley, of 
JLiverpool]. B. there [Sept. 18], 1854. Schools [Dulwich 
College (left, 1870) and] Liverpool Collegiate Institution 
(Mr Butler). Matric. Michs. 1872; Scholar, 1875; B.A. 
lith Wrangler) 1876; M.A. 1879. Fellow, i877-i935- Lec- 
turer and Tutor, 1881-96. Bursar, 1895-8. Proctor, 1886. 
Demonstrator at the Cavendish Laboratory, 1880-91 ; 
University Lecturer in Mathematics, 1883; .Assistant Director 
of the Cavendish Laboratory, 1891. Rede Lecturer, 1917- 
Principal of University College, Liverpool, 1898-9. First 
Director of the National Physical Laboratory at Bushey 
House, Teddington, Middlesex, 1899-1919; under his direc- 
tion great progress was made in the development of the 
Laboratory and in its usefulness to British engineering and 
to other industries. President of the Institution of Electrical 
Engineers, 1906-7. .-Vttended the Electrical Congress at 
St Louis as representative of the British Government. 
Chairman of the Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 
1909-20; of the Aeronautical Research Committee, 1920-33. 
Zaharoff Professor of Aviation and Director of the Aero- 
nautics Department of the Imperial College of Technology, 
1920-3. F.R.S., 1882. Hughes Medalhst, 1909; Royal 
Medallist, 1931 ; Gold Medalhst, Royal Aeronautical Society, 
1933; Albert Medallist of the Royai Society of .\rts. Memb. 
Inst. C.E. C.B., 1910. Knighted, 1917. K.C.B., 1920. 
K.C.V.O., 1934. D.Sc, Oxford, Victoria University and 
Heidelberg. LL.D., Edinburgh. Of Limpsfield Common, 
Surrey, .•\uthor. Science and Industry; editor of the Dic- 
tionary of Applied Physics. Died Dec. 15, 1935. {Dulwich 
Coll. Reg.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Who was Who; 
The Times, Dec. 17, 1935.) 

GLEADALL, JOHN WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
.^pr. 16, 1818. Of Yorkshire. Matric. Michs. 1818; B.A. 
1822; M.A. 1826. Fellow, 1822. Ord. deacon (Ely) May 21, 
1826; priest, June 10, 1S27; C. of Regent Street Chapel, and 
Evening Preacher at the Magdalen Hospital, London, 
-1841-5. Morning Preacher at the Foundling Hospital, and 
Lecturer of St Mary-at-Hill, London, 1846-82. Salter's 
Lecturer, 1878-82. Author, religious. Lived latterly at 
44, Gayton Road, London, N.W., where he died Oct. 26, 
1882. {Clergy List; Scott, MSS.; The Guardian, Nov. i, 
1882.) 

GLEADOW, FREDERIC COOPER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 6, 1S52. S. of Robert Ward, merchant, of Hull [and 
Mary]. B. at Holy Trinity, Kingston-upon-Hull. Bapt. 
Apr. 17, 1830. School, Pocklington, Matric. Michs. 1852; 
Scholar; B.A. 1856. Ord. deacon (Exeter) May 18, 1856. 
Died early in 1858. {The Ecclesiastical Gazette, Feb. 9, 1858 
and June 10, 1856.) 

GLEADOW, REGINALD. Adm. at Clare, June 10, 187S. 
Matric. .Michs. 1878; B.A. 1S82. 

GLEADOWE, RICHARD WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Caius, 
1829. S. of Thomas Reader (1800), R. of Frodesley, Salop. 
B. [Oct. 25, 1810], at Walsall. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. 
Michs. 1830; Scholar, 1831-3; B.A. 1834; U.A. 1837. Ord. 
deacon (Lichfield) 1835; priest (Ely, Litt. dim. from Peterb.) 
Nov. 27, 1836; C. of Frodesley, 1835. C. of Pickworth. 
Assistant Master at Stamford School. Head Master of 
Chester Grammar School, and Sacrist and Minor Canon of 



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Chester, 1839-53. V. of Neston, Cheshire, 1853-92. Surro- 
gate, 1853-97. Hon. Canon of Chester, 1881-97. Married, 
Dec' 16, 1851, Julia, dau. of James Yorke, Esq., of ShankUn, 
Isle of Wight. Died Apr. 3, 1897, at Evesbatch, near 
Stevenage. Buried at Neston. Father of Thomas S.( 1861); 
brother of Thomas L. (1826). (Shreivsbury Sch. Reg.; Scott, 
MSS.; Crockford; Venn, 11. 210; Boase, v. 422; The Times, 
Apr. 5, 1897; The Guardian, Apr. 7 and 21, 1897.) 
GLEADOWE, RICHARD WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Peter- 
house, Oct. 18, 1867. Matric. Michs. 1867; Scholar, 1867; 
B.A. 1871. Ord. deacon (Carlisle) 1872; priest, 1873; C. 
of Kirkandrews-on-Eden with Beaumont, Cumberland, 
1872-4. C. of Bishop Hat&eld, Herts., 1875-6. C. of 
Frodesley, Salop, 1877-80; R. there, 1880-92. Died there 
Mar. 17, 1892, aged 45. (T. A. Walker, 530; Scott, MSS.; 
Crockford; The Guardian, Mar. 30, 1892.) 

GLEADOWE, THOMAS EDWARD ANDERSON. Adm. pens, 
at Trinity, June 29, 1895. S. of Richard William, of 
Alderley Edge, Cheshire. B. July 23, 1877, at Frodesley, 
Salop. School, Shrewsbury (exhibitioner). Matric. Michs. 
1895. Railway engineer. (Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.) 

GLEADOWE (or GLEADOW), THOMAS LITTLEWOOD. Adm. 

pens, at Christ's, Dec. 23, 1826. [S. of Thomas R. (ne.xt).] 
Matric. Michs. 1827; B.A. 1831; M.A. 1835. Ord. 
deacon (Lichfield) 1832; priest, 1833; C. of Wroughton, 
Wilts., -1841. R. of Frodesley, Salop, 1842-80. Author, 
religious. Died Apr. 11, 1880, at Frodesley rectory. Brother 
of Richard W. (1829). (Peile, 11. 425; Clergy List; Crockford; 
The Guardian, Apr. 21, 1880.) 

GLEADOWE, THOMAS READER. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Mar. 29, 1800. Of Yorkshire. Matric. Michs. 1800; B.A. 
(4;;; Wrangler) 1804; M..-^. 1807. Fellow, 1805. R. of 
Frodesley, Salop, 1826-42. Died in 1842, aged 62. Father of 
the above and of Richard W. (1829). (Foster, Index Eccles.; 
G. Mag., 1843, I. 102.) 

GLEADOWE, THOMAS SMITH. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Magdalene, June 22, 1861. S. [and h.] of Richard William 
(1829), V. of Neston, Cheshire. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. 
Michs. 1861; Scholar; B.A. 1865. Adm. at the Middle 
Temple, Nov. 6, 1865. Called to the Bar, June 6, 1868. On 
North Wales and Chester Circuit. H.M. Inspector of Schools, 
1876-1903; retired. Died Feb. 9, 1911, aged 68, at Chester. 
(Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar; 
The Times, Feb. 13, 1911.) 

GLEDHILL, ADOLPHUS ETHELBERT. Adm. at Caius, 
Oct. 2, 1893. S. of Adolphus Theophilus (next), R. of 
Gresham, Norfolk. B. [Mar. 31, 1874], in London. Schools, 
Perse, Cambridge [Felsted and] Forest, Walthamstow. 
Matric. Michs. 1893; Choral Exhibitioner, 1893; B.A. 1896; 
M.A. 1900. Ord. deacon (York) 1898; priest, 1899; C. of 
Hornsea, Yorks., 1898-9. C. of Horbury, 1899-1903.- C. of 
St Paul's, Hemel Hempstead, 1904-=. V. of Borden, Kent, 
1907-17. V. of St Thomas's, Coventry, 1917-21. In British 
Columbia, in 1921. R. of Shottisham and P.C. of Ramsholt, 
Suffolk, 1922-9. V. of Holy Trinity, Bungay, 1929-40. 
Surrogate, 1934-41. V. of St Margaret's, S. Ehnham with 
Flixton, 1940-1. Lie. to ofi. dio. Norwich., 1941-47-- Living 
at 21, Bracondale Road, Norwich, in 1942. (Al. Felsted; 
Venn, u. 531; Crockford.) 

GLEDHILL, ADOLPHUS THEOPHILUS. Matric. Non-CoU. 
Lent, 1886. S. of R. L. B. in London. Migrated (age 49) to 
Jesus, Jan. 1888; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1893. Ord. deacon 
(St Albans) 1889; priest (St Asaph, Litt. dim. for St Albans) 
1890; C. of Ware, Herts., 1889-90. C. of Seaford, Sussex, 
1890-3. R. of Gresham, Norfolk, 1893-6. V. of Evenwood, 
Durham, 1896-1903. V. of Lower Cam, Gloucs., 1903-13. 
Lived latterly at Hastings, where he died Jan. 16, 1920, 
aged 82. Father of the above. (Crockford; Scott, MSS.; 
The Guardian, Jan. 30, 1920.) 

GLEDHILL, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H., Oct. i, 
1895. B. Oct. lo, 1874. Matric. Michs, 1895; B.A. 1898; 
M.A. 1908. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1898; priest, 1900; C. of 
Seacombe, Cheshire, 1898-1901. C. of Netherthorpe, Yorks., 
1901-3. C. of All Saints', Ishngton, 1903-9. C. of All Saints' 
with St John's, Hertford, 1909-15. C. of St Paul's, St Albans, 
1915-17. V. of Kirby-le-Soken, Essex, 1917-27. C. of 
Leiston with Sizewell, Sufiolk, 1927-9. C.-in-charge of 
St Cuthbert's, Old Trafford, Lanes., 1929-32. V. of Leesfield, 
1932-44. Died in 1944. (Crockford.) 

GLEDHILL, WALTER GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Aug. 9, 1899. S. of George Henry, manufacturer, of Halifax, 
Yorks. [and Mary .-^nn Sharp]. B. there Sept. 18, 1879. 
School, Bradford Grammar (Mr W. H. Keeling). Matric. 
Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902; M.A. 1906. Assistant Master at 
Yarmouth Grammar School; at Woodbridge School, Suffolk, 
1907-18-. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., Norfolk 



Gleig, George Jonathan 

Regt. (T.F.); Capt., R.A.F. (Aircraft Production Dept.); 
mentioned in despatches). (C.U. War List; C.U. Pari. Reg., 
1942.) 

GLEDSTANES, JOHN HAMPDEN. Adm. pens, (age i8) at 
Trinity, July 11, 1846. S. of John Hampden, of Sutton 
Park, Surrey. Did not reside. Brother of the next. 

GLEDSTANES, ROBERT LEACOCK. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity, Feb. 6, 1852. S. of John Hampden. B. in London. 
Matric. Michs. 1852; B.A. 1856. Brother of the above. 

GLEED or GLEEDE, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
July 18, 1789. S. of Thomas, of Reading, Berks. School, 
Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1791; Scholar, 1793; B..'\. 1794; 
M.A. 1797. 

GLEED, JOHN WILSON. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, Oct. 
1884. S. of Richard [Capt.]. B. [Mar. 15, 1865], at Doning- 
ton, near Spalding, Lines. School, Uppingham. Matric. 
Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887; M.A. 1899. Ord. deacon (Southwell) 
1889; C. of Brimington, Derbs., 1889. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1902. Subsequently of Spalding, Lines., for some 
years. Connected with Gariit's Bank. Chairman, Holland 
County Council, 1915-43. J. P. and D.L. for Holland; High 
Sheriff, 1936. Knighted, 1939. Of West Elloe, Spalding. 
Died July 30, 1946. Brother of the next. (Uppingham Sch. 
Roll; Crockford, 1900; Who's Who; The Times, July 31, 1946; 
Debrett, Knightage.) 

GLEED, RICHARD. Adm. at Trinity Hall, Mar. 10, 1881. 
S. of Richard [Capt.], of Lincolnshire. [B. May 16, 1861.] 
School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1885. Joined 
4th Lines. Regt. of Mihtia; Lieut., 1885; Capt., 1889. Of 
Donington Park, Spalding, Lines. J. P. for Holland, Lines. 
Brother of the above. (Repton Sch. Reg.) 

GLEED, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Oct. i, 1870. 
[Younger] s. of Thomas, Esq., deceased, of Shaftesbury [of 
Somerset House]. School, Hurstpierpoint College. Matric. 
Michs. 1870; Scholar, 1870; B.A. (^oth Wrangler) 1874; 
M.A. 1887. Assistant Master at Hurstpierpoint College, 
1874-5; at the R.N. College, Greenwich, 1875-1903. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, Nov. 4, 1880; age 29 ('2nd s. of the 
late Thomas, Esq., of London'). Died Dec. 18, 1903, at 
65, Foyle Road, Blackheath. (Hurstpierpoint Sch. Reg.; 
T. A. Walker, 536; Scott, MSS.; The Times, Dec. 21, 1903.) 

GLEGG, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Feb. 15, 1760. 
S. of John [Baskervyle; took the surname of Glegg, c. 1731], 
of Withington, Cheshire [and Mary, dau. of Robert Glegg, 
Esq., of Gayton Hall, Cheshire]. B. 1741. School, Maccles- 
field (Mr Atkinson). Matric. Lent, 1760; Scholar, 1760; B.A. 
1765. Of Old Withington and Gayton, Cheshire. Married 

(1) Bridget, dau. of John Kelsall, of Dodleston, Cheshire; 

(2) Jane, dau. of the Rev. John Parker, of Astle. Died 
Jan. 24, 1821. Fatherof John B. (1802). (Burke, L.G., 1939.) 

GLEGG, JOHN BASKERVILLE (or BASKERVYLE). Adm. pens, 
(age 17) at Pembroke, Nov. 7, 1791. 2nd s. of John (1751). 
Esq. [and Betty, eldest dau. of John Baskervyle Glegg, of 
Gayton], of Neston, Cheshire. B. there 1773. [A — • Glegg, — 
is in Westminster School List, Dec. 1788 (Record of Old 
Westminsters).] Scholar, 1791; matric. Michs. 1792; B.A. 
1796. Colonel in the Army. Succeeded to Thurstaston Hall, 
Cheshire, 1832, under the will of his godmother, Lucy 
Whitmore, wife of Charles Browne, of Marchwiel Hall, 
Denbigh, and last representative of her family. Died 1861. 
(Burke, L.G., 1939.) 

GLEGG, JOHN BASKERVILLE (or BASKERVYLE). Adm. pens. 
(age 20 (sic)) at Trinity, May 3, 1802. S. and h. of John 
(1760), of Withington, Cheshire. [B. Apr. 27, 1784.] School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1803. Of Old Withington and Gayton, 
Cheshire. J.P. andD.L. High Sheriff, 1814. Married, May 4, 
181 1, Anne, dau. of Thomas Townley Parker, of Cuerden 
Hall and Extwistle, Lanes. (Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, L.G., 
I939-) 

GLEGGE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, May 13, 
1854. S. of Thomas. B. in Liverpool. Matric. Michs. 1854; 
B..\. 1S60. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1861; priest, 1862; C. of 
St John's, Birkenhead, 1861-2. C. of Long Riston, Yorks., 
1862-72. C. of Holme-on-Spalding Moor, 1873-4. C. of 
Owthome, 1873-4. V. of Broomfleet, 1874-1903. Dis- 
appears from Crockford, 1904. 

GLEIG, ARTHUR GOODWIN. Matric. Non-Coil. Lent, 1873. 

GLEIG, GEORGE JONATHAN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
June 28, 1856. S. of Jonathan [Duncan], of 23, Lansdown 
Terrace, Cheltenham, Gloucs. [formerly in the Madras Civil 
Service]. B. June 24, 1838, at Bangalore, Madras. School, 
Cheltenham College. Matric. 1856. Died Nov. 21, 1872, at 
Cheltenham. (Cheltenham Coll. Reg.) 



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GLEN, ALEXANDER. Adra. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 20, 18^8. 
S. [and h.] of William Cunningham, lawyer [barrister of the 
Middle Temple]. B. [Feb. 4, 1850], in London. School, 
Charterhouse (exhibitioner, 1868). Matric. Michs. 1868; 
Scholar, 1868; B.A. (35^/; Wrangler) 1872; LL.B. 1873; M.A. 
1875; LL.M. 1906. Adm. at the Middle Temple, June 16, 
1850 (being then nine years of age). Called to the Bar, 
Apr. 30, 1873. On the Midland Circuit. Equity Draftsman 
and Conveyancer. K.C., 1903. Bencher, Nov. 15, 1911. 
Commanded the Inns of Court Rifles, 1905. .-Author and 
editor of several legal text-books. Of New Court, Temple, 
E.C., and Oakmead, Wimbledon, S.W. Died Mar. 18, 1913, 
in London. Father of the next; brother of Reginald C. (1875). 
{List of Carthusians ; Law Lists ; Foster, Men at the Bar ; 
Middle Temple Bench Bk.; Peile, 11. 605; Who was Who; 
The Times, Mar. 19, 1913.) 

GLEN, RANDOLPH ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Jan. 15, 1894. [Only] s. of .\lexander (above). B. [Dec. 30, 
1875], at Shepherd's Bush, London. School, Charterhouse. 
Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. and LL.B. 1897; M.A. 1905. 
Called to the Bar, Middle Temple, June 22, 1898. On the 
Western Circuit. Bencher. Speciahzed in Local Government 
cases; standing counsel to the Commons, Open Spaces, and 
Footpath Preser\'ation Society, the Council for the Preserva- 
tion of Rural England, National Smoke Abatement Society, 
etc. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut., Middlesex 
Regt. (T.F. Res.)). Recorder of Penzance, 1930-4. Author, 
Public Health; Local Government Ads, etc. Of Lissoy, High- 
bury Road, Wimbledon Hill, and DunoUie, Kingsgate, 
Thanet. Died Jan. 20, 1934, at Wimbledon. (Charterhouse 
Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; Peile, 11. 789; Who -was Who; The 
Times, Jan. 22, 1934.) . 

GLEN, REGINALD CUNNINGHAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Oct. 7, 1875. [2nd] s. of WiUiaui Cunningham, barrister. 
B. [Sept. 17, 1855], in London. School, Charterhouse. 
Matric. Michs. 1875; B.A. and LL.B. 1879; M.A. 1883. Adm. 
at the Middle Temple, .■\pr. 22, 1876. Called to the Bar, 
Nov. 17, 1879. On the North Eastern Circuit. Special 
Pleader. Enjoyed a considerable practice in matters con- 
nected with public health and local government. Major, Inns 
of Court Volunteers. Author, The London Building Act. 
Died May 11, 1909, at 112, Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park. 
Brother of Alexander ( 1 868) . (List of Carthusians ; Law Lists ; 
Peile, II. 644; Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, May 13, 
1909.) 

GLEN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 3, 1852. 
Of Lancashire. [S. of George, of 62, Parliament Street, 
Liverpool. School, Royal Institution.] Matric. Michs. 1852; 
Scholar, 1853; B.A. (24;/; Wrangler) 1856; M.A. 1859. Ord. 
deacon (Chester) 1857; priest, 1858; C. of Bunbury, Cheshire, 
1857-61. C. of Marsh-Gibbon, Bucks., 1861-2. C. of 
Stewkley, 1862-8. C. of E. Claydon, 1868-9. C. of Mortlake, 
1869-91. Died there Dec. 27, 1891, aged 57. [Crockford; 
The Guardian, Jan. 6, 1892.) 

GI.ENCONNER, Baron, see TENNANT, EDWARD PRIAULX 

(1878). 

GLENCROSS, ERNEST HENRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Oct. 8, 1863. S. of Jojin (1820), R. of Helland, near Bodmin. 
B. there [Aug. 17, 1844]. School, Cheltenham College. 
Matric. Michs. 1863; B.A. 1867; M.A. 1883. Ord. deacon 
(Exeter) 1868; priest (Rochester) 1870; C. of Morval, Corn- 
wall, 1868-70; V. there, 1876-1914. C. of Lanreath, 1870-3. 
V. of St Veep, 1873-6. J. P. for Cornwall. Resided latterly 
at Devonport. Died Sept. 16, 1940, aged 96, at Liskeard, 
Cornwall. {Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; Burke, L.G., 1939; Peile, 
II. 579; Crockford; The Times, Sept. 19, 1940.) 

GLENCROSS, JAMES HICKES. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Mar. 29, 1849. S. of James. B. [Dec. 16, 1830], at Stoke 
Damerel, Devon. Matric. Michs. 1849; B.A. 1853. Ord. 
deacon (Exeter) 1853; priest, 1855; C. of Bodmin, Cornwall, 
1853-9. R. of Helland, 1859-81. Died there Mar. 30, 1S81. 
Father of the next. (Burke, L.G., 1939, which gives 'died 
Apr. 5, 1881'; Peile, u. 510; Crockford; The Guardian, 
Apr. 13, i88i.) 

GLENCROSS, JAMES REGINALD MORSHEAD. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, June 30, 1896. S. of James Hickes (above), of 
Colquit, Washaway, Cornwall [R. of Helland]. B. there 
[Jan. 27, 1878]. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899; M.A. 1903; 
LL.B. 1904. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, May 17, 1905. 
Antiquary and genealogist. Assistant Secretary in Oflice of 
Arms, Dublin Castle, 1900-3. Became a Roman Catholic, 
1910. Described himself as the only 'Popish Recusant' in 
existence, as he had tendered to the angUcan Bishop of 
Truro the Declaration of the reign of Charles II against 
Transubstantiation, and by his refusal of this the advowson 
of the rectory of Helland became vested in the University of 
Oxford. Editor, Administrations of Prerogative Court of 



Glennie, Alfred Henry 

Canterbury; Calendar of Ardideaconry of Cornwall; London 
Marriage Licences. Latterly of Mere, Wilts. Died June 2, 
1944, after a street accident. {Catholic Who's Who; Burke, 
L.O., 1939; Law Lists; The Times, June 7, 1944.) 

GLENCROSS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 27, 1820. 
Of Cornwall. [S. and h. of Josiah, of Liskeard. B. 1796. 
School, Blundell's, Tiverton.] Matric. Lent, 1821; B.A. 
1825. Ord. deacon, 1824; priest, 1825; C. of Helland, 
Cornwall, -1841; R. there, 1842-59. Married Anna, dau. of 
Nicholas Every. Died Mar. 14, 1859. Father of Ernest H. 
(1S63). (Blundell's Sch., 'Tiverton, Reg.; Burke, L.G., 1939; 
Boase, Coll. Cornub.; Clergy List; Crockford.) 

GLENDENNING, FRYER BAYLY. Adm. pens, at Caius, 
Dec. 20, 1845. S. of Fryer, shipowner [master mariner]. 
B. [Mar. 12, 1828], at Bethnal Green. School, Merchant 
Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 1846. Lived at Starcross, Devon, 
where he died c. 1880. (Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg. ('Glen- 
dinning'); Venn, 11. 273.) 

GLENDENNING, JOHN WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 2, 1899. Of Durham. S. of John, of 4, Grant 
Street, Liverpool. B. Oct. 12, 1879, at Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
School, Liverpool College. Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902; 
M.A. 1906. Ord. deacon (Liverpool) 1902; priest, 1903; C. of 
St Timothy, Everton, Lanes., 1902-4. C. of St Bride's, 
Liverpool, 1904-6. C. of St M., Grassendale, 1906-8. C. of 
St Barnabas, Warrington, 1908-10. C. of Holy Trinity, 
Wavertree, 1910-12. V. of St Thomas's, St Helens, 1912-34. 
V. of Earlestown, 1934-47-. Hon. Canon of Liverpool, 
1936-7-. (Crockford.) 

GLENELG, sec GRANT, CHARLES (1795)- 

GLENFIELD, FRANCIS WILLIAM SEEDS. Matric. Non-Coil. 
Easter, 1888. Adm. (age 20) at Jesus, Oct. 1888. [Probably 
s. of Francis, Esq., of Waterloo, near Liverpool. B. Jan. 27, 

1869, at Claughton, Cheshire. School, Cheltenham College.] 
(Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; left, 18S8.) 

GLENIE, OWEN SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peter- 
house, July I, 1828. Of Bedfordshire. S. of J. M. S., Arch- 
deacon of Colombo. Matric. Michs. 1829; Scholar. M.A. 
(Lambeth) 1849. Ord. deacon (London) June 2, 1833. Chap- 
Iain at St Paul's, Colombo, 1834. Archdeacon of Kandy, 

1870. Chaplain at Trincomalee, 1840. Retired, 1871. 
(Colonial Office.) 

GLENN, CECIL HAYWARD. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1893. 
S. and h. of Robert George (next). Recorder of Croydon. 

B. Feb. 23, 1874, at South Norwood. School, Tonbridge. 
Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896; B.C. 1901; M.B. 1902. At 
Guy's Hospital; House Surgeon, 1900-1. Resident Surgeon, 
R. Berks. Hospital, and Croydon General Hospital. In 
practice at Haywards Heath, Sussex, 1906-43-. Medical 
Officer for Haywards Heath Dist. (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; 
Medical Directories.) 

GLENN, ROBERT GEORGE. .'Vdm. pens, (age 19) at Magda- 
lene, June 22, 1861. [Only] s. of Robert [music master at 
Christ's Hospital and great-grandson of Charles Wesley], of 
Chandos House, S. Norwood, London. B. June 5, 1842. 
School, Christ's Hospital. Matric. Michs. 1861; Scholar, 
1861-5; LL.B. 1865. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 29, 
1864. Called to the Bar, June ii, 1867. .Adm. at the Middle 
Temple, barrister, ad eundem, Nov. 14, 1867. Recorder (the 
first) of Croydon, 1889-1900. J. P., 1889. Founder of The 
Norwood Post. Married, Oct. 12, 1871, Eleanor, dau. of 
Harry Hayward, Esq., of WUsford, Wilts. Author, A Manual 
of Laws affecting medical men. Of Coombe Hill House, 
Croydon, and i, Harcourt Buildings, Temple, E.C. Died 
Dec. 8, 1900, at Croydon. Father of the above. (Christ's 
Hospital Reg.; Scott, MSS., which, with Boase, gives 'b. 
June 5, 1843'; Who was Who; Boase, v. 424; Foster, Men 
cU the Bar; Law Lists; Tlie Times, Dec. 11, 1900.) 

GLENNIE, ALEXANDER. Matric. from King's, 1824. Migrated, 
sizar (age 20) to Trinity, Apr. 12, 1824. S. of William. B. at 
Dulwich, London. School, Sandgate, Kent (Mr Glennie). 
B.A. 1828; M.A. 1831. 

GLENNIE, ALFRED HENRY. \Am. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 5, 
1861. S. of John David (1814), clerk, of 51, Green Street, 
Grosvenor Square, London. B. [Oct. 13], 1842, in London. 
School, Marlborough College. Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 
1866; M.A. 1869. Ord. deacon (Carlisle) i866; priest, 1867; 

C. of Kirkby-Lonsdale, Westmorland, 1866-8. Succentor of 
Chichester, 1868-78 and 1892-3. Priest-vicar of Chichester, 
1868-1926. Chaplain and Precentor of Trinity College, 1871. 
C. of E. Lavant, 1871-80. V. of Mid-Lavant, 1873-80. R. of 
Tangmere, 1880-97. R. of E. Lavant with Mid-Lavant, 
1897-1926. Died Feb. 8, 1926, at St Martin's House, 
Chichester. Brother of John D. (1844). (Marlborough Coll. 
Reg.; Al. Oxon.; Crockford; The Times, Feb. 11, 1926.) 



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GLENNIE, benjamin. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 13, 1842. 
S. of William, LL.D. B. [Jan. 29, 1812], at Dulwich. Matrjc. 
Michs. 1843; B..\. 1847. Previously at King's College, 
London. Ord. deacon (Bp of Newcastle, Queensland), 1848; 
priest, 1849; V. of Moreton Bay, Queensland, .\ustralia, 
1848-50. Incumbent of Darling Downs, 1848-60. V. of 
Warwick, 1860-72. Archdeacon of Brisbane, 1863-86. V. of 
Drayton, 1872-6. V. of Toowong, 1876-7. ist Hon. Canon 
of St John's Pro-Cathedral, Brisbane, 1886. Married Mary 
Brougham. Died .Apr. 30, 1900, aged 88, at Brisbane. 
Brother of Arthur, the landscape-painter, and the next. 
(Scott, MSS.; Crockford; Peile, 11. 478; Boase, v. 426; The 
Guardian, June 20, 1900.) 

GLENNIE, JOHN DAVID. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, 
Oct. 22, 1814. S. of WiUiam. B. [1795], at Dulwich, London. 
School, Dulwich Grove (Dr Glennie). Matric. Michs. 1815; 
Scholar, 1818; B.A. 1819; M.A. 1823. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
Mar. 3, 1822; priest (Litt. dim. from Canterbury) Sept. 1822; 
P.C. of Sandgate Chapel, Folkestone, 1822-35. Domestic 
Chaplain to the Earls of Darnley, 1824-33. Minister of 
St M.'s Chapel, Park Street, Grosvenor Square, London, 
1835-6. Secretary of the Clergy Orphan Corporation, 1841-61, 
and of S.P.C.K., 1842-69. Treasurer of French Protestant 
Eccles. Committee. Lived latterly at 51, Green Street, 
Grosvenor Square, London, where he died Nov. 4, 1874. 
Father of the next and of Alfred H. (1861); brother of the 
above. (Cant. Act Bk. •,'Pos\.fir, Index Eccles.; Boase, v. 424; 
Crockjord; The Guardian, Nov. 11, 1874.) 

GLENNIE, JOHN DAVID. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 21, 
1844. S. and h. of John David (above). B. Apr. 18, 1825, 
at Sandgate, Kent. School, King's, Canterbury. Matric. 
Michs. 1844; Tancred student, 1846; B.A. 1848; M.A. 1851. 
Adm. ad eundem at Oxford, Mar. 17, 1859. Ord. deacon 
(Canterbury) 1849; priest, 1850; C. of Pestling, Kent, 
1849-51. C. of Lyminge, 1851-3. Diocesan Inspector, 
J-ondon, 1853-7. H.M. Inspector for London and Middlesex, 
1857-8; for Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex, 1858-60. C. of 
Blore-Ray, Staffs., i86i-g. V. of Croxton, near Eccleshall, 
1869-1903. Author, Hints from an Inspector of Schools. 
Died Jan. 7, 1903, at Croxton. Brother of Alfred H. (1861). 
(Peile, II. 489; Cant. Act Bk.; Crockford; Al. Oxon., which 
confuses him with Benjamin (1842); The Times, Jan. 12, 
1903.) 

GLENNIE, WILLIAM HOBSON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 7, 
1858. S. of John Irving [proctor and notary of Doctors' 
Commons, London]. B. [Jan. 25], 1841, in London. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1859; B.A. 1863; M.A. 1866. Solicitor. 
Resided in Devonshire Street, London. (Eton Sch. Lists.) 

GLENNY, GEORGE CROSFIELD. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 
1897. [Youngest] s. of James, manufacturer, of Bucklands, 
Hawick. B. Feb. 24, 1878, at Melrose. School, Loretto. 
Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A, and LL.B. 1900. Sheep-farmer at 
Hawke's Bay, New Zealand. (Loretto Sch. Reg. (George 
'Campbell'); Pembroke Coll. Reg.) 

GLENNY, HENRY QUINN. Adm. at Clare, July 11, 1898. 
[S. of WiUiam Henry, Esq., Madras CivU Service, of Chel- 
tenham, Gloucs. B. Aug. II, 1879.] School, Cheltenham 
College (exhibitioner, 1897). Matric. Michs. 1898. Served in 
the South African War, 1900-2 ; enlisted as a private in the 
Imperial Yeomanry (7th Leics. Company); Lieut. (1901). 
Lieut., South African Constabulary, 1902-4; resigned. 
Joined the Northern Nigerian Police, as District Superin- 
tendent, 1904-, Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (.-Assistant 
Resident, N. Nigeria). Died Nov. 18, 1914, of wounds 
received in action at Gazubu, Cameroons. (Cheltenham Coll. 
Reg.; Univ. War List; Scott, MSS.; The Times, Nov. 24, 
1914.) 

GLENTON, LAURENCE ROBERT. Matric. from Cavendish H., 
Michs. 1890. Adm. at Downing, June 6, 1892. 

GLOSSOP, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 19, 
1805. Of Middlesex. Re-adm. Fell. -Com. Dec. 2, 1807. 
[Probably s. of Francis, merchant, of Isleworth, and Ann 
Gapper, of Henstridge, Somerset, who had issue, four sons, 
of whom only Henry (1799) is mentioned in Burke, L.G.] 
Perhaps same as next. 

GLOSSOP, CHARLES. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Magdalene, Mar. 
26, 1808. Matric. Easter, 1808; B.A. 1811. R. of Road with 
Woolverton, Somerset, 1812-74-. Disappears from Crockford, 
1876. See also the above. 

GLOSSOP, CHARLES HENRY JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 16, 1883. S. of George Goodwin Pownall (1845), clerk, 
of Newland House, Twickenham, Middlesex. B. [July 25, 
1864], at East Deane (sic), Sussex. Schools [St Edward's, 
Oxford and] St Mark's, Windsor (Mr Hawtrey). Matric. 
Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886; M.A. 1890. Ord. deacon (York) 
1888; priest (Worcester) 1S89; C. of St Paul's, Middlesbrough, 
1888. C. of Polesworth, Warws., 1888-92. V. of Kirk 



Gloucester, William Frederick, Duke of 

Leatham, Yorks., 1892-1901. R. of Brympton d'Evercy, 
Somerset, 1901-15. R. of Lufton, 1906-15. Lived latterly 

at Bournemouth, where he died Dec. 18, 1937. (St Edward's 
Sch., Oxford, Roll; Who's Who in Herts.; Crockford; The 
Times, Dec. 20, 1937.) 

GLOSSOP, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Sept. 14, 

181 2 [and Fell. -Com. Nov. II, 1812]. Of London. [Probably 
s. of Francis, merchant, of Isleworth, Middlesex.] Matric. 
Michs. 1812; B..\. 1817. Ord. deacon (Bristol) May 25, i8i6; 
priest (Bath and Wells) 1817. R. of West Dean with East 
Griinstead, Wilts. , 1839-61. Married Louisa Y'eatman. Died 
.\pr. 16, 1861, aged 73. Brother of Henry (1799) and pro- 
bably of Charles (1805). (Foster, Index Eccles.; Crockford; 
G. .Mag., 1861, I. 583.) 

GLOSSOP, FRANCIS HENRY NEWLAND. Adm. pens, at 
Peterhouse, May 20, 1S35. S. [and h.] of the Rev. Henry 
(1799), V. of Isleworth, Middlesex. B. Apr. 14, 1815. Matric. 
Michs. 1835; B.A. 1839; M-A. 1842. .-Vdm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
Jan. 8, 1838. Called to the Bar, May 2, 1842. Equity 
Draftsman and Conveyancer. Of Silver Hall, Isleworth, 
Middlesex. J. P. and D.L. Chairman of Brentford Petty 
Sessions, 1862-85. Married, Feb. 12, 1850, Anne Fish, dau. 
of Henry Pownall, of Spring Grove, Isleworth, and had issue. 
Died Jan. 1886. Brother of George G. P. (next) and John J. 
(1836). (Lazu Lists; T. A. Walker, 451; Burke, L.G., 1925; 
Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

GLOSSOP, GEORGE GOODWIN POWNALL. Adm. pens, (age 
18) at Trinity, Apr. 9, 1845. [3rd] s. of Henry (1799), clerk. 

B. [Apr. 23, 1827], at Isleworth, Middlesex. School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1845; B..-\. 1849; M..-\. 1852. Ord. deacon 
(Oxford) 1852; priest, 1853; C. of Holy Trinity, Windsor. 

C. of St John's, Woodlands, Isleworth, 1859. R. of West 
Dean, Wilts. , 1861-5. V. of Twickenham, Middlesex, 1865- 
74. Married (i) Mar)', dau. of James Morrison, of Basildon 
Park, Berks., M.P., and had issue a dau.; (2) July, 1862, 
Eliza Maria, dau. of Capt. TroUopc. Died Apr. 23, 1874. 
Brother of John J. (1836), etc. ; father of Charles H. J. (1883) 
and Vice-Admiral J. C. T., for whom see Who was Wlw, 
1929-40. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Burke, L.G., 1939; 
Scott, MSS.) 

GLOSSOP, HENRY. Adm. (age iS) at Pe.mbroke, Oct. 30, 1799. 
S. [and h.] of Francis, merchant, of London. [B. Dec. 17, 
1780.] School, Blackheath, Kent (Mr Webster). Migrated 
to Trinity, Oct. 17, 1800. Matric. Michs. 1800. Migrated to 
Corpus Christi, Mar. 26, 1S02; Scholar; B.A. 1804; M.A. 
1807. Ord. deacon (London, Litt. dim. from Peterb.) June 19, 
1805; priest (London) Dec. 22, 1805. R. of West Dean with 
East Grimstead, Wilts., i8ii-2i. V. of Isleworth, Middlesex, 
1821-55. Married, Aug. 11, 1814, Charlotte, dau. of Richard 
Newland, of Westergate, Sussex. Lived latterly at Silver 
Hall, Isleworth. Died Aug. 21, 1869. Father of Francis H. N. 
(1835), George G. P. (1845) and John J. (next); brother of 
Francis (1812) and probably of Charles (1805). (Walford, 
Co. Fam.; Foster, Index Eccles.; Burke, L.G., 1939; 
Northants. Clergy, which gives 'of Christ's College, Cam- 
bridge.') 

GLOSSOP, JOHN JAMES. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Apr. 16, 
1836. [2nd] s. of Henry (above), V. of Isleworth, Middlesex. 
B. 1816 [June 16 (E.G.)]. Matric. Michs. 1836. Of Inwood, 
Henstridge, Somerset. J. P. for Somerset, Dorset and 
Middlesex. Lieut. -Col., 3rd Middlesex Regt. Married, Dec. 12, 
1848, Harriet Eliza, dau. of Col. S. Coote Martin, Grenadier 
Guards, and had issue. Died Jan. g, 1S86. Brother of George 
G. P. (1845), etc. (T. .4. Walker, 454; Burke, L.G., 1939.) 

GLOSTER, JOHN CLERKE. .Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. i, 
1888. S. of Mrs Gloster, of Passage West, Co. Cork, Ireland. 
[School, Midleton College, Cork.] Matric. Michs. 1888. 
.\ppointed to I.C.S., 1888; arrived in India, Nov. 15, 1890; 
served in Bombay as .Assistant Collector and magistrate; 
2nd .Assistant, Jan. 1897. (I.C.S. List, 1900; not in 1910.) 

GLOUCESTER, H.R.H. Prince WILLIAM FREDERICK, Duke 

of. .Adm. nobleman (age 12, sic) at Trinity, Nov. 17, 1787. 
[Only] s. of H.R.H. Prince WilUam Henry, Duke of Glou- 
cester [ist of the latest creation]. B. [Jan. 15, 1776, at Teodolf 
Palace, Rome]. Matric. Michs. 1787; M.A. 1790; Hon. LL.D. 
1796. Chancellor of the University, 1811-34. F.R.S., 1797- 
Styled Prince WilUam of Gloucester until his father's death, 
Aug. 25, 1805, when he succeeded to the dukedom of 
Gloucester and Edinburgh and to the earldom of Connaught. 
Entered the Army, 1789; Col., ist Regt. of Foot Guards. 
Served in Flanders; Commanded 115th Regt. ; Major-General, 
1795; Col., 6th Foot; Commanded a Brigade in the expedi- 
tion to the Helder, 1799; Lieut. -General, 1799; Col., 3rd 
Foot, 1806; General, 180S; Field-Marshal, 1816. K.G., 1794. 
P.C, 1S06. G.C.B., 1815. G.C.H., 1816. Ranger of Bagshot 
Walk, 1798. Governor of Portsmouth, 1827. Crown Trustee 
of British Museum, 1833. Advocated rights of negroes in 



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Glover, Arnold 

parliament and as president of African Institution. Sup- 
ported Catholic emancipation, but opposed the Reform Bill 
of 1831-2. 'His intellectual powers were by no means of a 
high order.' Married, July 23, 1816, his ist cousin, Mary, 
4th dau. of King George III. Died s.p. Nov. 30, 1834. 
Buried in St George's Chapel, Windsor. {D.N.B.; G. Mag., 
1794, I- 375; 1816, 11. 78; 1835, I. 86; G.E.C.) 

GLOVER, ARNOLD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 21, 1883. 
S. of Robert Reaveley, of Crockhain House, Edenbridge, 
Kent. B. [June 2], 1865, in London. Educated at University 
College, London, and at St Andrews University. Matric. 
Michs. 1883; B.A. and LL.B. 1886; M.A. 1893. CaUed to the 
Bar, Inner Temple, June 10, 1891. Conveyancer, but never 
practised. Had a profound knowledge of Enghsh hterature 
of the i8th and early 19th centuries. Pubhshed in the 
Temple Classics an edition of Boswell's Journal of a Tour in 
the Hebrides and Life of Johnson, and, with A. R. Waller, 
Hazlitt's Complete Works. At his death had in preparation 
a complete edition of the Works of Beaumont and Fletcher 
for the University Press. His abundant Notes to these works 
contain much valuable information. A prominent member 
of the Saville Club. 'A man of wide culture, broad sym- 
pathies, and remarkable sweetness of disposition and chann 
of manner.' Of 10, Leonard Place, Kensington, where he 
died Jan. 20, 1905. (Law Lists; Scott, MSS.; The Times, 
Jan. 24, 1905.) 

GLOVER, ARTHUR FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Sx John's, 
Oct. 20, 1882. [Eldest] s. of Frederick [A.], schoolmaster 
[and Mary Anne]. B. [Jan. S, 1864], at West Pennard, 
Somerset. School, Sedbergh (Mr H. G. Hart). Matric. Michs. 
1882; Exhibitioner; B.A. 1885. Assistant Master at Dor- 
chester Grammar School, 1887-go; at Lambrook School, 
Bracknell, Berks., 1891-4. Engaged in .Array coaching in 
1909. Head Master of Caistor Grammar School, Lines., 
1896-1904. (Sedbergh Sch. Reg., which gives 's. of Frederick 
Augustus, R. of Withern, Alford, Lines.,' who was inspector 
of schools for dio. of Lines., 1877-1907; Schoolmasters' 
Directories.) 

GLOVER, BRIGHT. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 22, 1810. 
Of Middlesex. S. of Richard (? 1763). School, Westminster. 
Matric. Michs. 1810; Scholar. Migrated to Peterhouse, 
Dec. 18, 181 1 ; B..\. 1814; M.A. 1817. In Holy Orders. Died 
Jan. 25, 1830, in Jersev. (Record of Old Westminsters, supp.; 
T. .4. Walker, 386; G.'Mag., 1830, i. 570.) 

GLOVER, EDWARD. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Queens', Oct. 9, 
1781. Of Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1781. Migrated to Em- 
manuel, Dec. 21, 1781; B.A. 1786; M.A. 1789. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Sept. 25, 1785; priest, Dec. 24, 1786; C. of Earl 
Framlingham, Norfolk, 1785. R. of Hampnett with Stowell, 
Gloucs., 1809-15. (Foster, Index Eccles.) 

GLOVER, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Caius, Oct. 5, 
1836. S. of the Ven. George, .Archdeacon of Sudbury (for 
■whom see Al. Oxon.). B. at South Repps, Norfolk. School, 
N. Walsham (Rev. W. Rees). Matric. Michs. 1836. Resided 
three terms. Died July 6, 1839. (Venn, 11. 238.) 

GLOVER, EDWARD. .\dm. pens, (age 21) at Jesus, June 10, 
1845. Of Devon. S. of John Octavius, Lieutenant, C.C. 

B. at Limerick. Matric. Michs. 1845; Prizeman; B.A. 1849; 
M.A. 1852. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1851; priest, 1852; 

C. of Frankley, Worcs., 185 1-4. Miss. Chaplain at Cape Town, 
S. Africa, 1854-6. R. of Schonberg, 1856-8. Warden of 
Kaffraria College, Cape Town, 1858-69. R. and .•\rchdeacon 
of Georgetown, 1869-72. C. of Calbourne, Isle of Wight, 
1874-6. V. of Christ Church, Wolverhampton, 1877-80. 
V. of Denton, Suffolk, 1880-6. V. of Whittlesford, Cambs., 
1886-91. Lived latterly at 20, West Mall, CUfton, Bristol. 
Died Dec. 17, 1894, in Wimpole Street, London. Brother of 
John (1842) and George (1852). (Crockford; The Standard, 
Dec. 20 and 21, 1894.) 

GLOVER, FREDERICK BEAUMONT. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Jan. 14, 1887. [Youngest] s. of Septimus Jonathan, ship- 
owner, of Highbury, London [and EUzabeth Ann Briggs]. 
B. [Nov. 17, 186S], at Seaton Carew, Durham. School, 
University College, London (Mr H. Eve). Matric. Michs. 
1887; B.A. 1890; M.A. 1894. Of II, Arkwright Road, 
Hampstead, where he died June 10, 1929. (Vniv. Coll. Sch. 
List; Scott, A/SS.; The Times, June 12, 1929.) 

GLOVER, FREDERICK BLUNDELL. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
July 3, 1852. S. of Henry, attoruey-at-law, of Little Bolton, 
Lanes. B. Mar. 10, 1833, at St George's, Bolton. School, 
Bolton Grammar (Mr D. J. Hodgson, M.A.). Matric. Michs. 
1852; Scholar, 1855; B.A. 1856; M..A. 1S59. Ord. deacon 
(Manchester) 1857; priest, 1858. R. of Capenhurst, Cheshire, 
1865-90. Lived latterly at 32, Cavendish Drive, Rock Ferry, 
and disappears from Crockford, 1913. 



Glover, John 
glover, frederick [robert augustus]. adm. feu.- 

Com. (age 29) at Peterhouse, Apr. 6, 1829. [S. of John, 
Col. commandant of volunteers, of Bath. B. there Apr. 4, 
1800. Educated at Sandhurst. Entered the Army; Ensign, 
1st Foot, 1819; Lieut., 2nd W. India Regt., 1824; Capt., 
69th Foot, 1826-8.] Matric. Easter, 1829; B.A. 1833; M.A. 
1837. Of Hertford Bridge, Hants., and of Steepleton, near 
Dorchester, in 1834. C. of Gateley, Hants. C. of Winterboume- 
Abbas, Dorset, in 1837. R. of Charlton-in-Dover, Kent, 
1837-45. Consular Chaplain at Cologne, July 18, 1853; 
retired on pension, Jan. 1, 1866. Lived latterly at Shepton 
Mallet, Somerset. Invented an ambulance car for conveying 
the wounded off the field of battle, which was adopted by 
the Emperor Louis Napoleon. Patented Glover's anchor 
falls, used in R.N. and merchant service, and an instrument 
for measurement of angles. Member, Royal Thames Yacht 
Club. Author, The Patriarchate of Britain; Figntentum Papale; 
The Fruits of Endoirments; The Polymeter or Quintant, etc. 
Died Aug. 25, 1881, at Brading vicarage, Ryde, where John 
(1842) was v., and which Boase wrongly describes as 'the 
residence of his son John.' (7. A. Walker, 437; Cant. Act 
Bk.; Foster, Index Eccles.; Crockford; Boase, v. 425.) 

GLOVER, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 28, 1852. 
S. of John Octavius, Col. in the Army. B. [Sept. 18, 1832], 
at Penzance. Matric. Michs. 1852; Scholar, 1854; B.A. 1857; 
M.A. i860. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1858; priest, 1859; 
C. of Benfleet with Canvey Island, Essex, 1858-60. C. of 
Tisbury, Wilts., 1860-1. C. of Enmore Green, Dorset, 
1861-6 and 1S68-71. Warden (pro tern.) of Kaffraria College, 
Cape Town, 1866-8. V. of Bourton, Dorset, 1871-96. Dio- 
cesan School Inspector, 1880-96. Lived latterly at 55, 
Church Road, St Leonards-on-Sea, where he died Mar. 5, 
1919. Brother of John (1842) and Edward (1845). (Peile, 
II. 525; Crockford; The Times, Mar. 7, 1919.) 

GLOVER, HULBERT EDWARD TOONE. Adm. at Clare, 
June 7, 1879. Matric. Michs. 1879; B..'^. 1883; M.A. 1907. 

GLOVER, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 7, 1879. 
Of Lancashire. S. of James, of 95, Upper Stanhope Street, 
Liverpool. B. Mar. 30, 1859, at Liverpool. Schools, Overton 
Collegiate and Liverpool College. Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 
1883; M.A. 1886. Of Lowton House, Lowton, Lanes., in 
1942. Died there Dec. 28, 1943. (C.U . Pari. Reg.; The Times, 
Dec. 31, 1943.) 

GLOVER, JAMES ALISON. Adm. sizar at St John's, .\pr. 14, 
1894. S. of James Grey, doctor of medicine, of London [and 
Mary MuUer]. B. Feb. 21, 1876, at Highbury. School, 
St Paul's, Kensington (exhibitioner, 1893). Matric. Michs. 
1894; B.A. 1897; B.C. 1901; M.B. and M..A. 1902; .M.D. 1905. 
At Guy's Hospital. M.R.C.P., 1927. F.R.C.P., 1933. House 
Surgeon at Guy's and at the Middlesex Hospital. Served in 
S. .African War with C.I.V., 1900. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Capt., R.A.M.C: Malta and France; O.B.E., 1919). 
C.B.E., 1941. Milroy Lecturer, R. College of Physicians, 
1930. Lecturer in Physic, Gresham College, 1935-8. Senior 
Medical Officer, Board of Education. Deputy Senior Medical 
Officer, Ministry of Health. .Author, Reports to Medical 
Research Council and to Ministry of Health. Of Highlands, 
Gravel Lane, Berkhamsted, in 1943. (St Paul's Sch. Reg.; 
Medical Directories; Univ. War List; Burke, O.B.E. Bk.; 
Who's Who, 1943.) 

GLOVER, JAMES DAVID. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Magdalene, 
Oct. 15, 1788. S. of David, of London. [B. Sept. 14, 1771.] 
School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 1789; B.A. 1793; 
M.A. 1796. R. ofSapperton and Haceby, Lines., 1816-32. 
Died Mar. 9, 1832. Buried at Pickworth. M.I. there. Father 
of the next. (Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Foster, Index 
Eccles.; Monson, Lines. Church Notes.) 

GLOVER, JAMES DAVID. Adm. sizar at St John's, Apr. 27, 
1819. S. of James David (above), R. of Haceby-cum- 
Sapperton, Lines. B. July 6, 1799, at Rearsby, Leics. Matric. 
Michs. 1819; B.A. 1823; M.A. 1826. C. of St Mary's and 
St Gabriel's, Binbrook, Lines., -1841-2. V. of E. Halton, 
1842-54. Died Nov. 9, 1854. (Camb. Chron., Nov. 25, 1S54.) 

GLOVER, JAMES IRVING. Matric. Non-Coil. Easter, 1897. 
Mus.B. 1901. F.R.C.O. Organist of All Saints', Wilden. 
Conductor, Kidderminster Choral Society. (Diet, of Organs 
and Organists, 345.) 

GLOVER, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, July 16, 1779. 

GLOVER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, Sept. i, 1791. 
S. of PhUip, farmer, of Sedgeford, Norfolk. B. at Creake, 
Norfolk. Schools, Wells and Holt (Mr Adkins). Scholar, 
1 79 1-5; matric. Michs. 1792; B.A. 1796. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Sept. 24, 1797; priest, Aug. 31, iSoo; R. of Ston- 
ham Parva, Suffolk, 1803-16. V. of Freiston with Butter- 
wick, Lines., 1816-37. R. of Rand with Fulnetby, 1830-7. 
Died Dec. 28, 1837, at Freiston. Father of John (next). 
(Venn, 11. 123; Foster, Index Eccles.) 



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GLOVER, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, Feb. 17, 1821. 
Re-adm. Nov. 29, 1824, and again, 1825. S. of John (above), 
V. of Freiston-cum-Butter\vick, Lines. B. at New Bucken- 
ham, Norfolk. Ord. deacon, Dec. 19, 1824; priest, May 21, 
1826. Succeeded his father as R. of Rand with Fulnetby, 
Lines., 1837-54. Disappears from Clergy List, 1855. (Foster, 
Index Eccles.) 

GLOVER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age ig) at Trinity, June 28, 
1842. S.of JohnOctavius. B. at Waterford, Ireland. Matric. 
Michs. 1842; Scholar, 1844; B.A. {18th Wrangler) 1846; 
M.A. 1849. College Chaplain, 1851-60; Librarian, 1858-63. 
Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1849; priest (Cork) May 26, 1850; 
C. of Hollymound, Co. Down, 1849; ' P.C. there, 1852-6.' 
C. of Trumpington, Cambs., 1853. V. of Brading, Isle of 
Wight, 1862-84. Died July 5, 1884, at Bourton vicarage, 
Dorset. Sec note under Frederick R. A. (1829), whom Boase 
alleges to be his father. Brother of George (1852), and 
Edward (1845). (Crockford; H. B. Swanzy; The Guardian, 
July 9, 1884.) 

GLOVER, JOHN HENRY. Adm. sub-sizar at Trinity, Oct. 5, 
1889. S. of John Crofts, of Snarestone, Atherstone, War- 
wicks. B. there [Mar. 27], 1870. School, .\ppleby Grammar, 
Leics. (Mr Bamber). Matric. Michs. 188^; B.A. (30!^ 
Wrangler) 1892; M.A. 1906. .Assistant Master at Birkenhead 
School, 1892-9; at .Aldenham School, 1900-8. Head Master 
of Rhos-on-Sea prep, school in 1918. Of Smallwood Manor 
prep, school, Uttoxeter. Died there -Aug. 20, 1937. {School- 
tnasters' Directories; The Times, Aug. 23, 1937.) 

GLOVER, JOHN HULBERT. Adm. pens, at Clare, Apr. 20, 
1839. [S. of John Hulbert, librarian of Buckingham Palace 
(for whom see Boase). B. 1821. School, St Paul's.] Matric. 
Michs. 1839; B.A. (Class. Trip., ist Class) 1843; M..-\. 1846. 
Fellow, 1843. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1849; priest, 1851. Member 
of brotherhood of St Kath. Royal Hospital, 1854-1912. V. of 
Kingsthorpe, Northants., 1856-84. .Author, Kingsthorpiana. 
Died Feb. 9, 1912, aged 91. (St Paul's Sch. Reg.; Northants. 
Clergy; Clergy List; Crockford; The Times, Feb. 12, 1912.) 

GLOVER, JOSEPHUS. Adm. sizar at St John's, Jan. 27, 1844. 
S. of Thomas, spinner, of Bolton, Lanes. B. at Bolton-le- 
Moors. Bapt. May 4, 1823. Matric. Michs. 1844; Scholar, 
1847; B.A. {6th Wrangler) 1848; M.A. 185 1; B.D. 1861; D.D. 
1867. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1853; priest (Bath and Wells) 1854. 
Vice- Principal and Head .Master of Grosvenor College and C. 
of Queen Square Chapel, Bath, 1856. Head Master of Lans- 
downe and Bath Proprietary College, 1857-75. Principal of 
University College, Bath, 1868-75. V. of Alderton, Wilts., 
1875-99- Died Mar. 3, 1900, aged 76, at Bournemouth. 
{Clergy List; Crockford; The Times, Mar. 6, 1900.) 

GLOVER, LEWIS GLADSTONE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 

May I, 1886. [Youngest] s. of John, shipowner, of Highgate 
[and Louisa Moser]. B. .^pr. 11, 1868, in London. Schools, 
CholmJey, Highgate and University College, London. Matric. 
Michs. 1886; B..A.. 1889; (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class 1889); 
M.B. and B.C. 1892; M.A. 1893; M.D. 1895. Studied in 
Vienna. At St Bartholomew's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 
1892. House Surgeon, St Bartholomew's Hospital; at R. 
Hospital for Diseases of Chest, and at Victoria Hospital for 
Children, Chelsea. Clinical .Assistant, Brompton Hospital. 
Mayor of Hampstead, 1936-7. Residing at la, Netherhall 
Gardens, Hampstead, in 1945. (Scott, .V/SS.; Medical 
Directories.) 

GLOVER, OCTAVIUS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 23, 
1850. Of Pembrokeshire. [Perhaps s. of John Octavius.] 
Matric. Michs. 1850; Scholar; Crosse Scholar, 1854; B.A. 
{13th Wrangler) 1854; Tyr^vhitt Scholar, 1856; M.A. 1857; 
B.D. 1864. Fellow, 1856. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1856; priest, 
1857. Chaplain of H.M.S. Clio. Vice-Principal of Collegiate 
School, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, 1860-3. R. of 
Emmanuel Church, Loughborough, Leics., 1870-1905-. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1906. Author, A Short Treatise 
on Sin, etc. Perhaps brother of John (1842), Edward (1845) 
and George (1852). 

GLOVER, RICHARD, .-^dm. sizar at St John's, June 6, 1763. 
S. of John, gent., of Kirkby-Lonsdale, Westmorland. School, 
Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 1763; Scholar, 1766; B.A. 1767; 
M.A. 1771. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Mar. 15, 1767; priest, 
Sept. 20, 1767; C. of Whaplode Drove, Lines., 1767. One of 
these names (not of Oxford) was instituted R. of Salcott- 
Virley, Essex, June 24, 1778, and R. of Melbury Bubb, 
Dorset, Jan. 16, 1792; both livings were vacant in 1796. 
[A Rev. R. Glover was of Wispington, Lines., in 181 1.] 
Perhaps C. of St John-the EvangeUst, Westminster, 1802-5; 
V. of Dagenham, Essex, 1811-16, and Chaplain of St Mary's 
Hospital, Ilford, 1S14-24; if so, died June, 1824, at Ilford. 
Probably father of Bright (1810). {Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; 
St John's Coll. Adm., iii. 693; Foster, Index Eccles.; G. Mag., 
1824, 1. 573; J. P. Shawcross, A History of Dagenham, p. 88.) 



Glyn, Charles Thomas 

GLOVER, TERROT REAVELEY. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Jan. 27, 1888. S. of Richard, Baptist Minister, of CUfton, 
Bristol. B. July 23, 1869, at Bristol. School, Bristol Gram- 
mar. Matric. Michs. 1888; Browne Medal, 1890 and 1891; 
(Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1891; Pt II, ist Class, 1892); 
Porson Prize, 1891; B.A. 1891; Chancellor's Medal, 1892; 
M.A. 1895. Fellow, 1892-8 and 1901-43. University 
Lecturer in Ancient History, 191 1. Proctor, 1914-15 and 
1919-20. Orator, 1920-39: 'he can boast of having presented 
during his tenure of the Public Oratorship many eminent 
men, Admirals, Generals, Bishops and Senior Statesmen; 
the list culminates in six Prime Ministers, two Kings and 
one God ! (the Crown Prince of Japan).' Professor of Latin, 
Queen's University, Kingston, Canada, 1896-1901. Wilde 
Lecturer in Natural and Comparative ReUgion, Oxford, 
1917-21. Lowell Lecturer, Boston, U.S.A., 1922. Salter 
Professor of Classics, University of California, 1923. Don- 
nellan Lecturer, Trinity College, Dublin, 1932. President of 
the Baptist Union of Great Britain and Ireland, 1924. Hon. 
LL.D., Queen's University, 1910; McMaster University, 
Canada, 1917; Glasgow, 1930. Hon. D.D., St Andrews, 1921. 
Hon. Litt.D., Trinity College, Dublin, 1936. Author, Life 
and Letters in the Fourth Century; Studies in Virgil; The 
Conflict of Religions in the Early Roman Empire; The Jesus 
of History; From Pericles to Philip; Progress in Religion; 
Herodotus; Paul of Tarsus; Democracy in the Ancient World; 
Greek By-iSays; The Ancient World; Horace; The Disciple; 
The World of the New Testament; Cambridge Retrospect. 
Resided at 67, Glisson Road, Cambridge, where he died 
May 26, 1943. {The Times, May 27, 1943; Who's Who, 1943; 
Cambridge Review, June 8, 1939.) 

GLOVER, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Mar. 7, 1836; from University College, Oxford, whence he 
had matric. (age 18) June 5, 1S33. 2nd s. of George, R. of 
South Repps, Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1836; B..\. 1839. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) 1849; priest, 1850; C. of Flitcham, Norfolk, 
1850. C. and Chaplain of the Donative of St Mary's, Bungay, 
Suffolk, 1850-61. R. of Thomdon, 1861-72. Died Feb. 20, 
1872. Not mentioned as s. of George in Manchester Sch. Reg. 
{Al. Oxon.; Clergy List; Crockford, which confuses him with 
William, another O.xonian.) 

GLOVER, WILLIAM LOWDER. Matric. from Queens', >Uchs. 
1805. Previously matric. St Edmund Hall, Oxford, Dec. 4, 
1804, age 20. S. of John, of Bewdley, Worcs., gent. B.A. 
1809; M.A. i8i2. R. of Charmouth, Dorset, 1827-33. C. of 
St Werburgh, Bristol, and later (1828) C. of St John's, 
Bedminster, having the charge of St Paul's, Bedminster, 
which was then a chapel of ease, ist I. of St Paul's, 1831. 
Married, Jan. 19, 1814, Rebecca, dau. of .Mrs Cooke, of 
Bristol. Died Nov. 7, 1838, aged 54, at Bristol. (G. Mag., 
1838, u. 666; Al. Oxon.; Hutchtns, u. 226; C. R. Hudleston; 
Farley, Bristol Journal, Jan. 22, 1814; Foster, Index Eccles.) 

GLUBB, PETER. B.A., incorp. from Oxford, 1804; M.A. 1804. 
S. of John, clerk, of Bicton, Devon. Matric. (age 17) from 
E.xeter College, Oxford, June 27, 1787; B..\. (Oxford) 1792. 
R. of Langtree, Devon, 1795-1811. R. of Little Torrington, 
1803-52. R. of Clannaborough, 1827-52. J. P. for Devon. 
Died Dec. 21, 1852. {Cant. Act Bk.; Foster, Index Eccles.; 
Al. Oxon.) 

GLUBB, PETER SOUTHMEAD. .A.dm. pens, at Sidney, July 3, 
1847. A 'Ten-year man.' [Eldest] s. of Peter, barrister, of 
Liskeard, Cornwall. B. there Oct. 18, 1819. School, Liskeard 
Grammar. Matric. Lent, 1S57; B.D. {Stat. Eliz.) 1857. Ord. 
deacon (Exeter) 1848; priest, 1849; C. and Chaplain of 
Saltash, Cornwall, 1848-58. C. of Liskeard. C. of St Kew. 
V. of St Anthony-in-Meneage, 1858-85. Lived latterly at 
Keevor House, Falmouth, and disappears from Crockford, 
1893. 

GLUBB, THOMAS SLOCOMBE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Feb. 28, 1803. S. of J. W. [John Warren], gent., of Barn- 
staple, Devon. [B. at Bishop's Lydeard, Somerset.] School, 
Eton. Scholar, 1803; Matric. Michs. 1805. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, Nov. 9, 1805. Died at the Cape of Good Hope 'lately' 
July, 181 1. (Eton Sch. Lists; G. Mag. 1811, 11. 30.) 

GLYN, ARTHUR ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, 
Oct. 1, 188S. [5th] s. of Sir George P. Lewen (1829) [4th] Bart., 
V. of Ewell, Surrey [and Henrietta .\meha, dau. of Richard 
Carr Glyn]. B. [Aug. 5, 1870], at EweU. School, Radley. 
Matric. Michs. 1888; B..\. 1891. Two elder brothers had held 
the baronetcy before he succeeded as 7th Bart, in 1921. Of 
The Well House, Ewell, Surrey. Active in public affairs. 
Alderman of the County Council and J. P. President of the 
'Lest we Forget' .Association. Died Jan. 4, 1942. (Repton 
Sch. Reg. ; Burke, P. and B. ; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families ; 
Wlw's Wlw; The Times, Jan. 6, 1942.) 

GLYN, CHARLES THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
May 6, 1839. [2nd] s. of Thomas Christopher [barrister]. 
B. [1S20], at Linden, Northumberland. Matric. Michs. 1839; 
B.A. 1843. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1844; priest, 1845; C. of 
Winwick, Northants., 1845-8. C. of Hatford, Berks., 

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Glyn, George [Powell] Lewen 

-1850-4. R. of Wycliffe, Yorks., 1854-78. Married Ann 
Hurst, and had issue. Lived latterly at Melbury Lodge, 
Wimborne, Dorset. Died June 17, 18S2, at Hastings. 
(Clergy List; Crockford; Scott, MSS.\ Burke, P. and B.; 
pedigree in Hutchins, Hist, of Dorset, in. 246.) 

GLYN, GEORGE [POWELL] LEWEN. .Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 20, 1829; from Christ Church, O.xford, whence he had 
matric. (age 18) Mar. 30, 1824. 2nd s. of Sir George [2nd] 
Bart., of Kwell, Surrey. B. Sept. 20, 1804. School, West- 
minster. Matric. Michs. 1829. Ord. deacon and priest 
(Winchester) 1831. Chaplain to the Earl of Shaftesbury. 
V. (and patron) of Ewell, Surrey, 1831-81 [O.E.C. gives 
'to his death, in 1885'). Succeeded his brother. Sir Lewen 
Powell, as 4th Bart., July 28, 1840. Married (i) Sept. 6, 
1838, Emily Jane, dau. of Josiah Birch, of St Petersburg and 
had issue; (2) May 5, 1859, Henrietta AmeUa (his cousin), 
dau. of Richard Carr Glyn, and had further issue. Author, 
The Life of Elisha. Lived latterly at St Leonard's-on-Sea. 
Died Nov. 7, 1885, at Ewell. Father of Arthur R. (1888). 
(Record of Old Westminsters, which gives b. Sept. 10, 1803; 
Al. O.xon.; G.E.C.; Boase, v. 426, which gives 3rd s. of 
Sir George; Foster, Index Eccles.; Crockford.) 

GLYN, ROBERT CARR. Adm. pens, (age 32) at Caius, June 26, 
1866. [2nd] s. of Robert Thomas, a Judge in India [and 
grandson of Sir Richard Carr Glyn, ist Bart., for whom see 
D.N.B.]. B. [1833], at Ramsgate. Schools, Cheam, Surrey, 
and Harrow. Did not reside. Capt. in the 7th Fusiliers. 
Died unmarried Apr. 9, 1867. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Venn, 11. 
375 ; Burke, P. and B. ; pedigree in Hutchins, Hist, of Dorset, 
III. 246.) 

GLYN, The Hon. SIDNEY CARR. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity, Oct. 24, 1853. [7th] s. of George [ist Baron Wol- 
verton]. B. [Oct. 11, 1835], in London. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1854. Joined the Ritle Brigade. Served in 
the Crimea and retired as Capt., 1872. M.P. for Shaftesbury, 
1880-5. Lived latterly at 27, Grosvenor Place, London, 
where he died Feb. 26, 1916. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Burke, 
P. and B. (VVolverton); Who was Who; Scott, MSS., which 
erroneously gives '6th s. of George'; The Times, Feb. 29, 
1916.) 

GLYNN, ALBERT. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Oct. 10, 1849. 
S. of Henry, of Liverpool. Matric. Michs. 1849; B..A. (ibth 
Wrangler) 1853; M.A. 1858. Fellow, 1854-60; Bye Fellow, 
1861. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1855; priest, 1859. Second Master 
at the Royal Institution, Liverpool, i860. C. of St Peter's, 
Liverpool, 1874-7. Lie. pr., dio. of Chester, 1877-90. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1891. Brother of the next. 
(T. A. Walker, 499; Clergy List.) 

GLYNN, CHARLES. .Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Feb. 18, 
1846. [4th] s. of Henry [and his first wife, Mary Cosens, 
dau. of John .Mger, of Plymouth]. B. [1826], at Liverpool. 
School, Royal Liverpool Institution (Dr Iliffe). Matric. 
Michs. 1846; B.A. 1851; M.A. 1854. Adm. ad eundem at 
Oxford, July 8, 1854. Ord. deacon (LlandaS, Litt. dim. for 
Gloucester) 1851; priest (Gloucester) Dec. 19, 1852; C. of 
Bromsberrow, 1851-6. C. of Newent, 1856. C. of Grimley, 
Worcs., 1856-9. V. of Wolvey, Warws., 1859-76. V. of 
Overbury with Alston, Teddington, and L. Washbourne, 
Worcs., 1876-1912. Assistant Diocesan Inspector of 
Schools, dio. Worcs., 1S79-85. Married, i860, Lucy Mag- 
dalen, dau. of Col. Jasper Taylor Hall, and had issue. Died 
Jan. 6, 1912, at Overbury. (Al. Oxon.; Crockford; Burke, 
L.G., 1939; The Times, Jan. g, 1912.) 

