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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 QUEENS* COLLEGE 



PART II 

FROM 1753 TO 1900 

VOLUME V 
PACE— SPYERS 



CAMBRIDGE 

AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS 

1953 



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ALUMNI CANTABRIGIENSES 



FROM 1752 TO 1900 



Pace, Arthur 

PACE, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Clare, June 24, 1819. B. in 
Devon. Matric. Michs. 1819; B.A. 1825. 

PACE, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, May 2, 1850. 
Only s. of John, schoolmaster, deceased, of Bowes, Yorks. 
B. there. School, Bowes. Matric. Michs. 1850; Scholar; 
B.A. 1854. 

PACE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, June 14, 
1781. S. of William, of London. School, Westminster. 
Matric. Michs. 1781; Scholar, 1782; B.A. 1785; M.A. 1819. 
R. of Rampisham with Wraxall, Dorset, 1 794-1 845. Died 
Mar. 22, 1845, aged 82, at Bath. {Record of Old Westminsters; 
Clergy List; G. Mag., 1845, 11. 91.) 

PACEY, HENRY BUTLER. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Jan. 12, 1753; Scholar, 1754. [S. of Henry, prothonotary of 
the Court of Common Pleas, Westminster. School, Eton.] 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 15, 1748-9; perhaps previously 
adm. at the Middle Temple, Jan. 1745-6. Recorder of Boston 
and Receiver of Land Tax for the Parts of Kesteven, Lines. 
Died, of apoplexy, Nov. 1785, at Boston. Father of the next. 
{Eton Coll. Reg.; G. Mag., 1785, ii. 1005-6; Inns of Court.) 

PACEY, HENRY BUTLER HURST. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Pembroke, June 13, 1791. Eldest s. of Henry Butler (above), 
Esq., of Boston, Lines. B. there. Scholar, 1791; matric. 
Lent, 1792; B.A. 1795; M.A. 1798; D.D. i8io. Fellow. R. of 
Algarkirk with Fosdyke, Lines., 1818-27. V. of Friskney, 
1828-31. Resided at Boston, 1832-50. R. of Burrough and 
V. of Somerby, 1850-5. J. P. for Lines. Died at Aston House, 
near Stevenage, April 12, 1864, aged 90. {Clerical Guide; 
Foster, Index Eccles.; Cambridge Year-Book, 1864.) 

PACKARD, DANIEL. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Pembroke, 
June lO, 1772. Only s. of Daniel, merchant, of Woodbridge, 
Suffolk. B. there. Matric. Easter, 1773; B.A. 1776. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) July 28, 1776; priest, Aug. 2, 1778; C. of 
Fordley and Westleton, Suffolk, 1776-1804. R. of Fordley 
with Middleton, and V. of Westleton, 1804-20. Disappears 
from Clergy List, 1847. Father of Harrison (1800). 

PACKARD, DANIEL. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 27, 1831. Of 
Suffolk. S. of the Rev. Harrison (1800). Matric. Michs. 1831; 
B.A. 1835. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1835; priest (Norwich) 
Aug. I, 1841; C. of Harpenden, Herts., 1845-6. C. of Chester- 
ford, Essex, 1850-2. Inc. of St Andrew's, Walkerville, 
S. Australia, 1859-63. Married, Dec. 17, 1835, Sarah, dau. 
of Joseph Devereux, of Beccles, Suffolk. Disappears from 
Clergy List, 1868. {Venn, 11. 216.) 

PACKARD, GEORGE. Adm. sizar at St John's, Mar. 28, 1855; 
a ' Ten-year man.' S. of John, grinder (and Elizabeth). B. at 
Sheffield, Dec. 28, 1830. Bapt. Feb. 6, 1831. 

PACKARD, HARRISON. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Caius, Oct. 22, 
1800. S. of the Rev. Daniel (1772), of Middleton, Suffolk. 

B. there. School, Halesworth (Mr Tanqueray). Matric. Michs. 
1801; B.A. 1805; M.A. 1808. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Feb. 22, 
1806; priest, June 12, 1808. V. of Blythburgh and Walbers- 
wick, Suffolk, 1809-15. V. of Bruisyard, 1814. P.C. of 
Butley, 1814-25. R. of Fordley and Middleton, 1820-60. 

C. of Westleton, 1820-60, and P.C. of Peasenhall, 1809-60. 
Married, 1809, Esther, dau. of the Rev. Francis Leggett, 
V. of Sibton, Suffolk. Died Dec. 28, i860. Father of Daniel 
(1831). {Venn, ii. 137; Crockford.) 

PACKARD, OSBORNE BURGESS. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Sept. 29, 1868. Of Suffolk. Matric. Michs. 1868; 
B.A. 1872; M.A. 1876. Ord. deacon (Gloucester and Bristol) 
1873; priest, 1874; C. of Tewkesbury, Gloucs., 1873-6. C. of 
Mary Church, Devon, 1876-7. C. of Mildenhall, Suffolk, 
1877-82. V. of Dullingham, Cambs., 1882-8. R. of Depden, 
i888-r9o8. Died Aug. 3, 1908, at Towyn. {Crockford; The 
Cambridge Chronicle, Aug. 14, 1908.) 

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Packer, Alfred John 

PACKE, AUGUSTUS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 10, 1823. 
[5th] s. of Lieut. -Col. Charles James (Exeter College, Oxford, 
1776), of Prestwold Hall, Leics. (and Penelope, dau. of 
Richard Dugdale, of Blyth Hall and Merevale, Warws.). 
B. [Oct. 8, 1805], at Hanthorpe House, Morton, Lines. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1823; B.A. 1827; M.A. 1830. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) 1829; priest, 1831. V. of Prestwold, Leics., 
1836-8. R. of Claythorpe, Lines., 1844-6. R. of Walton-on- 
the Wolds, Leics., 184.7-61. Married, Nov. i, 1843, Frances 
Henrietta, dau. of William John Campion, of Danny Park, 
Sussex. Died Feb. i, 1861, at St Leonards; buried at Walton. 
Brother of James (1821). (Peile, 11. 413; Crockford; Burke, 
L.G.; G. Mag., i86i, i. 147.) 

PACKE, EDMUND CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, (age 18), at 
Magdalene, Aug. 30, 1896. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. William 
James (Christ Church, Oxford, 1851), of Peering vicarage, 
Kelvedon, Essex (and Margaret Lucy, dau. of Alexander Pym, 
of The Firs, Ampthill). [B. Nov. 14, 1877.] School, Hailey- 
bury. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1920. Second Lieut., the 
Royal Fusiliers, 1899; Lieut., 1901; Capt., 1907. Served in 
the South African War, 1899-1902 (wounded). Served in 
the Great War, 1914-19 (Major, R. Fusiliers, 1915; Lieut.- 
Col., 1915-18; A.A. andQ.M.G.; O.B.E., 1916; D.S.O., 1917; 
mentioned 3 times in despatches). Retired, 1920. Of Great 
Glenn Hall, Leics. Married, Feb. 24, 1908, Ohvia Rachel 
Nora, dau. of Charles Maclean, of Glenearn, Perthshire. J. P. 
for Leics. 1921; D.L. 1935. (Haileyburv Reg.; Univ. War 
List; Army Lists; The V.C. and D.S.O.; Burke, L.G.; Burke, 
O.B.E.; KeUy, Handbook.) 

PACKE, GEORGE GARFIELD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 
1899. S. of George James, of 15, Harley Street, London. 
B. July 4, 1881, in London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1899; B.A. 1902; M.B.,B.Chir. andM.A. 1907. At St George's 
Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1906; L.D.S., R.C.S., 1909. 
Assistant House Surgeon, Assistant House Physician, and 
CUnical Assistant, Dental Dept., St George's Hospital. 
Practised in Harley Street. {Medical Directories; not in 
Med. Direct, of 1920.) 

PACKE, HUSSEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 21, 1864. S. of 
Col. George Hussey [M.P.], of Caythorpe Hall, Lines, (and 
Prestwold, Leics.) (and Mary Anne Lydia, dau. of John 
Heathcote, of Conington Castle, Hunts.). B. Dec. 7, 1846, 
in London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1865; B..\. 1869; 
M.A. 1874. Married, Aug. 14, 1872, Lady Alice Wodehouse, 
eldest dau. of John, 1st Earl of Kimberley, and had issue. 
Of Prestwold Hall, Loughborough, Leics., and Caythorpe 
Hall, Grantham, llincs. J. P. and D.L. for Leics.; High 
Sheriff, 1877. J. P. for Notts, and Lines. Chairman of Leics. 
Quarter Sessions and of the County Council. Died Oct. 8, 
1908. Nephew of the next. {Etoti Sch. Lists; Burke, L.G.; 
Walford, County Families ; Who leas Who.) 

PACKE, JAMES. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, Feb. 26, 
1821. [4th s. of Charles James, Esq., of Prestwold Hall, 
Leics. (and Penelope, dau. of Richard Dugdale, Esq., of 
Blyth Hall, Warws.).] B. Sept. 20, 1801. at Morton, Lines. 
Matric. Lent, 1821; B..A.. 1825; M.A. 1828. Fellow, 1824-48; 
Bursar, 1833-6; Vice-Provost. Of Melton Lodge, Suffolk. 
J.P. Married, Oct. 5, 1848, Sarah Martha, dau. of the Rev. 
Charles Chapman. Died, s.p.. Mar. 3, 1873. Brother of 
Augustus (1823). {Et07i Sch. Lists; Burke, L.G.; King's Coll. 
Reg.) 

PACKER, ALFRED JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 6, 
1853. Did not reside. [S. of the Rev. John Graham (1831), 
V. of St Petpr's, Hackney Road, London. School, St Paul's 
[aged 8 in 1843. St Paul's Sch. Reg. gives 'Pauline Exhibi- 
tioner, Coq5us Christi College {sic), Cambridge, but did not 
proceed to the University.'] 

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Packer, Charles 

PACKER, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Feb. 17, 
1835. [3rd] s. of John [Culling]. B. in the Barbados [i8i6]. 
School, private. Matric. Michs. 1835; B.A. 1839. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, Nov. 23, 1837. CaUed to the Bar, Jan. 29, 
1841. Member of the General Assembly, Barbados, 1846-67; 
Speaker, 1861-6. Solicitor-General, Barbados, 1847-74. 
Escheator-General, 1859. Member of Legislative Council, 
1868-76. Chief Justice of Barbados, 1874. Knighted, 1879. 
Married, 1841, Amelia Rebecca, eldest dau. of J. T. Ellis, 
Esq., of Barbados. Died Feb. 21, 1888, at Ruttal House, 
Barbados. {Boase, 11. 1299; Walford, County Families; Law 
Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at tlie Bar.) 

PACKER, CHARLES. Adm. sizar at St John's, May 10, 1844. 
S. of John, of Newbury, Berks, (and Susannah). B. there. 
Bapt. June 5, 1820. School, Wellingborough Grammar (the 
Rev. Thomas Sanderson, M.A.). Matric. Michs. 1844; B.A. 
1848; M.A. 1862. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1848; priest, 1849; 
C. of Huddersfield, 1848-51. V. of Longwood, Yorks., 
1851-89. Author, Marriage with a Deceased Wife's Sister. 
Resided latterly at Kimbolton, Himts. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1893. Father of the next. 

PACKER, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 15, 1869. 
S. of the Rev. Charles (above) (and Agnes). B. at Newbury, 
Berks. Bapt. May 19, 1850. [School, Collegiate, Hudders- 
field.] Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 1874. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 
1874; priest, 1875; C. of Thomhill Lees, Yorks., 1874-6. 
C. of Sutton-in-Ashfield, Notts., 1876—9. C. of Longwood, 
Yorks., 1879-80. C. of Ripley, Derbs., 1880-1. G. of Witton, 
1881-7. C. of Christ Church, Chester, 1887-9. V. of Dane 
Bridge, 1889-1929. Latterly of 33, Cromwell Road, N., 
Northwich. Died in 1944. (St John's Sch., Leatherhead, 
Reg.; Crockford.) 

PACKER, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 20, 18^7. 
Matric. Michs. 1837. 

PACKER, The Rev. JOHN. Adm. as a 'Ten-year man' at 
Trinity, Feb. 9, 1825. Ord. deacon, Dec. 21, 1823. In the 
Barbados, 1841-7, and subsequently of 'Danehill,' Fletching, 
Sussex; in the Barbados again in 1859. {Clergy List.) 

PACKER, JOHN GRAHAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
June 3, 1831. S. of John. B. 1812, in London. School, Eton. 
Matric. Lent, 1833; B.A. 1837; M..\. 1840. Ord. deacon 
(York) 1836; priest (London) Dec. 23, 1838; C. of Kirk- 
Smeaton, Yorks., 1836. C. of St Matthew's, Bethnal Green, 
1837-41. V. of St Peter's, Bethnal Green, 1841-73. R. of 
Wootton, Kent, 1873-9. V. of Arreton, Isle of Wight, 
1879-82. Author, Companion to Euclid; Iheopolis. Died 
Aug. I, 1883, at St Audries, Somerset. Father of Alfred J. 
(1853). (Boase, 11. 1300; Crockford; The Guardian, Aug. 8, 
1883.) 

PACKER, RICHARD WALDEGRAVE. Adm. pens, at St 
Catharine's, Mar. 16, 1825. Of Middlese.x. Matric. Easter, 
1825; B.A. 1829; M.A. 1832. Ord. deacon (Chichester) 1829; 
priest, 1830. R. of Woodton, Norfolk [Suffolk], 1832-74. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1876. Father of the next two. 

PACKER, RICHARD WALDEGRAVE. Adm. pens, at St 
Catharine's, Mar. 7, 1839. S. of the Rev. Richard Walde- 
grave (above), R. of Woodton, 'Norfolk' (sic). Matric. 
Easter, 1839; B.A. 1843. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1843; priest, 
1844; C. of Longham, Norfolk, 1843-5. C. of Gunthorpe, 
1845-6. V. of Witcham, Cambs., 1846-93. Died Mar. 4, 
1895, aged 76, at Heme Hill. Brother of the next. (Crock- 
ford; The Standard, Mar. 6, 1895.) 

PACKER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Apr. 19, 
1845. S. of the Rev. Richard Waldegrave (1825), R. of 
Woodton, 'Norfolk' (stc). B. at Hackney, Middlesex. Matric. 
Michs. 1845; B.A. 1849. C. of Gunthorpe and Bale, Norfolk, 
1851. Died Mar. 25, 1851, aged 24. Brother of the above. 
(Clergy List; G. Mag., 1851, i. 677.) 

PACKMAN, CYRUS HUGH LARKEN. Adm. pens, at Clare, 
June 21, 1856. [Eldest s. of John Daniel Vittoria, M.D. 
(Queen's College, Cork), H.E.I.C.S. Surgeon, Madras Native 
Infantry. B. Sept. 17, 1837, at Moulmein, Burma. School, 
Cheltenham College.] Matric. Michs. 1856; B.A. i860; M.A, 
1867. Second Master at King Edward VI School, Bath, 
1863-5. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1865; priest, 1866; C. of 
Grassendale, Lanes., 1865-70. Assistant Master at the Upper 
School, Liverpool College, 1865-73. C. of Weaverham, 
Cheshire, 1873. R. of St Bartholomew's, Grahamstown, Cape 
of Good Hope, 1873-1918. Preb. of St George's Cathedral, 
Grahamstown. Died Mar. 15, 1918, at St Bartholomew's 
rectory, Grahamstown. (Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; Scott, MSS., 
Crockford; The Guardian, July 18, 1918.) 



Paddon, Thomas 

PACKMAN, FREDERIC LORD ALDERSEY. Adm. at Caven- 
dish H., Oct. 1882. [Eldest s. of Alfred W. K., M.D., of 
Puckeridge, Herts, (and Mary Anna, dau. of Haydon Stephens 
Aldersey, of Puckeridge). B. Mar. 28, 1865. Schools, Felsted 
and Epsom College.] Matric. Non-Col., Michs. 1882. Second 
Lieut., East Surrey Regt., 1888; Lieut., 1889; Capt., 1896. 
Attached Ordinance Store Dept., 1894-6. Served in the 
S. African War, 1899-1902. Adjutant, Militia, 1902-4; 
Major, 1904; retired, 1913. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(D.A.D., Military Transport; mentioned twice in despatches). 
Married (1) Aug. 2, 1893, Emily Charlotte, dau. of Capt. 
William Gibson, D.L., J. P., of Rockforest, Co. Tipperary, 
and had issue; (2) Nov. 2, 1915, Dorothy Mabel, dau. of 
W. A. Raper, of Battle, Sussex. Of Monks' Ditch, Gloucs. 
Died Aug. 29, 1944, at Cranham, Gloucs.; buried there. 
(Al. Felsted.; Burke, L.G.; Army Lists; The Times, Sept. 1, 
1944.) 

PACKMAN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Jan. 3, 1815. Of 
Kent. Migrated to St John's, Oct. 5, 1816. Matric. Michs. 
1816. Kept 6 terms; name ofi, Oct. 21, 1819, 'dead.' 

PACKMAN, ROBERT COLLIER. Adm. sizar at Peterhouse, 
May 21, 1816. Of Kent. Matric. Michs. 1816; B.A. 1820. 
Ord. deacon (London) May 28, 1820; priest, June 17, 1821. 
R. of Laindon HiUs, Essex, 1825-75. Priest in Ordinary to 
the King, 1825. Minor Canon of St Paul's, 1829-78; Librarian 
and Cardinal. Died Jan. 27, 1878, aged 83. (T. A. Walker, 
394. 395; Crockford.) 

PADDEY, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 9, 

1762. S. of Thoracis, of London (and Catharine Byworth). 
School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1762; Scholar, 1763; 
B.A. 1766; M.A. 1769. Ord. deacon (London) Sept. 21, 1766. 
Chaplain of Trinity, 1768-83. V. of KeUington, Yorks., 
1770-1811. Married, Apr. 24, 1783, Jane Wilson, widow. 
Died Jan. 26, 1811; buried in Kellington church. M.I. 
(Record of Old Westminsters; Canon E. C. Hudson; G. Mag., 
1811, 1. 192.) 

PADDEY, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 14, 
1775. S. of Francis, of Shifnal, Shropshire (and Mary). [B. at 
Shifnal, Sept. 19, 1756.] Schools [Eton and] Westminster. 
Matric. Michs. 1775; Scholar, 1776. Died in 1776. (Record 
of Old Westminsters; Eton Coll. Reg.) 

PADDISON, JOSEPH TONGE. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H., 
Oct. I, 1896. B. Sept. 19, 1877. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 
1899; M.A. 1906. Ord. deacon (Southwell) 1901; priest, 1902; 
C. of Southwell Cathedral, 1901-g. C. of St Peter's (with 
St LawTence), Mansfield, Notts., 1909-14. V. of BUdworth, 
1914-21. Inc. of Mount Somers, New Zealand, 1921-4; of 
Kaiapoi, 1924-7; of Gore, 1927-32. R. of Elston and V. of 
Sibthorpe, Notts., 1932-3. R. of Welboum, Line?., 1933-8. 
V. of Carlton-le-Moorland with Stapleford, 1938-42. P.C. of 
Martin, 1942-47. Will proved Oct. 1950. (Crockford.) 

PADDOCK, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at St John's, 
Mar. 27, 1776. S. of Wilham, late of Somerton, Somerset. 
B. there. School, Deptford [and Merchant Taylors' (1765)]. 
Scholar. Kept 2 terms; name ofi, 1777. Entered the H.E.I.C, 
1777; at Bombay; Senior merchant. Buried Mar. 4, i794i 
at Bombay. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 408; Merchant Taylors' 
Sch. Reg. ; V. Hodson.) 

PADDON, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, Feb. 16, 

1763. S.of the Rev. George {1726), of Devon. B. at 'Challey' 
[Chawleigh]. School, Bampton. Matric. Michs. 1763; 
Scholar; B.A. 1767. Ord. deacon (Norwich) July 12, 1767; 
priest, Feb. 24, 1771 ; C. of Sotterly and Shadingfield, Suffolk, 
1767. R. of Pakefield, 1780-1802, and P.C. of Stovin until 
1802. Died Jan. 25, 1802, aged 57, at Southwold. M.I. there. 
Brother of Thomas (1761) and WiUiam (1760); father of the 
next. (St John's Coll. Adm., in. 687; G. Mag., 1802, 11. 788.) 

PADDON, GEORGE WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caios, 
Sept. 21, 1788. S. of the Rev. George (above), of Halesworth, 
Suffolk. B. at Beccles. Schools, N. Walsham and Bungay. 
Scholar, 1788; matric. Michs. 1789- Migrated to Corpus, 
Nov. 5, 1792; Scholar, 1793; B.A. 1794- (Venn, 11. 117.) 

PADDON, NEWCOMBE. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, June 25, 
1770. Of Devon. [Doubtless s. of the Rev. George (1726).] 
Matric. Michs. 1770; B.A. 1774- Doubtless brother of the 
next, etc. 

PADDON, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, May 27, 
1761. S. of the Rev. George (1726), of Devon. Matric. Michs. 
1761; Scholar; B.A. 1765; M.A. 1768. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
Mar. 3, 1765; priest, July 14, 1771; C. of Wheatacre-Burgh, 
Norfolk, 1765. R. of Bradfield, 1776-1820. R. of St Nicholas 
with All Saints, South Ehnham, Suffolk, 1790-1820. Married 
Feb. 8, 1777, Mary, dau. of Dr Rackham, surgeon, of Bungay. 
Died Aug. 13, 1820, aged 77; tombstone in St Mary's, Bungay, 
churchyard. Brother of George (1763) and William (1760); 
father of the next. (St John's Coll. Adm., in. 673; G- Mag., 
1820, II. 190; Ipswich Journal, Aug. 19, 1820.) 



Paddon, Thomas 

PADDON, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Caius, Sept. 19, 
1801, and pens. Oct. 22, 1802. S. of [the Rev.] Thomas 
(above) [R.] of All Saints, South Elmham, Suffolk. B. at 
Bungay. School, Bungay (Mr Houghton and Mr Page). 
Matric. Michs. 1802; B.A. 1806; M.A. 1809. Fellow, 1806-23. 
Incorp. at Trinity College, Oxford, 1831. Ord. deacon (Ely, 
Liu. dim. from Norwich) May 24, 1807; priest (Norwich) 
June 12, 1808. V. of Mattishall, Norfolk, 1821-61. Domestic 
Chaplain to the Duke of Leeds. Married, Oct. 8, 1833, 
Elizabeth .Anne, dau. of the Rev. G. W. Smith, V. of Bawdsey, 
Suffolk. Died Aug. 24, 1861. [Venn, 11. 137; Clergy List; 
G. .Mag., 1861, II. 452.) 

PADDON, THOMAS HENRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 11, 
1825. [Eldest] s. of Joseph, of Fareham, Hants. Did not 
reside. Adm. at Trinity College, Oxford, whence he matric. 
Oct. 25, 1825, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1829; M.A. (Oxford) 
1853. Ord. deacon (Bath and Wells) 1831; priest, 1831; 
C. of WeUesboume, Warws., 1833-4. C. of Alverstoke, 
Hants., 1835-7. C. of Shaw, WUts., 1838-40. V. of High 
Wycombe, Bucks., 1843-69. Stated by Peile to have been 
V. of Emmanuel Church, Eastbourne, 1869-87, but not so 
described in Clergy List or Crockford, where he is given as 
then of Sussex Gardens, Eastbourne. Died Oct. 30, 1887. 
(Al. Oxon.; Peile, u. 419.) 

PADDON, WILLIAM. Adm. (age 18) at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, .\pT. 22, 1760. S. of the Rev. George (1726), R. of 
Chawleigh, Devon (and Eleanor). B. at Bondleigh, Devon; 
bapt. there, Feb. 3, 1740-1. Matric. Michs. 1760; B.A. 1764; 
M.A. 1767. Fellow, 1763-84; Vice-Provost, 1779-80. Ord. 
priest (London) Dec. 21, 1767. R. of Great Greenford, 
Middlesex, 1784-97. Died 'lately' (in Nov.) 1797. Brother 
of George (1763) and Thomas (1761). {Eton Coll. Reg.; 
G. Mag., 1797, II. 986.) 

PADEL, CHARLES FREDERICK CHRISTIAN. Adm. pens, at 
Sidney, Oct. i, 1891. [Eldest] s. of Christian GottUeb, of 
York. B. [at York] July 20, 1872. School, St Peter's, York 
(Mr G. T. Handford). Matric. Michs. 1891; Scholar; B.A. 
(Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1894. Assistant Master at 
Haileybury College, 1895; at Merchiston Castle School, 
1895-6; at RossaU (prepsiratory) School, 1896-8; at the Leys 
School, Cambridge, 1899; at Sherborne, 1900-1; at East- 
bourne College, 1901-7; at Marlborough College, 1907-9. 
Head Master of Ashtjy-de-la-Zouch Grammar School, 
1909-12; of CarUsle Grammar School, 1912-32. Of 'Fair- 
field,' Inkpen, Berks., in 1951. (Merchiston Castle Sch. Reg.; 
Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Schoolmasters' Directories; Who's 
Who.) 

PADFIELD, EDWARD WILBERFORCE. Adm. pens, at Em- 
manuel, Oct. 7, 1895. S. of W. A., Esq., of Baring Lawn, 
Magdalen Road, Exeter. Matric. Michs. 1895. Brother of 
the next. 

PADFIELD, WILLIAM HERBERT GREENLAND. Adm. pens, 
at Emmanuel, July 5, 1893. S. of W. A., Esq., of Baring 
Lawn, Magdalen Road, Exeter. [B. Feb. 5, 1875.] Matric. 
Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1902. Ord. deacon (Lahore) 
1904; priest, 1905. Principal of The Lawrence College, 
Murree, and Chaplain of the Murree Hills, 1904-8. Secretary 
and Chaplain, Lawrence Memorial R. MU. School, Lovedale, 
Madras, 1908-32. Kaisar-i-Hind Gold Medal, 1927; CLE., 
1933- R. of Ranmore, Surrey, 1932-6. R. of Shillingstone, 
Dorset, 1936. Died Dec. 17, 1936, at Shanklin, Isle of Wight. 
Brother of the above. {Crockford; Who was Who; The Times, 
Dec. 19, 1936.) 

PADLEY, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Apr. 28, 
1847. Of Essex. Matric. Michs. 1847. Migrated to Downing, 
Mar. 5, 1851; LL.B. 1856. C. of Monkleigh, Devon, 1850-7. 
Disappears from Clergy List, 1858. 

PADLEY, AUGUSTUS FREDERICK. Adm. sizar at Christ's, 
Oct. 29, 1838. S. of James Sandby, of Minster Yard, Lincoln. 
B. [Mar. 10, 1820] at Besthorpe, Notts. School, Oakham. 
Matric. Michs. 1839; Scholar, 1840; B.A. 1845; M.A. 1848. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1845; priest, 1846; C. of St Mary 
Magdalen, Lincoln, 1846-50. C. of St Peter-at-Arches, 
Lincoln, 1850. P.C. of Greetwell, Lines., 1851-60. V. of 
St Peter-at-Gowts, Lincoln, 1860-9. C. of Stokenham, Devon 
1871-3. C.ofBraunton, 1873-5. C. of Chislet, Kent, 1875-80. 
Author, Solutions to Trigonometrical Problems. Died Mar. 13, 
1880, at Hastings. Brother of the next. {Peile, 11. 463; 
Crockford; The Guardian, Mar. 24, 1880.) 

PADLEY, JAMES SANDBY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 20, 
1846. S. of James Sandby, surveyor, of Lincoln (and Eliza- 
beth). B. there. Bapt. Oct. 24, 1825. Matric. Michs. 1846; 
B.A. 1850; M.A. 1855. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1851; priest, 
1852; C. of Holy Trinity, Ulverston, Lanes., 1852-3. C. of 
Dalton-in-Fumess, 1865. P.C. of Ireleth with Askam, 
1866-80. C. of Blean, Kent, 1886-91. Married, May, 1854. 
Margaret, 6th dau. of C. S. Kennedy, of Ulverston. Died 
Nov. 9, 1897, 'aged 70,' at West Mailing, Kent. Brother of 



Pagden, George Dermer 

the above. (Eagle, xx. 228; Crockford; Clergy List; The 
Times, Nov. 12, 1897; C. R. Hudleston.) 

PADWICK, FRANCIS GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 23, 1884. [2nd] s. of Henry (Brasenose College, Oxford, 
1846) [barrister], of The Hermitage, E. Grinstead [and Manor 
House, Horsham] Sussex (and Jane Eleanor, dau. of Charles 
Chevall-Tooke, of Hurston Clays, East Grinstead). B. 
[Aug. 31], 1865, at Horsham. School, Marlborough College. 
Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887; M.A. 1891. Sometime in 
business in Rochdale, Lanes. Married, 1897, Annie Grace, 
dau. of Canon J. M. Wilson, D.D., of Worcester, and had 
issue. Of Monks Bam, Petersfield, Hants. J. P. for Hants., 
1916. Died Nov. 24, 1942. (Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Burke, 
L.G.; The Times, Nov. 25, 1942.) 

PADWICK, FRANCIS HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. i, 1874. [Eldest] s. of — [Frederick], of West 
Thomey, Emsworth, Hants. [B. Mar. 21, 1856.] Bapt. there, 
Apr. 27, 1856. School, Tonbridge. Matric. Michs. 1874; 
B.A. 1879; M.A. 1883. Adm. at the Inner Temple, May 22, 
1878. Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 1882. Of the Red House, 
West Ashling, Chichester. J. P. Engaged in agriculture. 
Chairman, Committee of agricultural education for women, 
1915. Member of Committee on settlement and employment 
of discharged sailors and soldiers, 19 16. Member of the 
Agricultural Advisory Committee, 1917. C.B.E. 1917- 
Member of Council of Agriculture for England, 1920. Presi- 
dent, National Farmers' Union, 19 19. Married, 1882, Mary G., 
dau. of the Rev. T. B. Boultbee, D.D., and had issue. Died 
Feb. 24, 1945. Brother of WiUiam G. (1880). (Tonbridge 
Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; 
Burke, O.B.E.; Who's Who; The Times, Feb. 27, 1945.) 

PADWICK, NICHOLAS. Adm. sizar at Queens', Apr. 2, 1820. 
Of Hants. Matric. Michs. 1820; B.A. 1824; M.A. 1828. C. of 
Linthwaite, Yorks., 1827-37. P.C. of Milnthorpe, West- 
morland, 1837-59. Disappejirs from Clergy List, i860. 
(Clerical Guide.) 

PADWICK, WILLIAM GERARD. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 13, 1880. S. of Frederick, Esq., of West 
Thomey, Emsworth. B. there. Mar. 2, 1862. School, Repton. 
Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1888. Of 18, York 
Villas, Brighton, in 1910. Died at Brighton, Feb. 7, 1949. 
Brother of Francis H. (1874). (Repton Sch. Reg.; The Times, 
Feb. 12, 1949.) 

PAGAN, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 17, 1878. 
S. of the Rev. Samuel (1836) (and Emily Grace). B. [Sept. 
1859] at Lever Bridge, Lanes. Bapt. Nov. 6, 1859. [School, 
Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 1878; (Nat. Sci. Trip., ist Class, 
1881); B.A. 1882; M.A. 1886. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 
1882; priest, 1884; C. of St Mary's, Rochdale, 1882-90. C. of 
Elwick Hall, Durham, 1890-1. C. of St Mary, Gateshead-on- 
Tyne, 1892-3. C. of Shadforth, 1893-^. R. of Alburgh, 
Norfolk, 1900-17. Secretary, Universities Mission to Central 
Africa, 1905-17. Died Oct. 22, 1917- M.I. in Alburgh 
Church. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Kelly, Handbook; 
The Times, Oct. 25, 1917O 

PAGAN, ROBERT MORISON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 11, 
1877. [Only] s. of John Thomson, of Oak Lodge, Guildford, 
Surrey. B. [Mar. 6], 1857, at Rochdale, Lanes. School, 
Charterhouse, Godahning. Matric. Michs. 1877; B..\. 1881. 
Died May 17, 1882. (Charterhouse Register.) 

PAGAN, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar at St John's, Mar. 5, 1836. 
B. at St Bees, Cumberland. Matric. Michs. 1836; Scholar; 
B.A. (2gth Wrangler) 1840. Ord. deacon (Ripon) Jan. 10, 
1841; priest, Jan. 9, 1842. P.C. of Stanningley, near Leeds, 
1842-5. P.C. of Lever Bridge, Lanes., 1846-67. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1870. Father of Alfred (1878). (C^gy List.) 

PAGDEN, ARTHUR SAMPSON. Adm. at King's, Oct. 13, 1877. 
[Eldest] s. of Robert, brewer, of Woodcote, Epsom, Surrey. 

B. Dec. 9, 1858. School, Wellington College. .Matric. .Michs. 
1877; Scholar, 1878; B..\. (&th Classic) 1881. Entered the 
Ceylon Civil Service, 188 1; Principal Assistant Colonial 
Secretary, 1905-6; Postmaster-General, 1907-13; Controller 
of Revenue in 1913. Member of the Legislative and Executive 
Councils, 1913-20. Colonial Secretary, 1916, igi8 and 1919. 
C.M.G., 1917. Chaimian of Colombo Municipal Council and 
Mayor of Colombo, 1901-5; retired, 1920. Died July 16, 
1942, at Exmouth. (King's Coll. Reg.; The Times, July 22, 
1942, which gives date of birth as Sept. 9, 1898.) 

PAGDEN, GEORGE DERMER. Adm. pens, at Christ's, July 8, 
1873. S. of George. B. [June 23, 1854] at Derby. School, 
Merchant Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1877; M.A. 
1881. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1877; priest, 1878; C. of 
St Peter's, Rochester, 1877-80. C. of .Ashford, Kent, 1880-8. 

C. of St Leonard's, Deal, 1888-91. C. of Shoulden, 1891-4. 
R. of Cusop, Heref., 1 894-1900. Died suddenly, in the pulpit 
of his church, Nov. 25, 1900. {Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; 
Peile, II. 630; Crockford.) 

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Page, Alexander Shaw 

PAGE, ALEXANDER SHAW. Adm. sizar at St John's, July i, 

1848. [Eldest] s. of [the Rev.] Samuel Flood (1830), architect, 
of Stoke Newington, Middlesex (and Augusta, dau. of Lieut. - 
Col. Alexander Shaw). B. [.\pr. 20, 1829] at Stoke Newington. 
Bapt. Aug. 28, 1829. [Schools, Christ's Hospital and Rossall.] 
iMatric. Michs. 1848; B.A. 1852; M.A. 1889. Rowed for 
Cambridge at Henley, 185 1, when they lost the Grand 
Challenge, and won the Stewards' Cup, 1851. Ord. deacon 
(Canterbury) May 30, 1852; priest, Sept. 25, 1853; C. of 
Bexley, Kent, 1852-4. C. of St James, Preston, Lanes., 
1854-6. V. of St Paul's, Preston, 1856-7. P.C. of St Anne's, 
Lancaster, 1857-64. V. of Selsley, Gloucs., 1864-91. Married 
(i) May 21, 1856, Eliza Mary Vivian, dau. of the Rev. Robert 
William Tunney, and had issue; (2) May 7, 1878, Janet 
Wilson, dau. of John Meadows White. Died Apr. 22, 1891. 
Father of William W. (1876) and Arthur S. (1889). (Rossall 
Sch. Reg.; Eagle, xvii. 206; A. P. Burke, Family Records; 
Crockford; T}ie Guardian, Apr. 29, 1891; C. A. S. Page.) 
PAGE, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Clare, Jan. 31, 1817. [5th s. 
of William, Member of the Council of Bombay.] B. [May 8, 
1801] in the East Indies. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 
Michs. 1817; B.A. 1821; M.A. 1824. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
Jan. 31, 1822. Died before 1879. Brother of Edward (1811). 
(List of Carthusians, 1879; Inns of Court; R. L. Arrowsmith.) 

PAGE, ARTHUR SHAW. Adm. sizar at Sidney, Oct. i, 1889. 
S. of the Rev. Alexander Shaw (1848), V. of Selsley, Gloucs. 
(and Eliza M. V. Tunney). B. Sept. 8, 1870. School, Blun- 
dell's, Tiverton (Mr Francis). Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 
1892; M.A. 1902. Assistant Master at Fonthill, E. Grinstead; 
at Bilton Grange, Rugby, 1897-8; at Cheltenham College, 
1903-15 (House Master, 1906-15). Latterly of 'Gillies', 
Summersdale, Chichester. Died Mar. 5, 1945. Brother of 
William W. (1876). {Cheltenluim Coll. Reg. and addendum; 
Schoolmasters' Directories; C. A. S. Page.) 

PAGE, ARTHUR THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Sept. 28, 1869. Of Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 1873. 
Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1875; priest, 1875; C. of Slaidbum, 
Yorks., 1875-6. C. of Catterick, 1876-9. C. of All Cannings, 
WUts., 1879-81. C. of Wembley, Middlesex, 1881-2. C. of 
Harby, Leics., 1882-8. C. of Cotgrave, Notts., 1889-99. 
Lie. pr., dioc. of Southwell, 1899. Resided latterly at West 
Bridgeford, Nottingham. Died Oct. 22, 1903. (Crockford; 
The Cambridge Chronicle, Nov. 6, 1903.) 

PAGE, AUGUSTUS HAMMOND. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Christ's, Oct. i, 1858. S. of Josiah. B. at Baldock, Herts. 
School, Buntingford. Matric. Michs. 1858. Kept 8 terms. 
Went to New Zealand, dying shortly after arrival there. 
(Peile, II. 559.) 

PAGE, CECIL HERBERT WINTER. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 1, 1896. [4th] s. of Charles Fountain, merchant, 
of Heigham Cottage, Norwich. B. there, Jan. 4, 1879. School, 
Norwich Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1896; Scholar, 1896; 
B.A. 1899; M.A. 1903; B.Chir., 1906; M.D., 1909. At 
St Bartholomew's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1904. 
House Surgeon, Stamford and Rutland General Infirmary. 
Practised at North Walsham, Norfolk. Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.A.M.C.). F.S.A. Member of Council 
of Norfolk and Norwich .\rchaeological Society. Hon. Sec, 
Norfolk Record Society. Of The Grange, North Wsilsham. 
Died Oct. 24, 1951. Brother of Reginald C. (1891). (Medical 
Directories.) 

PAGE, CECIL WALTER (1895), see PAGE, WALTER CECIL. 

PAGE, CUTHBERT FREDERICK GRAHAM. Adm. at Pem- 
broke, Oct. 1898. Eldest s. of Frederick, M.D. (Edinb., 
1868), of I, Saville Place, Newcastle-on-Tyne. B. there, 
June 21, 1880. School, CUfton College. Matric. Michs. 1898. 
Second Lieut., R.A., 1900; Lieut., 1901. Served in the 
Ashanti War, 1900, and in the South African War, 1901-2. 
A.D.C. to the Governor of St Helena, 1903. Captain, 1911. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut. -Col., R.G.A.; 
C.M.G.; D.S.O., 1916; mentioned 3 times in despatches; 
Italian Croce di Guerra; Italian silver medal for Military 
Valour); died Nov. 6, 1919, of injuries received on service. 
(Clifton Coll. Reg.; Army Lists; The V.C. and D.S.O.; Who 
was Who.) 

PAGE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Clare, Dec. 15, 1811. [S. of 
William, Member of the Council of Bombay.] B. [1791] at 
Bombay, India. [School, Charterhouse.] Matric. Michs. 
1812; B.A. 1817; M.A. 1822. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 21, 
1817; priest, Dec. 20, 1818. R. of Bawdrip, Somerset, 
1835-43. Disappears from Clergy List, 1844. Brother of 
Arthur (1817). (List of Carthusians (1879).) 

PAGE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, Oct. i, 1880. 
S. of John, Esq. B. at Arundel, Sussex. School, private. 
Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1889. Ord. deacon 
(Rochester) 1886; priest, 1887; C. of St John's, Battersea, 
1886-9. R. of Whitchurch, Heref., 1890-7. R. of Sprid- 



Page, Joseph 

lington. Lines., 1898-1910. Resided latterly at Bournemouth, 
where he died Mar. 1, 1912, aged 52. (Crockford; The Times, 
Mar. 5, 1912.) 
PAGE, ERNEST JUDSON. Adm. pens, at St John's, Aug. 3, 
1897. S. of Thomas Collins, Baptist minister [died 1882] 
(and Sarah Gamby). B. Jan. 14, 1862, at Plymouth. School, 
Dublin Royal College of Science. Matric. Michs. 1897. 

PAGE, FREDERICK GOSNAL JAMESON. Adm. (age 18) at 
Caius, Oct. II, 1881. S.of the Rev. Joseph (1857). B. [Dec. 22, 
1861] at Weston-super-Mare. School, Marlborough College. 
Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1888. Assistant 
Master at Kmg's School, Warwick, 1885-9. Ord. deacon 
(Worcester) 1886; priest, 1887. Head Master of Ascham 
prep. School, Bournemouth, 1900-3, and St Christopher's, 
Eastbourne, 1903-10. V. of Mountfield, Sussex, 1910-22. 
Master of Lord Leycester's Hospital, Wanvick, 1922-37. 
Canon of Coventry, 1920-37. Died Mar. 25, 1943. Brother of 
Joseph (1876) and Robert B. (1877). (Marlborough Coll. Reg.; 
Venn, 11. 453; Univ. War List; Schoolmasters' Directories; 
Crockford; The Times, Mar. 27, 1943.) 

PAGE, HENRY HOMER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 14, 1862. 
[4th] s. of the Rev. Luke Flood U823) [R.] of Woolpit, 
Suffolk (and Susanna Elizabeth Cobbold). B. there, Sept. 16, 
1843. School, Rugbv. Matric. Michs. 1862; B..\. 1866; M.A. 
1869. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1868; priest (Worcester) 1869; 
C. of Newborough, Staffs., 1868. C. of St .\ugustine's, South 
Kensington, 1868-70. C. of St John's, Coventry, 1870-1. 
R. of Woolpit, Suffolk, 1871-93. Disappears from Crockford, 
1896. Father of PhiUp H. (1894). (Burke, Family Records, 
which states that he 'died unmarried.') 

PAGE, HERBERT WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 7, 
1864. [Eldest] s. of William Bousfield, surgeon. B. [Dec. 24, 
1845] at Carlisle. Schools [Carlisle Grammar and] Rossall. 
Matric. Michs. 1864; B.A. 1868; M.B. 1870; M.A. 1872; 
M.Chir., 1873. At Edinburgh, Vienna and the London 
Hospital. M.R.C.S., 1869; F.R.C.S., 1871; L.S.A., 1872. 
Assistant Surgeon in the Hessian Division of the German 
Army in the war of 1870-1. Boylston medical prize. Harvard, 
U.S.A., 1881. House Surgeon and Junior Resident Medical 
Officer, London Hospital. Assistant Surgeon and Lecturer 
in Surgery, St Mary's Hospital. Practised in London. 
Latterly of Sedgecombe House, Famham. J. P. for Surrey. 
.Author, medical. Died Sept. 9, 1926. (Carlisle Gr. Sch. Reg.; 
Peile, II. 585; Medical Directories; Who was Who.) 

PAGE, HORACE. .\Am. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 6, 1888. 
[Youngest] s. of John George, of 27, St Mary's Road, Fulham, 
London. B. Dec. 31, i86g, in Southwark. School, St Olave's 
Grammar, Southwark. Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891; 
M.A. 1898. Entered the I.C.S., 1892; Assistant ColLctor and 
Magistrate in Bombay, 1893; Joint Judge and Sessions 
Judge, 1901. Died Sept. 2, 1906, at Karachi, of enteric fever. 
(Scott, MSS.; I.C.S. Lists; The Times, Sept. 8, 1906.) 

PAGE, The Rev. JAMES ROBERT. B.A. 1837, incorp. from 
Trinity College, Dublin; M.A. 1837. [S. of Samuel, collector. 

B. in DubUn.] Adm. at Trinity College, Dublin, Nov. 1820, 
age 15; B.A. (Dublin) 1825. Ord. deacon (Elphin) 1829; 
priest (Kildare) 1829. Chaplain and Professor of History and 
English Literature at the College for Civil Engineers, 
-1841-53. Deputy Chaplain to the Chapel Royal, Hampton 
Court. Living at 1, Hobury Street, Chelsea, 1883. Author, 
religious. Died Jan. 25, 1886, at Chelsea. (F. P. White; 
Al. Dubl.; Cambridge Almanack, 1887.) 

PAGE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, May 20, 1769- 
Of Middlesex. Fell.-Com., Nov. 5. i77i- Matric. Easter, 
1770. 

PAGE, JOHN WILLIAM. Matric. Non-Coil., Michs. 1895. 

PAGE, JOHN WILLIAM PAGE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity 
Hall, Sept. 29, 1877. S. of R. P. [Robert Page Page 
(formerly Seymour)] Esq., of Norton, Stockton-on-Tees. 
Matric. Michs. 1877. 

PAGE, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 2, 1857. S. of 
Joseph. B. [Mar. 14, 1826] at Manningtree, Essex. Educated 
by the vicar of Nayland. Matric. Michs. 1857; B.A. i86i; 

C. of Stow-CMTO-Quy, Cambs., 1862. Died Dec. 22, 1862. 
His widow gave birth to a child at Weston-super-Mare. 
Father of the next, of Robert B. (1877) and Frederick G. J. 
(1881). (G. Mag., 1863, I. 227; Clergy List; Petle, 11. 553-) 

PAGE, JOSEPH. Adm. at King's, Oct. 16, 1876. S. of the Rev. 
Joseph (above), of Little Bromley, Essex. B. 1854. School, 
Tonbridge. Matric. Michs. 1876. Left College, Oct. 1877. 
Joined the 16th Regt., but soon retired. Owned and managed 
a cattle ranch in Texas until 1892. Ordained 1894; R. of 
St Paul's Church, Winnipeg, 1894, until his health broke 
down. Died Nov. 9, 1899, at Brighton. Brother of Robert B. 
(1877) andFrederickG. J. (1881). (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; King s 
Coll. Reg.) 



Page, Luke Flood 

PAGE, LUKE FLOOD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 21, 
1823. Of Surrey. [7th s. of Samuel, of London (by his 2nd 
wife, Sarah Maddocks, dau. of Richard Lewis, and widow of 
WiUiam Constance). B. Aug. 31, 1805. School, Merchant 
Taylors'.] Matric. Michs. 1824; B.A. 1828; M.A. 1831. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) June 5, 1831; priest. May 20, 1832. R. of 
Woolpit, Suffolk, 1837-63. Married, Feb. 7, 1833, Susannah 
Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. Spencer Cobbold. Died Apr. 9, 
1863. Father of Henry H. (1862) ; half-brother of Samuel F. 
(1830). {Merclumt Taylors' Sch. Reg.; A. P. Burke, Family 
Records; Crockford; G. Mag. 1863, i. 665.) 

PAGE, MABERLY CHARLES. Adm. at Clare, Mar. 16, 1883. 

[S. of W. J., of London. B. Sept. 1864. School, Haileybury.] 

Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1887; M.A. 1891. (Haileybury 

Reg.) 
PAGE, PHILIP HENRY. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1894. Eldest 

s. of the Rev. Henry Homer (1862), R. of Woolpit, Suffolk. 

B. there, Dec. 2, 1874. School, Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 
1894; B.A. 1897. Ord. deacon (Durham) 1898; priest, 1899; 

C. of St Andrew's, Auckland, Durham, 1898-1902. Died 
Dec. 7, igo2, at Woolpit (of which he was R. designate), 
aged 28. {Crockford; The Times, Dec. 10, 1902.) 

PAGE, REGINALD CHARLES. Adm. at Clare, July 7, 1891. 
Eldest s. of Charles Fountain [brush-manufacturer] of Nor- 
wich. School, Felsted. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894, 
M.A. 1898. Ord. deacon (Southwell) 1897; priest, 1898; C. of 
St Phihp's, Nottingham, 1897-9. C. of S. Walsham, Norfolk. 
1899-1900. C. of St James', Norwich, 1900-1. P.C. of 
Whaplode Drove, Lines., 1901-9. R. of Trimingham, Nor- 
folk, 1909-23. Perm, to off., dio. of Norwich, 1927-30. Public 
pr., 1939-51-. Latterly of The Pilgrim House, Trimingham, 
in 1947-51-. Brother of Cecil H. W. (1896). (Al. Felsted; 
Crockford.) 

PAGE, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 11, 1861. 
Matric. Michs. 1861; B.A. 1865; M.A. 1871. Ord. deacon 
(Rochester) 1864; priest, 1865; C. of St Nicholas, Rochester, 
1864-7. C. of St George's, Birmingham, 1867-8. V. of 
St Asaph, Birnoingham, 1868-79. Disappears from Crockford, 
i88o. 

PAGE, ROBERT BURTON. Adm. at King's, Oct. 13, 1877. S.of 
the Rev. Joseph (1857), of Little Bromley, Essex. School, 
Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1882. Lieut., 
the Lancashire Fusiliers, 1881; Captain, 1890; Adjt., Indian 
Volunteers, 1891-7. District Inspector of Musketry, Malta, 
1899-1902. Major, 1899; Lieut. -Colonel, 1903; Brevet-Colonel, 
1906; retired, 1907. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Colonel, Lanes. Fusiliers; with the British Expeditionary 
Force); died Nov. 11, 1914, in France, from the result of an 
accident. Brotherof Joseph (1876) and Frederick G.J. (188 1). 
{King's Coll. Reg.; Army Lists; The Cambridge Review, Jan. 
20, 1915.) 

PAGE, ROBERT LAY. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 7, 1858. 
S. of the Rev. Robert Leman (1821) (and Louisa Emily, 
dau. of John Lay, of Crepping Hall, Essex). B. [Aug. 10, 
1839] at Drinkstone, Suffolk. Bapt. Oct. 6, 1839. Matric. 
Michs. 1858; B.A. 1862; M.A. 1865. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 
1862; priest, 1863; C. of Leeds, 1862-6. V. of Coatham, 
Yorks., 1866-70. C. of Cowley St John, Oxon., 1870-4. 
Went to Bombay as a Cowley Father in 1874. Inc. of St Peter's, 
Mazagaon, Bombay, 1874-90. Superior of the S.S.J.E. at 
Oxford, 1890-1907. Returned to India and resided in Poona, 
where he died Oct. 23, 1912. {Eagle, xx.xiv. 226; A. P. Burke, 
Family Records; Crockford; The Guardian, Nov. i, 1912.) 

PAGE, ROBERT LEMAN. .A.dm. sizar at Emmanuel, June 21, 
1785. [2nd s. of Benjamin, of Ipswich (and Anne, dau. of 
William Leman, of Charsfield). B. Mar. 31, 1767. Schools, 
Ipswich Grammar and Eton (1779-84).] Matric. Lent, 1787; 
B.A. 1789. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 20, 1789; priest, 
Sept. 25, 1791; C. of Thuriton, Norfolk, 1789. R. of Kettle- 
baston, Suffolk, 1800. R. of Panfield, Essex, 1809-52. 
Married, Apr. 13, 1792, Mary Tibenham, dau. of Capt. John 
Cuffley, of Ipswich. Died Jan. 29, 1852, at Panfield. Father 
of the next. {Eton Coll. Reg.; A. P. Burke, Family Records; 
Clergy List; Foster, Index Eccles.; G. Mag., 1852, i. 311; 
Irvine Gray.) 

PAGE, ROBERT LEMAN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 23, 
1821. S. of the Rev. Robert Leman (above), of Panfield 
rectory, nr Braintree, Essex (and Mary Tibenham, nde 
Cuffley). [B. Feb. 26, 1806.] Matric. Michs. 1824; B.A. 
1828; M.A. 1831. Ord. deacon (London) June 14, 1829; 
priest, June 6, 1830; C. of Drinkstone, Suffolk, until 1842. 
Married, July 24, 1838, Louisa Emily, dau. of John Lay, of 
Crepping Hall, Essex. Died July 12, 1842, at Drinkstone. 
Father of Robert L. (1858). (A. P. Burke, Family Records; 
G. Mag., 1842, II. 217.) 



Page, William Wollaston 

PAGE, ROBERT PALGRAVE. Adm. (age 18) at Trinity Hall, 
1885. [2nd] s. of Samuel, Esq., of St Leonard's Lodge, 
Surbiton. [B. Nov. 29, 1867.] School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1886; B.A. 1890. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Mar. 22, 
1887. Civil Assistant at the War Office during the Great 
War, 1914-19; M.B.E., 1917; C.B.E., 1920. Died Apr. 30, 
1947. {Harrow Sch. Reg.; Burke, O.B.E.; Inns of Court; 
Who's Who; The Times, May 2, 1947.) 

PAGE, The Rev. SAMUEL FLOOD. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
July 8, 1830. Of Middlesex. [Eldest s. of Samuel, of Dulwich 
(and Mary Ann, dau. of Luke Flood). B. Feb. 29, 1796.] 
Matric. Easter, 1831. Read theology for two years. Before 
ordination had been a successful architect. P.C. of Famham, 
Suffolk, 1841-5. Chaplain of the County gaol of Ipswich, 
1846-8. P.C. of St Paul's, Preston, Lanes., 1849-54. Married, 
May 14, 1821, .Augusta, dau. of Lieut. -Col. Alexander Shaw, 
Governor of the Isle of Man. Died Sept. 16, 1854. Father of 
Alexander S. (1848); half-brother of Luke F. (1823). (C. A. S. 
Page; A. P. Burke, Family Records; Clergy List; G. Mag., 
1854, II. 528.) 

PAGE, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Jesus, June 4, 1752. Of 
Ilkeston, Derbs. Matric. Michs. 1752; B..\. 1756. 

PAGE, The Rev. THOMAS. M.A. 1844, incorp. from Oxford. 
[2nd s. of Joseph, gent., of St Nicholas, Gloucester.] Matric. 
from Magdalen Hall, Oxford, May 18, 1825, aged 19; B.A. 
(Oxford) 1829; M.A. (Oxford) 1832. P.C. of St Matthew's, 
Rugby, 1846-52. Died Nov. 5, 1852, in Edinburgh. {Al. 
Oxon.; G. Mag., 1853, i. 215.) 

PAGE, THOMAS ETHELBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 27, 1869. S. of William Tomlinson, bank-manager, 
(and Ann). B. [Mar. 27, 1850] at Lincoln. Bapt. Apr. 28, 
1850. Schools [Lincoln Grammar and] Shrewsbury. Matric. 
Michs. 1869; Scholar, 1871; Browne medal, 1870-2; Porson 
prize, 1870; Porson Scholar, 1871; Davies Scholar, 1872; 
Chancellor's English medal, 1872; Chancellor's Classical 
medal, 1873; B.A. (2nd Classic) 1873; M.A. 1876. Fellow, 
1873-6. Hon. Fellow, 1931. Hon. Litt.D., Manch. Sixth 
Form Master at Charterhouse, 1872-19 10. 'An inspired and 
stimulating teacher. Page was to innumerable Carthusians 
their ideal of a great gentleman.' Editor-in-Chief of the Loeb 
classical library from 1910. Latterly of Godalming, Surrey. 
J. P. for Surrey. Member of Surrey C.C. A Freeman of 
Godalming. A Governor of Charterhouse, Cranleigh and 
Shrewsbury schools. On his 8oth birthday presented with 
an address bearing more than 500 signatures of men eminent 
in politics, scholarship, art, and literature. Companion of 
Honour, Jan. 1934. Married, Oct. 16, 1875, Delamotte 
Caroline Eugenie, dau. of E. Toynbee, of Lincoln. 'He was 
a remarkably handsome man with a rare grace and distinction 
of bearing, and till the end of his long Ufe he remained a 
picturesque and dignified figure.' Edited Acts of the Apostles 
with Comments; Horace Odes; Virgil, etc. Died at Godalming, 
Apr. I, 1936. Benefactor to the College. {Shrewsbury Sch. 
Reg.; Eagle, xlix; Schoolmasters' Directories; Carthusian 
Worthies; Smith Dampier; Cambridge Review, Oct. 30, 1936; 
The Times, Apr. 2, 1936; Wlio was Who.) 

PAGE, THOMAS GARTON. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 1889. 

PAGE, WALTER CECIL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 5, 
1895, as Cecil Walter Page. S. of Arthur, Esq., F.R.C.S., of 
Castlegate, Nottingham. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898; 
M.A. 1902. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 1899; priest, 1900; C. of 
Chipping-Norton, Oxon., 1899-1903. C. of All Saints, 
Cheltenham, 1903-9. C. of Chislehurst, 1909-10. C. of 
Southboume-on-Sea, Hants., 1913-17. V. of Chaceley, 
Worcs., 1917-23. V. of Sherston Magna with Pinkway, 
Wilts., 1923-33. Disappears from Crockford, 1935- 

PAGE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. 26, i777. 
Of Middlesex. S. of Thomas, Esq. Matric. Michs. 1778. 
Perhaps the William, youngest son of Thomas Page, of East 
Sheen, Surrey, Esq., who was adm. to the Inner Temple, 
Sept. 16, 1780. {St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 408; Inns of Court.) 

PAGE, WILLIAM HERBERT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magda- 
lene, July 15, 1886. S. of WiOiam, of Southminster Hall, 
Maldon, Essex. School, private. Matric. Michs. 1886. Of 
'Ridgnalls', Great Horkeslev, Essex. Died June 7, 1938; 
buried at Great Horkesley. {The Times, June 9, 1938.) 

PAGE, WILLIAM WOLLASTON. Matric. Non-CoII. from 
Cavendish H., Michs. 1876. [2nd s. of the Rev. Alexander 
Shaw (1848), V. of Selsley, Gloucs. (and Eliza M. V. Tunney). 
B. Jan. 4, 1859. Schools, Rossall and Kmg's School. 
Rochester.] B..^. 1880. Emigrated to Canada, c. 1882, and 
farmed at Moosomin, N.W. Territors'. Frozen to death in 
bed. c. 1895. Brother of Arthur S. {1S89). {Rossall Reg., 
which says he died in Canada, Apr. 10, 1904; Roffcnsian Reg.; 
A. P. Burke, Family Records; C. A. S. Page.) 



Page-Roberts, Frederick 

PAGE-ROBERTS, FREDERICK (1867), sec ROBERTS, FRE- 
DERICK PAGE. 

PAGET, ALFRED TOLVER. Adra. pens, (age 17) at Caius, 
July 2, 1835. [Youngest] s. of Samuel, brewer, of Great 
Yarmouth (and Sarah Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Tolver, of 
Chester). B. Jan. 11, 1818, at Great Y'armouth. School, at 
home. Matric. Michs. 1835; B.A. (ig/A Wrangler) 1839; 
M..\. 1842. Fellow, 1842-56. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1841; 
priest, 1842; C. of St Mary's, Shrewsbury, 1846-8. Mathe- 
matical Master at Shrewsbury School, 1840-55. R. of 
Kirstead, Norfolk, with Langhale, Suffolk, 1856-62. .\uthor. 
On the Unity and Order of the Epistles of St Paul. Died, 
unmanied. Mar. 18, 1862. Brother of George E. (1827), 
James (1874) and the ne.xt. (Venn, 11. 233; Crockford; Burke, 
P. and B.; G. Mag., 1862, i. 513; Cambridge Year Book, 
1863.) 

PAGET, ARTHUR COYTE. hAva. pens, (age 17) at Caius, 
June 2, 1825. [2nd] s. of Samuel [banker, shipowner and] 
brewer of Great Yarmouth (and Sarah Elizabeth, dau. of 
Thomas Tolver, of Chester). B. [1808] at Great Yarmouth. 
School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1825; B.A. 1829; M.A. 
1833. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Mav 6, 1829. Called to 
the Bar, Nov. 16, 1832. He and his brothers were school 
friends of Thackeray; he is said to have been the original 
of 'Arthur Pendennis.' Died Dec. 31, 1833. Brother of the 
above, of George E. (1827) and James (1874). {Venn, 11. 
196; Carthusian Worthies; Burke, P. and B.; Inns of Court.) 

PAGET, ARTHUR RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Mar. 21, 
1896. [Eldest] s. of George Edmund (1870). B. Sept. 21, 
1878, in London. School, Radley College. Matnc. Michs. 
1896. Resided for five terms. A Director of Messrs Paget, 
Digby and Co., Ltd., West African merchants, of Mowbray 
House, London. From 1900 travelled widely on business. 
Resided in Japan, 1909-30, as representative of Messrs 
Hadfield's, the projectile makers, of Sheffield. Married. 
Oct. 9, 1911, Ichi, eldest dau. of S. Watanabe, of Shimoda 
and Yokohama. Of Oak Lodge, Broomhill, Tunbridge Wells, 
and Oiso, Japan. Died Feb. g, 1930. (Radley Coll. Reg.; 
Peile, II. 807; The Times, Feb. 13, 1930.) 

PAGET, The Rev. EDWARD HENEAGE. M.A. i860, incorp. 
• from Oxford. [4th s. of General Sir Edward, of Sandhurst, 
Berks, (by his 2nd wife Harriet, dau. of the 3rd Earl of 
Dartmouth). B. July 23, 1828. School, Eton.] Matric. from 
St John's College, Oxford, Nov. 10, 1847, aged 19; B.A. 
(Oxford) 1852; M.A. (Oxford) 1855. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
1856; priest, 1857; C. of E. Tuddenham, Suffolk, 1856-9. 
R. of Stuston, 1859-68. V. of Hoxne, 1868-83. Married, 
Nov. 20, 1856, the Hon. Emma Mary, dau. of Robert, Lord 
Auckland. Died Sept. 29, 1884. (Crockford; Al. Oxon.) 

PAGET, ERNEST VILLIERS. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H., Oct. i, 
1893. [3rd s. of Berkeley, D.L. (and Gertrude Fanny, dau. 
of the Hon. and Rt Rev. Henrv Montague Villiers, D.D., 
Bishop of Durham). B. Apr. 10, 1872. School, Westminster.] 
Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896. Ord. deacon (Chichester) 
1897; priest, 1899; C. of St Barnabas, Hove, Sussex, 1897-8. 
C. of St Bartholomew's, Brighton, 1898-1913. V. of St 
Augustine's, Brighton, 1913-20. Asst. Chaplain, Community 
of the Holy Cross, Haywards Heath, 1921-5; Chaplain there, 
1925-8. Died Oct. 9, 1928, at Stroud, Gloucs. Brother of 
Frederick C. V. (1886). (Record of Old Westminsters; Scott, 
MSS.; Crockford; Burke, P. and B. (sub Anglesey); Fox- 
Davies, Armorial Families; The Times, Oct. 11, 1928.) 

PAGET, FRANCIS HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Mar. 26, 1858. S. of Henry, Esq., of Birstall, Leics. (and 
Ellen, dau. of Henry Lakin, Esq.). [B. 1840.] Matric. Michs. 
1858. Of Birstall, Leics. Lieut., Prince Albert's Own Leics. 
Yeo.-Cavah-y. J. P. for Leics. Married, 1865, Edith Mary, 
elder dau. of William Frederick Higgins, Esq., and had issue. 
(Walford, County Families.) 

PAGET, FREDERICK CATESBY VILLIERS. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, June 14, 1886. [Eldest] s. of Berkeley, of 20, 
Lexham Gardens, London (and Gertrude Fanny, dau. of the 
Hon. and Rt Rev. Henry Montague Villiers, D.D., Bishop 
of Durham). B. Oct. 30, 1867, in London. School Ken- 
sington. Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889. Vice-Consul at 
Taranto. Died, s.p., Feb. 19, 1896. Brother of Ernest V. 
(1893). (Burke, P. and B. (sub Anglesey).) 

PAGET, FREDERICK WALTER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 21, i860. [2nd] s. of WiUiam, of Sutton Bonington, 
nr Loughborough, Notts, (and Frances Ann Parkes). B. 
there. May 30, 1842. School, Warwick (private). Matric. 



Paget, John Byng 

.Michs. i860; B.A. 1864; M.A. 1881. Of The Cottage, Lough- 
borough. J. P. for Leics. Died Jan. 6, 1915. Brother of 
Herbert B. (1863). (Burke, L.G.) 

PAGET, GEORGE EDMUND. Adm. (age 18) at Caius, Oct. 7, 
1870. [Eldest] s. of George Edward (next), M.D., late Fellow 
of the College (and Clara, dau. of the Rev. Thomas FardeD, 
V. of Sutton, Isle of Ely). B. [Sept. 25, 1852] in Cambridge. 
School, Oakham. Matric. Michs. 1870; B.A. 1874; M.A. 1877. 
A stockbroker in London. Married, Aug. 29, 1877, Stella 
Rosalind Jeanette, dau. of PhiUp Salomons, of Brighton. 
Died June 7, 1929, at Salcombe, Devon. Brother of Owen F. 
(1891); father of Arthur R. (1896). (Venn, 11. 395; Burke, 
P. and B.; The Times, June 11, 1929; Cambridge Review; 
Oct. II, 1929.) 

PAGET, GEORGE EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, 
May 29, 1827. [3rd] s. of Samuel, brewer, of Great Yar- 
mouth (and Sarah Elizabeth Tolver). B. there [Dec. 22, 
1809]. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1827; B.A. 
(8th Wrangler) 1831; M.B. 1833; Med. Lie. 1836; M.D. 1838. 
FeUow, 1832-51; Bursar, 1835-8. At St Bartholomew's 
Hospital and in Paris. F.R.C.P., 1839. F.R.S., 1873. Hon. 
M.D., Dublin, 1867; Hon. LL.D., Edin.. 1871; Hon. D.C.L., 
Oxford, 1872; Hon. D.C.L., Durham, 1870. President of the 
Cambridge Philosophical Society, 1855. I.inacre Lecturer on 
Medicine at St John's, 185 1. Physician, Addenbrooke's 
Hospital, 1839-84. Regius Professor of Physic, 1872-92. 
President, B.M.A., 1864. Harveian Orator, R.C.P., 1866. 
Created K.C.B., 1885. In 1842 he persuaded the University 
to institute bedside examinations for its medical degrees, 
which were the first regular clinical examinations held in 
England. Married, Dec. 11, 1851, Clara, youngest dau. of 
the Rev. Thomas Fardell, V. of Sutton, Isle of Ely, and had 
10 children. Author, medical. Died Jan. 29, 1892, of 
influenza, at his house in St Peter's Terrace, Cambridge. 
There is a marble bust in Addenbrooke's hospital. Brother 
of Alfred T. (1835), Arthur C. (1825) and James (1874); 
father of the above and of Owen F. (1891). (Boase, 11. 1306 ; 
Medical Directories; Memoirs of H. A. Morgan, 206; Car- 
thusian Worthies; D.N.B.; C.U. Hist. Reg., 80; C. E. Paget's 
edition of G. E. Paget's Lectures.) 

PAGET, HERBERT BYNG. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 11, 
1863. [3rd] s. of William (and Frances Ann Parkes). B. 
[Nov. 27], 1845, at Sutton Bonington, Notts. Schools, 
Repton [and Brighton College]. Matric. Michs. 1863; B.A.. 
1867. Of Darley House, Darley Dale, Derbs., in 1910. 
Subsequently of Matlock, Derbs. Married, Feb. 15, 1869, 
Clara Eraser, dau. of the Rev. William Scott Robinson. Died 
Dec. 16, 1914. Brother of Frederick W. (i860); father of 
John B. (1888). (Repton Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G.) 

PAGET, Sir JAMES, Bart. Hon. LL.D., 1874. [8th s. of Samuel, 
brewer, of Great Yarmouth (and Sarah Elizabeth, dau. of 
Thomas Tolver, Esq., of Chester). B. Jan. 11, 1814, at Great 
Yarmouth. School, private.] At St Bartholomew's Hospital. 
M.R.C.S., 1836; F.R.C.S., 1843. F.R.S., 1851. Hon. M.D., 
Dublin, Bonn and Wiirzburg; Hon. D.C.L., Oxford, 1868. 
Hon. F.R.C.S., Dublin and Edinburgh. Assistant Surgeon, 
St Bartholomew's Hospital, 1847; Surgeon, 1861; Consulting 
Surgeon, 1871. Surgeon-extraordinary to Queen Victoria, 
1858. Surgecn to the Prince of Wales, 1863-99. Created 
Bart., Aug. 19, 1871. Serjeant-Surgeon to Queen Victoria, 
1875. Vice-chancellor of London University, 1884-95. 
Married, May 23, 1844, Lydia, dau. of the Rev. Henry North, 
Domestic Chaplain to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. Author, 
Lectures on Surgical Pathology; Records of Harvey, etc. Died 
Dec. 30, 1899. Brother of George E. (1827), Alfred T. (1835) 
and Arthur C. (1825); father of John R. (1866). (Boase, vi. 
342; Medical Directories; Walford, County Families; Burke, 
P. and B.; Fox-Davjps, Armorial Families; D.N.B.; Who 
was Who.) 

PAGET, JOHN BYNG. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 21, 1888. 
S. of Herbert Byng (1863), of Darley House, Matlock, Derbs. 
(and Clara Eraser, dau. of the Rev. William Scott Robinson). 
B. [June i], 1870, at Brighton. School, Repton. Matric. 
Michs. 1888. Second Lieut., West Yorks. Regt., 1892; 
Lieut., 1894. In the Ashanti Expedition, 1895; employed 
with Egyptian Army, 1898; in the Sudan Campaign, with 
Sudanese Camel Corps, 1899; mentioned in despatches. 
Served in the South African War, 1899-1902; Captain, igoo. 
Retired, 1908. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Major, 
W. Yorks. Regt., 1916; Railway Transport Officer). Married, 
1912, Germaine, dau. of P. Herelle, of Paris, and had issue. 
Of Ibstock Place, Roehampton, and of Ibstock Close, Little 
Tew, Oxfordshire. An owner of racehorses. (Army Lists; 
Univ. War List ; Burke, L.G. ; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families ; 
Kelly, Handbook ; Who's Who in Racing.) 



Paget, John Rahere 

PAGET, JOHN RAHERE. Adm. at Trinity Hall, June lo, 

1866. Eldest s. of James, F.R.S. [ist Bart.] (1874), of Hare- 
wood Place (and Lydia North). [B. Mar. 9, 1848.] School, 
Royal Institution, Liverpool. [Matric. at London University, 
1865.] Matric. Michs. 1866; Scholar, 1867; B.A. 1870; 
Bumey prize, 1871; LL.B. 1871. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Apr. 13, 1870. Called to the Bar, Apr. 30, 1873. Gilbart 
Lecturer on banking, 1888. Succeeded his father as 2nd Bart., 
Dec. 30, 1899. K.C., 1902; Bencher, 1908. Hon. Fellow, 
Institute of Bankers, 1928. Married, July 19, 1883, Julia 
Norrie, dau. of George L. A. Moke, of New York, and had 
issue. Author, Lazv of Banking; Legal Decisions affecting 
Bankers; contributed the article on banks and banking in 
Lord Halsbury's Lau'S of England. Died Aug. 20, 1938, at 
Bumham, Bucks. (Law Lists; Inns of Court; Burke, P. and 
B.; Foster, Men at the Bar; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; 
Who was Who; The Times, Aug. 22, 1938.) 

PAGET, OWEN FRANK. Matric. Non-CoU., Easter, 1889. S. of 
Professor Sir G[eorge] E[dward] (1827), K.C.B., FeUow of 
Caius CoUege (and Clara FardeU). B. [Feb. 17] 1871, at 
Cambridge. School, Charterhouse. Migrated to Caius, 
Oct. I, 1S91; M.B. and B.Chir. 1895; M.D. 1906. At St Bar- 
tholomew's Hospital. Clinical Assistant, Throat Hospital, 
Golden Square and Resident Medical Officer, St George and 
St James Dispensaries. Practised for some time at Melton 
Mowbray, and then at Fremantle, Austraha. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Major, Australian A.M.C.). In practice 
at Sharks' Bay, Western Australia, 1946; Hon. Consulting 
Surgeon, Fremantle hospital. Author, medical. Brother of 
George E. (1870). [List of Carthusians; Venn, 11. 518; Univ. 
War List; Medical Directories.) 

PAGET, THOMAS BRADLEY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Dec. 4, 1829. S. of the Rev. Thomas Bradley (Wadham 
College, Oxford, 1800) (by his ist wife, Elizabeth, dau. of 
the Rev. John Watkins, R. of Rock, Worcs.). B. [Mar. 16, 
1812] at Grendon, Warws. School, Tamworth, Staffs. Matric. 
Michs. 1830; B.A. 1834; Members' prize, 1835; M.A. 1839. 
Ord. deacon (Durham) July 23, 1836; priest, 1837; C. of 
Kingswood, Gloucs., 1836-8. C. of Christ Church, Doncaster, 
1838-45. R.D. of Howden, 1865-90. V. of Welton with 
Melton, Yorks., 1845-92. Hon. Canon of York. Married, 
Oct. 19, 1847, Sophia, 3rd dau. of Sir Edmund Beckett, 
4th Bart. Died Feb. 20, 1893, aged 80. (Durham Ord. Book; 
Crockford; The Guardian, Mar. i, 1893; Burke, L.G., which 
gives date of marriage as Aug. 19, 1845.) 

PAGET, THOMAS CHARLES PLUMTRE BARGH FRANCEYS 
BRADLEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 21, 1868. S. of 
Franceys Bradley, of Welton, Brough, Yorks. B. [Jan. 18], 
1851, at Ackworth, Yorks. Schools [Repton and] Tonbridge. 
Matric. Michs. 1869. In Texas for a time, but returned to 
England. (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; Repton Sch. Reg.) 

PAGET, THOMAS GUY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 10, 1862. 
S. of John, of 46, Euston Square, London [barrister and 
Metropolitan Police Magistrate] (and Elizabeth, dau. of 
William Rathbone, of Green Bank, Liverpool). B. [Aug. 17], 
1843, at Liverpool. School, University College, London. 
Matric. Michs. 1862. Partner with his uncle in a Leicester 
bank. Succeeded his uncle, Thomas Tertius Paget, at Ibstock 
and Humberstone, Leics., and at Oxendon, Northants., 1892. 
J. P. for Leics. Married, Jan. 15, 1873, Frances Edith Nugent, 
dau. of Thomas Nugent Vaughan, and had issue. Died 
June 19, 1894. (Burke, L.G.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; 
Who's Who (sub his son Thomas Guy Frederick, M.P.); 
Univ. Coll. Sch. Reg.) 

PAGET, WILLIAM EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 
1898. [Only] s. of William Byerley [D.L., J. P.], of South- 
field, Loughborough, Leics. (and Eliza, dau. of Thomas 
Crowe, of Dromore, Co. Clare). B. [June 30], 1879, at 
Loughborough. School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1898; 
B.A. 1901. Lieut., Leics. Yeomanry. Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (Remount Service). Of Nanpantan Hall, 
Loughborough. J. P. for Leics. Married, June i, 1905, 
Barbara, dau. of W. S. Hunter, of Gilling Castle, Yorks., and 
had issue. Joint Master of the Quom Hunt, 1919-28. Died 
suddenly whilst hunting, Mar. 27, 1928. (Winchester Coll. 
Reg.; Burke, L.G.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Who was 
Who; The Times, Mar. 30, 1928.) 

PAGET-TOMLINSON, THOMAS ROTHWELL. Adm. at Trinity 
Hall, 1894. S. of Wilham Smith, M.D., of The Biggins, 
Kirkby-Lonsdale. B. May 12, 1875. School, Aldenham. 
Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897. Rowing 'blue' (cox), 1896. 
Of Kirkby-Lonsdale. J. P. for Westmorland, 1899. Capt., 
West of Scotland R.G.A. Militia. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Major, Westmorland and Cumberland Yeomanry 
(T.F. Res.) and Labour Corps; mentioned in Sec. of State's 
List for 'valuable services'). Died Jan. 13, 1937, at Kirkby- 
Lonsdale. Brother of the next. (Book of Blues; Army Lists; 
Univ. War List; The Times, Jan. 18, 1937.) 



Pain, Allison George Odell 

PAGET-TOMLINSON, WILLIAM GUY. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1896. [2nd] s. of WiUiam Smith, Esq. [M.D.], of The Biggins, 
Kirkby-Lonsdale. [B. Mar. i, 1877.] School, Aldenham. 
Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. i8gg. Athletics 'blue' (Hurdles 
and High Jump), 1898, 1899, 1900; President, C.U.A.C, 
1900. Second Lieut., 7th Hussars, 1900; Lieut., 1902. Served 
in the South African War, 1901-2. Captain, 1910. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (Major, 7th Hussars; wounded; 
D.S.O., 1919; mentioned 3 times in despatches; Officer, 
Order of the Star of Roumania; G.S.O. 2, in India, 191 5-17; 
Waziristan expedition, 1917. Mesopotamia, 191 7-18). 
Retired, 1920. Commanded 55 Wessex Brig. R.F.A. (T.A.), 
1921-6, and the 5th Battn, King's Own Royal Regt., 1928-32. 
Of Biggins House, Kirkby-Lonsdale. J. P. for Lanes. Brother 
of the above. (Book of Blues; Army Lists; The V.C. and 
D.S.O.) 

PAGETT, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 11, 1793. 
Of Middlesex. [Doubtless 2nd s. of the Rev. William 
(Wadham CoUege, Oxford, 1745), R. of North Wingfield, 
Derbs.] Matric. Michs. 1793; IB.A. 1797. 

PAGLAR, CHARLES. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 8, 1833; 
a 'Ten-year man'. Of Middlesex. Matric. Easter, 1842; 
B.D. (Stat. Eliz.) 1845. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Aug. 13, 
1843; priest, Aug. 25, 1844. C. of Levington, Suffolk, 1847-9. 
Kept a school at Anglesey Road, Ipswich. Chaplain of 
Ipswich Union, 1849-58. C. of Copdock, 1858-68. Died 
Mar. 15, 1868, aged 67, at Ipswich. (Crockford; Ecclesiastical 
Gazette, Apr. 1868; Cambridge Chronicle, Kar. 21, 1868.) 

PAGLAR, EDWARD BRANDON. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Apr. I, 1854. Matric. Michs. 1854; B.A. 1858. Ord. deacon 
(Peterborough), 1858; priest (Manchester) 1859 ; C. of Grendon, 
Northants., 1858-62. C. of Tibshelf, Derbs., 1863-8. C. of 
Aukborough, Lines., 1868-70. Latterly of Wheathampstead, 
St Albans, Herts. Disappears from Crockford, 1879. (Clergy 
List.) 

PAGLAR, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 7, 
1870. S. of William Henry, gent, (and Elizabeth). B. at 
Frenchay, Gloucs. Bapt., Sept. 22, 1849. Matric. Michs. 
1870. A school master; of Moorend House, Mangotsfield, 
and of Fishponds, Bristol. Married Elizabeth, dau. of the 
Rev. John Foster. (C. R. Hudleston.) 

PAICE, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. i, 1877. 
Of Surrey. [S. of Henry Charles, corn-merchant, of Egham. 
B. there, Oct. 8, 1857. School, Clewer House, Windsor.] 
Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881; M.A. 1884. Ord. deacon 
(Lichfield) 1881; priest, 1882; C. of St Matthew's, Walsall, 
Staffs., 1881-3. C. of HartshiU, 1883-7; V. there, 1887-1901. 
V. and R.D. of Walsall, 1901-18. Preb. of Lichfield, 1910-23. 
V. of St Mary's, Lichfield, 1918-23. R.D. of Lichfield, 1918. 
Died July 3, 1923, as the result of a fall, whilst attending 
a meeting of the House of Clergy of the National Assembly. 
(Scott, MSS.; Crockford; Who was Who.) 

PAIGE, JOHN COOPE. Matric. Non-Coll., from Cavendish H., 
Michs. 1884. 

PAIGE, The Rev. LEWIS. M.A. 1847, incorp. from DubUn. 
[S. of James, merchant. B. at Waterford.] Adm. pens, at 
Trinity College, Dublin, Jan. 3, 1820, aged 16; B.A. (Trin. 
Coll., Dublin) 1827; M.A. (Trin. Coll., Dublin) 1840. Ord. 
deacon, 1833; priest, 1834. Chaplain at Newcastle-on-T>Tie 
Grammar School, 1843-4. P.C. of Holy Trinity, Hartlepool, 
1852-67. Kept a school at Cliff Terrace, Hartlepool. Chaplain 
of the gaol, Newcastle, 1844-51. R. of Whitfield, Northants., 
1867-89. Died Aug. 12, 1889, aged 86. (Crockford; 
Northants. Clergy, x. 145; Al. Dublin.; P. B. G. Binnall.) 

PAIGE, WILLIAM MICHAEL TUCKER. Adm. pens, (age 18) 
at Trinity, Nov. 30, 1824. S. of WiUiam. B. at Slapton, 
Devon. School [Blundell's], Tiverton. Matric. Michs. 1825; 
B.A. 1829. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1830; priest, 1831. C. of 
Ilsington, Devon, 1835-68. C. of Sunderland, Durham, 
1868-73. Disappears from Crockford, 1874. (Blundell's Sch. 
Reg.) 

PAIN, ALFRED. Matric. Non-CoU. Lent, 1882; B.A. 1885. 

PAIN, ALFRED ODELL. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, Oct. 
1873. S. of Thomas, Esq. B. at Felmersham, Beds. School, 
private. Matric. Michs. 1873. 

PAIN, ALLISON GEORGE ODELL. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Apr. 26, 1876. S. of John Odell [linen-draper]. B. [Sept. 14, 
1858], in Cambridge. School, Perse, Cambridge. Matric. 
Michs. 1876; Scholar, 1876; B.A. (iq/A Classic) iSSo: M.A. 
1884. Assistant Master in various schools, including Sutton 
Valence School, 1880-90. Private tuition and press work in 
Sydney, N.S.W., 1890-6. A journalist in Perth, W. Australia, 
1897-1910. Died as the result of an accident in Perth 
Cathedral, Sept. 17, 1910. Brother of Aubrey J. O. (1881). 
Barry E. O. (1883) and Herbert T. O. (1875)- {Peile, 11. 648; 
Christ's Coll. Obit. Notices.) 



Pain, Arthur Wellesley 

PAIN, ARTHUR WELLESLEY. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Oct. 10, 1862. S. of Joseph. B. [Aug. 21, 1841], at Fel- 
mersham, Beds. Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 1866; M.A. 1899; 
D.D. 1903. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1866; priest, 1867; C. of 
Holbrook, Suffolk, 1866-7. Inc. of Narellan, New South 
Wales, AustraUa, 1868-83, and Inc. of Cabramatta, 1877-83- 
R. of St John's, DarUnghuret, Sydney, 1883-1902. Chaplain 
to the Archbishop of Sydney, 1893-1902. Canon of Sydney 
Cathedral. The first Bishop of Gippsland, 1902-17. Canon 
of Sydney, 1918-20. Hon. Sec, C.M.S. of Australia and New 
Zealand, 1917-20. Married, 1871, Annie Bisdee, dau. of 
George Thome, of Sydney. Died May 14, 1920. (Crock/ord; 
Wkowas Who; W. H. S. Jones, Hisi. of St Catharine's College.) 

PAIN, AUBREY JOSEPH ODELL. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
May 14, i8Si. S. of John Odell [linen-draper, of Cambridge. 

B. there, Jan. 22, 1863]. Schools, Perse and Sedbergh. 
Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1890. Assistant 
Master at Doncaster School, 1884-5. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 
1886; priest, 1887; C. of Holy Trinity, Lee, Kent, 1886-8. 

C. of Petworth, Sussex, 1888-93. C. of Rotherfield, 1893-6. 
R. of Lurgashall, 1896-1921. R.D. of Petworth. Died Feb. 9, 
1921. Brother of the next, of Herbert T. O. (1875) and Alhson 
G.O. (1876). (Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; Peile, 11. 681; The Times, 
Feb. II, 1921.) 

PAIN, BARRY ERIC ODELL. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1883. Of Cambridgeshire. [S. of John Odell, linen- 
draper. B. Sept. 28, 1864, at 3 Sidney Street, Cambridge. 
School, Sedbergh.] Matric. Michs. 1883; Scholar, 18S4; B.A. 
1886. An Army coach at Guildford, 1886-90. Wrote, from 
1890, for the Daily Chronicle, Black and White, and for the 
Cornhill Magazine. Editor of Today, 1897, in succession to 
Jerome K. Jerome. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(A.A.C., R.N.V.R., 1915-16). Author of Playthings and 
Parodies; The Gifted Family; Stories in Grey; This Charming 
Green Hat Fair; Essays of To-day and Yesterday, etc. Died 
May 5, 1928. Brother of the above, of Allison G. O. (1876) 
and Herbert T. O. (1875). {D.N.B.; Who was Who; The 
Times, May 12, 1928.) 
PAIN, BASIL HEWITT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. i, 
1897. [Only surv.] s. of Clement, Esq., of Kentwins, Nut- 
field, Surrey. [B. Jan. 17, 1879. School, St Paul's.] Matric. 
Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900; M.B. and B.Chir. 1905. At St Bar- 
tholomew's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1903- House 
Surgeon, W. Norfolk and Lynn Hospital, King's Lynn. 
Practised at Leatherhead. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Surgeon-Cdr., R.N.). Subsequently of Southborough and at 
Reigate. Of Speldhurst,nr Tunbridge Wells, ini95i. (StPaul's 
Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; Medical Directories.) 
PAIN, EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Nov. 2, 1843, 
.Matric. Lent, 1844; B.A. 1848. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1848; 
priest, 1850; C. of Kenwyn, Cornwall, 1848-51. R. of 
Somerset East, Grahamstown, S. Africa, 1852-66. R. of 
Stoke-Hammond, Bucks., 1866-1902. Died Mar. 5, 1902, aged 
80, at Bletchley. (Crockford; Scott, MSS.; The Cambridge 
Chronicle, Mar. 14, 1902.) 
PAIN, EDWARD DAVY. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1898. 
Eldest s. of Arthur Cadhck, C.E., of 17, Victoria Street, 
Westminster, London. B. Apr. 16, 1880, at Surbiton. School, 
Bradfield. Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. igoi. Articled to a 
Civil Engineer; student, I.C.E., 1901. Became a journalist, 
1904; on the Editorial Staff of the Evening Mail and North 
Mail, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1904; Evening Standard and 
St James's Gazette, 1905. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Private, ist Public Schools Battn., Royal Fusiliers, Sept. 
1914; Capt., Somerset L.I.); killed in action, Oct. 18, 1916. 
(Bradfield Coll. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; The Times, Aug. 30, 1916.) 
PAIN, ERNEST. Adm. pens, at St John's, Aug. 29, 1895. S. of 
Thomas, barrister-at-law [died Jan. 18, 1894] (and Mary Ann 
Buckby). B. Mar. 2, 1876, at West Dulwich. School, Dulwich 
College. Matric. Michs. 1895. 
PAIN, FRANCIS KENNING. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Aug. 5, 1864. [4th] s. of S[olomon] J[ohn] [solicitor], of 
London. Matric. Lent, 186s; LL.B. 1868. Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, June 5, 1866. Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 
1870. On the South-Eastem Circuit. (Law Lists; Inns of 
Court; Foster, Men at the Bar.) 
PAIN, GEORGE LYWOOD. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, 
Sept. 21, 1877. S. of Charles, husbandman, of Westover, 
near Andover, Hants. B. there. Matric. Michs. 1877. 
PAIN, HERBERT THOMAS ODELL. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
June 7, 1875. S. of Tohn Odell [linen-draper]. B. Oct. 22, 
1856, at Cambridge." School, Perse, Cambridge. Matric. 
Michs. 1875. Kept 6 terms. Died Nov. 29, 1877. Brother 
of Allison G.O. (1876); Aubrey J. O. (1881) and Barry E. O. 
(1883). (Peile, II, 641.) 
PAIN, JOHN ATHILL JAMES. Adm. at Clare, June 16, 1883. 
Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886. 



Pakenham, Arthur Hercules 

PAIN, RUPERT WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1873. S. of John. Of Hants. B. at Popham-in- 
Micheldever. School, Wimbledon. Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 
1881; M..\. 1886. Ord. deacon (St Albans) 1881; priest, 1883; 
C.of Kelvedon, Essex, 1881-2. C. of Halstead, 1883-4. C. of 
Titchfield, Hants., 1884-7. V. of DuUingham, Cambs., 
1888-9. C. of Brockenhurst, Hants., 1893-9. R. of Alwalton, 
Hunts., 1904-7. Died Jan. 15, 1907, aged 52. (Crockford; 
The Cambridge Chronicle, Jan. 25, 1907.) 
PAIN, WILLIAM HENRY BELLEW. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 10, 1848. S. of Edward, soUcitor, of Grosvenor Place, 
London (and Louisa Philippa). B. June 26, 1830, in St 
George's, Hanover Square. Matric. Michs. 1848. Adm. 
Solicitor, 1855; practised in London. Resided at Frimley 
Green, Surrey. (Law Lists.) 
PAINE, ARTHUR HEINTZ. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. 13, 
1862. S. of Cornelius, of Surbiton, Surrey. B. .\ug. 22, 1844, 
in London. School, Brighton College. Matric. Michs. 1863; 
B.A. 1867; M.A. 1870. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1867; priest, 
1869; C. of Swafiham, Norfolk, 1867-71. C. of St Margaret's, 
Toxteth Park, Liverpool, 1874-93. V. of Burton, Cheshire, 
1893-4. C. of St Margaret's, Toxteth Park, Liverpool, 
1894-6. Received into the Roman Catholic Church at the 
Brompton Oratory, 1896. Died Mar. 20, 1939, at Putney. 
(Crockford; The Tablet, Dec. 24, 1896; The Times, Mar. 22, 
1939-) 
PAINE, CHARLES ALBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity. June 15, 
1891. S. of Charles Cleverly, of Cedar House, Stamford Hill, 
London. B. [July 30], 1872, in London. Schools [Brighton 
College and] Eastbourne College. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 
1894; M..4. 1903. Adm. Solicitor, 1897. Practised in London 
(Messrs Paines, of Coleman Street) and at Chichester, East- 
bourne, Brighton, and Portsmouth. In London in 1930. 
(Brighton Coll. Reg.; Law Lists.) 
PAINE, JESSE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 14, 1852. S. of 
Samuel, surgeon, of Grand Junction Road, Brighton (and 
Harriett). B. at Brighton. Bapt. July 25, 1832. [School, 
Brighton CoUege.] Matric. Michs. 1853; B.A. 1857; M.A. 

1869. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1857; priest, 1859; C. of Ash, 
Salop, 1857-8. C. of Berrington, 1868-70. C. of Shawbury, 

1870. C. of Pr^es, 1874-5. V. of Rowton, 18S0-9. R. of 
Eaton-Constantine, 1889-1911. Married, Nov. 4, 1869, 
Laetitia F. Faulkner, dau. of J. Faulkner Wood, of Shrews- 
bury. Resided latterly at Dorrington, nr Shrewsbury, where 
hedied June 12, 1920, aged 88. Father of the next. (Brighton 
Coll. Reg.- Crockford; The Times, June 15, 1920.) 

PAINE, NIGEL WOOD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 17, 1890. 
[Only] s. of the Rev. Jesse, above, of Eaton-Constantine, Iron 
Bridge, Salop. B. Dec. 11, 1870, in Salop. Schcol, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893; M.A. 1897. Rowing 'blue,' 
1894. Ord. deacon (St Albans) 1895; priest, 1897; C. of 
Harpenden, Herts., 1895-7. V. of Weston, 1897-1901. R. of 
Great Melton, Norfolk, 1901-46 (and V. of Little Melton 
from 1926). Hon. Canon of Norwich, 1933-46. Married and 
had issue. Died Oct. 24, 1946, at Norwich. (Book of Blues; 
Crockford; The Rev. N. W. Paine; The Times, Oct. 26, 1946.) 

PAINE, TYRRELL THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 21, 
1865. [Eldest ] s. of [Sir] Thomas, solicitor, of 9, Albert Road, 
Regent's Park, London. B. [Oct. 15], 1849, in London. 
School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1867; B.A. 1871. Athletics 
'blue' (3 Miles), 1869. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 10, 
1872. Called to the Bar, 1875. On the South-Eastem Circuit. 
A Special Pleader. Bencher. Died Mar. 9, 1920, at Cannes. 
(Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; llu Times, 
Mar. 10, 1920.) 

PAINE, WALTER LIONEL. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i, 
1900. S. of G. W. B. Mar. 2, 1881, at Upper Norwood, 
London. School, Oundle (Mr F. W. Sanderson). Matric. 
Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1908. Assistant Master at 
Oundle, 1906-9; at Whitgift Grammar School, 1909-14. 
Edited some texts for the Clarendon Press. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Private, Grenadier Guards, Sept. 1914; 
Capt., and Adj., King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.); attached 
Lanes. FusiUers); killed in action in GalUpoli, June 4, 1915. 
(Scott, MSS.; Schoolmasters' Directories; Univ. War List; 
I he Times, Nov. 24, 1915) 

PAKENHAM, ARTHUR HERCULES. Adm. pens, at Caius, 
Nov. 14, 1841. [2nd] s. of Major-General the Hon. Sir Her- 
cules Robert (1799), K.C.B. (and the Hon. Emily Stapleton, 
dau. of the 12th Lord Le Despencer). B. [Nov. 25, 1824], in 
Dubhn. School, Cheam, Surrey. Matric. Michs. 1842; 
Scholar, 1843-6; B.A. 1846; M.A. 1850. Ord. deacon, 1847; 
priest, 1848. V. of Steeple Barton, Oxon., 1850-5. Of Lang- 
ford Lodge, Co. Antrim, from 1855, and latterly of Gartree, 
Belfast. J. P. for Antrim. Died, unmarried, Mar. 29, 1895. 
(Venn, 11. 256; Crockford; Clergy List; Burke, P. and B. 
(sub Longford) ; Walford, County Families.) 

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Pakenham, Edward Michael (Lord) 

PAKENHAM, EDWARD MICHAEL, Lord (1835), see LONG- 
FORD. 

PAKENHAM, HAMILTON SANDFORD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
July 5, 1856. [5th] s. of the Very Rev. Henry (ne.xt), Dean 
of St Patrick's (and Eliza Catherine Sandford). B. [Feb. 14], 
1840, at Navan, Co. Meath. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1857. Lieut., 2nd Life Guards, 1859; Capt. Married, Sept. 15, 
1864, Gwenwydd Frances, dau. of the Hon. R. T. Rowley. 
Died, s.p., Oct. 20, 1864. Brother of V/illiam S. (1842). 
(Eton Sch. Lists; Army Lists; Burke, P. and B. (sub Long- 
ford).) 

PAKENHAM, The Hon. HENRY. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 18) at 
Caius, June 17, 1806. [5th] s. of Edward Michael [2nd] 
Baron Longford (and Catharine, dau. of Hercules L. Rowley). 
[B. Aug. 24, 1787.1 School, Armagh. Matric. Michs. 1806; 
M.A. 1808; D.D. per Lit. Reg. 1847. M.A. Dublin, ad eundem, 
1811. R. of Ballyroan, Queen's Co., Ireland, 1813-18. R. of 
Ardbraccan, Co. Meath, 1818-43. Archdeacon of Emly, 
1823-43. Dean of St Patrick's, Dublin, 1843-63. Dean of 
Christ Church, Dublin, 1846-65. Married, Jan. 15, 1822, 
Eliza Catherine Sandford, sister of Henry, 2nd Lord Mount- 
sandford. Author, Some Reflections on the 2yd Psalm; 
Sermon on John xvi. 7; Our Need of the Holy Spirit, etc. 
Died Dec. 25, 1863, at 40, Harcourt Street, Dublin. Father 
of the above and of William S. (1842); brother of the next. 
(Al. Dublin.; Burke, P. and B. (sub Longford); Boase, vi. 
344; Burke, L.G. of Ireland; G. Mag., 1864, i. 261.) 

PAKENHAM, The Hon. HERCULES ROBERT. Adm. FeU.- 
Com. (age 18) at Caius, Oct. 25, 1799. [3rd] s. of Edward 
Michael, 12th Baron Longford. B. [Sept. 29, 1781], in Dublin. 
School, Armagh (Mr Carpendale). Matric. Michs. 1799; 
M.A. 1803. Ensign, 40th Foot, 1803; Lieut., 1804; trans- 
ferred to the 95 th Rifles (afterwards the Rifle Brigade) 1804; 
Captain, 1805. Served at Copenhagen and in Portugal. 
Major, West India Regt., 1810. Served in the Peninsular: 
Assistant Adjutant-General up to the fall of Badajos; 
severely wounded (gold cross for Busaco, Fuentes d'Onoro 
and Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajos). Brevet Lieut. -Col., 1812; 
Lieut. -Col., 26th Cameronians, 1812. Transferred to the 
Coldstream Guards, 1814. Retired on half pay, 1817. Brevet 
Col. and A.D.C. to the King, 1825. Major-General, 1837. 
Colonel, 43rd Light Infantry, 1844. Commanded the Ports- 
mouth District, 1843-6. Lieut. -General, 1846. C.B., 1815; 
K.C.B., 1838. Married, Dec. 25, 1817, the Hon. Emily 
Stapleton, dau. of Thomas, 12th Lord Le Despencer. Died 
Mar. 7, 1850, at his residence, Longford Lodge, Co. Antrim. 
Brother of the above; father of Arthur H. (1841). (Burke, 
P. and B. (sub Longford) ; D.N.B.) 

PAKENHAM, WILLIAM SANDFORD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Nov. 29, 1842. [3rd s. of the Very Rev. Henry (1806), Dean 
of St Patrick's and of Christ Church, Dublin (and Ehza 
Catherine Sandford) . B. Jan. 10, 1826.] Matric. Michs. 1843; 
B.A. 1847; M.A. 1850. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Mar. 1, 1847. 
Married, Jan. 15, 1857, Constantia Henrietta Frances, dau. 
of Sir William Vemer, ist Bart., and had issue. Died at Ely 
Place, Dublin, Nov. 26, 1886. Brother of Hamilton S. (1856). 
(Burke, P. and B. (sub Longford); Inns of Court.) 

PAL, JOGINDRA NATH. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 14, 
1895. S. of Bunko Behary, Pleader, S.E. Court, Calcutta, 
of Hooghly, Bengal (and Kadumbine Dassee). B. Apr. 7, 
1877, at Chinsurah, Hooghly. School, Hooghly College 
(Mr W. Griffiths). Matric. Michs. 1895; Scholar, 1897; B.A. 
1898. 

PALAIRET, JOHN GWALTER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 17, 1785, as 'George' Walter. [Only s. of Elias John, 
formerly of Grenada and the Diplomatic Service, and grand- 
son of Gwalter Boranskill, agent of the Dutch States General 
in London. B. Aug. 4, 1765, in London.] School, Tonbridge. 
Matric. Michs. 1785; Scholar, 1785; B.A. 1790; M.A. 1793. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, July 27, 1784. Called to the Bar, 
Feb. 7, 1794. Lived in London, Bath, and Reading. Married, 
Catharine, dau. of Johnson Pistor, Esq., of Bath, and had 
seven sons. Died Mar. i, 1824, at Reading. Father of the 
ne.xt. (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 409; 
Inns of Court; G. Mag., 1824, i. 284.) 

PALAIRET, JOHN GWALTER. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Oct. 17, 1825. Eldest s. of John Gwalter (above). Matric. 
Lent, 1826; B.A. 1830. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 17, 
1823, as 'eldest s. of John Walter, of Reading'. Married, 
1836, Jane, dau. of Colthurst Bateman, of Bartholey House, 
Monmouth. Went to Auckland, New Zealand, where he died, 
Jan. 2, 1878. (Peile, 11. 420; St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 409; 
Inns of Court.) 

PALEY, EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Dec. 15, 1800. 
[2nd] s. of the Rev. William (1758), D.D., Subdean of Lincoln. 
[School, Carhsle Grammar.] Doubtful if resided. Adm. at 
Queen's College, Oxford, whence he matric. July 11, 1801, 



Paley, George Barber 

aged 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1805; M.A. (Oxford) 1808. V. of 
Cawthome, Yorks., 1809-22. V. of Easlngwold, 1812-37. 
R. of Gretford with Wilsthorpe, Lines., 1838-50. Died in 
1850. Brother of William (1798) and James (1811); father 
of the next two. (Carlisle Gr. Sch. Reg.; Al. Oxon.; Clergy 
List.) 

PALEY, FRANCIS HENRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Mar. 22, 
1844. S. of the Rev. Edmund (above), R.' of Gretford, Leics. 
B. [Aug. 4, 1826], at Easingwold, Yorks. School, Stamford. 
Matric. Michs. 1844; Scholar, 1845; B.A. 1848; M.A. 1851. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1849; priest, 1850; C. of Gretford with 
Wilsthorpe, Lines., 1849-50. C. of Perm, Stags., 1851-6; 
V. of Penn, 1856-74. V. of Church Preen, Salop, 1875-81. 
V. of Cartmel, Lanes., 1881-9. R. of Gonalston, Notts., 
1889-1907, %vhen he resigned and lived in Malvern until he 
died there. May 11, 1909. Brother of the next. (Peile, 11. 
487; Crockford; Christ's Coll. obit, notices.) 

PALEY, FREDERICK APTHORP. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Feb. 27, 1833. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Edmund (1800), R. of 
Easingwold, Yorks (and Sarah). [B. Jan. 14, 1815.] School, 
Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1833; Scholar, 1836; B.A. 1838; 
M.A. 1842. Hon. LL.D., Aberdeen, 1883. Resided in College, 
1838-46, but was requested to give up his rooms in 1846, 
when he was suspected of having encouraged a pupil to join 
the Roman Catholic Church. Became a Roman Catholic, 
1846. A private tutor to various families, 1847-56. Returned 
to Cambridge i860 and resided, first in Jesus Lane and later 
at 17, Botolph Lane. A private tutor at Cambridge, 1860-74. 
Professor of Classical Literature at the CathoUc University 
at Kensington, 1874-7. One of the original members of the 
Cambridge Camden Society. Married (i) July 31, 1854, 
Ruth, 6th dau. of George Matthew Burchell, Esq., of Bramley, 
Surrey, and had issue; (2) Oct. 3, 1871, Selena Frances, 
yst. dau. of the Rev. Thomas Broadhurst, of Bath, and had 
further issue. Edited and translated numerous classical 
works. Author, Flora of Dover; Flora of Peterborough; 
A Manual of Gothic Mouldings; Notes on Cartmell Priory 
Church; etc., etc. Retired to Bournemouth, 1881, where he 
died Dec. 9, 1888. Brother of the above. (Shreicsbury Sch. 
Reg.; Boase, 11. 1310; Eagle, xv. 366; D.N.B.) 

PALEY, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Christ's, Aug. 14, 
1775- [3rd] s. of George. B. at Langcliffe, Yorks. School, 
Giggleswick. Matric. Michs. 1776; Scholar, 1776; B.A. 
(gth Wrangler) 1780; M.A. 1783. Ord. deacon (Norwich), 
Aug. 6, 1780; priest (Peterb., Litt. dim. from Norwich), 
May 18, 1782; C. of East Dereham, Norfolk, 1782. Chaplain 
to the Bishop of Clonfert, 1785. (Giggleswick Sch. Reg.; 
Peile, II. 303; Northants. Clergy.) 

PALEY, GEORGE ALFRED. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 5, 
1856. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. George Barber (1816) (and 
Catherine Anne, dau. of William Robertson, Esq., M.D., of 
Bath). B. [Mar. 22, 1838], at Freckenham, Suffolk. Bapt. 
May 28, 1838. Matric. Michs. 1856; B.A. i860; M.A. 1863. 
Rowing 'blue,' 1859. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 7, i860. 
Called to the Bar, June 6, 1863. On the Midland Circuit. 
Died, unmarried, Feb. 20, 1866, of typhus fever. Brother of 
John (1859). (Eagle, v. 122; Book of Blues; Law Lists; Inns 
of Court; G. Mag., 1866, i. 456.) 

PALEY, GEORGE ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 13, 
1893. S. of John (1859), of Ampton Hall, Bury St Edmunds 
(and the Hon. Clara Emily Charlotte, dau. of John James, 
2nd Lord Rayleigh). B. [Nov. 14], 1874, at Brighton. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1901. Of Ampton 
Hall, Bury St Edmunds, and LangcUfie, Yorks. J. P. for 
Suffolk. Died Apr. 29, 1941, in South .Africa. (Eton 
Sch. Lists; Walford, County Families (sub his grandfather); 
The Times, May 2, 1941.) 

PALEY, GEORGE BARBER. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Nov. 29, 1816. [Eldest] s. of John Green [Esq., J. P., of 
Langcliffe and Oatlands, Yorks.] (and Anne, dau. of George 
Barber, Esq., of Clock House, Bradford, Yorks.). B. [Oct. 28, 
1799], at Bowling, Bradford, Yorks. School, Bowling, Brad- 
ford. Matric. Michs. 1817. Migrated to Peterhouse, June 24, 
1820; B.A. (25th Wrangler) 1822; M.A. 1825; B.D. 1832. 
Fellow of Peterhouse. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1825; priest, 1826; 
P.C. of Little St Mary's, Cambridge, 1832-3. V. of Cherry 
Hinton, Cambs., 1833-5. R. of Freckenham, Suffolk, 1835-79- 
J.P. for Suffolk. Married, May 18, 1837, Catherine Anne, 
dau. of WilUam Robertson, M.D., of Bath. Succeeded to the 
family estates at Langchffe, Yorks., i860. .Author, Form of 
Prayer with Paraphrase on the Litanv; Saul of Tarsus 
(a Dramatic Sketch). Died Feb. 10, 18S0, at 90, Onslow 
Gardens, London. Portrait at Ampton Hall, Suffolk (his 
son's seat). Father of George A. (1856) and John (1859). 
(Boase, n. 1310, which erroneously gives 'George Barker'; 
T. A. Walker, 409 and MS. note 410; Crockford.) 



Paley, George Knowles 

PALEY, GEORGE KNOWLES. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 9, 
1880. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Thomas (1828), B.D. B. Oct. 2, 
i860 at Ufford rectory, Stamford. School, Kmg's CoUege, 
London. Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 1884. Adm. at Gray's 
Inn, June 30, 1881. Called to the Bar, June 26, 1885. On 
the North-Eastern Circuit. An Examiner for the Civil 
Service Commission. Died May i, 1938, at 9, Broadwater 
Down, Tunbridge WeUs. {Peile, u. 672; Law Ltsts; Inns of 
Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, May 3, 1938.) 

PALEY, JAMES. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 28) at Magdalene, 
Dec. 1811; from Queen's College, whence he had matnc. 
Mar. 17, 1807, aged 22 {sic). [3rd] s. of the Rev. William 
1758) D.D. deceased. School, Carlisle Grammar. Matric. 
Lent, 1812; B.A. 1813. V. of Lacock, Wilts., 1814-63- Died 
Dec. 9, 1863, aged 80, at a son's residence, Burton Grange, 
York. Father of the next; brother of Edmund (1800) and 
William (1798). (Carlisle Grm. Sch. Reg.; Al. Oxon.; Clergy 
List; G. Mag., 1864, i. 128.) 

PALEY, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, May 10, 1834. 
S. of the Rev. James (above), of Lacock, Wilts. B. [1816] 
in Wilts. [School, Sherborne.] Matric. Michs. 1834; B.A. 
1838. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) June 14, 1840; priest, June 6, 
1841; C. of Lacock, Wilts., 1840-3. V. of Hook, Yorks., 
1843-59. V. of Codsall, Staffs., 1859-67. V. of Longstone, 
Derbs., 1867-72. V. of Lacock, Wilts., 1878-95. Residing 
at Bath in 1898. Married, 1843, Emily Anne, elder dau. of 
Capt. F. W. Rooke, R.N., of Lackham House, Wilts. Died 
in 1900. {Sherborne Reg.; T. A. Walker, 449.) 

PALEY, JOHN. Adm. (age 19) at Trinity Hall, 1859. [2nd] s. 
of the Rev. George Barber {1816), R. of Freckenham, Suffolk 
(and Catherine Anne, dau. of William Robertson, M.D., of 
Bath). [B. Aug. 2, 1839.] Matric. Michs. 1859. Married, 
Sept. 12, 1871, the Hon. Clara Emily Charlotte, dau. of John 
James, 2nd Lord Rayleigh. Brother of George A. (1856;; 
father of George A. (1893). (Walford, County Families.) 

PALEY, JOSHUA. Adm. pens, (age 19) at St John's, Oct. 15, 
1823. S. of John, of Preston. B. there. School, Clitheroe. 
Matric. Michs. 1824; B.A. 1828; M.A. 1832. Ord. deacon 
(Lichfield and Coventry) July 11, 1830; priest, July 10, 1831. 
P.C. of Pemberton, Lanes., 1832-49. Died at his father's 
residence at Preston, Dec. 5, 1849, aged 45. Gave an organ 
to the church at Pemberton and left £1000 for the Church 
Schools and the choir. {Clergy Lists; G. Mag., 1850, i. 221.) 

PALEY, ROBERT. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Magdalene, Oct. 17, 
1802. [4th s. of Thomas, of Langcliffe-in-Craven, Yorks. 
B. 1780.1 M.D., Glasgow. Of Bishopton Grange, near Ripon, 
Yorks. Consulting Physician to Ripon dispensary. Fellow, 
Royal Medical Chirurgical Society. Married, 1807, Mary, 
3rd dau. of WilUam Paley (1758). Father of the next and 
Thomas (1828) ; brother of Thomas (i793)- (C R. Hudleston.) 

PALEY, ROBERT CHARNLEY. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Apr. 20, 1846. S. of Dr Robert (above), of Ripon. Matric. 
Michs. 1847; B.A. 1851. Superintendent of the East Road 
(Cambridge) Sunday School for 3 years. Ord. deacon 
(Islington, by Bp. of Sierra Leone) 1852. C.M.S. Missionary 
in Sierra Leone. Married, 1852, Louisa Marianne, eldest dau. 
of Lieut.-Gen. B. W. D. Sealy, of Downend, Bristol. Died 
Apr. I, 1853, of dysentery, aged 24, at Abeokuta, W. Africa. 
His widow died on the voyage home, five weeks later. M.L 
in Christ Church, Cambridge. Brother of Thomas (1828). 
{T. A. Walker, 492; G. Mag., 1853, i. 671.) 

PALEY, THOMAS. Adm. at Christ's, Oct. 14, 1793. [Eldest s. 
of Thomas, of LangcUffe, Yorks.] Matric. Michs. 1794; 
Scholar, 1795; B..\. {^rd Wrangler) 1798; M.A. 1801. Fellow 
of Magdalene, 1801. Ord. deacon (York) 1799; pnest (Ely) 
1802; C. of Bolton, Yorks., 1799-1801. C. of Fen Drayton, 
Cambs., in 1801. C. of St Nicholas, Rochester, until 1811. 
R. of Aldrington, Sussex, 1808-11. Died Oct. 19, 1811, at 
Rochester 'in the prime of Ufe.' Brother of Robert (1802). 
{Peile, 11. 336; G. Mag., 1811, 11. 439.) 

PALEY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, July 7, 
1828. S. of Dr [Robert (1802), of Bishopton Grange], near 
Ripon. B. [May 11, 1810], at Halifax. School, Sedbergh. 
Matric. Michs. 1829; Scholar, 1829; B.A. {27ih Wrangler) 
1833; M.A. 1836; B.D. 1844. Fellow, 1835-47. Ord. deacon 
(York) 1833; priest (Canterbury, Litt. dim. from York) 
May 25, 1834. P.C. of Marton-le-Moor, Yorks., 1834-47, 
and P.C. of Dishforth, 1841-7. R. of Ufford, Northants., 
1847-81. Married, June 24, 1847, Ann Judith, dau. of 
Mr Smith Wormald, of Barton Hall, Barton-on-Humber. 
Interested in the higher education of women; 'he was the 
first father to bring a daughter to Newnham, in the early life 
of which he took a keen interest and was throughout a warm 
friend of Miss Clough's.' Resided latterly at Bournemouth. 
Died Aug. 8, 1899, at Wimbledon. Father of George K. 



Palin, Charles William 

(1880) and of Mary, wife of Professor Alfred Marshall, the 
economist; brother of Robert C. (1846). {What I remember, 
Mary Paley Marshall; Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; Eagle, xxi. 83; 
Boose, VI. 344; Crockford; Clergy List; Northants. Clergy; 
The Times, Aug. lo, 1899.) 

PALEY, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 15) at Christ's, Nov. 16, 
1758. [Only] s. of the Rev. WiUiam (1729-30), V. of Helpston, 
near Peterborough, and Head Master of Giggleswick (and 
Elizabeth Clapham, of Stackhouse). B. [July, 1743]. i" 
Northants. Bapt. Aug. 3, 1743, in Peterborough Cathedral. 
School, Giggleswick. Matric. Michs. 1759; Scholar, i759; 
B.A. {Senior Wrangler) 1763; Members' prize, 1765; M.A. 
1766; D.D. 1795. Fellow, 1766-76; Tutor, 1768; Senior 
Dean, 1775. Ord. priest (London) Dec. 21, 1767. Whitehall 
Preacher, 1771-6. R. of Musgrave, Westmorland, 1775-1805. 
V. of Dalston, 1776-93. V. of Appleby, 1777-89. Preb. of 
Carlisle, 1780-95. Archdeacon of Carlisle, 1782-1805. R. of 
Great Salkeld, Cumberland. Chancellor of CarUsle, 1782-95- 
V. of Addingham, 1792-5. V. of Stanwix, Cumberland, 
1793-5- Preb. of St Paul's Cathedral, i794- Sub-Dean of 
Lincoln, 1795-1805. R. of Bishop Wearmouth, Durham, 
1795-1805. Married (1) June 6, 1776, Jane Hewitt, dau. of 
a spirit-merchant of Carlisle, and had issue; (2) Dec. 14, i795. 
Catherine Dobinson, of Carlisle. Author, Evidences of 
Christianity (1794), which for many years formed an alter- 
native choice to Logic in the additional subjects' of the 
Previous Examination; Paley' s Ghost, an extremely con- 
densed and rhyming booklet, was apt to be relied upon by 
non-theological candidates. Also wrote the well-known 
Principles of Morals and Political Philosophy, which quickly 
became a Cambridge text-book; Horae Paulinae; Reasons 
for Contentment; Natural Theology. Died May 25, 1805, at 
Lincohi; buried in Carlisle Cathedral. M.I. Father of 
Edmund (1800), James (1811) and the next. {Peile, 11. 267; 
Northants. Clergy; G. Mag., 1805, i, 585-6 and n, 675, 
which states that he died at Sunderland; D.N.B.) 

PALEY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pembroke, Mar. 20, 
1798. Eldest s. of the Ven. William (above), D.D., R. of 
Bishop-Wearmouth, Durham. B. at Appleby, Westmorland. 
[Schools, CarUsle Grammar and Louth Grammar.] Matric. 
Michs. 1798; B.A. {yd Wrangler) 1802; M.A. 1805. Fellow. 
Members' Prize, 1804. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 11, 1802. 
Called to the Bar (no date recorded). Author, Lau' of Prin- 
cipal and Agent. Died Mar. 12, 1817, aged 37, at Pentonville. 
Brother of Edmund (1800) and James (1811). (Goulding, 
Some Louth Gr. Sch. Boys; Carlisle Gr. Sch. Reg.; Inns of 
Court; G. Mag., 1817, i. 285.) 

PALFREY, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Magdalene, 
Apr. 26, 1811. S. of William, artisan [bricklayer], of Cain- 
bridge. School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1811; B.A. 1816. 
{St Paul's Sch. Reg., which gives his age as 10 {sic) in 1810.) 

PALGRAVE, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 11, 1798. 
[3rd] s. of William, Esq. [merchant] of Great Yarmouth and 
of Coltishall, Norfolk (and Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Thir- 
kettle, of Burgh). B. [July 12, 1780], at Coltishall. Scholar, 
1798; matric. Lent, 1799; Chancellor's Classical medal, 1802; 
B.A. 1802. Registrar of the High Court of Admiralty, 
Gibraltar. Died in Gibraltar of yellow fever, Nov. 2, 1804; 
buried there. {St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 409; Palgrave Family 
Memorials, 56.) 

PALGRAVE, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age i8) at Caius, Apr. 12, 
1757. S. of Augustine (1715). gent., of Pulham, Suffolk. 
B. there. Bapt. Feb. 27, 1738, at Pulham St Mary Magdalen- 
School, Wyverstone (Mr Steggles). Scholar, 1757. 'Went to 
sea and was never heard of again.' {Venn, 11. 73; Palgrave 
Family Memorials, 59.) 

PALGRAVE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
July 17, 1753. 2nd s. of WilUam (1711), M.D., of Ipswich. 
B. there. School, Bury St Edmunds. Matric. Easter, 1754; 
Scholar; LL.B. 1760. Fellow, 1764. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
June 24, 1759. R. of Thrandeston, Suffolk, c. 1759-99 and 
R. of Palgrave, 1766-99. Friend of the poet Gray. A member 
of the Roman Club established in London by Gibbon and 
others, 1765. Died suddenly, Nov. 5, i799. aged 64, at 
Brighton; buried at Palgrave. M.I. there. WiU, 1799, 
P.C.C. {G. Mag., 1799, II- 1003; Palgrave Family Memorials; 
John Mitford, Correspondence of Gray and Mason.) 

PALIN, CHARLES WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
May 29, 1840. S. of Dr — , of Barnes, Surrey. B. there. 
Matric. Michs. 1840; B.A. 1846; M.A. 1849. Ord. deacon 
(Ely) 1846; priest, 1847; C. of Nether Dean, Beds., 1847-63. 
Kept a boarding school at Cleveland House Green, Barnes, 
1864-7. C. of Knaptoft, Leics., 1S67-70. C. of East Preston, 
Sussex, 1870-2. C. of Berrow, Somerset, 1872-4. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1880. (F. P. White.) 



Palin, William 

PALIN, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age i6, sic) at Trinity, June 28, 
1830; from St Alban Hall, Oxford, whence he had matric. 
Dec. 17, 1829, aged 27. [7th] s. of Richard, gent., of Mortlake, 
Surrey. B. [Nov. 10, 1803], at Mortlake. School, Lewes, 
Sussex. Matric. Michs. 1830; B.A. 1834; M.A. 1851. Adm. 
ad eundem at Oxford, 1861. Previously a private tutor. Ord. 
deacon (London) June 2, 1833; priest, May 25, 1834. C.-in-c. 
of Stifford, Essex, 1833-4; R- there, 1834-82. Married 
Enuly Isabella Slaughter, dau. of Stephen Long, solicitor, 
and had issue. Edited The Churchman's Magazine, 1853-7. 
Author, The Persians of Aeschylus; Stifford and its Neigh- 
bourhood Past and Present; More about Stifford and its 
Neighbourhood, 1872; History of the Church of England, 
1688-1717. Died Oct. 16, 1882. (Boase, 11. 1312; D.N.B.; 
Crockford.) 

PALIT, LOCKENDRANATH. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 8, 
1884. S. of T[araknath], Esq., of 3, Ormonde Terrace, Prim- 
rose Hill, London, N.W. School, University College School, 
London. Matric. Michs. 1884. Appointed to I.C.S., 1884. 
Assistant Magistrate and Collector in Bengal, 1886; Joint 
Magistrate and Deputy Collector, 1893; Magistrate and 
Collector, 1897. District and Sessions Judge, Bengal, 1899. 
Died before 1943. Brother of the next. (University Coll. 
Sch. Reg.; I.C.S. Lists.) 

PALIT, SATYENDRANATH. Adm. at Caios, Oct. i, 1891. 
S. of Taraknath, barrister-at-law, of Calcutta. B. there, 
Sept. 29, 1872. School, St Xavier's College [and at University 
College, London]. Matric. Michs. 1891. Entered the Indian 
Civil Service, 1893; Assistant Magistrate and Collector at 
Pumea. Died 1896, in India. Brother of the above. (Univ. 
Coll. Sch. Reg.; Venn, 11. 521.) 

PALK, HENRY LAURENCE . Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
June 12, 1838. [2nd s. of Sir Laurence Vaughan, Bart. 
"(Christ Church, Oxford, 1812), of Dunchideock, Devon.] 
B. Feb. 25, 1819. Matric. Michs. 1838. Migrated to St Mary 
Hall, Oxford, whence he matric. May 14, 1840, age 21. Ord. 
deacon (Rochester) 1844; priest (Worcester) 1845. R. of 
Dunchideock with Shillingford, and Bridford, Devon, 
1846-72. Married, Nov. 17, 1846, Isabella Mary, dau. of 
James Pitman, of Dunchideock House. Died Apr. 17, 1872. 
(Al. Oxon.) 

PALK, ROBERT JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 19, 1812. 
[2nd] s. of Sir Lawrence [2nd] Bart. (Christ Church, Oxford, 
1784), and Lady Dorothy Elizabeth Vaughan, dau. of the 
ist Earl of Lisbume. [B. May 15, 1794.] School, Eton. 
Matric. Lent, 1813; Scholar, 1813; B.A. {5th Wrangler) 1817. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, May 11, 1815; Called to the Bar, 
June 21, 1822. Counsel to Chairman of Committees in the 
House of Lords. Married, Aug. 5, 1828, Harriett, dau. of 
George Hibbert, of Portland Place, London. Died in 1878. 
Brother of Wilmot H. (1814). {Eton Sch. Lists; Inns of 
Court; F. P. White; Burke, P. and B.) 

PALK, ROBERT WILMOT HENRY MALLET. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, May 30, 1887. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Wilmot 
Henry, of St Peter's vicarage, Hammersmith, London 
[who was s. of Robert J. (above)]. B. July 4, 1868 in London. 
School, Charterhouse, Godahning. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 
1890. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, Apr. 26, 1893. On 
the Western Circuit. Died Oct. 10, 1934, aged 65. (List of 
Carthusians; Law Lists; The Times, Oct. 12, 1934.) 

PALK, WILMOT HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Oct. 25, 1814. [3rd] s. of [Sir] Lawrence [2nd Bart.]. B. in 
Devon [Oct. 24, 1796]. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1814; 
B.A. 1819. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 19, 1819; priest 
(Lincoln) 1820. R. of Ashcombe and V. of Chudleigh, Devon, 
1820-85. Died July 28, 1885. Brother of Robert J. (1812); 
gt. uncle of the above. (Crockford; Sir W. Sterry; The 
Guardian, Aug. 5, 1885.) 

PALLING, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 4, 1818. 
Of Leicestershire.. S. of John. B. at Serampore, India. 
School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 18 19. Migrated to 
Christ's, Jan. 21, 1820, aged 19; B.A. 1823. Al. Oxon. gives 
one of these names, '2nd s. of John, of Painswick, Gloucs., 
gent.,' who matric. from Queen's College, Oxford, Oct. 26, 
1820, age x8; B.A. (Oxford) 1824; M.A. (Oxford) 1827; P.C. 
of Tithby, Notts., 1827-8, and V. of Norton-Cuckney, 
1828-43; died in 1843. (Clergy List; Peile, 11. 397.) 

PALLISER, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Trinity Hall, 
Nov. 6, 1851. 4th s. of Colonel Wray (next), of Derryluskan, 
Co. Tipperary (and Anne, dau. of John Gledstanes, Esq., of 
Anne's Gift, Co. Tipperary). [B. June 18, 1830, in Dublin. 
School, Rugby.] Previously adm. at Trinity College, Dublin, 
1849. Matric. Michs. 1851. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Jan. 18, 1854. Ensign, The Rifle Brigade, 1855; Lieut., 1855; 
served in the Crimea after the fall of Sebastopol ; transferred 
to the i8th Hussars, 1858; Capt., 1859; Brigade Major, i860; 
Major, 1864. Retired, 1871. C.B., 1868. Knighted, 1873. 



Palmer, Arthur 

Lieut. -Col., 2nd Middlesex .\rtiUery Volunteers, 1875. 
Inventor of the ' Palliser shot', and of numerous innovations 
connected with projectiles. M.P. for Taunton, 1880-2. 
Married, 1868, Anne, dau. of George Perhain, and had issue. 
Died Feb. 4, 1882, in London. (Al. Dublin.; Boase, 11. 1314; 
.irmy Lists; Burke, L.G. of Ireland; Inns of Court; Return of 
M.P.s; D.N.B.) 

PALLISER, WRAY. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, Nov. 26, 
i8o6. [Eldest s. of John, Esq. (Trinity College, DubUn, 
1777), of Derryluskan, Co. Tipperary (and Grace, dau. of 
William Barton, of Grove, Co. Tipperary). B. 1789. School, 
Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 1807. Of Derryluskan, Co. Tip- 
perary and Comragh, Co. Waterford. J. P. for Waterford 
and Tipperary. Lieut. -Col., Waterford Militia Art., 1810-62. 
Married, Nov. 7, 1814, Anne, dau. of John Gledstanes, Esq., 
of Anne's Gift, Co. Tipperary. Died Nov. 11, 1862, at 
Comragh. Father of the above. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Boase, 
VI. 346; Burke, L.G. of Ireland; Walford, County Families 
(sub his son, Capt. Wray Richard Gledstanes); G. Mag., 1862, 
II. 794; D.N.B.) 

PALLISTER, ALFRED TOPPIN. Matric. from Queens', Oct. 
1884; B.A, 1887. Ord. deacon (Durham) 1888; priest 
(Newcastle-on-Tyne, for Durham) i8go; C. of Felling, 
Durham, 1888-93. C. of Delaval, Northumberland, 1893-4. 
C. of Cradley Heath, Staffs., 1895-7. Disappears from Crock- 
ford, 1898. Subsequently of the Gold Coast, West Africa. 

PALLISTER, JOHN. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899; 
M.A. 1914. Ord. deacon (Durham) 1899; priest, 1900; C. of 
St Paul's, Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, 1899-1905. C. of Holy 
Trinity, Hartlepool, 1905-6. Chaplain, Mission to Seamen 
(for the Tees), 1906-10. V. of Ab-Kettleby with Holwell, 
Leics., 1910-17. V. of Bilton-in-Ainsty with Bickerton, 
Yorks., 1917-22. Temp. Chaplain, R.N., 1918-19. V. of 
Frisby-on-Wreake, Leics., 1922-31. V. of Kirby Bellars, 
1922-31 . R. of Wickmere with Wolterton and L. Bamingham , 
Norfolk, 1931-47. R. of Great Dunham, 1948-9. Died 
July 16, 1949. (Crockford.) 

PALMER, ALBERT REYNOLDS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
Jan. 23, 1863. S. of the Rev. John Nicholas (1818) (and 
Mary, dau. of William Row Row, Esq., of Rokem Manor, 
and Staverton, Devon). B. [1844], at Ideford, Devon. School, 
Exeter. Matric. Michs. 1863; LL.B. 1867; LL.M. 1870. Adm. 
comitatis causa at Oxford, June 7, 1866. Ord. deacon 
(London) 1867; priest (Canterbury) 1868; C. of St Dunstan's- 
in-West, London, 1867-9. C. of St George's, Hanover Square, 
1869-72. C. of Cottesmore, Rutland, 1872. C. of St John's, 
Princes Road, Edinburgh, 1873-5. C. of Salcombe, Devon, 
1875-6. C. of Putney, Surrey, 1877-81. Minister of Christ 
Church, Aughton, Lanes., 1880-2. Succeeded to the Great 
Torrington, Devon, estate, on his father's death. Disappears 
from Crockford, 190 1. The fa.mily provided the only surviving 
representative of Sir Joshua Reynolds. (Walford, County 
Families.) 

PALMER, ALBERT SYDNEY MORTON. Adm. pens, (age 18) 
at Jesus, Oct. 1897. [Yst.] s. of Frederick John Morton, 
M.B. B. [Oct. II, 1878], at Camberwell, Surrey. School, 
Merchant Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 1897; Scholar; B.A. 
(Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1900; B.Chir. 1906; M.B. and 
M.A. 1908; M.D. igii. At Guy's Hospital; House Physician 
and Ophthalmic House Surgeon there. Clinical Assistant, 
Throat Hospital, Golden Square, and East London Hospital 
for Children. Assistant, Royal London Ophthalmic Hospital. 
Practised at Worthing. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Capt., R.A.M.C; ophthalmic and aural specialist, E.E.F.). 
Of 103, Marine Parade, Worthing, in 1951. Brother of 
Frederick W. M. (1896). (Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Univ. 
War List; Medical Directories.) 

PALMER, ALFRED ERNEST. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 5. 
1864. S. of Ambrose Reeve. B. Oct. 3, 1845, at Great Yar- 
mouth. School, Falkenbury (sic), Suffolk. Matric. Michs. 
1864; B.A. i868. 

PALMER, ARCHDALE STUART. Adm. at Trinity, 1878. Did 
not reside. [Eldest s. of Richard Stuart, merchant, late of 
Calcutta, India. B. there, Sept. 22, i860. School, Charter- 
house.] Adm. at King's, June 30, 1879; Exhibitioner; 
matric. Michs. 1879; Scholar, i88o; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1886. 
Employed with Messrs Crompton and Co., electrical engineers, 
at Chelmsford, 1886-9. Worked on his own account at 
Chelmsford, 1889-1901. Died Feb. 3, 193^. at Brighton; 
buried there. (Charterhouse Sch. Reg.; King's Coll. Reg.; 
Scott, MSS.; The Times, Feb. 5, 1932.) 

PALMER, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, May 19, 
1829. [Eldest] s. of Arthur, barrister, of Bristol. B. there 
[1813]. School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1829. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, June 15, 1832, 'then aged 19.' Called to the 
Bar, May 3, 1841. (Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men 
at the Bar.) 



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PALMER, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Downing, Sept. 23, 1875. 
Of 4, Trinity Street, Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 1875; 
Scholar; B.A. 1879; M.A. 1883. 

PALMER, ARTHUR FRANK. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H., 
Oct. I, 1887. B. Jan. 27, 1870. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 
1891; MA. 1944. At the Middlesex Hospital. L.S.A., 1907. 
Medical Officer and Registrar (cancer wing), Middlesex 
Hospital. House Surgeon and Resident Medical Officer, West 
Suffolk General Hospital. Clinical Assistant, Children's 
Hospital, Great Ormond Street. Of Harley Street in 1910. 
Senior Clinical Assistant, Brompton Chest Hospital. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (Temp. Lieut., R.A.M.C; Medical 
Officer in Charge of 52nd Brig., R.F.A.; Senior Medical 
Officer, 9th Div. Art.; in charge of Duke of York's Hospital, 
Dover). D.C.M.S., Ministry of Pensions. Of Kensington in 
1949. (Medical Directories.) 

PALMER, BASIL HENRY. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1900. 
2nd s. of the Rev. H. J. [Henry James] (possibly of Magdalen 
College, Oxford, 1854), of Coniston, Sidcup, Kent. B. Oct. 31, 
1881, at Northfleet, Kent. School, Felsted. Matric. Michs. 
1900; B.A. 1903; M.B. and B.Chir. 1909; M.A. 1923. At 
Guy's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1907. Clinical Assistant, 
House Physician and Outpatients Officer, Guy's Hospital. 
House Surgeon, Victoria Hospital, Folkestone. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.A.M.C; attached 40th Div.). 
Practised at Ramsgate. Physician, Ramsgate General 
Hospital. Of St Mildred's Avenue, Ramsgate, in 195 1. 
{Univ. War List; Medical Directories.) 

PALMER, CADWALLADER EDWARDS. Adm. at Caius, 
Oct. I, 1898. [Eldest] s. of Cadwallader Edwards, late of 
the Military Accounts Department, Bombay. B. [Dec. 24], 
1880, at Calcutta. Schools, Malvern College and Tonbridge. 
Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901; M.A., M.B. and B.Chir., 
1905. At St Thomas's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1904. 
Lieut., LM.S., 1905; Capt., 1908. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Major, LM.S.). Supt., Central Prison, Allahabad, 
1919. Officiating Inspector-General of Prisons, 1926. Retired, 
1937, as Colonel. Latterly of Exmouth, Devon, where he 
died Oct. 3T, 1949. {Venn, 11. 559; Army Lists; Univ. War 
List; Medical Directories; I.C.S. Lists.) 

PALMER, CECIL EDWARD. Adm. at Sidney, Oct. 1877. S. of 
Edward Cropoly, civil engineer. Public Works Department, 
India. B. Nov. 29, 1857, at Lahore. School, Rossall (Mr 
James). Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881. Assistant Master 
at Plymouth Grammar School, 1881-6. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 

. 1884; priest, 1885; C. of Harberton, Devon, 1886-8. C. of 
Prestbury, Cheshire, 1888-9. C. of Earsdon, Northumb., 
1889-91. R. of Wootton-Glanville, Dorset, i89r-i904. Sub- 
sequently of Ontario, Canada. Disappears from Crockford, 
1932. {Rossall Sch. Reg.) 

PALMER, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 14, 1868. 
Did not reside. [Perhaps the man of these names, 3rd s. of 
Sir Charles Mark, ist Bart., of Crinkle Park, Yorks., b. 
Mar. 28, 1850, who was at Harrow, 1864-8. In business in 
Newcastle. Died, s.p., Dec. 19, 1898.] {Harrow Sch. Reg.; 
Burke, P. and B.) 

PALMER CHARLES AMBROSE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 30, 1892. S. of .-Ambrose Myrie, surgeon, of Whittington 
(and Emily Louisa Cory). B. Aug. 20, 1873, at Whittington, 
near Chesterfield. School, Sedbergh (Mr H. G. Hart). Matric. 
Michs. 1892. At St Thomas's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 
1901. In practice with his father at Whittington in 1905, 
subsequently at Yeovil. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Temp. Capt., R.A.M.C). Of Far End, Lower Wraxhill Road, 
Yeovil, in 1940. {Medical Directories.) 

PALMER, CHARLES COLLEY. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 9, 1829. [2nd] s. of the Rev. Charles [Lambe] (Trinity 
College, DubUn, 1781) [V. of Carbury], of Rahan, near 
Edenderry, Co. Kildare, Ireland (and EUzabeth, dau. of 
Hamilton Lowe Lockwood, of Castle Lake, Co. Tipperary). 
B. in Ireland. Matric. Michs. 1829; B.A. 1833. Died Feb. 12, 
1838. Brother of Hamilton (1829). {Bnrke, L.G. of Ireland; 
G. Mag., 1838, I. 334.) 

PALMER, CHARLES EDGAR. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. II, 1895. S. of Edward, Esq., of 20, Schubert Road, 
Putney, London. [School, Mathematical School, Rochester.] 
Matric. Michs. 1895. Appointed to the I.C.S. , 1895. Served 
in Bombay as Assistant Collector and Magistrate, i8q6. 
Judge and Sessions Judge, 1911. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's 
Inn, June 24, 1914. Retired, Oct. 1927. Of Bideford, Devon, 
in 1948. {Law Lists; I.C.S. Lists.) 

PALMER, CHARLES EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
.\pr. 3, 1819. Of Devon. S. of [the Rev.] John (1774), of 
Torrington (and Jane). School [Blundell's], Tiverton. Matric. 
Michs. 1819; Scholar, 1820; B.A. 1823; M.A. 1826. Ord. 
deacon (Exeter) 1823; priest, 1824; C. of Wear GiSord, 



Palmer, Edward John 

Devon, 1824-57. Chaplain of Great Torrington Union, 
1857-89. Died Dec. 14, 1889, at Palmer House, Torrington. 
Brother of John N. (1818). {Blundell's Sch. Reg.; 1. A. 
Walker, 407; Crockford; The Guardian, Dec. i8, 1889.) 

PALMER, CHARLES JASPER. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. 7, 1882. [2nd] s. of the Rev. George Thomas 
(1852), R. of Newington, Surrey. B. [May i, 1863], at 
Linwood, Lines. [School, St Paul's.] Matric. Michs. 1882; 
B.A. 1885; M.A. 1894. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1886; priest, 
1887; C. of Lewisham, 1886-91. Chaplain of St Paul's 
Cathedral, Calcutta, 1891-7; at Darjeeling, 1897-1900; at 
Mhow, 1901-5; at Jubbulpore, 1906-7; at Pachmarhi, 
1907-8; at Nagpur, 1908-9. Archdeacon of Nagpur, 1907-10. 
V. of Edlesborough with Northall and Dagnall, Bucks., 
1910-15. V. of All Saints, Blackheath, 1915-25. Lived 
latterly at 122, Lee Terrace, Blackheath, where he died 
Nov. 30, 1931; buried at Hither Green. {Crockford; I.C.S. 
Lists; Who was W}io; The Times, Dec. 1, 1931.) 

PALMER, CHARLES SEYMOUR. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H., 
Oct. I, 1890. B. Oct. 2, 1870. Matric. Michs. 1890. Adm. at 
St Catharine's, Sept. 30, 1891. S. of Henry Charles (1846). 
B. at Leamington, Warws. 

PALMER, EDWARD. Adm. sizar at Queens', Jan. 14, 1826; 
a 'Ten-year man.' [Doubtless s. of the Rev. Edward 
(St John's College, Oxford, i775).] P-C of Deri tend, Bir- 
mingham, 1828-42. Disappears from Clergy List, 1843. 
Brother of WiUiam (1808). {Repton Sch. Reg.) 

PALMER, EDWARD GEOFFREY BROADLEY. Adm. pens, 
(age 18) at Magdalene, July 16, 1882. [Only] s. of Frederick, 
of Withcote Hall, Oakham, Rutland (and Mary, dau. of 
WiUiam Henry Harrison, of Conyngham Hall. Yorks.). 
[B. June 14, 1864.] School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 
1887; M.A. 1897. Succeeded his cousin as loth Bart., 1909. 
Capt., 3rd Battn., The Leicestershire Regt. (V.), 1885. High 
Sheriff of Rutland, 1910. J. P. for Leics. Married, Jan. 8; 
1891, Sibyll Carohne, dau. of Capt. WiUiam James Smith- 
Neil, R.A., of BamweU and Swindridge Muir, Ayrshire, and 
had issue. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Major, 
3rd Leicestershire Regt.). Of Withcote HaU, Oakham, 
Carlton Park, Northants., and Carlton Curheu HaU, Leics. 
Died by his own hand, May 15, 1925. {Eton Sch. Lists; 
Univ. War List; Scott, MSS.; Burke, P. and B.; Who was 
Who; The Times, May 16, 1925.) 

PALMER, EDWARD HENRY. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 9, 
1863. [Only] s. of WiUiam Henry, schoolmaster (and Mary). 
B. [Aug. 7, 1840], at Cambridge. Bapt. Sept. 6, 1840. [School, 
Perse, Cambridge, where he learnt Romany, 'vhich he 
accomplished by bribii^; tramps and tinkers with his hoarded 
pocket money to give him stray lessons.' For three years a 
dock-clerk in London, when he learnt French and ItaUan. 
Devoted to theatre-going, he then formed a lifelong friendship 
with Henry Irving. In 1859 developed tuberculosis, of which 
he is said to have been cured by a Cambridge herbahst. 
During convalescence made the acquaintance of Seyd 
AbduUah, an able Orientalist, and learnt Arabic] Matric. 
Michs. 1863; Scholar, 1865; B.A. 1867; M.A. 1870. Fellow, 
1867-82. Lord Almoner's Professor of Arabic, 1871-82. 
Adm. at the Middle Temple, June 8, 1869. Called to the Bar, 
Middle Temple, June 6, 1874. On the South Eastern Circuit. 
Catalogued the .\rabic and Persian MSS. in King's and 
Trinity Libraries, and afterwards in the University Library. 
Joined the Sinai Survey expedition in 1868, and was thus 
enabled to further his Oriental education. Married (1) 
Nov. II, 1871, Laura Hanbury, dau. of Thomas H. Davis, 
of London; (2) June 26, 1879, Augusta Margaretta EUsabeth, 
dau. of C von Langer, of Hamburg. Engaged in hterary 
work and on the staff of The Standard, 1881. Went to Egypt 
on a secret mission, 1882, after many adventures being 
treacherously shot by Arab robbers in the Wady Sudr, 
Aug. II, 1882. His remains were buried with those of his 
two companions, Capt. GiU, R.E., and Lieut. Charrington, 
R.N., in the crypt of St Paul's Cathedral, Apr. 6, 1883. 
M.I. Author, The Desert of the Exodus. His portrait in 
Eastern dress, painted by the Hon. John Collier, is at 
St John's. {Boase, 11. 1315; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Eagle, 
XIII ; D.N.B.; J. W. Clark, Old Friends, 201-81; Cambridge 
Review, iv. 108; Memoir, by Besant.) 

PALMER, EDWARD JOHN. Adm. at Corpus Christi, Michs. 
1880. Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1888. Ord. 
deacon (London) 1885; priest, 1886; C. of St Stephen's, 
Coleman Street, London, 1885-9. C. of St Mark's, Man- 
ningham, Bradford, 1889-92. C of Christ Church, Gipsy 
HiU, Surrey, 1892-5. C. of Emmanuel Church, Wimbledon, 
1895-1905. R. of Widmerpool, Notts., 1905-34. Lie. to off., 
dio. of London, 1931-42; of Southwark, 1936-51-. Of 
15, Lingfield Road, Wimbledon, in 1951. {Crockford.) 



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PALMER, EDWARD ZOUCH. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Trinity, 
July 7, 1831. [2nd] s. of William. B. in London. School, 
Ealing, Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1831; LL.B. 1838. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, Dec. 30, 1826. Called to the Bar, 
Jan. 27, 1832. (Inns of Court.) 

PALMER, EDWIN CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Downing, Oct. 1, 

1885. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888; M.B., B.Chir. and 
M.A. 1893. At St Bartholomew's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; 
L.R.C.P., 1891. Junior Resident Medical Officer, Royal Free 
Hospital, London. Practised at Lincoln. Medical Officer of 
Health, Lincoln. Surgeon-Lieut., ist Vol. Battn., Lincolnshire 
Regt. Died Oct. 21, 1899, aged 34, at Lincoln. (Medical 
Directories; The Times, Oct. 24, 1899.) 

PALMER, EDWIN VIDAL. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, Oct. 
1888. S. of Joseph. B. at Christchurch, New Zealand. 
School, Christ's College, N.Z. (Mr C. Corfe). Matric. Michs. 
1888; B.A. 1891. A farmer at Bumham, Canterbury, New 
Zealand. (F. Brittain.) 

PALMER, ELLIS. Adia. pens, at St Catharine's, May 27, 1845. 
[2nd] s. of Ellis. B. at Old Buckenham, Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 
1845. Adm. sizar at Queens', Jan. 3, 1848. 'Plus annos 
24 natus.' A 'Ten-year man.' C. of the Floating Chapel, 
Worcester, 1849-58. C. of Bloxwich, Stafis., 1859-60. 
Chaplain to the Mission to Seamen, at Swansea, 1861-4. 
Minister of the Brill Mission Chapel, St Pancras, London, 
1865-7. V. of Wellington, Salop, 1868-75. Died May 16, 
1875, aged 62. (J. B. Whitmore; Crockford). 

PALMER, ERNEST AlFRED. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 14, 

1886. S. of William John, of 9, Albany Place, Plymouth. 
B. Sept. 10, 1867, at Woolwich, Kent. School, Plymouth. 
Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1890. Of 52, Westboume Road, 
Forest Hills, Massachusetts. Died June 4, 1932, in Boston, 
Mass.; buried there. (The Times, June 15, 1932.) 

PALMER, FIELDING. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Apr. 6, 
1835. S. of Edward Fielding. B. at ColeshLU, Warws. School, 
private. Matric. Michs. 1835; Scholar, 1838; B.A. (39*^ 
Wrangler) 1839; M..\. 1842. Ord. deacon (Gloucester and 
Bristol) 1841; priest, 1842; C. of St John's, Cheltenham, 
1841-5. Chaplain of Trinity College, 1844-9. V. of Fel- 
mersharn, Beds., 1846-67. C. of Tidenham, Gloucs., 1867-89. 
J. P. for Gloucs. Married, Oct. 14, 1846, Frances Emily, only 
dau. of Capt. John Campbell, of Cheltenham. Resided 
latterly at Chepstow, where he died Apr. 16, 1897, aged 80. 
(Adm. to Trin. add. et err. ; Crockford (Feilding) ; The Patrician, 
II. 291 ; The Times, Apr. 19, 1897.) 

PALMER, The Rev. FRANCIS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity 
Hall, June 29, 1804; from Magdalen Hall, Oxford, whence 
he had matric. Dec. 12, 1799, aged 23. Of Ilton, Somerset. 
S. of the Rev. William, of Kilmington, Somerset. Matric. 
Easter, 1805; LL.B. 1806. R. of Combepyne, Devon, 1805. 
R. of Alcester, Warws., 1807-42. Died Dec. i, 1842. (Al. 
Oxon.; Clergy List.) 

PALMER, FRANCIS BENNINGTON. Adm. pens, at Downing, 
Sept. 30, 1875. Of 34, New Square, Cambridge. Matric 
Michs. 1875; Scholar; B.A. 1879; M.A. 1883. Assistant 
Master at Plymouth College until 1918. (Schoolmasters' 
Directories.) 

PALMER, FREDERICK CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 15, 1884. [2nd] s. of Major Herrick Augustus, Adjutant 
(Militia), retired, of Glamorgan (and Dorothy Susan, dau. 
of Sir Arthur Grey Hazlerigg, 12th Bart.). B. Nov. 21, 1866, 
at Llandaff. School, Hereford (E. J. S. Rudd and F. H. 
Tatham). Matric. Michs. 1884. Capt., ist (Garrison Battn.), 
the Manchester Regt.; Major, 6th Battn., the Manchester 
Regt. Married, Sept. 15, 1897, Eleanor Annie, dau. of Henry 
Wilson Sharpin, F.R.C.S., of Brighton, and had issue. Died 
Dec. 16, 1930, at Bowdon. Brother of Heyrick A. (1883). 
(Eagle, XLvii. 34; Burke, P. and B.; Fox-Davies, Armorial 
Families; The Times, Dec. 18, 1930.) 

PALMER, FREDERICK FISH BUCKLE. Adm. pens, at Trinity 
Hall, June 11, 1866. S. of the Rev. H., of Chalfont St Giles, 
Slough. [B. Sept. 13, 1847. School, Marlborough College.] 
Matric. Michs. 1866. Of Chalfont St Giles, Bucks. Died 
Mar. 19, 1879, at Brighton. (Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Scott 
MSS.) 

PALMER, FREDERICK WILLIAM MORTON. Adm. pens, 
(age 19) at Jesus, Oct. 1896. [Eldest] s. of Frederick John 
Morton, M.B. B. [June 5, 1877], at 'Benhilton,' Sutton, 
Surrey. School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric. Michs. i8g6; 
Scholar; B.A. (^yth Wrangler) 1899; M.B. and B.Chir. 1905; 
M.A. 1906; M.D. 1909. At Guy's Hospital; House Physician, 
Ophthalmic House Surgeon and CUnical Assistant there. 
Practised at Teignmouth, Devon. Ophthalmic Surgeon and 
Hon. Medical Officer, Teignmouth Hospital. Served in the 



Palmer, Harry Whilton 

Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.A.M.C). Of Totnes, Devon, 

in 195 1. Brother of Albert S. M. (1897). (Merchant 'laylors' 
Sch. Reg.; Medical Directories; Univ. War List.) 

PALMER, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Jesus, June 22, 1800. Of 
Sussex. Matric. Lent, 1801; Scholar, 1802; B.A. 1804; M.A. 
1808. Fellow, 1809-23. Junior Proctor, 1813. R. of Harlton, 
Cambs., 1822. V. of Lyminster, Sussex, 1823. R. of Sul- 
lington, 1824-59, and R. of Parham, 1815-59. Married 
Charlotte Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Bonnor, of Lindsay 
House, Chelsea. Died Feb. 6, 1859, aged 77, at Sullington 
rectory. Fatherof Henry (1854). (Clergy List; Cant. Aa Book; 
G. Mag., 1859, I. 327.) 

PALMER, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, May 29, 
1833. Matric. Michs. 1833; B.A. 1837; M.A. 1841. P.C. of 
BolUngton, Cheshire, 1839-52. Died there, 'lately' in Apr. 
1852. (Clergy List; G. Mag., 1852, i. 422.) 

PALMER, GEORGE HERBERT. Adm. sizar at Trinity, 
Sept. 27, 1865. [Eldest] s. of Jonathan [master-printer], of 
10, Maid's Causeway, Cambridge. B. [Aug. 9], 1846, at 
Cambridge. School, New College, Bamsbury Park, London. 
Matric. Michs. 1865; B.A. 1869. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1869; 
priest, 1871; C. of St Margaret's, Toxteth Park, Liverpool, 
1869-76. C. of St Barnabas, Pimlico, London, 1876-83. 
Co-operated in the foundation of the Plainsong and Medieval 
Music Society, 1888; did valuable work in the training of 
English rehgious communities in the liturgical music of the 
Church. Mus. Doc. conferred on him by the Archbishop of 
Canterbury, 19 17. Author, 2 he Antiphoner and Grail; 
Harmonies to the Office Hymn Book; The Sarum Psalter; 
Sarum Vespers; Anliphons to Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis; 
The Diurnal. Resided latterly at 37, Iffley Road, Oxford. 
Died June 20, 1926. (Crockford; Who was Who; D.N.B.) 

PALMER, GEORGE JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 24, 
1843. [3rd s. of Sir John Henry, 7th Bart. (Magdalen College, 
Oxford (1795)), of Carlton Park, Northants. (and Mary 
Grace, dau. of Lewis Thomas, 2nd Lord Sondes). B. Sept. 10, 
1823. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1843; B.A. 1847; M.A. 
1850. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 16, 1846. Called to 
the Bar, June 13, 1851. Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer. 
Died, unmarried, Oct. 22, 1904. (Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, 
P. and B.; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

PALMER, GEORGE THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
June 21, 1852. S. of John, Lieut. [43rd Regt.], deceased. 
[B. Mar. 12, 1836. School, Bath.] Matric. Michs. 1852; B.A. 
1856; M.A. i860. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 1857; priest 
(Oxford) 1858. A Chaplain in India, 1860-1. R. of Linwood, 
Lines., 1861-9. V. of St James's, Notting Hill, 1869-75. 
R. and R.D. of Newington, 1875-1908. Hon. Canon of 
Rochester, 1890-1908. Married (i), 1857, Anna Frances, 
3rd dau. of Brigadier James Blair, H.E.I.C.S.; (2) 1901, 
Selina M., dau. of Rev. J. Cave-Brown. Died Dec. 7, 1908, 
aged 74. Brother of John E. (1854); father of Charles J. 
(1882). (Crockford; Ecclesiastical Gazette, Oct. 13, 1857; 
Who was Who; The Times, Dec. 9, 1908; T. A. Walker, 503). 

PALMER, GEORGE WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 6, 
1888. S. of George, of 3, Priory Street, Dover. B. [Oct. 7], 
1869, at Dover. School, Dover College. Matric. Michs. 1888; 
Scholar, 1889; B.A. 1893; M.A. 1899. Assistant Master at 
the Royal Naval School, Eltham, 1893-6; at Clifton College, 
1897-1911. Senior Mathematical Master, and Master of the 
Royal Mathematical School, Christ's Hospital, 1911-19. 
Died Oct. 5, 1919, at Christ's Hospital. (Dover Coll. Reg.; 
Scott, MSS., which calls his father 'Sacre'; Schoolmasters' 
Directories; The Times, Oct. 8, 19 19.) 

PALMER, GILLIES PAYNE. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Apr. 2, 
1810. Eldest s. of the Rev. Robert, of Grantham. B. there, 
May 24, 1792. School, Grantham (Mr Hall). Matric. Michs. 
1810; B.A. 1814. 

PALMER, GUY KERRISON. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. i, 1881. 
S. of Frederic, Esq. Matric. Michs. 1881. Afterwards lived 
in AustraUa. (F. Brittain.) 

PALMER, HAMILTON. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 9, 1829. 
[Eldest] s. of the Rev. Charles [Lambe] (Trinity College, 
Dublin, 1781) [V. of Carbury], of Rahan, near Edenderry, 
Co. Kildare, Ireland (and Elizabeth, dau. of Hamilton Lowe 
Lockwood, of Castle Lake, Co. Tipperary). B. in Ireland. 
Matric. Michs. 1829; B..^. 1833. 'Died young.' Brother of 
Charles C. (1829). (Burke, L.G. of Ireland, which calls him 
Hamilton Wilham.) 

PALMER, HARRY. Matric. Non-Coil., Michs. 1892; B.A. 1896; 
M.A. 1903. Assistant Master at Latymer Upper School, 
King Street, Hammersmith, in 1903. (Schoolmasters' Dired.) 

PALMER, HARRY WHILTON. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Sept. 18, 1885. S. of Charles John. B. at Boston, Lines. 
Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888. 



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PALMER, HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. i6, 1799. 
Of Northamptonshire. [3rd s. of Sir John (1752), 5th Bart., 
of Carlton (and Charlotte, dau. of Sir Henry Gough, ist Bart., 
of Edgbaston, Wanvs.). B. Jan. 4, 1780.] School, Carlton 
(the Rector). Matric. Michs. 1S02; B.A. 1804; M.A. 1807. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) June 10, 1804; C. of Withcote with 
Ouston, Leics., 1804. Does not appear to have held any 
benefice. Married, June 27, 1816, EUzabeth, dau. of the 
Rev. Samuel Heyrick (1780), R. of Brampton, Northants., 
and had issue. Author, Essays on Value; Thoughts on the 
Roman Catholic Question; Letters on the Slave Trade. Died 
Aug. 14, 1856, at Withcote Hall, Leics. Brother of Thomas 
(1789). {St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 409; Burke, P. and B.; 
G. Mag., 1856, n. 390.) 

PALMER, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 5, 1831. 
Matric. Michs. 1831; B.A. 1835; M.A. 1847. C. of Bishop's 
Cleeve, Gloucs., 1846-56. Died in 1873. {Petle, u. 440, which 
confuses his benefice with that of an Oxford namesake, and 
states in error that he was s. of the Rev. Henry, of Christ 
Church, Oxford, 1814; Clergy List.) 

PALMER, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Apr. 4, 
1854. S. of the Rev. George (1800), R. of SuUington, Sussex 
(and Charlotte EUzabeth, dau. of Thomas Bonnor). B. 
[Sept. 6, 1835], at SuUington. School, Marlborough College. 
Matric. Michs. 1854; B.A. 1858; M.A. 1861. Ord. deacon 
(Ely) 1858; priest (Chichester) 1859; C. of All Samts, with 
St John, Huntingdon, 1858-9. R. (and patron) of SuUington 
and Parham, Sussex (succeeding his father), 1859-1928. 
They thus held the Uving of SuUington for 103 years. R.D. 
of Storrington, 1903-20. Canon and Preb. of Chichester 
Cathedral, 1909-31. Married, 1870, Clara Jane, dau. of 
Thomas Powney Marten, Esq. Died, aged 95, Aug. 29, 1931, 
at Hoy, SuUington. Father of Henry G. (1890). (Burke, 
L.G.; Walford, County Families; Crockford; Who was Who; 
The Times, Sept. i, 1931; Marlborough Coll. Reg.) 

PALMER, HENRY CAREW. Adm. pens, at Sidney, June 28, 
1852. Yr. s. of Octavius, surgeon, of Devon, deceased. B. 
Apr.'2i, 1834, at Caen, France. Schools, Exeter (Dr Mills), 
Uficuhne (Mr Jones) and BlundeU's, Tiverton. Matric. Michs. 
1852- B.A. 1856; M.A. 1859. Fellow. Ord. deacon (Salisbury) 
1857- priest, 1858; C. of Wootton Bassett, Wilts., 1857-63. 
V. of Bowden HiU, 1863-80. C. of Bradenham, Bucks., 
1882-9. V. of Filkins, Oxon., 1889-93. Lie. pr., dio. of 
Salisbury, 1900-5. Resided subsequently at Bournemouth, 
where he died Mar. 17, 1918. (BlundeU's Sch. Reg.; Crockford; 
The Times, Mar. 19, 1918.) 

PALMER, HENRY CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Magdalene, 
May 4, 1846. S. of [the Rev.] Charles (Christ Church, Oxford, 
i8oi) [R.] of Lighthorne, nr Stratford-on-Avon (and Lady 
Charlotte, dau. of Heneage, 4th Earl of Aylesford). [B. 
Aug. 14, 1826. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1846. Capt., 
ist Warwicks. Militia. Married, 1865, Frances, eldest dau. 
of the Rev. James Hughes Hallett, of Higham, Kent. 
Father of Charles S. (1890). {Eton Sch. Lists; Walford, 
County Families.) 

PALMER, HENRY GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 17, 

1890. S. of the Rev. Henry (1854), of SuUington rectory, 
Sussex. B. there, Dec. 30, 1871. School, Marlborough 
CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1890. Became a Non-CoU. Student, 

1891. At the Royal School of Mines; A.R.S.M. A Mining 
Engineer, 1891-4. {Reg. of Royal School of Mines; Marl- 
borough Coll. Reg.) 

PALMER, HENRY JOHN. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 1881. 
[B. 1861. School, private.] Matric. Michs. i88i; B.A. 1884; 
M.A. 18S8. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1884; priest, 1886; 
C. of St Mark's, Portsea, Hants., 18S4-7. C. of St Matthew's, 
Marylebone, 1887-90. P.C. of Middleton, Westmorland, 
1891-4. V. of Christ Church, Cockermouth, Cumberland, 
1894-9. R. of Keighley, Yorks., 1899-1909. Hon. Canon of 
Ripon, 1907-9. V. of Cowbit, Lines., 1909-17. Resided 
latterly at Worthing, where he died May 24, 1936, aged 74- 
{Crockford; Who was Who; The Times, May 25, 1936.) 

PALMER, HENRY NORTON. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Sept. 18, 1863; from Wadham CoUege, Oxford, whence he 
had matric. Nov. 27, 1861, age 18. Only s. of Henry Norton, 
of Old Buckenham, NorfoUi. Matric. Lent, 1864; B.A. 1866. 
(Al. Oxon.) 

PALMER, HERBERT RICHMOND. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1896. S. of Robert, Esq., of The Bank House, Kirkby- 
Lonsdale. [B. Apr. 20, 1877-] School, Oundle. Matric. Michs. 
1896; B.A. 1899; LL.B. 1900; M.A. 19 10. Football (rugby) 
'blue,' 1899. CaUed to the Bar, Middle Temple, June 15, 
1904.' Mining in San Francisco in 1903. Assistant Resident, 
Nigeria, 1904; Commissioner, Native Reserve, N. Nigeria, 
1911; Supervisor, Native Reserve, Nigeria, 1914; Acting 
Resident, Kano Province, 1915-16; Resident, Bomu Pro- 
vince, 1917; Lieut. -Governor, Northern Provinces of Nigeria, 
1925--30. Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Gambia, 



Palmer, John 

1930-3; Governor and Commander-in-Chief of C5^rus, 
1933-9- C.M.G., 1922; C.B.E., 1924; K.C.M.G., 1933. 
Author, Monographs on the History of Northern Nigeria; 2'he 
Bomu Sahara and Sudan. Of Preston, Lanes., in 1951. {Book 
of Blues; Law Lists; Burke, P. and B.\ Who's Who.) 

PALMER, HEYRICK ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1883. [Eldest] s. of [Major] Herrick Augustus (and 
Dorothy Susan, dau. of Sir Arthur Grey Hazlerigg, 12th 
Bart.). B. [May 23, 1864], at Preswyl, Glam. School, 
Hereford Cathedral (Mr Tatham). Matric. Michs. 1883. Of 
Manchester Street, Manchester Square, London, W. Died 
July 25, 1937, at St Leonards-on-Sea; buried at Carlton 
CurUeu, Leics. Brother of Frederick C. (1884). (Burke, 
P. and B.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The Times, 
July 27, 1937.) 

PALMER, HUGH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 26, 1752. S. of 
Thomas, of Brampton, Hunts. School, Bishop's Stortford, 
Herts. Matric. Michs. 1752; Scholar, 1753; B.A. 1756; M.A. 
1764. R. of Kettlethorpe, Lines., 1779-99, '"id V. of Upton, 
1783-99. Married Mary — , and had issue. Died Dec. 6, 
1799, aged 66; buried at Kettlethorpe. M.I. there. Father of 
Robert N. (1783). (Monson, Lines. Church Notes; G. Mag., 
1799, II. 1092.) 

