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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.SA. 

PRESIDENT OF QUEENS' COLLEGE 



PART II 

FROM 1752 TO 1900 

VOLUME VI 
SQUARE— ZUPITZA 



CAMBRIDGE 

AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS 

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ALUMNI CANTABRIGIENSES 



FROM 1752 TO 1900 



Square, Alfred Arthur 

SQUARE, ALFRED ARTHUR. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1897. 
Eldest s. of Alfred, merchant, of 3, Anglesey Villas, Ford 
Park, Plymouth. B. there, Aug. 2, 1879. School, Marl- 
borough College. Matric. Michs. 1897. Nephew of the next 
two. {Marlborough Coll. Reg.) 
SQUARE, CECIL. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 6, 1878. S. of 
William Joseph, surgeon, of Plymouth (and Charlotte Ann). 
B. Feb. 26, i860, at Plymouth. Bapt. Jan. 13, 1875. [School, 
Marlborough College.] Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882; M.A. 
1885. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 1883; priest, 1884; C. of Newport 
PagneU, Bucks., 1883-5. C. of St John-the-EvangeUst, 
Newbury, 1885-8. C. of Kenn, Devon, 1888-94. R. of 
St Dominic, Cornwall, 1894-1934. Died Dec. 15, 1934- 
Brother of the next. (Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Crockford.) 
SQUARE, ERNEST. Adm. (age 20) at Caius, Jan. 26, 1872. 
S. of William Joseph, F.R.C.S., of Plymouth. B. there 
[Apr. 28, I '^ji]. School, Marlborough College. Matric. Lent, 
1872; B.A. KS75; M.A. 1879. Ord. deacon (Salisbury) 1875; 
priest, 1876; C. of Dilton Marsh, Wilts., 1875-9- ^- ol Frome- 
Selwood, Somerset, 1879-83. C. of Holy Trinity, Bury, 
Lanes., 1883-5. C. of St Mary's, Cardiff, 1886-7. R. of 
St Mary Steps, Exeter, 1887-91. C. of St Stephen's, Devon- 
port, 1892-6. R. of Wheatacre, Suffolk, 1896-1910. C. of 
St Mary Steps, Exeter, 1911-22. Died Oct. 23, 1922. Brother 
of the above. (.Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; Venn, 
u. 401; Crockf'^rd; The Guardian, Oct. 27, 1922.) 
SQUIBB, ARTHUR, •■^dm. pens, at St John's, May 5, 1856. 
S. of George James, surgeon (and Frances Elizabeth). Bapt. 
Nov. 21, 1836, at St Mark's, North Audley Street, London. 
School, Marlborough Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1856; B.A. 
1861. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1862; priest, 1863; C. of Stapleford, 
Cambs., 1862-6. C. of St Saviour's, Hoxton, 1866-7. C. of 
St Bartholomew-the-Great, London, 1871-4. C. of Mistley, 
Essex, 1874-5. C. of Bocking, 1876-82. C. of Everdon, 
Northants., 1886-7. C. of TivetshaU, Norfolk, 1887-91. 
Resided latierly at South Crescent, Bedford Square, London, 
where he died Mar. 3, 1900. (Eagle, xxii. 259; Crockford; 
The Times, Mar. 7, 1900.) 
SQUIBB, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 28, 1817. 
[sth s. of George, auctioneer, of Boyle Street, London. B. 
Mar. 23, 1802.] Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Mar. 27, 1813. 
Of Pan ton Square, Haymarket. (Inns of Court; H. H. G. 
Clark, Some Account of the Clark Family, 36; V. Hodson.) 
SQUIRE, ALFRED BENNETT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 31, 
1873. S. of Charles [James Flower], [solicitor], of 2, Dumford 
Street, Stonehouse [Pl>'mouth]. Devon. B. Aug. 17, 1853, 
at Bodmin, Cornwall. School, Cheltenham College. Matric. 
Michs. 1873. (Cheltenham Coll. Reg.) 
SQUIRE, ALFRED MORGAN. Adm. pens, at Christ's. Sept. 29, 
1900. S. of Samuel. B. Apr. 3, i88o, at Leicester. Schools, 
Wyggeston's, Leicester, and South Eastern College [St 
Laurence], Ramsgate. Matric. Michs. 1901; B..'^. 1904. In 
business at Leicester. Latterly of Firway Lodge, Grayshott, 
Surrey. Of Benifold, Headley, Bordon, Hants., in 1950. 
Brother of Samuel G. (1897). (St Laurence Coll. Reg.; Peile, 
II. 844.) 

SQUIRE, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 33) at Pembroke, June 30, 
1841. S. of John Squire, merchant, of London. B. there. 
Matric. Michs. 1841; B.A. 1845. House Surgeon and Clinical 
Clerk at St Bartholomew's Hospital. M.R.C.S., 1834; L.S.A., 
1833. Practised at Deal, Kent. Died Dec. 10, 1888, aged 81, 
at Upper Deal. (Medical Directories; The Guardian, Jan. 2, 
1889.) 

SQUIRE, ARTHUR HAROLD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1884. Of Beds. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) 1889; priest, 1891; C. of Houghton Regis, Beds., 
1889-92. C. of St John's, Reading, 1892-3. C. of St Mar- 



Squire, Robert Hemington 

garet's, St Leonards-on-Sea, 1894-7. C. of St Paul's, 
St Leonards-on-Sea, 1897-1900. C. of Lymington, Hants., 
1900-2. C. of South Shoebury, Essex, 1902-4. R. of 
Quenington, Gloucs., 1904-28. Married, Oct. 21, 1890, 
Marion Gertrude, eldest dau. of George Henry NichoUs, Esq., 
of Washingborough, Lines. Died Mar. 20, 1928. (Crockford; 
The Times, Mar. 22, 1928.) 

SQUIRE, EDMUND. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Christ's, Mar. 25, 
1797. [2nd] s. of John, M.D. B. [Oct. 3, 1780], at Wands- 
worth, Surrey. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1797; 
Scholar, 1797; Tancred Divinity student, i797; B.A. i8oi; 
M..A. 1804. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1811; C. of St Neots, 
Hunts., 1811-13. Head Master of Felsted School, 1813-35. 
V. of Puttenham, Herts., 1831-5. R. of Ashen, Essex, 
1835-53. Died Feb. 22, 1853, aged 72. (Peile, n. 343; Foster, 
Index Eccles.; Clergy List; Al. Felsted.; G. Mag., 1853, 11. 558; 
R. L. Arrowsmith.) 

SQUIRE, JOHN ARNOTT. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Clare, Oct. 28, 
1791. B. at Galway, Co. Galway, Ireland. 

SQUIRE, JOHN FRANKLIN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Caius, 
Oct. 4, 1758. S. of the Rev. John (1715), i<- of Lavenham, 
Suffolk. B. there. Bapt. June 2, 1740. School, Christ's 
Hospital. Matric. Michs. 1758; Scholar, 1758; B.A. (5th 
Wrangler) 1763; M.A. 1766. Fellow, 1764-81; Dean, 1767-75. 
Usher at Bury St Edmunds School, 1763. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) July 24, 1763; priest, Aug. 12, 1764. Assistant 
Master at the Perse School, Cambridge, 1768. R. of Bratton- 
Fleming, Devon, 1780-1801. R. of Arlington, 1801-18. 
Sometime Chaplain to the Bishop of Lincoln. Died Aug. 2, 
1S18, at Barnstaple. Father of the next. (Christ's Hospital 
Exhibitioners, which confuses date of death with that of his 
son; Venn, 11. 75; G. Mag., 1818, 11. 375.) 

SQUIRE, JOHN FRANKLIN. Adin. pens, (age 17) at Caius, 
May 4, 1808. S. of the Rev. John [Franklin] (above), of 
Bratton-Fleming, Devon. B. there. Schools, Barnstaple and 
Exeter. Matric. Michs. 1808; B.A. 1812; M.A. 1815. Fellow, 
1814-28. Ord. deacon (Exeter) Nov. 12, 1815. R. of 
Beachampton, Bucks., 1827-34. Died June 17, 1834, aged 43. 
{Venn, 11. 151; G. Mag., 1834, 11. 441.) 

SQUIRE, LEONARD HARDING. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 
1876. rS. of H., of Heath View, Hampstead.] Matric. Michs. 
1876; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1883. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1879; 
priest. 1880; C. of St Paul's, Maidstone, 1879-82. C. of 
Southborough. Kent, 1882-7. C. of Coulsdon, Surrey, 1887-9. 
V. of Kenley, 1889-1918. Married, Oct. 16, 1888, Alice M. B., 
only dau. of R. J. Fremlin, Esq., of Maidstone. Died Feb. 11, 
1918. (Crockford; The Times, Feb. 13, 1918.) 

SQUIRE, RALPH TYNDALL. .Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1882. 
[2nd] s. of W. [WiUiam Stevens, of St John's Wood Park, 
London] (and Annie, dau. of the Rev. Robert Litler). [B. 
Sept. 10, 1863.] School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1882; 
B.A. 1885; M.A. 1889. Football (assoc.) 'blue,' 1884, 1886; 
played for England, 1886. Married, -Apr. 15, 1891, Constance, 
youngest dau. of Joseph Allen, of Abercom Place, St John's 
Wood. Died Aug. 22, 1944, in London. (Record of Old 
Westminsters; Book of Blues; The Times, Aug. 24, 1944.) 