GLYNN, DASHPER EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 18, 1892. [2nd] s. of Dashper Edward, of Sefton House, 
Sefton Park, Liverpool. B. [Jan. 3, 1873], at Liverpool. 
School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 1892. Shipowner; of Trap 
Hill, F'onnby, Lanes., in 1910. Died Apr. 14, 1931, at The 
GaUeon, Bracknell, Berks. Buried there. (Repton Sch. Reg.; 
Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Burke, L.G.; The Times 
Apr. 16, 1931-) 

GLYNN, ERNEST EDWARD. Adm. at Clare, June 18, 1892. 
S. and h. of Thomas Robinson, M.D., of Liverpool. School, 
Liverpool College (exhibitioner). Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 
1895; M.B., B.C. and M.A. 1901; M.D. 1909. Derby Exhibi- 
tioner in Surgery, 1898. M.R.C.S., 1898. F.R.C.P., 1913. 
Holt Professor of Pathology at the University of Liverpool, 
1899-1902. Assistant Physician, Chest Hospital, 1902-4; at 
Liverpool R. Infirmary, 1904-6. During the Great War, Capt., 
R.A.M.C; 1st Western General Hospital; mentioned in 
despatches. His services during the great epidemic of 
1918-19 were in great demand for the investigation of 
cerebro-spinal fever and consumption. .Author, pathological 
and medical. Of 62, Rodney Street, Liverpool. Died Sept. 
22, 1929, aged 56. Brother of Thomas R. (1898). (Who was 
Who; Univ. War List; The Times, Sept. 26, 1929.) 



GocH, Samuel Frederick 

GLYNN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 22, 1830. B. in 
Ireland. Matric. Michs. 1830. 

GLYNN, JOHN HENRY OGLANDER. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Trinity Hall, June 24, 1864. [3rd s. of William Anthony, 
of Fairy Hill, Isle of Wight. B. Mar. 7, 1847.] Matric. Michs. 
1864; B.A. 1868. Adm. at the Inner Temple, June 8, 1866. 
Called to the Bar, Jan. 26, 1870. Equity Draftsman and 
Conveyancer. Of Nunwell, Brading, Isle of Wight. Succeeded 
his cousin. Sir Henry Oglander, Bart., and assumed by Royal 
hcence the surname and arms of Oglander, Jan. 6, 1895. 
J. P. for Hants. D.L. for the Isle of Wight. F.S.A. Died 
Apr. 16, 1924. (Lata Lists; Burke, L.G., 1925; Foster, Men 
at the Bar, and Scott, MSS. (both give 'b. Mar. 5, 1847' and 
Foster, '2nd s. of W. A.'); The Times, Apr. 17, 1924.) 

GLYNN, THOMAS RAWDON. Adm. at Clare, July 11, 1898. 
[2nd s. of Professor Thomas Robinson, of Liverpool and 
Nerquis Hall, Mold (for whom see Who was Who). School, 
Liverpool College.] Matric. Michs. 1898; li..\. 1901; M.B., 
B.C. and M.A. 1910. .At Liverpool Hospital; Senior Casualty 
Officer; House Surgeon and House Physician there. 
M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1907. Practised at 62, Rodney Street, 
Liverpool. Died Mar. 9, 1915, at Nerquis Hall, Mold, aged 35. 
Brother of Ernest E. (1892). (Medical Directories; Scott, 
MSS.; The Times, Mar. 12, 1915.) 

GLYNN, WALTER SAMUEL. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1884. 
S. of W[alter], Esq., of Rock Mount, Woolton, Liverpool. 
[B. Mav 25, 1866.] School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 1884; 
B.A. 1887. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, Apr. 22, 1891. 
On the Northern Circuit. J. P. for Middlesex. Of 2, Cloisters, 
Temple, and FairUght, Uxbridge, Middlesex. Died Apr. 17, 
1933. (Repton Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; Burke, E.G.; The 
Times, Apr. 18, 1933.) 

GLYNN-WHITTLE, EWING MOULD (1871), see WHITTLE. 

GLYNNE, Sir STEPHEN RICHARD, Bart. M.A. 1835, incorp. 
from Oxford. S. and h. of Sir Stephen, 8th Bart., of 
Hawarden, Flints. B. Sept. 22, 1807, at Hawarden Castle. 
School, Eton. Matric. (age 17) from Christ Church, Oxford, 
June 1, 1825; B.A. (0.\ford) 1828; M.A. (Oxford) 1831. 
Succeeded as 9th Bart., Mar. 5, 1815. Of Hawarden Castle. 
M.P. for Flint Burghs, 1832-7, and for Flintshire, 1S37-41, 
1842-7. Sheriff of Flintshire, 1S31-2. Lord-Lieut, of Flints., 
1845-74. A learned antiquary; especially interested in the 
architectural history of churches. His Church Notes are in the 
Library at Hawarden, some (e.g. Kent) having been pubUshed. 
Died unmarried June 17, 1874, at 56, High Street, Shoreditch, 
London. Buried at Hawarden. Brother-in-law of W. E. 
Gladstone, to whom his estates at Hawarden passed, and 
who described him as ' a man of singular refinement and of 
remarkable modesty.' (Eton Sch. Lists; Al. Oxon.; Boase, 
I. 1162; D.N.B.; G.E.C.; The Times, June 18, 19, 20, 1874.) 

GOAD, GEORGE PURCHAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 9, 
1831. Matric. Michs. 1832. 

GOALEN, ROBERT ALEXANDER GLADSTONE. Matric. pens, 
from Queens', Michs. 1881. Several Goalens were at Edin- 
burgh .Academy, and afterwards in the Barbados, but name 
not found in Caribbeana. See also .4 1. Oxon. 

GOBAT, THEODORE CROMBIE. .\dm. at Clare, Jan. 17, 1883. 
[S. of Sanmel Benoni, clerk, who was s. of Samuel, Bishop 
of Jerusalem. B. at Fordoun, Kincardineshire.] Matric. 
Lent, 1883; Scholar; B..A. 1885; M.A. 1891. Ord. deacon 
(Llandaff) 1887; priest (Newcastle-on-Tyne) 1890. Senior 
Assistant Master at Llandafi Cathedral School, and C. of 
St .Andrew's, Cardiff, 1887-8. C. of St John's, Sunderland, 
1888-91. C. of All Saints', Rotherhithe, 1891-3. C. of West 
Hartlepool, 1893-1901. V. of St James's, S. Darlington, 
1901-30. V. of Gedney, Lines., 1930-7. Died .Aug. 22, 1937, 
aged 73, as the result of an accident at Gedney: the vicarage 
garden was intersected by the railway along which he was 
apparently walking when a train struck him. (Life of Samuel 
Gobat, p. 394; Al. Oxon.; Crockford; The Times, .Aug. 25, 
1037.) 

GOCH, SAMUEL FREDERICK. .Adm. at King's, Oct. 10, 1892. 
[S. of G. H., ex-member of Legislative Assembly for Kim- 
berley in Parliament of Cape Colony, and 2nd Mayor of 
Kimberley after British Occupation of 1902. School, S. 
.\frican College, Cape Town.] Matric. Michs. 1892; B..\. and 
LL.B. 1895. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, Nov. 1, 1898. 
Practised at the Transvaal Bar, 1899-1911. Town Clerk of 
Pietersburg, N. Transvaal, 1916-18; retired. Of Mandwag 
Farm, Pietersburg, in 192S. (King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Law 
Lists.) 



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GocHER, Henry Percy 

GOCHER, HENRY PERCY. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Pembroke, 
Oct. I, 1885. S. of Thomas, Esq., of .\shfield, near Stonham, 
SuflEolk. B. 1865, at Ipswich. School, King's, Canterbury. 
Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888; M.A. 1892. Ord. deacon 
(Southwell) 1889; priest, 1890; C. of Lenton, Notts., 1889-91. 
C. of Dorking, Surrey, 1891-2. C. of St Paul's, Huddersfield, 
1892-4. C. of Dewsbury, 1894-6. C. of Bewdley, Worcs., 
1896-8. In Borneo, under the S. P. G. for a year. C. of Christ 
Church, N. .Adelaide, S. .Australia, 1900-1. R. of Palmerston, 
1901-4. V. of Clayfield with Nundah, Brisbane, 1905-8. 
P.C. of West Row, Mildenhall, Suffolk, 1909-13. V. of East 
Orchard with St Margaret's Marsh, Shaftesbury, Dorset, 
1913-26. V. of Sa.\thorpe with Corpustv, Norfolk, 1926-37. 
Died Mar. 26, 1937. (J. T. Rule; Croc'kford; Scott, MSS., 
which gives his father 'Thomas, of .Astley, Edgbaston, 
Birmingham'; Pembroke Record.) 

GODBOLD, GEORGE BERRY. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Emmanuel, 
Jan. 14, 1S09; from Exeter College, Oxford, whence he had 
matric. (age 19) July 12, 1805. S. of Samuel, Esq., of Blooms- 
bury Square, London [and of Beccles, Suffolk]. Matric. Lent, 
1809; B..\. 1810; M.A. 1813. R. (and patron) of Greatham, 
Hants., 1814-38. Died .\pr. 25, 1838. {Al. Oxmi.; Foster, 
Index Eccles.) 

GODBY, AUGUSTUS WOOLDRIDGE. Adm. sizar (age 19) at 
Magd.\le.s-e, Oct. 15, 1873. S. of Augustus Hardy, M.D., 
deceased. B. 1854. Schools, St Edward's, Oxford, and New- 
port [Grammar School, Salop]. Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1877; 
M..4.. 1881. .Assistant Master at New College, Leamington, 
for one term; at King's Lynn Grammar School, for four 
years. Head Master of Teignmouth Grammar School, for 
three years; of Dewsbury Grammar School, for four years; 
of GhyU Royd School, Ilkley, 1889-1918-. Died Nov. 1922. 
(.Si Edward's ScA., Oxford, Reg.; Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

GODBY, CHARLES JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Magdalene, 
July 23, 1871. S. of William John, Esq., of Kingsland, 
Shrewsbury. B. 1850. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 
1871; Scholar; B.A. 1875; M.A. 1878. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 
1875; priest, 1876; C. of Newark, Notts., 1875-8. Minister 
of Seymour, Victoria, Australia, 1879-80. V. of Malvern, 
Melbourne, 1879-. Canon of Melbourne Cathedral, 1894- 
1914. Lived latterly at Armadale, Victoria, and disappears 
from Crockford, 1920. {Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.) 

GODDARD, ALBERT EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Jan. 1882. S. of Thomas, Esq. B. [Jan, 8, 1862], at Ken- 
sington, Middlesex. School, Kilbum Collegiate. Matric. 
Lent, 1882. Died 1906, at Accra, Gold Coast. (Burke, L.G., 
I939-) 

GODDARD, AMBROSE LETHBRIDGE. Adm. pens, (age 18) 
at St John's, May 19, 1838. S. and h. of .Ambrose, Esq., 
M.P., of Swindon, Wilts, (for whom see Al. Oxon.) [and Jessy 
Dorothea, dau. of Sir Thomas Buckler Lethbridge, Bart. 
B. Dec. 9, 1819]. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1838. 
Kept si.x terms. Comet in Wilts. Yeomanry-Cavalry, 1836; 
Major, 1865. In the 14th Hussars. Of The Lawn, Swindon. 
J. P. and D.L. M.P. for Cricklade, 1847-68 and 1874-80. 
Married, .Aug. 14, 1S47, Charlotte, dau. of Edward Ayshford 
Sanford, M.P., of Nynehead Court, Somerset, and had issue. 
Died Nov. 15, 189S, at Bournemouth. {Harrow Sch. Reg.; 
Boose, v. 429 (for his father also); Scott, MSS.; Burke, 
L.G.; The Times, Nov. 18, 1898.) 

GODDARD, ARTHUR HENRY. .Adm. at Pembroke, .Michs. 
1890. School, Christ's Hospital. Matric. Michs. 1890; Scholar; 
B.A. 1893. Adm. Solicitor, Apr. 1903. Practised at 116, 
Charing Cross Road, London, and at Bushey, Herts. Died 
Mar. 31, 1941, aged 67, at 137, Heme Hill Road, London. 
{Christ's Hospital Reg.; Law Lists; The Times, Apr. 9, 1941.) 

GODDARD, EDWARD HENRY EMILIUS WILLIAM. Adm. 
pens, at Sidney, 1811. S. and h. of William, clerk, of East 
Woodhay, Hants. B. there July 22, 1792. Schools, Chelsea 
(Mr Harris) and Enbome, Berks. (Mr Shepherd). Matric. 
Michs. 181 1 ; B.A. 1815; M..A. 1818. Adm. ad etindem at 
Oxford, June 9, 1842. V. of Pagham, Sussex, 1823-50. 
V. of Chidham, 1823 (vacant, 1824). V. of Sidlesham, 
1823-49. V. of Eartham, 1828-78-. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1879. {Cant. Act Bk.; Foster, Index Eccles.; 
Clergy List; Al. Oxcm.) 

GODDARD, ERASMUS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Apr. 6, 
1795. Of Norfolk. [Doubtless s. of Thomas (1763), clerk, 
V. of Halvergate, Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1795; Scholar; 
B..A. 1799. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 22, 1799. P.C. (and 
patron) of Lingwood, Norfolk, 1816-44. Died Jan. 24, 1844. 
(G. Mag., 1844, I. 549.) 



GoDDARD, Thomas 

GODDARD, HARRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 23, 1899. 
S. of Jonathan, master shoemaker, of Oadby, Leics. B. there, 
Nov. 13, 1880. School, Wyggeston, Leicester (Rev. J. Went). 
Matric. Michs. 1899; Scholar; B.A. {6th Wrangler) 1902; 
M.A. 1906. Mathematical Master, Nottingham High School, 
1903-33-. Of 80, Hills Road, Cambridge, in 1942. Died at 
Cambridge, Apr. 20, 1946. {Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

GODDARD, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, June 1, 
1756. S. of Henr>', M.D. (1724), of Foston, Yorks. B. there. 
Schools, Crake, Durham (Mr Jepson), and Hackney (Mr 
Newcomb). Matric. Michs. 1756; Scholar, 1756-61; M.B. 
1761. Distinguish from Oxford contemporaries. {Venn, 
u. 72.) 

GODDARD, JAMES WINDETT. .Adm. sub-sizar at Trinity, 
Oct. 9, 1882. S. of Robert, of The Poplars, Chesterton, 
Cambridge. B. [July 26], 1859, at Doncaster, School, King 
Edward's, Birmingham (Mr Vardy). Matric. Michs. 1882; 
B..A. 18S5; M..A. 1889. Ord. deacon (London) 1886; priest, 
1887; C. of .All Saints', Notting Hill, 1886-g. Secretary, 
Church Waifs and Strays, 1889-97. London Diocesan 
Missionary at St Albans, S. Tottenham, 1897-1905. P.C. of 
St Bartholomew's, Stamford Hill, 1905-18. R. of .Adderley, 
Salop, 1918-20. R. of Stoke-on-Tem, 1920-42-. Brother of 
Robert E. (1877). {Crockford.) 

GODDARD, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Jan. 2, 1899. S. of 
John, merchant. B. [Apr. 5, 1878], at Addiscombe, Surrey. 
School, St .Andrew's College, Bradfield. Matric. Michs. 1899; 
B..A. 1903; M.A. 1906. Ser\'ed in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Major, H.A.C.). Of The Whins, Sunningdale, Berks., in 
1942. {Peile, II. 831; Bradfield Coll. Reg.; C.U. Pari. Reg., 
1942.) 

GODDARD, JOHN GRIFFITHS. -Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
June 30, 1828. S. of John. B. in London. School. Exeter. 
Matric. Michs. 1828. Migrated (age 24) to Trinity, Apr. i, 
1830. 

GODDARD, JOHN LEYBOURN. .Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity 
Hall, Mar. 26, 1S57. S. of George, Esq., surgeon, deceased, 
late of Harlow. Essex [and of London]. [B. Jan. 7, 1840.] 
.Matric. Michs. 1857; B.A. and LL.B. 1861; M.A. 1866. Adm. 
at the Middle Temple, Jan. 20, i860. Called to the Bar, 
Jan. 26, 1863. Special Pleader. On the Eastern Circuit. 
Secretary to th& Royal Commission on Copyright, 1875-8. 
Married, .Aug. 17, 1878, Carohne Esther Emily, dau. of 
Thomas Charles Henchman Birch, Capt., Bengal Staff Corps. 
-Author, The Law of Easements, and other legal works. Died 
Dec. 1, 1928, at 32, Mansel Road, Wimbledon. {Law Lists; 
Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, Dec. 4, 1928.) 

GODDARD, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, June 11, 
1761. B. in Derbyshire. Matric. Easter, 1762; B.A. 1765. 

GODDARD, The Rev. PETER MORRIS. M.A. 1768. Adm. pens, 
at St John's, June 29, 1768, from Oxford. Matric. from 
Balliol,- Feb. 23, 1741-2, age 18; B..A. (.All Souls) 1745-6. 
S. of William, of Shaftesbury, gent. V. of Huish Episcopi, 
Somerset, 1758-68. R. of N. Waltham, Hants., 1768-79. 
{St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 272; Al. Oxon.) 

GODDARD, ROBERT EDWARD. Adm. sub-sizar at Trinity, 
Oct. II, 1877. S. of Robert, of 5, Wray's Court, Cambridge. 
B. [.Aug. 15], 1853, at Boroughbridge, Somerset. School, 
King Edward Elementary, Birmingham (Mr .Adams). Matric. 
Michs. 1877; Exhibitioner; B..A. 1881; M..A. 1907. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) 1881 ; priest, 1882; C. of Chesterton, Cambridge, 
1881-3. C. of Morpeth, N.S.W., 1884-6; I. there, 1886-95. 
Canon of Newcastle, N.S.W., 1895-1924. Hon. Canon of 
Sydney, 1911. Gen. Lic.,dio. Sydney, 1924-31-. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1932. Brother of James W. (1882). 

GODDARD, THOMAS. .Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, May 5, 
1763. Of Norfolk. [Doubtless s. of Thomas (1724). clerk, 
V. of Halvergate, 1731-68. B. Nov. it, 1742.] Matric. 
Michs. 1763; Scholar. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Mar. 15, 1767; 
priest. May 29, 1768; C. of Halvergate. V. of Halvergate 
and Wickhampton, and P.C. of Tunstall and Lingwood, 
1768-1812. Died in 1812, aged 70. Doubtless father of 
Erasmus (1795). {G. Mag., 1812, i. 671.) 

GODDARD, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Sidney, May 21, 1842. 
[3rd] s. of Thomas, surgeon, of Lane End, Staffs. B. there 
Aug. 10, 1822. School, DUhorne (Rev. J. Curtis). Matric. 
Michs. 1842; B..A. 1846; M..A. i860. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
1847; priest (Lichfield) 1848; C. of Weston-upon-Trent, 
Derbs., 1847-9. C. of St M., Stafford, 1849-51. C. of Dil- 
home. Staffs., 1852-9. P.C. of Forsbrook, 1S52-9. R. of 
Kingsley, 1858-84. Disappears from Crockford, 1885. 



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GoDDARD, Thomas Ward 

GODDARD, THOMAS WARD. Adm. pens, (age i8) at Pem- 
broke, Apr. lo, 1854. [Elder] s. of Thomas, rnercer, of Lee 
Park, Blackheath, Kent. B. at Peckham, Surrey. Matric. 
Michs. 1854; B.A. 1858; M.A. i86i. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 
1859; priest, i860; C. of St John's, Chatham, 1839-61. C. of 
Funieaux Pelhani, Herts., 1861-3. C. of Felmersham, Beds., 
1864-6. C. of Sherin!<ton,Bucks^, 1866-71. C. of Newnham, 
Hants., 1872-3. C. of Swithland, Leics., 1874-6. C. of Ham, 
Hants., 1876-8. C. of Rochford, Essex, 1879-81. R. of 
Bitteswell, Leics., 1881-90. V. of Nazing, Essex, 1890-1922. 
Married, July 2, 1864, Ellen, dau. of the Rev. John Gibson, 
V. of Brent-cum-Furneaux Pelhaiii, Herts. Latterly of Alston 
Oak, Harlow. Died Feb. 24, 1923. {Crockford; Scott, MSS.; 
The Guardian, Mar. 2, 1923.) 

GODDARD, WALTER HORACE. Adm. at Caius, Jan. 7, 1882. 
S. of Richard Walter, M.D. B. July 29, 1858, at Nutford 
Place, Hyde Park, London. School, University College, 
London. Matric. Lent, 1882 ; B.A. 1886; M.B. 1888; M.D. 1891. 
Student at St Mary's Hospital. M.R.C.S., 1892. Practised 
in London with his father and later by himself. Assistant 
Demonstrator of Anatomy at St Mary's Hospital, 1884-8, and 
of Zoology at Cambridge, 1885-6. Close friend and colleague 
of Sir W.'Arbuthnot Lane. Author, medical. Of 11, Norfolk 
Crescent, Hyde Park, London, W. Died Sept. 27, 1922. (Venn, 
M. 453; Medical Directories; Morning Post, Sept. 30, 1922.) 

GODDARD, WILLIAM SHALLCROSS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. II, 1878. [3rdl s. of John Hackett, of Longton Hall, 
Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs. B. there [Mar. 25], 1859. School, 
Marlborough College. Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882; M.A. 
1885. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 14, 1881. Called to the 
Bar, May 7, 1884. On the Oxford Circuit. Equity Draftsman 
and Conveyancer. Of 8, Lodge Road, Maldon, Essex, where 
he died Dec. 27, 1936. (Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Law Lists; 
Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, Dec. 30, 1936.) 

GODDEN, FREDERICK ERNEST. Adm. pens, at St Catha- 
rine's, Oct. 10, 1883. S. of Frederick M. B. in London. 
Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1887. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 
1888; priest, 1889; C. of St Mark's, Kennington, Surrey, 
1888-9. C. of Holy Trinity, Southwark, 1889-95. C. of 
Lower Brixham, Devon, 1895-1901. V. of Hawley with 
Blackwater, Surrey, 1901-22. P.C. of St Andrew's, Minley, 
Hants., 1905-13. V. of St Paul's, Southampton, 1922-8. R. 
of E. Woodhay, Hants., 1928-32. Died there Dec. 27, 1932, 
aged 68. Buried there. (Crockford; The Times, Dec. 29, 1932.) 

GODDEN, HENRY JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 24) at Trinity, 
Apr. 3, 1844. Did not reside. 

GODFERY, WILLIAM (1813), see GODFREY. 

GODFRAY, BASIL COLLINS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 4, 1S73. Of Cambridgeshire. [4th s. of Hugh (1848), 
Esquire Bedell.] B. June 13, 1855, at Cambridge. Schools, 
Bury St Edmunds (1870-2) [and Oakham]. Matric. Lent, 
1874; B.A. 1877. Adm. Solicitor, Aug. 1881. Of 54, New 
Broad Street, London, in 1920. Brother of Hugh C. (1863) 
and perhaps of the next. (Bury Gr. Sch. Reg.; Oakham Sch. 
Reg.; Laic Lists, -1920-; not in 1930.) 

GODFRAY, EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 26, 
1865. [Perhaps s. of Hugh (1848).] Matric. Michs. 1865; 
Scholar; B.A. (8//; Wrangler) 1869. M.A. from Corpus Christi, 
1872. Fellow of Corpus Christi, Apr. 24, 1869-73. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) 1870; priest, 1871; C. of St M., Bury St Ed- 
munds, 1870-2. C. of Ickham, Kent, 1873. C. of Westcott, 
Dorking, 1874. C. of Wyton, Hunts., 1875. C. of St John's, 
Upper HoUoway, London, 1876-80. C. of Grantchester, 
Cambs., 1880-2; V. there, 1S82-98. R. of Fulmodeston with 
Croxton, Norfolk, 1898-1914. Lived latterly at The Gate- 
house, Gt Shelford, Cambs., where he died Jan. 16, 1927. 
Perhaps brother of the above and of Hugh C. (1863). (Crock- 
ford; The Times, Jan. 18, i9-7.) 

GODFRAY, FRANCIS AMIRAUX. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, May 2, 1854. Of Jersey. [Either s. of Francis, 
barrister (of Grays Inn), who practised in Jersey; or of 
John and brother of Walter B. (1850); or of Hugh 
and brother of Hugh (next); or of Frederick, D.C.L., of 
St Heliers, Chaplain to the Earl of Limerick.] 
GODFRAY, HUGH. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 13, 1848. 
Of the Isle of jersey. S. of Hugh [and Elisabeth Marie 
Terzy]. B. at St Heliers. Bapt. Nov. 11, 1821. Matric. 
Michs. 1848; B.A. (^rd Wrangler) 1852; M.A. 1855. Esquire 
Bedell, 1854-77, but owing to ill-health had been allowed a 
deputy from 1874. Author, The Lunar Theory, and other 
mathematical works. Died in 1877. Father of the next. 
(H. P. Stokes, Bin. List of the Bedells, 119.) 
GODFRAY, HUGH CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Clare, June 5, 
1863. [S. of Hugh (above), of Cambridge. School, Oakham.] 
Matric. Michs. 1863; Exhibitioner; Scholar; B.A. 1867; M.A. 
1885. Adm. Solicitor, 1870. Special Pleader and Parlia- 
mentary agent. Of 42, Finsbury Pavement, in 1900. Died 
May 21, 1918, in London. Father of the next; brother of 



Godfrey, George Cochrane 

Basil C. (1873) and perhaps of Edmund (1865), etc. (Oakham 
Sch. Reg.; Laiv Lists; The Times, May 24, 1918.) 

GODFRAY, HUGH MARSHALL. Adm. at Clare, July 9, 1895. 
[Only s. of Hugh C. (1863). School, Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 
1895; B..\. 1898; M.A. 1919. Adm. Solicitor, Apr. 1902. Of 
54, New Broad Street, London, in 1920. Died May 24, 1924, 
at 22, Cambridge Terrace, London, aged 47. (Harrow Sch. 
Reg.; Law Lists; Scott, MSS.; The Times, May 26, 1924.) 

GODFRAY, WALTER BERTRAM. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Jesus, July 3, 1850. Of Jersey. S. of John, gent. School, 
King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 1850; B.A. 1854; 
M.A. 1857. 

GODFREY, ALFRED ROBERT. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1895. 
[School, Sedu'lirook drainmar, Grantham, and at Not- 
tingham University CnUege and London University; County 
Council Scholar of Kesteven; Leathersellers' Scholar.] B.A. 
1898; M.A. 1903. Assistant Master at Sedgbrook Grammar 
School, for four years; at Kirkham Grammar School, for three 
years. Head Master of Appleby Grammar School, Leics., 
1901-4. Ord. deacon (Bp Mitchinson) 1902; priest (Peterb.) 
1903; C. of Appleby, Leics., 1902-4. C. of St Michael and 
All Angels, Northampton, 1904-8. C. of Finedon, Northants., 
1908-12. V. of Carbrooke, Norfolk, 1912-25. V. of St 
Margaret's, Thornbury, Yorks., 1925-32. V. of Austwick, 
1932-43. (Crockford; Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

GODFREY, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 18, 1892. 
S. and h. of Henry [Godfrey Henry (Scott, MSS.; Who was 
Who and Winchester Coll. Reg.)], of 53, Grantham Road, 
Birmingham. B. [Oct. 4], 1873, at Birmingham. School, 
King Edward's, Birmingham (Mr Vardy). Matric. Michs. 
1892; B.A. (^th Wrangler) 1895; (Math. Trip., Pt II, ist 
Class, 1896); Isaac Newton Student, 1898; M.A. 1899. 
Lecturer at Cardiff University College, 1896-8. Assistant 
Master at King Edward's School, Binningham, 1898-9. 
Senior Maths. Master at Winchester College, 1899-1905. 
Head Master, R.N. College, Osborne, 1905-21. Professor of 
Mathematics at R.N. College, Greenwich, 1921-4. M.V.O., 
1910. Joint author of Godfrey and Siddons' Elementary 
Geometry; The Winchester Arithmetic, etc. Died Apr. 4, 1924, 
at his residence, 57, Westcombe Park Road, Blackheath. 
(Winchester Coll. Reg.; Schoolmasters' Directories; Scott, 
MSS.; Who was Who; The Times, Apr. 5, 1924.) 

GODFREY, CHARLES WOIDE. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Sept. 28, 1875. S. of Nathaniel Stednian (1844). B. at 
Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 1875; B..^. 1883. Ord. deacon 
(Hereford) 1883; priest, 1884; C. of Westbury, Salop, 1883- 
go. C. of St Saviour's, LIpper Chelsea, 1890-4. R. of Long 
Whatton, Leics., 1894-191 1. Died Jan. 31, 1911. (Crockford; 
The Times, Feb. 3, 1911.) 

GODFREY, EDWARD. .A.dm. pens, at Trinity, Aug. 16, 1815. 
Of Essex. School, Eton. Migrated to St John's, June 12, 
1816. Matric. Michs. 1816; Scholar; B.A. 1820; M.A. 1824. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 16, 1820, as 2nd s. of Peter, of 
East Bergholt, Suffolk. Called to the Bar, June 21, 1825. 
J. P. and D.L. for Suffolk and Essex. Died May 11, 1842, at 
Eaton Place, London. (G. Mag., 1842, 11. 106; Sir W. Sterry.) 

GODFREY, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Clare, May 7, 1839. 
Matric. Michs. 1839; B.A. 1843; M..A.. 1846. Ord. deacon 
(Gloucester) Dec. 24, 1843; priest (Bath and Wells) 1844; 
C. of Chard, Somerset, 1844-7. P.C. of St Peter's, Plymouth, 
1847-8. Chaplain at Calcutta, 1848-75. C. of Stainby, 
Lines., 1875-7. Chaplain at Coblenz, 1878-80; at Diissel- 
dorf, 1880-6; at Milan, 1889-90; at St Peter's Hospital, 
Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, London, 1891. V. of Gt 
Tey, Essex, 1891-1916. Married Emily Clare, dau. of Capt. 
R. Payne, Bengal Cavaky. Died Feb. 24, 1918, aged 97, at 
The Cottage, Blunham, Beds. (Scott, MSS.; Crockford; 
The Times, Mar. 2, 1918.) 

GODFREY, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Queens', Sept. 11, 
1795. Of Middlesex. [Doubtless s. of Henry, of Newgate 
Street, London.] Matric. Michs. 1797- Possibly the — God- 
frey who entered Harrow School, Sept. 1789, age iij, and 
left there before 1791. Doubtless brother of Henry (1798)- 
(Harrow Sch. Reg.) 
GODFREY, GEORGE COCHRANE, .^dm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 4, 1890. [2nd] s. of George [and Hester Ann Godfrey], 
of 13, Brechin Place, S. Kensington, London [and sometime 
of Cranleigh, Surrey]. B. [Sept. 27, 1871], at Warrenspoint, 
Co. Down.' School, Harrow. Matric, Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893. 
CivU Engineer. A.M.I.C.E.; M.I.E. (India). Appointed to 
Bengal-Nagpur Railway, 1895; General Manager, 1911-25. 
Coal Controller for India, 1917-19. On Indian Railway 
Committee, 1921; Howrah Bridge Committee, 1922. Mem- 
ber, Legislative Council of Bengal, 1923-5. On Indian 
Council of State, 1928-30. Partner, Bird and Co., Calcutta, 
1925-31. Knighted, 1919. Of 86, Rivermead Court, Ranelagh 
Gardens, London, in 1940. Died Mar. 18, I945- (Harrow 
Sch. Reg.; Who's Who, 1943; Burke, P. and B., knightage 
Kelly, Handbook; The Times, Mar. 21, 1945-) 



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GODFREY, HENRY. Adm. sizar at Queens', Feb. 21, 1798. 
Of Middlesex. [S. of Henry, grocer, of Newgate Street, 
London. B. 1781. School, St Paul's (exhibitioner) 179S.] 
Matric. Michs. 1798; B..^. {13th Wrangler) 1802; M..\. 1805; 
B.D. 1813; D.D. (per Lit. Reg.) 1822. Fellow, 1803. Presi- 
dent of Queens', 1820-32 (after protracted proceedings con- 
cerning the legality of his election). Vice-Chancellor, 1822. 
Died Oct. 16, 1S32. Doubtless brother of Frederick (i795)- 
{St Paul's Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 1832, 11. 652; J. H. Gray, 
History of Queens' College, 269-71.) 

GODFREY, INGRAM FULLER. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Jan. 13, 1847. S. of John (1806), of Brook Street House, 
Kent. B. Dec. 24, 1827. Matric. Michs. 1847; Scholar, 1848; 
B.A. 1851; M.A. 1855. Of Brook Street House, Ash-next- 
Sandwich, Kent. J. P. and D.L. Died Mar. 6, 1916. (Burke, 
L.G., 1925; The Times, Mar. 7, 1916.) 

GODFREY, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 2, 1828. 
[S. of — , medical practitioner, of Windsor. School, Eton.] 
M.D., Heidelberg, 1839; L.S.A., 1835. M.R.C.S., 1836. 
F.R.C.S., 1S52. Vice-President of the Paris Medical Society. 
Surgeon to Bristol General Hospital and Penitentiary until 
his death. Of 24, Park Street, Bristol. Died 1861. {Eton 
Sch. Lists; Medical Directory; Plarr, Lives of the Fellows.) 

GODFREY (or JULL), JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 11, 
1806, as J. Jull. Re-adm. as Fell. -Com. Apr. 10, 1812. Of 
Kent. [S. and h. of John Jull, who had assumed the sur- 
name of Godfrey in 1799. B. 1789. School, Charterhouse.] 
Matric. Michs. 1807; scholar, 1807; LL.B. 1813. Assumed 
the surname and arms of Godfrey, by sign manual, June 6, 
1810. Of Brook Street House, Ash-next-Sandwich, Kent. 
J. P. and D.L. Married Augusta Isabella, dau. of John 
Ingram, of Staindrop Hall, Durham, July 29, 1823. Died 
1861. Father of Ingram F. (1S47). {List of Carthusians; 
Burke, L.G., 1925; Changes of Name.) 

GODFREY, JOHN BATES DASHWOOD. Adm. pens, at Peter- 
house, Apr. 21, 1898. S. of the Rev. Francis Ashmeade, 
deceased. B. Nov. 24, 1878, at Croyland, Lines. School, 
Clergy Orphan, Canterljury. Matric. Easter, 1898; Scholar, 
1898; B..\. (Hist. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1900; Pt II, ist Class, 
1901) 1903; M..\. 1908. 'Professor of History in India.' 
Assistant Master at Coatham School, Yorks., 1901 ; at King's 
School, Warwick, 1905; at King's School, Grantham, 
1906-11; at King Edward VII School, Sheffield, 1911-18; at 
Ivlansfield Grammar School, 1918-26; at Roundhay School, 
Leeds, 1926-. {T. A. Walker, 640; Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

GODFREY, JOHN RACE. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Pembroke, 
Oct. 8, 1885. S. of Frederick Race, of [Cheltenham and] 
St Kilda, near Melbourne, .\ustralia. B. July 10, 1865, 
in Victoria. Schools, Melbourne, .\lma Road Grammar; 
Cheltenham College, England [day boy, left, 1881], and 
Geelong, Church of England Grammar. Matric. Michs. 18S5 ; 
B..\. 1888. At the Royal School of Mines, London, 1889-gi. 
Government Inspector of Mines, N.S.W., Australia, 1892- 
1905. Special Mining Assessor for Land and Income Tax 
Dept., N.S.W., 1896. Lecturer in Mining at the Technical 
College, Broken Hill, N.S.W., 1904-5. General Manager of 
the Budgery Copper Mines, Hermidale, N.S.W., 1907. Con- 
sulting mining engineer at Mount Bischef , Tasmania, 1908-9. 
Royal Commissioner, to enquire into the causes of the 
disasters at the Mount Morgan gold mine, 1908. Mining 
engineer to the Minerals Separation and De Bavay's Pro- 
cesses Austraha Proprietary, Ltd., 1910-13. Re-appointed 
Government Inspector of Mines for N.S.W., 1913. [Chel- 
tenham Coll. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; J. T. Rule.) 

GODFREY, JOSEPH WALLACE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
.Apr. 25, 1864. S. [and h.] of Joseph Sylvester, barrister, of 
the Middle Temple], of 10, Gloucester Terrace, Regent's 
Park, London. B. June 5, 1845, in London. Schools, Ton- 
bridge (1858-9) and Harrow. Matric. Michs. ■^864; B..A. 
1868; M.A. 1874. 'Became Solicitor.' Died Apr. 26, 1911. 
{Harrow Sch. Reg.; Tonbridge Sch. Reg.) 

GODFREY, NATHANIEL STEDMAN. Adm. pens, at St 
C.\tharine's, June 28, 1844. S. of Nathaniel [L.S..\., of 
Turvey, Beds.]. B. (1817), in London. Matric. Michs. 1844; 
civil law classes, 1847. Ord. deacon (St David's) 1847; 
priest (Ely) 1S49; C. of Swansea, Glam., 1847-8. C. of 
Biddenham,Bedford, 1848-50. P.C. of Wortley, Leeds, 1850-8. 
Minister of St Bartholomew's, Southsea, Hants., 1858; 
V. there, 1863-83 (suspended three years for spirituaUstic 
practices), .\uthor of a number of works on table-turning, 
spirit-rapping, clairvoyance, etc. Died Oct. 26, 1883, 
at Southsea. Father of Charles W. (1875). (Boasf, v. 431-2; 
Crockford; Scott, MSS.; The Times, Nov. 2, 1883.) 

GODFREY, PETER. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, June 19, 
17S6. S. [and h.] of William [formerly Mackenzie], of Wood- 



GoDMAN, Frederick du Cane 

ford, Essex. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1787- Of Old 
Hall, Suffolk. {Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

GODFREY, PHILIP. .\dm. sizar at Corpus Christi, June 24, 
1800; from St John's College, Oxford, whence he had matric. 
(age 22), Mar. 14, 1788. Re-adm. Fell. -Com. Oct. 14, 1808. 
Of Jersey. S. of Francis, gent., of Jersey. Matric. Lent, 1809; 
B.D. {Stat. Eliz.) 1810. Ord. deacon and priest (Norwich) 
Dec. 20, 1789; C. of Rougham, Suffolk. R. of .Aston, 
Herts., 1809-22. R. of -Ayot St Lawrence, 1810-22. J. P. for 
Herts. Died Aug. 2, 1822. M.I. at ShephaU, Herts. (.4/. 
O.xon., which gives his Cambridge College as Christ's; 
Cussans, 11. 107; Foster, Inde.x Eccles.) 

GODFREY, THOMAS SPRAGGING. .Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, Mar. 26, 1817. [Only] s. of Edward Smith. B. 
[1800], at Newark, Notts. School, Westminster. Matric. 
Michs. 1818; B.A. 1822; M..A. 1828. .Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
June II, 1819. .A banker at Newark. Died 1877. Father of 
the next. {Records of Old Westminsters.) 

GODFREY, THOMAS SPRAGGING. .Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Trinity, June 9, 1S52. S. of Thomas Spragging (above). 
B. at Newark, Notts. School, Eton. Matric. .Michs. 1853; 
B.A. 1858; M.A. 1864. A banker at Newark. Married, 
Mar. 30, 1864, Emily Mary, dau. of John Lee Lee. Of 
Balderton, Notts., in 1864. {Eton Sch. Lists.) 

GODFREY, WILLIAM. .Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 28, 1813. 
Of Norfolk. .Matric. Lent, 1815; B.A. 1819; M.A. 1824. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) Sept. 22, 1S22; priest (London) Dec. 18, 
1825. Minister of St John's Chapel, Hampstead, 1825. V. 
of Stoke Prior, Worcs., 1835. R. of Tibberton, 1837-41- 
Minor Canon of Worcs., 1835-53. R. of Bredicot-cum- 
Tibberton, 1841-53. R. of Martin Hussingtree, 1853-76. 
Lived there subsequently and disappears from Crockford, 
1878. .AH authorities, except St John's Coll. Adm. Reg., give 
Godfery. (Foster, Index Eccles.; Clergy List.) 

GODFREY, WILLIAM. .Adm. pens, at Queens', May 19, 1820. 
Of Buckinghamshire. Matric. Michs. 1820; B..A. 1824; M.A. 
1828. V. of Ravenstone, Bucks., 1S23-7. P.C. of Weston- 
Underwood, 1827-60. V. of Studley, Warws., 1860-72. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1874. 

GODFREY, WILLIAM. -Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, Jan. 8, 
1830. Of Sufiolk. [Onlv] s. of William, Esq. [of Kennett 
Hall, Cambs.]. B. [there] Apr. 1811. [School, Bury St 
Edmunds.] Matric. Michs. 1830; B..A. 1834; M.A. 1837. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 8, 1834; priest (CarUsle, Litt. 
dim. for Norwich) 1835; R. of Kennett, Cambs., 1835-1900. 
Chairman of Newmarket bench of magistrates for many 
years. Married Agnes Leathes, dau. of Sir John Mortlock, 
and granddaughter of John Mortlock, of .Abington Hall, 
Cambs. Lived at Kennett Hall. Died there Nov. 15, 1900. 
(S.H..A.H., Bury Gr. Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; Boase, v. 432; 
Foster, Index Eccles.; The Times, Nov. 17, 1900.) 

CODING, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity Hall, 
June 24, 1865. S. of Henry, Esq., of 16, Thurloe Square, 
S. Kensington, London. .After keeping one term, migrated 
to Peterhouse, -Apr. 7, 1866. Matric. Easter, 1866. 

GODLEY, JOHN WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Jan. 6, 1821. S. of William. B. at Killijar, Co. Leitrim. 
School, .Armagh (Dr Carpendale). Matric. Lent, 1821. 

GODLEY, RICHARD. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Jan. 28, 1799. [S. of William.] Bapt. July 7, 1780, at 
Congleton, Cheshire. Matric. Easter, 1800; B.A. 1803; M..A. 
1806. Fellow, 1802-4. Preb. of Chester, 1808. Lived at 
Wargrave, Berks. Tutor in the Majendie family (Bishop of 
Bangor). 'Died before 1848.' {Eton Sch. Lists; King's Coll. 
Adm. Reg.; Foster, Index Eccles.) 

GODLEY, RICHARD JAMES DYNE. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, 
Sept. 18, 1873. Matric. Lent, 1874; B..A. 1877. Ord. deacon 
(Truro) 1S77; priest, 1878; C. of Morval, Cornwall, 1877-9. 
C. of Moordown, Hants., 1879-81. C. of St John-the-Baptist, 
Bathwick, Somerset, 1881-3-. Disappears from Crockford, 
1884. 

GODMAN, FREDERICK DU CANE. Adm. pens, at Trinity 
Hall, June 3, 1852. [3rd] s. of Joseph. B. [Jan. 15, 1S34], 
at Park Hatch, Surrey. School, Eton. Migrated (age 18) 
to Trinitv, July 8, 1852. Matric. Michs. 1852. Lived with 
his father at Park Hatch, -1864-. NaturaUst, sportsman and 
traveller. F.R.S., 1882. A Trustee of the British Museum. 
Married (1) Edith Mary, dau. of J. H. Elwes, of Colesbome, 
Gloucs.; (2) AUce Mary, dau. of Major Percy ChapUn, J. P., 
60th Rifles, and had issue. Of South Lodge, Horsham, 
Sussex, and 45, Pont Street, London. Died Feb. 19, 1919, in 
London. Brother of the next two. {Eton Sch. Lists; Scott, 
MSS.; Who was Who; Burke, L.G., 1939; The Times, 
Feb. 21, 1919.) 



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GODMAN, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, .it Trinity, Jan. 29, 18413. 
[S. and h. of Joseph, Esq., of Park Hatch, Surrey, and of 
Merston, Sussex. B. Aug. 11, 1831. School, Eton.] Migrated 
to Emmanuel, Oct. 4, 1849. Matric. Michs. 1849. Of Park 
Hatch, Surrey, Merston Manor, Sussex, and of Ness Side, 
Inverness. J.'P. and D.L. for Surrey. J. P. for Sussex and 
London. Married (i) Sept. 12, 1857, "Gertrude H. Eliza, dau. 
of N. Weekes, of Mangrove, Barbados, and of Guillards Oak, 
Midhurst, Sussex, and had issue; (2) Mar. 4. 1886, Bertha 
Marion, dau. of H. B. \V. Williams-Wynn, of Howberry 
Park, Oxon., and Nant-v-Meichad, Montgoms., and had 
further issue. Died Sept. 18, 1896. Brother of the above and 
of the next. {Eton Sch. Lists; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; 
Burke, L.G., 1939.) 

GODMAN, PERCY SANDEN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Nov. 8, 18S3. [4th] s. of Joseph, of Park Hatch, Surrey. 
B. [Nov. 12, 1836], at Hascorabe, Surrey. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1854; B.A. iSiq. Of Hampsteel, Cowfold, 
Horsham, Sussex. J. P. and Aldennan of the W. Sussex 
County Council. .\t one time lived on his estate at Borre- 
gaard, Norwav. Died Sept. 19, 1922. Brother of the above 
two. {Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, L.G., 1939; ^''^ Times, 
Sept. 21, 1922.) 
GODMAN, RICHARD TEMPLE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 7, iSq2. S. [and h.] of [Richard] Temple [Major-Gen., 
served in the Crimea (for whom see Who was Who)], of 
Highden, Pulborough, Sussex. B. [Tune 20], 1873, at Dun- 
dalk, Co. Louth. School, Loretto, Midlothian (Mr Almond). 
Matric. Michs. 1892. Died Julv 29, 1936, at 5, Brunswick 
Terrace, Hove. {Loretto Reg.; Burke, L.G., 1939; The Times, 
July 30, 1936.) 
GODMOND, SAMUEL HYDE. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, 
Oct. 28, 1S31. S. of Samuel Francis [University College, 
Oxford; V. of East Mailing, Kent]. 
GODOLPHIN, D'ARCY (1836) and FRANCIS (1811), see 

OSBORNE. 
GODRICH, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. 15, 1850. 
Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1850; B.A. {25th Wrangler) 
1854; M.A. 1857. At St George's Hospital, London. 
M.R.C.S., 1871. L.R.C.P., 1873- L.S.A., 1873- Of 140, 
Fulham Road, \V. Brompton, London, in 1880. {Medical 
Directory, 1880 not in 1900.) 
GODSAL, HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 14, 1886. 
[6th] s, of Philip William [Oriel College, Oxford], of Iscoyd 
Park, Whitchurch, Salop. B. there [June i], 1867. School, 
Winchester. Matric. Michs. 18S6; B.A. and LL.B. i8go; 
M.A. 1926. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, Jan. 29, 1895. 
On the Oxford Circuit. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Capt., Hampshire Yeomanry). Of 2, Harcourt Buildings, 
Temple. Died Sept. 22, 1932, at Forest Hill, Muir-of-Ord. 
{Winchester Coll. Reg.; Univ. War List; Law Lists; Burke, 
L.G., 1939; The Times, Sept. 24, 1932.) 

GODSCHALL, SAMUEL MAN. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Julv 2, 1783. [Probably s. of William, of .Albury, Surrey 
{see William John Man Godscall, matric. from Christ Church, 
Oxford, 1776).] Matric. Michs. 1783; Scholar, 1783; LL.B. 
1789. Ord. deacon (Gloucester, Litt. dim. from Winchester); 
priest (London) Oct. 26, 1788. {Al. Oxon.) 

GODSELL, RICHARD THOMAS. .\dm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1899. S. of George William, of The Grange, Stroud, 
Gloucs". B. Jan. 9, 1880, at Stroud. School, Clifton College. 
Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1903. Cricket 'blue,' 1903. In 
the Gloucestershire County Cricket XL Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (Lieut., R..A..S.C.). At Bishop's College School, 
Lennoxville, Quebec, Canada, in 1924. {Clifton Coll. Reg.; 
Book of Blues; Univ. War List.) 

GODSELL [or GODSALL], SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
July 2, 1816; from Brasenose College, Oxford, whence he 
had matric. (age 20) June,. 23, 1815. S. of Samuel, of Sun- 
ville, Co. Limerick. Migrated to Jesus, Nov. 17, 1816. 
Matric. Lent, 1817; B.A. 1820. {Al. Oxon.) 

GODSON, ALFRED. .\dm. sizar (age 17) at Trinity, May 7, 
1855. S. of John, clerk, of Coldhurst, Oldham, Lanes. B. in 
London. Matric. Michs. 1855; B.A. 1859; M.A., M.B. and 
M.Chir. 1864. Demonstrator in Anatomy, R. School of Medi- 
cine, Manchester. Assistant Physician at Manchester R. 
Infirmary. J. P. for Cheshire. Medical Officer of Health for 
Cheadle." Died Oct. 26, 19 13, aged 77, at his residence, 
Cheadle House, Cheadle. Father of the next, of Francis .\. 
(1889) and of John H. (i886). {Medical Directories; The 
Times, Oct. 29, 1913-) 

GODSON, ALFRED HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 15, 
1S85. S. and h. of Alfred (above), M.B., of Cheadle [and 
Frances Marv Radcliffe]. B. there Jan. 18, 1867. Schools, 
Aldenham (Rev. J. Kennedy) and Cassel, Germany. Matric. 
Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888; M.B. and B.C. 1892. At Guy's 



Godwin, Charles Henry Sellwood 

Hospital, London; House Surgeon there. House Surgeon, 
General Hospital, Croydon. F.R.C.S., 1898. M.R.C.S.; 
L.R.C.P., 1898. Consultative Surgeon to the Oldham Royal 
Infirmary, 1905-27. Surgeon to Henshaw's Blue Coat 
School. Latterly of Beaconsfield, Bucks., where he died 
Oct. 3, 1938. Brother of Francis A. (1889) and John H. 
(i886). (Aldenham Sch. Reg.; Medical Directories; The Times, 
Oct. 6, 1938.) 

GODSON, ALGERNON WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Clare, 
Oct. 13, 1856. Matric. Michs. 1856. 

GODSON, EDMUND PROBYN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 16, 

1867. [5th] s. of Septimus Holmes [barrister], of 14, Rutland 
Gate, London. B. Nov. 2, 1849, in London. Schools 
[Brighton College (1864) and] Tonbridge. Matric. Michs. 
1868; B.A. 1872; M.A. 1875. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June i, 

1868. Called to the Bar, Apr. 30, 1873. Of 2, Dr Johnson's 
Buildings, Temple, and 49, Antrim Mansions, Haverstock 
Hill. Died Jan. 4, 1918, at Brussels. {Brighton Coll. Reg., 
which gives 'b. Nov. 2, 1850'; Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; Law 
Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, Feb. 28, 1918.) 

GODSON, FRANCIS ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 13, 1889. [3rd] s. of Alfred (1855), of Cheadle, Cheshire. 
B. there Sept. 18, 1870. Schools, Brewood Grammar 
(Mr T. E. Rhodes) and Aldenham Grammar (Rev. J. Ken- 
nedy). Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892; M.B. and B.C. 1899. 
At Guy's Hospital, London; CUnical Assistant, and Assistant 
House Surgeon there. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1897. Served in 
the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.A.M.C). Of Longlands, 
Windermere, in 1930. Died Dec. 24, 1936, at Slurring Crags, 
Windermere. Brother of Alfred H. (18S5) and John H. 
(1886). {Aldenham Sch. Reg.; Univ. War List; Scott, MSS.; 
.Medical Directories; The Times, Dec. 30, 1936.) 

GODSON, GEORGE ST ALBAN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. 10, 1851. [3rd] s. of Richard, lawyer, deceased 
[0-C. and M.P.], late of Lancaster. B. in London. Matric. 
Michs. 1851; B.A. 1856; M.A. 1864. Ord. deacon (Canter- 
bury) 1856; priest, 1857; C. of St Alphage, Canterbury, 
1857-8. C. of St John-the-Evangehst, St Pancras, London, 
1858-60. C. of Shenlev, Herts., 1860-9. C. of Arkley 
Episcopal Chapel, Herts.', 1869-79. V. of Moulsham, Essex, 
1879-1900. Married Jessy, dau. of Samuel Preston Child, of 
Woodhall, Shenlev, Herts. Died Dec. i, 1900, at Moulsham. 
{Essex Review, vol. x.; Crockford; The Times, Dec. 4, 1900.) 

GODSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Dec. 15, 1841. 
S. of WiUiam. B. at Brailes, Warws. Matric. Lent, 1842; 
B.A. 1846. Ord. deacon and priest (Chester) 1845. V. of 
Coldhurst, Lanes., 1845-77. Disappears from Crockford, 
1878. {Clergy List.) 

GODSON, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, June 12, 1855. 
S. of John, clerk. B. at Brailes, Warws. Matric. Michs. 
1855; B.A. 1859; U..\. 1868. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 1859; 
priest, i860; C. of Colne and Shaw, Lanes., 1859-63. C. of 
Halifax, Yorks., 1864-6. C. of St Paul's, Warrington, Lanes., 
1866-8. V. of Ashby-Folville, Leics., 1869-1910. Author, 
religious. Lived latterlv at North Road, Bourne, Lines. 
Died May 27, 1912, aged 78, at Blackpool. {Crockford; The 
Times, May 29, 1912.) 

GODSON, JOHN HERBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, May i, 
1886. [2nd] s. of Alfred (1855), M.B., of Cheadle, Cheshire 
[and Frances Mary Radcliffe]. B. there Oct. 26, 1868. 
Schools, Aldenham, and Cassel, Germany. Matric. Michs. 
1886; B.A. 1889; M.B. and B.C. 1893; D.P.H. 1S99. At 
Guy's Hospital, London; resident Obstetrician there. Clinical 
Assistant, Gt Onnond Street Hospital, and E. London 
Hospital, Shadwell. Medical Officer of Health, Cheadle and 
Gatley, Cheshire. Of Linden HoHse, Cheadle, in 1930. Died 
May 2, 1936, at Gatley. Brother of Alfred H. (1885) and 
Francis .\. (1889). {Aldenham Sch. Reg.; Medical Directories ; 
The Times, May 4, 1936.) 
GODSON, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 16}) at Caius, Jan. 14, 
1814. S. of William, attorney, of Tenbury, Worcs. B. there. 
School, Worcester (Mr Simpson). Matric. Lent, 1814; 
Scholar, 1814-20; B.A. {26th Wrangler) 1818; M.A. 1821. 
Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 1821. Q.C. Counsel for the 
.\dmiralty, 1845. Judge- Advocate of the Fleet. M.P. for 
St Albans, 1831-2; for Kidderminster, 1832-4, 1837-41, 
1841-7, 1847-9. Author, Treatise on the Law of Patents. 
Of Springfield Hall, Lanes., where he died Oct. 1, 1849. 
{Venn, 11. 163.) 
GODWIN, CHARLES HENRY SELLWOOD. Adm. sizar at 
St John's, Oct. 13, 1S85. S. of Robert Charles Rumsey, 
yeoman, of Bath [and Hariet Sellwood]. B. Jan. 8, 1866, at 
West Knoyle, Bath. School, GiUingham Grammar (the Rev. 
James Mountain). Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888; M.A. 
1897. M.A. {ad eundem) Durham, 1900. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln, Litt. dim. for Worcester) 1S90; priest (Worcester) 
1893; C. of New Bilton, Warws., 1S90-1. C. of St Alb. Mart., 



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Bordesley, Birmingham, 1893-8. Founded new parish of 
St Aidan's, Middlesbrough, 1898; V. there, 1898-1934. The 
Church was built by voluntary labour of 80 skilled men, as 
the thanksgiving for deliverance from the smallpox outbreak, 
1898; created patron of St Aidan's by Order of the King in 
Council, 1901. Chaplain to the Marquess of Zetland, 1902-29. 
R. of Nunbumholme, 1934-6. Author, The Anglican Proper 
Psalms, etc. Died Aug. 9, 1936, at Nunburnholme. (Crock- 
ford; Writer's Who's Who, 1935-6; The Times, Aug. 11, 
1936.) 

GODWIN, HERBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 20, 1881. 
S. of George, silk manufacturer [and Maria]. B. at Maccles- 
field, Cheshire. Bapt. Sept. 25, 1862. Matric. Michs. 1881; 
B.A. 1888; M..\. 1892. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1892; priest, 
1893; C. of Kidsgrove, Staffs., 1892-7. R. of Norton-in- 
Hales, Salop, 1897-1904. Perm, to off. dios. London and 
St Albans, 1904-36; Southwark, 1906-36; Canterbury, 
1909-36; Chelmsford, 1915-36; Winchester, 1927-36; Guild- 
ford, 1928-38; Portsmouth, 1931-6. Lie. pr., dio. Rochester, 
1915-42. Lived latterly at Lawton, Cranleigh, Surrey, where 
he died June 27, 1942, aged 79. (Crockford; The Times, 
June 29, 1942.) 

GODWIN, JOHN COLMER COLTHURST. .Adm. pens, (age 20) 
at Pembroke, Oct. i, 1879. S. of James, merchant, of Stoke 
Bishop, near Bristol. B. there. School, Clifton College. 
Matric. Michs. 1879; B..\. 1883; M..-\. 1887. Ord. deacon 
(Gloucester) 1885; priest, 1886; C. of Swindon, Wilts., 
1885-7. C. of Ellacombe, Devon, 1888-91. C. of Westbury- 
on-Trym, Gloucs., 1S92-1913. V. of St Alban's, Clifton, 
1914-18. I. of Sea Mills Missionary district, Bristol, 1926-9; 
V. there, 1929-34. Hon. Canon of Bristol, 1926-39. Perm, 
to off. dio. Bristol, 1934-9. Lived latterly at Clifton, where 
he died May 14, 1939. (Clifton Coll. Reg.; Crockford; The 
Times, May 15, 1939.) 

GODWIN, RICHARD COLTHURST. Adm. pens, at Caius, 
Mar. I, 1870. S. of Richard, J. P. for Somerset. B. [June 2, 
1851], at Clifton. Matric. Michs. 1870; B.A. 1874. A stock- 
broker in London until 1896. (Venn, 11. 391.) 

GODWIN, WALTER PALMER. Adm. at Cl.\re, Oct. 6, 1890. 
[S. of Henry Burke, and Elizabeth Palmer, of Newbury, 
Berks. B. Nov. 17, 1S71.] School, Malvern College. Matric. 
Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893; M.A. 1900. Athletics 'blue,' 1893 
(hammer). Adm. Solicitor, 1896. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 
1898; priest, 1899; C. of Lambeth, Middlesex, 1898-1901. 
Warden of the College Mission, Rotherhithe, Surrey, 1901-8. 
V. of St Andrew's, Battersea, 1908-14. V. of St Luke's, 
Reigate, 1914-47-. Hon. Canon of Southwark, 1935-47-. 
(Malvern Coll. Reg.; Who's Who, 1943; Crockford.) 

GOE, BARTHOLOMEW. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
July 12, 1785. [3rd s. of John], of Homcastle, Lines. [B. 
there Aug. 24, 1767. School, Louth Grammar.] Matric. 
Michs. 1787; B.A. 1790; M.A. 1822. V. of Boston, Lines., 
1817-38. Married, 1796, Frances Flowers, of Boston. Died 
July 15, 1838, aged 71 (sic), at Huxham parsonage, Devon, 
the residence of his son-in-law, the Rev. J. Jolland. Buried 
atCrediton. (Some Louth Grammar Schoolboys; G. Mag., 1838, 
11. 223; Foster, Index Eccles.) 

GOEDECKER, OSCAR JOHN. .\dm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 
1897. S. of Henry, of 194, Queen's Gate, London [and some- 
time of Penge]. B. [Sept. 3, 1879], in London. Schools 
[Dulwich College (left 1892) and] Charterhouse (1893-4). 
Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900. Died 'c. 1905.' (Dulwich 
Coll. Reg.; Charterhouse Sch. Reg. (Godeker).) 

GOFF (formeriy DAVIS), HERBERT WILLIAM. .\dm. pens, 
at Trinity, June 17, 1890. S. and h. of [Sir] William Goff 
Davis [ist Bart.], of GlenviUe, Waterford. B. there [Oct. 20], 
1870. School, Wellington, and at Trinity College, Dubhn. 
Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1S94, as H. W. Davis. Succeeded 
as 2nd Bart., Nov. 23, 1917. D.L. for Co. Waterford; High 
Sheriff, 1914. His grandfather, Strangman Davis, of Hore- 
town House, Co. Wexford, assumed the additional name of 
Goff, Apr. 23, 1845, in compliance with the wiU of his uncle, 
Jacob WiUiam Goff. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Lieut., Army Motor Reserve attached to Motor Ambulance 
Convoy, B.E.F., France). Of Maypark, Waterford, where he 
died June 26, 1923. (Wellington Coll. Reg.; Who was Who 
(Davis-Goff); Omnges of Name; Burke, P. and B., 1939; 
Scott, MSS., which erroneously gives ' 3rd Bart.' ; The Times, 
June 28, 1923.) 

GOFF, THOMAS WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Mar. 24, 1846. S. [and h.] of Thomas [clerk, of DubUn, and 
of Carriglea, Co. DubUn. B. July 6, 1829]. Comet, 7th 
Dragoon Guards, 1848; Capt., 1853; sold out, 1858. Of 
Oakport, Co. Roscommon; High Sheriff, 1858-9. M.P. for 
Co. Roscommon, 1859-60. Married, Mar. 17, 1S63, Dorothea, 
dau. of the Rev. Lord Augustus FitzClarence, and had issue. 



Going, Claude Arthur Hedley 

Died June 3, 1876, at 4, Ovington Gardens, London. (Boase, 
v. 432; Burke, L.G., 1864; L.G. of Ireland; The Times, 
June 8, 1876.) 

GOFFIN, ROMRIL JAMES ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1893. S. of the Rev. (sic) R. E. H. [Head Master 
of Westminster City School]. B. in Westminster. School, 
United Westminster. .Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. (Hist. 
Trip., ist Class) 1896; LL.B. (Law Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 
1897; Whewell Scholar, 1897; George Long Prize, 1897; 
Yorke Prize, 1899; M.A. and LL.M. igoo. Fellow, 1901. 
Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 19, 1900. Died July 9, 
1903, aged 27 (sic), at Wakes Colne, Essex. Brother of the 
next. (Scott, MSS.; The Times, July 11, 1903.) 

GOFFIN, SYDNEY FREDERICK HERBERT. Adm. pens, at 
Jesus, Oct. 1897. S. of Robert E. H. [of Wakes Colne, 
Essex, and Westminster]. B. Sept. 16, 1878. School, 
LTiiited School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1897 (Hist. 
Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1899; Law Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1901) ; 
B..^. 1900; LL.B. 1901. Civil. Servant at the War Office. 
.Assistant Auditor, Western Command, 1914-17. .Assistant 
Financial Adviser, B.E.F., France, and Financial Adviser, 
Rhine Army; Hon. Col.; O.B.E. Died at Hurstpierpoint, 
Sussex, .Aug. 18, 1947. Brother of the above. (Burke, 
O.B.E. Bk.) 

GOFORTH, FRANCIS. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Feb. 17, i795- 
Of Lincolnshire. Matric. Michs. 1795; B.A. 1799; Scholar, 
1800; M..A. 1802. Fellow, 1801. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 
1799; priest (Winchester, Litt. dim. from Ely) Mar. 3, 1803; 
C. of High Halden, Kent, 1799. \'. of Whitchurch Canoni- 
corum, Dorset, 1805-39. Preb. of Wells, 1816-39. JP- ^o^ 
Somerset (G. Mag. gives Dorset). Died Feb. 17, 1839, at 
Whitchurch. (Hutchins, i. 545; Foster, Index Eccles.; 
G. Mag., 1839, I. 440.) 

GOGGS, EDWARD HENRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, .Apr. 27, 
1855. [3rd] s. of Henry (next), V. of South Creake, Norfolk. 
[B. Apr. II, 1836.] School, Fauconberge, Beccles. Matric. 
Michs. 1855; B..A. 1859; M..A. 1863. Assistant Master at 
St Bees Grammar School, 1859-62; at Tonbridge School, 
1862-96; retired. Continued to reside at Tonbridge, where 
he was for many years a notable figure. Died there May 9, 
1931. (Peile, II. 540; Scott, MSS.; The Times, May 11, 1931.) 

GOGGS, HENRY. .Adm. sizar (age 19) at Christ's, Mar. 17, 
1819. S. of Henry. B. at Whissonsett, Norfolk. School, 
Norwich (Rev. E. Valpy). Matric. Michs. 1819; Scholar, 
1820; B..A. 1823; M..A. 1826. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Oct. 5, 
1823; priest, Oct. 17, 1824; V. of South Creake, Norfolk, 
1824-58. C. of Dunton, 1829-. Died suddenly Jan. 2, 1858, 
aged 58. Father of the above. (Vosisi, Index Eccles.; Clergy 
List; G. Mag., 1858, i. 224.) 

GOGGS (post PEMBERTON), ROBERT GEORGE. Adm. pens, 
at Christ's, Apr. 26, 1S76. S. of WilUam Dix. B. [Apr. 21, 
1854], at Norivich. Matric. Michs. 1876; Scholar, 1876; B.A. 
(nth Wrangler) 1880; M.A. 1883. Mathematical Master at 
the Isle of Wight College, Ryde, 1880; at Bangor Grammar 
School, 1881. Science Master at Melbourne Grammar School, 
Australia, 1883. .Acting Professor of mathematics (one year) 
at Sydney University, 1885. Vice-Principal of Liverpool 
College and Head Master of the Middle School, 1887-91; 
subsequently engaged in private tuition. Took the name of 
Pemberton, May 15, 1895; then of Blackheath, Kent. 
Principal of the Tutorial and Correspondence College, Van- 
couver, B.C., 1910-. (Peile, 11. 648; Changes of Name.) 

GOGILL, CHARLES. .Adm. sizar (age 17) at Caius, Mar. 13, 
1758. S. of John Gogle or Gogill (1729-30), R. of BrundaU, 
Norfolk. B. in Norwich. Schools, Norwich (Mr Welton) and 
Hingham. Scholar, 1758-63; matric. Easter, 1759, as Gogle; 
B..A. 1762. Ord. deacon (Norwich) July 18, 1762; priest, 
.Aug. 12, 1764; C. of Cantley and Southwood, Norfolk, 1762. 
V. of Surlingham, 1766. V. of Ranworth with Upton, 
1771-93. Married, Nov. 23, 1772, Elizabeth Palmer, at 
Brundall. Died Sept. 16, 1793. (Ken«, n. 74; G. A/ag., 1793, 
II. 870.) 

GOH, LAI HEE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 2, 1899. 
Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902; M..A. 1906. 

GOING, CLAUDE ARTHUR HEDLEY. Adm. at Pembroke, 
Oct. 1892. S. and h. of Philip, Capt., R.N., deceased. B. 
Feb. 12, 1873, at Portsmouth. School, Perse, Cambridge. 
Matric. .Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1908. Ord. deacon 
(Truro) 1899; priest, 1900; C. of Crowan, Cornwall, 1899- 
1903. C. of St George's, Truro, 1903-5. C. of Christ Church, 
Reading, 1905-7. R. of Pleasley, Derbs., 1907-18. V. of 
St Agnes, Moseley, Worcs., 1918-36. R. of Fitz, Salop 
1936-44. Died June 29, 1947. Brother of Joseph A. (1878I. 
(Crockford.) 



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GOING, JOHN. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 7, 1893. [S. of A., Esq. 
B. Mar. 8, 1874.] School, St Edward's, Oxford. Matric. 
Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1907. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 
1898; priest, 1899; C. of St Paul's, West Exe, Devon, 1898- 
1900. C. of Tomiarton with Littleton, Gloucs., 1900-4. C. of 
St .M., Purton, Wilts., 1904-7. C. of Cahir, Co. Tipperary, 
1907-10. I. of Ballintemple, Dundrum, 1910-19. R. of 
Dungarvan with Ringagonagh, Co. Waterford, 1919-43-. 
Brother of Thomas H. (1895). (S Edward's Sch., Oxford, 
Roll; Crockford.) 

GOING, JOSEPH ANDREW. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 11, 
1878. [Elder] s. of Philip, staff Commander, K.N., of Cam- 
bridge [and sometime of Traverston Lodge, Southsea]. B. 
Aug. 26, i860, at Chelmsford, Essex. School, Uppingham 
(MrThring). Matric. Michs. 1878; B..\. 1882. At the London 
Hospital. L.S.A.,1884. M.R.C.S.,1887. Surgeon, St George's 
Hospital, St George, Queensland. Surgeon, Mungindi Border 
Hospital, New South Wales. Latterly of Hamilton, Waikato, 
New Zealand. Died Dec. 15, 1919, at The Elms, Manea, 
Canibs. Brother of Claude .\. H. {1892). (Uppingham Sch. 
Roll; Medical Directories; The Times, Dec. 19, 1919.) 

GOING, THOMAS HARDINGE. Adm. at Clare, July 9. i895- 
[S. of A., Esq. B. Dec. i, 1875.] School, St Edward's, 
Oxford. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1921. Served in the 
South African War, 1900. Railway Engineer in S. Africa. 
During the Great War, 1914-19, 2nd Lieut., R.F.A., 1915; 
R.A.S.C, 1918; Lieut., R.T.O. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 
1921; priest, 1922; C. of .\ylesford, Kent, 1921. V. of Mack- 
worth, Derbs., 1924-8. Lie. to off. dio. Coventry, 1929-32. 
R. of Corley, Warws., 1932-44. Brother of John (1893). 
Died Mar. 23, 1944. {St Edzcard's Sch., Oxford, Roll; Crock- 
ford; Univ. War List; The Times, Mar. 27, 1944.) 