PALMER, JAMES [FISH]. Adm. (age 17) at King's, a scholar 
from Eton, Aug. 21, 1754. B. at East Bamet, Herts. [S. of 
Henry Fish (who had assumed the name of Palmer, on 
succeeding his cousin Charles Palmer whose mother was 
Maria Fish). Bapt. Dec. 17, 1735, at East Bamet. School, 
Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1754; B.A. 1759; M.A. 1762. FeUow, 
1757-63. Ord. priest. Mar. 1760. Private tutor to Lord Roos, 
later the 4th Duke of Rutland. R. of Borough Green, Cambs., 
1760-1806. Visitation of 1779, ' Our rector the rev. Air Palmer 
is unhappily insane.' R. of Lydgate, Suffolk, 1765. Brother 
of Thomas F. (1765) and of Charles F. (1747). {Eton Coll. 
Reg.; Norplants Clergy, x. 153; W. M. Palmer, History of 
Borough Green, 135; Cant. Act Book; Notes and Queries, clx. 
399; C. R. Hudleston.) 

PALMER, JOHN. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 18) at Emmanuel, 
Nov. 7, 1752. S. of Sir Thomas (1718) [4th] Bart, (and 
Jemima, dau. of Sir John Harpur, 4th Bart.). Bapt. Feb. 20, 
1734-5, at Carlton, Northants. School, Leicester (Mr An- 
drews). Matric. Michs. 1752. Succeeded his father as 5th 
Bart., June 14, 1765. Of Carlton Park, Northants. M.P. for 
Leics. (in three Parliaments) 1765-80; for Bath, 1801-7. 
Married, July 23, 1768, Charlotte, dau. of Sir Henry Gough, 
ist Bart. Gave £50 to the rebuilding after the College fire 
in 1811. Died Feb. 11, 1817; buried at Carlton. Father of 
Thomas (1789) and Henry (i799)- {G.E.C.; Return of M.P.s.) 

PALMER, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 21, 1774. Of 
Lincolnshire. S. of the Rev. Dr [Richard] (1732), Preb. of 
Canterbury. Matric. Michs. 1774; Scholar, 1774; B.A. 1778; 
M.A. 1783. Ord. deacon (Lichfield, Litt. dim. from Canter- 
bury) Feb. 24, 1781; priest (Norwich, Litt. dim. from 
Canterbury) Mar. 11, 1781. [Perhaps R. of Adisham (with 
Chapeh-y of Staple), Kent, 1781-1818.] R. of Clannaborough, 
Devon, 1807-27. Died in 1827, at Great Torrington, aged 74. 
Doubtless brother of Richard (1781); father of Charles E. 
(1819), and of John N. (1818). (G. Mag., 1827, i. 376, which 
erroneously gives him of 'St John's CoUege, Oxford'; Canter- 
bury Act Bk., which records the R. of Adisham as 'dead' in 
1818.) 

PALMER, JOHN. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 24) at Peterhouse, 
Dec. 14, 1782. Of Derbyshire. Matric. Michs. 1783; B.A. 
1787. 

PALMER, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Dec. 31, 1787. Of 
Cumberland. [S. of John, of Whitehaven. B. June 12, 1769.] 
Matric. Michs. 1788; Scholar, 1788; B.A. {Senior Wrangler 
and ist Smith's prize) 1792; M.A. 1795; B.D. 1802. FeUow, 
1794-1840; Senior Bursar, 1813-14. President, 1815-19. 
Sir Thomas Adam's Professor of Arabic, 1804-19. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) May 26, 1792; priest. May 22, 1796; C. of 
Brinkley, Cambs., 1793. TraveUed extensively, and wrote 
diaries of his journeys which are in the CoUege library. 
Mentioned by Dorothy Wordsworth who travelled in a coach 
with him from Leicester to Cambridge in i8io. Died Apr. 9, 
1840, in his College rooms, and buried in the (old) ante-chapel. 
Left £1000 to the University to increase the stipend of the 
Professor of Arabic, and some Turkish MSS.; to the CoUege 
he bequeathed £iooo and a number of Oriental books. 
{St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 409; G. Mag., 1840, 11. 102; E. de 
SeUncourt, Dorothy Wordsworth, 261.) 

PALMER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, June 30, 
1791. S. of John, of Bath. [B. Sept. 13, I773-] School, 
Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1791; B.A. 1795; M.A. 1798. 
Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 18, 1798. Preb. of Lincoln, 1807. 
V. of South Benfleet, Essex, 1811-17. R. of Peldon, 1817-51. 
Died May 17, 1851. {Clergy List; G. Mag., 1851, 11. 97; 
R. L. Arrowsmith.) 



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PALMER, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 31, 1823. Yst. s. 
of — , market-overseer, of Coleshill, Warws. B. there. Matric. 
Michs. 1823. Kept three terms. 

PALMER, JOHN EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Trinity 
Hall, Mar. 9, 1854. Eldest s. of John, Lieut., 43rd Regt., 
deceased. [B. Apr. 11, 1832.] Matric. Michs. 1854 (Civil Law 
Classics, ist Class, 1856-7). Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Nov. 13, 1851. Called to the Bar, May i, 1854. On the South 
Eastern Circuit. Special Pleader. Brother of George T. 
(1852). {Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

PALMER, JOHN NICHOLAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
Mar. 31, 1818. Eldest s. of the Rev. John (1774). R- ol 
Clannaborough, Devon (and Jane). B. at Great Torrington. 
Matric. Michs. 1818; .Scholar; B.A. 1822; M.A. 1826. Ord. 
deacon (Chester) 1822; priest, 1823. C. of Upper Seymour 
Street, London, 1841. C. of Ideford, Devon, 1841-3. Of 
Great Torrington, Devon, 1846-62. Married Mary, dau. of 
WilUam Row Row, of Rokem Manor and Staverton, Devon. 
Disappears from Clergy List, 1863. Father of Albert R. 
(1863); brother of Charles E. (18 19). 

PALMER, JOHN THOMAS EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, Aug. ii, igoo. S. of John, schoolmaster, of Ludlow, 
Salop (and Margaret Halford). B. July 27, 1881, at Wrock- 
wardine. School, Ludlow Grammar (Mr H. Hastings). 
Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903. 

PALMER, JOSEPH BLADES. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, 
Mar. 3, 1830. S. of Benjamin [upholsterer, of 175, Piccadilly]. 
B. in London. School, St Paul's, London. Matric. Michs. 
1830; B.A. 1834; M.A. 1839. C. of Brathay, Westmorland, 
1836-41. C. of Holy Trinity, Ely, Cambs., 1841-3. Died 
Apr. 28, 1843, at Ventnor, Isle of Wight. (St Paul's Sch. 
Reg.; Clergy List; G. Mag., 1843, i. 664.) 

PALMER, JOSEPH JOHN BEAUCHAMP. Adm. sizar at St 
John's, May 4, 1885. S. of the Rev. Joseph [London 
Univ.] (and Elizabeth Harriet Wood Beauchamp). B. Feb. 10, 
1866, at Wells, Somerset. School, Wells (the Rev. J. 
Palmer). Matric. Michs. 1885; Scholar, 1888; B.A. [loth 
Wrangler) 1888; M.A. 1903. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1889; priest, 
1890; C. of Homingsey, Cambs., 1889-91. Lecturer and 
Assistant Tutor at Ayerst Hostel, Cambridge, 1889-91. 
C.M.S. Missionary, dio. of Travancore, 1891-1921. Theo- 
logical Lecturer and Dean, London College of Divinity, 
1902-3. Principal of Cambridge Nicholson Inst., Kottayam, 
1894-1919. Archdeacon of Kottayam, 1902-21. V. of 
Mudford, Somerset, 1921-42. Died Feb. i6, 1942. {Crock- 
ford; The Times, Feb. 24, 1942.) 

PALMER, LEWIS. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1879. [4th] s. of 
George, Esq., M.P. [biscuit-manufacturer], of Reading (and 
of Marlston House, near Newbury) (for whom see D.N.B.) 
(and Elizabeth Sarah, dau. of Robert Meteyard). [B. i860.] 
Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1906. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Nov. 13, 1880. Called to the Bar, Apr. 29, 
1885. Of Hartfield House, Hartfield, Sussex. Married, 1886, 
Emily, widow of B. Foster, C.E., and had issue. Died Apr. 15, 
1908. (Burke, P. and B.; Law Lists; Inns of Court.) 

PALMER, MONTAGUE HUMPHREY COURTENAY. Matric. 
Non-CoU., Michs. 1887. Migrated to Queens', Easter, 1888. 
S. of Montagu Henry Campbell [doctor]. B. Sept. 13, 1871, 
at Newbury, Berks. At the London Hospital. M.R.C.S.; 
L.R.C.P., 1894; L.S.A., 1894. Practised at Newbury from 
1900. Of The Manor House, Newbury. {Medical Directories.) 

PALMER, NORMAN ST CLAIR. Adm. at Clare, July 9, 1900. 
School, Seafield Park College. Matric. Michs. 1900. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut., Hertfordshire Regt.; 
Capt., N. Staffs. Regt.; wounded; prisoner of war). {Univ. 
War List.) 

PALMER, PHILIP. Adm. pens, (age 25) at Trinity, July 8, 
1824. S. of Jonathan. B. at Landrake, Cornwall. School, 
Liskeard, Cornwall. Matric. Michs. 1824; B.A. 1828; M.A. 
1833. Minister of Trinity Church, Hobart, Tasmania, 
-1846-53. Disappears from Clergy List in 1854. 

PALMER, PHILIP HALL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
Mar. 16, 1820. S. of Philip, Esq. B. at East Bridgford, Notts. 
School, private. Matric. Michs. 1820; B.A. 1824; M.A. 1828. 
Ord. deacon (Hereford) 1826; priest, 1827; C. of Hope- 
Bowdler, Salop, 1826-8. C. of Kneeton, Notts., 1829-36. 
V. of Granby, 1836-44. V. of Hose, Leics., 1837-44. R. of 
Woolsthorpe, Lines., 1844-78. Disappears from Crockfnrd, 
1879. (Thoroton Soc. Record, Ser. xi. 61.) 



Palmer, Robert Nelthorpe 

PALMER, REGINALD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, July 5, 
1898. Of Somerset. [Yst.] s. of John, of Helton Grange, 
Holford Road, Hampstead. B. Nov. 14, 1878. [Schools, 
Fettes College, Edinburgh, and Blundell's, Tiverton; and at 
the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth.] Matric. 
Michs. 1898. Lieut., R. Irish Regt. Served in the S. African 
War, igoo-2. Ord. deacon (Bloemfontein) 1903; priest, 
1904; C. of St Cyprian's, Kimberley, 1903-5. C. of All 
Saints, High Wycombe, Bucks., 1905-7. R. of Bradenham, 
1907-9. V. of The Lee, 1909-14. R. of Princes Risborough, 
1914-18. Served in the Great War, 1914-19, as C.F. (twice 
mentioned in despatches ; M.C., 1916; D.S.O., 1917; Assistant 
Chaplain-General, 1918). C. of St Martin's-in-the-Fields, 
1920-3. Member of mission of help to India, 1922-3. Arch- 
deacon of Egypt and Chaplain and Sub-Dean of All Saints 
I'ro-Cathedral, Cairo, J923-5. Died Sept. 22, 1945, at Mont 
Millais, St HeUer, Channel Isles. {Fettes Coll. Reg.; Blundell's 
Sch. Reg.; The V.C. and D.S.O.; Crockford; The Times, 
Sept. 25, 1945; Matrics. and Degrees, 1851-1900, erroneously 
gives his College as Trinity.) 

PALMER, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, 
June 30, 1760. S. of the Rev. Thomas, of Hereford. School, 
Hereford. Matric. Michs. 1760; Scholar; B.A. 1765. Ord. 
deacon (Hereford) Sept. 21, 1766; priest, June 29, 1768; 
C. of Aylton, Heref., 1766-8. C. of Eye, 1768. V. ofWigmore, 
1774-90. {St John's Coll. Adm., iii. 669.) 

PALMER, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 3, 1781. 
Of Lincolnshire. [Doubtless s. of the Rev. Dr Richard (1732).] 
Matric. Michs. 1781; Scholar, 1781; B.A. 1785; M.A. 1788. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 24, 1786; priest (London, Litt. 
dim. from Lincoln) Mar. 8, 1789; C. of Great Willoughby, 
Lines., 1786. Died at Grantham, Feb. 20, 1808. His widow 
died in 1852. Doubtless brother of John (i774)- {St John's 
Coll. Adm., IV. 411; G. Mag., 1808, i. 273.) 

PALMER, RICHARD. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at Trinity, 
May 13, 1782. [Only] s. of Robert, of [Great Russell Street], 
London (by his 2nd wife, Charlotte Wakelin). School, West- 
minster. Matric. Michs. 1782; B.A. 1786; M.A. 1789. Adm. 
at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 15, 1782. Of Hohne Park, Sonning, 
Berks. Married, 1791, Jane, eldest dau. of Oldfield Bowles, 
of North Aston, Oxon. Latterly of Holme Park, Berks. Died 
July 29, 1806, in New Norfolk Street, Marylebone, London. 
Father of Robert (next). {Record of Old Westminsters; Inns 
ofCouH; Burke, L.G.; G. Mag., 1806, n. 780.) 

PALMER, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 7, 1810. 
[Eldest s. of Richard (above), of Sonning, Berks, (and Jane, 
eldest dau. of Oldfield Bowles, of North Aston, Oxon.). 

B. Jan. 31, 1793. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1810. Of 
Holme Park, Sonning, Berks. J. P. and D.L. for Berks.; 
High Sheriff, 1818. Chairman of Quarter Sessions. M.P. for 
Berks., 1825-49. Died, unmarried, at Holme Park, Nov. 24, 
1872; buried in Sonning churchyard. {Boase, 11. 1321 ; Burke, 
L.G.\ Walford, County Families; Return of M.P. s; Eton Sch. 
Reg.; W. R. WiUiams, MSS.) 

PALMER, ROBERT. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 1895. S. of 
David. B. Jan. 13, 1872, at Cambridge. [School, St Mark's 
College, Chelsea.] Migrated to St Catharine's, Oct. 11, 1807; 
B.A. 1898; M.A. 1903. Assistant Master at Latymer Upper 
School, Hammersmith in 1903. Ord. deacon (London) 1906; 
priest, 1908; C. of St Mary's, Acton, Middlesex, 1906-9. 

C. of St James, Gunnersbury, 1910-13. C. of St Michael's, 
Sutton Court, Chiswick, 1914-18. Assistant Master and 
Assistant Chaplain, Latymer Foundation School, Hammer- 
smith, 1912-36. Perm, to off. at Christ Church, Tumham 
Green, 1919-30; dio. of London, 1930-1; dio. of Southwark, 
1943-1951-. Latterly of 31, Park Road, Chiswick. (School- 
masters' Directories; Crockford.) 

PALMER, ROBERT CECIL. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1889. S. of the Rev. Robert (C.M.S. Coll., Islington), 
of Uttoxeter, Staffs. B. Apr. 20, 1871, at Ningpo, China. 
School, Trent College. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892; M.A. 
1910. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1894; priest, 1S96; C. of 
Christ Church, Ramsgate, 1894-6. Assistant Chaplain, 
Mission to Seamen (for the Tyne), 1896-9; for the Hartle- 
pools, 1899-1900. C. of St Thomas, Blackburn, 1900-1. V. of 
Wigston Magna, Leics., 1901-12. Disappears from Crockford, 
I9I.S- 

PALMER, ROBERT NELTHORPE. Adm. sizar (age 18) at 
Trinity, Oct. 20, 1783- S. of the Rev. Hugh (1752), of 
Brampton, Hunts. School, Lincoln. Matric. Michs. 1784; 
B.A. 1788; M.A. 1791. V. of Redboume, Lines., 1795-1821. 
Died Nov. 24, 1821, aged 56; buried at Redbourne. M.I. 
there. (Monson, Lines. Church Notes.) 



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PALMER, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. i, 
1874. Of Cambridgeshire. S. of J. L., of 4, Tnmty Street, 
Cambridge. B. there, Dec. 15, i854- School, Perse, Cam- 
bridge. Matric. Michs. 1874; Scholar, 1875; B.A. 1878; M..-^. 
1883. Athletics 'blue' (100 yards) 1877; (hurdles) 1878. 
Assistant Master at Nottingham High School; at St Bees 
Grammar School, i88i-<)7. Head Master of Fumess CoUege, 
1898-1903. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 1902; pnest, 1903; 
C. of Poulton-le-Sands, Lanes., 1902-4. Lie. pr., dio. of 
Manchester, 1904-5. C. of St Oswald's, Chester, 1905-6. C. of 
Wallasey, Cheshire, 1906-12. V. of Hargrave with Huxley, 
1912-36. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Chaplain, 
R.A.C.D.; Assistant Chaplain-General; D.S.O.; M.C.). Dis- 
appears from Crockford, i937. (Book of Blues; Univ. War 
List; Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

PALMER, SEPTIMUS. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Mar. 27, 
1820. Of Devon. [7th s. of the Very Rev. Joseph (Exeter 
College, Oxford, 1766), Dean of Cashel.] Matnc. Michs. 1820; 
BA 1825- M.A. 1829. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1826; pnest, 
1826; C. of North Tawton, Devon, -1847-50. R. of High 
Bickington, 1850-71. Married Susan, dau. of General Guard. 
Died Apr. 25, 1871, aged 72; buried at High Bickington. 
(T. A. Walker, 409; Crockford; H. B. Swanzy; Notes and 
Gleanings, Exeter, v. 106.) 

PALMER, THOMAS. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St John's, .\pr. 15, 
1789. [Eldest] s. of Sir John (1752) [5th] Bart., of [Carlton 
Park], Northants. (and Charlotte, dau. of Sir Henry Gough, 
ist Bart., of Edgbaston, Warws.). [B. i77i.] School, Up- 
pingham. Matric. Michs. 17S9; B.A. i793- Married, Dec. 2, 
1793 Sophia, dau. of Sir Justinian Isham, 7th Bart., of 
Lamport, Northants. Died, v.p., June 4, i8io, at Lodding, 
Northants. Brother of Henrv (i799); father of Thomas J. 
(1814). [St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 411; Burke, P. and B.; 
G. Mag., 1810, I. 671.) 
PALMER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, June 8, 
1793 [Eldest] s. of John, of Bath [originator of the mail- 
coach system, for whom s££ D.jV.B.]. School, Eton. Adm. at 
Trinity Hall, Feb. 18, 1795. Adm. at Lincohi's Inn, Nov. 18, 
1794. [Elmi Sch. Lists; Inns of Court.) 
PALMER, THOMAS FYSHE. Adm. pens, at Queens', Apr. 24, 
1765. Of Bedfordshire. [S. of Henry Fyshe (his father havmg 
assumed the name of Palmer on succeeding his cousin Charles 
Pahner) B. in July, 1847, at IckweU, Northill, Beds. 
School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1765; B.A. 1769; Scholar, 
1770- M.A. 1772; B.D. 1781. Fellow, i77i. Ord. pnest 
(Pete'rb.) Dec. 1776; C. of Leatherhead, Surrey. Became a 
Unitarian, 1783. Pastor at Montrose, 1783-5; at Dundee, 
1785-93- An active political reformer, .\rrested on a charge 
of sedition (having corrected the proof of a handbill by a 
member of the Societv of Friends, at Dundee) ; he was sen- 
tenced to twelve years transportation, 1793; ser\'ed his 
sentence at Botany Bay. In Queens' College order-book, 
Jan 16 1794, the following resolution occure: '.-Vgreed and 
ordered' that the Rev. Thomas Fyshe Palmer, Fellow of the 
CoUege, be expeUed the CoUege on account of his seditious 
conduct. Everyone, viz. President and twelve Fellows, con- 
curred in this sentence of expulsion, and grounded their 
judgement upon the Statutes of the CoUege and the evidence 
received by them on this subject.' Died June 2, 1802, in the 
Ladrone Islands, on his way home, and was first buried by 
the seashore ; two years later his remains were taken to Boston, 
Mass and reinterred there. Brother of James F. (1754) and 
Charles F. (1747). (Eton Coll. Reg.; Northants. Clergy; 
C. R. Hudleston; D.N.B., which erroneously gives date of 
his FeUowship election as 1781; G. Mag., 1803, 11. 1254.) 
PALMER, THOMAS GEORGE ADAMS. Adm. FeU.-Com. 
(age 39) at Magdalene, Apr. 17, 1868. [Only] s. of Thomas, 
merchant, of India. [B. 1829.] School pnvate. Matnc. 
Easter 1868. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 28, 1868. 
CaUed'to the Bar, Nov. 17, 1870- Of 5 Paper Buildings, 
Temple, in 1885. Father of the next. (Law Lists; Inns of 
Court ; Foster, Men at the Bar.) 
PALMER, THOMAS GEORGE FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Feb. 28, 1874. S. of Thomas [George Adams] 
(above) 'of 5, Paper Buildings, Temple, London. B. May 24, 
1856 at Mussorie, India. School, WeUington CoUege. 
Matric. Michs. 1874. Lieut., ist Lanarkshire Engineer 
Volunteers, 1876. (Army Lists.) 
PALMER THOMAS JOHN. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St John's, 
Tune ^i 1814. [Only] s. of Thomas (1789) (and Sophia, dau. 
of Sir Justinian Isham, Bart.). -B. at Carlton Curlieu, Leics. 
(aged 14 in 181 1). School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1814; M.A. 
1817 Succeeded his grandfather Sir John (1752) as 6th Bart., 
Feb II 1817. Died, unmarried, Apr. 16, 1817, of typhus 
fever, aged 20. {Rugby Sch. Reg.; Burke, P. and B.; G. Mag., 
1817, I. 473; G- E- C.) 



Palmer, — 

PALMER, THOMAS LEONARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 10, 1883. S. of James Foster, gent, (and Frances). 

B. at Banham, Norfolk. Bapt., .-^ug. 17, 1851. ['He led a 
country life in Norfolk until he was well over 30.'] Matric. 
Michs. 1883; B..\. 1886; M.A. 1890. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 
1886; priest, 1887; C. of St Matthew's, RedhiU, 1886-90. 

C. of Holy Trinity, Rotherfield Greys, Oxon., 1890-7. V. of 
Oulton, Staffs., 1897-1927. Died July 12, 1928, at Reigate, 
aged 76; buried there. (Eagle, xlv. 223; Scott, MSS.; 
Crockford; The Times, July 14, 1928.) 

PALMER, THOMAS NORMAN PALK. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 9, 1899. S. of Thomas, gent, (and Mary Elizabeth Mason 
Palk). B. Nov. 28, 1879, at Wynberg, Cape of Good Hope. 
Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. and LL.B. 1904. CaUed to the 
Bar, Inner Temple, Nov. 17, 1905. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (2nd Lieut., Coldstream Guards). (Univ. War List; 
Law Lists.) 

PALMER, THOMAS ROGER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 2, 
1823. Matric. Michs. 1823. 

PALMER, WALPOLE [DANBY]. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Apr. 22, 1879. [S. of WiUiam Danby (1829), deceased, of 
Great Yarmouth. B. Apr. 2, i860. School, Marlborough 
(? grammar).] Migrated to Peterhouse, Apr. 22, 1881. 
Matric. Easter, 1881. Of Shrubland House, Great Yarmouth. 
(T. A. Walker, 563; F. P. White; Kelly, Handbook.) 

PALMER, WALTER ORBELL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1874. S. of Frederick, Esq. B. at Great Yarmouth. 
School, King's CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1874. 

PALMER, WALTER ORBELL HORACE. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, May 30, 1887. [Only] s. of Walter OrbeU, of 
Bradfield St George, Bury St Edmunds, SufioUi. B. there, 
Dec. 1868. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, 1890. Of 22 Northgate Street, 
Bury St Edmunds, in 1904. (Rugby Sch. Reg.) 

PALMER, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Queens', Jan. 30, 1808. 
[Eldest s. of the Rev. Edward (St John's CoUege, Oxford, 
1775), P.C. of Moseley, Worcs.] Matric. Michs. 1809; B.A. 
1813; M.A. 1816. P.C. of Lea Marston, Warws., 1817-41. 
V. of Polesworth, 1824-41. Died Jan. 23, 1841. Brother 
of Edward (1826). (Clergy List; Clerical Guide Al. Oxon.; 
G. Mag., 1841, I. 440.) 

PALMER, WILLIAM. M.A. 1832, incorp. from Oxford. [2nd s. 
of George, of Nazeing Park, Essex, and St Andrew's, Holbom, 
London. B. Nov. 9, 1802.] Matric. from St Mary HaU, 
Oxford, Feb. 16, 1822; B.A. (Oxford) 1S25; M.A. (Oxford) 
1828. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Feb. 2, 1826. CaUed to 
the Bar, May 14, 1830. Professor of Civil Law at Gresham 
CoUege, 1836-58. Author, legal. Died, unmarried, Apr. 24, 
1858, in Eaton Place, London. (Boase, 11. 1323; Al. Oxon.; 
Law Lists; Inns of Court; D.N.B.; G. Mag., 1858, i. 683.) 

PALMER, The Rev. WILLIAM. M.A. 1833, incorp. from Oxford. 
[Eldest s. of the Rev. WiUiam Jocelyn (Brasenose CoUege, 
Oxford, 1796), R. of Mixbury, Oxon. B. July 12, 1811. 
School, Rugby.] Matric. from Magdalen College, Oxford, 
July 27, 1826; B.A. (0.xford) 1831; M.A. (Oxford) 1833. 
Fellow, 1832-55. Ord. deacon, 1832. Tutor at Durham 
University, 1833-6. TraveUed widely in the East. Joined 
the Roman Catholic Church, 1855. Author, theological and 
archaeological. Subsequently resided in Rome until his 
death, Apr. 5, 1879. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Al. Oxon.; Boase, 
II. 1323; Burke, P. and B. (sub Selbome); D.N.B.) 
PALMER, WILLIAM DANBY. .4dm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Nov. 27, 1829. Of Great Yanuouth. Matric. Michs. 1830. 
Lieut., The Norfolk Regt. Father of Walpole D. (1879). 
(F. P. White.) 

PALMER, WILLIAM GRIMES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1890. S. of W[iUiam] G[rimes], M.D. B. at Lough- 
borough, Leics. School, Loughborough, Matric. Michs. 1890. 

PALMER, WILLIAM HENRY. .\dm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Jan. 9, 1798. S. of WiUiam, of London. School, Uxbridge, 
Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1800; B.A. 1802; M..\. 1805. 

PALMER, WILLIAM HENRY. .'\dm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 30, 
1864. [2nd] s. of the Rev. Charles Archdale (Christ Church, 
Oxford, 1831), R. of WanUp, Leics. (and Ehzabeth Julia 
Finch, dau. of John Finch Simpson, of Launde Abbey, 
Leics.). B. [May 30], 1844, at Wanlip. Schools, Surrey 
(private) [and Bradfield CoUege]. Matric. Michs. 1865; B.A. 
1868; M..^.. 1871. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1870; priest, 1870; 
C. of Moreton-Bagott, Warws., 1870-1. V. of Lee, Devon, 
1871-2. C. of Eastnor, Heref., 1873-5- R- of Wanhp, Leics., 
1875-1907. Died, unmarried, Nov. 3, 1907, at Leicester. 
(Bradfield Coll. Reg.; Burke, P. and B.; Crockford; The 
Cambridge Chronicle, Nov. 15, 1907.) 



PALMER, — . Adm. at Sidney, 1780. 



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Palmer-Douglas, Archibald 

PALMER-DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1899. [Eldest] s. of Capt. Edward, of Midgard 
House, Hawick, Roxburgbs., Capt., the Rifle Brigade [who 
had adopted the additional name of Douglas on his marriage 
with Mary Douglas, heiress of Cavers, Roxburghs., and 
Burnfoot, Dumfriess-shire, 1879.] B. [Aug. 21], 1880, at 
Langholm, Dumfriess-shire. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 
Michs. 1899; B.A. 1903. Of Midgard, nr Hawick, in 1946. 
Died -Apr. 7, 1947. (Burke, L.G.; Trin. Coll. Obits.; Kelly, 
Handbook.) 

PALMERSTON, HENRY (TEMPLE), Viscount. Adm. FeU.-Com. 
at Clare, Feb. 2, 1757; re-adm. nobleman, June 11, 1757. 
[Eldest] s. of the Hon. Henry Temple (by his 2nd wife, Jane, 
dau. of Sir John Barnard, Lord Mayor of London 1737-8) 
[and grandson of Henry Temple (1693), ist Viscount]. B. in 
London, Dec. 4, 1739. Matric. Easter, 1757; M.A. 1759. 
Succeeded to the peerage, June 10, 1757. Of Mount Temple, 
Ireland. A Lord of the Admiralty, 1766; of the Treasury, 
1777- M.P. for East Looe, 1762-8; for Southampton, 
1768-74; for Hastings, 1774-84; for Boroughbridge, 1784-go; 
for Newport, Isle of Wight, 1790-6; and for Winchester, 
1796-1802. Hon. D.C.L., Oxford, 1773. Married (i) Oct. 6, 
i?(>7, Frances, dau. of Sir Francis Poole, 2nd Bart., of Poole, 
Cheshire; (2) Jan. 5, 1783, Mary, dau. of Benjamin Mee, of 
Bath. Author, Verses and Diary in France, 1791. Died 
Apr. 17, 1802, at his residence in Hanover Square, London; 
buried at Romsey, Hants. Father of the next and of William 
(sub Temple, 1806). (G.E.C.; D.N.B.) 

PALMERSTON, HENRY JOHN (TEMPLE), Viscount. Adm. 
nobleman at St John's, Apr. 4, 1803. [Elder] s. of Henry, 
2nd Viscount (above) (by his 2nd wife, Mary, dau. of 
Benjamin Mee, of Bath). B. Oct. 20, 1784 [in Westminster]. 
School, Harrow [and at Edinburgh Univ., 1800-3]. Matric. 
Lent, 1806; M.A. 1806; Hon. LL.D. 1864. Hon. D.C.L., 
Oxford, July 2, 1862. P.C, 1809; G.C.B., 1832; K.G., 1856. 
Succeeded his father as 3rd Viscount Palmerston (in the 
Irish peerage) Apr. 17, 1802. M.P. for Horsham, 1806-7 
(unseated on petition, Jan. 20, 1807) ; for Newport, Isle of 
Wight, 1807-11; for the University (in six Parhaments) 
1811-31; for Bletchingley, 1831-2; for South Hampshire, 
1832-5; for Tiverton (in eight Parliaments) 1835-65. Lord 
of the Admiralty, 1807; Secretary at War, 1809-28 (under 
five Administrations); Foreign Secretary, 1830-4, 1835-41 
and 1846-51; Home Secretary, 1852. Prime Minister and 
ist Lord of the Treasury, 1855-8 and 1859-65. Lord Warden 
of the Cinque Ports, 1861. Master of Trinity House, 1862-5. 
Lord Rector of Glasgow University, 1862. Married, Dec. 16, 
1839, Emily, dau. of the 1st Viscount Melbourne and widow 
of 5th Earl Cowper. 'A man of wonderful activity both of 
mind and body; indefatigable in business, but also entering 
into all the pleasures of society . . . his thoroughly English 
character made him one of the most popular Ministers of 
the century.' Died, s.p., Oct. 18, 1865, at Brocket Hall, 
Herts, (an estate his wife had inherited); buried in West- 
minster Abbey. .4t his death the peerage became extinct; 
' the title had lasted more than 140 years, though held by 
only 3 persons.' Brother of William (sub Temple, 1806). 
(Harrow Sch. Reg.; Al. Oxon.; D.N.B., which erroneously 
gives his birthplace as Romsey, Hants.; Boase, 11. 1325; 
Eagle, v. 123; G.E.C., which erroneously gives 'School 
Eton'; W. R. Williams, MSS.; P. Guedalla, The Times, 
May 31, 1926.) 

PALMES, WILLIAM LINDSAY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Nov. 25, 1831. [2nd] s. of George (and Margaret Isabella; 
dau. of William Lindsay, Esq., of Oatlands, Lanarks.). 

B. [June 29, 1813], at Nabum Hall, Yorks. [School, Shrews- 
bury.] Matric. Michs. 1832; B.A. 1836; M.A. 1839. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, Apr. 26, 1836. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 
1844; priest, 1845; C. of St Heller's, Jersey, 1846. C. of 
Bishopthorpe, Yorks., 1847-8. V. of Hornsea with Riston, 
Yorks., 1848-72. R.D. of N. Holdemess. V. (and Patron) 
of Nabum, 1873-80. Succeeded to Nabum Hall, 1851. J. P. 
for the E. Riding. Married, June 27, 1849, Marion, eldest 
dau. of Amaziah Empson, Esq., of Spellow Hill, Borough- 
bridge, and had issue. Died Apr. 1, 1888. (Shrewsbury Sch. 
Reg.; Inns of Court; Crockford; Burke, L.G.; Walford, 
County Families, which gives 'Eldest s. of George'; G.E.C.; 
E. P. Shirley, Noble and Gentle Men of England; The Guardian, 
Apr. II, 1888.) 

PALMOUR, JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 5, 1855. 
Of Pembrokeshire. S. of the Rev. John Dawkins (Lampeter 
1827) (and Mary). B. at Loveston. Bapt. May i, 1835. 
School, King James's, Almondbury. Matric. Michs. 1855; 
B.A. i860. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1861; priest, 1862; 

C. of Holy Trinity, Over Darwen, Lanes., 1861-3. C. of 
Jeffreyston, Pembs., 1863-8 and 1869-72. C. of Cucklington, 
Somerset, 1868-9. C. of Holy Trinity, Halifax, 1872-4. C. of 
Doddenhill, 1874-6. C. of Ashby-de-la-Zouche, Leics., 1876-7. 
C. of Brede, Sussex, 1877-82. R. of Llangwm, Pembs., 



Panting, John 

1882-95. R. of St Florence, 1895-1911. Latterly of 21, 
Norton, Tenby. Disappears from Crockford, 1922. Brother 
of the next. 

PALMOUR, WALTER THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
June 3, 1858. [S. of the Rev. John Dawkins.] Matric. Michs. 
1858; B.A. 1862. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 1862; priest, 
1864; C. of Oswaldtwistle, Lanes., 1862-5. C. of Bickerstaffe, 
1866-7. C. of Lancaster, 1867-8. C. of Bamford, 1S68-70. 
P.C. of Fulwood, 1870-3. Chaplain of the County Asylum, 
at Whittingham, near Preston, 1873-1921. Died Jan. 8, 
1921. Brother of the above. (Crockford; The Times, 
Jan. 10, 1921.) 

PANCHEN, JAMES. Adm. at Christ's, Apr. 28, 1788. [Doubt- 
less s. of Giles, of Doctors' Commons. School, St Paul's 
(age 9 in i773)-] Brother of the next two. (St Paul's Sch. 
Reg.) 

PANCHEN, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, Oct. 3, 1766. 
Of London. [S. of Giles, of Doctors' Commons.] School, 
St Paul's (age 10 in 1758); Pauline exhibitioner, 1767. 
Matric. Easter, 1767; B.A. 1771. Ord. priest (Ely, Litt. dim. 
to Worcester) 1772. R. of Burlingham, Norfolk, 1773-93. 
Died Dec. 10, 1793- Brother of the above and the next. 
(St Paul's Sch. Reg.; Blomefleld, supp.; Musgrave, Obit.) 

PANCHEN, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Christ's, July 3, 
1769. S. of Giles [of Doctors' Commons]. B. in London. 
School, St Paul's. Matric. Easter, 1770; Scholar, 1771; B.A. 
1774; M.A. 1777. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1774; priest 
(Llandaff) 1775; C. of Godmanchester, Hunts., 1774-7 and 
again (under the Rev. Matt. Salmon) sometime between 1782 
and 1797. Lecturer at Huntingdon, 1775. R. of Wood 
Walton, Hunts., 1779-1827. Chaplain to Baron Templeton. 
V. of St Mary and St Benet's, Huntingdon, 1803-27. Married, 
Apr. 12, 1803, — , eldest dau. of the Rev. Francis WoUaston, 
of Chislehurst. Died in 1827, on his 67th (sic) birthday, at 
Huntingdon. Brother of the two above. (St Paul's Sch. 
Reg.; Peile, 11. 289; Cant. Act Book; G. Mag., 1827, II. 90.) 

PANCKRIDGE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 23) at Jesus, 
Oct. 6, i860. Of Oxon. S. of Francis. B. at Bradwell. 
School, private. Matric. Michs. i860; B.A. 1864; M.A. 1868. 
Ord. deacon (London) 1865; priest, 1866; C. of St Matthew's, 
City Road, 1865-8. C. of St Thomas, Charterhouse; and 
Head Master of the Middle School, St Thomas, Charterhouse, 
1868-72. V. of St Matthew's, City Road, 1872-84. R. of 
St Bartholomew-the-Great, 1884-7. Died June 8, 1887, 
aged 50, in London. (The Guardian, June 15, 1887.) 

PANDIT, VASUDEO RAMKRISHNA. Matric. Non-Coll., Michs. 
1895; B.A. 1898; M.A. 1902. Called to the Bar, Middle 
Temple, June 22, 1898. Sometime Government Advocate 
at Nagpur, C.P. ; at Khandwa in 1906. (Late Lists.) 

PANNEL, CHARLES LAVINGTON. Adm. pens, at Clare, 
May 21, 1837. [Only s. of the Rev. John [Pannell] (St John's 
College, Oxford, 1804). B. Jan. 23, 1818, at Lavington, 
Sussex. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1837. Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, Nov. 9, 1841. Called to the Bar, Apr. 18, 
1845. Founder of the sanatorium at Bournemouth. (Eton 
Sch. Lists; Law Lists; Inns of Court.) 

PANTER, JOHN ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Clare, Oct. 15, 1867. 
Matric. Michs. 1867; B.A. 1871; M.A. 1874. Ord. deacon 
(Worcester) 1873; priest, 1874. Assistant Master at Malvern 
College, 1871-5. C. of Christ Church, Chesham, Bucks., 
1875-6. C. of Wellington, Somerset, 1876-9. C. of Tipton, 
Staffs., 1879-81. C. of St Paul's, Burslem, 1881-2. V. of 
St George, near Wellington, Salop, 1882-1903. C. of Everton 
with Tetworth, Beds, and Hunts., 1903-10. C. of Kilsby, 
Northants., 1910-13. R. of Lillington, Dorset, 1913-20. 
R. of Beer-Hackett, 1919-20. Resided latterly at Bishops- 
teignton, Devon, where he died, aged 73, Apr. 15, 1922. 
(Crockford; The Guardian, .\pr. 21, 1922.) 

PANTHER, THOMAS BURDITT. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 
1S92. S. of George Sidney. B. Sept. 1, 1873, at Little Oakley, 
Northants. [School, Kettering.] Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 
1895. Migrated to Jesus, Oct. 1895; Lady Kaye Scholar and 
Steele Student, 1895 (Theol. Trip., Pt II, ist Class, 1897); 
George Williams prize, 1897; M.A. 1899. Ord. deacon 
(Exeter) 1897; priest, 1898; C. of Honiton, Devon, 1897-1905. 
R. of Alverdiscot, 1905-8. P.C. of Landkey, 1908-45. 
Subsequently resided at 'Tallyns,' Landkey. (Crockford.) 

PANTING, ANTHONY (1872), see GARDNER. 

PANTING, JOHN. Adm. at King's, Oct. 9, i88o. [S. of the Rev. 
Laurence, 1827.] School, Liverpool College. Matric. Michs. 
1880; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1887; M.D. 1893. At the Middlesex 
Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1890. House Physician and 
House Surgeon, Middlesex Hospital. Practised for many 
years at Watton, Norfolk. Retired to 'The Mythc,' Malvern, 
where he died Mar. 3, 1931. (King's Colt. Reg.; Medical 
Directories; The Times, Mar. 5, 1931.) 



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Panting, Lawrence 

PANTING [post GARDNER], LAWRENCE. Adm. pens, (age 17) 
at St John's, June 26, 1784. S. of the Rev. Stephen (Balliol 
College, O-xford, 1751) (and Josina, dau. of the Rev. Laurence 
Gardner). B. at Wellington, Salop. [Bapt. June 11, 1767.] 
School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1785; Scholar, 1785; 
B.A. {15th Wrangler) 1789; U.A. 1792; D.D. 1815, as Gardner. 
Fellow, 1793-9. R. of Hope-Bagot, Salop, 1798. R. of 
Westbur>', 1800-20. Evening Preacher at the asylum for 
female orphans, St George's-in-the-Fields, 1800. First 
Minister of South Lambeth Chapel. Afternoon Lectvurer at 
St Magnus, London Bridge. Morning Preacher, Fitzroy 
Chapel and Clerk in Orders of St George's, Hanover Square. 
C. of Clive, Shrewsbury, 1810-44. V. of Condover, 1816-26. 
R. of St Philip's, Birmingham, 1821-44. Res. Canon and 
Treasurer of Lichfield, 1821-44. Stated to have divided his 
time between his London duties and those of his country 
parishes. Adopted, May 2, 1801, by Royal Licence, the name 
and arms of Gardner instead of Panting, in compliance with 
the will of his cousin, John Gardner, under which he suc- 
ceeded to the Sansaw estate. Married, Feb. 21, i799, Martha, 
dau. of Edward Pemberton, Esq., of Wrockwardine. Author, 
Sermons. Died July 26, 1844, at Sansaw. {St John's Coll. 
Adm., IV. 411, 412; Changes of Name; G. Mag., 1844, 11. 326.) 

PANTING, LAWRENCE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 5, 1827. 
[S. of Thomas (and Mar>-). B. Oct. 26, 1808, at Belmont, 
Shrewsbury.] School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1828; 
Scholar, 1828; B..'\. 1832; M.A. 1835. Ord. deacon (Chester) 
July 29, 1832; priest (Lichfield and Coventry) Nov. 10, 1833; 
C. of Malpas, Cheshire, 1832 and of Hodnet, Salop, until 1838. 
V. of Chebsey, Staffs., 1838-go. Father of John (1880). 
(Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Parish Reg. of St Chad, Shrewsbury; 
Crockford.) 

PANTING, THOMAS KYNNERSLEY (1850), see GARDNER. 

PANTON, DAVID BROOKE. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Caius, 
Dec. 13, 1852. S. of the Rev. Richard (1823), D.D., Arch- 
deacon of Surrey, Jamaica, and Vicar-General of the diocese. 
B. 1832, in Jamaica. Schools, Edinburgh; in Lincolnshire; 
and in Jamaica, privately. Matric. Michs. 1853; B.A. 1857; 
M.A. i860. Adm. ad eundem, at Oxford, i860. Ord. deacon 
(Jamaica) Oct. 18, 1857; priest, July 25, 1859; C. of St Joseph, 
in the parish of St Andrew, Jamaica, 1857. Island C. of 
Bimam Wood, in the parish of St George, Jamaica, 1861; 
R. of Bimam Wood, 1877-84. R. of Mandeville and acting 
Archdeacon of Middlesex, Jamaica, 1884-91. Married and 
had issue. Died Sept. 14, 1891, aged 59, at the rectory, 
Mandeville. M.I. in the Churchyard. Father of the next and 
of Richard B. M. (1881). (Venn, 11. 310; Boase, 11, 1320; 
W. Cowper.) 

PANTON, DAVID MORRIESON. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1889. 
S. of the Rev. David Brooke (above), Archdeacon of Mid- 
dlesex, Jamaica. B. Apr. 9, 1870, at Mandeville, Jamaica. 
Schools, Old Hall, Wellington, Salop (Dr Cranage), and 
South-Eastem College (St Laurence College), Ramsgate. 
Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892. Sometime an Inspector of 
Schools in Jamaica. University Extension Lecturer, 1897. 
Warden of the Social Settlement, Fore Street, Ipswich. 
Nonconformist Minister of Surrey Chapel, Norwich, 1901-29. 
Editor of Dawn. Author of Irvingism ; Tongues and the Gifts 
of the Holy Ghost; The Great Apostasy (with E. L. Langston) ; 
etc. Brother of Richard B. M. (1881). (St Laurence Coll. 
Reg.; Venn, 11. 509; W. Cowper.) 

PANTON, EDWARD BROOKS HENDERSON. Adm. pens, at 
Christ's, Jan. 13, 1891. [Eldest] s. of Edward Henrv. B. 
[June 13, 1873], at Tufnell Park, London. School. Diilwich 
College. Matric. Michs. 1891; Scholar, 1891; B.A. (Nat. Sci. 
Trip., ist Class) 1894. Entered the I.C.S., 1896. District 
and Sessions Judge in Bengal, 191 1. Member of the Bengal 
Legislature, 1915; Judicial Secretary, 1918. Judge of the 
High Court of Calcutta, 1922. Died July 10, 1929, at Fleet, 
Hants. (I.C.S. Lists; Who was Who; The Times, July 11, 
1929; Cambridge Revie-w, Oct. 11, 1929.) 

PANTON, HUGH. Adm. sizar at St John's, Feb. 9, 1758. B. in 
Middlesex (age 10 in 1751). School, Westminster. Matric. 
Easter 1759; Scholar; LL.B. 1765. Ord. deacon (London) 
Sept. 25, 1763. Usher at Dulwich College, 1766 and 1781-3. 
(Record of Old Westminsters; J. B. Whitmore.) 

PANTON. JAMES ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, (age 26) at 
Pembroke, June i, 1865. Eldest s. of James, mercer, of 
Garthamlock, Glasgow. B. in Glasgow. Matric. Michs. 1865; 
B.A. 1869. Ord. deacon (Chester) f87o; C. of St Mary Magd., 
Liverpool, 1870-2. Latterly of 4, Pall Mall Place, London, 
S.W. Disappears from Crockford, 1903. Made a bequest to 
Pembroke. 

PANTON, JONES. Adm. pens, at Queens', May 29, 1780. Of 
Wales. 



Paramore, Francis Henry 

PANTON, PAUL. Adm. pens, at Caius, Jan. 12, 1854. Only s. 
of Paul Griffith, Commander R.N., of Plas Fron, Denbighs. 
(and Anne Barton, dau. of David Russell, Esq.). B. [Feb. 17], 
1836, at EUesmere. School, Cheltenham College. Matric. 
Michs. 1854; B.A. 1858. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 9, 
1856. Died in 1868; buried at Bangor Iscoed, Flints. 
(Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; Venn. 11. 315; Inns of Court; Walford, 
County Families, sub his father.) 

PANTON, PHILIP NOEL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 30, 
1896. S. of James Albert, of 7, Royal Crescent, Brighton. 
B. Dec. 26, 1877, at Wareham, Dorset. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899; B.Chir., M.B. and M.A. 1905. 
At St Thomas's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1903. House 
Physician there and at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge. 
Assistant CUnical Pathologist and Louis Jenner Research 
Scholar in Pathology at St Thomas's Hospital. Clinical 
Pathologist, Poplar Hospital. Director of the Bacteriological, 
Biochemical and Clinical Laboratories at the London Hos- 
pital. Knighted, 1946. Author (with J. R. Marrack) of 
Clinical Pathology, etc. Of 149, Harley Street, London, W., 
in 1946. Died at his home. Otter's Pool, Bourne End, Bucks., 
Dec. 27, 1950. (Medical Directories; Who's Who; The Times, 
Dec. 30, 1950.) 

PANTON, RICHARD. .\dm. FeU.-Com. (age 20) at Peterhouse, 
Feb. 12, 1823; from University College, Oxford, whence he 
had matric. Jan. 27, 1820. S. of Richard Dunavan, Esq., of 
Jamaica. Matric. Lent, 1823; B.A. 1825. Ord. deacon 
(Jamaica) Feb. 19, 1826; priest, Dec. 16, 1827. C. of the 
parish of St David's and Assistant C. of St Thomas-in-the- 
East, Jamaica. Secretary to the C.M.S. in Jamaica, 1839. 
Island C. of St Andrew's, 1840. Rural Dean of Surrey, 
Jamaica, 1844 [then called D.D., Lambeth]. Vicar- 
General to the Bishop of Jamaica, 1847. Archdeacon of 
Surrey, Jamaica, 1848-60. R. of St Andrew's, 1858. Married, 
July 4, 1824, Sophia Elizabeth, dau. of David Morrieson (of 
the'H.E.I.C.S.), of Edinburgh. Died Aug. 30, i860. Father 
of David B. (1852). (Al. Oxon.; T. A. Walker, 417; W. 
Cowper; Cant. Act Book; G. Mag., i860, 11. 438.) 

PANTON, RICHARD BROOKE MORRIESON. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, as 'Michael' B. M., Oct. 21, 1881; from King's 
College, London. S. of the Rev. D[avid] B[rooke] (1852), 
R. of Mandeville, Jamaica. B. Mar. 22, 1861. Matric. Michs. 
1881. Died Oct. 3, 1884, aged 23, at the rectory, MandeviUe. 
Brother of David M. (1889). (Eagle, xiii. 284; W. Cowper.) 

PANUWELL, THOMAS. Adm. pens., on the Westminster 
election, (age 18) at Trinity, June 17, 1772. S. of Thomas 
[Smith], of Calverley, Tonbridge (and Honor Ellis). [B. i754.] 
School [Tonbridge and] Westminster. Scholar, 1773; matric. 
Easter, 1775; B.A. 1776. .•^dm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 
25, 1771. Died Jan. 1824, aged 70, at Calverley House, 
Tonbridge; buried Jan. 7 at Tonbridge. The Graduati calls 
him 'PanneU'. (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; Inns of Court.) 

PAPE, The Rev. DANIEL. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity Hall, 
Nov. 10, 1802; from St Mary Hall, Oxford, whence he had 
matric. Nov. 6, 1800, age 43. [S. of Robert, gent., of Newton 
Arlosh, Cumberland.] Matric. Michs. 1803; LL.B. 1807. 
V. of Penn, Staffs., 1800-7. Author, A Compendious English 
Grammar. Died Dec. 11, 1807. (Al. Oxon.; G. Mag., 1807, 
II. 1235.) 

PAPILLON, JOHN RAWSTORN. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Dec. 22, 1781. Of Kent. [S. of Da\'id, of Acrise and Lee.] 
Matric. Michs. 1784; Scholar, 1786; B.A. 1786: M.A. 1789. 
Fellow, 1788. V. of Tonbridge, 1791-1804. R. of Chawton, 
Hants., 1802-36. Jane Austen and her mother and sister 
were living at Chawton at this time, and there are numerous 
references to Papillon and his sister in her letters. The living 
was in the gift of her brother Edward. Brother of the next. 
(Foster, Index Eccles.; Clerical Guide.) 

PAPILLON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 16, 1775; 
Fell.-Com. 1777. Of Kent. [S. of David, of .\crise and Lee, 
Chairman of the Board of Excise (by his ist wife, Bridget, 
dau. of William Turner). B. Jan. 12, i757.] Matric. Michs. 
1775. Lieut. -Col., East Kent Militia. Married, June 2, 1791. 
Anne, dau. of Henry Cressett Pelham, Esq., of Crowhurst, 
Sussex, and had issue. Died in 1838. Brother of the above. 
(Burke, L.G.; Walford, County Families (sub his son 
Thomas) .) 

PARAMORE, FRANCIS HENRY. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. 9, 1873. S. of Joseph Rawle (and Frances Maunder). 
B. at Dyndor, Heref. School, Hereford. Bapt. Sept. 8, 1855. 
Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1879; M.A. 1882. Ord. deacon 
(Bath and Wells) 1879; priest, 1880; C. of Cutcombe, 
Somerset, 1879-84. Disappears from Crockford, 1902. 



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Paramore, James Dunlap 

PARAMORE (Post DUNLAP), JAMES DUNLAP. Adm. pens, 
(age i8) at Jesus, Sept. 29, 1862. Of Kent. S. of David 
Ramsey. B. at Launceston [Tasmania]. School, Tonbridge. 
Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 186G; M.A. 1869. Took the surname 
of Dunlap, by Deed Poll, 1884. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 
1869; priest (London) 1870; C. of Hurst, Lanes., 1869-70. 
C. of St Barnabas, Homerton, Middlesex, 1871-2. V. of 
Haverhill, Suffolk, 1873-8. C. of Redgrave, 1878-81. C. of 
St Giles, Reading, i88i-8. C. of Greenham, Berks., 1888-9. 
V. of Corsham, Wilts., 1889-1902. Resided latterly at 
Guildford, Surrey, where he died Dec. 24, 1923, aged 79. 
{Changes of Name; Crockford; The Guardian, Jan. 4, 1924.) 

PARAMORE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Apr. 18, 
1840. S. of William, Esq., of South Molton, Devon. Perhaps 
same as next. 

PARAMORE, JOHN HUXTABLE. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Apr. 22, 1841. Matric. Michs. 1841; B.A. 1845; 
M.A. 1866. Ord. deacon (E.xeter) 1849; priest, 1852; C. of 
N. Molton with Twitchen, Devon,, 1849-55. C. of Islington, 
Norfolk, 1855-6. V. there, 1856-67. R. of Dunterton, 
Devon, 1867-89. Died Nov. 15, 1889, aged 67. (Crockford; 
The Guardian, Nov. 20, 1889.) 

PARAMORE, WILLIAM ERASMUS. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Aug. 5, 1896. S. of Richard, doctor of medicine, of London 
(and Louisa Elizabeth Hicks). B. Oct. 26, 1877, in London. 
School, Merchant Taylors' (the Rev. W. Baker). Matric. 
Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899; M.B., B.Chir. and M.A. 1905. At 
St Mary's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1905. House 
Physician there, 19 10. Practised in London. Author, 
medical. Of Comer Cottage, Wittersham, nr Tenterden, 
Kent, in 1946. (Medical Directories.) 

PARANJPYE, RAGHUNATH PURUSHOTTAM. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, Oct. 14, 1896. S. of Purushottam Keshav, land- 
lord and agriculturist, of Murdi, nr Anjarla, Ratnagiri, 
Bombay. B. Feb. 16, 1876, at Murdi. School, Maratha High, 
Bombay, and at Fergusson College, Poona and Bombay 
University (B.Sc). Matric. Michs. 1896; Scholar, 1897; B.A, 
(Bracketed Senior Wrangler) 1899; (Math. Trip., Pt. II, 
ist Class, 1900); M.A. 1903. Fellow, 1901-7. Hon. Fellowj 
1945. Principal and Professor of Mathematics at Fergusson 
CoUege, Poona, 1902-26. Hon. D.Sc, Calcutta. Minister of 
Education, Bombay Presidency, 1921-3. Fellow, Bombay 
University, 1905-27. Vice-Chancellor of the Indian Women's 
University, 1916-20. Member, Bombay Legislative Council. 
Kaisar-i-Hind gold medal, 1916. Minister of Excise and 
Forests, 1927. Delegate of the Government of India to 
International Labour Conferences at Geneva, 1928-9. 
Member, Indian Taxation Committee, 1924. Member of the 
India Council, London, 1927-32. Vice-Chancellor of Lucknow 
University, 1932-8. Knighted, 1942. High Commissioner for 
India in Austraha, 1944-47. Author, The Crux of the Indian 
Problem; Rationalism in Practice; etc. In 1941 lived in 
Wrangler Paranjpye Road, Poona. Of Fergusson College 
Road, Poona, and of Canberra, Australia, in 1951. (I.C.S. 
Lists; Who's Who.) 

PARBURY, ARTHUR FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Sept. 22, 1870. S. of Frederick, of 99, Lancaster Gate', 
London. B. [Dec. 29], 185 1, in London. School, Brighton 
(private). Matric. Michs. 1870. 

PARBURY, NORMAN CECIL. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1896. 
S. of George William, deceased. School, The Currie Schools, 
Folkestone. Matric. Michs. 1896. 

PARDOE, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, May 9, 
1839. Of Shropshire. [4th and youngest s. of the Rev. 
George Dansey (Ballicl College, Oxford, 1804), of Nash 
Court, Salop (and Eleanor, dau. of the Rev. Samuel Sneade, 
of Bedstone and Ludlow, Salop).] B. [Apr. 9, 1821], at 
Ludlow. School, Ludlow. Matric. Michs. 1839; B.A. 1843. 
C. of Burton, Salop, 1845-50. R. of Rochford, Worcs., 
1851-5. V. of Sidmouth, Devon, 1856-8. R. of Hook, 
Dorset, 1859-62. .^vailed himself of the Clerical Disabilities 
Act (1870) in 1871. Of Purslow Hall and Stanton-Lacy 
House, Salop, and Witherstone, Dorset. J. P. for Dorset and 
Salop. Married, Apr. 20, 1847, Mary Jane, dau. of the Rev. 
William Jenkins, of Witherstone, Dorset. The Pardoes were 
a Shropshire family of great antiquity. Brother of George 
(1830); father of WiUiam H. (1874). (T. A. Walker, 543, 
sub his son; Clergy List; Walford, County Families; Burke, 
L.G.) 

PARDOE, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, Oct. 22, 
1825. S. of Robert, silversmith, of Bewdley, Worcs. B. there. 
Schools [Bromsgrove and] Rock, near Bewdley. Matric. 
Michs. 1827; M.B. 1832; Med. Lie. 1836; M.D. 1837. F.R.C.P. 
Demonstrator in Morbid Anatomy at St Bartholomew's 



PArekh, Devchand Uttamchand 

Hospital. Physician to the Farringdon and St Pancras 
Dispensaries. In practice at 22, Cavendish Square, London, 
in 1845. Died Mar. 9, 1850, at Little HoUand House, Ken- 
sington. (Bromsgrove Reg.; Venn, 11. 197; Medical Directories.) 

PARDOE, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 8, 1830. 
[Eldest s. of the Rev. George Dansey (Balliol College, Oxford, 
1804), of Nash Court, Salop (and Eleanor, dau. of the Rev. 
Samuel Sneade).] B. [Dec. 2, 1811], at Batchcott, near 
Ludlow, Salop. [School, Shrewsbury.] Matric. Michs. 1830; 
B.A. 1834. Married (i) July 11, 1843, Laura, dau. of Thomas 
White, Esq., of Bognor, Sussex; (2) Jan. 22, 1850, Elizabeth 
Mary, dau. of James Fielder Croome, Esq., of Putloe, 
Gloucs. Succeeded to Nash Court, Salop, 1856. J. P. and 
D.L. for Salop; J. P. for Worcs; High Sheriff of Salop, 1884. 
Died in 1884. Brother of Arthur (1839). (Shreicsbury Sch. 
Reg.; Walford, County Families; Burke, L.G.) 

PARDOE, JOHN. Adm. Fell. -Com. (age 18) at Trinity, Apr. 18, 
1775- [Only] s. of John, of London [a Director of the Hon. 
E.I. Co.] (and Ann Urmston). [B. 1760.] School, Hackney, 
London [Mr Newcome]. Matric. Michs. 1775; B.A. 1779; 
M.A. 1782. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 11, 1774. Of Leyton, 
Essex. M.P. for Camelford, 1780-4; for Plympton, 1784-90; 
for West Looe, 1790-6. Married, Feb. 22, 1786, Jane, dau. 
of Thomas Oliver, of The Great House, Leyton, and had issue. 
Made a gift of silver-plate to Trinity. Died Apr. 26, 1796, 
at his house in Bedford Row. Father of the next. (Inns of 
Court; Burke, L.G.; G. Mag., 1796, i. 441; E. Alfred Jones, 
The Library, Dec. 1933.) 

PARDOE, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, Jan. 17, 1805. 
[S. of John (above) (and Jane Oliver). B. Jan. 23, 1787.] 
Matric. Easter, 1805; B.A. 1810. Of Leyton Manor, Essex, 
and Ayot St Peter and Welwyn, Herts. J. P. and D.L. for 
Essex and Hertford. Married, Jan. 25, 1808, Charlotte Jane, 
dau. of John Peter Allix, of Swaffham House, Cambs. Died 
Mar. 29, 1870. Father of the next. (Burke, L.G.) 

PARDOE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 19, 1832. Of 
Cambridgeshire. [Eldest s. of John (above), of Leyton (and 
Charlotte Jane, dau. of John Peter Allix, Esq., of Swaffham, 
Cambs.). B. Aug. 31, 1813. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 
1832; B.A. 1836; M.A. 1840. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 17, 
1837; priest, Dec. 23, 1838; C. of Leyton, 1838; V. 1848-75. 
R. of Boxworth, Cambs., 1875-9. Married, Apr. 24, 1838, 
Frances, dau. of George Thornhill, Esq., M.P., of Diddington 
Park, Hunts. Died Jan. 7, 1879. Father of the next. (Eton 
Sch. Lists; Crockford; Burke, L.G.; Walford, County 
Families.) 

PARDOE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 28, 1858. S. of 
the Rev. John (above) (and Frances, dau. of George Thornhill, 
M.P., of Diddington Park, Hunts.). B. April, 1840, at 
Leyton, Essex. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1858; B.A. 
1862. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1864; priest, 1865; C. of 
Hitchin, Herts., 1864-6. C. of St Ippolyts, 1866-73. C. of 
Graveley, 1873-9. R- (and Patron) of Graveley with Chives- 
field, 1879-92. Of Leyton Manor, Essex. Married, ."Vug. 16, 
1876, Isabella Charlotte, dau. of Thomas Robert Wilson, of 
Newlands, Hitchin, Herts., and had issue. Died Apr. 23, 
1892, at Graveley rectory. (Walford, County Families, sub 
his father; Burke, L.G., which gives 'B. April i, 1839'; The 
Guardian, Apr. 27, 1892.) 

PARDOE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 27, 1859. 
S. of George, of 6, Carlisle Parade, Hastings. B. [Mar. 28], 
1839, in London. School, Sussex (private). Matric. Michs. 
1859; LL.B. 1868; LL.M. 1871. 

PARDOE, WILLIAM HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. I, 1874. [2nd and yst.] s. of the Rev. Arthur (1839), 
of Little Brampton, Salop (and Mary Jane Jenkins). [B. 
1855.] School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1874; Scholar, 
1874; LL.B. 1878. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 28, 1876. 
Called to the Bar, Jan. 26, 1880. Special Pleader, Oxford 
Circuit and Shrewsbury Sessions. Died, unmarried, Oct. 13, 
1902. (Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; T. A. Walker, 543; Law Lists; 
Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; Burke, L.G., which 
gives 'died igor.') 

pAREKH, DEVCHAND UTTAMCHAND. Matric. Non-Coil. 
Easter, 1893. S. of Uttamchand, Native State Minister, 
Jetpur State. B. May 18, 1871, at Jetpur, Kathiawar, 
Bombay. School, Elphinstone College, Bombay. Migrated 
to Peterhouse, Apr. 14, 1894; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1900. Called 
to the Bar, Middle Temple, June 30, 1897. In Law List, 
1910, but not in 1920. (7'. A. Walker, 629; Law Lists.) 



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Pares, Basil 

PARES, BASIL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. i, 1887. 
[4th] s. of John, Esq. {1851), of The Cedars, Famham, 
Surrey (and Katharine, dau. of John Back, of Byfleet, 
Surrey). [B. Apr. 24, 1869. School, Lancing.] Matric. Michs. 
1887. At St Bartholomew's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R C.P., 
i8q8. Senior Clinical Ophthalmic Assistant at St Mary's 
Hospital. Resident Medical Officer, York dispensary, looo. 
Served in the .South African War, 1899-1901, as a Civil 
Surgeon. Transferred to the Army, 1901; Surgeon Captain, 
ist Life Guards, 1903; Surgeon-Major, Royal Horse Guards, 
1906; Surgeon Lieut. -Col., 1919. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (D.S.O., 1915; C.M.G., 1916; A.D.M.S.; mentioned 
twice in despatches). Married, Apr. 15, 1902, Evelyn, dau. 
of G. W. Whistler. Latterly of Woking, where he died 
Nov. 17, 1943. Brother of the next, of Norman (1876), 
George L. (1883) and Harold (1892). (Lancing Reg.; Army 
Lists; Univ. War List; The V.C. and D.S.O.; Medical 
Directories; Burke, L.G.; The Times, Nov. 19, 1943.) 

PARES, BERNARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 12, 18S5. 
[3rd] s. of John {1851), of Westfield, Southsea, Hants. B. 
[Mar. i], 1867, at Albury, Surrey. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1885; Scholar, 1887; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1893. University 
Extension Lecturer, London, Cambridge, Oxford and Liver- 
pool. Reader in Modem Russian History, Liverpool Univ., 
1906-8; and Secretary to the School of Russian Studies, 
1906-17. Professor of Russian History, Literature and 
Language at Liverpool, 1908-17; and of the same subjects 
at the University of London, 1919-36. Fellow of King's 
College, London. Director of the School of Slavonic and 
East European Studies, 1922-39. Secretary of the Anglo- 
Russian Committee in London, 1909-14. Editor, Russian 
Review, 1912-14. Attached as observer to the Russian 
Army, 1914-17 (Russian Red Cross; Soldier's cross and medal 
of St George). Attached to H.M. Ambassador in Petrograd, 
1917. K.B.E., 1919. White Lion of Czechoslovakia, 3rd 
class, 1927. Married, Aug. 27, 1901, Margaret EUis, 2nd dau. 
of E. A. Dixon, of Colchester. Author, Russia and Reform; 
Day by Day with the Russian Army; History of Russia; etc. 
Died in New York, Apr. 17, 1949. Brother of the above, etc. 
{Schoohruisters' Directories; Burke, L.G.; Who's Who; The 
Times, Apr. 18, 1949.) 

PARES, EDWARD HENRY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Dec. i8, 1873. [Eldest s. of Thomas Henry (1847) (and Mary 
Louisa Stephens). B. Mar. 28, 1854. School, Eton.] Matric. 
Easter, 1874. Lieut., Leics. Yeomanry-Cavalry, 1876; Capt., 
1886. Succeeded his father at Hopwell Hall, Derbs., 1878 
(which he sold later), and Kirby Frith, Leics. J. P. for Derbs. 
and Leics.; High Sheriff of Derbs., 1885. Married (i) July 29, 
1879, Muriel Lily, dau. of Charles Fox Webster, Esq. (from 
whom he was divorced 1895), and had issue; (2) Jan. i, 1896, 
Agnes, dau. of W. T. Heard, of Hitchin, Herts., and had 
further issue. Died Mar. 14, 1931, at Bedford; buried at 
Moggerhanger. Nephew of John (1851). (Eton Sch. Lists; 
Army Lists; Burke, L.G.; Walford, County Families; The 
Times, Mar. 17, 1931.) 

PARES, GEORGE LANCELOT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. I, 1883. [2nd] s. of John (1851), of Southsea, 
Hants, (and Katharine Back). B. [Mar. 23, 1865], at Chil- 
deron, Surrey. [School, Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 
1886. A brewer. Married, Apr. 18, 1900, Winifred Percy, 
dau. of Major-General Percy Smith, R.E., and had issue. 
Of Ty-Mawr, Rhvmney, Mon., in 1925. Subsequently of 
West Wellow, Hants. Died Feb. 13, 1936. Brother of the 
next, etc. {Harrow Sch. Reg.; Pemb.'CoU. Reg.; Burke, L.G.) 

PARES, HAROLD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 18, 1892. 
[5th] s. of John (next), of Westfield, Southsea, Hants, (and 
Katharine, dau. of John Back). B. Jan. 23, 1873, at Postford, 
Chilworth, Hants. School, Portsmouth Grammar. Matric. 
Michs. 1892; B.A. 1897. Adm. Sohcitor, igoi. Practised at 
12, Great Marlborough Street, London. Married, Jan. 19, 
1904, 'Louisa Caroline, dau. of L. C. Grant, and had issue. 
Died Jan. 1917. Brother of the above, etc. (Burke, L.G.; 
Law Lists.) 

PARES, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Apr. 12, 1851. 
[2nd] s. of Thomas (1808) [M.P., of Hopwell Hall, Derbs.] 
(and Octavia. dau. of Edward Langton Macmurdo, of 
Clapton, Middlesex). B. [May 11, 1833], at Leicester. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1851; B.A. 1855; M.A. 1858. Adm. 
at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 14, 1857. Married, July 30, 1856, 
Katharine, dau. of John Back, of Bvfleet, Surrey. Of 
Westfield, Southsea, Hants., and of Guildford, Surrey. J. P. 
for Hants, and Surrey. Died Feb. 9, 1915, at his residence 
at Southsea. Father of the next, of the above, of Bernard 
(1885), Basil (1887) and George L. (1883) ; brother of Thomas 
H. (1847) and William (1855). (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Burke, 
L.G.; Inns of Court; The Times, Feb. ir, 1915; The Guardian, 
Mar. 18, 1915.) 



Parez, Charles Neaves 

PARES, NORMAN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 7, 1876. 
[Eldest] s. of John (above), of Postford, Guildford, Surrey. 
B. June 16, 1857, in London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1876; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1883. Played for the Old Etonians 
in the F.A. cup final, 1879. Assistant Master at Portsmouth 
Grammar School, 1881-97. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1885; 
priest (Bp. Cramer- Roberts, for Winchester) 1886; C. of 
St Jude's, Southsea, 1885-7. C. of Portsmouth, 1894-7. 
V. of Horsell, Surrey, 1897-1935. R-D. of Woking, 1913-28. 
Hon. Canon of Winchester, 1925-7; of Guildford, 1928-36. 
Married, Aug. 22, 1888, Beatrice Emma, dau. of William 
Ireland Blackbume. Died June 23, 1936. Brother of Bernard 
{1885), etc. (Crockford; Burke, L.G.; Who was Who; The 
Times, June 25, 1936.) 

PARES, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 28, 1808. 
[Eldest s. of John, of Hopwell Hall, Derbs. (and Agnes, dau. 
of Adam Lightbody, of Liverpool). B. Oct. 30, 1790, at 
Leicester. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. i8o8; B.A. 1812; 
M.A. 1815. Adm. at Lincohi's Inn, June 26, 1808. Called to 
the Bar, Feb. 6, 1818, but never practised. F.S..-^. Of Hopwell 
HaU, Derbs., 1833. High Sheriff of Derbyshire, 1845. M.P. 
for Leicester, 1818-26. Married, May 19, 1821, Octavia, dau. 
of Edward Langton Macmurdo, of Clapton, Middlesex. 
Succeeded his uncle at Kirby Frith, Leics., Oct. 24, 1824. 
Died Apr. 26, 1866, at HopweU Hall. Father of John (1851), 
William (1855) and the next. (Eton Sch. Lists; Boose, 11. 
1235; Return of M.P.s; Inns of Court; Burke, L.G.; G. Mag., 
1866, I. 919; W. R. WilUams, MSS.) 

PARES, THOMAS HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Dec. 3, 
1847. [Eldest s. of Thomas (above), M.P., of Hopwell Hall, 
Derbs. (and Octavia, dau. of Edward Langton Macmurdo, 
Esq.). B. Feb. 8, 1830. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1848. 
Capt., Northants. Mihtia. Succeeded to HopweU Hall, 
Derbs., in 1866. Married, Jan. 7, 1852, Mary Louisa, dau. 
of the Rev. Richard Stephens, B.D., V. of Belgrave, Leics. 
Died May 9, 1878. Father of Edward H. (1873); brother of 
John (1851), and WilHam (1855). (Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, 
L.G.; Walford, County Families.) 

PARES, THOMAS JOHN [TYLSTON]. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Apr. 5, 1839. [Only s. of John Tylston, Esq. (Univ. College, 
Oxford, 1817), of Hopwell Hall, Derbs. (and Mary, dau. of 
Edwyn Andrew Bumaby, of Baggrave HaU, Leics.). School, 
Harrow.] Migrated to Downing, Nov. 13, 1839. Of Nar- 
borough HaU, Leics. Died before 1911. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; 
Burke, L.G.) 

PARES, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Jan. 29, 
1782. [Doubtless a younger s. of Thomas (died 1805), of 
HopweU HaU, Derbs. (and Ann Norton, granddaughter of 
George Ashby, M.P., of Quendon HaU, Leics.).] Matnc. 
Michs. 1782; LL.B. 1788. R. of Narborough, Leics., 1801-9. 
V. of Ockbrook, Derbs., 1808-9. Died at Narborough 
rectory, Dec. 10, 1809. (G. Mag., 1809, 11. 1182.) 

PARES, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 21, 1855. 
[3rd] s. of Thomas (i8o8), of HopweU HaU, Derbs., and of 
Ulverscroft, Leics. (and Octavia, dau. of Edward Langton 
Macmurdo). B. [Mar. 22, 1837], at Ulverscroft. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1855. Kept four terms. Married, 
June 27, i860, Helen Fanny, dau. of WUUam Henry Scott, 
of Avlsham, Norfolk, and had issue. Brother of John (1851) 
and Thomas H. (1S47). Died Jan. 9, 1870. (Harrow Sch. 
Reg.; Peile, 11 539; Burke, L.G.) 

PAREZ, CHARLES CLAUDE THEODORE. Adm. at Clare, 
Mar. 21, 1884. [S. of the Rev. Claude Hubert (1853), V. of 
Mentmore, Bucks. B. Aug. 19, 1865. School, King WilUam's 
CoUege, Isle of Man.] Matric. Michs. 1884; Scholar; B.A. 
1887; M.A. 1933. Assistant Master at the Army College, 
Hanover, 1888-9; at St Columba's CoUege, DubUn, 1889-91; 
at Bancroft's School, 1892-4; Army 'Coach,' at Hanover, 
1894-9. Lecturer in the Eg>'ptian Army School at Cairo, 
1899-1900. Assistant Master at Merchiston School, 1900-2. 
Head Master of Inverness College, 1902-7. Head of the 
mathematical side at Eastbourne CoUege, 1907-10. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut., Special List (Staff Lieut.)). 
•Assistant Master at the Imperial Service CoUege, Windsor, 
1920-6. Died July 4, 1937, aged 71, at Walmer. Brother of 
the next and of Lewis A. (1894). (King William's Coll. Reg.; 
Univ. War List; Schoolmasters' Directories; Merchiston Castle 
Sch. Reg.; The Times, July 6, 1937.) 

PAREZ, CHARLES NEA'VES. Adm. at Clare, Mar. 17, 1892. 
Scholar. [2nd s. of the Rev. Claude Hubert (next), V. of 
Mentmore, Bucks.] Schools, Carlisle and Aldenham. Matric. 
Michs. 1892; Scholar, 1892; B.A. (Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 
1895; M.A. 1899. Ord. deacon (Southwark) 1897; priest 
(Rochester) 1898; C. of Oxted, Surrey, 1897-8. C. of Limps- 
field, 1898-1901. Died Aug. 13, 1901, aged 27, at Limpsfield. 
Brother of the above and of Louis A. (1894). (Scott, MSS.; 
The Times, Aug. 15, 1901.) 



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Parez, Claude Hubert 

PAREZ, CLAUDE HUBERT. Adm. pens, (age i8) at Pembroke, 
Apr. 14, 1853. 2nd s. of Lewis, deceased, of Brighton. B. 
[Jan. 23, 1835], in Florence, Italy. [School, Christ's Hospital.] 
Matric. Michs. 1853; Scholar, 1853; B.A. {4th Wrangler) 1857; 
M.A. i860. Fellow, 1859. Assistant Master at Sherborne 
School, 1858-64. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1862; priest, 1863. One 
of H.M.'s Chief Inspectors of Schools, 1864-99, first in 
Cumberland, and later Chief Inspector at Derby. V. of 
Mentmore, Bucks., 1899-1910. Resided subsequently at 
Hayward's Heath, Susse.x, where he died Feb. 11, 1919. 
Father of the above, the next and Charles C. T. (1884). 
{Christ's Hospital Exhibitioners; Crockford; The Times, 
Feb. 12, 1919.) 

PAREZ, LOUIS ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. 25, 
1894. S. of the Rev. C[laude] H[ubert] (above), of Rose Hill 
House, Derby. [B. Nov. 26, 1875. School, Derby.] Matric. 
Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897; M.A. 1931. Intermediate B.Sc, 
London, 1900. Assistant Master at Cranley School, 1897- 
1901. Second Master at Ashbury College, Ottawa, Canada, 
1901-3. An Army 'Coach,' 1903-7. Assistant Master at 
Repton School, 1908-18; at Loretto School, 1918; at Ton- 
bridge School, 1918-20. Subsequently of The Field House, 
Bristol. Died Dec. 6, 1937, at Tunbridge Wells; buried at 
Hayward's Heath. Brother of Charles N. (1892) and Charles 
C. T. (1884). (Derby Sch. Reg.; Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; School- 
masters' Directories; The Times, Dec. 8, 1937.) 

PARHAM, JOHN DOLBEARE. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
July 4, i8i6. Of Devon. Matric. Michs. i8i6; B.A. 1820; 
M.A. 1823. Ord. deacon (Chester) Mar. 26, 1820; priest 
(Salisbury) Aug. 12, 1821. Chaplain of the EngUsh Episcopal 
Church, at Amsterdam, in 1827. V. of Holne, Devon, 1829-58. 
Died Sept. 29, 1858, aged 62, at Frome Vauchurch rectory, 
Dorset. (Clergy List; G. Mag., 1858, 11. 535; F. P. White.) 

PARIS, ARCHIBALD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Apr. 2, 
1836. Of Middlesex. B. Jan. 18, 1816. [School, Cheam.] 
Matric. Michs. 1836; B.A. 1840; M.A. 1843. Rowing 'blue,' 
1839. Ord. deacon (Bp. of Lincoln) 1840; priest, 1841. C. of 
Whitmore, Staffs., in 1845. R. of Hawerby with Beesby, 
Lines., 1846-56. R. of Ludgvan, Cornwall, 1856-61. Died 
Oct. 24, i86i, at Bath. (Book of Blues; Crockford; G. Mag., 
1861, II. 690.) 

PARIS, JOHN AYRTON. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, June 30, 
1803. S. of Thomas, of Cambridge (and Elizabeth, dau. of 
Edmund Ayrton, Mus.D.). B. there [Aug. 7, 1785]. Schools, 
Linton (Mr Curteis) and private, London (Mr Bradley) ; and 
at Edinburgh University. Matric. Michs. 1803; M.B. 1808; 
M.D. 1813. F.R.S., 1821. Hon. D.C.L., Oxford, 1850. 
Practised in London, 1809-13, Physician at the Westminster 
Hospital, 1809-13. In practice at Penzance, 1813-17. 
Founder and first Secretary of the Royal Geological Society 
of Cornwall, 1814. Returned to London, 1817, practising 
first in Sackville Street and later in Dover Street. Lecturer 
on materia medica at Windmill Street Medical School. 
F.R.C.P., 1814. Lecturer, R.C.P., 1819-26; Censor, 1817, 
1828, 1836 and 1843; Harveian Orator, 1843; President, 
1844-56. Married, Dec. 11, 1809, Mary Catherine, dau. of 
Francis Noble, of Fordham Abbey, Cambs. One of the 
founders of the Athenaeum Club. Author, Life of Sir 
Humphry Davy; Philosophy in Sport made Science in Earnest; 
Pharmacologia; Medical Jurisprudence; etc. Died Dec. 24, 
1856, at has house in Dover Street; buried in Woking 
cemetery. Father of Thomas C. (1837) and of John R. (1842). 
(Boase, n. 1336; Boase, Biblio. Cornub., 421, 1454; Boase, 
Collect. Cornub., 65; Medical Directories; D.N.B.) 

PARIS, JOHN HENRY. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Downing, June 11, 
1822; from Christ Church, Oxford, whence he had matric. 
May 26, 1819, age 18. [2nd] s. of Archibald, of Enfield, 
Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1822. Brother of Robert (1823). 
{A I. Oxon.) 

PARIS, JOHN ROSE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, Sept. 29, 
1842. S. of Dr John Ayrton (1803), of London. B. there 
[Feb. 15, 1824]. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1842. 
Clerk in the Admiralty, 1846-67. Naval Storekeeper at 
Haulbowline, 1867-70. Died Jan. 29, 1907, at Parkstone, 
Dorset. Brother of Thomas C. (1837). (List of Carthusians, 
's. of the late Dr Paris, M.D.'; Venn, 11. 259; D.N.B., which 
states that Dr J. A. Paris had one son only.) 

PARIS, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 24) at Trinity, Oct. 18, 
1823. [Eldest] s. of Archibald. B. near Barnet, Herts. 
School, Barnet. Did not reside. Brother of John H. (1822). 

PARIS, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, June 30, 1815. 
Matric. Michs. 1815. V. of Shackerstone, Leics., 1819-22. 
R. of Wistow, Hunts., 1838. (Ely Diocesan Lists; Foster, 
Index Eccles.) 



Parish, John Benniworth 

PARIS, THOMAS CLIFTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 8, 
1837. [Elders, of Dr John Ayrton (1803). B. i8i8. School, 
Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 1837; B.A. 1841; M.A. 1844. Adm. 
at Lincoln's Inn, July 29, 1837. Called to the Bar, Nov. 21, 
1842. In the literary dept. of the Principal Registry, 
Somerset House, 1858-72. Registrar of Hereford Probate 
Court, 1872-1909. A gifted artist, both in oil and water- 
colour, he exhibited in the Royal Academy. A member of 
the Alpine Club. Author, Letters from the Pyrenees (during 
3 months pedestrian wanderings in the French and Spanish 
mountains in the summer of 1842). Compiler and editor of 
Murray's Handbooks for Devon, Cornwall, etc. Resided 
latterly at Hampton Lodge, Tupsley, near Hereford, where 
he died, unmarried, Jan. 26, 1909, aged 90. Brother of 
John R. (1842). (S. R. Webster; Boase, Biblio. Cornub., 
423; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Hereford Times, Jan. 30, 
1909.) 

PARISH, ARTHUR. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, June 23, 
1837. [3rd] s. of the Rev. — [William (St Edmund Hall, 
Oxford (1809)], Chaplain at Khumaul, India. School, 
Clapham. Matric. Michs. 1837; Scholar, 1840; B.A. (35*^ 
Wrangler) 1841. Adm. at Lincohi's Inn, Nov. 5, 1841. 
(Inns of Court.) 

PARISH, ARTHUR JOHN. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Oct. i, 
1881. [2nd] s. of the Rev. William Samuel (1834), R. of 
Freckenham, Suffolk. B. Apr. 5, 1861. School, Kings', Ely. 
Matric. Michs. 1881; Scholar, 1881; B.A. (26/;i Wrangler) 
1884; M.A. 1889. Instructor, R.N., 1886; Deputy Super- 
intendent of Naval examinations, 1909. C.B., 1911. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (Instructor Cdr., R.N.; Deputy 
Adviser on Education; C.B.E., 1919)- Retired, 1919. Latterly 
of Afton Lodge, Freshwater Bay, Isle of Wight. Died Jan. 19, 
1942; buried at Freshwater. Brother of William O. (1878) 
and Charles E. (1882). (Kings' Sch., Ely, Reg.; The Times, 
Jan. 21, 1942.) 

PARISH, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Nov. 6, 1817; 
from St Edmund Hall, Oxford, whence he had matric. 
Feb. 16, 1815, age 15. S. of Samuel, Esq., of Epsom, Surrey, 
(St Edmund Hall, Oxford, 1783). Matric. Michs. 1817; 
Scholar, 1818. Died Dec. 15, 1820, aged 21, at Epsom. 
Brother of Henry (1842). (Al. Oxon.; G. Mag., 1820, 11. 638.) 

PARISH, CHARLES EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. I, 1882. S. of the Rev. William Samuel (1834), R. of 
Freckenham, Suffolk. B. Aug. 31, 1863. School, Kings', 
Ely. Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1899. A Con- 
sulting Engineer in London; Engineer, Burton collieries, 
Chester-le-Street. Of 63, Hanger Lane, Ealing, in 1932. 
Brother of Arthur J. (1881) and William O. (1878). (Kings' 
Sch., Ely, Reg.) 

PARISH, HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Trinity, June 30, 
1755. S. of David, of London. [B. Dec. 19, 1737-] School, 
Sedbergh, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 17551 Scholar, 1759; B.A. 
1760; M.A. 1764. Ord. priest (Norwich), Dec. 19, 1762; 
C. of Rainham and Toftness, Norfolk, 1762-5. R. of Mund- 
ford, 1765-70 and R. of Colkirk with Stibbard, 1768-9. 
(Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; Blomefield, Supp.) 

PARISH, The Rev. HENRY. LL.D. 1842, incorp. from Oxford. [S. 
of Samuel, of Epsom, Surrey.] Matric. from St Edmund Hall, 
Oxford, July 12, 1808, age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 1813; M.A. 
(Oxford) 1815; D.C.L. (Oxford) 1820. Ord. deacon, 1813; 
priest, 1815. Chaplain of the Hon. E.I.C. in Bengal, 1820-39; 
at Agra in 1830. Minister (and Proprietor) of Montpelier 
Chapel, Twickenham, Middlesex, 1844-73- Married, 1820, 
Sarah, dau. of T. Stowers, of Ewell, Surrey, and of Charter- 
house Square, London. Died Apr. 29, 1873. at Twickenham. 
Brother of Charles (1817); brother of William (1841). (Al. 
Oxon.; Clergy List; Crockford; P. E. Towell.) 

PARISH, HENRY HEADLEY. Adm. pens, at Caius, July 6, 
1819. S. of Woodbine. Doubtful if resided. Entered the 
Diplomatic Service, 1820, serving for many years under 
Lord Stratford de Redcliffe and others. Married and had 
issue. Author, The Diplomatic History of the Monarchy of 
Greece; British Diplomacy illustrated by an old public servant; 
England in 1839; The Diplomatic Revelation. Latteriy of 
Brasted Park, Kent. Died Mar. 29, 1875. Buried at Fair- 
light, Sussex; M.I. there. (Venn, n. 175.) 

PARISH, JOHN BENNIWORTH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 16, i860. [Only] s. of John Benniworth, of [lo>Tifon 
House], Toynton All Saints, Twentylands, nr Spilsby, Lines. 
B. Mar. 22, 1841, at Hundleby, Lines. Schools, Louth 
Grammar and King Edward's, Birmingham. Matric. Michs. 
i860; Scholar, 1863; B.A. (i2(;( Wrangler) 1864; M.A. 1868. 
Assistant Master at Rossall School, 1865-7; at King Edward s 
School, Birmingham, 1867-9; at Dulwich College (House 
Master, 1874-83) 1869-1905. Married, Aug. 3, 1870, Martha 
Maria, dau. of John Birt Davies, M.D., of Birmingham, and 
had issue. Died July 12, 1916, at his residence, 105, Dulwich 
Village. (Dulwich Coll. Reg., 55; Schoolmasters' Directories; 
WaUord, County Families.) 



Parish, William Hawtayne 

PARISH, WILLIAM HAWTAYNE. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
July 2, 1841. S. of the Rev. Dr — [—Henry, (1842)] of 
Esher. Matric. Michs. 1841. Second Lieut., Bengal Artillery, 
1845; Capt., 1858; retired, as Hon. Major, 1869. {Army 
Lists; P. E. Towell.) 

PARISH, WILLIAM OKES. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Oct. i, 
1878. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. William Samuel (next), V. of 
Cherry Hinton, Cambs. B. June 26, 1857. School, Kings', 
Ely. Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882; M.A. 1885. Second 
Master at Gainsborough Grammar School, 1881-4. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) 1883; priest, 1884; C. of Gainsborough, 
1884-5. V. of Longfleet, Dorset, 1885-1929. R.D. of Poole, 
1893-1929. Archdeacon of Dorset and Canon of Salisbury, 
1929-40. Married and had issue. Died Apr. 7, 1940, at 
Salisbury. Brother of Arthur J. (1881) and Charles E. (1888). 
(Kings' Sch., Ely, Reg.; Univ. War List; Crockford; Who was 
Who; The limes, Apr. 9, 1940.) 

PARISH, WILLIAM SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
June 28, 1834. Of Epsom. Matric. Michs. 1834; B.A. 
(zdth Wrangler) 1838; M.A. 1841. Fellow, 1839; Dean, 1840. 
Ord. deacon (Ely) 1838; priest, Nov. 26, 1842. Chaplain, 
R.N., 1842-51. V. of Cherry Hinton, Cambs., 1851-80. 
R. of Freckenham, Suffolk, 1880-92. Married (i) July 24, 
1851, Maria, dau. of Edward Parish, deceased; (2) Sept. 23, 
1856, Mary Ann, dau. of John Okes, of Cherry Hinton Hall 
(and niece of Provost Okes, of King's). Resided latterly at 
Reading, where he died Feb. 2, 1899, aged 83. Father of 
.\rthur J. (1881), Charles E. (1882) and William O. (1878). 
(Scott, MSS.; T. A. Walker, 449; The Times, Feb. 6, 1899.) 

PARK, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Mar. 6, 1878. S. of 
Thomas, of Pennington. B. [June 17, 1859], at Bootle, 
Cumberland. Schools, Cartniel Grammar and Birkenhead. 
Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1884; 
priest, 1885; C. of Liscard, Cheshire, 1884-7. C. of Brigham, 
Cumberland, 1887-9. C. of St James, Barrow-in-Furness, 
1889-94. R. of Woodland, Lanes., 1894-1914. R. of Gos- 
forth, Northumberland, 1914-23. R.D. of Gosforth, 1916-23. 
Resided subsequently at Broughton-in-Furness, where he 
died Nov. 4, 1926. (Peile, 11. 660; Crockford; The Times, 
Nov. 9, 1926.) 

PARK, JAMES ALLAN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, Oct. i, 
1872. S. of the Rev. James Allan (Oriel College, Oxford, 
1847), V. of Methwold, Norfolk. B. [Aug. 20, 1853], at 
Stainton-in-Cleveland. School, Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 
1872. Sub-Lieut., 42nd Foot (Royal Highlanders), 1875; 
Lieut., 1876. Died Sept. 13, 1882, of wounds received at 
Tel-el-Kebir. (Haileybury Reg.; Army Lists.) 

PARK, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Sx John's, July 5, 1849. S. of 
James, gent., of Ulverston, Lanes, (and Mary). B. there. 
Bapt. May i, 1830. Matric. Michs. 1849. Migrated to 
Emmanuel; B.A. 1853. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) Sept. 25, 
1853; priest, Mar. 4, 1855; C. of Petham, Kent, 1853-5. 
C. of St John's, Lancaster, 1855-8. C. of Glentworth, Lines., 
1858-9. P.C. of Rampside, Lanes., 1859-72. P.C. of Lindale 
with Marton, 1873-4. Succeeded to Ollerton Hall, Lanes., 
1851. J. P. for Lanes. Married, May 1854, Harriet, yst. dau. 
of C. S. Kennedy, of Ulverston. Disappears from Crockford, 
1876. (Walford, County Families; C. R. Hudleston.) 

PARK, JOHN RANICAR (or RANIKAR). Adm. sizar at Jesus, 
July I, 1807; Fell. -Com., May 25, 1810. [Only] s. of Henry 
[surgeon, for whom see D.N.B.]. B. May 11, 1779 [1778 
(D.N .B.)], at Liverpool. School, Warrington. Matric. Easter, 
1810; M.B. 1813; Med. Lie. 1816; M.D. 1818. F.R.C.S., 1819; 
Gulstonian Lecturer, 1821. Fellow of the Linnean Society. 
Married. Author, medical and theological. Died Dec. 14, 
1847, at Cheltenham. (G. Mag., 1848, 1. 106, which gives 
'died at Hampstead'; D.N.B.; Munk, m. 203.) 

PARK, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 14, 1866. 
S. of Henry, tailor (and Mary). B. at Prescot, Lanes. Bapt. 
Dec. 25, 1844. Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 1870; M.A. 1873. 
Ord. deacon (Mcinchester) 1869; priest, 1870; C. of Warton, 
Lanes., 1869-72. C. of Hamburgh, Northumberland, 1872-4. 
C. of St Luke's, Heywood, Lanes., 1874-7. C. of St Peter's, 
Blackburn, 1877-9. C. of St PhiUp's, Salford, 1879-83. 
V. of St Anne's, Lancaster, 1883-1907. Died in 1910. (Mill 
Hill Sch. Reg.) 

PARK, WILLIAM URQUHART. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. 17, 1866. S. of Thomas. B. Jan. 28, 1846, at Dumbarton. 
Bapt. Mar. 1846. Matric. Michs. 1866; B..-^. 1870; M.A. 1877. 
Of Greenock. Capt., 1st Vol. Batt., Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders, 1886; Lieut. -Col. and Hon. Col., 1903-8. 
M.V.O., 1905. Died, April, 1917. (Army Lists; Who was 
Wlio.) 

PARKE, BENJAMIN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Pembroke, 
Oct. 28, 1777. Yst. s. of William, skinner, of Kirkham, 
Lanes. B. there. Bapt. Aug. 3, 1759. School, Kirkham. 
Matric. Michs. 1778; B.A. (Sth Wrangler) 1782; M.A. 1785. 



Parke, William 

Fellow, 1783. Junior Proctor, i8oi. Ord. priest (Peterb.), 
June, 1785. V. of Tilney, Norfolk, 1805-35. Preb. of Ely, 
1826-35. J-P- Married, 1807, Miss Stockdale, of Walgrave, 
Northants. Died Jan. 14, 1835, at Ely. M.I. at Tilney. 
(Northants. Clergy, x. 171; G. Mag., 1835, i. 329.) 

PARKE, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
June 19, 1841. 2nd s. of William, Esq., of St Anne, Jamaica. 
B. there, 1823. [School, Wmchester.J Matric. Michs. 1841; 
B.A. 1848; M.A. 1855. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 23, 1846; 
migrated to the Inner Temple, May i, 1849. Called to the 
Bar, May 4, 1849. Practised at 24, Old Square, Lincoln's 
Inn; retired, 1890. (Winchester Coll. Reg., which gives 
b. 1826; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar, 
which also gives 1826 as date of birth, but his age as 23 in 
1846.) 

PARKE, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Feb. 28, 
1799. [4th and youngest] s. of Thomas [merchant and 
banker], of Highfield, Lanes, (and Anne, dau. of William 
Preston). [B. there, Mar. 22, 1782.] School, Macclesfield, 
Cheshire. Matric. Michs. 1799; Craven Scholar, 1799; 
Scholar, 1800; Sir W. Browne medal, 1802; B.A. (5^^ 
Wrangler) 1803; Chancellor's medal, 1804; Members' Prize, 
1804; M.A. 1806; Hon. LL.D. 1835. Fellow, 1804. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, May 10, 1803; at the Inner Temple, Apr. 22, 
1812. Called to the Bar, 1813. On the Northern Circuit; 
Junior Counsel in support of the Bill of Pains and Penalties 
against Queen Caroline, 1820. Judge of the King's Bench, 
1828. Knighted, 1828. P.C, 1833. Transferred to the Court 
of Exchequer, 1834; resigned, 1855. Created Baron Wensley- 
dale of Walton, Lanes., 1856. Married, Apr. 8, 1817, Cecelia 
Arabella Frances, yst. dau. of Samuel Francis Barlow, of 
Middlethorpe, Yorks., and had issue. Died, s.p.m.s., Feb. 25, 
1868, at his residence, Ampthill Park, Beds.; buried in 
Ampthill Church. (G.E.C.; Inns of Court; D.N.B.) 

PARKE, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, May 6, 1819. 
[3rd] s. of William [of The Thickets, Jamaica (and Eleanor, 
dau. of Samuel Baldwin Crosse, of Jamaica)]. B. at Kingston, 
Jamaica. School, in Lanes. Matric. Michs. 1819; B.A. 1823. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Feb. i, 1821. (Inns of Court; 
Burke, L.G., only one son given, 'with other issue'), 

PARKE, RAWSON. .Adm. pens, at Sr John's, July 3, 1773. 
[3rd] s. of Reuben, attorney, of Melton Mowbray, Leics. (and 
Elizabeth Ashby, of Thorpe, Leics.). B. there. School, 
Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1773; Scholar, 1773; B.A. 1777. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 15, 1779- Called to the 
Bar, June 24, 1789. Of Crowle, Worcs. Died Feb. 11, 1841, 
aged 85, in Bloomsbury; buried at Melton Mowbray. (Rugby 
Sch. Reg.; St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 412; Inns of Court; 
G. Mag., 1841, I. 44.) 

PARKE, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pembroke, Jan. 23, 
1784. Only s. of Noni [of Liverpool]. [B. there.] Matric. 
Michs. 1784; Scholar, 1784; B.A. (17th Wrangler) 1788; 
M.A. 1791. Fellow, 1791. Minister at Wavertree, Liverpool, 
until his death, Dec. 7, 1805, aged 38, at Gateacre. (G. Mag., 
1805, II. 1178.) 

PARKE, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Christ's, Apr. 3, 
1771. S. of Roland. B. at Leek, nr Kirkby Lonsdale, Lanes. 
School, Kirkby. Matric. Michs. 1771; Scholar, 1771; B.A. 
(3rd Wrangler) 1775- Migrated to Peterhouse, Jan. 17, 1777; 
M.A. 1778. Fellow of Peterhouse, 1779. Ord. deacon 
(Peterb.) 1776; priest (Ely) I779- V. of Staunton All Saints, 
Gloucs., 1779. R.of Stathem, Leics., 1783-1839. Died Aug. 18, 
1839, aged 85. (T. A. Walker, 342; Peile, n. 292; Northants. 
Clergy, x. 173; G. Mag., 1839, n. 432.) 

PARKE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Dee. 5, 1839. 
[2nd s. of Charles, Esq., of Henbury, Dorset (and Letitia, 
dau. of Joseph Alcock, of Roehampton, Surrey, and Theddle- 
thorpe, Lines.). B. May 17, 1822. Schools, Harrow and 
Eton.] Did not reside. Ensign, 72nd Foot (72nd High- 
landers) 1840; Lieut., 1842; Capt., 1849; Major, 1854; 
Lieut. -Col., 1855. A.D.C. to the Governor of Gibraltar, 
1846-9. Served in the Crimea; present at the siege and fall 
of Sebastopol; and in the Indian Mutiny. Brigadier-General, 
Field Force, India, 1858-9. Transferred to the 53rd Foot, 
i86o; Brevet-Col., 1859. A.D.C. to the Queen, 1859-72. 
Commandant, School of Musketry, Fleetwood, 1861-4. 
Colonel on the Staff, S.E. District, Shomclifife, 1871-2 
Brigadier-General at Aldershot, 1872-4; Major-General, 
S.E. District, 1874-7. Lieut.-General, 1877. C.B., 1859; 
K.C.B., 1887. Retired as Hon. General, 1882. Legion of 
Honour, 5th class; Medjidie, 5th class. Married, 1865, Anna 
Maria, only dau. of Major-General Nepean, and had issue. 
Latterly of Thomhill, Stalbridge, Dorset. J. P. for Dorset. 
Died Mar. 29, 1897. (Eton Sch. Lists; Harrow Sch. Reg.; 
Boose, VI. 353; Burke, L.G.; Army Lists.) 



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PARKEN, EDWARD MONTAGUE. Adm. at Clare, Mar. 2, 

1884. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1893. Ord. 
deacon (Winchester) 1890; priest, 1892; C. of Frimley, 
Surrey, 1890-5. C. of Freemantle, Hants., 1895-7. C. of 
Wilton, WUts., 1897-1905. R. of Stanton St Bernard, 
1905-12. R. of Wylye, 1913-35. Rural Dean. Died Jan. 19, 
1935. aged 69, at Wylye rectory. {Crockford; The Times, 
Jan. 21, 1935.) 

PARKER, ALFRED HALLOWELL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 2, 1863. [Youngest] s. of WLUiam [barrister, of Lincoln's 
InnJ. B. Apr. 29, 1846, at Ware Park, Herts. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1863; B.A. 1867. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, Apr. 10, 1867. Died Apr. 22, 1876. {Harrow Sch. Reg.; 
Inns of Court.) 

PARKER, ARTHUR GORDON HARWELL. Adm. pens, (age 19) 
at Jesus, Oct. i, 1878. [3rd] s. of W[illiam], Major (Exeter 
CoUege, Oxford, 1843). B. [May 30, 1859], at Odiham, 
Hants. School, Tonbridge. Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1S82. 
Assistant Master at Twyford School, Winchester, 1883-7. 
Died, unmarried, Aug. 29, 1887. Brother of George M. 
(1875). {Tollbridge Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G.) 

PARKER, ARTHUR PAGET. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, 
Oct. 1, 1888. Eldest s. of WiUiam Henry, Lieut.[-Col.], of 
Warwick. B. [Aug. 1870], at Mussoorie, India. [School, 
Uppingham.] Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891. Adm. 
sohcitor, 1895. Practised at Foregate Street, Worcester 
(Messrs Lord and Parker). Lieut., Royal Defence Corps, 
1915-16. Died Aug. 27, 1938, at Redgate, Malvern; buried 
at Malvern. {Uppingham Sch. Roll; Law Lists; 1 he Times, 
Aug. 29, 1938.) 

PARKER, ARTHUR TOWNLEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 17, 1848. [4th s. of Robert Townley (Christ Church, 
Oxford, 1811), of Cuerden Hall, Lanes., High Sheriff, 1817; 
M.P. for Preston (and Harriet, dau. of Thomas Brooke, of 
Church Minshull, Cheshire). B. Feb. 4, 1830.] Matric. Michs. 
1848; B.A. 1852; M.A. 1855. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 
1853; priest, 1855; C. of Deane, Lanes., 1853-5. R. of 
Burnley, 1855-1900. Hon. Canon of Manchester and Rural 
Dean of Burnley, 1866-99. Married, June 17, 1858, Catherine 
Susan, 3rd dau. of John Wilson, deceased, of Barton-under- 
Needwood, Staffs. Died Aug. 17, 1902, at his residence, 
Royle Hall, Burnley. (Scott, MSS.; Crockford; Burke, L.G., 
which gives 'died Aug. 16'; The Times, Aug. 20, 1902.) 

PARKER, AUBREY HASTINGS. Adm. at King's, Oct. 10, 
1896. [S. of Commander Philip Reginald Hastings, R.N., of 
Cheltenham. B. Oct. i, 1873. School, Cheltenham College.] 
Matric. Michs. 1896. Passed for R.M.A., Woolwich, 1890, 
but did not proceed there. At Melbourne University. 
Entered the I.C.S., 1897; Assistant Commissioner, Pimjab, 
1897; Deputy Commissioner, 1913; District and Sessions 
Judge, 1914. On Mihtary duty, 1914-19; M.C., 1916. 
Secretary, Air Board, Commerce and Industry Dept., 
Government of India, 1919-24. Retired, Jan. 1924. Brother 
of Philip A'.M. (1895). {Cheltenliam Coll. Reg.; I.C.S. Lists; 
King's Coll. Reg.) 

PARKER, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age i8) at Caius, June 26, 
1828. S. of Thomas (1790), barrister, of London. B. there. 
School, Grantham. Matric. Michs. 1828; exhibitioner, 1830; 
B.A. 1835; M.A. 1839. Ord. deacon (Gloucester, Litt. dim. 
from London), June 5, 1836; priest (London) May 21, 1837; 
C. of Isleworth, Middlesex. V. of Bodiam, Sussex, 1851-85. 
Died .Apr. 9, 1885, aged 75. Brother of Edward (1823). 
{Venn, 11. 205; The Guardian, Apr. 15, 1885.) 

PARKER, CHARLES EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Jime 26, 1863. [Eldest] s. of Joseph [of Brettenham Park, 
Suffolk]. B. Feb. 12, 1845, in London. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1863; B.A. 1867. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Feb. 16, 1867. Died in 1882. {Harrow Sch. Reg.; Inns of 
Court.) 

PARKER, CHARLES JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 4, 
1863. [Eldest] s. of Joseph [of Upton House, Bitton, Gloucs.] 
(and Louisa Jane, only dau. of Benjamin Milward, of 
Keynsham, Somerset, Master-Extraordinary in Chancery). 

B. at Upton, July 5, 1844. School, Somerset (private). 
Matric. Michs. 1863; B.A. 1867; Bumey prize (2nd) 1868; 
M.A. 1870. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1868; priest, 1869; C. of 
St Peter's, Wisbech, Cambs., 1868-70. C. of St .Andrew's, 
Watford, Herts., 1870-3. C. of St Mark's, Gloucester, 1873-4. 

C. of Grantham, 1874-6. Vice-Principal of Gloucester 
Theological College, and C. of St Mar>--de-Crypt, Gloucester, 
1876-7. Principal of Gloucester Theological College, 1877-96. 
R. of St Aldate's, Gloucester, 1884-8. Hon. Canon of 
Gloucester, 1884-97. Hon. Canon of Bristol, 1897-1908. 



Parker, Edward 

Married, Aug. 2, 1870, Susanna, dau. of the Rev. Canon John 
Scott, V. of Wisbech (and niece of Sir GUbert Scott, R.A.). 
Died Sept. 26, 1908, as the result of falling into a small quarry, 
in the dark, on his way from church, after taking a service 
there. Brother of Henry P. (1871); father of John S. (1892). 
(Scott, MSS.; Burke, L.G., wliich gives 'died Sept. 26'; 
Crockford; The Times, Sept. 28, 1908; C. R. Hudleston.) 

PARKER, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Dec. 14, 
1835. Of Lancashire. [3rd s. of Christopher, of Petterill, 
Cumberland (and Margaret Jefferson). B. Dec. 13, 1816. 
School, Durham.] Matric. Michs. 1836; B.A. 1840; M.A. 
1845. Ord. deacon, 1842; priest, 1843; C. of Caldbeck, 
Cumberland, 1846-55. R. of Ormside,Westmorland, 1855-6. 
P.C. (and ist V.) of Skirwith, Cumberland, where he com- 
pleted and endowed the church, 1 859-65 . Succeeded his cousin 
Wilham at Skirwith Abbey, 1856. J. P. for Cumberland. 
Married, Oct. 4, 1842, Sarah, dau. of Edward Railton, of 
Unthank, Cumberland. Died very suddenly, Dec. 10, 1865, at 
Skirwith Abbey; buried at Kirkland, Cumberland. Father 
of the next. {Durham Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G.; Crockford; 
G. Mag., 1866, I. 154.) 

PARKER, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 10, 
1863. Did not reside. [S. of the Rev. Christopher (above), 
of Skirwith Abbey, Penrith. School, Harrow.] Lieut., 
Cumberland MiUtia. Died Mar. 11, 1869, aged 25. {Harrow 
Sch. Reg.) 

PARKER, EDMUND HENRY. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1882. 
[3rd s. of the Rev. Richard (1833), R. of Claxby, Lines. 
B. there, Apr. 21, 1858. School, Westminster.] Adm. 
solicitor, 1880. Migrated as a scholar to King's, Jan. 13, 
1883; B.A. (Law Trip., ist Class) 1885; M.A. 1889; Hon. 
LL.D. 1922. Joined the Cambridge firm of Francis and Co., 
soUcitors, but became Manager and a partner in Mortlock's 
Bank, Cambridge, in 1888. When the Eastern banks were 
amalgamated in 1896 he was made an original director, and 
later Vice-Chairman, of the new Barclay's Bank, and of 
Barclay's Bank (Dominions), Barclay's Bank (France), and 
Barclay's Bank (Rome). Retired in Jan. 1925. Of 'Thomey- 
creek,' Herschel Road, Cambridge. Mayor of Cambridge, 
1893. Borough Treasurer, 1898-1925; High Steward, 1928. 
Married Ellen, dau. of Clement Francis, of Quy, Cambs., 
and had issue. Died July 17, 1928. Half-brother of George 
A. (1861) and brother of Robert J. (1876). (Scott, MSS.; 
Law Lists; Who's Who; The Times, July 18, 1928; The 
Cambridge Reiiew, Oct. 12, 1928; King's Coll. Reg.) 

PARKER, EDMUND ROBERT, Viscount BORINGDON. Adm. 
at Trinity Hall, 1896. [Eldest] s. of Albert Edmund 
[3rd] Earl of Morley (Balliol College, Oxford, i86i), of 
31, Prince's Gardens, London (and Margaret, dau. of Robert 
S. Holford, M.P., of Weston-Birt, Gloucs.). [B. Apr. 19, 
1877.] School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1896, as Viscount 
Boringdon. Succeeded his father as 4th Earl of Morley, 
1905. J. P. for Devon. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Capt., R. 1st Devon Yeo. (T.F. Res.) and General Staff). 
Of Saltram, Plympton, Devon, and Essex Court, Temple, 
London, S.W., in 1951. {Univ. War List; Who's Who; 
Burke, P. and B.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families.) 

PARKER, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Peterhouse, 
July 5, 1759. Of Lincohishire. School, Brigg. Matnc. 
Michs. 1759. Fell.-Com., Oct. 23, 1761. High Sheriff of 
Lines., 1770. 

PARKER, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 25, 1808. 
S. of Timothy, Esq., of Hornby Hall, Yorks. B. at Coniston, 
Waterhead, Lanes. School, Macclesfield. Did not reside. 
Brother of WiUiam (1806). (F. P. White.) 

PARKER, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, Mar. 22, 
1823. S. of Thomas (1790), barrister, of London. B. [May 2, 
1800], in ClerkenweU. School, Mill Hill. Matric. Michs. 1824. 
Brother of Charles (1828). 

PARKER, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 20, 1828. 
Of Gloucestershire. [S. of WiUiam Jason (and Eleanor, dau. 
of Robert Bush). B. at Bitton, May 2, 1800.] Matnc. Michs. 
1828. V. of Stoke Gifford, Gloucs., 1834-56. Died Apr. 2, 
1879. (C. R. Hudleston.) 

PARKER, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Mar. 8, 
1841. [3rd] s. of Edward, of [Browsholme HaU, Clitheroe], 
Lanes. "B. Mar. 14, 1821. Matric. Michs. 1841; B.A. 1845; 
M.A. 1848. P.C. of Waddington, Yorks., i862-95. Succeeded 
to Newton HaU, with his brother, Robert John. Married 
Catherine, dau. of James Neville, of Beardwood, Lanes., and 
had issue. Died Nov. 18, 1895, at Waddington vicarage. 
Brother of Thomas G. (1837). (Scott, MSS.; I. .4. » alker, 
472; Crockford; Burke, L.G.; Standard, Nov. 21, 1895; C. R. 
Hudleston.) 



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PARKER, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 21, 1865. 
[Eldest] s. of Thomas Goulbume (1837) [banister-at-law, of 
Lincoln's Inn], of Browsholme Hall, Clitheroe, Lanes, (and 
Mary Ann, only child of John Francis Carr, of Carr Lodge, 
Horbury, Yorks.). B. there [Sept. 10], 1846. Schools, Herts, 
(private), Hatfield Broad Oak, Essex (private) [and Harrow]. 
Matric. Michs. 1866. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 7, 1869. 
Of Browshohne and Alkincoats, Lanes. J. P. for Lanes, and 
W.R. of Yorks. Capt., Lanes. MiUtia. Married, June 22, 
1881, Mary Beatrice, dau. of James Baldwin, of Smithies 
Bridge, Yorks. Died, s.p., July 13, 1894, and succeeded by 
his brother John William Robinson. {Harrow Sch. Reg.; 
Burke, L.G.) 

PARKER, FRANCIS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, June n, 
1781. S. of Kenyon [attorney], of Sheffield (and Hannah 
ShirecUffe). School, Sheffield Collegiate. [B. Aug. 14, 1762.] 
Matric. Michs. 1781; Scholar, 1784; B.A. 1785; M.A. 1789. 
C. of Dore, Derbs., 1807-40. R. of Hawksworth, Notts. 
Married, Sept. 1793, Catharine Hare, of Dronfield. Died 
Oct. 10, 1840; buried at St James, Sheffield. Brother of Thomas 
(1790). (P. J. Wallis; Hunter, Hallamshire; Clerical Guide.) 

PARKER, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity Hall, 
Oct. 16, i860. [3rd] s. of Alfred, Esq., deceased, of Caterham, 
Surrey. [B. 1842.] Matric. Lent, 1861; Scholar; LL.B. 1864. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 15, 1862, Called to the Bar, 
Nov. 17, 1865. On the South-Eastem Circuit. Died Jan. 19, 
1903, in his chambers in the Temple. (Law Lists; Inns of 
Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, Jan. 22, 1903.) 

PARKER, FRANCIS CECIL SHIRECLIFFE. Adm. at Trinity 
Hall, Oct. 1895. [Only s. of Major F. G. S., 54th Regt. 
B. Sept. 17, 1876. Schools, St Laurence CoUege, and Hailey- 
bury.] Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898; M.A. 1903. 'A 
Solicitor.' {St Laurence Coll. Reg.; Haileybury Reg.; not 
found in Law Lists.) 

PARKER, FRANK ARTHUR. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 1873. 
[Yst.] s. of Edward, surgeon, of Liverpool. B. there [July 17, 
1855.] School, Royal Institution, Liverpool. Migrated to 
Caius, Oct. I, 1874, age 19; B.A. 1877; M.A. 1899. Adm. at 
the Middle Temple, Nov. 9, 1872. Master of a Central Day 
School at Toowoomba, Australia. Brother of William R. 
(1871). {Venn, 11. 414; Inns of Court.) 

PARKER, FRANK WHITLEY. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 25, 1880. S. of WilUam (and Mary Ann). B. Aug. 31, 
i860. Bapt. Oct. 21, i860. Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1887; 
M.A. 1899. Ord. deacon (Liverpool) 1887; priest, 1888; C. of 
All Saints, Liverpool, 1888-92. C. of St Saviour's, Pad- 
dington, 1892-1907. R. of Twyford with Guist, Norfolk, 
1907-42. Died Apr. i, 1942, at the vicarage, Guist. {Crock- 
ford; The Times, Apr. 7, 1942.) 

PARKER, FRANKE. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, Nov. i, 
1823. S. of Franke. B. 1803, at Newton St Cyres, Devon. 
School [Blundell's], Tiverton. Matric. Michs. 1823; B.A. 
1828; M.A. 1831. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1829; priest, 1831; 
C. of Sampford-Peverell, Devon, 1829-31. C. of Starcross, 
1831-2. R. of Luffincott, 1838-S3. Author, The Church, 
with a Chart; Chronology; The Parish Chronicle; A Light 
Thrown on Thucydides; the Athenian Year; Ptolemy and the 
Metonic Cycle. Died Apr. 3, 1883. {Blundell's Sch. Reg.; 
Boose, II. 1341; Crockford; The Guardian, Apr. 11, 1883.) 

PARKER, FREDERICK HENRY. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 
1895. 2nd s. of [the Rev.] F[rederick] W[illiam] (Pembroke 
College, Oxford, 1842), of Bicknor, Cheltenham. B. Mar. 16, 
1877, at Montgomery. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 
1895; B.A. 1898; M.B. and B.Chir. 1903. At Guy's Hospital; 
House Surgeon and Clinical Assistant there. F.R.C.S., 1904. 
Practised at Cheltenham. Medical Officer, Llandrindod Wells 
hospital. Author, Rheumatoid Arthritis; a personal experience 
of the Disease. Died Aug. 9, 1922, in South Africa. {Medical 
Directories; The Times, Aug. 14, 1922.) 

PARKER, FREDERICK STEVENSON. Adm. pens, at Clare, 
June 9, 1871. Matric. Michs. 1871; B.A. 1875; M..^. 1878. 
Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1874; priest, 1875; C. of St Michael's, 
Derby, 1874-5. C. of St John's, Battersea, 1875-80. C. of 
Waltham-on-the-Wolds, Leics., 1880-2. V. of Scalford, 
1882-91. Died Dec. 9, 1891, aged 45. {Univ. Almanack. 1892, 
calls him V. of Long Ashby, Northants.) 

PARKER, FREDERICK TALBOT. Matric. Non-Coll. from 
Ayerst H., Michs. 1888. [S. of Theophilus Bush, M.D. (and 
Frances Mary Ann, 2nd dau. of the Rev. Charles Chfton).] 
B.A. 1891. Ord. deacon (Gloucester and Bristol), 1891; 
priest, 1892; C. of St Paul's, Bristol, 1S91-3. C. of St Francis, 
Ashton Gate, Bedminster, 1893-6. Missioner, St Aidan's 
Mission, Crews Hole, Bristol, 1896-1905. P.C. of St Aidan's, 
Bristol, 1905-13. V. of Holy Nativity, Knowle, 1913-27. 
Of 23, Beaufort Road, Clifton, in 1951. {Crockford.) 



Parker, George Marcus 

PARKER, GEOFFREY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 1899. 
[3rd] s. of the Hon. Cecil Thomas [Lieut., The Rifle Brigade], 
of The Paddocks, Eccleston, Chester (and Rosemond E. H., 
dau. of the Most Rev. C. T. Longley, D.D., Archbishop of 
Canterbury). B. [Feb. 6], 1880, at Chester. School, Radley. 
Matric. Michs. 1899. Rowing 'blue,' 1901. At the R.I.E. 
College, Cooper's Hill, 1901-4. M.Inst.C.E. Civil Engineer 
in the Irrigation Dept., of the Egyptian Public Works, 
1904-29. Inspector-General, Egyptian Irrigation Dept. in 
the Sudan, 1929. 4th CI. Medjidieh, 1910; 3rd CI. Order of 
the Nile, 1920; Order of Ismail, 3rd CI., 1930. Married, 
Oct. 15, 1912, Isolda Mabel Cecil, dau. of Sir C. W. F. 
Crauford, 4th Bart., and had issue. {Radley Reg.; Book of 
Blues; Burke, P. and B. {sub Macclesfield).) 

PARKER, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 25, 1787- 
Of Staffordshire. Matric. Michs. 1787. Scholar, Nov. 6, 
1787. Kept four terms by residence. Name off, Dec. 1, 1788. 
{St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 412.) 

PARKER, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity Hall, 
Mar. 23, 1862. [Only] s. of George, merchant, of Bank House, 
Macclesfield. Schools, Manchester and .Macclesfield. Did not 
reside. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 30, 1861. {Inns of 
Court.) 

PARKER, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's. Oct. 8, 1873. 
S. of George, farmer (and Emma). B. Sept. 6. 1853, at 
Claverdon Hall, West Bromwich, Staffs. Bapt. Oct. 19, 
1853. [School, Cambridge House, Stratford-on-Avon.] 
Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1877; M.A. 1880; M.D. 1884. 
Hon. LL.D., Bristol. At St Bartholomew's Hospital and 
Vienna. M.R.C.S., 1885. Resident Medical Officer, Pad- 
dington Green children's hospital. Practised at Bristol, from 
1887. Lecturer in medical jurisprudence at the University 
of Bristol. Physician, Bristol General Hospital. Served in 
the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut.-Col., R.-^.M-C). Went to 
Palestine as medical officer to the Flinders Petrie Expedition. 
Member of Council of B.M.A. and President of Bath and 
Bristol Branch. Author, History of the Barber Surgeons; 
Early History of Surgerv in Great Britain. Died Apr. 26, 
1937', at Clifton. {Medical Directories; Univ. War List; Who 
tt'as Who; The Times, Apr. 30, 1937.) 
PARKER, GEORGE ARTHUR. Adm. (age 18) at Trinity Hall, 
Apr. 12, 1861. [Eldest] s. of [the Rev.] R[ichard] (1833), 
R. of Claxby, Lines. [B. Feb. 25, 1S43.] School, Uppingham. 
Matric. Michs. 1861; Scholar, 1862. Entered the Madras 
Civil Service, 1863. .^dm. at the Inner Temple, .'\pr. 24, 
186S. Judge of Small Causes Court, Cuddalore, 1871. Sub- 
Collector and Magistrate, Madura, 1878. District and Sessions 
Judge at Kumool, 1882; in S. Tanjore, 1882-6. Judge of the 
High Court, Madras, 1886-96. Knighted (at Windsc- Castle) 
July 9, 1896, on his retirement. Died suddenly, June 5, 1900, 
at Manor House, Spratton, Northants. Half-brother of 
Edmund H. (1882) and Robert J. (1876). {Uppingham Sch. 
Roll; Boase, vi. 354; I.C.S. Lists; Inns of Court; Who ivas 
Who.) 
PARKER, GEORGE BABINGTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May II, 1857. [2nd] s. of Sir James, Kt. (1821), of Rothley 
Temple, Loughborough, Leics. (and Mary, dau. of Thomas 
Babington, of Rothley Temple). B. there, Sept. 3, 1839. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1857; B.A. 1861; M.A. 1885. 
In New Zealand, 1861-76. Member, House of Representa- 
tives, 1870-5. Subsequently returned to England. J. P. for 
Leics. Died Mar. 13, 1915. Brother of Harry R. (1855). 
{Harroio Sch. Reg. ; Burke, L.G.) 
PARKER, The Rev. GEORGE HARGREAVE. Adm. sizar at St 
John's, Oct. 23, 1839; a 'Ten-vear man.' S. of the Rev. 
W[iiaam] (1795), of 67, Lincoln's Inn Fields. B.Dec. 13, 1813. 
Schools, Charterhouse and Oakham. (Dr Doncaster). Ord. 
deacon (Ripon) Jan. 7, 1838; priest, Jan. 13, 1839. C. of Anstey, 
Leics., -1841. C. of Groby, 1842-3. V. of St .Andrew's, 
BethnalGreen, London, 1843-64. Author, religious. Married, 
July 18, 1843, Henrietta W., dau. of William Rowe, of Leics. 
Died Apr. 18, 1864. Brother of William G. (1828). (F. P. 
White; List of Old Carthusians; Hennessey; Clergy List.) 
PARKER, GEORGE MARCUS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 25, 
1875. [Eldest] s. of Wilham (Exeter College, Oxford, 1843), 
of Bourne, Lines, (and Augusta Millet Harriet, dau. of 
Lieut.-Col. C. W. Short, Coldstream Guards). B. [Mar. 14], 
1856, at Odiham, Hants. Schools [Winchester and] Wel- 
lington College. Matric. Michs. 1875; B.A. 1879- Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, Nov. 17, 1877. Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 
1882. On the Midland Circuit. Married, July 25, 1883, 
Evelyn Westfaling, dau. of Hugh Seymour Tremenheere, 
C.B., and had issue. Died July 11, 1895, at Saundersfoot, 
Pembs. Brother of Arthur G. B. (1878). {Wellington Coll. 
Reg.; Winchester Coll. Reg; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, 
Men at the Bar; Burke, L.G., which gives 'died July 13'; 
Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The Times, July 18, 1895.) 



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PARKER, GEORGE ROGER WILSON. Matric. Non-Coil., Michs. 
1880. Adm. at Cavendish H., Oct. 1880. S. of Roper (sic). 
B. [Feb. 1863], at Stanley, nr Liverpool. [School, Up- 
pingham.] Migrated to St Catharine's, Jan. 10, 1883; B.A. 
1884; M.A. 1887. At St Thomas's Hospital. L.S.A., 1890; 
L.M.S.S..^.., 1907. Practised at Stoney Croft, Liverpool. Of 
25, Waterpark Road, Prenton, Birkenhead, in 1946. 
{Uppingham Sch. Roll; Medical Directories.) 

PARKER, GEORGE WATSON TREVOR. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Oct. 4, 1890. S. of George Frederic T[revor] 
[loth Regt.], of 8, Demnark Villas, Brighton. B. Apr. 4, 
1872, at Hastings. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1890; 
B.A. 1894. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (R.N.A.S., 
1915-16; 2nd Lieut., R.G.A., 1916; Lieut., 1918). Died 
Nov. 17, 1935, at Middle Ruddings, Braithwaite, Cumber- 
land. Brother of Harry C. T. (1892). {Harrow Sch. Reg.; 
Univ. War List; The Times, Nov. 20, 1935.) 

PARKER, GERALD TOWNLEY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pem- 
broke, Sept. 21, 1877. [3rd] s. of Robert Townley, junior, 
Capt. [53rd Regt.], of Cuerdon Hall, near Preston, Lanes (and 
Judith Caroline Augusta, dau. of James Panton, of Plas 
Gwyn, Anglesey). [B. Sept. 12, 1858. School, Harrow.] 
Matric. Michs. 1877. Married, Apr. 24, 1890, Helen Annie, 
dau. of George AshbyAshby, sometime Capt., nth Hussars, 
of Naseby Wolleys, Northants., and had issue. Died Feb. 2, 
1892. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G.) 

PARKER, HARRY CLIFTON TREVOR. Adm. at Trinity 
Hall, 1892. S. of George 'Watson' {sic) [Frederic] Trevor 
[loth Regt.]. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1892. Private, 
6th (Inniskillen) Dragoons, 1897-1900; Second Lieut., 6th 
Dragoons, 1900. Transferred to the 2nd Dragoons, 1900. 
Served in the Boer War; retired, 1904. Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.F.A.). Sometime of Remenham 
Cottage, Remenham, Henley-on-Thames. Brother of George 
W. T. (1890). (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Univ. War List; Army 
Lists.) 

PARKER, HARRY RAINY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
May 24, 1855. [Eldest] s. of Vice-Chancellor Sir James 
(1821), of Rothley Temple, Leics. (and Mary, dau. of Thomas 
Babington). B. there [June 27, 1837]. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1855. Of Kurow, Canterbury, New Zealand, 
and of Rothley Temple, Leics. J. P. for Leics. Married, 1869, 
Frances Emily Jane, dau. of Colonel Henry Horatio Kit- 
chener, X3th Light Dragoons, and sister of Field Marshal 
Lord Kitchener. Died Dec. 15, 1912, in Cairo. Brother of 
George B. (1857). (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; L.G.; 
The Times, Dec. 17, 1912.) 

PARKER, HARRY SHOLTO SEARLE. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Sept. 2g, 189 1. Of Hertfordshire. S. of Frederick 
Searle, Esq. (and Elizabeth Susanna, dau. of William 
Wilkieson, of Woodbury Hall, Beds.). B. Apr. 20, 1872, at 
The Grange, East Bamet, Herts. Schools, Thorpe Mande- 
ville, Banbury, and King's, Canterbury. Matric. Michs. 1891 ; 
Scholar, 1891; B.A. 1894; M..\. 1898. Assistant Master at 
King Edward's School, Bury St Edmunds, 1894-8; at 
Berkhamsted School, 1898-1901 ; at Mostyn House, Parkgate, 
1902; at Rottingdean School, 1902-18; Head Master, 
1918-21. Married, Apr. 20, 1911, Frances Helen, dau. of 
Frederick A. Page-Turner, of Ambrosden, Oxon., and had 
issue. Died Mar. r, 1921. (Burke, L.G.; Schoolmasters' 
Directories.) 

PARKER, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Feb. 2, 

1838. Of Essex. S. of the Rev. Henry John (St Edmund 
Hall, Oxford, 1790), Gresham Professor of Divinity and \'. of 
High Halden, Kent. B. Aug. 3, 18 19. [School, Maidstone.] 
Matric. Michs. 1838; B.A. 1842; M.A. 1845. Cricket 'blue,' 

1839. Ord. deacon (London, Litt. dim. from Canterbury) 
Dec. 18, 1842; priest (Canterbury) 1843; C. of High Halden, 
Kent, 1842-9. C. of Old Romney, 1849-53. C. of Whitstable 
and Seasalter, 1853-7. R. of St Mary-in-the-Marsh, 1857- 
igoi. Died Oct. 20, 1901, aged 82. (Book of Blues; Crockford; 
Clergy List; The Times, Oct. 24, 1901.) 

PARKER, HENRY. Adm. at Trinity Hall, Oct. 1890. [Only] 
s. of Thomas, Esq., deceased, of Bel's Hill, Belford, Northum- 
berland (and Emma, dau. of Thomas Friar, of Grindon Ridge 
Hall, Norham, Northumberland). [B. July 6, 1871. School, 
Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 1890. Of Grindonridge Hall, Duddo, 
and Clarencedale, Norham, Northumberland. J. P. for 
Northumberland, 1898. Married, Sept. 3, 1902, Annie 
Gertrude Glen, dau. of Niel Nicholson, of PoUockshields, 
Glasgow, and had issue. (Burke, L.O.; Kelly, Handbook.) 



Parker, James 

PARKER, HENRY ARTHUR KNIGHT. Adm. at Corpus 
Christi, 1892. Did not reside. S. of the Rev. WiUiam Henry 
(St Bees, 1856), of Fair Oak vicarage, Hants. B. there, Feb. 5, 
1873. School, private. Migrated to Magdalene, July 30, 
1892. Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895. 

PARKER, HENRY PERROTT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 8, 

1871. [3rd] s. of Joseph, of Upton Cheyney, Bitton, Bristol 
(and Louisa Jane Milward). B. there [Sept. 21], 1852. 
School, Bath (private). Matric. Michs. 1871; B.A. 1875; 
M.A. 1878. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1876; priest, 1877; C. of 
Holy Trinity, Exeter, 1876-8. Secretary, C.M.S. and Chap- 
lain to the Bishop of Calcutta, 1878-86. Bishop of Eastern 
Equatorial Africa, 1886-8. 'Died, unmarried, of sickness, at 
U-Sambara, near the Victoria Nyanza, on Monday in Holy 
Week, Mar. 26, 1888, aged 35 years.' Brother of Charles J. 
(1863). (Boase, 11. 1343; Crockford; Burke, L.G.) 

PARKER, HERBERT ALFRED MONTGOMERY. Adm. sizar 
at St John's, Oct. 5, 1893. S. of Herbert, fancy-draper, of 
Bristol (and Margaret Montgomery). B. [July 31, 1874], 
at Westbury, Gloucs. School, Bristol Grammar (Mr R. L. 
Leighton). Matric. Michs. 1893; Stewart of Rannoch Scholar, 
1895; B.A. 1896; M.A. igoo. Assistant Master at the 
Cathedral School, Bristol, 1898-1904; at Bristol Grammar 
School, 1904-. (Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

PARKER, HERBERT FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Dec. 22, 1892. S. of the Rev. [Arthur] W[imam] (Lincohi 
College, Oxford, 1859), of Rowledge vicarage, Famham, 
Surrey. [School, Marlborough College.] Matric. Michs. 1893; 
Exhibitioner, 1892; Scholar, 1895; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., 
Pt I, 1st Class) 1896; M.B. and B.Chir. 1899; M.D. 1902. 
Entrance Scholar, St Bartholomew's Hospital, 1896. 
M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1899. House Surgeon at St Bartholo- 
mew's Hospital. House Physician, Wolverhampton and 
Staffs. General Hospital. Practised at Guildford, from 1900. 
Physician and House Surgeon, Royal Surrey County Hos- 
pital, Guildford. Author, medical. Retired to Red Cap 
Cottage, Bramley, Surrey, where he died Jan. 19, 1947. 
(Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Medical Directories; The Times, 
Jan. 22, 1947.) 

PARKER, HERBERT LESLIE. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1894. Of Lancashire. S. of — , cashier. B. Aug. 7, 

1872, at Waterloo, near Liverpool. School, Liverpool College. 
Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897. Ord. deacon (Liverpool) 
1898; priest (Bp. Royston) 1899; C. of St Leonard's, Bootle, 
Lanes., 1898-1901. Chaplain, H.M. Cadet Ship Conway, and 
Chaplain to the Mersey Mission to Seamen, 1901-10. Acting 
C.F., 1910-11; C.F., 1911; at Chatham, 1910-13; at Malta, 
1913-14. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Chaplain, 
R.A.C.D.; mentioned in despatches, 1915 and 1916). Of 
Ozier HiU, Taghmon, Co. Wexford, Ireland, in 1947. (School- 
masters' Directories; Univ. War List; Crockford.) 

PARKER, HERBERT WALLIS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Mag- 
dalene, Sept. 30, 1886. S. of Charles, of North Brink, 
Wisbech, Cambs. School, Wisbech. Matric. Michs. 1886; 
B.A. 1889. Ord. deacon (Ely), 1891; priest, 1892; C. of Eku, 
Cambs., 1891-4. C. of St Mary's, Bury St Edmund's, 1895-6. 
C. of All Saints, Newmarket, 1897-9. C. of Heydon, Cambs., 
1899-1903. C. of Sawbridgeworth, Herts., 1903-9. C. of 
Springfield, Essex, 1909-13. R. of Fransham, Norfolk, 
1913-18. V. of Docking, 1918-20. Died Aug. 21, 1920, 
aged 52, at Thorpe Morieux. (Crockford; The Guardian, 
Sept. 3, 1920.) 

PARKER, HUGH. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 13, 1789. 
Of Yorkshire. [2nd, but eldest surv. s., of John, Esq. 
(University College, Oxford, 1746), of Woodthorpe (and 
Alice, dau. of Hugh Marshall, of Horsforth, Leeds). B. 
Sept. 11, 1772, at Woodthorpe.] Matric. Michs. 1790; B.A. 
1794. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 12, 1790. D.L. for the 
West Riding, 1796; J. P., 1799; Chairman of Quarter Sessions. 
Capt., Sheffield Squadron, S.W. Yorks. Yeomanry, 1803. 
Partner in Sheffield Old Bank, from 1802 until 1843, when 
the bank stopped and he withdrew into retirement, having 
lost his fortune. Afterwards of Woodthorpe, near Sheffield. 
Married, Sept. 20, 1798, at Hemsworth, Mary, eldest dau. 
of Samuel Walker, of Masborough. Died Nov. 15, 1861, at 
18, South Parade, Doncaster. Portrait in the Hall of the 
Cutler's Company, Sheffield. Father of Samuel (1819). 
(Boase, vi; 355; Inns of Court; G. Mag., 1862, i. 96-8; 
Hunter, Hallamshire; P. J. Wallis.) 

PARKER, ISAAC. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Peterhouse, 
May 25, 1789. Of Buckinghamshire. School, Wreay, Cum- 
berland. 

PARKER, JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 17, 1815. 
Of Lancashire. Matric. Michs. 1815. Kept seven terms. 



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PARKER, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 11, 
1821 [2nd] s. of Charles S[tuart], of Blochaim, near Glasgow 
(and Margaret, dau. of the Rev. George Rainy). B. [1803], 
in Glasgow. School, Glasgow. Matric. Michs. 1821; B.A. 
(7tk Wraneler) 1825; M.A. 1828. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
May 19, 1824. Called to the Bar, Feb. 6, 1829. Equity 
draftsman and conveyancer. On the Northern Circuit. Q.C., 
1844. Married, June 2, 1829, Mary, 3rd dau. of Thomas 
Babington, M.P., of Rothley Temple, Leics. Of Rothley 
Temple which he purchased from the family of his wite. 
Knighted (at Windsor Castle), Oct. 23, 185 1. Vice-ChanceUor 
of England, 1851; 'gave promise of a most bnlhant career, 
but died after only 10 months in office.' Died at Rothley 
Temple Aug. 13, 1852, from angina pectoris; buried in the 
chapel there. Father of George B. (1857) and Harry R. 
(1S55); brother of Patrick (1831). {Boase, 11. 1344; Lmv 
Lists; Inns of Court; D.N.B.) 

PARKER JAMES. Adm. pens, at St Cath.\rine's, Apr. 10, 
1830 B. at Field-gate, Giggleswick, Yorks. Matnc. Michs. 
1830- BA. 1834; M.A. 1837. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1834; 
priest 1835. P.C. of St Mary's, Preston, Lanes., 1838-42. 
V of' EUerbume, Yorks., 1842-57- P C. of Taddington, 
Derbs., 1857-65. Subsequently of Norton, Malton, Yorks. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1879. 

PARKER (post DEARDEN), JAMES WILLIAM. Adm. pens at 
Trinity Oct. 7,1892. S. of James Griffith (i857,SM6Dearden) 
of Walc'ot Hall, Stamford, Lines. B. [Nov. 8], 1872, in 
London. School, Haileybury. Matnc. Michs. 1892; B.A. 
1896, as J. W. Dearden. 

PARKER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, May 29 
1 754 S of William, attomey-at-law, of Northants. B. at 
Peterborough. School, Grantham, Lines. Matnc. Michs. 
1754; Scholar; B.A. 1759- Usher at Uppingham School. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln, Litt. dim. from Peterborough) Dec. 23, 1750; 
priest (Coventry and Lichfield, Litt. dim. from Lincoln) 
Feb 15 1761. V. of Slawston, Leics., 1761-1800. V. of 
Leake, Lines., 1764-77. R- of Rockingham, Northants., 
1777-97- R- of Lutton, Northants., 1797-1800. Died Apr. i, 
1800 aged 65, at Uppingham, where he had resided from 1761. 
(St John's Coll. Adm., iii. 629; Northants. Clergy; G. Mag., 
1800, I. 396.) 

PARKER, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Christ's, Oct. 2, 1771. 
S of Edward (1748), of Browshohne, Yorks. (and Barbara 
Fleming of Rydal). B. in London. School, Eton. Resided 
imtil 1774. M.P. for Chtheroe, 1780-2. Bow-bearer of 
BoUand Forest in the Duchy of Lancaster, 1 794-7- Mamed, 
1778 Beatrix, dau. of Thomas Lister, M.P., of Gisbome 
Park, York. Died May 25, i797. aged 42. in London; buned 
at W'addington, near Chtheroe. (Eton Coll. Reg.; Peile, 11. 
294; W. R. Wilhams, MSS.; Burke, L.G.) 

PARKER, The Rev. JOHN. B.A. 1785, incorp. from Oxford; 
M.A. from Clare, 1785- [S- of the Rev. John, of Newbold- 
upon-Avon, Warws.] Matric. from Queen's CoUege, Oxford, 
May 14, 1774; B.A. (Oxford) i774- R- of Bilton, Warws., 
and V. of Newbold-upon-Avon, 1787-1817- Died in 1817. 
(Al. Oxon.) 

PARKER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Feb. 11, 
1799 S. of John R[obert], of Sandbach, Cheshire. [Bapt. 
Oct. II, 1781.] School, Westminster. Matnc. Michs. 1800; 
B.A. 1803; M.A. 1806. (Record of Old Westminsters.) 

PARKER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Apr. 26, 
1852. S. of John Beilby. B. at Leeds. School, Kings 
College, London. Matric. Michs. 1852. 

PARKER, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 10, 1878; 
re-adm. sizar, Oct. 5, 1878. Of Yorkshire. S. of Michael, 
grocer [of Wigglesworth] (and Jane). B. [1859] at Long 
Preston Yorks. Bapt. Mar. 13, 1861. School, Giggleswick 
(MrG Style, M.A.). Matric. Michs. 1878; Scholar, 1880; B.A. 
(7th Wrangler) 1S82; M.A. 1890. Fellow, 1889-92. Assistant 
Master at Merchant Taylors' School, Crosby, Liverpool, 
1883. Author, Elementary Thermodynamics. Stated to have 
been so hurt by the criticisms of his book and of articles he 
had contributed to Nature, that ' he walked ofi his brother's 
farm [near Giggleswick], and since then nothing has been 
heard of him.' (Letter from Dr A. H. Style, 1936; Giggleswick 
Sch. Reg.) 

PARKER, JOHN LESLEY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. i, 
1888. [2nd] s. of Mr Parker [Robert Lesley (died 1881), of 
Somerset House, Newton Abbott (and Amelia, dau. of John 
Phillips, of Royston, Herts.)]. [B. July 16, 1871.] Matnc. 
Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893; M.A. 1900. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) 
1899; priest, 1900; C. of Lydney with Aylburton Gloucs., 
1899-^1902. C.of All Saints, Bristol, 1902-4. C. of Falmouth, 
ComwaU, 1904-11. V. of Gwennap, 1911-25-^ Served in the 
Great War 1914-19 (T.C.F., 1917-19)- V. of Lanteglos-by- 



Parker, Philip A'Morley 

Fowey, Cornwall, 1925-47. Married, Jan. 23, 1907, Mary, 
Sophia, dau. of the Rev. Francis Thomas Bedford Willesford, 
V. of Awliscombe, Devon, and had issue. Latterly of Tor- 
quay. Died Apr. 16, 1951. (Crockford; Burke, L.G.; Fox- 
Davies, Armorial Families; The Times, Apr. 18, 195 1.) 

PARKER, JOHN SCOTT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 18, 
1892. [2nd] s. of the Rev. Charles Joseph (1863), of Cathedral 
House, Gloucester (and Susanna, dau. of the Rev. Canon 
John Scott). B. [Dee. 15], 1872, at Watford, Herts. School, 
Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs. 1892. A fruit and flower 
farmer. Served with the Imperial War Graves Commission, 
1917-34; maker of British War Cemeteries in France, 
Flanders, and Italy, 'which for beauty, simpUeity, and 
economy are without comparison anywhere in the world.' 
O.B.E., 1924. Married, June 26, 1900, Beatrice Elinor 
Wyndham, 2nd dau. of Sir Arthur Moseley Channell, some- 
time Judge of the High Court of Justice, and had issue. Died 
Feb. II, 1938, at Upton House, Bitton, Bristol. (Cheltenham 
Coll. Reg.; Walford, County Families; Burke, L.G.; The 
Times, Feb. 14, and Mar. 8, 1938.) 

PARKER, JOSEPH. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Christ's, Apr. 12, 
1839. [School, Charterhouse.] Matric. Michs. 1839. Migrated 
to Downing, Jan. 22, 1840. Married, 1842, Jane, dau. of 
John Jackson, of Bryanston Square, London. Sometime of 
Mitre Court Buildings, Temple; afterwards of 13, Dorset 
Square. (Peile, 11. 464; R. L. Arrowsmith.) 

PARKER, MACKWORTH PRAED. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 12, 1885. S. of Admiral George, of Delamore, ivybridge, 
Devon. B. there [Sept. 23], 1865. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1885; B.A. 1892. Of Moorcross, Ivybridge. Partner 
in Messrs Harris, Bulteel and Co., bankers, of Pl>Tnouth. 
J. P. for Devon. Died Nov. 4, 1926, at Glitters, Sheepstor, 
Devon. (Eton Sch. Lists; The Times, Nov. 6, 1926.) 

PARKER, MARCUS AURELIUS. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Mar. 28, 1803; from University College, Oxford, whence he 
had matrie. May 9, 1799, age 20. [S. of the Rev. John (Univ. 
College, Oxford, 1746), of York. B. there. School, Man- 
chester.] Matric. Easter, 1803; B.A. 1804. Ord. deacon 
(York) Oct. 16, 1803; priest, July 8, 1804; C. of St Helen's, 
Stoneygate, York, 1803-5. C. of Louth, Lines., 1805-14. 
C. of Warborough, Oxon., 1814-30. Married, Aug. 1805, 
Miss • — Early, of Louth, and had issue. Died May 23, 1830, 
at Warborough, after a paralytic stroke, leaving his family 
very destitute. (Manchester Sch. Reg.; Al. Oxon.; G. Mag., 
■ 1830, I. 649.) 

PARKER (post SKOTTOWE-PARKER), NEVILLE SKOT- 
TOWE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Aug. 18, 1884. [Elder] 
s. of John George Newsome, Esq. (and Sarah Johnson Topp). 
B. June 25, 1865, at Passage West, Cork, Ireland. Matric. 
Michs. 1884; LL.B. 1887, as Skottowe- Parker. Adm. at 
Gray's Inn, Aug. 25, 1885. Called to the Bar, May 11, 1892. 
Of Waterview, Passage West, Co. Cork. Died, unmarried, 
Aug. 13, 1901; buried at sea off the west coast of Africa. 
(Burke, L.G. of Ireland, which gives 'B. i860'; Law Lists; 
Inns of Court.) 

PARKER, OWEN FORTRIE. Adm. at Caius. Oct. 2, 1899. 
S. of Orfleur, late Lieut., 60th Rifles. B. Aug. 24, 1879, in 
New Zealand. School, Newton College, S. Devon. Matric. 
Miehs. 1899; B.A. 1902; M.A. 1906. A.R.S.M., 1905. En- 
gaged in mining work at Cobalt, Ontario, 1908-10. Research 
chemist to G. T. Holloway, Ltd., 1912-13. Assistant 
Inspector of munitions for the British Government in the 
U.S.A., 1915-18. Assistant Chemist (later Assistant Works 
Manager) to Duram, Ltd., makers of electric lamp filaments, 
1919-23; retired. (Venn, in. 398.) 

PARKER, PATRICK. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Jan. 31, 
1831. [4th] s. of Charles Stuart (and Margaret, dau. of the 
Rev. George Rainy). B. in Glasgow. School, Shrewsbury. 
Matrie. Michs. 1831; B.A. 1835. 'Died, unmarried.' Brother 
of James (1821). (Shren'sbury Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G.) 

PARKER, PHILIP A'MORLEY. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Jan. 23, 1895. S. of Phihp Reginald Hastings, Post-Captain, 
R.N., of the barracks, Hobart, Tasmania (and Georgina 
Jane Smith). B. May 31, 1S72, at Greenwich hospital. 
Schools, Ormond College, Melbourne (Mr J. H. MacFarland), 
Cheltenham College and City and Guilds Institute. Passed 
for R.M..'\. Woolwich, but did not proceed there. Matric. 
Lent, 1895; Scholar, 1895; B.A. (12th Wrangler) 1897. 
M.I.C.E. In consulting practice in London and Cardiff. 
Engineer in the Indian Irrigation Service. Assistant resident 
Engineer, Staines reservoir. Chief of Constructional Staff, 
Sydney underground railway. Author, The Control of Water. 
Died Aug. 4, 1920, at Kuala Lumpur, Federated Malay 
States. Brother of Aubrey H. (1896). (Cheltenham Coll. 
Reg.; The Times, Aug. 7, 1920; City and Guilds Reg.) 



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PARKER, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, May 2, 
1833. Of Yorkshire. [2nd s. of John Toulson, of Skipwith 
(who assumed the surname of Toulson). B. Jan. 20, 1809.] 
Matric. Michs. 1833; Scholar, 1834; B.A. 1837; M.A. 1840. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1837; priest, 1839; C. of Gunby, 
Lines., 1837-52, C. of Bratoft, 1839-44, and C. of Orby, 
1844-52. R. of Well with Claxby and V. of Dexthorpe, 1852- 
87. J.P.forLindsey. Married (i) Oct. 14, 1841, Harriet Emma, 
dau. of George Gowan.H.E.I.C.S.; (2) May 2, 1855, Elizabeth, 
dau. of Robert Aston Coffin, of Worthing, Sussex. Died 
Feb. 23, 1887, aged 78, at Claxby rectory. Father of Edmund 
H. (1882), George A. (1861) and Robert J. (1876). (Crockford; 
Burke, P. and B.; The Guardian, Mar. 2, 1887; C. R. 
Hudleston.) 

PARKER, RICHARD GAZELY. Matric. Non-CoU., Lent, 1876. 
S. of John. B. Mar. i, 1851, at Bristol. School, Bnstol 
Grammar. Migrated to Christ's; B.A. 1879; M.A. 1912. 
Ord. deacon (Truro) 1879; priest, 1881; C. of Southill, 
1879-81. C. of Probus, 1881-6. C. of St Columb Major, 
1886-91. V. of Davidstow, 1891-8. V. of Mylor, 1898-1924. 
Latterly of Gwel-an-Mor, Mylor, where he died Jan. 6, 1936. 
(Boase,' CoUeU. Cornub., 652; Peile, 11. 651; Crockford; The 
Times, Jan. 9, 1936.) 

PARKER, ROBERT. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Sidney, Dec. 23, 
1786. S. of Robert, lawyer, of Halifax, Yorks. B. there, 
Aug. 5, 1759. Schools, Hipperholme (Mr SutcUfEe) and 
Manchester (Mr Lawson). Matric. Lent, 1787- 

PARKER, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Queens', May 8, 1791- 
[2nd s. of Thomas, Esq. (1752), of Park Hall, Staffs, (and 
Mary, dau. of Thomas Hawe).] Matric. Michs. 1791. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, Jan. 23, i795- 'Died, unmairied.' 
(Burke, P. and B.; Inns of Court.) 

PARKER, ROBERT DERWENT. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1890. 
S. of Robert, bank-manager, of Buxton. B. Feb. 6, 1872, at 
Chesterfield. Schools, Parkhurst, Buxton, and Sandbach 
Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893; M.B. and 
B.Chir. 1897; M.A. and M.D. 1901. At St Bartholomew's 
Hospital; House Surgeon there. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1896. 
Practised at Caledon, S. Africa. Plague Medical Officer, 
Cape Town. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt. and 
Major, S. African Medical Corps). Of Letchworth, Herts., in 
1930. O.B.E. Of Cape Town in 1951. (Venn, 11. 515; Univ. 
War List; Medical Directories.) 

PARKER, ROBERT JOHN. Adm. at Trinity, 1876. [3rd] s. 
of the Rev. Richard (1833), R. of Claxby, Lines. B. Feb. 25, 
1857. Schools, Westminster and Eton. Minor Scholar, 1876. 
Did not reside. Adm. at King's, Oct. 13, 1876. Matric. 
Michs. 1876; Browne medal, 1878; B.A. ((>th Classic) 1880; 
M.A. 1883. Fellow of King's, 1881-5. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, Nov. 3, 1883. Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 1883. Junior 
Equity Counsel to the Treasury, 1900-6. Bencher. Judge 
of the High Court, 1906-13. Knighted, 1906. Created Lord 
Parker of Waddington, Yorks., 1913. Lord of Appeal in 
Ordinary, 1913-18. P.C, 1913. Deputy High Steward of 
the University, 1915-18. President of the Judiciary Corn- 
mittee (2nd Div.) of the Privy Council, 1916. Noted for his 
masterly conduct of hearing of Prize appeals during the 
War of 1914-19. Brought before House of Lords the detailed 
scheme for formation of the League of Nations, 1918. 
Married, Sept. 9, 1884, Constance, dau. of John Trevor 
Barkley, of Ponsonby Hall, Cumberland, and had issue. 
Resided at Aldworth, Haslemere, Surrey, where he died 
July 12, 1918. Half-brother of George A. (1861) and brother 
of Edmund H. (1882). (Record of Old Westminsters; Law 
Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; Burke, P. and B.; 
Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Who was Who; D.N.B.; 
King's Coll. Reg.) 

PARKER, ROBERT MONTGOMERY BIRCH. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, June 25, 1900. [6th] s. of Samuel Sandbach, of 
The Cottage, Aigburth, Liverpool (and his 2nd wife, Emily 
Ethel, dau. of Major-General Frederick Macdonald Birch). 
B. [Feb. 17], 1880, in Liverpool. School, Winchester. Matric. 
Michs. 1900. Adm. at the Inner Temple. Called to the Bar, 
Nov. 19, 1906. Lieut., R.F.A. Of Ware, Herts. Married, 
Apr. 22, 1908, Eva Mary, dau. of Charles Edward Wode- 
house, of Woolmer's Park, Herts. Died Oct. 21, 1941. 
[Winchester Coll. Reg.; Law Lists; Burke, L.G.; The Times, 
Oct. 28, 1941.) 

PARKER, ROGER. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Dec. 12, 1899. 
S. of Robert. B. [Feb. 21, 1881], at Chesterfield. Schools, 
Park Hurst, Buxton, Bedales and Hayward's Heath. Matric. 
Michs. 1900; B.A. 1904. Of Icknield, Baldock, Herts., in 
1912. (Peile, II. 837.) 



Parker, Walter 

PARKER, ROGERS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity Hall, 

June 13, 1761. 
PARKER, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 18, 1819. 

S. of Hugh (1789), Esq., of Woodthorpe, near Sheffield. 

School, Repton. Died Oct. 4, 1864, at Great Malvern, Worcs. 

(Repton Sch. Reg.) 

PARKER, THOMAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', Jan. 13, 
1752. [Elder s. of the Rt. Hon. Sir Thomas (for whom see 
D.N.B.), Chief Baron of the Exchequer, of Park Hall, StaSs. 
(and his ist wife, Anne, dau. of James Whitehall, of Pipe 
Ridware, Staffs.). B. Sept. 28, 1732.] Matric. Lent, 1752. 
Succeeded to Park Hall, Staffs., 1784. High Sherifi of Stags., 
1786. Married, May 2, 1764, Mary, dau. of Thomas Hawe, 
of Walsall. Died Dec. 2, 1797. Father of Robert (1791)- 
(Burke, P. and B.; G. Mag., i797, n. 1075) 

PARKER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 18, 
1790. [4th] s. of Kenyon, of Sheffield. [B. May 29, 1772.] 
School, Sheffield. Matric. Michs. 1790; Scholar, 1793; B.A. 
(4h Wrangler) 1795; M.A. 1798. Fellow, 1797. Adm. at 
Gray's Inn, June 17, 1795. CaUed to the Bar, Nov. 21, 1804. 
Equity Draftsman. Bencher, 1829; Treasurer, 1832-4 and 
1856. Of 6, Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, and of Brunswick 
Square, London. Married Mary Burley, of Aston, Yorks. 
Died Feb. 27, i860, at Ashtead, Surrey. Father of Charles 
(1828) and Edward (1823); brother of Francis (1781). (Boase, 
VI, 356; Inns of Court; G. Mag., i860, I. 419; P. J. Wallis; 
Hunter, Hallamshire.) 

PARKER, THOMAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, July 8, 
1802. Possibly the man of these names, 4th s. of George, of 
Newton Hall, Cheshire, who was adm. at the Middle Temple, 
July 13, 1804. (Law Lists; Inns of Court.) 

PARKER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Magdalene, 
May 10, 1839. S. of [the Rev.] John Fleming (Brasenose 
College, Oxford, 1801) [P.C] of Waddington, Yorks. B. 
there. School, Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 1839. (Sedbergh 
Sch. Reg.) 

PARKER, THOMAS GOULBURNE (or GOULBORNE). Adm. 
Pens, at Trinity, Mar. lo, 1837. [2nd s. of Edward, solicitor, 
of Selby Yorks. (and Ellen, only child of Ambrose WiUiam 
Barcroft, of Noyna (sic). Lanes.). B. Aug. 4, 1818. School, 
St Paul's.] Matric. Michs. 1837; B.A. 1841; M.A. 1844. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Mar. 30, 1835; at the Middle Temple, 
Dec. 10, 1841. CaUed to the Bar, June 10, 1841. Of Brows- 
holme Hall, Newton, and Alkincoats, Lanes. J. P. and D.L. 
for the W.R. of Yorks.; J. P. for Lanes. Hon. Lieut. -Col., 
5th R. Lanes. MiUtia. Married, Nov. 28, 1845, Mary Ann, 
eldest dau. of John Francis Carr, of Carr Lodge, Horbur>', 
Yorks. Died Apr. 17, 1879. Brother of Edward (1841); 
father of Edward (1865). [St Paul's Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; 
Inns of Court; Burke, L.G.) 

PARKER, THOMAS HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 3, 
1881. S. of Henry, land-agent (and Elizabeth). B. at Sled- 
mere, Kirby Grindal, Yorks. Bapt. Mar. 5, 1862. School, 
Hereford Cathedral (Mr Tatham). Matric. Michs. 1881; 
Exhibitioner; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1889. Ord. deacon (Wor- 
cester) 1885; priest, 1886; C. of Rugby, 1885-96. C. of 
Kidderminster, 1896-1901. V. of Ettington, Warws., 
1901-12. C. and Suceentor of St Michael's, Coventry, 
1912-13. R. of Burwarton with Cleobury, Salop, 1915-32. 
Rural Dean of Stottesdon, 1916-32. Preb. of Hereford, 1926. 
V. of Breinton, Heref., 1932-8. Of Vineyard Croft, Hereford, 
in 1951. (Crockford.) 

PARKER, THOMAS JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 8, 
1824. S. of Thomas John. B. at Bath. Educated privately 
at Hampton. Matric. Easter, 1824. Kept one tenn. One of 
these names was a Comet, 13th Light Dragoons, 1826; 
Lieut., 1828. Died Feb. 13, 1843, aged 37. (G. Mag., 1843, 
I- 330O 

PARKER, THOMAS TOWNLEY. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 25) at 
Pembroke, May 15, 1786. [2nd] s. of Robert, of Cuerden 
Hall, Lanes, (and Anne, only dau. and sole heiress of Thomas 
Townley, of Royle, Lanes.). Had matric. from Brasenose 
College, Oxford, Mar. 27, 1779, age 18. Of Cuerden and 
Astley, Lanes. Succeeded his brother, Banaster. at Royle, 
1788. High Sheriff of Lanes., 1793-4- Married, Oct. 16, 1787, 
Susannah, only dau. and sole heiress of Peter Brooke, of 
Astley, Lanes., and had issue. Died Jan. 8, 1794. Grand- 
father of Arthur T. (1848). (Burke, L.G.; Al. Oxon.;G. Mag., 
1794, I- 90.) 

PARKER, WALTER. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Jan. 28, 1847; 
from Worcester College, Oxford, whence he had matric. 
(age 20), Nov. 13, 1845. Only s. of William, Esq. [of Shelton 
and] of Lichfield. B. Mar. 13, 1825. at Shelton. Schools, 
Newport and Wellington. Matric. Lent, 1847. Kept eleven 
terms. (Al. Oxon.; Peile, 11. 501.) 



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Parker, The Rev. William 

PARKER, The Rev. WILLIAM. D.D. 1769, incorp. from Oxford. 
[S of Moses, of St Michael's, Coventry, pleb. B. there, i7i4-3 
Matric. from Balliol CoUege, Oxford, July 6, 1731. age 17; 
BA (Oxford) 1735; M.A. (Oxford) 1738; B-D. (Oxford) 
1751; D.D. (Oxford) i754- F.R.S., 1746. R- of Bockleton, 
Heref Preb. of Hereford, i757-6o. Treasurer of Hereford 
Cathedral, 1760. R. of St James, Westminster, 1763-1802. 
PC of St Catherine Cree, 1752-1802. Chaplam m Ordmary 
to George II and George III. Chaplam to the Bishop of 
London. Preb. of St Paul's, 1762-76; Preb. of Lincohi, 1776. 
Married Mar>- WhitweU (post Griffin), who, on the death of her 
brother Lord Howard de Walden, i797, succeeded to a large 
fortune. Author, Sermons. Died July 22, 1802, at his house 
in PiccadUly. {Al. Oxon.; G. Mag., 1802, n. 694; D.N.B.; 
Hennessey.) 
PARKER, WILLIAM. Adm. at Christ's, Sept. 12, i795- S. of 
Tohn formerly of Jamaica. Matric. Michs. 1796; Scholar, 
1796-' BA. (9th Wrangler) iSoo; M.A. 1803. Ord. deacon 
(Ely)' 1801; priest, 1802; C. of Longstowe and Croxton, 
Cambs R. of St Ethelburga's, Bishopsgate, 1807-43. Preb. 
of St Paul's, 1833-43- Secretary (for 32 years) to the 
S P C K Married, 1807, Ann, dau. of the Rev. Dr Gaskm. 
Died Jan. 15, 1843, aged 65, at IsUngton. Father of William 
G. (1828) and of George H. (1839). (Peile, 11. 340.) 
PARKER WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Pembroke, June 
26 1800 Eldest s. of the Rev. WiUiam (?i769) of London. 
B ' at Worcester. [School, Merchant Taylors' ; ' b. May 3, 
1781 '1 Migrated to Emmanuel, Oct. 11, 1800. Matric. 
Mich's. 1800; B.A. 1804; M.A. 1807; B.D. 1814. FeUow of 
Emmanuel, 1806. (Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.) 
PARKER, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 24, 1806. 
S ofTimothy, Esq., of Coniston.Waterhead, Lanes. B. there. 
Mar. 29, 1787. School, Macclesfield. Did not reside. Brother 
of Edward (1808). 
PARKER, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, July 3, 

1828. Of Gloucestershire. 
PARKER, WILLIAM. Adm. at Trinity Hall, June 12, i860. 

Name withdrawn before residence. 
PARKER WILLIAM FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Tune 13 1893. S. of Commander John Harry Eyres, of Ware 
Park Herts. B. Nov. 29, 1873, at Ware. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1893. Of The Manor, Temple-Sowerby 
Westmorland, and Ware Park, Herts. J.P. for Herts. Died 
Oct. 15, 1929, at Wimbledon. (2 he Times, Oct. 17, 1929-) 
PARKER WILLIAM GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
July 7, 1828. S. of the Rev. WiUiam (i795), of 5. Astley s 
Row Islington, London (and Ann). B. Sept. 6, 1810, in 
Islington. School, Charterhouse. Matnc. Michs. 1829; 
Scholar, 1829; B.A. 1833; M.A. 1838. Ord. priest (Ely, Litt. 
dim. from Peterb.) Dec. 3, 1837. V. of Bulkmgton, Warws., 
1840-S4. Married, Jan. i, 1839, at Uppmgham, Anne Jane, 
eldest dau. of the Rev. John GUes Dimock, R. of Uppingham. 
Died Mar. i, 1854. Brother of George H. (1839). (List of 
Carthusians; Scott, MSS.; Clergy List; Oloucs. holes and 
Queries, v. 246; G. Mag., 1854, i. 552.) 
PARKER, WILLIAM HAMOND (1845), see PARKER-HAMOND. 
PARKER, WILLIAM HARRIS. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 24) at 
St Catharine's, June 26, 1819. S. of Thomas, of Cumber- 
land B at Southall, London. School, Hounslow (Dr Scott). 
Matric. Michs. 1819. Migrated to Downing, Dec. 20, 1821; 
B A 1823- M.A. 1826. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 21, 1823; 
priest Dec. 19, 1824. C. of Newport, Isle of Wight, -1841. 
PC of St Paul's, vVhippingham, 1844-53. Married, June 16, 
1825 Ann Montagu, widow of Thomas Murthwaite Parker, 
of Park Nook, Cumberland. Died Oct. i, 1853, 'aged 61,' 
at Newport, Isle of Wight. {Clergy List; C. R. Hudleston; 
G. Mag., 1853, II. 648.) 
PARKER, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 2, 
1868 S. of the Rev. John Henr>-, of Calcutta. B. there, 
.■Vug. 5, 1849. School, Bedford (Mr Fanshawe). Matnc. 
iylichs. 1868; B.A. 1872; M.A. 1876. 
PARKER WILLIAM HYDE. Adm. at Clare, June 17, 1882. 
r-nd but ist surv., s. of Sir William, 9tli Bart., of Melford 
Hall' Long Melford, Suffolk (and Sophia Mary, dau. of 
Nathaniel Bamardiston, of The Ryes, Sudbury, Suffolk). 
B Apr 8 1863. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 
1885- MA. 1890. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 1886; pnest, 1887; 
C of Wokingham, Berks., 1886-90. Domestic Chaplain to 
the Bishop of the Barbados, 1890-1. Succeeded his father 
at Melford Hall as loth Bart., 1891. Alderman of the W^t 
Sufiolk County Council. J.P. for Suffolk. Master of the 
Ne\vmarket and Thurlow Foxhounds, 1902-6.^ Mamed, 
Nov 18 1890, Ethel O., dau. of John Leech, of Gorse Hall, 
Dukinfield, Cheshire, and had issue. Died Feb. 16, 1931, at 
Long Melford. (Burke, P. and B.; G.E.C.; Fox-Davies, 
Arrnorial Families; Crockford; Who was Who; The Times, 
Feb. 17, 1931O 



Parkes, Francis William 

PARKER, WILLIAM LEA AFFLECK. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Magdalene, Mar. 26, 1830. S. of William, merchant, of 
London (and Anne Priestley). School, private. Matric. 
Michs. 1832; B.A. 1836. Ord. deacon (Archbishop of Can- 
terbury) 1837; priest, 1839. P.C. of Wednesfield, Staffs., 
1839-49. C. of Combe-Hay, Somerset, 1850-1. C. of 
Winterboume-Zelstone, Dorset, 1855-8. R. of Fifehead- 
Neville, 1867-82. Disappears from Clergy List, 1883. 