SQUIRE, ROBERT HEMINGTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Sept. 12, 1862. S. of Josiah, of Dorking Surrey. B. Feb. 18, 
1843, at Deal, Kent. School, Sussex (private). Matric. Michs. 
1862; B.A. 1866. .\t St George's Hospital. M.R.C.S., 1878. 
Assistant Medical Officer at Bamwood House hospital for 
the insane, Gloucester, and later at the County Asylum, 
Whittingham, Lanes. Died July 6, 1900, at Haverstock HiU, 
London. (Medical DireUories; The Times, July 10, 1900.) 



VAC 11 VI 



Squire, Samuel 

SQUIRE, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at St John's, July i, 1781. Of 
Middlesex. [2iid] s. of the Kt. Kev. Samuel (1730). 'ate 
Bishop of St David's (and Charlotte, eldest dau. of Thomas 
Ardesoif, of Soho Square, London). B. Dec. 18, 1763. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1781; Scholar, 1781. Migrated to Jesus, 
Dec. 28, 1781; B.A. 1785; M.A. 1788. Adm. at the Middle 
Temple, Jan. 25, 1782. Died, unmarried, Sept. 7, 1843, at 
Leamington; buried in the vaults under Leamington church. 
(Eton Coll. Keg.; St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 485; Inns of Court; 
G. Mag., 1843, II. 445; Misc. Gen. et Her., 4th Ser., iii. 215.) 

SQUIRE, SAMUEL GIMSON. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Dec. 2, 
1897. S. of Samuel. B. [Jan. 14, 1879], at Leicester. School, 
Wyggeston's, Leicester. Matric. Michs. 1898; Scholar, 1900; 
B.A. (Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1901; M.A. 1905. Assistant 
Master at St Peter's School, York, 1903-8; at Oundle School 
from 1908. Of St Anthony House, Oundle, in 1946. Brother 
of Alfred M. (1900). (Peile, 11. 823; Schoolmasters' Directories; 
Univ. War List.) 

SQUIRE, WILLIAM BARCLAY. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pem- 
broke, July 3, 1875. Only s. of William, merchant, of 
Feltham, Middlesex (and Elizabeth Ogden). B. [Oct. 16, 
1855], in London. [Educated privately.] Matric. Michs. 
1875; B.A. 1879. Hon. Fellow, 1925. Adm. Solicitor, 1883; 
practised in London until 1885. F.S.A.. 1888; F.R.G.S., 
1894. Assistant in the dept. of printed books, British Museum, 
1885-1912; Assistant Keeper, 1912-20. Music Critic for the 
Saturday Review, Westminster Gazette, Globe and Pilot, 1890- 
1904. During the Great War, 1914-19, in the Intelligence 
Dept. of the Admiralty, 1916-18; in the historical section of 
the Foreign Office, 1918-20. Keeper of the King's Music, 
1924-7. Contributor to the Encyclopcedia Britannica and to 
the D.N.B. Compiled catalogues of old printed music in the 
British Museum, in the Chapter library of Westminster 
Abbey and in the Royal College of Music. Hon. Sec, Purcell 
Society. Knight of Grace of the Order of St John of Jeru- 
salem, 1918. M.V.O., 1926. Died, unmarried, Jan. 13, 1927, 
in London. His sisters founded the W. B. Squire prize in his 
memory. (Who was Who; D.N.B.) 

SQUIRE, WILLIAM THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
July 7, 1825. S. of [Wright] Thomas (and Mary Philipson, 
dau. of the Rev. Charles Wright). B. [May 16, 1807I, at 
Peterborough. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1826. Joined 
the 2nd Life Guards, 1828; Capt., 1837; retired, 1838. Of 
Barton Place, near Mildenhall, Sufiolk. Married, 1838, Anne 
Alphonsa, dau. of James Stewart, of Boston, U.S.A., and 
had issue. (Eton Sch. Lists; Walford, County Families; 
Sir Wasey Sterry; Burke, L.G.) 

SQUIRES, HENRY CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Downing, Apr. 19, 
1879. Of Tennis Court Road, Cambridge. Matric. Easter, 
1879; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1888. Adm. Solicitor, i886; practised 
in Cambridge; founder of the firm of Messrs Squkes and Co., 
II, Peas Hill; retired, 1927. Resided at Vale House, Cherry- 
hinton Road, Cambridge. Married Charlotte, dau. of Sir 
Charles Todd, K.C.M.G., Postmaster-General of South 
Australia. Died Dec. i2, 1930, at Wantage. (Law Lists; 
The Times, Dec. 13, 1930.) 

SQUIRES, ROBERT ALFRED. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 6, 
1S65. S. of William Westbrooke,M.D. (and Ellen). B. May 6, 
1846, in Florence, Italy. Bapt. June 7, 1846. [School, Liver- 
pool College.] Matric. Michs. 1865; B.A. 1870; M.A. 1879. 
Ord. deacon (Canteifbury) 1870; priest (Bombay) 1872. 
Missioner (C.M.S.) at'Nasik, 1870-7 and 1881-92. Principal 
of the Divinity College, Poona, 1882-4 and 1888-9. Inc. of 
Girgaum Church, Bombay, 1884-7 and 1889-91. Fellow of 
Bombay University. C. of Holy Trinity, Tunbridge Wells, 
1892-5. V. of St Peter's, St Albans, 1895-1910. Rural Dean 
of St Albans, 1907-10. Married, Jan. 4, 1881, Bessie, dau. 
of Charles B. Ker, Esq., of Blackheath. Died Aug. 21, 1912, 
at Margate. (Eagle, xxxiv. 268; Crockford; The Times, 
Aug. 23, 1912.) 

SQUIRES, SIDNEY ROBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 18, 
1890. S. of Henry, attorney's clerk [died Feb. 19, 1872] (and 
Ann Parish). B. Jan. 27, 1868, at Leeds. Schools, Leeds 
Grammar (the Rev. J. Matthews) and Yorkshure College 
(Prof. Bodington). Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1897. 

SRAWLEY, JAMES HERBERT. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1888. 
S. of James, of Birmingham (and Anne Stubbs). B. Dec. 13, 
1868, at Aston. Schools, King Edward's, Aston and Bir- 
mingham. Matric. Michs. 1888; Scholar; Carus prize, 1891 
and 1892; B.A. (Class. Trip., 1st Class) 1891; (Theol. Trip., 
PtI, ist Class, 1893); M.A. 1895; B.D. 1903; D.D. 1908. Ord 
deacon (Lichfield) 1893; priest, 1894; C. of Walsall, Staffs., 
1893-3. Vice- Principal of Lichfield Theological College, 
1895-7. C. of St Mary-the-Less, Cambridge, 1898-1905. 
Lecturer, 1897-1912, and tutor of Selwyn Hostel, 1907-12. 



Stable, Samuel Montague 

R. of Weeting, Norfolk, 1912-19. Archdeacon of Wisbech, 
1916-23. Select Preacher at Cambridge, 1916, 1925 and 1930. 
V. of Sutton-in-the-Isle, 1919-24. Chancellor and Canon of 
Lincoln Cathedral, 1923-47. Married, June 21, 1898, Mary, 
only dau. of Francis Riddell, of Llandudno, and had issue. 
Author, The Epistles of St Ignatius; The Catechetical Oration 
of Gregory of Nyssa; The Early History of the Ltturgy; The 
English Consecration Prayer; etc. Of Minster Yard, Lincoln 
in 1952. (Venn, 11. 502; Crockford; Who's Who.) 

SRI-KANTA, COOMARA SWAmY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
July 12, 1890. S. of P. Coomara Sw4my. B. [June 13, 1872], 
in Colombo, Ceylon. School, St Thomas's, Colombo. Matric. 
Michs. 1890. In the Mercantile bank at Colombo. (Peile, 11. 
760.) 

SRIPAD, BABAJI THAKUR. .'\dm. pens, (age 20) at Christ's, 
May 9, 1870. B. in Bombay. Kept one term. 39th in I.C.S. 
examination, 1870. (Peile, 11. 615.) 

STAATS, CARL WILHELM OTTO. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1887. 
S. of W'ilham, merchant of [Blackheath], London (and Louisa 
Koenig). B. there, Dec. 8, 1868. School, Dulwich College. 
Matric. Michs. 1887. Became a Non-Coil, student; B.A. 
(Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1899. Of Paignton, Devon. 
'Died 3 or 4 years later' (viz., after 1899). (Dulwich Coll. 
Reg.; Venn, 11. 493.) 

STABB, ARTHUR FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Downing, Apr. 23, 
1891. [2nd s. of William Henry (and Ellen), of llfracombe.j 
Matric. Easter, 1891 ; M.B. and B.Chir. 1896. At St Thomas's 
Hospital; House Surgeon there, i8go. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 
1889; M.R.C.P., 1897; F.R.C.P., 1908. House Physician at 
Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, for 3 J years; and 
University Lecturer in Midwifery, 1897-1903. Senior Resi- 
dent Medical Officer at Queen Charlotte's Hospital. Assistant 
Physician and Lecturer in Midwifery at St George's Hospital. 
Practised in Harley Street ; retired by 1930. Married, June 20, 
1904, Florence Gertrude, 2nd dau. of James Edward Ran- 
some, of Ipswich. Latterly of Woodchester, Gloucs. Died 
Oct. 3, 1944, at Stroud. (Medical Directories; The Times, 
Oct. 5, 1944.) 