GOKAL CHAND, BADHWAR (1892), see BADHWAR, GOKAL 
CHAND. 

GOLAK-NATH, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 9, 
1880. S.of theRev. Golak-NathChatterji. B. [June 6, 1859], 
at Jalander, Punjab. School, Lahore Government College. 
Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. and LL.B. 1884. Practised as an 
advocate in Lahore; law Lecturer there, 1904-; Principal of 
the Law College. President of the Indian Christian Associa- 
tion. Died Oct. 2, 1911. (Peile, 11. 677; I.C.S. List.) 

GOLBY, WILLIAM ANDERTON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 12, 1891. S. of Wilham, gent., of Notting Hill [and 
Elizabeth Anderton]. B. May 6, 1871, at Radway. School, 
Totteridge Park (Rev. J. Bell). Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 
1894. 

GOLD, ALFRED GILBEY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Jesus, 
Oct. I, 1876. S. and h. of Henry [D.L. and J. P., of Melmoth 
Lodge, Berks., and Charlotte A., dan. of Henry Gilbey, of 
Bishop's Stortford]. B. [1859], in Dublin. School, Bishop's 
Stortford. Matric. Michs. 1876. J. P. for Berks. A race- 
horse owner. Of i, Porchester Close, London, W., in 1939. 
{Who's Who in Racing, 1939; Fox-Da vies. Armorial Families.) 

GOLD, ERNEST. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 21, 1900. S. of 
John, farmer, of Anstey, Shilton, Coventrv [and EUen 
Peckett]. B. July 24, 1881, at Berkswell. Schools, Coleshill 
Grammar (Mr F. R. Mayon) and Mason College, Birmingham 
(Mr Heath). Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. {yd Wrangler) 1903; 
M.A. 1907. Fellow, 1906. Schuster Reader in dynamical 
meteorology at Cambridge, 1907-10. F.R.S., 1918. Dis- 
covered a physical explanation of the isothermal condition 
of the upper atmosphere. Served in the Great War, 19 14-19 
(Capt., 1915; Lieut. -Col., 1918, R.E. (Meteorological Sec- 
lion); D.S.O., 1916; O.B.E.; mentioned four times in des- 
patches). President, R. Meteorological Society, 1934-6. 
President, International Commission for Synoptic Weather 
Information, 1919-39, and of Meteorological Sub-Com- 
mission of International Commission for Aerial Navigation, 
1922-39. Deputy Director, Meteorological Office, Air 
Ministry, 1940-3-. C.B., 1942. Author, Physical and 
Meteorological Papers and Reports in the Proceedings of the 
Royal Society; Reports of British Association, etc. Of 
8, Hurst Close, Hanipstead Garden Suburb, in 1943. {Who's 
Who; Univ. War List; Kellv, Handbook, 1943; Hist. Reg.; 
Burke, O.B.E. Bk.; D.S.O. Bk.) 

GOLD, PHILIP. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 8, 1886. S. of 
Charles, of 17, Cumberland Terrace, London. B. [Mar. 22], 
1867, in London. School, Hertford High, Herts. (Mr May). 
Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889. 

GOLDEN, ARTHUR THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Jan. 30, 1874. S. of Thomas, Esq., of 3, Eastern Terrace, 
Hills Road, Cambridge. B. Mar. 29, 1853. Bapt. at Old 
Weston, Hunts. Migrated to Caius. Matric. Lent, 1874. 

GOLDEN, JOHN. .\dm. pens, (age 20) at Jesus, Oct. 31, 1844. 
S. of John. B. at Knaith, Lines. Matric. Michs. 1844. 



GoLDiE, Charles James Dashwood 

GOLDESBROUGH, JOHN. B.A. 1799, incorp. from Oxford; 
M.A. from Corpus Christi, 1799. S. of John, of Bruton, 
Somerset. Matric. from Wadham College, Oxford, June 9, 
1761, age 16; B..A. (Oxford) 1765. P.C.of Shepton-Montague, 
Somerset, 1793-1823. R. of Winterbourne-Monkton, Dorset, 
1799-1823. Died 1823. This identification is doubtless 
correct, but his son, John, proceeded B.A. from Balliol, 
1797, was B.D. (Oxford), Fellow of Magdalen and R. of 
Slymbridge, Gloucs.; died 1846. {Al. Oxon.; Hutchins, 11. 
532; Foster, Index Eccles.) 

GOLDFINCH, HENRY HAMMOND. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1, 1881. S. and h. of Henry Robert (next). 
B. [July 10, 1863], at Rotherhurst, Sussex. School, Ton- 
bridge. Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884. Of Rotherhurst, 
Sussex, which property he sold. J. P. Of Cobbe Cottage, 
13, Prince Edward's Road, Lewes, Sussex, in 1939. {Ton- 
bridge Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G., 1939.) 

GOLDFINCH, HENRY ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 17, 1833. [S. and h. of Sir Henry, K.C.B., Lieut. - 
General. B. 1817. School, Tonbridge.] Matric. Michs. 1833; 
Exhibitioner; B.A. 1838. President of the Union, 1836. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Aug. 4, 1835. Called to the Bar, 
Jan. 26, 1842. Of the Sohcitors' Department, the Treasury, 
1856-78. Lived latterly at Rotherhurst, Rotherfield, Sussex. 
J. P. for Sussex. Married, Jan. 31, 1856, EmUy Reynolds, 
dau. of Samuel Reynolds Solly, Esq., of Serge Hill, Herts. 
Died Dec. 22, 1898. Father of the above. {Tonbridge Sch. 
Reg.; Foster, Men at the Bar; Law Lists; Burke, L.G., I939-) 

GOLDFINCH, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 2, 

1801. S.of —, of Margate. B. at Canterbury. Matric. Michs. 
1801. Kept four terms by residence; name off, Oct. 16, 1803. 
The parish register of St George's, Canterbury, reads 
'Wilham, s. of William and Philadelphia G., bapt. Sept. 9, 
1783'; and the St Alphage, Canterbury, register gives 
'William G., bachelor, of St George's in this city, and 
Philadelphia Rayner, a spinster, married Apr. 16, 1782, by 
licence.' The father, William, is probably the person of that 
name 'fomierly organ-builder of Margate, and for the last 
few years an in-brother of St Nicholas Hospital, Harbledown,' 
who died Jan. 31, 1846, aged 90, at Canterbury. (G. Mag., 
1846, I. 332; St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 272.) 

GOLDFRAP, FREDERICK WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Apr. 6, 1843. [Probably s. of the Rev. Frederick William, 
R. of Clenchwarton, Norfolk, formerly in the Bengal .Army.] 
Matric. Michs. 1843; B.A. 1847. 

GOLDHAM, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Nov. 28, 1838. Of Middlesex. Matric. Lent, 1839; B.A. 1843. 
Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1841; priest (Hereford for Lichfield) 
1842. P.C. of Mow Cop, Staffs., -1843-4. Chaplain to the 
New Poor Law School, Norwood, Middlesex, -1849-53. R. of 
Caldecote, and V. of Newnham, Herts., 1853-70. Lived 
latterly at Newnham. Died Dec. i, 1880, aged 63, at Lee, 
Kent. {Clergy List; Crockford; I'he Guardian, Dec. 8, 1880.) 

GOLDIE, ALEXANDER LEWIS ROBERTSON. Adm. at 
Trinity Hall, 1896. S. of George Lemon, deceased, of 
Sandhurst, Australia. Schools, Sandhurst and Scotch Col- 
lege, Melbourne. Matric. Lent, 1896. Brother of Thomas 
P. R. (1896). 

GOLDIE, ALEXANDER ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
July 8, 1861. S. of Barr6 William [Major, Bengal En- 
gineers]. B. [June 5, 1844], at Boulogne, France. Schools, 
Cheltenham College (1857-9) and Repton, 1S59-62. Matric. 
Michs. 1862; B.A. 1866; M.A. 1870. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 
i:-;68; priest, 1869; C. of Elvaston, Derbs., 1868-74; V. there 
1874-98. R. of Gawsworth, Cheshire, 1898-1904. Dis- 
appears from Crockford, 1908. {Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; 
Repton Sch. Reg.) 

GOLDIE, CHARLES DASHWOOD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Dec. 27, 1843. S. of John, Esq. [and Elizabeth Georgina]. 
B. Mar. 26, 1825, at "Paris. Matric. Michs. 1843; Scholar, 
1847; B.A. 1847; M..\. 1850. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1848; 
priest, 1849. P.C. of High Toynton, Lines., 1851. P.C. of 
St Thomas's, Colnbrook, Bucks., 1852-66. V. of St Ives, 
Hunts., 1866-86. Married, June 28, 1848, Harriet, dau. of 
Col. James Nicol, formerly Adjutant-General of the Bengal 
Army. Died Jan. 11, 1886, at St Ives. Father of the next 
and of John'H. D. (1868). {Inc. of Hunts.; Clergy List; 
Crockford; The Guardian, Jan. 20, 1886.) 

GOLDIE, CHARLES JAMES DASHWOOD. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, Oct. 30, 1871. S. of Charles Dashwood (above). 
B. at Colnbrook, Stanwell. Bapt. May 7, 1854. [School, 
Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1872. .Assistant Master at Leeds Gr. 
School, 1876; Second Master at Sydney Grammar School, 
New South Wales, in 1888. Brother of John H. D. (1868). 
{Eton Sch. Lists.) 



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GOLDIE, CLAUDE JOHN DASHWOOD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 30, i8g6. S. of John Haviland Dashwood (1868), of 
26, The Boltons, Kensington, London. B. [Dec. 29, 1876], 
at St Ives, Hunts. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1896; B..\. 
1900. Rowing 'blue,' 1898, 1899; President, C.U.B.C., 1899, 
1900. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.F.A.; 
StaS Capt.; M.C., 1917; mentioned in despatches). Engaged 
in business as a woolbroker. Resided at St George's HUl, 
Weybridge. (Kelly, Surrey, 1938; Eton Sch. Lists; Book of 
Blues; Univ. War List.) 

GOLDIE, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 17, 1809. 
Matric. Lent, 1809. Distinguish from one of these names, 
b. Oct. 25, 17S4, at Momay House, Edinburgh; M.D. (Edin.) 
1808; L.R.C.P.; Physician to York Co. Hospital. (Boase, 
1. 1 165; Medical Directory, 1850.) 

GOLDIE, GEORGE DASHWOOD TAUBMAN. Hon. LL.D. 

1897. Younger s. of Col. Goldie-Taubman, Scots Guards, and 
Speaker of the House of Keys, Isle of Man. B. May 20, 1846, 
at the Nunnerv, Isle of Man. Educated at the Royal Military 
Academy, Woolwich. Lieut., R.E. K.C.M.G., 1887. P.C, 

1898. F.R.S., 1902. Hon. D.C.L., Oxford. .Attended Berlin 
Conference as expert on affairs of the Niger, 18S4-5. Ob- 
tained grant of Royal charter to the National African 
Company, under title of Royal Niger Co., Chartered and 
Limited, which secured 400,000 square miles of most highly 
fertile, highly mineralised, and thickly populated portion of 
W. African territory, known as Nigeria, 1897. On Royal 
Commissions on S. .African War, 1902-3, and on War Stores, 
1905-6. President, National Defence .Association, 1905-14 
and 1915-20. Died .Aug. 20, 1925. {D.N.B.; Who was 
Who.) 

GOLDIE, JOHN HAVILAND DASHWOOD. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, Oct. 5, 1868. S. [and h.] of Charles Dashwood 
(1843), clerk [and Harriet]. B. [Mar. 18, 1849], at Horncastle, 
Lines. Bapt. Apr. 18, 1849. [School, Eton.] Matric. .Michs. 
1868; B.A. 1873. Rowing 'blue,' 1869-72 (when Cambridge 
won three races after nine successive defeats) ; President, 
C.U.B.C, 1870-2; winner of Colquhoun ScuUs, 1S70. Assist- 
ant Master, Lancaster Grammar School, 1872-3. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, May 6, 1872. Called to the Bar, June 
7, 1875. Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer. Manager of 
Watneys' Brewery. Captain, Leander Rowing Club, 1873 
and 1876; Treasurer, 1881-95. Stroked Leander Club in 
the Grand Challenge Cup at Henley, 1875. Umpire at 
Henley Regatta for many years. In conjunction with 
G. H. T. Treheme, compiled Record of University Boat Race, 
1829-80. Died .Apr. 12, 1896, at St Leonards-on-Sea, from 
blood-poisoning. Buried in Richmond cemetery. Memorial 
brass in St John's College Chapel. The C.U.B.C. erected 
the 'Goldie' boathouse as a tribute to him in 1882. Father 
of Claude J. D. (1896); brother of Charles J. D. (1871). (Eton 
Sch. Lists; Eagle, June, 1896, 282-9, and Dec. 1896, 377-9; 
Boase, v. 434; Law Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar; The 
Standard, .Apr. 15, 1896.) 

GOLDIE, THOMAS PERCY ROBERTSON. Adm. at Trinity 
H.\LL, 1896. S. of George Leman, deceased, of Sandhurst, 
Australia. School, Scotch College, Melbourne. Matric. 
Michs. 1896. Brother of .Alexander L. R. (1896). 

GOLDING, BENJAMIN BASS. .Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 10, 
1809. Matric. Michs. 1811; Scholar, 1813; B.A. 1815; M..A. 
1818. Ord. deacon (Norwich) May 24, 1818; priest, June 27, 
1819; C. of Kingston-on-Thames, 1821-4. C. of Scalby, 
Yorks., -1841-. C. of Marbury, Cheshire, 1842-5. R. of 
Skelton, Yorks., 1846-70. Disappears from Crockford, 1872. 
Author, religious. (Clergy List.) 

GOLDING, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Christ's, 
June 29, 1772. S. of Thomas [solicitor, of Bury St Edmunds]. 
B. [at Poslingford], Suffolk. School, Bury (Mr Garnham). 
Matric. Michs. 1772; Scholar, 1772; B.A. 1776. Ord. deacon 
(Ely, Litt. dim. from Norwich) Sept. 29, 1776; C. of Burston 
and Shimpling, 1776. R. of Crofton, Yorks., 1814-17. P.C. 
of Ruscombe, Berks., 1816-. R. of Stratford St Mary, 
Suffolk, 1817-44. (Bury Gr. Sch. Reg.; Peile, 11. 296; Foster, 
Index Eccles.; Clergy List.) 

GOLDING, CHARLES ARMIGER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 

May 2, 1818. Of Essex. Matric. Michs. 1818. 

GOLDING, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 20) at St John's, 
Oct. 30, 1773. Previously matric. from University College, 
Oxford, July 14, 1770, age 17. S. of the Rev. Edward, of 
Lifford, Ireland. B. at Twickenham, Middlesex. [Bapt. 
.Aug. 30, 1753, at KiUowen, Londonderry.] School, Win- 
chester. Matric. Michs. 1773; Scholar, Nov. 9, 1773. Kept 
three terms by residence; name off, Nov. 7, 1774. (St John's 
Coll. Adm., IV. 272; Al. Oxon.) 



GoLDNEY, John Kello-w 

GOLDING (post GOLDING-PALMER), HENRY. Adm. pens. 
(age 18) at Trinity, May 17, 1834. S. of Charles. B. at 
Maiden Erleigh, Berks. School, in Kent (private). Matric. 
Michs. 1834; B..A. 1838. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1842; 
priest, 1843; C. of Stratford St Mary, Suffolk, 1842-4; R. 
there, 1844-80. .Assumed the name of Golding-Palmer, 
Oct. 13, 1880. Lived latterly at Holme Park, Reading, 
Berks. Disappears from Ccofft/orii, 1898. (Changes of Name; 
Clergy List.) 

GOLDING, JOSIAH EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
June 21, 1828. Of Essex. Matric. Michs. 1828; Prizeman; 
B..A. 1852; M.A. 1840. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1833; priest, 
1834. No curacy recorded until C. of Wattisfield, Suffolk, 
1845-6. C. of Hinderclay, Suffolk, 1846-60. V. of Griston, 
1860-73. Resided there latterly and disappears from Crock- 
ford, 188 1. Author of pamphlets on the Poor Law and 
Education; contributor to religious reviews and magazines. 
(Clergy List.) 

GOLDING, RICHARD. .Adm. sizar (age 24) at Christ's, Mar. 12, 
1789. S. of William. B. at Kirkham, Lanes. School, Kirk- 
ham (Mr Threlfall). Matric. Michs. 1789; Scholar, 1789; 
B..A. 1793; M..A. 1796. Ord. deacon (Gloucester, Litt. dim. 
from Ely) Mar. 20, 1791; priest (Ely) June 19, 1791; C. of 
Bassingbourn, Cambs., 1791. P.C. of Stoke Ferry, Norfolk, 
and C. of .Abington-in-the-Clay, Cambs., 1803-9. Died 
suddenly Sept. 20, 1809. (Peile, 11. 326; G. Mag., 1809, 11. 
1075.) 

GOLDING, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Apr. 22, 
1841. S. of Samuel, of Walsham, Ixworth. Matric. Michs. 
1841; B.A. 1845; M.A. 1848; C. of Mautby, Norfolk, in 1851. 
C. of Prating, Essex, 1856. P.C. of Martindale, Penrith, 
1858-76. R. of Ousby, Cumberiand, 1876-92. Lived latterly 
at Ousby rectory, where he died Apr. 12, 1896, aged 73. 
(T. A. Walker, 473; Crockford; The Standard, Apr. 15, 
1896.) 

GOLDING, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Feb. i, 
1832; from Wadham College, Oxford, whence he had matric. 
May 20, 182S. S. and h. of John, Esq., of Ditton Place, near 
Maidstone, Kent., and of Wookey, Somerset. B. i8ii. 
School, Blundell's, Tiverton. Matric. Lent, 1832; Scholar, 
1832; (Civil Law Classes, ist Class, 1833-4); LL.B. 1838. 
Probably C. of Ringwood, Hants., 1844-5. C. of Bridport, 
Dorset, 1846-7-. Disappears from Clergy List, 1861. (Blun- 
dell's Sch., Tiverton, Reg.; Al. Oxon.) 

GOLDMERSTEIN, LEON. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1894; from 
Averst H. 

GOLDNEY, ADAM. .Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, May 5, 
1828. [3rd] s. of Thomas [of Clifton, Bristol], B. in London. 
School, Hounslow, Middlesex (Mr I3enson). Matric. Michs. 
1828; B.A. 1832; M.A. 1838. Ord. deacon (0.xford) 1832; 
priest, 1833; C. of Dorchester, O.xon., 1832. C. of S. Moreton, 
Bucks., 1838. C. of Cuddesdon, Oxon., 1839-45. V. of E. 
Pennard, Somerset, 1845-89. P.C. of W. Bradley, 1845-76. 
Preb. of Wells, 1871-98. Resided latterly at i. Downside 
Road, Clifton, where he died Oct. 10, 1898. Father of 
Reginald P. (1869). (Crockford; Scott, MSS.; The Times, 
Oct. 13, 1898.) 

GOLDNEY (post HONE-GOLDNEY), GEORGE. Adm. at King's, 
a scholar from Eton, .Apr. 19, 1835. [S. of Francis Bennett, 
of Willowbrook, Eton, and of Seymour Court, Gt Marlow, 
Bucks. Bapt. Jan. 23, 1816, at Buckingham.] Matric. Easter, 
1835; B..A. 1839; M.A. 1842. FeUow, 1838-50. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) 1840; priest, 1841. Unbeneficed. Lived latterly at 
Southfield, Tunbridge Wells. Died Oct. 22, 1S71. Father of 
George H. (next). (Eton Sch. Lists; King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; 
Clergy List; Crockford.) 

GOLDNEY (or HONE-GOLDNEY), GEORGE HONE. Adm. pens. 
(age 19) at Trinity H.-^ll, Apr. 2, 1870. S. [and h.] of George 
(above), clerk, of Goldney Court Garden, Tunbridge Wells. 
[B. 1852.] School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1870, as Hone- 
Goldney; Scholar, 1871; B.A. 1874; M.A. 1880. Cricket 
'blue,' 1873. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 15, 1873. 
Called to the Bar, Jan. 26, 1877. On the Oxford Circuit. 
(Eton Sch. Lists; Book of Blues, Hone-Goldney; Foster, Men 
at the Bar; Law Lists.) 

GOLDNEY, JOHN KELLOW. Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 31, 
1818; from Balliol College, Oxford, whence he had matric. 
Dec. II, 1816, age 18. S. of Gabriel [High Sheriff of Bristol], 
of Clifton, GIoucs. Matric. Lent, i8i8;B..A. 1821; M..A. 1824. 
Ord. deacon (Gloucester) June 2, 1822; priest (Chester) 1823. 
Chaplain in the Royal Navy, 1824; at Bermuda Royal 
Dockyard, 1835-S; at Greenwich Hospital, 1835-65. Died 
Nov. 17, 1869. (Al. Oxon.; Crockford; Burke, P. and B.) 



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GoLDNEY, John Tankerville 

GOLDNEY, JOHN TANKERVILLE. Adni. pens, at Trinity, 
Apr. 25, 1864. [Youngest] s. of [Sir] Gabriel [Bart.], of 
Chippenham, Wilts. B. there [June 15], 1846. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1864; B.A. 1868; LL.B. 1869. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, Oct. 22, 1864. Called to the Bar, 
Apr. 30, 1869. Special Pleader. On the Northern Circuit. 
Attorney-General and Admiralty advocate of Leeward 
Islands, 1880-1. Acting Chief Justice, 1S81-3. Puisne Judge 
of British Guiana, 1883-7; of the Straits Settlements, 1887- 
92. Chief Justice of Trinidad, 1892-1900. Knighted, 1893. 
Of Monks Park, Corsham, Wilts., and Hanover Court, 
Hanover Square, London, W. J. P. for Wilts.; High Sheriff, 
1910. Director of tlie Capital and Counties Bank. Died 
Apr. II, 1920, at Corsham. [Harrow Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; 
Who was Who; Foster, Men at the Bar; Law Lists; Burke, 
P. and B.; The Times, Apr. 13, 1920.) 

GOLDNEY, REGINALD PHILIP. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 

Mar. 12, i86g. [3rd] s. of Adam {1S28). B. [July 3, 1850], 
at E. I'ennard. School, Marlborough College. Matric. Michs. 
1869; B.A. 1873; M.A. 1895. Ord. deacon (Bath and Wells) 
1873; priest, 1874; C. to his father at E. Pennard, Somerset, 
1873-6. Succeeded him as V. of W. Bradley with Lottisham, 
1876-8. V. of Penalt, Monniouth, 1888-1908. R. of Ovington, 
Norfolk, 1908-11. Lfved latterly af 13, Cannalt Gardens, 
Putney. Died Nov. 13, 1929, at Worthing. (Marlborough 
Coll. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; Peile, 11. 609; Crockford; The Times, 
Nov. 18, 1929.) 

COLORING, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age iS) at Pembroke, 
Oct. I, 1878. S. of Thomas, attornev, deceased, of Claphani, 
Surrey. B. there. [School, Blo.xham's.] Studied law in 
London a year before coining up. Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 
1882. Ord. deacon (Hereford) 1884; priest, 1885; C. of Clun, 
Salop, 1884-6. C. of St Paul's, Walkden, Lanes., i886-8. 
C. of St M., Ely, Cambs., 1888-90. C. of Woolpit, Suffolk, 
1890-1. C. of Ardleigh, Essex, 1892-3. R. of Bury, Hunts., 
1893-7. R. of Halwill, Devon, 1897-9. R. of Paget with 
Warwick, Bermuda, W. Indies, 1899-1906. V. of Milcombe, 
Oxon., 1906-17. R. of Beaford, N. Devon, 1917-32. Author 
of Some Reminiscences of an Unclerical Cleric, which include 
an entertaining description of his experiences in Bermuda, 
British Guiana and the United States. Died July 4, 1932- 
{Crockford; The Guardian, July 22, 1932.) 

GOLDSCHMIDT, ALBERT MAX BENEDICT. Adm. at Trinity 
Hall, 1897. S. of Max, Esq., of 10, Bockenheimer Land- 
strasse, Frankfurt-on-Maine, Germany. School, Hadfische 
Lessing-Gymnasium, Frankfort. Matric. Michs. 1897. 

GOLDSCHMIDT, HENRY FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1894. S. of Maurice, of 66, Mount Street, London. 

B. [Nov. 9, 1874], in London. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1894; B.A. 1898; M.B., B.C. and M.A. 1902. Member 
of the London Stock Exchange. Of 41, Ennismore Gardens, 
London, in 1943. Died Apr. 8, 1946. {Harrow Sch. Reg., 
where father's name is given ' Maurice A.' 

GOLDSMITH, ALFRED GURNEY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity Hall, May 10, 1877. S. of Malcolm, Esq., deceased, 

■ of the Admiralty. School, Somerset College, Bath. Matric. 
Michs. 1877; Winchester Reading Prize, 1881; B.A. 1881; 
M.A. 1884. Ord. deacon (St Albans) 1882; priest, 1883; 

C. of Leyton, Essex, 1882-5. Seamen's Chaplain at Hong- 
Kong, 1885-95, and at Melbourne, 1905-23. V. of Appledore, 
Devon, 1896-1905. Died Jan. 17, 1926, aged 66, at Kobe, 
Japan. Brother of Henry D. (1872) and Malcolm G. (1867). 
{Crockford; The Times, Jan. 19, 1926.) 

GOLDSMITH, The Rev. EDMUND. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. 14, 1834. Of Middlesex. In Priest's Orders. [One of 
these names, s. of Jacob, schoolmaster, of Charles Street, 
London. B. c. 1797. School, St Paul's.] Ord. deacon 
(Chester) 1822; priest (York) 1823. P.C. of Cresswell, 
Northumb., 1836-49. R. of Hinton-on-the-Green, Gloucs., 
1849-69. Married and had issue (a s. Edmund Hubert, 
matric. from Wadham College, Oxford, 1847). Died June 2, 
1869. (Foster, Index Eccles.; Al. Oxon.; Clergy List; St 
Paul's Sch. Reg.; The Guardian, June 9, 1869.) 

GOLDSMITH, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, 
June 5, 1857. S. of Edward, Capt., of Gadshill, near 
Rochester, Kent. [B. Dec. 12, 1836, at Rotherhithe.] Migrated 
to Caius, Oct. 5, 1857. Matric. Michs. 1857. Resided one 
term. Said to have entered the Army; afterwards studied 
medicine. Married. 'Died somewhat young.' {Venn, 11. 
338-) 

GOLDSMITH, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Peterhouse, 
June 26, 1823. Of Sudbury, Suffolk. Matric. Michs. 1823; 
B.A. 1829; M.A. 1832. One of these names was called to the 
Bar, Middle Temple, Jan. 29, 1836; Equity Draftsman and 
Conveyancer; of 5, New Square, London. {Law Lists, 1880: 
not in 1900; T. A. Walker, 418.) 



GoLEBORN, Thomas 

GOLDSMITH, GEORGE HARVEY. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 
1886. S. of Dr G. P., of Bedford. B. there [Oct. 22], 1867. 
School, Bedford Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889; 
M.B. 1893; M.D. 1902; M.A. 1927. At St George's Hospital, 
London. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1892. House Surgeon at St 
George's . Practised at Bedford. Ophthalmic surgeon in 
charge of No. 8 Centre during the Great War, 1914-19. 
Author, medical. Died May 20, 1940, at Aldeburgh, Suffolk. 
Brother of Sidney W. (1889). {Medical Directories; Venn, 
II. 482; The Times, May 22, 1940.) 

GOLDSMITH (post VIGNE), HENRY. Adm. pens, at Peter- 
house, Mar. 29, 1834. Matric. Michs. 1834; B.A. 1838; 
M..'^. 1844, as H. G. Vigne. Ord. deacon (Chichester) 1840; 
priest, 1841; V. of Sunbury, Middlesex, 1842-98. Nephew 
of Frederick Vigne, Esq., of 13, Connaught Place, London. 
Took the name of Vigne. Married, Nov. 21, 1842, Anne, dau. 
of Christopher Hodgson, Esq., of Dean's Yard, Westminster. 
Died June 20, 1898, aged 81. {T. A. Walker, 448; Crockford; 
Cambridge Independent Press, June 24, 1898.) 

GOLDSMITH, HENRY DELPRATT. Adm. sub-sizar at Trinity, 
Oct. 12, 1872. S. of Malcolm, of Plymouth. B. [June 7, 
1854], at Woolwich. School, Kensington, London (Mr 
Ackland). Matric. Michs. 1872; B.A. 1876; M.A. 188S. Ord. 
deacon (Exeter) 1877; priest, 1878; C. of Northam, Devon, 
1877-9. C.M.S. Missionary in Madras, 1880-5. Principal of 
C.M.S. Divinity School there, 1885-1907. Died Dec. 17, 
1907, at Bangalore. Brother of the next and .'\lfred G. (1877). 
{Crockford; The Times, Dec. 21, 1907.) 

GOLDSMITH, MALCOLM GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St Catha- 
rine's, June 15, 1867. S. of Malcolm. B. [1849], at Wool- 
wich. [School, Kensington Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 1867; 
Scholar; B.A. 1871. Ord. deacon (Calcutta) 1872; priest, 
1874. C.M.S. Missionary at Madras, 1872-3 and 1909-23; 
in Calcutta, 1874-5. Principal of Harris School, Madras, 
1883-91 ; at Hyderabad, 1891-1909. Hon. Canon, St George's 
Cathedral, Madras, 1905-39. 'Few men in the long history 
of Madras have so won the respect, admiration, and affection 
of so large a portion of all communities.' Lived latterly at 
Royapet House, Royapettah, Madras. Kaisar-i-Hind medal, 
1939. Died Oct. 2, 1940, aged 91, in Madras. Brother of the 
above and Alfred G. (1877). {Crockford; Who was Who; 
The Times, Oct. n, 1940.) 

GOLDSMITH, SIDNEY WILLMER. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H., 
Oct. I, 1889. [S. of Dr G. P.] B. Feb. 20, 1869 [at Bedford]. 
[Educated at Bedford School.] Matric. Michs. 1889; B..\. 
1892; M.A. 1896. Ord. deacon (Southwell) 1893; priest, 1894; 
C. of Whitwell, Derbs., 1893-5. C. of St Paul's, Bedford, 
1895-7. Chaplain to Lord Savile, 1897-9. C. of St John's, 
Torquay, 1899-1904. V. of Aldeburgh with Hazlewood, 
Suffolk, 1904-24. C. of St James's Cathedral, Bury St 
Edmunds, 1924-g. C. of Fressingfield, 1929-35. Hon. 
Canon of St Edmundsbury, 1915-39. Chapter Clerk, 1926-35. 
Served as Chaplain in the Great War, 1914-19. Lived latterly 
at Vicar's Close, Biddenhain, Beds. Died Feb. 24, 1939, in 
London. Buried at Biddenham. Brother of George H. (1886). 
{Crockford; Who was Who; The Times, Feb. 26, 1939.) 

GOLDSON, CHARLES BROWNE. Adm. pens, at Caius, Apr. 5, 
1853. S. of James, soUcitor, deceased, of E. Dereham, 
Norfolk. B. [July 30], 1834. Schools, Bury St Edmunds, 
E. Dereham and Ipswich. Matric. Michs. 1S53; Scholar, 
1854-60; B.A. (3is« Wrangler) 1857; M.A. i860. Mathe- 
matical Master at Bradfield College, Berks., 1858-64. After- 
wards an engineer at Tynemouth; Chief Assistant Engineer 
to the Tyne Commissioners. Inherited Blo-Norton Hall and 
estate from his uncle, the Rev. C. H. Browne, 1863. Lord of 
the manor and patron of Blo-Norton. Resident at Tyne- 
mouth, in 1897. A good mathematician and an ingenious 
mechanician. Died Mar. 20, 1912. {Bury Gr. Sch. Reg.; 
Venn, 11. 311.) 

GOLDSWORTHY, PHILIP. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Oct. 10, 1755. S. of Burlington, of Cadiz, Spain. School, 
Westminster. Matric. Easter, 1756; Scholar, 1756. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 9, 1755. Cornet, 1st Royal Dragoons, 
1756; Lieut., 1760; Capt., 1768; Major, 1776; Lieut. -Col., 
1779; Col., 1784; Major-Gen., 1793; Col., 1st Royal Dragoons, 
1794; Lieut. -Gen., 1799. Served in the Seven Years War. 
Equerry to the Royal Household and Clerk Marshall. M.P. 
for Wilton, 1785-8 and 1794. References to him (and to his 
sister, who was sub-governess at the Palace), will be found 
in the Diary and Letters of Madame d'Arblay. Died Jan. 4, 
1801. {Record of Old Westminsters.) 

GOLEBORN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
May 15, 1789. S. of Thomas, of Jamaica. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1789. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 19, 1789. 
The will of a Thomas Goleborn (perhaps his father) was 
proved in 1783 in Jamaica. {Caribbeana, 11. 175; Harrow 
Sch. Reg.) 



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GoLGi, Camillo 

GOLGI, CAMILLO. Hon. Sc.D. Aug. 25, 1893. Histologist and 
neurologist. B. 1843, at Corteno, Brescia, Italy. S. of 
Alexander, medical practitioner, of Cava-Manara, near Pavia. 
Graduated at Pavia University, 1865. Worked at Ospedale 
di San Matteo, Pavia, 1865-71. Assistant to Lombroso, 1868. 
Chief Resident Physician and Surgeon to home for incurables 
in Abbiategrasso, 1872-5. 'Here, cut off from every fonn of 
scientific activity, his laboratory consisting of a few instru- 
ments collected in the kitchen of his home, working by 
candleUght, he discovered his epoch-making chromate of 
silver methol, la reazione nera.' Professor of Anatomy at 
Siena, 1875; of Histology, at Pavia, 1876-81; of General 
Pathology and Histology, 1881-1918; twice University 
Rector there. A pioneer in the study of the nervous system, 
malaria, the structure of the kidney, and many other prob- 
lems. Awarded the Nobel Prize for Mechcine, 1906, jointly 
with Cajal, who became his chief opponent. Works pubhshed 
in four volumes at Milan, 1903. Royal Senator, igoo-26. 
Died Jan. 21, 1926, at Casa Golgi, Pavia. (Enciclopedia 
Italiana; Larotisse du XX Siecle; Montreal Xeur. Inst. Biogs., 
141-50.) 

GOLIGHTLY, CHARLES HUGH. Adm. at TrixSITY H.\ll, 1878. 
S. of [Canon] T. G. [Thomas Gildart, of Brasenose College, 
Oxford], clerk, of Shipton Moyne, Gloucs. School, Wellington 
College. Matric. Lent, 1879. Football (rugby) 'blue,' 1879. 
(Wellington Coll. Reg.; Book of Blues.) 

GOLIGHTLY, EDWARD RICHARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 13, 1830. Previously matric. from BaUiol College, 
Oxford, Mar. 22, 1828 (age 19). Of Surrey. [3rd s. of WiUiam, 
of Ham Common, near Kingston-on-Thames.] Matric. 
iVUchs. 1830; Scholar; B.A. 1838; M.A. 1842. Called to the 
Bar, Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 28, 1840. {Al. Oxon.; Law List, 
1850; not in 1880.) 

GOLLAN, SPENCER HERBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
Oct. I, 1878. S. of Donald, Esq. [engineer and surveyor, an 
early pioneer, of Mangatarata, N.Z., and Frederica, widow of 
Count Charles de PeUchet]. B. [Jan. 22, i860]. Schools 
[Univ. Coll. School (1874-7) and] Rassur Grammar, N.Z. 
[also educated in Switzerland]. Matric. Michs. 1878. Sheep 
farmer. A famous sportsman and race-horse owner. Won in 
N. Zealand the Derby, Oaks, St Leger, Hawke's Bay Guineas, 
Grand National, etc.; in .Australia, Sydney Derby and Oaks, 
Melbourne Oaks and St Leger, etc.; in England, with 
'Australian Star,' Sandown Grand Prize, City and Suburban; 
Liverpool Grand National with 'Moifaa,' and many other 
steeplechases. .An all-round sportsman; rowed with George 
Towns, and Tom SuUivan, from Oxford to Putney in a 
triple-sculling boat in 13 hours 56 mins. Died Jan. 27, 1934. 
Buried at Peppard Common, Oxon. {Univ. Coll. Sch. Reg.; 
Who was Whh; The Times, Jan. 29, 1934.) 

GOLLANCZ, ISRAEL. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 6, 1883. 
[Youngest] s. of Samuel Marcus [Minister of the Hambro' 
Synagogue, London]. B. [July 13, 1863], in London. Schools, 
City of London and University College, London. Matric. 
Michs. 1883; Scholar, 1884; B.A. 1887; M..A. 1891; Litt.D. 
1906. Editor of the Cambridge Review'. English Student and 
Lecturer at University College, London, 1892-5. University 
Lecturer in Enghsh at Cambridge, 1896-1906. Professor of 
Enghsh Language and Literature at King's College, London, 
1906-30. Dean of the Faculty of Arts at the LTniversity of 
London, igo8-io. Second President of Union of Jewish 
Societies; President of the Maccabaeans. Secretary of the 
British Academy and Fellow on its foundation in 1903. 
Knighted, 1919. Hon. Secretary of the Shakespeare Memorial 
Committee; worked unceasingly to estabUsh in London a 
Shakespeare Memorial National Theatre. Organized the first 
Anglo-.American Conferences of Professors of Enghsh in 
London, 1921, and in New York, 1923. One of the most 
distinguished of modem critics of Shakespeare. Author, 
The Temple Shakespeare; Hamlet in Iceland; Cynewulf's 
Christ, etc. General editor of the Temple Classics, the King's 
Library series and of the Book of Homage to Shakespeare. 
Died June 23, 1930, at his residence, Melrose, Shoot-up-HUl, 
London. A lectureship was founded at the British .-Academy 
in his memory. {Peile, 11. 700; D.N.B.; Wlio was Who; 
Scott, MSS.; The Times, June 24, 1930; Cambridge Review, 
Oct. 10, 1930.) 

GOLLOP, CHARLES JAMES. Matric. pens, from Queens", 
Michs. :873; B.A. 1877. [Perhaps descended from George 
Tilly, of Strode House, Dorset, 1 791-1889, for whom see 
Al. Oxon. and Boase.] 

GOMER-WILLIAMS, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 24) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1893. S. of Gomer. B. [1869], at Dwynock, Brecon. 
School, Wellington College. Matric. Michs. 1893. Athletics 
'blue,' 1895 (100 yards). {Wellington Coll. Reg. {sub Williams, 
Gwyn Gomer); Book of Blues.) 



GoMPERTz, Solomon 

GOMES, EDWIN HERBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 16, 

1882. S. of WiUiam Henry [of Bishop's College, Calcutta], 
missionary [and Helen Maria]. B. at Lundu, Sarawak, 
Borneo. Bapt. May 17, 1863. Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 
1896; M..\. 1901. Ord. deacon (Smgapore) 1887; priest, 1889. 
S.P.G. Missionary at Kalaka, Borneo, 1S87-98, and at Ban- 
ting, Borneo, 1898-1903. C. of St Barnabas, Marylebone, 
London, 1906-8. C. of Ail Saints', Upper Norwood, Surrey, 
1908-10. Living at 276, Beulah HUl, Upper Norwood, in 
1942. .\uthor, I he Sea Dyaks of Borneo; \y Years among the 
Sea Dyaks; Children of Borneo. Died Mar. 3, 1944. {Crock- 
ford; Scott, MSS.; The Times, Mar. 7, 1944.) 

GOMEZ, PHILIP. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Sept. 18, 
1829. S. of Philip. B. at Trinidad, W. Indies. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1829. Registrar of Trinidad. Died 
Julv 23, 1866, at Port of Spain. (Harrow Sch. Reg., which 
gives 's. of Hon. A. Gomez, of Trinidad'; not found in 
Caribbeana.) 

GOMM, V/ILLIAM. ,\dm. pens, (age 16) at Sidney, July 2, 1771. 
S. and h. of WilUam, merchant, of St Petersburg. B. there 
July 6, 1754. School, Harrow. Matric. Easter, 1772. Ensign, 
46th Foot, 1772; Lieut., 1775; Capt., 55th Foot, 1780; Major, 
1788; Lieut. -Col., 55th Foot. Wounded at St Lucia. Killed 
at the storming of Pointe-a-Pitre, Guadeloupe, 1794. Father 
of Sir WiUiam M. (1842). (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

GOMM, The Rev. WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 28) at Peter- 
HousE, June 30, 1775. Doubtless a 'Ten-year man.' Of 
Suffolk. Scholar, I775- Ord. deacon (Ely) June 6, I775; 
priest, June 2, 1776. R. of Bramdean, Hants., 1792-1831. 
R. of Ham, Wilts., 1801-31. (Foster, Index Eccles.; T. A. 
Walker, 340; Cant. Act Bk.) 

GOMM, Sir WILLIAM MAYNARD. Hon. LL.D. 1842, incorp. 
from Oxford. S. and h. of Lieut. -Col. WiUiam (1771), of the 
55th Regt. B. in Barbados, 1784. Educated privately. 
Entered the Army as an Ensign; served with the gth Foot 
in HoUand, 1799; at Ferrol, 1800, and Hanover, 1805; Capt., 
1803; Assistant Quartermaster-Gen. in Copenhagen Expedi- 
tion, 1807; in Portugal, 1S08; at Corunna, with Moore; on 
Staff of Walcheren Expedition, 1809; in the Peninsula, 
1810-14; Lieut. -Col., 1812. Greatly clistinguishing himself 
at Salamanca, 1812, led his Di\asion in subsequent retreat 
on Portugal and advance to the Ebro. Created K.C.B., 1815, 
and transferred to Coldstream Guards. On Staff at Quatre 
Bras and Waterloo, 1815. Major-Gen., 1837. Succeeded to 
his aunt's (Miss Jane Gomm) property, 1822, and became 
Lord of the manor of Rotherhithe. Commander in Jamaica, 
1839-42; founded a sanatorium for the white troops there. 
Govemorof Mauritius, 1842-9. Commander-in-Chief in India, 
1850-5; General, 1854; Field Marshal, 1868. Constable of 
the Tower, 1872-5. G.C.B., 1859. D.C.L. O.xford, 1834. 
Knight of 2nd class of St .\nne of Russia, and Order of 
St Vladimir, 1S74. Married (i) Sophia, granddaughter of 
WiUiam Penn, of Pennsylvania; (2) 1831, EUzabeth, dau. of 
Lord Robert Kerr. Author, The Story of Newcastle, Jamaica; 
Letters from the Peninsula. Died s.p. Mar. 15, 1875. Five 
'Field-Marshal Gomm' Scholarships founded at Keble 
College, Oxford. (D.S.B.; Boase, i. 1170; Al. Oxon.) 

GOMONDE, HENRY FILMER. .Adm. pens, at Caius, June 25, 
1853; from Wadham CoUege, Oxford, whence he had matric. 
(age 18), .Apr. 18, 1850. [Only] s. of WiUiam Henry, of Bath 
[and of Cheltenham]. B. [1832], at Cheltenham. [Bapt. 
May 14, 1832.] School, Painswick. Probably died young, as 
his father (who died in 1863) is referred to in Robinson's 
Herefordshire as 's. of Rev. Richard Gomond, of Sutton 
St Nicholas, KUpeck, the last male heir of this ancient famUy.' 
(Venn, 11. 314; Al. Oxon.) 

GOMPERTZ, HENRY RICHARD BARENT. Adm. pens, at 
Clare, July 4, 1836. [School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1836; 
B..A. 1840. Living in Kensington, in 1863. {Eton Sch. Lists.) 

GOMPERTZ, JAMES FRANK WARDEN. Matric. Non-CoU. 

Michs. 1877. [7th] s. of S., Colonel — [Madras Army]. 
School, Bedford Grammar. .Adm. at King's, Jan. 28, 1878; 
B.A. 1881. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1881; priest, 1882; 
C. of St Peter's, Bournemouth, 1881-4. Garrison Chaplain 
to IncUan Government, 1884-1908 (at Allahabad, 1884-5; 
Burma Field Force, 1S86; Dacca, 1888; Sitapur, 1S94-5; 
Fyzabad, 1895-7; Roorkee, 1897-1900; Kashmir, 1905; 
Jhansi, 1905-6). Perfti. to oS. dio. Winchester, 1912-17; 
dio. Bath and WeUs, 1914-17; dio. St Edmundsbury, 1916- 
17. V.of Holy Trinity, Bromley, Kent, 1917-35. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1938. (King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; I.C.S. List, 
1886; Scott, MSS.) 
GOMPERTZ, SOLOMON. .Adrn. pens, (age 19) at Peterhouse, 
Jan. 30, 1S24. Of London. xMigrated to St John's, Oct. 14, 
1S25. Matric. .Michs. 1825; B..A. 1830. Ord. deacon (London) 
Dec. 21, 1828; priest (London, Litt. dim. from Canterbury) 
Mar. 7, 1830. P.C. of Chalford, Gloucs., 1S39-64. V. of 
Luton, Devon, 1866-70. C.-m-charge of .Axminster, 1872-6. 



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Chaplain of Axminster Union, 1874-80. Lived latterly at 
Pilning vicarage, Bristol. Author, Faith and Practice, and 
other Sermons, Psalms, etc. Died June 20, 1883, at Wey- 
mouth. (7". A. Walker, 422; Crockford; The Guardian, 
June 27, 1883.) 

GONIN, HUGH ERNEST GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 3, 1900. S. of Mrs L. E. Gonin, of 21, Liverpool Gardens, 
Worthing, Sussex. Matric. Michs. igoo; B.A. 1906. 

GONNE, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity Hall, 
Jan. 31, 1878. S. [and h.] of Charles, Esq., Secretary to the 
Government of Bombay. Matric. Michs. 1878. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Jan. 13, 1883. Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 
1885 (Bombay). J. P. Died Mar. 26, 1933. Buried at Ring- 
wood, Hants. (Law Lists; The Times, Mar. 28, 1933.) 

GONNE, THOMAS GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, 
June 23, 1826. S. of William. B. at Stanstead, Herts. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1826; B.A. 1831. Died 
'many years ago' at Tenby. (Harrow Sch. Reg., 1911.) 

GONNE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Feb. 22, 
184S. S. of Charles, Esq., of London. [B. Aug. 30, 1829. 
School, Rugby.] Matric. Michs. 1848; B.A. 1852; M.A. 1855. 
Of 32, Sussex Gardens, Hyde Park, London. Died there 
Oct. 12, 1892. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Trinity Coll. Obits.) 

GOOCH, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Clare, Jan. 18, 1837. 
[S. of Robert (1805). B. Nov. 10, 1816.] School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1837. (Etoti Sch. Lists; Sir W. Sterry.) 

GOOCH, CHARLES. Adm. sizar at St John's, May i, 1843. 
S. of John, schoolmaster, of Yoxford, Suffolk [and Ann]. 
B. there. Bapt. July 15, 1827. [School, Halifax.] Migrated 
to Magdalene, Oct. 20, 1843. Matric. Michs. 1843; Scholar, 
1844; B.A. (40th Wrangler) 1847; M.A. 1850. Fellow, 1847- 
65. Ord. deacon, 1852; priest, 1S53. Assistant Master at 
king Edward's School, Birmingham, 1852-6; at St Andrew's 
College, near Reading, 1857-63. C. of Axminster, Devon, 
1864-5. Author, religious. Died May 4, 1865, aged 40, at 
Axminster. Brother of John (1837) and John H. (1830). 
(G. Mag., 1865, I. 798; Crockford.) 

GOOCH, COPINGER HENRY (1818), see HILL, C. H. 

GOOCH, CYRIL WOOLLASTON. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i, 
1887. S. of Arthur, Capt., 16th Lancers, retired. B. Apr. 6, 
1869, in London. School, Blundell's, Tiverton (Mr A. L. 
Francis). Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1891. Assistant Master 
at Kings' School, Ely, 1891-1913; at Sedbergh School, 
Yorks., 1913-18-. Disappears from Schoolmasters' Direc- 
tories, 1928. (Blundell's Sch., Tiverton, Reg.; Sedbergh Sch. 
Reg.; Kings' Sch., Ely, Reg.) 

GOOCH, DANIEL FULTHORPE. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1889. 
S. [and h.] of Sir Henry Daniel, Bart, (for whom see Boase), 
of Balcombe House, Balcombe, Sussex. [B. May 25, 1869.] 
Matric. Michs. 1889. Succeeded as 3rd Bart., June 24, 1897. 
J. P. for Berks. Of Tatchbury Mount, Totton, Hants. Died 
Dec. 22, 1926. (Burke, P. and B.; Who u'as Who.) 

GOOCH, GEORGE CECIL. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Trinity 
Hall, June 16, 1854. [3rd] s. of William (1816), V. of 
Stainton, Yorks. B. Apr. 30, 1832. Schools, Rugby [1845-g 
and Haileybury, 1849-51]. Matric. Michs. 1854. In the 
I.C.S., but resigned during the Crunean War and gazetted 
Ensign, 93rd Highlanders, Mar. 14, 1855; present at the fall 
of Sebastopol. Served with the 93rd Highlanders in India, 
1857-9 through the whole Mutiny Campaign and at Luck- 
now, etc. Paymaster, i8th Regt.; Hon. Major. Married 
(i) Mar. 7, 1857, JuUa Caroline, dau. of Henry Van Strau- 
benzee, of Spennithorne, Yorks.; (2) Oct. 26, 1861, Frederica 
Charlotte Agneta, dau. of WiUiam Gambler, of Salcombe 
Park, Herts., and had issue, three daughters; (3) May 28, 
1877, Ellen Louisa, dau. of John Fairlie and widow of Capt. 
E. P. Chichester, 7th Dragoon Guards. Died Oct. 1898. (Rugby 
Sch. Reg. (which gives died Oct. 1892); Burke, P. and B.) 

GOOCH, GEORGE PEABODY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 15, 
1891. [3rd] s. of Charles Cubitt [and Mary Blake], of 8, 
Porchester Gate, London. B. [Oct. 21], 1873, in London. 
Schools [Eton and] King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 
1891; Scholar, 1894; Lightfoot Scholar, 1895; B.A. (Hist. 
Trip., ist Class) 1894; Members' Prize, 1895; Thirlwall 
Prize, 1897; M.A. 1898. Hon. Fellow, 1935. Studied in 
Berlin and Paris. Hon. D.Litt., Oxford and Durham. M.P. 
for Bath, 1906-10. President of the National Peace Council, 
1933-6. President of EngUsh Goethe Society and of Socio- 
logical Society. Chairman of Sir Richard Stapley Educa- 
tional Trust. F.B.A.; C.H., 1939. Author, English Demo- 
cratic Ideas in the 17th Century; Annals of Politics and Culture; 
History of our Time; Political Ideas from Bacon to Halifax; 
Germany and the French Revolution; Life of Lord Courtney; 
Nationalism; History of Modern Europe, 1878-1919; Franco- 
German Relations, 1871-1914. Germany; The Later Corre- 
spondence of Lord John Russell; Recent Revelations of 



GoocH, Robert 

European Diplomacy; Studies in Modern History; Before the 
War; Studies in Diplomacy and Statecraft, etc. Joint Editor 
of Cambridge History of British Foreign Policy, and of 
British Documents on the Origins of the War, 1898-1914. 
Resident at Chalfont St Peter, in 1943. Brother of the next. 
(Eton Sch. Lists; Who's Who; Kelly, Handbook.) 

GOOCH, HENRY CUBITT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 17, 
1890. [2nd] s. of Charles [Cubitt], of 8, Porchester Gate, 
Hyde Park, London. B. [Dec. 7], 1871, in London. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893; LL.B. 1894. Called 
to the Bar, Inner Temple, Nov. 17, 1896. J. P. Co. London, 
1906. Member of School Board for London, 1897^1904. 
M.P. for Peckham, 1908-10. Member of Committee to 
enquire into position of Modem Languages in Educational 
System of Great Britain, 1916-18; of original Secondary 
and Technical Burnham Committees. Alderman of L.C.C., 
1914-19. Chairman, Education Committee, 1921-2; Vice- 
Chairman, L.C.C., 1922-3; Chairman, 1923-4. Knighted, 
1928. Of 23, Wetherby Gardens, London, S.W., in 1940. 
Brother of the above. (Eton Sch. Lists; Who's Who, 1943; 
Laiv Lists; Burke, P. and B.; Kelly, Handbook.) 

GOOCH, JAMES WYARD. Adm. sizar (age 30. sic) at St 
John's, Mar. 12, 1781. Of Norfolk. [Probably s. of James 
Wyard, of Brundish Hall, and Mount Pleasant, Orford, who 
died May, 1814, aged 76 (sic) (for whom see Bury Gr. Sch. 
Reg.) and Hannah, dau. of Cornelius Simpson.] Davy, Suffolk 
pedigrees, includes the names of James Wyard Gooch, father 
and son, but only adds to the name of the son 'o.s.p.' There 
is no mention of the son in the father's will dated July 31, 
1813, so it would appear that he died in his father's life- 
time. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 272; Scott, MSS. describes 
this entry as one of the 'great' puzzles in St John's adm.) 

GOOCH, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, Mar. 30, 1837. 
S. of John, formerly schoolmaster, of Yoxford, Sufiolk. 
B. there [May 10, 1819]. School, at home. Matric. Michs. 
1837; Scholar, 1838-40; Prizeman; B.A. 1841; M.A. 1844. 
Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1843; priest, 1843; C. of Bramley, 
Yorks., 1843-6. Second Master at Queen Elizabeth's School, 
Halifax, 1841-3; at Wolverhampton School, 1846-62. Head 
Master of Reigate School, 1862-78. R. of Holcot, Northants., 
1881-1902. Married, June 29, 1846, Louisa Anne Catherine, 
dau. of Horace Button, Esq., of Jamaica, and of Gisleham, 
Suffolk. Died Feb. 18, 1902. Buried at Holcot. Father of 
the next; brother of Charles (1843) and John H. (1830). 
(Venn, 11. 239; Northants. Clergy; Crockford; The Times, 
Feb. 21, 1902.) 

GOOCH, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 7, 1868. S. of 
John (above), clerk, of Wolverhampton [and Louisa Anne 
Catherine]. B. there Mar. 26, 1849. Bapt. Apr. 10, 1849. 
[School, Wolverhampton Grammar; usher there.] Matric. 
Michs. 1868; B.A. 1872; M.A. 1875. Second Master at 
Northampton Grammar School. Died Mar. 1923. (Wolver- 
hampton Gr. Sch. Reg.) 

GOOCH, JOHN HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Trinity, 
Feb. 5, 1830. S. of John. B. at Yoxford, Suffolk. School, 
Yoxford (Mr Gooch). Matric. Michs. 1830; Scholar, 1833; 
Prizeman; B..'\. (14th Wrangler) 1834; M.A. 1837. Assistant 
Master at Wakefield proprietary School, Yorks., 1838-40. 
Head Master of Heath Grammar School, Halifax, 1840-61. 
Ord. deacon, 1839; priest, 1840. 'He was for two years Inc. 
of Alverthorpe, near Wakefield.' V. of Stainland, Yorks., 
i84:-6i. Author, religious. Died July 22, 1861, aged 50. 
Brother of John (1837) and Charles (1843). (Boase, i. 1170; 
T. Cox, Hist, of Heath Gr. Sch., which contains a portrait; 
Clergy List; Crockford; G. Mag., 1861, 11. 552.) 

GOOCH, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at St John's, Nov. i6, 1819; 
pens. Mar. 15, 1827. Of Norfolk. [2nd s. of Thomas, of 
Norwich.] Matric. Michs. 1820. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Nov. 12, 1827. Author, The Cambridge Tart, 1823. Edited 
a number of newspapers, including the Bolton Chronicle, 
Chester Courant and Hereford County Press. Anonymous 
author of Facetiae Cantabrigienses. At his death, held 
appointment in the Custom House, London. Died Sept. 4, 
1849. Father of the author recorded in Boase. (Boase, v. 
437; A^. and Q., 2nd series, 12, 3-4; 'information from Master 
of St John's.') 

GOOCH, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Caius, June 28, 
1805. S. of Henry [Robert, according to D.N.B.], mariner, 
of Gt Yarmouth. B. there [June, 1784]. School, Yarmouth 
(Mr Nichols) and at Edinburgh University. Scholar, 1805-6. 
Migrated to Edinburgh, where he graduated M.D., June, 
1807. Worked under Astley Cooper in London. In practice 
at Croydon, in 1808. L.R.C.P., 1812. Lecturer on midwifery 
at St Bartholomew's Hospital. Practised as a Physician in 
Berners Street. Married (i) Miss Bolingbroke; (2) a sister of 
Benjamin Travers, surgeon. Author, medical. Bad health 
eventually prevented him following his profession and he 
accepted the post of Librarian to the King, 1826. Died 
Feb. r6, 1830, of consumption. Father of Arthur (1837). 
(Venn, 11. 145; D.N.B.) 



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GOOCH, THOMAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity Hall, Oct. 13, 
1763. [S. and h. of Sir Thomas (1737) (by his first wife, Ann, 
widow of — Bates and dau. and co-heiress of John At wood, 
of SaxUngham, Norfolk), of Benacre Hall, Suffolk. B. 1745. 
School, Eton.] Matric. Mirhs. 1763. Succeeded his father 
as 4th Bart., Sept. 10, 1781. Of Benacre Hall, Suffolk. 
Sheriff of Suffolk, 1785. Married, Dec. 23, 1766, Anna Maria, 
dau. of Thomas Hayivard, of Weybridge, Surrey, and had 
issue. Died Apr. 7, 1826, at Benacre Hall. {Eton Coll. Reg.; 
Burke, P. and B.; G.E.C.) 

GOOCH, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Caius, May 30, 

1786. S. of WilUam, of Brockdish, Norfolk. B. there. 
School, Stradbroke (private). [He was the son of a poor 
village haircutter; sent to College by the liberality of Sir 
Thomas HesUrige, and other neighbours.] Scholar, 1786; 
matric. Michs. 1787; B.A. 1791 (2nd Wrangler); Smith's 
prize, 1 79 1. Fellow, 1 79 1. Went, as astronomer, on a voyage 
of discovery in the Pacific. >Iurdered, together with a 
Lieutenant of the ship, by the natives, at Woahoo, near 
Hawaii, May 13, 1792. There are a number of liis letters in 
the University Library. (Venn, 11. 113.) 

GOOCH, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 26) at Caius, Dec. 11, 

1787. S. of Henry, mercer, of Gorleston, Suffolk. B. at 
Yarmouth. School, Palgrave, Suffolk (Mr Barbauld). Matric. 
Lent, 1788; Exhibitioner, 1789; B..\. 1792. Ord. deacon (Ely, 
Litt. dim. from Norwich) June 19, 1791; priest (Norwich) 
Jime 3, 1792; C. of 'Folsham, Suffolk' (? Foulsham, 
Norfolk) 1792. Died Dec. 12, 1S13, at Douglas, Isle of Man: 
'of Castle Upton, Co. Antrim, and formerly of Whatfield 
parsonage, Suffolk.' (Venn, 11. 116; H. B. Swanzy; G. Mag., 
1814, I. 524.) 

GOOCH, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Clare, Dec. 23, 1816. 
[Doubtless s. of William, Colonel, retired, and Jane Bridget, 
dau. of James Wilkinson, banker, of Newcastle-on-TjTie.] 

B. there Sept. 18, 1798. School, Westminster (connexion 
with Cambridge not mentioned in Records of Old W^st- 
tninsters). Matric. Michs. 1817; LL.B. 1823. Ord. deacon 
(Gloucester) Oct. 14, 1821; priest, Sept. 29, 1822; R. of 
Benacre with N. Hales and Easton Bavents, and V. of N. 
Hales, Suffolk, 1823-76. V. of Stainton-in-Cleveland, Yorks., 
1833-76. Preb. of York, 1845-76. Married, July 9, 1822, 
Anne, dau. of Herbert Newton Jarrett, of Jamaica. Died 
Feb. 27, 1876. Father of George C. (1854). (Record of Old 
Westminsters; Burke, P. and B.; Foster, Index Eccles.; 
Crockford; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families.) 

GOOCH, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Clare, Oct. i, 

i860. Matric. Michs. i860; Scholar; B.A. 1864; M.A. 1868. 
Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1865; priest, 1866; C. of Leigh, 
Kent, 1865-8. C. of Prestwich, Lanes., 1868-71. C. of 
Ramsgate, 1871-2. C. of Milverton, Warws., 1872-7. C. of 
Royston, Herts., 1877-9. V. of Walton, Yorks., 1879-81. 

C. of Dunchurch, Warws., 1881-3. V. of Royton, Lanes., 
1883-7. R. of Broxholme, Lines., 1887-1905. Died Sept. 21, 
1905, aged 64, from the result of an accident. (Crockford; 
The Times, Sept. 26, 1905.) 

GOOD, HENRY. .■\dm. pens, at Clare, Nov. 5, 1782. [S. of 
Henry (1743), D.D., of Wimbome, Dorset.] B. there. 
Matric. Michs. 1783; B.A. 1787; M..^. 1791. Ord. priest 
(Bristol) June 24, 1785; R. of Chettle, Dorset, 1788-89. 
R. of Stockton, Wilts., 1789-1824. Died in 1824, aged 59. 
Father of the next. (Hutchins, iii. 571.) 

GOOD, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Mar. 29, 1S19. 
S. of H[enry] (above), clerk, of Stockton, Wilts. Matric. 
Michs. 1819; LL.B. 1826. \ midshipman in the Navy during 
the Peninsular War. Ord. deacon (SaUsbury) 1823; priest, 

1824. Senior Priest-vicar of Royal Peculiar Collegiate 
Church of Wimbome Minster, Dorset, 1841-81. Lived 
latterly at Weston-super-Mare, where he died June 20, 1898, 
aged 98. (Crockford; Cambridge Independent Press, June 24, 
1898.) 

GOOD (or GOODE), THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Queens', Apr. 15, 

1825. Of Suffolk. Matric. Michs. 1827; B.A. 1831. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) June 5, 1831; priest, June 8, 1834; C. of 
Saxstead, Suffolk, -1846-55-. Disappears from Clergy List, 
1856. 

GOOD (or GOODE), THOMAS BOWYER. Adm. sizar (age 17) 
at St John's, Apr. 12, 1780. S. of Joseph, clerk, of Martock, 
Somerset. [One Joseph Good, of Bridgwater, Somerset, 
matric. from BaUiol College, Oxford, 1753.] School, Blun- 
dell's. Matric. Michs. 1780. Kept eight terms by residence; 
name off, June 3, 1783. (Blundell's Sch., Tiverton, Reg.; 
St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 273.) 

GOOD, WILLIAM FULFORD. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, 
Dec. 14, 1827. S. of Samuel. B. at Crediton, Devon. School, 
Crediton (Mr Lightfoot). Matric. Michs. 1830; B.A. 1836. 



GooDACRE, John 

Ord. deacon, 1835; priest, 1836; C. of CoUumpton, Devon, in 
1841. Chaplain of Newton Abbot Union, 1848-71. R. of 
Stratford St Andrew, Suffolk, 1871-9. Lived latterly at 
6, Bridgewater Street, St Pancras, London, and disappears 
from Crockford, 1893. Author of arithmetical textbooks. 
(Clergy List; P. B. G. Binnall.) 

GOODACRE, ALFRED RANDOLPH. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 6, 1857. [5th] s. of John, Esq., of Lutterworth, Leics. 

B. there [1839]. Bapt. June 26, 1839. [School, Sedbergh.] 
Matric. Michs. 1857. Migrated to Pembroke, Oct. 8, i86o; 
B.A. 1863; M..\. 1869. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1864; priest, 
1866; C. of St Michael's, Coventry, 1864-6. Chaplain of 
Lutterworth Union, and C. of Cotesbach, Leics., 1866-8. 

C. of All Saints', Edinburgh, 1S68-9. C. of St Mark's, 
North Audley Street, London, 1870-4. C. of Kentish Town, 
1874-6. Minister of St Thomas's, Cambenvell, Surrey, 1877- 
80. V. of St Mark's, Camberwell, 1880-1902. Lived latterly 
at Preston Park, Brighton. Died Apr. 27, igi6. Brother of 
Francis B. (1847), Frederic W. (1854), John (1845), etc. 
(Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G., 1939; Crockford; The 
Guardian, May 4, 1916.) 

GOODACRE, EDWARD ERNEST. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 3, 1884. S. of William, schoolmaster [and Emma 
Brereton]. B. July i, 1865, at Stretford, Lanes. Schools, 
Commercial, Stretford (Mr Goodacre), Witton Grammar 
(Mr Rounthwaite) and Manchester Grammar (Dr Dill). 
Matric. Michs. 1884; Exhibitioner; B.A. 1887. Ord. deacon 
(Manchester) 1889; priest, 1890; C. of West Houghton, 
Lanes., 1889-90. C. of Holy Trinity, Shaw, 1890-3. C. of 
Turton, 1893-6. C. of Upholland, 1896-9. C. of Stand, 
1899-1900. C. of AU Saints', Hamer, 1900-2; C. of Athertoa, 
1902-9. Went to Jamaica, 1909. Died at Southport, Oct 
7, 1910. (A. J. Hawkes.) 

GOODACRE, FRANCIS SURGES. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 3, 1847. [3rd] s. of John, banker, of Woodmarket [and 
of Ashby Parva, Leics.] [and EUza]. B. [May 29, 1829], at 
Lutterworth. Matric. Michs. 1847; M.B. 1853; Med. Lie. 
1858; M.D. i860. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1858; priest, 1S60; 
C. of Penzance, 1858-61. C. of Peatling Parva, Leics., 
1861-3. Succeeded his brother as R. of Wilby with Hargham, 
Norfolk, 1863-85. Naturalist; F.Z.S. Presented his museum 
to the University, 1861. Married, 1861, Hannah Jane, dau. 
of George Harrison, of Gt O.xenden House, Northants., and 
had issue. Author, Hemerozoology and other scientific works. 
Died .-^ug. 14, 1885, at Wilby. Brother of .\lfred R. (1857), 
etc. (Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Burke, L.G.; Eagle, 
Dec. 1898; Bodse, v. 437; Crockford; Medical Directories; 
The Guardian, ."^ug. 19, 1885.) 

GOODACRE, FREDERIC WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Em- 
manuel, May 9, 1854. Of Leicestershire. [Doubtless 4th s. 
of John, Esq., of Ashby Par\'a, and Lutterworth, Leics. 
B. Oct. 18, 1835.] Matric. .Michs. 1854; B.A. 1858; M.A. 
1861. Ord. deacon (Manchester, Litt. dim. for Peterb.) 1859; 
priest (Peterb.) i860; C. of L. .4shby, Leics., 1859-62. C. of 
Daventry, Northants., 1862-6. C. of Bruntingthorpe, Leics., 
1867-70. C. of St Sepulchre's, Northampton, 1870-6. C. of 
Market Harborough, 1876-7. V. of N. ColUngham, Notts., 
1877-1905. Married Elizabeth Grace, dau. of George Knapp 
Fisher, of London. Lived latterly at The White House, 
Ashby Parva, where he died Apt. 15, 1919. Brother of .-Mfred 
R- (1857), etc. (Burke, L.G.; Crockford; The Times, Apr.^ig, 
1919.) 

GOODACRE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Clare, Nov. 3, 1845. 
[Doubtless s. and h. of John, Esq., of Ashby Parva, and 
Lutterworth, Leics. B. Sept. 17, 1823.] Matric. Michs. 1845; 
LL.B. 1852; LL.D. 1858. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1S50; priest, 
1851; C. of Blackawton, Devon, 1850-2. C. of Wilby with 
Hargham, Norfolk, 1852-3; R. there (and patron), 1853-63. 
Married Emily, dau. of the Rev. George Young, of Dod- 
brooke, Devon. Died Aug. 4, 1863. Father of the next; 
brother of Alfred R. (1857), etc. (Clergy List; Crockford; 
Burke, L.G., 1939.) 

GOODACRE, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Pembroke, 
Oct. 21, 1873; re-adm. Jan. i, 1884. Elders, of John (above), 
clerk, deceased. B. [Feb. 1852], at Dodbrooke, Devon. 
[School, Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 1873. Passed for direct 
commission, 1870, but did not enter the Army. Subsequentl)' 
of Bakersfield, CaUfomia, U.S.A. Had succeeded to the 
Ashby estates in Leicestershire, on the death of his father, 
in 1863, and to the UUesthorpe estates on the death of his 
great-uncle, Robert Goodacre, of UUesthorpe, Leics. Dis- 
posed of all his interests in the family properties to his 
cousin, Hugh George Goodacre, 1897. Married his cousin, 
Mary Henrietta, dau. of George Henry Jebb, and had issue, 
a daughter. Engaged in missionary work among seamen at 
Honolulu. Died Apr. 24, 1920, at San Francisco. (Harrow 
Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G., 1939.) 



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GOODACRE, JOHN. Adni. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, Oct. 1894. 
S. of William Woodcock {1862), C. of Alphington, Devon. 