PARKER, WILLIAM RUSHTON. .\dm. (age 17) at Caius, 
July 5, 1871. S. of Edward, surgeon, of Liverpool. B. at 
Kirkdale, near Liverpool. School, Epsom College. Matric. 
Michs. 1871; B.A. 1875; M.B. 1880; M.A. 1882; M.D. 
1886. At University CoUege Hospital. M.R.C.S., 1&79; 
L.M.K.Q.C.P. (Ireland) 1885. House Physician, Northern 
Hospital, Liverpool. Assistant, Rotunda Hospital, DubUn. 
Clinical .Assistant, Royal London Ophthalmic Hospital. 
Subsequently in practice at Kendal; retired, 1913. Author, 
medical. Died Nov. 22, 1943, at Kendal. Brother of Frank 

A. (1873). (Venn, u. 397; Medical Directories; The Times, 
Nov. 24, 1943.) 

PARKER, WILLIAM RUSSELL. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Jan. 30, 1832. Of Canterbury. Matric. Michs. 1832; 
Scholar, 1833; B.A. 1836; M.A. 1839. Ord. deacon (London, 
Litt. dim. from Canterbury) Dec. 18, 1836; priest (Canter- 
bury) 1837; C. of Boxley, Kent, 1836-40. C. of SeUing, 
1840-2. C. of Linton, 1842-9. C. of Pembur:--, 1849-53. 
R. of WUUngale-Spain, Essex, 1853-90. Died .\pr. 17, 1890, 
aged 77. (Crockford; The Guardian, Apr. 23, 1890.) 

PARKER, WINDSOR DUNCAN. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Magdalene, Oct. 7, 1898. [Eldest] s. of Duncan, M.R.C.S., 
of Clopton Hall, Woolpit, Suffolk (and Margaret Fanny, dau. 
of Henry le Hemp Cocksedge, of Drinkstone House, Suffolk). 

B. Mar. 22, 1878. School, Fauconberge, Beccles. Matric. 
Michs. 1898. Succeeded to Clopton Hall, Woolpit, in 1913. 
J.P. for SufloUc, 1917. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Hon. Lieut., R..\.S.C. (T.F. Res.)). Married, Aug. 18, 1915, 
AUce Muriel, only dau. of Lieut. -Col. Henry Evan PateshaU 
PateshaU, of AUensmore Court, Heref., and had issue. Died 
Apr. 6, 1940, at The Grange, Woolpit; buried at Rattlesden. 
(Univ. War List; Burke, L.G.; Walford, County Families 
(sub his mother); 2 he Times, Apr. 9, 1940.) 

PARKER-HAMOND, WILLIAM (1845), see HAMOND. 

PARKER-HAMOND, WILLIAM. P. (1812), see HAMOND. 

PARKER-SMITH, GEORGE HENRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Mar. 26, 1898. S. of Michael. B. at Rio de Janeiro, BraziL 
Schools, private. Did not reside. 

PARKER-SMITH, ROBERT (1900), see SMITH, ROBERT P. 

PARKES, CHARLES WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Trinity, 
Sept. 30, 1900. S. of Henry, of Stourport, Worcs. B. [May 21], 
1S78, at Canton. School, Kingswood, Somerset. [B.Sc, 
London, 1897.] Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. (10th Wrangler) 
1903; M.A. 1910. Assistant Master at Felsted School, 
1904-5; at Fettes CoUege, Edinburgh, 1905-7; at the Royal 
Naval CoUege, Dartmouth, 1907-10; at Merchant Taylors' 
School, 1911-19. H.M. Inspector (Secondary Schools 
Branch), Board of Education. O.B.E. Latterly of 17, Mor- 
land Avenue, Leicester. Died Jan. 25, 1946. (Al. Felsted.; 
Schoolmasters' Directories; The Times, Jan. 28, 1946.) 

PARKES, EDWARD BAYLEY HADDEN. Adm. pens, (age 18) 
at Jesus, Oct. 1886. [Yst.] s. of the Rev. Samuel Hadden 
(1850). B. [i867],atSt Leonards-on-Sea. Schools [Tonbridge 
and] Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1886; B..\. 1889. A tea-planter 
in Assam until 1899. Served in the South African War as 
a Trooper in Lumsden's Horse; Assistant Director of Civil 
SuppUes, 1901. Joined the CivU .Administration of the 
Transvaal, 1903. Superintendent, Veterinary Research 
Laboratories of S. Africa, 1905-23. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Capt., R..\.S.C.; in the German S.W. Africa cam- 
paign and, later, in France; wounded). Of 12, Chilton 
Avenue, Bushey, Herts., in 1948. (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; 
Harrow Sch. Reg.; Univ. War List.) 

PARKES, FRANCIS WILLIAM. .Adm. pens, at Trinity, June i, 
1880. S. of Charles Henry, of ' Netherfield,' Weybridge, 
Surrey. B. there [Dec. 5], 1861. School, Repton. Matnc. 
Michs. 18S0; B..\. 1884; Bumey prize, 18S4 and 1885; M.A. 
1887. Ord. deacon (London) 1887; priest, 1888; C. of 
St Andrew's, Westminster, 1887-90. C. of Holton, Suffolk, 
1890-4. C. (and Clerk-in-Orders) of St James's, Westminster, 
1894-7; Preacher and Assistant there, 1897-1902. C. of 
St George-the-Martyr, Southwark, 1904-19. Died suddenly, 
Oct. 20, 1919, at Worthing. Brother of Septimus .A. (1887). 
(Repton Sch. Reg.; Crockford; The Times, Oct. 25, 1919.) 



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Parkes, Harry Stanley 

PARKES, HARRY STANLEY. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1892. 
S. of Frank, Esq., of Blossomfield, Walmesley, Erdmgton, 
near Birmingham. School, Solihull Grammar. Matric. Michs. 
1892; B.A. 1895. A solicitor in Birmingham. Not in Laia 
List, 1900. 

PARKES, HENRY ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Dec. 27, 1864. S. of the Rev. William Joseph (1832), of 
Hilgay, near Downham Market, Norfolk. B. there, Nov. 16, 
1846. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1865. Died before 
1886. Brother of WiUiam H. (1862). (Rugby Sch. Reg.) 

PARKES, HERBERT EDGAR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Sept. 30, 1900. [Yst.] s. of Ebenezer [M.P.], of 'Oak Grange," 
Edgbaston, Birmingham. B. Feb. 15, 1882, in Birmingham. 
School, The Leys, Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 
1903; M.A. 1907. Of Darley Ash, Bovingdon, Hemel Hemp- 
stead, in 1946. 

PARKES, JOHN TERTIUS. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 13, 

1839. Of Devon. No residence recorded. Died 1840, in 
Great Coram Street, London, aged 20. (G. Mag., 1840, i. 
441.) 

PARKES, SAMUEL HADDEN. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Nov. ii, 
1850. School, King Edward's, Birmingham. Matric. Lent, 
1851; B.A. 1855; M.A. 1863. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1855; 
priest, 1856; C. of St George's, Wolverhampton, 1855-7. 
C. of St George's, Bloomsbury, 1857-65. P.C. of St Leonards- 
on-Sea, 1865-72. R. of Wittersham, Kent, 1872-1906. 
Rural Dean of South Lympne, 1877-1905. Author, Notes 
Archaeological and Historical about the Ancient Parish and 
Destroyed Parish Church of St Leonard juxta Hastings. Died 
May 14, 1906, at Wittersham rectory, aged 75. Father of 
Edward B. H. (1886). (Crockford; The Times, May 16, 1906.) 

PARKES, SEPTIMUS ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. I, 1887. Of Surrey. [7th] s. of Charles Henry, 
Esq., of Netherfield, Weybridge. B. there, Oct. 4, 1869. 
[School, Charterhouse.] Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890. 
A civil engineer. Died Jan. 13, 1903, at Brighton. Brother 
of Francis W. (1880). (Charterhouse Reg.; The Times, 
Jan. 16, 1903.) 

PARKES, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Queens', June i, 1844. 
[3rd s. of Thomas, Esq., of Stoke Newington; sometime of 
Betchworth, Surrey.] Matric. Michs. 1844; B.A. 1848; M.A. 
1857. Ord. deacon (Bp. of Manchester) 1850; priest, 1851; 
C. of Ashton-under-Lyne, Lanes., 1851-63. R. of Leaden 
Roding, Essex, 1864. Died there, Nov. 8, 1864, aged 38. 
{Clergy Lists; Crockford; O. Mag., 1864, 11. 797.) 

PARKES, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 16, 1885. 
S. of Mrs Parkes, of Throstle Nest, Ashton-under-Lyne. 
[Schools, Denstone College and Manchester Grammar.] 
Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1893. Assistant 
Master at Stamford Grammar School; at Bamsley and 
District Holgate Grammar School. Science Lecturer at 
Bamsley Technical School. Extension Lecturer, Sheffield 
University. (Denstone Coll. Reg.; Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

PARKES, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 20, 
1862. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. William Joseph (next), of 
Hilgay, Norfolk. B. there, Dec. 28, 1845. School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1863. Died Oct. 19, 1867. Brother of Henry 
A. (1864). (Rugby Sch. Reg.) 

PARKES, WILLIAM JOSEPH. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
May 24, 1832. S. of WilUam Joseph Henry. B. [Sept. 11, 
1814], at Bristol. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1832; 
B.A. 1836; M.A. 1839. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1838; priest, 

1840. Of Stockwell Hall, Billericay, Essex, in 1844. R. of 
Hilgay, Norfolk, 1845-72. Married Eliza, 2nd dau. of Thomas 
Fowlis. Died July 2, 1872, aged 58, at Engelberg, Switzerland; 
M.I. in Lucerne. Father of the above and of Henr>- A. 
(1864). (Crockford; Misc. Gen. et Her., 3rd Sen, IV. 159; J. B. 
Whitmore; Record of Old Westminsters.) 

PARKHURST, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Clare, May 11, 1776. 
[2nd s. of the Rev. John ( 1 745) , of Catesby Priory, Northants., 
(and Susannah, dau. of John Misters). B. c. 1758, at Epsom, 
Surrey. Schools, Harrow and Rugby.] Matric. Michs. 1776. 
Capt., Northants. MiUtia. Married Elizabeth Rymes. Died 
Oct. 31, 1792, aged 34. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Rugby Sch. Reg.; 
A. P. Burke, Family Records.) 

PARKIN, BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Magdalene, 
July 8, 1842. S. of James, Esq., of Ravenstonedale, West- 
morland. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1842; B.A. 
1846. 

PARKIN, BENJAMIN LEWIS. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 
1875. Matric. Michs. 1875; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1886. Ord. 
deacon (York) 1883; priest, 1884; C. of Kimberworth, Vorks., 
1883-6. Assistant Chaplain at St Petersburgh, 1886-7. C. of 
Ackworth, Yorks., 1887-92. C. of Hessle, 1892-6. V. of 
Brightside with Grimesthorpe, 1896-1905. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1906. 



Parkin, William 

PARKIN, HUGH DYNELY GOODERE. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
.Magdalene, Sept. 29, 1892. [S. of the Rev. Dynely Deane 
(St Bees), V. of Charing Heath, Kent (and Harriet M. J., 
dau. of Smytham Booty). B. Sept. 25, 1872.] School, 
Marlborough CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1892. Of Sharrow Bay, 
Penrith, Westmorland. Died Aug. 14, 1923, at 5c Mount 
Street, London. (Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Burke, L.G., for 
his father and three brothers.) 

PARKIN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Queens', Feb. 4, 1825. Of 
Cmnberland. B. 1803. Matric. Michs. 1825; B.A. {i6th 
Wrangler) 1829; M.A. 1832. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1832; 
priest, 1833; C. of Welhngton, Salop, 1832-8. V. of Halton, 
Hastings, 1838-87. Domestic Chaplain to Earl Waldegrave. 
Married, 1834, Emeha Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Sharpe. 
Died Sept. 7, 1887. Father of John S. (1862) and Thomas 
(1863). (Crockford; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The 
Guardian, Sept. 14, 1887.) 

PARKIN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 15, 1891. S. of 
William, of Blaithwaite [House], Carlisle. B. there, Jan. 25, 
1873. School, The Old Hall, Wellington, Salop. Matric. 
Michs. 1891; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., Ft I, ist Class) 1894; 
(Pt II, ist Class, 1895); M.A. 1898. Scientific assistant to 
the Director of the Govt. Botanical Gardens, Ceylon, 1898 9. 
Introduced the acetic acid method of coagulating rubber 
latex. Returned to England, 1900. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Major, Border Regt. (T.F.)). Member of Cumber- 
land County Council. Of 'Blaithwaite,' Wigton Road, 
Carlisle, in 1946. Brother of WilUam (1884). (Vniv. War 
List; C. R. Hudleston.) 

PARKIN, JOHN SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Clare, Oct. 1, 1862. 
[Eldest s. of the Rev. John (1825), of Halton Vicarage, 
Hastings. B. Dec. 11, 1843. School, Rugby.] Matric. Michs. 
1863; B.A. (nth Wrangler) 1867; M.A. 1870. FeUow, 1868. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 29, 1867. Called to the Bar, 
Apr. 30, 1870. Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer. Prac- 
tised at the Chancery Bar. A Commissioner under the 
Universities of Oxford and Cambridge Act, 1877. Married, 
1875, Ehzabeth Mary Whitefield, dau. of John Bradshaw, 
of Hampstead. Lived latterly at Amersham, Bucks., where 
he died June 13, 1931; buried there. Brother of Thomas 
(1863); father of Reginald T. (1900). (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Law 
Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, 
June 15, 1931.) 

PARKIN, JOSEPH TURTON. Matric. Non-Coil., Michs. 1878. 
S. of John. B. May 15, 1851, at Sheffield. School, Sheffield. 
Migrated to Christ's, Oct. 7, 1879; B.A. 1882; M.A. 1891. 
In his earUer years had been prominently associated with 
Wesleyanism in Sheffield. Ord. deacon (York) 1882; priest, 
1883; C. of St Philip's, Sheffield, 1882-92. C. of Heeley, 
Yorks., 1892-4. V. of Wadsley, 1894-1902. A very capable 
musician. Died Nov. 20, 1902, at Sheffield. (P. B. G. Binnall; 
Peile, II. 670; Crockford.) 

PARKIN, REGINALD THOMAS. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 12, 1900. 
[Yst. s. of John Samuel (1862) (and Elizabeth M. W. Brad- 
shaw). B. Apr. 12, 1882.] School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 
1900. Adm. SoUcitor, igo8. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(i2th Batt., Royal West Kent Regt; Lieut., 6th Batt., Rifle 
Brigade; employed War Office; wounded). Temporary Civil 
Servant (Foreign Office). Of Ehzabeth Cottage, Grimsdell 
Lane, Amersham, Bucks., in 1929. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Univ. 
War List; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families.) 

PARKIN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 14, 1863. 
[Younger] s. of the Rev. John (1825), V. of Halton, Sussex. 
B. [Feb. 3], 1845, at Hastings. School, Rugby. Matric. 
Michs. 1864; B.A. 1868; U.A. 1871. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, Nov. 21, 1870. Called to the Bar, Jan. 26, 1874- 
Of The Tarns, Holme St Cuthbert, Cumberland, and 'Fair- 
seat,' High Wickham, Hastings. F.R.G.S.; F.L.S. Lieut., 
Royal Cumberland Militia. J. P. for Sussex. Died Oct. 
10, 1932, and buried at Halton, Sussex. Brother of John S. 
(1862). (Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; 
Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The Times, Oct. 12, 1932.) 

PARKIN (post PARKIN-MOORE), WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, May 23, 1884. [Eldest] s. of WiUiam, of Blaithwaite, 
CarUsle (and Margaret, only dau. of Joseph Barnes). B. there, 
July 12, 1865. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1S84. Of 
WhitehaU, Mealsgate, Cariisle. J. P. and D.L. for Cumber- 
land; High Sheriff, 1899. .Authorized by Royal Licence to 
bear the arms of Moore and Parkin quarterly. Married 
(1) Sept. 12, 1888, Lucv Josephine, dau. of J. E. Cranage, 
of the Old Hall, WeUington, Salop, and had issue; (2) 1906, 
Margaret Helena, only dau. of A. M. Gordon, Esq., of Newton, 
Aberdeen, and had further issue. Died July 17, is)37- 
Brother of John (1891). (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Trin. Coll. 
Record; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families.) 



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PARKINS, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar at St John's, Mar. i6, 1791, 
as 'Thomas.' [S. of the Rev. Thomas.] B. at Chesham, 
Bucks. [Bapt. Feb. 19, 1773.] School, Charterhouse. Matric. 
Michs. 1791; Scholar, 1794; B.A. i795- Ord. deacon (London) 
Apr. 25, 1802; priest (Lincoln) June 12, :8o3; C. of St 
Michael, Comhill, London, 1802. V. of Preston Deanery, 
Northants., 1821-55, and P.C. of Horton and Piddington. 
Died Oct. 21, 1855. {St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 412; NoHhants 
Clergy, x. 181 (Samuel); Clergy List.) 

PARKINSON, ABRAHAM DUNLIN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, Mar. 8, 1828. S. of Abraham Dunlin. B. at Horn- 
castle, Lines. [May 23, 1809]. School, Louth Grammar. 
Matric. Michs. 1828; B.A. 1832. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1833; 
priest, 1833; C. of Wellingore, Lines., -1841. C. of Harr- 
ington, 1842-8. R. of Utterby, 1849-52. P.C. of Thomes, 
"Vorks., 1856-9. Married, 1841, Arabella Emily, dau. of the 
Rev. George Quilter, V. of Canwick, Lines. Died Dec. 2, 
1859. (Clergy Lists; G. Mag., i860, i. 189, which caUs him 
Abraham 'Burlin'; P. B. G. Binnall.) 

PARKINSON, ARTHUR MACKESON. Adm. pens, (age 15) at 
Jesus, July 7, 1824. Of Middlesex. [S. of John, of Sackville St., 
London. B. Feb. 14, 1809. School, Westminster.] Matric. 
Michs. 1826; B.A. 1831. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1835; priest 
(York) i836;C.of Cawthome, nearBamsley, Yorks., 1837-57. 
V. of Morley with Churwell, Yorks., 1857-77. Married Rebecca, 
dau. of W. Findlay. Died Jan. 16, 1877. {Record of Old West- 
minsters; Crockford; J. B. Whitmore.) 

PARKINSON, CHARLES MEREDITH OCTAVIUS. Adm. pens, 
(age 18) at Jesus, Oct. i, 1871. [Younger] s. of the Rev. 
Richard (Trinity College, Dublin, 1828), V. of Northaw, 
Herts., deceased (and Margaret, dau. of the Rev. W. C. 
Armstrong, R. of Moydow, Co. Longford). B. [July 3, 1852], 
at Lowestoft. School, Perse, Cambridge (the Rev. F. Hep- 
penstall). Matric. Michs. 1871; B.A. 1875; M.A. 1882. Ord. 
deacon (Oxford) 1875; priest, 1876; C. of Banbury, 1875-7. 
C. of Baldock, Herts., 1877-82. C. of St Oswald's, Chester, 
and Minor Canon of Chester, 1882-4. V. of Radlett, Herts., 
1884-98. V. of Rickinansworth, 1898-1916. Rural Dean of 
Watford, 1909-16. Hon. Canon of St Albans, 1914. Resided 
latterly at Bognor Regis, where he died Apr. 23, 1936. 
{Crockford; Who was Who; The Times, Apr. 25, 1936.) 

PARKINSON, EDGAR ANTHONY. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. I, 1894. Of London. [S. of Mrs Barry, The 
Yews, Bengeo, Herts.] B. Apr. 13, 1875, at 24, Kensington 
Gardens Square, London. School, Uppingham. Matric. 
Michs. 1894. An electrical engineer. {Uppingham Sch. Roll.) 

PARKINSON, FREDERICK WILTON. Adm. pens, at St 
Catharine's, Aug. 19, 1891. S. of the Rev. Richard (1845). 
B. [1872] at Nymet Rowland, Devon. [School, Crewkeme.] 
Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1900. Ord. deacon 
(Gloucester and Bristol) 1897; priest (Gloucester) 1898; C. of 
Charlton Kings, Gloucs., 1897-1903. C. of Harbome, Staffs., 
1903-6. C. of Ledbury, Heref., 1906-13. R. of Rodmarton, 
Gloucs., 1913-37. Disappears from Crockford, 1938. 

PARKINSON, GERALD ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Magdalene, Aug. i, 1895. S. of Thomas, of Woolfield 
House, Bury, Lanes. School, Heversham. Matric. Michs. 
1895; B.A. 1898; M.A. 1917. Assistant Master at Craigmore 
College, Stroud; at Eagle House, Sandhurst; at Roclaveston 
House School, Nottingham; at King's School, Rochester, 
1905-17. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 1917; priest, 1918; C. of 
Goring, Oxon., 1917-22. C. of Charlbury with Chadlington, 
1922-3. V. of Great Barrington with Taynton, Gloucs., 
1923-38. R. of Great Rissington, 1938-40. Perm, to off., 
dio. of Oxford, from 1940. Of Chadlington, Oxon, in 195 1. 
{Roffensian Reg.; Schoolmasters' Directories; Univ. War List; 
Crockford.) 

PARKINSON, ISAAC DUNLIN. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Jesus, 
July 4, 1832. Of Lincolnshire. S. of John [stuff-manu- 
facturer and dealer]. B. at Bolingbroke. School, Homcastle. 
Matric. Michs. 1832. (P. B. G. Binnall.) 

PARKINSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Sept. 22, 
1831. S. of Richard [of Kinnersley] (and Lucy, dau. of 
Admiral William Lechmere). B. at Hereford. From the 
Royal Military College, Sandhurst. Matric. Michs. 1831. Of 
Kinnersley Castle, Heref. Married, Jan. 5, 1842, Sarah 
Levine, dau. of Admiral Fowler, of WaUiscote, Oxon. Died 
Oct. 12, 1859. (F. P. White.) 

PARKINSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 12, 1857. 
[Only] s. of John [solicitor, late of Lincoln's Inn Fields], of 
HoUoway, Middlesex. B. Feb. 23, 1837, in London. School, 
London (private). Matric. Michs. 1857; B.A. 1861. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 10, 1859. {Inns of Court.) 



Parkinson, Stephen 

PARKINSON, JOHN ALLEN. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, 
Mar. 30, 1840. Of Lancashire. Matric. Michs. 1840; B.A, 
1844; M.A. 1850. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1845; priest, 1846; 
C. of Foulsham, Norfolk, 1846 52. R. of Hazeleigh, Essex, 
1852-69. Disappears from Crockford, 1870. 

PARKINSON, LOUIS COULSON. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Oct. 5, 1888. S. of WiUiam Coulson. B. [July 3, 1869], in 
London. Schools, New College, Eastbourne, and University 
College, London. Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891; M.A. rgoi. 
Entered the Baptist Ministry, 1895. Minister at George- 
street Church, Nottingham, 1895-1905; at Manvers-street 
Church, Bath, 1905-13; at Burlington Church, Ipswich, 
1913-27; at Woodford, 1927-31. Visited the Congo mission 
stations, 1919, and the Cameroons, as delegate of the Baptist 
missionary Society. Visited the West Indies to report on 
damage done to mission property by the hurricane of 1928. 
Died Dec. 29, 1931, at South Woodford. {Peile, 11. 745". 
The Times, Dec. 30, 1931.) 

PARKINSON, PERCY RICHARD. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1898. 
S. of Isaiah, of Burnley, Lanes. B. there [Nov. 19], 1879- 
Schools, Burnley and The Leys, Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 
1898; B.A. 1901; M.B. and B.Chir. 1907. At St Bartholo- 
mew's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1905- House Surgeon 
and House Physician, W. London Hospital. Practised at 
Burnley. Author, medical. Died May 23, 1910, at Burnley. 
{Venn, 11. 559; Medical Directories.) 

PARKINSON, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at St John's, Dec. 28, 
1815. Of Lancashire. [S. of John, of BUndhurst, Lanes. 

B. Sept. 17, 1797, at Woodgates, Admarsh, near Lancaster. 
Schools, Hawkshead and Sedbergh.] Matric. Michs. 1816; 
Scholar, 1819; B.A. 1820; M.A. 1824; Seatonian prize, 1830; 
B.D. 1838; D.D. {per Lit. Reg.) 1852. Hulsean Lecturer, 
1837-8. Master of Lea School, near Preston, 1820, for a 
short time. Edited the Preston Sentinel (a Conservative 
newspaper) during its one year's existence (1821), and was 
a frequent contributor to its successor, the Preston Pilot. 
Ord. deacon (Chester) Dec. 22, 1822; priest, Dec. 21, 1823; 

C. of St Michael's-on-Wyre, Lanes., 1823. Theological 
lecturer or tutor at St Bees College, Cumberland, from 
1826 to 1846. Canon of Manchester, 1830. P.C. of 
Whitworth, Lanes., 1830-41. Fellow of the Collegiate 
Church, Manchester, 1833-46. Principal of St Bees College 
and incumbent of St Bees, 1846-58. Under him the College 
attained a considerable celebrity. Partly rebuilt the old 
Conventual Abbey Church of St Bees. F.S.A., 1847. One 
of the founders of the Chetham Society, and its Vice-President 
from the commencement in 1843. Edited for that Society: 
The Life of Adam Martindale; The Autobiography of Henry 
Newcome; The Private Journal and Literary Remains of John 
Byrom. Author, Sermons; The Old Church Clock, etc. 
Married, 1831, Catherine, dau. of Thomas Hartley, of 
Gillfoot, Egremont, Cumberland. Died Jan. 28, 1858, at 
St Bees. Father of Richard H. (1856). {Sedbergh Sch. Reg., 
which gives date of birth as Sept. 17, 1798; Boose, 11. 1355; 
Foster, Index Eccles.; G. Mag., 1858, i. 335 and 556-8; 
D.N.B.; C. R. Hudleston.) 

PARKINSON, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Sidney, June 27' 
1845. 2nd s. of Thomas, Esq., of Hornby, Lanes. B. there. 
July 14, 1823. School, Tirril (Mr T. Gibson). Matric. Michs- 
1845; B.A. 1849; M.A. 1854. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1850; 
priest, 185 1. R. of Nymet Rowland, Devon, 1868-73. R. of 
Fiddington, Somerset, 1873-87. Died Oct. 25, 1887. Father 
of Frederick W. (1891). (Scott, MSS.; Crockford; The 
Guardian, Nov. 2, 1887.) 

PARKINSON, RICHARD HARTLEY. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 5, 1856. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Dr Richard (1815), 
Fellow of the Collegiate Church, Manchester (and Catherine). 
B. in Manchester. Bapt. July 19, 1856. School, Shrewsbury. 
Matric. Michs. 1856. Died Sept. 24, 1858, aged 2i, at 
Lytham. {Shreu'sbury Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; G. Mag., 
1858, II. 538.) 

PARKINSON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 23, 
1773. Of Lancashire. [S. of Adam. School, Kirkham.] 
Matric. Michs. 1773; B.A. 1777; M.A. 1780. Ord. deacon 
(Ely) 1778. C. of Faulkboume, and of Black Notley, Essex. 
Chaplain to Admiral Sir James Douglas. Died Oct. 14, 1791, 
'suddenly as he was coming down stairs to step into a car- 
riage at Faulkboume rectory.' M.I. at Faulkboume. Brother 
of Thomas (1764). (G. Mag., 1791, 11. 974! Ely Diocesan 
Reg.; Fishwiek, History of Kirkham.) 

PARKINSON, STEPHEN. Adm. sizar at St John's, Feb. 25, 
1841. S. of Stephen [land-agent], of Strong Close Mill, 
Keighley, Yorks. (and Mary). [B. 1823, at Keighley.] Bapt. 
Sept. 7, 1823. Of Yorkshire. Matric. Michs. 1841; Scholar; 
B.A. {Senior Wrangler and 2nd Smith's prize) 1845; M.A. 
1848; B.D. 1855; D.D. 1869. Fellow, 1845-71, and 1882-9; 
Tutor, 1864-82; President, 1865-89. Senior Proctor, 1864-5. 



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F.R.S., 1870; F.R.A.S., 1853- Ord. deacou (Ely) 1851; 
priest, 1852; C. of Bottisham, Cambs. Married, Aug. 15, 
1871, Elizabeth Lucy, dau. of John Welchman Whateley, 
Esq., of Edgbaston Hall. A prominent member of the 
Council of the Senate (1868-78), of the first General Board, 
Financial Board and Board of Examinations. Author, An 
Elementary Treatise on Meclianics, and A Treatise on Optics, 
at one time the standard works in use at Cambridge. Died, 
s.p., Jan. 2, 1889, at Cambridge; buried in Madingley church- 
yard. Memorial in the chapel of St John's. (Boase, u. 1356; 
Eagle, XV. 356; D.N.B.) 

PARKINSON, STEPHEN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 7, 1879. Of Yorkshire. Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883. 
Ord. deacon (Durham) 1885; priest, 1886; C. of St James's, 
Stockton-on-Tees, 1885-6. C. of Haughton-le-Skeme, 
Durham, 1886-1906. R. of Rainton, 1907-19. R. of Redmile, 
Leics., 1919-31. Resided subsequently at Thornton-le- 
Moor, Northallerton. Died in Aug. 1932. (Scott, MSS.; 
Crockford; The Guardian, Aug. 26, 1932.) 

PARKINSON, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Christ's, 
Oct. II, 1764. S. of Adam. B. [June 14, i745], at Kirkham, 
Lanes. School, Kirkham. Matric. Michs. 1765; Scholar, 
1765; B.A. (Senior Wrangler and 2nd Smith's prize) 1769; 
M.A. 1772; B.D. 1789; D.D. I795. Fellow, 1771-91. Senior 
Proctor, 1786-7. Ord. deacon (London) May 21, 1769- 
V. of Meldreth, Cambs., 1775-89. R. of Kegworth, Leics., 
1789-1830. .'\rchdeacon of Huntingdon, 1794. Preb. of St 
Paul's, 1798-1830. Chancellor of Chester, 1804-12. Arch- 
deacon of Leicester, 1812. F.R.S., 1786. Friend of Thomas 
Moore, the poet. Had an unhappy love affair with a Miss 
Charlotte Bridge, of Harston, to whom he became engaged in 
1789, but, his 'prospects being too poor' for her, she deserted 
him for a Mr W. Afterwards she left her husband and ' sank into 
the depths,' when Parkinson gave her an annuity. Author, 
Sermons; A System of Mechanics and Hydrostatics, etc. Died 
Nov. 13, 1830, at Kegworth, 'at an advanced age, beloved 
and respected by all who knew him.' Brother of Robert 
(1773). (Peile, II. 279; Gunning, i. 162; D.N.B.) 

PARKINSON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Sept. 27, 1869. [S. of Lieut. Thomas, 47th Madras Native 
Infantry, and of Mrs Mary Parkinson, of York Lodge, 
Cheltenham. B. Nov. 22, 1852. School, Cheltenham College.] 
Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 1875. Adm. Solicitor, 1877. 
Practised at Carmarthen; there in 1890. Of Newent Court, 
Gloucs. (Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; Law Lists.) 

PARKINSON, THOMAS BROWN. Adm. pens, at St Catha- 
rine's, Apr. 27, 1838. S. of Robert. B. at Chester-le-Street, 
Durham. Matric. Michs. 1838. Migrated to Queens', Apr. 28, 
1840 ('Robert' (sic) Brown Parkinson); B.A. 1842; M.A. 
1846. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1843. P.C. of St Mary's, Wakefield, 
1846-51. Disappears from Clergy List, 1869. 

PARKINSON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 20, 
1834. S. of John, Esq., of Ley Fields, near Newark, Notts, 
(his mother was Anne, dau. of Richard Milward, of Hex- 
greave Park, Notts). [B. May 10, 1815.] Schools [Louth 
Grammar and] Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1834; Scholar, 
1834; B.A. (8th Classic) 1838; M.A. 1841. Fellow, 1840-3. 
Ord. deacon (Ely) Nov. 29, 1840; priest (Lincoln) Sept. 19, 
1841; C. of Caunton, Notts., 1841-3. R. of Langenhoe, 
Essex, 1843-98. Author, Poems; Vicissitudes. Married, 
Jan. 25, 1844, Georgiana, dau. of Charles Martin, of Vintner's 
Hall. Died Dec. 8, 1898, at Langenhoe rectory, aged 83. 
{Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Boase, vi. 359; Scott, MSS.; Eagle, 
XX. 589; Crockford; The Times, Dec. 10, 1898; Goulding, 
Louth Or. Sch. Boys.) 

PARKS, HUBERT THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Magda- 
lene, Aug. I, 1895. S. of David George, of 58, Week Street, 
Maidstone. School, Maidstone. Matric. Michs. 1895; Exhibi- 
tioner; B.A. (Law Trip., Pt II, ist Class) 1898; LL.B. 1899; 
M.A. 1902. Assistant Master at St Edward's School, Oxford, 
1902-5. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 1902; priest, 1905; C. of 
Summertown, Oxford, 1902-5. Assistant Master at Felstead, 
1905-7. C. of Whitfield, Derbs., 1907-17; V. of Pilsley, 
1917-29. R. of AUington, 1929-38. R. of Offham, Kent. 
1938-47. (Roll of St Edmund's Sch.; Crockford.) 

PARKYN, ERNEST ALBERT. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 27, 
1878. S. of Robert Buckingham. B. [June 12, 1857], at 
Truro. Schools, Lansdowne School, Bath, Amersham Hall 
and Univ. College, London. Matric. Michs. 1878; Scholar, 
1878 (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1881); B.A. 1882; M.A. 
1885. President of the Union, i88i. Called to the Bar, 
Inner Temple, Nov. 17, 1893. On the South-Eastem Circuit. 
T^niversity Extension Lecturer. Of 3, Temple Gardens, 
London, E.C., in 1911. (Peile, 11. 662; Law Lists.) 



Parmenter, Charles James 

PARKYN, JONATHAN CLOUTER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 22, 1853. S. of James (and EUza). B. at Stoke Damerel, 
Devon. Bapt. June 11, 1834. Matric. Michs. 1853; Scholar, 
1856; B.A. 1857. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1858; priest 
(Gloucester and Bristol) i860; C. of Wolborough, Devon, 
1858-60. Chaplain, R.N.; H.M.S. Pelorus, 1864-8; of 
H.M.S. Warrior, 1869-70. C. of Blisland, Cornwall, 1870-8. 
R. of Sydenham Damarel, Devon, 1878-97. Married, Jan. 3, 
1882, Mary Louisa, dau. of the Rev. H. J. Morshead, R. of 
Kelly, Devon. Resided subsequently at Plymouth, where 
he died Dec. 3, 1905, aged 71. (Scott, MSS.; Eagle, xxvii. 
274; Crockford; The Guardian, Dec. 6, 1905.) 

PARKYNS, LEVETT BROADLEY. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 20) 
at Jesus, Oct. 3, 1798. Of Nottinghamshire. [Eldest s. of 
George Isham (and Martha Cooper).] B. [Apr. 16, 1779], at 
Stourton High Steeple. School, Ware, Herts. Capt., 
Northants. MiUtia. Married Elizabeth PoUard, and had issue. 
(Burke, P. and B.) 

PARKYNS, MANSFIELD HARRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 14, 1840. [2nd s. of Thomas Boultbee (1817) (and 
Charlotte Mary Smith). B. Feb. 16, 1823, at Ruddington, 
Notts. School, Uppingham.] Matric. Michs. 1840. Stated 
by his contemporary, Monckton Milnes, to have been 
'a pugilist while at Cambridge.' Went to Constantinople in 
1842, and thence set out on a journey of exploration into 
Abyssinia, 1843, returning to England in 1846. F.R.G.S. 
Attache to the Embassy at Constantinople, 1850-2. Pub- 
lished his Life in Abyssinia, 1853, which excited much 
attention. Married, Sept. 14, 1852, Emma Louisa BetheU, 
dau. of Richard, ist Lord Westbury, and had eight daughters. 
Settled at Woodborough Hall, Notts., in 1852. Lieut-Col., 
Notts. Rifle Volunteers. Official Assignee in Bankruptcy, 
1870-84, first in Exeter, later in London; subsequently 
Comptroller of the Court of Bankruptcy. Retired, 1884. 
Presented to Woodborough Church handsome oak stalls, 
carved by himself. An excellent linguist, speaking most of 
the lesser known dialects of the Nile Basin and of Western 
Asia. Died Jan. 12, 1894, at Woodborough Hall; buried in 
Woodborough Church. (Uppingham Sch. Roll (Mansfield 
Isham); Boase, 11. 1356; Burke, P. and B.; D.N.B. (Mans- 
field, only).) 

PARKYNS, SAMPSON. Adm. pens, at Queens', July i, 1786. 
Of Nottinghamshire. [S. of George (1746) or Thomas (1744).] 
Matric. Easter, 1791; LL.B. 1792. Ord. deacon (London) 
Dec. 30, 1792. 

PARKYNS, THOMAS BOOTHBY. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Queens', 
Apr. 23, 1773. Of Nottinghamshire. [Eldest s. of Sir Thomas 
(1744), 3rd Bart., of Bunny Park, Notts, (and Jane, his 
great-niece, dau. of Thomas Parkyns, of East Leake, Notts.). 
B. July 24, 1755.] M.P. for Stockbridge, Hants., 1784-90; 
for Leicester, 1790-1800. Lieut. -Col., Prince of Wales's 
Fencibles, 1795. Created (in the Irish Peerage) Baron 
Rancliffe, of Rancliffe, Ireland, Oct. 1, 1795. Married, 
Dec. 24, 1783, EUzabeth Anne, dau. and sole heiress of Sir 
WilUam James, Bart., of Eltham Park, Kent, and had issue. 
She died at the age of 30, having married at 18; 'she was one 
more instance of the ill-fated partiahty of relations, who in 
the moment of parental delusion, defeat the happiness of a 
favourite child by throwing too princely a fortune in the 
capricious lap of a giddy female.' Died, v.p., Nov. 17, 1800, 
'of internal decay,' in Portland Place, London. Step-brother 
of the next. (Return of M.Ps.; Burke, P. and B.; G.E.C.; 
G. Mag., 1799.) 

PARKYNS, THOMAS BOULTBEE. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', 
Feb. 5, 1817. Of Nottinghamshire. [4th s. of Sir Thomas 
(1744), 3rd Bart., and his 3rd wife, Jane, dau. of Joseph 
Boultbee, of Leicester.] Of Ruddington Manor, Notts., and 
Newland, Gloucs. Married, Sept. 15, 1819, Charlotte Mar>', 
eldest dau. of George Smith, of Edwalton, Notts., and Foelall, 
Cardigans. Their son, Thomas George .Augustus Parkyns 
(Univ. Coll., Oxford, 1838), succeeded his cousin as 5th Bart. 
Died in 1833, in Italy. Father of Mansfield H. (1840); 
step-brother of the above. (Burke, P. and B.; G.E.C.) 

PARMENTER, CHARLES JAMES. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 4, 1870. Of Essex. [S. of John, of Layer-de- 
la-Haye, Essex. B. Aug. 15, 1846, at Wesley End, Essex. 
School, Colchester Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 1870; B..\. 
1876. Ord. deacon (York) 1877; priest (London) 1891; C. of 
St Philip's, Sheffield, 1877-82. C. of Wembley, Middlesex, 
1883-94. C. of Christ Church, Totland Bay, Isle of Wight, 
1894-1900. C. of St Peter's, St Albans, 1902-3. Of 44, 
Blandford Road, St Albans, in 1922. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1923. 



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Parmenter, Edward Chinery 

PARMENTER, EDWARD CHINERY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Jesus, Oct. i, 1875. [3rd] s. of William Charles (and Ann 
Harriet, dau. of F. E. Corder, of Henny House, Essex). 

B. [1856], at Belchamp-Otten. Schools, Harlow and Sudbury 
(the Rev. L. M. Dalton). Matric. Michs. 1875; B.A. 1879; 
M.A. 1882. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1879; pnest, 1880; 

C. of Blockley, Gloucs., 1879-82. C. of Kenilworth, Warws., 
1882-4. V. of Rowsley, Derbs., 1884.-1903. V. of Deerhurst 
with .\pperley, Gloucs., 1903-12. Married, 1885, Jessie, dau. 
of William Hyslop, of Annandale, Dumfries, and Addison 
Crescent, London, and had issue. Died Sept. 3, 1912, aged 56, 
at Deerhurst vicarage. Brother of the next. (Crockford; 
The Guardian, Sept. 20, 1912.) 

PARMENTER, HARRY PIPER. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Sept. 30, 1871. Of Essex. [2nd] s. of W[illiam] C[harles], of 
Bevington House, Belchamp-Otten, Essex (and Ann Harriet, 
only child of F. E. Corder, of Henny House, Essex). B. 
May 30, 1853, at Belchamp-Otten. School, private. Matric 
Michs. 1871; B.A. 1875. Ord. deacon (St Albans) 1876; 
priest, 1877; C. of Hanmer, Flints., 1876-80. C. of Middleton, 
Essex, 1889-90. C. of Braintree, 1891-9. R. (and Patron) 
of Belchamp-Otten, 1899-1938. Of Daws Hall, Essex, and 
Bevington House, 1904, which he sold in 1934. Died Jan. 3, 
1938, at Belchamp Often rectory. Brother of the above. 
(Crockford; Burke, L.O.; The Times, Jan. 19, 1938.) 

PARMENTER, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, July 3, 
1844. Of Belchamp[-Otten], near 'Sudbury, Suffolk.' Name 
off, Nov. 1845. 
PARMENTER, NEVILLE GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Sx John's, 
July 31, 1897. [2nd] s. of John Octavius, architect, of 
Southampton (and Ehzabeth Blatch Wickenden Whit- 
church). B. there, Feb. 10, 1877. Schools, SaUsbury (the 
Rev. J. C. Alcock), and Southampton College (Mr R. W . 
Lees). Matric. Michs. 1897. Died c. 1944. (Burke, L.G. 
('Neville' only).) 
PARMENTER, THOMAS ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
July 5, 1849. [4th] s. of Thomas [Piper], gent., of Lamarsh 
[and Belchamp-Otten], Essex (and Ehzabeth, dau. of 
WiUiam Simons, H.E.I.C.S.). B. there. May 12, 1829. 
Matric. Michs. 1849; B.A. 1853; M.A. 1887. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) May 18, 1856; priest, June 7, 1857; C. of Bunny, 
Notts., 1856-64. C. of Rempstone, 1864-7. C. of Little 
Steeping, Lines., 1867-9. In charge of West AUmgton, 
1869-70. V. of Bitchfield, 1869-82. Married Elinor Mount, 
and had issue. Residing at Rose Hill, Middle Wallop, Hants., 
in 1895. Died in 1897. (Burke, L.G.; Crockford.) 
PARMETER, JOHN DENT. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Apr. 12, 1821. Matric. Michs. 1821; B.A. 1825. Ord. deacon 
(Norivich) June 19, 1825; priest, June 10, 1827. R. of 
.\lderford with Attlebridge, Norfolk, 1844-57. Died July 19, 
1857. [Clergy Lists; G. Mag., 1857, n. 345-) 
PARMINTER, FERDINAND. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 5, 
1855. S. of George, surveyor (and Martha). B. July 18, 1835, 
at West Ham, Essex. Matric. Michs. 1855; B.A. 1859. Ord. 
deacon (Peterb.) 1859; priest, i860; C. of Cotterstock, 
Northants., 1859-60. Precentor of the Cathedral and Head 
Master of the Grammar School, Capetown, S. Africa, 1861-9. 
C. of Sutton-in-Ashfield, Notts., 1870-3. Diocesan Super, of 
St Andrew's, Dunkeld and Dunblane, 1873-4- Inc. of St 
John's, Inverness, 1875-82. Chaplain to Lord RoUes and 
Mission-Priest at Dunning, Perths., 1882-7. C. of Midge- 
holme, Cumberland, 1887-91. C. of Evesham, Worcs., 
1891-6. C. of Barkway, Herts., 1897-1903. Subsequently 
of 134, Evering Road, Stoke Newington. Died Jan. 7, 1919, 
at Clapton. (Crockford.) 
PARMINTER, GEORGE HENRY. Adm. sizar at Trinity, 
July 2, 1838. Matric. Michs. 1838; B.A. 1842. Ord. deacon 
(Exeter) 1843; priest, 1844. R. of St John's, with St George's, 
Exeter, 1852-70. Disappears from Crockford, 1873. 
PARMINTER, The Rev. HENRY. B.A. 1780, incorp. from 
Oxford; M.A. 1780. Adm. at St Catharine's, July i, 1780; 
from Queen's College, Oxford, whence he had matric. Apr. 4, 
1750, age 18; B..\. (Oxford) 1754. [S. of Henry, pleb. of 
Stoke-Rivers, Devon.] R. of Stoke-Rivers, Devon, until 
1780, and R. of Goodleigh, from 1780. (Cant. Act Book.) 
PARMINTER, HENRY. .A.dm. sizar at St John's, July 4, 1845. 
S. of John, of Rochester, Kent (and Sarah). B. there. Bapt. 
May 3, 1826. Matric. Michs. 1845; B.A. 1849. Ord. deacon 
(Chichester) 1849; priest, 1850; C. of Hailsham, Sussex, 
1849-51. Chaplain, R.N., 1852-68; H.M.S. Vestal, Majestic, 
Ganges, Britannia, Aboukir, Duke of Wellington, and Serapis. 
V. of Humshaugh, Northumberland, 1868-99. Died Apr. 4, 
1899, aged 73, at his residence at Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
(Crockford; Eagle, xxi. 235; The Standard, Apr. 7, 1899.) 
PARMINTER, WILLIAM GEORGE. Adm. sizar at Emmanijel, 
.\pr. 10, 1835; a 'Ten-year man.' One of these names, who 
married Mary, dau. of J. L. Parsey, died Feb. 10, 1859, at 



Parnell, Charles Stewart 

St Gabriel's, Belgravia. W. G. Parmenter (sic) was Pay- 
master of H.M.S. Exmouth. (G. Mag., 1859, i- 3i6.) 

PARMITER, CHARLES LISTER. Adm. pens, (age 21) at 
Pembroke, Oct. i, 1886. S. of the Rev. John (1856), R. of 
St Mildred's, Canterbury. B. [Aug. 26, 1867], at HaUfax. 
Matric. Michs. 1886. Second Lieut., Royal West Kent Regt. 
(T.), 1887. Second Lieut., Liverpool Regt., 1891; Lieut., 
1893; Capt., 1900. Served in the S. African War, 1899-1900; 
at the defence of Ladysmith (mentioned in despatches). 
Retired, 1907. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Major, 
The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) and King's (Liverpool) Regt.; 
O.B.E.). Died Mar. 4, 1944, at Canterbury; buried there. 
Brother of John (1883). (Army Lists; The Times, Mar. 6, 
1944.) 

PARMITER, GEORGE. Matric. Non-Coil., from Ayerst H. 
Michs. 1891. .^t St Bees, 1892; and the Univ. of Durham, 
1895. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1893; priest, 1894; C. of St 
Leonard's, Leicester, 1893-4. C. of St Mary's, Leicester, 
1894-7. C. of Newfoundpool, Leics., 1897-1904; P-C there, 
1904-5. R. of Normanton-le-Heath, 1905-13. V. of St 
Mark's, HuU, 1913-16. V. of Dawley Parva, Salop, 1916-29. 
Subsequently of 21, Camar\'on Road, Redland, Bristol. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1937. 

PARMITER, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 21, 1856. 
S. of John, farmer, of Bockhampton, Dorset. School, 
Dorchester. Matric. Michs. 1856; Scholar, 1857; B.A. i860; 
M.A. 1874. Ord. deacon (Hereford) i860; priest, 1861; C. of 
Eastnor, Heref., 1860-2. C. of Hahfax, 1863-70. C. of 
Witham, Essex, 1870-3. C. of Chelmsford, 1873-83. R. of 
AU Saints, Canterbury, 1883-8. R. of St Mary's-de-Castro, 
with St Mildred's, Canterbury, 1885-95. Committed suicide, 
Dec. 28, 1895, by placing himself in front of a train, just 
outside Canterbury; aged 58. Father of Charles L. (1886) 
and of the next. (Scott, MSS.; Crockford; Camb. Jnd. Press, 
Jan. 3, 1896.) 

PARMITER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, Oct. i, 
1883. Eldest s. of the Rev. John (above), of Chehnsford. 

B. at Hahfax. [School, Brentwood Grammar.] Matric. 
Michs. 1883; B.A. 1887; M.A. 1891. Ord. deacon (Canter- 
bury) 1888; priest, 1889; C. of Ashford, Kent, 1888-90. C. of 
St Martin's, Canterbury, 1891-3. C. of Hailing, 1894-6. 

C. of Brading, Isle of Wight, 1896-1907. C.-in-charge of 
Vemham Dean, Hants., 1907-8; V. there, 190S-16. R. of 
St Lawrence and St John (and H. Rood from 1917). South- 
ampton, 1916-29. V. of Hartley-Mauditt with W. Worldham, 
1929-43. Died in 1943. Brother of Charles L. (1886). 
(Crockford.) 

PARNELL, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 8, 1847. 
[Yst. surv.] s. of Hugh, solicitor, of Church Street (and 
Susannah). B. Nov. 10, 1828, at Christ Church, Middlesex. 
Matric. Michs. 1847; B..\. 1851; M.A. 1854. Ord. deacon 
(Exeter) 1852; priest, May 22, 1853; C. of St Stephen's, 
Devonport, 1852-9. C. of St James's Mission Chapel, 
Liverpool, 1862-9. P.C. of St Margaret's, Toxteth Park, 
Liverpool, 1869-76. Prosecuted for ritualism under the 
Church Disciphne Act, judgment being given against him, 
Apr. 17, 1874. C. of St Bartholomew's, Brighton, 1880-97. 
Died July 28, 1897, at Brighton. Brother of Hugh (1836), 
John (1843) and George (1848). (Boase, vi. 354; Eagle, xx, 
87; The Times, July 31, 1897.) 
PARNELL, CHARLES STEWART. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Magdalene, July i, 1865. [2nd] s. of John Henry (1831), 
deceased (and DeUa Tudor, dau. of Commodore Charles 
Stewart, U.S. Navy). [B. June 27, 1846, at Avondale, Co. 
Wicklow, Ireland. School, private.] Matric. Michs. 1865. 
An Officer in the Wicklow Militia. Sheriff of Wicklow, 1874. 
Entered Irish poUtics, 1875, as a sympathiser with Femamsm. 
M.P. for Meath, 1875-80; for Cork, 1880-91. Led the Irish 
Members in a vigorous movement to win Irish self-govern- 
ment by constitutional means, 'obstructing' other business 
in the House; Chairman of the Home Rule Party, 1880; 
First President of the Land League, 1879; instituted the 
policy of 'bovcott' against the eviction of tenants. Im- 
prisoned, 1881-2, and released on an understanding with the 
Liberal party under Gladstone (Kihnainham Treaty). Held 
the balance of power in the House of Commons, 1885-6, 
joining with the Liberals in 1886 to bring in Gladstone's 
Home Rule Bill. Acquitted by a special Commission of 
comphcity in the Phoenix Park murders and other extremist 
outrages, 1888. Co-respondent in the O'Shea divorce case, 
1890, aftenvards repudiated by the Liberals and by a 
majoritv of the Irish Party. Fought bitterly to regain his 
leadership but his health, akeady bad, deteriorated under 
the strain. Married, June 25. 1891, Katherine, Mrs William 
Henry O'Shea, dau. of the Rev. Sir John Page Wood, Bart. 
Died Oct. 6, 1891, at Brighton; buried in Glasnevin cemetery, 
Co. Dubhn. Brother of Henry T. (1868). (Burke, P. and B. 
(sub Congleton); Boase, vi. 1357; D.N.B.) 

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Parnell, Claude William 

PARNELL, CLAUDE WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 
1892. S. of Kdward. B. Sept. 26, 1872, at Burton-on-Trent. 
Matric Michs. 1892; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1901; Mus.Bac. 1911. 
Ord. deacon (St Albans) 1897; priest, 1898; C. of Boxmoor, 
Herts., 1897-9. C. of Melton Mowbray, Leics., 1899-1901. 
Clk. of Manchester Cathedral, 1901-4. Minor Canon of 
Manchester Cathedral, 1904. Availed himself of the Clerical 
Disabilities -Act (1870) in 1912. Of Colbome ViUa, Ruardean, 
Mitcheldean, Gloucs., in 1936. (Crockford.) 

PARNELL, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 17, 1848. 
[Yst.] s. of Hugh, solicitor, of Upper Clapton (and Susannah). 
B. at Hackney, Middlesex. Bapt. May 25, 1830. Matric. 
Michs. 1848; B.A. 1852; M.A. 1855. Of New Bread Street, 
London. Died Oct. 12, 1857, aged 28, at the residence of his 
father. Brother of Charles (1847), Hugh (1836), and John 
(1843). (G. Mag., 1857, 11. 576.) 

PARNELL, GEORGE DAMER. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Downing, 
June 30, 1832; from Trinity College, Dublin, where he had 
been adm. Nov. 3, 1828. [3rd] s. of Sir Henry Brooke (next) 
(and Lady Carohne E., eldest dau. of John, ist Earl of 
Portarlington). B. Oct. 1810, at Weymouth. Matric. Michs. 
1835; B.A. 1839; M.A. 1843. C. of Ash, near Wrotham, 
Kent, 1850-4. P.C. of Elson, Hants., 1857-9. C. of Ash- 
next-Sandwich, Kent., 1859-61. V. of Long Cross, Surrey, 
1861-75. Married, Aug. 1833, Catherine, dau. of Sir John 
St Aubyn, Bart. Died Sept. 17, 1882. (Al. Dubl.; Crockford; 
Burke, P. and,B. which gives 'b. Nov. i8io' and 'died Dec. 
17, 1882'; D.N.B. {sub his father).) 

PARNELL, HENRY [BROOKE]. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 18) at 
Trinity, June 25, 1794. [2nd] s. of the Rt. Hon. Sir John 
[2nd] Bart. (Trinity College, Dublin, 1762), of Dublin (and 
Letitia Charlotte, dau. of Sir Arthur Brooke, Bart., of Cole- 
brook). [B. July 3, 1776-] School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1794. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 6, 1797. Succeeded his father 
in the family estates 1801, and his brother (a cripple and 
dumb) in the Baronetcy, 1812. M.P. (for Ireland) for Mary- 
borough, 1797-1800; for Queen's County (United Parliament) 
Apr.-June, 1802; for Portarlington, July-Dec. 1802; for 
Queen's Co., 1806-32; for Dundee, 1833-41. Commissioner 
of the Treasury (Ireland), 1806-7. P-C., 1831. Secretary at 
War, 1831-2; dismissed from office for refusing to support 
the Ministry on the question of the Russian-Dutch War. 
Treasurer of the Navy, 1835-41. Paymaster of the Forces, 
1835; Paymaster-General, 1836-42. Created Baron Congleton 
of Congleton, Cheshire, 1841. Married, Feb. 17, 1801, Lady 
Caroline Elizabeth Dawson, eldest dau. of John, ist Earl of 
Portarlington. Achieved a high reputation as a political 
economist and writer on finance. Committed suicide, after 
suffering for some time from ill-health, by hanging himself 
in his dressing-room in Cadogan Place, Chelsea, June 8, 1842 ; 
buried in the burial-ground of St George's, Hanover Square. 
Brother of William (1794) and Thomas (1797); father of 
George D. (1832). {Inns of Court; Return of M.Ps.; Burke, 
P. and B.; G.E.C.; D.N.B.) 

PARNELL, HENRY TUDOR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 8, 
1868. [5th] s. of John [Henry] (1831), of Rathdrum, Avon- 
dale, Co. Wicklow (and DeUa Tudor, dau. of Commodore 
Charles Stewart, U.S. Navy). B. [Dec. 12], 1850, in France. 
School, St Columba's College, DubUn. Matric. Michs. 1869; 
B.A. 1873. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 23, 1872. Called to 
the Bar, Apr. 30, 1875. Married, Oct. 21, 1882, Penelope 
Jane, dau. of the Rev. Thomas Luby, D.D., and had issue. 
DiedNov. 24, 1915. Brotherof Charles S. (1865). (Law Lists; 
Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; Burke, P. and B. 
(sub Congleton).) 

PARNELL, HUGH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 3, 1836. 
[Eldest s. of Hugh, of London, solicitor. B. 1819.] Migrated 
to St John's, Oct. II, 1838. Matric. Michs. 1838; Scholar, 
1840; B.A. (12th Wrangler) 1842; M.A. 1845. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Oct. 28, 1842. Called to the Bar, Nov. 21, 
1845. Resided at Ramsgate, where he died Oct. 26, 1906, 
aged 87. Left estate valued at over £457,000. Brother of 
John (1843), Charles (1847), and George (1848). (Eagle, xxviii. 
213; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; The 
Times, Oct. 30, 1906.) 

PARNELL, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Magdalene, June 23, 
1764. 2nd s. of Paul, chemist, of Lincoln. School, Lincoln. 
Matric. Michs. 1764; LL.B. 1772. [Eton Coll. Reg. erroneously 
states that this man was the eldest s. of Sir John, ist Bart., 
b. 1746 (adm. at Eton 1759), who had been adm. Fell.-Com. 
at Trinity College, Dublin, in 1762; B.A. (Trinity College, 
DubUn) 1766. M.P. for Bangor (Irish Parliament) and 
Chancellor of the Exchequer.] 

PARNELL, JOHN. Adm. at Peterhouse, June 12, 1843. [2nd 
s. of 'J.' [Hugh, solicitor], of Upper Clapton. [B. 1826.] 
Matric. Michs. 1843; Scholar, 1844; B.A. (33^^ Wrangler) 
1847; M.A. 1850. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 12, 1847. 

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Parr, John Robert 

Called to the Bar, May 3, 1850. J. P. for Essex. Of Hadharn 
House, Upper Clapton, in 1868. Of The Grange, Waltham 
Abbey, in 1885. Died Feb. 10, 1900, at Hadham House. 
Brother of Hugh (1836), Charles (1847) and George (1848). 
{Laio Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, 
Feb. 14, 1900.) 

PARNELL, JOHN HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 30, 
1831, as 'Richard.' [S. of William (1794), of Avondale, Co. 
Wicklow (who assumed the additional surname of Hayes) 
(and Frances, dau. of the Hon. Hugh Howard). B. Aug. 14, 
1811. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1831. Of Avondale, 
Co. Wicklow, J.P. and D.L.; High Sheriff, 1836. Married, 
May 31, 1834, Delia Tudor, only dau. of Commodore Charles 
Stewart, U.S. Navy. Died July 3, 1859. Father of Charles S. 
(1865) and Henry T. (1868). (Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, P. 
and B. (sub Congleton).) 

PARNELL, PAUL. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Magdalene, Oct. 10, 
1783. S. of Paul, of Ewes, near Bawtry, Yorks. School, 
Royston, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1784; B.A. 1788. 

PARNELL, 'RICHARD.' Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 30, 1831; 
see JOHN HENRY (1831). 

PARNELL, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Peterhouse, 
Dec. 4, 1797. [4th] s. of Sir John [2nd] Bart., M.P. (and 
Letitia Charlotte, dau. of the Rt. Hon. Sir Arthur Brooke, 
Bart.). [B. Jan. 1782.] School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1797. 
Migrated to Emmanuel, Nov. 15, 1798; 'of Ireland.' Brother 
of Henry B. (1794) and William (1794). (Burke, P. and B. 
{sub Congleton); T. A. Walker, 369.) 

PARNELL, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 21, 1900. 
S. of Richard, farmer and meat-salesman, of West Haddon, 
Northants. (and Kate Cotterell). B. there, July 5, 1881. 
School, Northampton (Mr R. E. Steele). Matric. Michs. 1900; 
Scholar, 1900 (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1902); B.A. 
1903; M.A. 1908. Tutor at Trinity College, Melbourne, 
Australia, 1904-11. Lecturer in Physics, Univ. of Queens- 
land, 1911-19; Professor, from 1919. Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (A.I.F.). Of Brisbane in 1947. 

PARNELL (post PARNELL-HAYES), WILLIAM. Adm. Fell.- 
Com. (age 17) at Trinity, June 25, 1794. [3rd] s. of the 
Rt. Hon. Sir John [2nd] Bart., of Dublin (and Letitia 
Charlotte, dau. of the Rt. Hon. Sir Arthur Brooke, Bt.). 
B. Aug. 17, 1780. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1794. Of 
Avondale, Co. Wicklow. M.P. for Co. Wicklov/, 1817-21. 
Assumed the additional name of Hayes. Married, Oct. i, 
1810, Frances, dau. of the Hon. Hugh Howard. Died Apr. 2, 
1821. Brother of Henry B. (1794) and Thomas (1797); 
father of John H. (1831). {Eton Sch. Lists; D.N.B.; Return 
of M.Ps.; Burke, P. and B (sub Congleton).) 

PARNTHER, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 15, 1831. [S. of Robert (Christ Church, Oxford, 1791). 
B. Oct. I, 1813. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1831; B.A. 
1836. ' In the Foreign Office.' (Eton Sch. Lists.) 

PAROISSIEN, CHALLIS. Adm. sizar at Clare, Jan. 21, 1813. 
B. at Hackney, Middlesex. [S. of the Rev. George (next).] 
Matric. Michs. 1813; B.A. (lyth Wrangler) 1817; M.A. 1820. 
Fellow, 1817. Ord. deacon (London) July 27, 1817. V. of 
Everton with Tetworth, Beds., 1833-6. R. of Hardingham, 
Norfolk, 1839-74. Died in 1874. (Crockford.) 

PAROISSIEN, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 21) at Pembroke, 
June II, 1784. Eldest s. of Ludovic, schoolmaster, of 
Barking, Essex. B. in London. Matric. Michs. 1784; B.A. 
1788; M.A. 1800. Ord. deacon (London) Oct. 26, 1788; priest, 
Oct. 25, 1789; C. of Hackney, 1798-27, and R. of W. Hackney, 
1825-7. Died June 20, 1827, at W. Hackney. Father of the 
above. (Foster, Index Eccles.; G. Mag., 1827, i- 57i-) 

PARR, FRANCIS. Adm. (age 15) at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, Jan. 22, 1767. S. of the Rev. Robert (1722), R. of 
Horstead, Norfolk. B. there. Bapt. Jan. i, 1750-1. Matric. 
Easter, 1767. Described in records of King's as 'Dominus' 
in the Lent Term, 1770, but no University evidence of his 
degree. Fellow, 1770-1. (£ion CoM. /?£g.; J. Saltmarsh.) 

PARR, JAMES CULSHAW. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Nov. 23, 1820. [Yst.] s. of Thomas. Esq., of Poole, Dorset. 

B. there. School, Sherborne, Dorset. Matric. Michs. 1821; 
B.A. 1825; M.A. 1828. P.C. of St Peter's, Parkstone, Dorset, 
1834-52. R.ofStonton-Wyville, Leics., 1852-3. Died June 18, 
1853, aged 50. (Clergy Lists; G. Mag., 1853, 11. 321.) 

PARR, JOHN ROBERT. .\dm. sizar at St John's, July 9, 1840. 
S. of John B., deceased, of Colne, Lancaster. B. Apr. 25, 
1819. Matric. Michs. 1840; B..\. 1844; M.A. 1847. Ord. 
deacon (Chester) 1844; priest, 1845; C. of Clapham, Yorks., 
1846-7. C. of St Peter's, Islington, .Middlesex, 1847-56. 

C. of St Matthew, Marylebone, 1856-7. C. of Swinton, Lanes., 
1861-4. C. of Glodwick, 1864-5. V. of Balderstone-in- 
Rochdale, 1865-8. Married, Dec. 15, 1858, at Hadley, 
Middlesex, Louisa, dau. of the Rev. Joseph Haslegrave, V. 
of St Peter's, Islington. Disappears from Crockford, 1869. 
(G. Mag., 1859, I. 91; Clergy List.) 



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Parr, Percival 

PARR, PERCIVAL. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity Hall, 
Mar. 27, 1857. S. of Thomas, Esq., of Benham's House, 
Wantage, Berks. Matric. Michs. 1857. 

PARR, ROBERT EDMUND. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Apr. 2, 1879. S. of Robert. B. in London. Matric. Michs. 
1879; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1886. Ord. deacon (Durham) 1884; 
priest, 1885; C. of St Peter's, Stockton-on-Tees, 1884-90. 
V. of St James's, W. Hartlepool, 1890-1907. V. of Her- 
rington, Durham, 1907-17. V. of Medomsley, 1917-37. 
Died Apr. 12, 1938, aged 76, at The Harrage, Romsey. 
(Crockford; The limes, Apr. 16, 1938.) 

PARR, ROBERT HENNING. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Dec. 15, 1845. S. of Henry Henning. B. at Poole, Dorset. 
School, Ilminster, Somerset. Matric. Lent, 1846; B.A. 1850; 
M.A. 1855. President of the Union, 1848. Ord. deacon 
(York) 1854; priest, 1855; C. of Kingston-on-HuU, 1854-8. 
Chaplain to the Archbishop of York, 1859-60. V. of St 
Martin's, Scarborough, 1863-88. Author, Sermons, etc. 
Died July 12, 1888, at Clifton, aged 61. Father of the next. 
(Crockford; The Guardian, July 18, 1888.) 

PARR, ROBERT HENNING. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1891. 
S. of the Rev. Robert Henning (above). Of 15, Mylos Road, 
Chfton, Bristol. [B. Feb. 15, 1872.] School, King's, Can- 
terbury. Matric. Michs. 1891. A coal-merchant in Bristol. 
Lieut., Gloucs. Vol. Art., 1900. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Artists' Rifles). Died May 31, 1943, at Clifton; 
buried at Redland Green. (Army Lists; The Times, June 3, 
I943-) 

PARR, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Emmanuel, June 6, 
1765. S. of Samuel, surgeon [of Harrow] (and Ann, dau. of 
Leonard Mignard, one of a family of French Protestants who 
came to England after the revocation of the Edict of NantesV 

B. Jan. 15, 1746-7, at Harrow. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1765. Forced by his step-mother to leave Cambridge 
on his father's death in 1766. M.A., per Lit. Reg., 1772; 
LL.D. 1781. Adm. at St John's, Apr. 10, 1784. Ord. deacon 
(London) Dec. 24, 1769; priest (London) Mar. 15, 1778; 

C. of Willesden with Kingsbury, Middlesex, 1769. Assistant 
Master at Harrow, 1767-71. After failing as a candidate for 
the Headmastership of Harrow, then vacant, became Head 
Master of a school (started by himself) at Stanmore, 1771-6. 
where he made Greek a chief subject of study. Head 
Master of Colchester Grammar School, 1776-9; of Norwich 
Grammar School, 1779-85. 'He flogged after the old 
fashion.' C. of Holy Trinity, Colchester, 1778-9- C. of St 
George's Colegate and St Saviour's, Norwich, 1779. R- of 
Asterby, Lines., 1780-3. P.C. of Hatton, Warws., 1783-1825. 
R. of Wadenhoe, Northants., 1792-1825. R. of Grafiham, 
Hunts., 1802-25. Preb. of St Paul's, 1783-1825. Married 
(1) Nov. 1771, Jane, only dau. of Zachariah Masingale, 
of Carleton, Yorks., and had issue. The marriage is said 
to have produced little 'connubial felicity,' his wife having 
a very caustic tongue and delighting in 'exposing her 
husband's foibles and ridiculing his peculiarities in the 
presence of others. He was kept in a constant state of 
irritation.' Porson, who visited him at Hatton, said, ' Parr 
would have been a great man but for 3 things — his trade, 
his wife, and his politics.* His wife's opinion of him was that 
'he v/as bom in a whirlwind and bred a tyrant'; she died 
in 1810. Married (2) Dec. 1816, Mary, dau. of John Eyre 
(1802), of Coventry. Author, Characters of Fox; Sermons; 
Latin Epitaphs; Memoirs; etc. His collected works were 
published in 1828. A fine Latin scholar and a great Whig. 
Died Mar. 6, 1825, at Hatton, where he had Uved for many 
years, taking pupils. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 412; D.N.B., 
which gives 'B. Jan. 26'; Gunning's Reminiscences, 11. 196-9; 
H. W. Saunders; F. P. White.) 

PARR, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. 8, 1823. 
[Eldest] s. of Thomas, Esq., of Lythwood Hall, Shrewsbury 
(and Katherine, dau. of Capt. Robert Walter, R.N.). [B. 
May 5, 1805.] School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Lent, 1825; 
B.A. 1828. Ord. deacon (Hereford) Aug. 3, 1828; priest, 
Sept. 6, 1829; C. of (the Second Portion of) Westbury, Salop, 
1828. R. of (the First Portion of) Westbury, 1829-52. 
Married, Apr. 28, 1831, Anne Penelope, dau. of Richard 
Toft, of Whitton. Died 'lately' (in Sept. 1852), aged 47. 
(Clergy Lists; G. Mag., 1852, n. 321.) 

PARR, THOMAS GNOSALL. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 4, 
1818. Of Staffordshire. Matric. .Michs. 181S; B.A. 1822; 
M.A. 1825. Ord. deacon (Chester) Dec. 22, 1822; priest, 
Dec. 21, 1823. Dean's Vicar (Minor Canon) of Lichfield 
Cathedral, 1829-68. Domestic Chaplain to the Earl of Lich- 
field. P.C. of St Michael's, Lichfield, 1831-68. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1870. 



Parrock, Richard Arthur 

PARR, THOMAS KNOWLYS. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Oct. 7, 1887. S. of T., Esq. [solicitor], of ComwaUis Grove, 
Clifton. School, Felsted. Matric. Michs. 1887. Of Wymering 
Manor, near Cosham, Hants. Died there, June 5, 1938. 
(Al. Felsted.; '1 he 'limes, June 15, 1938.) 

PARR, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
June 28, 1838. S. of William. B. at York. Matric. Michs. 
1838; B.A. 1842; M.A. 1845. Fellow, 1844. Second Master 
of Heath School, Halifax, 1843. 

PARRATT, THOMAS FANSHAWE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 1, 1836. Of Surrey. [S. of Hildebrand Meredith, of 
Effingham House, Leatherhead. School, Rugby (age 14 in 
1832).] Matric. Michs. 1836. Married, May 6, 1843, Theodosia, 
dau. of John Ward Boughton Leigh, of Brownsover Hall, 
Rugby. [Rugby Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G.) 

PARRIN, ALFRED BATTISHILL. Adm. sizar at St John's, 

May II, 1809. Of Middlesex. School, Westminster. Matric. 
Michs. 1809; B.A. 1814. Ord. deacon (Lincoln). Dec. 10, 
1815; priest. May i, 1818. P.C. of Oakwood Chapel, Surrey, 

1824. C. of St Peter's, Hammersmith, -1841-50. Died Jan. 
19, 1850. (Record of Old Westminsters; Clergy List; G. Mag., 
1850, 1. 446.) 

PARRINGTON, JOHN WALTER. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
June 13, 1870. S. of the Rev. Matthew (next), Principal of 
the Otter Training College, Chichester. B. [Apr. 26, 1850], at 
Cirencester. School, Marlborough College. .Matric. Michs. 
1870; B.A. 1874; M.A. 1877. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1874; 
priest, 1876; C. of Snodland, Kent, 1874-80. C. of New 
Hythe, i88o-i. V. of East Dean with Friston, Sussex, 
1881-1900. V. of St Bartholomew's, Chichester, 1900-18. 
V. of Burpham, Sussex, 1918-19. Married and had issue. 
Died Jan. 24, 1919. (Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Crockford; 
The Times, Jan. 28, 1919; Peile, ii, 615.) 

PARRINGTON, MATTHEW. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Nov. 29, 

1825. B. [Apr. 29], 1808, at Ormesby, Yorks. School, 
Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 1826; Scholar, 1827; B.A. 1830; 
M.A. 1834. C. of Streatham, Cambs., 1837-41. C. of Feltwell, 
Norfolk, 1 841-6. Member of Ely Cathedral Restoration 
Committee; as a proficient wood-carver, fashioned the door 
of Bishop Alcock's Chapel. Principal of Bishop Otter 
Training College for Schoolmasters at Chichester, 1846-72. 
R. of Fishboume, Sussex, 1856-74. Preb. of Chichester, 
1865. Canon Residentiary and Sub-Dean of Chichester, 
1863-82. V. of Felpham, 1874-82. Largely instrumental in 
the work of restoring Chichester Cathedral. Married, Aug. 3, 
1847, Lucy J. Roberts, of Feltwell, Norfolk. Died Mar. 21, 
1882. Father of the above. (Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; Peile, 11. 
421; Boase, vi. 360; Crockford.) 

PARRIS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Dec. 15, i875- 
S. of James William, planter (and Susanna). B. Dec. 31, 

1855, at Glendale, St Thomas, Barbados. Bapt. July 10, 

1856. Matric. Lent, 1876. 

PARRIS, THOMAS SAWYER. Adm. pens, at Sidney, July i, 
1783. S. of Thomas Sawyer, Esq., of Higham-Ferrers, 
Northants. B. there, Jan. 19, 1766. Schools, CampsaU, 
Yorks. (Mr Hodson), Pocklington (Mr Baskett) and North 
Walsham, Norfolk (Mr Hepworth). Matric. Michs. 1784; 
B.A. 1788; M.A. 1791. R. of EdUngton, Yorks., 1802-17, 
and C. of Loversal until 1817. Disappears from Clerical 
Guide, 1822. (Foster, Index Eccles.) 

PARRISH, The Rev. HENRY GRIFFIN. Matric. Non-CoU. Lent, 
1877. [At London Univ.; B.A. 1859; and at the Lancashire 
Independent College, Manchester, 1856-61.] Migrated to 
Queens'; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1885. Previously a Congrega- 
tional Minister; at Aberdare English Congreg. Church, 
1861-3; at Potter Newton, Chapeltown, Leeds, 1864-76; 
at Sittingboume, Kent, 1868-9. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1870; 
priest, 1871; C. of Uppingham, Rutland, 1870-2. Missionary 
Curate at Northampton, 1872-4. C. of St Martin's, Leicester, 
1874-5. V. of Leake, Lines., 1875-81. V. of St Mary's, 
Wakefield, 1881-1900. Author, Education of the Dissenting 
Ministry; From the World to the Pulpit. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1901. (Lanes. Independent College, Manchester, 
List.) 

PARROCK, RICHARD ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Pembroke, Oct. 1, 1888. Only s. of Richard, Esq., of 
Shrewsbury. [B. there, Dec. 11, 1869. School, Shrewsbury.] 
Matric. Michs. 1888; Scholar; B.A. (Class. Trip., Pt I, ist 
Class) 1891; M.A. 1897. LL.D., New Brunswick, 1900; 
Hon. LL.D., Bishop's Univ., Lennoxville, 1909. Ord. deacon 
(Quebec) 1893; priest, 1894. Domestic Chaplain to the Bishop 
of Quebec, and Editor of the Quebec Diocesan Gazette, 1893-5. 
Professor of Classics at Bishop's Univ., Lennoxville, 1895- 
1919; Principal and Vice-Chancellor there, 1907-19. Professor 
of Greek Language and Literature and Lecturer in fine arts 
in Colgate University, New York, 1920-38. Died Jan. 9, 
1938. (Crockford; Who was Who.) 



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PARROTT, WILLIAM LOVEL. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. II, 1865. S. of William (and Elizabeth). B. Mar. 30, 
1844, at Great Driffield, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1865; B.A. 
1871. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1871; priest (Ely) 1873; 
C. of Pokesdown, Bournemouth, 1871-4. C. of St James's, 
Fulham, Middlesex, 1874-83. Warden of Holy Trinity 
Hospital, Clun, Salop, 1883-90. C. of Homchurch, Essex, 
1896-7. C. of St Thomas's, Camden Town, 1898-1900. 
C. of Dartmouth, Devon, 1900-1. Perm, to ofi., dio. of 
Exeter, 1907. Resided latterly at Torquay, where he died 
OQt. 14, 1917. {Eagle, XXXIX. 253; Crockford; 1 he Guardian, 
Oct. 25, 1917.) 

PARRY, ALBERT. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1892. [2nd] s. of 
A[lbert], Esq., of Thomleigh, Vicar's Cross, Chester. Schools, 
King's, and Arnold House, Chester. Matric. Michs. 1892. 
Died July 21, 1938, at 20 Selbome Road, Old Southgate; 
buried there. Brother of James (1887). (1 heJ imes, July 23, 
1938.) 

PARRY, ARTHUR LANCELOT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
June 16, 1881. S. of the Rev. William Henry (1852), of 
Ashbrook Place, Brecon. [B. Nov. 5, 1862. School, Win- 
chester.] Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1888. Ord. 
deacon (York) 1885; priest, 1886; C. of St George's, Sheffield, 
1885-8. C. of Stokesley, Yorks., 1888-90. C. of St Matthias, 
Sneinton, Notts., 1890-2. C. of Stoke-on-Trent, 1892-4. 
C. of Stone, Bucks., 1894-1900. Chaplain, County of London 
mental hospitad, Colney Hatch, 1900-21. Died Aug. 7, 1921. 
{Winchester Coll. Reg.; Crockford.) 

PARRY, CECIL WYNN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 14, 1886. 
[7th] s. of the Rev. Edward St John (Balhol College, Oxford, 
1844), of Stoke House, near Slough, Bucks. B. [•■Vug. 6], 

1867, at Chfton, near Bristol. School, Charterhouse, Godal- 
ming. Matric. Michs. 1886; B..\. 1889. Assistant Master at 
Wellington College, 1890-7. An Engineer. Died Jan. 4, 
1901, at York. Brother of Reginald St J. (1876). {Charter- 
house Reg., which gives 1866 as year of birth.) 

PARRY, CHARLES EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 11, 
1838. Of The Friars, Chester. Matric. Michs. 1838; B.A. 
1843. C. of Towednack, Cornwall, 1844-6. C. of Dartmouth, 
Devon, 1847-50. C. of St Paul's, Knightsbridge with 
St Barnabas, London, in 1854. Disappears from Clergy List. 

1868. {Peile, II. 463.) 

PARRY, CHARLES FRANK. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1896. 
S. of Charles, of Ellesmere, Salop. B. there, Nov. 5, 1877. 
Schools, Denstone College and Oswestry. Matric. Michs. 
1896; B.A. 1899. Served in the S. African War, 1899-1902. 
Mining; in Johannesburg in 1929. {Venn, 11. 549.) 

PARRY, CHARLES HUBERT HASTINGS. Hon. Mus.Doc, 
1883. Adm. at Trinity, Feb. 19, 1883. [2nd] s. of Thomas 
Gambier (1833), of Highnam Court, Clones., 24, Upper 
Phillimore Place, London, and Knight's Croft, Rustington, 
Sussex (and Anna M. I., dau. of Henry Fynes-Clinton, of 
Welwyn, Herts.). B. [Feb. 27, 1848], at Bournemouth. 
School, Eton. Matric. from Exeter College, Oxford, 1867; 
B.Mus. (Oxford) 1867; B.A. (Oxford) 1870; D.Mus. and 
M.A. (Oxford) 1884. Choragus of Oxford University, 1886. 
Professor at the Royal College of Music, 1883; Director, 1895. 
Hon. Mus.D. 1891, Dubhn. Professor of Music at Oxford, 
1899. Knighted, 1898. Created Bart., 1902. Married, 
June 25, 1872, Lady Eh2abeth Maud, dau. of Stanley, 
14th Earl of Pembroke, and had issue. Composer. Died 
Oct. 7, 1918, at Rustington, when the title became extinct; 
buried in the crypt of St Paul's Cathedral. {Al. Oxon.; 
Burke, P. and B.; Who was Who; D.N.B.; Etoniana.) 

PARRY {post OKEDEN), DAVID OKEDEN. Adm. pens, 
(age 18) at Trinity, Oct. 27, 1792. [Only surviving] s. of 
[Major] David [20th Regt.; sometime Governor of the 
Barbados], of Bath (and Jane, dau. of Edmund Okeden). 
School, Richmond, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1795. Of Moor 
CritcheU, Dorset. Assumed the name of Okeden in com- 
pliance with the will of his maternal grandfather who had 
died in 1776. Married (i) Oct. 18, 1796, Mary, dau. of the 
Rev. John Harris, of Sturminster Marshall; (2) Dec. 26, 1817, 
Harriet Jane, sister of Arthur Charles, 6th Earl of Essex; 
and had issue by both marriages. Died Oct. 28, 18^3 
(Burke, L.G.; C. R. Hudleston.) 

PARRY, DULAS BENTLEY. Adm. at Clare, Jan. 4, 1896; 
Mmor Scholar and Exhibitioner. [S. of F. W., of Berrow. 
B. Aug. lo, 1877. School, Uppingham.] Matric. Michs. 1896. 
Second Lieut., 2nd Dragoon Guards, 1899; transferred to 
3rd Dragoon Guards; Lieut., 1900; Capt., 1901. Served in 
the S. African War, 1899-1902. Retired, 1907. Capt., 
Montgomery Yeomanry. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Lieut.-Col., London Regt. and M.G.C.; wounded; D.S.O., 
1917; mentioned three times in despatches; O.B.E.) Of 
Femey HiU, Dursley, Clones. J. P. for Gloucs., 1920. 



Parry, George Frederick 

Secretary, Seavington Hunt, 1935-8. {Uppingham Sch. 
Roll; Univ. War List; Army Lists; The V.C. and D.S.O., 
which erroneously states that he was killed in action. Mar. 24, 
1918; Kelly, Handbook.) 

PARRY, EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 10, 1801. 
Matric. Michs. 1802. Died in 1803, aged 19. M.I. in St 
Michael's Church, Cambridge. 

PARRY, EDWARD. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, Mar. 22, 
1799. B. in St Asaph diocese. Of Merionethshire. [S. of 
Henry, of Shrewsbuiy. School, Shrewsbury.] Matric. Michs. 
1799; B.A. 1803. Ord. deacon (Bangor) Sept. 23, 1804; 
priest, Sept. 22, 1805; C. of Llangelynin, Camarvons., 
1805-27. Brother of William H. (1803). {Shrewsbury Sch. 
Reg.; St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 416.) 

PARRY, EDWARD ARTHUR. Adm. at King's, Sept. 30, 1898. 
[Eldest s. of Edward, of Nottingham. B. July 21, 1879. 
School, Rugby.] Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1902; M.A. 1946. 
.\dm. at the Inner Temple. Called to the Bar, Jan. 26, 1905. 
On the Midland Circuit. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Notts, and Derby Regt., 1917; in India, 1918-19; Capt., 
1919). Of Deer Park, Honiton, Devon. Married and had 
issue. Died June 8, 1946. Bequeathed £500 to King's College, 
'in grateful remembrance of my undergraduate days.' 
{Rugby Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; Kelly, Handbook; Cambridge 
Daily Neii's; King's Coll. Reg.) 

PARRY, EDWARD HUMFFREYS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Pembroke, Apr. 15, 1837. 2nd s. of John Humffreys, 
deceased, of London. B. [Nov. i, 1818], at Kennington, 
Surrey. [School, Christ's Hospital.] Matric. Michs. 1837; 
Scholar, 1837; B.A. 1841. Ord. deacon (Barbados) 1843; 
priest, 1845. Master of Codrington Grammar School and 
Chaplain of the Society's Trust Estates, Barbados, 1843-50. 
V. of Surfleet, Lines., 1851-97. Latterly of 7, Jesus Terrace, 
Reading, where he died June, 1901. {Christ's Hospital 
Exhibitioners ; Crockford.) 

PARRY, EDWARD JOHNSON (1890), see PARRY, JOHNSON. 

PARRY, EDWARD LANE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 8, 1814. 
[S. of George, of the E.I.C.S. (and Lydia), School, Westminster 
(aged 14 in 1811).] Matric. Michs. 1814. Comet, 14th Dra- 
goons, May 25, 1815; Lieut., 1819; Capt., 1822; Major, 1829. 
Retired, July 17, 1835. Brother of George F. (1813). {Record 
of Old Westminsters!) 

PARRY, EDWARD PRICE. .-Vdm. Fell.-Com. at St John's, 
May 21, i8i8; from Jesus College, Oxford, whence he had 
matric. May 13, 1815, aged 18. [S. of Edward, of 'Treyddynt' 
[Treiddyn], Flintshire. B. in the diocese of St Asaph.] 
Matric. Easter, 1818. Died Jan. 16, 1819, aged 22. {Al. 
Oxon.; G. Mag., 1819, i. 184.) 

PARRY, The Rev. FREDERICK. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Jan. 17, 1820; a 'Ten-year man.' In Priest's Orders; C. of 
Eastham, Cheshire. Matric. Lent, 1828; B.D. {Stat. Eliz.) 
1830. Ord. deacon, 1818; priest, 1819. P.C. of Threapwood, 
Cheshire, 1823-9. PC. of St Paul's, Chester, 1830-41. C. of 
St Silas, Liverpool, 1842. P.C. of St Clement's, Walton-on- 
the-Hill, near Liverpool, 1843-60. Married, 1822, Jane, dau. 
of Mr Ward, Secretary to the Bishop of Chester. Author, 
Sermons and Poems. Died May 9, 1865, at Derby, aged 69. 
Father of the next. {Clergy List; The Ecclesiastical Gazette, 
June 13, 1865; Christian Remembrancer, iv. 700.) 

PARRY, FREDERICK WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity, July 3, 1844. S. of [the Rev.] Frederick (above). 
B. at Chester. School, Burton-on-Trent, Staffs. Matric. 
Michs. 1844. Migrated to Emmanuel, Oct. 12, 1845; LL.B. 
1853. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1850; priest, 1851; C. of 
St Clement's, Walton-on-the-HUl, near Liverpool, 185 1-7. 
P.C. of Bickerton, Cheshire, 1857-74. (Crockford.) 

PARRY, GEORGE ELLIOT. .\dm. pens, at Sidney, Dec. 14, 
1844. S. of the Rev. G., of Laughame, Carmarthenshire. B. 
there, Jan. 22, 1822. Schools, private (under his father), and 
DolgeUy (Mr Andrews). Matric. Lent, 1845; B.A. 1849. 

PARRY, GEORGE FREDERICK. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, May i, 1813; from Wadham College, Oxford, 
whence he had matric. Feb. 8, 1813. [Eldest] s. of George 
(and Lydia). B. [Dec. 8, 1794], at Tillicherrj', India. School, 
Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1813; B.A. (ii(A Wrangler) 1817; 
M.A. 1822. Played cricket for the Gentlemen i'. the Players, 
1819, 1820 and 1828-9. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 26, 
1815. Called to the Bar, May 25, 1821. Practised before the 
Supreme Court, Bombay, 1822-8. Returned to England, 
1828. Married, June 30, 1831, Augusta Mary, yst. dau. of 
James Graham, of Rickerby, Cumberland. Died Jan. 11, 
1872, at Mentone, France. Brother of Edward L. (1814). 
{Record of Old Westminsters; .41. Oxon.; Boose, 11, 136s; 
Inns of Court.) 



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PARRY, GEORGE WILLIAMS. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
July 2, 1828. Eldest s. of George William, Esq., of Llydiarde, 
Cardigans. B. Jan. 3, 181 1, in the parish of All Hallows, 
London Wall, Middlesex. Schools [Merchant Taylors' and] 
Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1828; B.A. 1832. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, June 5, 1833. Called to the Bar, May 5, 1848. 
Of Llydiarde, Cardigans., in 1870. Married, Apr. 15, 1847, 
Elizabeth, dau. of James Hughes, of Glan Rheidol, Cardigans. 
Died Oct. i, 1874. (Merchant I aylors' Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; 
Inns of Court; G. Mag., 1847, 11. 79.) 

PARRY, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Feb. 21, 

1817. S. of [Nicholas] Segar. B. at Hadham, Herts. Bapt. 
Aug. 12, 1798. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1818. 
'Died young.' Brother of Nicholas S. (1814). (Record of Old 
Westminsters.) 

PARRY, HENRY ROLAND. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 1880. 

PARRY, HOWARD LEWIS. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
June 25, 1841 (sizar, 1841-2). S. of Capt. — , of Caen, 
Normandy. Matric. Michs. 1841; B.A. 1845; M.A. 1865. 
Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1845; priest (London) 1846; C. of 
Sandhurst, Kent, 1845-8. C. of Newent, Clones., 1848-56. 
V. of Clearwell, 1857-95. Domestic Chaplain to the Dowager 
Countess of Dunraven. Died Mar. 13, 1895, aged 73, at 
ClearweU vicarage. Father of the next. (Cant. Act Book; 
T. A. Walker, 474; Cambridge Chronicle, Mar. 29, 1895.) 

PARRY, HOWARD LEWIS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1881. Of Gloucestershire. [S. of the Rev. Howard 
Lewis (above).] Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1885. Ord. 
deacon (Gloucester and Bristol) 1887; priest, 1888; C. of 
Clearwell, Gloucs., 1887-95. C. of Payhembury, Devon, 
1896-1910; V. there, 1910-37. Of 10, Charlton Road, 
Weston-super-Mare, in 1951, where he died Apr. 17, 1952. 
(Crockford.) 

PARRY, HUBERT. Adm. at Trinity Hall, May 2, 1888. 
[Younger] s. of Capt. W. H., of Derwent House, Sydenham, 
London, S.E. [and of Teignmouth]. B. Mar. i, 1870. School, 
Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1888; exhibitioner; B.A. 1891; 
M.A. 1899. Adm. SoUcitor, 1898; practised in London. Of 
Teignmouth in 1910. Died Nov. i, 1930. (Charterhouse Reg.; 
Law Lists; The Times, Nov. 4, 1930.) 

PARRY, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Oct. 5, 1887. 
S. of Albert, Esq., of Thomleigh, Vicar's Cross, Chester. 
School, King's, Chester. Matric. Michs. 1887. Brother of 
Albert (1892). 

PARRY, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, July i, 1854. 
Of Carnarvonshire. Matric. Michs. 1854; Scholar, 1855; 
B.A. (s8th Wrangler) 1858. Assistant Master at the Royal 
Institution, Liverpool, 1858-63. Ord. deacon (St David's) 
i860; priest (Chester) 1861; C. of Rock Ferry, 1S60-1. 
P.C. of Llangorwen, Cardigans., 1864-7. Tutor and Chaplain 
at Codrington CoUege, Barbados, 1867-80. C. of Langston- 
on-Swale, 1893-8. C. of Curdworth, Warws., 1899-1904. 
Subsequently of Walsgrave Lodge, Coventry. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1917. 

PARRY, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. i, 1877. 
Of Flintshire. S. of Alexander, of Glanrafon Llanasa, near 
Holywell. B. Feb. 19, 1857, at Whitford, near Holywell. 
School, Liverpool Institute. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881; 
M.A. 1884. Ord. deacon (Liverpool) 1880; priest, 1881; C. of 
St Chrysostom, Liverpool, 1880-3. C. of Rotherham, Yorks., 
1883-6. V. of St Stephen, Canonbury, 1887-93. V. of 
Bromley St Leonard's, Middlesex, 1893-1901. V. of Hammer- 
smith, 1901-6. Rural Dean of Hammersmith, 1902-6. 
Author, The Parish District Visiting Book. Resided latterly 
at Ilfracombe. Died June 30, 1915, at Kenley, Surrey. 
Brother of Joseph (1895) and Joshua?. (1900). (Scott.MSS.; 
Crockford; The Times, July i, 1915.) 

PARRY, JOHN DOCWRA. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Oct. 15, 

1818. Of Bedfordshire. Matric. Michs. 1819; B.A. 1824; 
M.A. 1827. C. of Aspley Guise, Beds., 1827. Of Brighton,' 
in 1833. Author of works on Bedfordshire, Wobum, and the 
coast of Sussex. The D.N.B. mistakenly gives 'probably 
died in 1833.' The 'Peel papers' in the British Museum 
contain letters from him to Sir Robert Peel, from which it 
is clear that he was still living in July, 1845, and probably in 
July, 1846. The following passages are particularly revealing: 

' 1 place these extracts from 1 he Builder in your hands 

merely adding that, as I have really studied the subject, as 
regards London churchyards, I may yet write much more, 
with some chance of utility. I w-ill not enlarge on my own 
distress — merely assuring you that it has lately been great — 
and that, as I am in great danger at 46 of sinking into pre- 
mature old age and helplessness, it is really a fit case for 
sympathy. .. .An M.A. of Cambridge, but not having suc- 
ceeded in the church [perhaps imfrocked, which would 
explain his absence from the Clergy List], I have pubUshed 
5 or 6 works — several topographical ones, one an illustrated 
collection of ancient poetry [The Legendary Cabinet], the 



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last a work on Brighton and Sussex at the expense of £700, 
by which I have been ruined.. . .Through this I have been 
compelled to relinquish the Portsmouth Herald, a paper which 
at my own risk I turned from a neutral or semi-Whig to an 
efficacious Conservative one. My family — an ancient one — 
was connected with the Bedford family.' His History of 
Wobum was issued under the patronage of the Duke of 
Bedford. (G. T. Hales; T. A. Walker, 405; D.N.B.) 

PARRY, JOHN HORNDON. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, 
Oct. 6, 1881. Eldest s. of John, Lieut, in the Royal Navy. 
B. at Deal. Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1902. 
Ord. deacon (Bath zmd Wells) 1889; priest, 1890; C. of 
Porlock, Somerset, 1889-91. Chaplain at Bassein and 
Henzada, Burma, 1891-4. Chaplain (Eccles. Est.) at 
Myingyan, 1894; at Shwebo, 1894-6; at Meiktila, 1896-9; 
at Port Blair, 1899-1901 ; at Fort Dufferin, Mandcday, 
1902-3. Off. Archdeacon of Rangoon, 1902-3; of Lahore, 
1912; Chaplain at Dagshai, 1903-4; at Lahore, 1904-5; at 
Hyderabad, Sind, 1905-6; at Quetta, 1906-8; at JuUundur, 
1909-12; at West Ridge, Rawal Pindi, 1912-13. Retired, 
1915. Of Beech Lee, Berrynarbor, Devon, in 1951. (Crock- 
ford.) 

PARRY, JOHN HUMPHREYS. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1880. 
[Eldest] s. of John [HumSreys], Serjeant-at-law (for whom 
see D.N.B.). [B. Oct. 29, 1861.] School, Highgate. Matric. 
Michs. 1880. Became an actor. Died in Apr. i8gi. (D.N.B.; 

Highgate Sch. Roll.) 

PARRY, JOHN PEERS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at St John's, 
Feb. 25, 1835. S. of John, Esq., of Stretton, near Westbury, 
Shropshire. [B. 1818. School, Shrewsbury.] Matric. Michs. 
1835; B.A. 1839; M.A. 1842. Incorp. at Durham, 1841. Ord. 
deacon (Durham) Dec. 18, 1841; priest, Dec. 17, 1842; C. of 
Bothal, Northumberland, 1841-5. C. of Llanllwchaiam, 
Montgom., 1848-51. Sometime C. of Eaton, Salop. Married, 
i860 (then of Stony Stretton Hall, Yockleton, Salop), 
Louisa Mary, yst. dau. of the Rev. J. J. Rogerson, V. of 
St JuUan's, Shrewsbury. Disappears from Clergy List and 
Crockford, 1875. Died Oct. 15, 1894, at Monmouth, 'late 
Curate at St Simon's, Southsea.' (Shreteisbury Sch. Reg.; 
Scott, MSS.; Durham Ord. Book; University Almanack, 
1895.) 

PARRY, JOHNSON. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 1890. S. of 
Edward. B. at Bodmin, Cornwall. Matric. Michs. 1890. 
Migrated to St Catharine's, Apr. 7, 1892, as Edward 
Johnson Parry; B.A. 1894. 

PARRY, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. 28, 1870. 
S. of Daniel [iron-worker] (and Ehzabeth Richards). B. 
May 21, 1841, at Merthyr Tydfyl, S. Wales. Bapt. 1841. 
[School, Royal Academy of Music] Mus.Bac. 1871; Mus.Doc. 
1878. Started work at the puddling furnaces before he 
was 10; emigrated with his parents to the U.S.A., 1854, 
settling at Danville, Pennsylvania. Organist at Danville. 
Gave a series of concerts in Pennsylvania, Ohio and New 
York, 1865, singing songs of his own composition. Moved 
to London, 1868, and entered the Royal Academy of Music; 
bronze medal, 1870; silver medal, 1871. Kept a music school 
at Danville, U.S.A., 1871-3. Professor of Music at the 
University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, 1873-9. Had a 
private school of music at Aberystwyth and at Swansea, 
1881-8. Lecturer, and subsequently Professor of Music, at 
University College, Cardiff, 1888-1903. Director of the 
S. Wales School of Music. Married, at DanviUe, Jane, dau. 
of Gomer Thomas, and had issue. Composed oratorios, 
cantatas, operas, anthems, etc. Died Feb. 17, 1903, at his 
residence, Cartref, Penarth. (Eagle, xxiv. 367; D.N.B.; 
Groves, Dictionary of Music and Musicians; Who was Who.) 

PARRY, The Rev. JOSEPH. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 1895. 
S. of Alexander. B. [Mar. 21, 1863], at Llanasa, Flint. 
School, Liverpool Institute; and at University College, 
London. Migrated to Christ's, Oct. i, 1896; B.A. 1898; 
M.A. 1904. Ord. deacon (Liverpool) 1893; priest (London) 
1895; C. of Widnes, Lanes., 1893-4. C. of Bromley St 
Leonard, Middlesex, 1894-5. C. of St Mary-the-Less, Cam- 
bridge, 1895-8. C. of St Silas, Pentonville, Middlesex, 
1899-1900. C. of Danby, Yorks., 1900-7. V. of Bilsdale, 
Kirkham, Yorks., 1907-14. Died Jan. 12, 1914, at Bilsdale 
Priory. Brother of John (1877) and Joshua P. (1900). (Crock- 
ford; Christ's College obit, notes; 2'he Times, Jan. 16, 1914.) 

PARRY, JOSEPH MARKHAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 12, 1816. Of Salop. Matric. Michs. 1816; B.A. 1820; 
M.A. 1823. Ord. deacon (Bristol, Litt. dim. from Hereford) 
Mar. 4, 1821; priest, Aug. 5, 1821. R. of North Muskham- 
cum-Holme, Notts., 1826-53. Married, Oct. 26, 1837, Eliza- 
beth, eldest dau. of WiUiam Barwick, Esq., of Holt Lodge, 
Norfolk. Died Aug. 19, 1853, at Muskham. (Clergy List; 
G. Mag., 1853, II. 536.) 

PARRY, JOSEPH MARTIN. Adm. pens, at Caius, Oct. 16, 1826. 
Did not reside. 



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PARRY, JOSHUA POWELL. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. igoo. 
S. of the Rev. A., deceased. B. Nov. 25, 1871, at Glanrafon, 
FlinU. School, Liverpool Institute. Matric. Michs. 1900; 
B.A. 1903; M.A. 1907. Ord. deacon (London) 1903; priest, 
1904; C. of St Paul's, Whitechapel, 1903-7. Chaplain in 
S. Perak, 1907-11. Lie. Pr., dio. of Norwich, 1912-13. C. of 
All Saints, Ipswich, 1913-14. V. of Bilsdale, Yorks., 1914-24. 
V. of St Stephen's, Ayres Quay, Bishop Wearmouth, 1924-5. 
Perm, to off., St Mary's, Fishponds, Gloucs., 1927-8. C. of 
Thombury, 1928-30. Died in Oct. 1930. Brother of John 
(1877) and Joseph'(i895). (Crockford; I he Guardian, i^ov. 7, 
1930.) 

PARRY, MALCOLM SCARLETT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Magdalene, July 9, 1880. S. of [Dr] Edward James, of 
10, Swan Hill, Shrewsbury. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. 
Michs. 1880; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1888. Ord. deacon (Chester) 
1885 ; priest, 1886; C. of St Peter's, Chester, 1885-7. Assistant 
Master at King's School, Chester, 1884-90. Acting C.F., 
1891-2. C. of St Bartholomew's, Southsea, 1892-4. C. of 
Aldershot, 1894-1904. V. of Astley, Salop, 1904-26. Sub- 
sequently of I, Lumley Road, Chester, where he died Jan. 12, 
1934. (Skrewibury Sck. Reg.; Crockford; The Times, Jan. 15, 
I934-) 

PARRY, NICHOLAS [SEGAR]. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
May 21, 1814. S. of Nicholas Segar. B. [1796], at Little 
Hadham, Herts. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1814; 
Scholar, 1815; B.A. 1818; M.A. 1821. Master of the 
Puckeridge Hounds, 1838-75. 'One of the greatest hound- 
breeders of the 19th century.' Died Nov. 28, 1879, at Little 
Hadham Place. Brother of Henry (1817). (Record of Old 
Westminsters; Boose, vi. 361.) 

PARRY, OWEN. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Mar. 19, 1753- Of 
Carnarvonshire. Matric. Michs. i753; LL.B. 1759. 

PARRY, RALPH. Matric. Non-Coil., Michs. 1893. S. of Edward 
Liddon. B. Oct. 15, 1873, at Dartmouth. School, Monmouth 
Grammar. Migrated to Christ's, June 20, 1895, but did not 
go into residence. Broke down in health, and died Sept. 15, 
1897. {Peile, u. 801.) 

PARRY, REGINALD ST JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Apr. 29, 1876. [3rd] s. of the Rev. Edward St John (Balliol 
College, O-xforJ, 1844), of Stoke House, Slough, Bucks. 
B. Jan. 15, 1858, at Leamington, Warws. School, Charter- 
house. Matric. Michs. 1876; Scholar; Abbott Scholar, 1877; 
Chancellor's medal, 1880; B.A. (2nd Classic] 1880; M.A. 
1883; B.D. 1903; D.D. 1913. Fellow, 1881-1935. Tutor, 
1894-1908; Vice-Master, 1919-35. Junior Proctor, 1890-1, 
during which time he was involved in the matter of the 
Spinning-House case. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1884; priest, 1885. 
Hon. Canon of Southwell, 1902. Author, Commentaries on the 
Epistle to the Romans. Died Feb. 22, 1935, at Cambridge. 
Brother of Cecil W. (1886). (Carthusian Worthies; Who was 
Who; The Times, Feb. 23, 1935; Cambridge Review, Mar. 8, 
I935-) 

PARRY, The Rev. RICHARD. B.D. 1756, incorp. from Oxford. 
[S. of Hugh, Yeoman of the Scalding Office. B. 1722, in 
Bury Street, St James, London. School, Westminster.] 
Matric. from Christ Church, Oxford, June 10, 1740; B.A. 
(Oxford) 1744; M.A. (Oxford) 1747; B.D. (Oxford) 1754; 
D.D. (Oxford) 1757. R. of Hawkhurst, Kent, 1748- Chap- 
lain to Lord Vere, 1750. Preacher at Market Harborough, 
Leics., 1754. R. of Witchampton, Dorset, 1757-80. Married, 
Dec. 31, 1757, Mary Anne, eldest dau. of Admiral Gascoigne, 
and had issue. Author, theological. Died Apr. 9, 1780; M.I. 
at Market Harborough. (At. Oxon.;D.N.B.; J. B.Whitmore.) 

PARRY, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 17, 
1793. [Eldest] s. of Richard, of Cambridge. School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1794; Browne medal, 1796; B.A. 1798; 
Chancellor's medal, 1798; M.A. 1801. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, May 7, 1796. Well known as a gentleman-coachman. 
( Rugby Sch. Reg., which describes his father as of Llanrhaidr, 
Denbigh; Inns of Court.) 

PARRY, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, June 24, 
1845. [Doubtless only s. of Edward, H.E.I.C.S., of Upper 
Berkeley Street, London (and Miss — Isaacs). B. 1826.] 
Matric. Michs. 1845. Of Nant Gwynant, Camarvons. Capt., 
Royal Scots Greys. Married, June 23, 1855, Louisa, dau. of 
Gen. Sir Richard England, G.C.B., and had issue. Died in 
May, 1873. (A. P. Burke, Family Records.) 

PARRY, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, June 15, 
1776. B. at Denbigh. Matric. Michs. 1776; Scholar, 1779; 
B.A. 1780; M.A. 1783; B.D. 1790. Fellow, 1781-1809; 
Junior Bursar, i8o8-g. Ord. deacon (Lincoln, Litt. dim. from 
Canterbury) Feb. 20, 1780; priest (Gloucester, Litt. dim. from 
Canterbury) Dec. 23, 1781; C. of Reculver (with the Chapel 
of Hoath), Kent, 1781. R. of Staplehurst, 1808-14. Uied 
Feb. 19, 1814, at Rochester. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 416; 
Cant. Act Book; G. Mag., 1814, I. 520.) 



Parry, William 

PARRY, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 18, 1890. 
S. of J. D., Esq., of II, Rocky Hill, Maidstone, Kent. School, 
Bedford. Matric. Michs. i8go. Appointed to the I.C.S., 
1890; Assistant Commissioner in Burma, 1892; District 
Judge, 1905; retired, Sept. 1906. (I.C.S. Lists.) 
PARRY, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, Feb. 26, 
1820. Nephew of the Rev. T., of Scrifiog, Holywell. B. in 
the diocese of St Asaph, Flints. Educated privately by the 
Rev. R. W. Lloyd, M.A. Matric. Michs. 1820; Scholar, 1823; 
B.A. 1824. 
PARRY, THOMAS GAMBIER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 11, 
1833. [Only child of Richard, a Director of the Hon. East 
India Co. (and Mary, dau. of Samuel Gambler, of Shenley 
Hall, Herts.). B. Feb. 22, 1816. School, Eton.] Matric. 
Michs. 1833; B.A. 1837; M.A. 1848. Purchased the estate of 
Highnam, near Gloucester, 1838, and resided there for the 
rest of his life. J. P. and D.L. for Gloucs.; High Sheriff, 1850. 
Built a church on his estate, 1848, in place of an earlier one 
destroyed. 'Highnam is consequently indebted to him for 
perhaps the most beautiful country church in the kingdom.' 
Covered its walls with frescoes of his own designing, inventing 
a process to ensure their permanence to which he gave the 
name of 'spirit fresco'; it was adopted by Sir Frederic 
Leighton in his frescoes at the South Kensington Museum, 
and by Ford Madox Brown. Painted, from his own designs, 
the frescoes on the roof of the nave of Ely Cathedral, 1862. 
Also painted frescoes in Gloucester Cathedral and Tewkes- 
bury Abbey, working always gratuitously. Founded the 
Children's Hospital and Home for Incurables and Orphanage 
at Gloucester and the School of Art there. Married (i) 
Aug. 13, 1839, Anna Maria Isabella, dau. of Henry Fynes- 
Clinton, of Welwyn, Herts.; (2) Aug. 5, 1S51, Ethelinda, dau. 
of the Very Rev. Francis Lear, Dean of SaUsbury. Author, 
The Ministry of Fine Art. Died Sept. 28, 1888, at Highnam. 
Father of Charies H. H. (1883). (Eton Sch. Lists; Boose, 11. 
1367; Burke, L.G.; D.N.B.; Nicholls, Persorxalities of the 
Forest of Dean.) 
PARRY, THOMAS HENRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 3, 
1900. S. of Thomas, J. P. B. [1881], at Mold, Flints. School, 
Alum, Mold; and at Aberystwyth University. Matric. Michs. 
1900; B.A. and LL.B. 1904. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 
Nov. 17, 1904. On the Chester and North Wales Circuit. 
Of Llys Ifor, Mold, Flints. M.P. for Flint Burghs, 1913; for 
Flintshire, 1918-24. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. (T.F.), 1914; Capt., 1914; Major, 
1916; Lieut.-Col.; wounded twice; D.S.O., 1917; mentioned 
in despatches; Order of the Nile, 4th class). D.L. for Fhnt- 
shire, 1922. Died Oct. 8, 1939. (Peile, 11. 845, which gives 
'b. April 21, 1878'; Vniv. War List; The V.C. and D.S.O.; 
Law Lists; Who was Who; The Times, Oct. 10, 1939.) 
PARRY, THOMAS JAMES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 2, 
1897. [2nd] s. of J[ames], Esq., of Halesworth, Suffolk. 
Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900; M.A. 1905. Ord. deacon 
(London) 1903; priest, 1904; C. of St Mark's, Netting Hill, 
1903-6. Miss, pr., dio. of Auckland, New Zealand, 1906-8. 
V. of Mt. Albert, with Avondale, N.Z., 1908-12. C. of Ford, 
Northumberland, 1912-14. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Chaplain, R.A.C.D.). V. of Longhirst, Northumber- 
land, 1917-20. Subsequently of Apsley, Thakeham, Pul- 
borough, Sussex, where he died Sept. 4, 1945. (Univ. War 
List; The Times, Sept. 7, 1945.) 
PARRY, THOMAS RICHARD JONATHAN HUGHES. Adm. 
pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 5, 1895. S. of T. Hughes, Esq., of 
Llanwllen Feehan, Llangollen, N. Wales. Matric. Michs. 1895. 
PARRY, THOMAS WILSON. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 9, 
1884. S. of Joseph Chatwin, retired banker (and Agnes 
Wilson). B. July 23, 1866, at Sydenham. School, Amersham 
Hall, near Reading (A. S. West, M.A.). Matric. Michs. 1884; 
B.A. 1887; M.A. 1891; M.B. and B.Chir. 1894; M.D. 1905. 
At St George's Hospital; Assistant Surgical Registrar. 
M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1892. Of Youlgreave, near Bakewell, 
Derbs., in 1900. Practised at Crouch End Hill, London, 
N. 8., 1910-40. Retired and resided at Belmont, Crouch 
End Hill. F.S.A., 1918. F.G.S. WeU known for his researches 
on the holing of the human skull in prehistoric times, on 
which subject he wrote a number of monographs, and 
possessed a remarkable collection of trephined skulls. Died 
Sept. 21, 1945. (Medical Directories; Antiquaries Journal, 
XXVI. 231-2; The Times, Sept. 24, 1945.) 

PARRY, The Rev. WILLIAM. B.A. i773. incorp. from Oxford; 
M.A. from Emmanuel, 1773. [S. of Griffith, of Dolgelly, 
Merioneth.] Matric. from Jesus College, Oxford, Oct. 29, 
1750, aged 19; B.A. (Oxford) 1754. R.of Llanfwrog, Denbigh, 
until 1795. V. of Llanfair-Dyffryn-Clwyd (or -Talhaiam), 
1795-1804. Died in 1804. (Al. Oxon.; CatU. Act Book.) 

PARRY, WILLIAM. Matric. Non-Coil., from Ayerst H., 

Easter, 1896. 



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PARRY, WILLIAM HARVEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 22, 
1814. [Eldest s. of Williani, of 16, Montagu Square, London. 
School, Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 1815; B.A. 1819. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Aug. 3, 1815. Called to the Bar, 1823. Of 
Southampton. Died July 26, 1853. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Inns 
of Cmtrt.) 

parry, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. sizar at St John's, Apr. 22, 
1803. [S. of Henry, draper, of Shrewsbury.] B. Feb. 3, 
1785, at Shrewsbury. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 
1803; Scholar, 1805; B.A. (16II1 Wrangler) 1808; Members' 
prize, i8io; M.A. i8ii; Norrisian prize, 1813; B.D. 1818. 
Fellow, 181 1-29. Tutor to the sons of the Duke of Portland. 
Ord. deacon (Salisbury, Litt. dim. from Ely) Dec. 21, 1808; 
priest (Exeter, Litt. dim. from Ely) Apr. 21, 1810; C. of 
Swavesey, Canibs., 1808. R. of Holt, Norfolk, 1828-37. 
R. of Bothal, Northumberiand, 1837-45. Select Preacher at 
Cambridge, 1827. Married, Oct. 10, 1829, Elizabeth, yst. 
dau. of Dr Cory, Master of Emmanuel, and had issue. Died 
May II, 1845, at Bothal; 'few persons have died more 
regretted as a pastor and as a friend.' Brother of Edward 
(1799). (Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Clergy Lists; G. Mag., 1845, 
II. 205.) 

PARRY, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, July 5, 
1852. S. of Thomas. B. Aug. 17, 1831, at Chester. School, 
private. Matric. Michs. 1852; Scholar, 1853; B.A. 1856; 
M.A. 1859. Ord. deacon (St David's) 1862; priest, 1863. 
Assistant Master at the Royal Grammar School, Armagh, 
i86i-2. Second Master of Christ College, Brecon, and C. of 
St John and St Mary, 1862-76. Principal of the National 
Society's Training College at Carmarthen, 1876-81. Died 
Mar. II, 1881. Father of Arthur L. (1881). (Peile, 11. 525; 
Boase, vi. 362; Crockford.) 

PARRY, WILLIAM LLOYD. Adm. pens, at Magdalene, Feb. 6, 
1830. S. of Francis, Esq., of Shrewsbury. School, Shrews- 
hnry (left in 1825). Matric. Michs. 1830; B.A. 1834. Adm. 
a Burgess of Shrewsbury, 1836; ' a gentleman." (F. P. White.) 

PARRY-JONES, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 28) at Pembroke, 
Oct. 8, 1885. Only s. of the Rev. Richard P. (1835, sub Jones), 
deceased, R. of Gaerwen [Llanfihangel], Isle of Anglesey. 
B. May 29, 1858, at Denbigh. Schools, Ruthin Grammar 
[and at Hanover, Germany]. Matric. Michs. 1885; Scholar; 
B.A. 1888. Extra First Board of Trade certificated Engineer, 
i888; M.I.M.E., 1890. General Manager of the Union Iron 
Works, Carnarvon. Expert Surveyor for the London Salvage 
Association, 1897. Chief Surveyor, representing British and 
American Underwriters on the Great Lakes and St Lawrence. 
Lloyd's Agent for Ohio. Living in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1922. 
(J. T. Rule.) 

PARSEY, EDWARD WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. I, 1882. S. of W[imam] H[enry] (King's CoUege, 
London), M.D., of Hatton, near Warwick. B. Oct. 29, 1864. 
School, Leamington College. Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 
1885; M.A. 1892; M.B. and B.Chir. 1894. At St Thomas's 
Hospital. Assistant Resident Medical Officer and Registrar, 
Paddington infirmary. Practised for many years at King's 
Norton, Worcs. Of Glenavon House, King's Norton, in 1946. 
(Medical Directories.) 

PARSLOW, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, May 22, 
1783. Of Bedfordshire. [Doubtless s. of the Rev. Thomas 
(1749).] Matric. Michs. 1783; Scholar; B.A. 1788; M.A. 
1791. Ord. priest (Gloucester) Sept. 19, 1790; C. of King's 
Stanley, Gloucs. V. of Ardeley (or Yardley), Herts., i793- 
1827. Died July 22, 1827, aged 61. (Hockaday's MSB.; 
G. Mag., 1827, II. 91.) 

PARSON, GEORGE WEBBE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caios, 
July 4, 1805. S. of Edward, of Constantine, Cornwall. B. in 
the Island of St Christopher, W. Indies. School, Bristol. 
Matric. Michs. 1805; B.A. 1809. 

PARSON, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, June 10, 
1766, as Parsons. S. of Edward, Esq., of Herts. B. at New 
Place. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1767; B.A. 1770; M.A. 
1773. Ord. deacon (London) June 11, 1772; priest, July 26, 
1772. R. of Little Pamdon, Essex, 1 772-181 1. R. of Larling, 
Norfolk, 1774-81. R. of Meesden, Herts., 1781-1790. R. of 
East Wretham (with W. Wretham, 1794). Norfolk, 1790-6. 
R. of Brandon Ferry, SuSolk, i79i-4- Died Aug. 10, 1811, 
'aged 64,' at St Croix, W. Indies; 'brother of John Parson, 
esquire, of Botesdale, who died on the same day.' {Eton 
Coll. Reg.; St John's Coll. Adm., in. 712; G. Mag., 1811, 11. 
657.) 

PARSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 23, 1802. 
Doubtful if resided. See Al. Oxon. for a contemporary name- 
sake at Brasenose, who had cures in Norfolk. 



Parsons, Earls of 

PARSON, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar at Clare, June 26, 1797. B. at 
Rushall, Stags. Matric. Michs. 1798; B.A. {6th Wrangler) 
1802; M.A. 1805. Fellow, 1804-10. Ord. deacon, June 1805. 
R. of Campsey Ash, Suffolk, 1829. R. of Ashwicken and 
Leziat, Norfolk, 1826-36. Father of Thomas H. {1846). 
(Blomefield (supp.).) 

PARSON, SAMUEL PEARCE TREGEAR. Adm. pens, at 
Corpus Christi, Feb. 10, 1781; re-adm. Fell. -Com. Feb. 12 
1785. Of London. [Only s. of John, Doctor of Medicine, of 
St James, Clerkenwell.] Matric. Michs. 1781; Scholar; LL.B. 
1787; LL.D. 1792. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Feb. 4, 1782. 
(Inns of Court.) 

PARSON, THOMAS HARDWICKE. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
May 6, 1846. [8th s. of the Rev. Joseph (i797), late R. of 
Campsey Ash, Suffolk. B. June 22, 1827, at Greenwich. 
School, Clapham. Matric. Michs. 1846. Kept one term. 
Matric. (age 20) from Magdalen Hall, Oxford, Nov. 11, 1847. 
Lived with his mother at Balham Hill. {Peile, 11. 497; ^'• 
Oxon.) 

PARSON, WILLIAM WOODLEY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Jan. 30, 1792. S. of Edward. B. at Little Pamdon, Essex. 
School, Walthamstow. Matric. Lent, 1792; B.A. 1796. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) May 22, 1796; priest, Sept. 25, 1796. R. of 
Brandon with Wangford, Suffolk, 1796-38. Died Sept. 18, 
1838, 'after a long and severe illness.' (Peile, 11. 333; Clerical 
Guide; G. Mag., 1838, 11. 665, 'William' only.) 

PARSONS, AUGUSTUS JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Nov. 17, 1853. S. of James. B. at Stoneham, Hants. School, 
Hants, (private). Matric. Michs. 1854; B.A. 1858. Ord. 
deacon (Chichester) 1859; priest, i860; C. of St John-the- 
Baptist, Lewes, Sussex, 1859-62. R. of St Anne's, Lewes, 
1862-98. Chaplain to the Earl of Abergavenny. Died Mar. 5, 
1920, at Bournemouth, aged 84. Father of Edward M. K. 
(1883) and Basil Moutray (1899, sub Moutray). (Scott, MSS.; 
Crockford; The Times, Mar. 11, 1920.) 

PARSONS, BASIL (1899), see MOUTRAY, BASIL. 

PARSONS, BENJAMIN. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 10, 1870. 
S. of Benjamin, dissenting Minister [for whom see D.N.B.] 
(and AmeUa, dau. of Samuel Fry, of Devonport). B. June i, 
1846, at Stonehouse, Gloucs. Matric. Michs. 1870; B.A. 
1874. Re-adm. (for Mus.Bac.) May 7, 1879; Oct. 19, 1882; 
and Jan. 24, 1885 (but unsuccessful). 

PARSONS, The Hon. CHARLES ALGERNON. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, June 14, 1873. [6th, and youngest] s. of WilUam, 
3rd Earl of Rosse (1842) (and Mary, dau. of John Wihner 
Field, of Heaton Hall, Yorks.). B. June 13, 1854. [Did not 
attend any school, but, with his brothers, was privately 
instructed; and spent a short time at Trinity College, Dublin. ] 
Matric. Michs. 1873; Scholar, 1875; B.A. (nth Wrangler) 
1877; M.A. 1894; Hon. Sc.D. igo8. Rede Lecturer, 1911. 
Hon. Fellow, 1902. Hon. Dr of Oxford, DubHn, Durham, 
Glasgow and Edinburgh. C.B., 1904; K.C.B., 191 1; O.M., 
1027. Of Ray Demesne, Kirk-Whelpington, Northumberland. 
J^P. for Northumberiand; High Sheriff, 1910. President of 
the British Association, 1919. F.R.S., 1898; Copley medal, 
1928; Rumford medal, 1902. Pupil at the Elswick works; 
partner in Messrs Clarke, Chapman and Co. at Gateshead, 
1883, where he built bis first turbine. The Tiirbinia,the first 
turbine-driven vessel, was launched in 1897. Chairman of 
the electrical and engineering works of Messrs C. A. Parsons 
and Co., at Heaton, Newcastle-on-Ty-ne ; and of the Parsons 
Marine Steam Turbine Co. Ltd. Sometime President, N.E. 
Coast Institute of Engineers and Shipbuilders. It was chiefly 
owing to his work that the turbine became the prime mover 
for the generation of electricity in the largest power stations 
and for the propulsion of the largest and fastest ships. 
Married, Jan. 10, 1883, Katherine, dau. of WiUiam Froggatt 
Bethell, of Rise, and had issue. Died at sea, Feb. 11, 1931. 
Brother of Lawrence, Earl of Rosse (1900). (Charles Parsons, 
his life and work; Who was Who; Burke, P. and B. (sub 
Rosse); Proc. Royal Soc. A, 131 (1931). v; Fox-Davies, 
Armorial Families; Eagle, xlvi. 187; The Times, Feb. 13, 
1931-) 

PARSONS, COURTENEY CHARLES. Adm. at Selwyn H., 
Oct. I, 1887. B. July 3, 1870. Matric. Michs. 1887. At 
St Mary's Hospital, London. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1896. 
Assistant House Surgeon, N. Staffs. Infirmary. Of East 
Hoathly, Sussex, in 1900. (Medical DireUories.) 



PARSONS, Earls of, see ROSSE. 



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Parsons, Edward Moutray Kinnaird 

PARSONS, EDWARD MOUTRAY KINNAIRD. Adm. at 
Trinity Hall, 1883. S. of the Rev. A[ugustus] [James] 
(1853), R. of St Anne's, Lewes, Sussex. [B. Oct. 9, 1864.] 
School, St Edward's, Oxford. Matric. Michs. 1883. Entered 
the Army from the Militia, 1886; Lieut., West Riding Regt.; 
Capt., 1895. Served with the Mounted Infantry in S. Africa, 
1896. Adjutant of Volunteers, 1900-2; Major, 1906. 
Governor of military prison, and Commandant, detention 
barracks, 1902-11. Retired, with the rank of Lieut. -Col., 
1919. Died at Brighton, Dec. 21, 1949. Brother of Basil M. 
{sub Moutray) (1899). {Roll of St Edward's Sch.; Army Lists; 
The Times, Dec. 22, 1949.) 

PARSONS, EDWARD THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Clare, 1858. 
Matric. Michs. 1858. 

PARSONS, FRANCIS COTTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 8, 
1886. [2nd] s. of William Baldock, of Aylmer HaU, King's 
Lyim, Norfolk. B. Nov. 29, 1867, at Waterbeach, Cambs. 
School, .Amersham Hall, near Caversham, Oxon. Matric. 
Michs. 1886; B.A. 1916; M.A. 1921. Appointed to the I.C.S., 
1886; served in Madras as ."Assistant Collector and Magistrate; 
Special Settlement Officer, 1894; Head Assistant Collector 
and Magistrate, 1897. Special Settlement Officer, Malabar, 
1898. Head .'\ssistant Collector, S. Canara, 1901. Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate, 1902. Collector and Magis- 
trate, 1904. District and Sessions Judge, 1907-8. Assistant 
Magistrate and Assistant to Governor, Vizagapatam, 1909. 
Retired, Aug. 1914. Resided latterly at Trumpington, 
Cambridge. Died Dec. 23, 1924, at Lausanne. (Scott, MSS.; 
I.C.S. Lists; The Times, Dec. 30, 1924.) 

PARSONS, The Rev. FRANCIS CRANE. B.A. 1785, incorp. from 
Oxford; M.A. 1785. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 10, 

1785. [S. of Henry, doctor, of Ham, Somerset.] Matric. from 
Exeter College, Oxford, Mar. g, 1749-50, age 18; B.A. 
(Oxford) 1753. V. of Holbeton, Devon, 1777. R. of Rimpton 
and Lympsham, Somerset, 1785. {Cant. Act Book, which 
gives 'Kimpton' and 'Kimpsham'; Al. Oxon.) 

PARSONS, [FREDERICK]. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Mar. 9, 1813. 
S. of the Rev. John WeddeU (1772). B. at Hitchin, Herts. 
Matric. Michs. 1813; exhibitioner, 1814; Scholar, 1815; B.A. 
1817. V. of Wellington, and P.C. of Marstow and Pencoyd, 
Heref. (following his father) 1825-48. Died Apr. 22, 1848, 
at Avouches, Switzerland. (G. Mag., 1848, 11. loi.) 

PARSONS, The Rev. HENRY. Adm. at Trinity Hall, July 3, 
1832. M.A. 1833, incorp. from Oxford. S. of Joseph, of 
Peterborough. Matric. from Balliol College, Oxford, May 30, 
1816, aged 18; Scholar, 1816-21; B.A. (Oxford) 1820; M.A. 
(Oxford) 1823. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1820; priest, 1822. 
P.C. of Upton St Leonards, Gloucs., 1833-46. R. of Sand- 
hurst, Berks., 1850-78. Died Jan. 2, 1878. {Al. Oxon.; 
Crockford; Northants. Clergy, x. 187.) 

PARSONS, HENRY CLIFTON (1825), see CLIFTON, HENRY. 

PARSONS, HENRY JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 18, 

1805. Matric. Easter, 1806. 

PARSONS, HERBERT JOHN. Adm. a scholar at Queens', 
Oct. 1896. S. of John [H.M. Assistant Inspector of Schools]. 
B. Mar. 7, 1877, at Chelsea. [School, St Paul's.] Matric. 
Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899; M.A. 1904. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 
1901; priest, 1902; C. of Battersea, 1901-4. C. of Banning, 
Kent, 1904-8. C. of St Mark's, Southampton, 1908-16. 
V. of Vemham Dean (with Linkenholt R., 1918-27), Hants., 
1916-27. V. of Odiham, 1927-36. V. of St Ambrose, Bourne- 
mouth, 1936-46. Of 66, Danecourt Road, Parkstone, Dorset, 
in 195 1. {St Paul's Sch. Reg.; Crockford.) 

PARSONS, JAMES AMBROSE. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 1878; 
B.A. 1882. Of Cavendish H. Adm. Solicitor, Dec. 1884; 
practised at King's Lynn, Norfolk. Of The Chase, King's 
Lynn, in 1942. {Law Lists.) 

PARSONS, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Trinity Hall, July 3, 1777. 
Died before coming into residence. 

PARSONS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 11, 1786. 
Of Nottinghamshire. [School, Eton.] Matric. Lent, 1787; 
LL.B. 1792. Ord. deacon (London) Apr. 22, 1792. Probably 
R. of Carsington, Derbs., 1808-25. Died Aug. 3, 1825. 
(G. Mag., 1826, I. 378; Eton Coll. Reg.) 

PARSONS, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Magdalene, June 30, 

1786. [Only] s. of John, of 'Wysswall' [Wirswall], Cheshire. 
School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1787; B.A. 1791. Adm. 
at the Middle Temple, Apr. 25, 1792. {Inns of Court.) 

PARSONS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 4, 1867. [S. of 
W., of Pontardawe, Glam. B. 1849. School, Sherborne.] 
Did not reside. Adm. at Emmanuel, Jan. 7, 1868. Matric. 
Lent, 1868. Of Ashurst Place, Langton, Tunbridge Wells, 
in 1900. 



Part, Anthony Frederick Holme 

PARSONS, JOHN EDWARD HOCKING. Adm. pens, at 
Corpus Christi, Oct. i, 1889. S. of Thomas, gent., of 
Whiteleaf, Monks Risboro', Tring. B. Nov. 12, 1870, at 
Aylesbury. School, Lowestoft. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 
1894. At Guy's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1899. Prac- 
tised at Shipton-under-Wychwood, Oxon., for many years. 
M.B.E., 1920. (Not in Medical Directory, 1931 ; Burke, 
O.B.E.) 

PARSONS, JOHN HUMPHREYS. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Dec. 14, 1846. Of Hants. 

PARSONS, JOHN WEDDELL. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Jan. 9, 
1772. Of London. Matric. Michs. 1772; B.A. 1776. V. of 
Wellington and P.C. of Marstow and Pencoyd, Heref., 
1783-1825. Died early in 1825. Father of Frederick (1813). 
(G. Mag., 1825, I. 378.) 

PARSONS, LAWRENCE JOHN. .\dm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 17, 1843. S. of Richard, of Mansfield, Notts, (and Anne), 

B. there. Bapt. July 16, 1824. Matric. Michs. 1843; B.A. 
1849; M.A. 1854. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1850; priest, 1851; 

C. of East Stoke, Notts., 1851-3. Chaplain at Archbishop 
Tenison's Chapel, Regent Street, London, 1854. Appointed 
Chaplain to the Forces (for the Crimea), 1854; commissioned, 
1857; Chaplain to the Forces in Dublin; Assistant Chaplain 
at Shomcliffe; retired 1874. Resided latterly at Mansfield. 
Died May 22, 1891, aged 66, at Woodbury. {Crockford; 
Eagle, XVII. 206; Scott, MSS.; Army Lists; The Guardian, 
June 24, 1891.) 

PARSONS, NEWTON. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Sept. 25, 1887. 
S. of [Uriah and] Mrs Parsons, of Charlton Horethome, near 
Sherborne. [B. July 6, 1868. School, Weymouth.] Matric. 
Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890; M.A. 1894. Ord. deacon (Bath and 
Wells) 1892; priest, 1894; C. of Wrington, Somerset, 1892-6. 
C. of Mt Gambler, S. Australia, 1896-9. R. of Pen-Selwood, 
Somerset, 1900-41. Of The Manor House, Charlton Hore- 
thome, Sherborne, in 1951. {Crockford; Weymouth Coll. Reg.) 

PARSONS, WALTER LANGLEY EDWARD. Adm. (age 20) at 
Pembroke, Oct. i, 1891. S. of Charles William, soUcitor, 
deceased, of Austrey, near Atherstone, Warws. B. there, 
July 14, 1872. School, King Edward's, Birmingham. Matric. 
Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894 (Theol. Trip., Pt I, :st Class, 1896); 
Jeremie Septuagrnt prize, 1895; Crosse Divinity Scholar, 
1896; Cams Greek testament prize, 1894 and 1897; M.A. 
1898. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1896; priest, 1897; C. of All 
Saints, Newington (Pembroke College Mission) 1896-8. 
Theol. Lecturer at Selwyn College, Cambridge, 1898-1905; 
Dean, 1899-1905. Missioner, Pembroke College Mission, 
Walworth, 1905-10. V. of Roxby with Risby, Lines., 
1910-18. Hon. Canon of Norwich, 1933. R. of Salle, 
Norfolk, 1918-46. Died Dec. 6, 1951, at Whitchurch, Warws. 
{Crockford.) 

PARSONS, WILLIAM. Adm. (age 17) sizar at St John's, 
Oct. 5, 1835. Of Essex. S. of W., of Dedham. School, 
Dedham. Did not reside. 

PARSONS, WILLIAM (1842), see ROSSE, Earl of. 

PARSONS, WILLIAM JAMES. Adm. at Clare, May 11, 1897. 
[S. of B. W., J. P., of Horsehills House, Horley, Surrey. 
B. 1878.] School, Malvern College. Matric. Michs. 1897. 
In business. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut., 
R.A.S.C). Of The Wrays, Burdon Lane, Cheam, Surrey, in 
1925. {Malvern Coll. Reg.) 

PARSONS-SMITH, SAMUEL HENRY. Adm. pens, at Selwyn 
H., Oct. 1, 1896. B. Mar. 8, 1878. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 
1859. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Major, Supply and 
Transport Corps, Indian Army). {Univ. War List.) 

PART, ALEXANDER FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 29, 1895. S. of Charles Thomas (1866), of Aldenham 
Lodge, Radlett, Herts, (and Isobel Anne Mackintosh). B. 
Sept. 25, 1876, in London. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 
1895; B.A. 1898. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple. June 27, 
1900. On the South-Eastem Circuit, Essex and Herts. 
Sessions. Of 25, Stanford Court, Cornwall Gardens, London, 
S.W., in 1946. {Harrmv Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; Burke, L.G. 
(for parents).) 

PART, ANTHONY FREDERICK HOLME. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, June 25, 1899. S. of Oswald Edward, of Seven- 
hampton Manor, Andoversford, Gloucs. B. [July 1881], at 
Southport, Lanes. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1899. 
Joined the 20th Hussars, 1900. Served in the S. African War, 
1899-1902 (Capt., Leics. Yeomanry; wounded). Retired, 
1906. Of Horninghold, Leics., in 1937. {Harrmv Sch. Reg.) 



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Part, Charles Thomas 

PART, CHARLES THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May i, 
1866. [Eldest] s. of Thomas [of Aldenham Lodge, Radlett, 
Herts, (and Frances, dau. of Thomas Woodcock)]. B. 
[Dec. 7], 1847, at Ashley, Wigan, Lanes. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 1871; M.A. 1874. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Jan. 27, 1868. Called to the Bar, June 6, 
1871. On the Northern Circuit. Succeeded to Aldenham 
Lodge, Radlett, in 1885. J. P. and D.L. for Herts.; High 
Sheriff, 1898. Married, 1874, Isobel Anne, dau. of Alexander 
Mackintosh (26th) of Mackintosh. Died Sept. 12, 1926. 
Father of Alexander F. (1895). (Harrou.' Sch. Reg.; Law 
Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; Burke, L.G.) 

PARTINGTON, HUGH BASIL. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1892. 
2nd s. of the Rev. Thomas (next), V. of Netherfield, Sussex. 

B. there, June 22, 1S74. School, Marlborough College. 
Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1897. District Commissioner at 
Kisumu, East Africa, 1912. Died July i, 1914, at Mombasa. 
Brother of Thomas E. (1887). (Marlborough Coll. Reg.) 

PARTINGTON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 31, 
1859. S. of Edward, of 45, Gloucester Place, London. B. 
Dec. 22, 1840, in London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1859; B.A. 1863; M.A. 1866. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1864; 
priest, 1865; C. of St Thomas, Ryde, Isle of Wight, 1864-6. 

C. of St Anne's, Soho, 1867. C. of Battle, Sussex, 1867-8. 
V. of Netherfield, 1868-88. Died Feb. 25, 1888. Father of 
the above and the next. (Crockford; The Guardian, Feb. 29, 
1888.) 

PARTINGTON, THOMAS EDWARD. Adm. at King's, Oct. 8, 

1887. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Thomas (above), of Netherfield, 
Sussex. B. Feb. 27, 1869. School, Haileybury. Matric. 
Michs. 1889; B.A. 1891. ,\dm. Solicitor, Oct. 1894; practised 
in London. Resided at Wimbledon. Died Apr. 19, 1937, at 
West Wimbledon. Brother of Hugh B. (1892). {Haileybury 
Reg.; Law Lists; The Times, Apr. 21, 1937; King's CoU. 
Reg.) 

PARTON, ERNEST GEORGE. Adm. at Clare, May 11, 1897. 
[Eldest s. of George Adolphus, Esq., of Streatham Common, 
London. B. Dec. 10, 1878.] School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 
1897. Migrated to University College, Oxford; B.A. (Oxford) 
1903. Adm. Solicitor, Feb. 1905; practised in London. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., London Regt. and 
General Staff (Draft Conducting Officer)). Died Dec. 4, 1924. 
(Rugby Sch. Reg.; Univ. War List; Law Lists.) 

PARTRIDGE, ARNOLD. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Jesus, Oct. 

1888. S. of [Dr] Samuel. B. at Darlaston, Staffs. School, 
Walsall. Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. i8gi; M.A. 1905. Ord. 
deacon (York) 1893; priest, 1894; C. of Sculcoates, Yorks., 
1893-5. C. of Sigglesthome, 1895-6. C. of Brantingham, 
1897-1901. C.'of Kirby-Misperton, 1901-5. C. of Masbrough, 
1905-6. V. of Kirkby Ireleth, Lanes., 1906-13. V. of Great 
Barr, Staffs., 1913-16. C.-in-C. of Muncaster, Cumber- 
land, 1918-19; V. there, 1919-41. Died Aug. 9, 1941, at 
Muncaster Chase, Ravenglass. (Crockford; The Titles, 
Aug. 12, 1941.) 

PARTRIDGE, CHARLES FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
July 9, 1829. [3rd s. of Henry Samuel (Magdalen College, 
Oxford, iSoi),of Hockham Hall, Norfolk. [B. Nov. 28, 1811.] 
Schools, Bury St Edmunds and Charterhouse (1826).] Matric. 
Michs. 1830; B.A. 1834; M.A. 1838. Ord. deacon, 1835; 
priest, 1836. V. of Chicheley, Bucks., 1850-60. Died, 
unmarried, Apr. 9, i860. Brother of Walter J. (1833). 
(Burv St Edmunds Gr. Sch. Reg.; List of Carthusians; Burke, 
L.G.; Clergy List; Crockford; G. Mag., i860, i. 523.) 

PARTRIDGE, CHARLES STANLEY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
June 24, 1892. S. of Charles Thomas. B. [Feb. 10, 1872], 
at Offton [Place], Suffolk. Schools, Queen Elizabeth's, 
Ipswich and in France. Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; 
M.A. 1901. For sometime a private tutor. In the Colonial 
Civil Service, 1901-15 ; Assistant Commissioner in S. Nigeria; 
District Commissioner, Ikot-Expene, 1906; Acting Chief 
Assistant Colonial Secretary, 1909. Represented S. Nigeria 
in the re-delimitation of Anglo-French boundary and of 
Ekita boundarv, 1909. At Badagri, 1910; Resident at 
Ibadan, 1911. Retired, 1915. F.R.G.S., 1903; F.S.A., 1904. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Staff Lieut., Special List 
(Railway Transport Officer in Italy)). Author, Cross River 
Natives; King Edward's Ring; etc. Founder and first editor 
of East Anglian Miscellanv, 1901. Of Stowmarket, Suffolk, 
in 1951. (C. S. Partridge; Peile, 11. 776; Univ. War List.) 

PARTRIDGE, GEORGE HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 23, 1871. [Youngest] s. of Edward [Otto], of Builth, 
Brecons. [and sometime of Hazlehurst, Hereford]. B. 
Oct. II, 1852, at Ross. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1871. 
' Is now (1899) in Australia.' Died Jan. 9, 1944, at Wabroonga, 
Sydney, N.S.W. (Eton Sch. Lists; The Times, Jan. 18, 
1944 ■) 



Partridge, Walter John 

PARTRIDGE, HENRY THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity, Mar. 11, 1856. S. of Henry Champion (Brasenose 
College, Oxford, 1825), Esq., of Hockham HaU, Norfolk 
(died 1850) (and Etheldred Frances, eldest dau. of Lieut. - 
Gen. Thomas Birch Reynardson, of Holywell, Lines.). 
[B. Feb. 1836. School, Brighton College.] Matric. Michs. 
1856. Migrated to Magdalene, Oct. 27, 1857. Succeeded his 
grandfather, Henry Samuel Partridge, at Hockham Hall, 
Norfolk, 1858. J.P. for Norfolk. Married, July 14, 1868, 
Gertrude Emily, only dau. of the Yen. Archdeacon Richard 
Kempthome, R. of Elton, Hunts., and had issue. Died 
Feb. 15, 1915. (Brighton Coll. Reg.; Burke, L.G.) 

PARTRIDGE, JAMES. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 9, 1772. 
Of Westmorland. Matric. Michs. 1773; Scholar, 1776; B.A. 
1777. Name off, Oct. 10, 1777- 

PARTRIDGE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 20, 1784. 
[4th] s. of Henry (1728), Esq., of King's Lynn, Norfolk. 
B. there [July, 1766]. School, Bury St Edmunds. Matric. 
Michs. 1784; Scholar, 1784; B.A. 1788; U..\. 1791. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) Dec. 20, 1789; priest, Sept. 29, 1790- 
R. of Cranwich, Norfolk, 1 791-1800. V. of Methwold, 
1804-13. Married, Mar. 31, 1801, Sarah, dau. of Edward 
Everard, Esq., of King's Ljmn. Died May 17, 1813, at 
Brighton; buried there. (Bury St Edmunds Sch. Reg.; 
St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 416; G. Mag., 1813, 502; Blomefield, 
supp.) 

PARTRIDGE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Sidney, June 27, 1844- 
[3rd s. of James, of Tiverton, Devon. B. there, Apr. 26, 1826. 
School, Blundell's, Tiverton (iMr Sanders).] Matric. Michs. 
1844. Migrated to Queens', May 2, 1845; B.A. 1848; M.A. 
1856. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1849; priest, 1850; C. of Plym- 
stoek, 1850-2, and Second Master of the New Grammar 
School, Plymouth, 1850-2. Head Master of the Proprietary 
Grammar School at Gt Yarmouth, 1852-64. Disappears 
from Clergy List, 1865. (Blundell's Sch. Reg.) 

PARTRIDGE, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Clare, Apr. 13, 1757- 
B. at Rotterdam. Matric. Michs. 1757; B.A. 1761; M.A. 
1764. Ord. deacon (Norwich) July 18, 1762; priest, Sept. 19, 
1762. V. of Cranworth with Letton and South Bergh, 
Norfolk, 1762-1802. Died Mar. 11, 1802, aged 64. (G. Mag., 
1802, I. 375-) 

PARTRIDGE, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, 
Jan. 25, 1815. Of Norfolk. [Doubtless s. of Robert (who died 
in 1817). B. 1797.]. Matric. Michs. 1816; Scholar, 1816; 
B..\. 1821. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Mar. 3, 1822. Died in 
the Close, Norwich, Apr. 15, 1823. (Burke, L.G. (Partridge 
of Hockham HaU); G. Mag., 1823, 11. 91.) 

PARTRIDGE, THOMAS BURROUGH. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, July 8, 1852. S. of the Rev. Thomas, of Louth, 
Lines, (and Fanny). B. there [May 26, 1832]. Bapt. June 28, 
1832. Schools, Grantham (the Rev. J. W. Inman) [and 
King Wilham's College, Isle of Man]. Matric. Michs. 1852; 
B.A. 1856; M.B. 1861. At Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cam- 
bridge, and St George's Hospital; and also at Edinburgh. 
Senior Assistani Physician, Metropolitan Free Hospital. 
Physician, West Derby Union cholera dispensary, 1866. 
Physician, Surrey Dispensary, Great Dover Street. Practised 
in South Kensington until 1890. Senior Physician, Chelsea, 
Brompton and Belgrave dispensaries. Married, Sept. 19, 
1861, Arabella Lucy, dau. of the Rev. R. R. Ford, M.A. 
Became a pensioner at the Charterhouse, and died there 
Apr. 15, 1913. (Scott, MSS.; Medical Directories; G. Mag., 
1861, II. 558.) 

PARTRIDGE, WALTER HENRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Jan. 28, 1863. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Walter John (next), 
R. of Caston, Norfolk (and his ist wife, Maria Agnes, dau. 
of Sir Charles Mansfield Clarke, Bart.). B. Apr. 7, 1844, at 
Caston. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1863; B.A. 1868. 
Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1868; priest, i860; C. of Crayford, 
Kent, 1868-71. C. of Rickinghall Superior, Suffolk, 1871-7. 
C. of Witney, Oxon., 1877-9. C. of Holywell, 1879-86. 
R. of Caston, Norfolk (succeeding his father), 1886-1919, 
and R. D. of Thetford and Breccles, 1S98-1915. Married, 
June 25, 1872, Ellen EUzabeth, dau. of WilUam Oliver 
Dodgson, of Manor House, Sevenoaks, Kent, and had issue. 
Subsequently of Sandown, Isle of Wight, where he died 
May II, 1938. (Peile, 11. 575; Burke, L.G.; Crockford; The 
Times, May 13, 1938.) 

PARTRIDGE, WALTER JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
June 13, 1833. Of Norfolk. [4th s. of Henry Samuel 
(Magdalen College, Oxford, 1801), J. P., D.L., of Hockham 
Hall (and Mary Frances, dau. of the Yen. Luke Heslop, 
R. of Marylebone). B. May 11, 1813. School, Bury St 
Edmunds Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 1833; Scholar, 1834; 
B.A. 1837; M>A. 1840. Ord. deacon (Nonvich) Mar. 11, 1838; 



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priest, July 21, 1839; C. of Rockland, Norfolk, 1838-9. C. of 
Caston, 1839-50; R. there, 1850-86. Married (i) Aug. 9, 
1842, Maria Agnes, dau. of Six Charles Mansfield Clarke, 
Bart., and had issue; (2) Feb. 2, 1858, Elizabeth Mary, eldest 
dau. of George Gataker, Esq., of Bedford. Died Dec. 27, 
1891, at Bath. Father of the above; brother of Charles F. 
(1829). {Bury St Edmunds Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; Burke, 
L.G.; The Guardian, Jan. 6, 1892.) 

PARTRIDGE, WHARTON. Adm. sizar at Trinity Hall, 
July I, 1752. Matric. Michs. 1752; Scholar, 1753. 

PASCHKOFF, ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 6, 
1882. S. of Basile, of 10, Quai Gagarine, St Petersburg. 
B. Feb. 13, 1863, in Paris. School, St Petersburg (pupil of 
MrL. S. Owen). Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1890. 

PASCOE, ARTHUR PERCIVAL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 1898. [Yst.] s. of the Rev. Samuel, of the vicarage, 
St Issey, Cornwall. B. Aug. 23, 1879. School, Kelly College. 
Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901; M.A. 1909. Ord. deacon 
(London) 1902; priest, 1903; C. of St John's, Bethnal Green, 
1902-6. C. of Wrotham, Kent, 1906-14. V. of Frindsbury, 
1914-21. R. (and V.) of Wrotham, 1921-45. Hon. Canon of 
Rochester, 1936. Rural Dean of Shoreham, 1938-45. Lie. 
Pr., dio. of Rochester, from 1946. Author, Old Ways and 
Days at Wrotham. Of Whitstable, Kent, in 1948. Brother 
of Eldred (1891). (Kelly Coll. Reg.; Crockford.) 

PASCOE, EDWARD JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
May 4, 1852. Of Devon. Matric. Michs. 1852. 

PASCOE, EDWIN HALL. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 8, 
1897. [Eldest] s. of Edwin, clothing-manufacturer, of 
London (and Mary Ann Hall). B. Feb. 17, 1878, at Hamp- 
stead, Middlesex. School, St John's College, Green Lanes, 
London, N. Matric. Michs. 1897; Scholar, 1900; B.A. (Nat. 
Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1900; M.A. 1904; Sc.D. 1924. 
B.Sc, London, 1902; D.Sc, London, 1913. F.G.S. Joined 
the Geological Survey of India, 1905. On the Kangra earth- 
quake investigation, 1905; survey of Burma oilfields, 1905-9; 
N.E. Assam, 1910. Accompanied the Makwari punitive 
expedition in the Naga Hills, 1510. In Persian Gulf, Arabian 
Coast, and West Persia, 1913. On the Slade oilfields com- 
mission in Persia and the Persian Gulf, 1913-14. Served in 
the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut., Indian Army Reserve of 
Officers, 1915, attached 32nd Sikh Pioneers and 128th 
Pioneers; in Mesopotamia, 1916). Superintendent, Geological 
Survey of India, 1917; Director, and Editor of the Memoirs 
and the Records, 1921-32. Vice-President, Asiatic Society of 
Bengal. 1928-30. President, Mining and Geological Institute 
of India, 1924. Delegate, Imperial Economic Conference, 
London, 1931. Retired, 1932. Knighted, 1928. Author, 
Manual of the Geology of India; The Oilfields of Burma; 
Petroleum in the Punjab; etc. Of Fallows Green House, 
Harpenden, Herts., in 1947. Died in London, July 5, 1949. 
(Burke, P. and B.; Univ. War List; I.C.S. Lists; Who's Who; 
The Times, July 7, 1949.) 

PASCOE, ELDRED. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 1891. S. of 
the Rev. Samuel. B. at Truro. School, Blundell's, Tiverton. 
Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1909. Of Michaelhouse, 
Balgowan, Natal. Died Nov. 8, 1927, aged 55, in S. Africa. 
Brother of Arthur P. (1898). (Blundell's Sch. Reg.; Scott 
MSS.; The Times, Nov. 10, 1927.) 

PASCOE, JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 8, 1783. S. of 
the Rev. James (Exeter College, Oxford, 1740-1), V. of 
St Keveme, Cornwall. B. there. Schools, Helston, Truro 
and Exeter. Matric. Michs. 1783; B.A. 1787. V. of St 
Keveme, Cornwall, 1789-1807. Married, July 25, 1790, at 
Fowey, Dorothy Bennett. Died Mar. 1807. Father of the 
next and of WiOiam (1818). (St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 416; 
Boase, Collect. Cornub., 655.) 

PASCOE, JAMES. Adm. sizar at Sx John's, June 24, 1811. 
[Eldest] s. of the Rev. James (above), of Cornwall. [School, 
Blundell's, Tiverton.] Matric. Michs. 1811; Scholar, 1814; 
B.A. 1815. V. of St Keveme, 1817-39. Married, Dec. 30, 
1818, Anne, dau. of the Rev. John Bennet, of Tresilian 
House, Newlyn East. Died Mar. 4, 1839, aged 47. Brother 
of William (i8i8). (Boase, Collect. Cornub., 655; St John's 
Coll. Adm., IV. 417.) 

PASCOE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Feb. 10, 1806. Of 
Cornwall. [2nd s. of James, solicitor, of Penzance. B. there, 
Nov. 1788.] Matric. 'Michs. 1806; exhibitioner, 1808; B.A. 
1810. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1811; priest, 1812; C. of 
St Columb, Cornwall, 1812. V. of St Hilary, 1814-70. 
Married, Oct. 31, 1815, Charlotte Champion, dau. of Col. 
James Willyams. Died Mar. 29, 1870. (Boase, Collect. 
Cornub., 656; Boase, Biblio. Cornub., 429; Cornwall Reg., 44.) 



Pasley, Thomas Edward Sabine 

PASCOE, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, Sept. 3, 1818. 

S. of the Rev. James (1783), deceased, of Comwall. [B. 1801. 

School, Blundell's, Tiverton.] Matric. Michs. 1819. Kept 

one temi. Brother of James (1811). (Boase, Collect. Cornub., 

655.) 
PASH, WILSON. Adm. pens, (age 24) at Pembroke, May 18, 

1874. S. of Joseph AUworth, shoemaker, of London. B. 

there. [School, City of London.] Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 

1879; M.A. 1882; M.B. 1884. 

PASHELLER, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Christ's, Mar. 26, 
1795. [Doubtless of Fen Drayton, Cambs.] Resided until 
Michs. 1800. Gave two silver-candlesticks to the College. 
Gunning refers to Charles Pasheller as having the lease of 
the College estate at Croxton, Norfolk, and as becoming 
bankrupt; probably a mistake for this man. (Peile, 11. 340; 
Gunning, Reminiscences, 11. 257.) 

PASHLEY, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, May 3, 
1825. S. of Robert [of Hull]. B. [Sept. 4, 1805], at Hull. 
School, Mansfield, Notts. Matric. Michs. 1825; Scholar, 1828; 
B.A. 1829; M.A. 1832. Fellow, 1830. Toured Greece, Asia 
Minor and Crete in 1833. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 19, 
1825; at the Inner Temple, June 16, 1837. Called to the Bar, 
Nov. 17, 1837. Practised on the Northern Circuit. Q.C., 
July 8, 1851; Bencher, Nov. 1851. Assistant Judge, Mid- 
dlesex Sessions, 1856-9. Author, Travels in Crete and a 
pamphlet on pauperism. Died May i, 1859, at 16, Man- 
chester Square, London. Father of the next. (Boase, vi. 
1374; Law Lists; Inns of Court; D.N.B., which gives place 
of birth as York.) 

PASHLEY, ROBERT EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 7, 1876. S. of Robert (above), of 20, Prince's Square, 
London. B. Mar. 3, 1857, in London. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1876; Scholar. Died abroad, Aug. 18, 1878. (Eton 
Sch. Lists.) 

PASHLEY, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 7, 1818. 
Of Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1818; B.A. 1823; M.A. 1842. 
Ord. deacon (Gloucester) Feb. 24, 1822; priest. May 25, 1823; 
C. of Longhope, Gloucs. C. of Sedgeberrow, Worcs., 1847-59, 
and R. of Aston-Somerville, Gloucs., 1841-59. Died Nov. 8, 
1859, aged 65, at Welling, Kent. (Clergy Lists; Hockaday, 
MSS.; G. Mag., 1859, i. 99.) 

PASK, ISAAC. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 16, 1862. [S. of 
James, Esq., of the Common Pleas Registry Office, London.] 
School, North London Collegiate; and at London University. 
Matric. Michs. 1862; Scholar. Drowned June 4, 1863, in the 
Cam, by the upsetting of his canoe. (G. Mag., 1863, 11. 112.) 

PASKE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Clare, May 2, 1810. B. at 
Needham Market, Suffolk. Matric. Michs. 1810; B.A. 1814; 
M.A. 1817. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 10, 1815; priest, 
July 20, 1817. R. of Greeting St Peter, Suffolk, 1818-85. 
V. of Norton, Herts., 1819. V. of Battisford, Suffolk, 1821-85. 
Died Jan. 15, 1885, aged 92, at Greeting rectory. Doubtless 
father of Theophilus J. (1848) and brother of the next. 
(Crockford; The Guardian, Jan. 21, 1885.) 

PASKE [GEORGE] ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Clare, 
Nov. 20, 1819. B. in the East Indies. Matric. Michs. 1820; 
B.A. 1825; M.A. 1828. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Oct. 9, 1825; 
priest, June 18, 1826. P.C. of Needham Market, Suffolk, 
1828-82, and P.C. of WilUsham, 1837-82. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1883. Doubtless brother of the above. 

PASKE, THEOPHILUS JOHN. Adm. pens, at Clare, Apr. 8, 
1848. [;Doubtless s. of the Rev. Edward (1810).] Matric. 
Michs. 1848; B.A. 1852. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1852; priest, 
1853; C. of Tamworth, Staffs., 1852-4. C. of St Edmund's, 
Sahsbury, 1854-5. C. of Beaminster, Dorset, 1855-8. C. of 
Newent, Gloucs., 1858-60. C. of Greeting St Peter and 
Battisford, Suffolk, 1860-85. R. of Greeting St Peter, 
1885-91. Died Apr. 12, 1891, aged 65. (Crockford; The 
Guardian, Apr. 22, 1891.) 

PASLEY, THOMAS EDWARD SABINE. Matric. Non-CoU., 
Lent, 1880. [Eldest s. of Capt. Thomas Malcolm Sabine, 
R.N. (and Emma Louisa, eldest dau. of John Losh, of 
Trinidad). B. Nov. 12, 1863, at Bowness, Windemiere. 
School, Marlborough College.] B.A. from Cavendish H., 
1884. Succeeded his grandfather as 3rd Bart., 1884. Entered 
the Army, 1886; Lieut., Royal Berks. Regt. A.D.C. to the 
G.O.C., Western District, 1895; Capt., 1897; Brevet Major, 
1900. Served in the South African War, 1899-1902 (men- 
tioned in despatches twice); retired, 1904. Commandant, 
Gordon Boys' Home, 1918-31. Married, Apr. 17, 1890, Lady 
Constance Hastings, dau. of Francis, 13th Earl of Hun- 
tingdon, and had issue. Died Apr. 7, i947. in London; buried 
at West End, Surrey. (Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Burke, 
P. and B.; G.E.C.; Army Lists; Who's Who; The Times 
Apr. 9, 1947.) 



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Pasmore, The Rev. John 

PASMORE, The Rev. JOHN. B.A., incorp. from Oxford, 1792; 
M.A. from Jesus, 1792. [S. of John, of Helston, Cornwall.] 
Matric. from Exeter College, Oxford, Mar. 19, 1766, aged 18; 
B.A. (Oxford) 1770. R. of St Just, Cornwall, 1793-1803. 
Alderman of the borough of Helston. Died in 1803 at 
Helston. (AI. Oxon.; G. Mag., 1803, 11. 1254.) 