STABB, WILLIAM WILKING. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1884. 
S. of W[illiam] Wilking, surgeon, of Torquay. B. there, 
Sept. 17, 1866. School, Newton College, Newton Abbot. 
Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887; M.B. and B.Chir. 1890; 
M.D. 1893; M.A. 1919. .At St Thomas's and Queen Charlotte's 
Hospitals. Practised at Torquay. Married, 1900, Mary 
Gertrude, dau. of the Rev. O. C. Hartley, of Banwell Court, 
Gloucs. Died Mar. 8, 1934, at Torquay. (Venn, 11. 467; 
Medical Directories; The Times, Mar. 10, 1934.) 

STABBACK, The Rev. WILLIAM. B.A. 1810, incorp. from 
Oxford; M.A. from Jesus, 1810. [S. of the Rev. John 
(Exeter College, Oxford, 1745), of Exeter. B. there, 1759.] 
Matric. from Balliol College, Oxford, Oct. 17, 1778, aged 18; 
B.A. (Oxford) 1782. R. of East Anstey, Devon, 1800, and 
P.C. of Mariansleigh, 1809-37. R. of St Clether, Cornwall, 
1809-37, and V. of Sancreed, 1816-37. R. of St Stephen's, 
Exeter, 1816-37. Domestic Chaplain to the Earl of Harrowby. 
Married EUzabeth, 3rd dau. of the Rev. John Hoblyn, V. of 
Newton St Cyres, Devon. Died Aug. 16, 1837, at Exeter. 
(Al. Oxon.; Boase, Biblio. Cornub., 681; Boase, ColUa. 
Cornub., 921; The Extraordinary Black Book; G. Mag., 1837, 
II- 433-) 

STABLE, ERNEST ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Jan. 25, 1876. [2nd s. of Robert Scott, of Woodford, Essex 
(and Katherine Barrett, dau. of Major Wintringham Lus- 
combe, i8th R. Irish Regt.). B. 1857.] School, Felsted. 
Matric. Michs. 1876; Scholar; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1883. Adm. 
at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 19, 1884. Called to the Bar, Nov, 17, 
1887. Of 7, Castle Road, Bedford. Died Sept. 14, 1942, at 
Bedford; buried there. (Al. Felsted.; Law Lists; Inns of 
Court; Burke, L.G.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The 
Times, Sept. 17, 1942.) 

STABLE, SAMUEL MONTAGUE. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse. 
May 3183, 9. S. of Samuel Montague, deceased, of St Pancras, 
London. B. Apr. 26, 1839. [School, Bromsgrove.] Matric. 
Michs. 1859; B.A. 1863. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1865; 
priest, 1867; C. of Shuttington, Warws., 1865-8. C. of 
Brinkley, Cambs., 1868-70. C. of Calstone and Blackland, 
Wilts., 1870-1. C. of Withycombe, Somerset, 1871-4. C. of 
Great Maplestead, Essex, 1874-5. C. of Aldboume, Wilts., 
1S75-80. C. of Bampton-Aston, Oxon., 1880-4. C. of 
Thomton-in-Lonsdale, Yorks., 1884-8. V. of Newton-on- 
Trent, Lines., 1888-1930. Died June 5, 1930. (Bromsgrove 
Reg.; Crockford; The Times, June 7, 1930; T.A. Walker, 516,) 



Stables, Walter Howard 

STABLES, WALTER HOWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June I, i88o. S. of James, of 'Lane Ends,' Horsforth, Leeds. 
ii. Nov. 28, 1861. at Leeds. School, Kendal, Westmorland. 
Matric. Michs. 1880; B..-\. 1884; .M.A. 1887. President of the 
Union, 1884. Mus.Bac, Oxford, 1896. Ord. deacon (South 
well) 1886; priest, 1887; C. of St Mary's, Nottingham, 1886-8. 
C. of St Mary's, Scarborough, 1888-91. C. of St John's, 
Derby, 1891-6. V. of St Chad's, Far Headingley, Leeds, 
1896-1906. Married, July 9, 1889, Heuriet Emily, 3rd dau. 
of Canon F. .Morse, deceased, V. of St Mary's, Nottingham, 
and had issue. Composer, Morning Communion and Evening 
Service in D; Nicene Creed in D. Died Sept. 28, 1906. 
(Crockford; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The Times, 
Sept. 29, 1906.) 

STAGE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Sept. 17, 
1782. S. of Thomas, of Ramsgate. School, Canterbury. 
Matric. Michs. 1783; Scholar, 17S5; B.A. (^th Wrangler) 1787; 
M..A. 1790. FeUow, 1789; Junior Dean, 1794-9. Died June 26, 
1805, at Cheltenham, 'where he went for the recovery of his 
health.' (G. Mag., 1805, 11. 682.) 

STAGEY, FRANCIS EDMUND. Adm. at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, Mar. 27, 1850. [2nd s. of the Rev. Thomas, of Cardiff 
(and Mary .■\nne, dau. of Edward Richards, of Plais Newydd, 
Glam.).] B. [.May 18, 1830] at Llandaff. .Matric. Easter, 
1850; B.A. 1854; M.A. 1857. FeUow, 1853-63. Cricket 
'blue,' 1853. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 3, 1854. Ceilled to 
the Bar, June 6, 1857. .On the South Wales Circuit. High 
Sheriff of Glamorgan, 1873. J-P- and D.L. for Glamorgaa 
Married, Sept. 4, 1862, Theodosia, dau. of Charles Tyndall, 
Esq., of The Fort, Bristol. Gave the west window in the 
College chapel, 1879. Died Oct. 3, 1885, at Llandough Castle, 
Glam. Brotherof John T. C. (1853). (Book of Blues; BMike, 
L.G.; Law Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar; The Guardian, 
Oct. 7, 1885.) 

STAGEY, FREDERIC GEORGE. Matric. Non-CoU. from 
Cavendish H., Michs. 1891. S. of James, Methodist minister 
[New Connexion; died May 11, 1891] (and Mary Ann 
Holland). B. .Mar. 16, 1874, in Sheffield. School, Sheffield 
Royal Grammar (the Rev. E. Senior), .-^dm. at St Jolm's, 
Jan. 16, 1892; B.A. 1894; M.B. and B.Chir. 1900. At 
Sheffield and Leeds hospitals. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1899. 
Resident surgical officer, London Homoeopathic Hospital. 
Practised at Sheffield. {Medical Directories.) 

STAGEY, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Downing, Oct. 17. 1877- 
Matric. .Michs. i877- [Perhaps s. of George. B. Dec. 2, 1858, 
at Birmingham.] 

STAGEY, The Rev. JOHN THOMAS GYRIL. M.A. 1853, incorp. 
from Oxford. [Eld. s. of the Rev. Thomas (Jesus College, 
Oxford, 1817), of Cardiff. B. .May 22, 1827. School, Shrews- 
bury (not in Register).] Matric. from Merton College, Oxford, 
Nov. 13, 1845, aged 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1849; M.A. (Oxford) 
1852. Ord. deacon (Llandaff) 1851; priest, 1852; C. of 
St John's, Cardiff, 1852-60. Of Tockington House, Gloucs. 
Married (i) i860, Mary, only dau. of Thomas W. Booker, 
M.P., and had issue; (2) Nov. 3, 1870, Emilia Blanche, dau. 
of the Rev. Roper Trevor Tyler, and had further issue. 
Disappears from Clergy List, 1879. Brother of Francis E. 
(1850). (Burke, L.G.; Crockford; C. R. Hudleston; Al. Oxon.) 

STAGEY, ROBERT HUGH. .\dm. pens, at St John's, May 22, 
1886. [Youngest] s. of Samuel Lloyd, merchant, of Tot- 
tenham (and .Mary Barclay). B. there, July 21, 1867. 
Schools, Bruce Castle, Tottenham (the Rev. VV. .•Umack) and 
Tonbridge (the Rev. T. B. Rowe). Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 
1889; M.A. 1893. Ord. deacon (Worcester, for London) 1890; 
priest (Southwell) 1896; C. of St John's, Holloway, 1890-2. 
C. of Great Yarmouth, 1892-3. C. of Stapenhill, Derbs., 
1894-9. C. of Northwood, 1S99-1900. C. of Woodford Green, 
Essex, 1900-3. C. of St Leonard's, Shoreditch, 1903-6. V. of 
Chesham with St George's, Tvler's Hill, Bucks., 1906-28. 
R. of Pulham St Mary Magd., Norfolk, 1928-44. Sub- 
sequently of Fritton, Long Stratton, Norfolk. Died Nov. 14, 
1947, at Nor^vich. (Crockford; The Times, Nov. 15, 1947.) 

STACK, EDWARD HUGH EDWARDS. Adm. pens, (age i8) at 
Pembroke, Oct. i, 1884. [3rd] s. of the Rev. Thomas 
Lindsay, B.D., of .Moville, Co. Londonderry, Ireland. B. 
Dec. 15, 1866, at Langfield, Co. Tyrone. [School, HaUevbury.] 
Matric. .Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887; M.B. and B.Chir. 1S92. 
At St Bartholomew's HospiUl; House Physician there. 
M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1892; F.R.C.S., 1897. Practised at 
Bristol. House Physician and House Surgeon, Royal In- 
firmary, Bristol. Clinical Lecturer at Bristol University. 
Ophthalmic specialist. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Capt., R.A.M.C). Married, Jan. 17, 1910, Caroline Marie 
Dorothea, dau. of Tristram Kennedy. Author, medical. Of 
'Avalon,' Clifton Downs Road, Bristol. Died Aug. 3, 1922. 
Brother of the next and of Thomas L. (1878). (Haileybury 
Reg.; Medical Directories; Plarr, Lives of the Fellows.) 