B. there. School, Coventry." Matric. Michs. 1894; Rustat 
Scholar; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1901. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 
1898; priest, 1899; C. of St John's, W. Bromwich, Staffs., 
1898-1902. C. of St M., Uttoxeter, 1902-6. C.-in-charge of 
All Saints', Hanley, 1906-13; V. there, 1913-20. V. of 
Christ Church, W. Bromwich, 1920-3. R. of Cold .'Vshton, 
Clones., 1923-7. V. of St Paul's, Burton-on-Trent, 1927-33. 
V. of Montford with Shrawardine, Salop, I933-43-- P^^h. 
of Lichfield, 1940- 7-. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Chaplain, 1915-19; mentioned in despatches, 1917; M.C., 
1918). {Crockford; t'niv. War List.) 

GOODACRE, ROBERT HENRY. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
June 8, 1867. [S. of the Kev. Robert Henry, V. of Ipstones, 
Staffs.] Matric. Michs. 1867; B.A. 1871. Ord. deacon 
(Bp. Ryan, Litt. dun. for Ripon) 1871; priest (Ripon) 1872; 

C. of Penistone, Yorks., 1S71-3. C. of N. Kelsey, Lines., 
1873-5. C. of Ipstones, 1875-8. Succeeded his father as V. 
of Ipstones, 188S-1916. Died there Oct. 22, 1916, aged 68. 
Brother of the next. (Crockford; The Guardian, Oct. 26, 
1916.) 

GOODACRE, WILLIAM WOODCOCK, .-^dm. pens, at Sidney, 
Oct. II, 1862. Elder s. of the Rev. Robert Henry, V. of 
Ipstones, Staffs. B. .■\pr. 14, 1842, at Mansfield, Notts. 
Schools, Stafford (Mr Norman) and Market Bosworth 
(Mr Walker). Matric. Lent, 1863; Scholar; B.A. (i6(;t 
Wrangler) 1866. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1870; priest, 1871; 
C. of St David's, E.xeter, and 2nd Master at Exeter Grammar 
School, 1870. C. of .Mphington, 1870-6. C. of Darlington, 
1876-84. Lived latterly at East Looe, Cornwall. Died 
Dec. 20, 1913, at Clevedon, Somerset. Father of John 
(1894); brother of the above. (Crockford; The Guardian, 
Jan. 2, 1914.) 

GOODAIR, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, May 3, 
1775. S. of John, of Walton, Yorks. School, Wakefield 
(Mr .\tkinson). Matric. Michs. i775; Scholar, i777; B.A. 
1780. V. of Penistone, Yorks., 1798-1809. Buried there 
July 24, 1809. (M. H. Peacock.) 

GOODALL, ARMITAGE. Adm. pens, at Queens', Michs. 1894. 
[S. of Benjamin. B. Jan. 30, :86o, at Liversedge, Yorks.] 
Matric. Michs. 1894; Scholar; B.A. (Med. and Mod. Lang. 
Trip., ist Class) 1897; M.A. 1902. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 
1898; priest, 1899; C. of West Houghton, Lanes., 1898-1900. 
C. of Eccles, 1900-2. C. of St Andrew's, Eccles, and C. of 
Monton, 1902-4. Diocesan Inspector of schools, Wakefield, 
1904-18. R. of Grimston, Norfolk, 1918-29. Living at 
Grange Road, Cleckheaton, Yorks., in 1942. (Queens' Coll. 
Club; Crockford.) 

GOODALL, CLARENCE HERBERT. .'\dm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. 14, 1895. S. of Henry, commission merchant [died 
Aug. 8, 1894, and Elizabeth Hiscoe]. B. June 19, 1877, at 
Turnham Green. School, Godolphin, Hammersmith (Rev. 
G. E. Mackie). Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898; M..\. 1928. 
Ord. deacon (Southwell) 1900; priest, 1901; C. of Emmanuel 
Church, Nottingham, 1900-1. C. of St John's, Battersea, 
1901-6. C. of St Mark's, Reigate, Surrey, 1906-17. V. of 
St Crispin's, Bermondsey, 1917-26. V. of Christ Church, 
E. Greenwich, 1926-42. (Crockford.) 

GOODALL, HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 8, 1871. 
S. of Frederick, of 4, Camden Square, London. B. [Feb. 13], 
1852, in London. School, University College, London. 
Matric. Michs. 1871. (Univ. Coll. Sch. Reg.) 

GOODALL, JOHN WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 7, 
1878. S. of John, land-agent [and Betsy]. B. [Feb. 20, 
1859], at Leicester. Bapt. Mar. 27, 1859. School, King's, 
Rochester (Mr J. Langhorne, M.A.). Matric. Michs. 1878; 
B.A. 1882; U.A. 1885. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1882; priest, 
1883; C. of Sheepshed, Leics., 1S82-6. V. of Dalton, Yorks., 
1886-94. V. of Tickhill, 1894-9. V. of Rotherham, 1899- 
1920. Canon of York and Preb. of York Minster, 1906-14 
and 1920-32. Hon. Canon of Sheffield, 1914-20. R. of 
Cherry Burton, 1920-32. Died Feb. 13, 1932, in Leeds. 
(Roffensian Reg.; Scott, MSS.; Crockford; Who was Who; 
The Tunes, Feb. 15, 1932.) 

GOODALL, JOSEPH. .\dm. (age 18) at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, July 8, 1779. S. of Joseph. B. Mar. 2, 1760, in West- 
minster, London. Matric. Lent, 1780; Browne Medal, 1781 
and 1782; Craven Scholar, 1782; B..\. 1783; M.A. 1786; 
D.D. 1798. Fellow, 1782-8. .Assistant Master at Eton, 
1783-1801; Head Master, 1802-9; Provost, 1809-40. V. of 
EUingham, Hants., 1804-8. Canon of Windsor, 1808-40. 
R. of Hitcham, Bucks., 181 1-33. R. of West Ilsley, Berks., 
1827. Married, Mar. 14, 1788, Harriot Arabella, dan. of the 
Rev. J. Prior, assistant Master at Eton. Said to have 
possessed ' the virtues of the ideal headmaster of an Enghsh 
public school.' 'An eminent scholar. . .long and well known 
to the world, and . . . scarcely less distinguished for the pure 



GooDCHiLD, George Frederick 

benevolence of his heart, his unbounded charity, and the 
liberal hospitality which he exercised in his high station.' 
Founded a scholarship at Eton to be held at Oxford or 
Cambridge. Died Mar. 25, 1840. Buried in the ante-chapel 
at Eton. Brother of William (1775). (Eton Coll. Reg.; 
Foster, Index Eccles.; Cant. Act Bk.; D.N.B.; The Times, 
Mar. 28, 1840.) 

GOODALL, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Magdalene, 
May 26, 1775. S. of Henry [farmer], of Repton, Derbs. 
[B. Sept. 22, 1756.] Schools [Repton and] Leeds. Matric. 
Michs. 1775; Scholar; B.A. 1779. V. of Willington, Derbs. 
Died Mar. 27, 1790. (Repton Sch. Reg.) 

GOODALL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 30, i775- 
S. of Joseph. B. [Feb. 22, 1757], in London. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1775; Scholar, 1776; h..\. 1780; M.A. 1785. 
Ord. priest (Lincoln) Mar. 1781; C. of Berkhamsted. R. of 
Marsham, Norfolk, 1787-1844. J. P. for Bucks. Married, 
1788, Rebecca, dau. of Sir John Vanhattem, of Dinton Hall, 
Bucks. Recorded as 'of Dinton' under his son's entry in 
Al. O.xon. Died .Mar. 19, 1844. Brother of Joseph (i779)- 
(Eton Coll. Reg.; Peile, 11. 303; G. Mag., 1844, i. 660.) 

GOODALL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Apr. 24, 
1833. Of Somerset. [Perhaps his father occurs in St Paul's 
Sch. Reg. as 's. of Edward Vernon, attorney-at-law, of Bath'; 
adm. at St Paul's, 1780.] Matric. Michs. 1833; B..-^. 1S37; 
M.A. 1840. One of these names (not in Al. Oxon.) was C. of 
Calne, Wilts., -1841-4; disappears from Clergy List, 1845. 

GOODALL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Clare, Aug. 5> 1851. 
[School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 185 1; Scholar; B.A. 1856. 
Ord. deacon (Manchester) 1856; priest, 1857; C. of Deane, 
Lanes., 1S56-60. C. of Middleton, 1860-3. C. of Armley, 
Yorks., 1863-76. V. of Woodside, 1876-1907. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1908. (Eton Sch. Lists.) 

GOODBARNE, JOHN ROGERS. Adm. sizar at Queens', 
.\pr. 22, 1S50; pens. 1853. Matric. Michs. 1853. 

GOODBEHERE, HORATIO. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) at 
Trinity Hall, Dec. 2, 1814. S. of Samuel, Esq., Alderman 
of the City of London. Matric. Michs. 1815. Founder of the 
Goodbehere Fellowships. 

GOODBODY, JONATHAN. Adm. at Clare, July 9, 1900. 
[Doubtless descended from Jonathan, of Charlestown House, 
King's Co., Ireland, who was born in 1812 and died in 1889.] 
School, Leighton Park. One of these names (perhaps his 
father) died at Pembroke House, Blackrock, Co. Dubhn, 
Mar. 21, 1944, aged 89. (The Times, Mar. 27, 1944; Burke, 
L.G. of Ireland.) 

GOODCHILD, CECIL WRAY. .\dm. sizar at St John's, July 8, 
1830. S. of William Thomas, clerk, of Stanford-le-Hope 
near Horndon-on-the-Hill, Essex. B. May 19, 1810, at 
Waltham Abbey, Essex. Migrated to Magdalene, Oct. 14, 
1830. Matric. Michs. 1830; Scholar, 1832; B.A. 1834; M.A. 
1837. Second Master at a proprietary school at Gt Yannouth, 
under the Rev. Thomas Clowes (M..\. of Queens'), 1833-8. 
C. of East Sutton and Head Master of Sutton Valence 
Grammar School, 1838-48. Married, 1837, Jane Theophik 
Turner. Died Apr. 30, 1848. Buried at East Tilbury, Essex. 
Brother of William G. (1837). (G. Mag., 1848, 11. loi; 
C. J. Palmer, Gt Yarmouth, iii. 272; P. E. Towell; R. Shilleto; 
Scott, MSS.) 

GOODCHILD, ETHELBERT. Matric. Non-Coll. Michs. 1887. 
.■\dm. at Caius, Apr. 23, 1889. Only s. of James, of in, 
Eaton Terrace, London. B. there [May 14], 1869. School, 
United Westminster (Mr Goffin). B.A. 1S90; M.A. 1920. 
Had studied at the University of London, 18S6. C. of 
Bamsley, Yorks., 1894-6. C. of New Mill, Huddersfield, 
1897-8. C. of St Mary's, Waterloo, Liverpool, 1898-1902. 
C. of St Peter's, Croydon, 1902-4. .Acting Chaplain, 
British Embassy, Constantinople, 1905-6. C. of Jesmond, 
Northumb., 1906-7. Chaplain of Long Grove Colony, Epsom, 
Surrey, 1907-12. R. of Congerstone, Leics., 1912-13. V. of 
Stokesay with Craven Arms, Salop, 1913-15. V. of Stansted 
Mountfitchet, Essex, 1915-20. V. of St Luke's, Nutford 
Place, St Marylebone, London, 1920-47-. (Venn, 11. 503; 
Crockford.) 

GOODCHILD, GEORGE FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
Oct. I, 1895. S. [and h.] of John George [of H.M. Geological 
Survey]. B. Jan. 2, 1871, at Hartley, Kirkby-Stephen. 
School, Winchester Training College (Mr Martin) and at 
London University (B..\. 1892). Matric. Michs. 1895; 
Exhibitioner; Scholar; (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, 1st Class, 1897; 
Mech. Sci. Trip., Pt I, 1898) ; B.A. 1898; M.A. 1906. Lecturer 
for three years at Winchester Diocesan Training College. 
Assistant Master at Wyggeston School, Leicester, for four 
years. Principal of Wandsworth Technical Institute, 1902- 
15. External Registrar, London University, 1915-36. 
Editor of A Technological and Scientific Dictionary, etc. Of 
New Maiden, Surrey, in 1943. (Schoolmasters' Directories; 
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GOODCHILD, JOHN. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 12, 1898. School, 
Ipswich Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1898; Scholar; B.A. 1901; 
M.A. 1920. Lecturer in agricultural book-keeping at Cam- 
bridge; science tutor, St Slark's Training College, Chelsea, 
1904-5 ; then a farmer in Manitoba. Ord. deacon (Southwell) 
1907; priest, 1908; C. of St Andrew's, Derby, 1907-9. 
Missioner, Elk Lake City, Ontario, Canada, 1909-10. C. of 
Witham, Essex, 1911-12. Organizing Secretary, S.P.C.K., 
for S.E. district, 1912-20; travelling Secretary, 1920-6. 
R. of Brington with Bythorn and Old Weston, Hunts., 
1926-36. R. of St Michael's with All Saints', Longstanton, 
Cambs., 1936-44. Died Mar. 17, 1944. (Crockford; The Times, 
Mar. 22, 1944.) 

GOODCHILD, PHILIP PETER PERRING. Adm. pens, at 
Emmanuel, Mar. 25, 1858. Only s. of the Rev. T[homas] 
0[lver] [of Exeter College, Oxford, R. of Hackney, 
Middlesex, and Ellen, dau. of Philip Perring]. [B. Sept. 14, 
1838.] Schools [Marlborough, 1849-52 and] Rugby. Matric. 
Michs. 1858; B.A. 1862; M.A. 1875. Of Rotherby Manor, 
Leicester, and of The Grange, Bonchurch, Isle of Wight. 
J. P. and D.L. for Leicestershire. Major, Leicester Militia; 
Hon. Lieut. -Col., 3rd Batt., Leics. Regt. Died Jan. 13, 1910, 
at The Frith, South Ascot, Berks. {Marlborough Coll. Reg.; 
Rugby Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G.; The Times, Jan. 17, 1910.) 

GOODCHILD, RALPH SHILLETO. Adm. sizar at Sidney, 
Oct. II, 1878. [7th] s. of William George (next), clerk. 
B. Jan. 31, i860, at East Tilbury. School, Clergy Orphan, 
Canterbury. Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882; M.A. 1885. 
Founder and Head Master of St Faith's Preparatory School 
at Cambridge, 1 883-1909; resigned. Assistant Secretary, 
University Appointments Board, 1909-31; resigned. Resided 
subsequently at 5, Bentley Road, Cambridge, where he died 
Nov. 27, 1943. ("R. Shilleto.) 

GOODCHILD, WILLIAM GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Magdalene, June 23, 1837. [2nd] s. of William Thomas, 
V. of East Tilbury, Essex. [B. Dec. 24, 1818, at Homdon- 
on-the-Hill.] School, Leeds. Matric. Michs. 1837. Migrated 
to Sidney, Feb. 22, 1838; B.A. 1841; M.A. 1845. Ord. 
deacon, 1841; priest (Chester) 1842. Principal .\ssistant at 
King Edward's School, Macclesfield, 1842. Private Chaplain 
to Thomas Hibbert, of Birtles, Cheshire, 1842. Head Master 
of Audlem Grammar School, 1843. V. of E. Tilbury, 1845-64. 
Married, at York, June 22, 1843, Faith, 3rd dau. of John 
Shilleto. Died 1864. Buried at East Tilbury. Father of the 
above; brother of CecU W. (1830). (R. Shilleto; Clergy List; 
Crockford.) 

GOODDAY, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 21, 1844. 
[9th s. of William (of Queen's College, Oxford), V. of TerUng, 
Essex, 1801-48, by his 2nd wife, Mary, dau. of Richard .Algar, 
of Terhng, Essex.] Matric. Michs. 1844; B.A. 1849; M.A. 
1853. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1849; priest, 1849; C. of 
Langley, Essex, 1849-54. Assistant Master at Market Bos- 
worth Grammar School, Leics., 1855-6. Chaplain to Witham 
Union, 1856-64; to Romford Union, 1864-89, and to Shore- 
ditch Union Schools, Brentwood, 1872-7. C. of Navestock, 
1882-8. Lived latterly at Haroldwood, Romford. Died 
Sept. 1, 1889. WUl dated Apr. 29, 1889; proved Dec. 4, 1889. 
Half-brother of Septimus (1828). (Scott, MSS., which gives 
' for many years V. of Terling,' confusing him with his father; 
Berry, Essex Pedigrees; Northants. Clergy (under his father); 
Crockford.) 

GOODDAY, JOHN WILLIAM. Matric. Non-CoU. Easter, 1895. 
S. of Horatio, M.D., deceased. School, King's College School, 
London. Migrated (age 37) to Jesus, Oct. 1895. [Probably 
grandson of John WilUam, V. of Falmer and Stanmer, 
Sussex, eldest brother of the above and the next.] (Foster, 
Index Eccles.) 

GOODDAY, SEPTIMUS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
June 4, 1828. 7th s. of William [of Queen's College, Oxford], 
V. of Terhng, Essex [by his first wife, Rebecca T. Frances]. 

B. there [.\pr. 15, 1810]. School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric. 
Michs. 1828; E.xhibitioner, 1828; B.A. 1832; M.A. 1835. 
Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 22, 1833; priest, Dec. 21, 1834; 

C. of Hutton, Essex, -1841. C. of Gt Warley, 1844. C. of 
Christ Church, Chelsea, Middlesex, 1845. Lived latterly at 
Witham, Essex. Died Aug. 15, 1882. Half-brother of James 
(1844). {Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Northants. Clergy 
(under his father); Clergy List; Crockford.) 

GOODDEN, CECIL PHELIPS. Adm. at King's, Oct. 3, 1899. 
[2nd s. of John Robert Phelips, Col., of Compton House, 
Dorset, J. P., D.L. B. Nov. 12, 1879. School, Harrow.] 
Matric. Michs. 1899; Scholar; Prizeman; B.A. 1902; 
Browne Medalhst, 1902. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 
June 15, 1904. On the Western Circuit. Revising Barrister, 
1914. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (R. Marines; in 
GalhpoU and with British Adriatic Squadron (Intelligence 

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Dept.)). Bursar of Harrow School, 1920-37. Hon. Secretary, 
Harrow Association, and editor of Harrow School Register. 
J. P. for Dorset. Of Chettle Lodge, near Blandford, in 1943. 
{Harrow Sch. Reg.; King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Law Lists; Univ. 
War List; Schoolmasters' Directories; Burke, L.G., 1939; 
Kelly, Handbook.) 

GOODDEN, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Jesus, June 27, 1823. 
[Doubtless 3rd s. of Wyndham, Esq., of Over Compton, 
Dorset.] Matric. Michs. 1823; B..\. 1827; M.A. 1836. Ord. 
deacon (Bath) Oct. 14, 1827. R. of N., and P.C. of S. Barrow, 
Somerset, 1831-70-. Disappears from Crockford, 1872. 
{Jesus Coll. Notes; Burke, L.G., 1864; Foster, Ittdex Eccles.; 
Clergy List.) 

GOODE, ALFRED JUAN. Adm. pens, at Clare, June 27, 1853. 
Matric. Michs. 1853; B.A. 1857; M.A. 1862. Ord. deacon 
(Ely) 1862; priest, 1863; C. of Withersfield, Sufiolk, 1862-4. 
C. of L. Thurlow, 1864-5. C. of Enbome with Hampstead 
Marshall, Berks., 1865-73. Lived latterly at Ryde, Isle of 
Wight. Died Sept. II, 1891, at Etretat, France. {Crockford; 
The Guardian, Sept. 16, 1891.) 

GOODE, AMBROSE. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, May 13, 
1788. S. of Samuel, of Cambridge. School, New-Gate, Essex 
(Mr Buck). Matric. Michs. 1788. Migrated as pens, to Corpus 
Christi, May 10, 1791; Scholar; B.A. 1792; M.A. 1797. V. of 
Waddingworth, Lines., 1794-1843. V. of Terrington, 
Norfolk, 1803-43. Died Apr. 23, 1843, aged 73. Brother of 
Samuel (1785) and probably of Henry (1795). (G. Mag., 
1S43, I. 664.) 

GOODE, CHARLES TAYLOR. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 5, 1889. 
[Doubtless s. of John Charles, tea merchant, of The Grange, 
Brentwood.] School, Brentwood Grammar. Matric. ilichs. 
1889. Doubtless brother of George E. (1890). 

GOODE, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, July 13, 
1815. S. of William [clerk, of St .Ann's, Blackfriars (for whom 
see D.N.B.)]. B. in London. School, St Paul's. Matric. 
Michs. 1816; Bell Scholar, 1817; Exhibitioner, 1818-23; 
B.A. {7th Wrangler) 1820; M.A. 1823. Fellow, 1822. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) Mar. 23, 1823; priest, Apr. 11, 1824. Went to 
India as missionary in the service of the Church Missionary 
Society. Morning Preacher at the Female Orphan Asylum, 
London, 1834-. Evening Lecturer of Clapham, Surrey, 
-1841-2. Author, Sermons; The Better Covenant (reached a 
5th edition in 1848). Died Nov. 19, 1842, aged 45, at 
Clapham. Brother of William (1820). {St Paul's Sch. Reg.; 
Clergy List; G. Mag., 1843, i. 215; D.N.B.) 

GOODE, GEORGE. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1881. Educated 
at the British Schools, Cambridge. B.A. i886; M.A. 1901. 
An .Assistant in the University Library, 1876-1927; retired. 
Died Jan. 21, 1943, aged 84, in Cambridge. 

GOODE, GEORGE ERNEST. .Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1890. S. of 
John Charles, tea merchant, of The Grange, Brentwood. 

B. [Feb. 18], 1873, at Ilford. School, Brentwood (Mr New- 
man). Matric. Michs. 1890. Resided four years. At the 
London Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1894. Medical 
Examiner and Referee, China Mutual Insurance Co., in 
Shanghai. Surgeon, Transport 'Lake Erie,' 1900-1. Of The 
White Cottage, Kenley, Surrey, in 1920. Died July 16, 1925, 
at Shanghai. Doubtless brother of Charles T. (1889). {Venn, 
II. 513; .Medical Directories.) 

GOODE, HAMILTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 10, 1882. 
S. of WiUiam James, of Hampstead, London. B. in London, 
1864. School, Harrow. .Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1886; 
M..A. 1891. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1889; priest, 1891; 

C. of King's Sombome, Hants., 1889-92. C. of N. Cadbury, 
Somerset, 1892-6. Disappears from Crockford, 1910. One 
of these names, of Newquay, died Sept. 2, 1928, at Cheynes, 
Cottered; buried there. {Harrow Sch. Reg.; The Times, 
Sept. 4, 1928.) 

GOODE, HENRY. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, Sept. 12, 
1795. Of Cambridge. [Probably s. of Samuel.] Matric. 
Michs. 1796; Scholar, 1797. Probably brother of Ambrose 
(1788) and Samuel (1785). 

GOODE, HENRY. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St Catharine's, Nov. 24, 
1820. B. in London. Matric. Lent, 1821; B.A. 1825. Perhaps 
the man of these names, called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 
Nov. 25, 1825; on the Western Circuit; of Ryde, Isle of 
Wight; father of the next and of Wollaston (1842). {Law 
Lists, 1850; not in 1880.) 

GOODE, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, June 8, 
1838. 2nd s. of Henry [perhaps the above], lawyer, of Ryde, 
Isle of Wight. B. at Brighton. Matric. Michs. 1838; Scholar; 
B..\. {igth Wrangler) 1842; M.B. 1846; Med. Lie. 1849. 
Fellow. Brother of Wollaston (1842). 



GooDE, Samuel 

GOODE, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar at Trinity Hall, May i6, 1785- 
S. of [Samuel], of Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 1786; Scholar, 
1786; expelled June 3, 1787. Matric. from Queen's College, 
Oxford, Nov. 6, 1787, age 19; B.A. (Oxford) 1791. Brother 
of Ambrose (1788) and probably of Henry (1795). (Gunning, 
I. 192; Al. Oxim.) 

GOODE, SAMUEL WALTER. Adm. pens, at Caius, Apr. 19, 
1899. S. of William, merchant, of Port Pirie, South Australia. 
B. there Nov. 25, 1878. School, Way College, Adelaide. 
[B.A. of Adelaide University.] Matric. Easter, 1899; Ex- 
hibitioner, 1900; Scholar, 1901; B.A. (Class. Trip., Pt I, 
Class I) 1901. Entered the I.C.S., 1902. Chairman of the 
Calcutta Corporation, 1910. During the Great War, em- 
ployed on special work in the Municipal Department of the 
Bengal Secretariat. Joined the official bloc in the Provincial 
Legislature, 1919. Secretary to Government in the Local 
Self-Government Department, 1924. Chairman of the 
Calcutta Improvement Trust, 1926. Commissioner of the 
Burdwan Division. CLE., 1926. Retired, 1931. Authoi; 
Municipal Calcutta. Lived latterly in Australia for reasons 
of health. Died Jan. 29, 1935, at Budapest. {I.C.S. Lists; 
Who was Who; Venn, iii. 394; 1 he Times, Feb. 5, 1935.) 

GOODE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Aug. i, 
1820. S. of William [Magdalen College, Oxford, R. of St 
Andrew's and St Ann's, Blackfriars, London]. B. [Nov. 10, 
1801], in London. School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1821; 
Exhibitioner, 1822-5; B.A. 1825; M.A. 1828. Migrated 
('age 24') to Peterhouse, May 10, 1829; adm. there as a 
'Ten-year man'; D.D. i860. Ord. deacon (Norwich, Litt. 
dim. from London) June 19, 1825; priest (London) Dec. 18, 
1825; C. of Christ Church, Newgate Street, London, 1825-35. 
R. of St Antholin's, London, 1835-49. R. of All Hallows, 
1849-50. Warburton Lecturer, I S53-7. R. of St Margaret's, 
Lothbury, 1856-60. Dean of Ripon, 1860-S. Editor of the 
Christian Observer, and the recognised champion of the 
Evangelical party. Author, Fulfilled Prophecy; of a memoir 
of his father, etc. Married Katherine Isabella, dau. of the 
Hon. William Cust. Died Aug. 13, 1868, at the Deanery, 
Ripon. Brother of Francis (1815). (St Paul's Sch. Reg.; 
D.N.B.; Boase, 1. 1172-3; T. A. Walker, 437; Scott, MSS.; 
The Guardian, Aug. 19, 1868.) 

GOODE, WILLIAM PECKHAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Feb. 12, 1841; from University of London. S. of Philip, 
lawyer. B. Feb. 22, 1822, in Kentish Town, London. Matric. 
Michs. 1841; B.A. 1845; M.A. 1848. Adm. ad eundem at 
Oxford, Mar. 8, 1S49. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1845; 
priest, 1846; C. of Newington-by-Sittingboume, Kent, 
1845-8. C. of Holy Trinity with St M., Guildford, 1849-51. 
R. of Earsham, Norfolk, 1855-83. Married Louisa Chartres, 
dau. of the Rev. J. C. Safford, of Mettingham Castle, Suffolk. 
Died Apr. 20, 1S83. (Peile, n. 472; Cant. Act Bk.; Al. Oxon.; 
Clergy List; Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

GOODE, WOLLASTON. Adm. pens, at Queens', Apr. 13, 1842. 
S. of Henry [perhaps of 1820], Esq., of Ryde, Isle of' Wight. 
Migrated to Trinity Hall, June 26, 1842. Matric. Michs. 
1842; Scholar, 1843; B.A. 1846; M.A. 1850. Ord. deacon 
(Rochester) 1849; priest, 1850; C. of St James's, Croydon, 
Surrey. R. of St Giles's, Colchester, 1857-71. V. of St 
Budeaux, Devon (and acting C.F.), 1875-86. V. of Holy 
Trinity, Barnstaple, 1886-93. Lie. pr., dio. Exeter, 1894- 
1906. Disappears from Crockford, 1917. Brother of Henry 
(1838). 

GOODEN, ALEXANDER CHISHOLM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, Jan. 12, 1836. [2nd] s. of James [F.S.A.]. B. in 
Loudon. Matric. Michs. 1S36; Scholar, 1839; B.A. (1st 
Classic^ 1840; ist ChanceUor's Medal, 1840. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Oct. 19, 1838. Died Aug. 22, 1841, aged 23, 
at Bonn. (G. Mag., 1841, 11. 472, and 1842, i. 118.) 

GOODEN, JOHN LAMBERT CHISHOLM. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Oct. 14, 1876. S. of James Chisholm [who assumed 
the name Gooden-Chisholm, June 17, 1887], of 33, Tavistock 
Square, London. B. [Feb. 8], 1858. Schools [University 
College School, London, 1866-7 and] Highgate (Dr Dyne). 
Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. 1880. 'Deceased,' according to 
Highgate Sch. Roll, 1938. One Chisholm Gooden-Chisholm 
died Dec. 10, 1929, aged 73, at Vann House, Ockley, Surrey. 
(The Times, Dec. 12, 1929; Univ. Coll. Sch. Reg.'; Changes 
of Name.) 

GOODERHAM, ABRAHAM. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Caius, 
Oct. 24, 1861. S. of Wilham, of Monewden, Suffolk. B. there. 
'Matric. Michs. 1861; B.A. 1867; M..\. 18S6. Ord. deacon 
(Chester) 1869; priest, 1870; C. of St Matthew's, Liverpool, 
1869. C. of St Helens, 1871. C. of Newcastle-on-Tyne, 
1872-7. V. of St Ann's, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1877-91. V. of 
Chillingham, 1891-1904. V. of Eghngham, 1904-11. Married 
Blanche, dau. of Sir James Pennethorpe, of Worcester Park 
House, Surrey. Lived latterly at Ahiwick, where he died 
Aug. 25, 1914. (Venn, 11. 356; Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 



GooDFORD, Charles Old 

GOODEVE (post GOODEVE-ERSKINE), JOHN FRANCIS 
ERSKINE. Adm. pens, at Queens', May 16, 1856. [Only s. 
of William James [surgeon, Bristol], and Frances Jemima, 
dau. of John Thomas Erskine, Earl of Mar. B. Mar. 29, 1836, 
at Chfton, Somerset. School, Bristol Grammar School.] 
Matric. Michs. 1856; M.A. i860. Adm. at Oxford, Com. 
causa, 1862. Ord. deacon (Gloucester, Litt. dim. for Hereford) 
1866 (as Earl of Mar); C. of Tedstone Wafer, Heref., 1866. 
Assumed the additional surname of Erskine, June 19, 1866. 
Styled Baron Garioch. Succeeded his uncle, John Francis 
Miller, as Earl of Mar, June 19, 1866 (though not to the 
family estates; for an account of the Earldom of Mar Restitu- 
tion Act, 1885, see G.E.C., v. 299). Representative Peer for 
Scotland, 1886-1922. Premier Earl of Scotland, being the 
27th holder of the title from 1115. His dignity was the 
subject of one of the most remarkable peerage cases on record. 
He had throughout his life a strongly formed taste foi*music. 
Of V'iUa Indiana, Monte Carlo, where he died June 17, 1930. 
Father of John F. (next). (Burke, P. and B.; G.E.C., viii. 431; 
Crockford; Cambridge Review, Oct. 10, 1930; The Times, 
June 18 and 24, 1930.) 

GOODEVE, THOMAS MINCHIN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at St 
John's, Mar. 18, 1839. Of Hampshire. S. of John [solicitor], 
of 13, Bayswater Terrace, London. [B. Nov. 26, 1821.] 
Schools, Merchant Taylors' and King's College, London. 
[Previously matric. at London University, 1838.] Scholar, 
1839; matric. Lent, 1840; B.A. (gth Wrangler) 1843; M.A. 
1846. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 6, 1840. Called to the 
Bar, Jan. 27, 1S62 (sic. Law Lists; Foster; Scott, MSS.). 
On the South Eastern Circuit; had a considerable practice 
in patent cases. Professor of astronomy at the Royal Military 
Academy, Woolwich. Professor of mathematics and applied 
mechanics at the Royal School of Mines, S. Kensington, 
1869. Subsequently Lecturer in mechanics and mathematics 
at the Royal College of Science; resigned, 1894. For many 
years Professor of natural philosophy at King's College, 
London; and latterly Professor of applied mathematics and 
physics at the R.M. Academy, Woolwich. Author, Abstract 
of Reported Cases relating to Letters Patent for Inventions; 
The Elements of Mechanism; The Principles of Mechanics, etc. 
Died Feb. 10, 1902, at 50, Ladbroke Grove, London, W. 
Buried at Bristol. (Merchant Taylors' Reg.; Foster, Men at 
the Bar; La-w Lists; Scott, MSS.; The Times, Feb. 12, 1902.) 

GOODEVE-ERSKINE (Lord GARIOCH), JOHN FRANCIS 
HAMILTON SINCLAIR CUNLIFFE BROOKS FORBES. 

Adm. pens, (age 18) at Magdalene, Oct. 9, 1886. Only s. of 
John Francis Erskine (above), Earl of Mar [and Ahce Mary 
Sinclair, dau. of John Hamilton]. B. Feb. 27, 1868, at 
Bournemouth. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 18S6. Suc- 
ceeded as 28th Earl of Mar, June 17, 1930. Of 2, Neville 
Court, St John's Wood, London. Died s.p. Sept. 29, 
1932, at Foveran House, Foveran, Aberdeenshire. (Burke, 
P. and B. (Mar); G.E.C.; Who was Who.) 

GOODFELLOW, The Rev. THEOPHILUS. B.A., incorp. from 
Oxford, 1764; M.A. from Trinity, 1764. [S. of Francis, of 
GuUsborough, Northants.] Matric. (age 17) from Wadham 
College, O.xford, May 5, 1736; B.A. (Oxford) Feb. 19, 1739-40. 
Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Sept. 29, 1741; priest (Lincoln) 
Sept. 19, 1742; C. of Gt Houghton, Northants., 17,1; R. 
there, 1742. V. of East Haddon, 1769-82; dispensation to 
hold both livings, Nov. 4, 1769. Chaplain to the Earl of 
Ligonier. Died Jan. 20, 1782, aged 64, at Gt Houghton. 
(Cant. Act Bk.; Al. Oxon.; Northants. Clergy.) 

GOODFELLOW, WILLIAM SCOTT. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
July 8, 1868. [3rd] s. of William, Esq., of Auckland, New 
Zealand. Schools, Edinburgh High and CoUegiate. Matric. 
Michs. 1868; B.A. 1872. Adm. at the Inner Temple, June 13, 
1870. Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 1873. Returned to New 
Zealand. (Law Lists, 1930; not in 1942; T. A. Walker, 532; 
Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

GOODFORD, ARTHUR JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. lo, 
1S64. S. [and h.] of Charles Old, D.D. (next). Provost of 
Eton. B. [Mar. 7, 1846], at Eton. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1864; B.A. 1868; M.A. 1871. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
Mar. 16, 1869. Called to the Bar, June 6, 1872. On the 
Western Circuit. Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer. Of 
ChOton-Cantelo, Somerset. J. P. and D.L. Capt. and Hon. 
Col., 3rd Vol. Batt., Somerset L.I. Died Nov. i, 1904. 
Brother of Montague C. (1870). (Eton Sch. Lists; Law Lists; 
Burke, E.G., 1939; Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

GOODFORD, CHARLES OLD. Adm. at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, July 29, 1831. [2nd] s. of John (next), of ChUton- 
Cantelo, Somerset. B. July 15, 1812, at Yeovil. Matric. 
Michs. 1831; B.A. 1836; M.A. 1839; D.D. (per Lit. Reg.) 
1853. Fellow, 1834-44. Assistant Master at Eton, 1835-53; 
Head Master, 1853-62; Provost, Jan. 27, 1862-84. R- of 
ChUton-Cantelo, Somerset, 1848-84. Married, Mar. 28, 1844, 
Katharine Lucia, dau. of George Law, Esq. Died May g, 
1S84, at Eton College. Buried in Eton cemetery. Father of 



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Arthur J. (1864) and of Montague C. (1870). {Eton Sck. 
Lists; King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Burke, L.G., 1939; Boose, i. 
1 1 74, which gives ' b. at Chilton Cantelo'; Crock ford; D.N.B.; 
The Guardian, May 14 and 28, 1884.) 

GOODFORD, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, July 8, 
1801. S. of John Old (next), of Yeovil. [B. Dec. 27, .1784.] 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1802. Of Chilton-Cantelo, 
Somerset, Esq. J. P. and D.L. High Sheriff, 1816. Married, 
Jan. 4, 1810, Charlotte, dau. of Montague Cholmeley, Esq., 
of Easton, Lines. Died Dec. 9, 1835. Father of the above. 
(Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, L.G., 1939.) 

GOODFORD, JOHN OLD. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', Nov. 6, 
1762. Of Somerset. [S. of Samuel, of the Inner Temple, and 
of Trent, Somerset.] Of [Chilton-Cantelo], Yeovil, Esq. High 
Sheriff, 1774. Married, Oct. 1776, Maria, dau. of Edward 
Phehps, Esq., of Montacute House. Died Aug. 14, 1787. 
Father of the above. (Burke, L.G., 1939; R. A. Austen- 
Leigh, .4usten Papers, pp. 181, etc.; Musgrave Obits.) 

GOODFORD, MONTAGUE CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 24, 1870. [2nd] s. of Charles Old (1831), D.D., R. of 
Chilton-Cantelo, Somerset. B. [July 22, 1851], at Eton. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1870; B.A. 1874; M.A. 1877. 
Ord. deacon (Bath and Wells) 1874; priest, 1875; C. of 
Stoke Courcy, Sornerset, 1874-80. R. of Wootton Courtenay, 
1880-4. Succeeds his father as R. of Chilton-Cantelo with 
Ashington, 1S84-1914. Committed suicide there Mar. 4, 
1914. Brother of Arthur J. (1864). [Eton Sch. Lists; Crock- 
ford; The Times, Mar. 9, 1914; The Guardian, Mar. 13, 1914.) 

GOODHART, ALFRED HARRINGTON. Adm. Fell. -Com. at 
St Catharine's, Nov. 4, 1845. S. of Joseph. B. [Jan. 3, 
1817], at Hackney, Middlese.x. Married, Apr. 27, 1843, 
Elizabeth Wilkinson, dau. of Alexander Goudge, of Spital 
Square, Hackney. Died Aug. 1852. Buried Aug. 27. Father 
of Charles A. (1868) and Hugh W. (1878). (Burke, P. and B.) 

GOODHART, ALFRED WARNER. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 2, 1899. Of Yorkshire. S. of — [Charles Alfred 
(1868), R.] of Lambourne, Essex. B. Aug. 13, 1879, at 
Sheffield. Schools, Sheffield Grammar and Chigwell, Essex. 
Matric. Michs. 1899; B..^. 1902; M.A. 1909. Assistant 
Master at Duke's School, Alnwick, 1902-3. Ord. deacon 
(St Albans) 1903; priest, 1904; C. of Wanstead, Essex, 1903- 
17. V. of White Notley, 1917-36. V. of Littlebury, 1936-45. 
Died May 16, 1945. (Chigwell Reg.; Crockford; The Times, 
May, 17, 1945.) 

GOODHART, ARTHUR MURRAY. Adm. at King's, a scholar 
from Eton, Oct. lo, 1885. [3rd] s. of Charles Woide (1848), 
schoolmaster, of 24, Montpelier Crescent, Brighton. B. 
June 15, 1866, at The Keir, Wimbledon. Matric. Michs. 
1885; Scholar, 1888; B.A. (Class. Trip., 1st Class) 1888; 
Mus.B. 1891; M.A. 1894. Assistant Master at Eton, 1889, 
and in 1904 succeeded .\. C. Benson as a House Master. 
Retired, Dec. 1924, and lived at 99, Montpelier Road, 
Brighton. Wrote the settings for many of the school songs 
at Eton. Devoted to the Wall Game, in which he took part 
with wonderful strength and capacity until he was more than 
60 years of age. Composer of Elegy, Greek March, Dorian 
March, Graceful Dance, anij other orchestral and organ works, 
piano works and songs. 'As a composer he produced no 
great bulk of work, but all that he did, whether choral or 
instrumental, was full of charming melody and distinction.' 
Died July 2, 1941, at Oxford. Brother of Harry C. (1877). 
(Eton Sch. Lists; King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Schoolmasters' 
Directories; iVho's Who in Music; Brown and Stratton, 
British Musical Biography; The Times, July 4, 1941.) 

GOODHART, CHARLES ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. i, 1S68. Of IVIiddlesex. [S. and h. of .\lfred 
Harrington (1845), of Camden Road, London. B. Apr. 19, 
1844.] [School, Brighton College.] Matric. Michs. 1868; 
Scholar, 1869; (Moral Sci. Trip., ist Class, 1871); B.A. 1872; 
M.A. 1877. Ord. deacon (York) 1871; priest, 1872; C. of 
St Mary's, Sheffield, 1871-5. V. of St Barnabas, Sheffield, 
1876-93. R. of Lambourne, Essex, 1893-1915. Lived latterly 
at The Mount, Stouehouse, Gloucs., where he died Sept. 9, 
1919. Buried at Sheffield. Brother of Hugh W. (1878) and 
father of Alfred W. (1899). (Brighton Coll. Reg.; Burke, 
P. and B. (1940), which gives 'died 1918'; Crockford; Scott, 
MSS.; The Times, Sept. 11, 1919.) 

GOODHART, CHARLES JOSEPH. Adm. sizar (age 19) at 
Trinity, Feb. 18, 1822. S. of Joseph. B. [1803 or 1804], at 
Limehouse, Middlesex. School, St Saviour's, Southwark 
(Mr Fancourt). Matric. Michs. 1822; Scholar, 1825; B.A. 
(22nd Wrangler) 1826; M.A. 1831. Ord. deacon (Bath and 
Wells, Litt. dim. for Bristol) 1827; priest (Bristol) Jan. 12, 
1828; C. of Haselbury-Bryan, Dorset, 1827-30. C. of Broad- 
chalke, Wilts., 1830-6. C. of St M.'s Chapel, Reading, 



GooDHART, Hugh Wilkinson 

1836-52. C. of Park Chapel, Chelsea, 1852-68. Secretary 
for the Society for Promoting Christianitv amongst the 
Jews, 1863-8. R. of Wetherden, Suffolk, 1868-92. Married 
Isabella Jane — . Author, rehgious. Died at Wetherden, 
May 28, 1892. Father of the next, Edward S. (1852) and 
Henry M. H. (1853). (Boase, v. 440; Clergy List; Crockford; 
Scott, MSS.; The Guardian, June 1, 1892.) 

GOODHART, CHARLES WOIDE. Adm. pens, at Caius, 
May 30, 1848. S. and h. of Charles Joseph (above). B. 
[Jan. 16, 1829], at Haselbury-Brj'an, Dorset. Educated by 
his father. Matric. Michs. 1848; Scholar, 1849-55 ; Prizeman; 
B.A. 1852; M.A. 1857. Kept a private school at Brighton 
for many years until 1886. Lived latterly at Reading and 
at Wimbledon. Died Mar. 28, 1914, at Reading. Father of 
Harry C. (1S77) and Arthur M. (1885); brother of the next. 
(Venn, ii. 284; The Times, Mar. 31, 1914.) 

GOODHART, EDWARD SKELTON. Adm. sub-sizar (age 20) 
at Trinity, Feb. 3, 1852. S. of the Rev. Charles Joseph 
(1822), of Reading. B. at Broadchalke, Wilts. Matric. Michs. 
1852; B.A. 1857. Ord. deacon, 1858; priest, 1859. Chaplain 
in the Madras Presidency, 1865-73. V. of Owersby with 
Kirkby and Osgodby, Linos., 1873-84. Married Charlotte 
Ameha — . Died June 28, 1884, aged 52, at Osgodby. Brother 
of the above. 

GOODHART, GORDON WILKINSON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1899. [Younger] s. of Dr [Sir] James Frederic 
[Bart.], of 25, Portland Place, London. B. [July 24], 1882, 
at Blackheath. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1899; 
B..\. 1902; B.C. and M.A. 1907; M.B. 1908; M.D. 1923. At 
Guy's Hospital, London; also at Freiburg and Berlin. 
F.R.C.P. House Physician and Demonstrator in Pathology 
at Guy's Hospital. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Temp. Capt., R.A.M.C, in the Second London General 
Hospital ; mentioned for ' valuable services ') . Clinical Patho- 
logist at University College Hospital, 1919. Pathologist to 
L.C.C., in charge of St Mary Abbots Group Laboratories. 
Author, medical. Of 40, West Cromwell Road, London, in 
1943. (Scott, MSS.; Who's Who, 1943; Univ. War List; 
Burke, P. and B.; Medical Directories; Kelly, Handbook, 
1943; Record of Old Westminsters.) 

GOODHART, HARRY CHESTER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Apr. 14, 1877. S. of Charles Woide (1848), of 24, Montpelier 
Crescent, Brighton. B. [July 17, 1S58], at Wimbledon. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1877; Scholar, 1877; Browne 
medal, 1880; Members' Prize, 1881; 1st Chancellor's Medal, 
1881; B.A. (2nd Classic) 1881; M.A. 1884. Fellow, 1881. 
Football (assoc.) International, 1883. Lecturer in Classics, 
1884-90. Professor of Humanity at Edinburgh University, 
1890-5. Tutor to the Duke of Clarence (who was best man 
at his wedding). Edited Thucydtdes, bk. 8. A close friend 
of J. K. Stephen. 'He combined the artist's brain with the 
skill and strength of an artisan.' Died Apr. 21, 1895, aged 36, 
at Edinburgh. Buried at Lower Beeding church, Horsham. 
Brother of Arthur M. (1S85). (Eton Sch. Lists; Boase, v. 
440; The Times, Apr. 23, 1895; Cambridge Review, May 2, 
1895; The National Observer, Apr. 27, 1895.) 

GOODHART, HENRY EMANUEL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, Nov. 8, 1822. S. of Emanuel, Esq. [of Langley 
Park, Beckenham, Kent]. B. [c. 1806], at Stratford, Essex. 
Schools, Chigwell and Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1823; B.A. 
1827; M.A. 1830. Died Feb. 1879. (Chigwell Reg.; Harrow 
Sch. Reg.) 

GOODHART, HENRY MARTYN HAWTREY. Adm. sub-sizar 
(age 19) at Trinity, June 11, 1853. [2nd] s. of Charles 
Joseph (1822), clerk, of Berkshire. B. at Broadchalke, Wilts. 
Matric. Michs. 1853. Died Dec. 8, 1854, aged 20, at 1, Holly- 
wood Grove, New Brompton. (G. Mag., 1855, i. 111; The 
Guardian, Dec. 13, 1854.) 

GOODHART, HENRY NEVE. Adm. (age 20J) at Caius, July 17, 
1871. S. of Charles Emmanuel, of Langley, Beckenham, 
Kent. B. there. Educated in Germany. Matric. Michs. 1871. 
Resided five terms. Partner in the firm of Mason and Barry 
[copper merchants], London. 'Died young.' (Venn, ii. 399.) 

GOODHART, HUGH WILKINSON. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 
1878. [4th] s. of Alfred Harrington (1845), Esq., of Black- 
heath, deceased. B. June 1, 1848. School, Brighton College. 
Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Oct. 1, 1879; B.A. 1882; M.A. 
1889. Ord. deacon (St Albans) 1881; priest, 1882; C. of 
Royston, Herts., 1881-5. C. of St George's-in-the-East, 
London, 1885-91. V. of St Paul's, Haggerston, 1891-1901. 
Died there unmarried June 10, 1901. Brother of Charles A. 
(1868). (Brighton Coll. Reg., which confuses him with his 
brother, Charles A.; Burke, P. and B., 1940; Crockford; 
The Times, June 12, 1901.) 

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GOODHUE, FREDERIC WILLIAM JERVIS. Adm. at Caius, 
Oct. I, 1885. S. of Charles Frederic, barrister. B. [Apr. 26, 
1867], at London, Ontario, Canada. Schools, London, 
Ontario, and Merchiston Castle, Edinburgh. Matric. Michs. 
1885; B.A. 1890. Football (rugby) 'blue,' 1885, 1886. 
Played for Scotland in International matches, 1S90, 1891, 
1892. At St Thomas's Hospital. M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P., 
1894. Assistant House Physician, Hospital for Women, 
Soho Square, London. Clinical Assistant, Evelina Hospital. 
In practice at Watford, in 1898. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Lance-Corporal, R. Fusiliers (Sportsman's Batt.)). 
Of Budleigh Salterton, in 1930; retired. {Venn, iii. 4751 
Univ. War List; Book of Blues; Medical Directories.) 

GOODIER, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 12, 1846. 
S. of John, miller, of Pendlebury [and Jane]. B. at Eccles, 
Lanes. Bapt. Aug. 12, 1827 Matric. Michs. 1846; Scholar; 
B.A. 1851. 

GOODING, CHRISTOPHER GERALD. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 
1887. S. of Matthew Robert Hunte, planter, of Barbados. 
B. there [Aug. 16], 1867. Schools, Harrison College, Bar- 
bados, and Codrington College. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 
1890; M.B. and B.C. 1893. At St Mary's Hospital, London. 
Junior House Surgeon at the Hospital, Barbados, in 1808. 
Hon. Medical Ofticer, Miller Hospital, London, in 1910. In 
practice at Kemsworth, Newport, Jamaica, in 1930. Of West 
Liss, Hants., in 1942. {Venn, 11. 490; Medical Directories.) 

GOODING, LANCELOT NEWTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 30, 1887. S. of John Callendar [M.D.], of Alconbury, 
Cheltenham, Clones. B. [Dec. 15], 1868, at Cheltenham. 
School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1887. 2nd Lieut., Forfar 
and Kincardine Militia Artillery, 1889. {Winchester Coll. 
Reg.) 

GOODING, SIMONDS. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 28, 1898. 
[Younger] s. of Ralph [M.D., J. P. and D.L.], of Blackheath 
[and Adelaide Simonds]. B. Nov. 11, 1880, at Greenwich. 
School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901; 
M.A. 1905; M.B. and B.C. 1906', M.D. 1909. At the London 
Hospital. Medical Registrar of St John's Hospital, Leicester 
Square, London. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., 
R.A.M.C). Author, medical. Resident at Bournemouth, in 
1942. {Mercluint Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; Medical 
Directories.) 

GOODINGE, The Rev. THOMAS. B.A. 1778, incorp. from 
Oxford; M.A. from Trinity, 1778. S. of Thomas, barrister, 
of London. B. 1746. Matric. (age 15) from Trinity College, 
Oxford, Jan. 14, 1762; B.A. (Oxford) 1766; D.C.L. (0.\ford) 
Dec. 9, 1778. Head Master of the King's School, Worcester, 
1768-76. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1769. R. of St Andrew's, 
Worcester, 1769-71. V. of Bredicot, Worcs., 1771-g. 
Opened a private school at Bevere, Worcs., 1775. Head 
Master of Leeds Granmiar School, 1779-88. R. of Hutton, 
Somerset, 1788-9. R. of Cound, Salop, 1789-1816. Resided 
latterly at Shrewsbury, whUe continuing his incumbency of 
Cound. A 'very elegant scholar,' and good botanist. Married, 
Dec. 1773, Maria, dau. of Robert Hale, of Marylebone, 
London. Died July 17, 1816, at Shrewsbury. {At. Oxon.; 
Chambers, Biographical Illustrations of Worcs.; D.N.B., 
which gives R. of Cound, 1789-1810; G. Mag., 1817, 11. 183.) 

GOODISON, BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Oct. 10, 

I755- [S. of Benjamin, of St Martin-in-the-Fields, London. 

School, Westminster.] Scholar, 1756; matric. Michs. 1758; 

LL.B. 1764. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. i, 1751. {Record 

of Old Westminsters.) 
GOODLAKE, The Rev. THOMAS WILLIAM. M.A. 1843, incorp. 

from Oxford. 2nd s. of John Hughes, Esq., of Aldgate, 

London. Matric. (age 18) from Pembroke College, Oxford, 

Nov. 5, 1829; B.A. (Oxford) 1834; M.A, (Oxford) 1836. 

Fellow, 1838-46. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 1834; priest, 1835; 

C. of Bampton, O.xon., 1845. V. of BradweU, 1845-55. 

Dio. Inspector of Schools, 1847-61. R. of Broughton Pogis 

with Filkins, 1855-61. R. of Swindon, Clones., 1861-75. 

Author, religious. Died Oct. 14, 1875. Buried at Swindon. 

M.l. {Al. Uxon.; Clergy List; Crockford.) 

GOODLAND, JOSHUA. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1900. S. of 
GUlmore, deceased, of Exmouth, Devon. [B. July 17, 1873.] 
School, Combe Down, Bath. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. and 
LL.B. 1904; M.A. 1907. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 
June 12, 1907. On the North Eastern Circuit. A law 'coach' 
in London. F.R.G.S. During the Great War, 1914-19, legal 
adviser to the Priority Dept., Ministry of Munitions; M.B.E. 
Joint Head Master of Warren Hill School, Eastbourne, in 
1933-. Died Jan. 22, 1939, at Compton-Dundon. Buried 
there. {Schoolmasters' Directorus; Law Lists; Ike Times, 
Jan. 25, 1939.) 

GOODLIFFE, ARNOLD [DANIEL]. Adm. at King's, Oct. i, 
1897. [School, University School, Southport.] A choral 
scholar. Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900; M.A. 1905. 
Assistant Master at University School, Southport, 1887; at 



Goodman, Henry Cyril 

Huish's Grammar School, Taunton, 1902; Head Master, 
1903-33-. (King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Schoolmasters' Direc- 
tories.) 
GOODLIFFE, ARTHUR HERBERT. Adm. pens, at St Catha- 
rine's, June 20, 1888. S. of Thomas. B. at Nottingham. 
Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891; M.A. 1895. Assistant 
Master at Nottingham University School; at Carmarthen 
Grammar School; at Oulton Secondary School, Liverpool; 
at Greenock Academy; at Newbury Grammar School, -1929-. 
{Schoolmasters' Directories, 1928-9.) 
GOODLIFFE, WALTER. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Sept. 30, 1871. Of Cambridgeshire. B. Jan. 5, 1852, at 
Cambridge. School, Perse, Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 1871; 
Scholar, 1872; B.A. 1876; M.A. 1879. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
1876; priest, 1877; C. of Somerieyton, Suffolk, 1876-8 and 
18S0-5. V. of Herringfleet, 1878-80. Lived latterly at 
Sutton, Surrey, and disappears from Crockford, 1916. 
GOODMAN, ARTHUR WORTHINGTON. Adm. pens, at 
Christ's, Jan. 11, 1890. [2nd] s. of Thomas Davenport, of 
Chapel-en-'le-Frith. B. there [Oct. 26, 1871]. Schools, Man- 
chester Grammar, and High, Newcastle-under-Lyme. Matric. 
Michs. 1890; Scholar, 1890; B..'\. 1893; (Class. Trip., ist 
Class; Theol. Trip., Pt II, ist Class, 1895); M.A. 1897; B.D. 
1922. Select Preacher, 1913 and 1921. In Jime, 1892, was 
crossing Stourbridge Common, Cambridge, with H. C. L. 
Lovett, also of Christ's, when the latter was instantaneously 
killed by lightning. Classical Lecturer at Rondebosch 
College, Cape Colony, 1895. Assistant Master at Aysgarth 
Preparatory School, 1896-8; at Sedbergh School, 1898-1909. 
Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1902; priest, 1903; Assistant Chaplain 
at Sedbergh, 1902-10. R. of St Botolph's, Cambridge, 
1910-23. Assistant Librarian of Winchester Cathedral, 
1923-5; Librarian, 1925-43-; Hon. Canon, 1924-43-. F.S.A. 
Author, History of St Botolph's; The Manor of Goodbegot; 
Winchester Cathedral Chartulary; Bishop Woodlock's Register, 
etc.; joint author, Winchester Cathedral Statutes. Of Dormy 
Cottage, St Cross Road, Winchester, in 1943. {Peile, 11. 756; 
Burke, L.G., 1939; Who's Who, 1943; Crockford; Cambridge 
Chronicle, June 17, 1892.) 
GOODMAN, DAVENPORT. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 3, 
1828. S. of Thomas, gent., of Chapel-en-le-Frith, Derbs. 
B. Apr. 28, 1806. School, Manchester. Intended to take 
Holy Orders, but bad hiealth prevented this. Of Eccles 
House, Chapel-en-le-Frith. Married, Dec. 24, 1835, Eliza- 
beth, dau. of John Moult, of Mellor, Derbs., and had issue. 
{Manchester Sch. Reg.; Cant. Act Bk.; Burke, L.G., 1939.) 
GOODMAN, GEOFFREY GARLAND. Adm. at Pembroke, 
Oct. 1893. [3rd] s. of Henry, miller, of St Ives, Hunts., J. P. 
[and Ada Hamiah Gariand]. B. there Jan. 25, 1875. School, 
Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1939. 
Adm. Solicitor, Dec. 1901. Partner in firm of Ginn and Co., 
Cambridge. Of 8, Grange Road, Cambridge, in 1945. 
Brother of Henry C. (1887) and Joseph (1884). {Law Lists; 
Scott, MSS.; Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.) 
GOODMAN, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 22, 1840. 
[3rd] s. of Thomas, of Edgbaston, Birmingham [and Mary, 
dau. of John Dent]. [B. May 17, 1821, at Peterborough.] 
Schools [Hazelwood, Edgbaston and] Camberwell. Matric. 
Michs. 1840; Scholar, 1841; B.A. {zSth Wrangler) 1844; M.A. 
1847. In business in Birmingham, 1837-40. Ord. deacon 
(Chester) 1845; priest, 1846; C. of Holy Trinity, Birkenhead, 
Cheshire, 1845-6. C. of St Bride's, Fleet Street, London, 
1846-53. V. of Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia, 1853-4. 
V. of Christ Church, Geelong, 1855-1906. Rural Dean of 
Geelong, 1877-1906. Theological Lecturer at Trinity College, 
Melbourne, 1879-99. Canon of Melbourne. Married, July i, 
1853, Margaret Ehzabeth, dau. of Powlett Mortlock, of 
Stamford, and had issue. Author, Church in Victoria under 
Episcopate of Bishop Perry. Died June 24, 1908, at Geelong. 
'The tribute to his character and to his work called forth by 
his death was very remarkable.' {Peile, 11. 469; Burke, 
Family Records; Crockford; Christ's Coll. Obits.; Who was 
Who; The Times, June 30, 1908.) 
GOODMAN, GEORGE HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June i, 
1878. [4th] s. of John Dent, of Peachfield, Edgbaston, Bir- 
mingham. B. [Oct. 2, 1859], at Birmingham. School, Chfton 
College. Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882; M..\. 1885. Adm. 
Solicitor, Jan. 1885. Practised at 5, Philpot Lane, London 
(Henderson, Buckle and Goodman). Of 9, Mulberry Walk, 
Chelsea, London, where he died July 22, 1928. {Clifton Coll. 
Reg.; Law Lists; Scott, MSS.; The Times, July 24, 1928.) 
GOODMAN, HENRY CYRIL. Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. 
29, 1887; took his name ofi. Aug. 4, 1888. Matric. Non-Coil. 
Michs. 1888. Readmitted pens, at St John's, Oct. 18, 1889. 
[2nd] s. of Henry, miller, of St Ives, Hunts., J.P. [and Ada 
Hannah Garland]. B. there July 8, 1870. Schools, Amersham 
(Mr West) and St Ives (the Rev. E. Herring Kinder). B.A. 
1891; M.B. and B.C. 1895; M.A. 1900. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P. 
At the London Hospital; House Physician and Surgeon 



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Goodman, John Parsons 

there. House Physician, Brompton Hospital. Clinical 
Assistant, Gt Ormond Street Hospital, and at Hospital for 
Diseases of the Throat, Golden Square, London. Assistant 
Director-General and Acting Director-General, Public Health 
Dept., Egypt. Commander of the orders of the Osmanieh, 
the Medijieh and the Nile. C.B.E., 1918. Of The Cottage, 
Sandown, Isle of Wight, in 1930. Died Apr. 3, 1938, at Paris, 
Kentucky. Brother of Geoffrey G. (1893) and Joseph (1884). 
{Medical Directories ; Who was Who; The Times, Apr. 6, 1938.) 

GOODMAN, JOHN PARSONS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Feb. 25, 1839. [2nd s. of Benjamin Bull, and Sarah, dau. of 
J. Parsons, D.D., R. of Wapping. B. Aug. 6, 1820.] Matric. 
Michs. 1839; Scholar, 1840; B..A.. 1843; M.A. 1846. Ord. 
deacon (Peterb.) 1843; priest, 1844; C. of Castor, Northants., 
184 3-8. Diocesan Inspector of Schools for Archdeaconry of 
Huntingdon. Domestic Chaplain to the Earl FitzwilUam. 
R. of Keyston, Hunts., 1848-91. Rural Dean of Kimbolton, 
1874-91; Surrogate, 1875-91. Married, June 16, 1846, 
Charlotte, dau. of Edward Jenkins. Died June 9, 1891, at 
Keyston rectory. (Burke, Family Records; Crockford; The 
Guardian, June 17, 1891.) 

GOODMAN, JOHN REYNOLDS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 29, 1S30. [ist s. of WilUam, of Busby HousC; nr Leeds. 
Matric. Michs. 1830; B.A. 1836; M.A. 1839. Called to the 
Bar, Lincoln's Inn, May 3, 1841. (Law Lists.) 

GOODMAN, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 23, 1884. 
S. [and h.] of Henry, master miUer [and Ada Hannah]. 

B. June 23, 1868, at St Ives, Hunts. School, Amershain 
Hall, near Reading (Alfred S. West, M.A.). Matric. Michs. 
1884; B.A. 1887. Partner in firm of SydneyMerritt and Co , 
chartered accountants, Valparaiso. Died Oct. 7, 1924, at 
Flushing, Cornwall. Brother of Geoffrey G. (1893) and Henry 

C. (1887). (G. G. Goodman.) 

GOODMAN, NEVILLE. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Peterhouse, 
Sept. 29, 1862. Of Brooklands Avenue, Cambridge. B. Dec. 

4, 1S31, at Wyton, Hunts. Matric. Michs. 1862; (Nat. Sci. 
Trip., 1st Class. 1865); B.A. 1866; M.A. 1869. As a Non- 
conformist, ineUgible for a fellowship. Devoted himself 
to natural history and made entomological collections in 

5. America. Contributed frequently to scientific journals. 
Died Apr. 25, 1890. Father of the next. {T. A. Walker, 521.) 

GOODMAN, ROGER NEVILLE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 9, 1880. S. of Neville (above) [and Maria]. B. Dec. 18, 

1862, in Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 1880; Scholar, 1882; 
(Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, 1st Class, 1882; Pt II, ist Class, 1883); 
B.A. 1884; M.B. and M.A. 1887; M.D. 1892. At the London 
Hospital. D.P.H.; M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1887. House Phy- 
sician at Brompton Hospital. House Surgeon at the London 
Hospital. Surgeon at Victoria Hospital, Kingston-on- 
Thames. A freeman of Kingston-on-Thames. Latterly of 
Gt Kimble, Bucks., and of Ewell, Surrey. Died July 9, 1941. 
(Scott, MSS.; Medical Directories; The Times, July 12, 1941.) 

GOODRICH, ALEXANDER THORPE. .A.dm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. I, 1892. Of Norfolk. [S. of Wilham Thorpe, 
clerk, of St Peter's [Clergy House], Gt Yarmouth. B. May 26, 

1863, at Northwold. School, Gt Yarmouth Grammar.] 
Matric. Michs. 1S92; B.A. 1S95; M.A. 1909. Ord. deacon 
(Worcester) 1896; priest, 1897; C. of Aston, Birmingham, 
1896-1908. V. of St Barnabas, Birmingham, 1908-14. 
Organizing Secretary for C.M.S. in dios. Liverpool, Sodor and 
Man, and part of Chester, 1914-20. Assistant Home Sec- 
retary, C.M.S., 1920-7. V. of St Stephen's, BowUng, Yorks., 
1927-34. V. of Langford, Beds., 1934-45-. V. of Easton- 
Maudit, Northants., 1945-47-. (Crockford.) 

GOODRICH, CHARLES. .\dm. pens, at Christ's, Mar. 6, 1815. 
Matric. Michs. 1815; B..\. 1819; M.A. 1822. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Nov. 29, 1818; priest, Dec. 12, 1819. R. of Little 
Bittering, Norfolk, 1834-58, and C. of Hoo. Married and 
had issue. Disappears from Clergy List, 1859, and probably 
died in 1858. (Peile, 11. 379; Foster, Index Eccles.) 

GOODRICH, JEREMIAH. Adm. pens, at Christ'.s, Mar. 4, 
1831. Migrated to Emmanuel, June 22, 1831. Matric. Michs. 
1831. 

GOODRICH, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Nov. 27, 
1802. S. of John, of Hopton, Suffolk. School, Bury (Mr 
Beecher). Matric. Michs. 1S03; Scholar, 1804; B.A. {4th 
Wrangler) 1807; 2nd Chancellor's Medal, 1807; M.A. 1810. 
Fellow, i8o8. Died Sept. 1871. Buried at Hopton. (Bury 
Gr. Sch. List.) 

GOODRICH, WILLIAM BAIDGER. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Trinity 
Hall, Feb. 20, 1808. B. in Bermuda. 

GOODRICK, ALFRED THOMAS SCRAPE. Adm. sizar at 
St John's, June 9, 1874. [2nd] s. of George Thomas, 
auctioneer, of Gt Yarmouth [and Maria]. B. there. Bapt. 
Feb. 8, 1857. Matric. Michs. 1874. .•\dm. at Magdalen College, 
Oxford, and matric. thence (age 18) Oct. 16, 1875; demv, 
1875-9; ist Class Mod. 1876; B..\. (Oxford) 1879; EUerto'n 
prize, 1880; M.A. (Oxford) 1882; Fellow of St John's College, 
Oxford, 1S79; Dean of Arts, 1882; tutor and librarian, 



Goodwin, Charles Wycliffe 

1883-90. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 1881; priest, 1882. R. of 
Bardwell, Suffolk, 1890. R. of Winterboume, Gloucs., 1890- 
1914. Editor, Memorials of Edward Randolph. Died in 
June, 1914. Buried at Winterboume. (Al.Oxon.; Matricula- 
tions and Degrees, 1851-1900, calls him Goodrich.) 

GOODRICK, JOHN. .■\dm. pens, at St John's, June 16, 1848. 
Only s. of John, farmer, of [Claxby], near Alford, Boston, 
Lines. B. June 21, 1830. School, Westminster. Matric. 
Michs. 1848; Scholar; B.A. 1852. Died Mar. 27, 1852. 
(Record of Old Westminsters; G. Mag., 1852, i. 533b.) 

GOODRICK, JOHN GRAY. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
June 25, 1841. S. of W., of Thorpe-le-Soken, near Colchester. 
Matric. Michs. 1841; B.A. 1846. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1845; 
priest, 1847; C. of Oldham, Lanes., 1845-51. C. of Meole- 
Brace, Salop, 1851-3. C. of Stonehouse (probably Gloucs.), 
1853-6. C. of Durston, Somerset, 1856-60. C. of EUastone, 
Staffs., 1860-5. C. of Bix, Oxon., 1865-73. Domestic Chap- 
lain to the Earl of Antrim, 1867-86. C. of Iron-.\cton, 
Gloucs., 1873-7. V. of Bulford, Wilts., 1880-6. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1887. 

GOODRICKE, FRAI>ICIS LYTTLETON (1815), see HOLYOAKE, 
F. L. 

GOODRIDGE, HENRY ALFRED HARDING. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, Oct. 21, 1873. S. and h. of Henry Frederick 
-Augustus, M.D., of Bath [and Anna Mary]. Bapt. Aug. 31, 
1855, at Bathwick. School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 
1873; B.A. 1877. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Feb. 8, 1876. 
Called to the Bar, Jan. 26, 1880. Equity Draftsman and 
Conveyancer. Of Whitson Chambers, Bristol. Died .\pr. 10, 
1892. Brother of the next. (Uppingham Sch. Roll; Foster, 
Men at the Bar (Hardinge); Eagle.) 

GOODRIDGE, WALTER LISLE TAYLOR. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, Oct. 21, 1873. S. of Henry Frederick Augustus, 
M.D., of Bath. B. Mar. 8, 1856, at Walcot. School, 
Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1873. At Universitv College, 
London. L.R.C.P.; M.R.C.S., 1896. M.D., Durham, 1913- 
Temporary School Medical Inspector and Medical Officer, 
Kent Education Committee. Lecturer and Examiner for 
L.C.C. Classes in Public Health. Of Les Chenolles, St John's, 
Jersey, Channel Islands, in 1942. Brother of the above. 
{Medical Directories; Uppingham Sch. Roll.) 

GOODWILLIE, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 1, 
1888. Of Edinburgh. B. there 1866. School, Edinburgh. 
Matric. Michs. 1888; Scholar, 1889; B.A. (Senior Wrangler) 
1891; (Math. Trip., Pt II, ist Class, 1892); M.A. 1896. 
Fellow, 1892. Senior Mathematical Lecturer at Aberdeen 
University for many years; retired. Of 239, Clifton Road, 
Aberdeen, in 1943. 

GOODWIN, CHARLES (1791), see BONES, CHARLES. 