PASS, HERMAN LEONARD. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 16, 
1894. [Eldest] s. of Lewis, sohcitor, of Maida Vale, London, 
(and Rosetta Hendricks). B. Nov. 22, 1875, at St John's 
Wood, London. School, High, Finchley Road, and the Jews' 
College, London. Matric. Michs. 1894; Stewart of Rannoch 
Hebrew Scholar, 1895; Scholar, 1897'; B.A. 1898; M.A. 1901; 
Mason prize, 1901; Tyrwhitt Scholar, 1901; B.D. 1920. 
Brought up in the Jewish faith, but became a member of the 
Church of England during his residence at Cambridge. At 
the University Library', Cambridge, 1898-1901. Catalogued 
the Hebrew papyri collected by Dr Charles Taylor. Lecturer 
in Theology and Oriental Languages, Cambridge, igo2. 
Assistant Master at St Edward's School, Bury St Edmunds, 
in 1903. Warden of St ."Vnselm's House, Cambridge, 1910-18. 
Ord. deacon (Chichester) 1915 ; priest, 1916; C. of St Michael's, 
Eastbourne, 1915-16. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Chaplain, R.A.C.D.). R. of St Peter-the-Less, Chichester, 
1918-20. Select Preacher at Cambridge, 1922-3. Principal 
of Chichester Theological College, 1919-32. V. of St Bar- 
tholomew's, Chichester, 1920-35. Chaplain and Theological 
Lecturer of Bishop Otter Memorial College, Chichester, 
1923-32. Preb. of Chichester, 1930-8. Canon-residentiary 
of Chichester, 1935-8. A student of Dante. Author, Anima 
Christi; The Divine Commonwealth; The Glory of the Father; 
etc. Died Jan. 18, 1938, at Eastbourne. (Schoolmasters' 
Directories; Univ. War List; Who was Who; Crockford; The 
Times, Jan. 19, 1938.) 

PASSINGHAM, GUY. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 3, 1800. 
S. of Jonathan Tremenheere, gynmasium-master, of Cam- 
bridge (and Mary Ann Talboys). B. there, Nov. 14, iT ' 
School, Perse (Mr H. Barnes Lawrence). Matric. Easter, 
1890; B.A. 1893; M.A. 1898. Assistant Master at Wesley 
CoUege, Sheffield, in 1906. Ord. deacon (St Albans) 1910 
priest (Barking, for St Albans) 191 1; C. of Abbots Langley 
Herts., 1910-14. C. of Great, with Little, Paxton, Hunts. 
1014-22. V. of Diddington, 1922-34. V. of LeightoU' 
Bromswold, 1934-45. Offg. C.-in-chargeof WooUey, 1934-45 
Subsequently of Felixstowe. Died Feb. 13, 1947. {Crockford.) 

PASSINGHAM, HARRY BRERETON. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Trinity, Mar. 28, 1832. [Youngest] s. of [Col.] Jonathan 
[of Bonython House, near Helston, Cornwall]. B. at Tre- 
verry, Cornwall. School, Cambs. (private). Matric. Easter, 
1832. Died in College, Apr i, 1833. {Adm. Trin add., which 
gives date of death as Mar. 1833; G. Mag., 1833, i. 379.) 

PASSLEY, HARRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 21, 1839. 
Matric. Michs. 1839. 

PASSMAN, CHARLES HERBERT. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 

1883. S. of H[enry] C[onsett], Esq. [solicitor], of Leamington, 
Warws. School, Leamington. Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. and 
LL.B. 1886; LL.M. 1890. Adm. Solicitor, Feb. 1890; prac- 
tised at Leamington Spa. {Law Lists, until 1930.) 

PASSMORE, THOMAS HENRY. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H., 
Oct. 10, 1884. [S. of Thomas Henry, M.R.C.S., L.S.A., of 
Brighton.] B. Dec. 22, 1865. [School, Dulwich College.] 
Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887; M.A. 1891. Ord. deacon 
(Chichester) 1889; priest, 1890; C. of St Bartholomew's, 
Brighton, 1889-91. C. of St Andrew's, Worthing, 1892-5. 
C. of St Thomas-the-Martyr, Oxford, 1895-7. C. of St Mary 
Magd., Paddington, London, 1897-1901. C. of St Thomas, 
Regent Street, 1901-9. C. of St John-the-Baptist, Great 
Marlborough Street, 1909-14; V. there, 1914-37. Perm, to 
off., St Thomas, Regent Street, 1937-41. Author, religious 
and philosophical. Died July 27, 1941, at the hostel of 
St Luke. {Dulwich Coll. Reg.; Crockford; The Church Times; 
The Times, July 29, 1941.) 

PASSY, FREDERICK (1802), see PAWSEY. 

PASSY, F. C. G. (1827), see PAWSEY. 

PASTEUR, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 21, 1888. S. of Henry [J. P.], of 19, Queen Street, 
Mayfair, London. B. [Nov. 16], 1869, at Walton-on-Thames. 
School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. :888; B.A. 1801. Partner 
in Messrs Francis Birch and Christian, stockbrokers, 1896. 
Of Barrowfield, Much Hadham, Herts., in 1923. {Winchester 
Sch. Reg.) 

PATCH, CECIL TRELAWNEY (1891), see MUNDY. 

PATCH, HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 15, 1850. S. of 
John, barrister, of Gower Street, London (and Hope). B. in 
St Pancras. Bapt. Aug. i, 1831. School, Rugby. Matric. 
Michs. 1850; B.A. 1854; M.A. 1857. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 



Patchett, William 

Nov. 16, 1856; priest, Dec. 20, 1857; C. of Southwold, 
Suffolk, 1856-9. C. of Cley-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, 1860-5. 
C. of Lindfield, Sussex, 1868-73. C. of S. Cove, Suffolk, 
1873-6. C. of Gravesend, Kent, 1876-83. R. of Winchelsea, 
Sussex, 1883-1900. Married, Jan. 14, 1869, at Marylebone 
Church, Hero Elizabeth, dau. of David Blaiklock, Esq., of 
Harewood Square. Resided latterly at St Leonards-on-Sea, 
where he died Mar. 31, 1912. Brother of James (1865) and 
WiUiam (1853); father of John D. H. (1891) and Noel J. S. 
(1892). {Eagle, xxxiv. 266; Crockford; The Times, Apr. 3, 
1912.) 

PATCH, HUBERT MORNINGTON. Adm. pens, at Clare, 
Sept. 26, 1859. [S. of T., of Dorchester. B. May, 1841. 
School, Uppingham.] Matric. Michs. 1859; B.A. 1863; M.A. 
1866. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1864; priest, 1865; C. of Lower 
Brixham, Devon, 1864-6. C. of St Luke's, Torquay, 1866-7. 
C. of Hungerford, Berks., 1867-9. C. of St Michael's, Tor- 
quay, 1869-85. V. of Coggeshall, Essex, 1885-91. V. of 
St Mary, Charterhouse, London, 1892-1902. Died Sept. 16, 
1902, at Paignton. {Uppingham Sch. Roll; Crockford; The 
Times, Sept. 19, 1902.) 

PATCH, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Feb. 18, 1865. 
S. of John, of 91, Gower Street, London. Did not reside. 
Adm. at Clare, Apr. 27, 1866. Matric. Michs. 1866. Brother 
of Henry (1850) and William (1853). 

PATCH, JOHN DAVID HENRY. Adm. pens, at Sr John's, 
Aug. I, 1 89 1. S. of the Rev. Henry (1850), of Rve, Sussex 
(and Hero Elizabeth Blaiklock). B. Jan. 26, 1873, at Lind- 
field. School, Eastbourne College (the Rev. C. Crowder). 
Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1898. Ord. deacon 
(Manchester) 1896; priest, 1897; C. of Longridge, Lanes., 
1896-8. C. of Lytham, 1898-1901. R. of Winchelsea, Sussex, 
1901-8. V. of llsington, Devon, 1908-32. V. of Ulceby 
St Nicholas, Lines., 1932-5. R. of Ashill, Somerset, 1935-43. 
Of llsington, Devon, in 1951. Brother of Noel J. S. (1892). 
{Crockford.) 

PATCH, JOSEPH. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', July 4, 1837. 
Of the East Indies. [4th s. of John, of Bengal, surgeon, 
deceased.] Matric. Michs. 1837; B.A. 1841; M.A. 1844. 
Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 8, 1833. Ord. deacon 
(York) 1841; priest, 1842; C. of N. Newbald, Yorks., 1841-3. 
C. of Downham Market, Norfolk, 1843-4. C. of Clench- 
warton, 1845-6. V. of Blavidth, Lanes., 1847-78. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1879. {Inns of Court.) 

PATCH, NOEL JAMES STANWAY. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. i, 1892. S. of the Rev. Henry (1850), of 
Winchelsea rectory, Sussex. B. Feb. i, 1874, at Wrentham, 
Suffolk. School, Worthing College. Matric. Michs. 1892; 
B.A. 1895. Brother of John D. H. (1891). 

PATCH, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 5, 1853. 
2nd s. of John, barrister-at-law (and Hope). B. Nov. 12, 
1834, in London. [School, Rugby.] Matric. Michs. 1853; 
B.A. 1857. Died Mar. 13, 1857, at Cambridge. Brother of 
Henry (1850) and James (1865). {Rugby Sch. Reg.; The 
Guardian, Mar. 18, 1857.) 

PATCHETT, ERNEST WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 3, 1900. S. of Mrs E. Patchett, of Redmill, Nottingham. 
Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1926. Assistant Master 
at the South-Eastem College, Ramsgate, in 1906. Professor 
of Modem Languages at University College, Southampton, 
1920-36. Died June 2, 1936, aged 58, at Southampton. 
{The Times, June 8, 1936.) 

PATCHETT, WILLIAM (Senior). Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 22, 1847. S. of George, distiller, of Manchester (and 
Ann). B. [Apr. 20, 1827], at Bowdon, Cheshire. Bapt. 
May 28, 1827. [School, Manchester Grammar.] Matric. Lent, 
1848; Scholar; B.A. 1853. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Nov. 19, 1852. Called to the Bar, June 6, 1855. On the 
South-Eastem Circuit. Q.C., Feb. 13, 1877; Bencher, 
Nov. 26, 1878 ; Treasurer of the Inner Temple, 1900. Married, 
Aug. 12, 1857, Clara, dau. of William Buckmaster, of London. 
Founded the Patchett scholarship at St John's. Died Jan. 19, 
1915, at Bury Lodge, Epping. (Scott, MSS.; Eagle, xxxvi. 
344; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; Who 
was Who; The Times, Jan. 22, 1915.) 

PATCHETT, WILLIAM (Junior). Adm. pens, at St John's, 
July 7, 1848. S. of Henry, timber-merchant, of Heptonstall, 
Yorks. (and Sarah). B. there, July 21, 1829. School, Bun- 
tingford. Matric. Michs. 1848; Scholar, 1849; B.A. 1852; 
M.A. 1855. Ord. deacon (York) 1853; priest, Dec. 21, 1854; 
C. of Lythe, Yorks., 1853-5. C. of Hinderwell, 1858-9. 
C. of Anderby with Cumberworth, Lines., 1862-3. Head 
Master of Haworth Grammar School, 1864-84. Latterly of 
Smith Lane, Heptonstall, where he died June 34, 1898. 
{Crockford; Eagle, xxxvi. 346.) 



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Patchett, [William] Henry 

PATCHETT, [WILLIAM] HENRY. Adm. pens, at St Catha- 
rine's, June 21, 1841. S. of Henry, of Halifax, Yorks. 

B. there. Matric. Michs. 1841; B.A. 1845. Ord. deacon 
(York) 1S47; priest, 1848; C. of Dishforth, Yorks., 1847-52. 

C. of Skipwith, 1852-6. P.C. of Winksley, 1856-66. R. of 
Sawley, 1856-93. Subsequently of 'Beech Grove,' Malvern. 
Disappejirs from Crockford, 1907. 

PATE, HENRY REGINALD. Adm. at King's, Oct. 2, 1899. 
Eldest s. of the Rev. Henry William (next), of The Cloisters, 
Bristol, and Head Master of the Cathedral School. B. Aug. 10, 
i83o, at The Cloisters. School, Clifton CoUege. Matric. 
Michs.!i89Q; Bell Scholar, 1900; Stewart of Rannoch Scholar, 
1900 (Greek and Latin); Scholar, 1901; B.A. (Class. Trip., 
Ft I, ist Class) 1902. Entered the I.C.S., 1903. Assistant 
Collector and Magistrate in Madras, 1904; Assistant Settle- 
ment Officer, 1906-8; Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
1914; Secretary, Board of Revenue, 1916; Dep. Govt. 
Secretary (Army Dept.), 192 1. Collector and District Magis- 
trate in Madras, 1925. Secretary to Govt. (Revenue Dept.), 
Madras, 1928; Second Secretary, 1929. C.I.E., 1931. {Clifton 
Coll. Reg.; I.C.S. Lists; King's Coll. Reg.) 

PATE, HENRY WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 15, 
i856. S. of Henry Thomas, chemist (and Susan Page). B. at 
Ely, Cambs. Bapt. Apr. 21, 1847. [Schools, Kings', Ely, and 
Pocklington.] Matric. Michs. 1866; Exhibitioner; B.A. 1870; 
M.A. 1873. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1873; priest (Winchester) 1874. 
Assistant Master at Surrey County School, Cranleigh, 1870-6. 
Head Master of Bristol Cathedral School, 1876-1913. Married 
(i) Aug. 14, 1872, Amelia, dau. of William Harlock, of Ely; 
(2) Apr. 9, 1885, Robina Lowe, dau. of Col. J. Glancy, 
14th Regt. Died May 17, 1913, aged 66, at Bristol. Father 
of the above. (Kings' Sch., Ely, Reg.; Schoolmasters' Direc- 
tories; Eagle, XXXV. 223; Crockford; The limes. May 19, 
1913-) 

PATE, JOHN ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 2, 1899. Of Middlesex. S. of the Rev. John, of 44, 
Grange Crescent, Sharrow, Sheffield. B. June 16, 1880, at 
Hampton Wick. Schools, Newbury Grammar and Sheffield 
Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1899; Scholar, 1900; B.A. 1902; 
LL.B. 1905; M.A. 1906. LL.D., Dublin. Called to the Bar, 
Inner Temple, May 9, 1906. Assistant Master at the Col- 
legiate School, Liverpool; at the High School, South Shields; 
at the County School, Cambridge; at Lewis' School, Pengam, 
Cardiff, in 1933-. (Law Lists; Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

PATEL, RANCHHODBHAI BHAIBABHAI. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, Oct. 9, 1899. S. of Bhaibabhai Amthabhai, 
land-owner, of Sarsa, Bombay (and Hetaba). B. Dec. 18, 
1880, at Sarsa, Gugerat. School, Baroda CoUege. Matric. 
Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902; LL.B. 1904; M.A. 1906. Called to 
the Bar, Inner Temple, Apr. 27, 1904. Deputy Registrar, 
High Court, Bombay, 1905. Protonotary and Senior Master, 
High Court, Bombay, 1928-41. CLE., 1941. Of 3, Babulnath 
Road, Bombay, in 1951. (Law Lists; I.C.S. Lists; Who's 
Who.) 

PATER, CHARLES DUDLEY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 4, 1873. Of Cheshire. [S. of Joseph, Esq., of Liverpool.] 
B. Oct. 23, 1854, at 15, Peel Terrace, Liverpool. School, 
Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1877; M.A. 1882. 
Ord. deacon (Chester) 1878; priest, 1879; C. of All Saints, 
Wigan, 1878-81. C. of St Michael's and AH Angels, Wigan, 
1881-6. V. of St Anne's, Liverpool, 1886-1902. Resided 
subsequently in Liverpool. Died Jan. 6, 1904, at Exmouth. 
Brother of Septimus (1878) and of William J. (1872). 
(Haileybury Reg., which gives died Jan. 1914; Crockford; 
The Cambridge Chronicle, Jan. 15, 1904.) 

PATER, JOSEPH SAUNDERS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 7, 
i860. S. of Joseph, of Liverpool. B. there, Dec. 2, 1840. 
School, Liverpool Collegiate Institution. Matric. Michs. i860; 
B.A. (Theol. Exams., ist Class) 1865; Scholefield prize, 1865; 
Cams Greek testament prize, 1865; Crosse Scholar, 1866; 
Tyrwhitt Hebrew Scholar, 1867; M.A. 1867. C. of Histon, 
Cambs., 1866. Vice-Principal of the Theological College, 
Chichester, 1866-70. V. of Mid Lavant, Sussex, 1866-70. 
Disappears from Clergy List, 1871. (Scott MSS.; Clergy 
List.) 

PATER, SEPTIMUS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June i. 1878. 
[7thi s. of Joseph, of Ashby House, Flookersbrook, Chester. 

B. [Aug. 3], 1859, at Barnton, Cheshire. School, Haileybury. 
Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882; M.A. 1890. Football (rugby) 
'blue,' 1880, 1881. Ord. deacon (Durham) 1883; priest, 1885; 

C. of St Peter's, Jarrow, 1883-7; V. there, 1887-95. V. of 
Pallion, Durham, 1895-1910. R. of Sunderland, 1910-28. 
Latterly of West Jesmond, Newcastle-on-Tyne, where he 
died Oct. 5, 1930. Brother of the next and of Charles D. 
(1873). (Haileybury Reg.; Book of Blues; Crockford; The 
Guardian, Oct. 17, 1930.) 



Paterson, Henry Douglas Noel 

PATER, WILLIAM JARDINE. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Sept. 28, 1872. Of Cheshire. [S. of Joseph.] B. Oct. 31, 1851, 
at 15, Peel Terrace, Upper Canning Street, Liverpool. School, 
Liverpool College. Matric. Michs. 1872. Brother of the 
above and of Charles D. (1873). 

PATERNOSTER, SIMON. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Caius, Jan. 11, 
1777. S. of Simon, schoolmaster, of Wickham Market, 
Suffolk. B. there. Schools, Stowmarket, Stonham-Aspal 
and Lavenham. Matric. Michs. 1777; Scholar, 1777. Died 
in College, Oct. 19, 1780; buried at St Michael's, Cambridge. 
(Venn, 11. 99; G. Mag., 1780, 11. 495.) 

PATERSON, ALEXANDER GRANVILLE. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Oct. 1881. S. of R[obert], of Birthwood, Biggar, Lanarks. 
[School, Highgate.] Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884; M.A. 
1901. Athletics ' blue ' (weight) 1884. Headmasterof Cholmeley 
House prep. School, Eastbourne. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Hon. Major, R.A.M.C; mentioned in despatches). 
Died Dec. i, 1920. Brother of Robert (1872). (Highgate Sch. 
Roll; Book of Blues; Univ. War List; Schoolmasters' Direc- 
tories.) 

PATERSON, ARCHIBALD RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Em- 
manuel, Mar. 3, 1890. [S. of W., of 4, Regent Terrace, 
Edinburgh. School, Clifton College.] Matric. Michs. 1890; 
B.A. 1893; M.B. and B.Chir. 1898; M.D. 1901. At St George's 
Hospital; House Physician and House Surgeon there. 
M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1897. Practised at Parkstone, Dorset. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Major, R.A.M.C). Of 
2, Alton Road, Parkstone, in 195 1. (Clifton Coll. Reg.; Univ. 
War List; Medical Directories.) 

PATERSON, CHARLES EDWARD. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 
1896. Elder s. of Charles Edward [B.D.], minister, of Dalton, 
Dumfriesshire [and later Chaplain of the Church of Scotland 
in Paris]. B. Apr. 16, 1878, in Paris. School, Clifton CoUege. 
Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899; M.A. 1903. Ord. deacon 
(Ely) 1901; priest (London) 1902; C of Holy Trinity, Cam- 
bridge, 1901-2. C of St Mary's, Islington, 1902-3. C of 
St Michael's, StockweU, 1903-7. C. of St John's, Boscombe, 
1907-9. P.C. of Alperton, Middlesex, 1910-12. Ord. Sec, 
C.C.C.S. (E. distr.), 1912-16. Colonial Sec, CE. Zenana 
Missionary Soc, 1917-19. V. of Mahnesbury Abbey with 
Westport St Mary, WUts., 1919-25. V. of Holy Trinity, 
Cowes, Isle of Wight, 1925-51-. (Crockford; C. J. Fordyce.) 

PATERSON, CHARLES JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, 
Apr. 13, 1818. S. of WiUiam, of London. B. there [Mar. 11, 
1800]. School, Putney. Matric. Michs. 1818; B.A. 1822. 
Ord. deacon (Chester) Apr. 11, 1824; priest (Chichester) 
Aug. 24, 1824. V. of W. Hoathly, Sussex, 1827-37. Married, 
Nov. 10, 1836, Cordelia, dau. of Edward Cranston, of E. 
Grinstead. Died Jan. 22, 1837, at W. Hoathly. (Venn, 11. 
171; G. Mag., 1837, I. 439.) 

PATERSON, DAVID JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Dec. 4, 1839. [4th] s. of James. B. at Montrose, Forfars. 
School, Montrose Academy. Matric. Michs. 1840; B.A. 1845; 
M.A. 1870. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Feb. 7, 1839. Ord. 
deacon (Hereford) 1849; priest, 1850. C. of Church, Stoke, 
Montgom., 1849-52. P.C. of Chelford, Cheshire, 1853-79. 
Latterly of 22, Montpelier, Weston-super-Mare. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1884. Father of Walter G. (1874). 

PATERSON, GEORGE ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 7, 1891. S. of George Watson, of Locksley, Helens- 
burgh, Dumbartons. B. [Nov. 11], 1872, at Badula, Ceylon. 
School, Blairlodge, Stirlings. Matric. Michs. 1891. Appointed 
to the I.C.S., 1891; Assistant Magistrate and Collector in the 
N.W.P. and Oudh, 1893; Dep. Supt. of family domains of 
the Maharaja of Benares, 1899; Assistant Sessions Judge, 
1903; Assistant Commissioner, 1905; District and Sessions 
Judge, 1908; retired, July 1922. Died at CUfton, Feb. 15, 
1950. (LC.S. Lists; The Times, Feb. 16, 1950.) 

PATERSON, HARRY LORRAINE. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 

1882. S. of James, Esq. [carrier], of Melrose, Stamford HiU, 
London. B. June 12, 1865. School, Merchant Tavlors'. 
Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1887. In the finn of Carter, 
Paterson and Co., carriers. Died Sept. 27, 1905, at Seaford, 
Sussex. (Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.) 

PATERSON, HENRY DOUGLAS NOEL. Adm. at Clare, 
June 18, 1888. [S. of John, of London. B. Dec. 24, 1868.] 
School, Felsted. Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891; M.A. 1895. 
One of 'Vaughan's Doves.' Ord. deacon (York) 1892; priest, 
1893; C of St Mary's, Beveriey, 1892-4. C of Great Malvem, 
Worcs., 1894-1900. V. of Bodenham, Heref., 1900-5. V. of 
Bromsgrove, Worcs., 1905-21. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (T.C.F., 1917-18). Rural De.in of Bromsgrove, 
1920-1. R. of Hartleburv, 1921-39. Hon. Canon of Wor- 
cester, 1927-44. Private Chaplain to the Bishop of Worcester, 
1931-33- Latterly of Malvem, where he died Feb. 9, 1944; 
buried there. (Crockford; The Times, Feb. 12, I944-) 



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PATERSON, HERBERT JOHN. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 8, 
1886. S. of Hugh Sinclair [M.D., Glasgow], of 20, Bassett 
Road, Notting HiU, London. B. Mar. 10, 1867, in Glasgow. 
School, King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 1886 (Nat. 
Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1888); B.A. 1889; M.B. and B.Chir. 
1893; M.A. 1893; M.Chir. 1910; M.D. 1925. At St Bartholo- 
mew's Hospital, and Lausanne. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1892; 
F.R.C.S., 1897. House Surgeon at St Bartholomew's Hos- 
pital. Assistant Demonstrator in Anatomy at Cambridge. 
Practised at 9, Upper Wimpole Street, and in Weymouth 
Street. Hunterian Professor of Surgery, R.C.S. Senior 
Surgeon, National Temperance Hospital, and Hon. Surgeon, 
King Edward VII Hospital for Officers. C.B.E., 1920. 
Author, surgical. Died May 21, 1940, at Glasgow. {Medical 
Directories; Who was Who; The Times, May 22, 1940.) 

PATERSON, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Quee.ns', Sept. 29, 1865. 
Matric. Michs. 1865; B.A. 1870; M.A. 1875. Assistant 
Master at Weymouth Coll. School, 1870-4. Ord. deacon 
(Salisbury) 1872; pnest (Norwich) 1875; C. of Walsoken, 
Norfolk, 1874-6. Head Master of Wisbech Grammar School, 
Cambs., 1874-8. C. of Wisbech, 1876-8. Assistant Master, 
R. Gr amm ar School, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1878-93. V. of 
N. Somercotes, Lines., 1893-4. R. of S. Thoresby, 1894-1906. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1907. Father of Reginald J. G. C. 
(1894). {Rugby Sch. Reg.) 

PATERSON, JAMES. Adm. at Clare, Jan. 8, 1894. School, 
Cheltenham Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1894; Scholar; B.A. 
1897; M.A. 1901. Member, Institute of Gas Engineers. Died 
July 7, 1947, at Cheltenham. {The Times, July 9, 1947O 

PATERSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 24, 1870. 
[Eldest] s. of John, of Colonnade House, Blackheath, Kent. 
B. there, Dec. 7, 1850. School, Blackheath proprietary. 
Matric. Michs. 1870; B.A. 1875. Athletics 'blue' (hammer), 
1872, 1873. Adm. at the Inner Temple, June 8, 1872. Called 
to the Bar, June 7, 1875. In Lau' List, 1900. {Book of Blues; 
Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

PATERSON, JOHN LUMSDEN. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Julv 3, 1871. S. of Adam, LL.D., Writer. School, Glasgow. 
Matric. Michs. 1871; B.A. 1875. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 
1874; priest, 1875; C. of St Cuthbert's, Birmingham, 1874-9. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1880. (T. A. Walker, 537; MS. 
note.) 

PATERSON, JOHN MAPLETOFT. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 2, 1882. [3rd] s. of A[drian] H[ugh], Major- 
General [Indian Staff Corps], of 25, South Road, Weston- 
super-Mare (and Georgiana Jessie Tumbull, dau. of Brig.- 
Gen. Hugh Sibbald, C.B.). B. July 2, 1862, at Patna, Bengal. 
School, Honiton Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1S82; B.A. 1885; 
M.A. 1889. Ord. deacon (Gloucester and Bristol) 1886; priest, 
1887; C. of Cheltenham, 1886-90. C. of Portman Chapel, 
London, 1890-1. C.M.S. Missionary; at Gorakhpur, 1891-5; 
at Agra, 1895-1900; at Bharatpur, 1902-5. V. of St John- 
the-Evangelist, Hollington, Sussex, 1906-14. C.M.S. Mis- 
sionary at Karachi, 1914-16. Inc. of All Saints, Srinagar, 
Kashmir, 1916-18. Died Oct. 20, 1918, in Kashmir. (Scott 
MSS.; Ridle\' Hall List; Crockford; The Times, Nov. 14, 
1918.) 

PATERSON, JOHN MELVIN. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1881. 
S. of J[ohn], Esq., deceased, of Norwich [and of Cape Colony]. 
[B. Oct. 30, 1863, in London. 1 School, Edinburgh .•\cademy. 
Matric. Michs. 1882; Scholar, 1884; B.A. and LL.B. 1885; 
M.A. and LL.M. 1902. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Jan. 24, 
1884. Called to the Bar, June 22, 1887. At the Chancery Bar. 
Bencher, 1930. Edited Kerr on Injunctions. Died Aug. 24, 
1940, in London. Bequeathed a legacy of £7500 to his 'old 
College' for a Law Fellowship. {Law Lists; Inns of Court; 
Edin. Acad. Reg.; Middle Temple Bench Book; The Times, 
Aug. 26, 1940.) 

PATERSON, JOHN YATES. Adm. sizar at Clare, Oct. 1858. 
School, City of London. Matric. Michs. 1858; B.A. 1862. 
Adm. Solicitor, 1866; practising at Finchley and Uxbridge 
(1880) and in London (1910); partner in firm of Candle and 
Sykes. Died in 1927. {Lau; Lists; Douglas Smith, City of 
London School.) 

PATERSON, REGINALD JAMES GRESHAM CLIVE. Adm. a 
scholar at Queens', Oct. 1894. S. of the Rev. James (1865). 
B. Oct. 30, 1875, at Walsoken, Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1894; 
foundation Scholar, 1895; BeU Scholar, 1895; B..^. (Class. 
Trip.,PtI, ist Class) 1897; (Pt II, ist Class, 1898); M.A. 1901. 
Fellow, 1898-1904. A clerk in the War Office, 1906; Director 
of Finance at the War Office, 1924-34; Deputy Under 



Paterson, William Ernest 

Secretary of State for War, 1934-6. C.B., 1923; K.B.E., 1935- 
Of 53, Albert Court, London, S.W. Died Dec. 26, 1939. His 
sister left £7000 to Queens' to found scholarships in his 
memory. (Burke, P. and B.; Who was Who.) 

PATERSON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, July 4, 
1848. [Eldest] s. of WiUiam [Writer, of Glasgow]. [B. 
May 20, 1829. Matric. at Glasgow Univ., 1843.] Matric. 
Michs. 1848. Succeeded his father in the estate of Mont- 
gomerie, Ayrshire. Latterly Robert Paterson Paterson. 
Died Aug. 1', 1897, at Cheltenham. (C. J. Fordyce.) 

PATERSON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Sept. 28, 
1872. Of Scotland. S. of Robert, of Birth wood, Biggar. 
B. Jan. 9, 1S54, at Birthwood, Coulter. School, Highgate. 
Matric. Michs. 1872; Scholar, 1873. Died in 1874. Brother 
of Alexander G. (1881). {Highgate Sch. Roll.) 

PATERSON, ROBERT JARDINE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 30, 1896. S. of James Jardine, of Balgray, Lockerbie, 
Dumfriesshire. B. Jan. 14, 1878, in Edinburgh. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1S96; B.A. 1899. Of Balgray, Lockerbie, 
Dumfries. J. P. for Dumfries. Partner in Messrs Jardine, 
Skinner and Co., of Calcutta. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Lieut., London Yeomanry (Westminster Dragoons), 
Coldstream Guards and Guards' M.G. Regt.; mentioned in 
despatches). Interested in horse-racing. Married, July 31, 

1913, Constance Margaret, dau. of .\. J. Steel, of Kurkwood, 
Lockerbie, and had issue. Died Apr. 23, 1942; buried at 
Applegarth, Dumfriesshire. {Unii\ War List; Eton Sch. 
Lists, which call him ' Jardine-Paterson'; Burke, L.G.; 
Who's Who in Racing; The Times, .\pr. 25, 1942.) 

PATERSON, ROBERT STANLEY. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 1, 1891. Of Surrey. [Eldest] s. of John, 
accountant, of Lavender Hill, Clapham, London, S.W. B. 
Mar. 12, 1873, at 14, Elizabeth Terrace, .-Vlbert Grove, 
Peckham, S.W. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1891; 
Scholar, 1891; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1898. Called to the Bar, 
Middle Temple, May 12, 1897. F.C.A., 1909. Partner in the 
firm of Broads, Paterson and Co., chartered accountants, of 
1, Walbrook, and i, Copthall Close, London, E.G., in 1946. 
Brother of Thomas W. S. (1893). (R. S. Paterson; Rugby 
Sch. Reg.; Laii.- Lists.) 

PATERSON, THOMAS FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 7, 1875. [S. of William Smoult, I.C.S., of Monkwood, 
Ajn^hire. B. Feb. 17, 1856, at Goruckpore, India. School, 
Malvern College.] Matric. Michs. 1875; B.-'V. 1879; M.A. 1882. 
Ord. deacon (Durham) 1879; priest, 1880; C. of St Michael's, 
Houghton-le-Spring, Durham, 1879-84. V. of New Her- 
rington, 1884-93. R. of Christ Church, Jarrow Grange, 
1893-6. R. of Bummoor, 1896-1903. R. of East Bergholt, 
Suffolk, 1903-23. Resided latterly at Ipswich, where he died 
Jime 2, 1928. {Malvern Coll. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; The Times, 
June 5, 1928.) 

PATERSON, THOMAS WILLIAM STANIFORTH. Adm. at 
Caius, Oct. 2, 1893. S. of John, accountant, of Clapham, 
Surrey. B. Dec. 23, 1874, at Peckham. School, Aldenham. 
Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896; M.A. and B.Chir. 1901; 
M.B. 1902. At St Thomas's Hospital; House Physician there. 
M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1901. Of HoUand Park, London. 
House Physician, General h-ing-in Hospital. House Surgeon, 
Essex and Colchester Hospital. Called to the Bar, Middle 
Temple, June 28, 1911. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Major, R.-A.M.C). Practising at Haddenham, Bucks., in 
1951. Brother of Robert S. (1891). {Venn, 11. 533; Scott 
MSS.; Univ. War List; Medical Directories; Law Lists.) 

PATERSON, WALTER GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 7, 1874. S. of the Rev. David James (1839), of Chelford, 
Cheshire. B. there, Dec. 16, 1856. School, Cheltenham 
CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 1878; M.A. 1885. Ord. 
deacon (Ripon) 1878; priest, 1879; C. of St Mary's, Wake- 
field, 187S-80. C. of Kewstoke, Somerset, 1880-3. C. of 
UphiU, 1883-7. C. of Hutton, 1887-90. R. of West Lydford, 
1890-1914. Rural Dean of Gary, 1906-14. IMed May 13, 

1914. {Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; Crockford; The Times, May 16, 
1914.) 

PATERSON, WILLIAM ERNEST. Adm. sizar at Trinity, 
Oct. 4, 1890. S. of Arthur, of 2, Campsboume Road, Homsey, 
Middlesex. B. June 29, 1871, at Hadley, Middlesex. School, 
Philological, London [and at University College, London; 
B.Sc, London, 1903]. Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. {20th 
Wrangler) 1893; M.A. 1897. Assistant Master at Carmarthen 
County School (one year); at Owens College (one year); at 
Christ College, Brecon (one year) ; at Mercers' School, Holbom, 
1896-1931- (Second Master in 1929). Author of mathematical 
text-books for schools. {Schoolmasters' Directories.) 



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PATERSON, WILLIAM [THOMAS]. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May i6, 1820 (kept three terms); re-adm. a 'Ten-year man'. 
Of Middlesex. Matric. Lent, 1821. Re-adm. sizar, May 5, 
1824. M.A., Lambeth, 1851. Ord. deacon (London) June 13, 
1824, as 'William Thomas.' Went to Jamaica as one of the 
Chaplains to Bishop Christopher Lipscomb, Mar. 10, 1825. 
Ord. priest, .\pr. 10, 1825. Minister of St Michael's (belonging 
to the respective parishes of Port Royal and St David's) 1828- 
51, on the confines of those two parishes. R. of St David's, 
1851-7. Disappears from Clergy List, 1858. {Cant. Act Book; 
W. Cowper.) 

PATEY, GEORGE WILLIAM PHELPS. Adm. pens, at Peter- 
house, Nov. 30, 1821. Of Devon. Matric. Lent, 1822. Of 
East Stonehouse, Devon. Head Master of the Grammar 
School, Plympton, 1847-70. C. of Bickleigh with Sheepstor, 
1857-62. Disappears from Crockford, 1872. {T. A. Walker, 
414.) 

PATEY, HENRY BARTLETT. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 11, 
1875. 2nd s. of the Rev. Thomas Maurice (1840), R. of 
Hampreston, Dorset. B. Sept. 26, 1855. School, Sherborne 
(Mr Harper). Matric. Michs. 1875; B.A. 1880. Brother of 
Russell (1873). 

PATEY, MACNAMARA. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
June 28, 1841; re-adm., Oct. 23, 1846. S. of George Edward, 
Esq., of Canford, near Wimbome, Dorset. B. there. Matric. 
Michs. 184 1 ; B.A. 1849. Lieut., R. Marines; served in H.M.S. 
Excellent (double ist Class in theory and practice of gunnery, 
and in mathematics and fortification). Ord. deacon (Man- 
chester) 1850; priest (Sahsbury) 1851. C. of Chalbury, 
Dorset, 1853-5. Chaplain of Poole Union, 1856-70. V. of 
Hamworthy, Dorset, 1871-85. Disappears from Crockford, 

1886. Brother of Thomas M. (1840). 

PATEY, RUSSELL. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 11, 1873. 
Eldest s. of the Rev. Thomas Maurice (next), R. of Ham- 
preston, Dorset. B. July 25, 1854. School, Sherborne 
(Mr Harper). Matric. \Uchs. 1873; B.A. 1878; M.A. 1881. 
Died in 1898. Brother of Henry B. (1875). (Sherborne Reg.) 

PATEY, THOMAS MAURICE. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
May 9, 1840. S. of George Edward, Esq., of Canford, near 
Wimbome, Dorset. B. at Hampreston. Matric. Michs. 1840; 
B.A. 1844. Ord. deacon (Sahsbury) 1843; priest, 1846; C. of 
Cranbome, Dorset, 1S46-50. C. of Famworth, Lanes., 
1851-2. C. of Wimbome, Dorset, 1853-6. R. of Hampreston, 
1857-89. Died Mar. 3, 1889, aged 67. Father of Henry B. 
(1875) and the above; brother of Macnamara (1841). (Crock- 
ford; The Guardian, Mar. 6, 1889.) 

PATMAN, GEORGE BOOTH. Adm. pens, at Clare, May 4, 
1855. Matric. Michs. 1855. 

PATON, ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Queens', July 7, 1831. 
Of Scotland. Matric. Michs. 1831; B.A. 1835; M.A. 1839. 
Adm. at Oxford com. causa, Oct. 10, 1865. P.C. of Holy 
Trinity, Louth, Lines., 1842-3. C. of Weobley, Heref., 1844-5. 
C. of Donington-on-Bain and Market Stainton, Lines., 
1845-6. R. of Tuddenham St Martin, Suffolk, 1846-75. 
Resided at Tuddenham until 1877, in which year he was 
described as 'dead.' Father of John D. (1877). (Al. Oxon.; 
Clergy Lists.) 

PATON, ALFRED MAURICE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 28, 1899. S. of David, D.D., Presbyterian Minister, of 
Adelaide, Australia (and Isabella Anne McGhie Robson). 

B. there, Dec. 22, 1878. School, Prince Alfred College, 
Adelaide; and Adelaide University (Mr F. Chappie). Matric. 
Easter, 1899; Scholar, 1900; B.A. 1901. 

PATON, EDWARD CURPHEY. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i, 

1887. S. of the Rev. George, Chaplain of St Paul's, Ramsey, 
Isle of Man. B. there, Dec. 6, 1867. School, King WilUam's 
College, Isle of Man (the Rev. H. Walters). Matric. Michs. 
1887; B.A. 1890; M.A. 1903. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 1891; 
priest, 1892; C. of St Giles, Reading, 1891-4. C. of St Paul's, 
Ramsey, Isle of Man, 1894-1901. C. of St James Norlands, 
Kensington, 1901-7. V. of St Andrew's, Bethnal Green, 
1907-12. C. of St James Norlands, Kensington, 1912-16. 

C. of Hillingdon, Middlesex, 1916-21. V. of Lancing, Sussex, 
1921-33, and R. of Coombe, 1930-3. Perm, to off., dio. of 
Sodor and Man, 1933-5 1-. Of Fairfield, Ramsey, in 195 1. 
(Crockford.) 

PATON, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Apr. 25, 
1827. S. of George [of Upper Gower Street]. B. in London. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1827; B.A. (igth Wrangler) 
1831; M.A. 1834. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 14, 1831. 
Called to the Bar, June 10, 1834. Equity Draftsman and 
Conveyancer. Died in London, Sept. 8,' 1894, aged 85. 
(Law Lists; Inns of Court; Univ. Almanack, 1895.) 



Patrick, Hugh 

PATON, GEORGE CLAVELL. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 
1887. S. of Roderick Mclver, civil servant (and Catherine 
Jane Ingram). B. Oct. 8, 1867, at Upper HoUoway, Mid- 
dlesex. [School, Dulwich College.] Matric. Michs. 1887; 
B.A. 1890; M.A. 1895. Ord. deacon (London) 1892; priest, 
1893; C. of St Saviour's, Poplar, 1892-4. C. of St Margaret, 
Lothbury, 1894-9. C. of St Peter's, Jarrow, 1899-1908. 
C. of St Mary's, Balham, 1908-9. C. of St Andrew's, Bethnal 
Green, 1909-12. C. of Christ Church, Marylebone, 1912-14. 
C. of St Mary's, Haggerston, Middlesex, 1914-16. R. of 
Shelfanger, Norfolk, 1916-35. Disappears from Crockford, 
1936. Brother of Roger C. (1895). (Dulwich Coll. Reg.; 
Paton and Ingram correspondence.) 

PATON, JOHN DUGUID. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Pembroke, 
Sept. 21, 1877. [3rd] s. of the Rev. Alexander (1831), 
deceased. B. at Tuddenham, Suffolk. Matric. Michs. 1877. 
Migrated to St Edmund Hall, Oxford, whence he matric. 
Jan. 22, 1880; B.A. (Oxford) 1881. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1882; 
priest, 1883; C. of Bury St Edmunds, 1882-6. C. of St Mary's, 
Southampton, 1887-92. V. of S. Stoneham, Hants., 1892- 

1927. Of Peter Street, Taunton, Somerset, in 1937. Dis- 
appears from Crockford, 1939. (Al. Oxon.) 

PATON, JOHN LEWIS ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 15, 1882. S. of the Rev. John Brown [D.D.], Indepen- 
dent Minister, [of Nottingham] (and Jessie). B. Aug. 13, 
1863, at Brightside Bierlow. Schools [Nottingham High], 
Shrewsbury (Mr Moss) [and at Halle, Germany]. Matric. 
Michs. 1882; Scholar, 1882; B.A. (Class. Trip., Senior Classic 
1886); (Pt II, ist Class, 1887); 2nd Chancellor's medal, 1887; 
M.A. 1890. Fellow, 1887-93. Assistant Master at the Leys 
School, Cambridge (one year) ; Sixth F'orm Master at Rugby 
1888-98; Head Master of University College School, London, 
1898-1903. High Master of Manchester Grammar School, 
1903-24. President of Memorial University College, St 
John's, Newfoundland, 1925-33. President, Teachers' Guild, 
1907. President, Modern Languages Association, 1911. 'He 
was among the great headmasters of his time.' Author, 
Life of John Brown Paton, D.D.; The Public Schools from 
within; On Discipline, etc. Died Apr. 28, 1946, at 
Beckenham. (Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Schoolmasters' Direc- 
tories; Who's Who; The Times, Apr. 29, 1946.) 

PATON, LESLIE JOHNSTON. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1891. 
S. of James, Curator of the museum and art galleries at 
Glasgow. B. Aug. 22, 1872, in Edinburgh. School, Glasgow- 
High, and at Glasgow University, 1888-91. Matric. Michs. 
1891 (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1893); B.A. 1895; 
B.Chir. 1900; M.B. 1902; M.A. 1928. At St Mary's Hospital, 
London, Glasgow, and Bonn. House Surgeon at St Mary's 
Hospital; Vice-President, 1929. L.R.C.P.; F.R.C.S., 1902. 
Practised as an ophthalmologist, in London. Consulting 
Ophthalmic Surgeon at St Mary's Hospital, and at the 
National Hospital for Diseases of the Nervous System. 
President of the Ophthalmological Society of the United 
Kingdom, 1929. President of the Neurological Section, 
R.S.M., 1929. Membre d'Honneur of the Societe Frangaise 
d'Ophthalmologie, and of the Sociedad Optalmologica 
Hispano-Americana, 1930. Hon. Member of the Belgian, 
Japanese and Hungarian Ophthalmological Societies. 
Mackenzie medal and Mackenzie Lecturer, University of 
Glasgow. Knapp memorial Lecturer of American Medical 
Association; Knapp prize, 1936. Author, ophthalmic. Died 
May 15, 1943. (Venn, 11. 521; Medical Directories; The 
Times, May 19, 1943.) 

PATON, ROGER CLAVELL. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 1895. 
S. of Roderick Mclver (and Catherine Jane Ingram). B. 
June 28, 1876, in Camberwell, Surrey. [School, City of 
London.] Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898; M.A. 1905. 
Principal of Streatham College, London (prep. School). 
1906-28. Of 7. Cavendish Road, Sutton, Surrey. Died in 

1928. Brother of George C. (1887). (Paton and Ingram corre- 
spondence; Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

PATON, WILLIAM BERNARD. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
July 25, 1898. S. of Robert. B. Sept. 24, 1880, at Highbury, 
London. School, Paradise House, Stoke Newington, London. 
Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901; M.A. 191 3. At Westminster 
College, Cambridge, 1901-4. Assistant Minister at Regent 
Square Presbyterian Church, London, 1904-5. Missionary- 
at Wu-king-fu, South Hakka Land, Canton Province, China, 
1905-11-. (Peile, II. 827.) 

PATRICK, ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Downing, Oct. 10, 

1896. Matric. Michs. 1896. 
PATRICK, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Jan. 13, 

1813. Matric. Michs. 18x3; B.A. 1817. 
PATRICK, GEORGE (1770), see PATTRICK. 
PATRICK, HUGH. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 9, 1863. 

Of Bolton, Lanes. S. of Robert, dentist (and Ellen). School, 

Bolton. Bapt. Jan. 17, 1855. Matric. Michs. 1863. Died 

Dec. 3, 1863. {C.U. Year-book.) 



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PATRICK, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 17, 1890. 
[Eldest] s of John, of Gledheather, Ballymena, Antrim 
[and of Dunminning, Antrim] (and Augusta Mary, dau. of 
John Davison, of Raceview, Broughshane, Antnm). B. 
fOct si] 1871, at Portrush, Antnm. School, Harrow. 
Matric: Michs. 1890. Capt., 4th (MiUtia) Battn., Insh Rifl^. 
Succeeded to Dunminning, Glarryford, 1894- ^^rve'^,™ *^® 
Great War 1914-19 (Remount Service; Capt., R.A.O.C, 
lois- Brevet-Major and Act. Lieut.-Col., 1919; mentioned m 
despatches). Married, June 15, 1897, Amue Florence, 
youngest dau. of Joseph Clarke Rutherford, of Bray, Co. 
Wicklow. and had issue. Died Mar. 30, 1937- . Brother of 
the next. {Harrow Scli. Reg. ; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families ; 
Burke, L.G. of Ireland.) 

PATRICK NORMAN COLUM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Mar. 13, 
180S f3rd]s of John [of Dunminning, Antrim] (and Augusta 
MaJT Davison). B. [Aug. 30, 1878], at Glarryford Antnm. 
School Rossall. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898. At 
St Bartholomew's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1908; 
D P H R C P S I., 1920. Of Glarryford, Antnm, and of 
Greenisland 'Antrim. Medical Officer of Health, Glenavy 
District Antrim. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., 
R A M C ) Chief Medical Inspector, Mimstry of Home 
Affairs Northern Ireland. Married, Aug. 17, 191 1. Nina 
Mary Adelaide, only dau. of WilUam Moore, K.C., M.P., of 
Moore Lodge, Antrim. Brother of the above. (Rossall Reg.; 
Peile, II. 79S; Medical Directories; Univ. War List; Burke, 
L.G. 'of Ireland.) 

PATRICK RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Magdalene, 
Oct "6 1786. S. of Richard, of Kingston-on-HuU. [B. 1769.] 
School ' Kings ton-on-Hull. Matric. Michs. 1787; B.A. 1791; 
M A I'soS V. of Sculcoates, Yorks., 1809-15- Chaplain to 
Anne Marchioness Townshend. 'A truly eminent Greek 
scholar ' Author of miscellaneous and classical pamphlets . 
Died Feb. 1815, at Sculcoates vicarage. (D.N.B.; G. Mag , 
1815, I- 476.) 

PATRICK (post COCHRAN-PATRICK), ROBERT WILLIAM 
COCHRAN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity Hall, Feb. 15, 
1861 [Only] s. of W[illiam] C[harles] R[ichard] Cochran, 
Esq " deceased, of Woodside, Beith, Ayrshire (and Agnes 
Cochran-Patrick, of Ladyland, Ayrshire). [B. Feb. 5, 184^-] 
School private; and at Edinburgh Umversity (B.A. 1861). 
Matric'. Michs. 1861; LL.B. 1865. Hon. LL.D Glasgow, 
1879 FSA. 1871; F.S.A., Scotland. M.P. for North Ayr- 
shire 1880-5. Permanent Under-Secretary for Scotland, 
1887^2- retired owing to ill-health, 1892. Of Woodside, 
Ayrshire Vice-Chairman of the Scottish Fishery Board, 
i8g6. Mamed, Oct. 31. 1866, Eleanor, dau. of Robert 
Hunter of Minter, Ayrshire. Author, works on Scottish 
coinage' and archaeology. Died suddenly, Mar. 15, 1897, and 
was succeeded by his only child, a daughter. (^e(«rn of 
M.Ps.; Burke, L.G. (sub Cochran-Patnck) ; D.N.B.; C. J. 
Fordyce.) 

PATRICKSON, PROCTOR. .\dm. sizar at Emmanuel, Nov. 28, 
1810 Of Middlesex. [S. of Nicholas. B. Dec. 2, 1792. 
School, Merchant Taylors' .] Matric, Lent, 18 11. Died in 
1814, 'aged 20,' at Cambridge. (Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; 
G. Mag., 1814, 11. 297-) 

PATTEN BASIL ARTHUR. Adm. (age 19) at Pembroke, 
Oct 1 1889. [Only] s. of Charles Arthur, surgeon, of Ealing, 
Middlesex. B. there [Dec. 11, 1870.] [Schools, Bnghton 
College and Charterhouse.] Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892; 
MA 1896. Ord. deacon (Durham) 1893; priest, 1895; C. of 
St Paul's, W. Hartlepool, 1893-5. C. of Knighton, Leics., 
1895-1901. V. of Hartwell, Northants., 1901-3. C. of 
Whittlebury with SUverstone, 1903-8. R. of Mixbur>-, Oxon., 
1908-20. R. of Gretford with Wilsthorpe, Lines., 1920-8. 
Of Exmouth in 195 1. (List of Carthusians; Crockford.) 

PATTEN (post WILSON-PATTEN), EUSTACE JOHN WILSON. 
Adm pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Dec. 16, 1854. [Eldest] 
s of Col John WUson, ist Lord Winmarleigh, of Bank HaU, 
Lanes B. Feb. 8, 1836. School, Eton. Did not reside. 
Capt ist Life Guards. Married, Aug. 12, 1863, Emily 
Const'antia, dau. of the Rev. Lord John Thynne. Died 
Dec. 17, 1873. (Eton Sch. Lists; Eton Sch. Reg.; F. P. 
White.) ' 

PATTEN FREDERICK WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct '11 1880. Of Essex. S. of WiUiam, labourer (and 
Susan) 'b May 12, i860, at Boreham. Bapt. .Aug. 5, i860. 
Matric Michs. 1880; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1913. Ord. deacon 
(Durham) 1883; priest, 1884; C. of St Mark's, South Shields, 
1883-4 C of Silksworth, 1884-7. C. of Fahnouth, Cornwall, 
1887-90 V. of Bamoldswick, Yorks., 1890-1922. J.P. for 
the West Riding. Rural Dean of East Craven, 1913. Hon. 
Canon of Bradford, 1920-2. Died Dec. 9, 1922. (Eagle, 
XLlii. 73; Crockford; The Titnes, Dec. 13, 1922.) 



Patterson, John 

PATTENDEN, GEORGE EDWIN. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
May 13, 1842. S. of Robert, of the Boro", London. [B. 
Nov. 3, 1823.] School, Christ's Hospital. Matric. Michs. 
1842; prizeman, 1845; B.A. 1847; M.A. 1851; B.D. 1861; 
LL.D. 1871. Adm. ad eundem at Oxford, 1859. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) 1846; priest, 1847. Head Master of Humberstone 
School, Leics., 1849; of Boston Grammar School, 1850-87, 
and P.C. of Chapel of ease, Boston, Lines., 1856-87. Preb. 
of Lincoln, 1883-97. V. of Chertsey, Surrey, 1887-92. R. of 
Freckenham, Suffolk, 1892-7. Married, Dec. 27, 1849, 
Matilda, dau. of James Walbran. Died Nov. 16, 1897. 
(Christ's Hospital Exhibitioners; T. A. Walker, 477; Al. 
Oxon.) 

PATTENSON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Feb. 3, 1792. [Eldest] s. of Thomas (Oriel College, Oxford, 
1764), of Mehnerby Hall, Cumberland (and Barbara 
Grainger). School, Appleby, Westmorland. Bapt. Oct. 19, 
1772. Matric. Michs. 1792. Migrated (age 20) to Trimty, 
Jan. 24, 1793; B.A. 1796. C. of Ousby, Cumberland, in 1807. 
Succeeded his father at Melmerby, 1819. Married, Apr. 26, 
1818, Isabella, eldest dau. of Thomas Heelis, of Appleby 
Castle. Died at Valenciennes, Jan. 24, 1819. (C. R. Hud- 
leston.) 

PATTENSON, WILLIAM THURSTON TYLDEN. Adm. pens, 
(age 18) at Caius, Apr. 30, 1813. S. of Richard Cooke 
Tylden (1777, sub Tylden), R. of Milstead, Kent [who took 
the name Pattenson in compUance with the will of his wife's 
kinsman, William Pattenson] (and Sarah, dau. of Thomas 
Thurston, of Willesborough) . School, Cheam. Matric. Michs. 
1813; B.A. 1817; M.A. 1820. Ord. deacon, 1817; priest, 
1819; C. of Frinsted, Kent, 1817; R. there, 1819. R. of 
Milstead (succeeding his father), 1819-21. Died Oct. 20, 
1821. (Venn, 11. 161; Cant. Act Book; Changes of Name; 
Burke, L.G., for his parents.) 

PATTERSON, ALEXANDER HAMILTON. Adm. a scholar at 
St Catharine's, Sept. 26, 1870. S. of Alexander. B. at 
Malkinswood, Worsley, near Manchester. Matric. Michs. 
1870; B.A. 1874; M.A. 1877. Ord. deacon (Durham) 1874; 
priest, 1875; C. of Bywell St Andrew, 1874-7. Assistant 
Dioc. Inspector for Durham, 1877-8; Dioc. Inspector, 
1878-94. P.C. of Low Fell, Durham, 1894-1927- Hon. 
Canon of Durham, 1910. V. of Aycliffe, 1927-36. Lie. to off., 
dio. of Durham, 1936. Latterly of Darlington, where he died 
Oct. 15, 1943, aged 91. (Crockford; 2 he limes, Oct. 19, 
I943-) 

PATTERSON, ALEXANDER HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity 
Hall, May 12, 1868. [Only] s. of J[ohn], Esq., of Oak 
Mount, Fallowfield, Manchester. Matric. Lent, 1869; B.A. 
1872; M.A. 1882. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 2, 1870. 
Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 1873- Of 15, Old Square, Lincoln's 
Inn. Died Mar. 8, 1943, aged 90, at Tunbridge Wells. (Late 
Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, 
Mar. 18, 1943.) 

PATTERSON, ARTHUR JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, 
Mar. 6, 1855. [Only] s. of John [of Southampton]. B. in 
St Pancras, London. School, Radnorshire (private). Matric. 
Michs. 1855; B.A. 1859; Le Bas prize, i860; M.A. 1863. 
.\dm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 27, i860. (Inns of CouH.) 

PATTERSON, DAVID CLARKE. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Dec. 2, 1897. S. of David Clarke (and Isabella Patterson, 
of Ann'adale, Belfast). B. [May 5, 1879], at Holywood, Co. 
Down. School, Oundle. Matric. Michs. 1808; B.A. 1901. 
Entered the I.C.S., 1902. Assistant Magistrate and Collector, 
Bengal, Behar and Assam, 1903-31. Puisne Judge of the 
High Court, Calcutta, 1931-9; retu-ed, 1939. Died at 
St Cergue, Channel Isles, Jan. 16, 1948. (Peile, 11. 822; 
I.CS. Lists; Who's Who; The Times, Jan. 22, 1948.) 

PATTERSON, HERBERT WILLIAM THACKERAY. Adm. 
pens, at Trinity Hall, Sept. 12, 1887. [S. of J.], of Not- 
tingham. School, Wellington (aged 14, in 1883). Matnc. 
Michs. 1887; B.A. 1891. Football (rugby) 'blue,' 1890. 
(Wellington Coll. Reg.; Book of Blues.) 

PATTERSON, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, 
June 8, 1787. S. of James (and Martha James). B. in 
St George's, Hanover Square. School, St Paul's. Matric. 
Michs. 1787; Scholar, 1788; B.A. 1791; M.A. 1794. Ord. 
deacon (Bristol, Litt. dim. from Salisbury) Mar. 15, 1792; 
C. of St Mary's, WaUingford, Berks., 1792. Died Nov. 30, 
1807, at Latchingdon, Essex. (St Paul's Sch. Reg., which 
says he was s. of 'Samuel, turner and toyman'; St John's 
Coll. Adm., IV. 417; G. Mag., 1807, 11. 1179-) 

PATTERSON, JOHN. Matric. Non-Coil., Michs. 1900; an 
advanced student. Migrated to Emmanuel; B.A. 1902; 
M.A. 1907. Deputy Meteorologist for the Central Provinces 
of India in 1906. (Camb. Yearbook.) 



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PATTERSON, JULIUS SHERIDAN. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. I, 1887. Of Wiltshire. S. of the Rev. Henry 
Sheridan (CM. College, Islington, i860), of Deane vicarage, 
near Bolton, Lanes. B. Jan. 6, 1868, at Melksham, Wilts. 
School, Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890. 
A planter in Ceylon. Of DeUvita, Kurunegala, in 1927. 
(Cheltenham Coll. Reg., 480.) 

PATTERSON, MATTHEW. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Jan. 18, 
1892. S. of James, Esq., of 72, Patshull Road, Kentish 
Town, London. Matric. Lent, 1892; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1900. 
Ord. deacon (Durham) 1895; priest, 1896; C. of St James', 
Darlington, 1895-7. C. of St Clement's, Salford, Lanes., 
1897-1904. C. of Bolton, 1904-8. C.-in-charge of Prestolee, 
1908-10. R. of Great Lever, 1910-28. V. of Todmorden, 
1928-40. Died Oct. 23, 1940, aged 71, at Leamington Spa. 
(Crockford; 1 he limes, Oct. 25, 1940.) 

PATTERSON, MYLES. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1882. [Only] 
s. of M[yles], Esq., of Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, London. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, Jan. 26, 1884. Called to the Bar, June 22, 
1887. Practising in Victoria, AustraUa, in 1890. Died 
suddenly, Mar. 27, 1935, aged 69, at Broadmayne, Dor- 
chester. {Law Lists; Inns of Court; The Times, Mar. 30, 
I935-) 

PATTERSON, NORMAN. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. 1898. S. of 
the Rev. Sutton (1881). B. Apr. 17, 1879, in Cambridge. 
School, St John's, Leatherhead (the Rev. A. Rutty). Matric. 
Michs. 1898; Rustat Scholar. Second Lieut., Royal Horse 
Artillery, 1900; Lieut., 1902. Served in the S. African War, 
1901-2 (mentioned in despatches; D.S.O., 1902). Sub- 
sequently served in India. Died, unmarried, May 2, 1909, 
at BareiUy, 'from the effects of injuries caused by an accident 
to his horse.' (Army Lists; The V.C. and D.S.O.; Who was 
Who.) 

PATTERSON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 23, 
1864. S. of Robert. B. [Apr. 30, 1845], at Carlisle. School, 
Giggleswick. Matric. Michs. 1864; Scholar, 1864; B.A. 
(ioth Wrangler) 1868; M.A. 1871. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
1868; priest, 1869; C. of St Mary's, Peterborough, 1868-9. 
C. of Bringhurst, Leics., 1869-72. C. of Ramsgate, 1872-80. 
R. of St Andrew's, Deal, 1880-8. V. of Selhurst, Surrey, 
1888-94. C. of Famcombe, 1894-9. V. of Littleboume, 
Kent, 1899-1905. R. of St Leonard's, Deal, 1905-19. Rural 
Dean of Sandwich, 1915-19. Died Sept. 15, 1921, at Can- 
terbury. (Giggleswick Sch. Reg.; Peile, 11. 582; Crockford; 
The Times, Sept. 17, 1921.) 

PATTERSON, SUTTON. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. i, 1881 
[Only s. of Robert, of Newcastle-on-Tyne. Had matric 
Non-CoU. at Oxford, Feb. 6, 1880, aged 31.] Matric. Michs 
1881; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1888. Ord. deacon (Glasgow) 1884 
priest, 1885; C. of St Mary-the- Virgin, Glasgow, 1884-6 
C. of St Andrew's, Wells Street, London, 1886-7. Sec, 
St John's foundation School for the sons of the clergy] 
1887-1911. V. of Madeley, Staffs., 1913-29. Died Oct. 2 
1929. Father of Norman (1898). (Al. Oxon.; Crockford 
The Times, Oct. 5, 1929.) 

PATTERSON, WILLIAM ARCHIBALD. Adm. pens, (age 19) 
at Caius, Jan. 28, 1845. S. of William, architect. B. at 
Nottingham. School, Wappenhan, Northants. Matric. 
Michs. 1845; B.A. 1850. 

PATTERSON, WILLIAM ST GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, June 13, 1834. S. of Andrew Todd. B. [Apr. 23, 
1816], in Liverpool. School Westminster. Matric. Michs. 
1834; Scholar, 1835. Re-adm. as pens. Oct. 24, 1838. 
Migrated to Trinity College, DubUn; B.A. (Trinity College, 
Dublin) 1840; M.A. (Trinity College, Dublin) 1843. Ord. 
deacon, 1841; priest, 1841 (Bp. of Chichester). Priest-Vicar, 
Divinity Lecturer and Succentor of Lichfield Cathedral, 
1846-90; General Preacher in the Diocese. Died Sept. 7, 
1890. (Record of Old Westminsters; Crockford.) 

PATTERSON, WILLIAM ST JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 15, 1787; re-adm. Oct. 11, 1798, and June 19, 1802; 
Scholar, 1789. B. in the Island of St John's, N. America. 
Matric. Easter, 1799 (by mistake under Pembroke) ; B.A. 1800. 

PATTERSON, WILLIAM SEEDS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 18, 1873. S. of Thomas Main, of Park Side, Mossley 
Hill, near Liverpool. B. [Mar. 19], 1854, in Liverpool. 
School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1877; M.A. 
1880. Cricket 'blue,' 1875, 1876, 1877; Capt. 1877. 'In 
business.' On the Mersey docks and harbour Board. Author, 
Sixty Years of Uppingham Cricket. Died Oct. 20, 1939, at 
Hook Heath, Woking. (Uppingham Sch. Roll; Book of 
Blues; The limes, Oct. 21, 1939.) 



Patteson, William Frederick 

PATTESON, FRANK EUGENE. Adm. (age 18) at Caius, Oct. i, 
1872. [2nd] s. of the Rev. John (1832), R. of Thorpe, Nor- 
wich (and Elizabeth, dau. of Samuel Hoare, of Hampstead 
Heath House, London, N.W.). B. [May 28, 1854], at Chelsea. 
School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1872. A merchant in 
Calcutta. Latterly of Great Hautbois House, Norfolk; J. P. 
Married, Jan. 16, 1901, Dorothy PhiUppa, dau. of Capt. 
Philip Hamond. Died Oct. 1919. Brother of James C. 
(1870). (Uppingham Sch. Roll; Burke, L.G) 

PATTESON, HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. 16, 1774. 
[2nd s. of Henry Sparke, gent, [of Norwich] (and Martha 
Fromanteel). [B. Oct. 10, 1757.] School, Eton. Kept six 
terms. Migrated to Jrinity, as Fell. -Com., Jan. 27, 1778; 
matric. Lent, 1779; B.A. 1780. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
Feb. 6, 1772. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Feb. 20, 1780; priest 
(Gloucester, Litt. dim. from Norwich) Dec. 20, 1781; C. of 
Coney Weston, Suffolk. R. of Burgate, 1782-1805. R.of 
Drinkstone, 1805-24. R. of Wortham Eastgate, and 
Wortham Everard, 1782-1824. J.P. for Suffolk. Married, 
Apr. 13, 1786, Sophia, dau. of Richard Ay ton Lee, banker, 
of London. Died Oct. 30, 1824. Father of John (1809). 
(Eton Coll. Reg.; St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 417; Inns of Court; 
G. Mag., 1825, I. 90.) 

PATTESON, JAMES CARLOS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 24, 

1870. [Eldest] s. of [the Rev.] John (1832) [R.] of Thorpe, 
Norwich (and Ehzabeth, dau. of Samuel Hoare). B. [Dec. 24], 
185 1, in London. School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1870; 
B.A. 1874. Adm. Sohcitor, Dec. 1877; practised at Limps- 
field, Sussex, and in London. Mcirried Almeria, dau. of Capt. 
Phihp Hamond. Died, v.p., June 30, 1902, at Limpsfield. 
Brother of Frank E. (1872). (Uppingham Sch. Roll; Burke, 
L.G.; Law Lists; The limes, July i, 1902.) 

PATTESON, JOHN. Adm. at King's, a Scholar from Eton, 
Jan. 3, 1809. [2nd s. of the Rev. Henry (1774), R. of Drink- 
stone, Suffolk.] B. Feb. 11, 1790, at Coney Weston, Suffolk. 
Bapt. Feb. 21, 1790. Matric. Lent, 1809; Davies Scholar, 
1810; B.A. 1813; M.A. 1816. Fellow, 1812. Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, May 28, 1812. Called to the Bar, 1821. 
On the Northern Circuit. A Special Pleader, 1821. Judge 
of the Queen's Bench, 1830-52. Knighted, 1830. Resigned, 
on account of deafness, 1852. Privy Councillor, 1852. 
Concerned with the Cambridge Award Act, 1856. 'One of 
the very best and ablest Judges that ever sat in Westminster 
Hall.' Of Feniton Court, Honiton, Devon. Married (i) 
Feb. 23, 18 18, his cousin, Ehzabeth, dau. of George Lee, 
of Dickleburgh, Norfolk, and had issue one daughter; 
(2) Apr. 22, 1824, Frances Duke, dau. of Capt. James 
Coleridge, of Ottery St Mary, Devon, and had issue. Died 
June 28, 1861. (Boase, 11. 1387; King's Coll. Reg.; Inns of 
Court; G. Mag., 1861, 11. 215; D.N.B.) 

PATTESON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, June 29, 
1832. Of Norwich. [Eldest s. of John Staniforth (next), of 
Cringleford, Norfolk (and Anne Elizabeth Tasker). B. 
Sept. 2, 1814.] Matric. Michs. 1832; Scholar, 1833; B.A. 
(25th Wrangler) 1836; M.A. 1839. Ord. deacon (Salisburv) 
1837; priest, 1839; C. of Stalbridge, Dorset, 1837-44. P.C. 
of St Jude's, Chelsea, 1844-55. R- of Christ Church, Spital- 
fields, 1855-67. R.of Thorpe, Norfolk, 1867-96. Rural Dean 
of Blofield, 1870-96. Hon. Canon of Norwich, 1S82-1902. 
Married, June 23, 1846, Elizabeth, dau. of Samuel Hoare, 
of Hampstead Heath House, London, N.W. Died Sept. 6, 
1902, at Norwich. Father of Frank E. (1872) and James C. 
(1870). (Burke, L.G.; Crockford; Ike Times, Sept. 8, 1902.) 

PATTESON, JOHN STANIFORTH. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 18) 
at Trinity, Jan. 24, 1800. S. of John, of Norwich [M.P., 
High Sheriff] (and Elizabeth Staniforth, heiress of the Rev. 
Cox Macro, D.D., of Norton Hall, Suffolk, and of Robert Stani- 
forth, of Manchester). [B. Oct. 24, 1782.] School, Norwich. 
Matric. Michs. 1800. Of Cringleford, Norwich. J.P. and D.L. 
for Norfolk. Col., E. Norfolk Mihtia. Sheriff of Norwich, 
1811. Mayor, 1823. Married, Sept. 5, 1808, Anne Ehzabeth 
Tasker. Died Aug. 30, 1832. Father of the above; brother 
of WiUiamF. (1820). (Burke, L.G.) 

PATTESON, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, July 4, 
1843. [S. of H., of London. B. 1823. School, Repton.j 
Matric. Lent, 1844; B.A. 1847. (Repton Sch. Reg.) 

PATTESON, WILLIAM FREDERICK. Adm. pens, (age 21) at 
Trinity, June 12, 1820. S. of John. B. at Norwich. School, 
Norwich. Matric. Lent, 1821; B.A. 1825; M.A. i860. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) May 25, 1823; priest, June 21, 1824. 
P.C. (and V.) of St Helen's, Norwich, 1824-81. Rural Dean 
and Hon. Canon of Norwich, i860. Under-Minister of 
St Peter Mancroft, Nonvich, 1826-32. Died Nov. 14, 1881, 
aged 81, at Norwich. Brother of John S. (1800). (The 
Guardian, Nov. 23, 1881.) 



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Pattin, William Harry Cooper 

PATTIN, WILLIAM HARRY COOPER (1885), sec COOPER, 
WILLIAM HARRY. 

PATTINSON, HUGH LEE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 8, 
1850. Of Cumberland. S. of Hugh Lee, Esq. [metaUurgical 
chemist, for whom see D.N.B.], of Low Byer House [and 
Phoebe]. B. at Alston. Bapt. Dec. 25, 1829. Matnc. Michs. 
1850. Of Scots House, Co. Durham. Father of the next. 

PATTINSON, HUGH LEE. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 15, 
1871. [Eldest] s. of Hugh Lee (above), manufacturer [and 
Isabella]. B. at Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Bapt Apr. 17, 1854- 
School, Tonbridge. Matric. Michs. 1871. Of Scots House 
Co. Durham (and Stotes Hall, Jesmond). Manager of 
Felling chemical works, West Newcastle-on-Tyne. Capt 
4th Durham Rifle Volunteers, 1877; retired as Major. Died 
Mar. 7, 1024, at Newcastle. (Tmibndge bch. Reg.; bcott 
MSS.;'Army Lists; The Times, Mar. 8, 1924.) 

PATTINSON, JAMES. Mus.Bac. 1879- A Non-Coil. Student. 

PATTINSON, JOSEPH ALFRED. Adm. at Clare, Apr. 2, 1881. 
rs of Thomas, National schoolmaster. B. Dec. 24, 1861, at 
Market Weighton, Yorks. School, Manchester Grammar 
(Mr DiU).] Migrated to St John's, July i i88i Matnc. 
Michs. 1881; Scholar; B.A. {34th Wrangler) 1884; M.A. 1888. 
MA Queensland, 1912. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 1885; 
priest 1886; C. of Christ Church, SaUord, 1885-90. V. of 
St George's, Chorley, 1890-1903. R. of St Bartholomew s, 
Salford, 1903-7. V. of Hope, Lanes., 1907-10. Canon Res 
and Sub-Dean of Brisbane, 1910-15. Acting Warden of 
St Paul's College, Sydney, 19 15-16. Head Master of King s 
School, Parramatta, 1916-19. Died June i, 1919. (Crockford; 
Who zi'os Who; The Times, June 4, 1919.) 

PATTINSON, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Mar 4 1828. S. of Richard [merchant m Canada]. B. m 
Canada School, Macclesfield, Cheshire; and at Glasgow 
Univ 1822. Matric. Michs. 1828. Adm. at the Middle 
Temple, Mar. 5, 1829. (Inns of Court; C. J. Fordyce.) 

PATTINSON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Peterhouse, June 27, 
i8^s B in Cumberland. S. of Thomas, of Kirkbampton. 
Matiic. Michs. 1835; B.A. 1839; M.A. 1850. Ord. deacon 
(Elv) 1842; priest, 1843; C. of SnailweU, Cambs., 1842-5. 
R of Kirkbampton, 1845-78. R. of Patterdale, 1878-91- 
Died Nov. 25, 1891, aged 74- (T- A. Walker, 452; Scott, 
MSS.; The Guardian, Dec. 9, 1891.) 

PATTINSON, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Caius Apr 10, 1838. S. of WiUiam, Esq., of Homsey, 
Middlesex. School, Islington proprietary. Matnc. Lent, 
1839 Of Melberley, near Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight. Major, 
Isle of Wight ArtiUery Mihda, 1875- (Venn, 11. 243; Army 
Lists.) 

PATTINSON WILLIAM JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Tune 8 1846. S. of Richard. B. at Deene, Northants. Matnc. 
Michs.'i846; LL.B. 1852. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1851; pnest, 
1852- C. of Cranoe, Leics., 185 1-4. V. of Laxton, Northants., 
1854-77. R. of MaidweU, 1877-91- Manned and had issue. 
Died Apr. 12, 1891, aged 65. (Crockford; Clergy List; 
Northants. Clergy; The Guardian, Apr. 22, 1891.) 

PATTISON, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, May 25, 
1821. Of Coggeshall, Essex. Matric. Michs. 1822. 

PATTISON, EDWARD. Adm. sizar at St C.\tharine's, July 3, 
1821 Of Norfolk. Migrated to Queens', Feb. 4, 1822. 
Matric. Easter, 1822; B.A. 1826. Ord. deacon (Bath and 
Wells) 1826; priest (Norwich) June 10, 1827; C. of Little 
Eversden, Cambs., 1826-7. C. of Letheringham, Suffolk, 
1827-31. R. of Gedding, 1831-71, and C. of Rushbrook, 
1836-71. Disappears from Crockford, 1873. (Clergy List.) 

PATTISON, FERDINAND GROT HANDASYDE. Adm. pens, 
(age 19) at Pembroke, Sppt. 21, 1877. Only s. of George 
[Handasyde], lawyer, of Edinburgh [advocate, and Sheriff 
of Roxburgh, Berwick and Selkirk]. B. at Edinburgh. 
Matric. Lent, 1878; B.A. 1881. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
June II, 1880. (Inns of Court.) 

PATTISON GEORGE. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Queens', Oct. 10, 
1862 Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 1866; M.A. 1869. Ord. 
deacon (Manchester) 1866; priest, 1867; C. of St John's, 
Blackburn 1866-7. C. of Camforth, 1867-8. C. of Stower, 
Dorset 1868-78. C. of Wyke, Yorks., 1879-81. C. of Moor 
Allerton 1882-3. C. of Gildersome, 1884-5. C. of Wensley, 
1885-8 ' Latterly of Church Gresley, Burton-on-Trent. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1895. Father of Hugh F. (1897). 



Pattisson, Richard Murrills 

PATTISON, GEORGE HENRY. Matric. Non-Coil., Lent, 1899; 
B.A. 1904; M.A. 1914. Ord. deacon (London) 1904; pnest, 
1905- C. of St John's, Kensal Green, 1904-7. C. of Merton, 
Surrey, 1907-8. C. of St Luke with St Paul, Old Chariton, 
Kent, 1908-11. C. of St Luke's, Woodside, Surrey, 1912-15 
and 1916-21. V. of Brents, Kent, 1921-3. C. of Greenwich, 
1924-31. C. of St Saviour's, Croydon, 1931-3. R. of Clophill, 
Beds., 1933-4. Disappears from Crockford, 1935. 
PATTISON, HUGH FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1897. Of Dorset. S. of the Rev. George (1862), 
deceased. B. Mar. 23, 1872, at Great Stower, Dorset. School, 
Bedale, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900. Ord. deacon 
(Lichfield) 1901; priest, 1902; C. of St George's, Welhngton, 
Salop, 1901-3. C. of Sheriffhales with Woodcote, 1903-5. 
C. of Cranboume, Berks., 1906-7. C. of Bourne, Lines., 
1908-9. C. of Weston-by-Welland with Sutton Bassett, 
Northants., 1909-10. C. of St Paul's, Nottingham, 1910-12. 
C. of St Chad's, Chadwell Heath, Essex, 1914-17. C. of 
Goldhanger with Little Totham, 1917-19- C. of Framlmgham 
with Saxstead, Suffolk, 1919-20. Died suddenly, Nov. 23, 
1922, at Southampton. (Scott MSS.; Crockford; The limes, 
Nov. 25, 1922.) 
PATTISON (post PATTISSON), JULIAN. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Sept. 30, 1876. Of Essex. B. Nov. 10, 1852, at 
Southend. School, Epsom. Matric. Michs. 1876. Changed 
the spelling of his name in 1882. Old. deacon (Nonvich) 
1881; priest (Chichester) 1885; C. of Eaton, Norfolk, 1881-3. 
C. of Patcham, Sussex, 1883-5. C. of Horsham, 1885-6. 
C. of St Barnabas, W. Brighton, 1886-7. V. of Sheepwash, 
Devon, 1887-8. V. of Christow, 1887-92. V. of Whiteparish, 
Wilts., 1893-7. V. of Hindon, 1897-1907. R- of Dolton, 
Devon, 1907-13. S.S.C, dio. of Exeter, 1913-21. Perm, to 
off., dio. of St Albans, 1925-8. Latterly of Sawbridgeworth, 
Herts. Died Mar. 16, 1945. (Crockford; Church Times, 
Mar. 31, I945-) 
PATTISON, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 2, 1851. 

Matric. Michs. 1851. 
PATTISSON, AUGUSTUS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Dec. 13, 
1853. S. of WiUiam, deceased. B. Jan. i, 1831, at Coggeshall, 
Essex. School, Bromsgrove. Matric. Lent, 1854; LL.B. 
1859; LL.M. 1863. Of Washingborough Hall, Lines. Died 
Sept. 18, 1919. (Peile, 11. 532.) 
PATTISSON, JACOB HOWELL. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Feb. 9, 1824. 2nd s. of WiUiam Henry Ebenezer, of Witham, 
Essex (and Hannah, dau. of Thomas Thomthwaite, of Pater- 
noster Row, London, taUor). Matric. Michs. 1824; LL.B. 
1830; LL.M. 1864. Adm. at the Middle Temple, May 18, 
1822. An attorney. Of Tonbridge and Witham, Essex. 
Lived at, and owned, Dewlands, Black Notley, where John 
Ray had lived. In 1845 he entertained members of the Lin- 
nean Society to 'an elegant cold coUation' at Dewlands. 
Married, June 28, 1836, Charlotte Gamham, dau. of WiUiam 
Wright Luard, of Witham. Brother of WiUiam H. E. (1818) 
and James H. (1824); father of the next, of William H. L. 
(1856) and Richard M. (1879). (Laic Lists; Inns of Court; 
F.M.G., I. 15, which caUs him 'Pattison'; Memorials of John 
Ray.) 
PATTISSON, JAMES JOLLIE. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. ii, 
1869. 5th s. of Jacob HoweU (above), attorney, of Tonbridge, 
Kent. B. Feb. 4, 185 1, at Witham, Essex. School, Tonbridge 
(Dr WeUdon). Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 1873; M.A. 1877. 
Sometime a pubUc school 'Coach' at Ashford, Kent. 
Assistant Master at King WUUam College, Isle of Man, 
'before 1880'; at Tonbridge School, 1891-7. Died May 14, 
1903, at Tonbridge. Brother of WilUam H. L. (1856) and 
Richard M. (1879). (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; King William Coll. 
Reg.; F.M.G., i. 15, spelt there 'Pattison'; The Times, 
May 18, 1903.) 

PATTISSON, JAMES HONAH. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 9, 
1824. S. of WiUiam Henry [Ebenezer], Esq., of Witham, 
Essex. Educated privately. Brother of WilUam H. E. (1818) 
and Jacob H. (1824). 

PATTISSON, JULIAN (1876), see PATTISON. 

PATTISSON, RICHARD MURRILLS. Adm. a scholar at 
Emmanuel, Apr. 18, 1879. S. of Mrs Pattisson, of GrayUngs, 
Tonbridge, Kent [loth s. of Jacob HoweU (1824). B. i860. 
School, Tonbridge.] Matric. Michs. 1879; Exhibitioner; (\oth 
Wrangler, 1882); B.A. (ist Class, Law Tripos) 1883; M.A. 
1887. FeUow, 1886. FootbaU (rugby) 'blue,' 1881, 1882. 
Played for England, 1883. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 12, 
1885. CaUed to the Bar, June 13, 1888. Equity Draftsman 
and Conveyancer. Latterly of 42, Argyll Road, London, W. 
Died Nov. 27, 1948, in Cambridge. Brother of James J. 
(1869) and WilUam H. L. (1856). (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; 
Scott MSS.; Inns of Court; Law Lists; Cambridge Daily 
News, Nov. 29, 1948; Book of Blues.) 



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Pattisson, William Henry [Ebenezer] 

PATTISSON, WILLIAM HENRY [EBENEZER]. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, Dec. lo, 1818. Of Essex. [Eldest s. of William 
Henry Ebenezer, of Witham.] Matric. Michs. 1819. Kept 
nine terms. Adm. at the Middle Temple, July 8, 1818. 
Called to the Bar, May 13, 1825. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
Mar. 26, 1828. Married, Aug. 22, 1832, Sarah Frances, dau. 
of Rev. Goring Thomas, of Tooting. Drowned (with his wife) 
on their honeymoon, in Lac de Gauve, Cauterets, Pyrennees, 
Sept. 20, 1832. Brother of Jacob H. (1824) and James H. 
(1824). {Inns of Court; G. Mag., 1832, 11. 390.) 

PATTISSON, WILLIAM HENRY LUARD. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, Mar. 14, 1856. Eldest s. of Jacob HoweU (1824) 
(and Charlotte Gariiham). B. [July 20, 1837], at Witham, 
Essex. Matric. Michs. 1856. Went down after eight terms, 
owing to family misfortunes. Entered the Essex Constabu- 
lary, 1859; Superintendent, 1859. Stationed at Epping for 
several years. Deputy Chief Constable of Essex, 1867-74. 
Became associated with the Writtle brewery, at the time of 
his death being managing director. Married, Jan. 8, 1874, 
Emily Celestine, dau. of Sir Stephen Hill. Died July 16, 
1895, at Writtle. Brother of James J. (1869) and Richard M. 
(1879). {Eagle, XIX. 290; Scott, MSS.; The Times, July 19, 
1895; Essex Review, iv. 210.) 

PATTON, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 17, 
1822. [3rd] s. of James, [Sherifi-Clerk] of Perthshire. B. 
[1803], at Perth. School, Glasgow [and Glasgow University, 
1817-20; B.A., Glasgow, 1820]. Matric. Michs. 1822; Scholar, 
1825; B.A. 1826. Adm. Advocate, 1828. Solicitor-General 
for Scotland, 1859. M.P. for Bridgwater, Aug. 1865-Mar. 
1866. Lord Advocate, 1866. Appointed himself Lord Justice 
Clerk, 1867, 'partly in order to avoid inquiry into charges 
of election bribery.' Assimaed the title of Lord Glenalmond. 
P.C., Nov. 1867. Succeeded to the estate of Glenahuond on 
the death of his elder brother, 1869. Died by his own hand 
(drowned in the river Almond), at Glenalmond, Sept. 20, 
1869. {Boase, 11. 1391; D.N.B., which does not mention 
Cambridge, but states he was at Oxford and did not matric; 
not found in Al. Oxon.; C. J. Fordyce.) 

PATTON, GEORGE STEVENSON. Adm. pens, at Sr John's, 
Oct. 15, 1898; an advanced student. Of New York. S. of 
Francis Landey, President of Princeton University, New 
Jersey (and Rosa Antoinette Stevenson). B. Mar. 13, 1869, 
at Nyack. From Princeton University (B.A. 1892; M.A. 
1894). Matric. Michs. 1898. Professor of Moral Philosophy, 
Princeton University, 1902-14. Removed (with his father) 
to Bermuda. Director of Education, Bermuda, 1914-24. 
Member of House of Assembly, Bermuda. Died at Carberry 
Hill, Bermuda, Mar. 25, 1937. (F. P. White; Princeton Alumni 
Weekly.) 

PATTON, RICHARD WINSLOW [or WINSLOE]. Adm. pens, 
at Emmanuel, Oct. 30, 1884. [2nd] s. of Lionel, Esq., of 
Hillmore, Taunton, Somerset [sometime of Yarcombe Manor, 
near Chard; M.F.H., Taunton Vale]. School, Newton College. 
Migrated (age 19) to Magdalene, Sept. 30, 1885. Matric. 
Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888; M.A. 1932. Head Master of St 
Anthony's prep. School, Eastbourne, for very many years. 
Married, 1897, Emily Maud, yst: dau. of Major George Elliott 
Salter. Of St Anthony's, Eastbourne, in 1946. {The Catholic 
Who's Who.) 

PATTRICK, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magdalene, 
June 28, 1856. [2nd] s. of Thomas Matthew, Esq., of Wisbech, 
Cambs. B. 1837. School, Wisbech. Matric. Michs. 1856; 
B.A. {Sth Wrangler) 1861; M.A. 1864. Fellow, 1861. Some- 
time a private tutor in Westmorland. Assistant Master at 
Queen Elizabeth's School, Ipswich, 1861-3. Librarian of 
Magdalene, 1863; tutor, 1865-96; President, 1876-96, 
Junior Proctor 1873. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 15, 1867. 
Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 1870, but never practised. 'The 
tenure of his College tutorship extending over 31 years was 
marked by a combination of exceptional qualifications, an 
intuitive aptitude for discernment of character, sound judg- 
ment, and a courtesy which invited confidence and rendered 
difficulties more easy of adjustment. No man ever came to 
him for guidance without receiving sympathy and help, and 
his many pupils remember with gratitude the infinite pains 
he took to adapt his lectures to their needs.' Married, 1894. 
Died Oct. 6, 1896; 'he was taken ill while dining with the 
Master of Trinity Hall, and expired in a few minutes.' M.I. 
in Great St Mary's, Cambridge. (Scott, MSS.; Boase, vi. 
365; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; The 
Cambridge Review, Oct. 15, 1896.) 

PATTRICK (or PATRICK), The Rev. GEORGE. Adm. Fell.- 
Com. (age 24) at Sidney, Dec. 29, 1770. 4th s. of Thomas 
[farmer], deceased, of Mark's Tey, Essex, gent. B. there, 
Aug. 9, 1746. School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1774; LL.B. 
1777. Previously an attorney practising in London and at 
Dedham, Essex. Ord. deacon, 1770; priest, 1771; C. of 

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Paul, Gregory Charles 

St Michael, Myland, Colchester, 1770. V. of Aveley, Essex, 
1772-87. C. of Wennington, 1773-87- Chaplain to Lord 
Dacre, 1775. Chaplain at Morden College, Blackheath, 
1787-90. C. of Carshalton, Surrey, 1791. Sunday Evening 
Lecturer at St Bride's, Fleet Street, 1797. A popular preacher. 
Married, Sept. 8, 1789, Mary Ferriday, of Madeley, Salop, 
and had issue. Author, Sermons, with a Help to Prayer. Died 
Sept. 14, 1800, at Madeley; buried there. 

PATTULLO, ALFRED. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1879. [2nd] s. of 
James, Esq., of Ashmore, Blairgowrie. B. Jan. 25, 1861. 
School, Trinity College, Glenalmond. Matric. Michs. 1879; 
Scholar, 1880; B.A. 1883. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 19, 
1881. Called to the Bar, July 7, 1886. Died Apr. 30, 1923, 
in London. (Glenalmond Reg.; Law Lists; Inns of Court.) 

PATUCK, PESTONJEE SORABJEE. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. 3, 1895; re-adm. pens. Oct. 8, 1895. S. of Sorabjee 
Kaikhusroo, accountant, of Bombay (and Mithibai). B. 
there, Nov. 13, 1875. School, Elphinstone College, Bombay 
(Mr J. Hawthomthwaite). Matric. Michs. 1895; Scholar, 
1896; B.A. {xbth Wrangler) 1898. Adm. at the Inner Temple. 
Called to the Bar, June 22, 1898. Appointed to the I.C.S., 
1897; Assistant Commissioner, Central Provinces, 1898; 
Deputy Commissioner, 1913. Retired, Oct. 1923. Of 67, 
Hampstead Way, London, N.W., in 1946. Died Dec. 10, 1951. 
{I.C.S. Lists (as Patak, Pestonji Sorabji); Law Lists.) 

PAUL, ANDREW LOUIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 14, 1896. 
S. of [the Rev.] Charles Kegan (Exeter College, Oxford, 
1846), publisher, of 9, Avonmore Road, London. B. Oct. 24, 
1858, at Eton, Bucks. Schools [Brighton College and] Eton. 
Matric. Lent, 1896. Associate Member of the Telegraph 
Engineers Institute. Worked in India. Died Apr. 15, 1900. 
(Brighton Coll. Reg.; Eton Sch. Lists.) 

PAUL, ARTHUR EDWARD. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 2, 1899. 
[3rd] s. of Robert Macleane (Exeter College, Oxford, 1859), 
solicitor, of Southleigh, Truro. B. there, June 2, 1880. School, 
Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1903. A.M.I.C.E., 1906. 
Assistant Engineer, South Indian Railway, 1906-16. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (with R.E. in France and Russia; 
Military Mission to Siberia; Staff Capt.). With the firm of 
Messrs Marshall's, Calcutta, 1920; Branch Manager at 
Lahore. Secretary to the Agent of the S.I. Railway, 1928-35. 
Died Sept. 12, 1935, at Weymouth. Brother of William B. 
(1893). (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Venn, iii. 398; List of M.I.C.E., 
1928-9; The Times, Sept. 14, 1935.) 

PAUL, CHARLES. Adm. at Caius (age 20), 1822. [Eldest] s. of 
Robert, President of the Council, Island of St Vincent, 
W. Indies. B. in London. Schools, Kensington and Charter- 
house (1815-18). Matric. Michs. 1822; B.A. 1826; M.A. 1829. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Dec. 14, 1820. Ord. deacon (Bath and 
Wells) 1826; priest, 1827; C. of Whitelackington, Somerset, 
1826. V. of Knowle St Giles, 1828-39. V. of Wellow, 1839-55. 
R. of Lickmolassy, Co. Galway, Ireland, 1855-61. Married, 
(i) in May, 1827, Frances Kegan Horn; (2) Mar. 4, 1851, 
Gertrude, dau. of John Cossins. Died Apr. 11, 1861, aged 58. 
(List of Carthusians; Venn, u. 185; Inns of Court; Crockford; 
Clergy List; Clerical Guide; G. Mag., 1861, i. 583.) 

PAUL, GEORGE HICKS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Peterhouse, 
June 29, 1799. Eldest s. of William, of Scarborough, Esq. 
School, Beverley. Matric. Michs. 1799; B.A. 1803; M!a. 
1806. Fellow, 1808. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Feb. 6, 1798. Died 
Nov. 8, 181 1, aged 29, in London. (T. A. Walker, 372; Inns 
of Court; G. Mag., 1811, 11. 492.) 

PAUL, GEORGE ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 2, 
1826. [2nd s. of Sir John Dean, 1st Bart., D.C.L. (and 
his 1st wife, Frances Eleanor, dau. of John Simpson, of 
Bradley HaU, Durham, and maternal granddaughter of 
Thomas, 8th Earl of Strathmore). B. July 27, 1S03. Schools, 
Westminster and Haileybury.] Doubtful if resided. Married, 
Mar. 15, 1828, Louisa Harriet, youngest dau. of Henry Bevan, 
and had issue. Died Apr. 14, 1880. Brother of William W. 
(1830). (Burke, P. and B.) 

PAUL, GREGORY CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age iS) at Trinity, 
Mar. 3, 1849. [Eldest] s. of Peter Jacob, solicitor. B. [1830], 
in Calcutta. School, King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 
1849; B.A. 1853. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 17, 1852. 
Called to the Bar, June 6, 1855. .Advocate, High Court, 
Calcutta, 1862-78. Member of Governor-General's Council, 
1878-82. Judge of the High Court, 1871-2. Advocate- 
General of Bengal, 1878-1900. Member of Legislative 
Council, 1885-1900. CLE., 1878; K.C.I.E., 1888. Married, 
1861, Alice, dau. of P. Johns, barrister. Died Jan. i, 1900, 
at 3, Park Street, Calcutta. Brother of the next. {Boase, 
VI. 366, which gives B. 1831; Scott, MSS.; I.C.S. Lists; Law 
Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; Who xcas Who; 
The Times, Jan. 3, 1900.) 



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Paul, Henry Morton 

PAUL, HENRY MORTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 12, 

1864. S. of Peter Jacob [attomey-at-law], of Calcutta, India. 
B there, Dec. 26, 1845. School, Harrow. Matnc. Michs. 

1865. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 11, 1874. Inspector, 
Licensed Measurer's Dept., Bengal Chamber of Commerce. 
Brother of the above. (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

PAUL, JAMES. Adm. sizar at St John's, May 27, 1844. S. of 
James, of Alverstoke, Hants, (and Ann). B. there, Nov. 19, 
1821. School, R.N., Portsmouth (Mr Main). Matnc. Michs. 
1844. 
PAUL, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 24) at Trinity, Dec. 16, 1769; 
from Christ Church, Oxford, whence he had matnc. Oct. 12, 
1764 age 19. [Only s. of John Dean, of Stroud, Gloucs. (and his 
"nd wife Anne GastreU, dau. of John Self, of Cirencester, 
Gloucs) School, Westminster.] A doctor; practised at 
Bristol and SaUsbury. Physician, Bristol Infirmary, 1772-5, 
where he was noted as a great 'blood letter'. Married, i775, 
Frances dau. of Robert Snow, of Hendon, Middlesex, partner 
in the firm of Snow, Paul and Co., London, bankers, and had 
issue. Died June 17, 1815, in Piccadilly. (Record of Old 
Westminsters; Al. Oxon.; Burke, P. and B.; G. Mag., 1815, 
I. 647; C. R. Hudleston; Munro Smith, Hist, of Bristol Royal 
Infirmary.) 
PAUL, JOSEPH DAVID DALLIN. .A-dm. at Pembroke, Oct. 
1897. Eldest s. of Joseph [John] DaUin (next), late R.N. 
B. May 12, 1877. School, Perse, Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 
1897; B..\. 1900; M.A. 1904. Senior mathematical and 
mechanical sciences Master, County School, Bedford, 1900-5 ; 
Assistant Master, King WilUam's College, Isle of Man, 
1905-33-. M.I.C.E.; F.R.G.S. (Scott, MSS.; Schoolmasters' 
Directories; King William's Coll. Reg.) 
PAUL JOSEPH JOHN DALLIN. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. 15, 1866. Of Kent. S. of Joseph, schoolmaster (and 
Elizabeth). B. at Shooter's Hill [Oct. 16, 1846]. Matric. 
Michs. 1866. Served as Schoohnaster, R.N. Father of the 
above. 
PAUL, LOUIS WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pembroke, 
Oct. 7, 1882. S. of Alfred, schoolmaster, of Faversham, 
Kent. B. there. [School, Faversham Grammar.] Matric. 
Michs. 1882; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1889. Assistant Master at 
Lancing College, 1893-1903; at Bury St Edmunds Grammar 
School in 1906. Sometime Head Master of Kirkley House 
School, Lowestoft, and subsequently of The Dene, Caterham, 
Kent. Died Jan. 8, 1945. (Schoolmasters' Directories; The 
Times, Jan. 9, 1945.) 
PAUL, SAMUEL WOODFIELD. Adm. sizar at Jesus, May 11, 
1807; a 'Ten-year man.' [Of Stanton St Gabriel, Whit- 
church, Dorset.] Only s. of Nathaniel, Esq. B. [Mar. 22, 
1778], at Hackney. Bapt. Apr. 20, 1778. [School, West- 
minster.] Matric. Michs. 1807; B.D. (Stat. Ehz.) 1817. Adm. 
at Lincoln's Inn, May 20, i794- Called to the Bar, Feb. 11, 
1802. Equity draftsman. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1806; pnest, 
1807; C. of Finedon, Northants., 1806; V. there, 1810-47. 
Married, Sept. 11, 1806, Charlotte, younger dau. of Sir John 
EngUsh Dolben, Bart., of Finedon, and had issue. Died 
Aug. I, 1847, at Charing Cross Hospital; buried at Finedon. 
(Record of Old Westminsters; Inns of Court; Northants. Clergy.) 
PAUL, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age ig) at Caius, Feb. 2, 1753. 
S. of the Rev. Benjamin (1722), R. of Banningham, Norfolk. 

B. there. School, Norwich. Matric. Michs. 1754; Scholar, 
1753; B.A. 1757. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1757; priest, i759', 

C. of Banningham, Norfolk, 1757- C. of Rackheath, 1759- 
R. of Framingham-Pigot, 1764-1814, V. of Tuttington, 
1763-1814, and R. of Banningham, 1767-1814. Died 
('lately' in July) 1814, aged 8i. (Venn, 11. 69; G. Mag., 1814, 
11. 88.) 

PAUL, The Rev. WILLIAM. B.A. 1781, incorp. from Oxford; 
M.A. from King's, 1781. [S. of the Rev. William, of Git- 
tisham, Devon.] Matric. from Queen's College, Oxford, 
Oct. 10, 1747, age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 1751- R- of Lympstone, 
Devon, 1786-92 ; and R. of Bratton Clovelly, 1789-92. Buried 
at Lympstone, June 9, 1792. (Al. Oxon.; Cant. Act Book; 
J. B. Whitmore.) 

PAUL, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Queens', Dec. 9, 1826. Of 
Norfolk. Matric. Lent, 1827; B.A. 1831. 

PAUL, WILLIAM. Adm. at Clare, Mar. 17, 1892. [B. 1874-] 
School, [Bilton Grange and] The Leys, Cambridge. Matric. 
Michs. 1892; B..\. 1895. A merchant. Of Hoole House, 
Chester, in 1932. (Bilton Grange Reg.) 

PAUL, WILLIAM BATEMAN. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1893. 
Eldest s. of Robert Macleane (Exeter College, Oxford, 1859), 
sohcitor and Chancellor of the Diocese of Truro, of South- 
leigh, Truro, Cornwall. B. there. Mar. 2, 1874. School, 
Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1893. Brother of Arthur E. 
(1899). (Haileybury Coll. Reg., which gives date of birth as 
1872.) 



Paull, John Richards 

PAUL, WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
June 10, 1803. S. of WiEiam, barrister-at-law. B. at Scar- 
borough. School, Thornton, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1803. 
Migrated to Christ's, Apr. 2, 1806; B.A. 1808. Died in 1814, 
at Knackers Knowle, near Plymouth; described as 'The Rev.' 
(Peile. II. 357; G. Mag., 1814, 11. 297.) 

PAUL, WILLIAM JOSHUA. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 9, 
1870. [Eldest] s. of Sir Robert Joshua [3rd] Bart., of BaUy- 
glan, Co. Waterford (and Anne, dau. of Wilham Blacker, of 
Woodbrook, Co. Wexford). B. [June 20], 1851, at Ballyglan. 
School, Southgate, London (private). Matric. Michs. 1870; 
B.A. 1875; M.A. 1878. Succeeded his father as 4th Bart., 
1898. Of Paulville. Ballyglan, Co. Waterford and Tinoran, 
Co. Wexford. D.L. and J. P. for Co. Waterford. Resident 
Magistrate for Co. Wexford. Married, June 16, 1880, 
Richenda Juhet, 4th dau. of Henry Edmund Gumey, of 
Nutwood, Reigate, and had issue. Died Apr. 19, 1912. 
(Burke, P. and B.; G.E.C.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; 
Who was Who.) 

PAUL, WILLIAM WENTWORTH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 24. 1830. [3rd s. of Sir John Dean, Bart, (and his 1st 
wife, Frances Eleanor, dau. of John Simpson, of Bradley 
Hall, Durham). B. Feb. 6, 1812. School, Eton.] Matric. 
Michs. 1830. Died Sept. 3, 1852, at Lower Elford House, 
Staffs. Brother of George R. (1826) (Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, 
P. and B.; G. Mag., 1852, 11. 438.) 

PAULET, CHARLES (i753), see POWLETT. 

PAULET, Lord CHARLES. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Clare, Apr. 19, 
1822 . [2nd s. of Charles Ingoldsby (next), 13th Marquess of 
Winchester (and Anne, dau. of John Andrews, of Shotley 
Hall, Northumberland). B. Aug. 13, 1802.] Matric. Michs. 
1822; M.A. 1824. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1828; priest 
(Worcester) 1830. R. of Walton D'Eivile, Warws., 1830-41. 
V. of Wellesboume, 1830-70. Preb. of SaUsbury, 1833-70. 
Married (i) Aug. iS, 1831, Caroline Margaret, 3rd dau. of 
Sir John Ramsden, 4th Bart., and had issue; (2) Aug. 10, 
1850, Joan Frederica Mathewson, eldest dau. of Bernard 
Granville, of Wellesboume Hall, Warws., and had further 
issue. Died July 23, 1870. (Scott, MSS.; Burke, P. and B. 
(sub Winchester); Illustrated London News, 1870, 155; 
Crockford.) 

PAULET (post BURROUGHS-PAULET), Lord CHARLES 
INGOLDSBY. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Clare, Oct. 24, 1781. 
[Eldest] s. of George (12th Marquess of Winchester) (and 
Martha, dau. of Thomas Ingoldsby). B. Jan. 30, 1765- 
School, Eton. Ensign, ist Foot Guards, 1784-6. Capt., 
North Hampshire Regt. of Militia, 1788; Lieut. -Col., 1796. 
M.P. for Truro, 1792-6. Succeeded his father as 13th 
Marquess of Winchester, Apr. 22, 1800. Groom of the Stole, 
1812-37. A Lord Guardian, Justice, and Lieut, of Great 
Britain and Ireland, Sept. i8-Nov. 8, 1821. Assumed the 
additional name of Burroughs, before Paulet, Aug. 16, 1839. 
Married, July 31, 1800, Anne, 2nd dau. of John Andrews, 
of Shotney Hall, Northumberland. Died Nov. 29, 1S43, in 
Cavendish Square, London; buried at Amport, Hants. 
(Eton Coll. Reg., which erroneously gives 'B. Jan. 27, 1764'; 
G.E.C.; Burke, P. and B.; Doyle, Official Baronage of 
England; Changes of Name.) 

PAULI, ARTHUR WARREN FREELAND. Adm. pens, at 
Queens', Michs. 1887. S. of John. B. Nov. 2, 1868, at 
Hednesford, Staffs. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890. Capt., 
ist Vol. Batt., the Royal War^vickshire Regt., 1899. (Army 
Lists.) 

PAULL, HENRY HUGH BEAMS. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Oct. 23, 1844. [Eldest s. of Henry Andrew, of Doctors' 
Commons, London.] Doubtful if resided. Adm. at Magdalen 
Hall, Oxford, whence he matric. May 10, 1845, age 25. Ord. 
deacon (Bp. of Exeter) 1855; priest, 1856; C. of Stoke- 
Damerel, Devon, 1855-7. C. of St Mary's, Haggerston, 
Middlesex, 1857-8. V. of St Aubyn's, Devonport, 1860-4. 
Minister of St James's Chapel, York Street, Westminster, 
1864-5. C. of Plumsted, Kent, 1869-70. C. of St John's, 
Hoxton, Middlesex, 1872-4. C. of Christ Chuich, Rother- 
hithe, Surrey, 1874-5. C. of Shadwell, Middlesex, 1875-7. 
V. of Upton-Snodsbury, Worcs., 1877-8. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1879. (Al. Oxon.; Crockford; Clergy List.) 

PAULL, JOHN RICHARDS. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pembroke, 
Oct. I, 1S88. S. of John Richards, attorney, deceased of 
Bosvigo, near Truro. B. there [Apr. 16, 1869]. [School, 
Aldenham.] Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891; M.A. 1900. 
Football (assoc.) 'blue,' 1890 and 1891. Modem Languages 
Master at .Mdenham School, 1893-1925; House Master there, 
1906-1925. Of Trehaveme House, Tmro, in 1947. J-P- for 
Cornwall. (Aldenliam Sch. Reg.; Pemb. Coll. Reg.; Book of 
Blues; Schoolmasters' Directories.) 



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Paull, William 

PAULL, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 3, 1823. 
Of Warwickshire. Matric. Michs. 1823; B.A. 1827; M.A. 

1830. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 23, 1827; priest, Feb. 27, 

1831. Assistant Master at Oswestry School, 1827. C. of 
Market Bosworth, Leics., 1828-30. Minor Canon of Chester, 
1830-49. Head Master of Chester Cathedral School, 1830-8. 
Chaplain of Chester infirmary, 1840-50. R. of Handley, 
Cheshire, 1850-83. Died, at the rectory, Oct. 22, 1883, 
aged 88. {Eagle, xiii. 41; Scott, MSS.; The Guardian, 
Oct. 31, 1883.) 

PAULLIN, WALTER HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 6, 1882. S. of David, of 4, Bishopsgate Street Within, 
London. B. [Nov. 17], 1863, at Quincy, Illinois, U.S.A. 
School, Bearden, Essex (private). Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 
1885. Died Aug. 9, 1890, at Eastbourne, aged 27. (Cambridge 
Univ. Almanack, i8gi.) 

PAULSON, The Rev. GEORGE ROBERT. M.A. 1848, incorp. 
from Oxford. [S. of Thomas Warre, Esq., of St Marylebone, 
London. School, Rugby.] Matric. from BaUiol College, 
Oxford, Apr. 24, 1816, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1820; M.A. 
(Oxford) 1825. Ord. deacon, 1823; priest, 1823. R. of 
Addington, Kent, 1834-69. Died Aug. 14, 1869. {Rugby 
Sch. Reg.; Al. Oxon.; Cant. Act Book; Crockford.) 

PAULSON, JOHN DICKINSON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 5, 1899. S. of Samuel, farmer and market-gardener, 
formerly master blacksmith, of Gosberton, Lines, (and Sarah 
Ann Ormond). B. there, Jan. 8, 1866. School, Gosberton 
Hall (Mr C. Boyer). Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902. 
Assistant Master at Gosberton Hall School for three years; 
at Turton Hall College lor seven years; at Spalding Grammar 
School for one year; at Woodhouse Grove School, Apperley 
Bridge, 1903-33-. (Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

PAULSON, JOHN HARVEY. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 1877. 
Migrated to Clare, May 3, 1878. 

PAULTON, JAMES MELLOR. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity 
Hall, June 20, 1876. [Only] s. of A[braham] W[alter], Esq. 
[the first editor of the Manchester Examiner], deceased, of 
Boughton Hall, Woking, Surrey. [B. 1857.] School, private. 
Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. 1880. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Nov. 9, 1878. War Correspondent for the Manchester 
Examiner in the Sudan campaign; present at Battle of 
El Teb, 1884. Private Secretary to James Bryce and Hugh 
Childers (Home Dept.), 1886, and Assistant Private Secretary 
to H. H. Asquith (Home Dept.), 1893-5. M.P. for Bishop 
Auckland, Durham, 1885-1910. Assistant Paymaster- 
General, Supreme Court, i909-2r. Of 25, Motcombe Street, 
London, S.W. Died Dec. 6, 1923. (Inns of Court; Who was 
Who.) 

PAVIN, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 10, 1819. 
Did not reside. [S. of John. B. Apr. i, 1802, at Bombay. 
School, Bury St Edmunds.] A Bombay Cadet, 1821 ; Ensign, 
May 29, 1822; Lieut., 8th N.I., 1824. Died Dec. 29, 1824 
at Ahmedabad. (V. C. P. Hodson.) 

PAWLE, CLEMENT DAWES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. 29, 
1893. S. of Frederick Charles [J. P.], of 'Northcote,' Reigate, 
Surrey (and Helen Mary, dau. of James Strachan, of 
Glasgow). B. [Feb. 12], 1872, at Reigate. School, Marl- 
borough College. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1901. 
Tutor to the King of Siam's sons, in Bangkok, 1898-9. 
H.M. Inspector of Schools, 1903. Died July 16, 193 1, at 
Wray House, Parkstone. (Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Fox- 
Davies, Armorial Families (for his parents).) 

PAWLE, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Oct. 14, 1836. S. of Lieut. — , R.N. B. at Falmouth. 

PAWSEY (post PASSY), FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, Apr. 14, 1802. S. of Joseph, Esq. Of Middlesex. 
School, Louth. Matric. Michs. 1802; Scholar, 1802; B.A. 
1806. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 20, 1807; priest, July 8, 
1810. V. of Wilshamstead, Beds., 1816-43. With his 
nephews, changed his name, by Royal Licence, to Passy, 
1842. Died Jan. 23, 1843. Brother of Joseph W. (1795); 
uncle of the next. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 417; Clergy List; 
G. Mag., 1843, I. 328, and 1842, 11. 310.) 

PAWSEY (post PASSY), FREDERIC CHARLES GEORGE. 
Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. 31, 1827. Of Leicestershire. 
Matric. Michs. 1827; B.A. 1831. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1834; 
pnest, 1835. C. of Stapleton, Leics., -1841-2. Changed his 
name, by Royal Licence, to Passy in 1842. V. of Wilsham- 
stead, Beds., 1843-71. Disappears from Crockford, 1872. 
(St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 417; G. Mag., 1842, 11. 310.) 

PAWSEY, JOSEPH WILTON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 28, 1795. S. of Joseph, gent. B. at Silsoe, Beds. School, 
Oakham. Matric. Michs. 1795; Scholar, 1795; B.A. 1799; 



Payn, David Elgar 

M.A. i802. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 22, 1799; priest. 
May 3, i8oi; C. of Syderstone, Norfolk, 1801-4. Domestic 
Chaplain to H.R.H. the Duke of York, 1806. R. of Leire, 
Leics., 1808-33. R. of Clowne (alias Heath), Derbs., 1822-33! 
Married, Apr. 25, 1805, Sophia, dau. of Charles Read, of 
Silsoe. Died Mar. 29, 1833, at Leire, Leics., aged 55. Brother 
of Frederick (1802). (Si John's Coll. Adm., iv. 418; Foster, 
Index Eccles.; G. Mag., 1833, i. 474.) 

PAWSON, ARNOLD. Adm. at Caius, 1886. S. of Henry, of 
Fairfield, Sharrow, near Sheffield. B. July 12, 1866, at 
Sheffield. School, Sheffield Collegiate. Matric. Michs. 1886; 
B.A. 1889; M.A. 1893. Ord. deacon (London) 1890; priest, 
1891; C. of St Luke's, Old Street, London, i89C>-3. C. of 
Brampton St Thomas, Derbs., 1893-6. C. of Dunham with 
Darlton, Notts., 1896-7. C. of Laneham, 1897-S. R. of 
Thorpe-by-Ashboume, Derbs., 1898-1907. V. of St James's, 
Scarborough, 1910-21. V. of Ecclesfield, Sheffield, 1921-36. 
Of Eastfield Park, Weston-super-Mare, in 1940. Died Dec. 25, 
1942. Brother of Francis W. (1880). (Venn, n. 484; Crock- 
ford; The Times, Dec. 29, 1942.) 

PAWSON, FRANCIS WILLIAM. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1880. 
S. of Henry, of Sharrow, Sheffield. B. there, Apr. 6, 1861. 
School, Sheffield Collegiate. Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 1884; 
M.A. 1888. Football (assoc.) 'blue,' 1882-4; Capt. 1884. 
Played for England, 1883, 1885. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 
1886; priest, 1887; C. of St Mary's, Battersea, 1886-90. 
Warden of Caius House, Battersea Square, 1888-9. C. of 
Bexhill, Sussex, 1890-9. R. of St Thomas of Cant.-at-Cliffe, 
Lewes, 1900-3. V. of Ecclesfield, Sheffield, 1903-21. Rural 
Dean, 1914-21. Died July 4, 1921, at Sheffield. Brother of 
the above. (Venn, ir. 445; Book of Blues; Crockford; The 
Times, July 5, 1921.) 

PAWSON, GEORGE. Adm. pens, ('age 18') at Peterhouse, 
Oct. 27, 1762; re-adm. Fell. -Com. May 26, 1769. Of Lin- 
colnshire. [S. of the Rev. Wilham (1723). B. at Lincoln, 
1745-] School, Lincohi. Matric. Michs. 1763; Scholar, 1763; 
LL.B. 1769. R. of Toppesfield, Essex, 1772, and R. of 
Bradwell-next-the-Sea, from 1774. Father of the next and 
brother of Samuel (1756). (P. B. G. Binnall; T. A. Walker, 
323; Cant. Act Book; G. Mag., 1772, 247.) 

PAWSON, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Peterhouse, 
June 5, 1788. Of Essex. [S. of the Rev. George (above).] 
Matric. Michs. 1788; Scholar, 1788; B.A. 1792. Ord. deacon 
(London) Apr. 21, 1793; priest, Aug. 10, 1794. V. of Met- 
tingham, Suffolk, 1804-5. R. of Little Tey, Essex, 1805-53. 
Died Dec. 3, 1853, aged 83. (T. A. Walker, 357; Clergy 
List; G. Mag., 1854, i. 216.) 

PAWSON, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Sept. 8, 1835. 
Of Newcastle-on-Tyne. Matric. Michs. 1835. 

PAWSON, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Peterhouse, 
June 15, 1756. Of Lincolnshire. [S. of the Rev. William 
(1723).] Bapt. at St Margaret's, Lincoln, Nov. 1, 1738. 
School, 'pubUc' Scholar, 1757; matric. Michs. 1756; B..A. 
1760; M.A. 1763. Buried at St Margaret's, Lincoln, Mar. 3, 
1765. Brother of George (1762). (P. B. G. Binnall.) 

PAXTON, HARRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 15, 1779. 
Of Devon. [3rd s. of the Rev. WilUam (1742), of Baythorne 
Park, Essex. Probably the — Paxton who was adm. at 
Harrow, 1776.] Scholar, 1779; matric. Michs. 17S0; B.A. 
1783; M.A. 1788. Ord. deacon (Lincoln, Litt. dim. from 
Winchester) May 11, 1783; priest (Winchester) Sept. 21, 
1783; C. of Great Yeldham, Essex. C. of Mortlake, Surrev, 
1783-6. R. of Syderstone, Norfolk, 1791-1800. V. of Battis- 
ford, Sufiolk, 1789-1800. Mamed Sarah, dau. of William 
Irish, Esq., of The Hermitage and River Head estates, 
Montserrat. Of Baythorne and Great Yeldham, Essex. Died 
before 1805. -(St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 418; Burke, L.G. 
(sub Norman) ; Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

PAXTON, HARRY KENT. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Oct. 
1874. [S. of William, Esq., of Kensington. School, Rugby 
(aged 14 in 1870).] Matric. Michs. 1874. A stockbroker in 
London in 1886. Probably brother of the next. (Rugby Sch. 
Reg.) 

PAXTON, ROBERT CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Apr. 26, 1864. [Eldest] s. of William, of London. B. Oct. 19, 
1845, at Adelaide, Australia. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 
1864; B.A. 1868; M.A. 1871. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Jan. 9, 1867. Called to the Bar, Jan. 26, 1870; disbarred, at 
his own request, .■^pr. 19, 1872. Of London, in 1886. Probably 
brother of the above. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Inns of Court.) 

PAYN, DAVID ELGAR. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Oct. 14, 
1884. S. of James Jabez. B. [Oct. 23, 1865], at Bickley, 
Kent. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887. Second Lieut., 
Yorks. Light Infantry, 1889; Lieut., 1891; Capt., 1898; 
Adjutant of Volunteers, 1898; retired, 1904. Brother of the 
next. (Army Lists.) 



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PAYN, FREDERIC WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
July 23, i8qi. Migrated to Trinity HaU, Michs. 1891. 
[Yst.] s. of Tames Jabez, Esq., of 'OakdeU,' Bickley, Kent. 
Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894; LL.B. 1895; WheweU 
Scholar, 1897; LL.M. 1902. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 
Jan. 26, 1899. Died Mar. 1908, while travelling m the 
Caucasus. Brother of the above. {Law Lists; The Times, 
May I, 1908.) 
PAYN, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, June 27, 1849; 
from the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. S. of William 
[Clerk to the Thames Commissioners, and Treasurer lor 
Berks.], of Kidwells, Maidenhead, Berks. B. [Feb. 28, 1830], 
at Cheltenham. [School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1849; B.A. 
1853. President of the Union, 1852. Reader to Smith, Elder 
and Co., publishers, 1874. Contributor to Household W'ords. 
Editor of Chambers's Journal, 1859-74, and The Cornhill 
Magazine, 1883-96. Married, Feb. 28, 1854, Lomsa Adelaide 
Edlin. Author, Poems; Some Private Vieios; Gleams of 
Memory, etc. and of numerous novels. Much influenced by 
Dickens. Resided in Maida Vale, London. Died Mar. 25, 
1898. {Boase, vi. 368; D.N.B.; Who was Who.) 
PAYN, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Jan. 13, 1849. 
S. of John Breariev. B. in Birmingham. School, King 
Edward's, Birminghcun. Matric. Michs. 1849. 
PAYNE, ALFRED DALRYMPLE. Adm. pens, at Caius, Oct. 20, 
185 1. S. of Charles, of Bath. B. there [Sept. 11], 1833. 
School, King's College. Matric. Michs. 1852; B.A. 1856; 
M.A. i860. Adm. ad etindein at Oxford, i860. Assistant 
Master at Blackheath, 1857. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1858; 
priest, 1859; C. of Bergh-Apton, Norfolk, 1858-60. C. of 
Acton, Middlesex, 1861-2. C. of St Saviour's, Chelsea, 
1862-4. C. of Ickworth, Suffolk, 1871-5. C. of Walpole, 
1875-81. C. of St James, Garlickhithe, London, 1893-4. 
Died July 19, 1894, aged 60. {Venn, 11. 306; Al. Oxon.; 
Crockford; Univ. Almanack, 1895.) 
PAYNE, ARTHUR GAY. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Sept. 1, 
1861. S. of John Robert, Esq., of London. [B. Feb. 7, 1840, 
in Camberwell. School, University College.] Matric. Michs. 
1861; B.A. 1866. Sporting Editor of The Standard, 1871-83, 
and Assistant Editor of Land and Water, until 1883. Con- 
tributed to Bell's Life in London and The Girls' Own Paper. 
Edited Matthew Webb's Art of Swimming, W. Cook's 
Billiards, and Cassell's Dictionary of Cookery. Author, 
Common Sense Cooking; CasseU's Popular Cookery; etc. His 
brother John O. (1856) said 'Bossard, the College cook, 
I think, started him in his culinary tastes, so that among 
other things, he was afterwards, I believe, the Editor of 
Cassell's Diaionary of Cookery.' Died Apr. i, 1894, at Bay 
View Terrace, Penzance. {Boase, 11. 1402; T. A. Walker, 
519O 
PAYNE, CHARLES GILLIES. M.A. 1825, incorp. from Oxford. 
[Eldest s. of Sir Peter {soi-disant 3rd Bart.), of Stourton 
Castle, Staffs, (and Ehzabeth Sarah, only dau. of Samuel 
Steward, of Stourton Castle).] B. 1793- School, Charter- 
house (1806-9). Matric. from Merton College, Oxford, 
Dec. 13, 1812, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1815; M.A. (Oxford) 
1818. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 3, 1817. Called to 
the Bar, June 13, 1823. Succeeded as 4th Bart., 1843. 
Resided for a time in St Christopher's, W. Indies, where his 
father possessed estates. Member of the Privy and the 
Legislative Councils there, 1833. Of Blunham House, near 
Bedford. High Sheriff of Beds., 1851-2. Married, c. 1829, 
Mary Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. Thelwall Salusbury, R. of 
Graveley, Herts., and had issue. Died May 21, 1870. (G.E.C., 
which gives 'died April 21'; List of Carthusians; Al. Oxon.; 
Inns of Court; Law Lists.) 
PAYNE, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. pens, at. Trinity Hall, 
Nov. 12, 181 2; from Pembroke College, Oxford, whence he 
had matric. Dec. 13, 1809. S. of 'J. {sic), Esq., of Alphile 
House,' near Axbridge, Somerset. [S. of Simon, of Uphill 
House. B. 1791, at Axbridge.] Matric. Michs. 1812. Adm. 
at the Middle Temple, July 23, 1813. Called to the Bar, 
Nov. 27, 1818. On the Western Circuit. A Commissioner of 
bankruptcy, 1831. Died Aug. 31, 1863, at Wimbledon. 
(Boase, vi. 369; Al. Oxon.; Law Lists; Inns of Court.) 
PAYNE, CHARLES RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
June 24, 1846. [Yst. s. of the Rev. Edward Rene (i797), 
R. of Hepworth, Suffolk. B. Dec. 20, 1827. School, Win- 
chester.] Matric. Michs. 1846; B.A. 1850. Ord. deacon, 
1851; priest, 1852. C. of Stanton, Suffolk, 1855-9. Died 
Jan. 31, 1859, at Abu Simbel, on the NUe. {Winchester Coll. 
Reg.; G. Mag., 1859, t. 437.) 
PAYNE, COVENTRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, July i, 
1812. [2nd] s. of Sir John (1773). Bart., of Tempsford, Beds, 
(and Marv, dau. of Sir Philip Moroux, 5th Bart.). [B. i794- 
School, Charterhouse (1806-11).] Matric. Michs. 1812; 
LL.B. 1830. Ord. priest (Gloucester) Mar. 27, 1820. V. of 



Payne, George 

Hatfield Peverel, Essex, 1823-49, and V. of Mundon, 1830-49. 
Succeeded his brother. Sir Charles, in the Baronetcy, 1841. 
[G. Mag. records that ' the Baronetcy is one which had not 
been admitted and we are unaware from what descent 
Sir Coventry's claim to it was founded.'] Married, 1820, 
Henrietta, 3rd dau. of Peter Wright, of Hatfield Priory, 
Essex, and had issue. Died Nov. 28, 1849, at Hatfield 
Peverel. Grandfather of PhUipM.( 1877). {List of Carthusians; 
Cant. Ad Book; G.E.C.; Clergy Lists; G. Mag., 1850, i. 220.) 
PAYNE, EDWARD GARRICK. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Apr. I, 1800. S. of John G., of East Bamet, Herts. School, 
Walthamstow (the Rev. William Sparrow). Died Nov. 2, 
1800. 
PAYNE, EDWARD OWEN. Adm . pens, at St John's, June 7, 
1833. Of Kent. [Eldest s. of Capt. Charles Fredenc, R.N.] 
Matric. Michs. 1833. Died Feb. 14, 1843, at Dorchester, 
aged 29. (G. Mag., 1843, i. 443-) 
PAYNE, EDWARD RENfe. Adm. pens, at Queens', July 5, 
1797. Of Middlesex. [Eldest s. of Edward, of Knighton 
House, near Chichester (and Maria Baker). B. Mar. 3, 1778. 
School, Eton.] Migrated to King's, Aug. 5. 1797- Matric. 
Michs. 1798; B.A. 1802; M.A. 1805. Fellow of King's, 
1800-19; Vice-Provost, 1817-19. Senior Proctor, 1817. Ord. 
priest (Norwich) Dec. 19, 1802. C. of Hardwicke and Kingston, 
Cambs., 1814. R. of Hepworth, Suffolk, 1819-50. Married, 
Jan. 1822, Frances, dau. of George Boldero, of Ixworth, 
Suffolk. Died Dec. 21, 1850, at Hepworth. Father of 
Charles R. (1846). (Eton Coll. Reg.; G. Mag., 1851, i. 2126.) 
PAYNE, ERNEST. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 22, 1879. 
[Eldest] s. of William, of 'Hatchlands,' Cuckfieid, Sussex 
[and of Lincoln's Inn, barrister-at-law]. B. [Nov. 9], 1859, 
at Forest Hill, Kent. School, Brighton (private). Matric. 
Michs. 1879; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1889. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
Jan. II, 1881. Assistant Engineer at the Electrical En- 
gineering College, Glasgow. Installed electric light in Queen's 
Hall, London, and other public buildings. Later held an 
appointment in Berlin. When Rontgen discovered the 
X-rays Payne obtained an X-ray tube and started work 
with it at once. The first appointment in radiology in England 
was given to him in Feb. 1897, when he was made Hon. 
Radiographer of the Alexandra Children's Hospital. Helped 
to found the X-Rav Society, and on its Council for many 
years. Assistant Editor of the X-ray Journal. Hon. Radio- 
grapher to the Sussex County Hospital, the Women's 
Hospital in Brighton and other smaller hospitals. His health 
became badly affected and his hands suffered from X-ray 
dermatitis. His left arm was amputated in an effort to save 
his Ufe, tut it proved useless, and he died a martyr to his 
work, Sept. 20, 1936, aged 76; buried at Cuckfieid. Many of 
his early electrical inventions are exhibited in the South 
Kensington Museum. (Inns of Court; The Times, Sept. 21, 
1936.) 
PAYNE, FRANK REGINALD. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. I, 1899. S. of John, Esq., of Sevenoaks. B. Nov. 16, 
1881. School, Seafield Park, Crofton, Hants. Matric. Michs. 
1899; B.A. 1902. In business. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Lieut., R.A.S.C; mentioned in despatches). 
Brother of John E. (1895). {T. A. Walker, 645; Univ. War 
List.) 
PAYNE, FREDERIC TAYLOR. Adm. a scholar at Downing, 
June 30, 1864. [Only] s. of Frederick, late of Llandudno, 
Wesleyan Methodist Minister. Matric. Michs. 1864. Migrated 
(age 21) to Trinity Hall, Dec. 26, 1864; exhibitioner; Scholar, 
1866 (Law Tripos, ist Class, 1867); LL.B. 1868. Adm. at 
the middle Temple, Jan. 27, 1865. Called to the Bar, Apr. 30, 
1869. On the Northern Circuit. Of 7, King's Bench Walk, 
Temple. Not in Law List, 1880. (Inns of Court.) 
PAYNE, FREDERICK WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity Hall, Aug. 24, 1877. [Eldest] s. of Frederick, Esq., 
of Wixoe, Halstead, Essex. [B. Feb. 3, 1859.] School, Bury 
St Edmunds. Matric. Michs. 1877; LL.B. 1881; LL.M. 1884. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Mar. 25, 1879- Called to the Bar, 
Jan. 26, 1883. (Law Lists, until 1940, vrithout address; 
Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar.) 
PAYNE, FREDERICK WILLIAM. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1879. Elder, s. of Thomas B[udds], Esq., of Maritime, 
South Yarra, Melbourne, Australia. [B. i86i. School, City 
of London.] Matric. Michs. 1879; Scholar, 1879; B.A. and 
LL.B. 1883. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 8, 1880. Called 
to the Bar, Jan. 26, 1883. Equity Draftsman and Con- 
veyancer. Assistant Master at the City of London School, 
1876-85-. (Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the 
Bar.) 
PAYNE, GEORGE. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 19) at Trinity, 
May 10, 1799. S. of Reni, of London [banker, of Sulby HaU, 
Northants.]. School, Walthamstow, Essex. Of Sulby Hall. 
Married Mary Eleanor, dau. of Ralph W. Grey, of Backworth 
House, Cumberland. Died in 1810. Father of William R. 
(1824). (Burke, L.G.) 

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PAYNE, GEORGE CHARLES. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 1894. 
S. of George, of the Police Station, Commercial Street, 
London. Migrated to Emmanuel, Oct. 5, 1895; B.A. 1897; 
M.A. 1902. 

PAYNE, HENRY ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 15, 
1891. S. of Robert, of Welshmill House, Frome, Somerset. 
B. [Jan. 23], 1873, at Frome. School, Winchester. Matric. 
Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894. Adm. Sohcitor, 1897. Called to the 
Bar, Inner Temple, May 13, 1908. Entered the Board of 
Trade, 1904; Controller of Companies Dept., 1913-19; 
Second Secretary, 1919-29. Adviser to the Dept. of Com- 
merce, Cairo, 1929-31. C.B., 1918; K.B.E., 1925. Died 
Sept. 30, 1931, at Hayes, Kent; buried there. (Winchester 
Coll. Reg.; Law Lists; Who was Who; The Times, Oct. 2, 1931.) 

PAYNE, HENRY CARL FRANCIS BOGHURST. Matric. Non- 
Coil., Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901; LL.B. 1904. Of Southampton 
in 1906. 

PAYNE, HUBERT ST JOHN. Adm. (age 26) at Pembroke, 
Oct. I, 1890. 6th s. of Salusbury GilUes (Brasenose College, 
Oxford, 1848), J. P., of Blunham, Beds. B. at Shambrook, 
Beds. Matric. Michs. 1S90; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1897. Ord. 
deacon (London) 1894; priest, 1895; C. of Christ Church, 
Southgate, 1894-9. C. of St Stephen's, Poplar, 1899-1903. 
Lie. Pr., dio. of British Columbia, 1903-6. R. of St Paul's, 
Esquimalt, B.C., 190&-8. V. of Over Peover, Cheshire, 
1910-12. Assistant Priest at Gulf Island, B.C., 1912-33; 
P.-in-charge of Colwocd with Langford, 1932-3; Lie. to off., 
dio. of British Columbia, 1933-6. C. of St Mary's, Oak Bay, 
1936-40. Of Sidney, British Columbia, in 1951. (Crockford.) 

PAYNE, JAMES HUMPHREY ALLEN. Matric. Non-Coil., 
Michs. 1895. S. of Dr — , of Furthoe House, Stony Stratford. 
[B. June 10, 1873.] Migrated to Trinity Hall, 1896; B.A. 
1898; M.A. 1904. Second Lieut., Shropshire Light Infantry, 
1900; retired, 1903. Subsequently a teacher in Johannesburg. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut., S. African Force) ; 
died of malaria, July 29, 1917. (Army Lists; Univ. War 
List.) 

PAYNE, JOHN. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St John's, Dec. 24, 1773. 
Of Bedfordshire. [Natural s. of Sir Gillies (2nd) Bart., of 
Tempsford; who had twelve children (bom between 1754 
and 1768) by Maria KeeUng whom he married Apr. 25, 1761.] 
Claimed to succeed as 3rd Bart, on his father's death in 
1801 ; his rights were afterwards disputed by his younger 
brother, Peter (1779). and the Lord Chancellor in 1829 
directed an issue to be tried as to the legitimacy of both 
John and Peter. This was not done. John held the Baronetcy 
until his death. Lieut.-Col. of the Bedford Mihtia. Married 
(1) 1788, Miss — CampbeU, of Blunham; (2) Mary, dau. of 
Sir Phihp Monoux, Bart., of Wootton House and Sandy 
Place, Beds., and had issue. Died Apr. 25, 1803. Father of 
Coventry (1812). (St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 418; G.E.C.) 

PAYNE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, June 21, 1793. 

PAYNE, JOHN BRUCE. Adm. at Corpus Christi, Sept. 30, 
1876. Of Canterbury. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Canon David 
Bruce, D.D. (Durham University), of Deal, Kent. B. 
Sept. 29, 1857, at Upper Walmer. Schools [King's School, 
Canterbury, and] Rossall. Matric. Michs. 1876. Migrated to 
Caius, Oct. r, 1877. Tancred Student; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1883. 
Assistant Master at Ascham School, Bournemouth. Head 
Master of St Aubyn's School, Lowestoft (for two years) ; of 
Bishop's Stortford School, 1904-28. Died Feb. 4, 1928. 
Step-brother of Orlebar D. (1895). (Venn, 11. 430; School- 
masters' Directories; Who was Who; Th£ Times, Feb. 7, 1928.) 

PAYNE, JOHN BURNELL. Adm. sizar at Trinity, June 18, 
i86o; from University College, London [B.A. 1858]. S. of 
Joseph (1833). B. Oct. 24, 1838, in Camberwell, London. 
Matric. Michs. i860. Migrated to Downing, June 16, 1862- 
B.A. (Moral Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1864; M.A. 1868. Ord. 
deacon (Oxford) 1865. Assistant Master at Wellington 
CoUege, 1864-7. C. of Christ Church, St Marylebone, London, 
1867-9. Contributor to the Pall Mall Gazette, Vanity Fair 
and Macmillan's Magazine. A friend of George EUot and 
G. H. Lewes. Died of enteric fever, Aug. 27, 1869, at his 
parents' house, Kildare Gardens, London. (Mrs Murphy, 
daughtei; Crockford.) 

PAYNE, JOHN ERNEST. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, July 15, 
1895. S. of John, Esq., of Sydenham, London, S.E. B. 
July 24, 1877, in London. School, New College, Eastbourne. 
Matnc. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898; M.A. 1902; B.Chir. 1903; 
M.B. 1904. Rowing 'blue,' 1899, 1900. At St Bartholomew's 
Hospital; House Physician there. F.R.C.S., 1908. Clinical 



Payne, Otto Vaughan 

Assistant, East London Hospital for Children; Senior 
Resident Medical Officer, Royal Free Hospital. Practised at 
Torquay and at Eastbourne. Subsequently Medical Officer 
at Radley College. Of Langton, Kent in 195 1. Brother of 
Frank R. (1899). (Book 0/ Blues; Univ. War List; Medical 
Directories.) 

PAYNE, JOHN HENRY. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 10, 1877. 
S. of John Brown, attomey-at-law (and Fanny Maria). 
B. Mar. 19, 1858, at Broughton, Lanes. Matric. Michs. 1877; 
B.A. 1881. Football (rugby) 'blue,' 1879. Played for 
England, 1882, 1883, 1885. Adm. Sohcitor, Apr. 1884; 
practised at Manchester (Messrs Galloway and Payne). Died 
Jan. 24, 1942. (Book of Blues; Law Lists.) 

PAYNE, JOHN HERVEY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, July 7, 

1835. S. of John Hervey, Esq., of Bury St Edmunds. B. 
there. School, Bury St Edmunds. Matric. Michs. 1835; B.A. 
1839. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Jan. 5, 1840; priest, Jan. 10, 
1841. V. of EarLham St Mary with Bowthorpe, Norfolk, 
1849-85. C. of CoUiey, 1850-65; R. there, 1866-85. Died 
May 27, 1885, aged 69. (Venn, 11. 233; Crockford; The 
Guardian, June 3, 1885.) 

PAYNE, JOHN ORLEBAR. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
May 10, 1856. S. of John Robert, of London. B. Aug. 16, 

1836, at Camberwell. Schools, Wimbledon, and University 
College, London. Matric. Michs. 1856; B.A. i860; M.A. 1863. 
Adm. com. causa at Oxford, 1863. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 
i860; C. of Linslade, Bucks., 1860-1. Seceded to the Church 
of Rome, 1866. Member of the Council of the CathoUc 
record society. Married, Feb. 4, 1864, Alice Ann, dau. of 
the Rev. Joseph Stevenson, V. of Leighton Buzzard. Author, 
The English Catholic Non-jurors of 1715; Records of the 
English Catholics of 1715; Old English Catholic Missions; 
Collections for a History of the Family of Malthus; St Paul's 
Cathedral in the Time of Edward VI. Resided at Highgate. 
Died Oct. lo, 1911. Brother of Arthur G. (i86i). (Al. Oxon.i 
T. A. Walker, 511; Scott, MSS.) 

PAYNE, JONATHAN. Adm. sizar (age 22) at Trinity, Jan. 7, 
1797. S. of William, of London. School, Dewsbury, Yorks. 
Matric. Michs. 1797; B.A. 1801. 

PAYNE, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 5, 1833. Of 
Camberwell. B. at Bury St Edmunds, Mar. 2, 1808. Educated 
privately. Did not reside'. Assistant Master at a school in the 
New KenfRoad, London, 1828. With a Mr Fletcher, kept a large 
school at Denmark Hill, 1828-45, and kept the Mansion House 
School, Leatherhead, 1845-63. Became a fervent advocate 
of the principles of education advanced by the French 
reformer, Jacotot, of whom he always spoke as 'my master.' 
Chairman, Central Committee of the Women's Education 
Union, 1871-5. Professor of Education at the College of 
Preceptors, London, 1872-6. Married, 1837, Miss Dyer, 
' the head of a girls' school of high repute which she continued 
to carry on for some time.' Author, A Compendious Exposi- 
tion of Professor Jacotot's System of Education (1838); Select 
Poetry for Children; Studies in English Poetry; Studies in 
English Prose; A Visit to German Schools; etc. The Works of 
Joseph Payne were edited by his son, Dr J. F. PajTie, in 1883. 
Died Apr. 30, 1876, at 4, Kildare Gardens, Bayswater. 
Fatherof JohnB. (i860). (Boase, 11. 1405 ; Educational Times, 
June 1, 1876; D.N.B.) 

PAYNE (or BRUCE-PAYNE), ORLEBAR DAVID. Adm. at 
Caius, Oct. i, 1895. S. of the Rev. D[avid], (University College, 
Durham, 1848), of Deal Kent (and EUzabeth Woodfull 
Davy). B. there, Oct. 6, 1875. School, St Aubyn's, Lowestoft 
(Mr J. Bruce Payne). Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898; M.A. 
1902. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1899; priest, 1900. Assistant 
Master at St Aubyn's School, Lowestoft, in 1903. C. of 
Walmer, Kent, 1903-6. C. of Deal, 1906-12. V. of St Mary 
and St Clement's, Sandwich, 1912-22. Died July 20, 1922, 
at Hounslow Hospital, after being run down by a lorry. 
Step-brother of John B. (1877). (Venn, 11. 542; School- 
masters' Directories; The Times, July 24, 1922.) 

PAYNE, OTTO VAUGHAN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 8, 
1897. S. of William George, medical-practitioner [died 
Aug. 2, 1880] (and Caroline James). B. Mar. 16, 1879, at 
Wynberg, Cape Colony. Schools, Fowey Grammar (Mr A. N. 
Deakin) and Exeter Grammau: (Mr W. A. Cunningham). 
Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900; B.Chir. 1905; M.B. 1907. 
Football (rugby) 'blue,' igoo. At Guy's Hospital; Assistant 
House Surgeon and House Physician there. Practised at 
Alton, Hants.; Surgeon, Alton Hospital. Died at Alton, 
Feb. 5, 1948. (Book of Blues; Medical Directories; The Times, 
Feb. 7, 1948.) 



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PAYNE, PETER. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 29, i779; 
Fell. -Com. 1780. Of Bedfordshire. [3rd natural s. (ist 
legitimate) of Sir Gillies, 2nd Bart., of Tempsford. B. Feb.; 
bapt. Mar. 17, 1762. School, Hackney.] Matric. Easter, 
1783; B.A. 1784; M.A. 1787. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Dec. 16, 1779. Declared by a decree of a Master in Chancery 
to be the eldest son of Sir Gillies bom in wedlock and 
accordingly assumed the title on his father's death, but the 
Lord Chancellor reversed this in Jan. 1829 and an issue was 
directed to be tried, which was never done. Refused to register 
himself as a Bart. M.P. for Bedfordshire, 1831-2. Married, 
July 1789, Ehzabeth Sarah, dau. of Samuel Steward, of 
Stourton Castle, and had issue. Author of Whig pamphlets. 
Died Jan. 23, 1843, at Blunham House, Beds. Brother of 
John (1773). (W. R.Williams, M.S.; Rdurnof M.P.s; D.N.B.) 

PAYNE, PHILIP MONOUX. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Magdalene, 
July 4, 1877. [Only] s. of Coventry (who claimed to be 
6th Bart.), deceased, of Wootton House, Beds., and grandson 
of Coventry (1812) (and his cousin Harriet, dau. of John 
Wright, Esq.). B. 1858. Succeeded his father as 7th Bart., 
1874. Of Wootton House, Beds. Lord of the Manors of 
Sandy and Wootton. Married, July 20, 1880, Winifred, only 
dau. of Richard Vigors Doyne, barrister, of Stratton Street, 
London, and had issue. (Walford, County Families; G.E.C; 
Who's Who.) 

PAYNE, ROGER. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 1896. S. of Charles, 
of Long Melford, Suffolk, deceased. B. [Jan. 27, 1874], at 
Aldershot. School, Rochester mathematical. Matric. Michs. 
i8g6; B.A. 1899; LL.B. 1900. On the staff of the S. Indian 
Railway in 1912. (Venn, u. 549.) 

PAYNE, The Rev. SAMUEL. B.A. 1768, incorp. from Oxford; M.A. 
Peterhouse, 1768. [S. of WiUiam, of Totnes, Devon, gent.] 
Matric. from BaUiol College, Oxford, May 19, 1743, age 18; 
B.A. (Oxford) 1746-7. Chaplain to the Earl of Guildford. 
Perhaps R. of Broadway, Dorset, 1768, and held other 
Dorset benefices, but see Samuel (1734-5) and also the next, 
with whom there is much confusion. (T. A. Walker, 329.) 

PAYNE, The Rev. SAMUEL. B.A. 1770, incorp. from Oxford; 
M.A. 1770. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Apr. 4, 1770. [S. of the 
Rev. Samuel (? 1734-5), of Evershot, Dorset.] Matric. from 
Corpus Christi College, Oxford, May 4, 1757, age 18; B.A. 
(Trinity College, Oxford) 1761. Probably V. of Winterboume 
St Martin and R. of Chickerell, Dorset, 1770; R. of Wey- 
mouth and Portland, with Wyke Regis, 1792-1801. Died 
Dec. 6, 1801, at Weymouth. See also the above and Samuel 
(1734-5) with both of whom there is much confusion. (Al. 
Oxon.; G. Mag., 11. 1214.) 

PAYNE, WALTER CECIL. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. 10, 1882. 
S. of James, Lieut. -Colonel (23rd (Surrey) Regt.), of 
Sydenham. B. June 20, 1864. School, Dulwich College. 
Matric. Michs. 1882. Migrated to Peterhouse, Jan. 8, 1883. 
An accountant. Went to Malaya, 1903; with Messrs Payne 
and Stirling, accountants and auditors, Ipoh, F.M. States. 
Latterly of Ospringe, Faversham, Kent. Died Feb. 23, 1935. 
(Dulwich Coll. Reg.; T. A. Walker, 570; The Times, Feb. 27, 
1935.) 

PAYNE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Mar. 8, 
1847. S. of William. Of Reading. Matric. Michs. 1847; 
B.A. 1851; M.A. 1854. Adm. ad emidem at Oxford, 1857. 
Ord. deacon (Ely) 1851; priest, 1852; C. of St Andrew-the- 
Great, Cambridge. 1851-4. V. of St John's wdth St Stephen's 
Chapel, Reading, 1857-92. Hon. Canon of Oxford. Died 
Apr. I, 1892. (Al. Oxon.; Univ. Almanack.) 

PAYNE, WILLIAM HENRY CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, at 
Peterhouse, Oct. 1, 1880. Eldest s. of William Henry, Esq. 
[sm-geon], of London. B. Nov. 26, 1858. School, Blackheath 
proprietary. Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 1884. Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, June 27, 1879. Called to the Bar, Jan. 26, 
1885. Special Pleader. On the South-Eastem Circuit ; Essex 
and Herts. Sessions. Died Sept. 22, 1904; then of Victoria 
Square, Belgravia. (T. A. Walker, 560; Law Lists; Inns of 
Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, Sept. 26, 1904.) 

PAYNE, WILLIAM JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Mar. 26, 1846. Of Somerset. Matric. Michs. 1846; B.A. 1850; 
M.A. 1853. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 1850; priest, 1851; 
C. of St Andrew's, Manchester, 1850. C. of Thomham, Lanes., 
1850-3. C. of Geddington, Northants., 1853-7. C. of St 
Anne's, Brighton, 1863-76. C. of S. Elmham, Suffolk, 1876-8. 
C. of Tendring, Essex, 1878-82. C. of Toppesfield, 1882-4. 
Of Toppesfield Hall, Halstead, Essex. Died Feb. 16, 1886, 
at Sible Hedingham, aged 61. (Scott, MSS.; Crockford; 
The Guardian, Feb. 24, 1886.) 

PAYNE, WILLIAM MAYNARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 3, 1890. S. of William Maynard, West Indian planter 
[died in July, 1881] (and Florence King). B. Dec. 23, 1871, 



Paynter, Samuel 

in the Barbados. School, Harrison College, Barbaifos (Mr H. 
Deighton). Matric. Michs. i8go; B.A. 1893. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple. Called to the Bar, Nov. 19, 1894. Of British 
Guiana in 1910. (Law Lists.) 

PAYNE, WILLIAM RALPH. Adm. pefts. (age 18) at Trinity, 
Sept. 6, 1824. S. of George (1799). B. at Sulby Hall, Northants. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1825; B.A. 1832; M.A. 1837. 

PAYNE, WILLIAM ROLLETT. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Mar. 13, 1818. Of Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1818; B.A. 1822; 
M.A. 1835. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 23, 1821; priest 
(Gloucester, Litt. dim. from London) Feb. 24, 1822. Chaplain, 
R.N., 1822-46. Chaplain to the Royal Naval Hospital, 
Plymouth, 1846-66. Married, 1824, Mary, dau. of John 
WiUiams, of Southsea. Latterly of Hackney, London. 
Author, A Thanksgiving Sermon after the Cholera, 1832. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1879. (Clerical Remembrancer, 
VI. 756.) 

PAYNE-GALLWEY, FRANK PAYNE (1879), see GALLWEY. 

PAYNTER, CAMBORNE HAWEIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 10, 1882. [Eldest s. of Reginald Hearle, of Boskenna, 
Cornwall (and Mary Davies, dau. of the Rev. John Ohver 
Willyams Haweis, R. of Slaugham, Sussex). B. Jan. 25, 
1864. School, Charterhouse.] Did not reside. Lieut., 21st 
Hussars, 1884; transferred to 5th Dragoon Guards, 1884; 
Capt., 1889-90; transferred to 6th Dragoons, 1890; Major, 
1899-1901; retired, 1901. Served in the S. African War, 
1901-2. Hon. Lieut. -Col., Royal Monmouthshire Engineers' 
Militia, 1904-8. Of Boskenna, St Buryan, Cornwall, in 1947. 
Major and Hon. Lieut. -Col., Cornwall R.E., 1909-14. J. P. 
for Cornwall, 1905; High Sheriff, 1929. Died Jan. 11, 1949. 
(Charterhouse Reg.; Boase, Collect. Cornub., 673; Army Lists; 
Burke, L.G.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Walford, 
County Families ; Who's Who.) 

PAYNTER, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. pens, at Jesus, May 23, 
1808. [3rd] s. of Francis, Esq., of [Trekenning, St Columb,] 
Cornwall (and Margaret, dau. of John Pender, of Penzance). 
[B. Jan. 20, 1790, at Trekenning.] Matric. Lent, 1809; 
Scholar, 1809; B.A. 1812. P.C. of Lower St Columb and 
Crantoc, Cornwall, 1817-38. Married, Sept. 19, 1818, Fanny, 
dau. of John Peter, M.D., of St Columb, and had issue. Died 
Dec. 31, 1838, in Jersey. (Boase, Collect. Cornub., 674; 
Clerical Guide; Burke, L.G.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Fa?nilies; 
G. Mag., 1839, I. 439.) 

PAYNTER, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, July 8, 
1854. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Samuel (1819), of Stoke, 
Guildford, Surrey (by his cousin, Eliza, dau. of Samuel 
Paynter). B. there [Jan. 24, 1836]. School, Surrey (private). 
Matric. Michs. 1855; B.A. 1859; M.A. 1862. Ord. deacon 
(Winchester) i860; priest, i86i; C. of Famham, Surrey, 
1860-2. R. of Stoke-next-Guildford, 1862-96. Married, 
Sept. 29, 1864, JuUa Mary Ann, dau. of Major William 
Porter, J. P., D.L., of Hembury Fort, Devon, and had issue. 
Resided latterly at Guildford, where he died Jan. 13, igo8. 
Father of the next and of Walter A. (1890). (Boase, Collect. 
Cornub., 679; Crockford; Burke, L.G.; A. P. Burke, Family 
Records; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The Times, Jan. 15, 
1908.) 

PAYNTER, FRANCIS SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Jan. 15, 1886. Of Surrey. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Francis 
(above). B. [Mar. 18, 1866], at Guildford. School, Matfield 
Grange, Kent. Matric. Lent, 1886. Migrated to Christ's, 
Apr. 4, 1889; B.A. 1891 ; M.A. 1895. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 
1891; priest, 1892; C. of St Mary's, Leamington, 1891-3. 
C. of Dittisham, Devon, 1893-4. V. of Spondon, Derbs., 
1894-7. R. of Springfield, Essex, 1897-1929- Rural Dean 
of Chehnsford, 1917-35. Hon. Canon of Chelmsford, 1922-40. 
Of The Croft, Trumpington Road, Cambridge, in 1952. 
Brother of Walter A. (1890). (Crockford; A. P. Burke, 
Family Records.) 

PAYNTER, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, 
Jan. 4, 1819. [2nd] s. of Francis, of Camberwell, Surrey. 
B. in London. School, Dunham, Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 
1819. Migrated to Trinity, Mar. 7, 1821; B.A. 1823; M.A. 
1827. Admitted at Lincoln's Inn, July 24, 1823. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln, Litt. dim. from Gloucester) June 28, 1824; 
priest (Gloucester) June 12, 1825; C. of Rangeworthy, 
Gloucs., 1824. C. of Thombury, 1825. R. of Hatford, Berks., 
1825. R. of Stoke-next-Guildford, Surrey, 1831-58. Chaplain 
to the Marquess of Ailsa. Married, Oct. 18, 1826, his cousin 
Ehza, only dau. of Samuel Paynter, of Richmond, Surrey. 
Resident at Nice in 1884. Died Jan. 22, 1893, aged 91, in 
London. Father of Francis (1854). (Boase, Collect. Cornub., 
679; A. P. Burke, Family Records; Burke, L.G.; Crockford; 
Hockaday MSS.; The Guardian, Feb. i, 1893.) 



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PAYNTER, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age i8) at Trinity, Apr. 3, 
1844. [Eldest] s. of William (1816) [of Camborne House, 
Richmond, Surrey, and 21, Belgrave Square] (and Anne 
Berdmore, dau. of Thomas Best, of Fenton Culvert and 
Fenton Springs, Stafis.). B. [Jan. 9, 1826], in London. 
Snhoo!, Middlesex (private). Matric. Michs. 1844. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Mar. 9, 1848. Of Camborne House and 
21, Belgrave Square. Died Oct. 1889. (Boase, Collect. 
Cornub., 680; Burke, L.G.; Inns of Court.) 

PAYNTER, THOMAS [CAMBORNE]. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Trinity, July 4, 1811. [2nd] s. of James (and Elizabeth, 
dau. of James Wethered). B. [July 24, 1794], at Boskenna 
House, Cornwall. School [Blundell's], Tiverton, Devon. 
Matric. Lent, 1812; Scholar, 1815; B.A. 1816; M.A. 1824. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 23, 1817. Called to the Bar, 
Nov. 23, 1824. Revising barrister for Norfolk and Suffolk, 
1833. Recorder of Falmouth, Helston and Penzance, 
1838-41. Police Magistrate at Kensington and Wandsworth, 
1841-55; at Westminster, 1855-63. One of the founders of 
the Redhill reformation school. Married, Oct. 21, 1828, 
Anne, only dau. of Aaron Moody, of Kingsdon, Somerset, 
and had issue. Author, 7 he Practice at Elections, Instructions 
for Sheriffs and other Returning Officers. Died Apr. 20, 1863, 
at 53, Thurioe Square, London. Grandfather of Camborne 
H. (1882). {Blundell's Sch. Reg.; Boase, 11. 1408; Boase, 
Collect. Cornub., 673 and Biblio. Cornub., 434 and 1304; 
Law Lists; Inns of Court; Burke, L.G.; G. Mag., 1863, i. 
674.) 
PAYNTER, WALTER ABBOTT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Feb. 20, 1800. [2nd] s. of the Rev. Francis (1854), R. of 
Stoke-by-Guildford. B. there [June 25, 1871]. School, 
South-Eastem, Ramsgate. Migrated to Christ's, July 12, 
1890. Matric. Lent, 1891; B.A. 1893; M.A. 1897. Called to 
the Bar, Inner Temple, Jan. 27, 1902. Equity Draftsman and 
Conveyancer. On the Surrey and S. London Sessions. Of 
Silvermead, Staines, J. P. Church Army voluntary worker 
controlled the Church Army's prisoners of war department 
Died May 18, 1917. Brother of Francis S. (1886). {St Law 
rence Coll. Reg.; Peile, ii. 759; Burke, L.G.; Law Lists 
The Times, May 21, 1917.) 

PAYNTER, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, 
Apr. 15, 18 16. [2nd] s. of Samuel [of Richmond, Surrey]. 

B. [Dec. 30, 1798], in London. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1816; B.A. 1820; M.A. 1823. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
Feb. 5, 1820. Called to the Bar, June 17, 1823. Of Camborne 
House, Richmond, Surrey. J. P. for Surrey; J. P. and D.L. 
for Middlesex. Married, Mar. 15, 1825, Anne Berdmore, 
dau. of Thomas Best, of Fenton, Staffs. Died Nov. 26, 1879, at 
St Leonard's-on-Sea. Father of Samuel (1844). (Harrow Sch. 
Reg.; Boase, Collect. Cornub., 680; Burke, L.G.; Law Lists; 
Inns of Court.) 

PAYSON, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 24, 1857. 
S. of John L., of Boston, Mass., America. B. there. May 3, 
1836. School, Herts, (private). Matric. Michs. 1857; B.A. 
1861. 

PAYTON, JAMES. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 11, 1862. 
S. of Edward, merchant (and Anne Pettipher). B. in Bir- 
mingham. Bapt. Sept. 16, 1844. Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 
i866; M.A. 1898. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1871; priest, 1872; 

C. of St Mary's, Kingswinford, 1871-3. Served as Naval 
Instructor in H.M.S. Doris (N. America and W. Indies), 
1866-9; Warrior, 1869-71; Chaplain and Naval Instructor 
in H.M.S. Pearl (AustraUa), 1873-7; Boscawen, 1877-80; 
Tourmaline, 1880-2; E. Indies, 1882-4. R.N. Hospital, 
Haslar, 1887-90. R. of Hopton Wafers and V. of Dod- 
dington, Salop, 1890-1913. Rural Dean of Stottesdon, 
1898-1916. V. of Kinlet, 1913-19. Married, 1873, Mary 
Smith, dau. of the Rev. Edward Addenbrooke, of Hertford. 
Resided latterly at Watford, where he died Mar. 31, 1925, 
aged 81. (Scott, MSS.; Crockford; The Guardian, Apr. 9, 
1925.) 

PEABODY, ENDICOTT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 7, 1876. 
S. of Samuel Endicott, of 97, Queen's Gate, London. B. 
[May 31], 1857, at Boston, Mass., U.S.A. School, Cheltenham 
College. Matric. Michs. 1876; LL.B. 1880; LL.M. 1884. In 
business at Boston, Mass., for a short time. Ord. deacon, 
c. 1883. Missionary at Tombstone, Arizona, 1883. Head 
Master of Groton School, Massachusetts, 1884-1928. Died 
Nov. 17, 1944. Brother of the next and of John E. (1871). 
(Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; Trinity Annual Record.) 

PEABODY, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 18, 1873. 
[2nd] s. of Samuel [Endicott], merchant, of 97, Queen's Gate, 
London. B. [Sept. i], 1854, at Salem, U.S.A. School, 
Cheltenham. Matric. Michs. 1873; LL.B. 1877. Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, Jan. 22, 1875. Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 
1877; and to the American Bar. Of Salem, Massachusetts, 
in 1910, and Boston in 1928. Brother of the above and of 



Peach, Charles 

John E. (1871). (Cheltenham Coll, Reg.; Law Lists; Inns 0/ 
Court; Foster, Men at the Bar.) 
PEABODY, JAMES HENRY. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 1895; 
B.A. 1898; M.A. 1906. Ord. deacon (St Albans) 1898; priest, 
1899; C. of Great Ilford, Essex, 1898-1905. P.C. of St John- 
the-Evangelist, Great Ilford, 1905-16. V. of St James's, 
Clacton-on-Sea, 1916-28. With the Mission of Help to India, 
1922-3. Died Sept. 6, 1928, aged 56. (Crockford; The Times, 
Sept. 8, 1928.) 

PEABODY, JOHN ENDICOTT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 8, 
1871. [Eld.] s. of Samuel [Endicott], of 22, Old Broad Street, 
London. B. Jan. 6, 1852, at Salem, U.S.A. School, Boston, 
U.S.A. Matric. Michs. 1871; B.A. 1875. Rowing 'blue,' 1873. 
For some time in a commission house in Antwerp, and then 
for two years in the office of J. P. Morgan and Co. .A.n artist. 
President of American Society of Arts and Crafts, 1920-1. 
Died Aug. 17, 1921. Brother of Endicott (1876) and Francis 
(1873). (Book of Blues.) 

PEACE, JAMES BENNET. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 23, 
1884. S. of H[ugh, schoolmaster], Esq., of Marykirk. Kin- 
cardineshire, Scotland. [B. Apr. 23, 1864.] [At Aberdeen 
Univ., 1880; M.A. 1884.] Matric. Michs. 1884; Scholar; B.A. 
{5th Wrangler) 1887; (Math. Trip., Pt II, ist Class, 1888); 
M.A. 1891. FeUow, 1889; Bursar, 1893-1920. Junior Proctor, 
1897. University Demonstrator in mechanism, 1897-1903; 
University Lecturer in mechanical engineering, 1903-8. 
University Printer, 1916-23. Made some very notable 
experiments on the potential difference required to produce 
electric sparks, at different lengths, and through gases at 
different pressures. Rendered much assistance to the com- 
pilers of this work in connection with the records of his 
College. Died suddenly, Jan. 20, 1923, at Cambridge. 
(Sir j. J. Thomson; Scott, MSS.; The limes, Jan. 31, 1923.) 

PEACE, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Christ's, Mar. 27, 1822; a 'Ten- 
year man.' S. of Peter. Bapt. Dec. 8, 1785, at St Peter's 
Church, Bristol. Keeper of the City library at Bristol for 
40 years. An acquaintance of Southey, Wordsworth and 
Coleridge. Author, An Apology for Cathedral Service; 
A Descant on the Penny Postage; A Descant upon Railroads. 
Edited Sir Thomas Browne's Religio Medici, with similar 
passages from Cowper's 1 ask. Died Mar. 28, 1861, at Swiss 
Cottage, Durdham Downs, Clifton. (Boase, 11. 1409; Peile, 
II. 408.) 

PEACEY, CAPEL COOPE. Adm. at Clare, July n, 1898. 
[S. of the Rev. Thomas (1865), of Hove vicarage, Brighton.] 

B. [Jime i], 1879. Schools, Bromsgrove and Highgate 
(1892-4). Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901; M.A. 1906. Ord. 
deacon (London) 1903; priest, 1904; C. of St Andrew's, 
Haverstock HiU, 1903-7. C. of St Luke's, Chelsea, 1907-27. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Chaplain, R.A.C.D.). 
R. of Carleton-Rode, Norfolk, 1927-51-. (Bromsgrove Sch. 
Reg.; Highgate Sch. Roll; Crockford; Univ. War List.) 

PEACEY, HOWARD MARRIOTT. Adm. at King's, Oct. 5, 
1899. [Only] s. of WilUam, M.D., of Eastbourne. B. Nov. 20, 
1880. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902. 
Articled to a Chartered Accountant, 1902. A.C.A., 1905. 
Certified Public Accountant, U.S.A. Served in the Great 
Weir, 1914-19 (Lieut., R. Sussex Regt.). Author of Plays: 
The Fifth of November; Majestic House; El Dorado; Warren 
Hastings. Of 4, Pembroke Studios, Edwardes Square, 
London, W., in 1921. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; King's Coll. Reg.; 
Scott, MSS.; Univ. War List.) 

PEACEY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Clare, June 9, 1865. 
[School, City of London.] Matric. Michs. 1865; Scholar; 
B.A. (2$rd Wrangler) 1869; M.A. 1872. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) 1869; priest, 1870; C. of King's Lynn, 1869-73. 

C. of St Anne's, Dublin, 1873-4. C. of DowTiton, Wilts., 
1874-6. C. of St Mark's, North Audley Street, 1876-9. V. of 
Hove, Sussex, 1879-1909. Preb. of Chichester, 1891-1909. 
Died Apr. i, 1909, aged 62, at Hove vicarage. Father of 
Capel C. (1898). (Scott, MSS.; The Times, Apr. 2, 1909.) 

PEACH, ALFRED COURTENAY. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H., 
Oct. 10, 1884. B. Apr. 3, 1864. Matric. Michs. 1884. Died 
Aug. 31, 1942, at Shiplake, Oxon.; buried at Harpsden, 
O.xon. (The Times, Sept. 2, 1942.) 