Stacye, John 

STACK, JOHN BAGOT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
Oct. II, 18S0. S. of the Rev. Thomas Lindsay, B.D., R. of 
Culmore, near Derry, Ireland. B. Dec. 27, i86i, at Langfield, 
Co. Tyrone. [School, Haileybury.] Matric. Michs. 1880; 
B.A. 1884. Ord. deacon (Bishop Kelly, for Salisbury) 1885; 
priest, 1886; C. of East Knoyle, Wilts., 1885-7. C. of Pelton, 
Durham, 1887-93. C. of Low Team, 1893-7; V. there, 1897- 
1934. Hon. Canon of Durham. Died Aug. 22, 1940, at 
Portrush. Brother of the above and of Thomas L. (1878). 
(Haileybury Reg.; Crockford.) 

STACK, JOHN MAURICE. Adm. (age 20) at Caius, Oct. i, 
1870. S. of James, late missionary in New Zealand. B. in 
Islington. School, Blackheath Mission. Matric. Michs. 1870; 
B.A. 1874; M.A. 1881. Ord. deacon (Salisbury) 1874; priest, 
1875; C. of Portland, Dorset, 1874-6. C. of St Matthew's, 
Clapton, Middlesex, 1876-9. C. of Braintree, Essex, 1879-81. 
C. of East London Mission, 1881-3. C. of St John's, Cubbitt 
Town, Poplar, 1883-9. Died Mar. ii, 1889, aged 39. (Venn, 
II. 394; The Guardian, Mar. 20, 1889.) 

STACK, THOMAS LINDSAY. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pembroke, 
Oct. I, 1878. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Thomas Lindsay, B.D., 
Canon of Derry Cathedral and R. of Culmore, Ireland. B. 
Sept. 1859, at Genelly, Co. Tyrone. Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 
1882; M.A. 1891. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1882; priest, 1883; 
C. of Great Yarmouth, 1882-6. C. of Wrotham, Kent, 
1887-97. C. of Lydd, 1897-1903. V. of Braboume with 
Monk's Horton, 1903-16. R. of Bircholt, 1903-16. R. of 
Newchurch, New Romney, 1916-19. Died July 27, 1919. 
Brother of John B. (1880) and Edward H. E. (1884). (Hailey- 
bury Reg.; Crockford; The Times, Aug. i, 1919.) 

STAGKHOUSE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, May 8, 
1832. S. of .\nthony. B. [July 19, 1813], at Stainforth, 
Yorks. [School, Giggleswick.] Matric. Michs. 1832; B.A. 
1836; M.A. 1839. Ord. deacon (Lichiield) 1836; priest, 1837; 
C. of Hohnesfield, Derbs., 1836-8. C. of Wormhiil, 1838-41. 
C. of Cottesmore, Rutland, 1841-4. C. of Uffington, Lines., 
1844-8. P.C. of Thwaites, Cumberland, 1849-74. P.C. of 
Stainforth, Yorks., 1874-93. J-P- for Cumberland. Married, 
May 20, 1840, Maria, dau. of George Slack, of Stanwick, 
Yorks. Disappears from Crockford, 1894. (Giggleswick Sch. 
Reg.; Boase, Collect. Cornub., 925.) 

STAGKHOUSE, NATHANIEL. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 5. 
1786. TDoubtless s. of Nathemiel, second Member of the 
Councilof Bombay. B. Sept. 22, 1767, at Bombay.] Matric. 
Michs. 1786; B.A. 1790. (F. P. White; V. Hodson.) 

STAGKHOUSE (post STAGKHOUSE-AGTON), THOMAS PEN- 
DARVES. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Jesus, Feb. 3, 1798. [3rd] s. 
of John, Esq. (Exeter College, Oxford, 1758), of Pendarves, 
Cornwall (for whom see D.N.B.) (and Susannah, dau. of 
Edward Acton, of Acton-Scott, Salop). Bapt. Aug. 9, 1778. 
[Schools, Rugby and Harrow.] Matric. Lent, 1801; B.A. 
1804; M.A. 1807. Assumed the additional surname of Acton, 
1834, on succeeding to .-^cton-Scott. J. P. and D.L. for Salop. 
Married, Jan. 28, 1812, Frances, eldest dau. and heiress of 
Thomas Andrew Knight, of Downton Castle, Salop Died 
Feb. II, 1835, at Acton-Scott. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Harrow 
Sch. Reg.; Boase, Collect. Cornub., 923; Boase, Biblio. 
Cornub.; G. Mag., 1835, i. 333 (sub Acton); Burke, L.G.) 

STAGKHOUSE, WILLIAM ANTHONY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June II, 1879. S. of Thomas, of Taitlands, near Settle, 
Yorks. B. Apr. 26, i860, at Settle. School, Giggleswick. 
Matric. Michs. 1879. Second Lieut., Yorks. Rifle Volunteers, 
1879; Capt., 1882; Major, 1895. Died Sept. 18, 1901, at 
Amside, Westmorland; buried at Stainforth. (Giggleswick 
Sch. Reg.; Army Lists.) 

STAGPOOLE, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Dec. 12, 
1840. [One George Charles Stacpoole was M.D., Edin., 1845; 
M.R.C.S., 1842; L.S..A.., 1846: of Epsom, Surrey, in 1870, 
and of Kaiapoi, New Zealand, in 1880. (Medical Directories.)] 

STAGPOOLE, RICHARD JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Apr. 28, 1812. Of Co. Clare, Ireland. [2nd s. of William, of 
Edenvale, Co. Clare (by his 2nd wife, Honoria, dau. of 
William Stamer, of Camelly, Co. Clare, and widow of Temple 
French). B. May 21, 1793. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 
1812; name off, Oct. 8, 1814. .A.dm. at Lincohi's Inn, May 11, 
1812. Ensign, 14th Regt. Of Edenvale, Co. Clare. J. P. and 
D.L.; High Sheriff, 1827. Married, May 13, 1825, Jane, dau. 
of Andrew Stackpoole, of BaUyally. Died Oct. 9, 1866. 
(Burke, L.G.; V. Hodson; F. P. White; Inns of Court; Eton 
Sch. Lists.) 

STACYE, JOHN. .'^.dm. pens, at Christ's, May i, 1827. B. in 
Notts. [S. of the Rev. Thomas (1776) (and Maria Outram).] 
Matric. Michs. 1827; Scholar, 1828; B.A. 1831; M.A. 1834. 
Ord. deacon (Rochester, for Y'ork) 1833; priest (York) 1834; 
C. of Worksop, Notts., 1833-47. C. of Redmile, Leics., 
1848-50. Chaplain of Shrewsbury Hospital, Sheffield, 
1850-90. Died in 1890. Father of the next. (Peile, 11. 425; 
Crockford.) 

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Stacye, John Evelyn 

STACYE, JOHN EVELYN. Adm. peas, at Christ's, Apr. lo, 
1872. S. of the Rev. John (above), Master of Shrewsbury 
Hospital, Sheffield. B. there [Sept. 9, 1852]. School, at home. 
Matric. Michs. 1872; B.A. 1876; M.A. 1879. Ord. deacon 
(York) 1877; priest, 1878; C. of Ecclesfield, Yorks., 1877- 
1905. Resided at The Lodge, Grenoside, Sheffield, where he 
died Sept. 24, 1905. (PeiU, 11. 622; Crockford; The Times, 
Sept. 30. 1905.) 

STAYCE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Christ's, June 3, 
1776. S. of the Rev. John (1741), of Bathfield, near Sheffield 
(and Anne, dau. of Robert Jessop, of Waterthorpe, Derbs.). 
B. at Bathfield. School, East Retford. Matric. Michs. 1776; 
B.A. 1780; M.A. 1783. Ord. deacon (York) 1780; priest, 
1781; C. of Dinnington, Yorks., 1780. V. of Glossop, Derbs., 
1781-92. V. of Worksop, Notts., 1792-1847. Married Maria 
Outram, of Worksop. Died Jan. 28, 1847, aged 90, at 
Worksop. Father of John (1827). (Peile, 11. 305; G. Mag., 
1847, I. 447.) 

STAFF, EDGAR WILKINS. Matric. Non-Coil, from Cavendish 
H., Michs. 1889. Died Aug. 23, 1891. 

STAFFORD, CONWAY. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Dec. 12, 
1792. Of Devon. [S. of Thomas, of Oporto (by his 2nd wife, 
Mary Conway). B. Sept. 5, 1774. School, Merchant Taylors', 
London.] Matric. Michs. 1793; B.A. 1797. In Holy Orders. 
Sometime Chaplain at Oporto. .Married, 1799, Isabel, dau. 
of the Rev. William Page, Chaplain at Oporto, and had issue. 
Died before 1821. {Mercltant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; V. Hodson.) 