GOODV/IN, CHARLES FREDERICK COOKE. Adm. pens, at 
Corpus Christi, Oct. i, 1881. Of Norfolk. S. of John, 
solicitor. B. at Thorpe Hamlet, Norfolk. Bapt. there May i, 
1862. School, Norwich Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1881; 
B.A. 1889; M.A. 1893. Ord. deacon (Wakefield) 1890; priest 
(St .■Ubans) 1899; C. of St Mark's, Huddersfield, 1890-4. 
C. of St James's, Colchester, 1898-1900. C. of St Peter and 
St Paul, Teddington, Middlesex, 1900-4. C. of Coltishall 
with G. Hautbois, Norfolk, 1905-7. Died May 7, 1907, aged 
45. (Crockford; Cambridge Chronicle, May 17, 1907.) 

GOODWIN, CHARLES WYCLIFFE. Adm. pens, at St Catha- 
rine's, .Apr. 19, 1834. S. [and h.] of Charles, solicitor, of 
King's Lj-nn, Norfolk. B. there [.Apr. 2, 1817. School, High 
Wycombe, Bucks.]. Matric. Michs. 1834; B.A. (6th Classic) 
1838; M.A. 1842. Fellow, 1840-7. Junior Proctor, 1844. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 14, 1840. Called to the Bar. 
Nov. 14, 1848. Practised mainly in the Probate Courts. 
PubUshed three legal works, but found the study of law 
uncongenial and turned to Hebrew, .Anglo-Saxon and Greek 
MSS., and later to Coptic, hierogh'phic and hieratic texts. 
An enthusiastic Egyptologist from the age of nine. Con- 
tributed an epoch-making article on Hieratic Papyri to 
Cambridge Essays, 1858. Carried on a voluminous corre- 
spondence with Renouf, Chabas, and other fellow-workers. 
Made numerous contributions to Zeitschrift fiir dgyptische 
Sprache. Included in the collection of busts of celebrated 
Egyptologists at the Cairo Museum. Edited the Literary 
Gazette, 1860-3. The only lay contributor to the controversial 
Essays and Reviews, i860. Supposed to be the musical critic 
for many years of The Guardian and to have contributed to 
The Saturday Review^ His friends included Bulwer Lytton, 
Wilham Morris, Frederick Harrison and Benjamin Jowett. 
Appointed assistant Judge of supreme court for China and 
Japan, 1865; acting Judge, 1869 and 1876-8. Married, 
.Apr. I, 1865, .Augustine .Anne, 2nd dau. of E. H. Rudder- 
forth, physician, of London. Died Jan. 17, 187S, at Shanghai. 
Brother of Harvey (1835), Henry W. (1841) and John W. 
(1843). (Hist. Reg., 45; D.N.B.; Law Lists; Boose, 1. 1175; 
W. R. Dawson, C. W. Goodwin, with a portrait and 
bibliography.) 



Goodwin, Edward 

GOODWIN, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, July 7, 
1790. S. of Edward, of Sheffield [perhaps the assistant 
minister of Sheffield and C. of Attercliffe, who died 1817]. 
School, Sheffield (Mr Goodwin). Matric. Michs. 1791; 
Scholar, 1793; B..\. 1795; U.A. 1798. Probably the assistant 
minister of Sheffield, who died unmarried June 20, 1848. 
(F.M.G., n. 748.) 

GOODWIN, EDWARD BINNS. Adm. pens, at Caius, Dec. 30, 
1864. S. of GeorRe Thomas, publisher. B. at Bath, Mar. 18, 
1845. Rapt, there by the Moravian minister. School, King 
Edward's, Bath. Matric. Lent, 1865. Resided two terms; 
readmitted and resided one term in 1878. Engaged in 
tuition at Eastbourne and elsewhere. {Venn, 11. 369.) 

GOODWIN, ERNEST. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 22, 
1896. S. of Felix, Esq., of 339, Gillott Road, Edgbaston, 
Birmingham. [B. July 17, i877- School, King Edward's, 
Birmingham.] Matric. Michs. 1896; Scholar; B.A. (27(/i 
Wrangler) 1899; (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1900); 
M.A. 1903. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Staff Lieut.; 
Ministry of Munitions; Capt., Special List; adviser on 
explosives, advisory member of Trench Warfare supply and 
research Depts.; O.B.E.; mentioned twice for 'valuable 
services'). Of the Royal .Arsenal, Woolwich, in 1942. (Univ. 
War List; Univ. Pari. Reg., 1942.) 

GOODWIN, FRANCIS. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, Apr. 21, 
1782. 15. at Spilsby, Lines. Matric. Michs. 1782; B.A. 
(12//! Wrangler) 1786; M..^. 1789. Fellow, 1787. Ord. priest 
(Ely) May i, 1788. V. of Foxton, Cambs., 1792-7- 

GOODWIN, FRANCIS CORNELIUS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Caius, June 18, 1831. S. of Francis [Green] (next), of 
Matlock. B. there [1813]. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 
Michs. 1831. M.D. (Edinburgh) 1838. Practised in Man- 
chester, and afterwards in Southport. Of Harpurhey, near 
Ancoats, Manchester, in 1850. A Dr F. C. Goodwin emigrated 
to Brisbane in 1861, and died there Mar. 20, 1867. (See 
The Times, Sept. 8, 1903, for an account of a hoax advertise- 
ment for his two sons; it was stated that the Dr had left 
£90,000, but the firm referred to was a bogus one.) Described 
as 'aged 72' in Medical Directory. (List of Carthusians; 
Medical Directories; Venn, 11. 216.) 

GOODWIN, FRANCIS GREEN. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Mar. 17, 1798. Of Derbyshire. [Only s. of Anthony, M.D., 
of Wirksworth, and Elizabeth, only child of Francis Green, 
of Wigwell Grange, Derbyshire.] B. Sept. 1779. Schools, 
Wirksworth Grammar and Appleby Grammar, Leics. Matric. 
Michs. 1801; B..\. 1802; M.A. 1805. Cornet in the 7th Light 
Dragoons, 1808; Lieut., 1809; Capt., 4th Regt. of Foot, 
1811. Served in the Peninsular War. J. P. and D.L. for 
Derbyshire. Capt. in Derbyshire Mihtia from 1803. Married 
Caroline, dan. of Cornelius Smelt, Lieut. -Governor of the 
Isle of Man. Father of the above. (St John's Coll. Adm., 
IV. 273-) 

GOODWIN, FREDERICK GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Mar. 17, 1834. Of Norwich. Matric. Michs. 1834; 
Scholar, 1835; B.A. 1838; M.A. 1841. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
Jan. 6, 1839; priest, Jan. 5, 1840. R. of Thurlton, Norfolk, 
1845-91, and P.C. of Raveningham, 1851-91. Surrogate. 
Married Mary Anne — . Died July 17, 1891, aged 75, at 
Thurlton rectory. (Cant. Act Bk.; The Guardian, July 22, 
1891.) 

GOODWIN, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Clare, May 12, 1832. 
S. of George, Esq. [and Mary Barker], of Buxton, Derbs. 
School, Grantham. Matric. Michs. 1832. Migrated (age 19) 
to Magdalene, May 31, 1833. 

GOODWIN, GEORGE GONVILLE. Adm. pens, at Caius, Oct. i, 
1870. [2nd] s. of Harvey (1S35), Bishop of Carlisle. B. 
[Sept. 18, 1851], at Cambridge. School, Rugby. Matric. 
Michs. 1870; B..A.. 1874; M.A. 1877. Ord. deacon (Carlisle) 
1874; priest, T875; C. of Leeds, 1874-6. V. of Crosthwaite, 
Cumberland, 1876-8. Died Mar. 4, 1878, at The Cottage, 
Keswick. Brother of Leslie E. (1873). (Burke, L.G., which 
gives C. of Leeds, 1874-8; \'enn, 11. 392; Crockford; Rugby 
Sck. Reg., which gives 'C. and V. (Jan. 1879) of Crosthwaite' 
and 'died of fever at Keswick, Mar. 1879.') 

GOODWIN, GEORGE HERBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 12, 1877. S. of Thomas Bagnall [and Eliza]. B. July 22, 
1855, at Mirfield, Yorks. Bapt. Sept. 25, 1855. Matric. 
Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881; M.A. 1884. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 
1880; priest, 1881; C. of St Silas, Hunslet, Yorks., 1880-2. 
C. of Gt Horton, Bradford, 1882-3. C. of Darlington, 1883-4. 
C. of Cockfield, Durham, 1884-1902. V. of Uppington, 
Salop, 1902-34. Lived latterly at 108, Sussex Road, South- 
port, where he died Dec. 28, 1938. {Crockford; The Times, 
Jan. 3, 1939.) 

GOODWIN, GEORGE SEPTIMUS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
June 30, 1842. S. of James, of St Giles's, Norwich. B. there 
[Jan. 21, 1824]. School, Norwich. Matric. Michs. 1842; 



Goodwin, James 

Scholar, 1843; B.A. 1846; M.A. 1849. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
1848; priest, 1849; C. of Itteringham, Norfolk, 1848-9. C. of 
Aylsham, 1850. C. of Weston, Suffolk, i860. V. of Hardley, 
Norfolk, 1862-75. V. of Westhall, Suffolk, 1875-86. Died 
there Sept. 28, 1886. {Peile, u. 479; Crockford; The Guardian, 
Oct. 6, 1886.) 

GOODWIN, HARRY ARTHUR. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, 
Oct. 23, 1871. S. of John. B. at Brewood, Staffs. Matric. 
Michs. 1871; B.A. 1875; M.A. 1879. Ord. deacon (York) 
1874; priest, 1875; C. of St George's, Sheffield, 1874-5. 
P.C. of Owlerton, 1875-1912. R. of March Baldon and V. of 
Toot-Baldon, Oxon., 1912-24. Lived latterly at 87, West 
Hill, Putney, where he died Sept. 7, 1929, aged 82. Buried 
in the family grave at The Lickey. (Crockford; Scott, MSS.; 
The Times, Sept. 10, 1929.) 

GOODWIN, HARVEY. Adm. pens, at Caius, Nov. 16, 1835. 
[2nd] s. of Charles, solicitor, of King's Lynn. B. there 
[Oot. 9, 1818]. School, High Wycombe, Bucks. Matric. 
Michs. 1836; Scholar, 1837-9; 2nd Smith's Prize, 1840; B.A. 
(2nd Wrangler) 1840; M.A. 1843; D.D. 1859. Fellow, 1841-5; 
Hon. Fellow, 1880. Adm. ad eundem at Oxford, 1859. 
D.C.L. (Oxford) 1885. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1842; priest, 1844. 
V. of St Edward's, Cambridge, 1848-58. Hulsean Lecturer, 
1855. Lady Margaret Preacher, 1858. Dean of Ely, 1858-69. 
Ramsden Preacher, 1861. Bishop of Carlisle, 1869-91. Well 
known for many years in Cambridge as a popular preacher 
and mathematical tutor. A joint founder of the Camden 
Society, 1839. Member of Royal Commission on ritualistic 
practices, 1867-70. Married, Aug. 13, 1845, Ellen, dau. of 
George King, of Bebington House, Cheshire. Author, Course 
of Elementary Mathematics; Hulsean Lectures; Lije of Bishop 
Mackenzie, etc. Died Nov. 25, 1891, when on a visit to the 
Archbishop of York. Buried at Crosthwaite, Keswick. 
Brother of Henry W. (1841), John W. (1843), etc.; father of 
George G. (1870) and Leslie E. (1873). (Venn, 11. 234; Burke, 
L.G., 1939; Boase, v. 441-2; Al. Oxon.; D.N.B.) 

GOODWIN, HENRY ALBERT. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
June 29, 1839. Of Norwich. Matric. Michs. 1839; Scholar; 
n.JK. (nth Wrangler) 1843; M.A. 1846. Fellow, 1844. 
Assistant Tutor. Ord. deacon, 1844; priest, 1844; C. of 
Saham-Toney, Norfolk, 1850-7. Diocesan Inspector of 
Schools. V. of Westhall, Suffolk, 1857-75. R. of Lambourne, 
Essex, 1875-87. F.R.A.S. Died Jan. 20, 1887, at Lambourne 
rectory. Father of John H. H. (1871). (Crockford; Scott, 
MSS.; The Guardian, Jan. 26, 1887.) 

GOODWIN, HENRY BEDINGFIELD. .-Vdm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. 14, 1865. Of Buckinghamshire. S. of Edmund, dancing 
master [and Laura]. B. at Upton [Bucks.]. Bapt. July 13, 
1847. Matric. Michs. 1865; B.A. 1869; M.A. 1875. Joined 
the R.N. College, Portsmouth, and became an instructor. 
Examiner in Nautical Astronomy, R.N. College, Greenwich, 
and to H.M. Board of Education. Author, Textbook on 
Trigonometry and of several works on nautical astronomy, 
in which he made an international reputation. Assistant 
editor of Brown's Nautical Almanac, and a frequent con- 
tributor to the Nautical Magazine. F.R.A.S., 1919. Died 
Feb. 24, 1927, aged 79, at Norbury. (Scott, MSS.; The 
Times, Feb. 28, 1927.) 

GOODWIN, HENRY [JOHN]. .A.dm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
May 16, 1823. Only s. of Francis. [B. Nov. 21, 1803.] 
Matric. Michs. 1823; B.A. 1827. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 
1829; priest, 1830; P.C. of Holy Cross, Morton, Derbs., 
1830-41. Lived, unbeneficed, at Ashbourne, 1842-55. I. of 
Okeover, 1856-64. Married Frances Eleonora Turbutt. 
Disappears from Clergy List, 1864, and from Crockford, 1865. 
(Foster, Index Eccles.) 

GOODWIN, HENRY WYCLIFFE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, 
Apr. 24, 1841. S. of Charles, solicitor, of Lynn, Norfolk. 
B. there July i, 1823. Schools, High Wycombe, Bucks. 
(Rev. Mr WiUiams) and Colney, Norfolk (Rev. Mr Cotterill). 
Matric. Michs. 1841; Scholar, 1842-4; B.A. 1845. A stock- 
broker in London. Adm. Solicitor in 1850 (date not recorded) ; 
in firm of Goodwin, Partridge, Wilhams and Edwards, of 
37, Walbrook, London, and at King's Lynn in his father's 
firm. Died Oct. 31, 1864, in London. Brother of Harvey 
(1835) and John W. {1843). (Venn, 11. 254; Law List, 1850.) 

GOODWIN, JAMES (1788), see BONES. 

GOODWIN, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 30, 
1823. School, Norwich. Matric. Michs. 1824; Scholar, 1824; 
B.A. (i2th Wrangler) 1828; M.A. 1831; B.D. 1838. Fellow, 
1829-47. Bursar and Tutor, 1842-7. Select Preacher, 185 1. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 27, 1829; priest, Oct. 9, 1831. 
R. of Lambourne, Essex, 1846-74. Rural Dean, 1854-74- 
Author, religious; contributed to J. J. Smith's College Plate. 
Died Oct. 11, 1874. Father of the next; probably brother of 
PhUip (1823). (Boase, v. 442; Clergy List; Crockford; The 
Guardian, Oct. 28, 1874.) 



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GOODWIN, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. i, 
1874. Of Essex. S. of James (1823). B. Feb. 27, 1855, at 
Lambounie rectorv. School, Chig^vell. Matric. Micbs. 1874; 
Scholar, 1876; B..^. 1878; U.A. 1881. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 
1S78; priest, 1879; C. of Banbury, O.xon., 1878-82. C. of 
Adderbury, 1882-8. V. of Milcombe, 1888-98. C. of Shering- 
ham, Norfolk, 1900-8. R. of Gt and Little Wacton, 1908-16. 
Died there Jan. 5,1916. {Crockford; Scott, MSS.; The Times, 
Jan. 8, 1916.) 

GOODWIN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Oct. 25, 
1847. S. of John. B. at Walsall, Staffs. Matric. Lent, 1848; 
Scholar; B.A. 1852; M.A. 1856. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 
1851; priest, 1852; C. of Burslem, Staffs., i85i-3- V. of 
The Liokey, 1853-92-. Chaplain of IJromsgTOve Sanatorium, 
1877-92-. Disappears from Crockford, 1893. Distinguish 
from a St Bees contemporary, C. of Madeley, Salop, 1855-7. 

GOODWIN, JOHN BENNETT. Adm. pens, at Sidney, June 7, 
1824. S. and h. of Joseph, farmer, of Sturton, Lines. B. 
May 3, 1S05, at Brigg, Lines. Schools, Kingerby (Mr Stock- 
dale), Brigg (Mr Walter), and Oakham (Dr Doncaster). 
Matric. Lent, 1825; B..-\. 1829. C. of Lower Brixham, Devon, 
1831. (G. Mag., 1832, 11. 2S1; P. B. G. BinnaU.) 

GOODWIN, JOHN HENRY HERBERT. Adm. at Trinity, 
1871. [S. of Henry Albert (1839), clerk. B. Jan. 2, 185 1.] 
Migrated to Jesus, Oct. i, 1871. Matric. Michs. 1871; Bell 
Scholar, 1872; B.A. {loth Wrangler) 1876; M.A. 1879. 
Fellow, 187S-1920 and Bursar of Jesus for 20 years. Married 
and had issue. Died June 10, 1920, at his residence, 2, Drosier 
Road, Cambridge. Buried at Gt Shelford. (Scott, MSS.; 
The Times, June 12, 1920; F. Brittain.) 

GOODWIN, JOHN WYCLIFFE. Adm. pens, at Caius, Apr. 15, 
1843. S. of Charles, solicitor, of Lynn. B. at N. Runcton, 
Norfolk. Schools, High Wycombe (Mr Williams) and HeUons 
Bumpstead (Rev. J. Hodgson). Matric. Michs. 1843; Scholar, 
1844-50; B.A. (36//! Wrangler) 1847; M.B. 1849; Med. Lie. 
1851; M.D. 1854. Practised as a physician at Norwich and 
afterwards at Bury St Edmunds. Physician to the Suffolk 
General Hospital. Died Feb. 26, 1874, at Bournemouth. 
Buried there. Brother of Harvey (1835) and Henry W. 
(1841). (Venn, 11. 261.) 

GOODWIN, LESLIE ELLIS. Adm. (age 19) at Caius, Oct. i, 
1873. [3rd] s. of Harvey (1835), Bishop of Carhsle. [B. in 
Cambridge. School, Uppingham.] Matric. Michs. 1873; B..\. 
1877; M.A. 1881. Ord. deacon (Cariisle) 1877; priest, 1879; 
C. of Christ Church, Albany Street, London, 1877. C. of 
Boughton-under-Blean, Kent, 1878-S1. C. of Faversham, 
18S1-2. Chaplain to his father, 1882-91. R. of St Martin 
and St Paul, Canterbury, 1882-94. Rural Dean of Canter- 
bury, 1891-4. R. of Aldington, 1894-8. R. and V. of 
Wrotham, 1898-1902. Fell into disgrace and his living was 
sequestered. R. of Oakland, Maryland, U.S.A., 1904-5. 
Archdeacon of E. Florida and R. of Green Cool Springs, 
Florida, 1905-8. R. of St Thomas's, Hancock, Maryland, 
1908-9. R. of St James's, Baltimore, 1909-12. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1913. Died r93i. Brother of George G. 
(1870). {Uppingham Sch. Roll; Venn, 11. 408; Crockford; 
Burke, L.G., 1939.) 

GOODWIN, PHILIP. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1823. Of 
Suffolk. Probably brother of James (1823). 

GOODWIN, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Clare, June 19, 1835. 
[4th s. of Charles Bones (1791), R. of Hildersham, Cambs.] 

B. there. Matric. Michs. 1835; B..^. 1839; M.A. 1842. .\dm. 
ad eundem at Oxford, June 14, i860. Ord. deacon (Ely) 
Dec. I, 1839; priest, 1840. V. of Gt Abington, Cambs., 
1S45-88. R. of Hildersham, 1847-99. Died Dec. 30, 1899, 
aged 83, at Hildersham rectory. (A. G. Hill; Al. O.xon.; 
Crockford; Scott, MSS.; Cant. Act Bk.; Cambridge Inde- 
pendent Press, Jan. 12, 1900.) 

GOODWIN, SAMUEL. .A.dm. pens, at Queens', Sept. 29, 1865. 
Matric. Michs. 1865. 

GOODWIN, WILLIAM. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 25) at Jesus, 
July 2,1821. Of Norfolk. S. of Harvey. B. at Lynn. School, 
Edmonton. Matric. Michs. 1821; B..^. 1825; M..\. 1829. 
Ord. deacon (Nor^\ich) Oct. 7, 1827; priest, June 8, 1828; 

C. of St Edmund's, Norwich, -1843-6. P.C. of St Benedict's, 
Norwich, 1844-63. Died Dec. 17, 1863, aged 68, at Norwich. 
[Clergy List; Crockford, i860; G. Mag., 1864, i. 128.) 

GOODWIN, WILLIAM ALLERTON. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 
1882. B. Nov. 29, 1863. .\dm. pens, at Selwyn H., Oct. 10, 
1882; B..\. 1885; M..A.. 1889. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1886; 
priest, 1887; C. of Croft, Lines., and Vice-Principal of 
St Paul's Mission House, Burgh, 1886-9. Sub-Warden of 
St John's College, Umtata, S. Africa, 1889-90; Warden, 



GooLDEN, Charles 

1890-8. Principal of St Alban's College, Natal, until 1904. 
Canon of Kaffraria, 1894-8. P.-in-charge of St Cuthbert's, 
Pretoria, 1904-8. V. of .\\\ Saints', Clifton, Johannesburg, 
1908-10. V. of Krugersdorp, 1910-16. R. of Queenstown, 
1916-28. R. of Holy Trinity and Priest-Associate of St M. 
Collegiate Church, Port EUzabeth, 1928-32. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1933. 

GOODWIN, WILLIAM WATSON. Hon. LL.D. 1883. S. of 
Hersev Bradford, Unitarian minister of Concord, Massa- 
chusetts, U.S.A. B. there May 9, 1831. B.A., Harvard, 
1851; LL.D. 1891; Ph.D., Gottingen, 1855; Hon. LL.D., 
Amherst, 1881; Columbia, 1887; Edinburgh, 1890; Chicago, 
1901; Yale, 1901; Hon. D.C.L., Oxford, 1901; Hon. Ph.D., 
Gottingen, 1905. Studied at Harvard, Bonn, Berlin and 
Gottingen. Eliot Professor of Greek Literature, Harvard, 
1860-1901. First Director of American School of Classical 
Studies at Athens, 1882-3. Pubhshed Syntax of the Moods 
and Tenses of the Greek Verb, 1S60, 'recognized by two 
generations of scholars as the one systematic, complete, and 
indispensable handbook of its subject ' ; Aristophanes's Birds 
and Clouds, 1863; Plutarch's Morals, 1870; Herodotus, 1877, 
etc. Married twice and had issue. Died June 15, 1912. at 
Cambridge, Mass. (Dictionary of American Biography; 
Harvard Univ. Catalogue; Chicago Univ. Reg.; Encyclopaedia 
Britannica, which gives 'died June 16'; Jayne, Letters of 
H. H. Furness.) 

GOODWYN, ARTHUR JOHN BOWDLER. Adm. pens, at 
Clare, May 13, 1841. [S. of Thomas W., brewer, of Bernard 
Street, London.] B. [1822], at Eltham, Kent. Matric. Michs. 
1841. Principal clerk, Exchequer and Audit Office, Somerset 
House, London, in 1884. (St Paul's Sch. Reg.) 

GOODWYN, CHARLES FLOWER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 9, 1830. S. of T. W., Esq., of Goodman's Yard, Minories, 
London. Matric. Lent, 1831; B.A. 1834. Ord. deacon 
(Rochester, litt. dim. for Norwich) Oct. 26, 1834. C. of 
Winfarthing, Norfolk, -1841-50-. In Clergy List from 1851, 
without address. Died Feb. 13, 1888, aged 77- (F.P.White.) 

GOODY, CHARLES JAMES. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 26, 
1854. S. of Charles [tailor and robe maker], of Cambridge. 
B. there [Feb.] 1835. School, Perse. Matric. Michs. 1854; 
Exhibitioner; B.A. 1858; M..A. 1861. Ord. deacon (Win- 
chester) 1858; priest, 1859; C. of Holy Trinity, Southampton, 
1858-61. C. of St Marvlebone, London, 1861-80; I. of parish 
chapel there, 1866-80'. V. of Whetstone, Middlesex, iSSo-^ 
1912. Died there Dec. 7, 1912. (Venn, 11. 320; Crockford; 
The Times, Dec. 9, 1912.) 

GOODYER or GOODYAR, GEORGE ARCHIBALD DINELY. 

.■\dm. pens, at Emmanuel, Dec. 14, 1830. [? S. of the next.) 
Matric. Lent, 1831. 

GOODYER or GOODYAR, GEORGE DINELY. Adm. FeU.- 
Com. at St John's, Nov. 25, 1807. Matric. Easter, 1808. 
V. of Tibshelf, Derbs., 1819-49. R- of Otterden, Kent, 
1825-49. Disappears from Clergy List, 1850. Perhaps father 
of the above. (Foster, Index Eccles.) 

GOOLD, FRANCIS. M.A. 1844, incorp. from Dublin. S. of 
Thomas, Master in Chancerv (for whom see D.N.B.). B. in 
DubUn. Matric. (age 17) at Trinity College, Dublin, Nov. 5, 
1821; B..\. (Dubl.) 1827; M.A. (Dubl.) 1832. Called to the 
Irish Bar, 1830. High Sheriff of Limerick. Accidentally 
drowned in Shgo Bay, Aug. 31, 1848. (Al. Dubl.; C. R. 
Hudleston.) 

GOOLD, THOMAS FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 24, 
1859. S. of Frederic Falkiner, .Archdeacon of Dublin. B. 
May 2, 1837, in Co. Limerick. School, Highstead, Torquay, 
Devon. Matric. Michs. 1859. Died unmarried 1861. (Burke, 
L.G., 1864.) 

GOOLD-ADAMS, EDWARD EYRE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Jesus, Oct. i, 1881. S. of Richard WalUs. B. at Jamesbrook, 
Co. Cork. Matric. Michs. 1881; Exhibitioner; B.A. 1884; 
M.A. 1889. Ord. deacon (Newcastle-on-Tyne) 1887; priest, 
1888; C. of Ellingham, Northumberiand, 1887-9. C. of 
Preston, Lanes., 1889-97. R- of Beelsby, Lines., 1897- 
1900. Appears in Crockford under .■^dams, 1888-90, then as 
Goold-.Adams. Died .-Vpr. 25, 1900. (F. Brittain.) 

GOOLDEN, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
May 29, 1843. [S. of Richard, M.R.C.S., of Maidenhead, 
Berks. B. May 14, 1824.] School, Westminster. Matric. 
Michs. 1843; Scholar, 1844; B.A. 1848; M.A. 1853. .Assistant 
Master at the City of London School, 1847-8. Chief clerk and 
engineer-in-charge, at the Sm>Tna Chil Hospital, 1853-5; 
on the engineering stafi of the Scinde RaUway, 1858. 
M I.C.E., 1866. Married Mariana Hermine Theresa von 
Renan, June 21, 1871. Died Mar. 14, 1904. (Records of Old 
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GOOLDEN, EDWIN RICHARDSON. Adm. sub-sizar at Trinity, 
Jan. 31, 1870. [5th] s. of Richard [Henry, M.D., of Queen's 
College, Oxford], of i, Sussex Gardens, London [and The 
Lowe, Shropshire]. B. [July 19], 1850, in London. School, 
Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1870; B.A. 1874; M-A. i877- 
Adm. Solicitor, .^ug. 2, 1877; in firm of Hemsley and Co., 
Old Burlington Street, London, W. Of Cookham Grange, 
and other properties in Cookham, Berks.; riparian owner of 
considerable stretches of the Thames. Died Jan. 4, 1924, at 
Cookham. {Winchester Coll. Reg.; Late Lists; Scott, MSS.; 
The Times, Jan. 8, 1924.) 

GOOLDEN, PERCY PUGH GOOLDEN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 22, 1879. [2nd] s. of Joseph, of [Madras and] 18, Lan- 
caster Gate, London. B. [Julv 17], 1861, in London. School, 
London (private). Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883; M..\. 
1908. \Am. at Lincoln's Inn, .\pr. 26, 188 1. Called to the 
Bar, May 19, 1886. Of 26, Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, 
London, where he died Mar. 17, 1915. (Law Lists; Scott, 
MSS.; The Times, Mar. 18, 1915.) 

GORDON, ADAM CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 20, 
i8'i2. S. of Robert Cumming Hamilton, Captain (unat- 
tached) [and Frances]. [B. 1S33.] Bapt. Mar. 3, 1833, at 
St Marv's, Tenby, Pembs. Matric. Michs. 1852; Scholar, 
1855; B.A. 1856; M..^. i860. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1857; 
priest, 1858; C. of Holy Trinity, Coventry, 1857-9. C. of 
Plemstall, Cheshire, 1859-60. C. of Dodleston, 1861-7; 
R. there, 1867-1904. Died Jan. 8, 1904, at Dodleston 
rectory. (Burke, L.G., 1939; J. M. Bulloch, House of Gordon, 
III. 291; Crockford; The limes, Jan. 12, 1904.) 

GORDON, ALEC KNYVETT. Adm. at King's, Apr. 23, 1889. 
S. of E. S., Col., R.A. [of Howlev Place, Paddington, London, 
W.]. (B. 1870.] School, Clifton College. Matric. Easter, 
1889; Exhibitioner; Prizeman; .B.A. 1892; M.B. and B.C. 
1895; M..\. 1938. At St Marv's Hospital, London. Assistant 
Demonstrator in Anatomv, at Cambridge. Senior Assistant 
Officer, M.A.B. Demonstrator in Pathology, and House 
Physician at St Marv's Hospital. Assistant Medical Officer, 
S. Eastern Fever Hospital, New Cross, 1895-1902. Medical 
Superintendent of Manchester Fever Hospital, 1902. Con- 
sulting Pathologist, Victoria Hospital, Swindon, Medical 
Superintendent, Virol Pathological Research Laboratories. 
Author, medical. Of 10, Bedford Square, London, W.C, in 
1943. {Clifton Coll. Reg.; King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Medical 
Directories; Who's Wlio.) 

GORDON, ALEXANDER. Adm. Fell.-Com. at St John's, 
July 8, 1801. [2nd] s. of Charles, Esq., of Braid, near 
Edinburgh. Schools, Norwich [and Harrow]. Matric. Michs. 
1801; B..^. 1S06. Resided for a time at Terregles House, 
Kirkcudbright. Of Gt Myless, Essex, Esq. Married and had 
issue. Died Sept. 13, 1839, at Nunton, in the Hebrides 
(Oct. 12, 1839, is the date given on the Gordon mausoleum 
at Edinburgh). Brother of John (i797). {St John's Coll. 
Adm., IV. 273; J. M. Bulloch, Gordons of Cluny; G. .Mag., 
N.S., .XII. 550.) 

GORDON, ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 

May 18, 1868. [2nd] s. of W[illiam], Esq., of .Argrennan 
House, Castle Douglas, Kirkcudbright. [B. Apr. 29, 1850.] 
Matric. Michs. 1868; B.A. 1872. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
Nov. 2, 1872. Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 1S76. Equity 
Draftsman and Conveyancer. Stipendiary Magistrate in 
British Guiana. Died Jan. 9, i888, at Georgetown, British 
Guiana. Brother of Charles J. (1871). (Law Lists; Foster, 
Men at the Bar; Burke, L.G., 1939.) 

GORDON, ALEXANDER DOUGLAS. Adm. pens, (age 21) at 
Caius, June 29, 1843. S. of the late Charles Philip, solicitor, 
of Madras. B. there. School, Church Missionary College, 
Islington. Matric. Michs. 1S43. Resided two years. Ord. 
deacon (Colombo) 1846; priest, 1850; C. of Tichmarsh, 
Northants, 1856. C. of Bromley, Kent, 1S58-61. Died there 
Nov. 22, 1865. (Venn, 11. 264; Crockford.) 

GORDON, ANTHONY. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, Feb. 22, 
1812. S. of Anthonv [gent., of Pimlico]. B. in Chelsea, 
London. School, St Paul's (Dr Roberts). Matric. Michs. 
1812; Exhibitioner; B..^. 1816; U..\. 1833. Usher at Oakham 
School, 1815-19. Ord. priest (London) Sept. 8, 1822. Chap- 
lain of Trinity College, 1838-58. Disappears from Clergy List, 
1859. (St Paul's Sch. Reg.) 

GORDON, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 9, 1879. 
[3rd] s. of Alexander, of 'Athludie,' [.^shludie], Forfar. 
B. Dec. 30, 1858, at .A^rbroath, Forfar. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1879; Exhibitioner; B..\. 1883; M..^. 1886. 
Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1883; priest, 1884; C. of St 
Matthew's, Denmark Hill, London, 1883-5. C. of Putney, 
1885-9. V. of Holy Trinity, Hammersmith, and Head of 
Harrow School Mission, 1890-2. C. of Hartfield, Sussex, 
1893-7. R. of Middle with E. Claydon, Bucks., 1897-1923. 



Gordon, Charles 

Rural Dean of Claydon, 1920-2. In charge of St Botolph's", 
Cambridge, 1923-4. Died suddenly Mar. 30, 1924, in St 
Botolph's. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Scott, MSS.; 
Cambridge Chronicle, Apr. 2, 1924.) 

GORDON, ARTHUR BYROM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 28, 
1874. S. of James Alexander, of Dorking, Surrey. B. there 
[Aug. i], 1856. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 
1879. Sometime in the Fiji Islands. Living at Lyme Regis, 
Dorset, in 1899. Not in C.U. Pari. Reg., 1939. (Eton Sch. 
Lists.) 

GORDON, The Hon. ARTHUR CHARLES HAMILTON. Adm. 
pens, at Trinity, Nov. 25, 1846. [4th] s. of George Hamilton 
(1800) [4th] Earl of Aberdeen [by his second wife, Harriet]. 
B. Nov. 26, 1829 [at Argyll House, London]. Matric. Michs. 
1847; M.A. 1851. President of the Union, 1849. .'Vdm. 
ad eundem at Oxford, Feb. 19, 1852; Hon. D.C.L. (Oxford) 
1879. Private Secretarv to his father, as Prime Minister, 
1852-5. M.P. for Beverley, 1854-7. Went to the Ionian 
Islands as Private Secretary to Gladstone, 1858. Governor 
of New Brunswick, 1861-6; of Trinidad, 1866-70; of 
Mauritius, 1871-4; of the Fiji Islands, 1875-80. High 
Commissioner and Consul-General for W. Pacific, 1877-82. 
Governor of New Zealand, 1880-2; of Ceylon, 1883-90. 
Chainnan of Bank of Mauritius. Created Baron Stanmore 
of Middlesex, Aug. 21, 1893. C.M.G., 1859- K.C.M.G., 1871. 
G.C.M.G., 1878. Married, Sept. 20, 1865, Rachel Emily, 
dau. of Sir John George Shaw Lefevre. Author of a Life of 
his father and a Memoir of Sydney Herbert ; also published 
records of public and private life at Fiji, where he had 
inaugurated the government. 'In his dealings with native 
races, especiallv in Fiji, he laid down principles which have 
had a lasting' influence.' A friend of Charles Kingsley, 
Samuel Wilberforce and Roundell Palmer, first Earl of 
Selborne. Died Jan. 30, 1912, at 47, Cadogan Place, London. 
Brother of George J. J. (1834) and Douglas H. (1842). 
(Scots Peerage, i. 97; Al. Oxon.; D.N.B.; Diet, of N.Z., 109; 
The Times, Jan. 31, 1912; G. W. Prothero, Henry Brad- 
shaw; Scott, MSS.; Burke, P. and B. (Stanmore).) 

GORDON, ARTHUR JERVIS. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. 1887. 
[Perhaps s. of Robert (1850), R. of Hammerwick, Staffs. 
B. .\pv. 1S68.] Schools, Bradfield and Charterhouse. Matric. 
Michs. 1887; B..\. 1891; M.A. 1896. .Assistant Master at 
S. Kensington School, London, 1894-5; at ' Kivernells," 
Milford-on-Sea, 1896-7; at Amesbury, Bickley, Kent, 1897- 
1908; at Hazelhurst, Frant, Sussex, 1909-21. Of Beckenham, 
Kent, in 1935. Not in C.U. Pari. Reg., 1939. Perhaps 
brother of Francis J. (1899). (Bradfield Coll. Reg., 1935; 
Sclwolmasters' Directories.) 

GORDON, ARTHUR WIENER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 
1897. S. of Frederic, of The Briery, Sunderland, Durham. 
B. [July 2, 1877], at Sunderland. School, Charterhouse. 
Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1901. Director of the firm of 
Messrs Johnasson and Gordon (colUery owners) and of other 
companies. Of 24, Sussex Square, Hyde Park, London, in 
1911. Not in C.U. Pari. Reg., 1939. (Ouirterhouse Sch. Reg.) 

GORDON, BRUCE EDMONDSTOUNE. Adm. at Selwyn H., 
Oct. I, 1898. B. Sept. 15, 1S77. Matric. Michs. 1898. Ord. 
deacon (Grahamstown) 1933; C. of King .William's Town, 
South .\frica, 1933-42-. (Crockford.) 

GORDON, CECIL CROSBIE. Adm. pens, at Downing, Nov. 11, 
1872. [Doubtless s. and h. of Lord Cecil James, afterwards 
Gordon-Moore, and grandson of George, Earl of Aboyne and 
Marquess of Huntly. B. Jan. 24, 1850.] Previously in the 
Navy; afterwards at the Admiralty, .\ctive in the City of 
London; connected with the Fire Brick Company. Started 
three clubs— the Home and Colonial, the Junior Turf (which 
lasted only fifteen months) and the Gordon House Club. 
Died Feb. 3, 1935. (Burke, P. and B., 1940; J. M. Bulloch, 
The Earls of Aboyne, 39.) 

GORDON, CHARLES. Adm. sizar (age 15) at Pembroke, 
June 20, 1778. TEldest] s. of John (i744-5), D-D., Precentor 
of Lincoln. B. in London. [School, Rugby.] Scholar, 1778; 
matric. Michs. 1779. Migrated to Trinity Hall, Feb. 21, 1784; 
Scholar, 1786; LL.B. 1788. V. of Wellingore, Lines., 1787- 
1802. V. of Edwinstowe, Notts., 17S8-1802. Died June 30, 
1802. Brother of George (1780). (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Cant. 
Act Bk.; G. Mag., 1802, 11. 691.) 

GORDON, CHARLES (Lord STRATHAVEN). .\dm. Fell.-Com. 
[as 'George'] at St John's, June 7, 1810. S. [and h.] of 
George, 5th Earl of Aboyne. [B. Jan. 4, 179^, at Orton 
Longueville, Northants.] Matric. Michs. 1810; M..-\. 1812. 
Styled Lord Strathaven, 1794-1836, and Earl of Aboyne, 
1836-53. Succeeded as loth Marquess of Huntly, June 17, 
1853. M.P. for East Grinstead, 1S18-30; for Hunts., 1830-1. 
Sometime a Lord-in- Waiting; resigned, 1841. Lord-Lieut, 
of .Aberdeenshire, 1861. Married (i) Mar. 20, 1826, Elizabeth 



Gordon, Charles 

Henrietta, dau. of Henry, ist Marquess Conyngham; (2) 
Apr. 10, 1844, Maria Antoinetta, dau. of the Rev. William 
Peter Pegus. Died Sept. 18, 1863. .Brother of George (1815), 
etc.; father of Charles (1865). (Burke, P. and B. (Huntly); 
G.E.C.; Scots Peerage, iv. 559; Fox-Davies, Armorial 
Families.) 

GORDON, CHARLES. .Adm. Fell. -Com. at Peterhouse, May 14, 
1842. S. of John (1797), Colonel, of Cluny Castle, Aberdeen- 
shire. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1842. Studied law. 
Died Dec. 12, 1857, at Kinsteary, Nairn, aged c. 36. The 
date of death is that given on the Gordon mausoleum at 
Edinburgh. Brother of John (1842). {Eton Sck. Lists; 
T. A. Walker, 477; J. M. BuUoch, Gordons of Cluny.) 

GORDON, CHARLES (MARQUESS OF HUNTLY). Adm. pens, 
at Trinity, May 30, 1865. S. [and h.] of Charles (1810), 
Marquess of Huntly, of Orton Longueville, Northants. 
B. there [Mar. 5], 1847. School, Eton. Matric. 1865. Styled 
Lord Strathaven until 1853, and Earl of .\boyne, 1853-63. 
Succeeded his father as nth Marquess of Huntly, Sept. 18, 
1863, thus becoming head of the House of Gordon and 
inheritor of the unofficial title of 'Cock o' the North.' Rector 
of Aberdeen University, 1890-9. Lord-in-Waiting, 1870-3. 
Privy Councillor and Captain of the Corps of Gentlemen-at- 
Arms, 1 88 1. In later years he became closely associated with 
the administrative work of the counties of Aberdeen and 
Huntingdon, particularly as an agriculturist. J. P. for the 
Liberty of Peterborough, and the county of .\berdeen. Hon. 
Col., 7th (Deeside) Batt., The Gordon Higiilanders. 'Father' 
of the House of Lords. Hon. LL.D., Aberdeen. Author, 
Travel, Sport and Politics in the East of Europe; Milestones, 
etc. Married (i) July 14, 1869, ."Vmy, dau. of Sir WilUam 
Cimliffe Brooks, Bart., of Barlow Hall, Lanes.; (2) 1922, 
Charlotte Isabelle, dau. of John Fallon and widow of James 
Macdonald, of Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S. .A.. Died s.p. Feb. 20, 
1937. aged 89, at Orton Hall. (Eton Sck. Lists (.\boyne) ; 
G.E.C.; Burke, P. and B. (Huntly); Scots Peerage, iv. 562; 
Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The Times, Feb. 22, 1937.) 

GORDON, CHARLES. Matric. Non-Coll. from Averst H., 

Michs. 1884. 

GORDON, CHARLES AUSTIN. Adm. at Cl.^^re, Apr. 25, 1885. 
Matric. Easter, 1885. [Perhaps s. of Charles, M.D. (.Aber- 
deen), of Pietermaritzburg, S. Africa; if so, joined the 
Imperial Light Horse, at the outbreak of the S. African War, 
1899; present at Elandslaagte, etc.; accompanied a regiment 
to Mafeking; received a commission for his distinguished 
conduct; accidentally injured at Johannesburg, and had his 
left leg amputated.] (J. M. Bulloch, House of Gordon, iii. 74.) 

GORDON, CHARLES JAMES. .\dm. pens (age 18) at Pembroke, 
July 31, 1871. [4th] s. of William, Esq., of Ringford, Kirk- 
cudbright. B. [Sept. 21, 1853], at Liverpool. Matric. Michs. 
1871; B.A. 1875; M.A. 1879. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1877; 
priest, 1878; C. of St John-the-Baptist, Peterborough, 
1877-9. C. of Langport, Somerset, 1879-82. V. of St M., 
Northampton, 1882-8. V. of Nassington with Yarwell, 
1888-91. R. of Rushden, 1891-5. V. of .Abthorpe, 1895-9. 
V. bf Crosby Ravensworth, Westmorland, 1901-4. R. of 
Gt Salkeld, Cumberland, 1904-25. V. of Blawith, Lanes., 
1925-31. Lie. pr., dio. Carlisle, 1931-43-. .-Author, Parish 
and Manor of Xassington-cum-Yarwell. Lived at Haver- 
thwaite House, near Ulverston, Lanes., in 1942. Died May 8, 
1944. Brother of Alexander (1868). (Burke, L.G., 1939; 
Northants. Clergy; Crockford; The Times, May 10, 1944.) 

GORDON, CHARLES THOMAS. .\dm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 12, 1877. S. of James Wilkinson [6th] Laird of Catmess, 
Lonmay, .Aberdeens. [and proprietor of the estate of Georgia, 
Jamaica]. B. [Oct. 22], 1859, at Edinburgh. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1877; h..\. 1883. 2nd Lieut., Gordon High- 
landers, 1880; Major, 1900; retired, 1908. Member of the 
Faculty of Advocates, Edinburgh, 1885. Succeeded as 
7th Laird of Cairness, Sept. 18, 1886. During the Great War, 
Hon. Lieut. -Col. Commanding 2/9th (Res.) Batt. (R. Scots), 
1915-16; retired, 1917. Sheriff Substitute of Forfar, 1917. 
D.L. for Aberdeens., 1893. Of Cairness, Lonmay, .\berdeens. 
Died Mar. 27, 1938, at Bath. Buried at Lonmay. (Eton Sch. 
Lists; Burke, L.G., 1939; The Times, Mar. 29, 1938.) 

GORDON, D'ARCY JOHNSTON. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1897. 
S. of Paul Joshua, soUcitor, of Lincoln's Inn Fields, deceased. 
B. [Apr. 8], 1872, in London. School, University College, 
London. Matric. Michs. 1897. For a short time Master at 
Parkgate School, Cheshire. (Venn, 11. 552.) 

GORDON, The Hon. DOUGLAS [HAMILTON]. Adm. pens, 
(age 18) at Trinity, Apr. 16,1842. [3rd] s. of George H. (1800) 
[4th] Earl of Aberdeen [by his second wife Harriet, dau. of 
the Hon. John Douglas]. B. [Mar. 13, 1824], at Haddo 



Gordon, George 

House, Aberdeen. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1842; 
M.A. 1846. Ord. deacon (London, Litt. dim. from Canter- 
bury) 1847; priest (Lincoln) 1848; C. of -Addington, Surrey, 
and Domestic Chaplain to .Archbishop Howley, 1847. R. of 
Gt Stanmore, Middlesex, 184S-60. V. of Northolt, 1860-80. 
Preb. of Calne; Canon of Sahsbury, and Treasurer of 
Salisbury Cathedral, 1860-98. Prior of St John's Hospital, 
Burcombe, Wilts., 1894-1901. Chaplain-in-Ordinary to 
Queen Victoria, 1857-igoi, and to King Edward VII, 1901. 
Married, July 15, 1851, Lady Ellen Douglas, dau. of George 
Sholto, Earl of Morton, and had issue. Died Dec. 6, 1901. 
Buried at Salisbury. Brother of George J. J. (1834), etc. 
{Harrow Sch. Reg.; Burke, P. and B. (.Aberdeen); Fox- 
Davies, .Armorial Families; Scots Peerage, i. 96; Crockford; 
Cant. Act Bk.; The Times, Dec. 18, 1901.) 

GORDON, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, July 4, 
1849. Of Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1849; Scholar; B..A. 1854. 
Ord. deacon (York) 1855; priest (Cariisle) 1856; C. of Kiln- 
wick and Aike, Yorks. C. of Fritwell, Oxon. R. of Kildale, 
Yorks., 1860-7. V. of .Atwick, 1867-96. Lived latterly at 
Mundesley, Norfolk. Died July 7, 1916, aged 88. Father of 
Francis (1888). (Crockford; The Times, July 11, 1916.) 

GORDON, FRANCIS. .Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity Hall, 
Oct. 28, 1845. [3rd] s. of George [of Brasenose College, Oxford]. 
R. of Muston, Leics. Matric. Michs. 1845. Brother of John 
(1843). 

GORDON, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 22, 1847. 
-Matric. .Michs. 1847; B.A. 1851; M..A. 1859. Ord. deacon 
(Winchester) 1851; priest, 1852; C. of Christ Church, Cam- 
berwell, Surrey, 1851-61. C. of St Paul's, Dalston, London, 
1862. R. of Biddulph Moor, Cheshire, 1863-84. Surrogate, 
1873. Disappears from Crockford, 1885. 

GORDON, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. i, 
18S8. Of Yorkshire. S. of E. [Edward, 1849], clerk, of .Atwick 
vicarage, near Hull. B. there Feb. 2, 1869. Schools, Leeds, 
Brighton [not Brighton College] and Monkton Combe 
(1883-8). Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891. Assistant Master 
at Monkton Combe School, 1892-3. Not in C.U. Pari. Reg., 
1939. {Old Monktonian Reg. ; Ridley Hall List.) 

GORDON, The Hon. FRANCIS ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 21) 
at Trinity, .Apr. 9, 1828. [6th] s. of George, Earl of Abovne. 
B. [Jan. 20, 1808], at Orton, Hunts. School, Thistle'ton, 
Rutland (Mr Child). Matric. Michs. 1828; M.A. 1831. Cricket 
'blue,' 1829. Lieut. -Col., ist Life Guards; resigned, 1855. 
Married, Apr. 17, 1835, Isabel, dau. of Lieut. -Gen. Sir 
WiUiam Kerr Grant, K.C.B., and had issue. Died June 26, 
1857, in Paris. M.I. at Windsor, in the Military Chapel. 
Brother of Charles (18 10). (Burke, P. and B.; Scots Peer- 
age, IV. 560; House of Gordon, in. 99; Book of Blues.) 

GORDON, FRANCIS HASTINGS. Adm. sizar (age 20) at Trinity, 
Oct. 2, 1826. S. of Anthony. B. in Westminster. School, 
Bristol (Dr Goodenough). Matric. Lent, 1827; B.A. 1831. 

GORDON, FRANCIS JERVIS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 10, 
1899. S. of Robert (1850), R. of Hammerwick, Staffs. 
B. there Nov. 2, 1880. Schools, Weymouth College and 
St John's College, Frome. Matric. Michs. 1900; B..A. 1903. 
At St Bartholomew's Hospital; House Surgeon there. 
M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1909. Chief Clinical Assistant, Miller 
General Hospital, Greenwich. CUnical- Assistant, St Mark's 
Hospital, London. In practice at Horncastle, Lines., in 191 1. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut., R..A.M.C.). Of 
42, Cumberland Mansions, Bryanston Sq., London, in 1945. 
Perhaps brother of .Arthur J. (1887). (Peile, 11. 837; Medical 
Directories; Univ. War List.) 

GORDON, GEORGE. .Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, June 22, 
1780. [2nd] s. of John (1744-5), D-D., Archdeacon and 
Precentor of Lincoln. B, [1763], in Cambridge. Bapt. Dec. 7, 
1763. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1780; 2nd Chancellor's 
Medal, 1784; .Members' Prize, 1785 and 1786; B..A. (14/^ 
Wrangler) 1784; M..A. 1787; B.D. 1794; D.D. 1810. FeUow, 
1787. .Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 17, 1784. Ord. deacon 
(Ely) Feb. 17, 1788; priest (Lincoln) .Apr. 25, 1788; R. of 
Gumley, Leics., 1 788-1 807. Preb. and Precentor of Exeter, 
1789-1809. Chaplain to the Marquis of Bath, 1792. R. of 
Sedgbrook with E. Allington, Lines., 1792-1845. R. of 
W. Deeping, 1807-17. V. of Horbling, 1807-45. Preb. of 
Lincoln, 1808. Dean of Exeter, 1809-10. R. of Whittington, 
1812-45. V. of Orston, Notts., 1818-21. V. of Hambledon, 
Rutland, 1819-22. DecUned Bishopric of Peterborough, 
1819. Dean of Lincoln, 1827-45. Married, .Aug. 11, 1791, 
Miss Tomlinson, of Lincoln. .Author, Sermons. Died Aug. 2, 
1845, at Lincoln. Buried in the Cathedral. Brother of Charles 
(1778); father of John (1811). (Rugby Sch. Reg.; St John's 
Coll. Adm., IV. 273; Foster, Index Eccles.; Northants. Clergy; 
Clergy List; G. Mag., 1845, 11. 517-18.) 



Gordon, George 

GORDON, GEORGE (Lord HUNTLY). Adm. nobleman (age 18) 
at St John's, Oct. 29, 178S. S. [ai"l h.] of Alexander [4th] 
Duke of Gordon. B. Feb. 2, 1770. School, Eton (Lord 
Huntlv). Matric. Easter, 1791; U.A. 1791. Ensign, 35th 
Foot, 1790; Capt., 42nd Regt. (Black Watch) 1791; Lieut. - 
Col., 3rd Foot Guards, 1792. Fought in Flanders, I793- 
Lieut. -Col. Commanding iioth Foot, 1794-5; Col., 92nd 
Foot, 1796; Brig. -Gen., in Ireland, 1798, and in Holland, 
1799; General, 1819. Governor of the Castle of Edinburgh. 
M.P. for Eve, 1806-7. Lord-Lieut, of Aberdeenshire, 1808. 
G.C.B.,i82b. Lord High Constable, i82r. Keeper of the Seal 
in Scotland, 1828. P.C, 1830. Styled Marquess of Huntlv until 
he succeeded as 5th Duke of Gordon, June 17, 1827. Married, 
Dec. II, 1813, EUzabeth, dau. of Alexander Brodie, of 
Arnhall, Co. Kincardine. Died s.p. May 28, 1836, in Belgrave 
Square, London, when the dukedom of Gordon, with the 
English peerages of Norwich and Gordon became extinct. 
Buried in Elgin Cathedral. {Eton Coll. Reg.; St John's Coll. 
Adm., IV. 320; G.E.C.; Burke, F. and B. (Huntly).) 

GORDON, The Hon. GEORGE, .^dm. pens, at Clare, Feb. 21, 
1815. [2nd] s. of George, Earl of Aboyne and Marquess of 
Huntlv. B. [Jan. 27, 1794], at Aboyne Castle, Aberdeen- 
shire. Matric. Michs. 1815; M.-A. 1817. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 
1818; priest, 1819; R. of Chesterton, Hunts., 1819-62. 
R. (and patron) of Haddon, 1819-62. Married, July 29, 1851, 
Charlotte Anne, dau. of Thomas Wright Vaughan, of Wood- 
ston, Hunts. Died Sept. 25, 1862. Brother of Charles (1810), 
Lord Strathaven, etc. (Foster, Index Eccles.; Clergy List; 
Crockford; Scots Peerage, iv. 559, which erroneously gives 
'died 1852'; Cant. Act Bk.; Inc. of Hunts.) 

GORDON, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, July 7, 
1825. S. of Alexander, of Aberdeen. B. at Newton. Edu- 
cated at .Aberdeen. Matric. Michs. 1825; B.A. 1830. Adm. 
at the Middle Temple, 1824. {Venn, u. 196.) 

GORDON, GEORGE. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1881. 

GORDON, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 9, 1882. 
Did not reside. 

GORDON, GEORGE ARTHUR MAURICE HAMILTON (1889), 
See HAMILTON-GORDON. 

GORDON, GEORGE CAMPBELL. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 20, 1837. Of Scotland. Matric. Michs. 1837; 
B.A. 1842; M..^. 1845. Adm. ad eundem at Oxford, Oct. 19, 
1848. Ord. deacon (Chichester for Salisbury) 1841; priest 
(Salisbury) 1S43; C. of Tincleton, Dorset, 1844-6. C. of South 
Perrott and Mosterton, 1846-9. C. of St Andrew's, Holbom, 
London, 1850-3. Appears in Clergy List imtil 1866. (Al. 
Oxon.; P. B. G. BinnaU.) 

GORDON, GEORGE CYRUS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Feb. 4, 181 1. S. of Abraham Cyrus. B. at Everton, Notts. 
School, Southwell (Mr Falkner). Matric. Lent, 1811; B.A. 
1815; M.-'V. 1818; C. of N. Clifton, Notts., -1841-59. Died 
June 12, 1859. {Clergy List; G. Mag., 1859, >•• 196-) 

GORDON, GEORGE FRANCIS CARTER. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Oct. i, 1895. S. of James, of Kenmure, Blundell- 
sands, Liverpool. B. [Oct. 23, 1876], in Liverpool. School, 
Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898; M.A. 
1903. Of Kenmure, Blundellsands, Liverpool, in 1911. 
Superintendent of the University engineering workshops, 
at Cambridge, 1920-37. Died Nov. 20, 1937, at his home at 
Whittlesford, Cambs. Brother of William H. (1884). (Chelten- 
ham Coll. Reg.; C.U. Hist. Reg., 1911-20; The Times, Nov. 
22, 1937.) 

GORDON, GEORGE HAMILTON (Lord HADDO). Adm. noble- 
man at St John's, June 30, 1800. S. and h. of George 
Gordon (Viscount Haddo). [B. Jan. 28, 1784, in Edinburgh.] 
School, Harrow. Styled Lord Haddo from his father's death 
in 1791 and succeeded his grandfather as 4th Earl of Aber- 
deen, Aug. 1801. Matric. Fell. -Com. Easter, 1804; M.A. 1804. 
Travelled in Greece and founded the .Athenian Society, 1803, 
and was the 'travelled thane' of BvTon's English Bards and 
Scotch Revie-u'ers. Scottish representative peer, 1806-14. 
Order of the Thistle, 1808. F.S.A., 1808; President, 1812-16. 
Ambassador-Extraordinary at Vienna, 1813, and representa- 
tive at the Congress of Chatillon, 1814. P.C. Created 
Viscount Gordon, 1814. Chancellor of the Duchy of Lan- 
caster. Foreign Secretary, 1828-30 and 1841-6. Secretary 
for War and the Colonies, 1834-5. Brought in the Non- 
Intrusion Bill, an attempt to avert the impending schism in 
the Scotch Church, but had to withdraw it owing to much 
opposition. Improved relations with America by the Oregon 
treaty, 1846. The recognized leader of the Peel party after 
the death of Sir Robert Peel, 1850. Joined the Whigs on the 
house-tax resolution, 1852, and brought about the defeat of 
Lord Derby's ministry. Prime Minister and First Lord of the 



Gordon, George William 

Treasury, 1852; resigned after vote of censure on the conduct 
of the war, 1855. Order of the Garter, 1855. Spoke for the 
last time in the House of Lords during the debate on the 
Scotch Universities Bill, 1858. Married (i) July 28, 1805, 
Lady Catherine Elizabeth Hamilton, dau. of John, ist 
Marquis of Abercorn, and had issue; (2)July 8, 1815, Harriet, 
dau. of the Hon. John Douglas and widow of James, Viscount 
Hamilton, and had further issue. In Nov. 1818, obtained 
a Royal Ucence to assume the surname of Hamilton imme- 
diately before Gordon 'as a last memorial of his respect for 
the memory of his late father-in-law, John James, Marquis 
of Abercorn, K.C., deceased.' Author of a Preface and Notes 
on Whittington's Ecclesiastical Antiquities of France and an 
Introduction to a translation by William Wilkins of The 
Civil Architecture of I'itruvius which was afterwards pub- 
lished separately under the title of An Enquiry into the 
Principles of Beauty in Grecian Architecture. His corre- 
spondence was privately printed by his son. Sir A. H. 
Gordon, afterwards Lord Stanmore. Died Dec. 14, i860, at 
Argyll House, Regent Street, London. 'A man of encyclo- 
paedic knowledge. Colleagues and friends, whenever at a 
loss, came to him for information on the most varied topics 
and rarely in vain.' Brother of Robert (1809); father of 
George J. J. (1834), .Arthur C. H. (1846) and Douglas H. 
(1842). Harrow Sch. Reg. states that his second son (b. 1817), 
the Hon. Alexander Hamilton, was also at Trinity, but for 
this there is no College or University evidence. {St John's 
Coll. Adm., IV. 284 (Haddo); G.E.C.; D.N.B.; Burke, P. and 
B. {sub Aberdeen.) 

GORDON, GEORGE HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. 28, 
1866. S. and h. of Charles WiUiam [of Corpus Christi College, 
Oxford]. B. Oct. 9, 1846, at Oakleage, Gloucs. School, 
Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 1870. Capt., 
R. Wilts. Militia. H.M. Inspector of Schools, 1875. J. P. 
for Wilts, and Dorset. Of Wincombe Park, Shaftesbury, 
wots., and The Barn House, Sherborne. Died July 21, 1928, 
at Sherborne. Buried in the Abbey. {Marlborough Coll. Reg.; 
Burke, L.G., 1939; The Times, July 23, 1928.) 

GORDON, GEORGE JOHN JAMES (Lord HADDO). Adm. pens, 
at Trinity, May 23, 1834. S. [and h.] of George Hamilton 
(1800), Earl of Aberdeen [bv his second wife]. B. [Sept. 28], 
1816. [School, Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 1834; M.A. 1837. 
Married, Nov. 5, 1840, Mary, 2nd dau. of George Baillie, of 
Mellerstain and Jerviswoode, sister of George, loth Earl of 
Haddington, and had issue. Succeeded as 5th Earl of 
Aberdeen, Dec. 14, i860. Died Mar. 22, 1864. Brother of 
Arthur C. H. (1846) and Douglas H. (1842); father of James 
H. (1865). (Burke, P. and B.; G.E.C., which gives 'died 
Mar. 18.') 

GORDON, GEORGE MAXWELL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 25, 1857. [2nd] s. of James Edward [Capt., R.N., M.P. 
for Dundalk], of Hedlow House, near Tonbridge, Kent. 
B. [Aug. 10, 1839], at Blackheath, Kent. School, Dorset 
(private). [Educated by Henry Moule.] Matric. Michs. 1857; 
B.A. 1861; M..A. 1864. 'Noted at college for his muscular 
strength and endurance.' Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1862; 
priest, 1863; C. of Beddington, Surrey, 1862-4. C. of 
St Thomas's, Portman Square, London, 1865. C.M.S. 
missionary at Madras, 1866-70. DecUned an invitation to 
become first bishop of Rockhampton, .Australia. Made a 
long tour in Persia and reached Lahore, Dec. 1872. Gave 
10,000 rupees towards cost of a mission to the Beluchis, and 
worked among them from .Apr. 1879 until his death. F.R.G.S. 
Shot by Afghans at Kandahar, Aug. 16, 1880. Chapel to his 
memory at C.M.S. College, Lahore. Left a large part of his 
property to the C.M.S. for Punjab mission. {Boase, v. 445; 
Scott, MSS.; Clergy List; Crockford; Life by .Arthur Lewis; 
The Guardian, Sept. 8, 1880.) 

GORDON, GEORGE TOMLINE. Adm. pens, at Clare, Dec. 5, 

1841. S. and h. of John (1811), V. of Edwinstowe, Notts, 
[and grandson of George (1780), Dean of Lincoln]. B. Aug. 8, 
1823. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1842. Migrated 
(age 20) to Jesus, Nov. 20, 1843; B.A. 1848. Of Cuckney, 
Notts. Capt., Notts. Militia. Joined the Confederate .Army, 
1862; became Colonel, nth Tennessee Infantry, and served 
with distinction in several of the most important battles of 
the American Civil War, 1862-5. Married, 1847, Harriet, 
dau. of the Rev. T. Harrison, of Firby Hall, Yorks. Died 
Feb. 26, 1868, at New Orleans, U.S.A. Brother of Henry 
(1850). {Record of OldWestminsters; House of Gordon, ni. 134.) 

GORDON, GEORGE WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. 16, 
1847. [S. of Robert, clerk, of New College, Oxford, R. of 
Scampton, Lines., and grandson of George (1780), Dean of 
Lincoln.] B. Mar. 20, 1828. [School, Rugby.] Matric. Michs. 
1847; LL.B. 1855; LL.D. 1861. Of Westgate, Louth. Died 
from an accident. May 10, 1865, at Scarborough. Brother of 
Robert (1848). {Rugby Sch. Reg.) 



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GORDON, HASTINGS. Adni. pens, at Trinity, June 4, 1835. 
[2nd s. of Alexander, Esq., of 3, Old Broad Street, London. 

B. May 5, 1817.] Matric. Michs. 1835; B.A. 1839; M..\. 1842. 
Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1841. No curacy recorded until 

C. of St Mary's, Lichfield, 1846-7. C. of St James's, Sutton 
Coldfield, 1853-5. C. of St Mary's, Marlborough, 1856-8. 
Married Margaret Lonsdale. Died Apr. i, 1865, aged 47, at 
Englefield Green. (Cant. Act Bk.; G. Mag., 1865, i. 797.) 

GORDON, HENRY. Adm. Fell. -Com. (age 21) at Jesus, May 9, 
1850; B.A., incorp. from Oxford, 1853. [3rd] s. of John 
(1811), clerk, deceased. B. at Kensington, Middlesex. School, 
Shrewsbury. Matric. from Balliol College, Oxford, Nov. 30, 
1846, age 17; Scholar, 1846-50; B.A. (St Mary Hall) 1851. 
Chaplain in the Royal Navy; to H.M.S. Meander, 1854; to 
H.M.S. Eurydice, 1855. Died Oct. 27, 1856, aged 27, at 
Retford, Notts. Brother of George T. (1841). (Shrewsbury 
Sch. Reg.; Al. Oxon.; House of Gordon, iii. 145; Clergy List.) 

GORDON, HENRY ERSKINE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. 30, 
1867. [2nd] s. of John [Christ Church, Oxford], of .Mkenhead 
House, Glasgow [and Lady Christian Isabella Erskine, dau. 
of the I2th Earl of Buchan]. B. Sept. 11, 1849, in London. 
Private tuition. Matric. Michs. 1868; B..^. 1872. Rowing 
'blue' (cox), 1869, 1870, 1871. Adm. advocate of the Scottish 
Bar, 1874. Director of the Caledonian Railway; Lanarkshire 
and Ayrshire Railway; The Union Bank of Scotland, etc. 
Chairman, Norwich Union Insurance Co. D.L. and J. P. for 
counties of Lanark and Renfrew; J. P. for Glasgow. Convener 
of Co. Renfrew, 1910-14. Major and Hon. Lieut. -Col., 
Lanarkshire Imp. Yeomanry. O.B.E., 1918. Died .\pr. 12, 
1929, at Aikenhead House, Glasgow, where he had lived for 
many years. {Book of Blues; Who was Who; The Times, 
Apr. 13, 1929.) 

GORDON, HENRY HERMAN. Matric. from Clare, Lent, 1893. 
[2nd s. of Abraham E., precentor of the Gt Synagogue, 
Duke's Place, London.] Brother of Samuel (1890). (Scott, 
A/SS.) 

GORDON, HENRY PERCY. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Peterhouse, 
Jan. 28, 1823. [Only] s. of Sir James WUloughby, ist Bart, 
[for whom see Boase, i. 1181], of Niton, Isle of Wight. 
B. 1806. Matric. Michs. 1823; B.A. {Senior Wrangler and 
2nd Smith's Prizeman) 1827; M.A. 1830. Hon. Fellow, 1827. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. i, 1828. Called to the Bar, 
May 5, 1831. F.R.S., 1830. J. P. and D.L. for the Isle of 
Wight. Succeeded as 2nd Bart., 1851, and as 13th laird of 
Knockespock, Co. Aberdeen, on the death of James Adam 
Gordon, in 1854. Married, 1839, Lady Mary Agnes Blanche, 
dau. of the Earl of Ashburnhara. Died July 29, 1876, at 
Blackball, Kincardineshire. {Law List, 1850; Boase, i. 1180; 
T. A. Walker, 416; The Gordons of Knockespock; G. Mag., 
1851, I. 198.) 

GORDON, HERBERT MOORE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. i, 

1896. S. of Samuel [? Samuel Moore (1872)], of 17, Wilton 
Crescent, London. B. Mar. 4, 1877, at Shepperton, Surrey. 
School, Bishopstone Manor, Lewes, Sussex. Matric. Michs. 
1896. 

GORDON, HOME. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Jan. 10, 
1835. S. and h. of Sir Orford [9th Bart., of Embo, Co. 
Sutherland. B. [1818], at Plymouth. School, Sydney House, 
Somerset (Mr Kely). Matric. Michs. 1835; B.A. 1839. 
Succeeded as loth Bart., June 19, 1857. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, .•Vpr. 26, 1839. Of Embo, Sutherland. J. P. and D.L. 
for Sutherland. Married, Mar. 26, 1844, Ellen Harriet, dau. 
of Bartholomew Bamewall, and had issue. Died Sept. 18, 
1876, at his sister's residence at Brighton. (Burke, P. and B. 
and G.E.C. both call him William Home.) 

GORDON, JAMES. Adm. Fell. -Com. (age 17) at St John's, 
Oct. 13, 1775. S. of James, Esq. [formerly Brebner, who 
assumed the name of Gordon], of Moor Place, Much Hadhain, 
Herts, [and Mary Gordon]. B. in Antigua. School, Win- 
chester [St John's Coll. Adm. says that Winchester is prob- 
ably a mistake and that he was at Harrow; but not found in 
Harroii) Sch. Reg.]. Of Moor Place, Much Hadham. M.P. for 
Stockbridge, 1785-^30; for Truro, 1790-6; for Clitheroe, 
1808-12. Married, July 10, 1789, Harriet, dau. of Samuel 
Whitbread, M.P. Latterly of HUl Street, Berkeley Square, 
London, where he died Feb. 18, 1822. Father of James \. 
(1807). {St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 274; Collections of a 
Researcher; The Gordons of Knockespock; Oliver, Antigua, 
II. 22.) 

GORDON, JAMES. .Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 7, 1866. 
S. of Bryan [and Mary Clements], of Co. Mayo. B. at Balla. 
Bapt. Dec. 24, 1829. Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 1870. Ord. 
deacon (Manchester) 1869; priest (Chester) 1871; C. of 
Oswaldtwistle, Lanes., 1869-70. In charge of Kettleshulme 
with Saltersford, Cheshire, 1870-1. C. of Taxal, 1871-5. 
V. of Norbury, 1875-85. Died July 19, 1885. 