PEACH, CHARLES. .\dm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 28, 1843. 
S. of Thomas, of Langley Hall, Derbs. B. Feb. 29, 1824, at 
Loughborough. School, Stamford. Matric. Michs. 1843; 
Scholar, 1844; B.A. 1847; M..\. 1850. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
1848; priest, 1849; C. of Rothley, Leics., 1848-50. C. of 
St Mary and St Nicholas, Beverley, Yorks., 1850-7. C. of 
Stock with Ramsden Bellhouse, Essex, 1858-65. P.C. of 
Tumditch, Derbs., 1865-71. C. of Wilhngdon, Sussex, 
1871-3. C. of St James's, Tunbridge Wells, 1873-5. R- of 
Evenlode, Worcs., 1875-95. Resided subsequently at Cleo- 
bury Mortimer, where he died May 25, 1896. Father of 
Charles W. (1885). (Scott, MSS.; Peile, n. 481; Crockford; 
Clergy List; The Standard, May 28, 1896.) 



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PEACH, CHARLES EDMOND CLEAVER. Adm. at King's, 
Oct. 6, 1894. [S. of the Rev. Charles Pierrepont (1848, 
sub Cleaver). B. Oct. 1875.] School, Uppingham. Matric. 
Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897, A.M.LC.E. Order of the Nile 
(3rd Class). Of Bourton Lodge, Much Wenlock, Salop, in 
1931. Died Nov. 10, 1949, at Orchard House, South Cemey. 
Brother of James L. (i88o). {Uppingham Sck. Roll; King's 
Coll. Keg.; The limes, Nov. 12, 1949.) 

PEACH, CHARLES PIERREPONT (1848), see CLEAVER. 

PEACH, CHARLES WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. I, 18S5. S. of the Rev. Charles (1843), R. of 
Evenlode, VVorcs. B. at Beverley. Matric. Michs. 1885; 
B.A. 1888. Ord. deacon, 1892; priest, 1894; C. of Bedminster, 
Bristol, 1S92-9. C. of Christ Church, Frome, Somerset, 
1899-1900. C. of St Stephen's, Worcester, 1900-1. C. of 
St Paul's, Gloucester, 1901-24. V. of Up Hatherley, Gloucs., 
1924-44. Perm, to off., dio. of Gloucester, 1945-50. Latterly 
of 5, Pittville Crescent, Cheltenham, where he died Jan. 22, 
1950. (J. T. Rule; CrockforU; Church 2 imes, Feb. 3, 1950.) 

PEACH, DIXON. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, July 3, 1856. 
Matric. Michs. 1856; B.A. i860; M.A. 1864. Assistant Master 
at the Royal Grammar School, Guildford, in 1861; at 
St John's School, Leatherhead, in 1866. Died in 1872, 
aged 35. {St John's Sch., Leatherhead, Reg.) 

PEACH, EDMUND HARGRAVE. Adm. pens, at Downing, 
Oct. 12, 1871. Of West Dulwich. S. of Edmund, merchant, 
of Alleyn Road, Dulwich. B. Oct. 9, 1852. School, Dulwich 
College. Matric. Michs. 1871; Scholar; B.A. 1875; M.A. 1880. 
Adm. Solicitor, July, 1878. With Messrs Petter, Sandford 
and Co., in London and at Hampton-on-Thames; sub- 
sequently practised at Kingsdown, Deal, Kent. Died Sept. 27, 
1934. {Dulwich Coll. Reg.; Law Lists; The limes, Oct. 4, 
I934-) 

PEACH, GEORGE WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 8, 
1868. [Only surv.] s. of the Rev. Henry [John] (next), of 
Tutbury, Staffs, [and Langley Hall, Derbs.] (and Florence 
Mary). B. May 23, 1850, at Tutbury. Schools, Derby and 
Radley. Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 1873; M.A. 1876. Of 
Langley Hall, Derbs. J. P. for Derbs. and Staffs. Married, 
1889, Fanny Mary, only dau. of Thomas GoodaU-Copestake, 
Esq., of Kirk Langley, Derbs. Died Sept. 2, 1933. (Radley 
Coll. Reg.; Derby Sch. Reg.; Walford, County Families.) 

PEACH, HENRY JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 16, 
1836. Of Leicestershire. Matric. Michs. 1836; B.A. 1840; 
M.A. 1843. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1841; priest, 1842; C. of 
Walton-le-Wolds, Leics., 1841-3. V. of Tutbury, Staffs., 
1844-86. Died there, Nov. 13, 1886, aged 68. Father of the 
above. {Crockford; The Guardian, Nov. 17, 1886.) 

PEACH, ISAAC. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Pembroke, June 24, 
1773. 2nd s. of Paul, schoolmaster. B. [Mar. 7, 1754]. in 
Bermondsey, Surrey. [School, Merchant Taylors'.] Matric. 
Michs. 1773; Scholar; B.A. 17771 M.A. 1786. Ord. deacon 
(London) Dec. 21, 1777; priest, Feb. 28, 1779. C. of Wootton 
St Lawrence, Hants., until 1816. ' Probably R. of Barking, 
Essex.' Died 1816. {Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 
1816, I. 284.) 

PEACH, JAMES LEGARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June i, 
1880. [Eldest] s. of [the Rev.] Charles [Pierrepont] (1848, 
sub Cleaver), of .iVppleton-le-Street, Malton, Yorks. (and 
Agnes Lucy, dau. of George Legard, of Easthorpe, Malton). 
B. there [July 3], 1861. School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 
1880; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1887. Ord. deacon (Liverpool) 1885; 
priest, 1886; C. of St Margaret's, Anfield, Liverpool, 1885-6. 
V. of Appleton-le-Street, Yorks., 1887-8. With the Oxford 
University Mission to Calcutta; Principal of St James's 
School, Calcutta, 1888-96. Lord of the Manor of Brock- 
hampton, Gloucs., which he sold, 1888. Resided subsequently 
at Appleton-le-Street, where he died Apr. 8, 1921. Brother 
of Charles E. C. (1894). (Scott, MSS.; Crockford; The 
Guardian, Apr. 29, 1921.) 

PEACH, PHILIP HERBERT WENTWORTH. Matric. Non- 
CoU., Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882. Ord. deacon (London) 1882; 
priest, 1883; C. of St Mark's, Whitechapel, 1882-4. C. of 
Greenwich, 1884-5. R. of Orlestone, Kent, 1885-6. V. of 
Pawlett, Somerset, 1886-9. R. of Elstree, Herts., 1889-98. 
Died there, Feb. 27, 1898, aged 39. (Scott, MSS.; The Globe, 
Mar. 2, 1898.) 

PEACH, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 7, 1814. 
S. of the Rev. Henry, of Langley, Derbs. [B. 1796. School, 
Derby.] Matric. Michs. 1814; Scholar, 1815; B.A. 1818; 



Peacock, Charles Ernest 

Hulsean prize, 1818; M.A. 1821. Fellow, 1819-23. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) 1820; priest, Apr. 15, 1821. P.C. of Brampton, 
Derbs., 1826-67. Rural Dean of Brampton, 1S36. Married, 
Dec. 21, 1822, Mary Ann, dau. of the Rev. Wilham Pochin, 
R. of Morcott, Rutland. Author, 1 hemis, a satire, etc. Died 
Jan. 31, 1867, aged 71. {Derby Sch. Reg.; Boase, 11. 1410; 
Clergy List; 1 he Ecclesiastical Gazette, Feb. 12, 1867.) 

PEACH, WILLIAM NATHANIEL. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, 
May 29, 1827. [Schools, Shrewsbury (1820-2) and Eton 
(1826).] Doubtful if resided. (Shrea'sbury Sch. Reg.; Eton 
Sch. Lists.) 

PEACHE, CLEMENT KEMBLE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 23, 1884. S. of [the Rev.] Alfred (Wadham College, 
Oxford, 1838), of The Firs, Hampstead, London. B. Feb. 10, 
1866, at Downend, Gloucs. Schools [Tonbridge and] Hailey- 
bury. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887. Capt., 3rd Batt., 
Leics. Regt. (T.) 1890. On the London Stock Exchange. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Major, R. Sussex Regt., 
1915; granted rank of Lieut.-Colonel, 1918). Director of the 
Belvedere Estate Co. Ltd. Died Feb. 10, 1942, at Fahnouth. 
{Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; Haileybury Coll. Reg.; The Times, 
Feb. 17, 1942.) 

PEACHELL, FREDERICK HARRY. Adm. at King's, Sept. 29, 
1894. [Eldest s. of George Joseph (next). B. June 28, 1876. 
School, Rugby.] Matric. IVUchs. 1894; B.A. 1897; MA. 1902. 
Assistant Master at Portmore School, Weymouth, 1897-1903 ; 
at Blackburn Grammar School, 1903-13. Head Master of 
Wolmer's School, Kingston, Jamaica, 1914-18; of Bentham 
Grammar School, 1918-20; Head of the Maths. Dept., Bolton 
Municipal Secondary School, 1920-33-. {Rugby Sch. Reg.; 
Schoolmasters' Directories; King's Coll. Reg.) 

PEACHELL, GEORGE JOSEPH. Adm. sizar at Sx John's, 
Oct. II, 1861. S. of Joseph Robert, rope-maker (and Mary 
Elizabeth). B. [Apr. 14, 1842], at Deptford, Kent. Bapt. 
June 12, 1842. [School, Rochester.] Matric. Michs. 1861; 
B.A. {36th Wrangler) 1865; M.A. 1869. For 26 years Head 
Master of the Royal Grammar School, High Wycombe, 
Bucks., 1879-1905. Died Mar. 6, 1905, at High Wycombe. 
Father of the above. {Eagle, xxvii. 274; Scott, MSS.; 
Schoolmasters' Directories; The Times, Mar. 8, 1905.) 

PEACHEY, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Feb. 25, 1812. 
Of Sussex. Matric. Michs. 1812; B.A. 1816. Ord. deacon 
(London, for Chichester) Jan. 5, 1817. R. of Alfold, Surrey, 
1817-39. Lived subsequently at Kirdford, Sussex, and died 
Jan. 14, i860, aged 75, at Ebemoe, Sussex. (Foster, Index 
Eccles.; Clergy List; Clerical Guide; T. A. Walker, 387; 
G. Mag., i860, I. 304.) 

PEACHEY, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Clare, Dec. 12, 1844. Matric. 
Lent, 1845; LL.B. 1851. Confused with the above in Crock- 
ford. Practised as an attorney in London; with Messrs 
Oliverson and Peachey, and afterwards with Messrs Denby 
and Peachey. Not in Law List, 1880. 

PEACHEY, The Hon. JOHN WILLIAM. Adm. FeU.-Com. at 

Emmanuel, Apr. 21, 1808. Of Middlesex. [Youngest] s. of 
[John] [2nd] Baron Selsey (and Hester Elizabeth, dau. of 
George Jennings, of Newcells, Herts.). Matric. Michs. 1808; 
M.A. 1811. Ord. deacon (London) Sept. 20, 1812. R. of 
Treyford and V. of Didling, Sussex, 1813-37. V. of Barkway 
and Reed, Herts., 1815-37. Died, unmarried, July 6, 1837. 
M.I. at Barkway. (Cussans, I. 40; G.E.C.) 

PEACHEY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. 24, 1834. 

Matric. Michs. 1835. 

PEACOCK (post WILLSON), ANTHONY. Adm. pens, (age 18) 
at Trinity, Feb. 16, 1830. [Eldest] s. of Anthony [Taylor], 
of South Kyme, Lines, (and Mary, dau. of John Willson). 
B. [July 26, i8ii], at [South] Kyme. School, Sussex (private). 
Matric. Michs. 1830; B.A. 1835; M.A. 1838. Of South 
Rauceby, Lines. J. P. and D.L. for Lmcs. Assumed, by 
Royal Licence, the name of Willson in lieu of Peacock. 
Married, July, 1845, Mary Eliza Caroline, dau. of the Rev. 
Edward Fane, R. of Fulbeck, Lines. Died June 5, 1866. 
Brother of John (1830); father of Vere F. (1874, sub Willson) 
and Walter E. (1872, sub Willson). (F. P. White; P. B. G. 
Binnall.) 

PEACOCK, CHARLES ERNEST. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 8, 1895. S. of John, banker's clerk, of Burmingham (and 
Clara Crosse). B. May 25, 1876, at Ludlow. Schools, St 
Michael's, Tenbury (the Rev. E. Hinchcliffe) and Derby. 
Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898; M.A. 1902. Assistant Master 
at Cranleigh School, 1898. (Derby Sch. Reg.) 



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Peacock, Daniel Mitford 

PEACOCK (post CUST), DANIEL MITFORD. Adm. pens, 
(age i8) at Trinity, July i, 1786. [Younger] s. of [the Rev.] 
William (1753), o* Northallerton, Yorks. [R. of Danby Wiske, 
1761-18x1]. School, Scorton, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1787; 
Scholar, 1789; B.A. {Senior Wrangler and ist Smith's prize) 
1791; M.A. 1794. Fellow, 1792. Adm. at the Inner Temple 
Nov. 13, 1789. Ord. priest (Norwich, Litt. dim. from Chester) 
June 3, 1792. V. of Sedbergh, Yorks., 1798-1840. R. of 
Stainton-le-Street, Durham, 1812-40. Whitehall Preacher. 
Took the name of Cust, m lieu of Peacock, 1840, on the death 
of his brother William, R. of Danby Wiske, who had pre- 
viously assumed it. Author, Considerations on the Structure 
of the House of Commons. Died July 10, 1840, aged 72, at 
Great Stainton. Brother of William (1783) and Thomas 
(1783); father of Mitford (1817), Edwards G. (1822, sub 
Cust) and Daniel Mitford (1841, sub Cust). (Inns of Court; 
Cant. Act Book; G. Mag., 1840, 11. 550.) 

PEACOCK, DANIEL MITFORD (1841), see CUST. 

PEACOCK, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Oct. 19, 
1803. [2nd] s. of Anthony, of S. Kyme, Lines, (by his 2nd 
wife, Mary, dau. of John Wilkinson). [B. Jan. 4, 1787.] 
School, Welton, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1804; Scholar, 1805; 
B.A. {<)th Wrangler) 1808; M.A. i8ii. FeUow, i8io. V. of 
Fifehead Magdalen, Dorset, 1819-48. Married (i) Sept. 9, 
1819, Anne, dau. of the Rt. Rev. William Lort Mansel, 
Bp. of Bristol and Master of Trinity; (2) Nov. 23, 1837, 
Maria, dau. of John Slingsby, of Windsor. Died Feb. 14, 
1848. Father of the next, of Spencer P. (1850) and John W. 
(1842). (Clergy List.) 

PEACOCK, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Dec. 3, 
1838. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Edward (above). B. [June 6, 
1820], at Fifehead Magdalen, Dorset. School, Dorset 
(private). Matric. Michs. 1839; B.A. 1843; M.A. 1846. Ord. 
deacon (Sahsbury) 1844; priest, 1846; C. of Gussage All 
Saints, Wilts., 1844-7. C. of Maddington, 1848-50. V. of 
Road Hill, Somerset, 1850-74. J. P. for Wilts. Married, 1848, 
Eleanor, dau. of Matthias Thomas Holding, of Pryem Court, 
Hants. Resided latterly at Nunney, near Frome, where he 
died Jan. 14, 1903. Father of Reginald (1876); brother of 
Spencer P. (1850) and John W. (1842). (Scott, MSB.; 
Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; G. Mag., 1848, n. 88; The 
Times, Jan. 17, 1903.) 

PEACOCK (post WOODRUFFE-PEACOCK), EDWARD ADRIAN 
WOODRUFFE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 14, 1877. 
S. of Edward [the celebrated antiquary] (and Lucy Anne). 

B. [at Battesford Manor, Lines.], July 23, 1858. Bapt. 
Aug. 28, 1858. Matric. Michs. 1877. Ord. deacon (Durham) 
1881; priest (Newcastle-on-Tyne) 1883; C. of Long Benton, 
Northumberland, 1881-6. C. of Barkingside, Essex, 1884-5. 
Changed his name to Woodruffe-Peacock, 1908. C. of 
Harrington, Northants., 1886-90. V. of Cadney, Lines., 
1891-1919. R. of Grayingham, 1919-22. Well known as a 
Natural Scientist. F.L.S.; F.G.S. One of the founders of 
the Lincolnshire Naturalists' Union. Twice married, and 
had issue. Author, Rural Studies; Grouse Disease, etc. Died 
Feb. 3, 1922. (Scott, MSS.; P. B. G. Binnall; Crockford; 
The Guardian, Feb. 17, 1922.) 

PEACOCK, EDWARDS GEORGE (1822), see CUST. 

PEACOCK, FRANK DENMAN. Adm. pens, at Clare, Feb. 25, 
1869. Matric. Lent, 1869. 

PEACOCK, FRED KITCHIN. Matric. Non-Coil., Easter, 1870; 
B.A. 1874. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 1874; priest, 1877; 

C. of Fleetwood, Lanes., 1874-6. C. of Balderstone, 1876-8. 
C. of Holy Trinity, Darwen, 1878-83. C. of St Peter's, 
Hindley, 1883-5. C. of Astley, 1885-6. C. of St George's, 
Pendleton, 1886-92. C. of St Thomas's, Pendleton, 1892-5. 
V. of N. Leverton, Notts., 1895-1917. Died Apr. 19, 1917. 
(Crockford; The Guardian, May 3, 1917.) 

PEACOCK, FREDERICK WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Em- 
manuel, Apr. 3, 1879. Matric. Michs. 1879. Of Vemons 
Oak, Somersal-Herbert, Derbs. J. P. and D.L. for Derbs. 
Second Lieut., Derbyshire Yeomanry-Cavalry, 1890; Capt., 
1898. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Major, Derbyshire 
Yeomanry; C.B., 1919). Died May 8, 1924. (Army Lists; 
Univ. War List; Who was Who.) 

PEACOCK, GEORGE, Adm. sizar at Trinity, Feb. 21, 1809. 
[5th s. of the Rev. Thomas, P.C. of Denton, near Darlington. 
B. Apr. 9, 1791. Schools, Sedbergh and Richmond.] Matric. 
Michs. 1809; BeU Scholar, 1810; Scholar, 1812; B.A. (2nd 
Wrangler and 2nd Smith's prize) 1813; M.A. 1816; D.D. 
(per Lit. Reg.) 1839. Fellow, 1814; Tutor, 1823-39. Lown- 
dean Professor of Astronomy and Geometry, 1837-58. Adm. 
ad eundem at Oxford, June 17, 1830. F.G.S. ; F.R.S., 1818; 
F.R.A.S., 1820. Member of the University Commission, 1850 



Peacock, Mitford 

and of the Statutory Commissioners, 1855. With Babbage 
and J. F. W. Herschel founded an Analytical Society, whose 
aim was the introduction into mathematics of Continental 
methods. Ord. priest (Norwich) Sept. 22, 1822. Dean of 
Ely, 1839-58. Carried through a complete restoration of the 
Cathedral, under Sir George G. Scott. R. of Wentworth, 
Ccuubs., 1847-58. One of the founders of the Cambridge 
Philosophical Society; President, 1841. Mcirried, 1847, 
Frances EUzabeth, 2nd dau. of William Selwyn, Q.C. 
Author, Statutes of the University; A Collection of Examples 
of Applications of Differential and Integral Calculus; A 
Treatise on Algebra; Lectures on Trigonometry; Life of Thomas 
Young, M.D. Died Nov. 8, 1858, in Sufiolk Street, Pall Mall, 
London. (Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; Boase, 11. 1411; Al. Oxon.; 
D.N.B.; G. Mag., 1859, 11. 426-9; Winstanley, Early Vic- 
torian Cambridge.) 

PEACOCK, GEORGE HERBERT. Adm. at Clare, Mar. 21, 
1884. [S. of Matthew, of Leeds. School, Leeds Grammar.] 
Matric. Michs. 1884; Scholar; B.A. 1887; M.A. 1891. 
Assistant Master at Wakefield Grammar School, 1887; at 
the London International College [Isleworth College]; at 
Christ College, Brecon, 1888; at Eastbourne College (and 
House Master), 1895-1930. Well known as a golfer. Died 
Dec. II, 1933, aged 68. (Leeds Gr. Sch. Adm.; Schoolmasters' 
Directories; Univ. War List; The Times,, Dec. 13, 1933.) 

PEACOCK, HENRY CHRISTOPHER. Adm. at King's, Oct. 24, 
1898. S. of John M. School, The Leys, Cambridge. Matric. 
Michs. 1898. A merchant in South Africa. Died Jan. i, 
1938, aged 58, at East London. (King's Coll. Reg.; The 
limes, Jan. 4, 1938.) 

PEACOCK, HERBERT ST GEORGE. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1891. S. of Sir Barnes, Q.C, P.C, deceased (for whom see 
D.N.B.), of 40, Cornwall Gardens, London (and Georgina, 
dau. of Major-Gen. St George D. Showers, C.B.). School, 
Eton. Matric. Lent, 1892. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 
June 6, 1894. Advocate-General, Sudan Government, 1904; 
Judge of the High Court, 1905-26. Brother of Walter (1890). 
(Law Lists; Eton Sch. Reg.) 

PEACOCK, HUGH FENTON GILBERT. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1883. S. of C[hristopher] G[ilbert], of Greatford Hall, 
Stamford (and Caroline M., dau. of the Rev. W. Carr Fenton, 
of Mattersea, Yorks). [B. 1865.] School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1883. Of Greatford Hall, Stamford. Managing 
Director of Messrs Soames and Co., brewers, of Spalding, 
and Chairman of Martin's Cultivator Co., Stamford. J. P. 
for Parts of Kesteven. Married, 1898, Constance F., dau. of 
Herbert Fletcher, of East Norton, Leics. Died in 1917. 
(Harrow Sch. Reg.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families.) 

PEACOCK, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Clare, Nov. 17, 1830. [2nd 
s. of Anthony Taylor, of South Kyme, Lines, (and Mary 
Willson). B. Nov. 21, 1812.] Matric. Michs. 1831. Died 
Mar. 20, 1833, aged 20, at Sleaford, Lines. Brother of 
Anthony (1830). (G. Mag., 1833, i. 380; P. B. G. Binnall.) 

PEACOCK, JOHN WADHAM. Adm. at Clare, Jan. 31, 1874. 
[Eldest s. of the Rev. John Wilkinson (next). B. May 24, 
1855. School, Tonbridge.] Matric. Lent, 1874; B.A. 1877. 
Private Secretary to H.B.M.'s Charge d'Affaires in Mon- 
tenegro, and Consul-General in Northern Albania. Assistant 
Editor of The Graphic, 1891-5. Senior dramatic critic of 
The Globe; Assistant Editor, 1895-1910 (Acting Editor for 
some years). Married, 1884, Lucy Henrietta Haynes, dau. of 
Surgeon-Major J. Groscott Reed, H.E.I.C.S. Author, fiction 
and verse; and of The Story of the Inter-University Boat Race. 
Died Aug. 31, 1922. (tonbridge Sch. Reg.; Fox-Davies, 
Armorial Families; Indian Army List, 1873.) 

PEACOCK, JOHN WILKINSON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 1, 1842. [S. of the Rev. Edward (1803). B. Oct. 16, 
1822.] Matric. Michs. 1842; B.A. 1846. C of Newton Toney, 
Wilts., 1851-5. C of Laverton, Somerset, 1856-7. Married, 
1854, Catherine, dau. of the Rev. Wadham Knatchbull. 
Died in 1857. Father of the above; brother of Spencer P. 
(1850) and Edward (1838). (Clergy List; Fox-Davies, 
Armorial Families.) 

PEACOCK, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Clare, May 12, 1773. 

B. at Huntingdon. Matric. Michs. 1773. 

PEACOCK, MITFORD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 2, 1817. 
[Eldest s. of the Rev. Daniel Mitford (1786). B. at Sedbergh, 
Yorks. School, Durham.] Migrated to Clare, Oct. 14, 1817. 
Matric. Michs. 1818; Bell Scholar, 1819. Migrated to Corpus 
Christi, June 20, 1819; Scholar, 1820; B.A. (2nd Wrangler 
and 2nd Smith's prize) 1822; M.A. 1825. Fellow of Corpus 
Christi, 1822-8. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1824. Died May 23, 1828, 
at Hastings. M.I. at Ore, Sussex. Brother of Edwards G. 
(1822, SMfiCust) and Daniel M. (1841,51/6 Cust). (Durham Sch. 
Reg.; Lamb; G. Mag., 1828, 1. 571.) 



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Peacock, Reginald 

PEACOCK, REGINALD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 7, 1876. 
S. of the Rev. Edward (1838), of Stone Hall, Pembs. B. 
Dec. 9, 1857, at Road Hill, Wilts. School, Marlborough 
CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1883. Ord. 
deacon (Gloucester and Bristol) 1881; priest, 1882; C. of 
Chippenham, Wilts., 1881-6. C. of Huntley, Gloucs., 1886-^0. 
V. of Woodlands St Mary, Berks., 1890-1932. Married, 1886, 
Mary Augusta, dau. of the Rev. Thomas Augustus Strong, 
R. of St Paul's, Chippenham, and had issue. Died Oct. 20, 
1932, at Woodlands St Mary; buried there. (Fox-Davies, 
Armorial Families; Crockford; The Times, Oct. 22, 1832.) 

PEACOCK, SPENCER PERCEVAL. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Peterhquse, Mar. 26, 1850. [2nd] s. of the Rev. Edward 
(1803), of Liverpool, deceased. B. Jan. 31, 1831. Matric. 
Michs. 1850. Married. Brother of Edward (1838) and John 
W. (1842). (M. H. Peacock.) 

PEACOCK, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Apr. 23, 
1783. [S. of the Rev. WUham (i753). R- of Danby Wiske, 
Yorks.] B. at North AUerton, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1783. 
Died May 23, 1786, aged 21 ; M.I. in St Botolph's, Cambridge. 
Brother of William (1783) and Daniel M. {1786). 

PEACOCK, TRIMNELL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Apr. 15, 1755. S. of Reade, of Huntingdon. School, Hun- 
tingdon.' Matric. Michs. 1755; Scholar, 1756; B.A. 1759; 
M.A. 1762. 

PEACOCK, VERE F. (1874), see WILLSON. 

PEACOCK, WALTER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 17, 1890. 
S. of [the Rt. Hon. Sir] Barnes [Q.C., P.C] (for whonj see 
D.N.B.), of 40, Cornwall Gardens, London (and Georgina, 
dau. of Major-Gen. St George D. Showers, C.B.). B. [May 24], 
1871. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1890. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple. Called to the Bar, Apr. 18, 1894. Hon. A. R.I. B.A. 
Resident Councillor and Keeper of the records of the Duchy 
of Cornwall, 1908-30. Treasurer to the Prince of Wales, 
1910-15. Member of the Prince of Wales's Council, 1910-30. 
Member of the Royal Fine Art Commission, 1930-4- M.V.O., 
1911; C.V.O., 1916; K.C.V.O., 1924. Of Squareys, Coombe 
Bisse'tt. Died Feb. 12, 1949. Brother of Herbert St G. 
(1891). (Law Lists; Kelly, Handbook; Who's Who; The 
Times, Feb. 14, I949-) 

PEACOCK, WALTER. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1894. S. of 
Frank Walter, Esq., of Church Lane, Tipton, Staffs. School, 
King Edward's, Birmingham. Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 
1897. Entered the Colonial Service, 1898; 3rd magistrate at 
Singapore, 1906. {Cambridge Year-Book.) 

PEACOCK, WARREN TURNER. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1894. [Yst.] s. of W. H., Esq. B. at Stamford, Lines. 
School, Wellington College. Matric. Michs. 1894. In business. 
Liveryman of the Court of the Pewterers' Company. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut., R.A.S.C. (Mechanical 
Transport)) . Of Four Gables, Birkby Hall Road, Huddersfield, 
in 1943. (Wellington Coll. Reg.) Univ. War List; F. Brittain.) 

PEACOCK, WILKINSON AFFLECK. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, May 28, 1833. Of Lincolnshire. [Eldest s. of Capt 
Wilkinson, 9th Lancers, of Thorpe Tilney (and Mary, dau 
of Col. Gilbert AfBeck).] Matric. Michs. 1833; B.A. 1837 
Ord. deacon, 1838; priest, 1839; C. of Partney, Lines., 1841-5 
C. of Croxby, 1846-8. R. of Ulceby with Fordington, 1848-77 
Married, 1846, Isabella Hannah, 2nd dau. of the Rev. John 
Bainbridge Smith, R. of Martin and Sotby, and Head Master 
of Homcastle Grammar School. Died at Ulceby rectory. 
May 29, 1877, aged 62. (Scott, MSS.; The Patrician, i. 83; 
P. B. G. Binnall ; Burke, L.G.) 

PEACOCK, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, 
Feb. 22, 1753. S. of Samuel, gent., of Yorks. B. at Danby. 
School, Scorton. Matric. Michs. 1753; Scholar; LL.B. 1761. 
R. of Danby Wiske, Yorks., 1761-1811. Died in 1811. His 
sons William (1783) and Daniel Mitford (1786) assumed the 
surname of Cust in lieu of Peacock; father also of Thomas 
(1783). (St John's Coll. Adm., in. 619.) 

PEACOCK, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, Feb. 20, 
1767. S. of William, gent., of Huntingdon. B. there. 
Educated privately, and at St Ives. Matric. Michs. 1767; 
Scholar, 1767- 

PEACOCK [post CUST], WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St Catha- 
rine's, Apr. 23, 1783. [S. of the Rev. WiUiam (i753)-] 
B. at Anderby, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1783; B.A. 1787; 
M.A. 1790. Succeeded his father as R. of Danby Wiske, 
Yorks., 1811-40 (and C. of Yafforth). Assumed the name of 
Cust, 1817. Died Feb. 22, 1840, aged 76, at Danby Hall. 
Brother of Daniel M. (1786) and Thomas (1783)- (G. Mag., 
1840, I. 440.) 

PEACOCK, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 6, 1888. 
S. of George. B. Dec. 24, i860, at Hobart Town, Tasmania. 
School, Hobart Town. Matric. Michs. 1888. 



Peake, Edward Copson 

PEACOCKE, AUNGIER [LOVE]. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 16, 1756. S. of the Rev. George (1730), of Cambs. 
B. at Streatham. Schools, Wisbech and Hawstead, Norfolk 
(sic). Matric. Michs. 1756; Scholar; B.A. 1760; M.A. 1763. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) Feb. 28, 1768; priest, Dec. 18, 1768, 
as 'Aungier Love Peacocke'; C. of Lakenheath, Suffolk, 1768. 
Inc. (of Bacon's portion) of Dengie, Essex, 1781-93. 
(St John's Coll. Adm., iii. 646.) 

PEACOCKE (post SANDFORD), GEORGE MONTAGUE 
WARREN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Nov. 15, 1839. 
[Eldest] s. of George, of DawUsh, Devon (by his 2nd wife, 
Jemima, dau. of Lieut. -Col. J. Montagu Dumford). [School, 
Eton.] Matric. Easter, 1841. Migrated to New Inn HaU, 
Oxford, whence he matric. May ii, 1843; B.A. (Oxford) 
1844. Migrated back to Magdalene, Cambridge; thence 
incorp. B.A. 1846; M.A. 1849. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Nov. 19, 1839. Called to the Bar, Jan. 30, 1846. Special 
Pleader; on the Midland Circuit. Of Reeves HaU, Essex, and 
Moulton Park, Northants. J. P. and D.L. M.P. for Harwich, 
1852-3; for Maldon, 1854-7, 1859-68 and 1874-8. Assumed 
the surname and arms of Sandford, by Royal Licence, 1866. 
Married, Apr. 15, 1858, Augusta Mary, dau. of Algernon 
Frederick Greville, Bath King of Arms, and had issue. Died 
June 19, 1879. (Eton Sch. Lists; Al. Oxon (sub Sandford); 
Inns of Court; Burke, L.G. of Ireland; Return of M.P.S (sub 
Peacocke and Sandford).) 

PEACOCKE, PHILIP GRAEME. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 1, 1889. Of Nottinghamshire. S. of the Rev. WiUiam 
James (Trinity CoUege, Dublin, 1843), V. of Upton, South- 
weU, Notts. B. Sept. 15, 1870, at Upton. School, King's, 
Canterbury. Matric. Michs. 1889; Scholar, 1890; B.A. 1892; 
M.A. 1901. Ord. deacon (Durham) 1896; priest, 1897; C. of 
Christ Church, Jarrow Grange, Durham, 1896-1901. C. of 
St John-the-Evangelist, Darlington, 1901-4. C. of St HUda's, 
S. Shields, 1904-7. V. of Tweedmoulh, Northumberland, 
1907-28. V. of Grantchester, Cambs., 1928-30. Died 
Nov. 22, 1930. (Crockford; Cambridge Chronicle, Nov. 26, 
1930; Cambridge Review, Jan. 14, 1931.) 

PEACOPP, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Queens', Nov. 2, 1813. 
Of Yorkshire. Matric. Michs. 1814; B.A. 1818. 

PEAD, JOHN HUNTER. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pembroke, 
Oct. I, 1887. [3rd] s. of WiUiam, of Bury St Edmunds. 
B. there. [School, Bury St Edmunds.] Matric. Michs. 1887; 
B.A. 1890. Migrated to Downing, July 2, 1890; M.B., 
B.Chir. and M.A. 1895. At St Bartholomew's Hospital. 
M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1894. Surgeon, R.N.; Staff-Surgeon in 
1910; Surgeon-Commander in 1920; Surgeon-Captain. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (Surgeon Commander, R.N.; 
mentioned in despatches; Chevalier, Legion of Honour 
(France); Order of St Stanislas (2nd Class, with swords), 
Russia). Of 'Havencroft,' Point HiU, Rye, Sussex, in 1946. 
Died Dec. 24, 1949, at Bexhill. (Bury St Edmunds Sch. 
Reg.; Medical Directories; Univ. War List; The Times, 
Dec. 28, 1949.) 

PEAK, GEORGE ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 25, 
1886. S. of George, Esq., of Burcher, Tetley, Heref. [B. 
June, 1865. School, Haileybury.] Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 
1890; M.A. 1899. Ord. deacon (Shrewsbury) 1891; priest 
(Lichfield) 1893; C. of Bloxwich, Staffs., 1891-4. C. of Odd 
Rode, Cheshire, 1894-1900. C. of Prestbury, 1901. C. of 
Witton (or Northwich) 1901-6. Lecturer of Ludlow, 1906-12. 
V. of Hyssington with R. of Snead, Montgom., 1912-24. 
R. of Berrington, Salop (with Betton Strange, 1930), 1924-45. 
Preb. of Hereford Cathedral, 1932-45. Rural Dean of 
Condover, 1927-45. Of Dulverton, Somerset, in 1951. 
(Haileybury Reg.; Crockford.) 

PEAKE, AUSTIN HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 15, 
1898; an advanced student. S. of William Henry, watch- 
maker, of Codnor, Derbs. (and Eliza Stevenson). B. there. 
Mar. 19, 1878. School, Nottingham University CoUege (the 
Rev. J. E. Synies). Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1900; M.A. 
1905. University Demonstrator in Mechanism, 1903-8; 
Senior Demonstrator, 1908. Assistant Master at the Royal 
Naval CoUege, Dartmouth, 1916-18. University Lecturer, 
1926-43; retired. Of 14, HiUs Avenue, Cambridge, in 195 1. 

PEAKE, EDWARD COPSON. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 3, 
1871. [3rd] s. of Edward Copson, farmer [and EUen, dau. of 
Henry Arnold, of Uttoxeter, Staffs.]. B. [Apr. 21, 1853], at 
Uttoxeter. Bapt. July 24, 1853. Matric. Michs. 1871; B.A. 
1875; M.A. 1878. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) June 11, 1876; 
priest, 1877; C. of St John's, Wolverhampton, 1876-8. C. of 
Ashtead, Surrey, 1878-85; R. there, 1885-7. C. of Stoke 
d'Abemon, 1887-97. R. of Hinton-Ampner, Hants., 1900-28. 
Rural Dean of Alresford, 1914-28. R. of Bramdean, 1918-28. 
Married, Oct. 23, 1906, Caroliiae GwendoUne, dau. of G. A. D. 
Mahon, of Aspley Guise, and had issue. Died Dec. 28, 1928. 
(Scott, MSS.; Eagle, xlv. 277; Burke, L.G.; Fox-Davies, 
Armorial Families; Crockford; The Times, Dec. 31, 1928.) 



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PEAKE, EDWARD GORDON. Adm. at Clare, Jan. 5, 1895. 
School, Oakham. Matric. Michs. 1859; Scholar; B.A. (Nat. 
Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1898; LL.B. 1905; M.A. 1919. 
Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, June 12, 1907. Served in 
the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R..'\.S.C.; Major, R.E.; 
mentioned in despatches; O.B.E.). Of 98, James Street, 
Dublin. Drowned in a yachting accident in Killary Bay, 
Co. Galway, Sept. 26, 1934, aged 58. (Burke, L.G.; Univ. 
War List; Law Lists; The Times, Sept. 28, 1934.) 

PEAKE, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Nov. 6, 1845; from 
Worcester College, Oxford, whence he had matric. May 14, 
1840, age 18. [Eldest s. of the Rev. George (Merton College, 
Oxford, 1809), V. of Aston, Warws., 1823-30, deceased. 
B. Jan. 4, 1822, at Enderby, Leics. School, Rugby.] Matric. 
Lent, 1846. C. of St John's, Dudley, Worcs., 1851-2. V. 
(and patron) of Aston, Warws., 1852-76. Married Maria S., 
dau. of Lieut. -Col. H. Bull Strangeways. Died July 9, 1876. 
(Rugby Sell. Reg.; Al. Oxon.; Crockford.) 

PEAKE, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Caius, July 3, 1858. S. of — , 
of High Street, Winchester. B. Dec. 30, 1835, in London. 
Matric. Michs. 1858. Left College after three terms, owing 
to his father's death. Assistant Master at the Royal Naval 
School, New Cross, 1856-8; at Bristol Grammar School, 
1860-88. Died Mar. 2, 1888, at Clifton. (Venn, 11. 342; The 
Guardian, Mar. 7, 1888.) 

PEAKE, GEORGE CHARLES. Matric. Non-Coil, from Ayerst 

H., Michs. 1886. B. Dec. 7, 1866. Migrated to Selwyn H., 
Oct. I, 1887; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1893. Ord. deacon (Bath and 
Wells) 1891; priest, 1893; C. of Buckland St Mary, Somerset, 
1891-3. C. of St Breage, Cornwall, 1893-4. C. of Milverton, 
Somerset, 1894-7. Chaplain (Eccles. Est.) at Delhi, 1897; 
at Ambala, 1898; at Derajat, 1898-9; at Ferozepore, 1899- 
1900; at Murree, 1900-1; at Ferozepore, 1901-3; at Dal- 
housie, 1903-4. C. of Milverton, Somerset, 1904-6. Chaplain 
at Multan, 1906-7. R. of Chetwynd, Salop, 1907-29. Died 
there, Oct. 15, 1929. (Crockford; 1 he Times, Oct. 17, 1929.) 

PEAKE, GEORGE HERBERT. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1880. 
[3rd] s. of H[enry], Esq., of [Westholme] Sleaford, Lines. 
[B. 1859.] Matric. Michs. 18S0; B.A. and LL.B. 1884; M.A. 
1887. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Aug. 6, i88i. Called to the 
Bar, Jan. 26, 1887. Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer. 
Chairman of Airedale Collieries, Ltd. Served in the Great 
War, 1Q14-19 (Major, Sherwood Rangers (T.F. Res.)). Of 
Sutton Hall, Thirsk. D.L. for Notts. J. P. for the West 
Riding of Yorks., 1896 and for Notts. Married, 1895, Evelyn 
Mary, eldest dau. of the Hon. John C. Dundas. Died Oct. 11, 
1950, at Sutton Hall. (Law Lists; Inns of Court; Univ. War 
List; Burke, L.G.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Who's 
Who; The Times, Oct. 12, 1950.) 

PEAKE, HENRY JAMES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 21, 
1825. [S. of George, Esq., of Leicester. School, Rugby, 
age II in 1818.] Matric. Michs. 1825. (Rugby Sch. Reg.) 

PEAKE, JAMES. Adm. sizar at St John's, May 25, 1763. S. of 
the Rev. Jonathan (1730), of Cheshire. School, Manchester. 
Matric. Michs. 1763; Scholar; B.A. 1767; M.A. 1775. 
Appointed, July 24, 1766, by the Bishop of Chester (on a 
lapse). Master of the Free Grammar School at Hawkshead, 
Lanes.; held office until 1781. Ord. deacon (Chester) July 12, 
1767; priest, Sept. 25, 176S; C. of Crosthwaite, Westmorland, 
1768. Minister (of the donative) of Finsthwaite, Lanes., 
1781-4. V. of Thornton-Steward, Yorks., 1779-80. P.C. of 
Cartmel, 1781-1803, and R. of Kingsley, Staffs., 1790-1803. 
Domestic Chaplain to the Duke of Devonshire. Minister of 
Edensor, Derbs., until 1803. Married Elizabeth Russel, widow, 
dau. of Thomas Sunderland, of Bigland, Lanes. Resided 
at Edensor, where he died Dec. i, 1803, aged 58. (St John's 
Coll. Adm., III. 692; G. Mag., 1803, 11. 1254.) 

PEAKE, JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 3, 1866. S. of 
the Rev. James R[oom] (next) (and AmeUa Mary). B. at 
Whitchurch, Salop. Bapt. June 7, 1848. [School, Rugby.] 
Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 1870. In the Indian Telegraph 
Dept., Peshawar. Died Feb. 4, 1884, of cholera, at Hy- 
derabad. M.I. in Narayaguda Protestant cemetery. (Rugby 
Sch. Reg.) 

PEAKE, JAMES ROOM. Adm. pens, (age 20) at St John's, 
July 7, 1825. [Eldest s. of Robert, of Bristol.] B. there. 
Matric. Michs. 1825; Scholar, 1825. Kept four terms. 
Migrated to Jesus College, Oxford, whence he matric. 
Mar. 14, 1833, age 25; Scholar of Magdalen Hall, Oxford, 
1834; B.A. (Oxford) 1836; M.A. (Oxford) 1839. Ord. deacon 
(Worcester) 1837; priest, 1838; C. of Halesowen, Worcs., 
1837-9. Head Master of Whitchurch Grammar School, 
Salop, 1839-82. Died Sept. 8, 1893, at Bath. Father of the 
above. (Al. Oxon.; F. P. White.) 

PEAKE, JOHN DAWSON. Adm. sizar at St John's, July i, 
1848. [7th] s. of Robert, farmer, of March, Cambs. (and 



Pearce, Charles William 

Mary Cross). B. there [Jan. i, 1830]. Bapt. Feb. 21, 1830. 
School, Oakham (Mr W. S. Wood). Matric. Michs. 1848; 
B.A. 1852; M.A. 1873. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1853; priest, 
1854; C. of Medboume-tMw-HoIt, Leics., 1853. C. of Kirkby 
Laythorpe with .■\sgarby. Lines., 1855-8. V. of Laleham, 
Middlesex, 1859-83. R. of Pitchcott, Bucks, 1883-5. R. of 
Week St Mary, Cornwall, 1885-95. R. of Burrough-on-the- 
Hill, Leics., 1895-1904. Married Miss Lavinia Neville. 
Resided latterly at Week St Mary, where he died Oct. 8, 
1905. Brother of Thomas C. (1835). (Scott, MSS.; Eagle, 
xx.xii. 274; Burke, L.G.; The limes, Oct. 11, 1905.) 

PEAKE, JOHN ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Clare, Michs. 1882. 

[S. of Surgeon-Major George William, M.D., of Colchester. 

B. May 3, 1863. School, Cheltenham CoUege.] Matric. Michs. 

1882. Lieut., ist Notts. Rifle Volunteers. (Cheltenham Coll. 

Reg.) 
PEAKE, RICHARD MASON. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 1, 

1777. Of Staffordshire. Matric. Michs. 1777; Scholar, i777; 

B.A. 1781. Ord. deacon (Chester, Litt. dim. from Lichfield) 

1781; priest (Lichfield) June 15, 1783; C. of Market Drayton, 

Salop, 1782, and Master of the Free School there. (St John's 

Coll. Adm., IV. 419.) 

PEAKE, THOMAS CROSS. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Apr. 4, 
1835. 2nd s. of Robert, farmer, of Burrow [? Burrough-on- 
the-Hill], Leics. (and Mary, dau. of Thomas Cross, of Wood- 
borough). B. Mar. 24, 1817, at Burrow. School, Oakham 
(Dr Doncaster). Matric. Michs. 1835; B.A. (30^^ Wrangler) 
1839; M.A. 1842. Fellow. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1841; priest, 
1842; C. of Castle Donnington, Leics., 1841-3. R. of HaUaton 
with Blaston St Michael, 1843-89. Rural Dean of Gartree, 
1871-86. Married, July 9, 1844, Mary Jane Barnard, and 
had issue. Died Aug. 5, 1889, at HaUaton. Brother of John 
D. (1848). (Crockford; Burke, L.G.; Fox-Davies, Armorial 
Families; The Guardian, Aug. 7, 1889.) 

PEAKE, WILLIAM HENRY SMYTH. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 4, 
1884. [4th s. of Robert William. B. 1866. School, Ton- 
bridge.] Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887. A preparatory 
school master. Of Highfield, Bracknell, Berks, in 1938. 
(Tonbridge Sch. Reg.) 

PEARCE, ARCHIBALD GEORGE REAKES. Adm. sizar at 
St John's, Oct. 9, 1880. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. George 
Philips (Trinity College, DubUn), schoolmaster (and Jane 
Reakes). B. [1861], at Wingham, Kent. Bapt. Oct. 27, 1861. 
School, Tonbridge (Mr Rowe). Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 
1884. Assistant Master at Lincoln College, Sorel, Canada; 
Senior Master at Hilton CoUege, Pietermaritzburg, Natal. 
Died there in April or May, 1906. Brother of Bertram W. 
(1887). (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; Eagle, xxviii. 213.) 

PEARCE, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 1871. 
[S. of Thomas, of Beckenham.] School, Clifton CoUege. 
Matric. Michs. 1871; B.A. 1876. Adm. Solicitor, Nov. 1878. 
Of 40, Chancery Lane, London, W.C, and Beckenham. 
Died Oct. i, 1930, aged 79, at Beckenham; buried there. 
Brother of Duncan (1872). (Clifton Coll. Reg.; Law Lists; 
The Times, Oct. 3, 1930.) 

PEARCE, BERNARD GEOFFREY. Adm. at St Catharine's, 
June 6, 1893. S. of the Rev. Percy Frederick John [London 
College of Divinity (1876), V. of PuUoxhill, Beds.]. B. 
[July 20, 1874], at Peckham, Surrey. Matric. Michs. 1893; 
B.A. 1896. Brother of George T. C. (1890). 

PEARCE, BERTRAM WILSON. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. 10, 1887. 2nd s. of the Rev. George Philips (Trinity 
College, Dublin), schoolmaster, of Southborough, Tonbridge 
(and Jane Reakes). B. there, June 30, 1869. School, Ton- 
bridge (Mr Rowe). Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890; M..\. 
1902. Assistant Master in a preparatory school at Rugby, 
1890-6; at Eltham CoUege, 1856-1910. Head Master of 
Eltham House School, Mottingham, Kent, J910-14. Assistant 
Master at Seaford, Sussex, 1914-15; at Christ's Hospital, 
1915-29 (House Master, 1921-9). With the Ministry of 
Works (Ancient Monuments), 1941-8-. Of Rossljii HiU, 
London, N.W., in 1948. Brother of Archibald G. R. (1880). 
(Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

PEARCE, CHARLES WILLIAM. Mus.B., 1881; Mus.D., 1884. 
A Non-CoU. student. [B. Dec. 5, 1856, at Salisbury. Schools, 
Salisbury and London.] Organist of St Martin's Church, 
Salisbury, 1871; of St Luke's, Old Street, London, 1874-85; 
of St Clement's, Eastcheap, 1885-1919. Hon. M.A., Durham. 
F.R.C.O. Professor at Trinity College of Music, from 1882; 
Director of Examinations, 1002-16; Director of Studies, 
1916-24. Dean of the Faculty of Music at London Uni- 
versity, 1908-12. Hon. Treasurer, Royal College of Organists, 
1909-26; Vice-President, 1926. Editor of Organist and 
Choirmaster, 1893-1917. Author of many works on music; 
composer of church cantatas, anthems, organ and piano 
music and songs. Resided latterly at Wimbome, Dorset. 
Died Dec. 2, 1928. (Wlio was Who; British Musical Biog.) 



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PEARCE, DUNCAN. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, June 7, 
1872. S. of Thomas, Esq., deceased, of Beckenham. School, 
Clifton College. Matric. Michs. 1872; B.A. 1876; M.A. 1881. 
Football (rugby) 'blue,' 1873, i874- Ord. deacon (Hereford) 
1878; priest, 1879; C. of Ross, Heref., 1878-82. C. of Uck- 
field, Sussex, 1882-4. C. of St Martin's, Brighton, 1884-6. 
V. of Sayers Common, 1886-92. V. of Colgate, 1892-1900. 
C. of St Nicholas, Brighton, 1900-2. R. of St Anne's, Lewes, 
1902-18. V. of Lynchmere, 1918-24. Resided subsequently 
at Richmond, Surrey, where he died Nov. 22, 1927, aged 74. 
Brother of Arthur (1871). (Book of Blues; Clifton Coll. Reg.; 
Crockford; The Times, Nov. 23, 1927.) 

PEARCE, EDMUND COURTENAY. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. I, 1889. Of London. [Younger] s. of James, 
gent of 23, Savile Row, London, W. B. Dec. 17, 1870, in 
London. School, Christ's Hospital. Matric. Michs. 1889; 
Scholar, 1889; B.A. (Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1892; 
(Class. Trip., Pt n, ist Class, 1893); M.A. 1896; D.D. 1917. 
Fellow, 1895-1914; Dean, 1901-14; Master, 1914-27. Vice- 
Chancellor, 192 1-4. Assistant Master at Christ's Hospital, 
1 891; at University CoUege School, 1894; at Uppingham, 
1895. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1897; priest, 1898; C. of St James, 
Muswell Hill, 1899-1900. V. of St Bene't's, Cambridge, 
1900-6. Bishopof Derby, 1927-35- Mayorof Cambridge, 19 17, 
and Chairman of the Cambridgeshire County Council, 1927. 
Chainnan of the Cathedrals' Commission. 'Few men have 
given themselves with such unswerving loyalty to the service 
of society in School, College, University, Town, County, 
and Diocese.' Married, 1899, Fanny Constance, dau. of 
Alfred Lyon, of Middlecott, Ilsington, Devon, and had issue. 
Died Oct. 13, 1935, at Breadsall Mount, Derby. Brother of 
Ernest H. (1884). (Christ's Hospital Exhibitioners; Crockford; 
Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Who was Who; The Times, 
Oct. 14, 1935; Cambridge Review, Nov. i, 1935.) 

PEARCE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Trinity, Oct. 18, 
1819. S. of Edward. B. at Stony Stratford, Bucks. School, 
Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1819; B.A. 1824; M.A. 1828. 

PEARCE (post PEARCE-EDGCUMBE), EDWARD ROBERT. 
Adm. at King's, Oct. 15, 1870. [Only] s. of Edward, of 
Somerleigh, Dorchester. [B. Mar. 13, 1851.] Matnc. Michs. 
1870; prizeman; B.A. 1874; LL-M. 1877; LL.D. 1883. 
Student at the Royal Academy, 1874. Adm. at Lmcohi's 
Inn, Nov. 14, 1873. Called to the Bar, Apr. 25, 1877. Official 
Examiner to the High Court of Justice, 1884. Of Somerleigh 
Court, Dorchester. J. P.andD.L.for Dorset; J.P.forComwaU. 
Mayorof Dorchester, 1891. High Sheriff of Cornwall, 1896. 
Knighted, 1895. Order of the Crown of Belgium (with golden 
palms), 1922. Assumed the additional surname of Edgcumbe, 
by Royal Warrant, 1884. Had a varied career as barrister, 
banker, pohtician and company director. Married (i) 1884, 
Clara Jane Constance Conybeare, and had issue; (2) Aug. 6, 
189:, Frances, dau. of the Hon. F. A. C. Foley, and had further 
issue. Author, Zephyrus; Popular Fallacies regarding Bi- 
metallism; The Parentage and Kinsfolk of Sir Joshua Reynolds, 
etc. Died Sept. 29, at 1929, Quay House, Newquay. (King's 
Coll. Reg.; Boase, Collect. Cornub., 686; Burke, L.G.; 
Changes of Name; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Inns of 
Court; J. J. Withers; The Times, Sept. 30, 1929; The Cam- 
bridge Review, Oct. 18, 1929.) 

PEARCE (post PEARCE-SEROCOLD), EDWARD SEROCOLD. 

Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. 18, 1813. [Only] s. of 
WilUam, D.D. (1763), Master of Jesus College (and Anne, 
dau. of the Rev. Walter Serocold, of Cherry Hinton). [B. 
Apr. 28, 1796.] Bapt. May 24, 1796, in Jesus College Chapel. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1814; Scholar, 1817; B.A. 1818. 
Migrated to Jesus, Dec. 7, 1818; Scholar; M.A. 1821. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, Feb. 27, 1818. Ord. deacon (London) 
June 2, 1822; priest, Dec. 22, 1822; C. of St Mary-le-Bone, 
London. Took the additional name of Serocold, 1842. F.S.A. 
Of Cherry Hinton, Cambs.; and of Norfolk Street, Park Lane, 
London. J. P. for Cambs. Married (i) 1824, Georgiana 
Elizabeth, dau. of George Smith, M.P.; (2) 1842, Charlotte 
E., dau. of Col. A. Vansittart, of Shottesbrooke, Berks. Died 
Nov. 21, 1849, at Great Malvern. Father of Walter (sub 
Pearce-Serocold, 1844). (Eton Sch. Lists; Boase, Collect. 
Cornub., 688; Scott, MSS.; Inns of Court; Boase, Biblio. 
Cornub., 438-9 ; C/efgy List;G.Mag., 1850, 1. 103; Burke, L.G.) 

PEARCE, ERNEST HAROLD. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. I, 1884. [Eldest] s. of James, Esq., of [23] Savile Row, 
London (and Jane C, dau. of Walter Edmonds, of Penzance). 
B July 23, 1865. School, Christ's Hospital. Matric. Michs. 
1884; Scholar, 1884; B.A. 1887; M.A. 1891; Litt.D. 1918; 
B.D. 1920; D.D. 1924. Hon. Fellow, 1919-30. D.Litt., 
Oxford. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1889; priest, 1890. 
Assistant Master at the S.E. College, Ramsgate, 1889-90; 
at Christ's Hospital, 1891-2. Metrop. Dist. Sec, British and 



Pearce, John 

Foreign Bible Society, 1892-5. V. of Christ Church, Newgate 
Street, London, 1895-iqii, during which period he became 
a member of the stafi of The 2 imes. Assistant Divinity 
Lecturer at Queen's CoUege, London, 1896-9; Professor of 
BibUcal History there, 1899-1905. Canon and Sub-Dean of 
Westminster, 1911; Treasurer, 1912-16; Sub-Dean, 1918-19; 
Archdeacon, 1916-18. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Assistant Chaplain-General; C.B.E.). Sub-Prelate of the 
Order of St John of Jerusalem, 1917. Chaplain to King 
George V, 1918. Bishop of Worcester, 1919-30. Select 
Preacher at Cambridge and Oxford. Lady Margaret Preacher 
at Cambridge, 1922. Hon. Fellow of Worcester College, 
Oxford, 1928. F.S.A. , 1918. Author, Annals of Christ's 
Hospital; The Laws of the Earliest Gospel; William de 
Colchester; The Monks of Westminster; Thomas de Cobham, 
Bishop of Worcester; Hartlebury Castle; Register of Thomas 
de Cobliam, 1317-27. Died suddenly, unmarried, Oct. 28, 
1930, while on his way to the House of Lords for the opening 
of Parliament. Brother of Edmund C. (1889). (Crockford; 
Univ. War List; D.N.B.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; 
Who's Who; Who was Who; The Times, Oct. 29, 1930-) 

PEARCE, FRANCIS HENRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 10, 
1882. S. of John. B. at Broughton, SaUord [age 14 in 1877]- 
School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1882; Scholar, 1882; B.A. 
1885; M.A. 1889. Assistant Master at various schools; 
subsequently a private 'Coach.' Sometime of 28, Adam 
Street, Portman Square, W. Died Dec. 18, 1936, aged 73, 
at the Charterhouse, London. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Peile, u. 
687; The Times, Dec. 21, 1936.) 

PEARCE, FRANCIS HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 27, 
1889. S. of Charles, of Madeley Court, Salop. B. Jan. 6, 
1871, at Madeley. School, Newport Grammar, Salop. Matric. 
Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892; M.B., B.Chir. and M.A. 1903. 
Athletics 'blue' (long jump), 1893. At St Thomas's Hospital. 
M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1896. House Surgeon and House 
Physician, Liverpool Northern Hospital. Senior Assistant 
Resident Medical Officer at Earlswood Asylum in 1910. 
Tuberculosis Officer for Oxfordshire; retired. Of Kingsland, 
10, Cumnor Hill, Oxford, in 1946. (Medical Directories.) 

PEARCE, GEORGE. Adm. at Christ's, July 28, 1789. pf 
Essex. Migrated to Corpus Christi, May 14, 1790. Matric. 
Michs. 1790; Scholar; B.A. 1794; M.A. from Trinity Hall, 
1835. Ord. deacon, 1794; priest, 1796; C. of Stisted, Essex. 
(Peile, II. 327; Cant. Act Book.) 

PEARCE, GEORGE HENEAGE. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 1880. 
Adm. at Cavendish H., Oct. 1881; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1887. 
At St Thomas's Hospital. M.R.C.S., 1898; L.S.A., 1894. 
Sometime Assistant Medical Officer at Brislingtoi. House 
asylum; at the Borough asylum, Leicester, in 1905. (Medical 
Directories.) 

PEARCE, GEORGE THOMAS CONGREVE. Adm. at Clare, 
Oct. 6, 1890. [Eldest s. of the Rev. Percy Frederic John 
(London College of Divinity, 1876), V. of PuUoxhill, Beds.] 
School, CUfton House, Eastbourne. Matric. Michs. 1890; 
B.A. 1893. Ord. deacon (Salisbury) 1895; priest, 1897; C. of 
Blandford Forum, Dorset, 1895-8. C. of Pulloxhill, Beds., 
1898-1900. C. of Lemsford, Herts., 1900-5. R. of Creed, 
Cornwall, 1907-26. Of Fanalong Rock, Wadebridge, Corn- 
wall, in 1951. Brother of Bernard G. (1893). (Scott, MSS.; 
Crockford.) 

PEARCE (or PEARSE), HARRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, Dec. 20, 1794. S. of George, of Witham, Essex. 
School, Witham. Matric. Michs. 1795; Scholar, 1798; B.A. 
1799. Migrated to St Catharine's; M.A. 1802. Fellow of 
St Catharine's, 1801. Junior Proctor, 1807-8; Senior Proctor 
(nominated by King's), 1818-19. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1800; 
priest, 1802; C. of Over, Cambs., 1800. C. of Chesterton, 
1807; C. of Histon, 1810; Chaplain of Cambridge gaol, 1815. 
(C.U. Hist. Reg., 44 and 1047; Ely Ord. Lists.) 

PEARCE, HENRY ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
June 23, 1804. Of Paddington, London. [Doubtless 2nd 
(natural) s. of James Hare (1765). B. July 10, 1785-] School, 
Eton. Matric. Easter, 1806. Migrated to Trinity Hall, 
July 14, 1807. 'Travelled much in the East, and at last 
settled at Cardington, Beds.' Died, 1843, in London. (Eton 
Sch. Lists; Etoniana, 1. 519, 718; Sir Wasey Sterry.) 

PEARCE, HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June i, 1878. 
S. of James, of Craufurd, 'Bay Mead,' Maidenhead, Berks. 
B. there, July 26, 1858. School, University College, London. 
Matric. Michs. 1878; Scholar, 1879; B.A. (zoth Wrangler) 
1882; M.A. 1886. 

PEARCE, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, Aug. 17, 
1784. Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1786; B.A. 1790; M.A. 
1793. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 10, 1790. (Inns of Court.) 



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PEARCE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. i, 1884. 
Of Wiltshire. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1888; M.A. 1894. 
Ord. deacon (Wakefield) 1890; priest, 1893; C. of St Paul's, 
Huddersfield, 1890-3. C. of Batley-Carr, Yorks., 1894-5. 
C. of Eling, Hants., 1895-9. C. of All Saints, Southampton, 
1899-1905. C. of Upavon, Wilts., 1905-7. C. of Famham, 
Surrey, 1907-9. V. of Wanborough, 1909-46. Of Monkgrove, 
Compton, Guildford, in 1951. (Crockford.) 

PEARCE, JOHN NORTHUP. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1890. B. July 23, 1870, at 20, Hampshire Terrace, 
Southsea. School, Devon County, West Buckland. Matric. 
Michs. 1890. 

PEARCE, NIGEL DOUGLAS FRITH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 13, 1881. [Yst.] s. of the Rev. Thomas (Lincoln College, 
Oxford, 1838), of Kempstone, Bourne. B. [Nov. 10], 1862, 
at Morden, Dorset. School, WeUington College. Matric. 
Michs. 1881; Scholar, 1884; B.A. (Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 
1884; M.A. 1888. Of Cedar House, Grantchester, Cambs. 
Married and had issue. Died Sept. 21, 1939, at Grantchester; 
buried there. (Ih^ Times, Sept. 23, 1939; Wellington Coll. 
Reg.) 

PEARCE, PROSSER (or PROSSOR). Adm. sizar at Queens', 
Oct. 20, 1828. Of Devon. [Eldest s. of William Lyfe, of 
Kingsbridge.] Matric. Michs. 1829; B.A. 1833. Ord. deacon, 
1834; priest, 1835. R. of Llanmadoc, Glam., 1835-60. Died 
Apr. II, i860. (G. Mag., i860, i. 523; Crockford.) 

PEARCE, RICHARD. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Queens', Oct. 27, 
1789; from Magdalen Hall, Oxford, whence he had matric. 
May 9, 1787, age 28. [S. of Richard, of Westminster.] 
Matric. Lent, 1790; LL.B. 1795. R. of Husbands Bosworth, 
Leics. 1790. Died Jan. 3, 1814, aged 55. (Al. Oxon.; G. 
Mag., 1814, I. 199; Nicholls, Leics., ii. 468.) 

PEARCE, ROBERT FREEMAN. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 16, 1894. S. of the Rev. Robert John (next). Professor 
of Mathematics in Durham University (and Lydia Freeman 
Moser). B. Apr. 14, 1876, at Durham. School, Durham 
(the Rev. J. M. Marshall). Matric. Michs. 1894; Scholar, 
1894; B.A. (Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1897; (Theol. Trip., 
Pt I, ist Class, 1899); M.A. 1901. Ord. deacon (Newcastle- 
on-Tyne) 1899; priest, 1900; C. of Bedlington, Northumber- 
land, 1899-1901. Lecturer at the C.M.S. College, Calcutta, 
1901-2; Principal, 1902-9. Principal of the C.M.S. Divinity 
School at Cossipur, 1911-15. C.M.S. Supt. Miss, at Nadia, 
1915-20; at Calcutta, 1920-2; at Chapra, 1922-3. C.M.S. 
Secretary, dio. of Calcutta, 1925-35. Hon. Canon of Calcutta, 
1927-36. V. of Rodmersham, Kent, 1936-9. Assistant 
Secretary, B.C. M.S., 1939-46. Of Cape Town, S. Africa, in 
1950. (Crockford.) 

PEARCE, ROBERT JOHN. Adm. pens, at Caius, Mar. 30, i860. 
[Eldest] s. of Robert, of Bury St Edmunds. B. there, 
Sept. 22, 1841. School, Bury St Edmunds (Mr Craske) (not 
at the Grammar School). Matric. Michs. i860; B.A. (^rd 
Wrangler) 1864; M.A. 1867. Fellow. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1865; 
priest, 1866; C. of Windermere, Westmorland, 1866-7. Head 
Maths. Master at Rossall School, 1867-8. C. of Kendal, 
1869-70. Second Master at Blackheath proprietary School, 
Kent, 1870-4. Sunday Evening Lecturer at St Mary Magd., 
Old Fish Street, London, 1872-4. Professor of Mathematics 
at Durham University, 1874-95; Sub-Warden, 1883-95. 
Hon. D.C.L., Durham, 1883. C. of St Giles, Durham, 1880-2; 
V. there, 1884-91. V. of Bedlington, Northumberland, 
1895-1914. Rural Dean of Bedlington, 1898-1914. Hon. 
Canon of Newcastle, 1899-1914. R. of Beachampton, Bucks., 
1914-20. Died Aug. 8, 1920. Father of the above. (Bury 
St Edmunds Sch. Reg., 297; Venn, 11. 348; Crockford; Who 
was Who; The Times, Aug. 10, 1920.) 

PEARCE, STANLEY HERBERT HICKS. Adm. pens, (age 18) 
at Jesus, Oct. i, 1882. S. of Henry Charles, of Loperwood 
Manor, Totton, Southampton. B. there, Sept. 21, 1863. 
School, Winchester. Migrated to Trinity, Oct. 6, 1882. 
Matric. Michs. 1882. (Winchester Coll. Reg., which states 
that he was s. of Henry Stanley Robert, deceased, and step- 
son of Capt. Waterhouse.) 

PEARCE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, May 7, 
1763. S. of William, surgeon, of Cornwall. B. Dec. 3, 1744 
(G. Mag.). Bapt. Dec. 3, 1744 (Biblio. Cornub.), at St 
Keveme. School, Helston. Matric. Michs. 1763; Scholar; 
Chancellor's medal, 1767; prizeman; B.A. (^rd Wrangler) 
1767; M.A. 1770; B.D. 1778; D.D. 1787. Fellow, 1768-88; 
tutor, and President, 1781-7. Orator, 177S-88. Master of 
Jesus, 1789-1820. Vice-Chancellor, 1789-90 and 1806-7. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln, Litt. dim. from Norwich) July 12, 1767; 
priest (Peterb.) June 14, 1772; C. of Ashley and Kirthng, 
Cambs., 1767. R. of Miningsby, Lines., 1774-86. Whitehall 
Preacher, 1772. R. of Houghton Conquest, Beds., 1786-1820. 



Pearce -Serocold, Oswald 

Master of the Temple, 1787-97. Cole said of his appointment 
as Orator, ' Mr Pearce has every quaUfication but person and 
manner.' Gunning writes, ' Dr Barnes laid down his office of 
Vice-Chancellor on 3rd Nov. 1789, and the greater part of 
his speech consisted of a violent Philippic against the Bishop 
of Ely. On the following day Dr Pearce was elected, and his 
speech, from beginning to end, was an unqualified eulogium 
on the same Prelate, from whom he had received the Master- 
ship of Jesus.' R. of Wentworth, Isle of Ely, 1799-1S20. 
Dean of Ely, 1797- 1820. Married, Apr. 21, 1795, Anne, 
eldest dau. of the Rev. Walter Serocold, of Cherry Hmton, 
Cambs. Author, Sermons. Died Nov. 14, 1820, at Jesus 
College, Lodge. M.I. in the College Chapel. Father of Edward 
S. (1813). (St John's Coll. Adm., iii. 689; Northants. Clergy; 
Boase, Biblio. Cornub., 438; G. Mag., 1820, 11. 466.) 

PEARCE, WILLIAM FLETCHER. Matric. Non-CoU. from 
Cavendish H., Michs. 1886. [Only s. of William, of St Albans, 
Herts. B. Sept. 18, 1869. School, St Albans.] Matric. Michs. 
1886; B.A. i8go. Migrated to Downing; M.A. 1909. 
Assistant Master at Quemmore School, Bromley, Kent, 
1890-5; at the High School, Islington, 1895-8; at Brighton 
College, 1898-1912. Ord. deacon (Chichester) 1909; priest, 
1910; C. of St Mary's, Brighton, 1909-11. V. of Sennicots, 
Sussex, 1913-19. V. of Apuldram, 1919-29. Head Master 
of the Prebendal School at Chichester, 1912-29. Preb. of 
Chichester, 1911-29. V. of East Dean with Friston, 1929-35. 
Died Nov. 7, 1935; buried at East Dean. (Schoolmasters' 
Directories; Who was Who; Crockford; The Times, Nov. 9, 
1935.) 

PEARCE, WILLIAM GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 10, 1881. [Only] s. of William, Naval architect, M.P. 
(post Bart.) (for whom see D.N.B.), of 10, Park Terrace, 
Glasgow (and Dinah EUzabeth, dau. of Robert Sowter, of 
Gravesend). B. [July 23], 1861, at Rochester. School, 
Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884; LL.B. 1884; M.A. 
1888. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 4, 1882. CaUed to 
the Bar, Nov. 17, 1885. Succeeded his father as 2nd Bart., 
1888. M.P. for Plymouth, 1892-5. Chairman of the Fairfield 
shipbuilding and engineering Co. Ltd. Of Cardell, Wemyss 
Bay, and Chilton Lodge, Hungerford, Berks. J. P. for Wilts, 
and Berks. Married, Mar. 18, 1905, Caroline Eva, dau. of 
Robert Coote. Died, s.p., Nov. 2, 1907. Left the residue of 
his property, subject to his wife's life interest, about £150,000, 
to Trinity; 'the College thus acquired probably the most 
valuable of the many accessions which have been made to 
its endowments since its foundation by Henry VIII.' (Rugby 
Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; Inns of Court; D.N.B.; Who was Who.) 

PEARCE, WILLIAM PETER, .-^dm. FeU.-Com. at Downing, 
Mar. 24, 1869. Matric. Easter, 1869; B.A. 1873; M.A. 1878. 
Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1872; priest, 1873; C. of St Mary's, 
Lambeth, 1872-4. Assistant Morning Preacher at St 
Michael's, Comhill, London, 1873-4. Evening Lecturer at 
the Pro-Cathedral, Melbourne, Australia, 1877-83. C. of 
St Martin-in-the-Fields, London, 1887-g. R. of Ayot 
St Lawrence, Herts., 1889-1900. Died Apr. 27, 1900. 
(Crockford; The Times, Apr. 30, 1900.) 

PEARCE, — . Adm. at Jesus, Oct. i, 1882. School, Bradfield. 
Did not reside. 

PEARCE-EDGCUMBE, EDWARD ROBERT (1870), see 
PEARCE, E. R. 

PEARCE-SEROCOLD, EDWARD (1813), see PEARCE, E. S. 

PEARCE-SEROCOLD, EDWARD JOHN. Adm. at Trinity 
Hall, 1889. [Eldest] s. of George [Edward], of 'Cherry- 
hinton,' Torquay (and his ist wife, ."^my, only dau. of John 
Crow Richardson, of Pant-y-Gwydir, Swansea). [B. Mar. 27, 
1871.] School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892. 
Of Glanbrydan Park, Llandilo, Carmarthenshire, in 1906. 
(Winchester Coll. Reg.; Burke, L.G.) 

PEARCE-SEROCOLD, OSWALD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 20, 1883. [Eldest] s. of Charles, of Taplow Hill, Maiden- 
head, Berks, (and Marie, dau. of Col. George St Leger 
Grenfell). B. there [July 24], 1865. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886. Capt., ist Vol. Batt., Royal Berks. 
Regt., 1887; Lieut.-Col., 1900-6; Brevet-Col., 4th Royal 
Berks. Regt., 1910-16. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Lieut.-Col., Royal Berks. Regt. (T.F. Res.); C.M.G., 1916; 
mentioned in despatches; mentioned in the Secretary of 
State's List for 'Valuable ser\'ices'; Hon. Col., 1920). Of 
Taplow Hill, Taplow, Bucks. Chairman of Watney, Combe, 
Reid and Co. Ltd., London. J. P. and D.L. for Bucks. 
Married, 1901, Gwendolyn, dau. of Charles Combe, of 
Cobham Park, Surrey, and had issue. Died May 7, 1951. 
(Army Lists; Univ. War List; Burke, L.G.; Who's Who; 
Kelly, Handbook; The Times, May 8, 1951.) 



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PEARCE-SEROCOLD, WALTER SEROCOLD. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Oct. 22, 1844. [S. of the Rev. Edward Serocold 
(1813) (by his 1st wife). B. Aug. 7, 1825. SchooL Eton 
(Walter S. Pearce).] Capt., the 66th Regt. Lived for some- 
time in Canada. Married Amelie, dau. of the Hon. — Duval, 
a Judge, of Quebec. Latterly (1864) of Cherry Hinton, 
Cambs. {Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, L.G.; Sir Wasey Starry.) 
PEARD, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, June 22, 
1836. S. of Henr>', Esq. (? Pembroke College, Oxford, 1801), 
of Bath. Matric. Michs. 1836; Scholar, 1838 (CivU Law 
Classes, ist Class, 1838-9); LL.B. 1843. 
PEARETH, albert. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 21, 1859. 
S. of William (1825), of Hastings. B. Apr. 25, 1841, at 
Sandgate, Kent. School, Sandhurst, Berks. Matric. Michs. 
1859. Migrated to St Catharine's, Jan. 29, 1861; B.A. 1864. 
Of Thorpe MandeviUe, Northants., and latterly of Bognor, 
Sussex. Married. June 18, 1862, Margaret Emma, 4th dau. 
of the Rev. Evan Nepean, Canon of Westminster. Died 
Apr. 19, 1869. Father of the next; brother of William (1848). 
(Burke, L.G.) 
PEARETH, EDWARD ALGERNON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 30, 18S7. S. of Albert (above), of 9, Colebrook Terrace, 
Bognor, Sussex. B. [Jan. 13], 1869, at Horsmonden, Kent. 
School, Radley. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. iSgo. At WeUs 
Theological College, but does not appear to have taken 
Holy Orders. Married Marie, dau. of H. Hansen, of Echuca, 
Australia. Died Jan. 21, 1895, at Hyeres, France. {Radley 
Reg.) 
PEARETH, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) at Trinity, 
Apr. 19, 1825. S. of Richard [Thomas] [of Usworth, Gates- 
head] (and Isabella, dau. of the Rev. Robert Dent, P.C. of 
Lanchester, Co. Durham). B. [Dec. 13, 1807], at Newcastle- 
on-Tyne. School, Mareham, Lines. Matric. IVUchs. 1825; 
B..-^. 1829. Of Usworth House, Thorpe MandeviUe, 
Northants. Married, June i, 1830, Katherine, dau. of 
Thomas Law Hodge, M.P., of Hemsted Park, Kent. Died 
Sept. 19, 1854. Father of Albert (1859) and of the next. 
(F. P. White; Burke, L.G.) 
PEARETH, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
May 25, 1848. [ist] s. of WiUiam (above). [B. May 25, 1831. 
School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1848. Capt., 4th Light 
Dragoons. Married, Oct. 21, 1856, Ceciha, dau. of John 
Lennox Kincaid-Lennox. J. P. for Co. Durham; High Sheriff, 
1865. Died July 16, 1870. Brother of Albert (1859). {Etm 
Sch. Lists.) 
PEARL, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pembroke, Apr. 27, 
1846. Eldest s. of George, farmer, of Hoxton {sic), Suffolk, 
deceased. B. there. Matric. Michs. 1846; Scholar, 1846. 
PEARLESS, SIDNEY HARRISON. Adm. at Clare, July 7, 
1891. [B. Feb. 6, 1873.] School, Brighton College. Matric. 
Michs. 1891. A tea-planter in Ceylon. Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (the Rifle Brigade; in France, 1914-18; Capt., 
R.A.S.C.). {Brighton Coll. Reg.; Matrics. and Degrees, 
1851-1900, erroneously caUs him Pearce.) 
PEARMAN, EDWARD WOOD. .\dni. pens, at St John's, 
May 10, 1851. Of Wanvickshire. S. of Edward Thomas, 
solicitor, of Priory Row, Coventry (and Caroline). B. in the 
parish of Holy Trinity, Coventry. Bapt. Aug. 19, 1831. 
Matric. Lent, 1852. 
PEARMAN, JOHN BARTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 27, 
1889. S. of John [sohcitor], of Heathfield, Balham HiU, 
Surrey. B. [Aug. 18], 1871, at Balham. Schools, West- 
minster [and St Paul's]. Matric. Michs. 18S9; B.A. 1892; 
LL.B. 1895. Adm. Solicitor, June, 1896; practised in Norfolk 
Street, Strand, London (Messrs Barton and Pearman) . Died 
May 7, 1944, at 'Northlands,' Wamham, Sussex. Brother 
of the next. (Record of Old Westminsters; St Paul's Sch. Reg.; 
Lam Lists; The Times, May 10, 1944.) 
PEARMAN, RICHARD CARROL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 15, 1891. S. of John [solicitor], of [Wamham, Sussex, 
and] 'Heathfield,' Balham Hill, London. B. [Mar. 4], 1873. 
in London. Schools, Westminster [and St Paul's]. Matric. 
Michs. 1891; B.A. 1895. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 
June 22, 1898. Equity Draftsman. Adm. Solicitor, 1913; 
practised in London. Died Nov. 14, 1946, at "Dunsfold," 
Hurstmonceux, Sussex. Brother of the above. {Record of 
Old Westminsters; St Paul's Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; The Times, 
Nov. 16, 1946.) 
PEARMAN, WILLIAM DA VIES. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
July 31, 1865. S. of John Jackson, Esq., of Whittington, 
Stourbridge. [B. Apr. 15, 1846.] Matric. Michs. 1865; 
Scholar, 1867; B.A. 1869; M.A. 1872. Ord. deacon, 1883; 
priest (Jamaica) 1886. ClassicalTutor at Toronto University; 
Head Master of Potsdam School (subsequently Munro 
College), Jamaica, 1882-1907. Edited Cicero. Died May 26, 
1907; buried at St Mary's Church, Southfield, Jamaica. 
M.I. there. (T. A. Walker, 526; W. Cowper.) 



Pearse, Charles 

PEARNE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Peterhouse, 
C.July 9, 1772. B. in Kent. [Only s. of Thomas, of Deptford.] 
School, private. Matric. Michs. 1772; Scholar, 1773; B.A. 
(i4i/i Wrangler) 1777; M.A. 1780. Fellow, 1781. Adm. at 
the Middle Temple, Nov. 4, 1777. 'Put on the Law line,' 
July 7, 1792. Died Dec. 4, 1827. M.I. in St Mary-the-Less, 
Cambridge. {T. A . Walker, 336 {sub Peme) ; Inns of Court.) 

PEARS, HENRY EDWIN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity Hall, 
Sept. I, 1877. [Eldest] s. of Edwin, barrister [and historical 
writer], of Constantinople (for whom see D.N.B.). Matric. 
Michs. 1877. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 5, 1879. 
CaOed to the Bar, June 21, 1S82. Of Constantinople. Died 
May 5, 1946, in London. {Laiu Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, 
Men at the Bar; The Times, May 8, 1946.) 

PEARS, JAMES HENRY STEWART. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, May 31, 1855. Of Gloucestershire. [2nd s. of the 
Rev. James Robert, (of Magdalen College, Oxford, 1820). 
B. July 24, 1838, at Cheltenham.] Migrated to Jesus, 
Apr. II, 1856. Matric. Michs. 1856. Married, 1871, Mary 
Elizabeth Salmon. Died Oct. 7, 1875, in Long Island, U.S.A. 
{Hoivard and Crisp, vi. 99.) 

PEARS, The Rev. STEUART ADOLPHUS. B.D. 1847; incorp. 
from Oxford. [7th s. of the Rev. James (New College, Oxford, 
1795), Head Master of Bath Grammar School. B. Nov. 20, 
1815, at Pirbright, Surrey. School, Bath (his father).] Matric. 
from Corpus Christi College, Oxford, June 15, 1832; B.A. 
(Oxford) 1836; M.A. (Oxford) 1839; B.D. (Oxford) 1846; D.D. 
(Oxford) 1857. FeUow of Corpus Christi; Dean, 1844-5. FeUow 
and Tutor of Durham University, 1846. Ord. deacon, 1839; 
priest, 1843. Assistant Master at Harrow School, 1847-54. 
Head Master of Repton School, 1854-74; built many new 
houses, and ' raised the school from a local Granmiar School 
of fifty bo>-s, to a first grade PubUc School of nearly three 
hundred.' R. of Childrey, Berks., 1874-5- Translated letters 
from Sir PhiUp Sydney to his friend Hubert Languet. 
Married, 1S47, Catherine, dau. of the Rev. Temple Chevallier, 
Professor of mathematics and Hebrew in Durham University. 
Died Dec. 15, 1875, at Childrey. A speech-room, named after 
him, was erected at Repton. {Boase, 11. 1418; Al. Oxon.; 
D.N.B.; Howard and Crisp, vi. 107.) 

PEARS, STEUART EDMUND. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1897. 
[3rd] s. of James Maurice, deceased. [B. Nov. 25, 1875.] 
School, Heidelberg College, and at Edinburgh University. 
Matric. Michs. 1897. Entered the I.C.S., 1898; served three 
years in the Punjab; transferred to PoUtical Department, 
1901. PoUtical Agent, North Waziristan, 1904-9; at Kurram, 
1910-12; in the Khyber, 1912-17. PoUtical Agent at Mala- 
kand, 1919. Delegate to the .\nglo-Afghan Conference at 
Mussoorie, 1920. Resident, Waziristan, 1922-3; Chief Com- 
missioner in Baluchistan, 1924; Resident, Mysore, 1925-30. 
Chief Commissioner, N.W. Frontier Province, 1930-1. C.I.E., 
1916; C.S.I. , 1923; K.C.I.E., 1931. Died Sept. 9, 1931, at 
Nathir GaU, as the result of a faU whilst walking. (Scott, 
MSS.; I.C.S. Lists; Who was Who; The Times, Sept. 11, 
1931-) 

PEARS-ARCHBOLD, J. A. (1869), see ARCHBOLD. 

PEARSALL, CHARLES WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Trinity, 
Sept. 30, 1899. [Eldest] s. of WiUiam Booth, of 13, Upper 
Merrion Street, Dublin. B. July 11, 1880, in DubUn. School, 
Bath CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902; M.A. 1907. 
Went to South Africa, 1902. Assistant Director of Census 
and Statistics, S. Africa, 1938. Represented the Union at 
the World Economic Conference, 1933; the Ottawa Statistical 
Conference, 1935, and the International Labour Conference, 
1938. Died Aug. 5, 1939, at Pretoria. {The Times, Aug. 7, 
I939-) 

PEARSE, ATHOL STEWART JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 5, 1889. [2nd] s. of Reginald Thomas [M.D.], of Gros- 
venor House, Cathedral Road, Cardifi. B. [Oct. 12], 1871, 
at Cardiff. School, Repton. Matric. AUchs. 1889; B.A. 1892; 
M.A. 1896; M.B. and B.Chir. 1897. At Guy's Hospital. 
M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1896. Practised for many years in 
Cardiff. Medical Officer, Cardiff provident dispensary. Of 
'Elton,' Uplyme, Devon, in 1948. Brother of Reginald W. 
(1888). {Repton Sch. Reg., which gives 'bom 1870'; Medical 
Directories.) 

PEARSE, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 27, 1886. 
S. of Charles. B. Dec. 24, 1867, at Carlton-ColviUe, SuffoUc. 
School, Bedford Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1SS6; B.A. 1889. 
A private tutor for two years. Studied brewing at Rickmans- 
worth. Acquired Messrs Cooper, Brown and Co.'s brewery 
at East Dereham and Eaton, Norfolk, continuing to trade 
under the name of Cooper, Brown and Co. Of Gorgate HaU 
and Mount Pleasant, East Dereham. J. P. for NorfoUc. 
{Peile, II. 724-) 



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PEARSE, EDWARD BURROUGHES. Adm. at Cavendish H., 
Oct. 1881. [2nd s. of Arthur, surgeon, of Botesdale, Suffolk. 
B. June 19, 1863. School, Bury St Edmunds.] Matric. Michs. 
1881; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1889. Migrated to Downing, July i, 
1893. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1887; priest, 1S88; C. of 
Milton-ne.xt-Gravesend, 1887-90. C. of Worlingworth, 
Suffolk, 1890-2. C. of St Peter Mancroft, Norwich, 1892-4. 
R. of St Peter Southgate, with St Etheldreda, Norwich, 
1894-1916. R. of Great with Little Wacton, Norfolk, 
1916-30. Rural Dean of Depwade, 192/-30. Married Cecile 
Bocock, of The Manor House, Gazeley, Cambs. Died Oct. 23, 
1930, at Wacton rectory. {Bury St Edmunds Sch. Reg.; 
Crockford; The Times, Oct. 27, 1930.) 

PEARSE, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, Nov. 23, 
1815. S. of Charles, farmer, of Carlton-Colville, Suffolk. B. 
there. Schools, Diss, Yarmouth and Norwich. Matric. Michs. 
1816; B.A. 1820; M.A. 1831. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 17, 
1821; priest, Sept. 22, 1822. V. of Henley, Suffolk, 1831. 
P.C. of St Saviour's, Norwich, 1831. P.C. of St Martin-at- 
Oak, Norwich, 1831-50. Minor Canon of Norwich. V. of 
Martham, Norfolk, 1834-76. Died Sept. 5, 1882, aged 84, at 
Holy Trinity vicarage, Burnley. Father of Thomas G. (1854). 
(Venn, 11. 166; Scott, MSS.; Crockford; The Guardian, 
Sept. 30, 1882.) 

PEARSE, GEORGE JOSEPH. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
July 2, 1851. [3rd] s. of the Rev. Thomas (1815). B. at 
Westoning, Beds. School, King Edward's, Birmingham. 
Matric. Michs. 1851; Scholar, 1854; B.A. 1855; M.A. 1858. 
Assistant Master at Sherborne Grammar School, 1S55-6 and 
1859. Died Nov. 12, 1903, at Upton Park, Plaistow, Esse.x, 
aged 70. Brother of John T. (1848) and John C. (i860). 
(The limes, Nov. 14, 1903). 

PEARSE, HARRY (1794), see PEARCE. 

PEARSE, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Feb. 2, 
1825. Of Bedfordshire. Matric. Michs. 1825; Scholar, 1826; 
B.A. (3isi Wrangler) 1829; M.A. 1832. Ord. deacon, 1829; 
priest, 1830. R. of St John's, Bedford, 1835-89. Rural Dean 
of Bedford (Div. i), 1865-74. Died Mar. 2, 1889, aged 82, 
at St John's rectorj'. (Crockford; The Guardian, Mar. 6, 
1889.) 

PEARSE, HUGH CHERNOCKE. Adm. at King's, Apr. 15, 1897. 
S. of the Rev. George Wingate (Trinity College, Oxford, 
1841), of Walton vicarage, Bucks. Schools, Solihull Grammar 
and King's College, London. Matric. Easter, 1897; B.A. 
1900. Assistant Master at St Ninian's School, Moffat, 1900-7. 
Ord. deacon (Ely) 1907; priest, 1908; C. of Mildenhall, 
Suffolk, 1907-9. C. of Finchley, London, 1909-12. C. of 
Crewkeme, Somerset, 1912-25. Assistant Master at Crew- 
kerne Grammar School, 1912-29. R. of Chiselborough with 
West Chinnock, 1929-35. P.C. of Long Load, 1935-46. Of 
Laurel Cottage, Litton Cheney, Dorchester in 1951. (King's 
Coll. Reg.; Schoolmasters' Directories; Crockford.) 

PEARSE, JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 14, 1844. 
[2nd] s. of Theed, Esq., soUcitor, of Bedford (and Lucy). 
B. there. Bapt. Apr. 2, 1826. School, Bedford. Matric. 
Michs. 1844; Scholar; B.A. (20th Wrangler) 1848. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, Apr. 18, 1848. Called to the Bar, May 2, 
185 1. Disbarred, at his own request. May 29, 1857. Adm. 
Solicitor, 1861; practised at Bedford. Died Jan. 19, 1892, at 
Bedford. (Eagle, xvin. 551; Law Lists; Inns of Court.) 

PEARSE, JOHN. B.A. 1760, incorp. from Oxford; M.A. 1760. 
Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 27, 1760. [S. of John, of 
Morebath, Devon.] Matric. from Oriel College, Oxford, 
Dec. II, 1745, age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 1749. R- of East 
Homdon and V. of Great Burstead, Essex, when he died, 
Dec. I, 1767. (Al. Oxon.; G. Mag., 1767, n. 611; Cant. Act 
Books ('Peirse'), ii, 163.) 

PEARSE, JOHN COOPER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 9, 
i860. S. of the Rev. Thomas (1815), of Westoning, Beds. 

B. there, Apr. 18, 1842. School, Sherborne. Matric. Michs. 
i860; B.A. 1864. Clerk to the Ecclesiastical Commission, 
1865-1906; retired. Died in 1914. Brother of John T. (1848) 
and George J. (1851). (Sherborne Reg.) 

PEARSE, JOHN GILBERD. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Dec. 2, 
1845. 2nd s. of John Gilberd, lawyer, of Broomhouse, near 
South Molton, Devon. B. there, Oct. 12, 1826. School 
[Blundell's], Tiverton (Mr Sanders). Matric. Lent, 1846; 
B.A. 1850; M.A. i860. Ord. deacon, 1850; priest, 1851; 

C. of Chivelstone, Devon, 1850-7. C. of St David's, Exeter, 
1857-61. R. of AUhallows-on-the-Wall, E.xeter, 1861-1904. 
Latterly of St David's Hill, Exeter, where he died July 25, 
1910. (Blundell's Sch. Reg.; Crockford; The Times, July 27, 
1910.) 



Pearse, William John 

PEARSE, JOHN HARVEY. Adm. at Clare, June 11, 1881. 
[S. of the Rev. John Thomas (next). B. 1862. School, 
Sherborne.] Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1890. 
Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1886; priest, 1887; C. of Braboume, 
Kent, 1886-8. C. of St Mary's, Battersea, 1888-9. C. of 
St Andrew's, Bethnal Green, 1889-91. C. of Chiddingstone, 
Kent, 1893-6. Lie. Pr., dio. of Oxford, 1897-1905. Chaplain 
to St George's Homes, Bourton Street, London, W., 1905-8. 
Received into the Roman CathoUc Church, 1927; ord. priest, 
1929. Of St Augustine's, Gensing Lodge, St Leonards-on- 
Sea, in 1948. (Sherborne Reg.) 

PEARSE, JOHN THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
July 5, 1848. [Eldest] s. of [the Rev.] Thomas (1815), V. of 
Westoning, Beds. B. there. School, King Edwaird's, Bir- 
mingham. Matric. Michs. 1848; BeU Scholar, 1849; Scholar, 
1851; B.A. (gth Classic) 1852; M.A. 1855. Ord. deacon 
(Salisbury) 1854; priest, 1857. Assistant Master at King's 
School, Sherborne, 1852-60. Head Master of Birkenhead 
School, 1860-83. V'. of Grassendale, Lanes., 1884-5. V. of 
Braboume with Monks-Horton, Kent, 1885-93. R- of Chid- 
dingstone, Kent, 1893-1905. Resided subsequently at 
Edenbridge, where he died, aged 83, Dec. 14, 1912. Father 
of the above. Brother of George J. (1851) and John C. (i860). 
(Crockford; The Times, Dec. 17, 1912.) 

PEARSE, MARK GUY. Adm. at King's, Sept. 30, 1892. S. of 
Mark Guy, Wesleyan Minister, of 29, Buckingham Mansions, 
London, N.W. [School, The Leys, Cambridge.] Matric. 
Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1899. Member of Mansfield 
House University Settlement, 1896-1905. Assistant Master 
at Carpenter's School, Stratford, 1898-1902 and 1903-4; at 
St Olave's School, London, 1904-33-. Married, 1907, Elsie 
Mary, dau. of Albert Coddington, of Blackburn, and had 
issue. Died Jan. 25, 1952. (King's Coll. Reg.; Schoolmasters' 
Directories; The Times, Jan. 28, 1952.) 

PEARSE, REGINALD WILLIAM. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 8, 1888. 
[Eldest s. of Reginald Thomas, M.D., of Cardiff. B. Oct. 26, 
1869.] School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891; 
M.A. 1896. Ord. deacon (Salisbury) 1893; priest, 1894; C. of 
Netherbury, Dorset, 1893-6. C. of Newton-Ferrers, Devon, 
1896-1900. C. of Careby with Holywell, Lines., 1900-15. 
C. of Feniton, Devon, 1917-19; R. there, 1919-24. Died 
July 24, 1924. Brother of Athol S. J. (1889). (Repton Sch. 
Reg.; Crockford; The Guardian, Aug. i, 1924.) 

PEARSE, ROBERT CHARLES THOMAS. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Feb. 27, 1846. S. of Thomas, of Odiham, Hants. 
Matric. Michs. 1846. Brother of William J. (1847). 

PEARSE, SHORTRUDGE. B.A. 1786, incorp. from Oxford; M.A. 
1786. Adm. pens, at Sidney, May 23,1786. [S. of Thomas, gent, 
(apothecary) (and — Shortrudge), of Tiverton. School, Blun- 
dell's, Tiverton.] Matric. from Exeter College, Oxford, Mar. 26, 
1779, age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 1783. R. of Thelbridge, Devon, 
1793-1803. Buried, on the same day and in the same grave 
as his father, at Thelbridge, Apr. 27, 1803. (Blundell's Sch., 
Tiverton, Reg.; Al. Oxon.; Reg. of Commoners, Exeter Coll.) 

PEARSE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 26, 1815. 
B. [1797], in Bedford. Matric. Michs. 1815; Scholar, 1815; 
B.A. 1819; M.A. 1822. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 31, 1820; 
priest, Jan. 13, 1822. V. of Westoning, IBeds., 1823-gi. 
V. of Harlington, 1826-54. Died June 14, 1891, aged 93, at 
Westoning vicarage. Father of John T. (1848), George J. 
(1851) and John C. (i860). (Boase, 11. 1420; Eagle, .xvii. 
206; Cant. Act Book; Crockford; The Guardian, June 17, 
1891.) 

PEARSE, THOMAS GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Caius, Dec. 30, 
1854. S. of the Rev. G[eorge] (1815), V. of Martham, Norfolk. 

B. Sept. 19, 1836, at Norwich. Schools, at home [and Radley]. 
Matric. Michs. 1856; B.A. i860. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1862; 
priest (Exeter) 1864. C. of Menheniot, Cornwall, in 1865. 

C. of Martham, Norfolk, 1866-81. Afterwards joined the 
Church of Rome and went to the U.S A. (Venn, 11. 322; 
Radley Coll. Reg.) 

PEARSE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, July 4, 
1803. Of Huntingdonshire. Matric. Michs. 1804; Scholar, 
1804; B.A. 1808; M.A. iSii. Ord. priest (London) Mar. 18, 
1810; 'B.A. of Jesus (sic) College, Cambridge.' P.C. of 
Sturston, Norfolk, 1814-16. R. of HanweU, Oxon., 1816-61. 
Died Aug. 29, 1861, aged 75, at the Grove, Godmanchester, 
Hunts. (Clergy List; G. Mag., 1861, 11. 452.) 

PEARSE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 16, 1819. 
Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1819; 13.A. 1823; M.A. 1826. 
C. of Fairlight, Sussex, -1841-9. Subsequently for some years 

in Clergy List without cures. 

PEARSE, WILLIAM FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 

Jan. I, 1848. Name off, Oct. 2, 1848. 

PEARSE, WILLIAM JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 14, 
1847. S. of Thomas, of Odiham, Hants. Matric. Lent, 1849. 
Brother of Robert C. T. (1846). 



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Pearson, Alexander Craig 

PEARSON, ALEXANDER CRAIG. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
July 3, 1854. S. of Henry, gent, (and Mary). B. at Dartford, 
Kent. Bapt. Nov. 2, 1845. Matric. Michs. 1854; B.A. 1858. 
Assistant Master at Tonbridge School, 1862. Died before 
1910. {Tonbridge Sch. Reg.) 

PEARSON, ALFRED CHILTON. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Tune II, 1879. [4th] s. of Robert Heniy [merchant, of 
23, Campden Hill Square]. B. [Oct. 8, 1861], at Notting 
Hill, London. Schools, Highgate and King's College School. 
Matric. Michs. 1879; Scholar, 1879 (Class. Trip., ist Class, 
Ft I, 1881; Pt. II, ist Class, 1883); B.A. 1884; M.A. 1887; 
Hare prize, 1889; Litt.D. 1919. Hon. Fellow, 1922-35. 
Professorial Fellow of Trinity, 1921-35. Hon. Litt.D., 
Manchester, 1926. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Oct. 6, 1882. 
Called to the Bar, June 17, 1885. Second Master at Bury 
St Edmunds School, 1890-2; Sixth Form Master at Ipswich 
School, 1892-3; .'Assistant Master at Dulwich College, 1893- 
1901. For a time occupied in business in London. Gladstone 
Professor of Greek at Liverpool University, 19 19-21. Regius 
Professor of Greek at Cambridge, 1921-8. Devoted himself 
to the study of the Greek tragedians, excelhng as an 
expounder of Sophocles. F.B.A., 1924. Author, Fragments 
of Zeno and Cleanthea; editions of Euripides' Helena; 
Heraclidae; Phoenissae; an Abridgement of Jebb's Sophocles' 
Ajax; edited Headlam's Aeschylus' Agamemnon; Fragments 
of Sophocles; etc. Married, 1885, Edith Maud, 4th dau. of 
R. Green, and had issue. Died Jan. 2, 1935, in London; 
buried at Cherry Hinton, Cambs. (Peile, 11. 669; Law Lists; 
Inns of Court; Who's Who; The Times, Jan. 3, I935-) 

PEARSON, ALFRED WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 28, 1874. S. of John, of Golbome Park, Ne\vton-le- 
Willows, Lanes. B. Aug. 8, 1854, in Liverpool. School, 
Southport, Lanes. Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 1878. Brother 
of Charles E. (1878). 

PEARSON, ALLAN CAMPBELL. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
Oct. I, 1893. S. of David Ritchie, surgeon, of Upper Philli- 
more Place, London. B. Apr. 18, 1874. School, St Paul's. 
Matric. Michs. 1893; exhibitioner; B.A. 1896; M.B. and 
B.Chir. 1901; D.P.H. 1901. At St George's Hospital. 
M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1900. Civil Surgeon, Brigade of Guards, 
1900-3. Deputy Medical Officer, H.M. prisons, Manchester, 
Liverpool, and Holloway. Medical Officer, H.M. Borstal 
Institution, Rochester. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Major, R.A.M.C; M.C.). Medical Officer, H.M. prison, 
Wandsworth. Of Polegate, Sussex in 1951. Brother of James 
R. (1890). {Medical Directories.) 

PEARSON, ALLEYNE WARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pem- 
broke, June 27, 1851. 5th s. of the Rev. John Norman 
(1804), of Tunbridge Wells [and Harriet Puller]. B. [Dec. 10, 
1832], at Islington, Middlesex. [School, Marlborough College.] 
Matric. Michs. 1851; B.A. (Moral Sci. Trip., ist Class) 1855; 
Whewell prize, 1855; M.A. i860. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 1855; 
priest, 1856; C. of Sunningdale, Berks., 1855-8. Chaplain at 
Arcot, Madras, 1858-60; at Vepery, 1862-4; in Madras 
Cathedral, 1865-7. V. of Charlecote, Warws., 1868-70. V. of 
Waterperry, Oxon., 1870-6. V. of Headington, 1876-80. 
R. of St Margaret's, Canterbury, 1880-7. R. of Halstead, 
Kent, 1887-91. Married, Aug. 18, 1864, Elizabeth, dau. of 
George Hume, of Toft, Warws., and had issue. Lived latterly 
at East Pallant, Chichester, where he died Nov. 16, 1904. 
Brother of John (1837) and Christopher R. (1845). {Marl- 
borough Coil. Reg., A. P. Burke, Family Records; Burke, 
Col. Gentry, i. 91; Crockford; Catnbridge Chronicle, Nov. 25, 
1904.) 

PEARSON, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, June 8, 
1823. S. of John [of Arran Lodge, Bognor, Sussex (and 
Anne Broadhurst)]. B. [Aug. 8, 1803], in London. School, 
Mareham, Lines. Matric. Michs. 1823; B.A. 1827; M.A. 1832. 
Ord. deacon (London), June 10, 1827; priest, Oct. 7, 1827. 
R. of Springfield, Essex, 1827-86. Rural Dean of Chelmsford. 
1877. Married, Feb. 11, 1836, Sophia Jane, dau. of Thomas 
F. Jepp, of Chelmsford. Died Sept. 24, 1886, at Springfield 
rectory. Father of Tindal A. (1864); brother of John (1823). 
(Burke, P. and B.; Crockford; The Guardian, Sept. 29, 1886.) 

PEARSON, ARTHUR. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1889. S. of John 
Cox, of Wolverhampton. B. there, Feb. 27, 1871. Schools, 
Worcester Cathedral and TettenhaU College. Matric. Michs. 
1889; B.A. 1893. An electrical engineer. Branch Manager 
of Messrs Crompton and Co., Birmingham. (Venn, 11. 509.) 

PEARSON (post PEARSON-GEE), ARTHUR BEILBY. Adm. 
pens, (age 17) at Trinity Hall, Apr. 25, 1873. [Eldest] s. 
of William [Q.C.], of 5, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, London. 
[B. Nov. 2, 1855.] Schools, [University College and] Rugby. 



Pearson, Charles Burgess Nicholas 

Matric. Michs. 1873; Scholar, 1874; B.A. 1877. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, June 9, 1875. Called to the Bar, June 25, 
1879. Assumed the additional surname of Gee, by Royal 
Licence, 1885. On the North-Eastem Circuit. Member of 
the Joint Board of Examiners of the Inns of Court, 188 1-5. 
Author, legal. Died Jan. 9, 1896, at his residence in London. 
Brother of Carl (1875). (University Coll. Sch. Reg.; Law 
Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men ai the Bar; The Standard, 
Jan. 11, 1896.) 

PEARSON, ARTHUR CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Magdalene, July i, 1865. [Younger] s. of John, Esq., of 
South Wingfield, Derbs. (and Georgiana Louisa, dau. of 
Charles Dashwood, of Beccles, Suffolk). [B. June i, 1846.] 
School, Beccles. Matric. Michs. 1865; B.A. 1869; M.A. 1872. 
Ord. deacon (Gloucester and Bristol) 1869; priest, 1870; 
C. of Northleach, Gloucs., 1870-2. Chaplain (Eccles. Estab.), 
Bengal; in Calcutta Cathedral, 1873; at Allahabad, 1873-6; 
at Mouknein and Rangoon, 1876-9; at Dagshai, 1879 and 
1880-1; with the Khyber Line Field Force, 1879-80; at 
Rawal Pindi, 1880; at Barrackpore, 1882-4; at Luckndw, 
1885-9; at Landour, 1889-91; at Nagpur, 1892. V. of 
IlketshaU St Margaret, Suffolk, 1893-8. R. of Ringsfield with 
Little Redisham, 1898-1925. Married, Apr. 22, 1885, 
Katherine Adele Madeline, dau. of the Rev. Frederick M. 
Arnold, sometime R. of Ringsfield, and had issue. Died 
Mar. 14, 1934, at Beccles. Brother of Henry (1863). (Crock- 
ford; Burke, L.G.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The 
Times, Mar. 22, 1934.) 

PEARSON, ARTHUR HUGH. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', 
Oct. 16, 1827. [7th s. of John, F.R.S., M.R.C.S., of Golden 
Square, London (and Sarah Norman). B. Feb. 21, 1804.] 
Matric. Michs. 1827; B.A. 1832; M.A. 1835. Ord. priest 
(Ely) 1833. C. of Hinxton, Cambs., 1841-2. R. of Foxearth, 
Essex, 1842-5. R. of Norton-in-Hales, Salop, 1845-7. 
Married, Aug. 25, 1829, Isabella, dau. of the Hon. and Rev. 
Richard FitzGerald King. Died July 31, 1847, at Bath. 
Father of Douglas F. (1850); brother of William W. (1828), 
Frederick B. (1819), John N. (1804) and Edwin (1819). 
(A. P. Burke, Family^ Records; Burke, Col. Gentry, i. 90; 
Clergy Lists; The Patrician, iv. 296.) 

PEARSON, CARL (or KARL). Adm. a scholar at King's, 
Oct. 9, 1875. [2nd] s. of William, Q.C., of the Middle Temple, 
London. B. Mar. 27, 1857. [School, University College.] 
Matric. Michs. 1875; B.A. (yd Wrangler) 1879; LL.B. 1881; 
M.A. 1882. Fellow, 1880; Hon. Fellow, 1903. Studied 
philosophy and law at Heidelberg and Berlin, 1879-80. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, Nov. 17, 1876. Called to the Bar, 
Nov. 17, 1881. Professor of Applied Mathematics at Univer- 
sity College, London, 1885-1911; Gresham Proressor of 
Geometry, 1892-4; Gal ton Professor of Eugenics in the 
University of London, and Director of the Laboratory for 
National Eugenics, 1911. F.R.S., 1896; Darwin medal, 1898. 
Huxley medal. Royal Anthropological Institute, 1908. Hon. 
F.R.S.E. Hon. LL.D., St Andrews; Hon. D.Sc, London. Hon. 
Fellow of University College, London. Married, 1890, Maria, 
dau. of W. Sharpe. Of 7, Well Road, Hampstead. Author, 
The Ethic ofFreeth&ught ; The Life and Letters of Francis Gallon ; 
Tables for Statisticians; Grammar of Science; The Chances of 
Death, etc. Editor of Biomelrika, 1902-17. Died Apr. 27, 
1936, at Coldharbour, near Dorking. Brother of Arthur B. 
(1873). (Univ. Coll. Sch. Reg.; King's Coll. Reg.; Law Lists; 
Inns of Court; Who was Who; Foster, Men at the Bar; 
E. S. Pearson, Karl Pearson, 1938; P. B. G. Binnall.) 

PEARSON, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 17, 1850. 
S. of the Rev. George (1809), R. of Castle Camps, Cambs. 
(and Catherine). B. there [Mar. 21, 1831]. Bapt. Apr. 26, 
1831. [School, Charterhouse.] Matric. Michs. 1850; Scholar; 
B.A. 1854; M.A. 1858. Assistant Master at Charterhouse, 
1855-9. Joined the Education Service in India, 1861. 
Principal of Agra College, and of Lahore College; Director 
of Public Instruction in the N.W. Provinces, 1873-83. 
Member of the Indian Education Commission, 1883. Retired, 
1885, and lived at Bournemouth, where he died Sept. 10, 
1930, in his looth year. Brother of Edward L. (1864), 
John B. (1851) and Philip P. (1853). (Eagle, xlvi. 113; 
Scott, MSS.; I.C.S. Lists; The Times, Sept. 13, 1930; 
Cambridge Review, Oct. 10, 1930.) 

PEARSON, CHARLES BURGESS NICHOLAS. Adm. pens, 
(age 21) at Trinity, Jan. 8, 1855. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. 
Charles Buchanan (Oriel College, Oxford, 1825), R. of Kneb- 
worth, Herts. B. [1834], at Worthing, Sussex. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1855. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Oct. 28, 
1867. Called to the Bar, June 10, 1870. Of Mozufferpore, 
India, 1885-1920-. {Law Lists; Inns of Court, which gives 
him as 'late of the uncovenanted Civil Service, Bengal'; 
Foster, Men at the Bar.) 



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Pearson, Charles Edmund 

PEARSON, CHARLES EDMUND. Adm. pens, (age i8) at 
Trinity Hall, 1878. S. of John, Esq. [of Golbome Park, 
Newton-le-Willows. B. Nov. 1859.] School, Uppingham. 
Matric. Michs. 1878. Adm. at Lincohi's Inn, Apr. 21, 1884. 
Called to the Bar, May 4, 1887. Died June 11, 1925, aged 66, 
at his residence, Beverley Lodge, Lillington, Leamington 
Spa. Brother of Alfred W. (1874). (Uppingham Sch. Roll; 
Law Lists; Inns of Court; The Times, June 12, 1925.) 

PEARSON, CHARLES JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 5, 
1834. [Yst. s. of John (Christ Church, Oxford, 1789), 
barrister, Advocate-General of Bengal, of Tettenhall Wood, 
Staffs, (and Jane Elizabeth Matilda, eldest dau. cf Lieut. - 
Col. Hooke). B. Oct. 31, 1814. School, Westminster.] 
Matric. Michs. 1834; B.A. 1838; M.A. 1842. Ord. deacon 
(Ripon) 1840; priest, 1841; C. of St Thomas's, Birmingham, 
1841. C. of St John's, Bradford, Yorks., 1841-3. C. of 
Lutterworth, Leics., 1846-50. C. of Easeboume, Sussex, 
1851-2. Married, Nov. 8, 1845, Mary Charlotte, eldest dau. 
of the Rev. James Hoare Christopher Moor, V. of Clifton- 
on-Dunsmore, Warws. Died June 10, 1881. Father of James E. 
(1870). (Record of Old Westminsters.) 

PEARSON, CHARLES WILLIAM. Adm. (age 19) at Trinity 
Hall, 1884. S. of Captain — , deceased. Matric. Michs. 1884. 

PEARSON, CHRISTOPHER RIDLEY. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
June 12, 1845. [3rd s. of the Rev. John Norman (1804) (and 
Harriet Puller). B. June 2, 1826.] Matric. Michs. 1845; B.A. 
1849; M.A. 1S52. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1849; priest 
(V/inchester) 1850; C. of Walmer, Kent, 1849-50. C. of Holy 
Trinity, Tunbridge Wells, 1850-3. V. of Mark, Somerset, 
1853-60. V. of Standon, Herts., 1860-2. V. of St James, 
Tunbridge Wells, 1862-82. C. of Moakton-Wyld, Dorset, 
1882-4. R- of Combepyne, Devon, 1884-91. Married, 
Feb. 19, 1862, Mary Louisa Foster, dau. of the Rev. Peter 
La Trobe, Presbyter of the Moravian Church. Author, The 
Soul in Paradise; The Soul in Heaven; Immortality. Resided 
latterly at St Leonards-on-Sea, where he died May 16, 1905. 
Brother of John (1837) and Alleyne W. (1851). (Scott, 
MSS.; A. P. Burke, Family Records; Burke, Col. Gentry, 
I, 91; Cant. Act Book; The Titties, May 18, 1905.) 

PEARSON, DOUGLAS FITZGERALD. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
June 29, 1850. S. of the Rev. Arthur Hugh (1827), late R. 
of Norton-in-Hales, Salop (and Isabella, dau. of the Hon. 
and Rev. Richard FitzGerald King). B. [Jan. 5, 1832], at 
Cricklewood, Middlesex. Educated privately. Migrated to 
Christ's, Jan. 23, 1851. Matric. Lent, 1851; kept nine terms. 
Married, June 28, 1854, Adelaide Cecilia Caroline, dau. of 
Samuel le Fevre, Collector of Customs in the Barbados, and 
had issue. Died July 18, i860. (Peile, 11. 518 and err.; 

A. P. Burke, Family Records; Burke, Col. Gentry, i. 90.) 

PEARSON, DUDLEY GARENClftRES. Adm. at Pembroke, 
Oct. 1900. Eldest s. of Henry Garencieres, solicitor, of 
16, ComwaUis Street, Barrow-in-Furness. B. there, Mar. 4, 
1882. School, Durham. Matric. Michs. igoo; B.A. 1903; 
B.Chir. 1907; M.B. 1910. At St Bartholomew's Hospital. 
M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1907. House Physician and House 
Surgeon, General Hospital, Birmingham, 1907-9. Served in 
the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R..'\.M.C.). Practised sub- 
sequently in Leicester where he died Feb. 25, 1952. (Durham 
Sch. Reg.; Univ. War List; Scott, MSS.; Medical Directories; 
The Times, Feb. 29, 1952.) 

PEARSON, EDWARD. Adm. sizar at Sidney, May 7, 1778. 
Eldest s. of Edward, wool-comber, of Tattingstone, Suffolk. 

B. Oct. 25, 1756, at Norwich. School, Ipswich Grammar. 
Matric. Michs. 1778; B.A. 1782; M.A. 1785; B.D. 1792; 
D.D. per Lit. Reg., 1808. Fellow, 1788; Master, 1808-11. 
Vice-chancellor, 1808-9. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1781; priest, 
1782; C. of Passenham, Northants., 1781; C. of Cosgrove. 
R. of Rempstone, Notts., 1782-1811. C. of Pampisford, 
Cambs., 1788. Warburton Lecturer at Lincoln's Inn, 1807. 
Hulse's Christian Advocate, 1810-11. Married, 1797, Susan, 
dau. of Richard Johnson, of Henrietta Street, London. 
Author, a criticism of Dr Paley's system, entitled Remarks 
on the Theory of Morals, 1800, followed by Annotations on 
the Practical Part of Dr Paley's Work, 1801; tracts and 
Sermons. Died Aug. 17, 1811, of an apoplectic seizure. 
(Northants. Clergy; D.N.B.; G. Mag., 1811, 11. 198; Irvine 
Gray.) 

PEARSON, EDWARD LYNCH. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. lo, 1864. [6thl s. of the Rev. George (1809), R. of 
Castle Camps, Cambs. (and Catherine). B. there. Bapt. 
Apr. 20, 1845. [School, Charterhouse.] Matric. Michs. 1864; 
B.A. 1868; M.A. 1871. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1868; priest, 1869; 

C. of Hitcham, Suffolk, 1868-70. V. of Little Abington, 
Cambs., 1870-9. R. of Castle Camps, 1879-1911. Rural Dean 
of Camps, 1908-11. Married, Tan. 23, 1878, Sarah Matilda, 
dau. of Thomas St Quintin, of Hatley Park, Cambs. Retired 
and lived at Norwich. Died Dec. 28, 1931, at Little Whel- 



Pearson, George 

netham HaU, near Bury St Edmunds (the residence of his 
son); buried at Castle Camps. Father of Ernest E. (1898); 
brother of Charles (1850), John B. (1851) and Phihp P. 
(i853)- (Eagle, XLVii. 111; Crockford; The Times, Jan. 7, 
1932.) 

PEARSON, EDWIN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Nov. 2, 
1819. [6th] s. of John [F.R.S., M.R.C.S., of Golden Square, 
London]. B. [1802], in London. School, Do^vnham, Norfolk. 
Matric. Michs. 1820; B.A. 1825; M.A. 1828. Adm. at Lin- 
coln's Inn, June 11, 1825. F.R.S., 1833. Lieut., Yeoman of 
the Guard, Feb. 13, 1836; resigned, 1842. Knighted, at 
St James's Palace, May 4, 1836. Vice-President of the French 
Institut d'Afrique. Married, Apr. 15, 1844, the Hon. Alicia 
Ann Hewitt, dau. of James, 3rd Viscount Lifford, and had 
issue. Died Apr. 18, 1883, at ' Rozel,' Sunnyside, Wimbledon. 
Brother of Frederick B. (1819), Arthur H. (1827), 
WilUam W. (1828), and John N. (1804). (Boase, 11. 1422; 
Inns of Court; A. P. Burke, Family Records; Burke, Col. 
Gentry, 1. 90.) 

PEARSON, ERNEST EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 1898. [Only] s. of the Rev. Edward Lynch (1864), of 
Castle Camps rectory, Cambs. [B. Aug. 18, 1880. School, 
Charterhouse.] Matric. Michs. 1898. Second Lieut., the 
Suffolk Regt., 1901; Lieut., 1904; Capt., 1911; Major, igi6. 
Served in the S. African War, 1901-2, and in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Capt., Suffolk Regt.; prisoner of war). Of Stanway 
House, Colchester, in 1910, and Little Wheltnetham HaU, 
near Bury St Edmunds, in 1931. (Charterhouse Reg.; Army 
Lists; Univ. War List.) 

PEARSON, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Mar. 25, 1851. Matric. Michs. 1851; B.A. 1855; M.A. 1858. 
Ord. deacon (Ely) 1856; priest, 1857; C. of Sutton, Beds., 
1856-84. C. of Stanstead, Suffolk, 1885-7; R. there, 1887- 
1902. Disappears from Crockford, 1903. 

PEARSON, FREDERICK BURNET. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity, Feb. 6, 1819. [5th] s. of John [F.R.S.; M.R.C.S.], 
of Golden Square, Middlesex. B. [Nov. 9, 1800], in London. 
School, Elvetham, Hants. Matric. Michs. 1819; B.A. 1823; 
M.A. 1827. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 19, 1822. Lieut., 
9th Light Dragoons, 1827; retired, 1831. Capt., 1st R. 
Cheshire Militia, 1852; retired, 1855. Married, Jan. 29, 1850, 
Annie, dau. of James Heydocke Hill, Esq., of Newbold Firs, 
Warws., and widow of Granville Sharp, and had issue. 
Lived sometime in Rome (see Al. Oxon., sub his son, Frederick 
James). Died Feb. 3, 1870. Brother of Arthur H. (1827), 
William W. (1828), Edwin (1819) and John N. (1804). 
(Inns of Court; A. P. Burke, Family Records; Burke, Col. 
Gentry, i. 8g.) 

PEARSON, FREDERICK THORPE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Christ's, Mar. 4, 1840. [2nd] s. of Henry Robert, of Treasury 
Chambers, London (and Anne, dau. of Thomas Harris, of 
Brixton). B. [Dec. 10, 1821], in Middlesex. School, Wor- 
lington, near Mildenhall. Migrated to Queen's College, 
Oxford, whence he matric. Oct. 29, 1840; B.A. (Oxford) 
1844; M.A. (Oxford) 1847. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1844; 
priest, 1845. Minister of St Peter's Chapel, Pimlico, London, 
1852-5. C. of Dawlish, Devon, 1855-60. C. of Loughborough, 
Leics., 1860-4. V. of St George's, Whitwick, Leics., 1865-86. 
Married, May 31, 1853, Louisa, dau. of Samuel Leney. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1887. (Peile, 11. 468; Al. Oxon. 
Col. Gentry, i. 89.) 

PEARSON, GEOFFRY GEORGE. Adm. sizar at St John's 
Sept. 12, 1891. S. of the Rev. Henry Daniel (Worcester 
College, Oxford, 1840), V. of St James's, Clapton (and Mary 
Furse). B. May 26, 1872, at Richmond, Surrey. School, 
Merchant Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 1891. Ord. deacon 
(London) 1896: priest, 1897; C. of St Silas, Pentonville; 
1896-9. C. of St Luke's, Maidenhead, Berks., 1899-1902. 
C. of Christ Church, St Marylebone, 1902-3. C. of St Patrick's, 
Hove, 1903-4. C. of St John-s«6-Castro, Lewes, Sussex, 
1904-7. C. of E. Grinstead. igo7-8. C. of Horsham, iqo8-io. 
C. of Haywards Heath, igio-13. C. of Thumscoe, Yorks., 
1915. C. of Sapperton with Frampton-Mansell, Gloucs., 
1918-19. C. of St Mary-de-Lode, Gloucester, 1919-20. 
C. of Gillingham, Kent, 1921-2. C. of Uckfield, Sussex, 
1923-7. C. of St Mary-the-Virgin, Brighton, 19:7-31- Perm, 
to off., dio. of Chichester, 1938-46- Of 47, Upper Rock 
Gardens, Kemp Town, Brighton, in 1951. (Crockford.) 

PEARSON, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Caius, Oct. 17. 
1807. S. of George [F.R.S., M.D., Fdinburgh, 1773 (of 
St Thomas's Hospital), one of the cariiest advocates of 
vaccination, for whom see D.N.B.], of Westminster. B. 
there. School, Greenwich. Scholar, 1807. 'Probably died 
young." (Venn, 11. 149.) 



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PEARSON, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. lo, 1809. 
S. of the Rev. John Batteridge, LL.B. (1766) [Preb. of 
Lichfield Cathedral, 1790-1808]. B. [Sept. 18, 1791]. at 
Lichfield. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1810: 
Scholar, 1811; B.A. 1814; Members' prize, 1815. Migrated to 
St John's; M.A. 1817; B.D. 1824. Incorp. at Durham, 1839. 
Fellow of St John's, 1814-24. Ord. deacon (Chester) 
Sept. 18, 1814; priest, Sept. 24, 1815. C. of St Sepulchre, 
Cambridge, 1817. Lecturer of St Peter's, Chester, 1817. 
P.C. of St Olave's, Chester, 1819-22. Minor Canon of Chester, 
1822-5. R. of Castle Camps, Cambs., 1825-60. Rural Dean 
of Camps. Christian Advocate, 1834. Married, Sept. 16, 
1825, Catherine, 2nd dau. of Philip Humberstone, of Chester. 
Author, Evenings by Edenside; The Prophetical Character 
and Inspiration of the Apocalypse. Died May 13, i860. Father 
of Charles (1850), John B'. (1851), PhiUp P. (1853) and 
Edward L. (1864). (Alumni Carthusiani; Boase, vi. 371; 
Scott, MSS.; G. Mag., i860, i. 637; J. B. Peace; Famall, 
Parish History of Holy Trin., Chester.) 

PEARSON, GEORGE HENRY SPENCER. Adm. sizar at St 
John's, Oct. 11, 1862. S. of Henry Spencer (Trinity College, 
DubUn, 1842), gent, (and Dorothy). B. at Preston, Lanes. 
Bapt. June 16, 1843. Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 1866; M.A. 
1871. 

PEARSON, HARRY ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Apr. 17, 1874. [Eldest s. of Joseph Hickman, iron-master, 
of Handsworth, Staffs. B. Nov. 30, 1854. School, Shrews- 
bury.] Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 1878; M.A. 1881. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, May 13, 1878. Called to the Bar, 
Jan. 26, 1881. On the Oxford Circuit. Of Handsworth, 
Staffs. Coroner for South Staffs. Died Sept. i, 1905, at 
Handsworth. (Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; Inns of 
Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, Sept. 2, 1905.) 

PEARSON, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. 12, 1786. [S. of 
Henrj', brass-founder, of Nottingham. B. Jan. 2, 1769. 
School, Manchester Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 1787; Scholar, 
1790; LL.B. 1793. Ord. deacon, June, 1791; priest, 1793; 
C. of All Saints, Leicester, for two years. C. of Tinsley, 
Yorks. V. (and patron) of Norton, Derbs., 1810-43. V. of 
Prestbury, Cheshire, 1843-58. Married (i) Jane, dau. of 
Dr Arnold; (2) Harriet Wilson, and had issue. Died June 21, 
1858, at Prestbury. (Manchester Gr. Sch. Reg., 11. 101-2; 
Clergy List; G. Mag., 1858, 11. 199.) 

PEARSON, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Oct. 26, 
1825. [Only] s. of Henry. B. [1807], at Carlisle. School, 
Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1826; B.A. (igth Wrangler) 
1830. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 20, 1830. Called 
to the Bar, May 20, 1841. Author, Syllabus of Plane and 
Spherical Trigonometry; The Overseers' Guide and Assistant; 
All Statutes in Force relating to the Ceremony of Marriage in 
England, etc. Died Feb. i, 1856, in Harley Place, London. 
[Boase, vi. 372; Inns of Court; G. Mag., 1856, i. 325.) 

PEARSON, HENRY. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, June i, 
1837. [3rd s. of Thomas], of South Wingfield, Derbs. (and 
his 2nd wife, Anne, dau. of Christopher Royston, of Codnor 
Park, Derbs.). B. Aug. 28, 1817. Matric. Michs. 1837; B.A. 
(34</( Wrangler) 1841; M.A. 1844. Ord. deacon (Hereford for 
Lichfield) 1841; priest, 1843. C. of Atlow, Derbs., 1844-64 
(sic). V. of Henley, Suffolk, 1849-94. Married, Apr. 16, 1857, 
Adelaide Catherine, yst. dau. of John Carter, of Northwold, 
Norfolk. Died at Henley vicarage. May 5, 1894. Father of 
William C. (1878). (Crockford; Burke, L.G.; Fox-Davies, 
Armorial Families; The Guardian, May 16, 1894.) 

PEARSON, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at M.^gdalene, 
June 30, 1863. S. of John, Esq., of South Wingfield, Derbs. 
[and Georgiana Louisa, yst. dau. of Charles Dashwood, of 
Beccles, Suffolk]. B. Oct. 16, 1844. School, Beccles. Matric. 
Michs. 1863; B.A. 1867; M.A. 1870. Of Wingfield House, 
South Wingfield, Derbs. J. P. for Derbs., 1897. Major and 
Hon. Lieut. -Col., 3rd Batt. (Mihtia), the Derbyshire Regt. 
Married, Feb. 20, 1895, Charlotte Elizabeth Catherine 
Amelia, dau. of William Spragge, .Supt. of Indian affairs, 
of Ottawa, Canada. Died, s.p., 1932. Brother of Arthur C. 
(1865). (Burke, L.G.; Army Lists.) 

PEARSON, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Jan. 23, 1877. 
Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1891. Ord. deacon 
(Carlisle) 1880; priest, 1881; C. of Kendal, Westmoriand, 
1880-3. R- of Lambley, Notts., 1883-99. V. of St James, 
West Hampstead, 1899-1904. V. of Oundle with Ashton, 
Northants., 1904-6. Disappears from Crockford, 1907. 

PEARSON, HENRY HAROLD WELCH. Matric. Non-CoU., 
Michs. 1893- [Only] s. of Henry Jackson [and Ellen Elizabeth 
Welch]. B. [Jan. 28, 1870], at Long Sutton, Lines. School, 
private. Adm. at Christ's, Oct. 5, 1896; Scholar, 1897; 
B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1896; (Nat. Sci. Trip., 
Pt II, ist Class, 1897). Migrated to Caius, June 23, 1898; 
Walsingham medal, 1899; M.A. 1900; Sc.D. 1907. Visited 



Pearson, James Godfrey 

Ceylon as Wort's travelling Scholar, 1897-8. Assistant Curator 
of the Herbarium, Cambridge, 1898-9 ; at Kew Gardens, 1899- 
1903. Professor of Botany, South African College, Cape 
Town, 1903-16, and Director of the National Botanic 
Garden, Kirstenbosch, 1914-16. F.R.S., 1916. An authority 
on the morphology of Welwitschia and Gnetum. Married, 
1902, Ethel, dau. of WilUam Pratt, of Little Bradley, 
Suffolk. Author, Gnetales, etc. Died Nov. 3, 1916, at 
Wynberg; buried in the Cycad hills, overlooking Kirsten- 
bosch. A hostel was erected in the S. African National 
Botanical Garden to his memory. (Venn, 11. 555; Who was 
Who.) 

PEARSON (post PIERSON), HENRY HUGH. Adm. pens. 
(age 21) at Trinity, Oct. 21, 1836. S. of [the Rev.] Hugh 
[Nicholas] (St John's College, Oxford, 1796), Dean of Salis- 
bury. B. [Apr. 14, 1815], at Oxford. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1836. Studied music in Germany, 1839. Reid 
Professor of Music at Edinburgh University, 1844; resigned 
shortly and returned to Germany. Married Caroline Leon- 
hardt. Changed his name to Pierson, as his father objected 
to his writing operatic music under the family name. 
Composer of many operas, oratorios and songs; his finest 
work, the OTitorio' Jerusalem, was first produced at Hamburg 
in 1848. 'He possessed inspiration of a high order, a lyrical 
gift of great delicacy, individual charm, and nobility of 
purpose. ... His works have been persistently neglected in 
this country, the glee. Ye Mariners of England, alone being 
popular.' Died Jan. 28, 1873, at Leipzig. (D.N.B., which 
states that he proceeded 'B.A. in 1830.') 

PEARSON, HUGH. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Caius, Aug. 4, 1862. 
S. of William, manufacturer, of Lower Broughton, Man- 
chester. B. there. School, private. Matric. Michs. 1862; 
B.A. 1866. Ord. deacon (Bp. of Lichfield) 1866; priest, 1867; 
C. of All Souls, Derby, 1866-7. C. of Mickleover, Derbs., 
1867-9. Resided subsequently at Cheltenham. Died sud- 
denly, Nov. I (or 2), 1910, aged 69. (Crockford; The Times, 
Nov. 3, 1910.) 

PEARSON, HUGH CRAIG. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i, 1898. 
S. of Cecil H., steel -merchant. B. Sept. 15, 1879, at Wood 
Green, Essex (sic). School, Sutton Valence (Mr G. L. 
Bennett). Matric. Michs. 1898. Second Lieut., R.A., 1900; 
Lieut., 1902-9. (Army Lists.) 

PEARSON, The Rev. JAMES. Adm. sizar at St John's, Mar. 14, 
1822; a 'Ten-year man.' S. of James (and Ellen Luck). 
B. at Bildeston, Suffolk. Bapt. Apr. 15, i793- School, 
Maidstone. One of these names (not an Oxonian) was ord. 
deacon (Chester) Mar. 31, 1822. One James Pearson was 
V. of Stoke, Kent, 1839-56. Died May 14, 1856, 'aged 64.' 
(F. P. White ; Records of Rochester Diocese.) 

PEARSON, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Feb. 19, 
1844. S. of James. B. [1825], at Preston, Lanes. School, 
Preston. Matric. Michs. 1844; Scholar, 1847; B.A. (i$th 
Wrangler) 1848; M.A. 1854. Ord. deacon (Chester) 185 1; 
priest, 1852; C. of Scarisbrick, Lanes., 1851-2. Mathe- 
matical Master at the Cathedral School, Norwich and 
R. of St Edmund's, Norwich, 1852-6. F.R.A.S., 1874. 
Professor of mathematics at the Royal MiUtary College, 
Sandhurst, 1857. V. of Altcar, Lanes., 1857-62. V. of 
St John's, Workington, Cumberland, 1862-71. V. of Fleet- 
wood, Lanes., 1871-86. Erected on the pier at Fleetwood a 
new contrivance for registering the height of the tides. 
'His system of tide computation was adopted by the 
Admiralty for the N.W. Coast of England.' Author, The 
Elements of the Calculus of Finite Differences ; Treatise on the 
Tides. Died Apr. 8, 1886, at Fleetwood, aged 60. (Boase, vi. 
373, which gives 'died April 18'; Crockford; The Guardian, 
Apr. 14, 1886.) 

PEARSON, JAMES EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 9, 
1870. S. of the Rev. Charles James (1834). B. Aug. 20, 1850, 
at Clifton-on-Dunsmore, Warws. School, Clifton College. 
Matric. Michs. 1870; Scholar, 1870; B.A. (i:ith Wrangler) 
1874; M.A. 1879. .'Assistant Master at Chfton College, 1874-7. 
Head Master of Exeter School, 1877-81. Again Assistant 
Master at Chfton College, 1881-1909. Resided latterly at 
Paignton, where he died Mar. 29, 1931 ; buried there. (Clifton 
Coll. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; Schoolmasters' Directories; Peile, 
II. 614; The Times, Apr. i, 1931.) 

PEARSON, JAMES GODFREY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 31, 1867. [Eldest] s. of James, of 8, Vanbrugh Park, 
Blackheath, Kent. B. Aug. 22, 1848, at Melbourne, Victoria, 
Australia. School, Blackheath proprietary. Matric. Michs. 
1868. Adm. at the Middle Temple, June 6, 1871. Called to 
the Bar, Apr. 30, 1874. (Law Lists, until 1930; Inns of Court; 
Foster, Men at the Bar.) 



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PEARSON, JAMES RAE. Adm. at Clare as a minor Scholar, 
Mar. 19, 1890. [Eldest s. of David Ritchie, M.D., of Beckley, 
Sussex, and London. B. Aug. 2, 1871.] School, St Paul's. 
Matric. Michs. 1890. Entered the I.C.S., 1892; Assistant 
CoUector and Joint Magistrate at Muzaffamagar, Agra, 
Bulandshahr and Meerut, 1892-8. Deputy Commissioner, 
Naini Tal, 1899; Collector at Azamgarh, 1902; at Budaun, 
1906; at Meerut, 1910. Officiating Opium Agent, 1917. 
Inspector-General of Police, 1918. Member of the Legislative 
Council, 191S. Commissioner at Agra, 1919; at Meerut, 1922. 
Officiating Member, Board of Revenue, 1922. Commissioner 
at Kumaon, 1924; retired, 1926. Secretary to the Govern- 
ment of Fiji for Indian Affairs and Member of the Executive 
Council, 1927-32. CLE., 1913. Married Grace Carlton 
Crouchley, dau. of Col. D. G. Pitcher, and had issue. Of 
Suncote, Samares, Jersey, Channel Isles, in 1946. Died Aug. 
28, 1951. Brother of Allan C. (1893). (I.C.S. Lists; Kelly, 
Handbook; Who's Who; The Times, Sept. r, 1951.) 

PEARSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age i8) at Trinity, June 8, 
1823. [2nd] s. of John. B. in London. School, Mareham, 
Lines. Matric. Michs. 1823; B.A. 1827; M.A. 1832. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Mar. 8, 1827. Ord. deacon (Bp. of Chichester) 
1829; priest, 1830. R. of East Homdon and of Little Warley, 
Essex, 1837-73. Died Aug. 27, 1882, aged 76, at Eastbourne. 
Brother of .Arthur (1823). (Inns of Court; Crockford; The 
Guardian, Aug. 30, 1882.) 

PEARSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 11, 1830. Did 
not reside. 

PEARSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, May 8, 1837. 
[Eldest] s. of the Rev. John Norman (1804), Principal of 
the Church Missionary College, Islington [and Harriet 
Puller]. B. [Aug. 5, 1819], at Elvetham, Hants. School, 
Islington Proprietary. Matric. Michs. 1837; B.A. 1841; 
M.A. 18.14. ."Vdm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 3, 1841. Called to 
the Bar, June 11, 1844. Q.C., 1866. Bencher of Lincoln's 
Inn, 1S67; Treasurer, 1S84-5. Judge of the Chancery Division 
of the High Court of Justice, 1882-6. Knighted, Nov. 30, 
1882. Married, Dec. 21, 1854, Charlotte Augusta, dau. of 
the Rev. WiUiam Short, R. of St George's, Bloomsbury, 
London. Died, s.p.. May 13, 1886, at 75, Onslow Square, 
South Kensington. Author, The Duty of Laymen in the 
Church of England. Brother of Christopher R. (1845) and 
Alleyne W. (1851). (Boase, 11. 1423; A. P. Burke, Family 
Records; Burke, Col. Gentry, 11. 90; Law Lists; Inns of Court; 
Foster, Men at the Bar; D.N.B.; Venn, 11. 240.) 

PEARSON, JOHN BATTERIDGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 30, 1766 (as John, only). B. in Salop. Matric. Michs. 
1769; LL.B. 1772. Ord. deacon (Salisbury) Dec. 22, 1771; 
priest (Lichfield) Sept. ■;, 1773; P.C. of St Nicholas, Lichfield, 
1773-9- V. of Cro.xall, Derbs., 1779-1808. Preb. of Lichfield, 
1790-1808. V. of Swynnerton, Staffs., 1798-1808. Died 
Aug. 13, 1808. Brother of Samuel (1765); father of George 
(1809). (F. P. White; G. Mag., 1808, 11. 858; St John's Coll. 
Adm., III. 173; Cant. Act Book.) 

PEARSON, JOHN BATTERIDGE. Adm. pens, at Sx John's, 
May 10, 1851. S. of the Rev. George (1809), R. of Castle 
Camps, Cambs. (and Catherine). B. there, Aug. 21, 1832. 
School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1851; 2nd Bel! scholar, 
1854; B.K. (4th Classic) 1855. Migrated to Emmanuel; 
M.A. 1858; B.D. 1870; D.D. 1878. Fellow of Emmanuel, 
1856-83; Tutor. Ord. deacon (Ely) Nov. 10, 1856; priest, 
Nov. 8, 1857; C. of Bottisham, Cambs., 1856. R. of Whit- 
stone, Cornwall, 1883-1912. Author, Theories on Usury in 
the Middle Ages; Series of Observed Lunar Distances; List of 
AtMiors in Migne's Greek Patrologia; Parochial Organization 
of Ireland; Chapters Organization. Resided latterly at 
Bournemouth, where he died Feb. 25, 1918. Brother of 
Charles (1850), Edward L. (1864) and PhiUp P. (1853). 
(Scott, MSS.; Crockford; TheTimes, Feb. 28, 1918; Hailstone, 
Bottisham, 52.) 

PEARSON, JOHN COVERLEY. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
July 2, 1851. S. of Henry. B. [1832], at West Ayton, near 
Pickenng, Yorks. [School, Durham.] Matric. Michs. 1851; 
B.A. 1858. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 1858; priest (Lichfield) 
1863; C.of East Challow, Berks., 1858-60. C.of Royston, near 
Bamsley, Yorks., 1863-4. C. of Calboume with Newton, 
Isle of Wight, 1869-74. C. of Yeddingham with Knapton, 
Yorks., 1874-7. Disappears from Crockford, 1879. Father 
of the next. (Durham Sch. Reg.) 

PEARSON, JOHN COVERLEY. Adm. pens, at St Catharinf's, 
Jan. 13, 1894. S. of [the Rev.] John [Coveriey] (above). 
B. Apr. 13, 1869, at Shalfleet, Isle of Wight. Matric. Lent, 
1894; B.A. 1905. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1906; priest, 1909; 



Pearson, Maxwell Michael 

C. of Davenham, Cheshire, 1906-8. C. of St John-the-Evang., 
Altrincham, 1908-10. C. of Bucklebury, Berks, 1910-12. 
C. of Chieveley (in charge of Curridge), 1913-16. V. of 
Leckharapstead, Bucks., 1916-39. Disappears from Crock- 
ford, 1940. 

PEARSON, JOHN NORMAN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Dec. 4, 1804. [Eldest] s. of John [F.R.S., M.R.C.S.], of 
London [and Sarah, dau. of Robert Norman, Esq., of 
Lewisham]. [B. Dec. 7, 1787.] School, Buckland, Herts. 
Matric. 1805; Scholar, 1806; Hulsean prize, 1807; B.A. 1809; 
M.A. 1812. Ord. deacon, Nov. 21, 1812. Chaplain to the 
Marquess Wellesley. First Principal of the Church Mis- 
sionary Society's CoUege at Islington, 1826-39. V. of Holy 
Trinity, Tunbridge Wells, 1839-53. Married, Sept. 11, 1815, 
Harriet, dau. of Richard Puller, of London. Author, A Cri- 
tical Essay on the gth Book of Bishop Warburlon's Divine 
Legation of Moses; The Days in Paradise; etc. Lived latterly 
at Bowei" Hall, Steeple Bumpstead, Essex, where he regularly 
assisted the vicar in the church. Died there, Oct. 4, 1865. 
Portrait in the hall of the Missionary College in Upper Street, 
Islington. Brother of Arthur H. (1827), Frederic B. (1819) 
Edwin (1819) and WiUiam W. (1828); father of John (1837), 
Christopher R. (1845) and Alleyne W. {1851). (Boase, 11. 
1424; Cant. Act Book; Northants. Clergy, x. 221; A. P. Burke, 
Family Records; Burke, Col. Gentry, i. 88; G. Mag., 1865, 
II. 792; D.N.B.) 

PEARSON, JOHN PARKIN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Apr. 10, 1837. S. of the Rev. John, V. of Osboumby, Lines. 
Matric. Michs. 1837; B.A. 1841. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 
1843; priest, 1845; C. of Blurton, Staffs., 1843-51. C. of 
Blockley, Gloucs., 1852-5. C. of Dorrington, Lines., 1859-64. 
Disappears from Clergy List, 1865. 

PEARSON, JOHN SIDNEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. i, 
1895. S. of John, of Cecil House, Sydenham, Kent. B. 
June 14, 1876, in London. School, St Peter's, Exmouth, 
Devon. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.-'V. 1898; M.A. 1902; M.B. 
1905; M.D. 1908. At St George's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; 
L.R.C.P., 1904. Resident Medical Officer, Pathologist and 
Registrar, East London Children's Hospital. Research 
Scholar, Lister Institute, 1909. Senior Resident Medical 
Officer, St Mary's Hospital for women and children, Plaistow. 
House Surgeon and Clinical Assistant, Victoria Hospital for 
children. Clinical Assistant, Evelina Hospital. Surgeon, 
Children's Hospital, Perth, Western Australia, 1913-18. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Major, and .^djt., Duke 
of WelUngton's (W. Riding) Regt.). Subsequently of York 
St., Portman Square, London, W. Author, medical. Died 
Jan. 31, 1952. (Univ. War List; Medical Directories; The 
Times, Feb. i, 1952.) 

PEARSON, JOSIAH BROWN. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 6, 
i860. S. of Benjamin, hatter (and Sarah). B. [1841], at 
Chesterfield, Derbs. Bapt. Feb. 4, 1842. School, Chesterfield 
Grammar. Matric. Michs. i860; Scholar, 1863 (Moral Sci. 
Trip., 1st Class, 1863); B.A. 1864; Bumev prize, 1864; M.A. 
1867; LL.M. 1871; LL.D. 1877; D.D. 1880. Fellow, 1865-80. 
Ord. deacon (Ely) 1865; priest, 1866; C. of St Michael's, 
Cambridge, 1865-7. C. of St Andrew-the-Great, Cambridge, 
1867-9. V. of Homingsea, Cambs., 1871-4. Whitehall 
Preacher, 1872-4. Hulsean Lecturer, 1872. Ramsden 
Preacher, 1872. V. of Newark, Notts., 1874-80. Bishop of 
Newcastle, New South Wales, 1880-9; owing to trouble 
about the endowment of the see, which was greatly affected 
by a drought in Australia, his mind became affected in 1886. 
He was quite incapable of work for several years and could 
not resign, but gradually recovered and then resigned. V. of 
Leek, Lanes., 1893-5. Married, Feb. 10, i88o, Ellen, dau 
of Godfrey TaUents, of Newark. Died Mar. 10, 1895, aged 54. 
(Boase, 11. 1424; Eagle, xviii. 600 and xix, 89; Scott, MSS.; 
The Times, Mar. 15, 1895.) 

PEARSON, KARL (1875), see PEARSON, CARL. 

PEARSON, LOUIS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 1, 
1895. Of Westmorland. [Younger] s. of J. Fenwick, Esq., 
of Storrs Hall, Arkholme, Kirkby Lonsdale. B. there. 
Tune 14, 1876. School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1895; 
B..'V. 1901. Private secretary to Sir A. Stanley, G.B.E. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Private, London Regt. 
(Artists' Rifles); Second Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt.). Employed 
in the Ministry of Labour in 1930. Died Sept. 15, 1944, at 
Torquay. (Uppingham Sch. Roll; Univ. War List; The 
Times, Sept. 19, 1944.) 

PEARSON, MAXWELL MICHAEL. Adm. pens, at Qveens', 
Oct. 1899. S. of George Greenwood. B. Jan. 26, 1870, in 
Kensington. School, Lancaster's, Slough. Matric. Michs. 
1890. 

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PEARSON (post PENNANT), PHILIP PENNANT. Adm. pens, 
at St John's, May 21, 1853. [4th] s. of the Rev. George 
(1809), R. of Castle Camps, Cambs. B. there, Aug. 5, 1834. 
[School, Charterhouse.] Matric. Michs. 1853; B.A. 1857 
(Moral Sci. Trip., ist Class, 1858); M.A. i860. Rowing 'blue,' 
1857. Married, Apr. 20, 1862, Mary Frances, dau. of the 
Rev. Edward Bankes, of Soughton Hall, Fhnts. Assumed 
the name of Pennant, i860, on succeeding to property under 
the will of David Pennant, of Downing, Fhntshire. High 
Constable of Flint Castle. Chairman of Quarter Sessions. 
D.L. and J. P. for FUntshire; High Sheriff, 1862. Died 
Oct. 2, 1910, at his residence, Nantlys, St Asaph. Brother 
of Charles (1850), John B. (1851) and Edward L. (1864); 
father of David F. {sub Pennant, 1885). (Scott, MSS.; Book 
of Blues; The Times, Oct. 4, 1910.) 

PEARSON, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, Feb. 11, 

1780. Of Yorkshire. Perhaps same as the next. 

PEARSON, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, 
June 10, 1780. S. of Robert, barber, of Wakefield, Yorks. 
Bapt. Jan. 26, 1761. School, Wakefield. Matric. Easter, 

1781. Migrated to Trinity, Oct. 11, 1781; Scholsir, 1783; 
B.A. (4th Wrangler) 1784; M.A. 1787. [St John's Coll. Adm., 
IV. 419.) 

PEARSON, ROBERT. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 19) at Christ's, 
June II, 1816. S. of Robert. B. at Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
Schools, Harrow and Fen Stanton. Matric. Michs. 1816. 
Kept nine terms; name removed Jan. 1S22. 

PEARSON, ROBERT STANLEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 18, 1892. [Only] s. of John Thomas, of Melmerby HaU, 
Thirsk, Yorks. [and Elizabeth Anne, dau. of Thomas Longley, 
Esq., of Leeds]. B. Apr. i, 1873, at Headingley, Yorks. 
School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. and LL.B. 
1896. Second Lieut., Yorkshire Hussars (T.), igoo; Lieut., 
1901. Served in the S. .'\frican War, 1899-1901. A Director 
of Yorkshire Conservative Newspaper Co. and of the Don- 
caster Chronicle. Of Brandsby Hall, Yorks. J. P. and D.L. 
for the North Riding of Yorks. Married, 1909, Ethel, dau. 
of Frederick Brent Grotrian, Esq., M.P. Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (Major, Yorkshire Hussars; Brigade-Major; 
O.B.E.; mentioned in the Sec. of State's List for 'valuable 
services'). {Shrezvsbury Sch. Reg.; Army Lists; Univ. War 
List; Walford, County Families; KeUy, Handbook.) 

PEARSON, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 5, 1765. 
Of Salop. Matric. Michs. 1768; Scholar; LL.B. 1772. Ord. 
priest, (Hereford, Liit. dim. from Winchester) May 26, 1771. 
R. of St Martin's, Birmingham. P.C. of Osmaston, Derbs., 
and R. of Weston -on-Trent, 1 807-11. F.S.A. ('one of the 
oldest members'). Died June 13, 1811, aged 65, in Bir- 
mingham; buried at Croxall, Derbs. M.I. at Osmaston. 
Brother of John B. (1766). (St John's Coll. Adm., iii. 708; 
G. Mag., 1811, I. 681.) 

PEARSON, SIDNEYVERE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Nov. 18, 
1892. S. of the Rev. S[amuel], of Wobum Lodge, Broughton 
Park, Manchester (and Bertha Crosfield). B. Feb. 23, 1875, 
in Liverpool. Schools, Highgate and Manchester Grammar. 
Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896; B.Chir. 1900; M.B. 1901; 
M.D. 1013; M.A. 1935. Rowing 'blue,' 1898. At St George's 
Hospital. M.R.C.P., 1902. House Physician and Medical 
Registrar at St George's Hospital. House Physician, 
Brompton Hospital for Consumption. Assistant Physician, 
East London Children's Hospital. Physician at Mundesley 
sanatorium, Norfolk, 1910-47. Sometime Chairman of the 
Joint Tuberculosis Council. Author, medical. Died Mar. 18, 
1950, in Jamaica. Brother of WiUiam W. (1900). (Book of 
Blues ; Medical Directories ; Who's Who.) 

PEARSON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, Feb. 13, 
1821. S. of Thomas. B. at TettenhaU, Staffs. School, 
Donnington, Salop. Matric. Michs. 1821; B.A. 1826. [Perhaps 
R. of Great Witley and R. of Stockton, Worcs., 1828-57. 
Disappears from Clergy List, 1858.] 

PEARSON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 10, 1885. 
S. of Thomas. B. July i, 1862, at Stockton Heath, near 
Warrington. School, St Thomas's, Stockton Heath, and at 
Owens College, Manchester. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888; 
M.A. 1802. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 1888; priest, 1890; 
C. of St Matthew's, Chadderton, Lanes., 1888-92. C. of 
St John's, Preston, 1893-7. V. of PiUing, 1897-1924. Died 
Aug. 28, 1924. (Peile, 11. 721; Crockford; The Guardian, 
Sept. 5, 1924.) 

PEARSON, THOMAS CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. i8, 1828. B.A.,incorp. from Dublin, 1829. [S. of Charles. 
B. Mar. 7, 1805, in Salop. School, Shrewsburv.] Adm. pens, 
at Trinity College, Dublin, Oct. 7, 1823, age 17; B.A. (Dublin) 
1828. Ord. deacon, 1829. Head Master of High ErcaU 
Grammar School, Salop, 1830-8. C.-in-charge of Westbury, 



Pearson, William Winstanley 

1838-41, and R. of Rodington, 1839-47. Died May 25, 1847. 
(Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Al. Dubl.; T. A. Walker, 435; Clergy 
List.) 

PEARSON, THOMAS HENRY GIBBONS. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, July 14, 1871. Of Worcestershire. S. of the Rev. 
John (and EUzabeth Harriet). B. at Suckley. Bapt. Dec. 25, 
1853. Matric. Michs. 1871. Died Apr. 5, 1942, 'aged 88,' at 
31, Shakespeare Road, Bedford. (The Times, Apr. 7, 1942.) 

PEARSON, THOMAS RHODES. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 
1886. S. of [the Rev.] Thomas Rhodes Walton (next). 
B. Mar. 13, 1861, in Lambeth, Surrey. Matric. Michs. 1886. 
Kept only seven terms. 

PEARSON, THOMAS RHODES WALTON. Adm. pens, at 
Christ's, June 28, 1856. S. of Thomas [wine-merchant]. 

B. [Mar. 11, 1837], in Westminster. School, Merchant 
Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 1856. Migrated to St Catharine's, 
Oct. 14, 1857; B.A. i860; M.A. 1884. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 
1864; priest, 1865; C. of St Matthew's, Leeds, 1864-6. 

C. of St Peter's, Leeds, 1866-70. Lecturer of St Simon's, 
Leeds, 1S67-72. V. of Horsforth, Yorks., 1872-93. Joint 
Editor of the Hexaglot Bible. Died Mar. 11, 1903, in London. 
Father of the above. (Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Peile, 
II. 549; Crockford.) 

PEARSON, TINDAL ARTHUR. Adm. pens. =it Trinity, 
Apr. 14, 1864. [2nd] s. of the Rev. Arthur (1S23) [R.] of 
Springfield, Essex. B. there [Oct. 12] 1846. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1865; B.A. 1869. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Apr. 15, 1869. Called to the Bar, Jan. 26, 1872. Joined the 
I.C.S., 1878, as Offg. Reporter, Indian Law Reports; Law 
Reporter for Calcutta. Practised before the High Court in 
Calcutta and at Allahabad, etc. Chief Presidency Magistrate, 
Calcutta. Retired, Oct. 1903. Died Jan. 31, 1928, at Hove, 
Sussex. (Scott, MSS.; Laip Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, 
Men at the Bar; I.C.S. Lists; The Times, Feb. 3, 1928.) 

PEARSON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Clare, June 20, i793- 
Doubtful if resided. B. in Cumberland. [2nd s. of WiUiam 
(and Hannah Ponsonby). 'Of good old yeoman family.' 
B. Apr. 23, 1767, at Whitbeck. School, Hawkshead 
Grammar.] Took orders and first resided in Lincoln, where 
he constructed an astronomical clock and an orrery; also an 
apparatus for showing the phenomena of Jupiter's satellites. 
P.C. of Killington, Westmorland, 1799-1801. R. of Perivale, 
Middlesex, 1810-12. R. of S. Kilworth, Leics., 1817-47. 
Owner of a large private school at Temple Grove, East 
Sheen, Surrey, in 1812-21, where he established an observa- 
tory. Made many notable observations also at Kilworth. 
F.R.S., 1819; gold medal, 1829. Hon. LL.D., Glasgow, 1819. 
Largely instrumental in founding the London Astronomical 
Society, 1820. Member of the Board of Visitors to the Royal 
Observatory, 1830. Observed Halley's comet, Oct. 29, 1835, 
and in 1839 deduced from his own determinations a value 
for the obliquity of the eclipse. Married twice, and had issue 
by his first wife. Author, Introduction to Practical Astronomy, 
etc. Died Sept. 6, 1847, at Kilworth. M.I. in the church 
there. (D.N.B.) 

PEARSON, WILLIAM CARTER. Adm. at Clare, June 10, 
1878. [Eldest s. of the Rev. Henry (1837). B. Feb. 11, 
1859.] Schools [Bury St Edmunds and] Tonbridge. Matric. 
Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882; M.A. 1926. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
1882; priest, 1884; C. of Syston, Leics., 1882-6. C. of South- 
wold, Suffolk, 1886-90. V. of Henley, near Ipswich, 1894- 
1942. An authority on East AngUan church-beOs. Died 
suddenly, Jan. 13, 1942. (Bury St Edmunds Sch. Reg., 297; 
Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G.; Fox-Davies, Armorial 
Families; Crockford; The Times, Jan. 19, 1942.) 

PEARSON, WILLIAM WILBERFORCE. Adm. pens, (age 19) 
at Trinity, Jan. 30, 1828. [9th] s. of John [F.R.S., M.R.C.S., 
of Golden Square, London]. B. [Jan. 18, 1809], in London. 
School, Rottingdean, Sussex. Matric. Michs. 1828; B.A. 
1832; M.A. 1837. Married, 1835, Angela Eliza, dau. of 
Alexander Alexander, of The Larches, Warws., and had issue. 
Died Dec. 26, 1861. Brother of John N. (1804), Arthm- H. 
(1827), Frederick B. (1819) and Edwin (1819). (A. P. Burke, 
Family Records; Burke, Col. Gentry, i. 90.) 

PEARSON, WILLIAM WINSTANLEY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 4, 1900. S. of [the Rev.] S[amuel], of Wobum Lodge, 
Broughton Park, Manchester. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 
1903. Engaged in educational work in India, where he 
identified himself with the political movements of the natives. 
Came under the influence of the poet Rabindranath Tagore, 
and accompanied him on his wanderings. Author, An 
Account of the Tagore University. Died Sept. 25, 1923, as 
the result of an accident at Pistoia, Italy. Brother of Sidney 
V. (1892). (Scott, MSS.; The Times, Sept. 28, 1923.) 



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PEARSON-GEE, ARTHUR B. {1873), see PEARSON. 

PEART, ALFRED HENRY. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. I, 1881. S. of the Rev. William Fiddian (1841), V. of 
Mytholmroyd, Yorks. B. June 5, 1859. School, Rishworth 
School, Halifa.x. Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884; LL.B. 
1885; LL.M. 1888. For sometime an Assistant Master at 
the Leys School, Cambridge; then a private tutor in Cam- 
bridge. For many years of Home Close, Fulboum, Cambs. 
Living at 16, Causewayside, Cambridge, in 1942. Married. 
Died, s.p., Jan. 7, 1945, at Malvern Wells. (Schoolmasters' 
Directory; The Times, Jan. 26, 1945.) 

PEART, RICHARD. Matric. Non-CoU., Easter, 1879. 

PEART, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Oct. 27, 
1813. S. of WiUiam. B. in London. School, Bilesming (sic), 
Essex. Matric. Michs. 1814. Migrated to Clare, Oct. 3, 
1815; B.A. i8i8; M.A. 1821. Of Queen's Terrace, Windsor. 
Died Mar. 31, 1855, aged 58, at Windsor. Described as 'M.A., 
clerk in Holy Orders,' and 's. of William, of Settle and of 
N. Shoebury, Essex.' Not found in C/^rgy Lis*. (F.P.White.) 

PEART, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 5, 1819. 
S. of John, Esq., of Settle, Yorks. School, Giggleswick. 
Matric. Michs. 1820; B.A. 1824. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 
May 29, 1825 ; priest, Sept. 24, 1826. Married Isabella, 2nd 
dau. of James Dunlop, of Sydenham, Kent. Died in 1827, 
at Settle, Yorks. (Giggleswick Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 1827, i. 
376.) 

PEART, WILLIAM FIDDIAN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
June 19, 1841. S. of Richard, of Bull Street, Birmingham. 
B. in Birmingham. Matric. Michs. 1841; B.A. 1845; M.A. 
1851. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1845; priest, 1846; C. of 
Rowley-Regis, Staffs., 1845-55. C. of St James's, Bath, 
1855-60. C. of Shepton Mallet, Somerset, 1860-1. C. of 
Sowerby, Y'orks., 1861-8. V. of Mytholmroyd, 1868-86. 
V. of Thornton-Steward, 1886-99. Disappears from Crock- 
ford, 1900. Father of Alfred H. (1881). 

PEASE, ALFRED EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 7, 
1876. [Eldest] s. of Joseph Whitwell [M.P.], later [1st] Bart, 
[of Pinchinthorpe] and of Hutton HaO, Guisborough, Yorks. 
(and Mary, dau. of Alfred Fox, of Falmouth). B. [June 29], 
1857, at DarUngton. School, Grove House, Tottenham, 
London (private). Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1883. 
M.P. for Y'ork, 1885-92; for the Cleveland Div. of Yorks., 
1897-1902. Succeeded as 2nd Bart., 1903. Resident Magis- 
trate in the Transvaal, 1903-5. An early settler in Kenya; 
Head of Native Affairs. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Remount Service). Of Hutton Hall and Pinchinthorpe, 
Yorks. Married (i) Feb. 10, 1880, Helen Anne, dau. of 
Sir Robert N. Fowler, ist Bart, (and sister and co-heiress 
of Sir Thomas Fowler, 2nd and last Bart.), and had issue; 
(2) Sept. 28, 1912, Laure Marianne, yst. dau. of Louis 
Philippe Sugnet de Montmagny; (3) 1922, Emily Elizabeth 
Smith, adopted dau. of James Smith, of Thomaby-in- 
Cleveland. A Quaker. Lieut, for the City and D.L., London. 
J.P. and D.L. for the N. Riding of Yorks. F.R.G.S.; F.Z.S. 
Breeder, big game hunter, and all-round sportsman. In his 
youth rode in point-to-point races, and won steeple and 
hurdle races in S. Africa. Author, The Book of the Lion; 
The Badger; Horse-breeding for Farmers; A Dictionary of the 
Dialect of the N. Riding of Yorkshire; Half a Century of Sport; 
etc. Died Apr. 27, 1939, at Pinchinthorpe House. Brother 
of Joseph A. (1878); father of Edward (1900). (Burke, 
P. and B.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Walford, County 
Families; Who's Who in Local Government; Who's Who; 
The Turf's Who's Who; The Times, Apr. 28, 1939.) 

PEASE, ARTHUR FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 12, 
18S5. [Eldest] s. of Arthur [M.P., Mayor of Dariington], of 
Cliff House, Marske-on-the-Sea, Yorks. (and Mary Lecky, 
dau. of Ebenezer Pike, of Bessborough, Co. Cork). B. 
[Mar. ii], 1866 [at Hummersknott], Darlington, Durham. 
School, Brighton College. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888; 
M.A. 1893. Chairman and Managing Director of Pease and 
Partners, Ltd.; a Director of Lloyds Bank; Horden Col- 
lieries, Ltd.; the Forth Bridge Railway Co. and the North- 
Eastem Railway Co.; etc. Prominent during the protracted 
negotiations arising out of the minimum wage agitation. 
Second Civil Lord of the Admiralty, 1918-19. Created 
Baronet, 1920. Chairman of the Durham C.C., 1922-7. 
J.P. and D.L. for Co. Durham; High Sheriff, 1920. Married, 
Oct. 1, 1889, Laura Matilda Ethelwyn, dau. of Charles Peter 
Allix, of Swaffham Prior House, Cambs. Died Nov. 23, 1927, 
at Dariington. Brother of the next and of Herbert P. (1886). 
(Burke, P. and B.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Walford, 
County Families; D.N.B.; Who was Who; The Times, 
Nov. 24, 1927.) 