STAFFORD (or HOWARD-STAFFORD), HUMPHREY DE 
BOHUN HOWARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, Oct. i, 
1882. S. of Sir Edward WUliam, K.C.B. B. [Mar. 3, 1864], 
at Nelson, New Zealand. School, private. Matric. Michs. 
1882. Spent most of his life in the Argentine and elsewhere 
in South America. Died, unmarried, Sept. 21, 1933. Brother 
of Edward T. S. (1881, sub Howard-Stafiord). (Burke, L.G.; 
The Times, Sept. 26, 1933; R. S. Stafford.) 

STAFFORD, JACOB. Adm. sizar at St John's, July i, 1777. 
Did not reside. .\dm. sizar at Corpus Christi, Oct. 29, 1777. 
Of Norfolk. School, Wymondham. Matric. Michs. 1777; 
Scholar; B.A. 1781. Ord. deacon (Peterb., Litt. dim. from 
Norwich) June 4, 1781; priest, Sept. 19, 1784; C. of Great 
Wacton, Norfolk, 1781. Died Nov. 13, 1801, in St Stephen's 
parish, Norwich. {St John's Call. Adm., iv. 486.) 

STAFFORD, JOHN HUGH. Adm. a scholar at St Catharine's, 
May 17, 1895. S. of John Thomas. B. Aug. 29, 1876, at 
Leicester. [School, Wyggeston's, Leicester.] Matric. Michs. 
1895; B.A. 1898; M..-^. 1902; LL.B. 1905. Assistant Master 
(subsequently Second Master) at Caterham School, Surrey, 
-1910-33-. {Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

STAFFORD, STEPHEN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Sept. 17, 1796. Of Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1797. Adm. 
pens, at Christ's, July 6, 1798; Scholar, 1798; B.A. 1802. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 20, 1801; C. of Knapton, 
Norfolk. Ord. priest (London, for Rochester) Jan. 7, 1816. 
C. of Hadleigh, 1818-19. C. of Southchurch, Essex, 1819-27. 
Died Sept. 19, 1827, at South Shoebury, Essex, 'by an 
accidental discharge of his gun when shooting.' {Peile, 11. 
344; G. Mag., 1827, II. 379.) 

STAFFORD, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Jesus, June 23, 
1812. S. of the Rev. Thomas (doubtless, Pembroke College, 
Oxford, 1781). B. at Upton, Hunts. School, Oakham 
(the Rev. — Bradford). Matric. Michs. 1812; Scholar, 1813; 
B.A. 1816; M.A. 1821. Ord. deacon, 1816; C. of Brigstock 
with Stanion, Northants., 1816. {Northants. Clergy, xiii. 31.) 

STAFFORD-JERNINGHAM, HENRY VALENTINE (1821), see 
JERNINGHAM. 

STAFFORD-JONES, CHARLES STAFFORD (1896), see JONES, 
CHARLES STAFFORD. 

STAFFORD-O'BRIEN, AUGUSTUS (1829), see O'BRIEN. 

STAFFURTH, ARTHUR HAVELOCK. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
July 5, 1876. S. of Abraham, yeoman (and Elizabeth). B. at 
Bury, Hunts. Bapt. Apr. 23, 1859. School, Bedford Grammar 
.(Mr Phillpots). Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1883. 
Ord. deacon (Lincohi) 1881; priest, 1882; C. of Alkborough, 
Lines., 1881-2. C. of Normanby-Ie-Wold, 1883-6. C. of 
Brauncewell with Dunsby and Anwick, 1887-1907. R. of 
Brauncewell and V. of Anwick, 1907-10. Married, June 14, 
1881, Mary Jane, eldest dau. of William Kent, of Fen Ditton 
Hall, Cainbs. Author, Simple Family Prayers, based on the 
Ancient Offices of the Church. Died Mar. 13, 1910, suddenly, 
while driving from Anwick to Brauncewell, aged 55. Brother 
of James (1871). {Crockford; The Standard, Mar. 17, 1910.) 



Staines, Robert John 

STAFFURTH, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May i2, 
1866. [3rd s. of William, of Ramsey, Hunts. B. ."^ug. 1848. 
School, Uppingham.] Matric. Michs. 1866; (Law Trip., ist 
Class, 1869); LL.B. 1870; LL.M. 1874. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, Nov. 7, 1868. Called to the Bar, Jan. 20, 1872. On the 
Northern Circuit and Lancaster Chancery Court. Of 
5, St James's Square, Manchester. Died Oct. 18, 1911. 
Brother of Samuel (1865). {Uppinglutm Sch. Roll; Law Lists; 
Foster, Men at the Bar, which gives date of birth 1846; The 
Times, Oct. 20, 19 11.) 

STAFFURTH, HENRY HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
Oct. I, 1896. S. of the Rev. Samuel (1865), V. of Freiston, 
Lines. B. there, May 9, 1877. School, private. Matric. 
Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) 1901; 
priest, 1902; C. of St Paul's, Gloucester, 1901-3. C. of 
Evesham, Worcs., 1904-6. Died Sept. 16, 1906. Brother of 
Samuel F. (1891). {Crockford; The Times, Sept. 19, 1906.) 

STAFFURTH, JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 24, 1871. 
S. of Abraham, farmer (and Elizabeth). B. at Bury, Hunts. 
Bapt. June 7, 1853. [School, Bedford Grammar.] Matric. 
Michs. 1871; Scholar, 1874; B.A. 1875; M.A. 1884. Ord. 
deacon (Chester) 1876; priest, 1878; C. of St Matthias, Liver- 
pool, 1876-7. Chaplain at Ajaccio, Corsica, 1878. C. of 
St George's, Everton, Lanes., 1878-9. C. of Wonersh, Surrey, 
1880-2. C. of Eastham, Cheshire, 1882-3. C. of St John's, 
Hammersmith, 1884-7. C. of All Saints, Margaret Street, 
London, 1887-90. C. of St Mary Magdalene, Munster Square, 
1890-5. C. of the Church of the Annunciation, Bryanston 
Street, 1895-7. C. of St Mary Magdalene, Munster Square, 
1897-1929. Died Feb. 21, 1929, aged 76, at 41, Thornhill 
Square, London, N. Brother of Arthur H. (1876). {Eagle, 
XLV. 278; Crockford; The Times, Feb. 23, 1929.) 

STAFFURTH, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Sidney, May ii, 1865. 
Eldest s. of William, farmer, of Ramsey, Hunts. B. there, 
Aug. 25, 1842. School, Edmonton (Mr White and Mr 
Richards). Matric. Michs. 1865; B.A. 1869; M.A. 1874. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) 1868; priest, 1869; C. of Freiston with 
Butterwick, Lines., 1868-74; V. there, 1874-1915. Preb. of 
Lincoln, 1890-1915. Died, very suddenly, at Freiston, 
Mar. 1, 1915. Brother of Henry (1866); father of Henry H. 
(1896) and the next. {Crockford; The Times, Mar. 4, 1915.) 

STAFFURTH, SAMUEL FRANCIS. Adm. (age 20) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. I, 1891. Eldest s. of the Rev. Samuel (above), 
V. of Freiston, Lines. B. there. Mar. 28, 1872. School, 
Aldenham. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1903. 
Assistant Master at Weymouth College, 1895-1900; at Wick 
School, Hove, 1900-15. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1929; priest, 1931 ; 
C. of Ramsey, Hunts., 1929-32. V. of Upwood with Great 
Raveley, 1932-6. Died Sept. 21, 1936. Brother of Henry H. 
(1896). {Univ. War List; Crockford; The Times, Sept. 23, 
1936.) 

STAINBURN, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, May 22, 
185 1. S. of John, of Halifax, Yorks. B. at Boroughbridge. 
School, Heath, Halifax. Matric. Michs. 185 1; B.A. 1856. 

STAINER, ARCHIBALD LEO. Adm. scholar at St Catharine's, 
May 17, 1895. S. of William Henry. B. Apr. 5, 1S77, at 
Basingstoke. Matric. Michs. 1895; B..-^. 1S98. 

STAINES, JAMES HOWARD. Adm. at Sidney, Oct. i, 1884. 
S. of William Charles, mercantile clerk, of Highgate Road, 
London. B. Sept. 2, 1865, at Greenwich. School, St Paul's. 
Matric. Michs. 1884; B..\. 1887. B.D., St Andrew's, 1896. 
Assistant Master at Macclesfield Grammar School, 1888-92. 
Secretary to the New College, Hampstead, 1896. {St Paul's 
Sch. Reg.) 

STAINES, JOHN AUGUSTUS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, 

May 26, 1853. S. of Matthew William (next). B. [Aug. 2, 
1833], at CUfton. School, Guernsey College. Matric. Michs. 
1853. Ensign, 62nd Regt., 1855; Lieut., 6th Regt., 1857; 
Capt., i860; 77th Regt., 1861; retired, 1863. Resided latterly 
at Brighton. Died May 25, 1895, at Petersfield, Hants. 
{Venn, 11. 313; Eliz. Coll. Reg.) 

STAINES, MATTHEW WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, 
Feb. 16, i8io. S. of — , of 13, Windsor Place, City Road, 
London. Matric. Lent, i8io; B.A. 1814; M.A. 1855. Father 
of the above. 