Gordon, The Hon. James Henry 

GORDON, JAMES ADAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. at St John's, 
Dec. 26, 1807. S. of James (1775), of Middlesex [of Knockes- 
pock, Aberdeenshire.]. B. Apr. 16, 1791, in London. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Lent, 1809; B.A. 1813; M.A. 1816. Of 
Moor Place, Much Hadham, Herts., and of Stocks, Aldbury. 
J. P. and D.L. for the counties of Somerset, Hertford and 
Bedford. High Sheriff of Somerset, 1830. M.P. for Tregony, 
1830-1 and 1832. Recorder of Tregony. Succeeded as 12th 
laird of Knockespock, Co. Aberdeen, 1836. Magistrate and 
D.L. for Co. Aberdeen, 1836. F.S.A. Of Naish House, 
Wraxall, near Bristol. Married Emma Katherine, dau. of 
Vice-.\dmiral Thomas Woolley. Died s.p. Mar. 4, 1854. 
Buried at Much Hadham. M.I. at .Aldbury. {Harrow Sch. 
Reg.; Douglas Wimberley, The Gordons of Knockespock; 
House of Gordon, iii. 175; Oliver, Antigua, 11. 22.) 

GORDON, JAMES CRAWFORD. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Peter- 
house, June 25, 1816. [2nd s. of David, Esq., J. P., D.L., 
of Florida Manor and Delamont, Co. Down, Ireland, and 
Mary, dau. of James Crawford, of Crawford House. B. 
Apr. 28, 1796.] School, private. Matric. Michs. 1816; B..A. 
1821; M.A. 1825. M.A. ad eundem at Dublin, 1832. R. of 
Kilmood, Co. Down, 1821-8. R. of Loughinisland, 1828. 
Precentor of St Patrick's Cathedral, Down, 182S-41. Of 
Florida Manor and Delamont, Co. Down, succeeding his 
brother Robert in the family estate, 1864. Married, Sept. 15, 
1842, Geraldine, dau. of James Penrose, Esq., of Woodhill, 
Co. Cork. Dieds./). Nov. 12, 1867, at Florida Manor. (Burke, 
L.G.; Al. Dubl., which mistakenlv gives 'adm. at Peterhouse, 
June 5'; r. .4. Walker, 395; H.'B. Swanzy; G. Mag., 1828, 
II. 80.) 

GORDON, JAMES EDWARD HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity, .\pr. i, 1870. S. of James Alexander [M.D., F.R.S.]. 

B. [June 26, 1852], at Barford, Mickleham, Surrey. Schools 
[Eton (1868) and] King's College, London. Migrated to 
Caius, July 8, 1871; matric. Easter, 1872; B.A. 1875. 
Electrical inventor (Gordon dynamo; Gordon divided main 
system) and engineer. M.I.C.E., 1890. Carried on research 
work, after leaving Cambridge, at a laboratory of his own at 
Dorking, Surrey, results of his work being given in papers 
presented to the Royal Society and pubUshed in Philosophical 
Transactions. Assistant Secretary of the British Association, 
1878-81. British delegate to the Paris Exhibition, 1881. 
Manager of the electric lighting dept. of the Telegraph Con- 
struction and Maintenance Co. Responsible for the design 
and equipment of the electric lighting plant at Paddington 
railway station. In 1887 took an active share in the formation 
of the Whitehall Electric Supply Co., which in 1888 amal- 
gamated with the Metropolitan Electric Supply Co., of which 
company he became engineer. In partnership (1887) with 
W. J. Rivington as a consulting engineer and contractor; 
the firm carried out the lighting installations at Carlow, 
Lame, Bray, Sydenham, and many other towns. .Author, 
Physical treatise on Electricity and Magnetism, etc. Very 
fond of hunting and riding spirited horses and was killed 
Feb. 3, 1893, by being thrown from a horse at Croydon. 
Father of the next. (Eton Sch. Lists; Boase, i. 446; D.N.B.; 
Venn, 11. 398.) 

GORDON, JAMES GEOFFREY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1900. S. of James Edward Henry (above), of 
Riccall Hall, Yorks. [and Lady Danesfort]. B. 1882, in 
London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; 
M.A. 1907. President of the Union, 1902. Private Secretary 
to the Lord President of the Council, 1904-6. Called to the 
Bar, Inner Temple, Apr. 24, 1907. Ord. deacon (Woolwich, 
Litt. dim. for Southwark) 1909; priest (Southwark) 1910; 

C. of St Mark's, Newington, Surrey, 1909-13. C. of St Mar- 
garet's, Westminster, 1913-15. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Chaplain; mentioned in despatches; Italian bronze 
medal 'della Salute Publica'; in France and Italy, 1916-19; 
Deputy .Asst. Chaplain-General). R. of St John's, Princes 
Street, Edinburgh, 1919-26. Canon of Edinburgh, 1923-6. 
V. and Rural Dean of Nottingham, 1926-32. Hon. Canon 
of Southwell, 1929-32. Archdeacon and Canon of Durham, 
1932. Bishop of Jarrow, 1932-8. Select Preacher at Cam- 
bridge, 1934. Author, Completeness in Christ. Died Aug. 28, 
1938, aged 56, at Durham. {Eton Sch. Lists; Law Lists; 
Univ. War List; Who was Who; Crockford, 1938; The Times, 
Aug. 29-31, 1938.) 

GORDON, The Hon. JAMES HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Jan. 23, 1865. [2nd] s. of George John James (1834) [5th] 
Earl of Aberdeen. B. [Oct. 11, 1845], at Blackheath, Kent. 
From St .Andrews University. Matric. 1865. Rowing 'blue,' 

1867. Heir-presumptive to the Earldom. Whilst an under- 
graduate, crossed the Channel by canoe and canoed from 
Macon by the Saone, the Rhone and the Mediterranean to 
Genoa, passed through Switzerland, and returned by the 
Reuss and the Rhine to Rotterdam. Died unmarried Feb. 12, 

1868, at Cambridge, 'killed by the accidental discharge of 
his gun.' Buried at Methhc. (G. Mag., 1868, i. 407; Scots 
Peerage, i. 97; Book of Blues; Burke, P. and B.) 



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GORDON or CRANMER (post GORDON-CRANMER), JAMES 
STEWART CRANMER. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 4, 
18 sv A 'Ten-year man.' Of Essex. [S. of Joseph and 
Mary. B. Oct. 10, 1800.] Matric. Easter, 1842; B.D. {Stat. 
Eliz.) 1846; D.D. 1867, as Gordon-Cranmer. Ord. deacon 
(Chester) 1842; priest, 1843; C. of .\ncoats. Lanes., 1842-4. 
C. of Bradford, Yorks., 1844-8. C. of Haworth, 1848-51, 
during incumbency of Bronte. Head Master of Haworth 
Granunar School, 1846-54. C. of Grove, Berks., 1854-9. 
No further cure recorded until C. of N. and S. Brewham, 
Somerset, 1875-81. Disappears from Crockford, 1882 
(Cranmer throughout). {Clergy List, Cranmer.) 

GORDON, JENISON WILLIAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity 
Hall, Apr. 18, 1765. S. and h. of Sir Samuel, Bart., of 
Newark-upon-Trent, Notts, [and Elizabeth Bradford, niece 
and heiress of Sir Matthew Jenison]. [Bapt. Sept. 30, I747.] 
Matric. Michs. 1766. .^dm. at Lincoln's Inn, Mar. 18, 1765. 
Of Haverholme Priory, Lines. Succeeded to the baronetcy, 
Apr. 1780. Sheriff of Lines., 1783-4; Vice-Lieut., 1803. 
Patent Customer of the port of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 
Married, Oct. 1781, Harriet Frances Charlotte, dau. of the 
Hon. Edward Finch-Hatton, and granddaughter of Daniel, 
Earl of Winchelsea. Died s.p. May 9, 1831, when the 
baronetcy became extinct, the estates devolving on the Earl 
of Winchelsea. (Burke, Extinct Baronetcies, 1844; G.E.C.) 

GORDON, JOHN. .\dm. Fell. -Com. at St John's, Nov. 21, 1797- 
S. [and h.] of Charles, Esq., of Braid, near Edinburgh [and 
of Cluny]. School, Norwich. Matric. Lent, 1799; B.A. 180S. 
Entered the Royal .\berdeens. Light Infantry, 1800; Major, 
7th Company, Aberdeens. Militia, 1808; Lieut. -Col., 1820; 
Hon. Col. 1836. Of Braid, Edinburgh and Cluny Castle, 
Aberdeens. M.P. for Weymouth and Melcombe Regis, 1826, 
1830 and 1831. Purchased large estates in the Hebrides, 
including the islands of Barra, Benbecula and South Uist. 
The island purchases were the source of much trouble and 
of fierce controversy. Resided a great deal at Kinsteary, 
where he carried out great improvements. 'Achieved the 
distinction of being the richest commoner in the northern 
part of the Kingdom.' Died July 16, 1858, at Edinburgh. 
Brother of Alexander (1801), father of Charles (1842), and 
doubtless of John (1842). (J. M. Bulloch, Gordons of Cluny.) 

GORDON, JOHN. Adm. at Trinity Hall, Jan. 25, 1800; from 
Edinburgh. 

GORDON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 30, 1811. 
[2nd] s. of George (17S0), Dean of Lincoln. B. [Oct. 20], 
1794. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1811; B.A. 1815; M.A. 
i8i8. V. of Bierton with Buckland, Bucks., 1825-34. R- oi 
Carsington, Derbs., 1826 (vacant 1832). R. of St Antholin 
and R. of St John-the-Baptist, London, i827-35- V. of 
Edwinstowe, Notts., 1835-43. Died May 8, 1843, in London. 
Father of George T. (1841) and Henry (1850). (Rugby Sch. 
Reg.; St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 273, sub his father; House 
of Gordon, in. 224; G. Mag., 1843, II. 213; Foster, Index 
Eccles.; Clergy List.) 

GORDON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, June 2, 1838. 
S. [and h.] of William, of Mundesley, Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 
1838; B.A. 1842; M.A. 1845. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
May 2, 1840. Called to the Bar, Nov. 20, 1846. Master of 
Court of Common Pleas, 1859; of Common Pleas division, 
1875; of the Supreme Court, 1879; retired, 1889. Married, 
Dec. 28, 1847, Mary Jane, only dau. of Thomas Davies, Esq., 
of Handsworth, Staffs. Of Court Lodge, Chelsfield, Kent, 
and 3, Courtfield Gardens, London. Died Sept. 17, 1900, at 
Courtfield Gardens. (Law Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar; 
T. A. Walker, 462; Boase, v. 446.) 

GORDON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 16, 1842. 
[Doubtless s. (the eldest of four natural children) of John 
(1797), Colonel, of Cluny Castle, Aberdeens. School, Eton.] 
Matric. Michs. 1842. Of Cluny Castle, Aberdeens. J. P. 
Succeeded, after much htigation, to his father's estates 
[for an account of the famous lawsuits, see Gordons of Cluny, 
41-8]. Improved Buckie Harbour and did much for the 
Hebridean fishermen. Took an interest in scientific agri- 
culture, being the first to use a steam plough in Aberdeen- 
shire. His fine breed of shorthorns sold for high prices. 
Married (1) Jan. 8, 1862, Clara Margaret Jean, dau. of the 
Rev. James White, of Bonchurch, Isle of Wight; (2) Dec. 19, 
1865, Emily E. Steele Pringle. dau. of John Robert Pringle, 
of the Madras Civil Service. Died s.p. Mar. 31, 1878, at Park 
Lane, London. Brother of Charles (1842). (Eton Sch. Lists; 
J. M. Bulloch, Gordons of Cluny.) 

GORDON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 26, 1843. 
[2nd s. of George (of Brasenose College, Oxford), R. of 
Muston, Leics.] Bapt. May 12, 1824. Migrated to St John's, 
Oct. 17, 1843; matric. Michs. 1843; B.A. 1848. C. to his 
father at Muston, 1849-57-. Disappears from Clergy List, 
1858. Married, Nov. 12, 1850, Frances Octavia, dau. of 



Gordon, Robert 

Col. Sherlock, K.H. Brother of Francis (1845). (G. Mag., 
1851, I. 196a.) 

GORDON (post GORDON CUMING-SKENE), JOHN. .'Vdm. pens, 
(age 17) at Trinity, Mar. 6, 1845. S. of William, Colonel, 
of Pisburg (sic) [Pitlurg], Aberdeens. [B. Feb. 9, 1827.] 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1845. 13th laird of Pitlurg. 
J. P. and D.L. Married (i) Mar. 27, 1856, Maria, only dau. 
of Capt. William Henry Nares, R.N., and had issue; (2) 
Jan. 5, i860, Margaret Maria, only dau. of Sir David 
Brewster, F.R.S. Of Parkhill, Aberdeen (1864) and East- 
croft, Farnham Royal, Bucks. (Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, 
L.G., 1939.) 

GORDON, JOHN DIGBY. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pembroke, 
July 2, 1874. [Only] s. of John, Capt. [in the Army], 
deceased. B. [Dec. 4, 1856], at Asscerghur, Bengal. [School, 
Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 1878. .\dm. at the 
Inner Temple, Jan. 25, 1876, 'then age 20.' Called to the 
Bar, Apr. 21, 18S0. Practised before the High Court at 
Allahabad, 1885-1910-. (Harrow Sch. Reg., 1925, gives 'no 
profession' and describes him as 'late of Sunnyside, Marden, 
near Chichester'; Law Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar, where 
he is assigned to Pembroke College, Oxford.) 

GORDON, JOHN GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Sidney, July i, 
1844; from Trinity College, DubUn; B.A., incorp. from 
DubUn, 1844; M.A. 1844. [S. of John. B. at Cork.] Adm. 
(age 21) at Trinity Cbllege, DubUn, May 28, 1834; scholar 
and gold medallist, 1837; B.A. (Dubl.) 1841; LL.B. and 
LL.D. (Dubl.) 1853. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) Dec. 22, 1844; 
priest, Dec. 21, 1845. Assistant Master at Cheltenham 
College, 1841-7. Second Master of Bristol Grammar School, 
1847-52. Head Master of Loughborough Grammar and 
Commercial School, 1852-62. Died Dec. 30, 1862, at Guy's 
Hospital, London, after a railway accident. (Cheltenliam 
Coll. Reg.; Al. Dubl.; Boase, v. 447; Bristol Mirror, Dec. 31, 
1862; Crockford; G. Mag., Feb. 1863, 252.) 

GORDON, JOHN [JOSEPH]. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Trinity, 
June 5, 1833. [2nd] s. of John [of Kethock's Mill, later of 
Demerara, and of London, merchant]. B. [Aug. 30, 1811], 
in Dominica, W. Indies. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 
1833; B.A. 1837; M.A. 1840. Previously in the Bengal 
Army, 1829-34. Ordained in 1837, and soon afterwards 
came under the influence of the Tractarian Movement 
through reading Newman's Sermons, etc. In May, 1841, 
went to Oxford and heard Newman preach. Received into 
the Roman Catholic Church, Feb. 24, 1847 (as John Joseph). 
Admitted as an Oratorian at the Birmingham Oratory, 
Feb. 24, 1848. Friend of Cardinal Newman, who dedicated 
to him The Dream of Gerontius. Author, Reasons for my 
Conversion. Died Feb. 13, 1853, at Bath. Buried beside 
Newman, at Rednal, near Birmingham. (C. R. Hudleston; 
Henry Tristram; V. C. P. Hodson, Bengal Army.) 

GORDON, LOCKHART. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Magdalene, 
Mar. 26, 1792. S. of [the Hon.] Lockhart [deceased. Judge 
Advocate-General of Bengal, of Putney, Surrey, by his 2nd 
wife, the Hon. Catherine Wallop, and grandson of John, 
Earl of Aboyne. B. July 28, 1775. School, Harrow]. Matric. 
Michs. 1792; Scholar; M.A. 1798. After unsuccessfully 
attempting to obtain a CoUectorship at Demerara, took Holy 
Orders, but led a more or less disreputable life. Eloped with 
a Shropshire girl of respectable and opulent family, but soon 
deserted her and with his brother Loudoun abducted Miss 
Lee, De Quincey's 'Female Infidel,' for which the brothers 
were tried at Oxford Assizes, Mar. 1804, but acquitted. His 
wife died of a broken heart and his mother committed suicide. 
(Harrow Sch. Reg.; Burke, P. and B.; Scots Peerage, i. 104 
(Aboyne); J. M. Bulloch, Earls of Aboyne and The Gay 
Gordons; G. Mag., 1804, i. 485, 594.) 

GORDON, ROBERT. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St John's, Jan. 16, 

1809. 5th s. of George, Viscount Haddo, of Scotland. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Lent, 1809. Entered the diplomatic service, 

1810. Attache in Persia. Secretary to the Embassy at The 
Hague. Minister-plenipotentiary at Vienna, in 1815, 1817 
and 1821. Envoy-Extraordinary to the Brazils, 1826. 
Ambassador at Constantinople, 1828-31; at Vienna, 1841-6. 
G.C.H., 1819. P.C, 1826. G.C.B., 1829. Lessee of the estate 
of Balmoral Castle (afterwards bought by Queen Victoria). 
Died there Oct. 8, 1847. Buried at Methlic. Brother of 
George H. (1800). (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Burke, P. and B. 
(Aberdeen); Scots Peerage, i. 93; D.N.B.) 

GORDON, ROBERT. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 22) at Jesus, July 6, 
1848. S. [and h.] of Robert, clerk [of New College, Oxford, 
R. of Scampton, Lines.], deceased. B. there. Major in the 
Isle of Wight Mihtia (Artillery), 1859; resigned, 1868. 
Married and had issue. Brother of George W. (1847). (House 
of Gordon, iii. 288.) 



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GORDON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Christ's, July 3, 1850. 
S. of William (1808), clerk, of Lichfield. B. [July 30, 1830], 
at W. Bromwich, Staffs. School, Bridgnorth. Matric. Michs. 
1850; Scholar, 1852; B.A. 1854; M.A. 1857. Won the 
University rowing pairs in 1853 (with J. B. Barlee) and in 
1856 (with P. H. Wormald) and the Goblets at Henley in 
185+ with Barlee. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1854; priest, 
1856; C. of Norton, Staffs., 1854-5. C. of Longdon, 1855-6. 
C. of Speen and Lecturer at Speenhamland, Berks., 1856-8. 
R. of Hammerwick, Lichfield, 1858-90. Lived latterly at 
Uplands, Grove Park Road, Weston-super-Mare. Died there 
Oct. II, 1914. Father of Francis J. (1899). {Peile, 11. 516; 
Crockford; Christ's CoU. Obits.) 

GORDON, ROBERT ABERCROMBY. Adm. pens, at Peter- 
house, Sept. 2s>- 1893. S. of R. J. A., Esq., deceased. B. 
Sept. 6, 1874, at Wiesbaden. School, St Paul's. Matric. 
Michs. 1893; Butler Prize, 1895; B.A. 1897; M.A. 1901; 
LL.M. 1907. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, Nov. 17, 
1904. K.C., 1924. Bencher, 1931. Member of South Eastern 
Circuit and London Sessions. Lecturer on Commercial Law 
to Law Society, 1921-3. During the Great War, 1914-19, 
employed by Military Intelligence Dept. of the War Office. 
J. P. for Eastbourne. Recorder of Margate, 1936-43-. 
Author, Compulsory Acquisition of Land and Compensation; 
editor of 7th edition of Cripps on Compensation (1931) and 
8th edition (1938). Of 1, Hare Court, Temple, E.C., and 

4, St John's Mansions, Eastbourne, in 1943. (T. A. Walker, 
628; Who's Who, 1943; Kelly, Handbook, 1943; Law Lists.) 

GORDON, ROBERT ADAM. Adm. pens, at St Cath.\rine's, 

Mar. 26, 1851. S. of Thomas Rowley, Esq., Lieutenant in 
the Service of the East India Co. [in Bengal. B. Mar. 6, 1832. 
School, Cheltenham College]. Matric. Michs. 185 1; B.A. 
1855; M.A. 1858. (Cheltenham Coll. Reg.) 

GORDON, ROBERT AUGUSTUS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 12, 1833. [B. 1815, in the West Indies. Educated at 
King's College, London.] Matric. Michs. 1833. Migrated to 
Pembroke, Jan. 31, 1834; Scholar; B.A. 1837; M.A. 1840. 
[One of these names, 3rd s. of John (deceased in 1837), of 
London, was adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 10, 1837.] Ord. 
deacon (Canterbury) 1839; priest, 1840; C. of Charing, Kent, 
1839-40. C. of Sundridge, 1840-6. R. of Avington, Berks., 
1846-53. R. of Barley, Herts., 1853-90. Rural Dean of 
Buntingford, 1854-82. Married, Apr. 29, 1847, Elizabeth 
Frances, dau. of Philip Yorke Lindsay, Esq. Author, theo- 
logical. Lived latterly at Barley and died Aug. 4, 1895, at 
24, Eccleston Square, London. (Boase, v. 448; Cant. Act Bk.; 
Crockford; Cambridge Chronicle, Aug. 9, 1895.) 

GORDON, ROBERT FRANCIS. .Adm. pens, at Trinity, May i, 
1866. [2nd] s. of John [Frederick] [Trinity College, Dublin, 
R. of Annahilt, Co. Down, Ireland. B. Feb. 9, 1847, at 
Strangannahilt, Down]. School, Rossall. Matric. Michs. 
1866. Of Conyngham Lodge, Curragh. Married, Jan. 16, 
1879, Alice Ajjn^e, dau. of Arthur J. Sharman Crawford. 
Died May 12, 1911. (Burke, L.G. of Ireland.) 

GORDON, ROBERT HOME. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 18) at 
Pembroke, Jan. 14, 1784. S. of John, of London [and of 
Jamaica]. School, Harrow. Migrated to Trinity, Apr. 7, 
1784. Possessed valuable estates in Jamaica. Resided in 
Albemarle Street and afterwards in Conduit Street, London. 
In 1794 was engaged in divorce proceedings brought against 
him by Joseph Seymour Biscoe, and had to pay £5000 
damages. Died Dec. 1826. (Not found in Caribbeana; 
Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

GORDON, ROLAND GRAHAM. Adm. at Sflwyn H., Oct. i, 
1899. [S. of Alexander, clerk, of Trinity College, Oxford. 
B. Oct. 30, 1880.] School, Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 
1899; Exhibitioner; Scholar; B..\. (Class. Trip., Pt I, ist 
Class) 1902. Entered the I.C.S., 1903. .Assistant Collector, 
Bombay Presidency, 1904; later Magistrate. Supt. of Land 
Records, 1907-12. Talukdari Settlement Officer, 1915-19. 
Collector at Kolaba, 1920-3; at Bijapur, 1924-6; at Nasik, 
1927-31. Member of Legislative Assembly, 1926. Political 
Agent at Surgana, 1927; retired, 1932. CLE., 1932. Author, 
Survey and Settlement Manual of the Bombay Presidency; 
R.G.G., His Verses. Resident at Salisbury, in 1943. (Marl- 
borough Coll. Reg.; I.C.S. Lists; Who's Who, 1943.) 

GORDON, SAMUEL. Adm. scholar at Queens', Michs. 1890. 

5. of .Abraham E. [Precentor of the Gt Synagogue, Duke's 
Place, London.] B. Sept. 10, 1871, at Buk, Posen, Prussia. 
[School, City of London.] Matric. Michs. 1S90; Scholar, 
1891; B.A. 1893. Travelled extensively. NoveUst, dealing 
chiefly with scenes and incidents from Russo-Jewish life. 
Died Jan. 11, 1927, at 40, Bergholt Crescent, London. 
Brother of Henry H. (1893).- (British Museum Catalogue 
Suppl.; The Times, Jan. 12, 1927.) 



Gordon, William 

GORDON, SAMUEL MOORE. Matric. pens, from Queens', 
Michs. 1872; B.A. 1876. 

GORDON, SAMUEL WILKINSON. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Trinity, Feb. 4, 1758. S. of Samuel, of Jamaica [whose will, 
1788, is mentioned in Caribbeana, 11. 174]. School, Tonbridge 
(Mr Cawthorn). Matric. Lent, 1758; B.A. 1762. Fellow of 
Peterhouse, 1764; M..A. 1765. Of Abchurch Lane, London. 
Died 1783. (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; T. A. Walker, 325.) 

GORDON, THOMAS WILLIAM WILKIE. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, June 21, i860. Of Middlesex. S. of William, Colonel 
[and Elizabeth]. B. at Kensington. Bapt. Dec. 12, 1841. 
Matric. Michs. i86o; LL.B. 1866; LL.M. 1870. Ord. not 
recorded. V. of Oadby, Leics., 1869-81. Lived at Chelten- 
ham and disappears from Crockford, 1902. 

GORDON, WALTER MAXWELL. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Jan. 13, 1896. [2nd] s. of Thomas, of Blackrock Lodge, 
Dublin. B. [Aug. 24, 1877], in Armagh, Ireland. Schools, 
Royal, Armagh (his father), and Rossall (1890). Matric. 
Michs. 1896; Scholar, 1896; B.A. (Class. Trip., Pt I, 1st 
Class) 1899; M.A. 1904. Assistant Master at Tonbridge 
School, 1900-23; House Master, 1909-23. Head Master of 
Wrekin College, Wellington, Salop, 1923-43-. (Rossall Reg.; 
Sclioolmasters' Directories; Peile, 11. 803; Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; 
Scott, MSS.; Who's Who, 1943.) 

GORDON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 16, 1752. 
Of Kent. Matric. Michs. 1752; B.A. 1756; Senior Bachelors' 
Members' Prize, 1758; M..\. 1759. Fellow, 1758. Ord. deacon 
(Bristol, Litt. dim. from Ely) Mar. 10, 1759. 

GORDON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Mar. 13, 1772. 
S. of Wilham. B. at BlickUng, Norfolk. School, Staimiore, 
Middlesex (Mr Parr). Scholar, 1772; matric. Lent, 1774; 
B.A. 1777; M.A. 1780. Ord. deacon (London) May 25, 1777; 
priest (Chester) Apr. 1784. One of these names went as 
emigrant minister to the Island of Ex, 1789; one (not an 
Oxonian) was R. of Chilcombe, Hants., 1812-26 and died 
1826, aged 75. (G. Mag., 1826, 11. 569; Peile, 11. 295; Foster, 
Index Eccles.; Scott, MSS.) 

GORDON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Apr. 21, 1784. 
A 'Ten-year man.' Of Scotland. Matric. Easter, 1797; B.D. 
(Stat. Eliz.) 1797. P.C. of Darlington, Durham, 1789-1830. 
R. of Speldhurst, Kent, 1816-30. Died Nov. 9, 1830, aged 84, 
at Lichfield. (G. Mag., 1830, 11. 570.) 

GORDON, WILLIAM. Adm. at Christ's, 1806. Matric. Easter, 
1S06; B..A. 1S08. Ord. deacon (Norwich) May 28, 1809; 
priest, July 8, i8io; C. of Shottisham St Mary, Suffolk, 1809. 
C. of Caistor St Edmund, Norfolk, iSio. One of these names 
('B..A.') was R. of Spaxton, Somerset, 1820; gone in or before 
1833. One was V. of Duns Tew, Oxon., 1823-; possibly also 
R. of Newtimber, Sussex, 1833-46. One WilHam Gordon was 
B..-^. of Oxford in 1817. (Peile, 11. 358; Foster, Index Eccles.) 

GORDON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 28, 1808. 
[S. of William, clerk, of Hastings. Bapt. Oct. 28, 1788.] 
School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1808; Scholar, 1809; 
B.A. 1812; M..A. 1815. Minor Canon of Lichfield Cathedral. 
V. of Christ Church, W. Bromwich, 1829-49. Rural Dean, 
1847-9. Married, June 24, 1816, Louisa, dau. of Thomas 
Jervis, Esq., of RusseU Square. Died Oct. 30, 1857, at Lich- 
field. Father of Robert (1850). (Record of Old Westminsters; 
E. H. Vigers; Clergy List; Foster, Index Eccles.; G. Mag., 
1857, II- 684.) 

GORDON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, May 25, 
1837. Of Norfolk. B. in 1818. Matric. Michs. 1837. Perhaps 
the clerk of these names of Mundesley, Norfolk, 1841-53-. 

GORDON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 8, 1882. 
S. of George, of Greenfield House, Strabane, Co. Tyrone, 
Ireland. B. there 1863. School, Brighton (Mr Creak). 
Matric. Michs. 1882; Scholar, 1884; (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, 
1st Class, 1884; Pt II, 1st Class, 1885); B.A. 1885; M.B., 
B.C. and M.A. 1890; M.D. 1894. Studied at Heidelberg and 
at University CoUege Hospital. L.R.C.P., 1S88. M.R.C.P., 
1891. F.R.C.P., 1903. President of Section of Medicine, 
British Medical Association, 1907; President of Section of 
Balneology and Climatology, 1915-17; Hyde Lecturer, 1913. 
Chairman, Sub-Committee on British Medical Reform, 
1896-8. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Medical Officer, 
No. 1 Temp. Hospital, E.xeter). President of S.W. Branch 
of British Medical Association, 1924-5. Practised at 
3, Barnfield Crescent, E.xeter. Consulting Physician to the 
Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital and to the West of 
England Eye Infirmary. Author, medical. Died Oct. i, 
1929, at Exeter. (Medical Directories; Who was Who; The 
Times, Oct. 3, 1929.) 



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GORDON, WILLIAM HAMILTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 

May 12, 1885. [Only] s. of William Elrington [Vice- Admiral], 
of East Hill, Fareham, Hants. B. [Aug. 22], 1S66, at Preston, 
Lanes. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 
1888; M..A.. 1892. Ord. deacon (Gibraltar, Litt. dim. for 
Rochester) 1891; priest (Rochester) 1892; C. of Oxted, 
Surrey, 1891-4. C. of Havant, Hants., 1895-8. C. of Fare- 
ham, 1898-1931. Perm, to off., dio. of Winchester, and Lie. 
pr., dio. Portsmouth, :93i-5. Lived latterly at East Hill, 
Fareham. Died May 31, 1935. (Charterhouse Sch. Reg.; 
Crockford; Trinity Coll. Record, 1936; Burke, L.G., I939-) 

GORDON, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 23, 
1884. S. of James, of Kenmure House, Blundellsands, 
Liverpool. B. Mar. 6, 1866, at Seaforth, Lanes. School, 
Merchant Taylors', London. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887; 
M.A. 1891. Perhaps the man of these names ('M.A.') adm. 
sohcitor, Jan. 1892 ; practised in Liverpool, 1900-10. Brother 
of George F. C. (1895). (Not found in Merchant Taylors' Sch. 
Reg.; Laic Lists, 1900-10; not in 1920.) 

GORDON (post LOCKHART-GORDON), WILLIAM HENRY 
LOCKHART. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Dec. 5, 1863. [2nd s. 
of Francis Lockhart WilUam, late H.E.I.C.S.] B. [Mar. 30, 
1845], at Edinburgh. School, Blackheath proprietary 
(Mr'Selwyn). Matric. Michs. 1864; B.A. 1868. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Jan. 29, 1867, age 21. Called to the Bar, 
Nov. 17, 1869. Resided in Toronto, Canada, where he died 
Jan. I, 1929. [Cheltenham Coll. Reg. gives one of these names, 
's. of Capt. Francis William Lockhart Gordon, of Chelten- 
ham'; Ensign in West India Regt., 1867; Lieut., 28th Foot; 
retired, 1870; adm. at Cheltenham College, 1859 and left, 
i860.] (Foster, Men at the Bar, which gives father's names 
as Frank WilUam Lockhart; Law Lists; Scott, MSS.; The 
Times, Feb. 6, 1929.) 

GORDON, WILLIAM HOME (1835), see HOME. 

GORDON, WILLIAM JAMES. .\dm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Ian. 25, 1828. Of 10, Fludyer Street, Westminster, London. 
[B. Nov. 16, 180S.] School, Westminster [left at Christmas, 
1824.] Died at Penzance (no date given). (Record of Old 
Westminsters.) 

GORDON, WILLIAM McCAULAY. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1870. 
S. and h. of — [James], deceased [late of Liverpool]. B. 
Aug. 18, 1850, in Liverpool. School, Ruabon. Matric. Michs. 
1870. Resided three years. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 23, 
1872. Came into possession of about jfsoo a year when still 
at college, and soon ran through it, afterwards living in very 
great poverty in London. Chairman of a Music Hall; 
assistant at a' tobacconist's, etc. (i'enn, 11. 393.) 

GORDON-BROWNE (post BROWNE, H. H. G.), HENRY 
HOSKING. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 7, 1893- [S. of Henry, of 
Cornwall. B. 1876. Educated privately.] Matric. Michs. 
1893; B..^. 1896; M..\. 1926. Served in the S. ."Vfrican War, 
1902. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut., Worcs. 
Regt.; Major; Lieut. -Col., Somerset L.I. (T.F.); D.S.O., 
1918; mentioned twice in despatches). Of 20, Linton Road, 
Oxford, in 1942. (Who's Who, 1942 (sub Browne); Univ. War 
List; D.S.O. Bk. (Browne).) 

GORDON-SMITH, HARRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 

1S94. [Only] s. of Percival [F.R.I.B..\.], of 2, Stonebridge 
Park, Willesden, Middlesex. B. Aug. 7, 1876, at Willesden. 
School, Berkhamsted, Herts. (Dr Fry). Matric. Michs. 1894; 
B.A. 1897; B.C. and M.A. 1901; M.B. 1902. At St Bartholo- 
mew's Hospital. House Physician and House Surgeon, 
W. London Hospital. Clinical Assistant, Royal Eye Hos- 
■ pital. Assistant Medical Officer, London Fever Hospital. 
Medical Supt., Knightwick Sanatorium, Worcester. Tuber- 
culosis Officer for Worcester. Author, medical. Died May 6, 
1939. (Medical Directories; Scott, MSS.) 

GORDON-VAUDIN (formeriy VAUDIN), CHARLES GEORGE. 

Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 187S. Of Beaulieu, Beaumont, 
Jersey. Migrated to Downing, Jan. 20, 1881; B..A. 1S89. 
Ord. deacon (Wakefield) 1890; priest, 1895; C. of St John's, 
Huddersfield, 1890-2. C. of Kirkburton, 1892-3. C. of 
Golcar, 1893-5. Served as R.N. Chaplain in H.M.S. Narcissus 
(China) 1895-6; Immortaliie (Chin^), 1896-9; Hood (Mediter- 
ranean), 1901-2; Northampton, 1902-3; King Alfred, 1903-4; 
Glory (China Station), 1904-5; Tamar (Hong-Kong), 1905-6; 
Ganges, 1906; Impregnable, 1906; retired, 1906. Chaplain to 
Lord SavLle, 1906-9. R. of VVitherley, Leics., 1909-23. 
Chaplain of R.N. College, Osborne, 1915-16. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19. Died Mar. 30, 1923, at Bath. (Crock- 
ford; Univ. War List; The Guardian, Apr. 6, 1923.) 

GORDON-WOODHOUSE, JOHN (1890), see WOODHOUSE, 
JOHN GORDON. 

GORDON-WRIGHT (1874), see WRIGHT, CHARLES GORDON. 



Gore, William 

GORE, ARTHUR LEWIS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus 
Apr. 16, 1853. S. of John (1820), clerk. B. at Windsor 
School, Bath Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1853; Prizeman 
B.A. i860. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1861; priest, 1862 
C. of St Barnabas, Birmingham, 1861-3. C. of Ham, Wilts. 
1863. C. of Grays, Essex, 1864-5. C. of St John-in-Bedwar 
dine, Worcester, 1865-72. Chaplain to the High Sheriff of 
Worcs., 1865. V. of Ogbourne St George, Wilts., 1872-8. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1879. (Clergy List.) 

GORE, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Nov. 6, 1783. 
Of Oxfordshire. [2nd s. of Edward, of Barrow Court, 
Somerset, and Barbara, dau. of Sir George Browne, Bart., 
of Kiddington, Oxon.] Matric. Easter, 1784; B.A. 1788; 
M.A. 1791. A clerk in Holy Orders, 'of Barrow Court, 
Somerset, and of Basing, Hants.' R. of Barrow, -1829. V. of 
Henbury, Gloucs. President, Gloucs. Society, 1816. Married, 
1798, Harriet, dau. of Richard Little, Esq., of Grosvenor 
Place, London. Died Apr. 21, 1841, aged 76. Father of 
William C. (1818); Richard H. (1819) and George (1824). 
(Burke, P. and B. (sub Temple, Eari); L.G., 1862.) 

GORE, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. at King's, Oct. 13, 1881. 
[S. of Canon Arthur, D.D., V. of Bowdon, Cheshire (for whom 
see .41. Dubl.). B. 1862, at Liverpool. Educated at Bowdon 
College, and at Owens College, Manchester.] Matric. Michs. 
1881; Exhibitioner, 1882; B.A. (21st Wrangler) 1884; M.A. 
1889. Assistant Master at Durham School, 1886-7. Senior 
Mathematical Master and Vice-Principal of Liverpool College, 
1888-93. Head Master of Hymers College, Hull, 1893-1927. 
Of Treen, Stepney Grove, Scarborough, in 1943. (King's 
Coll. Adm. Reg.; Schoolmasters' Directories; Scott, MSS.; 
Who's Who, 1943.) 

GORE, GEORGE. .\dm. pens, at Emmanuel, Jan. 21, 1824. 
Of Middlesex. [4th s. of Charles (1783). B. Jan. i, 1807.] 
Matric. Michs. 1824; Scholar, 1825; B.A. 1828; M.A. 1831. 
Ord. deacon (Bristol) Jan. 22, 1831. R. of Christon, Somerset, 
1832-3. R. of Newton St Loe, 1841-78. Died May 22, 1878. 
Distinguish from another of these names in Clergy List. 
(Foster, Index Eccles.; Crockford; Burke, P. and B. (sub 
Temple, Earl).) 

GORE, HUGH. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Downing, June 20, 1874. 
S. of Robert, Esq., of Malahide, Dublin. [B. June 11, 1853.] 
Lieut., Tyrone MiUtia. Sheriff of Tyrone, 1884. Died June 7, 
1933. (Burke, P. and B. (sub Arran).) 

GORE, IRWIN ST JOHN. Adm. pens, at Magdalene, Aug. 22, 
1900. [2nd] s. of Sir St George Ralph [9th]- Bart, [and 
Eugenia Marion, dau. of the Hon. Eyles Irwin Caulleild 
Browne, of Queensland]. B. Jan. 20, 1880. School, Highgate. 
Matric. Michs. 1900. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Capt., 4th Batt., Gloucs. Regt.; wounded). Died Nov. 19, 
1943. (Highgate Sch. Reg.; Burke, P. and B., 1940; Univ. 
War List; G.E.C.; The Times, Nov. 22, 1943.) 

GORE, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 8, 1782. 
S. of John, of London. School, Hackney, London (Mr New- 
combe). Matric. Michs. 1782. Brother of William (1783). 

GORE, JOHN. .\dm. pens, (age 20) at Caius, Jan. 15, 1820. 
S. of Israel, of the Chapel Royal, Lambeth. B. in London. 
School, St Paul's (exhibitioner). Matric. Michs. 1820; B.A. 
1824. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) June 1, 1828; priest, June 14, 
1829; Minor Canon of St George's Chapel, \Vindsor, 1829-71. 
V. of Shalbourne, Berks., 1842-71. Author, Scripture Nar- 
ratives in Verse. Died Dec. 7, 1871. Father of Arthur L. 
(1853). Distinguish from a contemporary in Clergy List. 
(St Paul's Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Venn, 11. 177.) 

GORE (or ORMSBY-GORE), OWEN ARTHUR ORMSBY. Adm. 

pens, at Trinity, Nov. 20, 1837. [3rd s. of William, Esq., of 
Porkington, Salop (and Mary Jane, dau. of Owen Ormsby, 
Esq., of Willowbrook, Co. Sligo, and of Porkington, Salop), 
who assumed the additional name of Ormsby on his 
marriage.] B. Oct. 3, 1820. Matric. Lent, 1838. Capt., 43rd 
Light Infantry. Unmarried. Killed, Apr. 6, 1852, in the 
Kaffir War. (Burke, L.G., 1862.) 

GORE, PERCY AUGUSTUS. Adm. at Caius, Jan. 1, 1885. 
S. of Augustus, of Sidmouth, Devon. B. Dec. 14, 1864, in 
London. School, Bradfield College. Matric. Lent, 1885. 
Resided three years and left owing to ill-health. Yacht- 
builder at Shaldon, Teignmouth, in 1898. (Bradfield Coll. 
Reg., 1935; Venn, 11. 474.) 

GORE, RICHARD HUGH. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Feb. 
i8ig. Of Middlesex. S. of Charles (1783). Matric. Michs. 
.1819; B.A. 1823. Died unmarried. Brother of William C. 
(1818), etc. Not given in Charles Gore's sons in Burke, but 
found in Foster's Peerage. 

GORE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, Jime 12, 

1783. S. of John, of London. School, Hackney, London 
(Mr Newcombe). Matric. Michs. 1783. Brother of John 
(1782). 



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GORE, WILLIAM CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Mar. 7, 1818. Of Gloucestershire. [2nd] s. of Charles (1783), 
clerk, of Barrow Court, near Bristol, Somerset. Matric. 
Michs. 1818; B.A. 1822; M.A. 1825. R. of Barrow, Somerset, 
1829-42. Died unmarried Feb. 17, 1842, at St Kitts. Brother 
of Richard H. (1819), etc. (G. Mag., 1842, 11. 102; omitted 
by Foster in Index Eccles.) 

GORE-BOOTH, DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD. Adm. at Pembroke, 
Oct. 1894. S. [and h.] of James, Col., R.E., of Mouzievaird, 
Oban, Scotland. B. Nov. 15, 1875, at 2, Barvington Villas, 
Shooter's Hill. School, Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs. 
1894; B.A. 1897. 2nd Lieut., Dorset Regt., 1897. Served in 
the South African War and died Jan. 19, 1900, at Pieter- 
maritzburg, of enteric fever. (Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; Burke, 
P. and B.; Army Lists.) 

GORE-BOOTH, HENRY FRANCIS (1868), see BOOTH. 

GORE-BROWNE, THIRLWALL (1869) and GORE-BROWNE, 
WILFRID (1877), see BROWNE. 

GORELL, Baron (1865), see BARNES, JOHN GORELL. 

GOREN, JAMES NEWTON. Adm. pens, at Queens', Apr. 27, 
. 1837. Of Middlese.x. [B. Aug. 5, 1819.] [S. and h. of James, 
of Battersea, Surrey. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1837; 
B..^. {15th Wrangler) 1841; M.A. 1844. Fellow, 1841. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, Jan. 15, 1841. Called to the Bar, Nov. 
22, 1844. Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer. Revising 
Barrister for Marylebone. Died July, 1894, at 77, Edgware 
Road, London. {Eton Seh. Lists, which give 'of Lincoln's 
Inn'; Lazi' Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar; Scott, A/SS.; 
The Guardian, July 18, 1894.) 

GORHAM, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 25, 1875. 
S. of George Martyn, of Masham, Yorks. B. Nov. 21, 1856, 
at Walkeringham, Notts. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. 
Michs. 1875. Migrated to Trinity College, Dublin; Scholar, 
1879; B.A. (DubUn) 1881; Chancellor's Gold Medallist. Adm. 
to the Irish Bar, 1887; at the Enghsh Bar (Lincohi's Inn), 
Apr. 23, 1902. On the North Eastern Circuit. {Shrewsbury 
Sch. Reg.; Dubl. Grads.; Law Lists.) 

GORHAM, GEORGE CORNELIUS. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Apr. 30, 1805. Of Huntingdonshire. [S. of George James, 
merchant and banker, of St Neots. B. there Aug. 21, 1787. 
School, Cheam. D.N.B. states that he was privately educated 
by a Quaker.] Matric. Lent, 1806; Norrisian Prize, 1808; 
B.A. (3rd Wrangler and Smith's Prize) 1809; M.A. 1812; 
B.D. 182 1. Fellow, 1810-27. Resided in Edinburgh as com- 
panion to a nobleman, 1809. Ord. deacon (Lincoln, Litt. dim. 
for Ely) Mar. 10, 1811; priest, Feb. 23, 1812; C. of Becken- 
ham, Kent, 1814-18. C. of Clapham, Surrey, 1818-27. C. of 
Eltisley and Croxton, Cambs., 1830. C. of St Mary's Chapel, 
Maidenhead, Berks., 1840-2. C. of Fawley, Bucks., 1843-6. 
V. of St Just-in-Penwith, Cornwall, 1846-50. V. of Bramp- 
ford-Speke, Devon, 1850-7. Instituted there by Sir H. J. 
Fust, Judge of the Court of Arches, after the Bishop of 
Exeter had taken exception to his views on baptismal 
regeneration. The 'Gorham Judgement' followed two and 
a half years of htigation, and the case raised a storm 6f 
controversy. A foreign visitor congratulated a country which 
knew no more serious revolution than that of ' lepire Gorham.' 
Author, History and Antiquities of Eynesbury and St Neots, 
etc. Reviewed the recorded appearances of Halley's Comet, 
1456-1835, in The Times, Jan. 26, 1836. Died June 19, 1857, 
at Brampford-Speke. Father of the next. {G. Mag., 1857, 
II. 223; G. B. Routledge; Boase, i. 1185; Clergy List; D.N.B. ; 
Scott, MSS.; Diet, of Eng. Church Hist.; Gunther, Early 
Science in Cambridge, 175.) 

GORHAM, GEORGE MARTYN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Apr. 26, 1847. S. of the Rev. George Cornehus (above). 

B. [June 22, 1828], at Clapham, London. School, Repton. 
Matric. Michs. 1847; Scholar, 1849; Crosse Scholar, 1851; 
Bumey Prize, 1851; B.A. (14;* Wrangler) 1851; (Moral Sci. 
Trip., ist Class, 1852); Hulsean Prize, 1853; M.A. 1854. 
Fellow, 1853-5. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 1853; priest, 1854; 

C. of W. Lavington, Sussex, 1854. V. of Walkeringham, 
Notts., 1855-73. Organizing Secretary, S.P.G. and A.C.S. 
in Notts., 1863-73. V. of Masham with Kirkby-Malzeard, 
Yorks., 1873-1904. Rural Dean of Masham, 1877-1901. 
Died there Feb. 29, 1904. {Repton Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; 
Crockford; The Times, Mar. 3, 1904.) 

GORHAM, HARRY MORTON. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. I, 1887. S. of the Rev. H. S. [Henry Stephen (Lichfield 
College)], of Southampton. B. Feb. 5, 1869. School, Hailey- 
bury. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890; M.A. 1898. Assistant 
Master at Sir W. Borlase's School, Marlow, 1891-g; at 
Aysgarth School, Yorks., 1899-1902. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 
1898; priest (Ripon) 1900; C. of Gt Marlow, Bucks., 1898-9. 
Chaplain and Assistant Master of Giggleswick School, 1902-6; 
at Kelly College, Tavistock, 1906-10. C. of Camerton, 
Somerset, 1910-11. R. of Horsenden with Ilmer, Princes 
Risborough, Bucks., 1911-12. Chief Inspector of Schools for 
the dio. of Rochester, 1917-27. Private Chaplain to Earl 



GoRRiNGE, William Hugh 

Ferrers, 1927-37. Of The Chase, Croft, Leicester, in 1947. 
{Haileybury Sch. Reg.; T. A. Walker, 596; Giggleswick Sch. 
Reg.; Crockford.) 

GORHAM, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, J[an. 17, 1840. Of 
Sussex. [B. at Merstham, 1823.] Matric. Michs. 1840; 
Scholar, 1842; B.A. (36(;r Wrangler, 1844) 1845; M.A. 1848. 
Ord. deacon, 1848; priest (Chichester). C. of Aldingboume, 
Sussex, 1850-2; Vice- Principal of Collegiate Institution, 
Cape Town, S. Africa, 1854-8; Assistant Master at St John's 
School, Hurstpierpoint, and Fellow of St Nicholas College, 
Lancing, 1859-66. Died at Hurstpierpoint, Sept. 22, 1866. 
(F. P. White.) 

GORING, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Jan. i, 1825. 
2nd s. of Sir Charles Forster [7th] Bart. [Magdalen College, 
Oxford], of Highden, Sussex. B. [May 17, 1805], in London. 
Schools, Lewes (Mr Merriman) and Westminster. Matric. 
Lent, 1825; B.A. 1829; M..\. 1832. R. of Twineham, Sussex, 
1830-59. Married, Oct. 2, 1832, Maria ."Vrabella, dau. of 
Gen. the Hon. Frederick St John. Their son. Craven Charles, 
succeeded as loth Bart., 1884. Died Aug. 4, 1859. Brother 
of the next, and William (1830). {Record of Old Westminsters, 
which gives 'b. May 19, 1803'; Foster, Index Eccles.; Boase, 
V. 451 {sub son); Clergy List; Burke, P. and B., 1940.) 

GORING, FORSTER. Adm. pens, at Sidney, June 26, 1828 
[4th] s. of Sir Charles Forster, Bart., of Highden, Sussex 
B. Apr. 9, 1807. School, Chiswick (Mr Home). Matric 
Michs. 1828. Cornet, 1st King's Dragoon Guards, 1832-4 
Clerk of the Executive Council of New Zealand, 1862-89 
Married, July 19, 1839, the Hon. Sydney Eloise Yelverton 
dau. of Barry John, 3rd Viscount Avonmore, and had issue 
Died Dec. 8, 1893. Brother of the above and of WiUiam 
(1830). (Burke, P. and B., 1940.) 

GORING, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Caius, May 23, 1825. 
S. of Charles [in the Hon. East India Co.'s service], of , 
Rodmell, Sussex. B. there. School, Farley (Mr Watkins and 
Mr Zillwood). Migrated to Magdalene, Nov. 4, 1825; matric. 
Michs. 1825. {Venn, 11. 195.) 

GORING, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 9, 1830. 
[5th] s. of Sir Charles Forster, of Highden, Shoreham. B. 
there [Dec. 5], 1811. Matric. Michs. 1830. Married (i) 1837, 
Louisa Smith; (2) Apr. 6, 1848, Catherine, dau. of Tho. 
Skryme, and had issue. Died s.p.m. May 9, 1849. Brother 
of Charles (1825) and Forster (1828). (Burke, P. and B., 194; 
Peile, II. 437.) 

GORLE, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Clare, July i, 1824. B. at 
Tewkesbury, Gloucs. Matric. Michs. 1824; Scholar, 1825; 
B.A. 1828; Tyrwhitt Hebrew Scholar, 1829; M.A. 1832; 
Seatonian Prize, 1835. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) Oct. 3, 
1830; priest (Worcester) 1831; C. of Walton Cardiff, Gloucs., 
1830-1. C. of ColeshiU, Warws., 1831-3. C. of Sheldon, 
1833-42. R. of Whatcote, 1842-84. Author, religious and 
poetical. Disappears from Crockford, 1885. Father of the 
next. {Bromsgrove Reg.) 

GORLE, WILLIAM JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Clare, Nov. 22, 
i86g. [S. of James (above), R. of Whatcote, Warws.] Matric. 
Michs. 1870; B.A. 1875. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1874; priest, 
1875; C. of St Peter's, Bedford, 1874-7. C. of Moulton, 
Northants., 1877-8. C. of E. Peckham, Kent, 1878-84. R. of 
Whatcote, Warws., 1884-5. Lived there subsequently and 
disappears from Crockford, 1888. 

GORNALL, HAROLD KENYON. Adm. at St Catharine's, 
June 10, 1893. S. of John Hankinson, surgeon. B. Sept. 21, 
1874, at Warrington, Lanes. Matric. Michs. 1893; Exhibi- 
tioner; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1903. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1899; 
C. of Perry Barr, Birmingham, 1899-1900. C. of Sheriffhales, 
Staffs., 1901-3. Lived latterly at Kendal, Westmorland, and 
disappears from Crockford, 1906. Living subsequently at 
Victoria, B. Columbia; 'A Jesuit Priest.' Brother of the 
next. 

GORNALL, JOHN GUEST. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
May 26, 1885. S. [and h.] of John Hankinson [M.R.C.S., 
J. P.]. B. at Warrington, Lanes. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 
1888; M.A., M.B. and B.C. 1892. At St Thomas's Hospital. 
M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1891. House Surgeon, Stanley Hospital, 
Liverpool. Medical Superintendent, Smallpox Hospital, 
Warrington. Medical Officer of Health for Warrington. 
Author, medical. Brother of the above. {Medical Direc- 
tories, not in 1910; Scott, MSS.) 

GORRINGE, WILLIAM HUGH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 
14, 1886. S. and h. of Hugh, of Kingston House, Kingston- 
by-Sea, Sussex. B. [Nov. 1], 1866, at Southwick, Sussex. 
School, WelUngton. Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889. Private 
Secretary and Agent to Lieut. -Col. R. W. McKergon. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (Major, R. Sussex Regt.). En- 
gaged in farming in Sussex, in 1923. J. P. for Sussex. Of 
Kingston New Barn, Shoreham-by-Sea, in 1942. (Wellington 
Coll. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; Law Lists; Univ. War List; C.U. 
Pari. Reg., 1942.) 



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GoRSE, Henry 

GORSE, HENRY. Adm. scholar at Queens', Michs. 1891. S. of 
WiUiam Henry Litherland. [B. June 21, 1872, at Sankey 
Bridges, Warrington, Lanes. Educated at Botelier Grammar 
School, Warrington.] Matric. Michs. 1891; Foundation 
Scholar, 1892; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1899. Assistant Master at 
King's School, Rochester, 1895-1902. Ord. deacon 
(Rochester) 1897; priest, 1898; C. of St Margaret-next- 
Rochester, 1897-1900. C. of Higham, Kent, 1900-2. C- oJ 
Roby, Lanes., 1902-7. .Assistant Master at Liverpool College, 
1902-11. C. of All Saints', Princes Park, Liverpool, 1908-11. 
Head Master of Newark Granmiar School, and Lie. pr., dio. 
Southwell, 1911-26. V. of Long Sutton, Lines., 1926-40. 
V. of DuUingham, Cambs., 1940-7-. {Queens' Coll. Club, 
1936; Crockford; Schoolmasters' Directories.) 
GORST (post LOWNDES), EDWARD CHADDOCK. Adm. pens, 
(age 18) at Trinity, Mar. i, 1852. S. [and h.] of Edward 
Chaddock Gorst [soUcitor, of Preston, Lanes., who took the 
name of Lowndes]. B. Dec. 6, 1833, at Preston. School, 
Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1852; B.A. 1856, as Lowndes, E. C.; 
M.A. 1859. .Assumed the surname and arms of Lowndes, by 
Roval licence, July 18, 1853. Of Palterton Hall, Derbs., and 
of Castle Combe, Chippenham, Wilts. J. P. for Lanes, and 
Wilts. D.L. for Wilts. High Sheriff of Wilts., 1874. Died 
May 13, 1909. Brother of John E. (1853) and Thomas W. 
(1858). (Burke, L.G., 1925-) 
GORST, ERNEST LAKE le FLEMING FREELAND. Adm. pens, 
at St John's, Aug. i6, 1890. S. of the Rev. Peter Freeland 
(1858), R. of Saxby, Leics. [and Mary Elizabeth Baker]. 
B. Nov. 27, 1871, at Saxby rectory. School, Oakham 
(Rev. E. V. Hodge). Matric. Michs. 1890; Exhibitioner; 
B.A. 1893; M.A. 1897. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1894; priest, 
1895; C. of Asfordby and Kirby Bellars, Leics., 1894-8. 
V. of Kirby Bellars, 1898-9. V. of Bickley, Cheshire, and 
Chaplain to the Marquess of Cholmondeley, 1899-1935. 
Rural Dean of Malpas, 1917-35. Surrogate, 1920-42. Hon. 
Canonof Chester, 1926-40. V. of Waverton, 1935-6. Married 
and had issue. Lived latteriy at Coney Grove, Christleton, 
where he died Jan. 25, 1942. Buried there. (Crockford, 1941 ; 
Who's Who, 1942; The Times, Jan. 28, 1942.) 
GORST, JOHN ELDON. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 21, 1853. 
[2nd] s. of Edward Chaddock, Esq. (who took the surname 
of Lowndes) [and Ehzabeth, dau. of John D. Nesham]. B. 
[May 24, 1835], at Fishergate, Preston, Lanes. Bapt. May 30, 
1835. [School, Preston Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 1853; 
Scholar; B.A. (yd Wrangler) 1857; M.A. i860. Fellow, 
1857-60; Hon. Fellow, 1890. President of the Union, 1857. 
Assistant Master at Rossall School. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, Apr. 18, 1857. Went to New Zealand, i860. Civil 
Commissioner of Waikato, 1861-3. Returned to England and 
called to the Bar, May i, 1865. On the Northern Circuit. 
Q.C., 1S75. M.P. for Cambridge Borough, 1S66-8; for 
Chatham, 1875-92; for the University, 1892-1906. Knighted, 
1885. Solicitor-General, 1885-6. Under-Secretary of State 
for India, 1886-91. Deputy Chairman of Conunittees, House 
of Commons, 1888-91. British Plenipotentiary at the Labour 
Conference, Berlin, 1890. P.C, 1890. F.R.S., 1896. Finan- 
cial Secretary to the Treasury, 1891-2. Rector of Glasgow 
University, 1893-6. Of Castle Combe, Wilts. Married 
(i) Aug. 18, i860, at Geelong, Australia, Mary Elizabeth, 
dau. of the Rev. Lorenzo Moore, of Christchurch, N.Z.; 
(2) Sept. 23, 1914, Mathilda Jane Ethel, dau. of Edward 
Johnson. One of the original founders of the Primrose 
League. Author, The Children of the Nation; New Zealand 
Revisited. Died Apr. 4, 1916. Buried at Castle Combe, Wilts. 
Brother of Edward C. (1852) and Thomas W. (1858); father 
of John E. (next). (D.N.B.; Diet, of N.Z. Biog.; Law Lists; 
Scott, MSS.; Foster, Men at the Bar; Burke, L.O.; Wfu) was 
Who; The Times, Apr. 5, 1916.) 
GORST, JOHN ELDON [LOWNDES]. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 9, 1879. S. [and h.] of John Eldon (above), of BoUng- 
broke Grove, Wandsworth Common, London. B. [June 25, 
1861], in London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1879; 
(21st Wrangler, 1882); B.A. 1883; M.A. 1903. .-Vdm. at the 
Inner Temple, Jan. 28, 1881 (as John Lowndes Gorst). 
Called to the Bar, June 25, 1884. Entered the Diplomatic 
Service, 1885. .\gent and Consul-General in Egypt ; Financial 
Adviser to the Khedive ; Private Secretary of Finance to the 
Egyptian Government. A minister plenipotentiary in the 
Diplomatic Service, 1904-11. Assistant Under-Secretary of 
State for Foreign ASairs, 1904-7. Grand Cordon of the 
Medjidie and Osmanieh. K.C.B. G.C.M.G. Died July 12, 
191 1, at Castle Combe Manor, Wilts. (Eton Sch. Lists (John 
Lowndes Gorst); Scott, A/.SS.; Law Lists; Burke, L.G.; 
Foster, Men at the Bar (John Lowndes); The Times, July 13, 
1911.) 
GORST, PETER FREELAND. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 7, 
1858. Of Chester. S. of Robert Ellison, surgeon [and 
Charlotte Mary]. B. [Nov. 17, 1838], at Bebington. Bapt. Jan. 
20,1839. Matric. Michs. 1S58; B.A. 1862; M..\. 1867. Rowing 
'blue,' 1862. Ord. deacon (York) 1862; priest (Peterb.) 1864; 



Gorton, The Rev. William 

C. of Hohne, Yorks., 1862-3. C. of Medboume, Leics., 
1863-4. C. of Saxby, 1864-8. R. of Saxby with Stapleford, 
1868-1918. Rural Dean of Framland, 1896-1918. J. P. for 
Leics. Married, 1864, Mary, dau. of J. L. Baker, Esq., 
formeriy of the Madras .\rray. Died Dec. 31, 1918, at Jklelton 
Mowbray. Father of Ernest L. le F. F. (1890). (Book of 
Blues; Crockford; Eccles. Gazette, Sept. 13, 1864; Scott, 
MSS.; The Times, Jan. 3, 1919.) 

GORST (post LOWNDES), THOMAS MEE. Adm. Fell. -Com. at 
St John's, Dec. 15, 1820. Of Lancashire. [S. and h. of 
Edward, Esq., of Preston.] School, Preston Grammar. 
Matric. Michs. 1821; B.A. 1825; M.A. 1829. Took the sur- 
name of Lowndes, Jan. 18, 1841, under the will of his great- 
uncle, Robert Lowndes. Called to the Bar, Middle Temple, 
Nov. 24, 1826. Died unmarried June i, 1853. (Burke, L.G., 
1925; Changes of Name.) 

GORST, THOMAS WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 7, 
1858. S. of Edward Chaddock [took the name of Lowndes], 
of West Cliff, Preston, Lanes. B. there [Feb. 5], 1840. 
School, Liverpool Collegiate Institution (Mr Howson). 
Matric. 1858; B.A. 1862; M..^. 1865. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, June 5, 1861. Called to the Bar, Apr. 30, 1864. 
Solicitor to the Commissioners of H.M. woods, forests and 
land revenues, 1877. Married and had issue. Of 90, Oxford 
Terrace, Edgware Road, London, in 1885. Died Mar. 26, 
1908. Brother of Edward C. (1852) and John E. (1853). 
(Laiv Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar; Burke, L.G., 1925.) 

GORST, WILLIAM CHADDOCK. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Caius, 
Mar. 19, 1781. [3rd] s. of Robert, gent., of Preston, Lanes. 

B. there [Nov. 4, 1760]. Schools, Winwick (Mr Worthington), 
Holland (Mr Hooton), Chester Grammar (Mr Vanburgh) and 
Richmond, Yorks. (Mr Zouch). Scholar, 1781-4; matric. 
Lent, 1782; B.A. 1785; M.A. 1788. In Holy Orders. Died 
Oct. 23, 1798. Buried at Preston. (Venn, 11. 104; not found 
in Index Eccles.) 

GORTON, CHARLES REYNOLDS. Adm. pens, (age 21) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1874. S. of Thomas, Esq. B. at Holcombe. 
School, Lancaster Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 
1878; M.A. 1882. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1878; priest, 1879; 

C. of Worksop, Notts., 1878-80. V. of Walesby, 1880-1915. 
Died Feb. 22, 1915. Buried at Walesby. (Crockford; The 
Times, Feb. 24, 1915.) 

GORTON, FREDERICK ROBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 26, 1849. [3rd] s. of Robert (1817), R. of Badingham, 
Suffolk [and Eliza]. B. there Dec. 4, 1829. School, Marl- 
borough CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1849; B.A. 1853. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) 1853; priest, 1854; C. of Gunthorpe, 
Norfolk, 1853-5. C. of Cariton, Suffolk, 1855-7. C. of 
Badingham, 1857-76. C. of Uggeshall, 1876-7. R. of Bel- 
stead, 1877-1909. Died there July 31, 1909. Half-brother 
of Robert G. (1842). (Crockford; The Times, Aug. 3, 1909.) 

GORTON, GILBERT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, .\ug. 31, 1877. 
Of Devon. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881. Adm. Solicitor, 
July, 1885. Practised at Bideford, Devon. (Law Lists, 1910.) 

GORTON, ROBERT. .\dm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 1817. 
S. of Richard [of Cuckney, Notts., and of Gorton Hall, 
Lanes.]. B. [Jan. 27, 1794], at Cuckney. Matric. Michs. 
1817. Migrated to Jesus, Apr. 21, 1818; B.A. 1822; U.A.. 
1825. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Oct. 9, 1831; priest, Oct. 7. 
1832. R. (and patron) of Badingham, Suffolk, 1831-73- 
Diocesan Inspector of Schools for Deanery of Hoxne, 1870-3. 
Married (i) Feb. 1823, Frances, dau. of Samuel Gregson; 
(2) Jan. 27, 1829, Eliza, dau. of Richard George, of Bath. 
Died Jan. 1873. Father of Frederick R. (1849) and Robert G. 
(next). (Foster, Index Eccles.; Crockford; Burke, Family 
Records.) 

GORTON, ROBERT GREGSON. Adm. peas, at St John's, 
Nov. 19, 1842. S. of Robert (above), clerk, of Amcott's 
House, E. Retford, Notts, [and Frances]. [B. Dec. 24, 1823.] 
Matric. Michs. 1843; B.A. 1847; M.A. 1857. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) 1847; priest, 1849; C. of Badingham, Suffolk, 
1848-57. R. of Gt Stanmore, Middlesex, 1857-61. R. (and 
patron) of Badingham, Suffolk, 1873-98. Died there Mar. 18, 
189S. Half-brother of Frederick R (1849). (Scott, MSS.; 
Burke, Family Records; Clergy Lists; Crockford states that he 
was P.C. of Mariand, Devon, 1852-7; The Times, Mar. 21, 
1898.) 

GORTON, THOMAS. .\&u\. pens, at Emmanuel, July 6, 1857. 
Matric. Michs. 1857. One of these names was Lieut., 5th 
Artillery, Lanes. Volunteers, in 1873. (Army List, 1880.) 

GORTON, The Rev. WILLIAM. B.A., incorp from Oxford, 181 1 ; 
M.A. from Pembroke, 1811. [S. of David, of Tiverton, 
Devon ] Previously at Balliol College, Oxford, whence he 
had matric. (age 18) Apr. 2, 1784; B.A. (Oxford) 1788. R. of 
West Chickerell, Dorset, 1795-1830. V. of Sherborne, 
1811-30. Died at Chickerell, June 24, 1830. Father of the 
next. (G. Mag., 1830, 11. 91; Foster, Index Eccles.; Al. Oxon.; 
Cant. Act Bk.; Hutchms, 11. 497; iv. 264.) 



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GORTON, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, 
June 9, 1824. S. of William (1811). B. at Weymouth. 
Matric. Michs. 1824; B.A. 1829. Ord. deacon (Bristol) 
Jan. 10, 1829; priest, Jan. 9, 1830; C. of Chickerell, Dorset, 
1829-30. C. of Radipole with Buckland-Ripers, 1831-6. 
V. of Portesham, 1837-86. Died there Oct. 17, 1886. (Foster, 
Index Eccles.; Crockford; Scott, MSS.; The Guardian, 
Oct. 20, 1886.) 

GOSCHEN, GEORGE JOACHIM. Hon. LL.D. 1888. S. and h. 
of William Henry (Goschen), merchant, of the City of 
London. B. Aug. 10, 1831, at Stoke Newington. Educated 
in Germany and at Rugby School (1845). Commoner of 
Oriel College, Oxford; matric. May 22, 1850; B..\. and M.A. 
1875; D.C.L. June 22, 1880; Hon. Fellow, 1882. Hon. LL.D., 
Aberdeen, 188S, and Edinburgh, i8go. Entered his father's 
business (FriihUng and Goschen), in London. Director of 
the Bank of England, 1857. M.P. for City of London, 1863- 
80; for Ripon, 1880-5; for East Edinburgh, 1885. Vice- 
President, Board of Trade, 1865-6. President, Poor Law 
Board, 1868-71. First Lord of the Admiralty, 1871-4. 
Minister Plenipotentiary at Constantinople, 1880-1. Chan- 
cellor of Duchy of Lancaster, 1886. Chancellor of the 
Exchequer, 1887. P.C. Created Viscount Goschen, 1900. 
Chancellor of Oxford University, 1903. Married, Sept. 22, 
1857, Lucy, dau. of John Dalley. Author, Theory of the 
Foreign Exchanges; Essays and Addresses on Economic 
Questions. Died Feb. 7, 1907, at his residence, Seacox Heath, 
Hawkhurst, Kent. (D.N.B.; Burke, P. and B.; Al. Oxon.; 
Scott, MSS.; Sir Arthur Elliot, Life of Lord Goschen.) 

GOSLI (post CARRIGHAN), ARTHUR JUDD. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, Nov. 26, 1798. S. of — , of Stamford. School, 
Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1802; B..\. (12th Wrangler) 
1803, as A. J. Carrighan; M.A. i8o6; B.D. 1813, as A. J. 
Carrighan. Fellow, 1804-33. Senior Dean, 1814-16. Sacrist, 
1822-3. Steward, 1823-4 and 1826-33. Lady Margaret 
Preacher, 1824-33. Ord. priest (Peterb.) June 23, 1805. 
R. of Barrow, Suffolk, 1832-45. Married, Aug. 1833, Julia, 
youngest dau. of Thomas Mills, of Gt Saxham Hall, Suffolk. 
Resumed his father's name of Carrighan. 'Carrighan had 
many charms, but it will suffice to say he was a gentleman 
and a scholar.' Died Mar. 13, 1845, aged 64, at Barrow rec- 
tory. (Northants. Clergy, which mistakenly gives 'Gosling' 
St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 275; Clergy List; T. G. Hake, 
Memoirs, 163; G. Mag., 1845, 11. 91.) 