Pease, Harold Gurney 

PEASE, CLAUD EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 13, 
1893. [3rd, and youngest] s. of Arthur [M.P.], of Clifi 
House, Marske-by-the-Sea, Yorks. (and Mary Lecky, dau. 
of Ebenezer Pike, Esq., of Bessborough, Co. Cork). B. 
Nov. 27, 1874, at Darlington. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896. Of Selaby Hall, Gainford, Durham. 
J.P. for the North Riding of Yorks., 1902; High Sheriff. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. 
(T.F. Res.)). A Director of Barclay's Bank. Married, Dec. 12, 
1901, Lucy Victoria, 7th dau. of William Clayton Brown- 
Clayton, of Browne's Hill, Co. Carlow, and had issue. Died 
Mar. 22, 1952. Brother of the above and of Herbert P. 
(1886). (Burke, P. and B.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; 
Walford, County Families; Univ. War List; Kelly, Handbook; 
The I^imes, Mar. 24, 1952.) 

PEASE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 1900. 
[Eldest] s. of Alfred Edward (1876), later 2nd Bart., of 
Pinchinthorpe, Guisborough, Yorks. (by his ist wife, Helen 
Anne, dau. of Sir Robert N. Fowler, ist Bart.). B. there 
[Dec. 15], 1880. School, Winchester (scholar). Matric. Michs. 
1901; Scholar, 1902. In the Sudan Civil Service (Nile and 
Red Sea), 1903-11. Farming in East Africa, 1911-14. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Trooper, King Edward's 
Horse, 1915; wounded; Second Lieut., 1917; Lieut., 1918; 
Assistant Police Of&cer, 1917-19). Succeeded his father as 
3rd Bart., Apr. 27, 1939. Married, Nov. 20, 1919, Ida Mary, 
dau. of J. Lawrance, of Cambridge. Of Lowcross Gate, 
Hutton, Guisborough, Yorks., in 1952. (Winchester Coll. 
Reg.; Burke, P. and B.; Walford, County Families; Who's 
Who; Kelly, Handbook.) 

PEASE, EDWARD LLOYD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June i, 
1880. [2nd] s. of Henry [M.P.], of Pierremont, Darhngton 
[by his 2nd wife, Mary, dau. of Samuel Lloyd, of Wednes- 
bury]. B. there [Mar. 4], 1861. School, Oliver's Mount, 
Scarborough. Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 1884. A Director 
of Pease and Partners, Ltd.; etc. Of Hurworth Moor, 
Darlington. Married, 1890, his cousin, Helen Blanche, dau. 
of Sir Joseph W. Pease, ist Bart., of Hutton HaJl, Guis- 
borough. Died Mar. 15, 1934. Brother of John F. (1884). 
(Burke, L.G.; The Times, Mar. 16, 1934.) 

PEASE, ERNEST HUBERT. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1890. 
[2nd] s. of Edwin Lucas, Esq., of Mowden, Darlington (and 
Frances Helen Edwards). [B. June 10, 1871.] School, 
Reptoa. Matric. Michs. i8go. Of Mowden, Darlington. 
Well known in the hunting field. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Capt., Yorkshire Regt. (T.F.) and Special List 
(School of Instruction); O.B.E.; mentioned in Secretary of 
State's List for 'valuable services'). Resided latterly at 
Bembridge, Isle of Wight, where he died Sept. 19, 1928; 
buried at Darlington. Brother of Owen B. (1897) and WHliain 
E. (1884). (Repton Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; Univ. War List; 
Burke, L.G.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The Times, 
Sept. 21, 1928.) 

PEASE, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Dec. 24, 1814. 
Of Yorkshire. [3rd s. of Joseph Robinson, of Hesslewood 
(who assumed the name Pease in 1773) (and Anne, dau. of 
Nicholas Twigge, of Ashover, Derbs.). B. June 30, 1796. 
School, Louth Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 1815; B.A. 1819; 
M.A. 1822. Ord. deacon (York) 1822; priest, 1822. C. of 
Seighford, StaSs., 1823-5. C. of Tachbrook, Warws., 1825-31. 
V. of Darrington, Y'orks., 1831-75. Married, Apr. 14, 1831, 
J'ane, dau. of John Swinfen. Died Oct. 23, 1876, at Brid- 
lington. Brother of Joseph R. (1807). (Goulding, Some 
Louth Gr. Sch. Boys; Burke, L.G.; The Times, Nov. 6, 1876.) 

PEASE, GEORGE CLIFFORD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Magda- 
lene, Apr. 22, 1841. [2nd] s. of Joseph Robinson, Esq. 
(1807), of Hessle Wood, near Hull (and Harriet Walker). 
[B. Nov. 21, 1822.] School, private. Matric. Michs. 1841; 
B.A. 1846; M.A. 1849. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1845; priest, 
1847; C. of Christ Church, Leicester, 1845-8. C. of West 
Hoathly, Sussex, 1848-50. C. of Hungerford, Berks., 1850-6. 
V. of Paull with Thorngumbald, Y'orks., 1856-65. R. of 
Routh, 1865-93. Married, Sept. 26, 1850, Clarissa, youngest 
dau. of John Turner, of Gravetye Manor, Sussex. Died in 
1894. Brother of James R. (1843); father of James E. (1888). 
(Burke, L.G.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Crockford.) 

PEASE, HAROLD GURNEY. Adm. at King's, Oct. 12, 18S2. 
[Eldest] s. of Gurney, of DarUngton (and Katharine, dau. of 
John Jowitt Wilson, Esq., of Kendal, Westmorland). B. in 
1865. School, Oliver's Mount, Scarborough. Matric. Michs. 
1882; B.A. 1885; M.A. i8go. In business for sometime. 
Master of the Ayton Harriers, 1896-1900; of the South 
Oxfordshire Hunt, 1900-1. An invalid for many years. 
Married, 1896, Gwendolen Margaret, 2nd dau. of John 
Theobald Butler, Fsq., of Great Ayton Hall, Yorks. Died 
Apr. 27, 1928, at Virginia Water. Brother of John H. (1890) 
and Wilson (1886). (King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Walford, 
County Families; The Times, May i, 1928.} 



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Pease, Herbert Pike 

PEASE, HERBERT PIKE. Adin. at Trinity Hall, 1886. 
[2nd] s. of Arthur, Esq. [M.P.], of Princes Gardens, South 
Kensington, London (and Mary Lecky, 2nd dau. of Ebenezer 
Pike, of Bessborough, Co. Cork). [B. May 7, 1867. School, 
Brighton College.] Matric. Michs. 1886. M. P. for Darlington, 
1898-1910 and 1910-23. Liberal Unionist Whip, 1906-10; 
Unionist Whip, 1910-15. Assistant Postmaster-General, 
1915-22. P.C., 1917. Vice-Chainuan of the House of Laity 
of the National Church Assembly, 1917. President, Church 
Army, 1917. An Ecclesiastical Commissioner, 1923-49, and 
a Church Estates Conunissioner, 1926-49. Raised to the 
peerage as Baron Daryngton of Witley, Surrey, Feb. 12, 
1923. J. P. and D.L. for the N. Riding of Vorks.; J. P. for 
Surrey. Married, June 5, 1894, Alice Mortimer, 2nd dau. of 
the Very Rev. Herbert Mortimer Luckock, D.D., Dean of 
Lichfield, and had issue. Of 65, Onslow Gardens, London, 
S.W., in IQ47. Died May 10, 1949. Brother of Arthur F. 
(1885) and' Claud E. (1893). (Brighton Coll. Reg.; Burke, 
P. and B.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Walford, County 
Families; Who's Who.) 

PEASE, JAMES ERNEST. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pembroke, 
Oct. I, iSSS. S. of the Rev. George [CliSord] (1841), of 
Routh, near Beverley (and Clarissa Turner). B. [1869], at 
Beverley. [School, Malvern College.] Matric. Michs. 1888; 
B.A. 1891. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1S93; priest, 1S94; C. of 
Hevingham, Norfolk, 1893-1906. V. of Haveringland, 
and R. of Brandiston, 1906-13. P.C. of Hackness with 
Harwood Dale, Yorks., 1913-16. R. of Heydon with Inning- 
land, 1916-26, and V. of Guestwick, Norfolk, 1918-26. Died 
Dec. 19, 1925. {Malvern Coll. Reg.; Crockford; The Times, 
Dec. 21, 1926.) 

PEASE, JAMES ROBINSON. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magda- 
lene, Apr. 27, 1843. [3rd] s. of Joseph Robinson (1807), 
Of Hessle, near Hull (and Harriet Walker). [B. Feb. 28, 
1824.] School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1843; B.A. 1847; 
M.A. 1852. Of Westwood, Beverley, Yorks. J. P. for the 
East Riding of Yorks. Married. Feb. 28, 1854, Louisa 
Frances, dau. of John Barkworth, of Tranby House, near 
Hull, and had issue. Died Jan. 13, 1888. Brother of George 
C. (1841). (Uppingliam Sch. Roll.; Burke, L.G.) 

PEASE, JOHN FRANCIS. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1884. [3rd] 
s. of Henry, Esq., M.P., of DarUngton (by his 2nd wife, 
Mary, dau. of Samuel Lloyd). [B. Aug. 20, 1862.] Matric. 
Lent, 1884. Married, Dec. 20, 1899, Charlotte Wakefield, 
dau. of George Edward Fox, of Plymouth, and had issue. 
Died June 15, 1935, at Stanhokn, Darlington. Brother of 
Edward L. (1880). (Burke, L.G.; The Times, June 17, 1935.) 

PEASE, JOHN HENRY. Adm. at King's, Oct. 9, 1890. S. of 
Gumey, of Darlington [and Katharine, dau. of John Jowitt 
Wilson, of Kendal]. B. 1S71. School, Oliver's Mount, Scar- 
borough; and at Edinburgh University. Matric. Michs. 
1890; B.A. 1894. Engaged in business. Of Carlbury Hall, 
Piercebridge, Durham, J. P., and of Broadwindsor House, 
Dorset. Married, 1905, Louisa, dau. of Charles Edward 
Lambert, of the Manor House, Effingham, Surrey, and had 
issue. Died Feb. 19, 1939; buried at Broadwindsor. Brother 
of Harold G. (1882) and Wilson (1886). {King's Coll. Adm. 
Reg.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The limes, Feb. 20, 
I939-) 

PEASE. JOSEPH ALBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June i, 
1878. [2nd] s. of Joseph Whitwell [M.P.] (ist Bart.), of 
Hutton Hall, Guisborough, Yorks. [and Marj', dau. of Alfred 
Fox, of Falmouth]. B. [Jan. 17], i860, at DarUngton, 
Durham. School, Grove House, Tottenham, London 
(private). Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882; M.A. 1885. Of 
Headlam Hall, Gainford, Durham. Mayor of Darlington, 
1889. Private Secretary to the Rt. Hon. John Morley, Chief 
Secretary for Ireland, 1893-5. M.P. for the Tyneside Division 
of Northumberland, 1892-1900; for Saffron W'alden, 1901-10; 
for Rotherham, 1910-16. Junior Whip, 1897-1905; Junior 
Lord of the Treasury, 1905-8. P.C, 1908. Chancellor of the 
Duchy of Lancaster, 1910-11. President of the Board of 
Education, 1911-15; Postmaster-General, 1916. Created 
ist Baron Gainford of Headlam, Durham, Jan. 3, 1917. 
On Claims Commission in France and Italy, 1915-20. 
Interested in a number of industrial companies, including 
Pease and Partners, colliery owners. President of the Federa- 
tion of British Industries, 1927-8. Chairman of the B.B.C., 
1922-6; Vice-chairman, 1926-32. Member of Advisory Com- 
mittee to Board of Education on the Victoria and Albert 
Museum. Married, Oct. 18, 1886, Ethel, dau. of Lieut. -Gen. 
Sir Henry Marshman Havelock-AUan, 1st Bart., V.C, 
G.C.B., M.P., and had issue. Died Feb. 15, 1943, at Headlam 
Hall. Brotherof Alfred E. (1876). {Schoolmasters' Directories; 
Burke, P. and B.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Walford, 
County Families; Who's Who; The Times, Feb. 16, 1943.) 



Peat, John 

PEASE, JOSEPH ROBINSON. .A.dm. Fell. -Com. at Trinity 
Hall, Mar. 9, 1S07. [Eldest s. of Joseph Robinson, of 
Hessle Wood House, Hull (who assumed, by sign-manual, 
according to his grandfather's will, the surname of Pease, 
1773) (and Anne, dau. of Nicholas Twigge, of Ashover, 
Derbs.). B. Nov. 21, 1789.] Matric. Michs. 1807. Of Hessle 
Wood, near HuU. J[.P. and D.L. for the E. Ridijag of Yorks. 
Head of the banking firm of Pease, Hoare and Pease, of 
HuU. [The family of Pease was long settled in HuU. One 
of its members, Robert, went to Amsterdam c. 1660, where 
he married Esther Clifford; their 3rd son, Joseph, settled in 
Hull, where in 1754 he estabUshed the bank.] Married, 
Apr. 7, 1818, Harriet, dau. of James Walker, of Springhead 
and Beverley, Yorks. Died May 27, 1866, at Hessle V\ood. 
Father of George C. (1841) and James R. (1843); brother of 
George (1814). (Burke, L.G.; G. Mag., 1866, 11. 263.) 

PEASE, OWEN BEAUMONT. Adm. at" Trinity Hall, 1897. 
[3rd] s. of Edwin L[ucas], deceased, of Mowden, Darlington 
(and Frances Helen Edwards). [B. Jan. 1, 1879.] School, 
Repton. Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1901. Of Swale, Rich- 
mond, Yorks. Died Apr. 17, 1912. Brother of Ernest H. 
(1890) and William E. (1884). ' (ifeWoH Sch. Reg.; Burke, 
L.G.) 

PEASE, WALTER FELL. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1893. 
[3rd] s. of Henry FeU, Esq., M.P., of Brinkbum, DarUngton 
[and Stanhope Castle, Durham (and Elizabeth, dau. of John 
Beaumont I'ease, of North Lodge, DarUngton). B. Mar. 15, 
1874]. School, Winton House, Winchester. Matric. Michs. 
1893. Sometime of Brinkbum, DarUngton. Subsequently of 
Moulton Hall, Middleton Tyas, Yorks. Married, Jan. 21, 
1914, Florence Evelyn, dau. of Edward Gibson Tilton, of 
Victoria, B.C. Died Jan. 5, 1936, at Moulton Hall. Step- 
nephew of Edward L. (1880) and John F. (1884). (Burke, 
L.G. ; Walford, County Families ; The limes, Jan. 6, 1936.) 

PEASE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 24, 1869. 
B. in London. Did not reside, owing to ill-health. 

PEASE, WILLIAM EDWIN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 23, 
1884. [Eldest] s. of Edwin Lucas, of Mowden, Darlington 
(and Frances Helen, dau. of William Peter Edwards, of 
Hindwell, Radnors.). B. June 3, 1865, at Darlington. School, 
CUfton College. Matric. Michs. 1S84: B..4. 1888. Of Mowden, 
Darlington, and Pentre, Cascob, Radnors. J. P. for Radnors.; 
High Sheriff, 1894. Director of the Cleveland Bridge and 
Engineering Co., Darlington; of the Consett Iron Co., etc. 
Mayor of DarUngton, 1924-5. M.P. for Darlington, 1923-6. 
Died Jan. 23, 1926. Brother of Ernest H. (1890) and Owen B. 
(1897). (Burke, L.G.; Walford, County Families; Who was 
Who.) 

PEASE, WILSON. Adm. at King's, Oct. 4, 1886. S. of Gumey, 
of DarUngton. School, Oliver's Mount, Scarborough. 
Matric. i\Uchs. 1886; B.A. 1889. CaUed to the Bar, Inner 
Temple, Nov. 19, 1894. Died June 17, 1923. Brother of 
Harold G. (1882) and John H. (1890). King's Coll. Adm. 
Reg.; Law Lists.) 

PEAT, ABRAHAM. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, May 28, 1835. 
S. of A[braham], Esq., of Sevenoaks, Kent. Matric. Michs. 
1835; B.A. 1839; M..\. 1842. Ord. deacon, 1839; priest 
(Winchester) 1841; C. of Lambeth, 1839-42. C. of Culford 
with Ingham and Timworth, Suffolk, 1S42-6. P.C. of All 
Saints, Lambeth, 1846-55. \'. of Thorley, Isle of Wight, 
1864-S6. Died Sept. 21, 1886, aged 71, at Southsea. Father 
of the next; brother of John (1829). ('/'. A. Walker, 452; 
Scott, MSS.; Cant. Act Book; Crockford.) 

PEAT, FRANK BRYANT. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 20, 
1880. S. of the Rev. Abraham (1835) (and Ann). B. [Jan. 11, 
1862], at Tovil, East Farleigh, Kent. Bapt. Feb. 7, 1862. 
[School, Marlborough CoUege.] Did not reside. Matric. 
Alichs. 1880, as a Non-Coil, student from Cavendish H.; 
B.A. 1884. Sometime farming in Orange River Colony, 
S. Africa. {Marlborough Coll. Reg.) 

PEAT, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, May 2, 1829. S. of 
Abraham, of Sevenoaks, Kent. Matric. Michs. 1829; B.A. 
1833; M.A. 1836. Adm. ad eundem at Oxford, 1839. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) 1835; priest (Canterbury) 1836; C. of 
St Leonards-on-Sea, 1835. C. of Croydon, 1836. C. of 
Lambeth, 1837-40. Minister of Holy Trinity, Lambeth, 
1840-5. C. of St George's, Hanover Square, London, 1845-7; 
of All Saints, Lambeth, 1848-9. C. of Sevenoaks, Kent, 
1849-54. P.C. of Weald Chapel, Sevenoaks, 1854-60. R. of 
Hangleton, Sussex, 1860-3. V. of East Grinsted, 1863-71. 
.'\uthor, 1 he Afflictive Dispensations of Providence Con- 
sidered; Poems; Songs of the Moral Sympathies; A Translation 
of the Sapphic Odes of Horace; JhouglUs on a Plurality of 
Worlds; etc. Died May 11, 1871. Brother of Abraham (1835). 
{Boose, VI. 375; T. A. Walker, 437; Al. Oxon.) 



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Peat, Robert 

PEAT, ROBERT. Adm. as a 'Ten-year man' at Trinity, 
Apr. 20, 1795, as 'Patt.' D.D., Glasgow, 1799. R. of Ashley 
and Silverly with V. of Kirtling, Cambs., in 1804. P.C. of 
St Lawrence, New Brentford, 1808-37. Chaplain to 
George IV. Order of St Stanislaus conferred on him (then 
a layman) by the King of Poland, Nov. 2, 1790. Married 
Miss Smith, 'an elderly maiden lady of large property in 
Durham.' Died Apr. 20, 1837, aged 65, at New Brentford. 
His library sold at Sotheby's in June, 1S37. (F. P. White; 
Hennessey; G. Mag., 1837, 11. 209, 662; Letters of George IV, 
I- 275.) 

PEAT (or PEATE), WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Jan. 30, 1796. Matric. Michs. 1798. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
Sept. 20, 1801; priest, Dec. 20, 1801. R. of Nettlestead, 
Suffolk, 1801-15. Venn, 11. 91, gives this cure to William 
Peete (1772) of Caius. (Foster, Index Eccles.) 

PEATFIELD, JOSEPH JOSHUA. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
June 23, 1853. Eldest s. of the Rev. John, V. of Edwalton, 
Notts. B. Aug. 26, 1833. Schools, Nottingham (Mr Butler) 
and Grantham (Mr Inman). Matric. Michs. 1853; B.A. 1858. 

PEATLING, ALBERT VICTOR. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Magdalene, July 30, 1886. [3rd and youngest] s. of 
Frederick, J. P., of Leverington House, Wisbech, Cambs. 
(and Eliza, dau. of Stephen Martin, of Sheffield). [B. 
Mar. 21, 1869.] School, Wisbech. Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 
1893; M.B. and B.Chir. 1898. At St Thomas's Hospital. 
L.S.A., 1893. Served in the S. African War (Medical Officer, 
hospital ship 'Queen Victoria'; Civil Surgeon, S. Africa 
Field Force). Clinical Assistant, Chelsea Hospital for Women 
and East London Hospital for Children. Practising at Wor- 
cester in 1900 and subsequently at Carshalton, Surrey. 
Married, Apr. 19, 1906, and had issue. Died May 12, 1922. 
(Medical Directories; Burke, L.G.) 

PECHELL, ALFRED HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 

Mar. 10, 1846. [Eldest] s. of John [merchant, of Hull]. 
[B. May 15, 1827.] Matric. Michs. 1846; B.A. 1851. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, Nov. 20, 1848. Called to the Bar, Apr. 30, 
1852. Of The Elms, Beverley Road, Hull, in 1885. Married, 
June 12, 1852, Helen, only child of William Goodlad Todd, 
Esq., deceased, of Barton-on-Humber, and had issue. 
Author, Legal Fragments; Battle of Hastings. {Law Lists; 
Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

PECK, ANTHONY. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, May 13, 
1836. B. at Gravesend, Kent. Matric. Michs. 1836; B.A. 
1840; M.A. 1854. 

PECK, ARTHUR KENRICK. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Mar. 13, 
1895. S. of Jasper Kemick [and Mary, dau. of Christopher 
Heath]. B. [Feb. 13, 1876], in London. School, Repton. 
Matric. Michs. 1895; Scholar, 1895; B.A. 1898. Entered the 
Colonial Civil Service, 1899; Assistant District Officer, Kuala 
Pilah, Negri Sembilan, 1904; Assistant District Officer, 
Kuala Selangor, 1909-11; Deputy Conservator of Forests, 
Selangor. Assistant Secretary to Resident, Perak. Assistant 
District Officer at Khula Kangsan and Lamt. Harbour 
Master at Perak, and District Officer at Kuala Pilah, 1910. 
Died June 11, 1911, at Kuala Pilah. (Peile, 11. 798; Scott, 
MSS.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Christ's College obit. 
notices.) 

PECK, CHARLES WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 2, 
1885. S. of William Thomas Snell. B. [Sept. 12, 1867], at 
Eye, Suffolk. Schools, Yarmouth and University College, 
London. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888; M.A. 1892. Ord. 
deacon (Lichfield) 1894; priest, 1895; C. of Edensor, Staffs., 
1894-6. C. of Kingsthorpe, Northants., 1896-7. C. of All 
Saints, King's Lynn, Norfolk, 1897-1903. Chaplain at 
St Jean-de-Luz, 1903-4. C. of Diss, Norfolk, 1904-7. P.-in- 
charge of Lower Red Deer district, Calgary, Canada, 1907-8. 
C. of Millarville with Pekisko, Calgary, IQ08-10. C. of Diss, 
Norfolk, 1910-15. R. of BilUngford, Norfolk, 1915-16. Died 
July 30, 1916. (Peile, 11. 718; Crockford; Christ's College 
Notes.) 

PECK, EDWARD ANSLEY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
June 30, 1834. S. of the Rev. Edward Martin (1798). B. at 
Wyton, Hunts. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1834; B.A. 
1838; M.A. 1841. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1840; pries't, 1841; 
C. of Coveney, Cambs., 1840-5. R. of Houghton, Hunts., 
1846-91. Died Nov. 26, 1893, aged 77, at Brondesbui-y. 
Brother of Walter (1834). ' (Crockford; The Guardian, 
Dec. 6, 1893.) 

PECK, EDWARD GEORGE. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 1872. 
[S. of George, chemist and alderman, of Cambridge. B. 1854.] 
B.A. 1876; M.A. 1883. At St George's Hospital. M.R.C.S., 
1880; L.R.C.P., Edin., 1888. House Surgeon at St George's 
Hospital. Resident Medical Officer, Chelsea Hospital for 
Women. Practised at Queensbury, Bradford, Yorks.; 
Medical Superintendent, Queensbury infectious diseases 



Peck, Sydney Capel 

hospital. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut.-Col., 
R.A.M.C. (T.F.); D.S.O., 1916 (for gallantry at Thiepval) ; 
mentioned in despatches). Practised at Hampstead in 1920. 
Subsequently Medical Superintendent, Ministry of Pensions 
Hospital, Edenhall, Edinburgh. Died Oct. 27, 1939. Brother 
of Ernest S. (1893), Herbert J. (1888) and Sydney C. (1890). 
(Medical Directories; Univ. War List; The V.C. and D.S.O.; 
Who was Who.) 

PECK, EDWARD MARTIN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 10, 
1798. [S. of Walter.] B. Sept. i, 1779. Schools, Oakham 
and Louth. Matric. Lent, 1799; B.A. 1802; M.A. 1805. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) June 13, 1802; priest (Ely) May 27, 1804; 
C. of Weston Hail, Hunts., 1802-4. R- of Coveney with 
Manea, Cambs., 1804-47, and R. of Houghton with Wyton, 
Hunts., iSii-47. Married, Sept. 27, 1813, Margaret, eldest 
dau. of John Ansley, deceased, of London. Died Sept. 9, 
1847, aged 67, at Wyton. Father of Edward A. (1834) and 
Walter (1834); brother of William (1810). (Scott, MSS., 
gives died Aug.; E. H. Vigars, who gives 'died Aug. 9'; 
I he Patrician, iv. 296; St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 419; Cani. 
Act Book; G. Mag., 1847, 11. 662; Goulding, Some Louth Gr. 
Sch. Boys.) 

PECK, EDWARD SURMAN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 11, 
1885. S. of WiUiam Bishop. B. [Mar. 23, 1866], at Clifton, 
Bristol. School, Clifton College. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 
1888; M.B. and B.Chir. 1891; D.P.H. 1894. At St Bartholo- 
mew's Hospital. Surgeon-Lieut., I.M.S., 1894; Surgeon- 
Captain, 1897; Surgeon-Major, 1906. At the relief of Chitral, 
1895. Civil Surgeon in the Punjab. Retired, as Lieut.-Col., 
1913. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut.-Col., 
I. M.S.). Died Jan. 15, 1934, at Montreux, Switzerland. 
(Clifton Coll. Reg.; I.C.S. Lists; Army Lists; Medical Direc- 
tories; The Times, Jan. 17, 1934.) 

PECK, ERNEST SAVILLE. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 1893. 
[S. of George, chemist and alderman of Cambridge, of 
St Paul's Road, Cambridge. B. 1866. School, Perse, Cam- 
bridge.] B.-A. 1896; M.A. 1900. Lieut., 3rd Vol. Batt., the 
Suffolk Regt., 1902. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Capt., Cambs. Regt.; Major, Gen. Staff, employed British 
Military Mission; mentioned in Secretary of State's List for 
'valuable services'; retired, 1919). Head of the firm of 
G. Peck and Sons, chemists, of Cambridge. President, the 
Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, 1935-6. Member 
of Cambridge Borough Council, 1924-47; Alderman, 1938; 
Mayor, 1937-8. D.L. for Cambs., 1939. A keen antiquary. 
Made a most comprehensive collection of pestles and mortars. 
Married and had issue. Of Friarswood, Long Road, Cam- 
bridge, in 1952. Brother of the next, of Sydney C. (1890) 
and Edward G. (1872). (Univ. War List; Kelly, Handbook.) 

PECK, HERBERT JOHN. Matric. Non-Coil., Michs. 1888. 
[S. of George, chemist and alderman, of Fitzwilliam Street, 
Cambridge.] B.A. 1891; M.A. 1896. Ord. deacon (York) 
1891; priest, 1892; C. of St John's, Kingston-on-Hull, 
1891-3. C.M.S. Missionary at Kherwara, N.W.P., 1894-6. 
C. of Hampsthwaite, Yorks., 1896-8; V. there, 1898-1946. 
Hon. Canon of Ripon, 1929. Married and had issue. Died 
Sept. II, 1949, at Harrogate. Brother of the above, of 
Sydney C. (1890) and Edward G. (1872). (Scott, MSS.; 
Crockford.) 

PECK, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Jan. 21, 1845. 
[An orphan; nephew and ward of E. Buckley, Esq., M.P., 
of Higher Ardwick, Manchester.] Matric. Michs. 1845. 

PECK, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Queens', Oct. 1876; B.A. 
1880; M.A. 18S3. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1879; priest, 
1880; C. of St Peter's, Norbiton, Surrey, 1879-82. C. of 
Ewell, 18S2-3. Chaplain at Carthagena, 1883-4; s' \^tx- 
sailles, 1884-93; at Holy Trinity, Boulogne, 1893-5. Chap- 
lain, Holloway Sanatorium, Virginia Water, 1895-1928. 
Died Mar. 25, 1928. (Crockford; The Times, Mar. 27, 1928.) 

PECK, SYDNEY CAPEL. Adm. sizar at Sidney, Oct. i, 1890. 
S. of George [chemist and aldennan], of Cambridge. B. 
Sept. 2, 1871. School, Perse, Cambridge (Mr Barnes- 
Lawrence). Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893; M.A. 1897. 
Second Lieut., R.A., 1900; Lieut., 1901. Served, 1902-3, 
with W. African Frontier Force in N. Nigeria; Capt., 1913; 
Major, 1915; Colonel, 1922; Major-General, 1928. In the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut.-Col.; Gen. Staff Officer; D.S.O., 
1917; Brevet Lieut.-Col., 1918; mentioned three times in 
despatches). Head of the British Mission in Fiumc, 1919. 
British Commissioner and President, Klagenfurt inter-allied 
plebiscite Commission (S. .Austria), 1920-1. Director of 
Artillery, 1924-7, and of Mechanisation (at the War Office), 
1927-32. C.B., 1927. Retired, 1933. Sometime President, 
Institute of Automobile Engineers. In the London Fire 
Service, 1940-2. Died June 25, 1Q40. Brother of Ernest S. 
(1893), Herbert J. (188S) and Edward G. (1872). (Army 
Lists; Univ. War List; The V.C. and D.S.U.; Who's Who; 
Kelly, Handbook.) 



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Peck, Thomas 

PECK, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Apr. 30, 1752; 
Scholar, 1753. [Doubtless only s. of Wharton (1710-11), of 
Norwich, LL.D.] Adm. at the Mddle Temple, Dec. 4, i75i. 
(Inns of Court.) 

PECK, THOMAS WAYLAND. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 12, 1882. S. of Thomas, sm-geon (and Isabella). B. at 
Ruskington, Lines. Bapt. July 14, 1863. Matiic. Michs. 
1882; B. A. 1885; M.A. 1916. Assistant Master at Nottingham 
High School, 1885-1900. Ord. deacon (Southwell) 1886; 
priest, 1887; C. of St Anne's, Nottingham, 1886-92. C. of 
New Radford, Notts., 1893-6. C. of Holme-Pierrepont, 
1897-1905. C. of GedUng, 1905-16. V. of New Basford, 
1916-34. Subse(^eutly of 14, Berwick Drive, Great Crosby, 
Liverpool. Disappears from Crockford, 1940. 

PECK, WALTER. .\dm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 28, 1834. 
Of Huntingdonshire. S. of the Rev. — [Edward Martin 
(1798)]. [School, Uppingham.] Matric. Michs. 1834; B.A. 
1839. Brother of Edward A. (1834). (Uppingham Sch. Roll.) 

PECK, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Sidney, May 31, 1810; 
Fell. -Com., Nov. 1810. 4th s. of Walter, Esq., of Hilton, 
Hunts. B. there, Nov. 26, 1785. School, Uppingham 
(Mr Butt). Matric. Michs. 1810; B.A. 1814. Brother of 
Edward M. (1798). (P. B. G. BinnaU.) 

PECK, WILLIAM GODFREY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 30, 

1887. [3rd] s. of Kenrick [barrister], of Downes House, 
EUng, Hants, (and Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. Thomas 
Dodmgton, of Horsington House, Somerset). B. [Aug. 21, 
1869], at Southampton. School, Kelly CoUege, Tavistock. 
Devon. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890; M.B. and B.Chir. 
1894. A Naval Surgeon. Died c. 1900, of fever, at Malta. 
{Kelly Coll. Reg.; Helen G. Clark; Fox-Davies, Armorial 
Families.) 

PECKARD, The Rev. PETER. M.A. 1753, incorp. from Oxford; 
D.D. per Lit. Reg., from Magdalene, 1785. [S. of the Rev. 
John, of Welboume, Lines.] Matric. from Corpus Christi, 
Oxford, July 20, 1734, age 16; B.A. (Oxford) 1738; M.A. 
(Oxford) 1741-2. Fellow of Brasenose College, Oxford. 
Master of Magdalene, 1781-97. Vice-Chancellor, 1784-5. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 22, 1745; priest. May 25, 1746. 
R. of Fletton, Hunts., 1760-97, and V. of Yaxley, 1760-77. 
Chaplain, Grenadier Guards, 1766; serving with them in 
Germany. Preb. of Lincoln, 1774-97. Preb. of Southwell, 
1777-97. R. of Tansor, Northants., 1777-93. R. of Abbots 
Ripton, Hunts., 1793-7. Dean of Peterborough, 1792-7. 
Married, c. 1752, Martha, eldest dau. of Edward Ferrar, 
attorney, of Huntingdon. A great supporter of the aboUtion 
of slavery. Proposed, as a subject for the prize to be given 
to the Senior Bachelors, 'An liceat nolentes in servitutem 
dare.'', the first prize being Jad judged to Thomas Clarkson, 
of St John's, who was ultimately so closely associated with 
the anti-slavery movement. Author, Sermons. Died Dec. 8, 
1797; buried behind the altar in Peterborough Cathedral. 
M.I. {Al. Oxon.; Northants. Clergy; D.N.B.; G. Mag., 1797, 
11. 1076; Gunning, i. 122-4.) 

PECKITT, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Nov. i, 
1819. S. of Henry. B. [i8oi], in London. School, Greenwich, 
Kent. Matric. Michs. 1819; B.A. 1824; M.A. 1827. Lived 
at Carlton Husthwaite, near Thirsk, Yorks., 1832-84. 
Member of Thirsk bowmen, 1833; shot annually for the 
Scorton arrow, 1843-73. Founded (with the Rev. John 
Higginson) the Grand National Archery Society, 1844. Died 
Jan. 29, 1884, at Carlton Husthwaite. {Boose, vi. 376.) 

PECKOVER, ALEXANDER. Hon. LL.D. 1894. Adm. Fell.- 
Com. at St John's, Aug. 23, 1.894. [Eldest] s. of Algernon, 
banker, of Sibald's Holnie, Wisbech, Cambs. (and Priscilla 
Alexander). B. .\ug. 16, 1830, at Wisbech. School, Grove 
House, Tottenham (Mr Thomas Binns). Of Bank House, 
Wisbech. Partner for many years in the bank of Gumey, 
Peckover and Co. Lord Lieut, of Cambs., 1893-1906. 
Created 1st Baron Peckover of Wisbech, July 20, 1907. 
F.S.A.; F.L.S.; F.R.G.S. J. P. for the Isle of Ely. Greatly 
interested in the collection of MSS., early Bibles, maps and 
printed books. Married, Apr. 8, 1858, Eliza, only child of 
Joseph Sharpies, of Hitchin, and had issue. Died Oct. 21, 
1919. Benefactor to St John's CoUege Library. (Burke, P. 
and B.; Who was Who.) 

PECKOVER, EDMUND GEORGE. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
July 5, 1855. S. of Edmund, tailor (and Barbara). B. 
May 21, 1836, at 114, Great Russell Street, London. School, 
Christ's Hospital. Matric. Michs. 1855; Scholar, 1858; B.A. 
1859; M.A. 1862. Assistant Master at Christ's Hospital, 
1860-71. Ord. deacon (London) 1863; priest, 1864; C. of 
Christ Church, Lee, Kent, 1863-5. Reader at Christ Church, 
Newgate Street, 1867-71. V. of Horley, Surrey, 1871-89. 
Married, Jan. 7, 1862, Mary, eldest dau. of J. Hart, Esq., 



Pedder, Richard Wallace 

of Framlingham, Suffolk. Died Dec. 29, 1889, at Horley. 
{Christ's Hospital Exhibitioners; Eagle, xvi. 179; Crockford; 
The Guardian, Jan. 15, 1862 and Jan. 8, 1890.) 

PECKSTON, THOMAS SNOWDON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Mar. 14, 1837. Matric. Michs. 1837; B.A. 1841; M.A. 1845. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1845; priest, 1846. Head Master of 
Beverley Grammar School, Yorks., 1842-5. Maths. Master 
at the Collegiate Grammar School, Southwell, Notts., 1845-6. 
C. of St Bartholomew's, Bethnal Green, 1847-9. Assistant 
Minister of St John, St Peter and St Matthias, Bethnal 
Green, 1849-60; of St Andrew's, Bethnal Green, 1853-6; of 
St Jude's, Bethnal Green, 1860-5. Subsequently resided at 
Cambridge Heath, N.E. Disappears from Crockford, 1875. 

PECZENIK, CHARLES EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 1, 1894. S. of Leon, of 53, Portland Place, London. 
B. May 20, 1877, in Paris. School, private. Matric. Michs. 
1894. 

PEDDER, EDWARD. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Emmanuel, Feb. 11, 
1796. Father of Richard W. (1849)- 

PEDDER, The Rev. JAMES. B.A. 1758, incorp. from Oxford; 
M.A. 1758. Adm. pens, at Sidney, July 1, 1758- [S. of 
Richard, linen-draper, of Preston, Lanes, (and Jennet, dau. 
of John Reed, of Preston). B. July 25, 1731-] Matric. from 
Queen's CoUege, Oxford, Jan. 29, 1749-50, age 18; B.A. 
(Oxford) 1753. V. (and patron) of Garstang, Lanes., 1753-72. 
Married Jane, dau. of John Bowes. Died Apr. 29, 1772, 
buried at Garstang. Father of John (1787). (^'- Oxon.; 
Baines, History of Lanes., v. 424.) 

PEDDER, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 16, 1815. Of 
Lancashire. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. John (next), V. of 
Garstang, Lanes, (and his ist wife). B. July 13, i796- 
Matric. Michs. 1815; B.A. 1819; M..^.. 1829. Ord. deacon 
(Chester) 1819; priest, 1821; C. of Garstang, Lanes., 1822-35; 
V. there (succeeding his father), 1835-55. Married EUza, 
dau. of Edward Greenhalgh, of Myerscough HaU, Lanes. 
Died Dec. 13, 1855, at Garstang vicarage; buried at Garstang. 
Half-brother of John (1822). (Peile, 11. 379; Burke, L.G.; 
Baines, History of Lanes.; G. Mag., 1856, i. 432.) 

PEDDER, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 9, 1787- [2nd s. 
of the Rev. James (1758), V. of Garstang, Lanes.] B. Dec. 12, 
1767, at Garstang. School, Manchester Grammar. Matric. 
Michs. 1787; B.A. 1791; M.A. 1794. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1791; 
priest, 1792; C. of Over, Cambs. V. of Garstang, 1794-1835. 
Married (1) Isabella, dau. of WiUiam Fletcher, of Lancaster, 
and had issue; (2) Apr. 8, 1801, Elizabeth, dau. of Robert 
Taylor, of Stot Park and Finsthwaite, and had further issue. 
Died May 6, 1835; buried in Garstang Church (marble tablet 
to his memory). Father of James (above) and of the next. 
(Manchester Gr. Sch. Reg., 11. 42; Burke, L.G.; Baines, 
Hist, of Lanes., v. 424; Ely Ord. Lists.) 

PEDDER, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, May g, 1822. S. of 
the Rev. John (above), V. of Garstang, Lanes, (by his 
2nd wife). [B. there, July 5, 1803.] Privately educated at 
Liverpool. Matric. Michs. 1822; B.A. 1826; M.A. 1829. Adm. 
ad eundem at Oxford, 1849. Ord. deacon (Chester) July 9, 
1826; priest, July 15, 1827. Domestic Chaplain to the 
Marquess of Conyngham and C. of Kirkham, Lanes., 1835-56. 
V. of Garstang, 1856-9. Married, May 12, 1836, Margaret, 
dau. of James Pedder, of Preston. Of Finsthwaite House, 
Ulverston. J. P. for Lanes, and Westmorland. Died, s.p., 
July 16, 1859; buried at Garstang. Half-brother of James 
(1815). {Al. Oxon.; Scott, MSS.; Burke, L.G.; Clergy List; 
Baines, History of Lanes.; G. Mag., 1859, 11. 313.) 

PEDDER, JOHN LEWES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 8, 
1810. Doubtful if resided. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Oct. 31, 1810. [Eldest] s. of J[ohn], Esq., of the Middle 
Temple, London. [B. Feb. 10, 1793-] School, Charterhouse. 
Matric. Michs. 1810; LL.B. 1822. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
Jan. 16, 1813. Called to the Bar, June 16, 1820. Chief 
. Justice of Van Dieman's Land, 1824-54. Knighted, Nov. 26, 
1838. Married Maria — . Died Mar. 24, 1859, at 8, Bedford 
Square, Brighton. {Boose, 11. 1430; Law Lists; Inns of Court; 
R. br Arrowsmith.) 

PEDDER, RICHARD WALLACE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Dec. 15, 1849; re-adm. July 3, 1851. S. of Edward, Esq. 
(1796), of Darwen Bank, Preston (and Mary). B. [July 11, 
1831], at Walton-le-Dale, near Preston. Bapt. Aug. i, 1831. 
[School, Repton.] Matric. Michs. 1851. Came to Cambridge 
with some £10,000, which he spent and then ran up debts to 
the amount of £5000, becoming bankrupt. While at CoUege 
kept an establishment at St John's Wood. In Canterbury 
gaol in 1857. {Repton Reg., which describes him as an 
'Ironmaster,' and dead in 19 10; Scott, MSS.; Cambridge 
Chronicle, Sept. 5, 1857.) 



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PEDLEY, JAMES. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 15, 1767. 
Of Lancashire. [S. of James, shoe-maker, of Manchester. 
School, Manchester.] Matric. Michs. 1767; Scholar, 1767. 
Matric. from St Edmund Hall, Oxford, June 2i, 1794, age 48; 
B.A. and MA. (O.xford) 1795. Ord. deacon (London) 
Sept. 20, 1772. (First) P.C. of St Thomas's Chapel, Pendleton, 
Lanes., 1776-1825. Assistant Master at Manchester Granunar 
School, 'for more than 40 years.' Married Martha — . Died 
June 29, 1825, at Pendleton. {Manchester Gr. Sch. Reg., 1. 
78; St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 419; At. Oxon.; G. Mag., 1825, 
II. 92.) 

PEDLEY, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, May 24, 1755. 
S. of John (1724-5), of Tetworth, Beds. School, West- 
minster. Matric. Michs. 1755; Scholar, 1756; B.A. 1759; 
M.A. 1762. Fellow, 1761. Ord. deacon (Norwich) May 21, 
1769. Died Oct. 1809. Brother of Stanhope (1753). (G.Mag. 
1809, II. 988; Record of Old Westminsters.) 

PEDLEY, JOSEPH CHARLES JOSHUA. Adm. pens, (age 20) 
at Jesus, Oct. 1887. [Only] s. of Joseph [barrister]. B. at 
Hackney, Middlesex. School, Ascham School, Bournemouth. 
Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1892; M.A. 1896. Assistant 
Master at Bishop's College, Blackheath, 1894. Ord. deacon 
(Rochester) 1894; priest, 1895; C. of St Luke's, Deptford, 
1894-5. C. of St Paul's, Walworth, 1896-1903. Died Apr. 6, 
1903, aged 35, at Cannes. (Scott, MSS.; Crockford; The 
Times, Apr. 10, 1903.) 

PEDLEY (post DEVERELL), ROBERT. Adm. pens, at St 
John's (age 17), June 27, 1777; from Brasenose College, 
Oxford, whence he had matric. Apr. 29, 1777, age i5. [2nd] 
s. of Simon, deceased, of Bristol. B. there, 1760. School, 
Bristol. Scholar, 1777; matric. Michs. 1780; B.A. (yth 
Wrangler and 2nd Chancellor's medal) 1781; Members' prize, 
1782; M.A. 1784. Fellow, 1784-91. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
June 16, 1784. Called to the Bar, Apr. 19, 1788. M.P. for 
Saltash, 1802-6. Changed his name, by Royal Licence, 
June 25, 1793, to Deverell, after his maternal grandfather, 
a merchant of Bristol. Published eccentric works on the 
knowledge of the ancients, and propounded, in Hieroglyphics 
and other Antiquities (1813), the theory that Shakespeare's 
characters and certain incidents in the plays were suggested 
by lunar appearances. After leaving College was tutor to 
Sir Robert Heron, who wrote of him in his Notes that he was 
'a good tutor with a strange and active imagination, which 
became stranger as years went on. He had some learning 
and much ignorance but, being a little mad, his strange ideas 
taught me to think for myself. We spent two summers to- 
gether in France, Germany and Holland.' Died Nov. 29, 1841, 
in New Norfolk Street, London. {St John's Coll. Adm. ,iv.4.ig; 
Al. Oxon.; Inns of Court; D.N.B.; G. Mag., 1842, i. 112.) 

PEDLEY, STANHOPE. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, June i, 
1753- S. of John (1724-5) [of Tetworth, Beds.]. School, 
Westminster (age 16 in 1752). Matric. Easter, 1756; Scholar, 
1756; LL.B. 1760. Fellow, 1764-1802. Of Tetworth, Beds. 
Died July, 1802, aged 65, in Beaumont Street, London. 
Brother of John (1755). {Record of Old Westminsters; 
G. Mag., 1802, II. 691.) 

PEED, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, July 4, 1850. 
Of Cambridgeshire. [Doubtless s. of Samuel, solicitor, of 
Cambridge. B. Dec. 12, 1833.] Matric. Michs. 1850; B.A. 
1855; M.A. 1858. Adm. Solicitor, 1858; practised at 
Whittlesey, Cambs. D.L. for Cambs. Died Mar. 13, 1909, 
at Whittlesey. {Law Lists; The Times, Mar. 18, 1909.) 

PEED, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. i, 1884. 
Of Cambridgeshire. [S. of William. B. Mar. 13, 1866. School, 
Haileybury.] Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1888; M.A. 1892. 
Adm. Solicitor, Feb. 1892; practised at Whittlesey, Cambs. 
Sometime of The Wilderness, Aylsham, Norfolk. Died 
Mar. 31, 1939, at Kingston, Jamaica, whilst on a trip; buried 
in the churchyard at Half Way Tree, St Andrew. Brother 
of Samuel W. (next). {Haileybury Reg.; Law Lists; The 
Times, Apr. 4, 1939.) 

PEED, SAMUEL WILTON. Adm. pens, (age 19 {sic)) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. 8, 1886. [Yr.] s. of WiUiam, attorney, of [Histon 
Manor], Cambs. B. [May 2, 1868], at Impington. [School, 
Repton.] Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1893. 'His 
father fled from Cambridge (to S. America, whence he could 
not be extradited) after a career of dishonesty, owing many 
thousands of pounds.' Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(New Zealand Forces); died Mar. 21, 1915, in Egypt of 
pneumonia. Brother of John (above). {Repton Sch. Reg., 
which describes him as a solicitor, but not found in Law 
Lists; Scott, MSS.; Univ. War List, which gives 'died 
March 22, 1916'; The Times, Mar. 27, 1915.) 



Peel, Albert William 

PEEK, ALFRED RICHARD WELLDON. Adm. at Pembroke, 
Oct. 1900. S. of the Rev. Richard (1873), R- of Drew- 
stcignton, Devon. B. Mar. 18, 1882, at Stowupland, Suffolk. 
School, St Michael's College, Lyme Regis. Matric. Michs. 
1900; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1907. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1905; 
priest, 1906; C. of St Luke's, Southampton, 1905-7. C. of 
Famham, Surrey, 1907-8. Chaplain, R.N., 1907-12: H.M.S. 
Cressy, 1908; Astraea, 1908-xo; St George, 1910-12. R. of 
Drewsteignton, Devon, 1912-52-. Rural Dean of Oke- 
hampton, 1942-47. {Crockford.) 

PEEK, ASHLEY MEIGH. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 22, 
1875. Of Lancashire. S. of WiUiam, merchant (and Anna 
Maria). B. May 7, 1856, at Clapham, London. Bapt. at 
Christ Church, Waterloo, Oct. 2, 1856. [School, Dulwich 
College.] Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. 1881; M.A. 1884. Ord. 
deacon, 1881; priest, 1882; C. of Famley, Vorks., 1881-3. 
C. of Holy Trinity, Beckenham, Kent, 1883-4. R- oi Adwick- 
le-Street, Yorks., 1884-8. Died Jan. 4, 1888, at St Leonards- 
on-Sea. {Dulwich Coll. Reg.; Eagle, xv. 378; Scott, MSS.; 
Crockford; The Guardian, Jan. 11, 1888.) 

PEEK, CUTHBERT EDGAR. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, 
July 4, 1873. Only s. of [Sir] Henry William [ist Bart., 
M.P.], of Wimbledon, Surrey [and Margaret Maria, dau. of 
WiOiam Edgar, of Eagle House, Clapham Common]. B. 
[Jan. 30, 1855], at Clapham. [School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 
1873; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1884. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
July 20, 1876. Studied astronomy and surveying; carried 
out observations in Iceland, i88r. F.S.A., 1890; F.R.A.S., 
1884. Travelled extensively in AustraUa and New Zealand. 
Of Rousdon, Devon, where he set up an observatory, 1S84. 
Succeeded his father as 2nd Bart., 1898. J. P. for Devon and 
London. H.M.'s Lieut, for the City of London. Married, 
Jan. 3, 1884, the Hon. Augusta Louisa Broderick, dau. of 
William, Viscount Middleton, and had issue. Presented a 
challenge cup and an annual prize to be shot for by members 
of the University Volunteer Corps. Author, Meteorological 
and Astronomical Observations of Rousdon Observatory, Devon, 
1886-95. Died July 9, 1901. {Etmi Sch. Lists; Inns of Court; 
Burke, P. and B.; D.N.B.; Who was Who.) 

PEEK, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity Hall, 
Feb. 14, 1862. [2nd] s. of James, Esq., of Wimbledon House, 
Wimbledon (and Elizabeth, dau. of James Masters, of 
London). [B. June 26, 1841.] Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 
1866; M.A. 1869. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1868; priest 
(Exeter) 1871; C. of St James's, Tunbridge WeUs, 1868-71. 
R. of Rousdon, Devon, 1871-81. Resided latterly at Malvern 
WeUs, and Lyme Regis. Died Dec. 31, 1898, at Lyme Regis. 
Uncle of the above. (Scott, MSS.; Crockford; Burke, 
P. and B.; The Times, Jan. 3, 1898.) 

PEEK, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 14, 1873. 
[3rd] s. of Richard [F.L.S.], solicitor (and Julia). B. [May 20, 
1855], at Norwood, Surrey. Bapt. July 11, 1855. [School, 
Brighton College.] Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1878; M.A. 

1882. Ord. deacon (Truro) 1878; priest, 1879; C. of Duloe, 
Cornwall, 1878-9. V. of Stowupland, Suffolk, i88cf-2. R. of 
Sweffling, 1882-90. V. of Bruisyard, 1884-90. Chaplain at 
Dinard, 1890-5. R. of Drewsteignton, Devon, 1895-1904. 
R. of St Magnus-the-Martyr, London, 1904-20. Received 
the bronze medal of the Royal Humane Society, and the 
first class medal of the Societe Nationale de Sauvetage of 
France, for saving the life of a young girl who jumped over- 
board from a boat returning from Dinard. An ardent Free- 
mason. Died July 18, 1920, at Sutton, Surrey. Father of 
Alfred R. W. (1900). {Brighton Coll. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; 
Crockford; The Times, July 20, 1920.) 

PEEKE, HAROLD. Adm. pens, at Christ's, July 10, 1S60. 
S. of Roger, merchant. B. in London. School, Clapham. 
Matric. Michs. i860. Kept nine terms. Of Park House, 
Bishop's Nympton, South Molton, Devon. Died July 31, 

1883, aged 42. {Peile, 11. 566.) 

PEEKE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 27, 1853. S. of 
John, gent., of Ivybridge, Devon. B. in Devon. Matric. 
Michs. 1853; B.A. 1857. Purposed taking Orders, but con- 
tracted consumption and died at Ivybridge, Apr. 26, 1859. 
(Peile, II. 531.) 

PEEL, ALBERT WILLIAM. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 1892; 
B.A. 1895; M.A. 1899. Assistant Master at St Faith's School, 
Cambridge, for some years. A private 'Coach' in Cambridge. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut., Cambs. Regt.; 
Capt., General List (T.F. Res.); employed Ministry of 
National Service; M.B.E.). When an 'M.A.' became a 
member of Jesus College. Died July 18, 1936, aged 63, at 
35, Hurst Park Avenue, Cambridge. (Univ. War List; The 
Times, June 20, 1936.) 



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Peel, Talbot 



PEEL, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 22, 1866. S. of 
William [of Ackworth Park, Pontefract]. B. Oct. i8, 1847, 
at Ackworth, Yorks. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1867. 
A farmer at Abbotsley, Hunts. Died June 11, 1899. Brother 
of Thomas E. (1864). {Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

peel, ARTHUR LAWRENCE. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 1895. 
Migrated to Downing; B.A. 1906, M.A. 1913. Ord. deacon 
(Ripon) 1911; priest, 1912; C. of St Matt., Little London, 
Leeds., 1911-14. C. of St Cuthbert's, Lytham, Lanes., 
1914-16. V. of Poulton-le-Fylde, 1916-22. Latterly of 
5, Priory Gardens, Folkestone. Disappears from Crockford, 
1947. 

PEEL, CHARLES JAMES. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Apr. 10, 1848. S. of Bolton, deceased [died 1843], of Dosthill, 
near Tamworth, Staffs, [and Elizabeth Isabella, dau. of John 
Peel, of The Pastures, Staffs.]. B. there. Matric. JVIichs. 1848. 
(Burke, L.G., ist ed., 11. 1017, for his parents, who had 
five sons; P. B. G. BinnaU.) 

PEEL, EDMUND. Adm. Fell.-Com. at St John's, July 21, 1819. 
Of Lancashire. Educated privately by the Rev. Henry Atlay, 
M.A., formerly FeUow. 

PEEL, The Rev. EDMUND. M.A. 1850, incorp. from Oxford. 
[5th s. of Robert, of Accrington, Lanes (and Anne, dau. of 
William Peel, of Peele Fold, and Church Bank). B. Nov. 29, 
1817. School, Shrewsbury.] Matric. from Brasenose College, 
Jan. 28, 1836, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1839; M.A. (Oxford) 
1845. V. of West Pennard, Somerset, 1849-50. V. of 
Wargrave-on-Thames, 1850-5. V. of Toot-Baldon, 0:con., 
1861-71. Married, Nov. 28, 1849, Frances Catherine, dau. 
of the Hon. and Very Rev. George Neville Grenville, Dean 
of Windsor. Latterly of Coombe Lodge, Bruton, Somerset. 
Died Nov. 10, 1877. Father of George N. (1873); brother of 
Jonathan (1824). {Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Al. Oxon.; Burke, 
L.G.) 

PEEL, EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 6, 1868. S. of 
William, of Swinton Park, Pendlebury, Manchester. B. 
[Feb. 7], 1850, at Manchester. School, Rugby. Matric. 
Michs. 1869; B.A. 1873; M.A. 1876. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 
1873; priest, 1874; C. of Cookham-Dean, Berks., 1873-5. 
C. of Greenhill, Middlesex, 1876-8. C, or Inc. of Yandilla 
and Leybum District, Queensland, Australia, 1879-80. C. of 
Maresiield, Sussex, 1881-3. V. of Lancing, 1883-1920, and 
R. of Coombe, 1910-20. Died Jan. 10, 1928, at Bourne- 
mouth. {Crockford; The Titnes, Jan. 13, 1928.) 

PEEL, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 25, 1806. 
Matric. Michs. 1807; B.A. 1811; M.A. 1814. Ord. deacon 
(York) 1812; priest, 1813. R. of Willingham-by-Stow, Lines., 
i827-54(andV.of Coates, 1832-48). Preb. of Lincoln, 1855-60. 
Died Aug. 21, i860, aged 70, at Escrick, near York. {Clergy 
List; G. Mag., i860, ii. 437.) 

PEEL, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Mar. 3, 
1841. [2nd] s. of the Rt. Hon. Sir Robert [2nd] Bart. (Christ 
Church, Oxford, 1805). B. [Oct. 26, 1823], in London. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1841; B.A. {6th Classic) 
1845; M.A. 1849. Adm. at the Inner Temple, May 5, 1845. 
Called to the Bar, Jan. 30, 1849. M.P. for Leominster, 
1849-52; for Bury, Lanes., 1852-7 and 1859-65. Under 
Secretary of State for the Colonies, 1851-2 and 1853-5; for 
War, 1855-7. Financial Secretary to the Treasury, 1859-65. 
P.C, 1857; K.C.M.G., 1869. A railway and canal Commis- 
sioner, 1873-1906. Of The Manor, Hampton-in-Arden, 
Warws. D.L. for Warws.; High Sheriff, 1873. Married 

(1) Aug. 12, 1857, Elizabeth Emily, dau. of John Shelley, of 
Avington House, Hants, (niece of Percy Bysshe Shelley) ; 

(2) Sept. 3, 1879, Janet, dau. of Philip Pleydell Bouverie, 
of Brymore. Died, s.p., June 6, 1906. {Inns of Court; Foster, 
Men at the Bar; Burke, P. and B.; D.N.B.; Who was Who.) 

PEEL, GEORGE NEVILLE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Magdalene, 
Aug. 1, 1873. [Only] s. of [the Rev.] Edmund (1850), of 
Coombe Lodge, Bruton, Somerset. [B. Oct. 11, 1S54.] 
School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1877; M.A. 
1880. A manufacturer. Married, 1889, Rosamund, dau. of 
William Peel, of Taliaris, Carmarthenshire. Of 229, Glou- 
cester Terrace, London, W., in 1920. Died Dec. 25, 1925. 
{Winchester Coll. Reg.; Burke, L.G.) 

PEEL, HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Sept. 27, 1859. 
S. of WiUiam [J. P., D.L.] (Brasenose College, Oxford, 1882) 
(and Anna Maria, dau. of John William Lloyd, of DanyraUt). 
B. [Aug. 18, 1840], at Taliaris Park, Carmarthens. Schools, 
Worksop [and Cheltenham College]. Matric. Michs. 1859; 
B.A. 1863. Of TaUaris, Llandilo'. J. P. and D.L. for Car- 
marthens.; High Sheriff, 1892. Married, Oct. 22, 1884, Mary 
Susannah Ainsworth, eldest dau. of Capt. WUUam Henry 
Lee, R. M.L.I. Died Jan. 12, 1918. {Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; 
Peile, II. 564; Burke, L.G.) 

PEEL, JONATHAN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 22, 1824. 
[Eldest] s. of Robert, Esq., of Hyndham [or Hyndebum 



(L.G.)} House, Blackburn, Lanes, (and Anne, dau. of William 
Peel, of Peele Fold and Church Bank, Lanes.). [B. May 1, 
1806.] Educated by the Rev. W. Peach. Matric. Michs. 1824 ; 
B.A. 182S; M.A. 1832. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Dec. 9, 
1826. Called to the Bar, May 3, 1833. Of Accrington House, 
Lanes., and Knowlmere Manor, CUtheroe, Yorks. J. P. and 
D.L. for Lanes. Married (i) Nov. 5, 1833, Ann, yst. dau. of 
Thomas Peel, of Peele Fold, Lanes., and of Trenant Park, 
Cornwall; (2) Aug. 23, 1838, Mary, dau. of the Rev. John 
Wylde, of Hamage, Salop, and had issue. A well-known 
breeder of sheep and cattle. Died Mar. 6, 1885, at Knowl- 
mere. Father of Robert (i860) and Walter S. (1868) ; brother 
of Edmund (1850). {Eagle, xiv. 109; Law Lists; Inns of 
Court; Burke, L.G.; Boase.) 
PEEL, LAWRENCE. Adm. pens, at ,St John's, Dec. 2, 1816. 
[3rd s. of Joseph, of Bowes Farm, Middlesex.] B. Aug. 10, 
1799, at Wandsworth, Surrey. Matric. Lent, 1817; B.A. 
1821; M.A. 1824. Hon. D.C.L., Oxford, 1858. Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, Oct. 31, 1820. Called to the Bar, May 7, 
1824. On the Northern Circuit. M.P. for Cockermouth, 
1827-30. Advocate-General at Calcutta, 1840-2. Chief 
Justice of Bengal, 1842-55. Knighted, 1842. P.C, 1855. 
Vice-President of the Legislative Council at Calcutta, 1854-5. 
Gave away in charities the whole of his official income of 
£8000. His statue was erected in Calcutta on his retirement. 
Bencher, Middle Temple, May 8, 1856; Treasurer, 1857-84. 
President of Guy's Hospital, 1864. The Times correspondent 
on legal and other topics for some years. Member of the 
Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, 1S71. Author, 
A Sketch of the Life and Character of Sir R. Peel (his first 
cousin). Died, unmarried, July 22, 1884, at Ventnor, Isle 
of Wight. {Eagle, xiii. 284; Al. Oxon.; Boase, 11. 1434; Law 
Lists; Inns of Court; Middle Temple Bench Book; D.N.B., 
which states that he was at Rugby.) 

PEEL, MERVYN LLOYD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 25, 
1875. [3rd] s. of John [J. P. and D.L.], of Church House, 
Llangadock, Carmarthens. (and Charlotte Louisa Frances, 
dau. of John WiUiam Lloyd, Esq., of South Park, Kent, and 
DanyraUt). B. [Oct. 18], 1856, at Sale Old Hall, Cheshire. 
School, Misbourne, Slough, Bucks. Matric. Michs. 1875; 
B.A. and LL.B. 1879; M.A. 1885. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
May 1, 1877. Called to the Bar, May 11, 1881. On the South- 
Eastem Circuit. On the Reporting Staff of the Law Times, 
1889-93. K.B.E., 1922. Of DanyraUt Park, Llangadock. 
J. P. and D.L. for Carmarthens. Married, Oct. 20, 1886, 
Frances AnnabeUa, eldest dau. of Ralph Assheton, of 
Downham and Cuerdale, Lanes., and had issue. Died Jan. 4, 
1929; buried at Llangadock. {Latf Lists; Inns of Court; 
Foster, Men at the Bar; Burke, L.G.; Walford, County 
Families; Who was Who; The l^imes, Jan. 5, 1929.) 

PEEL, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 20) at Trinity, July 2, 1823. 
S. of Robert. B. at Ravensworth, Yorks. School, Eden- 
bridge, Kent. Matric. Michs. 1823; B.A. 1828. Ord. deacon 
(Gloucester) June 15, 1828; priest, June 28, 1829; C. of 
[Lower] Lemington, Gloucs., 1828. Subsequently (in 1834) 
kept a school at Edenbridge. Head Master of Hampton 
Grammar School, Middlesex, 1839-66, and C. of Hampton, 
1846-69; buried at Hampton, Apr. 10, i86g, 'aged 68'. 
(P. E. ToweU; Crockford; History of Hampton School, 203.) 

PEEL, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Aug. 16, i860. 
[Eldest] s. of Jonathan (1824) [of Knowlemere Manor, 
Chtheroe, Yorks., and of the Middle Temple] (by his 2nd 
wife, Mary Wylde). B. Mar. 6, 1842, in London. School, 
Eton. Matric. Lent, 1861; B.A. 1865. Adm. at the Middle 
Temple, June 7, 1865. Died Dec. 4, 1867, of consumption, 
in CoUege. Brother of Walter S. (1868). {Eton Sch. Lists; 
Burke, L.G.; Inns of Court.) 

PEEL, SPENCER. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 6, 1839. 
[Eldest] s. of WiUiam [by his ist wife, Anne Jane, dau. of 
Spencer Steers]. B. [Sept. 24, 1820], at Frickley HaU, 
Livei-pool. Educated in Liverpool by Dr Pulford. Matric. 
Michs. 1839. Kept four terms. Ensign, ist Regt. of Foot, 
1844; Lieut., 1846; Capt., 1851; on half-pay, 1856. Married 
Mary Maria Chester, dau. of Daniel Wadsworth, and had 
issue. Died, 1856, in China. {Peile, 11. 465; Burke, L.G.; 
C. R. Hudleston.) 

PEEL, TALBOT. \Am. pens, (age 18) at Magdalene, July 28, 
1890. [Yst.] s.of Norris,of Stonegarth, Huddersfield. School, 
Huddersfield CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. {^th 
Wrangler) 1893; (Mech. Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1894); M.A. 
1897. Fellow, 1909-52-; Steward, 1912-33 and 1942-5; 
Bursar, 1913-37 and 1943-7. Assistant Master at the Leys 
School, Cambridge, 1893-6. Lecturer in the Univ. Dept. of 
Engineering, 1898-1908; Demonstrator in mechanism, 
1908-26; University Lecturer, 1926-30; Hopkinson Lecturer 
in thermodynamics, 1930-7. Member of the Borough CouncU 
of Cambridge, 1939-51. Married and had issue. Of 
65, Grange Road, Cambridge, in 1952. (Schoolmasters' 
Directories.) 



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PEEL, THOMAS EDWIN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. i8, 
1864. 6th (or 7th) s. of WiUiam, of Ackworth Park, Ponte- 
fract, Yorks. B. [Dec. 21], 1845, at Bradford. School, 
Harrow. iVIatric. .Michs. 1865; B.A. 1869. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, Jan. 29, 1867. Called to the Bar, May i, 1871. On 
the Midland Circuit. Of Ackworth Park, Pontefract. Died 
Jan. 7, 1917, at Teddington. Brother of Alfred {r866). 
(Scott, MSS.; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the 
Bar; The Times, Jan. 12, 1917.) 

PEEL, WALTER HAYWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 19, 

1867. [Eldest] s. of [Major] LawTence Henry [Commandant, 
Radnor Militia] (and Catherine Maria, dau. of the Rev. 
Walter de Winton, of Walsworth Hall, Gloucs.). B. 
[Aug. 20], 1847, at Shute House, Somerset (? Devon). 
Schools, Cheltenham College [and Uppingham]. Matric. 
Michs. 1867; B.A. 1871. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 27, 
i87r. Called to the Bar, Jan. 26, 1875. Of Aylesmore. Died 
Oct. 24, 1S97. (Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; Uppingham Sch. Roll; 
LawLists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; Burke, L.G.] 

PEEL, WALTER SPENCER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 26, 

1868. [3rd] s. of Jonathan, of Knowlmere Manor, Clitheroe, 
Yorks. [and his 2nd wife, Mary Wylde]. B. Oct. 24, 1850, at 
Accrington, Lanes. School, E. Sheen, Surrey (private). 
Matric. Lent, 1870; B.A. 1873; M..'\. 1876. Of Crowtrees, 
MeUing, near Camforth, Lanes. Capt., ist Royal Lanes. 
Militia, 1877. J. P. for the W. Riding of Yorks., 1888 and 
for Lanes., 1897. Died Aug. 18, 1938. Brother of Robert 
(i860). {Army Lists; The 'limes, Aug. 19, 1938.) 

PEEL, WILLIAM. Adm. a scholar at Queens', Oct. 1893. 
S. of [the Rev.] WiUiam Edward [of Boston Spa, Yorks.]" 
B. Feb. 27, 1875, at Hexham, Northumberland. [School, 
Silcoates, Wakefield.] Matric. Michs. 1893; foundation 
Scholar, 1894; B.A. {nth Wrangler) 1896; M.A. 1931. Hon. 
Fellow, 1932-45. Hon. LL.D., Hong Kong. Joined the 
Malayan C.S., 1897; District Officer for Wellesley Province, 
1901 ; for Tampin, 1908. President, Municipal Commissioners, 
Penang, 1911; Singapore, 1918. British Adviser to the 
Government of Kedah, 1922. Resident Councillor, Penang, 
1925. Chief Secretary, Federated Malay States, 1926-30. 
Of&cer .Administering the Government and High Com- 
missioner, Malay States, May-June, 1927. Governor and 
Commander-in-Chief of Hong Kong, 1930-5, during which 
period he placed the Colony upon a sound financial basis 
and improved the conditions of life among the poor. C.M.G., 
1926; K.B.E., 1928; K.C.M.G., 1931; Knight of Grace of 
the Order of St John of Jerusalem, 1931. Married, 1911, 
Violet Mary, dau. of \V. D. Laing and had issue two sons. 
Died Feb. 24, 1945, in London. (Burke, P. and B.; Who's 
Wlw; The Times, Feb. 27, 1945.) 

PEEL, WILLIAM HERBERT GYLBY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Magdalene, Jan. 2, 1892. [2nd] s. of Robert Moore, 
deceased, of Moore House, Overbury Avenue, Beckenham, 
Kent [and Mildred]. [B. Mar. 17, 1872.] School, private. 
Matric. Lent, 1892. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(2nd Lieut., R. Guernsey Militia). Married (i) June 10, 1S96, 
Ethel Hutchinson, dau. of T. Wilson Caird, and had issue; 
(2) Oct. I, 1919, EUzabeth Anne, dau. of Evan Jones, of 
Edgbaston, Birmingham. Died Feb. 28, 1928. (Univ. War 
List; Burke, P. and B.) 

PEEL, WILLIAM YATES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Dec. 26, 
1806; re-adm. Fell. -Com., Jan. 20, 1812. [2nd] s. of Sir 
Robert [ist] Bart. [M.P. for Tamworth] (for whom see 
D.N.B.) (and Ellen, dau. of William Yates, of Spring Side, 
Bury, Lanes.) [and younger brother of Sir Robert Peel, the 
statesman]. [B. Aug. 3, 1789, at Chamber Hall, Bury. 
School, HaiTOw.] Matric. Michs. 1808; B.A. 1812; M.A. 1815. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Oct. 31, 1812. Called to the Bar, 
Feb. 5, 1816. M.P. for Bossiney, 1817-18; for Tamworth, 
1818-30, 1835-7, 1847-52; for Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, 
1830-1; for Cambridge University, 1831-3. A Commissioner 
of the Board of Control, 1826-7. Under Secretary of State 
for the Home Dept., 1828-30. P.C, 1834. Lord of the 
Treasury, 1830 and 1834-5. Married, June 17, 1819, Lady 
Jane Elizabeth Moore, dau. of Stephen, 2nd Earl of Mount- 
cashel, and had issue. Died June i, 1858, at his residence, 
Baginton Hall, Warws. (Boase, 11. 1436; D.N.B.; Inns of 
Court; Return of M.P.s; Burke, P. and B.; G. Mag., 1858, 
II. 191; W. R. WiUiams, MSS.) 

PEEL, WYNDHAM YATES. Adm. at Clare, Jan. 27, 1881. 
[S. of Edmund Yates, Esq., of DawHsh (and Louisa Long- 
ridge, dau. of Henry Palirier, of Shriff, Co. Leitrim). B. 
June 30, 1862. School, Cheltenham College.] Matric. Lent, 
i88i; B.A. 1884. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Apr. 30, 1884. 
Called to the Bar, June 22, 1887. Advocate, Royal Court, 
Guernsey. Married, Oct. 31, 1905, Marian Ethel, dau. of the 
Rev. James Fletcher, of Eversfield, Andover, Hants., and 
had issue. (Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; Burke, L.G.; Fox-Davies, 
.4rmorial Families; Law Lists; Inns of Court.) 



Peers, Francis John 



PEELE, HENRY EVAN BRANDRAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Jesus, Oct. i, 1881. S. of John Brandram, Esq. [of Childown 
Hall, Chertsey]. B. at Richmond, Surrey. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1892. Ord. deacon 
(Rochester) 1887; priest, 1888; C. of Bermondsey, 1887-9. 
C. of Lowestoft, 1889-1901. C. of Mary Magd., Rother- 
hithe, Surrey, 1903-8. C. of Bermondsey, 1908-18. Sub- 
sequently of Childown Hall, Chertsey. Died Dec. 12, 1928. 
(Eton Sch. Lists; Crockford; I he Guardian, Dec. 21, 1928.) 

PEENE, WILLIAM GURDEN. Adm. pens, (age 24) at Trinity, 

June 12, 1819. S. of WiUiam. B. [1795], at Loose, Kent. 
School, Higham HiU, Essex. Matric. Michs. 1819; B.A. 1823; 
M.A. 1826; Med. Lie. 1830; M.D. 1833. In practice at Maid- 
stone in 1850. Died there, June 20, 1853. Left £1700 for the 
purchase of books for the library of University College, 
London. (Boase, 11. 1436; Medical Directories; G. Mag., 
1853, XI. 211.) 

PEERS, CHARLES. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', Sept. 3, 1757- 
Of Middlesex. [Eldest s. of Charles, Esq., of Chislehampton, 
Oxon.] Adm. at the Inner Temple, July 5, 1756. (Inns of 
Court.) 

PEERS, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 6, 1795; 
re-adm. June 30, 1804. Of Middlesex. [Only s. of Robert 
(Magdalen Hail, Oxford, 1763), of the Inner Temple, of 
Chislehampton, Oxon. (and Mary, dau. of John Day, of 
Erith, Kent). B. June 30, 1775.] School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1795; Scholar, 1798; B.A. 1799; Members' prize, 1800; 
M.A. 1804; Seatonian prize, 1805. Adm. ad eundem at 
Oxford, 1810; D.C.L. (Oxford) 1820. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, June 11, 1792. Called to the Bar, Nov. 19, 1S02. 
Succeeded to the Chislehampton estate, Feb. 4, 1818. High 
Sheriff of Oxfordshire, 1821-2. Recorder of Henley-on- 
Thames, 1822; of Wallingford, 1824. D.L. and J. P. for 
Oxfordshire. F.S.A. Married, Apr. 20, 1826, Mary, eldest 
dau. of the Rev. Robert Lowth, deceased, of Chiswick. Died 
Feb. 6, 1853, at Chislehampton. (Eton Coll. Reg.; Boase, 

II. 1436; St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 420; Al. Oxon.; Inns of 
Court; G. Mag., 1853, i. 551.) 

PEERS, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, June 30, 
1829. S. of the Rev. John (1789). B. at Thorp Arch, Yorks. 
Matric. Michs. 1830; B..-^. 1834; M.A. 1838. Ord. deacon, 
1834; priest, 1835. C. of Ibstone, Bucks., and Lewknor, 
Oxon., -1841-2. C. of Banham, Norfolk, 1843-7. C. of 
Somersham, Suffolk, 1848-52. P.C. of Walsham-le-Willows, 
1852-8. Died Nov. 22, 1858, aged 47; buried at St .Mary's- 
the-Less, Cambridge. Brother of John W. (1828). (Clergy 
List; G. Mag., 1859, i. 99; Cooper, Memorials of Cambridge, 

III. 324.) 

PEERS, CHARLES REED. Adm. at King's, Oct. i, 1887. 
[Eldest s. of the Rev. William Henry (1859), V. of Harrow 
Weald, Middlesex (and Dora P. Carr). B. Sept. 22, 1868. 
School, Charterhouse.] Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890; M.A. 
1896. Hon. Fellow, 1935. In Germany (Dresden and Berlin) 
1891-2. Pupil in the office of Sir T. G. Jackson, architect, 
1893-6. In Egypt and Greece, 1892, 1898 and in 1903. 
Practised as an architect, 1898-1903. F.S.A. , 1901; 
F.R.I.B.A.; F.B.A., 1928. Hon. Litt.D., Leeds, 1933. Hon. 
D.Litt., London, 1936. Editor of the Archaeological Journal, 
1900; Architectural Editor of Victoria County Histories, 
1903-10. Secretary', Society of Antiquaries, 1908-21; 
Director, 1921-9; President, 1929-34. Inspector of Ancient 
Monuments, 1910-13; Chief Inspector, 1913-33. Member of 
Advisory Boards on ancient monuments for England, Scot- 
land and Wales, 1914. Rhind Lecturer in .Archaeology' at 
Edinburgh, 1922. Member of the Royal Comnussion on 
Historic Monuments (England), 1921. Cantor Lecturer, 
Royal Society of Arts, 1926. Trustee of the British Museum, 
from 1933; of the London Museum, from 1934. Surveyor of 
Westminster Abbey, from 1935. C.B.E., 1924; Knighted, 
1931. Seneschal of Canterbury Cathedral, from 1933. Presi- 
dent, International Congress of Prehistoric Sciences, 1932. 
Married, .Apr. 13, 1899, Gertrude Katherine, dau. of the 
Rev. Frederick H. Shepherd, V. of Stoke, and had issue. 
Of Chislehampton House, Oxfordshire, in 1951. Brother of 
the next. (King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Burke, P. atid B.; 
Walford, County Families ; Who's Who.) 

PEERS, FRANCIS JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. i, 1894. 
[2nd] s. of the Rev. William Henry (1859), of Harrow Weald 
vicarage, Middlesex. B. [Aug. 15]. i875. at Addlestone, 
Surrey. School, Charterhouse, Godalming. Matric. Michs. 
1894. Partner in the finn of Peers and Ramsay, estate 
agents, Vancouver. Of Buniaby Lake, British Columbia, in 
1910. Brother of the above. (List of Carthusians.) 



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PEERS, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Magdalene, July 7, 
1789. S. of the Rev. John [Witherington] (Merton College, 
Oxford, 1763), of Morden, Surrey. School, private. Matric. 
Michs. 1789; B..\. (5th Wrangler) 1793; M..\. 1796- P-C- of 
Lane-End, Bucks., 1832-55. Lived at Shenley, Bucks. 
Married and had issue. Died Feb. 23, 1855. Father of the 
next and of Charies (1829). {Clergy List; G. Mag., 1855, i. 
436.) 
PEERS, JOHN WITHERINGTON. Adm. pens, at St Catha- 
rine's, Oct. 21, 1828. S. of the Rev. John (above). B. [1804], 
at Thorp .\rch, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1828; B.A. 1833; M.A. 
1836. Adm. ad eundem at Oxford, 1858. C. of Old Shoreham, 
Sussex, and Lecturer of Portslade, 1832-41. V. of Tetsworth, 
Oxon., 1841-76. Of Chislehampton, Oxon., and Shenley, 
Bucks. Married Harriet, dan. of William Smallbone, Esq. 
Died in 1876. Father of William H. (1859) and the next; 
brother of Charles (1829). {Al. Oxon.; Crockford.) 
PEERS, JOHN WITHERINGTON. Adm. pens, at St Catha- 
rine's, Feb. 13, 1857. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. John 
Witherington (above). B. at New Shoreham, Sussex. Matric. 
Michs. 1857; B.A. 1861; M.A. 1865. Sometime Instructor, 
R.N.; H.M.S. Britannia. Of Chislehampton Lodge, Oxon. 
Died, unmarried, Apr. i, 1891, aged 53. Brother of the next. 
(Scott, MSS.; The Guardian, Apr. 8, 1891.) 
PEERS, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Oct. 10, 1859. [2nd] s. of the Rev. John Witherington (1828) 
[of Chislehampton Lodge, Oxon.] (and Harriet, dau. of 
Wilham Smallbone). B. [1839], at New Shoreham, Sussex. 
Matric. Michs. 1859; B.A. 1864; M.A. 1867. Ord. deacon 
(Gloucester and Bristol) 1864; priest, 1865; C. of Holy 
Trinity, Tewkesbury, Gloucs., 1864-7. C. of Westerham, 
Kent, 1867-71. C. of Addlestone, Surrey, 1874-6. C. of 
Denham, Bucks., 1S76-8. C. of Harrow-Weald, Middlesex, 
1878-9; V. there, 1879-1912. Married, 1864, Dora Patience, 
dau. of William Carr, of Dene Park, Tonbridge. Succeeded 
his brother, John W., at Chislehampton, Oxon., and Shenley, 
Bucks., 1 89 1. Lord of the Manor of Chislehampton and 
patron of the living. .Author, Mother's Meetings and how to 
conduct them. Resided latterly at 10, Hillside, Wimbledon, 
where he died Feb. 24, 1921. Father of Charies R. (1887) 
and Francis J. (1894); brother of the above. (Scott, A/.SS.; 
Crockford; Walford, County Families; The Guardian, Mar. 4, 
1921.) 
PEETE, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at Clare, June 10, 1760. B. at 

Grantham, Lines. Matric. Michs. 1760; LL.B. 1766. 
PEETE, WILLIAM. .Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, June 4, 1772. 
S. of Richard, carpenter, of Norwich. B. there. Schools, 
Norwich and Seaming. Matric. Easter, 1773; Scholar, 1772; 
B.A. 1-76. Venn, 11. 91 assigns the cure of Nettlestead, 
Suffolk, 1801-15, to this man, but see WiUiam Peat (1796). 
PEGG, FREDERICK JOHN. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 1885. 
S. of Henry. B. at Cambridge. Adm. pens, at St Catha- 
rine's, .-Vug. 27, 1888; B.A. 1891; M.A. 1896. Ord. deacon 
(Wakefield) 1893; priest, 1894; C. of St Andrew's, Hudders- 
field, 1893-5. C. of St .Anne's, Sheffield, 1896-9. C. of Gillcar, 
Sheffield, 1890-1903. C. of St John's, Battersea, 1903-4- 
C. of St Faith's, Wandsworth, 1904-10. C. of Battersea, 
1910-12. R. of Thorpe Morieux, Suffolk, 1912-20. V. of 
Docking, Norfolk, 1920-5. V. of St Phihp's, Cheam Common, 
Surrey, 1925-32. Died Feb. 12, 1932, at Worcester Park, 
Surrey. Brother of the next. (Crockford; The Times, Feb. 15, 
1932-) 
PEGG, HENRY FOSTER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 11, 1875. 
S. of Henry, of Bene't House, Cambridge. B. there, Oct. i, 
1857. School, Perse Grammar, Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 
1875; B.A. 1879; M..\. 1882. Ord. deacon (Tasmania, for 
York) 1880; priest (York) 1881; C. of Great Driffield, 1880-3. 
C. of St Paul's, Bedminster, Somerset, 1884-5. C. of St 
John's, Sparkbrook, Birmingham, 1885-6. V. of St Mary's, 
Birmingham, 1886-92. R. of St Matthew's, St Leonards-on- 
Sea, 1892-1909. V. of Battersea, 1909-28. Rural Dean of 
Battersea, 1917-28. Hon. Canon of Southwark, 1922. Died 
Oct. 29, 1940, at Bath; buried there. Brother of the above. 
(Crockford; The Times, Oct. 31, 19.^0.) 
PEGG, JOHN HENRY, .-^dm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 4, 
1889. S. of Thomas Goodhead, merchant, of Coventry (and 
Emma Greenway). B. there, Oct. 18, 1870. School, King 
Henry VIII, Coventry (the Rev. W. W. Sweet-Escott). 
Matric. Michs. 1889; B..'^. 1892. At St Thomas's Hospital. 
M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1898. Civil Surgeon with the S. African 
Field Force, 1899-1901. House Surgeon and House Physician, 
Royal Free Hospital. Practised at Reigate for many years 
until 1940. Medical Officer, Reigate and Red Hill Hospital. 
Of 26, London Road, Reigate, in 1951. (Medical Directories.) 
PEGG (post PEGGE), JOHN STANTON. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. I, 1893. S. of John, manufacturer, of 94, New 
Walk, Leicester. B. Apr. 24, 1874, at Leicester. Schools, 



Peile, John 

Mill Hill, Leicester, and Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1893; 
B.A. 1899; M.A. 1902. Subsequently changed the spelling 
of his name to Pegge in 1911. Ord. deacon(Ely) 1901; priest, 
1903; C. of Grantchester, Cambs., 1901-4. C. of St Neot's, 
Hunts., 1904-12. V. of Great Harrowden \vith Little Har- 
rowden, Northants., 1912-29. R. of Norton, Derbs., 1929-44. 
Died Oct. 15, 1944. (Uppingham Sch. Roll; Crockford; The 
Times, Oct. 18, 1944.) 

PEGGE, JOHN VICTOR. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 12, 
1882. S. of William, gent, (and Emma). B. Dec. 16, 1863, 
at Hominglow, Burton-on-Trent, Staffs. Bapt. June 13, 
1880. School, Burton-on-Trent Granmiar (C. Upton Tripp, 
M.A.). Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1890. Ord. 
deacon (St Albans) 1894; priest, 1895; C. of Rickmansworth, 
Herts., 1894-8. C. of Long Ditton, Surrey, i8g8-g. Died 
June s, 1S99, at Long Ditton, aged 35. (Eagle, xxi. 235; 
Scott, MSS.; Crockford; The Standard, June 6, 1899.) 

PEGLAR, JOHN JAMES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Sept. 30, 
1852. Of Warwickshire. [S. of the Rev. John (Worcester 
College, Oxford, 1S02), V. of Alveston.] Matric. Michs. 1852; 
B.A. 1857; M..A. i860. Ord. deacon (Hereford) 1859; priest, 
i860; C. of Aymestrey and Leinthal Earles, Heref., 1859-66. 
C. of Stowe, Salop, 1866-78; V. there, 1878-1914. Continued 
to reside at Stowe vicarage, where he died Oct. 4, 1916, 
aged 83. (Scott, MSS.; Crockford; The Times, Oct. 9, 1916.) 

PEGUS, PETER WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 11, 
1813. [S. of Peter, of Greenwich, gent.] Matric. Michs. 1813; 
B.A. 1818; M.A. 1821. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 22, 1816; 
priest. Mar. 7, 1819. Married, Apr. 14, 1821, Charlotte 
Susannah Elizabeth, Countess of Lindsey, widow of the 9th 
Eari. Died Apr. 21, i860. (Burke, Peerage; F. P. y/hite.) 

PEILE, ARTHUR LEWIS BABINGTON. Adm. pens, (age 18) 
at Jesus, May 25, 1848. S. of the Rev. Benjamin (next), 
deceased. B. [Sept. 10, 1830], at Hatfield, Herts. [School, 
Eton.] Matric. Michs. 184S; B.A. 1853; M.A. 1862. Ord. 
deacon (Rochester) 1853; priest, 1854; C. of Bishop Hatfield, 
Herts., 1853-9. C. of Wimbledon, Surrey, 1859-62. V. of 
Holy Trinity, Ventnor, Isle of Wight, 1862-89. Hon. Chap- 
lain in Ordinary to Queen Victoria, 1881-4; Chaplain in 
Ordinary, 1884-1901; Hon. Chaplain to King Edward VII, 
1901-10. Master of St Katherine's Hospital, 1889-1911. 
Hon. Chaplain to King George V, 1910-11. C.V.O., 1908. 
Married and had issue. Died Sept. 19, 1911. Brother of 
Francis F. B. (1844) and Percival B. B. (1856). (Crockford; 
Who was Who; Eton Sch. Lists.) 
PEILE, BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Aug. 5, 
i8i6. S. of Thomas Graham. B. in London. School, London. 
Matric. Michs. 1817; B.A. 1821; M.A. 1824. C. of Bishop 
Hatfield, Herts., 1823-42. Died there, May 12, 1842. Father 
of the above, of Francis F. B. (1844) and Percival B. B. 
(1856). (Clergy List; G. Mag., 1842, 11. 104.) 
PEILE, CLARENCE JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 5, 
1866. S. of the Rev. Thomas WiUiamson, D.D. (1823). B. 
[May 4], 1847, at Repton, Derbs. Schools [Bromsgrove and] 
Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1866; Scholar, 1868; B.A. (loth 
Classic) 1870. Assistant Master at CUfton College, 1870-1. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 22, 1871. Called to the Bar, 
Apr. 30, 1874. On the South-Eastern Circuit. Special 
Pleader. Of St John's Wood, London. Author, The Law 
relating to Breii-ers, etc. Died Feb. 13, 1900, in Bayswater. 
Father of John (1897). (Bromsgrove Sch. Reg.; Rugby Sch. 
Reg.; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Boase, vi. 378; Foster, Men 
at the Bar; The Times, Feb. 14, 1900). 
PEILE, FRANCIS FAITHFUL BABINGTON. Adm. pens. 
(age 19) at Trinity, July 3, 1844. S. of the Rev. Benjamin 
(1816). B. at Hatfield, Herts. School, Rugby. Matnc. 
Michs. 1844; B.A. 184S. Brother of Arthur L. B. (1848) and 
Percival B. B. (1856). 
PEILE, FRANK KITCHENER. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Dec. 9, 
1889. S. of John (next). Master of the CoUege. B. [Sept. 14, 
1871], at Trumpington, Cambs. Schools, Hunstanton and 
Repton. Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893; M.A. 1897. Adm. 
Solicitor, Nov. 1897; practised at Cambridge. Partner in the 
firm of Francis and Co., of Peas Hill. Died Sept. 27, 1927, at 
Lichfield; buried there. Brother of John W. (1887). (Repton 
Reg.; Law Lists; The Times, Sept. 29, 1927.) 
PEILE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Mar. 26, 1856. [Only] 
s. of WiUiamson. B. Apr. 24, 1838, at Whitehaven, Cum- 
berland. Schools, Repton and St Bees Grammar. Matnc. 
Michs. 1856; Scholar, 1857; Craven Scholar, 1859; B.A. 
(bracketed Senior Classic) i860; Chancellor's medal, i860; 
M.A. 1863; Litt.D. 1884. Fellow, 1860-6 and 1867-87; 
Tutor, 1870-84. Master, 1887-1910. University Teacher in 
Sanskrit, 1865-7. Reader in Comparative Philology, 1884-91. 
Vice-chancellor, 1891-3. President of the Cambridge Philo- 
logical Society, 1888-9. F.B.A., 1904. Hon. Litt.D., Trinity 
College, Dublin, 1892. 'To him much more than to anyone 



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else was due the successful study of Comparative Philology 
in Cambridge.' President of the Council of Newnham College 
for many years (Peile Hall was named after him). 'There 
was in everything which he thought and said and did, a 
native magnanimity, which not only made it easy to work 
with him, but also. . .gave to his opinion an especial value.' 
Married, July 26, 1866, Annette, dau. of W. Cripps Kitchener. 
Author, Introduction to Greek and Latin Etymology; Notes 
on the Tale of Nala; A Biographical History of the Members 
of God's House and of Christ's College, etc. Died Oct. 9, 1910. 
Father of the above and of John W. {1887). (Shrewsbury 
Sch. Reg.; Repion Reg.; D.N.B.; Who was Who; Cambridge 
Revicio, Oct. 13, 1910.) 

PEILE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 8, 1897. S. of 
Clarence John (1S66), barrister-at-law. B. [Mar. 2, 1878], 
in London. School, Aldenham Grammar. Matric. Michs. 
1897; Scholar, 1897; B.A. 1900; M.A. 1904. Assistant Master 
at Northwood College, 1901-2; at the Mercers' Company's 
School, 1902-5; at the Haberdashers' School, Hampstead, 
1905; at University College School, 1905-10 and 1913-16; 
at Dulwich College, 19 10-13. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Lieut., E. Surrey Regt.; Capt., General List; 
G.S.O. 3). (Aldenham Sch. Reg.; Peile, 11. 815; Univ. War 
List.) 

PEILE, JOHN WILLIAMSON. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Jan. 27, 
1887. [Eldest] s. of John (1856), Master of the College. 
B. [Oct. 10, 1869], at Trumpington, Cambs. [where his father 
had lived for sometime]. School, Newcastle, Staffs. Matric. 
Michs. 1889. Did not reside, but, after two years' farming 
in Victoria and New South Wales, was re-adm. in 1889 for 
three terms, and subsequently returned to Australia, to take 
up dairy farming in Queensland. Died Mar. i, 1946, at Five 
Dock, Sydney. Brother of Frank K. (1889). (Newcastle Sch. 
Reg.; Peile, 11. 732; The 7 imes. Mar. 7, 1946.) 

PEILE, PERCIVAL BRINGHURST BABINGTON. Adm. pens, 
(age 18) at Jesus, Apr. 11, 1856. S. of the Rev. Benjamin 
(1816), deceased. B. [Apr. i, 1838], at Hatfield, Herts. 
School, Charterhouse. Did not reside. Studied at Neuchatel, 
Geneva and at Stuttgart. Appointed to the South Ken- 
sington Museum, 1858. Died Nov. 24, 1907, at Winchester. 
Brother of .Arthur L. B. (1848) and Francis F. B. (1844). 
(Alumni Carthus.) 

PEILE, THOMAS WILLIAMSON. Adm. pens, (age i8) at 
Trinity, July 31, 1823. [Eldest] s. of John [of Whitehaven]. 
B. [Nov. 10, 1S06], at Whitehaven, Cumberland. Schools, 
[St Bees and] Shrewsbiury. Matric. Michs. 1824; Davies 
Scholar, 1825; Scholar, 1826; Members' prize, 1827; 2nd 
Chancellor's medal, 1828; B.A. (xUh Wrangler and 2nd 
Classic) 1828; M.A. 1831; D.D. 1843. Fellow, 1829-31. 
Assistant Master at Shrewsbury School, 182S-9; Head Master 
of Liverpool Collegiate School, 1829-33. Ord. deacon 
(Chester) 1829; priest, 1830. Chaplain to Lord Westmorland, 
1831. P.C. of St Catherine's, Liverpool, 1831-4. Tutor at 
Durham University, 1834-41. P.C. of Croxdale, Durham, 
1836-41. Head Master of Repton, 1841-54. V. of Luton, 
1857-60. V. of St Paul's, South Hampstead, 1860-73. 
Married, 1831, Mary, dau. of James Braithwaite, of White- 
haven, and had issue. Author, Annotations on the Apostolic 
Epistles ; Sermons, Doctrinal and Didactic, bearing on Religious 
Topics of the Day. Died Nov. 29, 1882. Father of Clarence J. 
(1866). (Boose, II. 1437; Crockford; Short History of Repton, 
245; D.N.B.; The Guardian, Dec. 6, 1882.) 

PEILE, WILLIAM HALL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 30, 
1887. [Yst.] s. of Sir James Braithwaite, K.C.S.I. (Brasenose 
College, Oxford, 1851), of 8, Park Crescent, London. B. 
Mar. 26, 1869, in London. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 
1887; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1897. M.B. and M.D., Dublin, 1902. 
At University College Hospital; House Surgeon and House 
Physician there. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1897. Of Hampstead 
in 1900, and subsequently of Rutland Gate, London, S.W. 
Died July 14, 1919, at Sidmouth. (Scott, MSS.; Medical 
Directories; The Times, July 17, 1919.) 

PEILL, HENRY WILSON. Adm. a scholar at St Catharine's, 
June 19, 1868. S. of WiUiain. B. [June 5, 1849], at Cocker- 
mouth, Cumberland. [School, King William's College, Isle of 
Man.] Matric.Michs. 1868; B.A. 1872; M.A. 1879. Doubtless 
brother of Joseph (1850). (King William's Coll., Isle of 
Man, Reg.) 

PEILL, JOHN NEWTON. Adm. pens, at Queens', July 3, 1826. 
Of Lancashire. [B. Dec. 14, 1808, in Liverpool. School, 
Royal Institution, Liverpool.] Matric. Michs. 1827; B.A. 
(?th Wrangler) 1831; M.A. 1834; B.D. 1841. Fellow, 1S32-53; 
Bursar, 1843-50; Dean, 1850-1; Tutor, 1850-3. Ord. deacon, 
1833; priest, 1834. R. of St Botolph's, Cambridge, 1843-53. 
R. of Newton-Toney, Wilts., 1853-79. F.R.A.S., 1869. Died 
at Newton-Toney, June 12, 1879. (Boase, 11. 1438; Crock ord.) 



Peirson, Robert 

PEILL, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar at Sidney, July 3, 1850. Eldest s. 
of WilUam, of Cockemiouth, Cumberland. [B. there; age 15 
in 1844. School, Sedbergh.] Matric. Lent, 1851. Died in 
the second year of his residence. Doubtless brother of 
Henry W. (1868). (Sedbergh Sch. Reg.) 

PEIRCE, EDWARD GORDON. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1892. S. of R. H., Esq. B. [Nov. 26, 1873], at South 
Norwood, Surrey. Schools [Cheltenham College and] East- 
bourne. Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1901. Assistant 
Master at Wimbome Grammar School, four years; at Poole 
and Wimbome technical institute, three years; at Blundell's 
School, Tiverton, 1899-30; Bursar, 1930-41. Mayor of 
Tiverton, 1948. (Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; Schoolmasters' 
Directories.) 

PEIRIS, JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 21, 1878. 
[Eldest s. of T. Martinus, of Colombo.] B. Dec. 20, 1858, at 
Colombo, Ceylon. School, Colombo Academy. Matric. Michs. 
1878; Scholar, 1881; McMahon Student; (1st Class, Law Trip., 
1881); LL.B. 1882; (Moral Sci. Trip., ist Class, 1883); B.A. 
1884; LL.M. 1887. President of the Union, 1882. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, June 21, 1879. Called to the Bar, June 21, 
1882. Practised for several years at Colombo. Member of 
Municipal Council of Colombo. Offered the appointment of 
Supreme Court Judge, Ceylon, but refused, as being opposed 
to capital punishment. Member for Colombo in the first 
Reformed Legislative Council, 1924; sat latterly for Colombo 
South; Vice-President for some years until his death. 
President, Ceylon National Congress. One of the earhest 
leaders of the Nationalist Movement in Ceylon. Knighted, 
1925. Married Amelia Louisa Grace, dau. of Jacob de Mel, 
of Colombo, and had issue. Died May 5, 1930. (Eagle, 
XLVii. 35; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; 
Who was Who; The Times, May 6, 1930.) 

PEIRSE, HENRY. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at Pembroke, 
July 3, 1771. Of Bedale, Yorks. Only s. of Henry, Esq. 
[B. 1754. School, Eton.] Of Bedale, Yorks. M.P. for 
Northallerton, 1774-1824 (during nine Parliaments). Mar- 
ried, Aug. 16, 1777, Charlotte Grace, dau. of the 2nd Lord 
Monson. Died May 14, 1824. (Eton Coll. Reg.; Return of 
M.P.s; G. Mag., 1824, l- 647.) 

PEIRSE, JOHN (1760), see PEARSE. 

PEIRSE, RICHARD WILLIAM. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 17) at 
Trinity, June 29, 1770. Of Hutton Bonville, Yorks. [Eldest 
s. of Richard, and Rachel. B. Jan. 20, 1753.] School, 
Richmond, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1771. Married, 1780, 
EUzabeth, dau. of Christopher Fawcett, of Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne. Sold Hutton Bonville and rebuilt Thimbleby Lodge. 
Died Nov. 25, 1798. Father of the next. (Burke, L.G.; 
F. P. White.) 

PEIRSE, RICHARD [WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER]. Adm. pens, 
at Clare, Nov. 24, 1798. [S.of Richard William (above)]. 
B. [c. 1782], at Richmond, Yorks. Matric. Easter, 1800. 
Of Thimbleby Lodge, Yorks. Married Maria, dau. of the 
Rev. Richard Clarke, of Bedale. (Burke, L.G.) 

PEIRSON, ERNEST GOODWYN. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. I, 1878. S. of John, Esq., of Framlingham, Suffolk. 
B.Feb. 4, 1859. School, City of London. Matric. Michs. 1878; 
Scholar, 1878; B.A. 1882; M.A. 1905. Ord. deacon (Ely) 
1882; priest (Worcester) 1884; C. of Biggleswade, Beds., 
1882-3. Assistant Master at Ipswich School, 1883-4. C. of 
Redmarley-D'Abitot, Worcs., 1884-5. R- of Washford-Pyne, 
Devon, 1886-91. Rural Dean of Tiverton W., 1889-91. R. of 
Exford, 1891-1904. R. of Stathem, Leics., 1904-14. Lived 
subsequently at Newquay, Cornwall, where he died Nov. 28, 
1941. (T. A. Walker, 553; Crockford; The Times, Dec. 3, 
1941.) 

PEIRSON, GEORGE CARR. Adm. pens, at Clare, July 2, 1832. 
[3rd] s. of James, Esq., of Whitby, Yorks. B. in Philadelphia, 
N. America. School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1833; B..\. 
(45th Wrangler) 1837; M..-^. 1840. .-Vdm. at the Inner Temple. 
Apr. 20, 1837. Called to the Bar, June 12, 1840. Equity 
Draftsman and Conveyancer. Died Jan. 31, 1858, at Barns- 
bury Park, London. Brother of Robert (1841).' (Law Lists; 
Inns of Court; G. Mag., 1858, i. 339.) 

PEIRSON, MATTHEW. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Clare, Oct. 27, 
1786. B. at Beverley, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1786. 

PEIRSON, PETER. Adm. pens, at Queens', May 13, 1758. Of 
Surrey. [Eldest s. of Peter (Queen's College, Oxford, 1728-0), 
late of St Andrew's, Holbom.] Matric. Michs. 1758. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, Mar. 27, 1759. Bencher, 1800. {Inns of 

Court; Al. Oxon.) 

PEIRSON (or PIERSON), ROBERT. Adm. sizar at Jesus, 
Apr. 17, 1761, as Pierson. Of Yorkshire. Matric. Michs. 
1761; B.A. 1765; M.A. 1768. 



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PEIRSON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 2, 1841. 
S. of James, merchant, of Bamsbury Park, Islington 
[formerly a cotton planter at Charleston, South Carolina] 
(and Ann). B. there, June 2, 1821. Of Middlesex. Matric. 
Michs. 1841; Scholar, 1842; B.A. {srd Wrangler) 1845; M.A. 
1848; Adams prize, 1850. Fellow, 1849-55. 'The study of 
Astronomy and Optics formed the occupation of his life.' 
Purchased land in Wimbledon Park and built there (1859-61), 
'a substantial residence, which he called Devonshire Lodge'; 
having lost many thousands of pounds, was obliged to sell 
this house, which he never occupied. Resided at Barnsbury, 
until his death. Author of numerous papers on astronomy. 
Died June 15, 1891. Brother of George C. (1832). (Boase, 
VI. 378; Eagle, XVII. 201.) 

PEIRSON, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. at St Catharine's, 
July 5, 1773. B. at King's Lynn. Matric. Michs. 1773; B.A. 
1777. 

PELHAM, The Hon. ARTHUR LOWTHER. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Nov. 21, 1868. [4th and youngest] s. of Henry 
[Thomas] [3rd] Earl of Chichester (1822), of Staumer, Lewes, 
Susse.x [and Mary, dau. of Robert, 6th Earl of Cardigan]. 
B. there, Dec. 28, 1850. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1869; 
B.A. 1S72; M.A. 1875. Of Moorcroft, Monmouth. Married, 
Apr. 30, 1879, Evelyn Georgiana, eldest dau. of Sir Reginald 
John Cust. Died Feb. 12, 1929, at Hove; buried at Stanmer. 
Brother of Walter J. (1856), Francis G. (1862) and Thomas 
H. W. (1866). (Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, P. and B.; The Times, 
Feb. 13, 1929.) 

PELHAM, CHARLES ALFRED (1878), see YARBOROUGH, 
Earl of. 

PELHAM, The Hon. CHARLES ANDERSON. Adm. nobleman 
(age 18) at Trinity, Nov. 16, 1799. S. of Charles Anderson 
[M.P. (D.C.L., Oxford, 1793), F.R.S., ist] Baron Yarborough 
[who had assumed the surname of Pelham in 1763 on 
inheriting the estates of his great-uncle, Charles Pelham], of 
Brocklesby, Lines, [and Sophia, dau. of George Aufrere, Esq., 
of Chelsea]. [B. Aug. 8, 1781.] School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1800; M..^. 1801. M.P. for Grimsby, 1803-7; for Lines., 
1807-23. Succeeded as 2nd Lord Yarborough, 1823. Recorder 
of Grimsby, 1823-32; of Newport, Isle of Wight, 1825-32. 
Lieut. -Col., N. Lines. Regt. of Yeomanry, 1831. Vice- 
Admiral of Hants, and the Isle of Wight, 1831. D.L. for the 
Isle of Wight, 1831. For many years Commodore of the 
Royal Yacht Squadron. Married, Aug. 11, 1806, Henrietta 
Maria Charlotte, 2nd dau. of the Hon. John Bridgeman- 
Simpson and only surviving child of her mother, Henrietta 
Frances, dau. and heiress of Sir Thomas Worsley, 6th Bart., 
of Apuldurcombe, Isle of Wight, and had issue. Created, 
Jan. 30, 1837, Baron Worsley of Apuldurcombe in the Isle 
of Wight and Earl of Yarborough. Died Sept. 5, 1846, on 
board his yacht The Kestrel, off Vigo, Portugal; buried at 
Brocklesby. (Eton Sch. Lists; G.E.C.; Burke, P. and B.; 
Doyle, Official Baronage of England.) 

PELHAM, The Hon. FRANCIS GODOLPHIN. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Nov. 20, 1862. [2nd] s. of Henry Thomas (1822) 
[3rd] Earl of Chichester [and Mary, dau. of Robert Bnidenell, 
6th Earl of Cardigan]. B. [Oct. 18], 1844, at Stanmer, Sussex. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1863; B.A. 1868; M.A. 1872. 
Athletics 'blue' (100 yards and quarter mile), 1865, r866; 
cricket 'blue,' 1864-7; Captain, 1866, 1867. Played cricket 
for Sussex, 1864--8. Amateur half-mile champion, 1871 and 
1873. Ord. deacon (York) 1869; priest (London) 1870; C. of 
St George's, Doncaster, 1869. C. of St Pancras, London, 
1869-72. R. of Upton Pyne, Devon, 1872-6. V. of St Mary's, 
Beverley, Yorks., 1876-81. Rural Dean of Beverley, 1878-81. 
R. of Halesowen, Worcs., 1881-3. Chaplain to Archbishop 
of York, 1882-90. R. of Lambeth, Surrey, 1884-94. R- of 
Buckhurst Hill, Essex, 1894-1900. Chaplain to the Bishop 
of Winchester, 1890-6. V. of Great Yarmouth, 1900-3. 
Lie. Pr., dio. of Chichester, 1904-5. Succeeded his brother, 
Walter John, as 5th Earl of Chichester, May 28, 1902. 
Married, Aug. 4, 1870, the Hon. Alice Carr Glyn, dau. of 
ist Lord Wolverton. Resided latterly at Stanmer, Lewes, 
Sussex, where he died Apr. 21, 1905. Brother of Arthur L. 
(1868), Walter J. (1856) and Thomas H. W. (1866); father of 
Jocelyn B. (i8go). (Scott, MS.S.; Book of Blues; Crockford; 
Burke, P. and B. ; Fox-Davies, A rmorial Families ; Th^ Times, 
Apr. 22, 1905.) 

PELHAM, The Hon. GEORGE. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Clare, 
Oct. 30, 1784. [3rd s. of Baron Thomas (1745) [afterwards 
ist Earl of Chichester] (and Anne, only dau. of Frederick 
Meinhardt Frankland). B. [Oct. 13, 1766], at Stanmer, 
Sussex. [School, Westminster.] Matric. Michs. 1784; M.A. 
1787. D.C.L., Lambeth, 1803. For sometime held a Com- 
mission in the Guards. Ord. deacon (Chichester) June 11, 1789; 
priest, Oct. 28, 1789. V. of Laughton, Sussex, 1790-1S00, 
V. of BexhiU, 1792-1827, and V. of Hellingly, 1800-27. Preb. 
of Chichester, 1790-1803. Bishop of Bristol, 1803-7; Bishop 
of Exeter, 1807-20; Bishop of Lincoln, 1820-7. Clerk of the 



Pelham, The Hon. Thomas 

Closet to the King. R. of Shobrooke, Devon, 1807-20. Married, 
1792, Mary, dau. of Sir Richard Rycroft, Bart. 'Notoriousfor 
his greed of lucrative office.' Caught cold while attending the 
funeral of the Duke of York in St George's Chapel, Windsor, 
Jan. ig, and died, s.p., Feb. 7, 1827; buried in the family vault 
at Laughton, Sussex. Brother of Thomas (1773). (Burke, 
P. and B.; Foster, Index Eccles.; D.N.B.; J. B. Whitmore.) 

pelham, henry. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Clare, Sept. 11, 1760. 
B. in London. [S. of Thomas, of Stanmer, Sussex (and 
Elizabeth, dau. of Henry Pelham, Clerk of the Pells).] M.P. 
for Lewes, 1780-96. Assumed the additional name of 
Cressett, Aug. 28, 1792, on succeeding to the estates of a 
niece. Married Jane, dau. of Nicholas Hardinge, M.P. Father 
of John (1787). (Burke, P. and B.; Changes of Name.) 

PELHAM, Lord, HENRY THOMAS. Adm. nobleman (age 17) at 
Trinity, Apr. 21, 1822. [2nd, but ist surv.] s. of Thomas 
(1773), 2nd Earl of Chichester [and Mary Henrietta Juhana 
(Osborne), dau. of Francis Godolphin, 5th Duke of Leeds]. 
B. [Aug. 25, 1804], in London. School, Westminster. Matric. 
Easter, 1822. Cornet, 6th Dragoons, 1824; transferred to the 
Royal Horse Guards; Lieut., 1827; Capt., 1828; Brevet- 
Major, 1841; resigned his commission, 1844. Succeeded as 
3rd Earl of Chichester, July 4, 1826. An Ecclesiastical Com- 
missioner, 1841-86. First Church Estates Commissioner, 
1850-78. The important reforms carried out in the manage- 
ment and distribution of Church revenues were in great part 
due to him. President of the C.M.S., and other religious 
societies. Lord Lieut, of Sussex, 1860-86. Married, Aug. 18, 
1828, Lady Mary Brudenell, 5th dau. of the 6th Earl of 
Cardigan. Died Mar. 16, 1886, at Stanmer House, Sussex. 
Father of Walter J. (1856), Thomas H. W. (1866), Arthur L. 
(1868) and Frances G. (1S62). (G.E.C.; D.N.B.) 

PELHAM, JOCELYN BRUDENELL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 4, 1890. [Eldest] s. of the Hon. and Rev. Francis 
Godolphin (1862), of Lambeth rectory, London (and the 
Hon. AUce Carr Glyn, dau. of the 1st Lord Wolverton). 

B. [May 21], 1871, in London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1890; B.A. 1894. On the London Stock Exchange. Of 
Stanmer Park, Sussex. J. P. and D.L. for Sussex. Succeeded 
his father as 6th Earl of Chichester, Apr. 21, 1905. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (Major, Royal Sussex Regt. 
(T.F.); Lieut.-Col., A.A.G., the War Office; O.B.E.; Brevet 
Lieut. -Col.). A Public Works Loan Commissioner. Manned, 
May 17, 1898, Ruth, eldest dau. of Francis William Buxton, 
and had issue. Died Nov. 14, 1926. (Eioti Sch. Lists; Burke, 
P. and B.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Univ. War List.) 

PELHAM, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', June 27, 1787. 
Of Kent. [Only s. of Henry (1760), of HiU Street, Berkeley 
Square, London.] Matric. Michs. 1787. Migrated to Clare, 
Aug. 5, 1789; B.A. 1791. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. a, 1791. 
(Inns of Court.) 

PELHAM, JOHN BARRINGTON. .-^dm. pens, at Trinity, 
Sept. 29, 1866. S. of [the Rt. Rev.] John [Thomas] [Bishop 
of Norwich]. B. [Jan. 7], 1848, at Tytherley, Hants. School, 
Cambs. (private)' Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 1870; M.A. 
1873. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1871; priest, 1872; C. of St 
Margaret's, Lowestoft, 1871-5. C. of Southwold, 1878-9. 

C. of St Tohn-the-Evang., Lowestoft, 1879-82; V. there, 
1882-4. V. of St PhiUp's, Heigham, Norfolk, 1884-8. V. cf 
Higham, Suffolk, 1889-1908. Hon. Canon of Norwich, 
igo6-8. V. of Thundridge, Herts., 1908-14. Married, July 19, 
1884, Carohne, dau. of the Rev. WiUiam BuUen, of 
Hemington, Bath. Lived subsequently at Guildford, whpre 
he died Jan. 10, 1941; buried there. (Crockford; The Times, 
Jan. 13, 1941.) 

PELHAM, The Hon. THOMAS. Adm. nobleman at Clare, 
Nov. 28, 1773. [Eldest s. of Baron Thomas (1745), afterwards 
1st Earl of Chichester (and Ann, dau. of F. M. Frankland).] 
B. [Apr. 28, 1756], in London. [School, Westminster.] 
Matric. Michs. 1773; ''LA. 1775. M.P. for Sussex, 1780-1801; 
for Carrick (Irish Parliament) 1783-go; for Clogher, 1795-7; 
for Armagh, 1798-9; for Naas, 1798-1800. Surveyor- 
General of the Ordnance, 1782-3. Chief Secretary to the 
Lord Lieut, of Ireland, 1783-4. Capt., Sussex Militia, 1778; 
Lieut.-Col., i7g4. P.C. (Ireland), 1783; P-C (England), 1795- 
Irish Secretary, 1795-8. Summoned to the House of Peers, 
1801, on his father's elevation to an Earldom. Commissioner 
of the Board of Control, 1801. Home Secretary, 1801-3. 
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, 1803-4. Succeeded 
his father as 2nd Earl of Chichester, Jan. 8, 1805. Joint 
Postmaster-General, 1807-23; Postmaster-General, 1823-6. 
.'Assistant Lord Carver at the Coronation of King George IV, 
July 19, 1821. F.R.S., 1800. One of the Committee to 
impeach Warren Hastings, 1781. Married, July 16, 1801, 
Lady Mary Henrietta Juliana (Osborne), dau. of Francis 
Godolphin, 5th Duke of Leeds. Died July 4, 1826. Father 
of Henry T. (1822); brother of George (1784). (Record of 
Old Westminsters; Return of M.P. s; G.E.C.; D.N.B.; W. R. 
Williams, MSS.) 



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PELHAM, The Hon. THOMAS HENRY WILLIAM. Adm. pens, 
at Trinity, Sept. 29, 1866. [3rd] s. of Henry Thomas (1822), 
3rd Earl of Chichester [and Slary, dau. of Robert, 6th Earl 
of Cardigan]. B. Dec. 21, 1S47, at Stanmer, Sussex. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 1869; M.A. 1S75. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, Mar. 20, 1868. Called to the Bar, June 6, 
1871. On the Home and South-Eastem Circuits and Sussex 
Sessions, 1S71-82. Legal Adviser to the Veterinarj' Dept. of 
the Privy Council, 1882-9; to the Board of Agriculture, 
1S89-95. Assistant Secretary to the Board of Trade, 1895- 
1913. A Boundary Commissioner, 1884-5. C.B., 1905. 
Married, July 26, 1S83, Louise Keith, dau. of WilUam Bruce 
('the younger'), of Kennett, and had issue. Of Deene House, 
Putney Hill, London. Died Dec. 23, 1916. Brother of 
Walter J. (next), Francis G. (1862) and .Arthur L. (1868). 
(Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; Who was 
Who.) 

PELHAM, WALTER JOHN, Lord. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 3, 1856. [Eldest] s. of Henry Thomas (1822) [3rd] Earl 
of Chichester, of Stanmer, Lewes, Sussex [and Mary, dau. of 
Robert, 6th Earl of Cardigan]. B. there [Sept. 22], 1838. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1856; M.A. 1859. M.P. for 
Lewes, 1865-74. Succeeded his father as 4th Earl of 
Chichester, Mar. 16, 1S86. Of Stanmer House, Sussex. 
Chairman, E. Sussex Quarter Sessions. Married, June 18, 
1861, Elizabeth Mary, only dau. of the Hon. Sir John Duncan 
Bligh, K.C.B. Died, s.p., May 28, 1902. Brother of Arthur 
L. (1868), Francis G. (1862) and the above. (Harrow Sch. 
Reg.; Return of M.Ps.; Burke, P. and B. (Chichester); 
G.E.C.) 

PELHAM-CLINTON-HOPE, Lord HENRY FRANCIS (1884), see 
CLINTON, Lord HENRY F. H. P. 

PELL, ALBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 8, 1839. [Eldest] 
s. of Sir Albert [Kt.] (St John's College, Oxford, 1787) 
D.C.L., Judge of the Bankruptcy Court, of Pinner Hill, 
Middlesex (and the Hon. Margaret Letitia Matilda St John, 
dau. of the 12th Lord St John of Bletsloe). [B. Mar. 12, 1820. 
School, Rugby.] Matric. Michs. 1839; M.A. 1842; Hon. 
LL.D. 1894. Adm. at the Inner Temple, June i, 1842. 
M.P. for South Leics., 1868-85. Served on the Royal Com- 
mission on City Parochial charities. City guilds, and the 
aged poor. Assistant Commissioner in the United States and 
Canada for the Duke of Richmond's Commission, 1879. 
Member of the Council of the Royal Agricultural Society of 
England. Of Hazelbeach, Northants., and Wilburton manor, 
Cambs. J. P. for Leics., Northants. and the Isle of Ely; 
D.L. for Cambs. Married, Sept. 8, 1S46, his cousin, EUzabeth 
Barbara, dau. of Sir Henry Halford, Bart., M.P., of Wistow 
HaU, Leics. Died, s.p., Apr. 7, 1907. Brother of the next and 
of OUver C. (1843). (Burke, L.G.; Inns of Court; Who u'as 
Who.) 

PELL, HENRY BEAUCHAMP ST JOHN. .Aidm. pens, at 
Trinity, Sept. 15, 1843. [2nd s. of Sir .Albert, Kt., of Pinner 
(and Margaret L. M. St John). B. Jan. 15, 1824. School, 
Winchester.] Matric. .Michs. 1843; B..\. 1848; M..\. 1851. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1848; priest, 1849; C. of Sleaford, 
Linos., 1848-50. C. of Skirbeck, 1850-2. C. of Ashwell, Herts., 
1852-4. C. of Heydon with Little ChishaU, Cambs., 1855-8. 
C. of Iden, Sussex, 1858-9. R. of Ickenham, Middlesex, 
1859-1907. Married, Nov. 11, 1858, Julia Caroline Maria, 
dau. of Edward Tyndall, R.N., and had issue. Died Feb. 14, 
1907. Brother of the above and Oliver C. (1843). (Winchester 
Coll. Reg.; Burke, L.G.; The Times, Feb. 16, 1907.) 

PELL, MORRIS BIRKBECK. Adm. sizar at St John's, Mar. 11, 
1845. Of America. [S. of Gilbert Titus. B. at Albion, U.S.A.] 
Matric. Michs. 1845; Scholar, 1848; B.A. (Senior Wrangler 
and 2nd Smith's prize) 1849. Fellow, 1850-2. First Professor 
of mathematics and natural philosophy at Sydney University, 
AustraUa, 1852-77. Barrister of the Supreme Court of 
N.S.W., 1863. Actuary of the .'Australian Mutual Provident 
Society. Married, Feb. 17, 1852, Julia Juliana, younger dau. 
of Lieut. James Rusden, R.N., deceased. Author, Geometrical 
Illustrations of the Differential Calculus. Died May 7, 1879, 
in Sydney. (Boase, 11. 1440; The Times, Feb. 20, 1852; 
MutiMl Provident Messenger, Jan. 1931.) 

PELL, OLIVER CLAUDE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 18, 
1843- [3rd and yst. s. of Sir Albert, late of Pinner Hill, 
Middlesex (and Margaret L. M. St John). B. Sept. 3. 1826, at 
Pinner, Middlesex.] School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1843; 
B.A. 1848; M.A. 1851. Cricket 'blue,' 1844-7; Capt., 1847. 
Played in the All England XI. Adm. at Lincoki's Inn, 
Nov. 8, 1848. Called to the Bar, Nov. 14, 1851. Practised 
at the Chancery Bar. The winner of many rifle shooting 
prizes at Wimbledon, and a member of the Enghsh VIII 
which defeated Scotland in 1868. Of Wilburton Manor, Ely. 



Pellow, John Edwards 

J. p. and D.L. for the Isle of Ely. Chairman, Isle of Ely 
County Council, 1888-91. Married, 1856, Adelaide, yst. dau. 
of Marcus McCausland, of Drenagh, Co. Londonderry. Died 
Oct. 17, 1891. Brother of Albert (1839) and Henry B. St J. 
(1843). (Boase, 11. 1440, which gives died Oct. 18; Book of 
Blues; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; 
Rugby Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G.) 

PELL, PAUL MILDMAY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Feb. 11, 
1825. [S. of Paul Francis, of Tupholme, near Bardney, 
Lines. B. Dec. 30, 1806, at Frieston, Lines. School, Louth 
Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 1825. Col., Royal South Lines. 
.Mihtia. Died, s.p., at Scarborough in 1873. (Goulding, 
Some Louth Grammar School Boys; Lines. Pedigrees; P. B. G. 
Binnall.) 

PELL, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Nov. 29, 1796. 

PELLEW, EDWARD FERDINAND. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Mar. 19, 1861. S. of Edward, Viscount Exmouth. [The 
2nd Viscount was Pownoll Bastard, whose eldest s., Edward 
(b. 1811), succeeded, but did not marry until 1850, and 
'died s.p.'] B. Jan. 29, 1844, in Paris. School, Bucks, 
(private). Matric. Michs. 1861; LL.B. 1866; LL.M. 1870. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 12, 1862. Called to the 
Bar, .•Apr. 30, 1866. On the Western Circuit. Revising 
barrister for South Wilts. Secretary to the Royal Com- 
mission on Railway Accidents. (Law Lists; Inns of Court; 
Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

PELLEW, EDWARD IRVING POWNOLL. .^dm. pens, at 
Trinity, May 30, 1887. [Eldest] s. of William [PownoU, 
Capt.], R.N., of 17, Rue 13ayard, Pau, France [and Mary 
Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. John Am-.strong Bagwell]. B. 
May 3, 1868, at Plymouth. School, CUfton College. Matric. 
Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890. At St Bartholomew's Hospital. 
M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., igor. Of Jurancon, Pau, France, from 
before 1910. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., 
R.A.M.C; O.C, 37th M.A.C.; O.B.E.; Town Sanitary Officer, 
Peronne, Somme, France; ChevaUer du Merite Agricole). 
Married, 1902, Frances, dau. of Alfred V\ells Edwards, and 
had issue. Of Chateau de Bellevue, Jurancon, Pau, Basses 
Pyrenees, in 1946. Succeeded a cousin as 8th Viscount Ex- 
mouth, 1945. Died.^ug. 19, 1951. (Clifton Coll. Reg.; Medical 
Directories; Burke, P. and B. (sub Exmouth); Burke, O.B.E.) 

PELLEW, HENRY EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, .A.pr. 24, 
1846. [Only s. of the Very Rev. George (Corpus Christi 
College, Oxford, 1812), Dean of Norwich (and Frances, dau. 
of Henry, ist Viscount Sidmouth). B. Apr. 26, 1828. School, 
Eton.] .^latric. Michs. 1846; B.A. 1850; M..\. 1853. Rowing 
'blue,' 1849. Incorp. at University College, Oxford, July 9, 
1870. One of the founders of Keble College, Oxford; on the 
Council, 1871-3. Went to America, 1873, where he was 
naturalized. Organized, with Theodore Roosevelt, Bureau 
of Charities in New York. Married (i) Oct. 5, 1858, Eliza, 
dau. of the Hon. Judge William Jay, of New York, and had 
issue; (2) May 14, 1873, .-Augusta, youngest dau. of Judge 
William Jay, and had further issue. Succeeded his cousin, 
Edward .-Addington Hargreaves, as 6th Viscount Exmouth, 
1922, but did not assume the title. Died Feb. 4, 1923. 
(Al. Oxon.; Burke, P. and B. (sub Exmouth); Fox-Davies, 
Armorial Families.) 

PELLEW, WILLIAM ADDINGTON WINTHROP. Adm. pens, 
(age 19) at Magdalene, Oct. 7, 1881. S. of the Hon. 
Fleetwood John (St Mary Hall, Oxford, 1849), deceased. 
[B. Oct. 21, 1862.] School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1881. 
Died, unmarried, Dec. 16, 1908. (Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, 
P. and B. (sub Exmouth).) 

PELLIER, CHARLES DE CHANVAL. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 10, 
1892. School, Victoria College, Jersey. Matric. Michs. 1892; 
B.A. 1895; M-A. 1899; B.Chir. "1902. .'At St Bartholomew's 
Hospital. Of Abbot's Kerswell, Newton Abbot, Devon. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.A.M.C). Latterly 
of Teignmouth, where he died June 13, 1946. (Univ. War 
List ; Medical Directories ; The Times, June 18, 1946.) 

PELLOW, JOHN EDWARDS. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Aug. 18, 1896. S. of William Trehane, dental-surgeon, of 
Southampton (and Fannv Rosa Edwards). B. there, Feb. 21, 
1879. Schools, Montivilliers, France (Mr .^. Hervdeux), and 
Southampton High (Mr R. W. Lees). Matric. Michs. 1896; 
B..^.. 1900; M.-iA., M.B. and B.Chir. 1904. At St Thomas's 
Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1904. Medical and Surgical 
Officer at the Royal Infirmary, Preston. In practice at 
Wadebridge, Cornwall, in 19 10. Served in the Great War, 
19x4-19 (Major, R.A.M.C). Subsequently of Newbury, 
Berks., where he died Aug. 22, 1940; buried at Poundstock, 
Cornwall. (Univ. War List; Medical Directories; The Times' 
.-Aug. 26, 1940.) 



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Pelly, Douglas Raymond 

PELLY, DOUGLAS RAYMOND. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 5, 1883. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. R[aymond] P[ercy] 
(next), of St John's Road, Forest Gate, London [and Ahce S., 
dau. of Col. George Larkins, Bengal Artillery]. [B. Feb. 20, 
1865. School, Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886; 
M.A. 1894. Ord. deacon (Mashonaland) 1895; priest, 1896; 
S.P.G. Missionary at Makonis, Mashonaland, 1895-7. Prin- 
cipal of the Diocesan Memorial College, Mashonaland, 1897-9. 
C. of Salcombe, Devon, 1899-1901. P.-in-charge, Native 
Location, Capetown, 1 901-2. C. of Feckenham, Worcs., 
1903-5- V. of Buckley, Cheshire, 1905-12. Org. Sec. for dio. 
of S. Rhodesia, 1912-14. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Chaplain, R.A.C.D.; D.S.O., 1917; Corps Chaplain, XII 
Corps; mentioned three times in despatches). R. of Wool- 
beding, Sussex, 1924-32. Lie. to off., dio. of Salisbury, 
1932-9; dio. of Bristol, 1932. Married, May 14, 1898, Verena 
NoeUe, dau. of the Rev. George W. Herbert, and had issue. 
Latterly of the Manor, Wyke Champflower, Somerset, where 
he died Mar. 14, 1943. {Harrow Sch. Reg.; Univ. War List; 
The V.C. and D.S.O.; Burke, P. and B.; Fox-Davies, 
Armorial Families; Crockford; The Times, Mar. 16, 1943.) 

PELLY, RAYMOND PERCY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 22, 
i860. [2nd] s. of Raymond, of Woodford, Essex [and Louisa, 
dau. of Joseph Fry, of Plashet House, Essex]. B. Mar. 18, 
1841, at Upton, Essex. School, Bradley, Sussex (private). 
Matric. Michs. i860; B.A. 1864; M.A. 1867. Ord. deacon 
(Winchester) 1864; priest (London) 1865; C. of Mitcham, 
Surrey, 1864-5. C. of Wanstead, Essex, 1865-9. V. of 
Matlock Bath, Derbs., 1869-74. V. of Woodford Wells, 
Essex, 1874-81. V. of St John's, Stratford, Essex, 1881-9. 
V. of Saffron Walden, 1889-96. V. of Great Malvern, Worcs., 
1896-1909. Hon. Canon of Worcester, 1901. Married, Feb. 4, 
1864, Alice Schaffalitzki, dau. of Col. George Ewart Larkins, 
Bengal Artillery. Author, Manual for Public School Boys. 
Resided latterly at HoUington, St Leonards-on-Sea, where 
he died Oct. 17, 1911. Father of the above. (Scott, MSS.; 
Burke, P. and B.; Walford, County Families; Fox-Davies, 
Armorial Families; Crockford; Who was Who.) 

PELLY, RICHARD ARNOLD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 31, 

1877. [2nd] s. of Richard William [sic) [Wilson] [Capt., 
R.N.], of Holmcroft, Walthamstow, Essex (and Katharine 
Jane, dau. of John Gumey Fry). B. Dec. 25, 1856, at Upton. 
School, Felsted. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881; M.A. 1885. 
Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1881; priest (Dover) 1882; C. of 
Holy Trinity, Tunbridge Wells, 1881-4. V. of Cold Harbour, 
Surrey, 1885-9. C. of St Paul's, Stratford, Essex, 1889-91. 
Hon. Canon of St Albans, 1897-1914. Chaplain to the 
Bishop of St Albans, 1903-14. V. of West Ham, 1891-1916. 
Rural Dean of West Ham, 1895-1916. Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (Chaplain, R.A.C.D.). R. of Wickham Bishops, 
Essex, 1916-27. Hon. Canon of Chelmsford, 1914-40. 
Married (i) Apr. 26, 1882, Margaret Jane, dau. of T. F. 
Buxton, of Easneye Park, Herts., and had issue; (2) June 7, 
1906, Dora Isabel, dau. of Sir Edward Hildred Carlile, Bart. 
Latterly of Butlers, Hatfield Peverel, Chelmsford, where he 
died Dec. 2, 1949. (Crockford; Univ. War List; Burke, 
P. and B.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The Times, 
Dec. 5, 1949.) 

PELLY, RICHARD STANLEY. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1899. 
Eldest s. of the Rev. Stanley Augustus (Trinity College, 
Dublin, B.A. 1877), of Sevenoaks vicarage. B. Mar. 10, 1881, 
at Crockham Hill, Kent. School, Trent College. Matric. 
Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902. Assistant Master at St Aubjm's 
School, Eastbourne, in 1906. Ord. deacon (Hereford) 1913; 
priest, 1914; C. of Kington, Heref., 1913-19. R. of St 
Devereux with Wormbridge, 1919-30. V. of Yarkhill with 
Weston Beggard, 1930-4. Died Nov. 23, 1934; buried there. 
(Crockford; tlie Times, Nov. 27, 1934.) 

PELTON, WILLIAM FREDERICK. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 

1878. S. of John, of Croydon. B. there, 1859. School, 
Whitgift, Croydon. Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1883; M.A. 
1886. Lecturer in mathematics, University College, Not- 
tingham, 1883; at Newcastle-on-Tyne College, 1884-5; at 
University College, S. Wales, 1885-7. Ord. deacon (London. 
1889; priest, 1890; C. of St Michael's, Homsey Rise, 1889-91) 
C. of Ellacombe, Devon, 1892-3. C. of St Nicholas's, Lincoln, 
1893-6. C. of North Walsham, Norfolk, 1896-9. C. of 
Chulmleigh, Devon, 1899-1901. V. of UllenhaU, Warws., 
1901-32. Lived subsequently at Hastings. Author, The 
Master Key to the Apocalypse; The Rest that rentaineth; 
hymns, tunes and chants, etc. Died Mar. 21, 1944, at 
Hastings. (Venn, 11. 434". Crockford; The Times, Mar. 23, 
I944-) 

PEMBER, GEORGE HAWKINS. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 26, 
1856. S. of George Hawkins, of Hereford. B. there, Nov. 17, 
1836. School, Hereford Cathedral. Matric. Michs. 1856; B.A. 
i860; M.A. 1863. Assistant Master at Rossall, 1861-3. 



Pemberton, Edward 

Author, Earth's Earliest Ages; The Great Prophecies; Animals, 
their past and future. Died July 4, 1910, at Budleigh Sal- 
terton, Devon. (Venn, 11. 331.) 

PEMBER, GEORGE HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Nov. 21, 1864. S. of John Edward Ross, of Streatham, 
Surrey. B. [May 2], 1845, at Rayleigh, Essex. School, 
Westminster. Matric. Lent, 1865. Sometime a member of 
the firm of Pember and Boyle, stockbrokers. Of Fair Oak 
Park, Eastleigh, Hants. J. P. for Hants. Joint Master of the 
Vine Hunt, Hants., 1888-93; Master, 1896-1900. Married 
(i) 1869, Mary Louisa, dau. of John Carr Badeley, of Guy 
HarUngs, Essex, and had issue; (2) 1910, Constance Mary, 
dau. of Sir Wyndham Spencer Portal, ist Bart., and widow 
of William Howley Kingsmill, of Sydmonton Court, Hants. 
Died Mar. 22, 1921. (Record of Old Westminsters; Fox- 
Davies, Armorial Families.) 

PEMBERTON, ANDREW WALE. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Caius, Nov. 19, 1801. S. of the Rev. Thomas (i773), R- of 
Stanton, Suffolk. B. there. School, Wilby, Suffolk (private) 
(Mr Cobbold). Matric. Michs. 1802; B.A. 1806; M.A. 1810. 
Second Lieut., 95th Regt., 1806; Lieut., 1808; Capt., the 
Rifle Brigade, 1813. Served in the Walcheren Expedition. 
Died Mar. 15, 1838, at Charlotte Farm, Prince Edward 
Island. Note that a 'Lieut. Pemberton' died Feb. or Mar. 
1822. (Rifle Brigade Century; G. Mag., 1822, i. 86.) 

PEMBERTON, ARTHUR HAMILTON. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Apr. 24, 1873. S. of the Rev. Stanley (Christ Church, Oxford, 
1830). B. Feb. I, 1855, at Little Hallingbury, Essex. School, 
Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1877; M.A. i88o. 
Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1880; priest, 1882; C. of Boughton- 
under-Blean, Kent, 1880-2. R. of West Stow, Suffolk, 
1882-1911. Married, 1890, Hilda, dau. of Mansfield Perkyns, 
of Woodborough HaU, Notts., and had issue. Died Sept. 6, 
1911, at Beech Hill, Bury St Edmunds. (Crockford; Pemberton 
Pedigrees; Christ's Coll. obit, notices.) 

PEMBERTON, CHARLES LEIGH. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, Feb. 10, 1846. [3rd] s. of Edward Leigh [of Torry 
Hill, Kent, M.P.] (and Charlotte, dau. of Samuel Compton 
Cox, Master in Chancery). [B. 1827. School, Rugby.] 
Matric. Michs. 1846; B.A. 1850; M.A. 1853. Ord. deacon, 
1851; priest, 1852; C. of Haigh, Lanes., 1851-3. R. of Curry- 
Mallett with Curland, Somerset, 1853-1915. Married Sarah 
Elizabeth, dau. of John Woodcock, of The Elms, near Wigan, 
Lanes., and had issue. Resided latterly at Brislington, near 
Bristol. Died Dec. 23, 1921, at Weston-super-Mare, aged 94. 
(Rugby Sch. Reg.; Clergy List; Crockford; Burke, L.G.; The 
Times, Dec. 27, 1921.) 

PEMBERTON, CHRISTOPHER ROBERT. Adm. pens, 'age 18), 
at Caius, Feb. 25, 17S4. [5th] s. of the Rev. Jeremiah {1732), 
of Trumpington, Cambs. B. [1765], at Trumpington. School, 
Bury St Edmunds. Matric. Easter, 1784; Scholar, 1784; 
M.B. 1789; M.D. 1794. Fellow, 1793. F.R.C.P., 1796; 
Gulstonian Lecturer, 1797; Censor, 1796, 1804 and 1811; 
Harveian Orator, 1806. F.R.S., 1797. Physician at St 
George's Hospital, 1800-8. Physician-Extraordinary to the 
Prince of Wales, the Duke of Cumberland, i8q6, and to 
H.M. the King. Suffered severely from 'tic douloureux' 
(facial neuralgia) and obliged to retire from practice. 'An 
excellent clinical observer, who had paid much attention to 
morbid anatomy.' Married (i) Sarah — ; (2) Aug. 1794, 
Eleanor, dau. of James Hamilton, of Woodbrook, Co. 
Tyrone. Author, A Practical Treatise on Various Diseases of 
the Abdominal Viscera. Died July 31, 1822, of apoplexy, at 
Fredville, Kent. Brother of Thomas (i773)> Jeremiah (1758) 
and Henry J. (i77o); father of John J. (1813). (Venn, 11. 
108; D.N.B.; Pemberton Pedigrees; Burke, L. C, which has 
parentage wrong.) 

PEMBERTON, EDWARD. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, June 23, 
1752. Of Essex. S. of the Rev. Edward (1720). [B. 1733, at 
Belchamp St Paul.] School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1752; 
Scholar. Migrated to King's, Dec. 16, 1752; B.A. 1757; 
M.A. 1760. Fellow of King's, 1755-65- Ord. deacon (Ely) 
1763; priest, 1763. R. of Foxearth, Essex, and R. of UpweU, 
Norfolk, 1764-98. Married EHzabeth — . Died June 12, 
1798. Will, P.C.C. Brother of Francis (1745), John (i753) 
and Jeremy (1763). (Eton Coll. Reg.; Pemberton Pedigrees; 
G. Mag., 1798, I. 542.) 

PEMBERTON, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peterhouse, 
Sept. 13, 1801. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Jeremy (1763), V. of 
Belchamp St Paul, Essex. B. 1783- School, Bury St Ed- 
munds. Matric. Michs. 1802; B.A. 1806; M.A. 1809. Fellow, 
1810. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Feb. 22, 1807; priest, June 12, 
1808. V. of Belchamp St Paul (succeeding his father), 
1811-59. Married, 1838, Sarah, dau. of William Senhouse, 
Esq. Died Mar. 29, 1859, at Rose Hill, Wixoe, Essex. 
Brother of Jeremy (1802). (T. A. Walker, 374; Pemberton 
Pedigrees; G. Mag., 1838, 11. 320, and 1859, i. 545.) 



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Pemberton, Francis Charles James 

PEMBERTON, FRANCIS CHARLES JAMES. Adm. pens, at 
Emmanuel, Jan. 21, 1796. [Eldest s. of Francis William, 
of the Bombay C.S. (and Mary, dau. of Capt. Joseph Pnce, 
H.E.I.C.N.S.). B. 1778. School, Eton.] Matric. Easter, 
1797; B.A. 1800; M.A. 1803. Of Trumpington Hall, Cambs. 
Col., Cambs. Militia. Married Frances, dau. of Benjamin 
Keene, M.P. for Cambridge, of Swyncombe House, Oxon., 
and had issue a daughter. Died Oct. 18, 1849, at Barbezieux, 
France. {Eton Coll. Reg.; Burke, L.G.; G. Mag., 1850, i. 342.) 

PEMBERTON, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Nov. 2, 1803. S. of Stephen (Lincoln College, Oxford, 1761), 
Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford, of Newcastle-on-Tyne (and 
Isabella, dau. of George Anderson, of Newcastle-on-Tyne). 
[B. May 15, 1784.] School, Houghton, Durham. Comet, 
2nd Life Guards, Mar. 19, 1808; Lieut., 1808; Lieut., 23rd 
Dragoons, 1812; 'sold out,' .\pr. 22, 1813. Of Bainbridge 
Holme, Durham. F.R.S., 1813. Married, Sept. 29, 1819, 
Jane, dau. of Thomas Hunter, of Beoley Hall, Worcs. Died 
Apr. 6, 1851. {Boase, 11. 1445; G. Mag., 1851, i. 682; Burke, 
L.G.; Pemberton Pedigrees.) 

PEMBERTON, HENRY JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Peter- 
house, Apr. 17, 1770. [3rd] s. of the Rev. Jeremiah (1732). 
of Trumpington, Cambs. Bapt. June 9, i753- School, 
Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1771; B.A. 1774; M-A- '777. 
Fellow, 1777. V. of Walthamstow, Essex, 1778-9. Went as 
a Chaplain to the East Indies, but returned on account of 
his health. C. of King's Langley, Herts., at his death. 
Mar. 15, 1793. 'Universally esteemed for the urbanity of his 
manners." Brother of Christopher R. {1784), Thomas (177- 
and Jeremiah (1758). (T. A. Walker, 332 and MSS. 33^, 
G. Mag., 1793, I- 375-) 

PEMBERTON, HENRY WILLIAMS (1837), see HODGSON, 
H. W. 

PEMBERTON, JEREMIAH. Adm. pens, (age i6) at Pembroke, 
June 7, 1758. Eldest s. of the Rev. Jeremiah (1732). ot 
Trumpington, Cambs. (and Anne Barron). B. [1741]. at 
Great [Much] Hadham, Herts. [School, Bury St Edmunds 
Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 1759; Scholar, 1758; B.A. {2nd 
Wrangler) 1762; jst Chancellor's medal, 1762; Members' 
prize, 1764; M.A. 1765. FeUow, 1763. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Iim, Mar. 28, 1760. Commissary of the University, 1789-90. 
Chief Justice of Nova Scotia, Aug. 1788-Oct. 1789. Died, 
unmarried, July 14, 1790, at his chambers in the Inner 
Temple; buried at Trumpington, Cambs., July 20, 1790. 
Brother of Christopher R. (1784), Thomas (i773) and Henry 
J. (1770). {Bury St Edmunds Sch. Reg.; Pemberton Pedigrees; 
G. Mag., 1790, II. 672.) 

PEMBERTON, JEREMY (or JEREMIAH). Adm. (age 18) at 
King's, a scholar from Eton, Nov. 16, 1763. S. of the Rev. 
Edward (1720), V. of Belchamp St Paul, Essex. B. there, 
Sept. 26, 1744. Matric. Michs. 1763; B.A. 1768; M.A. 1771. 
FeUow, 1766-79. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Mar. 28, 1760. 
Ord. deacon (London) June 14, 1767; priest (Ely) 1778. 
R. of Kingston, Cambs., 1778-1811. V. of Belchamp St Paul, 
Essex, 1781-1811. Married Ursula — . Died Oct. 7, 1811, at 
Belchamp. Brother of Edward (1752), Francis (i745) and 
John (1753); lather of Edward (1801) and the next. {Eton 
Coll. Reg.; Inns of Court; G. Mag., 1811, 11. 591.) 

PEMBERTON, JEREMY (or JEREMIAH). Adm. pens, at 
Peterhouse, July 28, 1802. S. of the Rev. Jeremy (above), 
V. of Belchamp St Paul. B. 1785, at Foxearth, Essex. 
School, Bury St Edmunds. Matric. Michs. 1804; B.A. 1808; 
M.A. 1811. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1808; priest, 1809; C. of 
Kingston, Cambs., i8o8. R. of Foxearth, 1810-45. Married 
Margaretta Cave. Died Dec. i, 1864, in London; will proved, 
1865. Bequeathed £7000 to various Church institutions. 
Brother of Edward (1801). {Bury St Edmunds Sch. Reg.; 
T. A. Walker, 375; G. Mag., 1865, i. 522; Pemberton 
Pedigrees.) 

PEMBERTON, JOHN. Adm. (age 17) at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, Jan. 10, 1753. [S. of the Rev. Edward (1720), V. of 
Belchamp St Paul, Essex. B. there, Feb. 12, I734-5-] 
Matric. Easter, 1753; B.A. 1757- Fellow, 1756-9- Ord. 
deacon (London) Dec. 24, 1758; priest, May 11, 1759. R. of 
Foxearth, Essex, 1759-64. Died Nov. 15, 1764. Brother of 
Edward (1752), Jeremy (1763) and Francis (i745)- {Eton 
Coll. Reg.; T. A. Walker, 80; G. Mag., 1764, 546.) 

PEMBERTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, June 29, 
1778. S. of [the Rev.] John (1737-8), of St Albans, Herts. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1778. Migrated to Corpus 
Christi, Apr. 12, 1780; Scholar; B.A. 1782; M.A. 1787. R. 
of St Peter's, Bedford, and R. of Thornton, Bucks., 1797-9. 
Died Feb. 28, 1799. {G.Mag., 1797, 11. 1138, and 1799, '• 168.) 



PEMBERTON, ShoLTO RaWLINS 

PEMBERTON, JOHN FISHWICK. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Oct. 1886. S. of Jefiery Smith. B. Mar. 12, 1867, at 
Bebington, Cheshire. Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889; M.A. . 
1893. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1890; priest (Gibraltar, for 
Rochester) 1891; C. of St Paul's, Chatham, 1890-2. C. of 
St Andrew's, Watford, Herts., 1892-7. C.M.S. Missionary at 
Aligarh, 1897-1905; at Gorakhpur, 1906-12 and 1914; at 
Lucknow, 1913-14; at Meerut, 1914-18 and 1920-2; at 
Allahabad, 1918-19. P.C. of Bruisyard, Suffolk, 1927-9. 
V. of Rendham with Sweffling, 1923-32. Married Katharine 
Maude Innes. Died July 5, 1932, in London. {Crockford; 
The Times, July 6, 1932.) 

PEMBERTON, JOHN JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Sept. 30, 1813. [Eldest] s. of Christopher Robert (1784)- 
B. [1796], in London. School, Hackney, London. Matric. 
Michs. 1814; B.A. 1818; M.A. 1822. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, Dec. 14, i8io; at Lincoha's Inn, June 25, 1817. 
Called to the Bar, 1820. Died in Bombay. {Inns of Court.) 

PEMBERTON, JOSEPH HERBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Dec. 26, 1806. [Eldest s. of Joseph Herbert (and Margaret, 
dau. of William Pemberton). B. Sept. 10, 1787, in the Island 
of St Nevis. School, Charterhouse.] Matric. Michs. 1807; 
B.A. i8ii. Ord. deacon (Ely) Apr. 20, 1811; priest (Ely) 
Sept. 22, 1811; C. of Rampton, Cambs., 1811. R. of St John's 
and St George's, Nevis, 1818-70. Married, Nov. 11, 1817, 
Sarah Anne Hobson, and had issue. Died Sept. 19, 1870. 
M.I. in St George's, Nevis. (Oliver, Caribbeana, i. 309; 
R. L. Arrowsmith.) 

EMBERTON, MAX. Adm. at- Caius, Oct. i, 1881. S. of 
Thomas Joshua, merchant, of St John's Wood, London [and 
sometime of Beech Mount, Liverpool]. [B. June 19, 1863, 
in Birmingham.] School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 
1881; B.A. 1884. Of Troston Hall, near Bury St Edmunds, 
Sufiolk. Published his first novel. The Diary of a Scoundrel, 
in 1891. Editor of the boys' paper Chums, 1892-3; of 
CasselVs Magazine, 1896-1906. Founder, 1920, and for some 
time Director of the London School of Journalism. A Director 
of Northclifie Newspapers. Knighted, 1928. J. P. for Sufiolk. 
Author, Lord Northcliffe; The Life of Sir Henry Royce; Sjxty 
Years Ago and After; and of many novels and plays. Died 
Feb. 22, 1950, in London. {Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; 
Burke, P. and B. ; KeUy, Handbook ; WJio's Who.) 
PEMBERTON, PETERSON IMRAY. Matric. Non-Coil., Michs. 
1881. A member of Cavendish H. [B. 1863.] Died m 1917. 
{Pemberton Pedigrees.) 

PEMBERTON, RANDLE JACKSON. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Magdalene, Nov. 2, 1847; from Worcester College, Oxford, 
whence he had matric. July 2, 1846. Only s. of the Rev. 
Edward [Robert] (Exeter College, Oxford, 1811) [formerly 
Butcher, who had assumed the surname of Pemberton, 1842], 
of Wandsworth, Surrey. [B. Jan. 4, 1827.] School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1847. At the East India College, Addiscombe. 
Married Emily Mary— . {Rugby Sch. Reg. (sub Butcher), which 
states that he went from Oxford to the East India CoUege; 
Al. Oxon.; Changes of Name; Pemberton Pedigrees.) 
PEMBERTON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
July I, 1857. S. of Robert. B. at Romford, Essex. Matnc. 
Michs. 1857; B.A. 1861. 
PEMBERTON, ROBERT GEORGE (1876), see GOGGS, R. G. 
PEMBERTON, SHOLTO FRIELL. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
June 27, 1828. Of Somerset. [S. of the Rev. John Butler, 
of Palmeto, St Christopher's Isle, W. Indies (and Harriet, 
relict of Richard Price. B. Feb. 23, 1808.] School, Blundells, 
Tiverton. Matric. Michs. 1828. Migrated to Sidney, Oct. 8, 
1828; B.A. 1834; M.A. 1837. Ord. deacon (London) June 14, 
1835 ; priest (Gloucester, Litt. dim. from London) June 5.1836. 
Appointed Chaplain (H.E.I.C.S.), at Bombay, 1836; at 
Concan in 1844. Married, Nov. 5, 1835, Ann, dau. of Timothy 
Casson, of Bristol, and had issue. Died at seam 184O. (Ouver, 
Caribbeana, I. 271; Bombay Calendar, 1845; Blundells Sch. 
Reg.) 
PEMBERTON, SHOLTO RAWLINS. Adm. pens, at Downing, 
Sept. II, 1876. [Eldest s. of Sholto Thomas, formeriy Chief 
Justice of Dominica (and Anna, dau. of Stedman Akeis 
Rawlins).] Of 5, Clifton Terrace, Maida \'ale, London, W. 
[B. Feb. 2, 1858.] Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. 1883. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, Nov. 19, 1880. Called to the Bar, June 6, 
1883. Member of the General Legislative and Executive 
Councils, Leeward Islands, 1885-95, where he acted as Puisne 
Judge, Attomev-General, and as Chief Justice; also as 
Administrator of Dominica. Assistant Attorney-General of 
Dominica, 1903. Puisne Judge, Leeward Islands 19 11 -:2i; 
retired. Of Dominica, Leeward Islands, in igsi. {Law Usts; 
Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; Whos Who; Oliver, 
Caribbeana, i. 271.) 



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Pemberton, Thomas 

PEMBERTON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Apr. 23, 1773. S. of the Rev. Jeremiah (1732), of Trum- 
pington, Cambs. [B. 1756.] School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 
1774; Scholar, 1776; B.A. {12th Wrangler) iJJT, M.A. 1780. 
Fellow, 1779. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) Sept. 24, 1780; priest 
(Pet.erb.) June 23, 1781. Chaplain to the Bishop of Ely. 
R. of Stanton, Suffolk, 1781-9. R. of Kelshall, Herts., 1789- 
181 1. R. of Chellesworth, Suffolk, 1781-9. Married Mary, 
dau. of Thomas Wale, of Little Shelford, Cambs. Brother of 
Christopher R. (1784), Jeremiah (1758) and Henry J. (1770); 
father of Andrew W. (1801). (Northants. Clergy; G., Mag. 

1789, 1217; Pemberton Pedigrees.) 

PEMBERTON, THOMAS PERCY (1851), see HUDSON, T. P. 

PEMBERTON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Peter- 
house, June 17, 1785. [2nd] s. of Christopher (1745), of 
Newton, Cambs. Bapt. May 12. 1765. School, Cavendish. 
Matric. Michs. 1785; B.A. 1789; M.A. 1792. Fellow, 1792. 
Ord. deacon (Ely) 1790; priest, 1790; C. of Barton, Cambs., 

1790. C. of Grantchester, 1801. R. of Burgate, Suffolk, 
1806-28, and V. of Barton, Cambs., 1795-1828. Died Mar. 20, 
1828, at Bath. (T. A. Walker, 353; G. Mag., 1828, 1. 646; 
Pemberton Pedigrees.) 

PEMBERTON, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS. Adm. pens, at Em- 
manuel, Dec. 27, 1789. Of Middlesex. S. of Thomas. B. 
Aug. 15, 1773. [School, Merchant Taylors'.] Matric. Michs. 
1790; B.A. (()th Wrangler) 1794; M.A. 1797; B.D. 1804. 
Fellow, 1796-1816; College Librarian, 1802. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Sept. 24, 1797; priest, Sept. 21, 1800. C. of 
Gt St Andrew's, Cambridge, 1808. Registrary of the Uni- 
versity, 1809-16. Gave £21 towards rebuilding after the 
College fire, 1811. Died s.p., Oct. 12, 1816, in London. 
M.L in the cloisters of the College. (MercJiant Taylors' Sck. 
Reg.; G. Mag., 1816, 11. 381; J. B. Peace; Pemberton 
Pedigrees.) 

PEMBERTON, WILLIAM PARNELL DESPARD. Adm. pens, 
at St John's, Oct. 14, 1896. S. of Joseph Despard, engineer 
and surveyor [died Oct. 1893] (and Theresa Jane Despard 
Grantott). B. Nov. 12, 1877, at Victoria, British Columbia. 
School, University College (Mr H. W. Eve). Matric. Michs. 
1896; B.A. 1899. A Mining Engineer. {Pemberton Pedigrees.) 

PEMBERTON, WILLIAM WARBURTON (1890), see WIN- 
GATE, W. W. 

PEMBERTON-BARNES, ERNEST (1874), see BARNES, E. P. 

PEMBERTON-BARNES, PERCY (1878), see BARNES, P. P. 

PEMBLE, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Sidney, July i, 1803. S. of 
Henry, of Clay Cross, Derbs. B. there. Mar. 12, 1782. 
School, private. Matric. Michs. 1803; B.A. 1807. Ord. 
priest (London) Mar. 14, 1813. R. of St Peter's, Sandwich, 
Kent, 1836-51. V. of North Mundham and Hunston, 
Sussex, 1852-6. {Clergy List; Foster, Index Eccles.) 

PEMBROKE, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
May 28, 1810. [Only] s. of Charles, Esq. [attorney], of 
Chertsey, Surrey. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1810; 
LL.B. 1816. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 22, 1810. R. of 
Weybridge, Surrey, 1827, and C. of Chertsey, where he died 
c. 1847. Not in Clergy List. {Eton Sch. Lists; Inns of Court.) 

PEMELL, HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 15, 
1858. Matric. Michs. 1858. 

PEMELL, PETER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June i, 1802. 
Doubtful if resided. Probably of Canterbury; see the next. 

PEMELL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
May 25, 1837. Eldest s. of Peter (? above), gent., of Canter- 
bury. B. there. Matric. Michs. 1837; B.A. 1841. Adm. at 
the Middle Temple, Nov. 10, 1841. {Inns of Court.) 

PENDERED, WILLIAM LEEMAN. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
June 30, 1842. S. of John, draper, of Royston, Herts, (and 
Jane Edwards). B. Feb. 23, 1823. School, Oakham (Dr 
Doncaster). Matric. Michs. 1842; B.A. 1846; M.A. 1849. 
Assistant Master at Tonbridge School, 1846-52. Second 
Master of Brentwood Grammar School, Essex, 1852-6; at 
Billericay Grammar School, 1857-8. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 
1852; priest, 1853. C. of Great Bedwyn, Wilts., 1856-7. 
C. of Wootton Rivers, 1859-60. C. of St Paul's, Alnwick 
Northumberland, 1861-6. Head Master of the Grammar 
School, Haydon Bridge (and Lecturer there), 1866-78. V. of 
Ennerdale, Cumberland, 1878-84. Resided subsequently at 
Grasse, Alpes Maritimes, France, where he died Dec. i, 1890. 
{Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; Boase, vi. 382; Eagle, xvr. 480; 
Crockford; The Times, Dec. 6, 1890; The Guardian, Dec. 10, 
1890.) 



Penfold, Hugh Charles 

PENDLEBURY, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 10, 
1873. [Yovmgest] s. of James, druggist (and Elizabeth). 
B. [July 5, 1854], in Liverpool. Bapt. July 30, 1854. School, 
Liverpool College (Mr Butler). Matric. Michs. 1873; Scholar, 
1875; B.A. {idth Wrangler) 1877; M.A. 1880. Mathematical 
Master at St Paul's School, London, 1877-1910, where he 
was particularly identified with the Army side. F.R.A.S., 
1879. Hon. Sec. of the Mathematical Association, 1886-1936. 
Pendlebury was published in 1886, as the result of its author's 
first nine years' teaching at St Paul's. 'His name was 
familiar to generations of schoolboys, and for many years 
there were few families in which it was not a household word ; 
and not in England alone, for his Arithmetic was adapted for 
use in various parts of the Empire, and was translated into 
Burmese, Gujerati, and Canarese, besides being issued in 
BraiUe.' Died Aug. 18, 1941, at 39, Burlington Road, 
Chiswick. Brother of Richard (1866). {Schoolmasters' 
Directories; Who's Who; The Times, Aug. 19, 1941.) 

PENDLEBURY, HERBERT STRINGFELLOW. Adm. (age 20) 
at Pembroke, Oct. 6, 1890. Eldest s. of John, merchant, of 
Standish, near Wigan, Lanes. B. [Dec. 10, 1870], at Wigan. 
Private tuition. Matric. Michs. 1890; Scholar; B.A. (Nat. 
Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1893; (Pt II, ist Class, 1894); M.A. 
1897; M.B. and B.Chir. 1898. At St George's Hospital. 
M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1896; F.R.C.S., 1897. Lecturer on 
Surgery at St George's Hospital Medical School; and House 
Surgeon and House Physician there. Surgeon, Royal 
Waterloo Hospital. Consulting Surgeon, Kensington Dis- 
pensary and Children's Hospital. Hon. Sec. and Hon. 
Treasurer, subsequently Hon. Fellow, Royal Society of 
Medicine. Practised in London. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Capt., R.A.M.C). Of Barsham House, Malvern, in 
1946. {Univ. War List; Medical Directories; Who's Who.) 

PENDLEBURY, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Queens', May 11, 1825. 
Of Lancashire. Matric. Michs. 1826; M.B. 1830; M.D. 1835. 

PENDLEBURY, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 3, 
1866. [2nd] s. of James (and EUzabeth). B. [Mar. 28, 1847], 
in Liverpool. Bapt. Apr. 18, 1847. [School, Liverpool 
College.] Matric. Michs. 1866; Scholar, 1868; B.A. {Senior. 
Wrangler and Smith's prize) 1870; M.A. 1873. Fellow, 
1870-1902. University Lecturer in Mathematics, 1888-1901. 
Collector of musical manuscripts. Made a collection of early 
mathematical works, which after his death were presented 
by his brothers to the College library. A famous Alpine 
cUmber, 1870-77; made the first ascent of Monte Rosa from 
Macunaga in 1872. Presented 100 volumes of printed music, 
vocal and instrumental, together with a number of books of 
reference in the same subject, to the Fitzwilliam Museum, 
1880; and in each of the next years gave the same number; 
with other yearly gifts, the Pendlebury Collection amounted 
to about 2000 volumes. Died Mar. 13, 1902, at Keswick. 
Brother of Charles (1873). {C.U. Hist. Reg.; Eagle, xxiil. 
348; The Times, Mar. 18, 1902.) 

PENDLETON, JOHN WICKLIFFE. Matric. from Ayerst H., 
Easter, 1889. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 1892; priest, 1893; 
C. of St Peter's, Choriey, Lanes., 1892-4. C. of St John's, 
Pendlebury, 1894-1901. C. of St James's, Colchester, 1903-5. 
C. of St James's, Walthamstow, 1905-8. C. of Holy Trinity, 
Waltham Cross, 1908-10. C. of St Margaret's, with St 
Nicholas, King's Lynn, 1910-12. C. of Prince's Park, 
Lanes., 1912-13. C. of Rye, Sussex, 1914-18. C. of St Paul's, 
Worthing, 1919-20. C. of Bognor, 1920-2. Lie. to off., dio. 
of Chichester, 1923-7. C. of St Alban's, Preston, Brighton, 
1927-30. C.-in-charge of Bungalow Town, Shoreham, 1930-3. 
R. of Terwick, 1934-44. Died in 1944. {Crockford.) 

PENFOLD (post WYATT), HUGH. Adm. pens, at Trinity 
Hall, Feb. 23, 1830. [Eldest s. of Hugh, of Cissbury, 
Sussex, who assumed the name of Wyatt in 1837 (and Frances, 
dau. of John Ingram, of Steyning).] [B. July 9, 1813.] 
Matric. Michs. 1831; Scholar, 1832; (Civil Law Classes, 
1st Class, 1834-5); LL.B. 1836; LL.D. 1841. FeOow, 1838-55. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, June 3, 1834. Called to the Bar, 
June 7, 1837. On the South-Eastem Circuit. Recorder of 
Seaford, 1862. J. P. and D.L. for Sussex; High Sheriff, 1884. 
Assumed the name of Wyatt, Nov. 18, 1839. Married, 
May 16, 1855, Sarah Jane Emily, dau. of Admiral Hargood, 
of Worthing. Died, s.p., May 18, 1897. Brother of John 
Ingram ^1835, sub Wyatt). {Changes of Name; Law Lists 
{sub Wyatt); Inns of Court; Burke, L.G. {sub Wyatt).) 

PENFOLD, HUGH CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity 
Hall, Jan. 20, 1852. Eldest s. of Edward Greenfield, Esq., 
of Rustington, Arundel, Sussex. [B. Aug. 7, 1834. School, 
Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 1852; B.A. 1856; M.A. i860. Adm. 
at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 17, 1856. Called to the Bar, Apr. 30, 
i860. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Jan. 18, 1866. Of 
Rustington, Sussex. J. P. for Sussex. Died in 1908. Brother 
of Robert (1854). {Harrow Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; Inns of 
Court ; Foster, Men at the Bar.) 