STAINES, ROBERT JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, 
Mar. 23, 1840. B. at Ouiidle, Northants. School, Oundle. 
Matric. .Michs. 1S40. Migrated to Trinity Hall, Feb. 4, 1842; 
B.A. 1845. Went to Vancouver Island as the first resident 
chaplain to Hudson's Bay Company, 1849. Master of the 
school at Fort Vancouver, 1850-4. Drowned on his way home 
to England in 1854, when his ship foundered with all on 
board. (Bishop of British Columbia; Clergy List; Crockford.) 



Staines, William Tolbutt 

STAINES, WILLIAM TOLBUTT. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 27, 1792. S. of Richard, alderman of Canterbury (and 
Sarah, dau. of John and Elizabeth Tolbutt). B. there. 
[School, King's, Canterbury.] Matric. Michs. 1793; Scholar, 
1793. Migrated to Queens', Feb. 5, 1795; B.-'X. 1797; M-A. 
1800. Fellow of Queens', 1798. Ord. deacon (Ely) Sept. 23, 
1798; priest (Canterbury) Oct. 6, 1799; C. of Faversham, 
Kent, 1799-1801. Minor Canon of Rochester, 1801-32. P.C. 
of Strood, 1803-5. V. of Shorne, 1805-32. V. of Aylesford, 
1832-40. Married Jane, 3rd dau. of Mr BoUand, attorney, 
of Leeds. Died Sept. 24, 1840, aged 65; buried at Aylesford. 
{St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 486; Foster, Index Eccles.; Clerical 
Guide; G. Mag., 1840, li. 552, which gives died 'Sept. 23, 
aged 66.') 
STAINFORTH, FRANCIS JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May iS, 1816; re-adm. Dec. 21, 1816. Of Middlesex. S. of 
Richard (and Maria, 2nd dau. of Sir Francis Baring, ist Bart., 
of Larkbeer, Devon). Bapt. Dec. 14, i797. at St Peter-le 
Poer, London. Kept five terms. Matric. Lent, 1817. Adm. 
at Queens', May 23, 1828; B.A. 1830; M.A., from St John's, 
1833. Cadet, Bengal Cavahry, 1817; Comet, 1818; Lieut., 
1819; Capt., 1825; resigned, 1827. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 
1830; priest (Rochester, Litt. dim. from Ely) Feb. 16, 1834. 
C. of Camden Chapel, Camber\vell, Surrey, -1841-6. C. of 
St Pancras, London, 1846-51. P.C. of AU Hallows, Staining, 
1851-66. Married (i) Jan. 23, 1823, at Benares, Elizabeth, 
youngest dau. of Dr Eraser, of London; (2) Oct. 1838, 
JElizabeth, dau. of E. S. Ruthven, M.P. for Dublin Died 
Sept. 3, 1866, at 9, Mark Lane, London. Brother of George 
(1812). (J. Rennie; V. Hodson, Officers of the Bengal Army. 
G. Mag., 1S39, I. 89, and 1866, 11. 560; F. P. White; Clergy 
List.) 
STAINFORTH, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Queens', Jan. 13, 
1853. Matric. Michs. 1853; B.A. 1857. Ord. deacon (London) 
1858; priest, 1859; C. of Spring Grove, Middlesex, 1858-60. 
C. of St Barnabas, HoUoway, i86o-i. C. of St HeUer, Jersey, 
1861-3. C. of North Stoke, Bath, 1863-5. C. of Bures, Suffolk, 
1865-6. C. of Martley, Worcs., 1866-71. C. of Colbury, Hants., 
1872-3. C. of Montacute, Somerset, 1873-5- AvaUed himself 
of the provisions of the Clerical Disabilities Relief Act (1870), 
Dec. 6, 1880. (Crockford; Clergy List.) 
STAINFORTH, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Sept. 24, 1812. S. of Richard. B. [Mar. 9, 1796], m London. 
School, Shelford, Cambs. Fand Eton]. Matric. Michs. 1814; 
Scholar, 1816; B.A. i8i8'; 2nd Chancellor's medal, 1818. 
President of the Union, i8i6. Died Aug. 24, 1820, aged 24, 
in Cadogan Place, London. Brother of Francis J. (1816). 
(Eton Sch. Lists; G. Mag., 1820, 11. 283.) 
STAINFORTH, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Queens', May 14, 
1823. Of Surrey. Matric. Michs. 1S23; B.A. 1828. C. of 
Longstowe, Cambs., in 1832. V. of Pontefract, Yorks., 
1833-41; V. there, 1841-65. R. of Wheldrake, 1865-73. 
Lived latterly at Torquay, where he died Dec. 23, 1885, 
aged 82. (Scott, MSS.; Crockford; The Guardian, Dec. 30, 
1885.) 
STAINS, WILLIAM AMBROSE SHURERRIE. Adm. pens, at 
Emmanlel, Aug. 13, 1867. Matric. Michs. 1867; B.A. 1872. 
STAINTON, JAMES JOSEPH. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
June 8, 1852. S. of Henry. B- in London. School, Kent 
(private). Matric. Michs. 1852. 
STAINTON, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 6, 1839. 
Matric. Michs. 1840. [Perhaps the man of these names, of 
Biggarshiels, Stirlingshire, school, Edinburgh Academy, 
who was accidentaUy kiUed, 1847, 3 months after his marriage 
to Grace Gillespie, of Sunnyside. (Edinburgh Acad. Reg.)] 
STAINTON, SEPTIMUS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Magdalene, 
Oct. 16, 1783. S. of Francis, of Kingston-on-Hull. School, 
Kingston-on-Hull. Matric. Michs. 1784; B.A. (?,ih Wrangler) 
1788; M.A. 1791. FeUow, 1789. C. of Sigglesthome, Yorks., 
in 1799. 'An excellent scholar and a most estimable man.' 
Became almost blind. Died Sept. 14, 1830, at Lowgate, Hull, 
aged 64. (G. Mag., 1830, i .283.) 
STAINTON-MACLAREN (1859) « MACLAREN, JAMES 

JOSEPH. 
STAIR, EARL OF (1867), see DALRVMPLE, J. H. N. G. H. 
STALBRIDGE, LORD (1855), see GROSVENOR, RICHARD 

de AQUILA. 
STALEY, EDGCUMBE. .A.dm. pens, at Christ's, May 28, 1866. 
S. of Thomas. B. [July 7, 1845], at Southport, Lanes. School, 
Wandsworth. [Nephewof Thomas N. (1840).] Matric. Michs. 
1866; B.A. 1870. Ord. deacon (St Davids) 1871; priest, 1873; 
C. of Tenby, 1871-4. C. of St Stephen's, Lewisham, 1874-7. 
C of Holy Trinity, Southport, 1877-80. C. of St Saviour's, 
Leeds, 1880-5. V. of St Hilda's, Leeds, 1885-7. Author, 
Famous Women of Florence; The Tragedies of the Medtci; 
The Dogaressas of Venice. Residing at Paull, Hull, in 1895. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1903. (Crockford; Peile, n. 595.) 



Stallard, George 

STALEY, JOHN ANDERSON. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 5, 
1891. S. of John Thomas, draper, of .North CoUingham, Notts, 
(and Emma Louisa Dodd). B. there, Aug. 31, 1872. Schools, 
Southwell Collegiate (.Mr Wright) and Derby (Mr Clark). 
Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1898. Assistant 
Master at Spalding Grammar School, Lines., 1894-5; at 
Market Rasen School, 1895-8; at Whalley Grammar School, 
Lanes., 1898-9; at Sandbach School, Cheshire, 1899-1906. 
Head Master of Alford Grammar School, Lines., 1906-32; 
retired. Died Oct. 8, 1951. (Derby Sch. Reg.; Schoolmasters' 
Directories; The Times, Oct. 11, 1951.) 

STALEY, LEONARD SEWALLIS. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 
1877. [S. of the Rt. Rev. Thomas Nettleship (next) (and 
Cathairine, dau. of John Shirley).] Matric. Michs. 1877. 
.Migrated to Clare, Jan. 25, 1878; B.A. 1882; M.A. 1891. 
Ord. deacon (St Davids) 1884; priest, 1885; C. of Haverford- 
west, 1884-6. C. of Crickhowell, Brecon., 1888-90. C. of 
Wanstead, Essex, 1890-7. V. of Cotonin-the-Elms, Derbs., 
1898-1929. V. of Rosliston, 1906-29. V. of Tilmanstone, 
Kent, 1929-37. Lie. to off., dio. of Canterbury, 1938. Latterly 
of Yew Tree Cottage, Sandwich. Died .Mar. 1, 1942, aged 82; 
buried at Tihnanstone. (Crockford; The Times, Mar. 5, 1942.) 

STALEY, THOMAS NETTLESHIP. Adm. sizar at Queens', 
June 26, 1840. [S. of William, Wesleyan minister. B. Jan. 17, 
1823. School, Sheffield CoUegiate.] Matric. Michs. 1840; 
B.A. (25th Wrangler) 1844; M.A. 1847; D.D. 1862. Fellow, 
1847-50. Ord. deacon (London) 1846; priest, 1847. Tutor 
and Principal of St Mark's College, Chelsea, 1844-50. Prin- 
cipal of the Collegiate School, Wandsworth, 1850-61. 
Ramsden Preacher, 1862. Bishop of Honolulu, 1861-70. 
Member of the Privy Council of the King of Hawaii. Member 
of National Board of Education for the Hawaiian kingdom, 
and Director of English Instruction. Chaplain of the Most 
Noble Order of Kamehameha, 1862-70. R. of Oakley with 
Croxall, Derbs., 1872-96. Married, 1850, Catharine Workman, 
dau. of John Shirley, corn-factor, of AttercUffe, Yorks. 
Author, Five Years' Church Work in the Kingdom of Hawaii; 
Extracts from the Journal of the Bishop of Honolulu; Pastoral 
Address; The WaUing Isles; etc. Died Nov. 1898, at Bourne- 
mouth. (A. F. Muir; Boose, lii. 701; Crockford; Clergy List.) 