GOSLING, GEORGE LANGHAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 15, 1891. [4th] s. of Francis, of Wellbury, Hitchin, 
Herts. B. [Mar. 24], 1S73, at Hitchin. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1898. Ord. deacon (Wor- 
cester) 1896; priest, 1897; C. of Halesowen, Worcs., 1896- 
1903. R. of Lyng, Norfolk, 1903-10. General Secretary of 
S.P.C.K., 1910-47-. Hon. Canon of St Albans, 1930-47-. 
Of The Nide, Lancaster Road, St Albans, in 1943. (Eton 
Sch. Lists; Crockford; Wlio's Who in Herts.; Scott, MSS.; 
C.U. Pari. Reg., 1942.) 

GOSLING, LIONEL FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 30, 1887. S. of George Frederick [Major, 102nd Madras 
Fusiliers], of Puttenham Priory, Guildford, Surrey. B. 
[Sept. 5], 1868, in London. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 
1887; B.A. 1890. Of Kenton, Middlesex. Died Oct. 23, 1939. 
(Harrow Sch. Reg.; The Times, Oct. 24, 1939.) 

GOSLING, ROBERT CUNLIFFE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 30, 1887. S. and h. of Robert [J. P. and D.L.], of Hasso- 
bury, Essex. B. [June 15, 1868], at Famham, Hants. School, 
Eton. Matric. 1887; B.A. 1890. Cricket 'blue,' 1888, 1889, 
1896; football (assoc.) 'blue,' 1890. Of Hassobury, Essex. 
J. P. for Essex and Herts. D.L. for Essex. High Sheriff of 
Essex, 1902. Died Apr. 8, 1922, at Hassobury. Brother of 
the next and of William S. (1889). (Eton Sch. Lists; Book of 
Blues; Burke, L.G., 1925; Scott, MSS.; The Times, Apr. 11, 
1922.) 

GOSLING, THOMAS SPENCER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 30, 1896. [7th] s. of Robert, of Hassobury, near 
Bishop's Stortford, Herts. B. there [Oct. 14], 1878. School, 
Eton. Matric. Lent, 1897; B.A. 1900. Football (assoc.) 
'blue,' 1899, 1900; Capt. 1900. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Lieut., R.G.A.). J. P. for Essex, 1915. Of The 
Moat, Pebmarsh, in 1939. Died Oct. 19, 1946. Brother of 
the above and of the next. (Eton Sch. Lists; Book of Blues; 
Burke, L.G., 1939, which gives 'b. Oct. 14, 1877.') 

GOSLING, WILLIAM SULLIVAN. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1889. 
[2nd] s. of Robert [of Hassobury], Bishop's Stortford, Herts. 
[B. July 19, 1869.] School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1889. 
Lieut., Scots Guards, 1891; Capt., 1899; retired, 1903. 
Served in S. African War, 1900-2 ; served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Major, Scots Guards; mentioned for 'valuable 
services'). Major, Essex Yeomanry. J. P. and D.L. of Essex. 
High Sheriff, 1927. Of Hassobury, Essex, in 1939. Patron 
of the hving of Farnham. Brother of Robert C. (1887) and 



GossAGE, Ernest Frederick 

Thomas S. (1896). (Eton Sch. Lists; Univ. War List; Burke, 
L.G., 1939; Army Lists.) 

GOSNELL, ARTHUR WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 

Oct. 7, 18S0. S. of Thomas. B. [June 14, 1861], at Newport, 
Salop. School, Newport (T. Colhns, M.A.). Matric. Michs. 
1880; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1888. Assistant Master at King's 
College, Taunton, 1S84-7; at Christ's College, Hobart, 
Tasmania, 1887-92; at St Peter's College, Adelaide, 1892-3. 
Principal of Clifton House School, Adelaide, 1893-9. Re- 
turned to England and became Head Master of Melksham 
High School, Wilts., 1900-29. Died Apr. 21, 1944, at Bridg- 
water. (Schoolmasters' Directories; Peile, 11. 676; The Times, 
Apr. 25, 1944.) 

GOSNELL, CHARLES PERCY. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. I, 1872. S. of Charles, Esq., of The Abbey, Heme Hill. 
Matric. Michs. 1872. Doubtless father of the next. 

GOSNELL, RALPH PERCY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 

1899. S. of Charles Percy (? the above), of Eyford, Surbiton, 
Surrey. B. [Aug. 13, 1881], at Surbiton. School, Charter- 
house. Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902; M.A. 1906. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., H.A.C.). Director of the 
firm of Messrs John GosneU and Co., manufacturing per- 
fumers. Sometime of 28, Drayton Gardens, S. Kensington. 
Died Sept. 25, 1939, whilst on duty at a fireboat station. 
(Charterhouse Sch. Reg. ; Univ. War List ; The Times, Sept. 27, 
I539-) 
GOSNEY, OSWALD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 2, 1892. 
Matric. Michs. 1892; Exhibitioner; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1899. 
Ord. deacon (St Albans) 1895; priest, 1897; C. of St 
Matthew's, West Ham, 1896-1903; P.C. there, 1909-23. C. 
of St Simon's, Southsea, Hants., 1903-5. C. of Trinity with 
Christ Church, Chesterfield, Derbs., 1905-8. C. of Emmanuel, 
Maida HUl, London, 1908-9. V. of North Weald, Essex, 
1923-41. Rural Dean of Ongar, 1930-41. Lived latterly at 
Stanway, Essex, where he died Jan. 9, 1942. Buried at 
North Weald. (Crockford; The Times, Jan. 13, 1942.) 

GOSNOLD, PERCY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. i, 

1892. Of Bristol. S. of — , commercial traveller, deceased. 
B. 1874, at Bristol. School, Penrith High. Matric. Michs. 
1892; B.A. 1895. 

GOSS, CHARLES FREDERICK. .'Vdm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1874. [4th] s. of Henry, Esq. [wine merchant]. B. 
[1855], at CamberweU, Surrey. Matric. .Michs. 1874; B.A. 
1878. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 19, 1878. Called to 
the Bar, Jan. 26, 1882. Died Sept. 15, 1893, at Carlsbad. 
(Foster, Men at the Bar; Scott, MSS.; Law Lists; The 
Guardian, Sept. 20, 1893.) 

GOSS, Sir JOHN. Mus.Doc, 1876. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June I, 1876. S. of Joseph [organist], of Brixton, Surrey 
and of Fareham, Hants. B. [Dec. 27, 1800], at Fareham. 
School, Chapel Royal Choir, St James's Palace, London. 
Organist of St Luke's, Chelsea, 1825. Professor of Harmony, 
Royal Academy, 1827. Organist at St Paul's, 1838-72. 
Composer to the Chapel Royal, 1856. Knighted at Windsor 
Castle, Mar. 19, 1872, for his anthem 'The Lord is my 
strength,' written on the occasion of the Prince of Wales' 
recovery. Composed an anthem for the funeral of the Duke 
of Wellington, 1852. Married, 1821, Lucy Emma, dau. of 
William Nerd. Author, Introduction to Harmony; Sacred 
Minstrel; Church Psalter (with W. Mercer). 'The last of an 
illustrious Une of EngUsh composers who confined themselves 
almost entirely to ecclesiastical music' Died May 10, i88o, 
at his residence, 15, Clarewood Terrace, Lambeth Road, 
London. M.I. in crypt of St Paul's by J. Belcher and Hamo 
Thomycroft. (Boase, 1. 1186-7; W. A. Barrett, English 
Church Composers, 173-8; Z). 7V.fi.; Grove, Dictionary; The 
Times, May 12, 1880.) 

GOSS, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, Oct. 1896. S. of 
John, clerk, deceased [Exeter College, Oxford]. B. [Nov. 20, 
1877], at Brixton, Surrey. School, Rossall. Matric. Michs. 
1896; B.A. 1900; B.C. 1904; M.B. 1905. At Guy's Hospital; 
House Physician; CUnical .Assistant and House Surgeon 
there. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1903. Casualty Officer, E. London 
Children's Hospital, Shadwell. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Capt., R.A.M.C. ; specialist with Vlth (Poona) 
Division, 1917-19). In practice at Gloucester, in 1943. 
(Rossall Sch. Reg.; Medical Directories; Army Lists; Univ. 
War List.) 

GOSSAGE, ERNEST FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. II, 1881. S. of Frederick Herbert, manufacturer [and 
Clara Eliza]. B. at Widnes, Lanes. Bapt. Nov. 16, 1863. 
Matric. Michs. 1881. Migrated as Fell. -Com. to Downing, 
Oct. 8, 1883. Of Winwood, Budleigh Salterton, Devon, 
where he died Feb. 25, 1933. Brother of the next. (The 
Times, Feb. 27, 1833, and Who's Who, both of which describe 
him as 'Lieut. -Col.'; not found in Army Lists.) 



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GOSSAGE, WILLIAM WINWOOD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 3, 1881. S. and h. of Frederick Herbert, soap maker 
[of Camp Hill, Woolton], and Clara Eliza. B. Apr. 9, 1862, 
at Widnes, Lanes. Bapt. May 3, 1862. Matric. Michs. 1881. 
Hon. Col., 3rd W. Lanes. Brig'., R.F.A., 1904. In the firm of 
W. Gossage & Co., chemical manufacturers, Widnes. Mayor 
of Widnes, 1901-2. Died Aug. 28, 1934, at Munstead, 
Godalming. Brother of p:rnest F. (1881). {Army Lists; The 
Junes, -A.ug. 29, 1934.) 

GOSSE, EDMUND WILLIAM. Hon. M.A. 1886. Adm. 'by order 
of the Council' at Trinity, Oct. 14, 1889. Only s. of Philip 
Henry (F.R.S., for whom see D.N.B.). B. Sept. 21, 1849, 
in London. Clark Lecturer in English Literature, 1884-90. 
Hon. Litt.D. 1920. Hon. LL.D., St Andrews, 1899 and Sor- 
bonne; Strasburg, 1920; Gothenburg, 1923. C.B., 1912; 
Knighted, 1925. Commander of the Legion of Honour, 1925. 
Assistant Librarian of the British Museum, 1867-75. Trans- 
lator to the Board of Trade, 1875-1904. Librarian of the 
House of Lords, 1904-14. President of the Enghsh Associa- 
tion, 1921. Trustee of the National Portrait Gallery. Vice- 
President of London Library, 1922. An eminent figure in 
the world of letters, best known for his autobiographical 
novel. Father and Son, first published in 1907, and crowned 
by the French Academy in 1913. His more formal Life of 
P. H. Gosse appeared in 1890. Wrote biographies of Gray, 
Congreve, Donne, Jeremy Taylor, Patmore, Sir Thomas 
Browne, Ibsen and Swinburne. His poems were collected in 
1911, and his essays in 1913. Other works include Northern 
Studies; Seventeenth Century Studies; History of Eighteenth 
Century Literature; The Jacobean Poets; Illustrated Record of 
English Literature (vols. in. and iv.); French Profiles; Books 
on the Table. The title Inter Arma sufficiently indicates that 
Tor him, even in 1916, the muses were not silent. Lived 
latterly at i", Hanover Terrace, London. Died May 16, 
1928. {Who was Who; The Times, May 17-26, 1928; Scott, 
MSS.; Chaiteris, Life and Letters of Sir E. Gosse; Braybrooke, 
Considerations ; Bellows, Some Memories.) 

GOSSE, ROBERT WILKES. Matric. Non-Coll. Lent, 1875; B.A. 
1879; M.A. 1S97. Ord. deacon (Ossory) 1878; priest (Cork) 
1879; C. of Marmullane, Co. Cork, 1878-9. C. of Halton, 
Sussex, 1879-82. C. of Cro.xton, Lines., 1882-3. C. of 
St Nicholas, Nottingham, 1883-4. C. of L. Munden, Herts., 
1884-5. R. of Bratton St Maurice, Somerset, 1887-95. C. of 
St John-the-Evangelist, Reading, 1895-7. Consular Chaplain 
at Bahia, Brazil, 1898-1903. Disappears from Crockford, 
1904. 

GOSSELIN, MARTIN HADSLEY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
July I, 1S32. S. of .-Admiral Thomas le Marchant (for whom 
see D.N.B.), J. P., of Bengeo Hall, Herts, [and Sarah, dau. 
and heiress of Jer. R. Hadsley, of Ware Park]. B. [at Bengeo, 
July 5], 1813. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1832; B..^. 
1837. Of Ware Park, Herts. J. P. for Herts. High Sheriff, 
1859. Married, Feb. i, 1843, Frances, dau. of Admiral Sir 
John Marshall, K.C.H., C.B. Died Oct. 8, 1868. {Harrow 
Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G., 1862; Peile, 11. 445; Who was Who, 
under his son, gives ' of Ware Priory and Blakesware, Herts.') 

GOSSET, CHARLES HILGROVE ROBIN. Adm. pens, (age 21) 
at Jesus, Oct. 5, 1864. S. of Isaac Hilgrove. B. in Jersey. 
School, Victoria College, Jersey. Matric. Michs. 1864; B.A. 
1868. To be distinguished from a contemporary St Andrew's 
clerk, Charles Hilgrove, s. of Isaac Henry, V. of Northam, 
N. Devon. 

GOSSET, CLEMENT HAMMOND. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, Apr. 12, 1845. S. of Isaac [Exeter College, Oxford, 
for whom see Boase]. B. at St Saviours, Guernsey. School, 
Elizabeth College, Guernsey (Mr Davies). Matric. Michs. 
1845; B.A. 1849; M.A. 1852. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1851; 
priest, 1852; C. of St Luke's, Jersev, 185 1-4. C. of Farring- 
don, Hants., 1S54-7. C. of W. Tisted, 1S57. C. of Harbridge, 
185S. C. of GreyweU, 1859-60. R. of Langton-Herring, 
Dorset, 1860-98. V. of Fleet, 1883-5. Married, 1857, 
Lucinde, dau. of Rear-.^dmiral SjTnonds, of Lymington. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1899. {Eccles. Gazette, Jan. 12, 
1858.) 

GOSSET, GEORGE. Adm. (age 18) at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, Oct. 13, 1866. [2nd] s. of Isaac Henry [Exeter College, 
Oxford], V. of Northam, Devort. Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 
1870; M..\. 1876. At University College and Middlesex 
Hospitals. M.R.C.S., 1875. .Assistant Physician, Middlesex 
Hospital. Practised at Abingdon, Berks., 1876-83; at 
Leeston, Christchurch,, N.Z., 1883-1908. New Zealand Golf 
champion, 1895. Lived at Sumner, Christchurch, 1920-30. 
Died May 10, 1931, aged 83, at WatUngton, Oxon. {King's 
Coll. Adm. Reg.; Medical Directories; 2 he Tunes, June 13, 
1931-) 

GOSSET, JOHN HERBERT de PAZ THOROLD. Adm. pens, 
(age 19) at Pembroke, Oct. i, 1888. S. of John Jackson, 
Esq., of Thames Ditton. B. there [Oct. 16, 1869]. School, 
Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 18S8; B.A. 1891; LL.M. 1896. 



GosTLiNG, Ernest Victor 

Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, June, 1895. Author, legal. 
Of 136, Chesterton Road, Cambridge, in 1943. (Latf Lists.) 

GOSSET, MATTHEW JOHN ALFRED. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Jesus, Oct. 4, 1855. [2nd] s. of Ralph Allen, Esq. [later 
K.C.B.]. [B. June 22, 1837], at Westminster. Matric. Lent, 
1856. Chief Clerk, Inland Revenue Office. Died Mar. 12, 
1921. (Burke, L.G., 1939.) 

GOSSET, MONTAGUE CALLAWAY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Apr. 25, 1862. S. [and h.] of Montague [solicitor, for whom 
see D.N.B.], of 43, Doughty Street, Mecklenburgh Square, 
London. B. [Aug. 3], 1843. School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 
1862; B..\. 1866; M.A. 1869. Adm. Solicitor, i87r. Of the 
firm of Montague Gosset and Son, 4, Coleman Street, London. 
Died June 12, 1915, at his residence. Crescent House, Rams- 
gate. {Law Lists; The Times, June 15, 1915.) 

GOSSET or GOSSETT, THOMAS STEPHEN. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Jan. 12, iSoS. [Younger s. of Isaac, of Exeter 
College, Oxford, the biographer, for whom see D.N.B.] 
Matric. Michs. 1808; Scholar, 1809; Craven Scholar, 1811; 
Chancellor's Medal; B.A. {gth Wrangler) 1812; M.A. 1815. 
Fellow, 1813-47. V. of Old Windsor, Berks., 1824- (vacant, 
1838). C. of the Chapel Royal, Cumberland Lodge, Windsor, 
-1841-. Lived latterly at Old Windsor. Died July 22, 1847, 
at his residence in Cornwall Terrace, Regent's Park, London. 
(Foster, Index Eccles.; Clergy Lists (Gossett); The Patrician, 
IV. 192; D.N.B., sub Gosset.) 

GOSSIP, GEORGE HATFEILD. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 

Nov. 2, 1816. [3rd s. of William, Capt., 6oth Royal Rifle 
Corps. B. Apr. 21, 1797, at Hatfield, Yorks.] Matric. Lent, 
1817. Of De Beauvoir Road, Kingsland, Middlesex. Married, 
Feb. 4, 1841, Mary Ellen, dau. of Charles Dingley, of New 
York, U.S.A. Died Feb. 1882. Brother of the next. (Burke, 
Family Records.) 

GOSSIP, JOHN HATFEILD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pembroke, 

May 31, 1813. [2nd] s. of WilHam, of Hatfield, Y'orks. B. 
there [Sept. 28, 1795]. Matric. Michs. 1813; Scholar; B.A. 
1817; M..'\. 1827. Married, Aug. 8, 1833, Frances, dau. of 
Thomas Wingfield, R. of Bolwick, Northants. Brother of the 
above. (Burke, Family Records (date of death not given).) 

GOSSIP (post WILMER), THOMAS GEORGE. Adm. pens, 
(age 19) at Trinity, Jan. 13, 1827. S. of Randall [of Thorpe 
Arch, Yorks.]. B. [Oct. 10, 1808], at Canterbury. Schools, 
Charterhouse and Eton. Matric. Michs. 1827; B.A. 1831; 
M.A. 1841, as Wilmer. Assumed, by Royal Ucence, the sur- 
name and arms of Wilmer, Oct. 25, 1832. Ord. deacon 
(Durham) July 23, 1836; C. of W. Wickham, Kent,-i84i-2. 
Minister of St John-the-Evangelist, Eccles, Lanes., 1843. 
R. of W. Coker, Somerset, 1843-5. Married, 1840, Emma 
Raven. Died s.p. Dec. 25, 1845. Brother of Wilmer (1821). 
{List of Carthusians; Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, E.G., 1862 
(under Hatfeild) ; Durham Ord. Bk. ; Clergy List ; Changes of 
Name.) 

GOSSIP (post de RODES), WILLIAM HATFEILD. Adm. pens, 
at St John's, Feb. 8, 1843. S. of William Hatfeild, Esq., 
of Hatfield, Yorks. [and Sarah Margaret]. B. there [.Aug. 22, 
r824]. School, Rugby. Of Barlborough Hall, Derby, and 
of Hatfield, Yorks. J. P. and D.L. for Yorks. and Derbs. 
Assumed, by Royal licence, the name and arms of de Rodes, 
Apr. 4, 1844, pursuant to the will of the Rev. CorneUus H. R. 
Rodes, of Barlborough Hall. Married, Sept. 7, 1854, the 
Hon. Sophia Felicite, dau. of the Hon. and Rev. Alfred 
Curzon. Died s.p. 1883. {Changes of Name; The Herald and 
Genealogist, i. 156; Burke, Family Records.) 

GOSSIP (post WILMER), WILMER. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Pembroke, Dec. 24, 1821. [3rd] s. of Randall, Lieut. -Col., 
of Thorpe Arch, Y'orks. B. [Sept. 2, 1804], at Derby. [School, 
Charterhouse.] .•\ssumed, by Royal licence, the surname and 
arms of Wilmer, Oct. 25, 1832. 'A solicitor' (but not found 
in Laze Lists, 1850, 1880). Married, Dec. 12, 1832, Anne, dau. 
of the Rev. Thomas Wingfield. Brother of Thomas G. (1827). 
{List of Carthusians; Burke, E.G., suh Hatfeild; Changes of 
Name.) 

GOSTLING, AUGUSTUS. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1797. S. of 
George, King's Proctor for the ."Admiralty. Matric. Michs. 
1800; Scholar; LL.B. 1S03; LL.D. 1808. Fellow, 1811-15. 
Of Whitton [Park], Middlesex. Advocate of the Court of 
Arches, 1808. Married, Oct. 26, 1815, Hannah, dau. of the 
late Samuel Prime, Esq., of Whitton, Middlesex. Died s.p.s. 
Mar. 12, r849, aged 66, at Whitton Park. Buried at Egham, 
Surrey. Will (P.C.C.) 1849. Brother of George (1792) and 
John W. (1804). (G. Mag., 1849, i. 445; Cant. Act Bk.; 
R. M. Glencross; E. H. Vigers.) 

GOSTLING, ERNEST VICTOR. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1891. 
S. of George James, dentist, of Stowmarket. B. there 
[.Apr. 6], 1S72. School, Framlingham College (Mr Inskip). 
Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1920; B.Ch. 1920. 
Football (assoc.)' blue,' 1893, i894;Capt.,i895. AtStThomas's 



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Hospital, London. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., igoo. House 
Physician at the Royal Infirmary, Derby. Senior House 
Physician at Addeiibrooke's Hospital, Cambridge. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (Col., R.A.M.C. (T.F.); A.D.M.S.; 
at Suvla Bay; wounded; D.S.O.; mentioned in despatches). 
Assistant Director of Medical Services, East Anglian Division, 
1920. Practised at Needham Market, Suffolk. Died Dec. 30, 
igzz, at Felixstowe. {Venn, u. 520; Scott, MSS.; Medical 
Directories; Univ. War List; Wlio Zi-as Who; D.S.O. Bk.; 
The Times, Jan. i, 1923.) 

GOSTLING, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Trinity Hall, 
Dec. 21, 1792. S. of George, King's Proctor for the Ad- 
miralty. School, Hackney. Resident at Whitton Park, 
Middlesex, in 1834. Brother of -Augustus (1797) and the 
next. 

GOSTLING, JOHN WHALLEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Mar. 16, 1804. S. of George, Esq., of Doctors' Commons. 
Matric. Michs. 1805; Scholar; B.A. 1809; M.A. 1812. V. of 
Egham, Surrey, 181 1-38. Died Jan. 2, 1838, aged 50, at 
Epsom. Admon. (P.C.C.) 1838. Brother of the above and 
of Augustus (1797). (G. Mag., 1838, i. 215 and 440; R. M. 
Glencross; Foster, Index Eccles.; Clergy List.) 

GOTT, ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 2, 1879. 
S. of W. Ewart, of Arniley House, near Leeds. B. [May 18, 
i860], at Roundhay. School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 1879; 
B.A. 1884; M.A. i88g. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1884; priest, 
1885; C. of Stoke-on-Trent, 1884-7. C. of St George's, 
Camberwell, Surrey, 1887-8. C. of Tamworth, 1888-9. Died 
Nov. 9, 1889, at Scarborough. Brother of William H. (1871), 
John A. (1872) and Charles R. (1S82). (Repton Sch. Reg.; 
Burke, L.G., 1939; Crockford; The Guardian, Nov. 20, 1889.) 

GOTT, BENJAMIN SCAIFE. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1884. S. of 
Benjamin, of Bmgley, Yorks. B. there Apr. 18, 1865. 
Schools, Bingley and Bradford Grammar. Matric. Michs. 
1884; Scholar, 1884-8; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 
1886), 1887; M.A. 1891. Science Master at Wesley College, 
Sheffield, 1888-91. Assistant Master at Cheltenham Gram- 
mar School. Head Master, Cheltenham School of Science, 
1 89 1-7. Organizing Secretary of Technical Instruction, 
Middlesex County Council, 1898-1928. Knighted, 1924. 
Chairman, Unemployment Committee of National Council 
of Social Service at the time of his death. Died Feb. 26, 1933, 
at Bolton, Lanes. Buried at Bingley. {Who was Who; Venn, 
II. 467; The Times, Feb. 27, 1933; Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

GOTT, CHARLES RHODES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
Oct. I, 1882. S. of WiUiam Ewart, Esq., J. P., of Armley, 
near Leeds. B. [May 3, 1864], at Wyther, KirkstaU, Yorks. 
School, Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1887; M..A. 
1889. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) 1889; priest, 1890; C. of 
St Mark's, Swindon, 1889-95. V. of Chisledon, and C. of 
Draycot Foliat, Wilts., 1895-8. V. of Latton with Eisey, 
Gloucs., 1898-1913. V. of St Germans, Cornwall, 1913-22. 
Rural Dean of East, 1918-22. V. of Lacock, Wilts., 1922-32. 
Living at Bath, in 1947. Brother of Alexander (1879), 
John A. (1872) and Wilham H. (1871). {Crockford.) 

GOTT, JOHN ADDISON. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Magdalene, 
. Aug. 30, 1896. S. of Thomas Atkinson, of Springfield, 
Castle Road, Kendal. School, Heversham. Matric. Michs. 
1896; Scholar; B.A. 1899; M.A. 1903. Ord. deacon (Durham) 
1900; priest, 1905; C. of Millfield, Durham, 1900-3. C. of 
Christ Church, Gateshead, 1903-4. C. of St George's, Gates- 
head, 1904-9. Assistant Chaplain of the Church of the 
Resurrection, Brussels, 1909-12. C. of Tarporley, Cheshire, 
1912-17. C. of Holy Trinity, Bollington, 1917-21; V. there, 
1921-8. V. of Whitegate, 1928-33. Died there May 9, 1933, 
aged 55. (Crockford; The Times, May 11, 1933.) 

GOTT, JOHN AITCHISON. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Oct. I, 1872. S. of Wilham Ewart, Esq. [of Armley House, 
near Leeds]. B. [.Aug. 24, 1853], at Roundhay. Matric. 
Michs. 1872. Died in 1882. Brother of WiUiam H. (1871), 
Alexander (1879) and Charles R. (1882). (Burke, L.O., 1939.) 

GOTT, WILFRID WILLIAM MAITLAND. Adm. at Trinity 
Hall, 1893. S. [and h.] of John, D.D. [Brasenose College, 
Oxford], Bishop of Truro, of Tunython, Par Station, Corn- 
wall. [B. Sept. 12, 1874.] Schools, Eton and Trinity College, 
Glenalmond. Matric. Michs. 1893. Lieut., 2nd Batt., 6oth 
Rifles. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Major, Rifle 
Brigade; attached King's Royal Rifle Corps; mentioned for 
'valuable services'). Died May 9, 1932. (Eton Sch. Lists; 
Burke, L.G., 1939; Univ. War List; The Times, May 10, 
1932.) 

GOTT, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. (age 19) at Caius, Nov. 13, 
1871. S. [and h.] of William Ewart, of Roundhay, near 
Leeds. [B. there Mar. 11, 1852.] School, Harrow. Matric. 
Lent, 1872. Resided two terms. Succeeded his father in 
1879. Of Armley House, Leeds. J. P. for West Riding of 
Yorks. Lieut.-Col., 4th Batt., W. Riding Regt. of Militia. 
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Leeds, and was renamed 'Gott's Park.' Died Aug. 27, 1929, 
at Selling, near Faversham. Buried at Armley. Brother of 
John .\. (1872), Alexander (1879) and Charles R. (1882). 
(Harrow Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G., 1939; Venn, 11. 401; The 
Times, Aug. 28, 1929.) 

GOTTO, EDWARD ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 30, 
1867. S. of Edward, of The Loys, Hampstead, London. 

B. [Feb. 27, 1851], at Brentford, Middlesex. School, Amer- 
sham Hill, near Caversham, Oxon. (Mr West). Matric. 
Michs. 1868; B.A. 1872; M.A. 1876. Ord. deacon (London), 
1874; priest, 1875; C. of St Peter's, Onslow Gardens, London, 
1S74-6. C. of St John's, Ryde, Isle of Wight, 1876-8. 
Chaplain to Lord Borthwick, at Ravenstone Castle, N.B., 
1879-80. R. of Bridford, Devon, i88o-go. V. of Braunton, 
1890-1916. Lie. pr., dio. Exeter, 1917-35. Died Mar. 13, 
1935- (Crockford; The Times, Mar. 16, 1935.) 

GOTTSCHALCK, GUSTAVE JAMES. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
June 8, 1897. S. of Sigismund. B. [Jan. 22, 1878], at 
Shipley, Yorks. Schools, Salt, Shipley and Bradford Gram- 
mar. Matric. Michs. 1897; Scholar, 189S. Resided nine terms, 
and died during the long vacation of 1900. (Peile, 11. 816.) 

GOTTWALTZ, HENRY BLENCOWE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1887. S. of John Francis [Christ Church, 
Oxford], Esq., of Bideford, N. Devon. B. [1869], at East- 
bourne. School, Sherbonie. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1891; 
M.A. 1898. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1892; priest, 1893; C. of 
St Luke's Cambridge, 1892-8. R. of Thurning, Hunts., 
1898-1929. Lived latterly at Northwold Lodge, Thetford, 
Norfolk, where he died Aug. 11, 1939. Buried at St Lawrence, 
Marston. (Sherborne Sch. Reg.; Northants. Clergy; Crock- 
ford; The Times, .Aug. 14, 1939.) 

GOUDY, ALEXANDER PORTER. [S. of the Rev. Alexander, 
D.D., of Strabane, Ireland. B. there. School, Ayr Academy.] 
Lecturer (Salomons) in Russian, 1900-5. M.A. 1902. Member 
of Clare College. Lecturer in Slavonic (Russian), 1905-37. 
Died Aug. 14, 1946, at Cambridge. 

GOUGH, BENJAMIN BLOOMFIELD. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Feb. 8, 1831. OfTipperary. [Probably s. of Thomas 
Bunbury (1777-1860), Dean of Derry, for whom see Boase, 
V. 457.] [B. 1814.] Matric. Michs. 1831; B.A. 1835; M.A. 
1842. Ord. deacon (Derry) 1836; priest, 1837. R. of Maghera, 
Londonderry, 1862-90. Rural Dean of Derry. Archdeacon 
of Derry. Married, 1838, Letitia, dau. of Benjamin Frend, 
of BoskUl, Co. Limerick. Died 1893. (Crockford; Fox- 
Davies, Armorial Families.) 

GOUGH, CHARLES [JOHN]. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, 
July 4, 1763. S. of Owen (1745), clerk, of Beds. B. [Aug. 19, 
1745], at Leighton Buzzard. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1763; Scholar; LL.B. 1777. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) May 29, 
1768; priest, Sept. 24, 1769; V. of West Thurrock, Essex, 
Mar.-Nov. 1770. R. of Notgrove, Gloucs., 1770-83. V. of 
Newchurch, Isle of Wight, 1783-1816. R. of Bradley, Hants., 
1 783-1 8 1 6. Doubtless died in 18 16 (bothlivings then vacant). 
(Eton Coll. Reg.; St John's Coll. Adm.; Cant. Act Bk.) 

GOUGH, CHARLES MASSEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 13, 
1881. S. of WiUiam Massey, of Langley Grove, Erdington, 
near Birmingham. B. [Nov. 9], 1861, at [Edgbaston], 
Birmingham. School, King Edward's, Birmingham (Mr 
Vardy). Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1888. Ord. 
deacon (Worcester, Litt. dim. for Southwell) 1885; priest 
(SouthweU) 1886; C. of AU Saints', Derby, 1885-8. V. of 
Steeple Claydon, Bucks., 1888-92. C.M.S. Missionary at 
Quetta, Baluchistan, 1892-5; at Batala, 1896; at Narowal, 
1897-1906; at Clarkabad, 1906-15. Acting Secretary of 
C.M.S. , Punjab and Sind Mission, 1914-15; Secretary, 
I9I5--3- R. of St Nicholas, Hereford, 1924-7. R. ofStEbbe, 
Oxford, 1927-36. Lived subsequently at 4, Grove Road, 
Broadwater, Worthing, where he died Jime 16, 1943. 
(Crockford; Who's Who in Oxfordshire; The Times, June 19, 
I943-) 

GOUGH, EDMUND. Adm. sizar (age 36) at Peterhouse, 
June 12, 1858. Of Stanhope, Staffs. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 
1863; priest, 1S64; C. of St Alkmund's, Shrewsbury, 1863-5. 

C. of Martley, Worcs., 1865-6. V. of Warslow, Staffs., 
1866-77. R. of Felsham, Suffolk, 1877-95. Lived latterly at 
4, Old Nelson Street, Lowestoft. Disappears from Crockford, 
1914. (7". A. Walker, 514.) 

GOUGH, FREDERICK FOSTER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Nov. 15, 1842. S. of Ralph, Esq., of Wolverhampton, Staffs 
[and Catharine]. Bapt. Feb. 7, 1825. School, Bridgnorth 
(Dr Rowley). Matric. Michs. 1843; Scholar; B.A. 1847; M.A. 
1853. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1848; priest, 1849; C. of 
St Luke's, Birmingham, 1848-9. C.M.S. Missionary at 
Ningpo, China, 1849-81. Founded Cambridge University 
Church Missionary Society. Lived latterly at 75, Darlington 
Street, Wolverhampton. Died June i, 1889. Brother of 
Howard E. T. (1848). (Boase, v. 456; Crockford.) 



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GOUGH, GEORGE [HUGH]. Adm. pens, (age i8) at Trinity 
Hall, Jan. 28, 1870. [2nd] s. of George Stephens, Viscount 
Gough, of Lough Certra Castle, Gort, Ireland. B. July 25, 
1852. School, Eton. Matric. Lent, 1870; li.A. 1873. Cornel, 
14th Hussars, 1871; Adjutant, 1875-9; Lieut. -Col., 1891. 
Served in the South African War, and in the Egyptian 
Expedition, 1882. Commanded Mounted Infantry in Soudan 
Expedition, 1884-5. Assistant mihtary secretary at head- 
quarters, at the Curragh, 1887-9. C.B., 1894. Private 
Secretary to Viscount Wolseley, 1897-9. A.A.G. to Gen. 
French in S. Africa, 1899-1900. Died Mar. 29, 1900, at 
Nervals Pont, S. Africa. [Boase, v. 456; Army Lists; Burke, 
P. and B., 1940; 7 he Times, Apr. 2, 1900.) 

GOUGH, HAROLD WALTER. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Mar. I, 1888. [Ward of Thomas G. Clayton, Supt. of Carriage 
and Wagon Dcpt., Midland Railway, Derby. School, 
Derby.] Matric. Michs. 1888; Exhibitioner; B..\. 1892; M.A. 
1896. Assistant Master at Northampton School for 12 years; 
at Modern and Technical School for 7 years. Head Master 
of the Preparatory School and House Master, Bristol 
Grammar School, 1908-33-. {Derby Sch. Reg.; Schoolmasters' 
Directories.) 

GOUGH, HARRY PERCY BRIGHT. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
Oct. I, 1899. S. of F. G., of Llanelly. B. there Jan. 18, 1880. 
School, Llandovery (Mr O. Evans). Matric. Michs. 1899; 
B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1902. Assistant Master 
at Neuenheim College, Heidelberg, Geniiany, for 2 years; 
at Lancaster Grammar School for 7 years. Science 
Master at Oakham Grammar School, 1911-14. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Major, Welch Regt.; M.C., Aug. 1917 
and Bar, Nov. 1917). Died Apr. 22, 1918, of wounds received 
in action. {Univ. War List; Scott, MSS.; Schoolmasters' 
Directories.) 

GOUGH, HENZELL. Adm. sizar at St John's, Nov. 14, 1818. 
Of Somerset. [S. of James, Esq., of Wendover, Bucks.] 
Previously at St Edmund's Hall, Oxford, whence he had 
matric. (age 18) .^pr. 23, 1817. Matric. Lent, 1819; B.A. 
1822. Ord. deacon (Ely, Litt. dim. from Bath and Wells) 
Mar. 31, 1822; priest (Gloucester) Dec. 22, 1822. P.C. of .\ust 
and Northwick with Redwick, Gloucs., -1840. Married and 
had issue. Died July 4, 1840, aged 41, at Aust. {Al. Oxon.; 
Clergy List; G. Mag., 1840, 11. 438.) 

GOUGH, HOWARD ENGLAND TUNNICLIFF. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, June 22, 1848. S. of Ralph, Esq., of Gorsebrook 
House, Wolverhampton [and Catherine]. B. there. Bapt. 
Jan. 26, 1828. Matric. Michs. 1848; B.A. 1852; U.A. 1861. 
Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1852; priest, 1853; C. of St Matthew's, 
Wolverhampton, 1853. P-C. of Yealand Conyers, Lanes., 
1854-7. C. of PenkhuU, Staffs., i860. C. of HartshiU, 1861 ; 
P.C.. there, 1861-6-. Married Julia Mead, dau. of the Rev. 
W. A. Cave-Browne-Cave, of Stretton-en-le-Field, Derbs. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1868. Brother of Frederick F. 
(1842). {Clergy List.) 

GOUGH, HUGH SUTLEJ. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 16, 
1866. [S. andh. of Gen. Sir JohnB., G.C.B. B. Feb. 4, 1848. 
School, R.N.C., Gosport.] Matric. Michs. 1866. Had served 
in the Royal Navy, 1862-5. Entered loth R. Hussars as 
Comet, 1865; Capt., 1875; Major, 1881; Bt. Lieut.-Col., 
1884; Col., 1888; Major-Gen., 1900. A.D.C. to Commander- 
in-Chief, India, 1876-81; served in Afghan War, 1878-9; 
in Egyptian campaign, 1884 (mentioned in despatches) ; with 
Bechuanaland Expedition, 1884-5, where he raised and 
commanded 3rd Mounted Rifles. Commanded i8th Hussars, 
1889-93; Assist. Adjt. for Cavalry at Headquarters, 1893-8. 
Lieut. Governor of Jersey, 1904-10; Col. -in-Chief, 20th 
Hussars. C.M.G., 1886. C.B., 1899. Distinguished Service 
Reward, 1905. Retired, 1910. Married, 1886, Beatrice 
Sophia, dau. of Richard Hemming, of Bentley Manor, Worcs., 
and had issue. Of Caer Rhun, Talycafn, N. Wales. J. P. 
and D.L. for Co. Carnarvon. Died Mar. 1920. {Army Lists; 
Who ti'as Who; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families.) 

GOUGH, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, July i, 1856. S. of 
John, Esq. [and Martha]. B. at Frome, Somerset. Bapt. 
Feb. 22, 1839. Matric. Michs. 1856; B.A. i860. Ord. deacon 
(Gloucester) 1861; priest, 1862; C. of St Paul's, Cheltenham, 
1861-7. Minister of Long Load (or Load St Mary), Somerset, 
1 861-7; V. there, 1867-72. Author, Sermons. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1874. Distinguish from a contemporary 
Dublin clerk. 

GOUGH, RICHARD. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Corpus Christi, 
July 24, 1753. Of London. [S. and h. of Harry, Esq., of 
Perry Hall, Staffs., and Ehzabeth, dau. of Morgan Hynde, 
brewer, of London. B. Oct. 21, 1735, in Winchester Street] 
London. Private tuition.] A rigid Presbyterian; his relatives 
petitioned Dr John Barnardiston, Master of the College, 
'not to sufifer him to be matriculated, by which he avoided 
taking the oaths.' He was ' very shy and awkward and much 



GouLBURN, Henry 

the joke of his feUow-coUegians and hardly ever stirred out 
of college but with his tutor.' At the University his studies 
were 'regular and severe,' and the numerous works which he 
compiled and translated at this period are still extant in 
MSS. Left Cambridge in July, 1756, and for 20 years 
travelled through England, often accompanied by John 
Nichols, the printer. In 1774 came into possession of the 
family mansion at Enfield, Middlesex, and of extensive landed 
estates. Married, Aug. 18, 1774, Anne, dau. of Thomas Hall, 
Esq., of Goldings, Herts. F.S.A., 1767; Director of the 
Society, 1771-97. F.R.S., 1775. Author of about 20 works, 
including British Topography, 1768 and 1780; Sepulchral 
Monuments of Great Britain, 1786, 1796, 1799; an edition of 
Camden's Britannia, 1789; a translation of the Arabian 
Nights, 1798; several topographical and numismatic mono- 
graphs. A regular correspondent of the Gentleman's Magazine 
from 1767 onwards, under the signature of ' D. H.', and in 
1786 became leading reviewer of the magazine. 'As he had 
been a member of Corpus Christi College... it might have 
been anticipated that his magnificent and unique library 
would have come to his own University. But there is reason 
to believe that his career was not a happy one. He left 
without a degree. The collection had been designed as a gift 
to the nation. It was offered by its owner under certain 
restrictions to the British Museum, and was refused. Under 
these circumstances Gough left the whole to the Bodleian 
Library.' Died Feb. 20, 1809. Buried at Wormley, Herts. 
{D.N.B.; Sayle, Annals of Cambridge Univ. Lib.) 

GOUGH, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, July 8, 
1829. B. at Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1829. 

GOUGH, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Queens', Apr. 3, 1830. 
Of Salop. I'erhaps same as the above. 

GOUGH, WALTER RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 11, 
1836. [S. of Richard, Esq., of Misterton, Leics., and Kil- 
worth House, Leics. B. 1817. School, Rugby.] Matric. 
Michs. 1836. Rugby Sch. Reg. states that he 'rowed in the 
University VIII, 1839,' but name not recorded in Book of 
Blues in the Westminster to Putney races, before 'blues' 
were given. Died Dec. 26, 1839, aged 23, at Kilworth House. 
(.Apparently confused in Rugby .Sch. Reg. with his brother 
Harry, who was not at Cambridge; G. Mag., 1840, i. 219.) 

GOUGH, WILLIAM ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 2, 1897. Matric. Michs. 1897. 

GOUGH-CALTHORPE, see CALTHORPE. 

GOULBURN, ARTHUR REGINALD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 13, 1881. [3rd] s. of Edward [Colonel], of Betchworth 
House, IBetchworth, Surrey. B. [July 14], 1861, in London. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1881. On the Stock Exchange. 
Of Victoria Square, London, S.W. {Eton Sch. Lists, sub 
Arthur (only); Burke, L.G., 1925, which gives 'b. July 14, 
1863.') 

GOULBURN, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Dec. 30, 
if*35- [3rd s. of Henry (1801), M.P., of Betchworth House, 
Surrey. B. Apr. 8, 1818.] Matric. Michs. 1836; Browne Medal, 
1839; B..\. 1840; M..\. 1843. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Nov. 10, 1839. Called to the Bar, Jan. 26, 1844. Equity 
Draftsman and Conveyancer. Commissioner of Customs, 
1845; Vice-Chainnan of Board of Customs, 1859; Chairman, 
1875-8. C.B., 1871. Married, Mar. i, 1859, the Hon. Jemima 
Townshend Milles, dau. of Lord Sondes. Died May 10, 1878, 
at 57, Ennismore Gardens, London. Brother of Henry (1830). 
{Laie Lists; Burke, L.G., 1939; T. C. Dale; Boase, i. 1190, 
which gives 'died May 8.') 

GOULBURN, FREDERICK ANDERLECHT. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Apr. 4, 1837. [2nd s. of Edward, Esq., Serjeant-at- 
Law, of Kensington, Middlesex. School, Eton.] Matric. 
Michs. 1837; Browne .Medal, 1839; Scholar, 1840. Migrated 
to Merton College, Oxford, whence he matric. Feb. 11, 1841, 
age 21; B.A. (Oxford) 1842; M.A. (Oxford) 1843; Fellow of 
All Souls, 1843-77. Died June, 1877. {Eton Sch. Lists; 
AI. Oxon.) 

GOULBURN, HENRY. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 17) at Trinity, 
May 26, 1801. S. [and h.] of Munbee, of London (Trinity 
College, Oxford). [B. Mar. 19, 1784, at Marylebone.] School, 
Sunbury, Middlesex (Dr Moore). Matric. Michs. 1801; B.A. 
1805; M..\. 1808. A prominent Conservative. M.P. for 
Horsham, 1808-12; forSt Germans, 1812-18; for West Looe, 
1818-26; for Armagh, 1826-31; for the University, 1831-56. 
Under-Secretary of State for the Home Department, 1810- 
12; for the Colonies, 1812-21. Chief Secretary for Ireland, 
1821-7. Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1S28-34 and 1841-6. 
Secretary of State, Home Department, 1834-5. Eccle- 
siastical Commissioner, 1845. P.C, 1821. Hon. D.C.L., 
Oxford, 1834. Friend and executor of Peel. Married, 
Dec. 20, 181 1, the Hon. Jane Montagu, dau. of Matthew, 



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GouLBURN, Henry 

Lord Rokeby. Died Jan. 12, 1856, at his residence, Betch- 
worth House, near Dorking. Father of the next and of 
Frederick (1835). (D.N. Br, Burke, L.G., 1939; Boase, i. 
1190-1; Al. Oxon.; G. Mag., 1856, 1S3-4.) 

GOULBURN, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Oct. 13, 
1830. S. [and h.] of Henry (above). B. Apr. 5, 1813, in 
London. Matric. Michs. 1831; Scholar, 1833; B.A. [znd 
Wrangler; Senior Classic) 1835; ist Chancellor's Medal, 1835; 
2nd Smith's Prize, 1835; Members' Prize, Bachelors (2nd), 
1837; M.A. 1838. Fellow, 1835. CaUed to the Bar, Middle 
Temple, Nov. 20, 1840. Died unmarried June 8, 1843, in 
Downing Street, London. Brother of Frederick (1835). 
(Burke, L.G.; D.N.B., sub his father.) 

GOULD (or BARING-GOULD), ALEXANDER BARING BARING. 

Adm. pens, at C.\ius, July i, 1839. [4th] s. of William 
[Baring Gould], Esq., of Lew-Trenchard, Tavistock [who 
assumed the additional surname of Gould]. B. July 5, 1814, 
at Teignmouth. Schools, Tamerton and .Addiscombe. 
Previously in the Madras Horse Artillery. Matric. Michs. 
1839, as Baring-Gould; B.A. 1S43, as Baring; M.A. 1847. 
Ord. deacon (Hereford) 1843; priest (Worcester) 1844; C. of 
Christ Church, Birmingham, 1843-5. V. of St Mark's, Wolver- 
hampton, 1846-68. V. of EUacombe, Devon, 1868-73. V. of 
Christ Church, Winchester, 1874-90. Married, Feb. 23, 1836, 
Margaret Campbell, dau. of Walter Foggo, D.D. Lived 
latterly at Kelso House, Worthing, where he died Sept. 24, 
1899. Brother of Charles B. (1825); father of the next. 
(Venn, 11. 248 and addenda, 1940; Burke, L.G., 1939; Crock- 
ford; The Times, Sept. 27, 1899.) 

GOULD (or BARING GOULD), BARING. .\dnl. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, July 16, 1861. Of Cambridgeshire. S. of Alexander 
B. B., clerk (above). B.Nov. 12, 1842. Matric. Michs. i86i,as 
Baring-Gould; Scholar, 1862; B.A. 1865; M.A. 1871. Ord. 
deacon (Worcester) 1866; priest, 1867; C. of St George's, 
Edgbaston, 1866-8. C. of West Teignmouth, Devon, 1868-9. 
P.C. of All Saints', Sidmouth, 1869-78. P.C. of St Michael 
and All Angels, Blackheath Park, 1878-88. Secretary to the 
Church Missionary Society, 1888-1913. Lived latterly at 
65, Lee Park, Blackheath, where he died July 4, 1917. (Burke, 
L.G., 1939; Crockford; The Guardian, July 12, 1917.) 

GOULD (or BARING-GOULD), CHARLES BARING. Adm. pens, 
(age 19) at Trinity, July 16, 1825. [3rd] s. of Wilham 
[Baring], of Lew-Trenchard, Devon [took the name and arms 
of Gould]. B. Oct. 21, 1807, at Exeter. School, Thetford 
(Mr Atkinson). Matric. Michs. 1827. Migrated to Magdalene, 
June 26, 1828; B.A. 1831. Ord. deacon, 1831; priest (Exeter) 
1832; R. of Lew-Trenchard, Devon, 1833-81. Married, 
July 23, 1S35, Mary Ann, dau. of Richard Tanner. Died 
Feb. 12, 1881. Brother of .-Mexander B. B. (1839); father of 
Francis (185S). (Burke, L.G., 1862; Foster, Index Eccles.; 
Crockford; The Guardian, Feb. 16, 1881.) 

GOULD, CHARLES JAMES BAINES. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 
1899. [S. and h. of the late John, Weslevan minister, and 
Carohne Baines. B. Feb. 11, 1883. School, Leys.] B.A. 1902; 
M.A. 1925. Ord. deacon (Bristol) 1909; priest, 1910; C. of 
St Mary Redcliffe, Bristol, 1909-11. C. of Grahamstown. 
Cathedral, S. .\frica, 1911-14. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Chaplain in E. ."Africa, 1918). R. of Cathcart, Cape 
Province, 1914-23. R. of St Paul's, Port Elizabeth, 1923-8. 
R. and Rural Dean of Cradock, 1928-37. Canon of Grahams- 
town, 1935-7. R. of Kroonstadt, 1937-47-. Canon of 
Bloemfontein Cathedral, 1939-47-. Author, Grahamston'n 
Cathedral; J. C. A. Duff, A Memoir. (Univ. War List; 
Crockford; Who's Who; C. J. B. Gould; Kelly, Handbook, 
I943-) 

GOULD (or BARING-GOULD), CHARLES SABINE. Adm. pens, 
at Trinity, Oct. 5, 1889. S. of Francis (1858), of i, Onslow 
Road, Richmond, Surrey. B. Mar. 22, 1870, in Natal, S. 
Africa. School, Sherborne. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892. 
Company Director. Of Whiteways, Guildford, in 1937. 
Died Oct. 5, 1946. [Sherborne Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G.) 

GOULD, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Christ's, Nov. 17, 
1817. [Only] s. of WiUiam [Lieut.-Col., Norfolk Militia]. 
B. at Bury St Edmunds. School, Burv (Dr Malkin). Matric. 
Michs. i8i8; B.A. 1822; M.A. 1825. Ord. deacon (Ely, Litt. 
dim. from Norwich) Nov. 2, 1823; priest (Norwich) June 19, 
1825; C. of Horringer (Homingsheath), Suffolk, 1830-6. 
R. of Sproughton, 1836-49. Chaplain to the Sheriff of Suffolk, 
1847. Married Mary Anne Penelope, dau. of the Rev. Henry 
Heigham, of Hunston Hall. Died s.p.m. (sic) Apr. 14, 1849, 
aged 48. Buried at Sproughton. Father of the next. (Bury 
Gr. Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 1849, i. 550; Peile, 11. 388; Foster, 
Index Eccles.; Clergy List.) 

GOULD, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Apr. 3, 
1856. [Only] s. of Edward (above), R. of Sproughton, 
Suffolk. B. there [Sept. 8, 1837]. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1856; B..\. i860. Of the Home Of&ce; Deputy Chief 



Gould, James Douglas 

Inspector of factories and workshops. I.S.O., 1902. Died 
July 23, 1922, at his residence, Aldersey Lodge, Guildford, 
Surrey. Buried at Sproughton. (Eton Sch. Lists; Scott, 
MSS.; Who was Who; The Times, July 26, 1922.) 

GOULD, EDWIN. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 12, 1898. [S. of Charles, 
K.C., of Guildford House, Farnham, Surrey, and Mary Ellen 
Utterton, dau. of the Bishop of Guildford. B. July ii,' 1879.] 
School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901; M.A. 
1907. Assistant Master at Giggleswick School for 7 years; 
at Wellington College (and House Master), 1911-43-. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (2nd Lieut., King's Own (Yorks. 
L.I.); Capt. and Adjt., Lovat's Scouts; Capt., Special List 
(Intelligence Staff). Brotherof Harold U. (1894) and Kenneth 
L. (1896). (Winchester Coll. Reg.; Schoolmasters' Directories; 
Univ. War List.) 

GOULD (or BARING GOULD), FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, .\pr. 24, 1858. S. of Charles Baring (1825), clerk. 
B. Sept. 13, 1839, at Lew-Trenchard, Devon. Matric. Michs. 
1858, as Baring-Gould; Scholar; B.A. 1862. Sailed in 1865 
for S. Africa. After farming in Natal, trekked to the Vaal 
River to prospect for diamonds. The first to peg a claim in 
1871 at New Rush, afterwards Kimberlev. Chairman of the 
Kimberley Central Mines : had a long duel with Cecil Rhodes 
for the control of the diamond mines, in which Rhodes 
prevailed. Returned to England and became one of the 
original directors of the De Beers mines with which the 
Kimberley mines were amalgamated; this he held for 
39 years, up to his death. Married, Dec. 11, 1S66, Flora 
Maria Marsden, dau. of James ."Arthur Davies. Of Merrow 
Grange, Guildford. A great benefactor to Merrow. Died 
there Oct. 2, 1927. Father of Charles S. (1889). (Scott, 
MSS.; Burke, E.G.; The Times, Oct. 30, 1927; The Morning 
Post, Oct. 5, 1927.) 

GOULD, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Trinity Hall, 
Apr. 26, 1864. [5th] s. of Thomas, solicitor, of Sheffield. 

B. Jan. 28, 1843. School, Sherborne. Matric. Michs. 1S64; 
LL.B. 1868. .\dm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 21, 1866. Called 
to the Bar, Jan. 26, 1870. Conveyancer. Reporter for the 
Law Times in the Chancery division. Of 6, New Square, 
Lincoln's Inn, in 1900. Died 1902. (Sherborne Sch. Reg.; 
Foster, Men at the Bar; Lan' Lists.) 

GOULD, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, Feb. 20, 
1784. S. of Joseph, of Bakewell, Derbs. School, Hipper- 
holme, Yorks. (Mr Hudson). Matric. Michs. 17S4. Distin- 
guish from contemporary clerks in Al. Oxon. 

GOULD, GEORGE MASTERS. Adm. sizar at St John's, Feb. 24, 
1837. Matric. Michs. 1837; B..4. 1841; M.A. 1846. Previously 
(1833-7) .-Assistant Master at Sherborne School, at Chard 
School, Somerset and at Ilminster Grammar School. Ord. 
deacon (London) Dec. 19, 1841; priest, Dec. 18, 1842. Head 
Master of Classical and Commercial School, Islington, 
Middlesex, and Lecturer at St Mary-le-Bow, Cheapside, 
-1846-7. Head Master of Martock Grammar School, 1848-51. 

C. of Seavington St Michael, Somerset, 1849-51. P.C. of Chil- 
lington, 1851-8. Head Master of Maidstone Grammar School, 
and Chaplain to HoUingbounie Union, 1858-82. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1883. (Sherborne Sch. Reg., sub Assist. 
Masters; Clergy List.) 

GOULD, HAROLD UTTERTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1894. [2nd] s. of Charles [Q.C.], of Worcester Park, 
Surrey [and Mary Ellen Utterton, dau. of the Bishop of 
Guildford]. B. Feb. 18, 1876, at Worcester Park. School, 
Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1898; M.A., M.B. and 
B.C. 1903. At St Bartholomew's Hospital, 1899; House 
Physician. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1902. Assistant House 
Surgeon at the General Infirmary, Gloucester. Practised at 
Shaftesbury, 1906-25. Mayor of Shaftesbury, 1924-5. 
Practised at Kingston-on-Thames, 1925-43-. Brother of 
Edwin (1898) and Kenneth L. (1896). (Winchester Coll. Reg.; 
Medical Directories; Scott, MSS.) 

GOULD, HENRY. B.A. 1780, incorp. from Oxford; M.A. from 
Trinity, 1780. S. of Richard, Esq., of Bridgwater, Somerset. 
Matric. (age 17) from Queen's College, Oxford, Mar. 18, i77i; 
B.A. (Oxford) 1775; M.A. (Oxford) 1780. V. of Butleigh, 
Somerset, 1780. R. of E. Chinnock, 1780-90-. V. of E. 
Pennard, 1790-. V. of Pucklechurch, Gloucs., 1827-39. 
Canon residentiary of Wells. Died Aug. 21, 1839, at Wells. 
(Foster, Index Eccles.; G. Mag., 1S39, 11. 432; Cant. Act Bk.; 
Al.Oxon.) 

GOULD, JAMES DOUGLAS. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1893. 
[Only] s. of John, Esq., of 223, Rue du Trone, Brussels 
[afterwards of Belsize Park Gardens, London, N.W.]. [B. 
1873.] School, Sherborne. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1897; 
M.A. 1903. Assistant Master at Bramcote School, Scar- 
borough, 1897-1906. Head Master of Briary School, West- 
gate-on-Sea, 1906-32. (Sherborne Sch. Reg.; Schoolmasters' 
Directories.) 



Gould, John 

GOULD, JOHN. Adin. pens, at St John's, July 5, 1787. S. 01 
John, M.D.,of Truro, Cornwall [and Rachel, dau. of Jonathan 
Rashleigh, of Menabilly]. B. Aug. 16, 1769, at St Austell. 
Schools, Tnuro and Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1787; 
Scholar, 1787; B.A. 1791. Piatt Fellow, 1794-5. Travelled 
on the Continent with George Nutcombe, and also accom- 
panied there by the scientist, Wyttenbach, with whom 
Gould kept up a correspondence, subsequently pubhshed 
(copies, from the Gennan work, printed in the Eagle, x.xxiii. 
178-203). Resided at Amberd House, Pitminster, Somerset. 
Married, Sept. 21, 1795, Jane, dau. of Nutcombe Nutcombe, 
R. of Morchard Bishop, Devon. Died May 19, 1854. (Record 
of Old Westminsters; St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 275; Foster, 
Index Eccles.; G. Mag., 1854, 11. 11.) 

GOULD, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 6, 1868. S. of 
Thomas [solicitor], of Sheffield, Yorks. B. there Jan. 7, 1849. 
School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 1868; B.A. 1872; M..A. 1875. 
Ord. deacon (Oxford) 1875; priest (Lichfield) 1881. Assistant 
Master at Reading Grammar School, 1872-8; at Repton, 
187S-1912. Treasurer of the Old Reptonian Society, 1901. 
Lived latterly at Warren House, Repton, where he died 
Nov. 18, 1920. Brother of the next. {Repton Sch. Reg.; 
Schoolmasters' Directories; Crockford; Scott, MSS.; The 
Times, Nov. 22, 1920.) 

GOULD, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Caius, Mar. 10, 1853. S. of 
Thomas, solicitor, of Sheffield. B. there [Feb. 26], 1834. 
School, ShefQeld Collegiate (Rev. G. A. Jacob). Matric. 
Michs. 1853; Scholar, 1854-60; B.A. 1857; M.A. i860. 
Assistant Master at Repton, 1858-88. Ord. deacon (Lich- 
field) 1858; priest, 1859; C. of Brewood, Staffs., 1864-5. 
R. of Beachampton, Bucks., 1891-1903. Married, Sept. 28, 
1S65, Frances Mary Grant, dau. of Col. Hutchinson, Bengal 
Engineers. Lived latterly at 6, Westbury Road, Ealing, 
where he died Mav 22, 1908. Brother of the above; father of 
Reginald T. (1888) and Leonard Mc. (1897). [Repton Sch. 
Reg.; \'enn, 11. 311; Crockford; The Times, May 26, 1908.) 

GOULD, KENNETH LUKE. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1896. 
[3rd] s. of Charles, Q.C., of i, Harcourt Buildings, Temple, 
London, and Guildford House, Farnham [and Mary EUen 
Utterton, dau. of the Bishop of Guildford]. B. Oct. iS, 1877, 
at Worcester Park, Surrey. School, Winchester. Matric. 
Michs. 1896; B.A. 1900; M..^. 1903. Ord. deacon (Bristol) 
1901; priest, 1902; C. of St Matthew's, Moorfields, Bristol, 
1901-6. C. of St Aldhelm's, Bedminster, Bristol, 1906-8. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.-^.S.C). ."V vailed 
himself of the provisions of the Clerical Disabilities Relief 
Act, 1922. Brother of Edwin (1898) and Harold U. (1894). 
{Winchester Coll. Reg.; Crockford; Univ. War List.) 

GOULD, LEONARD McLEOD. .A.dm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1897. 
S. of Joseph (1853), R. of Beachampton, Bucks. B. July 25, 
1878, at Repton. School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 1897; 
B.A. 1900. Master at Parkgate School, Cheshire. Editor of 
newspaper in Victoria, British Columbia, in igio. Served in 
the Great War, 1914-19 (Sergeant, 2nd Central Ontario 
Regt.; Belgian Croix de Guerre). Author, From B.C. to 
Baisieux. Brother of the next. {Repton Sch. Reg.; Venn, 
11. 552; Univ. War List.) 

GOULD, REGINALD THOMASON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 21, 1888. S. of Joseph (1853), clerk, of Repton, Derbs. 
B. there Jan. 16, 1869. School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 
1888; B.A. 1891; M.A. 1895. Adm. Solicitor, Feb. 1895. 
Town Clerk and Clerk to District Council, Glastonbury, 
Somerset. Of Blenheim House, Glastonbury, in 1942. 
Died Jan. 5, 1947. Brother of the above. {Repton Sch. Reg.; 
Law Lists.) 

GOULD, RICHARD CLEMENTS. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 4, 1873. Of Sussex. [S. of John, Esq., of Pet- 
worth. B. there Sept. 28, 1852.] School, Dudley Grammar. 
Matric. Michs. 1873. Died Jan. 20, 1934, at St Leonards- 
on-Sea. {The Times, Jan. 22, 1934.) 

GOULD (or BARING-GOULD), SABINE BARING. Adm. pens, 
at Clare, Oct. 23, 1852. [2nd s. of Edward (Baring-Gould), 
Esq., of Lew-Trenchard, Devon. B. Jan. 28, 1834, at 
Exeter.] Matric. Michs. 1852; B..\. 1857; M.A. i860. Hon. 
Fellow, 1918-24. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1864; priest, 1865; 
C. of Horbury, Yorks., 1864-7. P.C. of Dalton, 1867-70. 
R. of East Mersea, Essex, 1870-81. R. of Lew-Trenchard, 
Devon, 1881-1924. J. P. for Devon. Married, May 25, 1868, 
Grace, dau. of Joseph Taylor, of Horbury. .\ voluminous 
author; his principal works were Lives of the Saints (15 vols.) ; 
The Path of the Just; Post-Mediaeval Practices; Curious .Myths 
of the Middle Ages; The Origin and Development of Religious 
Belief; The'Lost and Hostile Gospels; The Mystery of Suffering; 
Mehalah; John Herring; Eve; The Church Revival; The 
Evangelical Revival; Our Inheritance; .4 History of the Holy 
Eucharist in the first 3 Centuries. Composer of a number of 
well-known hymns, including 'Onward, Christian soldiers' 
and 'Through the night of doubt and sorrow.' Died Jan. 2, 



GouLDiNG, William Joshua 

1924. {Crockford; Burke, L.G.; Julian, Dictionary of Hymno- 
logy, which gives 'eldest s.'; G. A. Leask, I9(/! CetUury Hymn 
Writers, 122; The Times, Jan. 3, 1924.) 

GOULD, THEODORE HENRY. Adm. at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, Oct. 10, 1868. S. of Robert John [St Alban Hall, 
Oxford], V. of Mortimer, Berks. [School, Eton.] Matric. 
Michs. 1868; B.A. 1872. .Assistant Master at Uppingham 
School, 1873-4; at Bradfield College for 3 years. .\dm. 
Solicitor, Apr., 1882; practised at 9, Gracechurch Street, 
London, and retired, 1905. Died July 6, 1925, at Maiden- 
head. {Eton Sch. Lists; Law Lists; King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; 
The Times, July 8, 1925.) 

GOULD, THEODORE VINCENT. Adm. pens, at Clare, Jan. 20, 
1753. B. at Exeter. Matric. Easter, 1753; B.A. (5*/; IVrang/^r) 
1757; M..'^. 1760; B.D. 1774. Fellow, I759- R- of Fomham 
with Westley, Sufiolk, 1777-1815. Died 1815. 

GOULD, WILLIAM. M.A. 1774, incorp. from Oxford; D.D. 
from Corpus Christi, 1774. S. of Davidge, Esq., of Sharp- 
ham Park, Somerset. Matric. (age 17) from Exeter College, 
Oxford, Mar. 27, 1732; B.A. (Oxford) 1736; M.A. (Oxford) 
1739. R. of Stapleford Abbotts, Essex. Perhaps V. of Den- 
ham, Suffolk, 1761-72. (Foster, Index Eccles.; AL Oxon.; 
Scott, MSS.) 

GOULDEN, CHARLES BERNARD. Matric. Non-Coil. Easter, 
1896. [S. and h. of H[enry]J[ames], of Canterbury. [B.Aug. 
20, 1879.] Educated at St Edmund's College, Old HalL] 
B.A. 1899; M.A., M.B. and B.C. 1904; M.Ch. from Downing, 
1906; M.D., 1914. Freeman Scholarship and Leopold 
Hudson Exhibitioner, 1904. At the Middlesex Hospital; 
House Surgeon there, 1903-4. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1903. 
F.R.C.S., 1904. Surgeon at R. London Ophthalmic Hospital, 
1904-7. Demonstrator in .Anatomy, University College, 
Bristol, 1907-8. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., 
R.A.M.C, 1916-19; Ophthalmic Specialist in charge of 
Centre at Rouen; mentioned in despatches). Ophthalmic 
Surgeon, Victoria Hospital for Children, London, 1919-22. 
Montgomery Lecturer, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, 
1926 and 1932. Surgeon-Ocuhst to Household of H.M. 
Queen Mary. Senior Ophthalmic Surgeon to Medical School 
of the London Hospital. Consultant in Ophthalmology, 
Ministry of Pensions and Appeal Board, War Office. O.B.E., 
1919. AuthoT, Glaucoma; The Refraction of the Eye; trans- 
lated (with L. Harris) Koby's Slit Lamp Microscopy of the 
living eye; etc. Of 89, Harley Street, London, W., and Mill 
House, Shepreth, Cambs., in 1943. {Medical Directories; . 
Scott, MSS.; Who's Who, 1943; The Catholic Who's Who.) 

GOULDEN, JOHN. B.A. 1756, incorp. from Oxford; M..\. from 
King's, 1756. S. of John, of Shaftesbury, Dorset, pleb. 
Matric. (age 18) from BaUiol College, Oxford, Mar. 22, 1741-2; 
B.A. (Oxford) 1745. V. of Burnham, Somerset. R. of 
St Thomas's, Cricket, 1763-. {Cant. Act Bk.; AL Oxon.) 

GOULDING, EDWARD ALFRED. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 3, 1882. [2nd] s. of Wilham, druggist, [of Cork, and 
Maria Heath Manders]. B. there, Nov. 5, 1862. School, 
Clifton College. Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1885; ,M.A. 1889. 
President of the Union, 1885. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
May 17, 1884. Called to the Bar, June 22, 1887. On the 
Midland Circuit. M.P. for Devizes, 1895-1906; for Worcester, 
1908-22. Of Wargrave Hall, Berks. Created Baronet, 
June 25, 1915. P.C, 1918. Created Peer, with the title of 
Baron Wargrave, Nov. 22, 1922. J. P. for London, Berks, 
and Oxon. D.L., Co. Cork. Chairman of the Central London 
Distribution Committee Ltd., and of Messrs Rolls-Royce 
Ltd. One of the most active organizers of Joseph Cham- 
berlain's tariff reform movement, being from 1904 to 19 12 
chairman of the Tariff Reform League organization depart- 
ment. Died unmarried July 17, 1936, at Shiplake Court, 
Henley-on-Thames, when the title became extinct. Brother 
of the next. {Clifton Coll. Reg. ; Law Lists ; Burke, P. and B., 
1940; The Times, July 18, 1936; Who's Who.) 

GOULDING, WILLIAM JOSHUA. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 9, 1874. S. [and h.] of WiUiam [M.P., of Summerhill 
House, Co. Cork, and his second wife, Maria Heath, dau. of 
Edward Manders, of DubUn. B. Mar. 7, 1856, at St Mary's, 
Shandon, Cork]. Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 1879; M.A. 1883. 
Chairman of the Gt Southern and Western Railway in Ire- 
land; of the Irish Railway Clearing House, and Deputy 
Chairman of the Fishguard and Rosslare Harbours and 
Railway Co. Director of National Bank Ltd. A Member of 
the Irish Convention, 1917-18. Senator for Southern Ireland. 
Member of the Church Representative Body of Ireland. 
High Sheriff of Co. Dubhn, 1906; of Co. Kildare, 1907. 
Created Baronet, Aug. 22, 1904. P.C. (in Ireland), July 23, 
191 7. Of Luttrellstown, Clonsilla, Co. Dublin, and Millicent, 
SaUins, Co. Kildare. Died July 12, 1925, in Dublin. Brother 
of the above. {Who was Who; Scott, MSS.; Burke, P. and B.; 
The Times, July 14, 1925.) 



GouLDSMiTH, Charles Cecil 

GOULDSMITH (or GOULD-SMITH), CHARLES CECIL. Adni. 
at Trinity Hall, 1894. S. of Jesse, Esq., of Rodwell Hall, 
Trowbridge, Wilts. B. 1874. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. 
Michs. 1894, as Gould-Smith, C. C. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Major, R.F.A.). Probably brother of William A. 
(1881). {Shrewsbury Sch. Reg. (Gouldsmith) ; Univ. War 
List.) 