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PENFOLD, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, June 2, 
1753. S. of the Rev. John (1721), of Sussex. B. at Ripe. 
School, Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1753; Scholar; B.A. 
1757; M.A. 1760. Ord. deacon (Chester) Dec. 18, 1757; 
priest, Dec. 21, 1760. V. of Long Burton, Dorset, 1761-3- 
V. of Ferring (and East Preston), Sussex, 1766-1812. V. of 
Goring, Sussex, 1770-1812. Married (i) Ann — ; (2) Aug. 9, 
1770, Jane Olliver. Died May 7, 1812. (St John's Coll. Adm., 
III. 620; Register of Ferring; F. P. White.) 

PENFOLD, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 20, 1825. 
[Probably s. of James (and Miss Bainbridge, of Crimple 
House, Yorks.).] Matric. Michs. 1825; Scholar, 1826; B.A. 
1830; M.A. 1833. C. of Thorley, Isle of Wight; R. there, 
1841-50. Disappears from Clergy List, 1851. (Peile, 11. 420.) 

PENFOLD, JOHN BROOKES VERNON. Adm. pens, (age 20) 
at Jesus, Oct. 1884. S. of the Rev. WilUam (Lincoln College, 
Oxford, 1819), deceased. B. [1864], at Ruardean, Gloucs. 
School, St John's, Leatherhead. Matric. Michs. 1884. B.D., 
Lambeth, 1917. Ord. deacon (Sodor and Man) 1888; priest 
(London) 1892; Chaplain at King William's College, Isle of 
Man, 1888-90. C. of St James's, Marylebone, 1890-3. V. of 
St James's, Guernsey, 1893-1918. Dean of Guernsey, 1917. 
R. of St Peter Port, Guernsey, 1918-22. Bailiwick of 
Guernsey and its dependencies. A prominent Freemason; 
Senior Grand Warden of the Province of Guernsey and 
Aldemey, and Grand Chaplain of England. Died May 4, 
1922. (Leatherhead Sch. Reg.; Crockford; King William's 
Coll. Reg., which erroneously gives of Trinity College, Dublin; 
Who was Who.) 

PENFOLD, JOHN INGRAM (1835). see WYATT, J. I. P. 

PENFOLD, JOHN SANDYS. Adm. at Christ's, June 25, 1815. 
[Perhaps eldest s. of the Rev. John (St Alban HaU, Oxford, 
1788), V. of Steyning, Sussex, 1772-1840.] Doubtful if 
resided. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 19, 1819. (Peile, 11. 
380; Inns of Court.) 

PENFOLD, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Mar. 25, 
1854. S. of Edward Greenfield, Esq., of Rustington, Arundel, 
Sussex. [B. Oct. i, 1835. School, Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 
1854. Comet, 15th Hussars, 1856; retired, as Capt., 1868. 
Of Roundwyck, near Petworth, Sussex. Died Nov. 14, 1917. 
Brother of Hugh C. (1852). (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

PENGELLEY, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
June 30, 1851. Of Devon. Doubtful if resided. Adm. sizar 
at Queens', Oct. 22, 1852. Matric. Michs. 1852; B.A. 1857; 
M.A. i860. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1856; priest, 1857; C. of 
Stoke Rochford, Lines., 1856-9. C. of St Mark's, North 
Audley Street, London, 1860-2. Married at St George's, 
Hanover Square, London, Apr. 24, 1862, Augusta D'Oyly, 
dau. of Major-Gen. Sir Jeremiah Bryant, C.B. Died June 14, 
1863, aged 30, at Peterborough. Brother of the next three. 
(Crockford; G. Mag., 1862, i. 775, and 1863, 11. 109.) 

PENGELLEY, CHARLES GREENWAY. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 21, 1845. Of Devon. Matric. Michs. 1845. 
Brother of the next two and the above. 

PENGELLEY, EDWARD. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, 
July 1, 1844. Of Devon. Matric. Michs. 1844; Scholar, 1845; 
B.A. 1848; M.A. 1851. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1848; priest, 
1849; C. of St John-the-Baptist, Peterborough, 1848-50. 
C. of Glinton, Northants., 1850-73. V. of N. Collingham, 
Notts., 1873-77. Disappears from C>'oc^/oy(i, 1878. Brother of 
the above two and of the next. 

PENGELLEY, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. sizar at Corpus 
Christi, July 3, 1847. Of Devon. Matric. Michs. 1847; 
Scholar, 1848; B.A. 1851; M.A. i860. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
1851; priest, 1852; C. of Blisworth, Northants., 1852-5. 
C. of Christ Church, St George's-in-the-East, London, 1856-8. 
C. of Grantham, Lines., 1858-9 and 1862-6. C. of Bourne, 
1859-62. R. of Great Gonerby, 1866-73. V. of Tyler's Green, 
Bucks., 1873-83. Resided subsequently in London, where 
he died July 31, 1896. Brother of the three above. (Crock- 
ford; The Times, Aug. i, 1896.) 

PENGELLY, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Feb. 6, 1863. 
S. of WiUiam, F.R.S., geologist (for whom see D.N.B.). 
B. Jan. 10, 1843, at Torquay. Matric. Michs. 1863; Scholar, 
1865; B.A. 1867; M.A. 1871. Joined the Indian Forestry 
Department; in the N.W. Provinces, Nov. 1869; in Sinde, 
1871. Contributed to periodicals: Stray Notes on the Indian 
Tame Elephant; Remarks on the Orthography of Indian 
Names; A Few Thoughts on the Decimal System. Died 
July 30, i88o, at Chamba, Punjab, as the result of an 
accident in the pursuit of big game. (Peile, 11. 575, which 
calls him Pengelley and gives death as in 1883.) 



Penman, Thomas 

PENHALL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 7, 1877. 
S. of John Thomas [doctor], of 5, Eversfield Place, St 
Leonards-on-Sea, Sussex. B. [Oct. 27], 1858, at Hastings. 
School, King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 
1881. Killed, Aug. 4, 1882, by an avalanche on the Wetter- 
horn, Switzerland. (Cambridge Revietv, iv. i ; The Guardian, 
Aug. 16, 1882; Matrics. and Degrees, 1851-1900, calls him 
' PenbaU.') 

PENISTAN, EDWARD JAMES. Adm. at Clare, Jan. 5, 1895. 
[S. of James, of Stowmarket.] School, Aske's, Hatcham. 
Matric. Michs. 1895; Scholar; B.A. 1898; M.A. 1902. Ord. 
deacon (Manchester) 1899; priest, 1900; C. of Emmanuel 
Church, Bolton, Lanes., 1899-1904. C. of Habergham Eaves, 
1904-12. C. of St Thomas, Radcliffe, 1912-13. R. of St 
Mary's, Orcheston, Wilts., 1913-17. Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (Chaplain, R.A.C.D.). V. of St Peter's, 
Accrington, Lanes., 1918-23. R. of Mount Barker with 
Cranbrook, W. Australia, 1923-9. V. of Milnrow, Lanes., 
1929-36. R. of Brington with Molesworth and Old Weston, 
Hunts., 1936-49. Of Henfleld, Sussex, in 1952. (Univ. War 
List; Crockford.) 

PENISTAN, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar at St John's, Apr. 2, 1841. 
Of Lincolnshire. S. of Michael, grocer, of Waterside[? Lin- 
coln] (and Anne). Bapt. Feb. 15, i8ig. School, Cathedral 
Grammar, Peterborough (the Rev. W. Cape). Matric. Michs. 
1841; B.A. 1845; M.A. 1848. Ord. deacon (York) 1846; priest, 
1847. Head Master of Guisborough Grammar School, Yorks., 
1846-50. C. of Fordham, Cambs., 1850-64. Master of 
St Peter's Grammar School, Plymouth, 1868-70. V. of 
St Blazey, ComwaU, 1870-93. Married, May 22, 1866, Ehza, 
dau. of WiUiam Hyde, and widow of Charles Andrew Dyce, 
of Aberdeen. Died Aug. 24, 1893. (Boase, vi. 382; Boase, 
Collect. Cornub., 705; Crockford; The Guardian, Aug. 30, 
1893-) 

PENKIVIL, JAMES SOUTH SEPTIMUS. Adm. sizar at Sx 
John's, Oct. 15, 1874. S. of John, surgeon (and Frances). 
B. at Staplehurst, Kent. School, Cranbrook. Bapt. Aug. 3, 
1856. Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 1878. 

PENLEY, FRANCIS THORPE. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
July 3, 1852. Of Surrey. Matric. Michs. 1852; Scholar, 1853; 
B.A. 1856; M.A. 1863. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) 1856; priest, 
June 7, 1857; C. of St Luke's, Gloucester, 1856-8. C. of 
Oddington, Gloucs., 1858-67. C. of Cowley, Middlesex, 
1867-71. C. of Shipton-OUffe, Gloucs., 1872-3. C. of Cam, 
1873-5. V. of Cam (with St Bartholomew's Chapel, Dursley), 
1875-98. Disappears from Crockford, 1899. Father of 
Reginald H. (1891); doubtless brother of the next. 

PENLEY, LIONEL BANKS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
July 4, 1854. Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1854; Scholar, 
1855; B.A. 1858. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1858; priest, 
1859; C. of Stretton-on-Dunsmore, Warws., 1858-61. Master 
of Kidderminster Grammar School, 1861-74, and C. of 
Trimpley, Kidderminster, 1862-76. C. of Kidderminster, 
1876-80. V. of St John-the-Evang., Stourbridge, 1880-1911. 
Died Nov. 17, 1911, aged 82. Father of the next; doubtless 
brother of the above. (Crockford; The Guardian, Nov. 24, 191 1.) 

PENLEY, LIONEL SAMPSON. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 1, 1880. S. of the Rev. Lionel Banks (above), of 
ly. Church Street, Kidderminster. B. June i, 1859, at 
Stretton-on-Dunsmore, Warws. Schools, Kidderminster 
Grammar, and Trinity College, Stratford-on-Avon. Matric. 
Michs. 1880. Drowned, Mar. 22, 1881, by the upsetting of 
his canoe at Grantchester, Cambs. (Cambridge Review, 1881, 
241; The Guardian, Mar. 30, 1881.) 

PENLEY, REGINALD HERBERT. Matric. Non-Coil, from 
Cavendish H., Lent, 1891. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Jan. 12, 
1892. S. of the Rev. Francis Thorpe (1852), V. of Cam, 
Gloucs. B. Nov. 8, 1872, at Shipton-Ohffe, Gloucs. School, 
Marlborough CoUege. B.A. 1893. Adm. Solicitor, Dec. 1898; 
practised at Dursley, Gloucs. Clerk to the Justices of Whit- 
minster and Dursley Petty Sessions, 1905. Of Ruckstowe 
Hill, Dursley, Gloucs., in 1946. (Marlborough Coll. Reg.; 
Peile, II. 772; Law Lists.) 

PENMAN, LANCELOT TULIP. Adm. at King's, Sept. 30, 1898. 
[S. of Lancelot Tulip, of Broadwood Park, Lanchester, 
Durham. School, The Leys, Cambridge.] Matric. Michs. 
1898; B.A. 1901. Adm. Solicitor, May, 1905; practised at 
Newcastle-on-Tyne. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Durham Light Infantry; Capt., 1918). Of Broadwood Park, 
Lanchester, in 1946. Brother of the next. (King's Coll. Adm. 
Reg.; Law Lists.) 

PENMAN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i, 1896. S. of 
L[ancelot] T[ulip], of Gateshead-on-Tyne. B. there, Nov. 23, 
1876. School, The Leys, Cambridge (Dr Moulton). Matric. 
Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899; LL.B. (Law Trip., Ft II, ist Class) 
1900; M.A. 1904. Adm. SoUcitor, 1903; of Messrs Penman 
and Gilberd, Gateshead. Brother of the above. (Camb. Year- 
book.) 



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PENN, ERIC FRANK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 1897. 
[Eldest] s. of William, of Taverham Hall, Norfolk [and 
sometime of St Albans Court, Dover] (and Constance). B. 
Apr. 17, 1878, in London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1897. 
Cricket 'blue,' 1899, 1902. Served in the S. African War, 
1899-1901 (Lieut., 3rd Royal Scots). Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (Second Lieut., Norfolk Yeomanry, 1914; 
Capt., 4th Grenadier Guards, 1915 ; mentioned in despatches) ; 
killed in action, Oct. 18, 1915. (Scott, MSS.; Book of Blues; 
Army Lists; Univ. War List, which erroneously gives 'killed 
Feb. 11'; The Times, Oct. 25, 1915.) 

PENN, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Trinity Hall, Oct. 9, 1761. 
Matric. Michs. 1761; Scholar, 1762; LL.B. 1768. Ord. deacon 
(Gloucester) Aug. 17, 1766; priest (Norwich) Aug. 5, 1773; 
C. of Raveningham with Norton, Norfolk, 1773. V. of 
Roughton, 1788-1814. Author, Sermons. Died in 1814 at 
Beccles, Suffolk. (G. Mag., 1814, 11. 298; Blomefield, supp.) 

PENN, JOHN. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Clare, Dec. 17, 1776. 
[4th (eldest surv.) s. of Thomas, and grandson of William 
(his mother was a dau. of the Earl of Pomfret). B. Feb. 22, 
1760, in London. School, Eton.] Matric. Lent, 1777; M.A. 
1779; LL.D. 1811. Succeeded to his father's property in 
Pennsylvania, 1775; went there in 1782; being the last 
proprietor and hereditary Governor of Pennsylvania. 
Returned and settled in Stoke Poges, Bucks., in 1789. 
Lieut., Bucks. Cav.-Vols., 1803-7. J. P. for Bucks.; High 
Sheriff, 1798. M.P. forHelston, 1802-3. Governor of Portland 
Castle, 1805; built 'Pennsylvania Castle' on Portland 
Island. Captain in command of the Portland Island Legion 
Vols., 1804-7. Miscellaneous writer of poems and plays. 
Founded the 'Outinian Society,' originally started as a 
'matrimonial society' intended to improve the 'domestic 
life of married persons.' Erected a mausoleum to the memory 
of the poet Gray. Died, unmarried, June 21, 1834. (Eton 
Coll. Reg.; D.N.B.; W. R. WiUiams, MSS.) 

PENN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 21, 1865. S. of 
John, F.R.S., of The Cedars, Lee, Kent. B. [Mar. 30], 1848, 
at Lewisham, Kent. School, Harrow. Matric. Lent, 1867. 
Head of the firm of John Penn and Sons, marine engineers, 
of Greenwich and Deptford. A Director of the Great Eastern 
Railway, etc. M.P. for Lewisham, 1891-1900 and 1900-3. 
Captain of the R. Blackheath golf club and one of the best- 
known Parhamentary golfers, having a fine private course 
at Archerfield, N. Berwick. Of Carlton House Terrace, 
London, S.W. Died Nov. 21, 1903. (Who was Who; The 
Times, Nov. 23, 1903.) 

PENN, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, Oct. 13, 
1752. [2nd] s. of Richard, Esq., of Middlesex [and grandson 
of WiUiam Penn (for whom see O.AT.B.)]. B. [1736], in London. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1752. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, Oct. 8, 1752. Lieut. -Governor of Pennsylvania, 
1771-3. Returned to England, 1775. M.P. for Appleby, 
1784-90; for Haslemere, 1790-1 and 1802-6; for Lancaster, 
1796-1802. Of Cavendish Square, London. Married, about 
1775, Mary, dau. of William Masters, of Philadelphia,, Pa. 
Died May 27, 1811. Father of the next. (Eton Coll. Reg.; 
St John's Coll. Adm., iii. 617; Inns of Court; Return ofM.Ps.; 
D.N.B.; G. Mag., 1811, I. 675; W. R. Williams, MSS.) 

PENN, WILLIAM. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St John's, Apr. 6, 
1795. [Eldest] s. of Richard Esq. (above), late Governor of 
Pennsylvania. B. June, 1776, in London. Matric. Michs. 
1795. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 25, 1796. Capt., Surrey 
Militia. 'He was a kind, good-hearted man, and according 
to a common remark might truly be said to have been an 
enemy to no one but himself. More than this, he was a man 
of transcendant abilities, an excellent Classical scholar, and 
possessed of a wonderful memory, which he displayed by an 
extraordinary power of quotation in conversation. Among 
his favourite studies was genealogy, and on this and other 
topics, including occasional poetical contributions, he was 
formerly a correspondent of Mr Urban, generally under the 
signature of the Rajah of Vaneplysia (an anagram of Penn- 
sylvania).' In 1794, when only 17, he pubUshed Vindiciae 
Britannicae, containing strictures on a pamphlet by G. Wake- 
field, entitled The Spirit of Christianity compared with the 
Spirit of the Times. Contributed to the Gentleman' s Magazine, 
and the Anti- Jacobin. Spent much time in the Debtors' 
prison. George IV, when Prince of Wales, said, 'He was a 
Pen often cut (i.e. drunk) but never mended.' Died Sept. 17, 
1845, in Nelson Square, Southwark; buried in St Mary 
Redcliffe, Bristol. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 421; Inns of 
Court; D.N.B.) 

PENNANT, DAVID FALCONER (or FALCONNER). Adm. pens, 
at Trinity, May 12, 1885. [Only] s. of Philip (1853, sub 
Pearson), of Nantlys, St Asaph, Flints, (and Mary Frances 
Bankes). B. [Apr. 16], 1867, in London. School, Charter- 
house. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, Apr. 18, 1887. Called to the Bar, June 18, 1890. 



Pennell, Arthur Francis 

On the North Wales and Chester Circuits. Knight of Grace, 
Order of St John. Of Nantlys, St Asaph, Flints. J.P. and 
D.L. for Flints. ; High Sheriff, 1920-1. Married, Apr. 2, 1902, 
Lilla Agnes, dau. of John Thornton Rogers, of River Hill, 
Sevenoaks, Kent, and had issue. Died June 26, 1938, at 
Nantlys; buried at Bodfari. (Charterhouse Reg.; Scott, MSB.; 
Law Lists; Inns of Court; Burke, L.G.; Walford, County 
Families; Who's Who in Wales; Ihe Times, June 29, 1938.) 

PENNANT, JOHN LEWIS. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) at Trinity, 
Jan. 18, 1754. [Eldest] s. of John, of Savile Row, London. 
School, [Newcome's academy]. Hackney, London. Matric. 
Easter, 1754. Brother of Richard (1754). (E. Alfred Jones, 
The Library, Dec. 1933.) 

PENNANT, PHILIP (1853), see PEARSON, P. P. 

PENNANT, RICHARD. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 17) at Trinity, 
Jan. 18, 1754. [2nd s. of John, merchant, of Liverpool, and 
subsequently of Penrhyn, Carnarvonshire (and Bonella, dau. 
of Joseph Hodges, of Jamaica).] School, Newcome's academy, 
Hackney, London. Matric. Easter, 1754. Married, 1765, 
Susannah Anne, only child and heiress of Hugh WarlDurton, 
of Wilmington, Cheshire. M.P. for Petersfield, 1761-7; for 
Liverpool, 1767-80 and 1784-90. Sheriff of Carnarvonshire, 
1782. Created [an Irish] Baron Penrh>ii of Penrhyn, Co. 
Louth, Nov. 19, 1783. Greatly improved his Carnarvonshire 
estate, developing also the slate quarries there. Died s.p., 
Jan. 21, 1808, at his seat in Cheshire, when the barony 
became extinct, and the estates devolved upon Edward 
Dawkins. 'The memory of his Lordship will long exist in the 
agriculture of N. Wales, in the extensive traffick which has 
given employment and food to thousands, and in the opening 
of roads to and through the almost inaccessible mountains.' 
Brother of John L. (1754). (Return of M.Ps.; G. Mag., 1808, 
I. 94, 170 and 267; D.N.B.; G.E.C.) 

PENNECK, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Trinity, Dec. 31, 
1822. S. of Henry [M.D.] (and Sarah, dau. of Thomas Pid- 
well). B. [Aug. 7, 1800], at Penzance, Cornwall. Schools, 
Bodmin [and Penzance Grammar; also studied medicine in 
Edinburgh]. Matric. Lent, 1823. Migrated to Peterhouse, 
Oct. 21, 1823; B.A. 1827; M.A. 1830. Adm. ad eundem at 
Oxford, 1847. Ord. deacon (Bath and Wells) 1826; priest, 
1828; C. of Morvah, Cornwall, 1828-42. His eyesight failing 
he retired to Penzance, where the remainder of his life was 
spent. A keen antiquary. Had a herbarium. Author of 
articles in the G. Mag. and Notes and Queries. Contributed 
to J. E. Smith's Botany. Died, unmarried, Apr. 24, 1862, at 
Penzance; buried in St Mary's churchyard. M.I. (Al.Oxon.; 
Boase, Biblio. Cornub., 452; T. A. Walker, 418, MS. note; 
Cornwall Reg., 44; Clergy List; G. Mag., 1862, 11. 106-7.) 

PENNECK, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, May 16, 
1766. S. of John (1746), of Gulval, Cornwall. School, Exeter. 
Matric. Michs. 1766; Scholar, 1767; B.A. (Hon. ^th Wrangler) 
1770. Migrated to Peterhouse, 1774; M.A. 1775. Fellow of 
Peterhouse, 1774. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1772; priest (London) 
1772. V.of Gulval, Cornwall, 1772-89. Died there, unmarried, 
Mar. II, 1789. M.I. in Gulval Church. (7". A. Walker, 339; 
Boase, Collect. Cornub., 705.) 

PENNEFATHER, FREDERICK WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Feb. 24, 1870. [4th and yst.] s. of Edward, Q.C. 
(BaUiol College, Oxford, 1827), of 6, Fitzwilliam Place, 
Dubhn [and Harriet, 3rd dau. of Richard Hall, of Copped 
Hall, Totteridge, Herts.]. B. [Apr. 29], 1852, in DubUn. 
School, St Columba's College, Dublin. Matric. Michs. 1870; 
B.A. 1874; LL.M. 1877; LL.D. 1891. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
Dec. 17, 1874. Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 1877. On the 
South-Eastem Circuit. CaOed to the Bar, King's Inns, 
Dublin, 1878. Puisne Judge of the Supreme Court of New 
Zealand. Succeeded his brother, Charles Edward, at Rath- 
sallagh, Co. Wicklow, 1904. Died Feb. 6, 1921, in Dublin 
(Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; Burke, 
L.G. of Ireland; Walford, County Families; The Times, 
Feb. 9, 1921.) 

PENNEFATHER, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, 
Oct. II, 1854. [Eldest] s. of Richard (BaUiol CoUege, Oxford, 
1824) [Under-Secretary for Ireland], of Knockeevan, Co. 
Tipperary (and Emily Arabel Georgiana Butler, dau. of 
Richard, ist Earl of Glengall). B. at Florence, Italy. School, 
Eton. Matric. Lent, 1857. In the Diplomatic service. Died 
Mar. 5, 1863. (Burke, L.G. of Ireland; Eton Sch. Reg.) 

PENNELL, ARTHUR FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 28) at Jesus, 
Feb. 1871. S. of Sir Charles Henry [of the Admiralty] (and 
Harriet Francis). B. [Nov. 1852], at Park ViUage. School, 
private. Matric. Michs. 1871. Entered the Admiralty. 
Transferred to the Home Office; Registrar of criminals. 
Home Office. Married, 1875, Louisa Erica, 2nd dau. of 
H. H. Hungerford, of Maydwell HaU, Northants. Of 105, 
Onslow Square, London, S.W. Died Aug. 25, 1926. Father of 
Vane H. (1894). (Who was Who.) 



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PENNELL, The Rev. GEORGE BARROW. M.A. 1871, incorp. 
from Trinity College, Dublin. [Eldest s. of Richard Croker, 
of the Colonial service. B. 1837, in St Helena. School, 
Tonbridge.] Adm. (age 18) at Trinity College, DubUn, July 
1856; B.A. (Dublin) i860; M..-\. (Dublin) 1865. Ord. deacon 
(Peterb.) 1861; priest, 1862; C. of Castle Donnington, Leics., 
1861-3. V. of St Paul's, St Helena, 1863-71. C. of St Jude's, 
S. Kensington, 1871-6. C. of Christ Church, Worthing, 
1876-8. C. of Southwick, Sussex, 1878-81. V. of Chi^le- 
hampton with Stadhampton, Oxon., 1881-1912. Died 
May 26, 1912, at Headington, Oxford, aged 74. {Tonbridge 
Sch. Reg.; Al. Dubl.; Scott, MSS.; Crockford; The limes, 
May 29, 1912; P. E. Towell.) 

PENNELL, JOHN CROKER. Adm. pens, at Queens', May 5, 
1843. Matric. Michs. 1843. [S. of William, of East Molesey, 
Surrey. B. May 7, 1825. School, Charterhouse.] Entered 
the Foreign Office as a clerk, 1844; attached to the Legation 
at Washington, 1849-51. Senior clerk, 1863. Died June 3, 
1865, at Kensington Palace. (Alumni Carthus.; F. P. White.) 

PENNELL, VANE HUNGERFORD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. I, 1894. [Only] s. of Arthur Francis (1871), of 9, Mont- 
pelier Square, London. B. [Aug. 16], 1876, in London. 
Schools [Eton and] Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1894. 
A famous tennis and rackets player; won the Simateur tennis 
championship, 1904, and the gold prize at Lords, 1907. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.A.S.C, in France 
and Salonika). Of Cavendish Road, Bournemouth, where he 
died June 17, 1938; buried at Parkstone. (Cliarterhouse Reg.; 
Eton Sch. Lists; The Times, June 20 and 25, 1938.) 

PENNETHORNE, DEANE PARKER. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity Hall, Mar. 25, 1854. [Eldest] s. of — [James], Esq. 
(later knighted), architect, of 7, Whitehall Yard, London. 
[B. Oct. 5, 1835. School, Highgate.] Matric. Michs. 1854; 
Scholar, 1855; B.A. 1858; Chancellor's medal, i860; M.A. 
1862. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 18, 1858. Called to the 
Bar, Jan. 26, 1861. Inspector of Schools for Northumberland, 
1872. Latterly of Lindfield, Sussex, where he died June 8, 
1917. Brother of the next. (Highgate Sch. Roll; Law Lists; 
Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, June 11, 
1917.) 

PENNETHORNE, GREGORY WALTON. Adm. pens, (age i8) 
at Jesus, Jan. 17, 1855. S. of James, Esq. (later knighted), 
architect. B. [Mar. i, 1837], in Kensington. School, private. 
Matric. Michs. 1855; B.A. i860; M.A. 1863. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) i860; priest (Chichester) 1861; C. of Beeston, 
Notts., 1861. R. of St Andrew's, Chichester, 1861-70, and 
Vice-Principal of Chichester Theological College, 1863-70. 
V. of Ferring with R. of Kingston and E. Preston, 1870-86. 
V. of Heathfield, 1886-1915. Canon of Chichester, 1894- 
1915. Married, 1861, K. A., dau. of James Macgregor, 
formerly M.P. for Sandwich, and had issue. Died June 21, 
1915. Brother of the above. (Crockford; Who was Who.) 

PENNEY, HERBERT WILLIAM. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1883. 
S. of G. H., Esq., of Sydenham. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886. Of Sydenham. Adm. Solicitor, but 
did not practise. Died Mar. 9, 191 1. (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

PENNINGTON, ARCHIBALD LANGDON. Adm. at Clare, 
Oct. 9, 1891. School, Ashford Grammar. Matric. Michs. 
1891. Of Battle, Sussex, in 1939. (Clare Coll. List.) 

PENNINGTON, ARTHUR REGINALD. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, Oct. 13, 1885. S. of John, cotton-spinner, of Bolton, 
Lanes, (and Mary Jane Booth). B. July 19, 1864, at Emmott 
Hall, Colne. School, Giggleswick (Mr Styles). Matric. Michs. 
1885; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1923. Called to the Bar, Inner 
Temple, Nov. 17, 1893. K.C., Southern Nigeria, 191 1. 
Attorney-General, Lagos. Puisne Judge of the Supreme 
Court of Nigeria, 1914. Of Broughton-in-Fumess, Lanes., 
in 1946. (Giggleswick Sch. Reg.; Law Lists.) 

PENNINGTON, ARTHUR ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
July 1, 1834, [B. at Clapham, Surrey, Feb. 21, 1814.] Matric. 
Michs. 1834; B.A. 1838; M.A. 1841. Ord. deacon (Win- 
chester) 1838; priest, 1839; C. of St Maurice, Winchester, 
1838-40. C. of St Peter's, Colchester, 1840-4. C. of St James, 
Walthamstow, 1844-8. C. of St Dunstan-in-the-West, 
London, 1848-51. C. of Newport, Isle of Wight, 1851-4. 
R. of Utterby, Lines., 1854-99. Preb. of Lincoln, 1882-99. 
Author, Carisbrooke Castle: a Poem; God in the History of the 
Reformation; The Life and Character of Erasmus; Epochs of 
the Papacy to the Death of Pius IX; etc. Died July 19, 1899, 
at Utterby rectory. (Scott, MSS. ; Boase, vi. 382 ; The Times, 
July 24, 1899; Line. Dio. Mag., xv. 144.) 

PENNINGTON, CHARLES GEORGE TRENCHARD SALE. 

Adm. at Clare, Oct. 7, 1893. School, City of London. 
Matric. Michs. 1893; exhibitioner; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1900. 
Ord. deacon (London) 1897; priest, 1898; C. of St Giles-in- 
the-Fields, London, 1897-8. C. of St John-the-Evang., 



Pennington, James Burn 

Bromley, Kent, 1899-1900. C. of St Lawrence, Isle of 
Thanet, 1900-2. C. of Down-St-Mary, 1902-3. V. of Holden- 
hurst, Hants., 1903-5. V. of St Peter's, Stockton-on-Tees, 
1905-16. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Chaplain, 
R.A.C.D.). V. of Kirkby-Stephen, Westmorland, 1917-26. 
V. of Ashbumham with R. of Penhurst, Sussex, 1926-1951-. 
(Crockford; Univ. War List.) 

PENNINGTON, CUTHBERT BERTRAM THOMAS PEN- 
NINGTON. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 9, 1899. Matric. Michs. 
1899; B.A. 1902; M.A. 1908. Ord. deacon (London) 1903; 
priest, 1906; C. of St Thomas's, Bethnal Green, 1903-5. 
C. of St Saviour's, Wood Green, 1905-9. C. of Chiddingstone, 
Kent, 1909-11. C. of Heene, Sussex, 1912-17. R. of Oving- 
dean, 1918-48. Of Worthing, Sussex, in 1952. (Crockford.) 

PENNINGTON, DRURY. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 2, 1893. [Eldest] 
s. of James Bum (1859), late of the Indian Civil Service, 
resident in Kensington. B. Oct. 30, 1874, at Trichinopoly, 
S. India. School, Bath CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 
1897; M.B. and B.Chir. 1905. Rowing 'blue,' 1896, 1897. 
At St George's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1902. Prac- 
tised in London and at Sandown, Isle of Wight. The first 
Medical Ofiicer gazetted to the R.A.F. on its foundation in 
1917. Founded 'Group Medicine' at 86, Brook Street, 
Mayfair, London, 1922-32. First Secretary to the Committee 
for the investigation of rheumatic disorders. Joint Hon. 
Secretary, Physiotherapeutic Section, R.S.M. Founder (1909) 
and Master (1918) of the Caius Masonic Lodge. Author, 
medical. Of 86, Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, in 1946. 
(Venn, 11. 533; Medical Directories.) 

PENNINGTON, GEORGE JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 15, 1814. Did not reside. [Only s. of Charles, M.D., of 
Nottingham. B. Jan. 23, 1795, at Bramcote, Notts. School, 
Eton.] Adm. at King's, July 6, 1814. Matric. Michs. 1814; 
Battle Scholar, 1816; Browne medal, 1816; Scholar, 1817; 
Porson prize, 1817; B.A. 1818; M.A. 1821. Fellow of 
King's, 1817-21. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Dec. 14, 1813. 
Auditor of the Civil List, 1835. Commissioner of Bankrupts. 
Judge on the Ionian Islands. Died 1850. (Eton Sch. Lists; 
Inns of Court; Sir W. Sterry.) 

PENNINGTON, GERVAISE RAINEY. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 18, 1854. Of Lincohishire. S. of Richard Baggally, 
surgeon (and Ellen). B. at Meerut, India. Bapt. Apr. 28, 
1836. Matric. Michs. 1854; B.A. 1858; M.A. 1862. Ord. 
deacon (Bath and Wells) 1859; priest, i860; C. of Widcombe, 
Somerset, 1859-64. V. of Stockingford, Warws., 1864-71. 
R. of Teffont-Ewyas, WOts., 1871-3. V. of Chilvers-Coton, 
Warws., 1873-82. Died Dec. 3, 1882, aged 46, in the pulpit 
of Chilvers-Coton church, after preaching. (Crockford; 2 he 
Guardian, Dec. 6, 1882.) 

PENNINGTON, ISAAC. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, 
Aug. 13, 1762. S. of Paul, Captain of a merchantman. B. 
[1745], at Longmore, in Fumess Fells, Lanes. School, 
Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 1763; Scholar; B.A. (13*^ Wrangler) 
1767; M.A. 1770; Med. Lie. 1773; M.D. 1777- FeUow, 
1768-1817; President, 1787-1802. Professor of Chemistry, 
1773-93; Regius Professor of Physic, 1793-1817. F.R.C.P., 
1779; Harveian Orator, 1783. Physician to Addenbrooke's 
Hospital, Cambridge, 1773-1817. Knighted, 1796. Gave to 
the University a choice anatomical collection formed by 
Thomas Lawrence (1711-1783) which formed the nucleus of 
the anatomical museum. Gunning gives an account of a 
dispute in which Pennington was attacked by Busick Har- 
wood. Professor of anatomy. The following epigram is 
attributed to Bishop Mansel: 

' For female ills when Pennington indites. 
Not minding what, but only how he writes. 
The ladies while the graceful form they scan. 
Cry with ill-omened rapture — Killing man ! ' 
Died, unmarried, Feb. 3, 1817, aged 71, at his house, 
69, Bridge Street, Cambridge. M.I. in St John's CoUege 
antechapel, and a portrait in the Combination Room. 
Benefactor to the College. (St John's Coll. Adm., iii. 683; 
D.N.B.; Gunning, Reminiscences, i. 56.) 

PENNINGTON, JAMES BURN. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 8, 1859. S. of James, solicitor, of Kendal, Westmoriand 
(and Mary). B. there, Nov. 26, 1839. [School, Sedbergh.] 
Matric. Michs. 1859; Scholar, 1859- Migrated to Peterhouse, 
Oct. 10, i860; LL.B. 1863. Appointed to the Indian Civil 
Service, 1861; Assistant Collector and Magistrate in Madras, 
1861 • Collector and Magistrate at Trichinopoly, Tinnevelly 
and Tanjore; in Madras, 1875-88; retired, 1888. Died 
July 31 1932 ; buried at Hazlemere Church, High W ycombe. 
Father of Drury (1893)- (Sedbergh Sch Reg.; Scott, A/SS; 
r A. Walker, 517; Eagle, xlvii, 188; I.C.S. Lists; I he 
Times, Aug. 2, 1932; Matrics. and Degrees, 1851-1900, 
erroneously gives his first College as Trinity.) 



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Adm. pens, at Queens*, Aug. 29, 1753. 
[Doubtless s. of the Rev. John (1716).] 
; B.A. 1758; M.A. 1761. Fellow, 1760. 
John's, Hackney, Middlesex, 1762. 

Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, Apr. 14, 
B. at Ashton, near Wigan, Lanes. 
B.A. 1792. 

JAMES HORATIO SEPTIMUS (1856), 



PENNINGTON, JOHN. 
Of Huntingdonshire. 
Matric. Michs. 1754 
Joint Lecturer at St 

PENNINGTON, JOHN. 
1788, as 'William.' 
Matric. Michs. 1788 

PENNINGTON, JOHN 
see SPARROW. 

PENNINGTON, PHILIP. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 5, 1843. 
S. of James. B. Aug. 9, 1824, at Clapham. School, King's 
College, London. Matric. Michs. 1843; Scholar, 1844; B.A. 
1847; M.A. 1S50. Ord. deacon, 1848; priest, 1849; C. of St 
John's, Longton, Stoke-upon-Trent, 1848-51. C.of Calboume 
with Newtown, Isle of Wight, 1851. C. of BrightweU, Berks., 
1852-3. C. of St Paul's, Cheltenham, 1854. Civil Chaplain 
at Mah6bourg, Maiuritius, 1855-63. Died June 30, 1863, at 
Clapham Common. (Peile, u. 482; Clergy List; Camb. Year- 
book, 1864.) 

PENNINGTON, ROBERT RAINY. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Jesus, June 29, 1817. Of Lincolnshire. S. of — , clerk, 
deceased [Thomas, R. of Bilsby, who had nineteen children 
by his .wife, Elizabeth, dau. of C. BaggaUy.] B. [Nov. 5, 
1797], atBUsby. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1817; Scholar, 
1818. Went with Lord Cochrane to the coast of Brazil, and 
was wounded. 'Died in the East.' (Eton Sch. Lists; Sir W. 
Sterry; Burke, L.G.) 

PENNINGTON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 14) at Trinity, 
June 28, 1775. [Elder] s. of Thomas [Exeter College, Oxford, 
1747; sometime R. of Kingsdown, Kent], of Deal (and 
Margaret, dau. of Nicholas Carter, D.D., R. of Woodchurch 
and Ham, Kent). Matric. Michs. 1777; Scholar, 1777; B.A. 
1780. Migrated to Clare; M.A. 1783. Fellow of Clare. R. 
(and patron) of Kingsdown, Kent, 1786-1853. R. of Thorley, 
Herts., 1798-1853. Chaplain to the Countess of Bath, and 
later to Lord Chief Justice EUenborough. 'Of Deal, Kent 
and of Bledlow, Bucks.' Author, Continental Excursions, 
and A Journey into Various Parts of Europe. Died Dec. 21, 
1853, in Pimlico, aged 91, at the residence of his grandson' 
William C. F. Sparrow. {G. Mag., 1864, i. 551; Cussans 
I. 107.) 

PENNINGTON, WILLIAM (1788), see JOHN. 

PENNY, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 12, 1864. 
S. of [the Rev.] Charles Joseph, of Marton, Warws. B. 
[Oct. 11], 1845, at Bubbenhall, Warws. School, Rugby 
Matric. Michs. 1864; B.A. 1868; M.A. 1871. Ord. deacon 
(Rochester) 1868; priest, 1869; C. of Hemel Hempstead 
Herts., 1868-73. V. of Swindon, Staffs., 1873-4. Missioner 
of Norfolk Island, Melanesia, 1875-88. C. of Stoke-on- 
Trent, 1888-90. V. of Tunstall, 1890-4. Rural Dean of 
Hanley, 1894-5. R. of St Peter's, Wolverhampton, 1895- 
1919. Preb. of Lichfield, 1903-35. Canon Residentiary at 
Lichfield, 1919-35. Author, Ten Years in Melanesia; The 
Headhtmters of Christabel. Died Nov. 10, 1935, in the Close 
Lichfield. (Crockford; Who was Who; The Times, Nov r^' 
1935.) ■ 

PENNY, ALFRED GERVASE. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse 
Oct. I, 1887. S. of Alfred, Esq., of the Public Works Dept' 
Bengal. B. Sept. r8, 1868. School, CUfton College. Matric' 
Michs. 1887; Scholar, 1887; B.A. 1890; M.A. 1894- MB 
1896; B.Chir. 1897; D.P.H. 1898. At St Bartholomew's 
Hospital. Practised for many years in Queensland, AustraUa 
and latterly in Sydney N.S.W. Died before Oct. 1946* 
(Medical Directories.) 

PENNY, ALFRED OLIVER VINCENT. Adm. at Trinity Hall 
1879. S. of Robert, deceased. [School, Christ's Hospital.]' 
Matnc. Michs. 1879; Scholar; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1886. 
Assistant Master at Brentwood Grammar School, 1885-92- 
at Mannamead School, Plymouth, 1892-4; at Kelly College' 
1895-1935. Died Dec. 20, 1935, at Tavistock; buried there! 
{Christ's Hospital Exhibitioners; Schoolmasters' Directories- 
Army Lists; The Times, Dec. 21, 1935.) ' 

PENNY, EDWARD GORTON. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 30 
1843. S. of Charles, of Colyton, Devon. B. Sept. i, 1824' 
in London. School, King's College, London. Matric. 'Michs' 
1843; Scholar, 1844; B.A. 1847; M.A. 1851. Ord. deacon 
(Gloucester) Dec. 19, 1847; priest (Lincohi) June 3 1848- 
C. of Alveston, Gloucs., 1847; C. of Thombury, 1848-50! 
Second Master of the Grammar School and C. of Grantham 
Lines., 1851-5. P.C. of Rangeworthy, Gloucs., 1855-72' 
Inc. of St Michael's, Christchurch, New Zealand, 1873-80 
R. of St Mary-de-Lode with Holy Trinity, Gloucester 
1880-91. Died Nov. 30, 1891. (Peile, 11. 485; Clergy List.) ' 



Penny, Samuel Stansfield 

PENNY, EDWIN BRISTOW. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. ir, 
i860. S. of William Simon, of Sherborne, Dorset. B. there, 
Oct. 11, 1840. School, Sherborne. Matric. Michs. i860; B.A. 
1864; M.A. 1867. Assistant Master at Christ's Hospital, 
London, 1867-1902. Ord. deacon (London) 1868; priest, 
1869; C. of Holy Trinity, Westminster, 1868-70. C. of 
St Gabriel's, Pimhco, 1870-2. C. of St Matthew's, Upper 
Clapton, 1874-6. C. of St Mary's, Stoke Newington, 1877-81. 
C. of St Mary's, Aldermanbury, 1902-12. Resided latterly 
at Bournemouth, where he died Oct. 22, 1929. (Scott, MSS.; 
Schoolmasters' Directories; The Times, Oct. 25, 1929.) 

PENNY, FRANCIS [or FRANK]. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 2, 
1868. 3rd s. of Alfred, civil-engineer. B. Mar. 7, 1848, in 
London. School, Islington (Mr Bush). Matric. Michs. 1868; 
Scholar; B.A. 1872; LL.M. 1875. Ord. deacon (Gloucester 
and Bristol) 1874; priest, 1876; C. of Christ Church, Chel- 
tenham, 1874-6. C. of Cirencester, 1876-7. Chaplain (Indian 
Eccles. Est.); Madras Cathedral, 1877-9; Trichinopoly, 
1879-80 and 1881-8; Wellington, 1888-90; Bangalore, 
1892-6; Fort St George, Madras, 1896-1901. V. of West 
Twyford, Middlesex, 1917-28. Married Fanny Emily Farr 
(Mrs Frank Penny), author of books on India, and novels. 
Author, The Church in Madras. Resided latterly at EaUng, 
where he died May 13, 1928; buried at Gillingham, Norfolk. 
(Scott, MSS.; The Times, May 17 and 18, 1928.) 

PENNY, GEORGE TOWN. Adm. pens, at Queens', Feb. 9, 
1865. [School, Shrewsbury.] Matric. Lent, 1865; B.A. 1868; 
M.A. 1884. At Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, St 
Bartholomew's Hospital and in Brussels. M.R.C.S., 1872; 
L.S.A., 1873. M.D., Brussels, 1883. House Surgeon, Surrey 
Dispensary. Practised in Ishngton and at Upper ToUington 
Park, London, N. Of Muswell Hill, 1900-8 ; of Ulverston in 
1909. Died before 1920. (Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Medical 
Directories.) 

PENNY, GEORGE WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. 9, 1884. S. of the Rev. Charles (Worcester 
College, Oxford, 1835), deceased, R. of W. Coker, Somerset. 
B. there [1866]. [School, Sherborne.] Matric. Michs. 1884; 
B.A. 1887. Of Parkstone, Dorset, in 1931. Died Apr. 10, 
1949, at Bournemouth. (Sherborne Sch. Reg.; The Times, 
Apr. 13, 1949.) 

PENNY, JAMES. Adm. sizar at St John's, Apr. 4, 1838. S. of 
D[aniel], banker, of Sherborne, Dorset. B. Jan. 1820. 
School, Sherborne (R. Lyon, D.D.). Matric. Michs. 1838; 
Scholar; B.A. (soth Wrangler) 1842; M.A. 1845. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich, Litt. dim. from Bath and WeUs) Jan. 29, 1843; 
priest (Sahsbury) 1844; C. of Milboume-Port, Somerset, 
1843-8. Head Master of Milton-Abbas School, Blandford, 
Dorset, 1848-77, and R. of Steepleton-Iweme, 1851^77. R. 
of Tarrant-Rushton with Tarrant-Rawston, 1877-1915. 
Married (2) July 7, 1864, Mary, dau. of J. Banister Roe, of 
Blandford. Died Jan. 9, 1915. Father of James J. (1872). 
(Sherborne Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; Eagle, xxxvi. 271; 
Crockford; The Times, Jan. 12, 1915; G. Mag., 1864, 11. 238.) 

PENNY, JAMES ALPASS. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Oct. 20, 1874. S. of [the Rev.] Charles (Pembroke College, 
Oxford, 1827) [Head Master of Crewkeme Grammar School]. 

B. at Crewkeme, Somerset. Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 1878; 
M.A. 1882. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1879; priest, 1880; C.of 
E. Bridgford, Notts., 1879-88. V. of Stixwould, Lines., 
1888-95. V. of Wispington, 1895-1914. Became blind and 
resided at Woodhall Spa, where he died Oct. 8, 1944, aged 88. 
Author, The Monasteries. . .near the River WUham; Folklore 
round Horncastle; More Folklore round Horncastle. {Crockford; 
The Times, Oct. 11, 1944; P. B. G. BinnaU.) 

PENNY, JAMES JOHN. Matric. pens, from Queens', Oct. 1872. 
[S. of the Rev. James (1838) (and EUzabeth). B. at Bland- 
ford, Dorset. Bapt. Jan. 26, 1853.] Migrated to St John's, 
Jan. 28, 1873; B.A. 1876. Adm. Solicitor, Mar. 1881; prac- 
tised at Wigan smd Southport. (Law Lists; Matrics. and 
Degrees, 1851-1900, omits reference to his migration to 
St John's.) 

PENNY, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Apr. 21, 1810. S. of 
Robert, Esq., of Weymouth. [B. Dec. 18, 1792.] School, 
Exeter [Grammar]. Matric. Michs. 1811. Migrated to 
Emmanuel, Feb. 16, 1814; B.A. 1816; M.A. 1828. Ord. 
deacon (Chester) 1816; priest (Lincoln) 1819. Chaplain, R.N. 
(H.M.S. Doris). Consular Chaplain at Pemambuco for nine 
years. C. of Stanford, Leics. C. of Christ Church, Hants. 

C. of Grimsby. Chaplain to Millbank prison, 1837-58. R. of 
Cuxwold, Lines, 1858-82. Married Mary Aime Martin and 
had issue. Died July 4, 1882, aged 89. (Crockford; The 
Guardian, July 12, 1882; P. B. G. Binnall.) 

PENNY, SAMUEL STANSFIELD. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Mar. 5, 1842. [Only] s. of W[illiam], Esq., of Windsor Place, 
St Luke's, Middlesex (and Mary Ann). B. Apr. 29, 1823. 



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Matric. Michs. 1842; B.A. 1846; M.A. 1849. Ord. deacon, 
1851; priest, 1852; C.of St Werburgh's, Derby, 1851-4. C.of 
Rye, Sussex, 1855-8. C. of St Matthias-on-Weir, Bristol, 
1859. Died May 11, 1859, at Brighton. (Scott, MSS.; 
Clergy Lxst; G. Mag., 1859, i. 652.) 
PENNY, STEPHEN THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 10, 
1877. S. of the Rev. George H. (St Bees, 1847) [and Eliza- 
beth]. B. at Abbotsbury, Dorset. Bapt. Feb. 27, 1859. 
Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881. Ord. deacon (Kilmore, for 
Meath) 1881; priest (Meath) 1882; C. of Tullamore, King's 
County, 1881-2. C. of Stanford-on-Soar, Notts., 1883-8. 
C. of Cossington, Leics., 1888-90. C. of Trowell, Notts., 
1890-2. C. of Plumtree, 1892-4. V. of Westou, Herts., 
1894-7. C. of Wickham-Bishops, Essex, 1898-9. Acting 
C.F. at Colchester, 1899-1901. C. of St Erme, Cornwall, 
1904-5. C. of Bude, 1905-7. Lie. Pr., dio. of Truro, 1907-8. 
C. of Parracombe, Devon, 1908-9. Lie. Pr., dio. of Truro, 
1909-14; dio. of Oxford, 1920-6; dio. of Chichester, 1923-6; 
dio. of Winchester, 1925-6. Died Sept. 10, 1929. (Scott, 
MSS.; Crockford; 1 he Guardian, Sept. 20, 1929.) 

PENNY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 3, 1786. 
[S. of William.] B. at Bridgefield, Fumess Fell, Lanes. 
[Bapt. Aug. 15, 1767.] School, Hawkshead. Scholar, 1786; 
matric. Michs. 1788; B.A. 1790; M.A. 1793. Ord. deacon 
(Ely) Sept. 23, 1792; priest, Dec. 23, 1792; C. of Shudy 
Camps, Cambs., and C. of Over. Does not appear to have held 
any benefice. Described in 1803 as of Heckfield, Hants., and 
in 1813 as of Fairfield Hall in the West Riding of Yorkshire. 
Married (i) June 10, 1803, Mrs Harriett Pleasance Ford, only 
dau. of Solomon Fell, Esq., of West Drayton, Middlesex; 
(2) Nov. 5, 1813, Sophia,* dau. of the Rt. Rev. Samuel 
Goodenough, Bishop of Carlisle. Latterly of FoxhaU, Up- 
minster, Essex, where he died Feb. 14, 1846, aged 78. 
(St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 421; G. Mag., 1846, 1. 549.) 

PENNY, WILLIAM LOWRY. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, 
Jan. 13, 1866. S. of George, gent., of Cambridge. B. at 
Penny Bridge, Lanes. School, Cambridge. Matric. Lent, 
1866; B.A. 1869; M.B. 1874; M.D. i886. At Addenbrooke's 
Hospital, Cambridge, and the Middlesex Hospital. M.R.C.S., 
1873. Of Colton, near Ulverston, Lanes., in 1880; of Canon- 
bury, London, in 1890; and of Muswell Hill, in 1900. Died 
Mar. 20, 1909, in London. (Venn, 11. 372; Medical Directories; 
The Lancet, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

PENNYMAN, CHARLES. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Emmanuel, 
Dec. II, 1789. [3rd] s. of Sir James, Bart. (Christ Church, 
Oxford, 1756), of Ormesby-in-Cleveland, Yorks. Bapt. Oct. 
1770. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1789. Migrated 
to Christ's, Nov. 20, 1793. Ensign, 56th Foot, Oct. 29, 1795; 
Lieut., 1796. Died July 28, 1796, of yellow-fever, at Cape 
Nichola Mole, St Domingo, West Indies. (Record of Old 
Westminsters; G. Mag., 1796, 11. 880.) 

PENNYMAN, JAMES WORSLEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 25, 1875. [Eldest] s. of James Stovln, of Ormesby Hall, 
Middlesbrough, Yorks. (and Mary Mackenzie, 2nd dau. of 
William Joseph Coltman, of Nabum Hall, Yorks.). B. 
Aug. 10, 1856, at Harrogate. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 
1876; Scholar, 1879; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1883. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Oct. 28, 1879. CaUed to the Bar, June 21, 
1882. Of Ormesby HaU, Yorks. D.L. and J. P. for the 
N. Riding. Married, Oct. 6, 1882, Dora Maria, dau. of Henry 
Frederic Beaumont, of Whitley Beaumont, and had issue. 
Died Mar. 6, 1924. (Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men 
at the Bar; Burke, L.G.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; 
Waif ord. County Families.) 

PENRHYN, EDWARD (1813), see LEYCESTER. 

PENRHYN, Lord (1754), see PENNANT, RICHARD. 

PENRICE, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 7, 1809. 
Of Norfolk. [3rd s. of Thomas, Esq. [of Gt Yarmouth (and 
Harriet). B. Sept. 12, 1791]. Matric. Michs. 1809; B.A. 1813; 
M.A. 1816. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 18, 1814; priest, 
Dec. 10, 1815. R. of Hampnett, Gloucs., 1815-19. R. of 
Smallburgh, Norfolk, 1818-53. R- (and patron) of Little 
Plumstead and R. of Witton with Brundall, 1821-53. V. of 
Neatishead, 1848-53. Died Nov. 7, 1853, aged 62, at Little 
Plumstead. Uncle of the next. (Clergy List; G. Mag., 1854, 
I. 216; Burke, L.G.) 

PENRICE, CHARLES BERNERS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Jan. 1, 1846. [S. of John, Esq., of Gt. Yarmouth (and Maria 
C. Jarratt). B. Feb. 18, 1828.] Matric. Michs. 1846; B.A. 1850; 
M.A. 1853. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1851; priest, 1852; C. of 
Witton, Norfolk, 1851-4. R. of Bracon Ash, 1854-6. C. of 
Skeyton, 1856-8. Travelling Secretary to A.C.S., 1858-62. R. 
of Little Plumstead, Norfolk, 1863-1903. C.of St Augustine's, 
Bournemouth, 1907-13. Married, 1864, Catherine dau. of the 
Rev. Ernest Little. Died June 16, 1913, aged 85. Father of 
the next. (Scott, MSS.; Crockford; The Guardian, June 20, 
1913; J- B. Whitmore.) 



Penrose, James Edward 

PENRICE, CHARLES JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 23, 
1884. [Only] s. of [the Rev.] Charles Bemers (above), of Little 
Plumstead, Norfolk. B. there, Dec. 4, 1865. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887; M.A. 1891. Ord. deacon 
(Ely) 1889; priest, 1890; C. of St Neots, Hunts., 1889-90. 
C. of St Paul's, Bedford, 1890-1. C. of Eaton-Socon, Beds., 
1891-2. Acting Chaplain at Venice, 1892-3. C. of St Mary 
Magdalene, Paddington, 1893-6. Chaplain at Christ Church, 
Nice, 1896-7. Chaplain, Devon House of Mercy, 1897-1915. 
V. of Freeland, Oxon., 1915-19. Lie. Pr., dio. of Oxford, 
1919-20; dio. of Bury St Edmunds, 1922-3. V. of Stotfold, 
Beds., 1923-8. C. of Calboume and Newtown with Porch- 
field, Isle of Wight, 1928-30. Died Aug. 14, 1930, at 
Newtown, Isle of Wight. (Crockford; The Times, Aug. 18, 
1930.) 

PENRICE, GEORGE. Adm. Fell.-Com. at St John's, Mar. 24, 
1817. Of Norfolk. Matric. Easter, 1817; M.B. 1822. Had 
been an Assistant Surgeon on the Bengal establishment. 
Died Aug. 30, 1843, aged 67. (Hodson, Bengal Officers, iii. 
500.) 

PENRICE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Jan. 3, 1818. 
Of Warwickshire. [2nd] s. of George, deceased. School, 
Rugby (age 13 in 1813). Matric. Michs. 1818; B.A. 1823, 
M.A. 1826. Ord. priest (Dromore) 1823; C. of Magheralin, 
Co. Down, 1823-5. Died 1827, aged 28, at Elmbridge, Worcs. 
(Rugby Sch. Reg.; T. A. Walker, 401; H. B. Swanzy; G. Mag., 
1827, II. 473-) 

PENROSE, CHARLES [THOMAS]. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 30, 1834. [2nd s. of the Rev. John (Exeter College, 
Oxford, 1795), of Bracebridge, Lines, (and 'Mrs Markham' 
of the Histories). B. there, July 15, 1816. School, Rugby.] 
Matric. Michs. 1835; BeU Scholar, 1839; B.A. (2nd Classic) 
1839; M.A. 1842. Rowing 'blue,' 1839. Usher at Oakham 
School in 1844. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1842; priest, 1856. 
Head Master of Grosvenor College, Bath, 1844-6; Head 
Master of Sherborne School, 1846-55. P.C. of North 
Hykeham, Lines. 1857-68. Edited Select Private Orations of 
Demosthenes; author. Eight Village Sermons. Died May 5, 
1868, at North Hykeham. Brother of the next. (Oakham 
Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Rugby Sch. 
Reg.; Boose, 11. 1457; Boase, Collect. Cornub., 712; Boase, 
Biblio. Cornub., 11. 453; Ecclesiastical Gazette, May, 1868.) 

PENROSE, FRANCIS CRANMER. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Magdalene, June 7, 1838. [Yst.] s. of the Rev. John 
(Exeter College, Oxford, 1795), V. of Bracebridge, Lines, 
(and Elizabeth, ' Mrs Markham,' writer of books for children). 
B. Oct. 29, 1817, at Bracebridge. Schools [Bedford Grammar 
and] Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1838; B.A. 1842; Worts 
Travelling Bachelor; M.A. 1846; Hon. Litt.D. 1898. Hon. 
Fellow of Magdalene, 1884. Hon. D.C.L., Oxford, 1898. 
Rowing ' blue,' 1840, 1841, 1842. F.R.I.B.A., 1848; F.R.A.S., 
1867; F.S.A., 1898; F.R.S., 1894. Studied architecture imder 
Edward Blore, 1835-8, and abroad, 1842-5. Architect and 
antiquary to the Royal Academy, 1898. Surveyor of St Paul's 
Cathedral, 1852; a dispute with the Dean and Chapter 
allegedly caused him to become an astronomer. President, 
R.I.B.A., 1894-6. Architect of the entrance gate of Mag- 
dalene College and of the Chapel Court of St John's. His 
chief work was done in St Paul's, where he designed the 
choir-school, the choir seats and desks, the marble pulpit 
and stairs, the Wellington tomb in the Crypt and the 
memorial to Lord Napier of Magdala. .-Mso responsible for 
the removal of the Wellington monument to its new position, 
the re-arrangement of the steps at the West entrance, and 
the exposure of the remains of the ancient cathedral in the 
churchyard. Designed the British School at Athens, of which 
he was Director, 1886-7 and 1890-1. Married, 1856, Harriette, 
dau. of Francis Gibbes, surgeon, of Harewood, Yorks. 
Author, Principles of Athenian Architecture, and a work 
predicting eclipses, etc. Died Feb. 15, 1903, at Wimbledon. 
Portrait, by Sargent, at the R.I.B.A., and a copy in Mag- 
dalene College. Brother of Charles T. (1834). (Boase, Biblvo. 
Cornub., 456 and 1309; Boase, Colled. Cornub., 712; D.N.B.; 
WJto was Who.) 

PENROSE, JAMES EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 27, 

1869. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. John Dennis (Trinity College, 
Dublin, 1822), of Wood Hill, Cork (and Harriet, dau. of the 
Rev. John Hardy). B. [Feb. 15], 1850, near Cork. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1869. Land-agent for the Duke of 
Devonshire's Irish estates. M.V.O., IQ04. Of Wood Hill, 
Co. Cork. J. P. for Cos. Meath, Cork and Waterford. Married, 
Dec. 30, 1880, Ethel Charlotte, dau. of Sir John Joscelyn 
Coghill, 4th Bart., and had issue. Latterly of Alton Lodge, 
Hartley-Wintney, near Basingstoke. Died Sept. 27, 1936; 
buried at Hartley-Wintney. Brother of the next. (Harrow 
Sch. Reg. ; Burke, L.G. ; Walford, County Families ; Who was 
Who; The Times, Sept. 30, 1936.) 



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Penrose, John Trevenen 

PENROSE, JOHN TREVENEN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. lo, 
1872. [2nd] s. of the Rev. John Dennis (Trinity College, 
Dublin, 1822), of Wood Hill, Cork (and Harriet, dau. of the 
Rev. John Hardy). B. [Nov. 12], 1853, at Coachford, Co. 
Cork. School, Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1872; B.A. 1877; 
M.A. 1884. Athletics 'blue' (3 miles) 1876. Ord. deacon 
(Worcester) 1877; priest, 1878; C. of Coleshill, Warws., 
1877-9. C. of All Saints, Wakefield, 1875-80. R. of Gaws- 
worth, Cheshire, 1880-97. V. of Barnard Castle, Durham, 
1858-1906. Rural Dean of Darlington, 1905-6. R. of Pet- 
worth, Susse.x, 1906-19. Rural Dean of Petworth, 1911-19. 
Lived subsequently at Wimbledon. Married, Apr. 2, 1885, 
Anne Charlotte Lavinia, eldest dau. of Edmund McNeill, of 
Craigdun and Cushendun, Co. Antrim, and had issue. 
Drowned Oct. 2, 1926, at Ballycastle, Co. Antrim, in 
attempting a rescue from drowning. Brother of the above. 
{Haileybury Reg.; Burke, L.G.; Durham Contemporary 
Biographies; Crockford; The Times, Oct. 4, 1926.) 

PENROSE-FITZGERALD, ROBERT U. P. (1859), see FITZ- 
GERALD. 

PENRUDDOCK, FREDERICK FITZPATRICK. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, Oct. 6, 1879. S. of the Rev. Isaac (next), of West 
Chelborough, Dorset (and Elizabeth Mary). B. [Jan. 14, 
1862], at Mahnesbury, Wilts. Bapt. May 6, 1862. [School, 
Marlborough CoUege.] Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 1884; M.A. 
1887. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1889; priest (Bp. Mitchinson) 
1890; C. of Narborough, Leics., 1S89-92. C. of Corsham, 
Wilts., 1892-5. C. of Windsor, 1S95-1902. V. of Bumharp, 
Bucks., 1902-13. V. of Woodley, Berks., 1913-24. Lived 
subsequently at 7, Brock Street, Bath, where he died July 30, 
1941. {Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Crockford; The Times, Aug. i, 
1941.) 

PENRUDDOCK, ISAAC. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Dec. 14, 
1841. Of Swainscombe, E. Orchard, near Shaftesbury. 
Matric. Easter, 1842; B..^.. 1846. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) 
May 18, 1845; priest, Jime 7, 1846; C. of Westport, Wilts., 
1845. C. of Margaret's Marsh, Dorset, 1846-9. C. of East 
Thorpe, Essex, 1862-5. C. of Lyminster, Sussex, 1865-9. 
C. of Corscombe, Dorset, 1869-70. C. of Selworthy, Somerset, 
1871-3. R. of West Chelborough, Dorset, 1S73-8. Died 
May I, 1881, aged 72, at Weston-super-Mare. Father of the 
above. {T. A. Walker, 476; Hockaday MSS.; Glouc. Dioc. 
Records; The Guardian, May 4, 1881.) 

PENRUDDOCKE, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. r, 1S78. Only s. of Charles, Esq. (Christ Church, 
Oxford, 1847), J. P., D.L., of Compton Park, near Salisbury 
[and Flora Henrietta, dau. of Walter Long, M.P., of Rood 
Ashton, WUts]. B. [Sept. 26, 1858], at Compton Park. 
[School, Clifton College.] Matric. Michs. 1878. Of Compton- 
Chamberlayne, Wilts, and Bratton St Maurice, near Win- 
canton, Somerset. J. P. for WUts and Somerset. High Sheriff 
of WQts., 1913. Married, Apr. 30, 1890, Annie E. D. M. C. B., 
dau. of the Rev. William Speke, of Sheldon Court, Devon, 
and had issue. Died Oct. 2, 1929, at Compton-Chamberlayne. 
(Burke, L.G.; Walford, County Families; The Times, Oct. 5, 
1929.) 

PENRUDDOCKE, EDWARD WYNDHAM. Adm. at Clare, 
Oct. 8, 1883. [2nd s. of the Rev. John Hungerford (1846) 
(and Emma, dau. of John Powys). B. Nov. 19, 1863.] Matric. 
Mchs. 1883; B.A. 18S6; M.A. 1891. Of Wiltshire Lodge, 
Bransgore, Hants. F.G.S. Married, Aug. 8, 1900, Muriel 
Turner, dau. of A. H. Tvuner Newcomen, of Kirk Leatham 
Hall, Yorks., and had issue. Died July 12, 1931. Brother of 
the next. (Burke, L.G.; The Times, July 15, 1931.) 

PENRUDDOCKE, GEORGE HUNGERFORD. Adm. pens, at 
Selwyn H., Oct. I, 1891. [5th s. of the Rev. John Hunger- 
ford (next) (and Emma, dau. of John Powys). B. Nov. 20 
1869.] Matric. Michs. 1891. Died, unmarried, Oct. 4, 1894. 
Brother of the above. (Burke, L.G.) 

PENRUDDOCKE, JOHN HUNGERFORD. Adm. pens, at Clare, 
July 9, 1846. [2nd s. of Charles, barrister (and his cousin, 
Juliana Laetitia, dau. of Capt. Thomas Penruddocke, of the 
3rd Guards, of Winkton, Ringwood, Hants). B. Oct. 23, 
1829. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1847; Scholar; B.A. 
1851; M.A. 1854. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1853; priest, 
1854; C. of Lapworth, Warws., 1853-4. P.C. of Berwick 
Bassett, Wilts., 1854-8. C. of South Newton, 1858-60; V. 
there, 1860-93. R. of Baverstock, 1893-1901. Married, 
Jan. 14, 1858, Emma, dau. of John Powys, Esq., of West- 
wood, Staffs. Resided latterly at Boscombe, where he died 
Sept. 25, 1905. Father of Edward W. (1883) and George H. 
(above); brother of the next. {Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, L.G.; 
Crockford; Ecclesiastical Gazette, Feb. 9, 1858; Cambridge 
Chronicle, Oct. 6, 1905.) 



Pentycross, Thomas 

PENRUDDOCKE, THOMAS ARUNDEL. Adm. pens, at Clare, 
Mar. 1853. [4th s. of Charles, Esq., of Compton-Chamber- 
layne, Wilts, (and his cousin, Juhana Laetitia, dau. of Capt. 
Thomas Penruddocke). B. Feb. 13, 1832. School, Win- 
chester.] Matric. Michs. 1853; B.A. 1857. Ord. deacon 
(St Asaph) 1859; priest, i860; C. of Bettws with Dolforwyn, 
1859-61. C. of ColUngboume-Ducis, Wilts., 1862-3. C. of 
Tangley, Hants., 1863-7. C.-in-charge of Everleigh (with 
Easton Royal in 1869), Wilts., 1867-76. Died, unmarried, 
Feb. 21, 1876. Brother of the above. {Winchester Coll. Reg.; 
Burke, L.G.; Crockford.) 

PENRY, JAMES ROWLAND LLEWELLYN. Adm. pens, at 
Queens', Oct. 1900. S. of Henry. B. Oct. 16, 1873, at 
Milford Haven, Pembs. School, Haverfordwest Grammar, 
and at the University CoUege of Wales, Aberystwyth. Matric. 
Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1907. Assistant Master at 
Darlington Grammar School; at Bedford Modem School; 
at Abbey School, Beckenham. Second Master of Reigate 
Gr ammar School, 1903. Head Master of Hele's School, 
Exeter, 1906-13; of King Edward VII's School, Lytham, 
1913-37- Died Sept. 16, 1937. {Schoolmasters' Directories; 
The Times, Sept. 17, 1937.) 

PENRY, JOHN MORGAN (1852), see JONES, J. M. 

PENSHURST, Baron (1840), see SMYTHE, G. A. F. P. S. 

PENTECOST, HAROLD. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 24, 1892. 
S. of Thomas. B. Oct. 8, 1873, in Nottingham. School, 
Nottingham High, and at University College, Nottingham. 
Matric. Michs. 1892; Scholar, 1892; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., 
Pt I, 1st Class) 1895; M.A. 1900. Ord. deacon (Bristol) 1899; 
priest, 1901. Assistant Master at Clifton College, 1896-1901. 
Assistant Chaplain, 1899-1901. C. of St Agnes, Bristol, 
1901-4. Assistant Master and Chaplain at Giggleswick 
School, 1904-9. Died Nov. 21, 1909. {Peile, ii. 776; Crock- 
ford.) 

PENTON, HENRY. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Clare, Nov. 13, 1753- 
[Eldest s. of Henry, M.P. (New College, Oxford, 1721-2).] 
B. [Dec. II, 1736], at Winchester. [School, Winchester.] 
Matric. Michs. 1753. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 27, 1762. 
Of Winchester. M.P. for Winchester, 1761-96. Recorder of 
Winchester, 1778 and 1785. A Lord of the Admiralty, i774- 
H.M. Letter-carrier, 1761-1812. Married, Feb. 4, 1765, 
Miss Knowles, of Canterbury. Died Jan. 15, 1812, in Wimpole 
Street, London. Brother of John (1762). {Inns of Court; 
Return of M.Ps.; G. Mag., 1812, i. 93; W. R. Williams, 
MSS.) 

PENTON, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 21) at St John's, Dec. 7. 
1838; re-adm. Fell.-Com. May 4, 1840. Of Monmouthshire. 
[Eldest s. of Henry, R.N. (and Mary, dau. of Charles Prichard, 
of Monmouthshire). B. Aug. 28, 1817.] 'Owned a valuable 
estate in North London, known as Pentonville.' J. P. and 
D.L. for Middlesex; J. P. for Sussex. Col., 3rd Royal Mid- 
dlesex Militia. Married, Oct. 21, 1839, EUza Maria, dau. of 
Major Henry Langley, 2nd Life Guards, of Brittas Castle, 
Co. Tipperary, and had issue. (Fox-Davies, Armorial 
Families; Burke, L.G.; F. P. White.) 

PENTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Apr. 26, 
1762. S. of Henry (New College, Oxford, 1721-2), M.P., 
Letter-carrier to the King, of Winchester. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1762; B.A. 1767; M.A. i77i- Ord. deacon 
(London) Feb. 28, 1768; priest, Sept. 25, 1768. Brother of 
Henry (i753)- {Eton Coll. Reg.) 

PENTREATH, CHARLES HENRY REGINALD. Adm. pens, at 
Queens', Oct. 1889. S. of Richard. B. Oct. i, 1872, at 
Exmouth, Devon. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892; M.B. and 
B.Chir. 1896. At St Mary's Hospital. Clinical Assistant at 
St Mary's Hospital, the Royal London Ophthalmic Hospital 
and the Metropolitan nose, ear and throat Hospital. Of 
Weymouth in 1900. Medical Superintendent, Government 
sanatorium, Cambridge, New Zealand; Medical Officer of 
Auckland Hospital. Of Blenheim, New Zealand, m 1910. 
Senior Resident Surgeon, Christchurch Hospital, New 
Zealand. Returned to England; of Maidenhead in 1920; 
Surgeon, Maidenhead Cottage Hospital. Medical Adviser, 
Ministry of Pensions. Of Musini estate, Kaimosi, Kenya, in 
195 1. (Medical Directories.) 

PENTYCROSS, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Pembroke, 
Dec. 29 1766. S. of John, citizen of London. B. there. 
Bapt. Jan. 8, 1748. School, Christ's Hospital (exhibitioner). 
Matric. Michs. 1767; B.A. 1771; M.A. i774- C. of Horley, 
Surrev, 1771. R. of St Mary's, V/allingford, Berks., until 
1808.' Died there, Feb. 11, 1808, aged 59. {Chrtst's Hospital 
Exhibitioners; G. Mag., 1808, i. 271.) 



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Penwarne, The Rev. Thomas 

PENWARNE, The Rev. THOMAS. B.A. 1781, incorp. from 
Oxford; M.A. 1781, from Pembroke. S. of the Rev. William 
(1730), of St Veep, Cornwall. Matric. from Pembroke College, 
Oxford, July 4, 1764, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1768. P.C. of 
St Germans, Cornwall, 1772-1822. Died there suddenly, 
June 15, 1822, aged 76; monument in the church. (Boase; 
Collect. Cornub., 719; Al. Oxon.; Boase, Biblio. Cornub. , ^6o; 
G. Mag., 1822, II. 92.) 

PENZANCE, Lord (1834), see WILDE, JAMES PLAISTED. 

PENZER, HENRY ARTHUR. Matric. Non-Coil., Michs. 1893. 
Adm. at St Catharine's, Jan. 14, 1896; B.A. 1899; M.A. 
1903. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1899; priest, 1900; C. of Shipley 
Yorks., 1899-1901. C. of St Paul's, Margate, 1901-3. C. of 
Thomey Abbey, Cambs., 1903-14. R. of Molesworth, Hunts., 
1914-29. Died Mar. 7, 1929, aged 62. {Crockford.) 

PEPLOE, DANIEL (1846), see WEBB. 

PEPLOE, DANIEL HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 1, 
1880. S. of Daniel (1846, sub Webb) [M.P., Major, 4th 
Dragoon Guards] (who had changed his name from Webb), 
of Gamstone, Heref. (and Eliza Debotmaire Theophila, dau. 
of Sir Thomas Theophilus Metcalfe, 4th Bart., of Fern Hill). 

B. Apr. 24, 1861, near Kington, Heref. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1880. Of Gamstone Castle, Heref., which he sold in 
1899. J. P. and D.L. for Heref. Married, Dec. 11, 1890, 
Sydney Katharine, dau. of Spencer Chapman, of 84, Eccleston 
Square, London, and had issue. Died Aug. 10, 1937, at 
Fawke House, Sevenoaks. (Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, L.G.; 
Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The Times, Aug. 12, 1937.) 

PEPPER, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 12, 1864. 
S. of Lieut.-Col. Charles H[ampden] (and Matilda Mary, dau . 
of Arthur French St George, Esq.). B. [Nov. i], 1845, at 
Ballygarth, Co. Meath. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs 
1865; B.A. 1869; M.A. 1876. Capt., Royal Meath MiUtia, 
1879. Succeeded his brother Thomas St George, at Bally- 
garth Castle, Julianstown, Drogheda, i88i. J.P. and D.L. for 
Co. Meath; High Sheriff, 1887. Col. Commanding Royal 
Meath Regt., 1896-1904. Hon. Col., 5th Batt., the Leinster 
Regt. M.B.E., 1920. Died Dec. 6, 1927. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; 
Army Lists; Burke, L.G. of Ireland; Walford, County 
Families; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families.) 

PEPPER, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Jesus, July 30, 1787. Of 
Nottinghamshire. Matric. Michs. 1789; Scholar, 1790; B.A. 
1792. V. of Alfreton, Derbs., 1817-51. Died Dec. 9, 1851, 
aged 81. (Clergy List; G. Mag., 1851, i. 212.) 

PEPPERCORN, ALFRED THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age rg) at 
Jesus, Oct. i, 1870. S. of William, Esq. B. [May, 1852], at 
Eaton Socon, Beds. School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 
1870. Ord. deacon (Gloucester and Bristol) 1877; priest, 1878; 

C. of Crudwell, Wilts., 1877-9. C. of Ashmansworth, Hants.! 
1879-80. C. of East Woodhay, 1880-3. R- of Stoke-Prior 
with Docklow, Heref., 1883-1908. Died Feb. 14, 1908 
aged 56. (Uppingham Sch. Roll; Crockford.) 

PEPPERELL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Jan. 31, 1775. Of Northamptonshire. [Doubtless s. of the 
Rev. Henry (1744)-] Matric. Lent, 1776. 

PEPYS, CHARLES CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, (age 16) at 
Trinity, July i, 1797. [2nd] s. of Sir William Weller (Christ 
Church Oxford, 1758) [ist Bart.], of London [and Elizabeth, 
eldest dau. of the Rt. Hon.William Dowdeswell, Chancellor 
of the Exchequer]. [B. Apr. 29, 1781. Descended from John 
Pepys of Cottenham, Cambs., a great-uncle of Samuel Pepys, 
the diarist.] School, Harrow. Scholar, 1799; matric. Michs'. 
1800; LL.B. 1803. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 21, 1801. 
Called to the Bar, Nov. 23, 1804. Bencher; K.C., 1826- 
Treasurer. M.P. for Higham Ferrers, 1831; for Malton' 
1831-6. Solicitor-General to the Queen Consort, 1830-2' 
Solicitor-General, 1834. Master of the Rolls, 1834-6. P.c] 
1834. First Lord Commissioner of the Great Seal, 1835-50.' 
Lord Chancellor, 1836-41 and 1846-50. A Commissioner to 
consider the state of the Bishoprics, 1847. 'A sound lawyer 
and an excellent Judge, but had few quaUties as an advocate, 
and failed completely as a poUtician.' Knighted, 1834; 
created Baron Cottenham, Jan. 20, 1836; and Viscount 
Crowhurst of Crowhurst, Surrey, and Earl of Cottenham 
June II, 1850. Succeeded his brother. Sir William Weller, 
as 3rd Bart., Oct. 5, 1845, and his cousin, the Rev. Sir Henry 
(Pepys) Leslie (1800), as 4th Bart, of an earHer creation 
Dec. 9, 1849. Married, June 30, 1821, CaroUne Eliza, dau. of 
William Wingfield Baker. Died Apr. 29, 1851, in Italy 
Brother of William W. (1795) and Henry (1800); father of 
the next two, of Henry L. (1849) and WilUam J. (1844). 
(Harrow Sch. Reg.; Inns of Court; Burke, P. and B.; G.E C ■ 
Return ofM.Ps.; D.N.B.; W. R. Williams, MSS.) 



Pepys, William 

PEPYS, The Hon. CHARLES EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 10, 1843. [Eldest] s. of Charles Christopher (above). 
B. Apr. 30, 1824. [School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1843; M.A. 
1846. Clerk of the Crown in Chancery, 1848-51. Succeeded 
his father as Viscount Crowhurst and 2nd Baron Cottenham, 
Apr. 29, 1851. Died, unmarried, Feb. 18, 1863, and was 
succeeded by his brother, William John. Brother of the next, 
of Henry L. (1849) and William J. (1844). (Eton Sch. Lists; 
Burke, P. and B.; G.E.C.; D.N.B.) 

PEPYS, The Hon. GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
June 21, 1851. [4th] s. of Charles Christopher (1797), 
ist Baron Cottenham. B. [July 21, 1832] at Wimbledon, 
Surrey. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1851; M.A. 1854. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 6, 1854. Called to the Bar 
June 6, 1857. Lieut., Inns of Court R.V. Married, July 21, 
1864, Anna Eliza, 2nd dau. of John Forster, Esq., of Mal- 
verleys, East Woodhay, Hants., and had issue. Died Sept. 6, 
1890. Brother of the above, of Henry L. (1849) and William 
J. (1844). (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Burke, P. and B.; Law Lists; 
Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

PEPYS, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, June 17, 
1800. [3rd] s. of [Sir] WiUiam Weller (Christ Church, Oxford, 
1758) [ist Bart.], of London (and Elizabeth, eldest dau. of 
the Rt. Hon. WiUiam Dowdeswell, Chancellor of the 
Exchequer). [B. Apr. 18, 1783.] School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1800; Scholar, 1801 ; B.A. 1804. Migrated to St John's; 
M.A. 1807; B.D. 1814; D.D. (per Lit. Reg.) 1840. FeUow of 
St John's, 1806-23. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 13, 1807; priest 
(Ely) Apr. 10, 1808; C. of Swafiham Prior, Cambs., 1808. 
R. of Aspenden, Herts., 1818-27. R. of Moreton, Essex, 
1822-40. Prebendaryof WeUs, 1826. R. of Westmill, Herts., 
1827-40. Bishop of Sodor and Man, 1840-1; Bishop of 
Worcester, 1841-60. Married, Jan. 27, 1824, Maria, 3rd dau. 
of the Rt. Hon. John Sullivan, Commissioner of the board of 
control, and had issue. Author, The Remains of the Lord 
Viscount Royston, with a Memoir of his Life. ' In politics he 
was a Liberal.' Died Nov. 13, i860, at Hartlebury Castle, 
Stourport. Brother of Charles C. (1797) and William W. 
(1795); father of Phihp H. (1842) and Herbert G. (1848). 
(Boase, vi. 1459; Burke, P. and B.; D.N.B.; G. Mag., i860, 
11.674.) 

PEPYS, HENRY (1800), see LESLIE. 

PEPYS, The Hon. HENRY LESLIE. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
May 12, 1849. [3rd] s. of Charles Christopher (1797), ist Earl 
of Cottenham. B. [Nov. 28, 1830], in London. School, 
private. Matric. Michs. 1849. Married, Nov. 17, 1868, Ada, 
dau. of Lieut.-Col. Charles James Coote. Died Mar. 18, 1891. 
Brother of Charles E. (1843), George (1851) and William J. 
(1844). (Peile, II. 510; Burke, P. and B.) 

PEPYS, HERBERT GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 4, 
1848. [Yst. s. of the Rt. Rev. Henry (1800), D.D., Bishop 
of Worcester (and Maria Sullivan). B. Oct. 31, 1830. School 
King William's College, Isle of Man.] Matric. Michs. 1848; 
B.A. 1852; M.A. 1855. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1853; priest 
(Worcester) 1854; C. of Kidderminster, 1853-4. V. of 
Grimley, Worcs., 1854-77. V. of Hallow, 1854-1900. Hon. 
Canon of Worcester, 1878-1918. Married, May 6, 1863, 
Louisa Harriet, dau. of J. Whitmore Isaac, of Boughton 
Park, Worcestershire, and had issue. Resided latterly at 
Torquay, where he died Feb. 21, 1918. Brother of the next. 
(King William Coll. Reg.; Crockford; Burke, P. and B.; Who 
was Who.) 

PEPYS, PHILIP HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 7, 
1842. [Eldest] s. of the Rt. Rev. Henry (1800), Bishop of 
Worcester (and Maria Sullivan). B. [Nov. 14, 1824], at 
Ricking's Lodge, Bucks. School, King William's College, 
Isle of Man. Migrated (age 18) to Trinity, July 7, 1843; 
matnc. Michs. 1843; B.A. 1846; M.A. 1849. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, Apr. 27, 1846. CaUed to the Bar, June 8, 1849. Secretary 
of presentations to the Lord Chancellor, 1846-51 and 
1852-62; Principal Secretary, 1862-4. Registrar of the 
London Court of bankruptcy, 1864-86. Chancellor of the 
Diocese of Worcester, 1855-86. Married, Dec. 14, 1848, 
Louisa Eleanor Anne, only dau. of Lieut.-Col. Disbrowe. 
Of 44, Lowndes Street, London, in 1885. Author of Constance 
Tyrell (a novel). Died, s.p., Feb. 6, 1S86, at Brighton. 
Brother of the above. (King William's Coil. Reg.; Boase, 
II. 1459; Burke, P. and B.; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, 
Men at the Bar.) 

PEPYS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 27) at Magdalene, 
Feb. 21, 1778. S. of John, goldsmith, of London, deceased. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1778. 



Pepys, The Hon. William John 

PEPYS, The Hon. WILLIAM JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
July 3, 1844. [2nd] s. of Charles Christopher (i797), Baron 
Cottenham [of Copse Hill, Wimbledon, Surrey]. B. [Aug. 15], 
1825. [School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1844. Migrated to 
Magdalene, Oct. 26, 1848; M.A. 1848. Succeeded his brother, 
Charles Edward, as 3rd Earl of Cottenham, Feb. 18, 1863. 
D.L. for Surrey. Married, Oct. 11, 1870, Theodosia SeUna, 
dau. of Sir Robert Charles Dallas, 2nd Bart. Died Jan. 20, 
1881. Brother of Charles E. (1843), Henry L. (1849) and 
George (1851). (Burke, P. and B.; G.E.C.; D.N.B.) 

PEPYS, WILLIAM WELLER. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
June 30, 1795. [Eldest] s. of William Weller [ist Bart.] 
(Christ Church, Oxford, 1758), of London [and EUzabeth, 
eldest dau. of the Rt. Hon. W. Dowdeswell, Chancellor of 
the Exchequer]. [B. May 4, 1778-] School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1795; Scholar, 1797; B.A. 1799; M.A. 1802. Succeeded 
his father as 2nd Bart., June 2, 1825. Died, unmarried, 
Oct. 5, 1845, at Tandridge Park, near Godstone, Surrey, and 
was succeeded by his brother, Charles Christopher. Brother 
of Charles C. (1797) and Henry (1800). (Eton Coll. Reg.; 
Burke, P. and B.; D.N.B.) 

PERCEVAL, The Hon. CHARLES GEORGE. Adm. FeU.-Com. 
(age 18) at Trinity, May 31, i774- [ist] s. of John [2nd] 
Earl of Egmont, of Charlton, Kent (and his 2nd wife, 
Catherine, 3rd dau. of the Hon. Charles Compton, who was 
created a peeress of Ireland as Baroness Arden, of Lohort 
Castle, Co. Cork, 1770). [B. Oct. i, 1756-] School, Harrow. 
Matric. 1774; M.A. 1777. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Aug. 12, 
1777. M.P. for Launceston, 1780-90; for Warwick, 1790-6; 
for Totnes, 1796-1802. A Lord of the Admiralty, 1783-1801. 
Master and Worker of the Mint, 1801-2. Registrar, High 
Court of Admiralty, 1 790-1840. Commissioner of Control, 
1801-3. A Lord of the Bedchamber, 1804-12. Lord Lieut, 
of Surrey, 1830-40. F.R.S., 1786; F.S.A. Succeeded his 
mother, Catherine, as 2nd Baron Arden of Ireland, June 11, 
1784; created Baron Arden of Wanvs., 1802. Married, Mar. i, 
1787, Margaretta Elizabeth, dau. of Gen. Sir Thomas Spencer 
Wilson, Bart. Died July 5, 1840. Father of Edward (1813) 
and John (1810); brother of Spencer (1780). (Burke, P. 
and B.; Inns of Court; Return oj M.Ps.; G.E.C.; W. R. 
Williams, MSS.) 

PERCEVAL, CHARLES SPENCER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Sept. 15, 1845. Did not reside. [Eldest] s. of Dudley Mon- 
tagu (Christ Church, Oxford, 1819), of 16, Wilton Street, 
Grosvenor Place, London, and of Lincoln's Inn (and Mary 
Jane dau. of Gen. Sir Richard Bourke, K.C.B., Governor of 
New'South Wales). [B. Feb. 11, 1829.] Adm. at Trinity 
Hall- matric. Michs. 1848; Scholar, 1849; (Civil Law Classes, 
ist Class, 1850-1); LL.B. 1853; LL.D. 1858. FeUow of 
Trinity Hall, 1855-68. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 22, 1847. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 12, 1851. Called to the Bar, 
Nov. 17, 1853. Of 64, Eccleston Square, London, S.W., in 
1885. Principal Secretary to the Lord ChanceUor (Lord 
Chehnsford and Lord Cairns), 1866-8. Secretary to the 
Commissioners in lunacy, 1872-89. F.S.A. , i860; Director, 
1867-72; Treasurer, 1874-89. Married, Jan. 2, 1868, Mary 
Elinor Vere, eldest dau. of the Hon. Robert O'Brien, and 
had issue. Edited a catalogue of a collection of works on 
pageantry beoueathed to the Society of Antiquaries by 
F. W. Fairholt. Died Jan. 29, 1889. (Boase, 11. 1461; Law 
Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; Burke, P. 
and B.; Fox-Da vies. Armorial Families.) 

PERCEVAL, The Hon. EDWARD. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Sidney, 
June 29, 1813. 4th s. of Charles George (1774). 2nd Baron 
Arden [and Margaretta Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Gen. Sir 
Thomas Spencer Wilson, 6th Bart.]. B. July 30, 1795, at 
North, near Banstead. Schools, Lewisham (Mr Thomhill), 
Cheyne Walk, Chelsea (Mr Butler) and Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1813; M.A. 1815. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 23, 
1815. Married, Mar. 20, 1821, his cousin, Jane, eldest dau. 
of the Rt. Hon. Spencer Perceval. Died Mar. 10, 1840. 
Brother of John (1810). {Harrow Sch. Reg.; Burke, P. and B.; 
Inns of Court.) 

PERCEVAL, The Hon. HENRY FREDERICK JOHN JAMES. 

Adm. nobleman (age 18) at Trinity, Sept. 21, 1814. [Only] 
s. of John, Viscount Perceval [post 4th Earl of Egmont] 
(and Bridget, only dau. of Lieut. -Col. Glynn Wynne). B. 
[Jan. 3, 1796], in London. Private tuition. Matric. Michs. 
1814'; M.A. 1818. Of Sundon House, Herts. M.P. for East 
Looe' 1826. Stvled Viscount Perceval, 1822-35. Succeeded 
his father as 5th Earl of Egmont, Dec. 31, 1835. Married, 
Dec. 1828, Louise Marie, dau. of Count d'Orselet. Died, 
s * Dec 23, 1841, and was succeeded by his cousin, George 
James. (Burke, P. and B.; Return of M.Ps.; W. R. Williams, 
MSS.) 



Percival, Archibald Stanley 

PERCEVAL, The Hon. JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, 
June 30, 1810. [2nd s. of Charles George (i774)> 2nd Baron 
Arden. B. Apr. 13, 1793. School, Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 
1810; M.A. 1812. Married, Aug. 20, 1816, Elizabeth Anne, 
dau. of Robert, 6th Earl of Cardigan, and had issue a 
daughter who died young. Died, v.p., Mar. 5, 1818, in 
Madeira. Brother of Edward (1813). (Harrow Sch. Reg.; 
Burke, P. and B.; G. Mag., 1818, i. 569.) 

PERCEVAL, JOHN JAMES, Lord. Adm. FeU.-Com. at King's, 
Jan. 15, 1755. [Eldest s. of John, 2nd Earl of Egmont (and 
Catherine, 2nd dau. of James, 5th Earl of Sahsbury). B. 'in 
Pall MaU,' Jan. 29, 1737-8. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 
1756. Entered the Army as Capt. in Lord Robert Sutton's 
Royal Foresters, 1760; Lt.-CoL, ist Regt. of Foot Guards, 
1762. Served in the Allied Army in Germany under 
Prince Ferdinand of Brunswick. Styled Viscount Perceval, 
1748-70. M.P. for Bridgwater (succeeding his father), 1762-9. 
Succeeded as 3rd Earl of Egmont and Baron Lovel and 
Holland of Enmore, Dec. 4, 1770. Lord-Lieut, of Somerset, 
1773-4- Married, June 4, 1765, Isabella, only child and 
heiress of Lord Nassau Paulett, 3rd s. of Charles, 2nd Duke 
of Bolton, and had issue. Died Feb. 25, 1822. (Eton Coll. 
Reg.; Burke, P. and B.; G. Mag., 1822, i. 273; G.E.C.) 

PERCEVAL, The Hon. SPENCER. Adm. Fell.-Com (age 17) at 
Trinity, Jan. 14, 1780. [2nd] s. of John, 2nd Earl of Egmont 
(and his 2nd wife, Catherine, 3rd dau. of the Hon. Charles 
Compton). [B. Nov. i, 1762, in London.] School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1780; M.A. 1782. University Counsel, 1800-7. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Dec. 16, 1782. Called to the Bar, 
1786. On the Midland Circuit. Bencher, 1796; K.C., 1796; 
Treasurer, 1803. Deputy Recorder of Northampton, 1790. 
Commissioner of bankrupts, 1790-6. Surveyor of Meltings 
and Clerk of Irons in the Mint, 1791. Counsel to the Ad- 
miralty and the Navy, 1794-1800. M.P. for Northampton, 
1796-1812. Solicitor-General, 1801; Attorney-General, 1802; 
ChanceUor of the Exchequer, 1807; Prime Minister, 1809. 
' His style [of oratory] was singularly acute, bold, sarcastic 
and personal'; 'a devout, if somewhat narrow Christian, he 
was peculiarly acceptable to the King, owing to his deter- 
mined opposition to Roman CathoUc claims.' Married, 
Aug. 10, 1790, Jwie, dau. of Sir Thomas Spencer Wilson, 
Bart., and had issue. Assassinated May 11, 1812, by John 
BeUingham, who had a supposed grievance, in the lobby of 
the House of Commons. Brother of Charles G. (1774) I father 
of the next. (Inns of Court; Return of M.Ps.; D.N.B.; Burke, 
P. and B.; G. Mag., 1812, i. 500; Sir Charles Petrie, George 
Canning.) 

PERCEVAL, SPENCER. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
June 21, 1813. [Eldest] s. of the Rt. Hon. Spencer (above) 
(and Jane, dau. of Lieut. -Gen. Sir Thomas Spencer Wilson, 
Bart.). B. [Sept. 11, 1795], in London. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1813; M.A. 1816. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
June 9, 1812. Received a grant from Parhament on his 
father's assassination, 1812. M.P. for Ennis, 1818-20; for 
Newport, Isle of Wight, 1827-31; for Tiverton, 1831-2. 
Clerk of Ordnances, 1828. A TeUer of the Exchequer, 1813-34. 
Of Elm Grove, Ealing. Became an Irvingite Apostle, 1833. 
Married, July 3, 1821, Anna EUza, dau. of the Macleod of 
Macleod. Died Sept. 16, 1859, at Weymouth, of apoplexy. 
Father of the next. (Boase, 11. 1462; Burke, P. and B.; 
Return of M.Ps.; Inns of Court; G. Mag., 1859, 11. 653; 
W. R. WilUams, MSS.) 

PERCEVAL, SPENCER. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, May 1, 
1848. [Eldest] s. of Spencer (above), of Ealing, Middlesex 
(and Anna EUza Macleod). B. [Sept. 20], 1828, in St Mary- 
lebone parish. Schools [Rugby and] Harrow. Did not reside. 
Adm. at Caius, Oct. 10, 1848. Matric. Michs. 1848; B.A. 
1852. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 10, 1851. CaUed to the 
Bar, June 9, 1854. Revising barrister for the City of London, 
1870. Died Jan. 2, 1890. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; Inns 
of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; Burke, P. and B.) 

PERCEVAL, SPENCER GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity Hall, June 19, 1858. 2nd s. of Ernest Augustus, 
Esq. [sometime of Severn House, Henbury, Gloucs.], of 
Chapel Cleeve, Bridgwater, Somerset [Capt., 15th Hussars] 
(and his cousin, Beatrice, 4th dau. of Sir John Trevelyan, 
5th Bart.). [B. July 8, 1838.] School, Radley CoUege. 
Matric. Michs. 1858; B.A. 1862. Of Severn House, Henbury, 
Gloucs., and Longwitton HaU, Northumberland. Died 
Mar. 7, 1922; buried at Henbury. (Burke, P. and B.; The 
Times, Mar. 14, 1922.) 

PERCH, CHARLES. Adm. (age 18) at Trinity Hall, 1884. 
S. of WiUiam, Esq., of Cardiff. [B. 1865.] School, Sherborne. 
Matric. Michs. 1884. A coal-factor. Died before 1914. 
(Sherborne Sch. Reg.) 

PERCIVAL, ARCHIBALD STANLEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 9, 1880. [Yst.] s. of Stanley, of The Hermitage, Woking, 



90 



Percival, Barwise 

Surrey. B. [Apr. i], 1862, at South Mimms, Middlesex. 
School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 1880 (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, 
ist Class, 1882); B.A. 1884; M.B., B.Chir. and M.A. 1888. 
M.A., Durham, 1893. At St George's Hospital. M.R.C.S., 
1886. House Surgeon, Royal Westminster Ophthalmic Hos- 
pital; House Physician, Brompton Consumption Hospital. 
Ophthalmic Surgeon, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1890-1928. Senior 
Surgeon, Northumberland and Durham Eye Infirmary. 
Author of works on optics. Resided latterly at Woking, 
where he died Dec. 22, 1935. Brother of Stanley E. (1873). 
(Medical Directories; Trin. Coll. Record, 1936; Who was Who; 
Thi Times, Dec. 27, 1935.) 

PERCIVAL, BARWISE. Matric. Non-Coil., Lent, 1884. Ord. 
deacon (Liverpool) 1887; priest, i888; C. of Holy Trinity, 
Liverpool, 1887-9. C. of St Thomas's, Eccleston, 1889-92. 
V. of St Peter's, Warrington, 1892-1923. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1924. 

PERCIVAL (post FETHER3T0N-DILKE), BEAUMONT AL- 
BANY. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 14, 1893. S. of 
Theodore Henry, civil service, retired, of Southampton (and 
Edith Isabella Fetherston). B. Nov. 14, 1875, in London. 
School, Southampton College (Mr R. W. Lees). Matric. 
Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896; M.B. and B.Chir. 1899. At St 
George's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1898; M.R.C.P., 
1901. House Physician and House Surgeon at St George's 
Hospital. House Surgeon, Northampton General Infirmary. 
Physician, Essex and Colchester General Hospital. Prac- 
tising in London in 1910. Assumed the name and arms 
of Fetherston-Dilke, by Royal Licence, on inheriting the 
estates of his maternal uncle, Beaumont T. Fetherston-Dilke. 
In the Colonial Medical Survey in Trinidad, Gibraltar and 
Nigeria for many years. During the Great War, 1914-19, 
Assistant Surgeon, Colonial Hospital, Gibraltar. M.B.E., 
1919. Of Kaduna, Northern Nigeria, in 1920. Medical 
Of&cer, West African Medical Staff. Of Ma.xstoke Castle, 
ColeshiU, Warws., in 1930. J. P. for Warws. Mayor of 
Leamington, 1945-6. Of 15, Beauchamp Avenue, Lea- 
mington Spa, in 195 1. (Medical Directories; Who's Who.) 

PERCIVAL, CHARLES JAMES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
May 9, 1878. [Eldest s. of the Rev. James Stanley (1851), 
V. of St Mark's, Peterborough. B. Nov. 3, 1858. Schools, 
Felsted and Repton.] Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882; M.A. 
1885. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1883; priest, 1884; C. of Nas- 
sington, Northants., 1883-6. C. of Lyddington, Rutland, 
1886-91. V. of Nassington, with YarweU, Northants., 1891- 
1907. Resided subsequently (1909-11) at Corwen, and at 
Towyn, N. Wales, 1911-20. Mzuried and had issue. Died 
Oct. 29, 1920. (Al. Felsted; Repton Sch. Reg.; Northants. 
Clergy; The Times, Nov. i, 1920.) 

PERCIVAL, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, 
Sept. 30, 1799. [8th] s. of Dr [Thomas, F.R.S. (for whom 
see D.N.B.)], of Manchester. [B. there. May 21, 1783.] 
School, Manchester Academy. Migrated to Peterhouse, 
Oct. 20, 1804. Matric. Michs. 1806; M.B. 1808. M.B. ad 
eundem, Trin. Coll., DubUn, 18 10. Licentiate of the King's 
and Queen's College of Physicians, Ireland, 1810. CMnical 
Lecturer at the Medical School of the Hardwicke Hospital, 
Dublin, 1812. Senior Physician to the Hospital of the House 
of industry, and Physician to the House of recovery, Dublin. 
Practised subsequently at Bath. Married, Oct. 19, 1809, 
Sophia, dau. of George Gledstaines. Author, Practical 
Observations on Typhus Fever and other medical reports. 
Edited the works of his father, to which he contributed a 
memoir. Died Sept. 23, 1819, at Bath; buried at Weston. 
Brother of James (1792) and Thomas B. (1783). (T. A. 
Walker, 378, MS. note; St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 422; Al. 
Dubl.; G. Mag., 1819, 11. 379.) 

PERCIVAL, HERBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 16, 
1870. [2nd] s. of Andrew, solicitor (and EUza). B. [Oct. 17, 
1852], at Peterborough. Bapt. Dec. 29, 1852. School, 
Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1870; LL.B. 1874. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Apr. 20, 1872. Called to the Bar, Jan. 26, 
1875. Died Mar. 10, 1906, at Peterborough. Brother of 
John A. (1865). (Uppingham Sch. Roll; Eagle, xxvni. 213; 
Scott, MSB.; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the 
Bar.) 

PERCIVAL, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Sx John's, Apr. 23, 1792. 
Of Lancashire. Had been adm. at Leyden, Apr. 22, 1789. 
[S. of Dr Thomas, F.R.S. , of Manchester. B. there, Dec. 13, 
1769-] Kept one term. From Cambridge went as a medical 
student to Edinburgh. Died there, Feb. 23, 1793, of a 
malignant fever caught during his attendance in hospital. 
Brother of Edward (1799) and Thomas B. (1783). (St John's 
Coll. Adm., IV. 423; G. Mag., 1793, i- 382; Howard and 
Crisp, Visitation; James Smith, English-Speaking Students 
at Leyden.) 



Percivall, Charles Wilhelm 

PERCIVAL, JAMES STANLEY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 185 1. [S. of Stanley, Esq., of Allerton, Liverpool. 
School, Rugby (age 13 in 1845).] Matric. Michs. 1851; B.A. 
1855; M.A. 1858. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1856; priest, 
1857; C. of Effingham, Surrey, 1856-8. C. of Bramdean, 
Hants., 1858-61. P.C. of Freefolk and Laverstoke, Hants., 
1861-6. C.-in-charge of Quinton, Northants., 1866-8. C. of 
Little Houghton and Brafield, 1868-72. V. of St Mark's, 
Peterborough, 1872-3. Died Dec. 22, 1873. Father of 
Charles J. (1878). (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Northants. Clergy.) 

PERCIVAL, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 13, 1884. S. of 
Elizabeth. B. Apr. 3, 1863, at Carperby (sic.) Yorks. School, 
National, Aysgarth. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887; M.A. 
1891; Sc.D. 1922. Professor of Botany at the Agricultural 
College, Wye, Kent, 1894-1903. Director of the Agricultural 
Dept.. University College, Reading, 1903-7; Professor of 
Agricultural Botany at Reading, 1907-32. Vice-President of 
the Linnean Society, 1926-7. Author, The Wheat Plant, etc. 
Married and had issue. Of Leighton, Shinfield Green, 
Reading, in 1946. Died Jan. 26, 1949. (Schoolmasters' 
Directories; The Times, Jan. 29, 1949; Who's Who.) 

PERCIVAL, JOHN ANDREW. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 10, 1865. S. of Andrew, soUcitor, of Peterborough (and 
Eliza). B. at Peterborough. Bapt. Sept. 28, 1847. [School, 
Uppingham.] Matric. Michs. 1865; B.A. 1869; M.A. 1872. 
Adm. SoUcitor, 1872; practised at Peterborough. Of Ashiield, 
Peterborough. Died Feb. 27, 1923, aged 75. Brother of 
Herbert (1870). (Scott, MSS.; Eagle, xliii. 148; Law Lists; 
The Times, Feb. 28, 1923.) 

PERCIVAL, JOHN HOPE. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1890. 
[Eldest] s. of Edward Hope, Esq., I.C.S., of Kimsbury House, 
Gloucester (and his ist wife, Louisa Jane, yst. dau. of Sir 
John Wedderbum, 2nd Bart.). [B. at Bhaonagar, India, 
Dec. 27, 1870.] School, Charterhouse. Matric. Mchs. 1890; 
Exhibitioner; B.A. 1893; LL.B. 1894. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple. Called to the Bar, Nov. 19, 1894. On the Oxford 
Circuit. Judge of Native Courts of first instance, Egypt, 
1903-9; of Native Court of Appeal, 1909-19; Vice-President 
of Native Court of Appeal, 1919. Legal Adviser to the 
G.O.C., Egypt, 1919. Judicial Adviser to the Govt, of Egypt 
and Legal Adviser to the High Commissioner, 1925-8. 
Member of the Anglo-Mexican special claims Commission, 
1929-30. K.B.E., 1927. J. P. Grand Cordon of the Order of 
the NUe and 3rd Class Osmanieh. Married, 1901, Henrietta 
Lucilla Vigne, yst. dau. of Major-Gen. Lewis Percival, and 
had issue. Latterly of Kimsbury House, Gloucester. (Charter- 
house Reg.; Burke, L.G.; Walford, County Families; Law 
Lists; Who's Who; Kelly, Handbook.) 

PERCIVAL, STANLEY EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Sept. 30, 1873. Of Middlesex. [S. of Stanley.] 
Bapt. June, 1854, at South Mimms. School, Felsted. Matric. 
Michs. 1873; Scholar, 1874; B.A. 1877; M.A. 1881. Ord. 
deacon (Sahsbury) 1880; priest, 1881; C. of Trowbridge, 
Wilts., 1880-1. C. of Christ Church, Clifton, Gloucs., 1881-7. 
V. of Merriott, Somerset, 1887-1936. Rural Dean of Crew- 
keme, 1923-36. Latterly of Woking, Surrey, where he died 
Feb. 2, 1947. Brother of Archibald S. (1880). (Al. Felsted.; 
Crockford; The Times, Feb. 4, 1947.) 

PERCIVAL, THOMAS BASSNETT. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 23, 1783. Of Lancashire. [Eldest s. of Dr Thomas, 
F.R.S., of Manchester. B. Feb. 22, 1767, at Warrington.] 
Matric. Michs. 1783; Scholar, 1783; LL.B. 1789. Ord. deacon 
(Chester) Sept. 20, 1789; priest (Norwich, Litt. dim. from 
Chester) Mar. 20, 1791; C. of Winwick, Lanes., 1789. Chap- 
lain to the Marquess of Waterford, 1791. Chaplain to the 
British Embassy at St Petersburg, 1792. Married, Feb. 23, 
1795, at St Petersburg, Harriet, dau. of Richard Cozens 
(and granddaughter of Richard Cozens who left England for 
Russia as ship-master to Peter the Great). Died May 27, 
1798, at St Petersburg; buried in the Smolensk cemetery. 
Brother of Edward (1799) and James (1792)- (St John's Coll. 
Adm., IV. 423.) 

PERCIVALL, CHARLES WILHELM. Adm. pens, at Jesus, 
Oct. 1898. S. of Percival. B. Jan. 19, i879i at Woodbridge, 
Sufiolk. School, Ipswich Grammar (the Rev. P. Raynor). 
Matric. Michs. 1898; Scholar; B..-^. 1901; M.A. 1910. At the 
University of Paris, May, 1905-July, 1906. Assistant Master 
at Galway School, 1902-3; at Wimbome Grammar School, 
1903-5; at King's School, Warwick, 1906-7; at Durham 
School, 1909-11: at Liverpool College, 1911. Second Master 
of Magnus Grammar School, Newark, 1911-18. Head Master 
of Queen Mary's School, Basingstoke, from 1918. Of Sutton, 
Surrey, in 1946. (Schoolmasters' DireUories.) 



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Percy, Algernon (Lord Prudhoe) 

PERCY, ALGERNON (Lord PRUDHOE). Matric. from St 
John's, Easter, 1835; Hon. LL.D. 1835. [2nd s. of Hugh 
(1760), 2nd Duke of Northumberland (by his 2nd wife, 
Frances Julia, 3rd dau. of Peter Burrell, of Beckenham, Kent). 
B. Dec. 15, 1792. School, Eton.] A distinguished naval 
officer and man of learning. First Lord of the Admiralty, 
1852-3. F.R.S. Constable of Launceston Castle. P.C. and 
K.G., 1853. Styled Lord Algernon Percy, 1792-1816. Created 
Baron Prudhoe of Prudhoe Castle, Northumberland, Nov. 27, 
1816. Married, Aug. 25, 1842, Eleanor, eldest dau. of Richard, 
2nd Marquess of Westminster. Succeeded his brother Hugh 
(1802) as 4th Duke of Northumberland, Feb. 11, 1847. Died 
Feb. 12, 1865, at Alnwick Castle, Northumberland. (Bvurke, 
P. and B.; D.N.B.; G.E.C.; G. Mag., 1865, i. 398, 504 and 
508.) 

PERCY, ALGERNON CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 28, 1831. [Eldest] s. of the Rt. Rev. Hugh (1802), D.D., 
Bishop of Carhsle (by his ist wife, Mary, dau. of the Most 
Rev. Charles Manners Sutton, Archbishop of Canterbury). 
B. June 29, 1812, in the Palace, Lambeth, Surrey. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1831. Kept one term. Second Lieut., 
the Rifle Brigade, 1832; Lieut., 1837; retired, 1839. Married, 
July 29, 1839, Emily, dau. of the Rt. Rev. Reginald Heber, 
D.D., Bishop of Calcutta (niece and heiress of Richard Heber), 
and had issue. Assumed the additional name of Heber, 1847. 
Of Hodnet Hall, Salop, and Armine Hall, Yorks. J. P. and 
D.L. for Salop. Died Jan. 24, 1901. Brother of Henry (1832) ; 
father of Alan W. (1884, sub Heber-Percy) and Henry V. 
(1878, sub Heber-Percy). (Burke, P. and B. (sub Northum- 
berland); Burke, L.G.; D.N.B.) 

PERCY [or HEBER-PERCY], ALGERNON HUGH HEBER. 
Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1890. [Eldest] s. of A. H. [Algernon 
Heber], Esq., of Hodnet Hall, Salop (and .\Uce Charlotte 
Mary, only child of the Rev. F. V. Lockwood). [B. July 13, 
1869.] Matric. Michs. 1890. Lieut., Shropshire Yeomaiuy- 
Cavalry. A.D.C. to the Governor of Queensland, Australia. 
Private Secretary to the Lieut. -Governor of British New 
Guinea. Subsequently a land-agent near Newmarket. Of 
Hodnet Hall, Salop. Hereditary Seneschal of Montgomery 
castle and the Honour of Montgomery. J. P. for Salop. 
Married, July 15, 1903, Gladys May, younger dau. of W. E. 
Montagu Hulton-Harrop, D.L., of Lythwood Hall, Salop, and 
Bardsley, Lanes. (Burke, P. and B. {sub Northumberland).) 

PERCY, GEORGE (Lord LOVAINE). Adm. nobleman at St 
John's, Jan. 28, 1797. Eldest s. of [Algernon], ist Earl of 
Beverley (and Isabella Susaimah, 2nd dau. of Peter Burrell, 
of Beckenham, Kent). B. [June 22, 1778], in Harley Street, 
London. School, Eton. Matric. Lent, 1799; M.A. 1799; Hon. 
LL.D. 1842. M.P. forBeeralston, Devon, 1799 (at a by-election) 
and 1802-30. Succeeded his father as 2nd Earl of Beverley 
and Baron Lovaine, 1830. Col., Northumberland Militia, 1804. 
Lord of the Treasury, May 16, 1804-Feb. 10, 1806. Com- 
missioner for the affairs of India, 1807-12. Lord of the Bed- 
chamber to King George IV, 1821, and to King WiUiam IV, 
July 24-Dec. 1820. Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard, 
1842-6. Succeeded his cousin. Lord Prudhoe (1835), as 5th 
Duke of Northumberland, Feb. 12, 1865. Married, June 22, 
1801, Louisa Harcourt, 3rd dau. of the Hon. James Archibald 
Stuart Wortley Mackenzie. Died Aug. 22, 1867, at Alnwick 
Castle. Father of Josceline W. (1829); brother of Hugh 
(1802). (Eton Coll. Reg.; St John's Coll. Adm.; Burke, 
P. and B.; Return of M.Ps.) 

PERCY, GEORGE ALGERNON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Feb. 18, 1868. S. of Josceline WiUiam (1829) (and Margaret 
Davidson). B. May 17, 1849, at Chelsea, Middlesex. [School, 
Eton.] Matric. Lent, 1868. Comet, 2nd Life Guards, 1869; 
Ensign (and Lieut.), Grenadier Guards, 1872; Capt., 1880; 
Lieut. -Col., 1882. Died, unmarried, July 17, 1931, in London. 
(Eagle, XLVii. in; Burke, P. and B. {sub Northumberland); 
Army Lists; The Times, July 20, 1931.) 

PERCY, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 21, 1780. 
Of Middlesex. [Only] s. of — [the Rt. Rev. Thomas (1769), 
Bishop of Dromore. B. Feb. 7, 1763.] School, Oakham [and 
Westminster]. Died, umnarried, Apr. 2, 1783, at Marseilles, 
'whither he went for the recovery of his health.' (Record ojf 
Old Westminsters; G. Mag., 1783, i. 364.) 

PERCY, HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 19, 1832. 
[2nd s. of the Rt. Rev. Hugh (1802), Bishop of Carlisle. 
B. June 5, 1813. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1832; B.A. 
1837; M.A. 1842. Ord. deacon (CcurUsle) Sept. 25, 1836. V. of 
Warkworth, Northumberland, 1840-53. Canon-Residentiary 
of Carlisle, 1847. Chaplain to the Bishop of Carlisle. R. of 
Greystoke, Cumberland, 1853-70. Married, Feb. i, 1841, 
Emma Barbara, only dau. of Capt. B. B. Galbraith, of Old 
Derrig, Queen's Co., and had issue. Died Sept. 6, 1870. 
Brother of Algernon C. (1831). {Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, 
P. and B. (sub Northumberland); John Bull, Aug. 23, 1840.) 
PERCY, HUGH, Lxird WARKWORTH. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 18) 
at St John's, Jan. 11, 1760. [Eldest] s. of Hugh [Smithson] 



Percy, The Hon. Josceline William 

[ist Duke and 2nd] Earl of Northumberland (who had 
assumed the name and arms of Percy by Act of Parliament, 
1750, on the death of his father-in-law) [and Elizabeth 
Seymour, dau. of the 7th Duke of Somerset]. B. [Aug. 14, 
1742], in the parish of St George's, Hanover Square, London. 
School, Eton. Styled Lord Warkworth, 1750-66 and Earl 
Percy. 1766-86. M.P. for Westminster, 1763-76. Succeeded 
his mother in the barony of Percy, 1776; and his father as 
2nd Duke of Northumberland, June 6, 1786. Ensign, 24th 
Foot, 1759; Capt., 85th Foot, 1759; Lieut. -Col., commanding 
the iiith Regt., 1762. Served under Prince Frederick of 
Brunswick during the 7 years' war; present at the battles 
of Bergen and Minden. Lieut. -Col., Grenadier Guards, 1762; 
Colonel, and A.D.C. to King George III, 1764. Served in 
America, 1774-7; present at the battles of Lexington, 1775, 
and Bunkers Hill; Major-General, 1775; Lieut. -General, 
1777; General, 1793. Colonel, commanding Horse Guards, 
1806-12. Lord Lieut., and Vice-Admiral of Northumberland. 
K.G., 1788. High Steward of Launceston and Constable of 
Launceston Castle. Councillor of the Duchy of Cornwall. 
F.S.A., 1787; F.R.S., 1788. Married (i) July 2, 1764, Anne, 
dau. of John, 3rd Earl of Bute, which marriage was dissolved 
by Act of Parliament, 1779; (2) May 23, 1779, Frances Julia, 
dau. of Peter Burrell, of Beckenham, Kent. Died July 10, 
1817. Father of the next and of Algernon (1835). (Burke, 
P. and B.; G.E.C.; St John's Coll. Adm., ni. 663, which gives 
'b. Aug. 28'; G. Mag., 1817, 11. 84, which gives 'b. Aug. 25'; 
Return of M.Ps.; D.N.B.) 
PERCY, HUGH Earl. Adm. nobleman at St John's, June 30, 
1802. Eldest s. of Hugh (above) [2nd] Duke of Northum- 
berland. B. [Apr. 20, 1785], in London. School, Eton. 
Matric. Easter, 1805; M.A. 1805; Hon. LL.D. 1809. High 
Steward of the University, 1834-40; Chancellor, 1840-7. 
M.P. for Buckingham, 1806; for Westminster, 1806; for 
Launceston, 1806-7; for Northumberland, 1807-12. Called 
to the House of Lords, as Baron Percy, 1812. Succeeded his 
father as 3rd Duke of Northumberland, July 10, 1817. Lord 
Lieut, and Vice-.^dmiral of Northumberland and Newcastle- 
on-Tyne. K.G., 1819; P.C, 1825. Lord Lieut, of Ireland, 
1829-30. Constable of Launceston Castle and High Steward 
of Launceston, 1843. F.S.A. A Trustee of the British 
Museum. Ambassador-Extraordinary in Paris at the corona- 
tion of King Charles X, 1825. Married, Apr. 29, 1817, Lady 
Charlotte Florentia CUve (sometime governess to Queen 
Victoria), dau. of the 1st Earl of Powis. Presented a large 
telescope to the University in 1835, defraying the cost of 
mounting it and of erecting a building to contain it. Also 
gave, in 1842, a copy of the Warwick vase placed in the 
Senate House yard. 'A very good sort of man with a very 
narrow understanding, an eternal talker and a prodigious 
bore.' Died, s.p., Feb. 11, 1847, and was succeeded by his 
brother Algernon, Lord Prudhoe (1835). (Return of M.Ps.; 
Burke, P. and B.; D.N.B., which gives 'died Feb. 12'; 
G.E.C.; W. R. Williams, MSS.; Greville Memoirs.) 
PERCY, The Hon. HUGH. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St John's, Dec. 10, 
1802. 3rds. of [Algernon, ist] Earl of Beverley (and Isabella 
Susannah, 2nd dau. of Peter BurreU, of Beckenham, Kent). 
[B. Jan. 29, 1784.] School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1804; M.A. 
1805; D.D. 1825. Adm. ad eundem at Oxford, 1834. Ord. 
deacon (Canterbury) Dec. 20, 1807; priest, Jan. 30, 1809. 
R. of Bishopsboume, 1808-22. R. of Ivychurch, Kent, 
1809-22. ChanceUor and Preb. of Exeter, 1810-16. Chan- 
ceUor of Sahsbury Cathedral, 1812-56. Preb. of Canterbury, 
1816-25. Preb. of St Paul's, 1816-56. Master of the Hospital 
of St John Northgate and St Nicholas, Harbledown, 1822. 
Archdeacon of Canterbury, 1822-5; Dean, 1825-7. Bishop 
of Rochester, 1827 (for a few months); Bishop of Carhsle, 
1827-56. Married (1) May 19, 1806, Mary, eldest dau. of the 
Most Rev. Charles Manners Sutton, Archbishop of Canter- 
bury; (2) Feb. 3, 1840, Mary, dau. of Sir WiUiam Hope- 
Johnstone, G.C.B. Died Feb. 5, 1856, at Rose castle, 
Carlisle; buried in Dalston churchyard. Brother of George 
(1797); father of Algernon C. (1831) and Henry (1832). 
(Eton Sch. Lists; Boose, 11. 1463; Burke, P.- and B. (sub 
Northumberland) ; D.N.B., which erroneously states that he 
was first at Trinity.) 
PERCY, The Hon. JOSCELINE WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, Apr. 8, 1829. [2nd] s. of George (i797)> Lord 
Lovaine (afterwards 5th Duke of Northumberland and 2nd 
Earl of Beverley) [and Louisa Harcourt, 3rd dau. of the Hon. 
James Archibald Stuart Wortley Mackenzie]. B. July 17, 
i8ii,atTunbridgeWeUs. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1830; 
M.A. 1833. Adm. at the Inner Temple, June i, 1833. M.P. 
for Launceston, 1852-9. Married, Aug. 8, 1848, Margaret, 
only dau. of Sir David Davidson, of Cantray, Nairn, and 
widow of Sir Robert Grant, M.P. Author, Romanism as it 
Exists in Rome. Died July 25, 1881, at Pembroke Lodge, 
Sonning HiU, Berks. Father of George A. (1868). {Eton Sch. 
Lists; Boase, 11. 1464; Inns of Court; Burke, P. and B. 
(sub Northumberland) ; Return of M.Ps.) 



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Percy, The Rev. Thomas 

PERCY, The Rev. THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Dec. 9, 
1769; D.D. 1770. From Christ Church, Oxford, whence he 
had matric. July 7, 1746, as Piercy; B.A. (Oxford) 1750; 
M.A. (Oxford) 1753. [S. of Arthur, grocer, of Bridgnorth, 
Shropshire. B. there, Apr. 13, 1729. School, Bridgnorth 
Grammar.] Ord. deacon (Hereford) 1751; priest, June, i753- 
V. of Easton-Mauduit, Northants., 1753-S2. R. of Wilby, 
1756-82. Chaplain to the Duke of Northumberland, 1765. 
Chaplain to the King, 1760. Dean of CarUsle, 1778-82. 
Bishop of Dromore, 1782-1811. Married, 1759, Anne, dau. 
of Barton Gutteridge, of Desborough, Northants.; she was 
appointed nurse to Prince Edward, afterwards Duke of Kent, 
in 1771. Edited Surrey's Poems. Author of the Reliques of 
Ancient English Poetry; The Household Book of the Earl of 
Northumberland in 1512; Northern Antiquities; The Hermit 
of Warkworth; A New Translation of the Song of Solomon; 
A Key to the New Testament; etc. The publication of Reliques, 
which 'made an epoch in the history of English literature, ' arose 
out of his discovery of a folio MS. (lying dirty in a bureau 
in the house of a friend, and 'being used by the maids to 
light the fire') which contained copies in an early seventeenth- 
century hand of many old poems and ballads. His portrait 
was painted by Sir Joshua Reynolds. Died Sept. 30, 181 1. 
Father of Henry (1780). {Al. Oxon.; Northants. Clergy; 
D.N.B.; G. Mag., 1811, 11. 395; C. Brooks, 1 he Percy Letters.) 

PERCY, WILLIAM JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 29, 
1835. Of Dorsetshire. [S. of John, of Sherborne.] School, 
Sherborne. Matric. Michs. 1835; B.A. 1839; M.A. 1842. Ord. 
deacon (Bath and Wells) May 26, 1839; priest, 1840. C. of 
Maperton, Somerset, 1845-51. R. of SUton, Dorset, 1851-8. 
Author, Sermons. Died Nov. 11, 1858. Father of the next. 
(Sherborne Sch. Reg.) 

PERCY, WILLIAM JOHN EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 7, 1861. S. of the Rev. William John (above) (and 
Mary). B. at Maperton, Somerset. Bapt. May 28, 1849. Matric. 
Michs. 1861; B.A. 1865; M.A. 1868. Ord. deacon (Salisbury) 
1866; priest, 1867; C. of Blandford, Dorset, 186&-7. R. (and 
patron) of SUton, 1867-77. Married, Sept. 27, 1864, Miss 
Legg, of Blandford. Disappears from Crockford, 1878. 
(G. Mag., 1864, II. 6486; The Guardian, Oct. 5, 1864.) 

PEREIRA, ALOYSIUS STANISLAUS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Jan. 30, 1877. S. of Louis, gent. B. Dec. 30, 1859, in Cal- 
cutta. School, Stonyhurst College. Matric. Lent, 1877; B.A. 
1881. A tea-planter in India. Of MuzaSarpur in 1912. 
(Peile, II. 653.) 

PEREN, ROBERT HENRY. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1884. S. of 
Robert BurshaU, solicitor, of S. Petherton, Somerset. B. 
there, Feb. 17, 1865. School, Malvern College. Matric. Michs. 
1884. Secretary of the British Empire Life Assurance Co. 
(Malvern Coll. Reg.; Venn, 11. 469.) 

PERFECT, WILLIAM HAMPDEN. Adm. pens, at Caius, 
July 7, 1846. [Eldest] s. of Robert, Esq. [M.P. (Queen's 
CoUege, Oxford, 1817)]. B. Dec. 1826, at Bath. School, 
private. Matric. Michs. 1846. Migrated to Peterhouse, 
Apr. 15, 1847; (Civil Law Classes, ist Class, 1848-9); LL.B. 
1854. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 21, 1850. Called to the 
Bar, June 9, 1854. Of Brighton in 1885. Died Oct. 12, 1901, 
at Tooting, Surrey. (Law Lists ; Inns of Court ; Foster, Men 
at the Bar; The Times, Oct. 15, 1901; Matrics. and Degrees, 
1851-1900, gives his matric. as from Peterhouse.) 

PERHAM, CECIL. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Dec. 12, 1899. 
S. of Frederick. B. Apr. 9, 1882, at Crouch End, London, N. 
School, Bury Grammar, Lanes. Matric. Michs. 1900; Scholar, 
1900; B..-^. (Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1903. Entered the 
Civil Service; Clerk at the Adrniralty, 1904; Private Secretary 
to the Permanent Secretary of the Admiralty, 1912. (Peile, 
II. 838.) 

PERIGAL, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Peterhouse, 
July 4, 1796. [S. of Jean, silkman, of Spital Square, London 
(and Susanne, dau. of the Rev. Jean B. G. Bouyer)]. School, 
Durham. Matnc. Michs. 1796; B.A. 1800; M.A. 1803. V. 
of EUingham, Northumberland, 1803-54. Died Dec. 7, 1854. 
Brother of the next. (Durham Sch. Reg.; T. A. Walker, 368; 
Clergy Lists; G. Mag., 1855, I. 215; F. Perigal, Some Account 
of the Perigal Family.) 

PERIGAL, JOHN WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Peter- 
house, Jan. 29, 1789. [Eldest s. of Jean, of London.] School, 
Hackney. Matric. Michs. 1789; B.A. 1793; M.A. 1796. 
Fellow, 1797. Brother of the above. (T. A. Walker, 358.) 

PERING, ARTHUR. Matric. Non-Coil., Michs. 1877. 

PERKES, RICHARD MOON. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 14, 
1870. [2nd] s. of Whitmore Henry, iron-merchant, of South- 
port (and Emma). B. [June 30, 1852], in Manchester. Bapt. 
July 24, 1852. [School, Manchester Grammar.] Matric. 
Michs. 1870; B.A. 1874; LL.M. 1877. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, Apr. 29, 1872. Called to the Bar, June 7, 1875. 



Perkins, Frank 

Ord. deacon and priest (Worcester) 1883; C. of Harvington, 
Worcs., 1883-4. C. of Hampton-Lovett, 1884-6. R. of 
Drayton-Parslow, Bucks., 1886-92. C. of Hadzor with 
Oddingley, Worcs., 1893-6. Latterly of 39, Combe-park, 
Weston, Bath, where he died Mar. 19, 1929. Brother of the 
next. (Clergy List; Crockford; Eagle, XLv. 340; Law Lists; 
Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, Mar. 21, 
1929.) 

PERKES, ROWLAND JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. 21, 
1862. S. of Whitmore Henry, iron-merchant (and Emma). 

B. at Manchester. School, Manchester Grammar. Bapt. 
Aug. 13, 1844. Matric. Lent, 1863; B.A. 1866; M.A. 1869; 
LL.M. 1875. Second Master of the Grammar School, New- 
port, Isle of Wight, 1872. Brother of the above. 

PERKINS, ALBERT JOHN. Adm. pens, at Downing, Oct. 6, 
1880. S. of Henry (1849), of Thriplow Place, Royston. 
[B. Dec. 18, 1861. School, Repton.] Matric. Michs. 1880; 
B.A. 1884. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1884; priest, 1886; C. of 
Biggleswade, Beds., 1884-6. C. of Downham, Cambs., 1887- 
1900. C. of Kimpton, Herts., 1890-1. C. of Thornton, Yorks., 
1892-8. C. of Kirby Knowle with Bagby, 1899-1906. V. of 
Ellerton Priory, 1906-12. V. of Stillington, 1912-27. V. of 
Kilbum, 1927-36. Lived subsequently at Huby, near Leeds. 
Died Feb. 7, 1940. Brother of the next and of Robert B. 
(1875). (Repton Sch. Reg.; Crockford; J. H. Bullock.) 

PERKINS, AMBROSE HENRY. Adm. pens, at Downing, 
Oct. 7, 1879. Of Thriplow Place, Royston. [S. of Henry 
(1849). B. Mar. 24, i860. School, Repton.] Matric. Michs. 
1879, Died July 12, 1902, in America. Brother of the above 
and of Robert B. (1875). (Repton Sch. Reg.) 

PERKINS, ARTHUR BROADLEY. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Aug. 16, 1890. [Eldest] s. of Arthur Fred, wine-merchant 
(Colonel, 3rd Volunteer Batt., Hampshire Regt.), of Southsea 
(and Edith Anne Broadley). B. June 15, 1872, in Colombo, 
Ceylon. School, Isle of Wight CoUege, Ryde (the Rev. Canon 
F. D. Teesdale). Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893. Capt., 
Hampshire Regt. (T.), 1900. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Lieut. -Col., Hampshire Regt.; mentioned in Sec. 
of State's List for 'valuable services'). Died Dec. 5, 1938, 
at Southsea; buried at Bursledon. (Army Lists; The Times, 
Dec. 7, 1938.) 

PERKINS, ARTHUR LEA. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 
1898. S. of William, Esq., of 22, Gorst Road, New Wands- 
worth, London, S.W. Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901; M.A. 
1906. Assistant Master at the Municipal Secondary School, 
Brighton. (Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

PERKINS, ARTHUR THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1881. Of Hertfordshire. Matric. Michs. 1881; Scholar, 
1882; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1888. Adm. SoUcitor, Jan. 1888; 
practised in Leeds (Messrs Barr, Nelson and Co., South 
Parade). Died Mar. 18, 1938, aged 75, at Mapletoft, Moor- 
town, Leeds; buried at Fernhurst, Haslemere, Surrey. (Law 
Lists; I he limes. Mar. 21, 1938.) 

PERKINS, CHARLES STEELE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 8, 1897. S. of ."Mfred Roberts Steele, surgeon, of Exeter 
(and Mary Skinner). B. May 14, 1881, at Exeter. School, 
West Cliff House, Dawlish. Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901. 
Articled to a soUcitor in Exeter. Brother of John S. S. (1894). 

PERKINS, The Rev. CYRUS. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, 
Oct. 22, 1824; a 'Ten-year man.' Of St Saviour's, Dart- 
mouth, S. Devon. 

PERKINS, FRANCIS LEONARD. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. I, 1884. [Yst.] s. of Thomas, manufacturer, of 
Hitchin, Herts. B. there, 1865. [School, King's, Canterbury.] 
Matric. Michs. 1884; Scholar; B.A. 1887; M.A. 1891. Ord. 
deacon (York) 1888; priest, 1889; C. of Whitby, 1888-93. 

C. of Holy Trinity, Goodramgate, York, 1893-7. V. of 
Thirsk, 1897-1910. R. of Holy Trinity, Goodramgate with 
St John-del-Pike, York, 1910-24. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Chaplain, R..\.C.D.). Canon of York, 1920-32. 
Rural Dean of York, 1920-31. V. of Bishopthorpe with 
Middlethorpe, 1924-32. Hon. Chaplain to the Archbishop 
of York, 1924-32. Died Jan. 30, 1932, at Bishopthorpe; 
buried there. (Scott, MSS.; Crockford; Who was Who; The 
Times, Feb. i, 1932.) 

PERKINS, FRANK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 10, 1882. 
S. of Frederick, of Braunton, near Barnstaple, Devon. B. 
[June 18], 1863, at York. School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 
1882; B.A. 1885; LL.B. 1887. .-Vdm. Solicitor, Aug. 1888; 
practised (Messrs Perkins and Perkins) at Sherbum-in- 
Elmet. Registrar of York County Court, and District 
Registrar, High Court of Justice. Of Clifton Terrace York, in 
1910. (Repton Sch. Reg.; Law Lists.) 



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PERKINS, FREDERICK OSWALD. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity July 23, 1822. S. of Frederick, of Chipstead Place, 
Kent. B. in Surrey. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1823. 
Major, Surrey Yeomanry. Died July 11, 1841. Doubtless 
brother of George (1825). (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

PERKINS, GEORGE. Adm. at Christ's, Oct. 22, i793- Of 
Huntingdonshire. [S. of John (and Charlotte). B. Dec. 20 
1776. Bapt. Jan. 22, i777, at St Mary's, Huntingdon.] 
Matric. Michs. 1794; Scholar, i795; B.A. 1798; M.A. 1801. 
Ord. deacon (Ely) 1799; pnest, 1800; C. of Newton, Cambs 
C. of Fen Drayton, 1816-20. Lived at Huntingdon. Died 
Aug. 25, 1821, at Stevenage, aged 44; 'much respected for 
the suavity of his manners.' {Peile, 11. 336; Al. Carthus.) 

PERKINS, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 17, 1825. 
[Doubtless s. of Frederick, of Chipstead Place, Kent. School, 
Harrow.] Doubtful if resided. A brewer in Southwark. Of 
Chipstead Place, Kent and Saham HaU, Thetford. J. P. for 
Kent and Norfolk. Capt., W. Kent Militia. Died June 30, 
1879. Doubtless brother of Frederick O. (1822). (Harrom 
Sell. Reg.) 

PERKINS, HAROLD THOMAS. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1895. 
S. of Henry Australia, of 2, Gliddon Road, W. Kensington, 
London. B. Jan. 9, 1877, at Sydney, Australia. School, 
St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. and LL.B. 1899. Called 
to the Bar, Inner Temple, Jan. 28, 1901. (St Paul's Sch. 
Reg.; Law Lists.) 

PERKINS, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Peterhouse, 
June 30, 1817. Of Essex. S. of the Rev. John (1764), V. of 
Arkesden. Matric. Michs. 1817; B.A. 1821; M.A. 1824. Ord. 
deacon (London) June 17, 1821; priest, June 2, 1822. C. of 
Sawston, Cambs., 1823-36. Married Jane Barnes. Lived 
latterlv at Pampisford. Died Dec. 24, 1838. aged 40; buried 
at Thiiplow. Father of the next and of John (1855). (J. H. 
Bullock.) 

PERKINS, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Oct. 30, 
1849. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Henry (above), C. of Sawston. 
B. Dec. 10, 1832, at Thriplow, Cambs. Bapt. at Sawston, 
Dec. 12, 1832. School, Bury St Edmunds (Dr Donaldson). 
Matric. Michs. 1850; Scholar, 1853; B.A. 1854; MA. 1857. 
Cricket 'blue,' 1854. Adm. at the Inner Temple, May 31, 
1854. CaUed to the Bar, Jan. 26, 1858. On the Norfolk 
Ckcuit. Succeeded to an estate at Thriplow, on the death of 
Ambrose Bening, when he was about seven years old. Hon. 
Sec, Cambs. Cricket Club, 1866-8. Secretary of the M.C.C., 
1876-97; during which time the membership of the Club 
increased from 2000 to 4000. J. P. and D.L. for Cambs. Of 
New Bamet, Herts., in 1905. Married, 1855, Blanche, dau. 
of Charles Fiddey, Esq., of London. Editor, Dixon's Law of 
the Farm. Died May 6, 1916. Brother of John (1855) ; father 
of Robert B. (1875), Albert J. (1880) and Ambrose H. (1879)- 
(Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; Rev. A. J. 
Perkins; Lord Harris, Lord's and the M.C.C.; The Times, 
May 8, 1916.) 

PERKINS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, June 25, 
1764. B. at Thriplow, Cambs. Matric. Michs. 1767; B.A. 
1768; M.A. 1771. Fellow, 1770. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1770. 
C. of Haslingfield, Cambs., 1790. V. of Arkesden, Essex, and 
V. of Rampton, Cambs., until 1811. Died 'lately' (Aug. 
1811), at Arkesden. Father of Henry (1817). (G. Mag., 1811, 
n. 194.) 

PERKINS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 23, 1855. S. of 
the Rev. Henry (1817), deceased. B. May 17, 1837, at 
Sawston, Cambs. School, Bury St Edmunds. Matric. Michs. 
1855 ; B.A. (%th Classic) 1859. Migrated to Downing, Nov. 27, 
1861; M.A. 1862; LL.M. 1867; LL.D. 1880. FeUow of 
Downing, 1861. Tutor and Bursar. Popularly known as 
'Jack Perkins.' 'A conspicuous figure in Cambridge sporting 
circles,' about whom many stories were told. Lived latterly 
on Downing property at Hatley, Cambs., where he died 
Apr. 30, 1901, from a gunshot-wound. Brother of Henry 
(1849). (Bury St Edmunds Sch. Reg.; Peile, u. 542; T. A. 
Walker, 399; Heitland, After Many Years, 151.) 

PERKINS (post STEELE-PERKINS), JOHN SHIRLEY STEELE. 
Matric. Non-CoU., from Ayerst H., Michs. 1894. [Eldest] 
s. of Alfred Robert Steele, J. P., surgeon, of Exeter. B. there, 
Dec. 24, 1876. School, Dawlish (Mr W. Sheppard). Migrated 
to St John's, Jan. 15, 1896; B.A. 1897; M.B. and B.Chir. 
1902. At Guy's Hospital; House Surgeon and Clinical 
Assistant there. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1900. Practised at 
Exeter. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.A.M.C). 
Of Westacott, Bamfield Road, Exeter. Died May 20, 1950. 
Brother of Charles S. (1897). (Medical Directories; The 
Times, May 22, 1950.) 



Perne, Andrew 

PERKINS, JOSEPH JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Sept. 29, 
1885. Of Devonshire House, Regent Street, Cambridge. 
From Owens College. Manchester. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 
(Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt t, 1st Class) 1888; M.A. 1892; M.B. and 
B.Chir. 1893. At St Thomas's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 
1891; M.R.C.P., 1897; F.R.C.P., 1902. Specialist in pul- 
monai-y diseases. Practised in London. Assistant Physician 
and Pathologist, City of London Hospital for Diseases of the 
Chest. House Physician, St Thomas's Hospital. House 
Physician, Brompton Hospital. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Capt., R.A.M.C). Author, medical. Died Sept. 13, 
1928, aged 65. (Medical Directories; Who was Who; The 
Times, Sept. 17, 1928.) 

PERKINS, ROBERT BENING. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. I, 1875. [Eldest] s. of Henry (1849), Esq., of [Thnplow 
Place], Royston. B. Mar. 5, 1857. School, Bury St Edmunds. 
Matric. Michs. 1875; B.A. 1879. Lived in London. Brother 
of Ambrose H. (1879) and Albert J. (1880). (Bury St Edmunds 
Sch. Reg.) 

PERKINS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 10, 1861. 
S. of Thomas Lovell. B. May 28, 1842, in London. School, 
Blundell's, Tiverton. Matric. Michs. 1861; Scholar, 1861; 
B.A. (20th Wrangler) 1865; M.A. 1868. Ord. deacon (Durham) 
1868; priest, 1869. Assistant Master at Blundell's School, 
Tiverton, 1865-6; at Durham Grammar School, 1866-72; at 
Reading School, 1872-7. Head Master of Shaftesbury 
Grammar School, 1878-93. V. of Tumworth, Dorset, 1893- 
1907. F.R.A.S., 1885. Author, Handbook of Gothic Archi- 
tecture; Wimborne Minster and Christ Church Priory; Rouen 
Cathedral and Churches; Manchester Cathedral; Bath and 
Malmesbury Abbeys; Amiens Cathedral; etc. Died, Mar. 21, 
1907. (Peile, II. 569; Crockford.) 

PERKINS, THOMAS NORWOOD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 13, 1863. Of Kent. S. of Thomas, yeoman (and Anne 
Sarah). B. at Willesborough. Bapt. Sept. 25, 1844. [School, 
Merchant Taylors'.] Matric. Michs. 1863; B.A. 1867; M.A. 
1870. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1867; priest, 1868; C. of 
Aldham, Essex, 1867-9. C. of Strood, Kent, 1869-70. C. of 
St Peter's, Rochester, 1870-1. C. of Northfleet, Kent, 1871-9. 
V. of Steeple with Stangate, Essex, 1879-86. V. of Barking- 
side, Essex, 1886-90. V. of St Peter's, Newlyn, Cornwall, 
1890-1900. R.of Fon thill Bishops, Wilts., 1900-14. Married, 
Apr. 13, 1869, Emily Louisa, dau. of Robert Tosswill. 
Latterly of St Martin's Cottage, Borden, near Sittingboume, 
Kent, where he died Feb. 2, 1936, aged 91. Father of the 
next. (Eagle xlix. 201; Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; The 
Times, Feb. 5, 1936.) 

PERKINS, THOMAS TOSSWILL NORWOOD. Adm. pens, 
(age 20) at Jesus, 1891. S. of the Rev. Thomas Norwood 
(above). B. at Strood, Kent. School, St John's, Leatherhead. 
Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1920. Cricket 'blue,* 
1893, 1894; football (assoc.) 'blue,' 1892-5; Captain, 1894. 
Played cricket for Kent, Herts, and Wilts., and football for 
Cornwall, Essex and Norfolk. Assistant Master at Magdalen 
College School, Oxford, 1887; at Yarmouth Grammar School, 
1888-^1; at St Michael's, Westgate, 1895; at Felsted, 1897- 
1900; at RossaU, 1900-3. Joint Head Master of Weston 
Lodge, Bath, and Ashley Manor, Box, 1904-12; Head 
Master of Larchfield School, Helensburgh, 1915-32. Of 
Halfway House, Old Hadlow Road, Tonbridge, in 1946. 
(Leatherhead Sch. Reg.; Al. Felsted; Sctioolmasters' Direc- 
tories.) 

PERKINS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 31) at Pembroke, 
Jan. 23, 1826. Eldest s. of William, gent., deceased, of 
London. B. there. Matric. Easter, 1826; Scholar, 1826; B.A. 
1830. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 20, 1829. 

PERKS, WALTER. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 12, 1876. 
[Yst.] s. of Robert, of Wolverhampton. B. Oct. 28, 1857, at 
Wolverhampton. School, Malvern College. Matric. Michs. 
1876; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1883. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1881; 
priest, 1883; C. of Christ Church, Newark, 1881-4. C. of 
Christ Church, Weston-super-Mare, 1884-6. C. of South 
Petherton, Somerset, 1886--9. C. of Long Ashton, 1889-91. 
C. of WeUington, 1891-3. C. of Horsington, 1894-6. C. of 
Marston Magna, 1896-7. V. of Kenn, Devon, 1897-1926. 
Died Dec. 30, 1932, at Paignton. (Malvern Coll. Reg.; 
Crockford; The Times, Jan. 3, 1933-) 

PERNE, ANDREW. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Peterhouse, 
Sept. 25, 1767. S. of the Rev. Andrew (1725), B.D., R. of 
Norton, Suffolk. [B. Mar. 6, 1751, at Norton.] School, Bury 
St Edmunds. Matric. Michs. 1769; Scholar, 1769; B.A. 1772. 
Fellow, 1772. Ord. deacon (Ely) 17741 priest, 1776; C. of 
Fowlmere, Cambs., 1774-86. R. of Abington-Pigotts, 1781- 
1807. R.of Isham, Northants., 1781-1807. V. of Whittlesford, 
Cambs., 1806-7. J. P. for Cambs. Married, June, 1774, Susan, 
dau. of the Rev. Thomas Smith, R. of Stowlangtoft. Died 



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Dec. 5, 1807, at Great Abington; tombstone in Little 
Abington church. Father of the next. {Bury St Edmunds 
Sch. Reg.; Northants. Clergy, x. 251; Al. Oxon., which con- 
fuses him with a namesake, s. of the Rev. John, R. of 
Knapwell, Cambs.; 7 . A . Walker, 330 and MS. note; G. Mag., 
1807, II. 1180.) 

PERNE, ANDREW. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, June 30, 
1792. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Andrew (above), of Abington, 
Cambs. School, Bury St Edmunds. Matric. Michs. 1793; 
B.A. 1797. Ord. deacon (Ely) i797- C. of Hildersham, 
Cambs., 1797-1800. Died Mar. 1800, aged 24; tombstone in 
Little Abington church. (Bury St Edmunds Sch. Reg.; 
G. Mag., 1800, I. 593.) 

PERNE, THOMAS (1772), see PEARNE. 

PEROWNE, ARTHUR WILLIAM THOMSON. Adm. at King's, 
Oct. 4, 1886. [4th] s. of the Rt. Rev. John James Stewart 
(1841), D.D., Bishop of Worcester. [B. June 13, 1867.] 
School, Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889; M.A. 
1893; D.D. 1920. Assistant Master at Magdalen College 
Choir School, Oxford, 1890-3. Ord. deacon. 1893; priest, 
1894; C. of Hartlebury, Worcs. (and Chaplain to Bishop of 
Worcester), 1893-1901. V. of Hallow, 1901-4. V. of 
St George's, Edgbaston, Birmingham, 1904-13. Hon. Canon 
of Birmingham, 1912-13. Rural Dean of Edgbaston, 1905-13. 
V. of St Andrew's, Plymouth, 1913-20. Rural Dean of the 
Three Towns, 1914-18. Preb. of Exeter, 1917. Archdeacon 
of Plymouth, 1918-20. Chaplain to the King, 1918-20, 
First Bishop of Bradford, 1920-31; Bishop of Worcester, 
1931-41; retired. Married (i) 1895, Helena Frances, dau. of 
H. Oldnall-RusseU, of Sion House, Worcs., and had issue; 
(2) 1926, Mabel, 2nd dau. of Thomas Henry Bailey, of 
Wyldcroft, Wokingham. Latterly of Glen Kin, BrockhiU 
Road, West Malvern. Died Apr. g, 1948, at Gloucester. 
Brother of John T. W. (1882). (Haileybury Coll. Reg.; 
King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; 
Crockford; Who's Who; The Times, Apr. 12, 1948.) 

PEROWNE, EDWARD HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Apr. 25, 1846. Of Norwich. [S. of the Rev. John, R. of 
St John-the-Baptist, Maddermarket, Norwich (C.M.S. Mis- 
sionary). B. Jan. 8, 1826, at Burdwan, Bengal. School, 
Norwich.] Matric. Michs. 1846; Scholar, 1847; Person prize, 
1848; Members' prize, 1849, 1852; B.A. (Senior Classic) 1850; 
M.A. 1853; B.D. i860; D.D. 1873. Fellow, 1850; Tutor, 1858- 
79; Master, 1879-1906. Vice-Chancellor, 1879-81. Adm. ad 
eundem at Oxford, 1857. Hulsean Lecturer, 1866. Senior 
Proctor, 1871-2. Lady Margaret Preacher, 1877. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) 1850; priest, 1851; C. of St John-the- 
Baptist, Maddermarket, Norwich, 1850-1. Whitehall 
Preacher, 1864-6. Preb. of St Asaph, 1877. Hon. Canon of 
Worcester, 1894. Hon. Chaplain to Queen Victoria, 1898- 
1900; Chaplain in Ordinary, 1900-1. Hon. Chaplain to King 
Edward VII, 1901. 'Devoted to his college and university, 
a sound disciplinarian, a man of many friendships and wide 
interests, Perowne refused high preferment and was long one 
of the most conspicuous figures in the academic and social 
life of Cambridge. He was a rigid Conservative.' Author, 
The Christian's Daily Life, a Life of Faith; Corporate 
Responsibility; Counsel to Undergraduates on Entering the 
University; Savonarola; etc. Died, unmarried, Feb. 5, 1906; 
buried at Grantchester. Brother of the next, of Thomas T. 
(1843) and William F. (1851). (Crockford; Who was Who; 
D.N.B.) 

PEROWNE, JOHN JAMES STEWART. Adm. at Corpus 
Christi, 1841. [Eldest s. of the Rev. John, C.M.S. Mis- 
sionary. B. Mar. 13, 1823, at Burdwan, Bengal.] School, 
Norwich Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1841; Scholar; BeU 
Scholar, 1842; Tyrwhitt Scholar, 1848; Members' prize, 1844, 
1846, 1847; B.A. 1845; M.A. 1848; B.D. 1856; D.D. 1873. 
Fellow, 1849-64; Hon. Fellow, 1886. Adm. ad eundem at 
Oxford, i860. Hulsean Lecturer, 1868. Praelector in 
theology at Trinity, 1872-5 ; Fellow of Trinity, 1873-5. Lady 
Margaret Preacher, 1874. Hulsean Professor of Divinity, 
1875-8. Assistant Master at Cheam School, 1845. Ord. 
deacon, 1847; priest, 1848; C. of Tunstead, Norfolk, 1847-9. 
Assistant Master at King Edward's School, Birmingham, 
1849. Lecturer in Divinity at King's College, London. 
Assistant Preacher at Lincoln's Inn. Vice-Principal of 
St David's College, Lampeter, 1862-72. Preb. of St David's, 
1867-72. Canon of Llandaff, 1H69-78. Hon. Chaplain to 
Queen Victoria, 1875-8. Dean of Peterborough, 1878-91. 
Bishop of Worcester, 1891-1901; resigned. One of the 
Revisers of the A.V. of the Bible. Married, 1862, Anna 
Maria, dau. of Humphrey William Woolrych, Serjeant-at- 
Law, of Croxley House, Herts. Author and editor of many 
works, including the Cambridge Bible for Schools. Resided 



latterly at Southwick, near Tewkesbury, where he died 
Nov. 6, 1904. Father of Arthur W. T. (1886) and John T. W. 
(1882); brother of the above, of Thomas T. (1843) and 
William F. (1851). (Northants. Clergy; Fox-Davies, Armorial 
Families; D.N.B.; Church Bells Portrait Gallery.) 

PEROWNE, JOHN THOMAS WOOLRYCH. Adm. pens, at 
Corpus Christi, Oct. 2, 1882. Of Cardiganshire. [Eldest] s. 
of the Rev. John James Stewart (above). B. June i, 1863, 
at Lampeter. School, Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1882; 
Scholar, 1883; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1889. Lieut., Northants. 
Regt. (1st Vol. Batt.), 1889; Capt., 1894. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut. -Col., R.F.A. (T.F.). Acting 
King's Messenger, 1919-21. Gold Staff Officer at the corona- 
tion of King George VI, 1937. Married and had issue. Of 
Falconer's House, St James's Court, London, S.W., in 1951. 
Brother of Arthur W. T. (1886). (Haileybury Reg.; Army 
Lists; UniiK War List; Kelly, Handbook.) 

PEROWNE, THOMAS JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 1, 1886. Of Dorset. S. of the Rev. T[homas] T[homason] 
(next), of Redenhall rectory, Norfolk. B. Aug. 23, 1868, at 
Stalbridge, Dorset. School, Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 
1886; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1894. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1892; 
priest, 1893; C. of St Margaret's with St Peter's, Lowestoft, 
1892-1902. C. of Holy Trinity, Brompton, 1902-4. C. of 
Kelsale with Carlton, Suffolk, 1904-5. Domestic Chaplain 
to the Bishop of Norwich, 1910-12. C. of Christ Church, 
New Catton, Norfolk, 1905-13. V. of Hindringham, 1913-22. 
R. of Starston, 1922-45. Rural Dean of Redenhall, 1927-30. 
Hon. Canon of Norwich, 1929-37; Archdeacon of Norwich, 
1937-1951-- Of Old Hall, Framingham Earl, in 1951. 
(Who's Who; Crockford.) 

PEROWNE, THOMAS THOMASON. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, June 27, 1843. [2nd s. of the Rev. John, C.M.S. 
Missionary. B. 1824, at Burdwan, Bengal.] Matric. Michs. 
1843; Scholar; B.A. (315* Wrangler) 1847; M.A. 1850; 
TjTwhitt Hebrew Scholar, 1850; Norrisian prize, 1854; 
Hulsean prize, 1854; B.D. 1858. Fellow, 1852. Select 
Preacher, 1861; Hulsean Lecturer, 1880; Ramsden Preacher, 
1880. Ord. deacon (Ely) and priest, 1848; C. of St Michael's, 
Cambridge, 1848-53. C. of Holy Sepulchre, Cambridge, 
1862-7. R- of Stalbridge, Dorset, 1867-74. R- of Redenhall 
with Harleston and WortweU, Norfolk, 1874-1913. Arch- 
deacon of Norwich, 1878-1910. Author, Essential Coherence 
of the Old and New Testaments; Memoir of the Rev. T. G. 
Ragland. Joint Editor of Archbishop Parker's Life and 
Correspondence. Died May 6, 1913, at Redenhall rectory. 
Father of the above; brother of John J. S. (1841), Edward H. 
(1846) and William F. (1851). (Crockford; Who was Who; 
The Times, May 8, 1913.) 

PEROWNE, WILLIAM FREDERICK. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Jesus, July 1, 1851. [Yst.] s. of the Rev. John [C.M.S. 
Missionary]. B. at Norwich. School, private. Matric. Michs. 
1851; B.A. 1855; M.A. 1858. A member of the London stock 
exchange. Died Dec. 29, 1913, aged 81, at Folkestone. 
Brother of John J. S. (1841), Thomas T. (1843) and Edward 
H. (1846). (Scott, MSS.; The Times, Dec. 31, 1913.) 

PERRAM, GEORGE JUBB. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Caius, 
July 2, 1838. S. of James, tea-merchant, of Winchester 
Street, London. B. in London. School, Hackney Grammar. 
Matric. Michs. 1839. Migrated to Clare; B.A. (34//; Wrangler) 
1843; M.A. 1847. Ord. deacon, 1843; priest, 1845; C. of 
Nettlestead, Kent, 1843-9. C. of Clymping, Sussex, 1849-57. 
British Chaplain at Dusseldorf, 1857-9; at Tours, 1859-60. 
C. of St Peter's, Walworth, Surrey, 1865-8. C. of St George- 
the-Martyr, Queen's Square, 1869-70. Chaplain, Central 
London sick asylum, Highgate, 1870-5. Married, .'\pr. 23, 
1846, Anne, 2nd dau. of the Rev. J. C. Clements, deceased, 
of Lower Clapton, Middlesex. Resided latterly at Bedford, 
where he died Mar. 14, 1904, aged 85. (The Patrician, i. 83; 
The Times, Mar. 18, 1904.) 

PERRIN, FREDERICK EUGfeNE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 20, i88i. S. of the Rev. Frederick Eugene (and Maria). 
B. Aug. 25, 1861, at Waddington, Whitwell, Vorks. Bapt. 
July 27, 1862. School, CUtheroe Grammar (Mr Boden). 
Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1S88. Ord. deacon 
(York) 1886; priest (Manchester) 1887; C. of St Paul's, 
Preston, Lanes., 1886-93. R. of Quom, S. Australia, 1894-7. 
R. of Riverton, S. Australia, 1897-1901. C. of Rushden, 
Northants., 1901-3. V. of Carbrooke, Norfolk, 1903-12. 
V. of North Lonsdale, British Columbia, 1912-15. R. of 
Sardis, B.C., 1915-17. Of Park View Drive, Victoria, B.C., 
in 1925. Disappears from Crockford, 1926. Brother of 
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PERRIN, HARRY CRANE. Matric. Non-CoU., Easter, 1886. 

B. Aug. ig, 1865, at Wellingborough, Northants. School, 
Wellingborough; and at Trinity College, Dublin [Mus.B. 
1890; Mus.Doc. 1901]. Studied music under Sir Robert 
Stewart and others. F.R.C.O., 1892. Organist of St 
Columba's College, Dublin, 1886-8; at St John's Church, 
Lowestoft, 1888-92; at St Michael's, Coventry, 1892-8. 
Organist and Master of the Choristers at Canterbury 
Cathedral, 1898-1908. Director, McGiU University Con- 
servatorium of Music, and Professor of Music, 1908-30. 
Composer of cantatas, anthems, church services, songs. Of 
HiUstead, Streatham Drive, Exeter, in 195 1. {Who's Who; 
Grove, Diet, of Music and Musicians (American Supp., 325).) 

PERRIN, HOWARD NASMITH. Adm. at King's, Oct. 7, 1893. 
Yst. s. of Henry Story, of London. B. 1873. School, CUfton 
College. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1900. Ord. 
deacon (Durham) 1898; priest, 1899; C. of St John-the- 
Evang., DarUngton, 1898-1903. Chaplain for Oxford diocese 
lay readers, 1903-11. V. of Runcorn, Cheshire, 1911-46. 
O.B.E., 1919. Hon. Canon of Chester, 1927. Of Westbury-on- 
Trym in 1952. {Clifton Coll. Reg.; King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; 
Crock ford.) 

PERRIN, WILLIAM EUGfeNE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 9, 
1882. S. of the Rev. Frederick Eugene (and Mciria). B. at 
Waddington, Yorks. Bapt. May 24, 1863. School, Hutton 
Grammar, Preston (Mr B. C. Huntly). Matric. Michs. 1882. 
Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1888; priest, 1889; C. of St Paul's, 
Wednesbury, Staffs., 1888-90. C. of Spalding, Lines., 1890-2. 

C. of Battyeford, Yorks., 1892-4. C. of Mirfleld, 1894-5. 
Principal of Calgary College, N.W. Canada, 1895-1900. Inc. 
of St Paul's, Fish Creek and Mitford, Calgary, 1897-9. Inc. 
of All Saints, Cochran, 1899-1900 (all in N.W. Canada). 
C. of Riverton, S. Austraha, 1900-1; R. there, 1905-9. C. of 
Lakenham with Trowse, Norfolk, 1909-11. C. of Great 
Yarmouth, 1911-14. V. of Easton, Norfolk, 1914-28. R. of 
Marlingford, 1917-28. R. of Seaming, 1928-36. Sub- 
sequently of 154, Lowestoft Road, Gorleston-on-Sea. Died 
1943. Brother of Frederick E. (i88i). {Crockford.) 

PERRING, The Rev. ALFRED REGINALD. Adm. sizar at 
St John's, Feb. 17, 1857; a 'Ten-year man.' Re-adm. 
Nov. 12, 1866. S. of Robert, proprietor of the Leeds Intelli- 
gencer (and Jane Eliza). B. at Woodhouse, Yorks. Bapt. 
May 20, 1832. Matric. Michs. 1874; B.D. {Stat. Eliz.) 1877. 
Ord. deacon (Carlisle) 1856; priest, June 7, 1857; C. of 
Rusland, Lanes., 1857-8. C. of Bury, 1859-60. P.C. of 
Embleton, Cumberland, 1861-75. V. of Lorton, 1864-75. 
V. of Dorrington, Salop, 1875-6. R. of Greete, 1876-83. 
Author, Recollections of a Parish in the North. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1884. 

PERRING, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
June 24, 1821. 2nd s. of Philip, merchant, of London. B. 
there [Sept. 29, 1802]. [School, Merchant Taylors'.] Matric. 
Michs. 1821; B..\. 1825; M.A. 1828. Adm. ad eundem at 
Oxford, 1858. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 18, 1825; priest, 
Dec. 24, 1826. Chaplain to the Clothworkers' Company, 
1827-gi. Died Jan. 14, 1891, in London. {Merchant Taylors' 
Sch. Reg.; Al. Oxon.; Crockford; The Guardian, Jan. 21, 1891.) 

PERRING, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, Mar. i, 
1856. [2nd] s. of Jackson, barrister (Inner Temple), of 
Colombo, Ceylon. B. there [Aug. 17, 1837]. Schools, Bruton, 
Somerset, and Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1856; B.A. i860. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 9, i860. Called to the Bar, 
Jan. 26, 1863. Went to New Zealand, 1865. Member of the 
Provincial Council, Canterbury, and of several Local Boards. 
J.P. Returned to England, 1880. (King's Sch., Bruton, Reg.; 
Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men 
at the Bar.) 

PERRING, The Rev. PETER. B.A. 1800, incorp. from Oxford; 
M.A. 1800. Adm. at Emmanuel, May 21, 1800. [5th and 
youngest s. of Philip of Modbury, Devon (and his cousin, 
Susannah, dau. of Richard Legassick, Esq.)] Matric. from 
Exeter College, Oxford, Oct. 19, 1792, age 21; B.A. (St Mary 
Hall, Oxford) 1796. R. of North Huish, Devon, 1796-1851; 
resigned. Died June 11, 1851. {Al. Oxon.; G. Mag., 1851, 
n. 215.) 

PERRING, PHILIP. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 12, 1848. [2nd] 
s. of the Rev. Sir 'John' {sic)] [Philip] [3rd] Bart. (Brasenose 
College, Oxford, 1816) (and Frances, eldest dau. of Henry Roe, 
of Canton, Devon). [B. July 15, 1828. School, Shrewsbury.] 
Matric. Michs. 1848; Browne medal, 1850; Scholar, 1851; 
B.A. {^th Classic) 1852; M.A. 1855. Ord. deacon, 1854. C. of 
St James's, Westminster, 1855-60. C. of St John's, Hackney, 
1861. Succeeded his father as 4th Bart., Apr. 25, 1866. Author, 
Churches and their Creeds; Hard Knots in Shakespeare; 
Work-days of Moses; Spirit and the Muse; etc. Resided 
latterly at Exeter. Died June 8, 1920. {Shrewsbury Sch. Reg. ; 
Clergy List ; Who was Who.) 