STALLARD, ARTHUR DUDLEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 31, 1877. [Eldest] s. of Frederick (next), of Hope 
Woolith, Lewisham, London. B. [June 18], 1858, in London. 
School, Marlborough CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 
1881; M.A. 1884. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Oct. 11, 1880. 
Called to the Bar, June 6, 1883. Capt., City of London 
Volunteers, 1883. Married, Nov. 24, 1909, Constance Louisa, 
youngest dau. of the Rev. W. B. Adams, D.D., deceased. 
Died Feb. 6, 1919, at 22, Campden Grove, Kensington. 
Brother of Hugh K. (1894). (Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Law 
Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; Army Lists.) 

STALLARD, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Apr. 25, 1846. [6th] s. of William [of The Blanketts, Wor- 
cester]. B. [Oct. 23, 1828I, at Worcester. School, Worcs. 
(private). Matric. Michs. 1846; B.A. 1850; M.A. 1853. Adm. 
at the Middle Temple, Oct. 30, 1848. Called to the Bar, 
May 7, 1852. Conveyancer and Equity Draftsman. Bencher, 
1886; Reader, 1897. Lived at Lewisham. Married, .■\pr. 12, 
1855, Emblyn EUza, only child of Richard Bird, solicitor, of 
Calcutta, deceased. Died Sept. 14, 1907. Father of the above 
and of Hugh K. (1894). (Scott, MSS.; Law Lists; Inns of 
Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; Middle Temple Bench Book; 
The Times, Sept. 18, 1907.) 

STALLARD, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 23, 1841; 
from St Edmund Hall, Oxford, whence he had matne., 
June 14, 1839, aged 25. [Eldest s. of George, of Walcot, Bath.] 

B. [1813], at Walcot. Matric. Michs. 1841; B.A. 1844; M.A. 
1847. Ord. deacon (Salisbury) Sept. 24, 1843; Pnest, 1844; 

C. of Warminster, WUts., 1844-7. V. of St Mary's, Marl- 
borough, 1847-51. P.C. of Tideford, Cornwall, 1851-4. V. of 
East Grafton, Wilts., 1855-78. Married, 1839, Anne Fane, 
dau. of John Taylor, Esq., and had issue. Died Oct. 7. 1878, 
at Oxford, aged 65. (Al. Oxon.; Walford, County Families; 
Crockford; The Times, Oct. 11, 1878.) 

STALLARD, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. 13, 
1874. [5th s. of Josiah, of The Blanketts, Worcester. B. 
Jan. 14, 1856. School, Rossall.] Matric. Michs. 1874; LL.B. 
1878. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 24, 1878. Called to 
the Bar May 7, 1879. On the Oxford Circuit. Secretary to 
the Governor of Lagos, 1887-9- Served in Jebu War, 1892 
(mentioned in despatches). District Commissioner and 
Queen's Advocate, Lagos, 1892-7. Chief Justice of Sierra 
Leone, 1897-1901. .Author, Laws of Lagos. Died .Aug. 21, 
1912 in Devon. (RossaU Reg.; Scott, MSS.; La-v Lists; 
Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, Aug. 23, 
1912.) 



Stallard, Harry 

STALLARD, HARRY. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i, 1886. S. of 
George [parchment-manufacturer], of Havant, Hants. B. 
Mar. 18, 1867. Schools, St Paul's and St John's College, 
Hurstpierpoint. Matric. Michs. 1886; Scholar; B.A. 1889. 
At St Thomas's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1893- House 
Surgeon, Children's Hospital, Nottingham, and General 
Hospital, Newark-on-Trent. Of Stow-on-the-Wold. Gloucs., 
in 1900. Practised subsequently at Newark. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Sherwood Foresters; Major, R.A.M.C. 
(T.); Lieut. -Col.; T.D.). Of The Cottage, Burwash Common, 
Sussex, in 1930. Died May 22, 1933. {St Paul's Sch. Reg.; 
Reg. of St John's Coll., Hurstpierpoint; Medical Directories; 
The Times, May 31, I933-) 

STALLARD, HUGH KITSON. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1894. 
3rd s. of Frederick (1846), barrister-at-law, of Hope WooUth, 
Lewisham Hill, London, S.E. B. Dec. 12, 1875. at 24, Gran- 
ville Park, Blackheath. School, Blackheath proprietary. 
Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897; M.A. 1901. Ord. deacon 
(Rochester) 1898; priest, 1899; C. of Battersea, 1898-1900. 
Assistant Missioner, Pembroke College Mission, Walworth, 
1900-3. C. of St Mark's, Surbiton, 1903-5. C. of Ahnond- 
bury, Yorks., 1905-9. V. of Tilney, Norfolk, 1909-19. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (Chaplain, R.N.). R. of Downham 
with Pyemoor and St Owen, Cambs., 1919-32. Rural Dean 
of Ely, 1929-32. V. of Wisbech, 1932-46. Rural Dean of 
Wisbech, 1938-46. V. of Abbotsley, Hunts., 1946-51-. 
Brother of Arthur D. (1877). (Crockford.) 

STALLARD, JOHN STOCKDALE. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
June 20, 1843. S. of John Pinfold, surgeon, of [New Street], 
Leicester. School, Oakham. Matric. Michs. 1843; Scholar. 
Died c. Dec. 1845. (Oakham Sch. Reg.; T. A. Walker, 480.) 

STALLARD, JOSEPH HOLDEN. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. I, 1883. Eldest s. of the Rev. Joseph Orlando 
(Lincoln College, Oxford, 1845), R. of Heath, near Leighton 
Buzzard. B. there [Aug. 7, 1864. School, Berkhamsted] . 
Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886; M.A. 1891. Ord. deacon 
(Ripon) 1887; priest (Ripon, for Wakefield) 1888; C. of 
Horbury, Yorks., 1887-94. V. of AUerton-Bywater, 1894- 
1902. R. of Billington, Beds., 1902-12. R. of Newton with 
Haceby, Lines., 1912-17. R. of Hinton-on-the-Green, 
Gloucs., 1917-24. V. of Hallow, Worcs., 1924-34. Married, 
June i6, 1897, Eva Catherine, 2nd dau. of R. D. Beasley, 
deceased. Died at Worthing, Oct. 9, 1952. {Crockford; The 
Times, Oct. 11, 1952.) 

STALLARD, PHILIP LECHMERE. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 2, 
1899. [Only] s. of Jonah Valentine, merchant, of Southwick 
Lodge, Lower Wick, Worcester (and Katharine J. Sutton). 
B. May 20, 1880, at Worcester. Schools, [Sedbergh and] May 
Place, Malvern Wells. Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902; (Nat. 
Sci. Trip., Pt II, ist Class, 1903); M.A. 1909. At St Thomis's 
Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1907; D.P.H. and D.T.M., 
I9r9. House Physician, Seamen's Hospital, Greenwich. 
Meoical Officer, G.I. P. Railways, India, for many years. 
Subsequently practised at High Wycombe, Bucks. Of 
30, High Street, High Wycombe, in 1947. {Sedbergh Sch. 
Reg.; Venn, in. 399; Medical Directories.) 

STALLARD, WILLIAM THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
July 22, 1866. S. of William, gent, (and Ellen). B. at Brock- 
hampton, Heref. Bapt. Aug. 15, 1848. School, Hereford. 
Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 1870. Adm. Solicitor, 1872; 
practised at Hereford. {Law Lists.) 

STAMBURY, HENRY. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 29, 1835, 
as 'Stanbury.' Of Somerset. S. of [the Rev.] Hemy (Oriel 
College, Oxford, 1776). School, King's, Sherborne (Mr R. 
Lyon). Matric. Michs. 1836. Migrated to Trinity Hall, 
Jan. 27, 1838; Scholar, 1838; (2nd Class, Civil Law Classes, 
1839: took no degree). Ord. deacon (Exeter) Oct. 27, 1839; 
priest, Oct. 18, 1840; C. of Phillack and St Gwithian, Corn- 
wall. C. of Holy Trinity, Bristol, 1843. Died in 1843. 
(Eccles. Gazette, 11. 88; iii. 103; v. 127; vii. 106; F. P. White; 
Sherborne Reg., which calls him Stanbury.) 