GOULDSMITH, EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Jan. I, 1879. [S. of Thomas E.], of Bristol. [B. there 1852.] 
Educated at Bristol School of Art, 1875; Bronze medallist, 
S. Kensington, 1876; student of Royal Academy, 1876. In 
Adelaide, Australia, 1883-6. Art Master at Christ's College, 
Christchurch, N.Z. Portrait and landscape painter and 
teacher in both colonies. Works purchased for public 
galleries in Adelaide, Christchurch and Dunedin. Exhibited 
works in oil and water colours at Royal Academy, 1891-1927. 
Vice-President of O.xford Art Society, 1893-1906, and of 
Bath .Art Society, 1907-32. R.B.A., 1895. R.W.A. Lived 
latterly at Wairoa, Combe Down, Bath, where he died 
Aug. 10, 1932. (Who was Who; R.A. Exhibitors.) 

GOULDSMITH, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
June 29, 1798. S. of Richard, of London. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1798; B.A. 1802; M.A. 1808. Called to the 
Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 1806. Commissioner of Bankrupts for 
Bolton-Ie-Moors. Died Jan. 28, 1854, at The Charterhouse, 
London. (Eton Sch. Lists; G. Mag., 1854, i. 334.) 

GOULDSMITH, WILLIAM ALFRED. Adm. (age 17) at Caics, 
Oct. I, 1881. S. of J., of Trowbridge. B. there. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1881. Resided one year. Of Rod- 
well Hall, Trowbridge, and of The Bungalow, Shanklin, Isle 
of Wight, in 1925. Probably brother of Charles C. (1894). 
(Harrow Sch. Reg.; Venn, 11. 450.) 

GOULSTON, ARTHUR. Adm. at Clare, June 6, 1872. Matric. 
Michs. 1872; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1886; M.B. and B.C. 1911; 
M.D. 19 1 2. At St Thomas's Hospital; Casualty Assistant 
there. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1888. Surg.-Lieut., ist Devon 
V. Artillery, 1900. Practised for sometime at 2, Homefield 
Place, Heavitree, Exeter. Author, medical. Died Dec. 22, 
1927, at Charlcombe rectory, Bath. (Medical Directories; 
Scott, MSS.; The Times, Dec. 24, 1927.) 

GOULT, JAMES ERNEST. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 9, 
1895. S. of W., Esq., of 5, Clora Road, Forest Gate, Essex. 
Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898; M.A. 1902. Ord. deacon 
(Coventry) 1899; priest (Worcester) 1900; C.of Christ Church, 
Summerfield, Birmingham, 1899-1905. C. of Church Gresley 
with Linton, Derbs., 1906-7. P.C. of Swadlincote, 1907-17. 
V. of St Jude's, Wolverhampton, 1917-31. V. of St Paul's, 
Bournemouth, 1931-47-. (Crockford.) 

GOULTON, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
June 12, 1 761. Of Yorkshire. fS. and h. of Christopher, Esq. 
(1723), of Walcot Hall, Lines.] Matric. Michs. 1761. Died 
v.p. Brother of Thomas (1766). 

GOULTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 17, 1892. 
S. of John, farmer, of Stokesley, Yorks. [and Ann Thompson]. 
B. there Aug. 1874. School, Stokesley Grammar (Mr H. 
Fawcett). Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1899. Ord. 
deacon (York) 1898; priest, 1899; C. of St Luke's, Kingston- 
upon-HuU, Yorks., 1898-1900. C. of St Clement's, York, 
1900-3. C. of St John's, Worksop, Notts., 1903-10. C. of 
Holy Trinity, Nottingham, 1910-14. V. of St Philip's, 
Nottingham, 1914-47-; with St Luke's, 1924-47-. (Crock- 
ford.) 

GOULTON, THOMAS. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 21) at St John's, 
Dec. 22, 1766. [2nd] s. of Christopher (1723), Esq., of 
Yorkshire. B. 1745, at Beverley. School, Lincoln (Mr 
Hewthwaite). Adm. at the Inner Temple, June 13, 1765. Of 
Walcot Hall, Lines., succeeding his father in 1783. Married, 
1770, Dorothy, dau. of Leonard Smelt. Died s.p.s. Nov. 15, 
1826, at Walcot. Brother of Christopher (1761). (St John's 
Coll. Adm., III. 715; Burke, L.G.) 

GOULTON-CONSTABLE (formeriy MARRIOTT), JAMES. Adm. 
pens, at Trinity, Oct. 31, 1868. [S. of the Rev. James 
Powell Goulton-Constable [assumed the name of Goulton- 
Constable in lieu of Marriott, Dec. 10, 1865], R. of Cotesbach, 
Leics. B. there Mar. 21, 1850. School, Lancing. Migrated 
(age 19) to Jesus, Oct. i, i86g. Matric. Michs. 1870, as 
James Marriott. Of Walcot Hall, Lines. J. P. F.S.A. Died 
Dec. I, 1922. Father of Lewis R. (next). (Changes of Name.) 

GOULTON-CONSTABLE, LEWIS ROBERT. Adm. at Trinity 
Hall, 1S97. S. of James, Esq. (above), of Walcot Hall, 
Lines. B. Aug. 24, 1877. School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. 
~ 1897. At the Agricultural College, Cirencester, 1901. Of 
Walcot HaU, Lines. (Winchester Coll. Reg.; Burke, E.G., 
1936-) 



GovER, Henry 

GOUR, ADHAR SINGH. Matric. Non-Coil. Lent, 1883. B. 1849. 
Adm. Fell. -Com. at Downing, Oct. 8, 1883; B.A. and LL.B. 
1886; M.A. andLL.M. 1890. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 
July 7, 1886. Practised in Central Provinces, India. Died 
1915. (Law Lists.) 

GOUR, HARPASAD SINGH. Adm. pens, at Downing, June 5 , 
1889. [S. of Thakur Takht Singh. B. Nov. 26, 1872, at 
Saugor, Central Provinces, India. School, Hislop College, 
Nagpur.] Matric. Michs. 1889. Became a Non-Coil, student, 
but returned to Downing; B.A. 1892; M.A. 1896; LL.M. 
1902; LL.D. 1908. D.Litt. and LL.D., Trinity College, 
Dublin. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, Nov. 17, 1892. 
Practised in the Central Provinces, Calcutta and Allahabad 
High Courts. Knighted, 1925 (Sir Hari Singh Gour). Hon. 
D.Litt. and First Vice-Chancellor, Delhi University. Leader 
of the Opposition, Legislative Assembly, 1921-34. President, 
High Court Bar Association, Nagpur. President, Hindu 
Association. Indian Delegate to Joint Pariiamentary Com- 
mittee on Government of India Bill, 1933. Author, The Law 
of Transfer in British India; Penal Law of India; Hindu Code; 
The Spirit of Buddhism; His only Love; Lost Souls; poems, 
etc. Of 52, Victoria Road, Nagpur. Brother of Mudie M. S. 
(next). (Law Lists; Who's Who, 1943, Sir H. S. Gour.) 

GOUR, MURLIE MANOHAR SINGH. Adm. pens, at Downing, 
Jan. II, 1893. S. of Thakur Takht Singh, landowner, of 
Saugor, Central Provinces, India. B. 1873. Matric. Lent, 
1893. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, June 26, 1895. 
Brother of the above. (La-w Lists, disappears, 1910.) 

GOURLAY, WILLIAM BALFOUR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1899. S. of Frederick, of Dawyck, Stobo, Peebles 
[Weston-super-Mare]. B. July 6, 1879, at Glasgow. School, 
Edinburgh Academy. Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902; M.B. 
and B.C. 1914; M.A. 1922. At St Bartholomew's Hospital 
and Edinburgh. L.R.C.P.; L.R.C.P. and S. (Edin.); 
L.R.F.P.S. (Glasgow) 1910. House Surgeon at the Royal 
Infirmary, Edinburgh. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Capt., R.A.M.C; M.C.). Did not practise. Arboriculturist 
and botanist. Member of various botanical expeditions in 
Europe, and South and Central .America. Of 7, MilUngton 
Road, Cambridge, in 1943. (Univ. War List; Medical 
Directories; W. B. Gourlay.) 

GOURLAY, WILLIAM ROBERT. .Adm. pens, (age 22) at Jesos, 

Oct. 1896. [2nd] s. of John, Esq. B. [May 22, 1874], at 
Glasgow. School, Kelvinside Academy, Glasgow. At 
Glasgow University; M.A. (Glasgow) 1893. Matric. Michs. 
1896. After passing the I.C.S. examination, spent an aca- 
demic year of probation at Cambridge. Served in Bengal. 
Director of Agriculture, and Private Secretary to the 
Governors of Bengal. Private Secretary to Lord Sinha as a 
representative of India in the Imperial War Conference and 
Cabinet, 1918, and later Secretary of the Committee on the 
Home Govermnent of In;lia. CLE., 1917. C.S.I., 1921. 
Retired, 1922. Settled at Dairy and took a deep interest in 
educational and social causes; closely associated with 
archaeological research in Kirkcudbrightshire. F.R.G.S. J. P. 
Knight of Grace of St John of Jerusalem, 1923. Died May 
26, 1938, at Dahry. (Who ivas Who; I.C.S. Lists; Scott, 
MSS.; The Times, May 27 and 28, 1938.) 

GOUTHWAITE, JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 28, 
1827. B. at Liverpool. School, Bingley, Yorks. Matric. 
Michs. 1827. Migrated to Corpus Christi, Jan. 26, 1829. 
Doubtless brother of the next. 

GOUTHWAITE, JOHN TOPPER. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Christ's, Oct. 12, 1819. B. in Liverpool. School, Bingley 
(Dr Hartley). Matric. Michs. 1819; B.A. 1824. Doubtless 
brother of the above. 

GOVER, ALFRED EDWARD. .Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Sept. 28, 1872. Of Somerset. [2nd s. of Henry (next), 
barrister-at-law, of Courtlands, near Taunton. B. Oct. 15, 
1853, at TruU, Somerset.] School, Cholmeley, Highgate. 
Matric. Michs. 1872; B.A. 1877; M.A. 1880. Ord. deacon 
(Worcester) 1878; priest, 1879; C. of St Anne's, Duddeston, 
Birmingham, 1878-g. R. of Cariton with Wilhngham, 
Cambs., 1881-1924. Lived latterly at Broadhembury 
vicarage, Devon, where his s. (Clement Edward John) was 
Vicar. Died there Aug. 29, 1932. Brother of Henry J. (1871) 
and WUham F. (1873). (Highgate Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; 
Crockford; The Times, Aug. 30, 1932.) 

GOVER, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, June 30, 1848. 
S of John, late of London, deceased. Matric. Michs. 1848; 
LL.B. 1854; LL.D. 1859. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Oct. 31, 
1853. .Adm. Solicitor, 1855. Called to the Bar, 1856. 
Practised at 3, .Adelaide Place, London Bridge (Henry Gover 
and Co ) Sometime of Courtlands, Taunton, Somerset. 
Died Mar 22, 1877, at San Remo. Father of the above, 
the next, and William F. (1873)- {T. A. Walker, 496; Law 
Lists; Scott, MSS.; T. C. Dale, Inner Temple Adm.) 



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COVER, HENRY JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, .^pr. 15, 
1871. S. of Henry (1848), LL.D., of Courtlands, Taunton. 
School, Highgate. Matric. Michs. 1871; B.A. 1875; M.B. 
and M.A. 1881. At St Thomas's Hospital. M.R.C.S. and 
L.S.A., 1878. Medical Officer, High Easter District, Essex. 
Practised at Littleburv, Saffron Walden. Brother of Alfred 
E. (1872) and William F. (1873), etc. {Medical Directories, 
up to 1929.) 

GOVER, JOHN JULIAN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 11, 1876. 
S. [and h.] of WilUam (next), of Upper Norwood, London. 

B. [Nov. 22, 1S57], at Saltley, Birmingham. School, Dulwich 
College, Loudon. Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. and LL.B. 1880; 
M.A. 1886. Football (rugby) 'blue,' 1879. Adm. Solicitor, 
Apr. 1883. Practised at 47, Essex Street, Strand, London. 
Hon. Major, Artists' Rifles. Died .^pr. 15, 1919, from an 
accident, at Falmouth, Cornwall. (Dulwich Coll. Reg.; Law 
Lists; Book of Blues; The Times, Apr. 17, 1919.) 

GOVER, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Apr. 21, 
1837. [S. of William, Esq., of Winchester. B. Jan. 13, 1818. 
Schools, Shrewsbury (1832) and Rugby (1835).] Matric. 
Michs. 1837; Scholar, 1839-40; B.A. 1842; M.A. 1845. Ord. 
deacon (Worcester) 1843; priest, 1844; C. of St Paul's, 
Birmingham, 1843-8. C. of St Thomas's, Birmingham, 1848. 

C. of St Andrew's, Holborn, 1849. C. of St Pancras, London, 
1850-2. Chaplain to Earl Annesley, 1851. Principal of the 
Training College, Saltley, Birmingham, 1852-71. Hon. 
Canon of Worcester, 1867-96. Author, religious. Lived 
latterly at 25, Lewes Crescent, Brighton, where he died 
Nov. 16, 1896. Father of the above. {Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; 
Rugby Sch. Reg.; Boase, v. 460; Scott, MSS.; Crochford; 
The Times, Nov. 18, 1896.) 

GOVER, WILLIAM FREDERICK. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Jesus, 1873. S. of Henry (1848), LL.D. B. [Jan. 18, 1855], 
at Norton Fitzwarren, Somerset. School, Cholmeley [High- 
gate]. Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1879; M-A. 1882. Ord. 
deacon (Worcester) 1879; priest, 1882; C. of the Tything, 
Worcester, 1879-82. C. of St Martin's, Worcester, 1882. 
V. of Oaksey, Wilts., 1882-90. L of Yorkton, N.W. Canada, 
1900-3. Disappears from Crockford, 1904. Brother of 
Alfred E. (1872) and Henry J. (1871). {Highgate Sch. Reg., 
I93S-) 

GOVETT, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Jan. i:, 1797. 
S. of John, of Tiverton, Devon, Esq. B. there Apr. 6, 1780. 
School, Tiverton (Mr Keats). Matric. Michs. 1797; Scholar, 
1798-1804; B.A. 1801; M.A. 1804. Fellow. V. of Staines 
with Laleham and Ashford, Middlesex, 1809-58. Died 
Oct. 7, 1858. Father of two well-known Oxonian clerks, one 
Dean of Gibraltar, the other .'\rchdeacon of Taranaki. 
{Blundell's Sch., Tiverton, Reg.; C. R. Hudleston; Foster, 
Index Eccles.) 

GOVIND-WITHUL (18O2), see KURKURE, G. W. 

GOW, ALEXANDER. .A.dm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1900. [5th] s. of 
John, engineer, of 51, Shrewsbury Road, Harlesden, London. 
B. May 15, 1869, at Wolverton, Bucks. Schools, Presby- 
terian, Crewe, and Borough Road Training College. Matric. 
Michs. igoo; Scholar, 1901; (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 
1902; Pt II, 1st Class, 1903); B.A. 1903; M.A. 1907. B.Sc, 
London. Director of Education and Principal of Technical 
Institute, Blackburn. Principal of the Municipal Technical 
and Secondary School, Warrington. Science Master, County 
School, Isleworth. Science Tutor, Borough Road Training 
College, Isleworth. Secretary, Imperial College of Science 
and Technology, London, 1908-34. (Venn, iii. 403; C.U. 
Nat. Sci. Club List; Who's Who, 1943.) 

GOW, JAMES. .'\dm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 11, 1871. [3rd] s. 
of James [Member of Royal Society of British .Artists], of 
97, Southampton Row, London. B. [Jan. 16, 1854], in 
London. School, King's College School. Matric. Michs. 1871 ; 
Scholar, 1873; B..\. (vd Classic) 1875; 2nd Chancellor's 
Medal, 1875; M.A. 1878; Litt.D. 1885. Fellow, 1876. Select 
Preacher, 1903 and 1912. Fellow of King's College, London. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 8, 1876. Called to the Bar, 
Jan. 27, 1879. Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer. Head 
Master of the High School, Nottingham, 1885-igoi; of 
Westminster School, 1901-19. Ord. deacon (Southwell) 
1901; priest, 1902. Chaplain to the Bishop of Durham, 
1920-3. President of the Headmasters' Association, 1900-2, 
and Chairman of the Headmasters' Conference, 1906-8 and 
1911-12. .'\uthor. History of Greek Mathematics; Companion 
to School Classics; Method of English; Odes and Epodes of 
Horace; Satires of Horace. Lived latterly at 40, West End 
Lane, Hampstead, where he died Feb. 16, 1923. (Foster, 
Men at the Bar; Crockforcl; Record of Old Westminsters; Who 
was Who; Law Lists; Scott, MSS.; Schoolmasters' Directories; 
The Times, Feb. 17, 1923.) 

GOWANS, JAMES. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 6, 1890. [S. of WiUiam, 
M.D., of Westoe House, South Shields. B. Apr. 23, 1872.] 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1890. Football (rugby) 



GowERS, Ernest Arthur 

'blue,' 1892, 1893. In the Scotland Rugby XV, 1893, 1894, 
1895, 1896. Major, Durham R. Field Reserve Artillery; 
served in the South African War, 1900-1 (mentioned in 
despatches; D.S.O., 1902). In the Great War, 1914-19 
(Hon. Lieut. -Col. (Reserve of Officers); employed R.F.A.; 
twice mentioned in despatches). (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Who's 
Who; Book of Blues; Univ. War List; Army Lists.) 

GOWANS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 2, 1882. Of Durham. S. of William, grocer, of Salem 
Street, South Shields. B. at S. Shields. Matric. Michs. 1882; 
B.A. 1885; M.A. 1919. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1887; priest 
(Newcastle-on-Tyne) 1891; C. of Long Sutton, Lines., 
1887-9. C. of St Andrew's, Grimsby, 1889-90. C. of Stan- 
nington, Northumberland, 1891-2. C. of Rothbury, 1892-3. 
C. of Horton, 1893-6. C. of Brancepeth, Durham, and Chap- 
lain to Lord Boyiie, 1896-9. R. of Smeaton, Yorks., 1899- 
1908. V. of St M., Plaistow, Kent, 1908-37. Lived latterly 
at 75 b, Burnt Ash bill, Lee, and appears in Crockford 
obituaries, 1942. 

GOWER (or LEVESON-GOWER), EVELYN MARMADUKE 
GRESHAM LEVESON. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 1891. 
[6th] s. of Granville W. G. L., Esq. [and the Hon. Sophie, 
dau. of ist Lord Leigh]. B. [Mar. 18, 1872], in London. 
School, Winchester. Matric. Lent, 1892. Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (Remounts Purchasing Officer). Subsequently 
fanning. Of Rosemount, Maidstone, in 1923. Died Jan. 25, 
1938. (Winchester Coll. Reg. (Gower, E. M. G. Leveson).) 

GOWER, FREDERICK G. SUTHERLAND (1851), see LEVESON- 
GOWER. 

GOWER, FREDERICK WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
June 19, 1838. Of Essex. Matric. Michs. 1838, as Frederick 
W. Died Nov. 3, 1839, aged 23, at Ipswich. (G. Mag., 1839, 
II. 665.) 

GOWER, GEORGE LEVESON. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Nov. 3, 1832. [6th s. of William, R. of Little Hempston, 
Devon, and grandson of Abel, of Glandoran, Pembs., for 
whom see L.G., 1939.] Matric. Michs. 1832; Scholar, 1833; 
B.A. 1837; M.A. 1842. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1840; priest, 
1 84 1. College address given in Clergy Lists, 1846-66. 

GOWER (or LEVESON-GOWER), GRANVILLE LEVESON. 
Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, June 14, 1804. [4th] s. of 
John, of the Admiralty. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 
1804; B.A. 1808; M.A. 1812. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 23, 
1811; priest, Dec. 22, 1811. R. of Tatsfield, Surrey, 1816-41. 
R. of Titsey, 1818-41. R. of St Mabyn, Cornwall, 1818-41. 
R. of St Michael's, Penkevil, 1818-. Died Sept. 28, 1841. 
(Harrow Sch. Reg.; Cant. Act Bk.; Foster, Index Eccles.; 
Clergy List (Gower, G. L. R.).) 

GOWER, RONALD CHARLES SUTHERLAND (1865), see 
LEVESON-GOWER. 

GOWER, STEPHEN STOCK. Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 28, 
1835. From Trin. Coll., Dublin. S. of Stephen Stock, 
agricola; age 22. Matric. Lent, 1835; Scholar; B.A. 1839; 
M.A. 1842. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1840; priast, 1841; C. 
of Kingston-on-Thames, Surrey, 1844-52. C. of All Saints', 
Wandsworth, 1852-73. Died Nov. 16, 1873. (Camb. Chron., 
Nov. 24 1873.) 
GOWER, TOM OWEN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Jan. 28, 
1871. S. of — , of 3, East Grove Terrace, Tredgarville, 
Cardiff. B. May, 1843, at Queenstown. Matric. Lent, 1871; 
B.A. 1878; M.A. 1881. Ord. deacon (London) 1877; priest, 
1878; C. of Christ Church, Somers Town, London, 1877-9. 
C. of Carlton-in-Gedling, Notts., 1879-81. C. and Lecturer 
of Bow, Middlesex, 1884-9. Went to Austraha. Living at 
Townsville, Queensland, 1898, and disappears from Crock- 
ford, 1899. 
GOWERS, ERNEST ARTHUR. Adm. at Clare, Apr. 21, 1899. 
[Younger s. of [Sir] Wilham Richard, M.D., F.R.S. (for whom 
see D.N.B.), of 50, Queen Anne Street, Cavendish Square, 
London. B. June 2, 1880.] School, Rugby. Matric. 1899; 
Scholar; B.A. (Class. Trip., ist Class) 1902; M.A. 1932. 
In the Board of Inland Revenue, 1903; India Office, 1904. 
Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, June 27, 1906. Private 
Secretary to various Under-Secretaries for India, 1907-11. 
Principal Private Secretary to the Chancellor of the Ex- 
chequer (Llovd George), 1911-12. Chief Inspector, National 
Health Insurance Commission, 1912-17; Foreign Office 
(special duty), 1914-17. Secretary, Civil Service Arbitration 
Board, 1917-20. Director of Production, Coal Mines Dept., 
1919-20. Permanent Under-Secretary for Mines, 1920-7. 
Chairman of Board of Inland Revenue, 1927-30; of Coal 
Mines Reorganization Commission, 1930-5; of Coal Com- 
mission under Coal Act, 1938-43-. Regional Commissioner 
for Civil Defence, London Region, 1939-41; Senior Regional 
Commissioner, 1941-3-. C.B., 1917. K.B.E., 1926. K.C.B., 
1928. G.B.E., 1945. Of Liphook, Hants. Brother of the 
next. (Bilton Grange Sch. Reg.; Rugbv Sch. Reg.; Law 
Lists; I.C.S. Lists; Who's Who; Kelly, Handbook.) 



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GowERs, William Frederick 

GOWERS, WILLIAM FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 29, 1895. S. of [Sir] WiUiam Richard [M.D., F.R.S.], 
of 50, Queen Anne Street, Cavendish Square, London. B. 
[Dec. 31, 1875], in London. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 
1895; B.A. (Class. Trip.', Pt I, ist Class) 1898; M..^.. 1920. 
In service of the British South .\frica Co., S. Rhodesia, 
1898-1902. Entered Civil Service of Northern Nigeria, 1902. 
Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, June 16, 1915. Served with 
Cameroons expeditionary force, 1915-16. Lieut. -Governor 
of Nigeria, 1921. Governor and Commander-in-Chief, 
Uganda Protectorate, 1925-32. Senior Crown Agent for the 
Colonies, 1932-8. Deputy Chairman, Cereals Control Board, 
1939-40. C.M.G., 1919. K.C.M.G., 1926. Legion of Honour, 
1917. Grand Officer, Order of Leopold. Brother of Ernest A. 
(1899). {Rugby Sch. Reg.; Who's Who; Kelly, Handbook.) 

GOWIE, ARTHUR DAVID MORRISON. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, Oct. 14, 1882. S. of Charles Ross [and Mary Ann]. 
B. Dec. 14, 1862, at Grahamstown, S. Africa. Bapt. Mar. i, 
1882. School, Wesleyan College, Taunton (Mr P. Slater). 
Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1889. Ord. deacon (St Albans) 
1890; priest, 1891; C. of Barking, Essex, 1890-2. C. of 
St .'\ndrew's, Hertford, 1892-3. C. of St Patrick's, Hove, 
1895-1900. V. of Lidlington, Beds., 1903-43. (Crockford.) 

GOWING, HENRY SEEKAMP. .\dm. pens, at Queens', June 25, 

1839. Matric. Michs. 1839. 

GOWLAND, RALPH SKINNER. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 17) at 
Trinity, Dec. 11, 1775. S. of Ralph [M.P. for Cockermouth], 
of Eppleton, Durham. [B. May 6, 1758.] School, West- 
minster. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 16, i775- Married, 
Jan. 3, 1805, Emily, dau. of William Smith. Died Nov. 10, 
1821, at Caen, France. (Record of Old Westminsters.) 

GOWRING, JOHN WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, 
June g, 182S. S. of John William George, of London. B. in 
New Kent Road, Surrey. [Private tuition.] Matric. Michs. 
1828. Migrated to Trinity, Jan. 31, 1829; B.A. (11th 
Wrangler) 1833. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1833; priest (Nor- 
wich) 1835; C. of Harewood, Yorks., 1841-3. C. of Brixton 
and of St Mark's, Keunington, 1843-64. Lecturer at St John's, 
Horsleydown, 1860-74; at St Giles's, Cripplegate, 1865-80. 
Author, religious. Died Aug. 31, 1880. (Venn, 11. 206; 
Clergy List; Crockford.) 

GOWRING, JOHN WILLIAM NETTLEFOLD. Adm. pens, at 
Sidney, Oct. 1, 1886. S. of the Rev. George James [Magdalen 
Hall, Oxford], V. of White Lackington, Somerset [and Head 
Master of Ilminster Grammar School]. B. 1868, at Ihninster. 
School, Blundell's, Tiverton (Mr A. L. Francis). Matric. 
Michs. 1886; Exhibitioner; B.A. 1889. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 
1891; priest, 1892; C. of Waddesdon, Bucks., 1891-4. C. of 
Chesterfield, Derbs., 1894-6. Disappears from Crockford, 
1897. (Blundell's Sch., Tiverton, Reg., which erroneously 
gives father's initials G. T.) 

GOYDER, FRANCIS WILLOUGHBY. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Aug. 8, 1896. S. of David, Doctor of medicine, of Bradford 
[and .'\nne Eliza Thomas]. B. there .'Vpr. 2, 1877. School, 
Bradford Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899; B.C. 
1903; M.B. 1906; M.A. 1934. .\i St Mary's Hospital. 
M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1903. F.R.C.S., 1907. Assistant Sur- 
geon, Bradford Royal eve and ear Hospital. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R..\.M.C.). Hon. Consulting 
Surgeon, Yorks. Orthopaedic Hospital for Children, Kirby- 
moorside. Author, medical. Of 6, .^shdovvTi Court, Bradford 
Road, Shipley, in 1942. (Medical Directories; Univ. War 
List.) 

GRAB, HUGO. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1893. S. of Hermann, 
Esq., of Haltzano Gasse, Prague. School, Zurich. Matric. 
Michs. 1893. 

GRABHAM, GEORGE WALTER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 14, 1899. [7th] s. of Michael Comport, M.D. [for whom 
see Who was Who), of Madeira [and Mary Anne Blandy]. 
B. there June 28, 18S2. School, University College School, 
London (Mr J. L. Paton). Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902; 
M.A. 1906. Geologist; on the geological sur\'ey of Great 
Britain. Government Geologist and acting Conservator of 
Antiquities, Anglo-Egyptian Sudan; retired, 1939. 4th class 
order of Mejidie; 3rd class order of the Nile. O.B.E. .-Author, 
Government reports, etc. Living at Quinta do Val, Funchal, 
Madeira, in 1943. Brother of the next. (Who's Who; Univ. 
Coll. Sch. Reg.) 

GRABHAM, MICHAEL. Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 20, 1885. 
S. [and h.] of Michael Comport, .M.D. [and Mary Anne 
Blandy], of Madeira. B. there Nov. 16, 1866. Schools, All 
Saints', Bloxham (Rev. P. R. Egerton) and at University 
College, London (Mr H. W. Eve). Matric. Lent, 1885; B.A. 
(Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, 1st Class) 1887; M.B., B.C. and M.A. 
1891. At St Thomas's Hospital, London. M.R.C.S.; 
L.R.C.P., 1891. .Assistant Medical Officer, Birmingham City 
Asylum. Surgeon, Kingston General penitentiary, and 
Medical Officer, Victoria Jubilee Hospital, Kingston, 



Grace, Oliver James 

Jamaica. Botanist and entomologist. Joint author of The 
Mosquitoes, or Culicidae, of Jamaica. Died Apr. 13, 1938, 
at Quinta do Val, Madeira. (Medical Directories; Univ. 
Coll. Sch. Reg.; G. F. Baxter; The Times, Apr. 16, 1938.) 

GRABHAM, OXLEY. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. 1, 1882. S. of 
Dr Charles [of Pontefract, Y'orks. B. .Apr. 10, 1864]. School, 
Repton. Matric. Michs. 1882; B..\. 1885; M..\. 1892. 
.Athletics 'blue' (long jump), 1883, 1884. .At the museum, 
York, in 1910. Died Dec. 6, 1939, at Thornton Dale, 
Yorks. Buried at Ellerbume. (Repton Sch. Reg.; Book of 
Blues; The Times, Dec. 9, 1939.) 

GRABHAM, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 29, 1850. 
S. of John, surgeon, of Rochford, Essex [and Sarah]. B. 
there .Apr. 28, 1832. School, King's College School, London 
(Rev. Dr Major). Matric. Michs. 1850; Scholar, 1853; B..A. 
{33rd Wrangler) 1854; M..A. 1857. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 
1856; priest, 1857; C.-in-charge of Lower Halstow, Kent, 
1856-9; C. of-Throwlev, 1859-62; C. of Deal, 1862-3; P-C 
of Holy Trinity, Sittingbourne, 1863-7. V. of Halstow, 
1867-78. V. of Irthlingborough, Northants., 1878-90. Died 
Feb. 10, 1890. (Cant. Act Bk.; Northants. Clergy; Clergy 
List; Crockford; The Guardian, Feb. ig, 1890.) 

GRABURN, JAMES. .Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. ig, 1812. 
S. of M. N., Esq., of Barton, Lines. School, Huntingdon. 
Adm. Fell.-Com. at St Catharine's, Oct. 27, 1813. Matric. 
Michs. 1813. Married .Alice, dau. of Thomas Horsley, and 
had issue. Died Jan. 17, 1830, aged 33. (G. Mag., 1830, i. 
92). (P. B. G. BinnaU.) 

GRABURN, NELSON. .Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, .Apr. 8, 
1813. S. of John. B. at Barton, Lines. School, Richmond, 
Yorks. (.Mr Tate). Matric. Michs. 1814; B.A. i8i8. In Holy 
Orders, but unbeneficed. Lived latterly at Barton-on- 
Humber, Lines. Died Dec. 30, 1858, at Thorp-.Arch. 
(G. Mag., 1859, I. 215; Clergy List.) 

GRACE, ALFRED AUGUSTUS. Adm. at Clare, June 17, 1886. 
[School, St John's College, Hurstpierpoint (1882-3).] I1 
Nelson, New Zealand, in 1892. (Hurstpierpoint Reg.) 

GRACE, ARTHUR VOLKNER. .Adm. at Clare, June 16, 1883. 
[Perhaps s. of George Frederick, the cricketer (for whom see 
Boase, i. 1194).] Matric. .Michs. 1883; LL.B. 1886. Called 
to the Bar, Middle Temple, Jan. 26, 1887. Ord. deacon 
(Welhngton, N.Z.) 1889: priest, 1891; Chaplain of CoUegiate 
School, Wanganui, N.Z., 1889-93. ^- of Greytown, N. 
Wellington, 1893-8. Unbeneficed, 1898-1924. Chaplain of 
K.C., Mangere, 1924-6. Officiating Minister, 1926-8. P.-in- 
charge of Bombay, N.Z., 1928-30. Chaplain of Mental 
Hospital, .Auckland, 1930-7. V. of Avondale, 1932-6. Living 
at Campbell's Bay, Auckland, N.Z., in 1942. Probably a 
brother of George F. (1880). (Crockford, 1941; Law Lists.) 

GRACE, CHRISTOPHER ALTON. Adm. sizar at Christ's, 
Feb. 12, 1S22. .A 'Ten-year man.' Did not reside; name 
removed, Sept. 1822. 

GRACE, GEORGE FREDERICK. .Adm. at Clare, June 12, 
1880. [Perhaps s. of George Frederick, the cricketer.] 
Matric. Michs. 1880; B..A. 1884. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 
1885; priest, 1886; C. of Holv Trinity, Margate, 1885-7. C. 
of Blenheim, N.Z., 1887-93. C. of St Peter's, Holton, Suffolk , 
1893-5. Organizing Secretary, C.M.S., for dio. of Norwich, 
1895-1909. V. of Stanstead-.Abbots, Herts., 1909-27. R. of 
Alford, Surrey, 1927-32. Died Feb. 22, 1932. Buried there. 
Probably a brother of Arthur V. (1883). (Crockford; Ridley 
Hall List; The Times, Feb. 23, 1932.) 

GRACE, HENRY THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
Jan. 30, 1807. [2nd] s. of Thomas, Esq., of Risborough, 
Bucks. B. there [Feb. 9, 178S. School, Merchant Taylors']. 
Matric. Michs. 1807; B..A. 1811; M..A. 1816. Bye FeUow. 
Ord. deacon (London, Litt. dim. for Ely) Feb. 23, 1812; 
priest (Ely) 1812; R. of Jevington, Sussex, 1812-72. V. of 
Westham, 1821-72. Disappears from Crockford, 1874. 
(Mercluznt Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Cant. Act Bk.; Foster, Index 
Eccles.) 
GRACE, JOHN HILTON. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Oct. 16, 
1891. S. of W — [of O'Kell's farm], Halewood, Liverpool. 
B. there May 21, 1873. School, Liverpool Institution. 
Matric. Michs. 1892; Scholar, 1892; B.A. {2nd Wrangler) 
1895; (Math. Trip., Pt II, ist Class, 1896); M.A. 1899. 
Fellow, 1897-1903. Univ. Lecturer in Mathematics, 1910. 
F.R.S., 1908. Secretary of the London Mathematical Society, 
1904-15. Author, The Algebra of Invariants, etc. Living 
near Cambridge, in 1943. (T. A. Walker, 621 and 694; 
Evelyn .Ansell.) 
GRACE, OLIVER JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
May 22, 1852. S. of James, Esq. Matric. Michs. 1852; B.A. 
1856; M..A. 1859. .Adm. Com. causa at Oxford, 1861. Ord. 
deacon (Oxford) 1S56; priest, 1858; C. of Bledlow, Bucks., 
1856-9. C. of Saunderton, 1859-76; R. there, 1876-1905. 
Lived latterly at St Leonards-on-Sea, and disappears from 
Crockford, 1918. (Al. O.xon.) 



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Grace, Valentine Raymond 

GRACE, valentine RAYMOND. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
Easter, 1897. [Onlv] s. of Sir Percy [4th] Bart., of Boley, 
Monkstown, Dublin. [B. Jan. 21', 1877.] Schools, The 
Oratory, Birmingham, and Downside. Matric. Easter, 1897. 
Capt., '4th Batt., Leinster Regt. (militia). Succeeded his 
father as 5th Bart., Aug. 16, 1903. Chairman of Dubhn 
Distillers' Co. Of Boley, Monkstown, Co. Dublin, in I943- 
D.L. for Queen's County. High Sheriff, 1907. J. P. for Co. 
Dubhn. Died at Dun Laoghaire, May 3, 1945- {Who's Wko; 
Burke, P. and B.; G.E.C.; The Catholic Who's Who; KeUy, 
Handbook; The Times, May 4, 1945.) 

GRACE, WILLIAM GILBERT. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1893. 
S. and h. of William Gilbert [the famous cricketer, for whom 
see D.N.B.], physician and surgeon, of 15, Victoria Square, 
Clifton, Bristol [and Agnes Nicholls Day]. B. July 6, 1874, 
at 19, Coleherne Road, S. Kensington. School, Clifton 
College. Matric. Michs. 1893; Scholar; B.A. 1896; M.A. 
1903. Cricket 'blue,' 1895, 1896. Played cricket for Gloucs., 
and was in the Northants. and E. Midlands Rugby XV. 
Assistant Master at Oundle School, and afterwards at the 
Royal Naval College, Osborne. Died Mar. 3, 1905, at Cowes. 
{Clifton Coll. Reg.; Book of Blues; Schoolmasters' Directories; 
Memorial Biography of W. G. Grace; The Times, Mar. 4, 
1905-) 

GRACEY, HUGH KIRKWOOD. Adm. pens, at St C.^^tharine's, 

Mav 23, 18S7. S. of David [Baptist minister, for whom see 
Boase, v. 462]. B. [Nov. 23, 1S68], at Camberwell, Surrey. 
[School, City of London.] Matric. Michs. 1887. Entered the 
I.C.S., 1887. Served in the N.W. Province and in Oudh as 
Assistant Joint and District Magistrate. Deputy Com- 
missioner, i8g6. Magistrate and Collector, 1901. Settlement 
Officer, CawTipore, 1903-6. Conmiissioner of the Gorakhpore 
Div., 1916-20. Twice mentioned for his services. C.B.E., 
1918. Commissioner of Kumaon, United Provinces. Retired, 
1924. .■\uthor, Rhvming Legends of Ind; Zuff Ballads. Of 
La Roque, Jersey," Channel Islands, where he died June 27, 
1929. Brother of the next. {I.C.S. Lists; Who was Who; 
The Times, June 29, 1929; Cambridge Review, Oct. u, 1929.) 

GRACEY, STEPHEN WILLIAM, .^dm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 10, 1S95. S. of David, of Roslyn, Fortis Green, London. 
B. Sept. 26, 1S73, in London. School, City of London. 
Matric. Michs. 1895; E.xhibitioner. Appointed to I.C.S., 
1895. Served in the Punjab and N.W. Frontier Province as 
Assistant Commissioner. District Judge, 1907. Brother of 
the above. {I.C.S. Lists.) 

GRADY (post O'GRADY), HENRY. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, 
Apr. 6, 1807; from Trinity College, Dublin, whence he had 
matric. Oct. 2, 1804, age 16. [S. of Standish, of Abingdon, 
Co. Limerick. B. there.] Matric. Lent, 1809; B..-\. 18 10. 
M.A. Dublin {ad eundem Cantab.) 1832. Assumed the 
surname of O'Grady. {A1. Dubl.) 

GRAEME, EGERTON HOOD MURRAY (1895), see HAMOND- 
GRAEME, E. H. M. 

GRAEME, PATRICK JAMES FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Feb. 6, 1S67. S. [and h.] of George [Drummond], 
Major, deceased, late of Aberuthven, Auchterarder [and the 
Hon. Marianne Jane, dau. of James, Viscount Strathallan]. 
B. [Mar. 16, 1849], at Inchbrakie, Perths. School, Harrow. 
Matric. 1867. Succeeded his father, 1854. Of Inchbrakie 
and of .Aberuthven, Perths. Joined the Cameron High- 
landers, 1870; retired, 1875. Sold the estate of Inchbrakie, 
in 1882, and settled at Lake Dauphin, Manitoba, Canada. 
Died unmarried Sept. 30, 1926. {Harrow Sch. Reg.; Burke, 
L.G.; Burke, Col. Gentry, 795.) 

GRAEME, PATRICK NEALE SUTHERLAND. Adm. at Pem- 
broke, Oct. 1895. S. [and b.] of Alexander Malcolm Suther- 
land [J. P., D.L., sometime Lieut., R.N., and Margaret 
Isabel, dau. of John Mason Neale, D.D.I, of Graemshall, 
Orkney. B. there Mar. 7, 1877. School, Malvern College. 
Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's 
Inn, June 24, 1903. On the South Eastern Circuit. Secretary 
to the Xord Chief Justice, 1902-13. Legal Assistant to the 
Judge-Advocate-General, 1914-18. Deputy Judge Advocate, 
1918. Deputy Judge-Advocate-General, 1932-8. C.B.E., 
1921. Of Graemshall, Orkney. J. P. for Orkney. {Malvern 
Coll. Reg.; Scottish Biographies; Law Lists; Burke, L.G.; 
Who's Who; Kelly, Handbook.) 

GRAEME, ROBERT de GRAEME. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Mar. 27, i860. S. [and h.] of James, of Keppin House, 
Perths. B. Feb. 13, 1841, in Guernsey. School, EUzabeth 
College, Guernsey, and at Edinburgh Academy. Matric. 
Michs. i860; B.A. 1864; M.A. 1868. Advocate in Edinburgh. 
J. P. Succeeded his father as 14th Laird of Garvock, 1859. 
Died unmarried May 12, 1902. {Edinburgh Acad. Reg.; 
L. G. Graeme, Graemes and Grahams; Burke, L. G.) 



Graham, Bellingham 

GRAEME, YARBURGH GAMALIEL LLOYD {i&^i),-see H.OYD- 
GRAEME. 

GRAFTON, AUGUSTUS WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Jesus, May 5, 1S54. S. of .•Vugustus, Major, E.I.S. B. at 
Bath. School, Kensington proprietary. Matric. Michs. 1854. 
Migrated to Trinity Hall, Jan. 29, 1855; Scholar, 1855; 
B.A. (Theol. Exam., 1st Class) 1858; M.A. 1861. Ord. 
deacon (Canterbury) 1859; priest, i860; C. of St Martin's, 
Canterbury, 1859-61. C. of St Edward's, Cambridge, 1861. 
Vice-Principal of WeUs Theological College, 1861-74. Preb. 
of Wells, 1867-1904. V. of Henton, Somerset, 1870-4. 
P.C. of Highbridge, 1874-80. V. of Castle Cary, 1880-1904. 
Rural Dean of Cary, 1896-1900. Disappears from Crockford, 
1905. {Cant. Act Bk.) 

GRAFTON, Dukes of, see FITZROY. 

GRAFTON, FRANCIS FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June II, 1879. S. of Frederick William, of Heysham Hall, 
near Lancaster. B. [Dec. 23], 1859, at Manchester. .School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1887. Of 
Barley Grange, Macclesfield. Died Oct. 27, 1937, at Cartery, 
Sway, Hants. {Eton Sch. Lists; The Times, Oct. 28, 1937-) 

GRAHAM, ALBERT. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 23, 1864. 
[Youngestl s. of John (1811), Bishop of Chester. B. [Nov. 10, 
1845], at "the Lodge, Christ's College. School, Bury St 
Edmunds {.\. H. Wratislaw, M..\.). Matric. Michs. 1S65. 
Kept ten terms. Died Apr. 1875. Buried at Chester. Brother 
of John (1853). [Peile,u. $ii; Bury Gr. Sch. Reg., which 
gives 'b. Nov. 1846.') 

GRAHAM, ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Sept. 21, 1S18. [3rd] s. of Alexander. B. [1799], at Lyme- 
kilns, Lanarkshire. From Glasgow University. Matric. 
Michs. 1818. Adm. Advocate, 1831. Of Lymekilns, Capellie 
and Boyleston, N.B. A well-known sportsman. Won the 
purse at Waterloo, 1845, 1849, 1854. Contributed sporting 
articles to Bell's Life in London. Died s.p. Feb. 11, 1873, at 
Lymekilns. Brother of James (1831). {Glasgmo Matrics.; 
Boase, v. 463.) 

GRAHAM, ALEXANDER. Adm. (age 18) at Caius, Oct. i, 
1880. S. of — [John], deceased. B. [1861], at Dundalk, 
Ireland. Schools, Rathmines, Dublin and Liverpool College. 
Matric. Michs. 1880; Scholar, 1880-3; B.A. 1884. Called to 
the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, May 4, 1887. On the Oxford Circuit. 
Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer. Recorder of Bridg- 
north, 1905-41. Deputy Provincial Grand Master of Shrop- 
shire. Lived latterly at VVhitehouse, Kingsland, Shrewsbury, 
where he died July 26, 1941. {Law Lists; Who's Who, 1942; 
Venn, 11. 444; The Times, Aug. 25, 1941.) 

GRAHAM, ALLEN MARDEN. .Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Jan. 24, 1854. S. [and h.] of James, of 76, Westbourne 
Terrace, London. B. [Mar. 10, 1835], at W. Mailing, Kent. 
School, Rugbv. Matric. Michs. 1854; B..A. 1859. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, .Apr. 3, 1856. Called to the Bar, i860. 
Died July 14, 1877. {Rugby Sch. Reg.) 

GRAHAM, ANDREW. M.A. 1883. Educated in Ireland. Began 
his astronomical work at Mr Cooper's Observatory at 
Markree.Co. Sligo,'in 1842. Discovered the asteroid 'Metis,' 
Apr. 26, 1848. In Mar. 1864 appointed by Professor John 
Couch Adams to be first .Assistant at the Cambridge Ob- 
servatory. From 1872-96 devoted himself to the production 
of the Cambridge Star Catalogue of 14,464 stars, which was 
published in 1S97 at Leipzig. Retired, 1903. Died Nov. 5, 
1908, aged 93, at his residence, 23, Maids' Causeway, Cam- 
bridge. Father of Henry W. (1868). (Scott, MSS.; The 
Times, Nov. 7, 1908.) 

GRAHAM, ARTHUR ROBERT. .Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
.Apr. 19, 1856. S. of John (1820), R. of Cosgrove, Stony 
Stratford. Matric. Michs. 1856; Scholar, 1858; B.A. i860; 
M..A. 1863; M.Chir. and M.B. 1864. .Adm. Com. causa at 
Oxford, 1867. .At St Bartholomew's Hospital. House 
Surgeon, Lambeth Hospital. Resident Medical Officer, City 
of London Hospital for Chest Diseases. Of Kingsdon, 
Taunton, in 1909. Brother of Henry L. (1863) and Malcolm 
R. (1865). {T. A. Walker, 511; Al. O.-con.; Medical Direc- 
tories.) 

GRAHAM, BELLINGHAM. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 19) at 
Trinity, Feb. 2, 1784. [Only] s. of Sir Bellingham [5th] Bart. 
[and Elizabeth, dau. of Benjamin Hudson, of Bridlington], 
of York. [B. c. 1764.] School, Cheam, Surrey (Mr Gilpin). 
Succeeded as 6th Bart., 1790. Married, Oct. 31, 1785, 
Priscilla, dau. of Sir Charles Whitworth, Kt., and had issue. 
Of Norton Conyers, Yorks. Died .Apr. 13, 1796, at Whitwell, 
Yorks. Buried at Wath. For his only son. Sir Bellingham 
Reginald, see Boase, v. 463 and Al. Oxon. (Burke, P. and B., 
1940; G.E.C.) 



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GRAHAM, CHARLES JAMES. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
June 25, 1858. [2nd] s. of John (1811), R. of Hinxton, 
Cambs. [B. Oct. 1839.] Schools [Uppingham, 1855 and] 
Bury. Matric. Michs. 1858; Scholar, 1859; B.A. 1862. 
A sheep farmer in Australia. Member of the Queensland 
Government. Died Mar. 1886, at Albany, S. .Australia, on 
his return to .Australia from London. Brother of John (1859), 
William (1856), etc. {Uppingham Sch. Roll; S.H.-'V.H., Bury 
Gr. Sch. Reg.; T. A. Walker, 514.) 

GRAHAM, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. (age 23) at C.\ius, Jan. 1875; 
from Dublin, whence he had graduated B.A. 1873; M.A. 
1877. S. of the Rev. Christopher, R. of Derver (sic), Co. Louth, 
deceased. B. in Co. Tyrone. School, Dundalk Grammar. 
Matric. Lent, 1875; Scholar, 1875-8; 2nd Smith's Prize, 
1878; B.A. isrd Wrangler) 1878; M.A. 1881. Fellow, 1878-85. 
Assistant Master at Malvern College, 1881-3. H.M. Inspector 
of Schools, Ireland, 1899, and Inspector of Reformatory 
Industrial Schools. Member of Council of C.M.S. for Ireland. 
Died Mar. i, 1927, in Dublin. Father of the ne.xt. (.4/. 
Dubl.; Venn, 11. 416.) 

GRAHAM, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1897. 
Adm. at C.A.IUS, Jan. 8, 1898. S. of Christopher (above). 
B. [Mar. 17], 1879, in Cambridge. School, Perse, Cambridge. 
B.A. 1901; M.A. 1905.' Went to S. Africa, 1900, with the 
volunteer company of the Suffolk Regt. Ord. deacon 
(Rochester) 1902; priest, 1903; C. of Gravesend, 1902-5. 
House Master and Chaplain, Royal Masonic School, 1905-6. 
Naval Chaplain, H.M.S. Cochrane, 1907-9; Essex, 1909-11; 
Formidable, 1911-12; Commonwealth, 1912-14; Vulcan, 
1914-16; R.N. Hospital, 1917-19; H.M.S. Malaga, 1919-20; 
R.N. Hospital, Haslar, 1920-5; H.iM.S. Vivid, 1925; R.N. 
Barracks, _Devonport, 1928-32. R. of Cheddon Fitzpaine, 
1932-47-.' O.B.E., 1919. {Venn, 11. 555; Univ. War List; 
Crockford.) 

GRAHAM, CYRIL CLARKE (or CLERKE). Adm. pens, (age 18) 
at Trinity, Nov. 3, 185 1. [3rd] s. of Sir Sandford (1S06) 
[2nd] Bart. B. [Mar. 6, 1834], in London. Matric. Michs. 
1852. A distinguished linguist and traveller. Of Kirkstall, 
Yorks. Private Secretary to the Earl of Carnarvon, Secretary 
of State for the Colonies, 1866-7. Lieut. -Governor of 
Grenada, 1875-7. C.M.G., 1877. Succeeded his brother 
Sir Lumbley as 5th and last Bart., Oct. 25, 1890. Of Edmond 
Castle, Carlisle. Died s.^.w. May 9, 1895, at Cannes. (Burke, 
L.G. and P. and B.; Boase, v. 463; The Times, May 11, 1895.) 

GRAHAM, EDWARD CURTEIS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity, July 2, 1851. [4th] s. of John [of Eastbourne, 
Sussex, J. P., D.L., and CaroUne EUnor, dau. of Edward J. 
Curteis, M.P., of Hurstmonceaux Castle]. B. May 15, 1832, 
at Eastbourne. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 185 1; B..\. 
1856. Rowed for Cambridge against O.xford, June, 1855, 
in the Grand Challenge Cup at Henley (not properly a 
University boat race). Ord. deacon (Chester) 1858; priest, 
1859; C. of Halewood, Lanes., 1859-61. V. of Worthing, 
Sussex, 1866-74. Died Dec. 31, 1874. Brother of Reginald J. 
(1840). {Rugby Sch. Reg.; Book of Blues; Burke, L.G., 1939; 
G. B. Routledge; Clergy List; Crockford.) 

GRAHAM, FERGUS JAMES, .^dm. pens, (age 18) at M.\gda- 
LENE, Apr. 26, 181 1. S. and h. of the Rev. Fergus [Magdalen 
College, Oxford], R. of Arthuret, Cumberland [by his first 
wife, Johanna, dau. of Robert Gale, of Carhsle]. B. 1792. 
School, Westminster. Matric. Easter, 1811. Comet, 2nd 
Dragoon Guards, 1814; Lieut., 1816; on haU-pay, 1817; 
retired, Feb. 12, 1833. Postmaster at Carlisle, 1831. British 
Consul at Bayonne, 1842-74. Married (i) 1818, .\lethea, 
dau.of William Evans James, of Liverpool; (2) 1851, Frances, 
dau. of WiUiam Ellis, of Castle Field, Yorks. Died Jan. 16, 
1881. Half-brother of Wmiam P. (1847). (P. E. Towell; 
Record of Old Westminsters; Burke, L.G. and P. and B., 1940, 
which gives 'died Jan. 18.') 

GRAHAM, FRANK WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, 

May 15, 1879. S. of WilUam Frederick, Esq. [and Louisa]. 
B. at Stoke Newington. Bapt. Apr. 15, 1858. [School, 
CUfton College (left, 1871).] Matric. Michs. 1879. {Clifton 
Coll. Reg.) 

GRAHAM, GEORGE. .Adm. sizar at St Cath.\rine's, Oct. 17, 
1815. [Perhaps s. of John, R. of St Saviour's, York.] B. at 
York. Matric. Michs. 1816; B.A. 1820. Ord. deacon (York) 
July 25, 1820; priest, July 29, 1821; C. of St Saviour's, York, 
1820. Head Master of Archbishop Holgate's Grammar 
School, York. Died July 17, 1829. Perhaps brother of John 
B. (1809), but he is described as 'only surviving s.' (G. Mag., 
1829, II. 91.) 

GRAHAM, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. i, 
1863. .Matric. Michs. 1863; Scholar, 1864; B.A. (Theol. 
Exam., ist Class) 1867; M.A. 1871. Ord. deacon (London) 



Graham, Henry William 

1867; priest, 1868; C. of St Michael's, Islington, 1867-9. 
C.-in-charge of Welling, Kent, 1869-77. .Assistant Diocesan 
Inspector of Schools, dio. London, 1876-7. C. of St M.irtin- 
in-the-Fields, London, 1877-8. V. of Christ Church, Bexley- 
heath with Welling, Kent, 1878-87. Died there Dec. 9, 
1887. {Crockford; The Guardian, Dec. 14, 1887.) 

GRAHAM, GEORGE HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity 
Hall, June 25, 1869. S. of the Rev. J[ohn], M.A. [DubUn], 
R. of St Chad's, Lichfield. School, RossaU. Matric. Lent, 
1870. Migrated to Downing, Jan. 29, 1873; B.A. 1875. Ord. 
deacon (Worcester) 1876; priest, 1877; C. of St Thomas's, 
Birmingham, 1876. C. of St Paul's, Worcester, 1877. C. of 
Kempsey, Worcs., 1877-9. C. of St Paul's, Stratford-by- 
Bow, London, 1879-82. C. of St Chad's, Lichfield, 1882-93. 
Lived latterly at 20, Castle Street, Shrewsbury, and dis- 
appears from Crockford, 1900. {RossaU Sch. Reg.) 

GRAHAM, GEORGE MICHAEL. .\dm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1898. S. of John, of Huntingstile, Grasmere, West- 
morland. B. Sept. 29, 1879, at Grasmere. School, Hailey- 
bury. Matric. Michs. 1898. An actor. {Haileybury Sch. Reg.) 

GRAHAM, GEORGE WALFORD. Adm. at Clare, June i3, 

1892. [3rd s. of F. G., of Palace Gate, Kensington. B. 1873, 
at Whitstable, Kent.] School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 
1892; B..\. 1901. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, Jan. 27, 
1902. Joined the North Eastern Circuit. Of 4, Paper 
Buildings, Temple, and of West Hartlepool. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Major, Cork R.G.A.). Died Dec. 30, 
1941, at Wear Gifiard, Devon. (Shreiusbury Sch. Reg. 
(George only); Law Lists; Univ. War List; Durham Contem- 
porary Biographies; The Times, Jan. i, 1942.) 

GRAHAM, GERARD. .\dm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. 31, 1892. 
S. of W. [? William (1856)], of 2, Temple Gardens, London. 
Matric. Michs. 1892. .\n electrical engineer. Brother of 
William J. H. (1890). {Wellington Coll. Reg.) 

GRAHAM, HAROLD EDWARD. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 

1893. [2nd] s. of George Frederick, secretary and treasurer 
of the Liverpool Exchange Co., of 16, Sefton Drive, Liver- 
pool. B. June 5, 1874, at Liverpool. School, Liverpool 
College. Matric. Michs. 1893. 

GRAHAM, HAROLD ERNEST. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1896. S. of Thomas H., Esq. B. [Jan. 31, 1877], at 
Clifton, Bristol. School, RossaU (Rev. C. C. Tancock). 
Matric. Michs. 1S96; B.A. 1899; M..A.., M.B. and B.C. 1906. 
Athletics 'blue,' 1899, 1900 (half mile). .\t St Bartholomew's 
Hospital and at Vienna. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1905. Clinical 
Assistant and House Physician, St Bartholomew's Hospital. 
Physician at Cirencester Hospital. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Capt., R.A.M.C). Of The Gabled House, Burford, 
Oxon., in 1943. Died there .-Vpr. 21, 1947. {RossaU Sch. Reg.; 
Book of Blues; Univ. War List; Medical Directories.) 

GRAHAM, HAROLD JAMES. Matric. pens, from Emmanuel, 
Michs. 1895. S. of James, Esq., of 36, King Street, Chester. 
Scholar; B..^. 1898; M..'\. 1902. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1900; 
priest, 1901 ; C. of Stockport, Cheshire, 1900-3, 1909-14 and 
1914-16. C. of St Wilfred's, Northenden, 1903-4. C. of 
St M., Neston, 1904-9. V. of St George's, Hyde, 1916-31. 
V. of Kemsing, Kent, 1931-5. V. of St Silas, Blackburn, 
1935-46. {Crockford.) 

GRAHAM, HENRY [CHARLES] VERNON. Adm. Fell. -Com. at 
Queens', July 5, 1824. Of Staffordshire. Matric. Michs. 
1824. 

GRAHAM, HENRY FAITHFULL. Adm. Fell. -Com. at St 
John's, Feb. 7, 1815. B. in Ireland. Matric. Michs. 1815. 
Henry Graham, 2nd s. of FaithfuU, late of Dublin, deceased, 
was adm. at the Middle Temple, Jan. 24, 1816. 

GRAHAM, HENRY LGNGUEVILLE. Adm. pens, at Peter- 
house, Sept. 29, 1863. S. of the Rev. John (1820), R. of Cos- 
grove, Stony Stratford. [B. Mar. 1844. School, Uppingham.] 
Matric. Michs. 1863; Scholar, 1864; B.A. 1867. Ord. deacon 
(Worcester, Litt. dim. for Hereford) 1867; priest (Hereford) 
1868; C. of Bishop Frome, Bromyard, 1867-79. C. of 
Bradenham, Bucks., 1879-82. V. of Buildwas, Salop, 1882-6. 
C. of St Peter's, Bournemouth, 1887-8. V. of Riseley, Beds., 
1888-9. V. of Ocle-Pychard,Heref., 1889-92. C. of St .\nne's, 
Eastbourne, 1895-8. C. of Icklesham, 1901-3. Assistant 
Chaplain at Territet, 1903-6. Lie. pr., dio. Chichester, 1908. 
Lived latterlv at Eastbourne, where he died .^ug. 4, 192 1. 
Brother of Arthur R. (1856) and Malcolm R. (1865). {Upping- 
ham Sch. Roll; Crockford; Scott, MSS.; T. A. Walker, 523; 
The Guardian, .-^ug. 12, 1921.) 

GRAHAM, HENRY WILLIAM. Adm. sub-sizar at Trinity, 
Apr. 28, 1S68. S. of Andrew (1883), of The Observatory, 
Cambridge. B. May 30, 1848, at Markree, SUgo. Matric. 
Michs. 1868; B.A. 1872; M.A. 1876. 



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GRAHAM, JAMES, Marquess of. Adni. nobleman (age i8) at 
Trinity, Jan. 8, 1773. S. and h. of William [2nd] Duke of 
Montrose. B. [Sept. 8, 1755], in London. School, Eton. 
Matric. Lent, 1774; M.A. 1775. LL.D., Glasgow. D.C.L., 
Oxford. Styled Marquess of Graham, 1755-go. M.P. for 
Richmond, 1780-4; for Gt Bedwin, 1784-90. Chancellor of 
Glasgow University, 1780-1836. Paymaster-General of the 
Forces, 1789-91 (jointly with Lord Mulgrave). Vice-Presi- 
dent, Board of Trade and member of the Privy Council, 1789- 
Succeeded his father as 3rd Duke of Montrose, Sept. 23, 1790. 
Commissioner for the affairs of India, 1791-1803. Master 
of the Horse, 1790-5 and 1807-21. Lord Justice-General of 
Scotland, 1795-1836. K.G., 1812. Enrolled as a private in 
the City of London Light Horse during the French Revolu- 
tion. President of the Board of Trade, 1804-6, and for most 
of that time also joint Postmaster-General. Lord Chamber- 
lain, 1821-7 and 1828-30. Lord-Lieut, of the Counties of 
Stirling and Dumbarton. Knight of the Order of the Thistle, 
1793-1812. Obtained permission for the Highlanders to 
resume their national dress which had long been prohibited 
by law. Married (i) Mar. 3, 1785, Jemima Elizabeth, dau. of 
John, Earl of Ashburnham; (2) July 24, 1790, Caroline 
Maria, dau. of George, Duke of Manchester. Died Dec. 30, 
1836, at his mansion in Grosvenor .Square, London. Buried 
at Aberuthven, Perthshire. Father of James (1817). {Eton 
Coll. Reg.; D.N.B.; Doyle, Official Baronage of England; 
Scots Peerage (Montrose), vi. 268.) 

GRAHAM, Sir JAMES, Bart. Matric. from Jesus, Easter, iSii; 
M.A. i8ri. [Doubtless 2nd s. of Thomas, of Edmond Castle, 
Cumberland. B. Nov. 18, 1753.] Created Baronet, Oct. 3, 
1808. Of Kirkstall, Yorks. M'.P. for Cockermouth, 1802-5 
and 1807-12; for Wigtown Burghs, 1805-6; for Carlisle, 
1812-25. Recorder of Appleby. Married, June 17, 1781, 
Anne, dau. of the Rev. Thomas Moore, of Kirkstall. Died 
Mar. 21, 1825. Father of Sandford (1806) and probably of 
Thomas (1804). [Note: another of these names, b. in Apr., 
1761, was created ist Bart., of Netherby, 1783. Married 
Lady Catharine Stewart, dau. of the Earl of Galloway. 
Died Apr. 13, 1824. Father of Sir James, R. G. (1835).] 
(Burke, L.G.j 

GRAHAM, JAMES, Marquess of. Adm. nobleman (age 17) at 
Trinity, Feb. 4, 1817. S. and h. of James (i773) [3rd] Duke 
of Montrose [by his second wife, Lady Caroline Maria Mon- 
tagu, dau. of George, Duke of Manchester], B. [July 16, 
1799], in London. School, Eton. Matric. Lent, 1817; M.A. 
1819. Styled Marquess of Graham, 1 799-1836. P.C.,Feb. 23, 
1821. M.P. for Cambridge, 1825-32. Commissioner for India 
Board, 1S28-30. Succeeded his father as 4th Duke and 
7th Marquis of Montrose, 1836. Opposed the Free Trade 
measures of Sir Robert Peel, in 1846. Lord Steward of the 
Queen's Household, Feb. 27, 1852-Jan. 4, 1853. Chancellor 
of Duchy of Lancaster, 1858-91. Postmaster-General, July, 
1866-Dec. 1868, when he concluded a convention with the 
U.S. A,, India and China, which greatly reduced the tariff 
for letters passing between Great Britain and those countries; 
also effected improvements in mail contracts with the East 
held by P. and O. Co. In 1868 brought forward the Electric 
Telegraphs Bill. Chancellor of Glasgow University, 1837. 
Major-General of the Royal .'\rchers. Lord-Lieut, of Stirling- 
shire, 1843. Married, Oct. 15, 1836, Caroline Agnes, dau. of 
John Beresford, second Lord Decies, and had issue. Died 
Dec. 30, 1874, at Cannes. {D.N.B.; Doyle, Official Baronage 
of England; Eton Sch. Lists.) 

GRAHAM, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Trinity, May 30, 
1831. S. of .Alexander. B. at Lymekilns, Lanarks. Educated 
at Glasgow University. Matric. Michs. 1831. Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, Apr. 26, 1849, as 'youngest s. of Alexander, 
of Limehills (sic), Lanarks.' Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 1865. 
Of Fereneze, Co. Renfrew. Died s.p. Nov. 12, 1869, at Hotel 
St James, Rue St Honore, Paris. Brother of Alexander 
(1818). {Laze' Lists ; Foster, Men at the Bar; GlasgOiC Matricu- 
lation Album, 338.) 

GRAHAM, JAMES HENRY STUART. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 
1879. Of Waterford, Ireland. S. of Charles [and Anna Maria]. 
B. [Mar. 25, 1852], at Little Newtown. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, Oct. 21, 1880; B..'\. 1884; M.A. rS87. Ord. deacon 
(London) 1894; C. of St Matthew's, Fulham, 1894-5. C. of 
St David's, HoUoway, 1895-6. Died Mar. 17, 1896, at 
15, Framfield Road, Highbury. (Scott, MSS.; Crockford; 
The Standard, Mar. 20, 1896.) 

GRAHAM, JAMES REGINALD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 6, 
1883. [3rd] s. of [Sir] Frederick [Ulrick, 3rd Bart.], of 
Netherby, Longtown, Cumberland. B. [July 28], 1864, in 
London. School, Wellington. Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. and 
LL.B. 1886. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 18, 1884. 
Called to the Bar, Nov. 19, 1888. Of Scaurbank, Longtown, 
Cumberland. Died Sept. 26, 19 10. {Wellington Coll. Reg.; 
Law Lists; Burke, P. and B., 1940.) 



Graham, The Rev. John 

GRAHAM, Sir JAMES ROBERT GEORGE, Bart. Hon. LL.D., 
1835; from Trinity [not in register]. S. and h. of Sir James, 
ist Bart., of Netherby, Cumberland, and Lady Catharine 
Stewart. B. June i, 1792, at Naworth, Cumberland. School, 
Westminster. Matric. from Christ Church, Oxford, June 8, 
iSio. Succeeded as 2nd Bart., 1824. Secretary to Lord 
Montgomerie, British Minister in Sicily; had conduct of 
negotiations with King Joachim (Murat), of Naples, 1813-14. 
M.P. for Hull, 1818-20; for St Ives, 1820 (resigned on 
petition), 1821; for Carlisle, 1826-9 and 1852-61; for Cum- 
berland, 1829-32; for E. Cumberland, 1832-7; for Pembroke, 
1838-41; for Dorchester, 184 1-7; for Ripon, 1847-52. 
F.R.S., 1831. First Lord of the .Admiralty, 1830-4 and 
1852-5. Home Secretary, 1841-6. G.C.B. (Civil) 1854. 
K.C.B., 1854. Married, Julv, 1819, Fanny, dau. of Col. 
Callander, of Craigforth, Stirliiig. .Author, Corn and Currency, 
etc. Of Croftheacl, near Netherbv, Cumberland. Died Oct. 
25, 1861, at Netherby. Father of Malise R. (1851). (Al. 
Oxon.; Burke, P. and B.; D.N.B.; Boase, i. 1196; G.E.C.) 

GRAHAM, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. at St John's, Nov. 12, 1783- 
[Doubtless s. and h. of John, deceased, formerly a member 
of the Supreme Council of Bengal, and Mary, dau. of William 
Shewen, of Thistleboon, near Swansea. B. in the E. Indies. 
School, Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 1786. Became a friend of 
the Prince Regent (afterwards George IV) and owing to 
extravagant living had to sell his estate of Yatton. Went to 
the Hague and became a diamond merchant. Died unmar- 
ried. Doubtless brother of William (1786). [St John's Coll. 
Adm. gives: 'one of these names was an officer in the Army 
of the H.E.I.C, Madras; 2nd Lieut., May 27, 1783; Lieut., 
Aug. 21, 1790; retired Mar. 4, 1808 (DodweU and Miles, 
Officers of the -Indian Armv, 66-7).'] {Harrow Sch. Reg.; 
St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 276; L. G. Graeme, Graemes and 
Grahams, 600.) 

GRAHAM, JOHN. .Adm. sizar at St John's, Feb. 27, 181 1. Of 
Cumberiand. [Perhaps s. of John, R. of Bewcastle.] Matnc. 
Michs. 1811; Scholar, 1812; B.A. {20th Wrangler) 1815; M.A. 
1818; B.D. 1826. Fellow, 1S19. FeUow of Jesus, May 23, 
1828. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Sept. 23, 1815; priest (Ely) 
Mar. 15, 1818; C. of Wardley, Rutland, 1815. C. of Swaffham 
Bulbeck, Cambs., 1816. V. of Comberton, 1830-3. V. of 
Swavesey, 1833-62. V. of Hinxton, 1833-62. Died July 8, 
1862, aged 70. Father of William (1856), Charles J. (1858) 
and John (1859). (Foster, Index Eccles.; 'Northants. Clergy; 
Cant. Act Bk.; Scott, MSS.; Jesus Coll. Notes.) 

GRAHAM, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Christ's, Dec. 26, 
181 1. [Only] s. of John [managing clerk, of The Bailey, 
Durham]. B. [Feb. 23, 1794], at [Claypath], Durham. 
School, Durham. Matric. Michs. 1812; Scholar, 181 3; B.A. 
{^th Wrangler)