Perry, Alfred John 

PERROTT, AUGUSTUS DONALDSON. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 
1889. [Yst.] s. of the Rev. Octavius George Dalhousie (Oriel 
College, Oxford, 1858), of Worthing. B. Mar. 14, 1870, in 
London. School, Castle HiU, Ealing. Matric. Michs. 1889; 
Scholar; B.A. (14/A Wrangler) 1893; M.A. 1897. Ord. deacon 
(Bp. Minchinson) 1896; priest (Peterb.) 1897; C. of St 
Andrew's, Leicester, 1896-8. Assistant Master at Bromsgrove 
School, 1898-1901. Head Master of Saffron Walden School, 
1901-2. Assistant Master at Cheltenham College, 1902-5. 
Head Master of King Henry Vlll School, Coventry, 1905-10. 
Duncombe Lecturer, Kingsbridge and C. of Churchstow, 
Devon, 1910-12. Inspector of Schools in the dio. of Ely, 
1912-14. V. of Bradfield-Combust, Suffolk, 1914. V. of 
Eastern Green, Warws., 1915-17. R. of Allesley, 1917-23, 
V. of St Margaret's, Uxbridge, I^iddlesex, 1923-41. Died 
July 20, 1941, in London. Brother of George F. (1884). 
Ch^ltenliam Coll. Reg.; Venn, 11. 509; Crockford; School- 
masters' Directories; The Times, July 22, 1941.) 

PERROTT, CHARLES HAROLD. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 9, 1891. 
Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894. Called to the Bar, Inner 
Temple, June 14, 1899. Practised in Cairo; Crown Prosecutor, 

1925. Died Feb. 18, 1939, in Cairo. {Law Lists; The Times, 
Feb. 21, 1939; Foreign Office List.) 

PERROTT, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Clare, June 26, 1782. 
B. in Birmingham. Matric. Michs. 1782; M.B. 1788. 

PERROTT, FRANK DUERDIN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 31, 1877. S. of Richard, of Springcroft, Hoiasey Lane, 
London. B. Sept. 12, 1858, in London. School, Blackheath 
proprietary. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1887. 
Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1883; priest, 1884; C. of St Peter's, 
West Bromwich, 1883-4. C. of Holy Trinity, Smethwick, 
1885-8. V. of Ixworth, Suffolk, 1888-92. AvaUed himself of 
the provisions of the Clerical DisabiUties relief Act (1870), 
Nov. 4, 1896. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, June 14, 
1899. On the South-Eastem Circuit. Died Dec. 5, 1936, at 
Horley. (Scott, MSS.; Crockford; Law Lists; The Times, 
Dec. 9, 1936.) 

PERROTT, GEORGE FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Jesus, 
Oct. 1884. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Octavius George Dalhousie 
(Oriel College, Oxford, 1858). School, Castle HUl [Ealing] 
(his father). Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. {27th Wrangler) 1887; 
M.A. 1891. Head Master of the Coopers' Company's School, 
Bow, in 1903. Sometime tutor at the University corre- 
spondence college, Burlington house, Cambridge. Died 
June 15, 1932, at Brighton. Brother of Augustus D. (1889). 
(Scott, MSS.; Schoolmasters' Directories; The Times, June 17, 
1932-) 

PERROTT, HENRY RONALD TAYLOR SIMPSON. Adm. sizar 
at Trinity, Oct. i, 1895. S. of Henry, of 481, Caledonian 
Road, Holloway, London. B. [June 29], 1876, at funbridge 
Wells. School, St Paul's, London. Matric. Michs. 1895; 
Bell Scholar, 1896; B.A. {12th Wrangler) 1898. At University 
College, London, 1899-1900. Appointed to the I.C.S., 1899; 
Assistant Magistrate in Bengal; in Bihar and Orissa, 1912; 
Magistrate and Collector, 1913; Deputy Commissioner, 1913. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut. -Col., Indian Army 
Reserve of Officers, 1917-19). Died June 29, 1920, at Gaya, 
Bihar. {St Paul's Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; I.C.S. Lists; The 
Times, July 28, 1920.) 

PERROTT, WILLIAM HENRY WILLY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 10, 1882. S. of John Walker, of Castle Lyons, Co. Cork. 

B. [Nov. 25], 1864, at Monkstown, Co. Cork. School, Hatfield 
Broad Oak, Essex (private). Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1885. 
Rowing 'blue,' 1885. Second Lieut., R.A., 1886; Lieut., 
1886; Capt. 1896; served (Field and Horse Artillery) prin- 
cipally in India. Died Oct. 29, 1899. {Book of Blues; Army 
Lists; Mayo and Elton Families, 522; P. B. G. Binnall.) 

PERROTT, WILLIAM THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 15, 1869. Of Glamorganshire. Matric. Michs. 1869; 
Scholar, 1872. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1875; priest (Bath and 
Wells) 1878; C. of St Bartholomew's, Heigham, Norfolk, 
1875-6. C. of Hendford, Somerset, 1877-8. C. of Pitminster, 
1878-80. V. of Luppitt, Devon, 1880-1917. Resided sub- 
sequently at Greenway, near Sidmouth, where he died Apr. 5, 

1926, aged 84. {Crockford; The Guardian, Apr. i5, 1926.) 
PERROTT-SMITH, BENJAMIN HORACE (1892), see SMITH. 
PERRY, ALFRED JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 29, 

1847. S. of Samuel {1814), schoolmaster, of Shenfield, Essex 
(and Frances Head). B. there. Bapt. Aug. 7, 1825. Adm. at 
Trinity College, Dublin; B.A. (Trinity College, Dubhn) 1853. 
Ord. deacon (London) 1853; priest, 1854; C. of Plaistow, 
Essex, 1853-6. C. of Stanningfield, Suffolk, 1856-8. Assistant 
Master at the Royal Naval School, New Cross, in i86r. 

C. of Lackford, 1860-2. Chaplain to the Suffolk general 
Hospital at Bury St Edmunds, 1862-9. In charge of St 
Augustine's, Wisbech, Cambs., 1869-70. Author, Sermons. 
Brother of Samuel G. F. (1837). Disappejirs from Crockford, 
1877. 



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PERRY, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Oct. 27, 
.1823. [Youngest] s. of John [of Moor Hall, Harlow, Essex]. 

B. [Feb. 17, 1807], at Hackney, London. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1824; Scholar, 1826; B.A. {Senior Wrangler 
and ist Smith's prize) 1828; ytli Classic, 1828; M.A. 1831; 
D.D. (per Lit. Reg.) 1847. Fellow, 1829-41; Tutor, 1832-40. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Mar. 15, 1828. Ord. deacon 
Gloucester, Litt. dim. from Fly) June 16, 1833; priest, 
Nov. 26, 1836. V. of St Paul's, Cambridge, 1842-7, having 
bought the advowson and erected the church. Ramsden 
Preacher, 1855. First Bishop of Melbourne, Austraha, 
1847-76; retired. A stout Evangelical. Much interested in 
the work of the Church Missionary Society and the Society 
for the Propagation of the Gospel. Took a leading part in 
the foundation of Wyclifie Hall at Oxford and Ridley Hall 
at Cambridge. Married, Oct. 14, 1841, Frances, dau. of 
Samuel Cooper. Died Dec. i, 1891, in London. Brother of 
George (1822) and Richard (1817). (Boase, 11. 1470; Harrow 
Sch. Reg.; Inns of Court; F. W. BuUock; D.N.B.) 

PERRY, CLARKE WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1868. Of Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1868; Scholar, 
1871; B.A. 1872. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1875; C. of Gazeley with 
Kentford, Suffolk, 1875-82. Latterly lived at Reepham, 
Norfolk. Disappears from Crockford, 1885. 

PERRY, CLEMENT GAUNTLETT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
July 5, 1893. S. of Dr — [Marten], of Spalding. Matric. 
Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1900. Assistant Master at 
Clare House School, Beckenham and at Malvern Link prep. 
School. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1905; C. of Hartlebury, 
Worcs., 1905-6. Disappears from Crockford, 1908. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (Private, R. FusiUers; Lieut., 
Special List). {Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

PERRY, EDWIN CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 11, 
1876. [Eldest surv.] s. of Sir Erskine [Indian Judge], of 
The Pickeridge, near Slough, Bucks. B. Oct. 16, 1858, in 
London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. 1880. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. i, 1880. Died Nov. 30, 
1936, at Bournemouth; buried at Kensal Green. {Eton Sch. 
Lists; Inns of Court; The Times, Dec. 3, 1936.) 

PERRY, EDWIN COOPER. Adm. at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, Oct. 13, 1876. Eldest s. of the Rev. Edwin CressweU 
(next), V. of Seighford, Staffs. B. Sept. 10, 1856. Matric. 
Michs. 1876; Bell Scholar, 1877; Browne medal, 1878; 
Browne Scholar, 1878; Pitt Scholar, 1879; B.A. (Senior 
Classic) 1880; M.A. 1883; M.B. 1886; M.D. 1888. Fellow, 
1880-7. Hon. LL.D., London. At the London Hospital. 
M.R.C.S., 1885; M.R.C.P., 1889; F.R.C.P., 1894. House 
Surgeon and House Physician at the London Hospital. 
Assistant Demonstrator in Anatomy at Cambridge. Senior 
Consulting Physician, Guy's Hospital. Vice-Chancellor of 
London University, 1917-19; Principal Officer, 1920-6. In 
his 71st year went to Egypt; Director of the Faculty of 
Medicine in the University of Cairo; Hon. M.D., Cairo. 
Knighted, 1903; G.C.V.O., 1935. Chairman of the London 
School of Hygiene. Married, May 15, 1890, CaroUne Matilda, 
dau. of James McManus, of Killedan House, Kiltimagh, 
Co. Mayo, and had issue. Joint editor (with Dr A. H. Mann) 
of the anthem book used in King's chapel. Living at 
Worthing in 1930, where he died Dec. 17, 1938. {King's Coll. 
Reg.; Medical Directories; Burke, P. and B.; Walford, 
County Families; Who was Who; The Times, Dec. 10 and 22, 
1938.) 

PERRY, EDWIN CRESSWELL. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 25, 
1851. S. of William, of Darlaston, Staffs. B. there, 1828. 
Bapt. June 29, 1828. School, Dariaston. Matric. Michs. 1851 ; 
B.A. 1855; M.A. 1858. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1855; priest, 
1856. V. of Seighford, Staffs., 1861-99, and P.C. of Der- 
rington, 1880-99. Married Esther Cooper, dau. of Joseph 
Cockran, of Darlaston. Died Nov. 17, 1899, aged 71. Father 
of the above. (Venn, 11. 303; Crockford; The Times, Nov 18 
1899.) 

PERRY, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, June 29, 
1822. S. of John [of Moor Hall, Harlow, Essex]. B. at 
Harlow. School, Hackney, London. Matric. Michs. 1822- 
B.A. 1831; M.A. 1834. V. of Shudy Camps, Cambs., 1838-58'. 
Died May 27, 1858. M.I. in Bartlow church. Father of the 
next and of Richard P. (1855); brother of Charles (1823) and 
Richard (1817). (E. E. Phillips; G. Mag., 1858, i. 88.) 

PERRY, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Jan. 25, 
1853. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. George (above). B. at Arlesey] 
Beds. School, Clapham, London. Matric. Michs 1853' 
Scholar, 1856; B.A. {i(,th Wrangler) 1857; M.A. i860. Ord' 
deacon (Worcester) 1858; priest (Gloucester and Bristol) 1859- 

C. of Standish, Gloucs., 1858-61. C. of St George's, Cam- 

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Perry, John Watlington 

berwell, 1S61-4. Inc. of Christ Church, Falkirk, 1864-8. 
Assistant Master at the North London Collegiate School, 
1868-76. Second Master of the Brewers' School, 1876-9. 
C. of St Ethelburga's, Bishopsgate, London, 1878-9. C. of 
Harrismith, Orange Free State, 1881-92. C. of Witwaters- 
rand, 1892-5. C. of Jeppestown, 1895-6; R. there, 1896-1905. 
Canon of St Alban's Cathedral, Pretoria, 1905-6. V. of Shudy 
Camps, Cambs., 1906-10. R. of Kedington, Suffolk, 1910-28. 
Died Aug. 28, 1928, aged 93, at Kedington; buried at Shudy 
Camps. Brother of Richard P. (1855). {Crockford; The 
Times, Aug. 31, 1928; C. J. Fordyce.) 

PERRY [post PERRY-AYSCOUGH], GEORGE BOOTH. Adm. 
sizar at Trinity, June 9, 1857. S. of George Joseph. B. 
Jan. 16, 1838, at Aylburton, Gloucs. School, King's College, 
London. Matric. Michs. 1857; B.A. 1861. Ord. deacon 
(York) 1861; priest (Durham) 1863; C. of Holy Trinity, 
Stockton-on-Tees, 1861-4. C. of Wtnteringham, Lines., 
1864-5. C. of St Swithin's, Lincoln, 1865. C. of St John's, 
Withyham, Sussex, 1865-7. C. of St Faith's Mission, Maid- 
stone, 1867-8. V. of Appledore with Ebony, Kent, 1868-72. 
V. of Braboume with R. of Monk's-Horton, 1872-85. Died 
Aug. 31, 1885, at Braboume vicarage. {Crockford; The 
Guardian, Sept. 9, 1885.) 

PERRY, HAROLD ARTHUR. Adm. at King's, a scholar from 
Eton [Newcastle Scholar], Oct. 15, 1870. [3rd] s. of Walter 
Copland [barrister of the Middle Temple], of 5, Manchester 
Square, London. [B. 1850.] Matric. Michs. 1870; Browne 
medal, 1873; B.A. {gth Classic) 1874; M.A. 1877. Fellow, 
1875- Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 7, 1873. Called 
to the Bar, Jan. 26, 1878. Treasury Commissioner for the 
Macclesfield savings-bank enquiry, 1888. Resident Magis- 
trate for the district of St Thomas, Jamaica, 1892-6. Judge 
of the High Court of Appeal, Cairo, 1898-1912. Married, 
Mar. 14, 1892, Louisa, dau. of the Rev. Charles Lyndhurst 
Vaughan, of St Leonards-on-Sea. Latterly of Wilton Lodge, 
Queen's Crescent, Southsea. Died Feb. 21, 1941. {King's 
Coll. Reg.; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at 
the Bar; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The Times, Feb. 26, 
1941.) 

PERRY, HENRY JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pembroke, 
June 25, 1817. Eldest s. of John George, sweet-manufacturer, 
of London. B. there, July 9, 1800. School, Hammersmith 
(Dr Anderson). Matric. Mchs. 1817. Migrated to Jesus, 
Mar. 18, 1819; B.A. {16th Wrangler) 1821; M.A. 1824. Fellow 
of Jesus, 1827-44. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 22, 1819. 
Called to the Bar, Feb. i, 1825. Commissioner of Bankrupts 
for the district of Liverpool, 1846-69. Died May 29, 1869, 
at New Brighton. {Boase, 11. 1471; Inns of Court; Law Lists.) 

PERRY, HERBERT DUNCAN SMITH. Adm. pens, at Peter- 
house, May 9, 1891. S. of D. T., Esq. B. Oct. 17, 1872, in 
Liverpool. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 
1894. Sometime a tea-planter in Ceylon. A.M.I.C.E., 1902. 
In iDusiness in London, 1912. Of 10, Warwick Gardens, 
London, W., in 1910. (List of Carthusians.) 

PERRY, JEVON JAMES MUSCHAMP. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
Oct. 15, 1863. 3rd s. of the Rev. Edward (Worcester College, 
Oxford, 1821), V. of Llangattock, Monmouth. B. Dec. 7, 
1842, at Rockfield, Mon. School, Bishop's, Salop (Mr 
Newham). Matric. Michs. 1863; B.A. 1867; M.A. 1873. Ord. 
deacon (Salisbury, for Exeter) 1866; priest (Bp. of Montreal, 
for Exeter) 1868; C. of Honiton, Devon, 1866-7. C. of 
St Paul's, Penzance, 1867. C. of Sidbury, Devon, 1868; 
C. of Madron, Cornwall, 1869-72. V. of St'Paul's, Alnwick, 
Northumberland, 1872-1908. F.R.A.S. Died July 22, 1908. 
(Crockford; Cambridge Chronicle, July 31, 1908.) 

PERRY, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, June 22, 1787. 
Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1787; B.A. 1791. Probably 
the man of these names, only s. of John, of Holbom, London, 
who was adm. at Gray's Inn, June 30, 1797. Called to the 
Bar, June 13, 1804. Practised as an equity draftsman. Died 
June 12, 1847, at Gray's Inn. {Inns of Court; G. Mag., 1847, 
I. 105.) 

PERRY [post WATLINGTON-PERRY], JOHN WATLINGTON. 

Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, May 3, 1841. [Only] s. of 
Thomas, Esq., of Moor Hall, Harlow, Essex (and Maria 
Jane, dau. of George Watlington, of Aldenham, Herts.). 
B. [Dec. 7, 1823], in London. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1841; B..\. 1845; M.A. 1849. Succeeded his father, 
1833. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 22, 1844. Assumed 
the additional name of Wathngton, 1848. Of Moor Hall, 
Harlow. Major, Essex Yeomanry. A Commissioner of 
prisons. J. P. and D.L. for Essex; High Sheriff, 1855. J. P. 
for Herts, and Essex. M.P. for South Essex, 1859-65. 
Married, 1849, Margaret Emily, 3rd dau. of the Rev. Charles 
W. Ethelston. Died Feb. 24, 1882. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Inns 
of Court; Boase, iii. 1222; Walford, County Families; F. P. 
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PERRY, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Oct. 6, 

1817. [2nd] s. of John (by his 2nd wife, Mary Green). B. in 
London. School, Hackney. Matric. Michs. 1818; Scholar, 
1820; B.A. (14!^ Wrangler) 1822; M.A. 1825. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 19, 1821. Called to the Bar, May 25, 
1827. Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer. Of Chester 
Terrace, Regent's Park. Brother of George (1822) and 
Charles (1823). {Law Lists; Inns of Court; Burke, L.G.) 

PERRY, RICHARD PHILIP. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
May 31, 1855. 2nd s. of the Rev. George (1822), V. of Shudy 
Camps, Cambs. B. there. Did not reside. Brother of George 
(1853). 

PERRY, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 24, 1814. 
Of Essex. [2nd s. of Samuel, farmer, of Stock, Essex, and 
Eliza Criggins. B. 1786, at Great Baddow.] Matric. Easter, 
1824. Changed to a ' Ten-year man.' When (after 10 years) he 
had completed the residence and performed the exercises, he 
apphed to the Bishop of London for ordination, but the 
Bishop refused, unless he had first taken his degree. The 
B.D. under the Statutes of Elizabeth required previous 
ordination. So Perry wrote in 1825 two pamphlets of 
protest (now in College library). Became proprietor- Head 
Master of Shenfield Academy. Married, Sept. 5, 1816, 
Frances Head. Died 1845. Father of Samuel G. F. (1837) 
and of Alfred J. (1847). (F. P. White.) 

PERRY, SAMUEL EDGAR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 9, 
1861. [4thJ s. of John, of Cotham House, Bristol. B. there 
[Feb. 28], 1842. School, Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs. 
1861; B.A. 1865; M.A. 1868. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1865; priest, 
i856; C. of St Andrew-the-Less, Cambridge, 1865-74. V. of 
Chesterton, Cambridge, 1874-90. V. of Littleport, Cambs., 
1890-7. Died Dec. 8, 1897, at Boscombe, Bournemouth. 
(Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; Crockford; The Times, Dec. 11, 1897.) 

PERRY, SAMUEL GIDEON FREDERICK. Adm. sizar at 
St John's, June 10, 1837; re-adm. pens. Dec. 20, 1837. Of 
Essex. [S. of Samuel (1814) (and Frances Head).] Matric. 
Michs. 1837. Migrated to Trinity, June 12, 1838; B.A. 1841 ; 
M.A. 1844. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 1842; priest, 1843; 
C. of Clitheroe, Lanes., 1842-6. C. of Holy Trinity, Lambeth, 
1846-9. V. of Tottington, Lanes., 1849-81. Author, Second 
Synod of Ephesus, -with Syriac I'ranslation. Died June 21, 
1881, aged 63, at Tottington vicarage. Brother of Alfred J. 
(1847). (Scott, MSS.; Crockford; The Guardian, June 29, 



PERRY, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Caius, July 3, 1753. 
S. of Thomas, tailor, of Cambridge. B. at Newmarket. 
School, Bury St Edmunds. Scholar, 1753; matric. Michs. 
1754; B.A. 1757; M.A. 1760. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1758; 
priest, 1759; C. of St Margaret's, King's Lynn, 1758. C. of 
Long Melford, Suffolk, 1759. 'Chaplain at Goree in Africa, 
Oct. 1762, where he was killed by the explosion of a powder- 
magazine.' {Bury St Edmunds Sch. Reg.; Venn, 11. 69; 
Cambridge Chronicle, Mar. 5, 1763.) 

PERRY, THOMAS ERSKINE. Adm. pens, at Trinity H.\ll, 
Dec. I, 1823. [2nd] s. of James [editor of the Morning 
Chronicle]. B. [July 20, 1806], at Merton, Surrey. School, 
Charterhouse. Migrated to Trinity, Oct. 23, 1824. Matric. 
Michs. 1824; B.A. 1829. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 3, 1827. 
At the University of Munich, 1829-31. An ardent reformist. 
Hon. Sec, National Political Union, 1831. Founder of the 
Parliamentary Candidate Society, 1831. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, June 2, 1832. Called to the Bar, Nov. 21, 1834. On 
the Home Circuit, but devoted himself to law-reporting. 
Judge of the Supreme Court of Bombay, 1840-7. Knighted, 
1841. Chief Justice of India, 1S47-52; retired. President of 
the Indian Board of Education, 1842-52. M.P. for Devon- 
port, 1854-9. Member of the Council of India, 1859-82. 
A Perry Professorship in law was established at Bombay 
with the sum of £5000 subsrcibed by Indians as a testimonial 
to him. Married (i) 1834, Louisa, only child of James 
M'Elkiney, of Brighton; (2) June 6, 1855, EUzabeth Margaret, 
2nd dau. of Sir John van den Bempde-Johnstone, Bart. 
Author, legal and Indian. Died Apr. 22, 1S82, in London. 
Brother of the next. {Boose, 11. 1473; Law Lists; Inns of 
Court; Return of M.Ps.; D.N.B.; List of Carthusians.) 

PERRY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, Jan. 10, 
1 8 18. [Eldest] s. of James [manager of the Morning 
Chronicle], of London. B. [Mar. 15], 1801, at Merton, Surrey. 
School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1818; B.A. 1822. 
Master of the Horse to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, 1835. 
British Consul at Panama, 1841; Consul-General for the 
Adriatic coast, 1860-72. Knighted, by patent, June 27, 
1872. Resided in Venice, 1860-74, where he died Aug. 24, 
1874. Brother of the above. {List of Carthusians; Boa$e, 11. 
I474-) 



Peskett, Alfred 

PERRY, WILLIAM CORBETT. Adm. a scholar at St Catha- 
rine's, July 18, 1873. S. of George. B. at Darlaston, Staffs. 
Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1877; M.A. 1880. Ord. deacon 
(Wore.) 1881; priest, 1882. Second Master of Berkham- 
stead School, 1877-80. Head Master of King Edward's 
Grammar School, Stratford-on-Avon, 1880-4. Head Master 
of Queen Elizabeth's School, Dedham, 1884-90. Second 
Master of King Edward's School, Birmingham, 1890-3. 
Head Master of Queen Elizabeth's School, Worcester, 1893-8. 
R. of Willey, Warws., 1898-1916. V. of Ridgewell, Essex, 
1916-18. V. of Edlesborough, Bucks., 1918-26. R. of 
Kiddington, Oxon., 1926-7. R. of Withem, Lines., 1927-36. 
Married and had issue. Died Feb. 16, 1938, at Worthing. 
{Crockford; The Times, Feb. 18, 1938.) 

PERR/, WILLIAM VINCENT BLENCOWE. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Nov. 20, 1862. S. of John, of 4, Eaton Square, 
London. B. [Dec. 14], 1844, in London. School, Shrewsburv. 
Matric. Michs. 1863; B.A. 1868. Ord. deacon (Bath and 
WeUs) 1870; priest, 1871; C. of Milverton, Somerset, 1870-2. 
V. of Mickleton, Gloucs., 1872-96. V. of Sandhurst, Gloucs. 
1896-1903. Resided subsequently at Cheltenham, where he 
died July 16, 1929. {Crockford; The Times, July 19, 1929.) 

PERSHOUSE, FRANK. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 12, 
1866. Matric. Michs. 1866; exhibitioner; B.A. 1871. Died 
Apr. 30, 1897, aged 51, at Bedford. {The Tim.es, May 3, 
1897.) 

PERSHOUSE FRANK SYDNEY. Adm. at Trinity Hai,l, 1893. 
S. of Edward, Esq., of Beach Lawn, Waterloo, Liverpool. 
[B. Apr. 1876.] School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1893. 
Capt., Lanes. Artillery (M.), 1897. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Major, R.F.A.). (V ppingham Sch. Roll; Univ. War 
List; Army Lists.) 

PERSHOUSE, WILLIAM BRADNEY. Adm. at Cavendish H., 
Jan. 1884. Matric. Lent, 1884; B.A. iS88. 

PERSKAY, NICHOLAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Aug. 17, 1789. S. of Athanasius, of Moscow. School, St 
Petersburg. Doubtful if resided. 

PERSSE, CECIL DE BURGH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. i, 
1895. [4th] s. of Henry Sadleir, of Glenarde, Galway. B. 
[July 17], 1875, at Galway. Schools [Rugby and] Cheltenham 
College. Matric. Michs. 1895; B..-^. 1898. Ser\'ed in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Second Lieut., 7th Dragoon Guards, 
attached Irish Guards); died July 19, 1915, of wounds 
received in action. {Rugby Sch. Reg.; Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; 
Univ. War List.) 

PERT, FREDERICK JAMES. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i, 
1885. S. of James, draper. B. Sept. 19, 1868, at Gravesend. 
School, Park House, Gravesend (Mr J. Mallinson). Matric. 
Michs. 1885; B..\. 1888; M..\. 1905. Appointed to the 
I.C.S., 1888; Assistant Magistrate and Collector, United 
Provinces, 1888; Joint Magistrate, 1893; Settlement Of&cer, 
1894; Deputy Commissioner, 1898. Joint Secretary to the 
Revenue Board, 1899-1901; Magistrate and Collector, 1902; 
Commissioner, 1916; retired, Nov. 1923. Died Sept. 2, 1950, 
at Bournemouth. {I.C.S. Lists; The Times, Sept. 4, 1950.) 

PERTWEE, SYDNEY LEONARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 7, 1895. [3rd] s. of Charles, of Claremont, Chelmsford, 
Essex. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898. Died Sept. 20, 1900, 
aged 23, at Bamham, Sussex, as the result of his gun having 
discharged while he was crossing a fence. (Scott, MSS.; 
The Times, Sept. 24, 1900.) 

PESHALL, EDWARD WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
May I, 1821. [Youngest] s. of the Rev. Samuel (Pembroke 
College, Oxford, 1779), R. of Oldberrow, Worcs. [School, 
Bromsgrove.] Matric. Michs. 1821; B.A. 1825; M.A. 1828. 
In Holy Orders, but no cures recorded. Died Nov. 3, 1829. 
Brother of the next. {Bromsgrove Sch. Reg., which calls him 
Edward only, and states that he was B.A. of Oxford, took 
Orders in 1824, and died in 1826; G. Mag., 1829, 11. 571.) 

PESHALL, SAMUEL D'OYLY. M.A. 1842, incorp. from Oxford. 
[S. of the Rev. Samuel (Pembroke College, Oxford, i779)- 
R. of Oldberrow, Worcs. School, Bromsgrove.] Matric. 
from Worcester College, Oxford, June 27, 1809, age 17; B.A. 
(Oxford) 1813; M.A. (Oxford) 1815. R. of Moreton-Bagott, 
Worcs., 1819-59, and R. of Oldberrow, 1835-59. Died Jan. 
1859. Brother of the above. {Bromsgrove Sch. Reg.; Al. 
Oxon.; G. Mag., 1859, i. 215.) 

PESKETT, ALFRED. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Magdalene, 
July 22, 1876. S. of George, physician, deceased, of Beccles, 
Suffolk. School, Fauconberge [Beccles]. Matric. Michs. 1876; 
B.A. 1880; M.A. 1883. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1881; pnest, 
1884; C. of Dereham, Norfolk, 1881-92. R. of Long Stanton 
St Michael, Cambs., 1892-1922. Died Apr. 29, 1922, aged 65, 
at Cambridge. Brother of the next. {Crockford; The Times, 
May 3, 1922.) 



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PESKETT, ARTHUR GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 20) at 
Magdalene, July i, 1870. S. of George, physician, of 
Beccles, Suffolk, deceased. B. 1850, at Beccles. School, 
Fauconberge [Beccles]. Matric. Michs. 1870; Scholar; Battie 
Scholar, 1874; B.A. {Senior Classic and ist Chancellor's 
medal) 1875; M-'^- 1878. Fellow, 1875-1931; Tutor, 1896- 
1912; President, 1856. Senior Proctor, 1893-4 and 1903-4. 
Published editions of Caesar's De Bella Gallico and De Bella 
Civili; Cicero's Second Philippic, etc. Retired, 1912, and 
hved at Southwold. Died July 26, 1931, aged 81, at Norwich; 
buried at Southwold. Brother of the above. (Schoolmasters' 
Directories; The Times, July 29, 1931; Cambridge Review, 
Oct. 9, 1931.) 

PESKETT, ARTHUR WILLIAM CHALMERS. Adm. at Caius, 
Oct. I, 1875. S. of VViUiam, M.D. [Surgeon-Major] of the 
Indian Army. B. .■\ug. 23, 1857, at Sirnla. Schools. Yarmouth 
and Eastman's Academy, Southsea, Hants. Matric. Michs. 
1875. Migrated to Downing, Oct. 28, 1878; B.A. 1879; M.A. 
1882; M.B. and B.Chir. 1885. At Guy's and the London 
Hospital. M.R.C.S., 1882; L.S.A., 1882. House Surgeon and 
House Physician at the London Hospital. Practising at 
Bumham, Somerset (1890), at Nottingham (1900), and at 
iSrighton (1910). Died Nov. 22, 1912. (Venn, 11. 420; 
Medical Directories; The Times, Nov. 25, 1912.) 

FETCH, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1886. Of Yorkshire. S. of John Stather, of Thome 
Road, Doncaster. B. Jan. 11, 1867, at North Cave, E. Yorks. 
Schools, Pocklington and Doncaster Grammar. Matric. 
Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1909. Assistant Master at the 
Grammar School, King WiUiam's Town, Cape Colony, for 
2 J years; at the Grammar School, East London, for 3 years. 
Served in the South African War, 1898-1901. Assistant 
Master at Elland Grammar School, Yorks., 1903; at Bracon- 
dale School, Norwich, 1903-6; at Mirfield Grammar School, 
1906-12. Lecturer in EngUsh at the Handelsgymnasium, 
Bergen, Norway, 1912-18-. (Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

PETCH, JOHN. Adm. pens (age 19) at Jesus, Oct. 7, 1793. 
S. of George, attomey-at-law, of Kirby Moorside, Yorks. 

B. there [Jan. 23, 1775]. Bapt. Feb. 11, 1775. School, 
Thornton (Mr Mackrett). Matric. Lent, 1795; B.A. 1799. 
Ord. deacon (York) July i, 1798; priest, July 21, 1799. 

C. of Sleights, Yorks., 1801-8. C. of North Cave, 1804-8. 
V. of North Cave, 1808-18. Died June 29, 1818, aged 45. 
(G. Mag., 1818, 11. 381; Clerical Guide; T. H. Hill.) 

PETCH, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, May 16, 1837. 
S. of Robert, Esq. B. at Kirby Moorside, Yorks. [School, 
probably Durham (1831-7).] Matric. Michs. 1837. One of 
these names was a solicitor at Kirby Moorside in 1887. 
(Durham Sch. Reg.) 

PETCH, REGINALD WALTER TATTON. Adm. pens, at 
Corpus Christi, Oct. i, 1890. Of Hants. S. of W. H., 
Captain, of ' Ravenswood,' Havelock Road, Southsea. B. 
Sept. 22, 1871, at Portsmouth. School, Portsmouth 
Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1890; Scholar, 1891; B.A. 1893; 
M.A. 1901. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1894; priest, 1895; 
C. of St Stephen's, South Lambeth, 1894-6. C. of St Mary's, 
Kilbum, 1897-1903. V. of St Paul's, Sale, Cheshire, 1903-12. 
R. of St Paul's, Kersal Moor, Lanes., 1912-42. Hon. Canon 
of Manchester, 1935-42. Not found in Crockford, 1947. 

PETCH, SAVILE CHARLES. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 6, 1890. 
[S. of W., of Aldingham Hall, Ulverston. B. Mar. 1872.] 
Schools, Feversham (sic) and Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 
1890; B..\. 1893. Called to the Bar, Middle Temple, May 12, 
1897. Died Sept. 9, 1943, aged 70, at Gainsborough House, 
Milbome Port, Somerset. (Uppingham Sch. Roll; Law Lists; 
The Times, Sept. 11, 1943.) 

PETER [post THOMAS-PETER], JOHN FRANKLEN. Adm. 
pens, at St John's, Mar. 8, 1870. [Eldest s. of John Lake, 
soUcitor [registrar of Redruth County Court, Cornwall] (and 
Mary Selina). B. [Jan. 16, 1851], at Redruth. Bapt. Apr. 22, 
1851. [School, Sherborne.] Matric. Michs. 1870; B.A. 1874. 
Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 5, 1873. Called to the Bar, 
June 13, 1877. Sometime of Paignton, and subsequently of 
Treviles, Cornwall. Assumed the name of Thomas-Peter in 
1874, according to the will of his uncle, John Thomas Henry 
Peter, of Chiverton and Harlyn, who left him all his property. 
Married Aug. i, 1878, Mary Elizabeth, dau. of George 
Nutcombe Oxenham, barristcr-at-law. Died 1897. Brother 
of the next. (Sherborne Sch. Reg.; Boase, Collect. Cornub., 
725; Scott, MSS.; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at 
the Bar.) 



Peters, Edmund 

PETER, LEWIS GODOLPHIN. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Nov. 14, 1871. S. of John Lake, solicitor (and Mary Selina, 
dau. of Thurston Collins, of St Colomb, Cornwall). B. 
[Jan. 19, 1853], at West End, Redruth, Cornwall. Bapt. 
Mar. 5, 1853. [School, Sherborne.] Matric. Michs. 1872; 
B.A. 1876; M.A. 1879. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1876; 
priest, 1877; C. of Alverstoke, Hants., 1876-8. C. of Bed- 
dington, Surrey, 1878-81. C. of Holy Trinity, Harrow Green, 
Essex, 1881-4. C. of Great Berkhamsted, Herts., 1884-7. 
C. of the Slad, Gloucs., 1888-90. R. of East Quantockshead, 
Somerset, 1890-1909. Married, Apr. 3, 1883, Ellen EUzabeth 
Catherine, dau. of Xavier Bomeque, of Croydon. Died in 
1909. Brother of the above. (Sherborne Sch. Reg.; Boase, 
Collect. Cornub., 725; Crockford.) 

PETER [post PETRE], ROBERT GODOLPHIN. Adm. pens, 
[age 19) at Jesus, June 24, 1837. [3rd] s. of William (Christ 
Church, Oxford, 1803) [of Harlyn, Cornwall, .M.P. for Bodmin, 
H.B.M. Consul for Pennsylvania] (and Frances, dau. of John 
Thomas, of Chiverton, Cornwall). B. [July 31, 1818], in 
Cadogan Place, London. School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 
1838; B.A. (4th Classic) 1S42; M..A.. 1845. Fellow; Tutor, 
1858-60. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1845; priest, 1846. C. of St 
Alphege, Canterbury, 1848-51. R. of St George-the-Martyr, 
Canterbviry, 185 1-8. R. of Cavendish, Suffolk, 1860-95. 
Rural Dean of Clare, 1884-91. Spelt his name Petre from 
1898. Married, Dec. 6, i860, Catherine Stewart, dau. of the 
Rev. Alfred LyaU, of Harbledown, Kent. Author, Manual 
of Prayer for Students. Resided latterly at Canterbury. Died 
Oct. 14, igio. (Repton Sch. Reg.; Boase, Collect. Cornub.; 
Jesus Coll. Notes; H. A. Morgan, Memoirs; Corn-wall Reg.; 
The Times, Oct. 17, 1910.) 

PETER-HOBLYN, HENRY GODOLPHIN. Adm. pens, at 
Peterhouse, Oct. I, 1887. [3rd] s. of John Harris (who, 
on succeeding his uncle in 1865, had assumed the additional 
name of Hoblyn), deceased, of Colquite, Cornwall (and 
Emily, dau. of the Rev. John Kingdon, R. of Michaelstowe, 
Cornwall). B. June 17, 1869. School, Newton Abbot College. 
Matric. Michs. 1887. Of Colquite, Washaway, Cornwall. 
J. P. for Cornwall, 1914. Married and had issue. (Kelly, 
Handbook; Burke, L.G.; F. P. White.) 

PETERKIN, GEORGE GRANT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Jan. 23, i860. [2nd s. of Lieut. -Col. Peter (and Mary Anne 
Peterldn). B. 1839. School, Brighton College.] Matric. Lent, 
i860. Ensign, 45th Foot, 1861; Lieut., 1864; retired, 1872. 
Member of the Scottish Shooting VIII competing for the 
Elcho Shield at Wimbledon in 1862 and 1864. J.P. for 
Elginshire. Brother of the next. (Brighton Coll. Reg. 
(Grant-Peterkin) ; Army Lists.) 

PETERKIN, JAMES GRANT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
May 30, i860. [Eldest s. of Lieut. -Col Peter Grant (who 
assumed the name Peterkin on marriage (1836) (and Mary 
Anne, dau. of James Peterkin). B. 1837. School, Brighton 
College.] Matric. Michs. i860; B.A. 1864; M..'\. 1867. 
Member of the Scottish Shooting VIII in the match for the 
Elcho Shield, Wimbledon, 1867. Of Grange and Greshop, 
Morayshire. J.P. and D.L. for Morayshire. Married, 1870, 
Kate Annie, dau. of Henry William White, Esq., of Monar, 
Ross-shire, and of Lentran, Invemess-shire, and had issue. 
Died in 1900. Brother of the above. (BriglUon Coll. Reg. 
(Grant-Peterkin); Walford, County Families (sub his son, 
Lieut. -Col. Montagu James).) 

PETERS, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 2, 
1882. S. of Edward, soUcitor, of St Peter's Grove, York. 
B. Aug. 30, 1863, at Park Place, York. School, St Peter's, 
York. Matric. Michs. 1882; Scholar, 1883; B.A. 1885. Adm. 
Solicitor, Dec. 1889; practised (Messrs Bickers and Peters), 
at Tadcaster and York. (Latv Lists, until 1920.) 

PETERS [post TURTON], EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
Oct. 30, 1811. 3rd s. of the Rev. WiUiam (Kxeter College, 
Oxford, 1779), Preb.of Lincoln, and R. of Knipton, Leics. (for 
whoins^^D.N.B.KandMargaret.dau.of the Rev. John Knows- 
ley, of Burton Agnes, Yorks.). [B. Apr. 27, 1796.] Doubtful if 
resided. Adm. at Christ Church, Oxford, whence he matric. 
Oct. 27, 1814, age 18. Of Brasted Park, Kent. Assumed, by 
Royal Licence, 18 17, the name of Turton, in compliance with 
the' will of Mary, widow of Dr John Turton, who left him the 
bulk of his large fortune. Married, Apr. 1822, Marianne, dau. 
of Robert Bell-Livesev, of Kildalc. Yorks. J.P. and D.L. for 
North Riding; J.P. for Kent. M.P. for Hcdon, Yorks., 
1818-20. Died in i8s7. Brother of John W. (1809). (Al. 
Oxon.; F. P. White; liurke, L.G.) 



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PETERS, EDWIN ARTHUR. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1887. 
[3rd] s. of Edwin, of St Leonard's-on-Sea. B. [Apr. 16], 
1868, at Mersttiam, Surrey. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 
Michs. 1S87; (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1889) ; B.A. 1891 ; 
M.B. and B.Chir. 1896; M.D. 1900. At Guy's Hospital. 
M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1894; F.R.C.S., 1903. House Physician 
at Guy's Hospital. Practised at 41, Wimpole Street, London, 
1900-45. Surgeon (Ear, Nose and Throat Dept.), University 
College Hospital, and Bolingbroke Hospital. Senior Clinical 
Assistant, Throat Hospital, Golden Square and Royal Eye 
Hospital. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., 
R.A..M.C.; mentioned in despatches). President of the 
Otological Section of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1935. 
Author, Diseases of the Ear, etc. Died Jan. 29, 1945; buried 
at Netley Abbey, Hants. Brother of William K. (1886). 
{Venn, n. 491; Univ. War List; Medical Directories; The 
Times, Jan. 31, 1945.) 

PETERS, EDWIN ERNEST, .^dm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1896. S. of the Rev. George, of 15, Selbome Street, 
Liverpool [V. of St Thomas's, Liverpool]. B. Oct. 16, 1876, 
at Dundalk, Ireland. School, Liverpool College. Matric. 
Michs. 1896; Scholar, 1897; B..\. 1899; U..\. 1913. Ord. 
deacon (Chichester) 1899; priest, igoo; C. of Newhaven, 
1899-igoi. C. of Aigburth, Lanes., 1901-4. C. of Bedworth, 
Warws., 1904-7. C. of St Paul's, Warrington, Lanes., 
1907-13. C. of Bingley, 1913-15. V. of Silsden, Yorks., 
1915-47. Rural Dean of S. Craven, Yorks. Died Oct. 13, 
1947, at Maidenhead. (Crockford; The Times, Oct. 14, 1947.) 

PETERS, GEORGE. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 18) at Jesus, Feb. 7, 
1804. [Eldest] s. of Henrj- (next), Esq., of Betchworth Castle, 
Dorking. B. in London. School, Harrow. Matric. Lent, 
1804. Accidentally drowned, with two friends, by the up- 
setting of their saiUng-boat off Woolwich, Oct. i, 1805; 
buried at St Andrew's, Holbom. Brother of Henry (iSrg). 
(Harrow Sch Reg.; G. Mag., 1805, 11. 976-7; P. E. Towell.) 

PETERS, HENRY. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 18) at St John's, 
Mar. 10, 1781. [2nd] s. of George, Esq., merchant [a directoi 
of the Bank of England], of London. Matric. Easter, 1781; 
B.A. 1785; M.A. 1788. Adm. at Lincohi's Inn, Nov. 26, 1777. 
Bought the lease of Betchworth Castle, Dorking, Surrey, 
1798, where he resided until his death. Partner in the firm 
of Masterman and Co., bankers, of 34, Nicholas Lane, 
London. Lord of the Manor of Teddington. M.P. for Oxford, 
1796-1S02. High Sheriff of Surrey, 1818. Married, Jan. 10, 
1785, Miss C. Morrison. Died Dec. 21, 1827, in Park Street, 
Grosvenor Square, London; buried at St Andrew's, Holbom. 
Father of the above and of the next. (P. E. Towell; Inns of 
Court; G. Mag., 1827, 11. 646.) 

PETERS [post BURTON], HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Jan. 18, i8og. [2nd] s. of Henry (above), of Betchworth 
Castle, Dorking. [B. in 1792. School, Harrow.] Matric. 
Lent, 1810; B.A. 1S13; M.A. 1817. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
May 7, 1816. J. P. and D.L. for Surrey. Assumed the name 
of Burton, 1822. Of Hotham Hall, Yorks. M.P. for Beverley, 
1830-7. Married (i) Jan. 25, 1814, Caroline Mary Susannah, 
eldest dau. of John Campbell, Master in Chancery; (2) 1819. 
Sarah, dau. of General Christie Burton; (3) 1870, Mary 
Cartwright. Died at Bath in 1875. Brother of George (1804). 
{Harrow Sch. Reg.; Inns of Court; P. E. Towell.) 

PETERS, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 4, 
1853. S. of William, of Ashfold, Crawley, Sussex. B. at 
Beckenham Place, Kent. School, private. Migrated to 
Magdalene, Nov. 13, 1853. Matric. Michs. 1853. 

PETERS, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Clare, Nov. 9, 1866. S. of — , 
Esq., of Wouldham Hall, Rochester, Kent. Matric. Michs. 
i866. Migrated to Peterhouse, Oct. 13, 1869. Died June 25, 
1939, aged 91, at Bournemouth; buried at Rochester. 
{The Times, June 29, 1939.) 

PETERS, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 1889. S. of 
Henry [law-stationer, of Warwick Court, Gray's Inn, 
London]. B. Sept. 27, i868, in London. [School Merchant 
Taylors'.] Matric. Michs. 1889. Died Sept. 12, 1803. 
{Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.) 

PETERS, jOHN WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 26, 
1809. Eldest s. of the Rev. WiUiam (Exeter College, Oxford, 
1779)- Preb. of Lincohi, and R. of Knipton, Leics., and 
Woolsthorpe, Lines. B. Mar. 13, 1791, in London. Schools, 
Oakham (Mr Bradford), Leicester (Mr Bullen) and Richmond 
(Mr Tate). Matric. Michs. 1810; B..'\. 1814; M.A. 1817. Ord. 
deacon (Lincohi) 1814; priest (Norwich) July 9, 1815. R. of 
Quenington, Gloucs., 1822-34. V. of Langford, Oxon., 
1825-34. P.C. of .Ampney St .Mar;,-, Gloucs., 1823-33. Married 
Catherine, dau. of Sampson Colclough, of Baconiield, Newark. 
Seceded from the Church of England, 1834. Died at Ryde, 
Sept. 12, 1861, 'aged 50' (sic). The D.N.B. states that 'the 



Petherick, George Tallack 

Rev. John McWiUiam {sic) Peters, R. of Quenington', married, 
in 1833, Mary Bowley (afterwards the well-known hymn- 
writer), and that he died in 1834. Brother of Edmund (1811). 
{Clerical Journal, 1837; Foster, Index Eccles.; Burke, L.G 
(sMfiTurton); F. P.White.) 

PETERS, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, May 18, 
1846. S. of Thomas, of Monkgate, York. B. at York. 
Doubtful if resided. 

PETERS, JOSEPH STELEWELL. Adm. pens, (age 21) at 
Pembroke, Oct. 6, 18S1. Eldest s. of Joseph, Esq., deceased, 
of Wouldham Hall, near Rochester, Kent. B. there. [School, 
Malvern CoUege.] Matric. Michs. 1881. Of Quarry Dean, 
Merstham, Surrey. Died Nov. 3, 1936, aged 75. {The Times, 
Nov. 4, 1936; Malvern Coll. Reg. ('Stilwell').) 

PETERS, MICHAEL NOWELL. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Peter- 
house, May I, 1818. Of Cornwall. [2nd s. of John (and 
Catherine Usticke, of Penwame). B. 1790.] Matric. Michs, 
i8r8; B.A. 1822; M.A. 1844. Adm. ad eundem at Oxford, 
July I, 1851. Served in the Royal Cornwall Light Infantry, 
1820. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Mar. 3, 1822; priest, 1824. 
V. of Madron and Morvah, Cornwall, 1838-80. Purchased 
Eshay Park, Penwame. Married, June 6, 1818, Anne, dau. 
and heiress of the Rev. William Borlase, of Castle Homeck, 
and had issue. Died Jan. 29, 1880, aged 90, at Penzance; 
buried in Madron churchyard. {T. A. Walker, 402; Boase, 
Collect. Cornub., 719 and 728; Al. Oxon.; Crockfvrd.) 

PETERS, RALPH ENTWISLE. .-Vdm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 18, 
1861. S. of the Rev. Thomas (St Alban Hall, Oxford, 1831), 
of Eastington, Gloucs. (and Frances, dau. of the Rev. John 
Adey Curtis Hayward, of Quedgely House, Gloucs.). B. 
[Feb.] 1843, at Eastington. School, Dorset (private). Matric. 
Lent, 1862. Married, Oct. 1868, Rose Harriet, dau. of 
Lieut. -Col. Robert M'NaJr, of the Bengal Army. Died before 
Sept. 1890. Fatherof Thomas E.( 1 890). (Burke, L.G.) 

PETERS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 6, 1853. 
S. of Thomas. B. May 6, 1833, in London. School, King's 
College, London. Matric. Michs. 1853; B.A. 1857. Ord. 
deacon (Worcester) 1859; priest, i860; C. of St Nicholas, 
Warwick, 1859-61. C. of St Thomas, Stamford HiU, London, 
1861-3. C. of Nunney, Somerset, 1864-6. C. of St Mary 
Magdalen, Taunton, i866-g. C. of Holy Trinity, Bridgwater, 
1872-3. V. of Burstock, Dorset, 1873-1902. Died Apr. 8, 
1902. (Peile, II. 530; Crockford.) 

PETERS, THOMAS ENTWISLE. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Sept. 3C, 1890. Of Dorset. S. of Ralph Entwistle (1861), 
deceased. B. Apr. i, 1872, at WejTnouth. School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1890. Of Park Postyn, near Crawley, in 1904. 
Died Aug. 22, 1944, 'at his home in British Columbia'. {The 
Times, Sept. g, 1944.) 

PETERS, WILLIAM KINGSNORTH. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Pembroke, Oct. i, 1886. [2nd] s. of Edwin, merchant 
[cement manufacturer], of Merstham, Surrey. B. there 
[.\pr. 2, 1867]. [School, Charterhouse.] Matric. Michs. 1886; 
B.A. (Mod. Lang. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) i88g. Partner in 
the firm of Peters Bros., portland cement manufacturers. 
Of Laverock, Brockenhurst, Hants. Died Oct. 29, 1943. 
Brother of Edwin A. (1887). {The Times, Nov. i, 1943; 
Charterhouse Reg.) 

PETERSON, ANDREW THOMAS TURTON. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Oct. 17, 1836. [Only s. of Henry, of Wakefield, 
Yorks. B. Jan. 8, 1813. School, Shrewsbury, until 1829.] 
Sometime in the mercantile marine. Matric. Michs. 1836. 
Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 30, 1836. Called to the 
Bar, Jan. 27, 1843. ."^dm. ad eundem at Gray's Inn, Nov. 26, 
1874. On the Home Circuit. Subsequently practised before 
the Supreme Court of Calcutta for 22 years. Judge of the 
High Court, Calcutta. Retired about 1868, and settled at 
Drumdiran, afterwards known as Amwood Towers, in the 
New Forest. There he built, as an experiment in the use of 
Portland cement, Peterson's Tower, 218 ft. in height, still 
a well-kno^vn landmark. Married, June, 1838, Charlotte 
Myers, dau. of Col. James Pattison St Clair. Died Nov. 29, 
1906, aged 93. {Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; Inns of 
Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; E. A. B. Barnard.) 

PETHERICK, GEORGE TALLACK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 22, 1879. [Only] s. of George, of Porthpean House, 
St .A.ustell, Cornwall (and Emily Barratt). B. there, Apr. 22, 
i860. School, Sherborne. Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883; 
M.A. 1886. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 6, 1880. Called 
to the Bar, May 7, 1884. On the Western Circuit. Of Porth- 
pean House, St Austell. J. P. for Cornwall, 1903; High 
Sheriff of Cornwall, 1917-18. Joint Chairman, Cornwall 
Quarter Sessions, 1918-31. Married, Dec. 9, 1885, Edith, 
dau. of John Berryman, surgeon, of St Austell, and had 
issue. Died Nov. 6, 1941. {Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, 
Men at the Bar; Fox-Davies, Armorial Fa»ti/t«; Burke, L.G.; 
The Times, Nov. 8, 1941.) 



Pethick, Charles Stuart 

PETHICK, CHARLES STUART. Adm. pens, at Downing, 
Oct. i8, 1884. [S. of S., Esq. B. May 29, 1864. School, 
Kelly College, Tavistock.] Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887; 
M.B., B.Chir. and M.A. 1891. At St Bartholomew's Hospital. 
M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1890. Resident Medical Officer, Royal 
Free Hospital. Practised at Woolton, Liverpool. Medical 
Officer of Health, Little Woolton. J.P. for Liverpool. Of 
406, Woolton Street, Woolton, Liverpool, in 1940. {Kelly 
Coll. Reg. ; Medical Directories.) 

PETHICK-LAWRENCE, FREDERICK WILLIAM (1891), see 
LAWRENCE, F. W. 

PETHYBRIDGE, GERALD HEYWARD. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, Aug. 2, 1894. S. of John Stranger [died Oct. 9, 
1887], late manager of the East Cornwall bank, Bodmin (and 
Susan Mudge). B. there, Aug. 13, 1875. School, Plymouth 
CoUege (Mr F. H. Colson). Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1899; 
M.A. 1930. Assistant Master at Kent House School, East- 
bourne, 1897-1903; at St Christopher's School, Eastbourne, 
from 1903 (partner, 1929-). (Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

PETIT, JOHN HAYES. Adm. pens, at Queens', Jan. 29, 1789. 
Of Middlesex. [Eldest s. of John Lewis, physician (next). 
B. May 3, 1771.] Matric. Michs. 1790; B.A. 1793; M.A. 1796. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 24, 1789. P.C. of Shareshill, 
Staffs., 1811-22. J.P. for Stafis. Of Coton Hall, Alveley, 
Salop. Married, July 31, 1800, Harriet, dau. of John Astley, 
Esq., of Dukinfield Lodge, Cheshire. Died July 26, 1822. 
Brother of Lewis H. (1792); father of John L. (1819). (Inns 
of Court; G. Mag., 1822, 11. 186.) 

PETIT, JOHN LEWIS. Adm. pens, at Queens', July 9, 1752. 
Of Staffordshire. [Eldest s. of John (1714), of Little 
Aston Hall, Shenstone. B. 1736.] Matric. Michs. 1752; B.A. 
1756; M.A. 1759; M.D. 1766. F.R.C.P., 1767; Censor, 1768, 
1774, and 1777; Gulstonian Lecturer, 1768. Physician to St 
George's Hospital, 1770-4, and to St Bartholomew's Hospital, 
1774-80. F.R.S., 1759. Married, Nov. 1769, Katherine 
Laetitia, dau. of the Rev. James Serces, preacher at the French 
Chapel Royal, London. Died May 27, 1780; buried in St 
Anne's, Soho. Father of John H. (above) and Lewis H. 
(1792). (Misc. Gen. et Her., N.S., iv; Munk, 11. 280; D.N.B.) 

PETIT, JOHN LOUIS (or LEWIS). Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, Mar. i6, 1819. [Eldest] s. of John Hayes (1789) 
[P.C. of Shareshill, Staffs.]. B. [May 31, 1801], at Ashton, 
Lanes. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1819; Scholar, 1822; 
B.A. 1823; M.A. 1826. Adm. ad eundem at Oxford, 1850. 
F.S.A., 1850. Ord. deacon, 1824; priest, 1825. From 1839 
spent his time chiefly in visiting and sketching old churches 
in England and abroad. C. of Bradfield, Essex, 1840-8. 
Lived at Uplands, Shifnal, Salop, from 1849-64, and sub- 
sequently at Lichfield. Published numerous architectural 
works, including Architectural Studies in France. A founder 
of the British Archaeological Institute (at Cambridge) in 1844, 
Hon. M.I.B.A. Married, June 17, 1828, Louisa Elizabeth, 
dau. of George Reid, Esq., of Trelawny, Jamaica. Died 
Dec. 1, 1868, at Lichfield; buried at Greenhill. The last male 
representative of his family. (Eton Sch. Lists; At. Oxon.; 
Boase, 11. 1479; D.N.B., which says he undertook no 
parochial work; W. Cooper; Bryan, Dictionary of Painters; 
Misc. Gen. et Her., N.S., iv. 14.) 

PETIT, LEWIS HAYES. Adm. pens, at Queens', Mar. 28, 1792. 
Of Middlesex. [3rd s. of John Lewis (1752), M.D. B. Nov. g, 
1774.] Matric. Michs. 1792; B.A. 1796; M.A. 1799. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 2, 1791. Called to the Bar, 1801. On the 
Chester and North Wales Circuit. M.P. for Ripon, 1827-32. 
Commissioner of Public Records, 1835. F.S.A., 1803; 
F.R.S., 1807; F.L.S.; F.G.S.; F.R.A.S. Died Nov. 13, 1849. 
Brother of John H. (1789). (Inns of Court; Return of M.Ps.; 
W. R. Williams, MSS.) 

PETIT, PAUL. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. i, 1878. 
Of Middlesex. S. of P. J. B., of 82, St Paul's Road, Canon- 
bury, London. B. there, Dec. 25, 1856. Matric. Michs. 1878; 
B.A. 1882; M.A. 1886. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1882; priest, 1883; 
C. of St Luke's, Cambridge, 1882-4. C. of Aylesford, Kent, 
1884-5. C. of Manchester Cathedral, 1885-7. Priest-Vicar 
of Lichfield and Chaplain of Lichfield Theological CoUege, 
1887-9. Warden of the S.P.C.K. Church Training College for 
Lay Workers, 1889-93. Secretary, A.C.S., 1893-1932. 
Member of Archbishop's Committee on Church Finance, 
1909-14, and of the Central Board of Finance, 1915-21. 
Lie. Preacher, dio. of London, 1890-1941. Hon. Canon of 
Canterbury, 1904-41. Died Sept. 7, 1941; buried at 
Brompton. (Crockford; The Times, Sept. 9, 1941.) 

PETLEY, CHARLES RALPH CARTER. Adm. at Pembroke, 
Oct. 1900. [Only] s. of Charles Carter, architect [of River- 
head, Kent (and Kathleen, dau. of Col. Munns, of St Martin's, 
Canterbury)]. B. June 5, 1877, at Ventnor, Isle of Wight. 
School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1900. Called to the 



Peto, Morton Kelsall 

Bar, Inner Temple, June 23, 1909. On the South-Eastem 
Circuit. Lieut., Indian Staff Corps, 1914. Latterly of River- 
head, Kent. (Law Lists; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families.) 
PETLEY, JAMES LEDGER WARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 12, 1882. S. of Thomas, gent, (and EUzabeth). B. at 
Staplehurst, Kent. Bapt. Apr. 24, 1863. School, Sutton 
Valence Grammar (Mr J. D. Kingdon). Matric. Michs. 1882; 
B.A. 1885; M.A. 1889. Ord. deacon (Chichester) 1886; priest, 
1887; C. of Pevensey, Sussex, 1886-7. C. of Withyham, 
1887-9. C. of Oving, 1889-95. C. of Maresfield, 1895-9. 
V. of Flitwick, Beds., 1899-1926. Rural Dean of Ampthill, 
1919-26. Died Jan. 11, 1940, at Fairfield House, Uckfield, 
Sussex. (Crockford; The Times, Jan. 13, 1940.) 

PETLEY, RALPH ROBERT CARTER. Adm. Fell.-Com. at 
Queens', Nov. 26, 1770. Of Kent. [Eldest s. of Charles, 
Esq., storekeeper of the Ordnance, of Chatham, Kent (and 
afterwards of Riverhead, Sevenoaks). B. June 24, 1753. 
Schools, Tonbridge (c. 1764) and Eton.] Of Riverhead, 
Kent. Capt., West Kent Militia. Married, May 5, 1778, 
Elizabeth, dau. of Alexander Campbell, M.D., of Poole, 
Dorset. Died June 19, 1788, at Langham, Dorset. (Tonbridge 
Sch. Reg.; Eton Coll. Reg.; Misc. Gen. et Her., N.S., iv. 349; 
G. Mag., 1788, 1. 562.) 

PETMAN, CHARLES EARLE SEVAN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 12, 1885. [2nd] s. of Henry Charles Bevan, of Brooklyn, 
Osborne Road, Clifton, Bristol. B. Sept. 9, 1866, at Alla- 
habad, India. [School, private.] Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 
i888; LL.M. 1902. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Oct. 25, 1886. 
Called to the Bar, Apr. 30, 1890. Assistant Legal Remem- 
brancer to the Government of the Punjab, 1899. Com- 
missioner to inquire into frauds in the Commissariat Dept., 
1900. Government Advocate, Punjab, 1909. CLE., 1919. 
Judge of the High Court at Lahore, igig; resigned, 1920. 
Author, legal. Died Mar. 24, 1939. For his brother Bertram 
Amor (1889), see sub Bevan-Petman. (I.C.S. Lists; Law 
Lists; Inns of Court; Who was Who; R. L. Lloyd.) 

PETO, ALFRED HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 24, 1870. 
Did not reside. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, Oct. 1, 1870. 
[3rd] s. of James, Esq. [of Lowestoft] (and Mary, dau. of 
John Lawrence, of Bisham, Berks.). B. [Feb. 25, 1851], at 
Kirkley, Suffolk. School, Blackheath. Matric. Michs. 1870; 
B.A. 1874; M.A. 1877. Ord. deacon (Norwich 1874; priest, 
1875; C. of Halesworth, Suffolk, 1874-6. C. of Eaglescliffe, 
Durham, 1876-87. C. of St James, Stockton-on-Tees, 1887-9. 
V. of Sykehouse, Yorks, 18S9-1900. C. of St George's, Leeds, 
1900-2. C. of Christ Church, Leeds, igo2-6. V. of St James, 
Selby, 1906-g. Married, July 3, 1878, Mary Jane, dau. of 
C. Nielson, of Hartlepool. Resided subsequently at Leeds, 
where he died Nov. 22, 1915, aged 64. (Scott, MSS.; 
Crockford; Burke, P. and B.; The Times, Nov. 24, 1915.) 

PETO, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 14, 1862. [Eldest] 
s. of Sir Samuel Morton [1st] Bart., of Somerleyton, Suffolk 
(and Mary, dau. of Thomas de la Garde Grissell, of Stockwell, 
Surrey). B. [Aug. 10], 1840, in London. School, Amersham, 
Bucks, [and at University College, London, where he had 
graduated B.A. 1861]. Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 1S66; M.A. 
1869. President of the Union, 1865. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, Jan. 15, 1864. Called to the Bar, Nov. 18, 1867. 
Practised for some years. Succeeded as 2nd Bart., 1889. 
Purchased the Chedington Court Estate, Misterton, Somerset. 
J.P. and D.L. for Somerset; High Sheriff, 1897-8. Married, 
July 16, 1874, Mary, younger dau. of the Rev. Thomas 
Fuller, V. of St Peter's, Eaton Square, London. Died Apr. 6, 
ig38, at Chedington Court. Step-brother of Morton K. (1863) 
and William H. (1866). (Laiu Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, 
Men at the Bar; Burke, P. and B.; Fox-Davies, Armorial 
Families; Walford, County Families; Who was Who; The 
Times, Apr. 8, ig38.) 

PETO, JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 29, 1808. Of 
Essex. [B. at Stratford.] Schools, St Paul's, and Ipswich. 
Migrated to Trinity Hall, June 28, 1809. Matric. Michs. 1810; 
Scholar, 1810; LL.B. 1814. Ord. deacon (Ely) Sept. 25, 1814; 
priest, Sept. 24, 1815. C. of Eastry and Worth, Kent, 1820. 
Lecturer in Deal Chapel, 1822. P.C. of Guston and of West 
Langdon, 1830-6. R. of Charlton, 1829-36. V. of Preston- 
next-Faversham, 1S37-78. Died Mar. 17, 1878, aged 89. 
(The Times, Mar. 19, 1878; F. P. White.) 

PETO, MORTON KELSALL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 5, 
1863. [and] s. of Sir Samuel Morton [ist] Bart., of Somer- 
leyton, Suffolk (and his 211(1 wife, Sarah Ainsworth, dau. of 
Henry Kelsall, of Rochdale). B. Dec. 5, 1845, in London. 
School, Amersham, Bucks. Matric. Michs. 18113; B.A. 1867. 
Of North Cheriton, Templeconibe, Somerset. Married, 
Nov. 12, 1884, Olivia Georgina Elizabeth, dau. of Capt. the 
Hon. Francis Maude, R.N., and had issue. Died Mar. 13, 
1921. Step-brother of Henry (1862) and brother of the next. 
(Burke, P. and B.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Walford, 
County Families; The Times, Mar. 15, 1921.) 



Peto, William Herbert 

PETO, WILLIAM HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 7, 
1866. [3rd] s. of Sir Samuel Morton [ist] Bart., of Somer- 
leyton, Suffolk (and his 2nd wife Saraii Ainsworth, dau. of 
Henry Kelsall, of Rochdale). B. Jan. 15, 1849. Did not 
reside. Of Dunkintv, Elgin. Married, Dec. 30, 1874, Kate, 
dau. of Sir Robert ' Palmer Harding, and had issue. Died 
Sept. 20, 1927. Brother of the above and step-brother of 
Henry (1862). (Burke, P. and B.; Fo.\-Davies, Armorial 
Families.) 

PETRE, GEORGE ERNEST. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Magda- 
LE.ME, July 28, i88i. [Eldest] s. of [Sir] George G[lynn], 
attache [of Dunkenhalgh, Lanes.] (and Emma Katharine 
Julia, dau. of Major Ralph Henry Sneyd, Bengal Light 
Cavalry). B. Aug. 5, i860. School, private. The King of 
Hanover stood sponsor for him at his baptism. Matric. 
Michs. 1881. Of Dunkenhalgh, Accrington, Lanes., in 1941. 
(Burke, P. and B., which calls him G. E. Augustus Henry; 
Walford, County Families; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; 
The Catholic Who's Wlw.) 

PETRE, GEORGE [ROBERT]. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Jesus, 
Nov. II, 1803. [Eldest] s. of the Hon. George WilUam, 2nd s. 
of Lord [Robert Edward] Petre [gth Baron] (and Maria, dau. 
of Philip Howard, of Corby). B. at Strasburg. School, 
private. Doubtful if resided. Of Dunkenhalgh, Lanes. Died 
Mar. 30, 1829, in the Clarendon Hotel, London. (Burke, 
P. and B.; G. Mag., 1829, i. 379-) 

PETRE, JOHN [BERNEY]. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) at Trinity, 

Apr. ig, 1759. S. of William, of Westwick, Norfolk (and 
Ehzabeth, dau. of John Bemey). School, Nonvich. Matric. 
Michs. 1759. Died June 14, 1819, aged 78. (Farrer, Church 
Heraldry of Norfolk, i. 388; J. B. Whitmore.) 

PETRE, ROBERT GODOLPHIN (1837), see PETER, R. G. 

PETRE, Lord WILLIAM FRANCIS HENRY. Adm. nobleman 
(age 18) at Christ's, Oct. 21, 1811. [Eldest] s. of Robert 
Edward [loth Baron], of Writtle, Essex (and Mary Bridget, 
dau. of Henry Howard, of Glossop). B. [Jan. 22], 1793, at 
Writtle. Matric. Michs. 1811. Had succeeded his father as 
nth Baron, Mar. 29, 1S09. Married (i) June 2, 1815, Frances 
Charlotte, dau. of Sir Richard Bedingfield, and had issue; 
(2) Apr. 14, 1823, Emma Agnes, dau. of Henry Howard, of 
Corby Castle, Cumberland, and had further issue. Died 
July 3, 1850. (Peile, 11. 369; Burke, P. and B.; G.E.C.) 

PETRIE, EDWARD LINDSAY HADDON. Adm. at Pembroke, 
Oct. 1899. Eldest s. of [Sir] Charles, merchant [ist Bart.], 
of 7, Devonshire Road, Princes Park, Liverpool (and Hannah 
Lindsay, dau. of WilUam Hamilton, deceased). B. Sept. 30, 
1881, at West Derby. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 

1899. Went into business with his father as a Colonial 
produce-merchant. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Capt., R.A.S.C; with the B.E.F. gth Divisional train). 
Succeeded his father as 2nd Bart., July 8, 1920. Married, 
Apr. 24, 1912, Blanche, dau. of C. J. Allen, and had issue. 
Of Leatherhead, Surrey. Died, s.p.m., at Sidmouth, Dec. 13, 
1927, and was succeeded in the title by his brother Charles. 
(Burke, P. and B.; Walford, County Families; The Times, 
Dec. 15, 1927.) 

PETRIE, WILLIAM MATTHEW FLINDERS. Hon. Litt.D. 

1900. [B. June 3, 1853. Only s. of WiUiam (and Anne 
Flinders). Educated privately.] As an archaeologist his 
pre-eminent work was developed in Egypt, where he carried on 
numerous excavations on a scientific scale which increased in its 
value as time proceeded. Edwards Professor of Egyptology, 
London University, 1892-3. Knighted, 1923. F.R.S., 1902; 
F.B.A., igo4. Died July 28, 1942, at the Government 
Hospital, Jerusalem. {Who's Who; The Times, July 30, 1942.) 

PETT, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 20, 1770. [Only] 
s. of Robert, Esq. (Commissioner for victualling the Royal 
Navy) [of St Botolph, Aldgate, London]. Bapt. Feb. 22, 1754, 
at Gosport, Southampton. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 
Michs. 1770; Scholar, 1770; B..^. 1774; M.A. 1777. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, Nov. 19, 1770. Ord. deacon (Ely) Sept. 29, 
1775. Died May 6, 1789, at Ongar, Essex. {St John's Coll. 
Adm., IV. 425; inns of Court; G. Mag., 1789, i. 472.) 

PETT, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Mar. 11, 1814. 
[Eldest] s. of Samuel [M.D., of Hackney]. B. at Newington, 
Middlesex. School, Essex. Matric. Michs. 1814. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Api*. 22, 1817. {Inns of Court.) 

PETTER, HORACE. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 9, 
1891. Of Kent. S. of George WiUiam, deceased. B. Sept. 13, 
1865, at Blackheath. Matric. Michs. i8gi. Brother of the 
ne.xt. 

PETTER, WILLIAM DIXON HALSE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 10, 1882. S. of George WiUiam, of Widmore House, 



Pettitt, John 

Bromley, Kent. B. there, Oct. 20, 1863. School, Marl- 
borough CoUege. Matric. Michs. 18S2; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1889. 
Ord. deacon (London) 1886; priest, 1887; C. of Christ Church, 
Roxeth, MidcUesex, 1886-93. V. of AU Saints, Child's HiU, 
London, N.W., 1893-1933. Died Jan. 7, 1935, at Church 
WaUi, ChUd's HUl. Brother of the above. {Crockford; The 
Times, Jan. 7, 1935.) 

PETTETT, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Queens', Jan. 
igoo. S. of Joseph Taylor. B. Mar. ig, 1882, at Ballarat, 
Victoria, AustraUa. Matric. Easter, igoo. 

PETTIGREW, AUGUSTUS FREDERICK. Adm. sizar (age 21) 
at Trinity, May 28, i83g. S. of Thomas Joseph [surgeon, 
for whom see D.N.B.]. B. in London. School, St Peter's 
Grammar, Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1839; B.A. 1843; M.A. 
1846. Ord. deacon (Durham) July 22, 1843; priest, June 29, 
1844; C. of Bishopswearmouth, Durham, 1843-5. C. of 
Sunderland, 1846-g. Minister of Brompton Chapel, London, 
1850-6. Married, Aug. 11, 1846, Mary Frances Anne, eldest 
dau. of Joseph John Wright, Esq. Master of a boarding 
school at Leamington in 1861. Author, A Sermon on the 
Demise of the Duke of Wellingtofi. Of 27, Onslow Square, 
Brompton, London, in i860. Disappears from Crockford, 
1868. Brother of the next. {Durham Ord. Book; The 
Patrician, 11. 8g.) 

PETTIGREW, SAMUEL THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Trinity, July 1, 1844. [Yst.] s. of Thomas Joseph [surgeon, 
for whom see D.N.B.]. B. in London. School, King's College, 
London. Matric. Michs. 1844; B.A. 1848; M.A. 1851. Ord. 
deacon (Rochester) 1848; priest, i84g; C. of Norton-Mande- 
viUe, Essex, 1848-g. C. of Fryeming, i84g-5i. C. of 
Attleborough, Norfolk, 185 1-3. Fellow of St Augustine's 
CoUege, Canterbury, 1853-5 (Hon. FeUow, 1873). Chaplain, 
Madras Ecclesiastical Establishment, 1855-78; at Kamptee, 
1857-64; at Bangalore, 1864-7; at Ootacamund, 1869-72; 
at Trevandrum, 1874-7. V. of Hatfield, Heref., i88o-g (and 
C. of Pudleston, 1878-80). Author, Episodes in the Life of 
an Indian Chaplain. Died May ig, 1889, aged 64, at Leo- 
minster. Brother of the above. {Boase, 11. 1483; Crockford; 
The Guardian, May 22, 1889.) 

PETTINGER, JAMES WILSON. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. i, 
l&gz. B. Apr. 17, 1874. Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; 
M.B. and B.Chir. 1903. At St George's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; 
L.R.C.P., 1899. House Surgeon and House Physician at 
St George's. Practised at Kingsbridge, Devon. Hon. 
Medical Officer, Kingsbridge and District Cottage Hospital. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.A.M.C); died 
Oct. 6, 1917, of pneumonia. (Univ. War List; Medical 
Directories.) 

PETTITT, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Mar. 21, 
1855. S. of Zachariah, of Bures, Suffolk. B. there. School, 
Nayland, Sufiolk. Matric. Michs. 1855; B.A. 1859; M.A. 
1865. Ord. deacon (York) i860; priest, 1862; C. of EcclesaU, 
Yorks., 1860-2. C.-in-charge of St John-the-Evangelist, 
FUey, 1862-71. Latterly of Home-Leigh, Buxton. Dis- 
appears from Crockford, i8go. Brother of the next and of 
John (1851). 

PETTITT, EDWIN. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 3, 1854. 
S. of Zachariah, farmer (and Elizabeth). B. at Bures Hamlet, 
Suffolk. Bapt July 29, 1832. Matric. Michs. 1854; B.A. 1858. 
Ord. deacon (Bp. of SalisbuiT) 1858; C. of Holy Trinity, 
Trowbridge, WUts., i860. C. of Winsley, 1S61. Disappears 
from Clergv List, 1878. Brother of the above and of John 
(1851). {Crockford.) 

PETTITT, HAROLD FRANCIS WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from 
Ayerst H., Oct. 22, 1894. [B. June 23, 1871. School, 
St Laurence College, Ramsgate.] Migrated to St Catharine's, 
Oct. 1, 1896. In the South -African civil service, 1901-13. 
' .\ccidentaUy killed, 1928.' {St Laurence Coll. Reg.) 

PETTITT, HUGH. Adm. at Clare, July 9, igoo. [S. of Maurice, 

solicitor of the Supreme Court (and Georgiana Mary, of 
Stoke Newington). B. Feb. 20, 1884.] School, Merchant 
Taylors'. Matric. Michs. igoo; B.A. {i^th Wrangler) 1903; 
LL.B. igo4; M.A. ig32. Adm. soUcitor, July, igo6. Prac- 
tised in London; Messrs Slaughter and May, 18, Austin 
Friars, E.C. Of 45, Brompton Grove, in ig46. {Merchant 
Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Law Lists.) 

PETTITT, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 16, 1851. 
S. of Zachariah, farmer, of Mount Bures, Essex [and Eliza- 
beth]. B. there. Bapt. Feb. 18, 1827. Matric. Michs. 1851; 
B.A. 1855; M.A. 1858. Ord. deacon (Chester) June 3, 1855; 
priest, May 18, 1856; C. of Wybunbury, Cheshire, 1855-7. 
C. of St George's, Leeds, 1857-8. V. of Wortley, Yorks., 
1858-80. Died Feb. 17 (or 18), 18S0. Brother of Arthur 
(1855) and Edwin (1854). {Crockford; The Guardian, Feb. 25, 
1880.) 



Pettitt, William 

PETTITT, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age i8) at Trinity, July i, 
1856. S. of the Rev. George (C.M.S. College, Islington, 
1831), of St Jude's, Birmingham. B. at Tinnivelly, India. 
School, King Edward's, Birmingham. Matric. Michs. 1856; 
B.A. i860; M.A. 1863. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1861; priest, 
1862 ; C. of St Martin's, Birmingham, 1861-3. C. of West 
Ham, Essex, 1863-6. C. of St Mary's, Carlisle, 1866-70; 
V. there, 1870-7. V. of St Paul's, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, 
1877-1907. Author, Lecture on Disestablishment. Died 
July 17, 1907, aged 69, at Rustington, Sussex. (Crockford; 
The Standard, July 20, 1907.) 

PETTIWARD, DANIEL. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Trinity, 
July 4, 1785. S. of [the Rev.] Roger [Mortlock] (1730), of 
Putney (who took the name of Pettiward, 1749). Bapt. 
Sept. 30, 1762, at Putney. School, Tonbridge. Matric. 
Michs. 1785; B.A. 1789; M.A. 1792. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
Sept. 20, 1789; priest, Dec. 23, 1792; C. of Creeling St Peter, 
Suffolk, 1792. R. of Great Finborough, 1798-1833. R. of 
Onehouse, 1797-1833. Died Nov. 14, 1833, aged 6«, at the 
Angel Inn, Bury St Edmunds, on his way to London; buried 
at Putney. Bequeathed £4000 to various charitable institu- 
tions, and a valuable collection of books and works of art 
to Trinity. Brother of the next. (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; 
Clerical Guide; G. Mag., 1833, II. 540.) 

PETTIWARD, JOHN. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 17) at Trinity, 
Oct. 10, 1768. [Eldest] s. of [the Rev.] Roger [Mortlock] 
(1730), of Putney, London. School, Kingston, Surrey. 
Matric. Michs. 1768; B.A. 1773; M.A. 1776. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, June 7, 1768. Brother of the above. {Inns of Court.) 

PETTIWARD, ROBERT JOHN (1836), see BUSSELL. 

PETTMAN, HAROLD. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 1893. 
S. of Charles Edward [schoolmaster]. B. Oct. 5, 1874, ^t 
Dunkirk, Kent. [School, Merchant Taylors'.] Matric. Michs. 
1893; B.A. 1896; M.A, 1906. Ord. deacon (Truro) 1898; 
priest (Crediton) 1899; C. of Liskeard, Cornwall, 1898-1901. 
C. of Christ Church, Cheltenham, 1901-3. C. of St John-the- 
Baptist, Penzance, 1903-6. C. of Gulval, Cornwall, 1906-8. 
V. of Davidstowe, 1908-11. V. of Millbrook, 1911-23. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (Chaplain, R.A.C.D.). V. of 
Mildenhall, Suffolk, 1923-8. R. of Bradfield St George (with 
Rushbrook, from 1929), 1928-35. R. of Ashurst, Kent, 1935. 
Died Aug. 9, 1935, in London; buried at Liskeard. (Merchant 
Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Univ. War List; The Times, 
Aug. 13, 1935.) 

PETTY, Lord HENRY (1798), see FITZMAURICE. 

PETTY, THOMAS EDMUND. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Feb. I, 1844. S. of Thomas. B. at Preston, Lanes. School, 
Royal Institution School, Liverpool. Matric. Michs. 1844; 
B.A. 1848; M.A. 1851. P.C. of Bardsea, Lanes., 1852-4. 
Disappears from Clergy List, 1855. 

PETTY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 5, 
1870. Of Westmorland. B. June 3, 1848, at Kendal. School, 
Kendal. Matric. Michs. 1870; Scholar, 1871; B.A. 1874; 
M.A. 1877. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1874; priest, 1875; C. of 
St Peter's, Wisbech, Cambs., 1874-6. C. of Christ Church, 
Lochgilphead, Argyllshire, 1876-7. C. of Christ Church, 
Ealing, Middlesex, 1877-82. C. of St Peter's, Ealing, 1882-94; 
V. there, 1894-1909. Died Apr. 15, 1909. Father of the next. 
(Crockford; The Ca>nbridge Chronicle, Apr. 23, 1909.) 

PETTY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. i, 

1894. Of Cambridgeshire. S. of the Rev. WilUam (above), 
V. of St Peter's, Ealing, W. B. Sept. 7, 1875, at 
Wisbech. School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1908. 
Assistant Master at Pelham House School, Folkestone, 1900. 
Served in the South African War, 1901-2, and in the South 
African Constabulary. Assistant Master at Old Hall School, 
Wellington, Salop; at Highgate School, 1906-9; at Edin- 
burgh Academy, 1909-15. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Lieut. -Col., gtb Seaforth Highlanders; wounded twice; 
D.S.O., 1918; mentioned twice in despatches). (St Paul's 
Sch. Reg.; Schoolmasters' Directories; Univ. War List; The 
V.C. and D.S.O.) 

PETVIN, JOHN. B.A. 1769, incorp. from Oxford; M..'\. 1769. 
Adm. at Emmanuel, July 2, 1769. [S. of the Rev. William 
(Wadham College, Oxford, 1718), of Little Baddow, Essex.] 
Matric. from Wadham College, June 28, 1759, age 18; B.A. 
(Oxford) 1763. V. of Bumham, Essex, 1767-96, and V. of 
Braintree, 1778-96. Author, Letters concerning the Mind. 
Died Jan. 28, 1796. (Al. Oxon.; G. Mag., 1796, i. 170.) 

PETYT, ALLAN ISAAC. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 27, 1886. 
S. of Charles (formerly Petty). B. Mar. 13, 1867, at Cross 
Hills, near Leeds. School, Skipton Grammar. Matric. Michs. 
1886; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1894; M.B. and B.Chir. 1898. L.S.A., 

1895. Senior Resident Medical Oihcer, Public Dispensary, 
Leeds, 1895-6. Practised at Longton, near Preston, Lanes., 



Pharazyn, Louis Charles 

for many years, from 1897. Subsequently of Rufiord, 
Onnskirk. Died May 3, 1933, at The Chase, Rufford; buried 
at Longton. (Peile, 11. 724; The Times, May 5, 1933.) 

PETZING, JOHN JACOB. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
June 29, 1885. S. of Jacob. B. in London. [School, Perse, 
Cambridge.] Matric. Michs. 1885; Scholar; B.A. 1888; M.A. 
1905. Assistant Master at Barrow-in-Fumess School; at 
Doncaster Grammar School, 1895. In Mauritius, 1898. 
(W . T. Southward.) 

PEYTON, ALGERNON. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 22, 
1805. [2nd s. of Sir Henry Dashwood, 1st Bart., M.P. (and 
Frances, eldest dau. of Sir John Rous). B. Aug. 19, 1786. 
School, Westminster.] Matric. Michs. 1805; B.A. 1810; M.A. 
1813. Ord. priest (London, for Ely) Mar. 10, i8n. R. of 
Doddington (with chapel of March), Cambs., 1811-68. 
Married, June 22, 1811, Isabella Anne, yst. dau. of Thomas 
Hussey, of Galtrim, Ireland. Died Nov. i, 1868. Father of 
Thomas (1836). (Record of Old Westminsters; Boose, VI. 391; 
Crockford; Burke, P. and B.) 

PEYTON, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, July 2, 
1771. [3rd] s. of [Admiral] Joseph, of Ipswich (and Katherine 
Strutt). B. Dec. 5, 1753. School [Ipswich Grammar and] 
Wyverstone, Suffolk. Matric. Easter, 1773; Scholar, 1774; 
B.A. 1776. Ord. deacon (Peterb., Liti. dim. from Norwich) 
June 26, 1776; priest, Dec. 21, 1778; C. of St Mary-le-Tower, 
Ipswich, 1777-8. C. of Wilby, Suffolk, 1778. Died Mar. 23, 
1837. (Xorihants. Clergy, x. 261; Irvine Gray; Burke, L.G.) 

PEYTON, EDWARD GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age i8j at Jesus, 
Oct. 1874. S. of John, Lieut. -Colonel. B. at Madron, Pen- 
zance. School, Exeter Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1874. 

PEYTON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 10, 1836. 
[2nd s. of the Rev. Algernon (1805), R. of Doddington, 
Cambs. (and Isabella Anne, dau. of Thomas Hussey, of 
Galtrim, Ireland). [B. July 9, 1817. School, Eton.] Matric. 
Michs. 1836. Drove coaches when at Cambridge. Ensign, 
14th Madras N.I., 1839; Major, 1864. Lieut. -Osl., Madras 
Staff Corps, 1864; A.Q.M.G., Madras; Q.M.G., 1871; retired, 

1872, as Hon. Major-General. Succeeded his cousin. Sir 
Algernon, as 5th Bart., Mar. 25, 1872. J. P. for Oxon.; High 
Sheriff, 1881. Member of the Four-in-Hand and Coaching 
Clubs; drove the Windsor and Dorking coaches. Married, 
Nov. 3, 1852, Lucy, dau. of William Watts, Madras Civil 
Service. Died Feb. 18, 1888, at Swift's House, Bicester. 
(Eton Sch. Lists; Boase, 11. 1487; Burke, P. and B.; Army 
Lists.) 

PEYTON, WILLIAM WYNNE. Matric. Non-CoU., Lent, 1893. 

PFEFFER, FRIEDRICH WILHELM PHILIPP. Hon. Sc.D. 

1898. Professor of Botany in the University of Leipzig. 
F.R.S., 1898. (Cambridge University Reporter, Mar. 15, 1898.) 

PFEIL, RICHARD PARKES. Adm. (age 19) at Caius, Oct. i, 

1873. S. of R. A., deceased, of Boxgrove, Guildford. B. 
[Sept. 1853], at Ripley, Surrey. School [Bradfield College]. 
Matric. Michs. 1873. Resided two terms. For some time in 
the Army Medical Corps; served in the Egyptian Campaign, 
1883. At the Hamilton Institute in 1898. (Bradfield Coll. 
Reg., which gives C.C.C., Camb.; Venn, 11. 408.) 

PFISTER, MAXIMILIAN OTTO FRIEDRICH. Adm. pens, at 

St John's, Apr. 27, 1896. S. of Heinrich, of Heidelberg, 
Gennany (and Anna Mathis]. B. Mar. 2, 1874, at Schopfheim, 
Baden. School, Wertheim (Dr Behayel); also at Heidelberg ■ 
Umversity. Matric. Easter, 1896. 

PHARAZYN, CHARLES BUCKLAND. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Jesus, Oct. 18S6. S. of Charles. B. at Wellington, New 
Zealand. School, London International CoUege. Matric. 
Michs. 1886; B.A. 1S90. Of Nelson, New Zealand, in 1946. 
Brother of Louis C. (1884) and Henry H. (1896). (Jesus Coll. 
Report.) 

PHARAZYN, GODFREY NORRIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 15, 1891. S. of Wilham, of Te Whara, Groombridge, 
Sussex. B. [July 10], 1872, at Wellington, New Zealand. 
School, Marlborough CoUege. Matric. Michs. 189 1 ; r>..\. 1894. 
Sheep farming in New Zealand. O.B.E., 1918. Died Jan. i, 
1941, at Waewaepe, Dannevirke, Hawkes Bay. (Marl- 
borough Coll. Reg.; The Times, Jan. 11, 1941.) 

PHARAZ'VTN, HENRY HORACE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 30, 1896. S. of Charles. B. Feb. 3, 1878, in New Zealand. 
School, Wanganui, New Zealand. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 
1899. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., Worcester- 
shire Regt.). Brother of the next and of Charles B. (1886). 
(Univ. War List.) 

PHARAZYN, LOUIS CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1884. S. of Charles, Esq. B. at Wellington, New Zealand. 
School, London International College (Mr Ladell). Matric. 
Michs. 1884. Returned to New Zealand. Died Nov. 19, 1942, 
aged 77, at Kitale, Kenya. Brother of Ch;irles B. (1886) and 
the above. (The Times, Nov. 27, 1942; F. Brittain.) 



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PHARAZYN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 6, i860. 
[Yst. s. of Charles Johnson, merchant, of Wellington, New 
Zealand.] B. there. Matric. Michs. 1S60; B.A. 1864. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple (age 19) Jan. 21, 1862. Called to the 
Bar, June 9, 1865. Died Oct. 31, 1872, at Wellington, New 
Zealand. (Scott, MSS.; Law Lists; Inns of Court.) 

PHAYRE, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Jesus, Apr. 1876. 
[Younger] s. of General Sir Robert (for whom see D.N.B.) 
(and Diana, dau. of Bunburj' Thompson, 81st Regt.). B. 
Feb. 23, 1856, at Poona, India. School, Cheltenham College. 
Matric. Michs. 1876. Second Lieut., nth Foot (the Devon- 
shire Regt.). Served in Afghanistan, 1878-80, and later in 
India. A.D.C. to Lord Reay, Governor of Bombay, 1885-90. 
Capt., 1889; Major, 1S98; Brevet Lieut.-Col., 1900. One of 
the three British officers selected to accompany the Guard of 
Honour of Indian Officers sent to London for Queen Victoria's 
Diamond Jubilee, 1897. Served with the China Expedi- 
tionary Force during the Boxer troubles, 1900 (mentioned 
in despatches, and awarded China medal). Served in the 
South African War, 1898-1901. A.Q.M.G., headquarters of 
Bengal Command. C.B., 1906. G.O.C., 9th (Secunderabad) 
Division, 1914; Lieut. -General, 1915; K.C.B., 1916; retired, 
1919. Colonel, 17th Poona Horse. Married, 1891, Catharine, 
dau. of General Sir Horace Searle Anderson, K.C.B. Lived 
latterly at Oxford, and then at Park House, Warwick, where 
he died Dec. 11, 1940. (Walford, County Families; Fox- 
Davies, Armorial Families; Who's Who; The Times, Dec. 14, 
1940.) 

PHAYRE, The Rev. RICHARD. M.A. 1864, incorp. from Trinity 
College, Dublin. [S. of Richard. School, Shrewsbury.] Adm. at 
Trinity College, DubUn, Oct. 18, 1824; B.A. (Trinity College, 
Dubhn) 1830; M.A. (Trinity CoUege, Dublin) 1862. Ord. 
deacon (Lichfield) 1831 ; priest, 1832 ; C. of Smethcote, Salop, 
1831-2. V. of Raynham, Norfolk, 1832-86. Author, Metrical 
Paraphrase of the Psalms. Died Jan. i, 1886. (Al. Dubl.; 
Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; F. P. White; Clergy List.) 

PHEAR, ARTHUR GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 12, 
1884. S. of Henry Carlyon (next), of 'Llysmen,' Tavistock 
Road, Croydon, Surrey. B. [Mar. 16], 1867, at Croydon. 
School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. (Nat. Sci. 
Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1888; M.B. and" B. Chir. 1892; M.D. 
1895. At University College Hospital. M.R.C.P., 1893; 
F.R.C.P., 1902. House Physician at University College 
Hospital. Practised in London. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Colonel, A.M.S.; Consulting Physician, British 
Salonika Force; C.B., 1919; mentioned twice in despatches). 
Assistant Physician and Pathologist, Metropolitan Hospital. 
Physician, Royal Free Hospital, and Royal Chest Hospital, 
City Road, and National Hospital for Consumption, Ventnor. 
Author, medical. Of 16, WeU Walk, Hampstead, N.W., and 
Birch Copse, Brook, near Godalming, in 1951. Brother of 
Hem-y H. (1877). {Medical Directories; Univ. War List; 
Who's Who.) 

PHEAR, HENRY CARLYON. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 18, 
1845. [2nd] s. of the Rev. John (1811), R. of Earl Stonham, 
Suffolk. B. there, June 22, 1826. School, at home. Matric. 
Michs. 1845; B.A. {2nd Wrangler and ist Smith's prize) 1849; 
M.A. 1852. Fellow, 1850-6. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
May 4, 1850. Called to the Bar, June 6, 1853. Conveyancer 
and Equity Draftsman. Married, Oct. 7, 1856, Mary, dau. 
of the Rev. Richard Daniel, R. of Combs, Suffolk. Died 
Mar. 2, 1880, at Croydon. Father of the above and of the 
next; brother of John B. (1843) and Samuel G. (1847). 
{Venn, 11. 272; Law Lists; Inns of Court; D.N.B.; The 
Guardian, Mar. 10, 1880.) 

PHEAR, HENRY HERBERT. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1877. 
S. of Hemy Carlyon (above), barrister. B. [May 11], 1858, 
at Croydon, Surrey. Schools, Marlborough College, Woking 
CoUege, and at King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 1877; 
Scholar; B.A. 1881; M.A. 1884. Adm. soUcitor, May, 1884; 
for sometime practised at Kimberley, South Africa. Called 
to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, June 27, 1900; practised at 
Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia; K.C., Rhodesia. Died May 6, 
1933, at Salisbury. Brother of Arthur G. (1884). (Venn, 
II. 426; Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Law Lists; The Times, 
May 8, I933-) 

PHEAR, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Pembroke, Feb. 22, 
1811. S. of John, fanner, of Bratton CloveUy, Devon. B. 
there, June 4, 1794. Matric. Michs. 1811; Scholar, 1811; 
B.A. {isth Wrangler) 1815; M.A. 1819. FeUow, 1815; Tutor. 
Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1817; priest, 1818. R. of Earl Stonham, 
Suffolk, 1823-69. Married Catherine Wreford, only dau. of 
Samuel Budd, doctor, of North Tawton, Devon. Died 
Oct. 5, 1869. M.I. at Earl Stonham. Father of John B. 
(1843), Samuel G. (1847) and Hemy C. (1845). {D.N.B.) 



Phelips, James 

PHEAR, JOHN BUDD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
Mar. 29, 1843. Eldest s. of the Rev. John (above), R. of 
Earl Stonham, Suffolk. B. there [Feb. 9, 1S25]. Educated 
at home. Matric. Michs. 1843; Scholar, 1843; B.A. {6th 
Wrangler) 1847. Migrated to Clare; M.A. 1850. Fellow of 
Clare, 1847; Assistant Tutor, 1854. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, Nov. 12, 1847. CaUed to the Bar, Jan. 26, 1854. 
Judge of the High Court of Bengal, 1864-76. Knighted, 1877. 
Chief Justice of Ceylon, 1877-9. Revised the civil and 
criminal code of Ceylon. F.G.S. Lived latterly at Exmouth. 
J. P. and D.L. for Devon. Chairman, Devon Quarter Sessions, 
1881-95. Married, 1865, Emily, dau. of John Bolton, of 
Burnley House, StockweU. Author, Elementary Mechanics; 
Elementary Hydrostatics; Rights of Water; The Aryan Village 
in India and Ceylon; International Trade. Died Apr. 7, 1905. 
Brother of Henry C. (1845) and the next. {Law Lists; Inns 
ofCouH; I.C.S. Lists; D.N.B.; Who was Who.) 

PHEAR, SAMUEL GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 13, 1847. Of Suffolk. [3rd s. of the Rev. John (1811), 
R. of Eari Stonham, Suffolk. B. Mar. 30, 1829.] Matric. 
Michs. 1848; Scholar, 1849; B.A. {^th Wrangler) 1852; M.A. 
1855; B.D. 1862; D.D. 1874. FeUow, 1853-71; Master, 
1871-95. Vice-Chancellor, 1874-6. Ord. deacon, 1853; 
priest, 1854. Chaplain to the Bishop of Winchester, 1873-81. 
On hearing that Phear was retiring from the Mastership, 
Dr Perowne, Master of Corpus Christi, exclaimed to John 
Venn, 'a most immoral proceeding.* Died, unmarried, 
Nov. 26, 1918, at 2, St Peter's Terrace, Cambridge, where 
he had lived since his retirement. M.I. in Great St Mary's, 
Cambridge. Brother of the above and of Henry C. (1845). 
(Scott, MSS.; Crockford; Who was Who.) 

PHELIPS, ARTHUR ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Apr. 26, i860. [Yst.] s. of Charles (1812), of Briggings Park, 
Hunsdon, Herts, (and Caroline Elizabeth, dau. of James 
Taylor). [B. Mar. 21, 1842. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 
i860. Migrated to Magdalene, Jan. ii, 1862; LL.B. 1866; 
LL.M. 1870. Died in 1873. (Eton Sch. Lists; 'B\iv\i.t, L.G.) 

PHELIPS, CHANDOS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, Aug. 6, 
1862. S. of the Rev. Richard Colston (Trinity CoUege, 
Oxford, 1819), R. of Cucklington, Somerset (and Caroline 
Anne, dau. of Sir Hungerford Hoskyns, 7th Bart., of Hare- 
wood End, Heref.). B. at Cucklington. School, Blandford, 
Dorset. Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 1867. Ord. deacon 
(Hereford) 1867; priest, 1868; C. of Hentland and Hoarwithy, 
Heref., 1867-9. R- of Cucklington, Somerset, 1870-8. Died 
July 25, 1878. Brother of Henry B. (1865) and James (1872). 
(Venn, 11. 359.) 

PHELIPS, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Feb. 19, 

1812. S. of the Rev. Charies (Univ. CoU., Oxford, 1784), 
of Piddletrenthide, Dorset (and Mary, dau. of Thomas 
Blackmore, of Briggings Park, Herts.). [B. Jan. 24, 1794-] 
School, BlundeU's, Tiverton (age 11 in 1805). Matric. Lent, 

1813. Succeeded his maternal uncle,' Thomas Blackmore, at 
Briggings Park in 1824. High Sheriff of Herts., 1829. J. P. 
and D.L. for Herts. J. P. for Essex. Married, June 15, 1826, 
Caroline Elizabeth, dau. of James Taylor, of London. Died 
Nov. 19, 1869. Father of Arthur R. (i860). (F. P. White; 
Burke, L.G.; BlundeU's Sch., Tiverton, Reg.) 

PHELIPS, HENRY BENNETT. Adm. pens, at Christ's, July 6, 
1865. S. of the Rev. Richard Colston (Trinity College, 
Oxford, 1819). late R. of Cucklington, Somerset (and Caroline 
Anne, dau. of Sir Hungerford Hoskyns, 7th Bart., of Hare- 
wood End, Heref.). B. [June 29, 1845], at Cucklington. 
Schools [King's School, Bruton, and] Sherborne. Matric. 
Michs. 1865; Tancred student, 1865; B.A. 1869; M.A. 1872. 
Ord. deacon (York) 1868; priest, 1870; C. of North Cave, 
Yorks., 1868-72. V. of Shalford, Essex, 1872-83. V. of 
Arreton, Isle of Wight, 1883-8. V. of Compton Parva, Berks., 
1890-1909. Latterly of Shepherd's Hill, Compton, Newbury. 
Died 1933. Brother of Chandos (1862) and of the next. 
(King's Sch., Bruton, Reg.; Sherborne Sch. Reg.; Crockford; 
Peile, I. 589; Burke, L.G^i 

PHELIPS, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Jesus, Oct. i, 1872. 
S. of the Rev. Richard Colston (Trinity CoUege, Oxford, 1819), 
deceased (and Caroline Anne Hoskyns). B. [1851], at 
Cucklington, Somerset. School, Atherston (the Rev. S. W. 
Churchill) [and Sherborne]. Matric. Michs. 1872; B.A. 1876; 
M.A. 1880. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1876; priest (St Albans) 
1878; C. of Shalford, Essex, 1876-8. R. of Cucklington, 
Somerset, 1878-98. V. of Yeovil with Preston and Yeovil 
Marsh, 1898-1911. R. of Hagley, Worcs., 1911-16. Preb. of 
Wells, 1900-16. R. of Abinger, Surrey, 1916-23. Lived 
subsequently at Ashdene, Winchester, where he died Mar. 22, 
1930, aged 78. Brother of the above and of Chandos (1862). 
(Sherborne Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Burke, L.G.; The Times, 
Mar. 26, 1930.) 



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PHELIPS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 5, 1842. 
[Eldest s. of the Rev. William (and Mary, dau. of the Rev. 
John Messiter). B. 1823. School, Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 
1842. Of Montacute, Somerset. D.L. and J. P. for Somerset. 
Married, 1845, Ellen Harriet, dau. of William Helyar. Died 
Dec. (,, 1889. Father of the next. {F. P. White; Walford, 
County Families.) 

PHELIPS, WILLIAM ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Nov. 3, 1864. [Only] s. of WiUiam (above), of Montacute, 
Somerset (and Ellen Harriet, dau. of William Helyar, of 
Coker Court, Somerset). [B. Mar. 30, 1846.] School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1865. Lieut., 6th Dragoon Guards, 1S66; 
retired, 1871. Of Montacute House, Somerset. Alderman of 
Somerset C.C. J. P. and D.L. for Somerset; High Sheriff, 

1901. Married (i) Dec. 2, 1875, Cicely Grace Augusta, dau. 
of Frederick Fane, of Moyles Court, Hants., and had issue; 
(2) Jan. I, 1881, Constance Louisa, eldest dau. of the Hon. 
Sir Spencer Cecil Ponsonby Fane, P.C, G.C.B., of Brympton, 
Somerset, and had further issue. Died Nov. 23, 1919. 
(Harrow Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G.; Fox-Davies, Armorial 
Families; Who was IVho.) 

PHELP, EDWARD TUFTON. Adm. pens, at Pembroke, 
Apr. 14, 1804. 

PHELP, PHILIP HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 15, 
1853. Matric. Michs. 1853; B.A. 1857; M.A. i860. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) July 12, 1857; priest. May 30, 1858; C. of 
Heigham, Norfolk, 1857-8. C. of St Mark's, Albert Road, 
St Pancras, London, 1858-65. Chaplain to the Derby 
infirmary, 186^-9. C. in-charge of Hinckley, Leics., 1869-73. 
V. of Holy Trinity, North Shields, 1874-84. V. of Dod- 
dington, Northumberland, 1884-5. Died Sept. 6, 1885, 
aged 54. {Eagle, xiv. 109; The Guardian, Sept. 16, 1885.) 

PHELPS, ARTHUR MARTIN. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 7, 
1868. 2nd s. of the Rev. Robert (1828), D.D., Master of 
Sidney. B. there, Jan. 14, 1849. School, Wellington College 
(Dr Benson). Matric. Michs. 1868; B.A. 1872; M.A. 1875; 
M.B. 1877; M.D. 1882. At St Thomas's Hospital. M.R.C.S., 
1875. Surgeon, HoUoway and North IsUngton dispensary. 
Practised at Highbury, London; at Newton Ferrers, Devon, 
in 1920; and latterly at Tonbridge. Died Dec. 14, 1935, at 
Tonbridge. Brother of Edmund L. (1866) and Sidney de L. 
(1870); father of the next. (Medical Directories; The Times, 
Dec. 17, 1935; Wellington Coll. Reg., 14.) 

PHELPS, ARTHUR ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 13, 
1893. S. of Arthur Martin, M.D. (above), of 37, Compton 
Terrace, Highbury, London. B. [Feb. 3], 1875, in London. 
School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1893. At St Thomas's 
Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1906. Anaesthetist, Royal 
Northern Hospital, and London Throat Hospital. Practised 
successively at Plymouth and at Tavistock. Of The Cedars, 
Watts Road, Tavistock, in 1951. (Medical Directories.) 

PHELPS, ARTHUR WILLIAM (1S97), see CLIFFORD, A. W. 

PHELPS, EDMUND [LOUIS]. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 8, 
1866. 3rd (sic) [eldest] s. of the Rev. Robert (1828), D.D., 
Master of Sidney. B. Dec. 14, 1847. School, Cambridge 
(Mr Richards and Mr Movvat). Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 
1870; M.A. 1874. Rowing 'blue,' 1870, 1871; Athletics 
'blue' (weight) 1870. Travelled in N. America on entomo- 
logical work. H.M. Inspector of Schools in the Wigan 
District, 1878-1903. An enthusiastic fisherman and yachts- 
man. Died Nov. 10, 1918, at Plymouth. Brother of Arthur 
M. (1868) and Sidney de L. (1870). (Scott, MSS.; Book of 
Blues; The Times, Nov. 14, 1918.) 

PHELPS, EUSTACE ALBERT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 2, 1899. [Yst.] s. of Colonel Peyton [R.E.], of 'Milton', 
Alexandra Road, Gipsy Hill, London, S.E. [B. Dec. 17, 
1879. School, Dulwich CoUege.] Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 

1902. Of Mararui, Nairobi, Kenya Colony. Died June 2, 
1934, in London. Brother of William P. (1883). (Dulicich 
Coll. Reg.; Ike Times, June 4, 1934.) 

PHELPS, GEORGE INGRAM DE BRISSAC. Adm. at Clare, 
Oct. 4, 1895. S. of Arthm", Lieut. -General. [B. July 2, 1875. 
School, Brighton College.] Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. iSgS; 
M.A. 1902. A.M.I.C.E., 1903. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Capt., and Adjt., R.E.; mentioned in Secretary of 
State's List for 'valuable services'). Died Dec. 17, 1937, at 
2, East Street, Lewes. Brother of Murray N. (1888). (Brighton 
Coll. Reg.; Univ. War List; M.LC.E. List; The Times, 
Dec. 18, 1937.) 

PHELPS, HENRY HUNTER. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 9, 
1874. S. of William B., gent, (and Jessie Sibthorp). B. at 
Bemerton, Wilts. Bapt. Jan. 29, 1855. Matric. Michs. 1874; 
B..'^. 1878; M.A. 1882. Ord. deacon (Liverpool) 1882; priest, 
1883; C. of St Saviour's, Liverpool, 1882-4. C. of St Giles, 
Durham, 1884-6. C. of St Peter's, Norbiton, Surrey, 1887-g. 
C. of Buckhurst Hill, Essex, 1890-1. C. of Boxmoor, Herts., 



Phelps, Robert 

1891-5. V. of Titley, Heref., 1895-1903. R. of Withington, 
1903-20. Subsequently of 24, Devon Road, Bedford. 
Married, Apr. 10, 1888, Eva, dau. of Robert Pearce, of Bury 
St Edmunds. Died May 15, 1929. Brother of William (1870). 
(Eagle, XLV. 277; Crockford; The Times, May 18, 1929.) 

PHELPS, HUBERT HUNTER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 2, 1849. Of Middlesex. S. of the Rev. William W. 
(Corpus Christi CoUege, Oxford, 1815) (and Octavia). B. at 
Harrow-on-the-Hill, Middlesex. Bapt. .Apr. 3, 1831. [School, 
Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 1849. Migrated to Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 15, 1850; B.A. 1854; M.A. 1857. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 
1854; priest, 1856; C. of Holy Trinity, Reading, 1856-63. 
P.C. of Old Hutton and Holmscales, Westmorland, 1864-70. 
V. of North Goulbum, N.S.W., Austraha, 1870-1. C. of 
St Matthew's, Kensington, 1871-3. P.C. of Mark Cross, 
Sussex, 1873-5. V. of Famham and C. of Glemham, Suffolk, 
1875-82. V. of St Peter's, Congleton, Cheshire, 1882-91. 
R. of Edgware, Middlesex, 1892-1915. Died June 4, 1915, 
aged 84. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Crockford; The Times, June 7, 
1915-) 

PHELPS, JOHN VANDELEUR. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1886. 
[Eldest s. of John Lecky, deceased, of Waterpark, Co. Clare 
(and Rosetta Anne, dau. of Col. Vandeleur, loth Hussars). 
B. Apr. 26, 1866. School, Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 1886. 
Capt., 3rd Batt., R. Warws. Regt., 1889. Of Waterpark, 
Co. Clare. J. P. for Co. Clare; High Sheriff, 1889. Served in 
the Great War, 1914-19 (British Volunteer Ambulance and 
with the French Army, 1915-17; Croix de Guerre; mentioned 
in French despatches). F.R.G.S.; F.Z.S. Married and had 
issue. Latterly of Woodbury, East Avenue, Bournemouth, 
where he died Jan. 10, 1950. (Harrote Sch. Reg.; Army Lists; 
Kelly, Handbook; Who's Who in Racing; Burke, L.G.; The 
Times, Jan. 11, 1950.) 

PHELPS, JOHN WALTER. Adm. pens, (age 23) at Jesus, 
Apr. 24, 1824. S. of the Rev. William (BaUiol College, Oxford, 
1793). B. [Apr. 13, 1802], at WeUs, Somerset. School, Wells. 

Matric. Michs. 1824. 

PHELPS, MURRAY NEWTON. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1888. [2nd] s. of Arthur, Major-General. B. [Jan. 5, 
1871], at Aden. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 1889; LL.B. 
1892. Lieut., 1st Vol. Batt., Royal Warwickshire Regt., 
1900. Adm. Solicitor, Aug. 1896; practised in Birmingham 
(Messrs Phelps and Elkin). Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt. (T.F.); A. P.M.; mentioned in 
despatches; Officer, Ordre de I'Etoile Noire). Of Hythe 
Croft, Sussex. Died Mar. 2, 1949, at Eynsham, Oxon. 
Brother of George I. de B. (1895). (List of Carthusians; Law 
Lists; Army Lists; The Times, Mar. 3, 1949.) 

PHELPS, PHILIP LATHAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 1, 1893. Of Bristol. S. of the Rev. P[hilip] A[shby] 
(Queen's CoUege, Oxford, 1859), of 29, Berkeley Square, 
CUfton. B. Sept. 28, 1874, at CUfton. School, Clifton CoUege. 
Matric. Michs. 1893; Scholar, 1894; Stewart of Rannoch 
Scholar (for Greek and Latin) 1895; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1900. 
Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1897; priest, 1898; C.of St Nicholas, 
Deptford, Kent, 1897-1900. C. of Putney, Surrey, 1900-4. 
R. of Otterham, ComwaU, 1904-12. V. of Newlyn St Peter, 
1912-26. V. of Mithian, 1926-45. Rural Dean of Powder, 
1934-8. Perm, to off., dio. of Bristol, 1945. Of 5, Christ 
Church Road, Bristol, in 1951. (Crockford; Clifton Coll. 
Reg., 198.) 

PHELPS, PHILIP PESTER. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Oct. I, 1879. [2nd] s. of John Brj'ant, Esq., deceased. 
B. [i860], at Monkton, Dorset. School, Sherborne (the Rev. 
E. M. Young). Matric. Michs. 1879. Migrated to Downing, 
Oct. 14, 1882. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Oct. 9, 1S83. 
Capt., 3rd Batt., Hampshire Regt. (T.), 1890. Died in 1926. 
(Sherborne Sch. Reg.; Inns of Court; Armv Lists.) 

PHELPS, RICHARD. M.A. 1764, incorp. ftom Oxford. S. of 
the Rev. George (? 1700), of Eye, Heref. Matric. from 
Trinity CoUege, Oxford, Oct. 20, 1739, age 19; B.A. (from 
New College) 1744; M.A. (Oxford) 1748. (Al. Oxon.) 

PHELPS, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Trinity, June 23, 
1828. S. of Robert MiUar [Naval-outfitter]. B. [1S08], at 
Devonport. School, private. Matric. Michs. 1829; Scholar, 
1832; B.A. (5th Wrangler) 1833; M.A. 1836. Migr.ited to 
Sidney Sussex; B.D. 1S43; Hon. D.D. 1843 (on the occasion 
of Queen Victoria's visit). FeUow of Sidney, 1838-43; 
Master, 1843-90. Vice-Chancellor, 1S4+-5 and 1847-8. Ord. 
deacon (Hereford) 1840; priest (Lichfield) 1840. R. of 
Willingham, Cambs., 1848-90. President of the C;unbridge 
Antiquarian Society, 1847-8. Notorious for his conservatism 
and belief in the old University customs and regulations; 
refused to answer questions put to him (as Master) by the 
Koyal Commission of 1S74. Died Jan. 11, 1890. Father of 
Edmund L. (1866), Arthur M. (186S) and Sidney de L. {1870). 
(Boase, u. 1490; D.N.B. (under Samuel Phelps).) 



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PHELPS, ROBERT HENNING. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, 
Jan. 22, 1819. S. of Isaac. B. at South Brent, Somerset. 
School, Somerset. Matric. Michs. 1819; B.A. 1823. 

PHELPS, ROBERT MICHAEL. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 5, 
1832. S. of — , of Wilton, Salisbury. [School, Harrow.] 
Matric. Michs. 1832; Scholar, 1835; B.A. 1836; M.A. 1839. 
Ord. deacon (SaUsbury) Dec. 24, 1837; priest, Dec. 16, 1838. 
C. of St Philip and St Jacob, Bristol, 1845-6. Died July 19, 
1846, at Wilton. {Harrow Sch. Reg.; Clergy List; G. Mag., 
1846, II. 438.) 

PHELPS, SIDNEY DE L'ISLE. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 10, 
1870. 3rd s. of the Rev. Robert (182S), D.D., Master of 
Sidney. B. there, Aug. 28, 185 1. Schools [Uppingham and] 
Wellington (Dr Benson). Matric. Michs. 1870; B..\. 1875; 
M.A. 1878. Of Kia Ora, Priorv Road, Felixstowe, in 1942. 
Brother of Arthur M. (1868) and Edmund L. (1866). 
{Uppingham Sch. Roll.) 

PHELPS, THOMAS. B.A. 1785, incorp. from Oxford; M.A. 
1785, from King's. S. of George, pUb., of Ludchurch, 
Pembrokeshire. Matric. from Pembroke College, Oxford, 
Mar. i8, 1760, age 19; B.A. (Oxford) 1764- {Al. Oxon.) 

PHELPS, THOMAS SPENCER. B.A. 1836, incorp. from Oxford; 
M.A. 1836. Adm. at Emmanuel, June 22, 1836. Of Somerset. 
[S. of WiUiam, of East Pennard.] Matric. from Balliol 
College, May 15, 1793, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1797. R. of 
Maperlon, i82o-'i6, and of Weston-Bampfylde, Somerset , 
1836-56. Died Dec. 6, 1856. {Al. Oxoiu; Clergy List.) 

PHELPS, THOMAS TETTRELL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 15, 1891. S. of Thomas, of 62, Onslow Gardens, South 
Kensington, London. B. Sept. 9, 1871, in London. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1899. Adm. 
Solicitor, 1897 (Messrs Phelps, Sidgwick and Biddle, of 
Aldermanbury) . Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, Jan. 28. 
1907. On the South-Eastern Circuit. Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (Capt., London Yeomanry (Middlesex 
Hussars)). Of 8, Orrne Court, Bayswater, in 1925. {Harrow 
Sch. Reg.; Univ. War Lists; Law Lists.) 

PHELPS, WILLIAM (1864), see CLIFFORD. 

PHELPS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Sx John's, Oct. 3, 1870. 
S. of William B., gent, (and Jessie Sibthorp). B. Apr. 27, 
1851, at Odstock, Wilts. Did not reside. Brotherof Henry H. 
■ (1874). 

PHELPS, WILLIAM PEYTON. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 1883. 
[2nd] s. of Lieut.-Col. — [Peyton], Royal Engineers, Governor 
of Spike Island, Queenstown. B. [Apr. 22], 1865, at Karachi. 
School, City of London. Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886: 
M.A. 1890. ."Vssistant Actuary, Equity and Law Life 
Assurance Society, 1898. F.I. A. Of 19, Ormonde Gate, 
Chelsea. Died Mar. 14, 1942, at Torquay. Brother of 
Eustace A. (1899). {Venn, n. 463; The Times, Mar. 16, 
1942.) 

PHENfe, JOHN SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 8, 1847. 
[Younger s. of WilUam, clothworker. B. Sept. 17, 1824. 
School, King's Lynn Grammar; and at Durham University.] 
Doubtful if resided. An architect. F.K.I.B.A., 1872; 
F.R.G.S., 1862; F.S.A., 1872. One of the founders of the 
Huguenot Society and of the Japan Society. Master of the 
Clothworkers' Society, 1906. Designed a house in Upper 
Cheyne Row in a supposed Renaissance style. Married Mar- 
garet Forsyth. Died in London, Mar. 9, 1912; buried at 
Kensworth, Beds. (J. B. Whitmore; Dailv Telegraph, Mar. 12, 
1912.) 

PHILBRICK, ARTHUR JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 23, 1884. [2nd] s. of Frederick Adolphus [Q.C., of the 
Middle Temple], of Oldfield, Bickley Park, Kent. B. Aug. 7, 
1866, in London. School, Rugbv. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 
and LL.B. 1887. Adm. at the Middle Temple, July 2, 1886. 
Called to the Bar, May 15, 1889. District Land-Commissioner, 
Gold Coast. Of Sekondi, Gold Coast, in 1904. Died Jan. 30, 
1941, at Bournemouth. {Rtigby Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; Inns 
of Court; The Times, Feb. 3, 1941.) 

PHILBRICK, GEORGE HOOPER. Adm. at Clare, Tune 18, 
1888. [S. of George, J. P., of Reading.] School, Monkton 
Combe, Bath. Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891. Assistant 
Master at Hartlepool Grammar School, 1891; at a Prep. 
School at Brighton, and at Brook House, Dover. Head 
Master of Clare House School, Beckenham, Kent. 1903-30-. 
Died June 29, 1934, aged 64, at Ecchinswell, Newbury; 
buried there. Brother of the next. {Schoolmasters' Direc- 
tories; The Times, July 3, 1934.) 

PHILBRICK, JOHN HAROLD. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Sept. 29, 
1893. [3rd] s. of George [J. P.], of Parkhurst, Bath Road, 
Reading. B. June 20, 1874, at Reading. School, Monkton 
Combe. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896; B.Chir. and M.A. 
1900; M.B. 1903. At the London Hospital; House Surgeon 



Philipps, Henry Erasmus Edward 

and House Physician there. Medical Officer, Bengal Nagpur 
Railway Co., India. Of Bilaspur, Central Provinces, in 1910. 
Died May 14, 1917, at Kharagpur. Brother of the above. 
(Medical Directories; The Times, May i8, 1917.) 

PHILIP, HERMANN HOFFMAN. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Magdalene, Sept. 13, 1892. Of Washington, D.C., U.S.A. 
Matric. Michs. 1892. 

PHILIP, JOHN YOUNG. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1898. S. of 
David, Esq., of Edgehill, Rowelston Place, Edinburgh. 
School, George Watson's College, Edinburgh. Matric. Michs. 
1898. Of Auchness, Elgin, in 1933 ('late of Calcutta'). 

PHILIP, JOSEPH DEAN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 14, 
1849. Did not reside. Adm. at St John's, Oct. 13, 1849. 
Of New York, U.S.A. Matric. Michs. 1849. Migrated to 
Queens', Oct. 31, 185 1; his name appears on the boards until 
1857. Author of Luther at the Diet of Worms and other Poems 
published by J. Webb, Cambridge, Massachusetts. This was 
the subject set for the Chancellor's English medal in 1856 
(won by Wallace, of Emmanuel) ; Philip's poem must have 
been an unsuccessful attempt. (F. P. White; Notes and 
Queries, June 3, 1944.) 

PHILIP, WILLIAM EDWARD. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 9, 1891. 
From Edinburgh University; M.A. Matric. Michs. 1891 ; B.A. 
{■yd Wrangler) 1894; (Math. Trip., Pt II, isc Class, 1895); 
M..A. 1S98. Fellow, 1896. Senior Chief Inspector of Schools 
for Scotland. Died July 31, 1944, in Edinburgh. {The Times, 
Aug. 2, 1944.) 

PHILIPPS, see also PHILLIPPS, PHILIPS and PHILLIPS. 

PHILIPPS, ARTHUR PERCY CHANNELL. Adm. pens, at 
Selwyn H., Oct. I, 1S97. [S. of the Rev. George (Jesus 
College, Oxford, 1844), of i, Zion Hill Place, Bath.] B. 
Feb. 18, 1878. [School, Malvern College.] Matric. Michs. 
1897; B.A. 1900. A planter in Ceylon in 1924. {Malvern 
Coll. Reg.) 

PHILIPPS, CHARLES E. G. (1868), see FISHER, C. E. G. 

PHILIPPS, EDWARD (1780), see PHILLIPS. 

PHILIPPS, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, May 21, 
1761. [Only] s. of [the Rev.] John (possibly Jesus College, 
Oxford, 1733), of Carmarthen. School, Westminster. Matric. 
Michs. 1761; Scholar, 1762; B.A. 1766; M.A. 1769. M.P. for 
Carmarthen, Oct. 1780-Mar. 1784. Married and had issue. 
Died Apr. 17, 1784. {Record of Old Westminsters; Inns of 
Court; G. Mag., 1784, i. 395.) 

PHILIPPS (post FOLEY-PHILIPPS), GEORGE WILLIAM 
FISHER. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1897. [2nd] s. of Sir 
Charles [Edward Gregg] (1868, sub Fisher), Bart., of Picton 
Castle, Haverfordwest. [B. Dec. 9, 1878.] School, Chel- 
tenham College. Matric. ]\lichs. 1897. Second Lieut., Durhemi 
Light Infantry, 1902; Lieut., 1905; Capt., 1914. Served in 
the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., Welsh Guards, 1915; 
wounded). Retired on half-pay, 1918. Of The Ridgeway, 
Pembrokeshire, and Abermarlais Park, Carmarthens. 
Assumed, by Royal Licence, the additional surname and 
arms of Foley, 1922. Married, 1918, Eleanor Etna, dau. of 
Capt. Thursby-Pelham, of Abermarlais Park, Carmarthens. 
(and widow of Baron de Rutzen, of Slebech Park, Pembroke- 
shire). Brother of Henry E. E. (1889). {Cheltenham Coll. 
Reg.; Army Lists; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families.) 

PHILIPPS, HENRY. B.A., 1780. Incorp. from Oxford. [S. of 
Thomas, pleh., of St Peter's, Carmarthen.] Matric. from Jesus 
College, Oxford, May 27, 1773, age 19; B.A. (Oxford) 1777. 
{Al. Oxon.) 

PHILIPPS, HENRY ERASMUS EDWARD. Adm. at Trinity 
Hall, Jan. 1889. [Eldest] s. of Sir Charles [Edward] Gregg, 
ist Bart. (1868, sub Fisher), of Picton Castle, Haverfordwest, 
Pembrokeshire [who assumed the name of Philipps in lieu of 
Fisher in compliance with the will of his father-in-law, 1876] 
(and Mary Philippa, dau. of the Rev. James Henry Alexander 
Philipps, of Picton Castle, Pembrokeshire). B. Mar. 9, 1871. 
School, Eton. Matric. Lent, 1890. Lieut., Carmarthen 
Militia Artillery, 1900. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Capt., Special List; A.D.C.). Of Tregeyb, Llandilo, S. Wales. 
Succeeded his father as 2nd Bart., June 5, 1928. J. P. for 
Carmarthens.; D.L. and J. P. for Pembrokeshire; County 
Alderman, 1910-25. Member of the governing body of the 
Church in Wales. Commander of the Order of St John of 
Jerusalem. Lord Lieut, and Custos Rot. of the town and 
county of Haverfordwest, 1932-38. High Sheriff, 1934. 
Married, June 3, 1909, Victoria Gladys Elizabeth, only child 
of John WilUam Gwynne-Hughes, of Tregeyb, and had issue. 
Died May 23, 1938; buried at Llandilo. Brother of George 
W. F. (1897). {Who's WJw; Walford, County Families; 
Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The Times, May 24, 1938.) 



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PHILIPPS, HENRY REES. Matric. Non-CoU., Easter, 1873. 
[S. of James Rees, solicitor, of 3, Berkeley Place, Cheltenham, 
Gloucs.] B. Apr. 29, 1854. School, Cheltenham College. 
Adm. pens, at Downi.vg, Jan. 27, 1876; B.A. 1877. ' Patented 
many inventions.' Died Mar. 1893. Brother of the next. 
(Cheltenham Coll. Reg.) 

PHILIPPS, HERBERT REES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 3, 
1865. S. of James Rees, solicitor, of 3, Berkeley Place, 
Cheltenham, Gloucs. B. there. May 18, 1846. School, 
Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs. 1865. Became a Non- 
Collegiate student; Person prize, 1871 and 1872; B.A. 1874; 
M.A. 1877. Junior Clerk in the G.P.O., 1867; in the India 
Office (estates and wills branch), 1868; in the PubUc 
Works Dept., i86g; statistics and Commercial Dept., 1874. 
Member of the Select Commission on depreciation of silver, 
1876; editing the Report of the Commission, 1883. A Senior 
Clerk, 1883. Compiled statistical abstracts and statements 
on British India. Died Feb. 3, 1894, in London. Brother of 
the above. (CheltcnJiam Coll. Reg.; Hist. Reg. wrongly awards 
the Porson prize to his brother.) 

PHILIPPS, JAMES HENRY ALEXANDER (1833), see 
GWYTHER, J. H. A. 

PHILIPPS, RICHARD NATHANIEL. Adm. Fell.-Com. at 
Christ's, July 10, 1835. [Eldest s. of Nathaniel, D.D. 
B. Oct. 23, 1807, at Sheffield.] Matric. Michs. 1835; LL.B. 
1849; LL.D. 1872. President of the Union, 1837. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, May 31, 1833. Called to the Bar, June 11, 
1841. A Special Pleader. On the Northern Circuit. Recorder 
of Pontefract, 1871-7. J. P. for Middlesex and for the West 
Riding of Yorkshire. F.S.A., 1855. Took a great interest in 
rowing; said to have been the originator of the Cambridge 
use of the Ught blue colours. Died Sept. 5, 1877, at Broom 
Hall, Sheffield. (Boase, 11. 1495; Peile, II. 455; Law Lists; 
Inns of Court; Boating, Badminton Library, 37.) 

PHILIPS, si-e also PHILLIPPS, PHILIPPS and PHILLIPS. 

PHILIPS, BURTON HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 31, 
1877. [Eldest] s. of John Capel (1849), of The Heath House, 
Tean, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs. B. [Oct. i], 1858, in London. 
School, Eton. Matric. .Michs. 1877. Second Lieut., 97th Regt. 
of Foot (from the .Militia), 1879. Transferred to the 23rd 
Foot; Lieut., Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 1881; Capt., 1887; 
Major, 1898; retired, 1898. C.M.G., 1899. Served in the 
South African War, 1898-1901; A.D.C. to Lieut. -Gen. Sir 
H. C. Chermside, R.E. Lieut. -Col., Reserve of Officers, 1902. 
Resided latterly at Stoke-on-Trent. Married, Feb. 10, 1904, 
Lucy Madeline, dau. of Col. George B. H. Marton, of Capem- 
wray, Camforth. Died Mar. 30, 1927. [Army Lists; Burke, 
L.G.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; WIu) was Who.) 

PHILIPS, FRANCIS MAITLAND. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 23, 1867. [Eldest s. of Henry Lee, of Brighton. B. 
Oct. 20, 1848. School, Harrow.] Doubtful if resided. Matric. 
from Merton College, Oxford, Jan. 25, 1868, age 19. Sub- 
Lieut., 2nd Dragoons, 1872; Lieut., 1872; Capt., 1879. Adm. 
at the iMiddle Temple, May 19, 1881 (as of the Univ. of 
Edinburgh). Of 106, East Sheen Avenue, East Sheen, Surrey, 
in 1925. [Harrow Sch. Reg.; Army Lists; Al. Oxon.; Inns of 
Court.) 

PHILIPS, GEORGE RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 9, 
1808. [Only s. of Sir George, ist Bart, (and Sarah Ann, dau. 
of Nathaniel Phillips, of Hollinghurst). B. Dec. 23, 1789. 
School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1808; B.A. 1812; M.A. 1816. 
Of Weston House, Warws. M.P. for Horsham, 1818-20; 
for Steyning, 1820-32; for Kidderminster, 1835-7; f^ Poole, 
1837-52. J. P. and D.L. for Warws. and WorcS; High 
Sheriff of Vv'arws., 1859. Succeeded as 2nd Bart., 1844. 
Married the Hon. Sarah Georgiana Cavendish, dau. of the 
2nd Lord Waterpark, and had issue. Died, s.p.m., Nov. 22, 
1883, when the title became extinct. {Eton Sch. Lists; Boase, 
II. 1495; Return of M.Ps.; Burke, L.G.; W. R. Williams, 
MSS.) 

PHILIPS, GEORGE WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 18, 1892. [Eldest] s. of [the Rev.] Edward (St John's 
College, Oxford, 1856), of The Long Close, Holhngton, Staffs, 
(and Hmilv, dau. of the Rev. George Mather, of Huntley 
HaU, StaSs.). B. [Apr. 7], 1873, at Holhngton. School 
[Bilton Grange and] Repton. Matric. Michs. 1892. Ord. 
deacon (York) 1898; priest, 1899; C. of .AH Saints, Scar- 
borough, 1898-1902. C. of Westbury-on-Sevem, Gloucs., 
1902-3. V. of France Lynch, 1903-9. R. of Checkley with 
HoUington, Staffs., 1909-20. Married, Sept. 5, 1905, Florence, 
eldest dau. of Major Henry Eardley-Wilinot, and had issue. 
Died Dec. 16, 1920. {Bilton Grange Reg.; Repton Sch. Reg.; 
Crockford; Burke, L.G.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families.) 

PHILIPS, GILBERT HENDERSON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. II, 1880. [Eldest] s. of [the Rev.] Gilbert Henderson 
(Brasenose College, Oxford, 1S41), of Brodsworth, Doncaster, 



Phillimore, John Ernest 

Yorks. (and Emily Georgiana, dau. of Lieut. -Col. Henry 
Dixon, 8ist Regt.). B. [Oct. 25], i860, at Dringhouses, 
Yorks. School, Brodsworth (private). Matric. Michs. 1880; 
B.A. 1884. .\dm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 6, 1882. Married, 
Dec. 3, 1907, GwendoUne Anna, only dau. of the Rev. Ernest 
C. ToUemache, and had issue. Died July i, 1936, at Bedford. 
{Inns of Court; Burke, L.G.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; 
The Times, July 2, 1936.) 

PHILIPS, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Sidney, July 4, 1846. 3rd s. 
of Joseph, Esq., of Leicester. B. there. School, Leicester 
(Mr Hill). Matric. Michs. 1846; B.A. 185 1. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) 1850; priest, 1852; C. of Crowle, Lines., 1853-64. 
Disappears from Clergy List and Crockford, 1865. 

PHILIPS, JOHN CAPEL. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
July 6, 1849. [Only] s. of John Burton (and Joanna Freeman, 
dau. of Capel Cure, of Blake HaU, Essex). B. [Oct. 9, 1831], 
at The Heath House, Staffs. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 
1850. Capt., 23rd Regt. Married, July 14, 1857, the Kon. 
Fanny Esther Flower, dau. of Henry, 5th Viscount Ashbrook. 
Of The Heath House, Tean, near Cheadle, Stags., and of 
Newlands, Gloucs. J. P. and D.L. for Stafis. Died Sept. 18, 
1907. Fatherof Burton H. (1877). {Rugby Sch. Reg.; Buike, 
L.G.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families.) 

PHILIPS, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Feb. 11, 

1832. [2nd] s. of Joseph [of Tottenham, Middlesex]. B. at 
Leicester. School, Uppingham. Matric. .Michs. 1832; B.A. 
1837; M.A. 1840. Adm. at the Inner Temple, June 4, 1836. 
Called to the Bar, June 6, 1857. Special Pleader. On the 
South-Eastem Circuit. Died Dec. 23, 1884, aged 71, in 
London. (Scott, MSB.; Law Lists; Inns of Court; The 
Guardian, Dec. 31, 1884.) 

PHILIPSON, GEORGE HARE. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Caius, 
June 30, 1858. [3rd] s. of George Hare, J. P., manufacturer, 
of Newcastle-on-Tyne (and Ehzabeth Lucy, dau. of John 
Atkinson, of Newcastle-on-Tyne). B. there [.'Vlay 18, 1836]. 
From University College, London. Matric. Michs. 1858; B.A. 
and M.B. 1862; M.A. and M.D. 1865. At University CoUege 
Hospital. M.R.C.S.; U.S.A., 1858. F.R.C.P., 1873- D.C.L., 
Durham, 1882; Hon. LL.D., Glasgow. Lecturer in .Medicine 
at the University of Durham, 1872-6; Professor of Medicine 
there, 1876-1918. Consulting Physician to Newcastle Royal 
Victoria Infirmary. Physician, Newcastle-on-T\Tie Fever 
Hospital. President, College of Medicine, Newcastle-on- 
TjTie. Bradshaw Lecturer, Royal CoUege of .Physicians, 
London, 1884. President, British Medical .Association, 1893. 
Knighted, 1900. Hon. Col., R.A.M.C. (T), Northumbria, 
1908-13. Pro Vice-ChanceUor, Durham University, 1910; 
Vice-Chancellor, 1912 and 191 3. Presented with an illu- 
minated address by the Council of Durham University 
Medical College on completing 50 years of service to the 
College. J. P. Author, medical. Died Jan. 24, 1918, at 
Newcastle. {Venn, 11. 341 and addenda; Medical Directories; 
Wlu) was Who.) 

PHILIPSON, JOSEPH WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H., 
Oct. I, 1888. B. June 16, 1S69. [School, Christ's Hospital, 
exhibitioner.! Matric. Michs. 1888; Scholar; B.A. 1891; 
M..\. 1907. Assistant Master at Trinity College, Stratford- 
on-Avon, 1895; at Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, 
Kingston-on-Thames, 1896-9. Joint Principal of Purbeck 
Preparatory School, Swanage, 1899-1902. Senior Master, 
Carnarvon County Secondary School, 1903-14. Assistant 
Master at Crewe County Secondary School, 1916-19; at 
Lincoln Grammar School, 1920. Of Portsmouth in 1946. 
{Christ's Hospital Exhibitioners; Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

PHILIPSON (or PHILLIPSON), WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, June 26, 1849. S. of Henry, farmer, of Great 
Grimsby, Lines, (and Martha). B. there. Bapt. July 10, 
1830. Matric. Michs. 1849, as PhiUipson; B.A. i85ji- Ord. 
deacon (Worcester) 1854; priest, 1855. R. of Bradley, Lines., 
1855-76. Died Aug. 26, 1876. 

PHILLIMORE, JOHN ERNEST. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 6, 
1887. [Eldest] s. of [.Admiral] Henry Bouchier [C.B.], of 
Stoneleigh, Landsdown, Bath. B. [Feb. 20], 1869, at Hain- 
bledon, Hants. School, Westminster. Matric. .Michs. 1887; 
B.A. 1890. Entered the I.C.S., 1890. Assistant .Magistrate 
and Collector at Sarum, 1890; at Samastipore, 1S02; Joint 
.Magistrate and Collector, 1896; Magistrate and CoUector, 
1901. Judge, Assam X'alley District, 1903; District and 
Sessions Judge, East Bengal and Assam, 1906; transferred 
to Bengal, 1912; retired, 19 15. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19, with the Anglo-French Red Cross Society, at Passy, 
France. Died [uly 29, 1927. {Record of Old Westminsters; 
I.C.S. Lists.) 



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PHILLIMORE, JOSEPH. LL.D. 1834, incorp. from Oxford. 
[Eldest s. of the Rev. Joseph (Christ Church, Oxford, 1768), 
V. of Orton-on-the-HiU, Leics. (and Mary, dau. of John 
Machin, of Kensington). B. Sept. 14, i775- School, West- 
minster.] Matric. from Christ Church, Oxford, May 30, 1793; 
B.A. (Oxford) 1797; B.C.L. (Oxford) 1800; D.C.L. (Oxford) 
1804. Regius Professor of Civil Law at Oxford, 1809-55. 
Adni. an advocate of Doctors' Commons, 1804. Judge of the 
Cinque Ports, 1809-55. M.P. for St Mawes, 1S17-26; for 
Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, 1826-30. Judge of Gloucester 
Consistorv Court, 1846-55. Principal Commissioner for final 
adjudication of the French claims under treaties of 1815 and 
1818, in 1833. F.R.S., 1840. Married, Mar. 19, 1807, Eliza- 
beth, dau. of the Rev. Walter Bagot, V. of Blithfield, Staffs., 
and had issue. Died Feb. 24, 1855. (Burke, P. and B. and 
L.G.; Al. Oxon.; D.N.B.; Return of M.Ps.; W. R. Williams, 
MSS.) 

PHILLIPPO, GEORGE JEKYLL. Adm. at Cavendish H., 
Apr. 21, 1SS4. [3rd s. of the Hon. James Cecil, M.D., of 
Kingston, Jamaica.l Matric. Easter, 1884. Migrated to 
Downing, Oct. i, 1885; B.A. 1887. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, May 8, 1886. Called to the Bar, Nov. 18, 1889. 
(Law Lists, 1940; Inns of Court.) 

PHILLIPPS, see also PHILLIPS, PHILIPS and PHILIPPS. 

PHILLIPPS, AMBROSE LISLE MARCH PHILLIPPS (1825), 
see DE LISLE. 

PHILLIPPS, CHARLES LISLE MARCH. Adm. Fell.-Com. 
(age 19) at Magdalene, June 21, 1831. S. of Charles March 
(next), of Garendon Park, Leics. (and Harriet Ducarel). 
School, private. Matric. Michs. 1831; B.A. 1835; M.A. 1838. 
Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1844; priest, 1845. V. of Queniborough, 
Leics., 1846-56. V. of Sheepshed, 1856-74. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1875. (Scott, MSS.) 

PHILLIPPS, CHARLES MARCH. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
Dec. 12, 1796. Eldest s. of Thomas (formerly March, 1767), 
Esq., of Garendon, Leics. (and Susan, dau. of Charles Lisle, 
of Moyles Court, Hants.). B. May 28, I779, at South Wam- 
borough, Hants. Schools, Dorchester, Sherborne (Mr Cutler) 
and Eton. Matric. Easter, 1800; B.A. 1802; M.A. 1805. 
Adm. a member of Trinity, Oct. 20, 1826. Of Garendon 
Park and Grace Dieu Manor, Leics. M.P. for Leicestershire, 
1818-20 and 1831-2; for N. Leicestershire, 1832-7. D.L. for 
Leics.; High Sheriff, 1826. Capt., Leics. Yeomanry Cavaky, 
1803-7. Married, 1807, Harriet, dau. of John Gustavus 
Ducarel, of Walford, Somerset (and Marquis de Chatenay in 
France). Died Apr. 24, 1862, at Cheltenham. Father of the 
above; brother of William M. (1807), Samuel (i797) and 
Edward T. M. (1800). (Boase, 11. 1500; Return of M.Ps.) 

PHILLIPPS, CHARLES SPENCER MARCH. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, July 9, 1831. [Eldest s. of Samuel March (i797). 
of Cumberland Terrace, Regent's Park, barrister of the Inner 
Temple. [B. Feb. 18, 1815. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 
1833; Scholar, 1836; B.A. 1837. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
May 27, 1837. Called to the Bar, June 12, 1840. Died Sept. 
1869. (Eton Sch. Lists; Inns of Court; Law Lists.) 

PHILLIPPS (post PHILLIPPS-TREBY), EDWARD MOWBRAY 
(or MOUBRAY). Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 23, 1874; 
from St Mary Hall, Oxford, whence he had matric. Feb. i, 
1873, age 19. [2nd] s. of Paul Winsloe, Capt., R.A. (who 
assumed the name of Phillipps-Treby, by Royal Licence, 
1877) [of Kingston, Canada] (and Helen). B. Oct. 5, 1853. 
Bapt. Jan. 4, 1854. Matric. Easter, 1874. Ord. deacon 
(Exeter) 1878; priest (Exeter) 1881; C. of St Nicholas, 
Brighton, 1878-80. C. of Plympton, St Mary, Devon, 1881-5. 
R. of Minster and Fon-abury, Cornwall, 1885-95. Died Jan. 
18, 1927, in London. (Al. Oxon.; Scott, MSS.; Matrics. and 
Degrees, 1851-1900, give matric. as 1867.) 

PHILLIPPS, EDWARD THOMAS MARCH. Adm. pens, at 
Sidney, May 29, 1800. 3rd s. of Thomas (formerly March, 
1767), of Garendon Park, Leics. B. June 21, 1784, at 
Crakemarsh, Staffs. Schools, Sherborne (Mr Cutler) and 
Charterhouse. Matric. Easter, 1803; B.A. (6th Wrangler) 
1804; M.A. 1807. Ord. deacon (London, Litt. dim. from 
Rochester) Sept. 25, 1807. R. of Hathem, Leics., 1810-59. 
V. of Dishley, 1816-43. Chancellor of the Diocese of Glou- 
cester, 1820-59. Married, Apr. 20, 1812, EUzabeth, dau. of 
Christopher Hayes, of Liverpool. Author, Sermons, etc. 
Died July 12, 1859, at Hathem rectory. Brother of Charles 
M. (1796), Samuel (i797) and WiUiam M. (1807). (Boase, 
II. 1500; Clergy List; Al. Carthus.) 

PHILLIPPS, HENRY VIVIAN. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 1890. 
[Eldest] s. of Henry Mitchell (and Louise), of Devonshire 
Place, London. B. [Apr. 13], 1870, at Beckenham, Kent. 
School, Charterhouse, and at Heidelberg College. Matric. 



PHILLIPPS, William 

Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893. Modem Languages Master and 
Choirmaster at Fettes College, 1893-1905. Called to the Bar, 
Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 27, 1908. Private Secretary to the 
Secretary of State for Scotland, 1912-16; to Mr Asquith, 
1917-22. M.P. for W. Edinburgh, 1922-4. Chief Liberal 
Whip, 1923-4. Of Upper Kennards, Leigh, Tonbridge. J. P. 
for Kent, 1915; Chairman, West Kent Quarter Sessions, 
1933-8. Married and had issue. (List of Carthusians; Venn, 
II. 515; Who's Who; Sclioolmasters' Directories; Kelly, 
Handbook.) 

PHILLIPPS, JAMES ORCHARD (1836), see HALLIWELL, J. 0. 

PHICLIPPS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Feb. 14, 
1821. [2nd] s. of Edward, deceased, of Broadway, Worcs. 
Matric. Lent, 1821; (Civil Law Classes, ist Class, 1823-4); 
LL.B. 1827. Adm. at the Middle Temple, June 9, 1823. 
(Inns of Court.) 

PHILLIPPS (formerly MARCH), SAMUEL. Adm. FeU.-Com. at 
Sidney, June 21, 1797. 2nd s. of Thomas (formerly March) 
(next), of More Crichel, Dorset [and of Garendon Park, 
Leics.]. B. July 14, 1780, at Crakemarsh, Staffs. Schools, 
Dorchester, Sherborne (Mr Cutler) and Charterhouse. 
Assumed the name of Phillipps, 1796. Matric. Easter, 1800; 
B.A. (8th Wrangler) 1802; Chancellor's Classical medal, 1802; 
M.A. 1805. Fellow. Adm. at the Inner Temple, May 29, 
1799; and at the Middle Temple, Apr. 6, 1804. Ca'led to the 
Bar, 1806. An Exchequer Bill Loan Commissioner. Under- 
Secretary for Home Affairs, 1827-48. Privy Councillor, 1848. 
Married, Oct. 16, 1812, Charemelle, 2nd dau. of Charles 
Grant. Author, Treatise on the Law of Evidence, at one time 
a standard text-book in England and America. Died Mar. 11, 
1862, at Great Malvern. Father of Charles S. M. (1831); 
brother of Charles M. (1796), Edward T. M. (1800) and 
William M. (1807). (Boase, 11. 1500; D.N.B.) 

PHILLIPPS (sometime MARCH), THOMAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. 
(age 19) at Sidney, Mar. 31, 1767, as Thomas March. S. of 
Thomas, merchant, deceased. B. in London. Schools, 
Hoddesdon (Mr Bennet) and Charterhouse. Matric. Easter, 
1767; B.A. 1771; M.A. 1774. Assumed the name of Phillipps 
on succeeding to the estate of Garendon Park, Leics., under 
the wiU of his cousin, Samuel Phillipps, 1796. Married Susan, 
14th dau. of Edward Lisle, of Cmx-Easton, Hants. Father 
of the above, of Edward T. M. (1800), Charies M. (1796) and 
WiUiam M. (1807). (D.N.B. , sub his son, Samuel.) 

PHILLIPPS, THOMAS. .Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Feb. 15, 
1812. [3rd] s. of the Rev. N[icholas] (? Trinity CoUege, 
Oxford, 1777), of Bodmin, Comwall (and Dennis, dau. of 
William Flamank, of Boscame). [B. 1790, at 3odmin.] 
Matric. Easter, 1812; B..^. 1815. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1814. 
Died Feb. 18, 1817, aged 25, at Fowey. Brother of WilUam 
(1810). (Boase, ColleU. Cornub., 731; G. Mag., 1817, i. 377-) 

PHILLIPPS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 24, 1820. 
Of Herefordshire. [3rd s. of the late Rev. John, V. of Stoke 
St Milburgh, Salop (and Anne, dau. of Charles Pye, of 
Wadley, Berks.). B. .^.ug. 16, 1801. School, Rugby.] Matric. 
Michs. 1820. Migrated to Jesus; B.A. 1824; M.A. 1834. Ord. 
deacon (Gloucester) Dec. 19, 1824; priest (Bath and Wells) 
1826; C. of Haselton, Gloucs., 1824-6. C. of Berrow, 
Somerset, 1827. C. of King's Pyon, Heref., 1828-34. Perhaps 
R. of Little Birch in 1835. V. of Dewsall with Callow, 
1838-76. Married, July 11, 1838, Anne Penelope, dau. of 
John Biddulph, of Ledbury, and had issue. Died Oct. 24, 
1883. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Foster, Index Eccles.; Crockford; 
Burke, L.G.) 

PHILLIPPS (post PHILLIPPS-FLAMANK), WILLIAM. Adm. 
pens, at Jesus, Mar. i, 1810; from Queen's College, Oxford, 
whence he had matric. Mar. 1, 1805, age 17. Of Comwall. 
[Eldest] s. of [the Rev.] Nicholas (? Trinity College, Oxford, 
1777) [R- of Lanivet] (and Dennis, dau. of William Flamank). 
[B. Dec. 13, 1786.] Matric. Michs. 1810; B.A. 1811; Scholar, 
1812. R. of Lanivet, Comwall, 1817-61. Alderman of 
Bodmin, 1817; Mayor, 1821. In accordance with the will of 
Dr W. Flamank took, by Royal Licence, the name of 
Flamank in addition to that of Phillipps, Feb. 17, 1848. 
Died Dec. 6, 1861, at Lanivet. Brother of Thomas (1812). 
(Boase, Colled. Cornub., 250 (sub Flamank); Al. Oxon.; 
Vivian, Vis. Cornwall, 163.) 

PHILLIPPS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Mar. 28, 
1822; Scholar, 1823. 

PHILLIPPS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 18, 
1822. Of Worcester. Matric. Michs. 1822; B.A. 1826. Ord. 
deacon (Gloucester) Dec. 21, 1828; priest, Dec. 20, 1829; 
C. of Charlton-Abbots, Gloucs., 1828. C. of Buckland, 
-1841-7; R. there, 1848-77. Disappears from Crockford, 
1878. (Hockaday, MSS.) 



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PHILLIPPS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age i6) at Trinity Hall, 
Jan. lo, 1870. [Eldest] s. of Richard, Esq., of Belsize Park 
Gardens, London. [B. 1854. School, Harrow.] Matric. 
Michs. 1872; Scholar, 1873; B.A. 1876. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, May 3, 1875. Called to the Bar, June 29, 1881. 
Subsequently on the London Stock Exchange. Of 69, Court- 
field Gardens, South Kensington, in 1885, and Onslow 
Gardens in 1900. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; Inns of 
Court ; Foster, Men at tlie Bar.) 

PHILLIPPS, WILLIAM MARCH. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Nov. 10, 1807. [4th] s. of Thomas (formerly March, 1767), 
of [More Crichel], Dorset [and sometime of Garendon Park 
Leics.]. [B. May 19, 1790.] School, Charterhouse (1803-7). 
Matric. Easter, 1808; B.A. 1812. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 
June 20, 1813; C. of Hathem, Lines., 1813. Died 'lately' 
(in June), 1818, at Garendon Park. Brother of Charles M. 
(1796), Samuel (1797) and Edward T. M. (1800). (List of 
Carthusians; G. Mag., 1818, i. 645.) 

PHILLIPPS-TREBY, EDWARD MOWBRAY (1874), see 
PHILLIPPS. 

PHILLIPS, see also PHILLIPPS, PHILIPS and PHILIPPS. 

PHILLIPS, ALEXANDER ROBERT SOUTH. Adm. pens, at 
Selwyn'H., Oct. 10, 1885. [Yst. s. of John South (1843), of 
Ixworth Lodge, Suffolk. B. June 5, 1867.] Matric. Michs. 
1885; B.A. 1888; M.A. 1894. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1892; priest, 
1894; C. of Brampton, Hunts., 1892-5. C. of Hale, 1895- 
1901. R. of Frome Vanchurch with Batcombe, Dorset, 
1901-12. R. of Eynesbury, Hunts., 1912-40. Hon. Canon 
of Ely, 1931-43. Rural Dean of St Neots, 1924-9 and 1934-7. 
C. of Great with Little Paxton and Toseland, Hunts., 1940-51-. 
Brother of John W. H. (1868). (Crockford.) 

PHILLIPS, ALFRED. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, June 14, 

1820. [2nd] s. of Sir Richard, Kt. B. [Mar. 4, 1802], in 
London. School, private. Matric. Michs. 1820; Scholar, 
1821; exhibitioner, 1823; B.A. (28^/; Wrangler) 1824; M.A. 
1837. B.D. and D.D., Trinity CoUege, DubUn, 1841; ad 
eundem, Cambridge, 1864. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Dec. 27, 

1821. Ord. deacon (Chichester) 1832; priest, 1832. V. of 
Kilmersdon, Somerset, 1833-49. Head Master of Crewkeme 
Grammar School, 1838. Principal of King William's College, 
Isle of Man, 1839-41. First Principal of Cheltenham College, 
1841-4. Principal of Henwick House School, Worcester, 
1845-63. V. of Bushbury, Staffs., 1863-8. Subsequently 
sometime resident in Demerara and Lecturer at Christ 
Church, Georgetown, B. Guiana. Died June 10, 1880, 
aged 78, at Stadbridge rectory, Dorset. (King William's Coll. 
Reg. (Phihps); Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; Inns of Court; Boase, 
II. 1502; The Guardian, June 16, 1880.) 

PHILLIPS, ALFRED CHANDOS. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. I, 1897. Of Dorset. S. of the Rev. George 
Esmond (1862). B. Sept. 21, 1878, at Stalbridge. Schools, 
Birkenhead Grammar and Berkhampstead. Matric. Michs. 
1897; B.A. 1900; M.A. 1905. Assistant Master at Greenfield 
Hall School, Holywell, igoi ; at Aldro School, Eastbourne, 
1902; at Cothill House School, Abingdon, from 1903. 
(Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

PHILLIPS, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Jan. 24, 
1861. [Eldest] s. of Thomas, of Cambridge. B. there. Matric. 
Lent, 1861; B.A. (15th Wrangler) 1864; M.A. 1867. FeUow, 
1866. Sometime Assistant Master at Elizabeth College, 
Guernsey. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Apr. 26, 1864, 
age 25. Called to the Bar, June 26, 1867. Practised in India 
before the Calcutta Bar until 1895; afterwards in England, 
before the Privy CouncU. Standing Counsel to the Govern- 
ment of India. .Author, legal. Died Jan. i, 1921, aged 82, 
at Bath. (Scott, MSS.; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, 
Men at the Bar; The Times, Jan. 4, 1921.) 

PHILLIPS, ARTHUR ANDREW. Adm. pens, at Corpls 
Christi, Oct. i, 1885. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888. 

PHILLIPS, ARTHUR JOHN. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 1881. 
On the London Stock Exchange. Died June 6, 1936, at 
Barnes, Surrey. (The Times, June 8, 1936.) 

PHILLIPS, ARTHUR LIONEL. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Sept. 28, 1888. S. of T. W., Esq., of Cowbridge, Glam. 
Matric. Michs. i888. 

PHILLIPS, ARTHUR LLOYD. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. i, 
1897. S. of the Rev. Edward Andrew (1864), of Swalecliffe 
rectory, Kent. B. Jan. 19, 1877, at Hoddesdon, Herts. 
School, Christ CoUege, Brecon. Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 
1900; M.A. 1908. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1900; priest, 
1902; C. of Ashford, Kent, 1000-7. Diocesan Inspector for 
Ely, 1907-12. V. of Blyth with Ranskill and Bamby Moor, 
Notts., 1912-28. V. of Ware, Herts., 1928-47. Brother of 
Edward H. (1893). (Crockford.) 



Phillips, Charles Percy 

PHILLIPS, BENEZRA. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, July 18, 
1849. [4th s. of the Rev. Henry George (1810), R. of Great 
Whelnetham and V. of Mildenhall. B. 1830. Schools, Bury 
St Edmunds and Brighton College.] Matric. .Michs.' 1849. 
Died Jan. 27, 1852, at Great Whelnetham rectory, Suffolk; 
buried there. (Bury St Edmunds Sch. Reg.; Brighton Coll. 
Reg.; G. Mag., 1852, i. 316.) 

PHILLIPS, CECIL RAY. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 1899. 
S. of George. B. June 6. 1880, at West MaUing, Kent. 
Schools, Cranbrook and St Edward's, Oxford. Matric. Michs. 
1899. Kept five terms. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1904; priest, 
1906; C. of Heath Town, Staffs., 1904-7 and 1908-g. C. of 
St John-the-Baptist, Longton, 1907-8. C. of All Saints, 
Ipswich, 1911-26. Perm, to off. at Claydon with .^kenham, 
1927-9. Chaplain, St Audry's Hospital, Melton, 1930-46. 
Of Worthing in 1951. (Crockford.) 

PHILLIPS, The Rev. CHARLES. B.A. 1764, incorp. from Oxford; 
M.A. from Magdalene, 1764. [S. of Charles, gent., of Wal- 
thamstow, Essex. School, Felsted.] Matric. from Brasenose, 
Oxford, Mar. 14, 1744-5, age 16; B.A. (St Alban HaU) 
1748-9; M.A. (Oxford) 1764. V.of TerUng, Essex, until 1801. 
J. P. for Essex. Died Sept. 18, 1801, aged 74, at Langford 
parsonage, Essex. (Al. Felsted; Al. Oxon.; G. Mag., 1801 
II. 870.) 

PHILLIPS, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, June 19, 
1816. S. of Thomas. B. [1797], at Leek, Staffs. School, 
Repton. Matric. Michs. 1816. Migrated to Clare, Jan. 28, 
1818; M.B. 1825; M.D. 1830. One of these names 'of the 
Dispensary,' Wigan, Lanes., in 1850 (not in i860). (Repton 
Sch. Reg.; Medical Directories.) 

PHILLIPS, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 3, 1838. 
Matric. Lent, 1838; B.A. 1842. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) 
June 6, 1841; priest, Dec. 18, 1842; C. of St James, Gloucester, 
1841-3. C. of St Mary's, Somers Town, .Middlesex, 1844-5. 
C. of St Luke's, King's Cross, 1847-9. Evening Lecturer at 
St Swithin's, London Stone, 1847-56. V. of St Matthew's, 
Oakley Square, St Pancras, 1849-88. Died at the vicarage, 
Feb. 14, 1888, aged 76. (Crockford; The Guardian, Feb. 22, 
1888; Clergy List.) 

PHILLIPS, CHARLES ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 

May 11, 1853. Of Gloucester. Matric. Michs. iSs^; B.A 

1858. 

PHILLIPS, CHARLES AUGUSTINE. Adm. at King's, Oct. 7, 
1890. S. of the Rev. John Henry (1849), of Okeford Fitz- 
paine. B. 1871. School, Sherborne. Matric. Michs. 1890; 
exhibitioner, 1891; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1897. Ord. deacon (Ely) 
1897; priest, igoi; C. of St Edward's, Cambridge, 1897-1901. 
C. of Okeford-Fitzpaine, Dorset, 1901-10. Subsequently 
Lie. Pr., dio. of Salisbury and of Winchester. C. of Holy 
Trinity, Bournemouth, 1943-50. Died Mar. 27, 1950. Brother 
of Frank B. (1884). (Sherborne Sch. Reg.; Crockford; King's 
Coll. Reg.) J 

PHILLIPS, CHARLES HAYWARD. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 
1887. [S. of the Rev. Evan Owen (1844), Canon of St David's. 
B. 1868. School, Shrewsbury.] Migrated to Clare, Jan. 16, 
1888; B.A. 1890; M.A. 1894. Ord. deacon (St .\saph) 1892; 
priest, 1893; C. of Chirk, Denbighs., 1892-9. V. of St Mary's, 
Pembroke, 1899-1923. Died Dec. 26, 1923. M.l. in St David's 
Cathedral. (Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Crockford; The Guardian, 
Jan. 4, 1924.) 

PHILLIPS, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1883. 
S. of Dr — [Charles Douglas Fergusson, F.R.C.S. (M.D., 
Aberdeen, 1852)], of Henrietta Street, Cavendish Square, 
London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1883. Address as 
Furze Lodge, Slough, in 1907. (Eton Sch. Lists.) 

PHILLIPS, CHARLES KEITH. Adm. at St Catharine's, 
Jan. 16, 1899. S. of Alfred, M.R.C.S. [of London]. B. there, 
Dec. 1, 1880. [School, Merchant Taylors'.] Matric. Michs. 
1899; exhibitioner; B.A. 1902; M.A. 1913. Adm. sohcitor, 
Nov. 1911; practised in London. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Second Lieut., R. Irish Rifles, 1915; Capt., H.Q.. 
2nd Army, 1917; Major, General List (D..'\..-\..G.), G.H.Q., 
Italy, 1918; O.B.E. (Mil.), 1919; mentioned in despatches). 
Land and Legal Adviser, Imperial War Graves Commission. 
M.V.O., 1923. Died Jan. 23, 1945, at Milton, near .\bingdon, 
Berks. (Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; The Times, 
Jan. 25, 1945.) 

PHILLIPS, CHARLES McGOWAN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 

Jesus, .Apr. 1890. S. of Charles, Esq. B. at Singapore. 

School, Raffles Institution, Singapore. Matric. Easter, 1890; 

B.A. and LL.B. (Law Trip., Pt II, 1st Class) 1893; M.A. 1897. 
PHILLIPS, CHARLES PERCY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 16, 

1883. S. of Joseph, of St Martin's, Stamford, Lines. B. there 

[Feb. 21], 1865. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 

1886. Adm. Solicitor, .Apr. 1890; practised at Stamford. 

Died Sept. 10, 1913. Brother of Ernest W. (1887). (Harrow 

Sch. Reg.; Law Lists.) 



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Phillips, Charles Thompson 

PHILLIPS, CHARLES THOMPSON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 20, 1884. [2nd] s. of the Rev. Thompson {1852), V. of 
IvegiU, Cumberland (and Eliza Catherine Sleigh). B. Mar. 13, 
1866, at Holme Eden vicarage, Carlisle. School, Sedbergh 
(H. G. Hart., M.A.). Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. i88g. Ord. 
deacon (Newcastle-on-Tyne, for Durham) 1890; C. of Bishop 
Wearmouth, Durham, 1890-3. C. of Kendal, Westmorland, 
1893-7. V. of West Seaton, Cumberland. 1897-1905. V. of 
Ivegill with High Head, 1905-19. V. of Stanwix, 1919-23. 
V. of Troutbeck, Westmorland, 1023-33- Died Mar. 12, 
1933. Brother of James R. (1S82) and Edward F. (1893). 
(Edward E. Phillips pedigree and correspondence; Eagle, 
XL VII, 252; The Times, Mar. 14, 1933.) 

PHILLIPS, DAVID. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 13, 1863. 
Matric. Lent, 1864. 

PHILLIPS, DAVID. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. i, 1898. S. of 
Hem-}', of Llanelly, Cannarthens. B. there [Oct. 31], 1874. 
School, University CoUege, Cardiff. Matric. Michs. 1898; 
B.A. (Moral Sci.Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1901 ; (Ft II, ist Class, 
1902); M.A. 1906. 

PHILLIPS (or PHILIPPS), The Rev. EDWARD. M.A. 1780, 
from Peterhouse. [Doubtless s. of Edward, of Monmouth.] 
Matric. from Pembroke College, Oxford, Mar. 27, 1745. 
age 19; B.A. (Oxford) 1748; M.A. (Oxford) 1751. V. of 
Tarring, Sussex, 1786, and R. of Patching, 1786-1803. Died 
1803. [Al. Oxon.; T. A. Walker, 348; G. Mag., 1803, 11. 1091.) 

PHILLIPS, EDWARD. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Magdalene, 
Apr. I, 1789. S. of Richard, of Tyn-y-rhos, near Oswestry. 
School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1789; B.A.