STAMER, FREDERICK CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June II, 1879. [2nd] s. of the Ven. Sir Lovelace Tomlinson 
(1849), Bart., of CliffvUle, Stoke-on-Trent (and Ellen Isabel, 
only dau. of Joseph Dent, Esq., of Ribston Hall, Yorks.). 
B. Aug. 28, i860, at Cliffville. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1886. Ord. deacon (Lichfield, 
for Winchester) 1883; priest (Winchester) 1884; C. of 
Famhara, 1883-6. C. of Shrewsbury, i886-g. R. of Kingsley, 
Staffs., 1890-1. R. of Keele, 1891-7. R. of Holt with Little 
Witley, Worcs., 1896-1900. R. of Compton-Pauncefoot with 
Blackford, Somerset, 1900-9. V. of Battlefield, Salop, 
1909-12. V. of Baschurch, 1912-16. R. of Petton, 1913-20. 
R. of Berrington, 1920-4. Perm, to off., dio. of Ely, 1924-36; 
Oxford and Peterborough, 1929-36. R. of Lathbury, Bucks., 
1936-8. Perm, to off., dio. of St Albans, 1938. Married, 



Stammers, Robert 

July I, 1891, Ethel Emma, dau. of Alexander Donovan, Esq., 
of Framfield Place, Sussex, and had issue. Of Bedford m 
1940. Died May 14, 1952. at Dawlish. Brother of Regmald 
D. (1884) and the next. {Harroiv .Sch. Reg.; Burke, P. and B.; 
Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The Times, May 17, 1952.) 

STAMER, LOVELACE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June i, 1878. 
[Eldest] s. of the Ven. Sir Lovelace Tomlmson (next), of 
CliSviUe, Stoke-on-Trent (and EUen Isabel, only dau. of 
Joseph Dent, Esq., of Ribston Hall, Yorks.). B. [Apr. 4], 1839. 
at CUfiviUe. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1878. Second 
Lieut., i6th Lancers, 1881; Lieut., 1881; Capt., 1888; A.D.C. 
to the Governor of Madras, 1890; Major, 1899; retired, 1899. 
Of TunstaU Hall, Market Drayton. Succeeded as 4th Baronet, 
Oct. 29, 1908. Served in the Boer War, 1899-1902, and in 
the Great War. 1914-19 (Imperial Yeomanry). J. P. for 
Staffs, and Salop. Married, Sept. 29, 1909, Eva Mary, eldest 
dau. of Robert Charles Otter, of Royston Manor, Clayworth, 
Notts. Died Oct. 1, 1941, at Ashmead House, Cam, Gloucs.; 
buried there. Brother of Reginald D. (1884) and the above. 
{Harrow Sch. Reg.; Army Lists; Burke, P. and B.; Fox- 
Davies, Armorial Families; Walford, County Families; The 
Times, Oct. 4, 1941.) 

STAMER, LOVELACE TOMLINSON. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, July 5, 1849. [Eldest s. of Sir Lovelace, 2nd Bart., 
of Beauchamp, Bray, Co. Dublin. B. Oct. 18, 1829, at York. 
School, Rugby.] Matric. Michs. 1849; B.A. 1853; MA. 1856; 
D.D. 1888. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1853; priest (Ely) 1855; 
C. of Clay Cross, Derbs., 1853-4. C. of Turvey, Beds., 1854-5. 
C. of Long Melford, Suffolk, 1856-8. R. of Stoke-on-Trent, 
1858-92. Succeeded his father as 3rd Bart., i860. Preb. of 
Lichfield, 1875. Archdeacon of Stoke-on-Trent, 1877-88. 
V. of St Chad's, Shrewsbury, 1892-6. R. of Edgmond, Salop, 
1896-1905. Bishop Sufiragan of Shrewsbury, 1888-1905. 
Married, Apr. 16, 1857, Ellen Isabel, only dau. of Joseph 
Dent, of Ribston Hall, Yorks. Died Oct. 29, 1908, at Penk- 
ridge. Father of the next, the above and of Frederick C 
(1879). {liugby Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Burke, P. and B.; 
D.N.B.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Walford, County 
Families.) 

STAMER, REGINALD DENT. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. I, 1884. [4th] s. of the Ven. Sir Lovelace Tom- 
linson, Bart, (above) (and EUen Isabel, only dau. of Joseph 
Dent, of Ribston Hall, Yorks.). B. there, Sept. 2, 1865. 
Schools, Bilton Grange and Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1884; 
B.A. 1887; M.A. 1894. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1888; priest, 
1889; C. of Leek, Staffs., 1888-92. C. of St Chad's, Shrews- 
bury, 1892-6. C. of Edgmond, Salop, 1896-1900. V. of North 
Lydbury, 1900-4. V. of Leek, Staffs., 1904-8. Missionary 
and R. of Claresholm, Alberta, Canada, 1908-11. R. of High 
River, Alberta, 1911-13. V. of Prees, Salop, 1913-29- Latterly 
of Beech Hill, Newport, Salop, where he died Feb. 4, 1951. 
Brother of Frederick C. (1879) and Lovelace (1878). {Rugby 
Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Burke, P. and B.; Fox-Davies, Armorial 
Families; The Times, Feb. 6, 195 1.) 

STAMFORD, EARLS OF, see GREY. 

STAMFORD, HARRY MORTON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
July 10, 1878. S. of Henry, Lieut.-Colonel (and Martha 
McNeilage). B. [Jan. 28, 1861], in Paddington, London. 
Bapt. Mar. 13, 1861. Matric. Michs. 1878. 

STAMMERS, EDWARD NEWTON. Adm. sizar at Clare, 
Apr. 5, 1854. [2nd s. of the Rev. Robert (1821), P.C. of 
Quomdon, Leics. B. there, Dec. 6, 1835. School, Sedbergh.] 
Matric. Michs. 1854; Scholar. Died Mar. 16, 1855, aged 19, 
at Quomdon parsonage. Brother of Robert T. F. (1849). 
{Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 1855, i. 546.) 

STAMMERS, FREDERICK DIGHTON. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. I, 1896. Of London. S. of John, gas-meter 
maker, deceased. B. Dec. 27, i860, at Ishngton. Schools, 
St Jude's, Mildmay Park, and Central Foundation, City 
Road, London. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899; M.A. 1903. 
Ord. deacon (St Albans) 1899; priest, 1900; C. of Waltham- 
stow, 1899-1903. V. of St Luke's, Walthamstow, 1903-9. 
R. of Ditton, Kent, 1909-29. Perm, to ofi., dio. of Ely, 
1929-38; lived at Girton, Cambs. V. of KirtUng, Cambs., 
1938-46. Died Sept. 14, 1946, at Cambridge. {Crockford; 
The Times, Sept. 17, 1946.) 

STAMMERS, ROBERT. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 4, 1821; 
re-adm. pens. Nov. 2, 1822. S. of Joseph, of Lavenham, 
Suffolk. [School, Saffron Walden.] Matric. Michs. 1823; B.A. 
1827; M.A. 1831. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) Mar. 23, 1828; 
priest, Nov. 22, 1828. V. of Woodhouse, Leics., 1832-82, and 
of Quomdon, 1832-88. Married, June 17, 1828, Sarah, dau. 
of John Dalton, surgeon, of Bury. Died May 7, 1888, aged 85. 
Father of Edward N. (1854) and the next. (Crockford; The 
Guardian, May 16, 1888.) 



Stammers, Robert Theodore Farringdon 

stammers, robert theodore farringdon. adm. 

sizar at Clare, Mar. 1849. [Eldest s. of the Rev. Robert 
(above), of Quorndon, Leics. B. Dec. 7, 1830.] School, 
Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1849; B.A. 1853. Lieut., North 
Lines. Regt., 1856; Captain, i860; Major, 1876; retired, 1877. 
Died Feb. 22, 1S86, at Bath, aged 55. Brother of Edward N. 
(1854). {Uppingham Sch. Roll; Army Lists; Univ. Almanack.) 

STAMP, ALFRED EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 30, 
1887. S. of Edward Blanshard [chemist], of 29, High Street, 
Hampstead (and AUce Peters). B. Jan. i, 1870, at Hamp- 
stead. Schools, [Mercers', and] St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 
1888; Scholar, 1889; B.A. (4th Wrangler) 1891; M.A. 1895. 
Entered the Public Record Office, 1893; Secretary, 1918-26; 
Deputy Keeper of the Public Records, 1926-38. C.B., 1931. 
F.S.A., Hon. causa, 1928. Secretary, Historical MSS. Com- 
mission, 1912-26. Member of the committee on records of 
membership of the House of Commons, 1929. Married, 1904, 
Edith Florence, dau. of C. T. Guthrie, of Folkestone. Edited 
the Close Rolls of Hefiry HI, the Inquisitions Post Mortem 
and the Liberate Rolls. Superintended the removal of part of 
the public records to the disused prisons at Cambridge and 
Canterbury during the Great War, 1914-ig. Compiled the 
King's Hall portion of Admissions to Trinity College. Author, 
Micliaelhouse Sexcentenary Volume; Disputed Revels Accounts 
(Shakespeare Association); Methods of Chronology; etc. Died 
Mar. 4, 1938. Brother of the next. (St Paul's Sch. Reg.; 
Who was Who; The Times, Mar. 7, 1938.) 

STAMP, JOHN HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 30, 
1889. [2nd] s. of Edward Blanshard [chemist], of 29, High 
Street, Hampstead, London. B. Mar. 29, 1871, in London. 
School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1890; (Class. Trip., Pt 1, 
ist Class, 1892; Pt 11, ist Class, 1894); Browne medal, 1892; 
B.A. 1894; 2nd Chancellor's medal, 1894; M.A. 1897. Fellow, 
1895. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 17, 1898. Equity 
Draftsman and Conveyancer. Married, Oct. 7, 1901, Madge 
Spencer, 2nd dau. of Walter Mackersay Smith, of Jesmond, 
Newcastle-on-Ty-ne. Brother of the above. (St Paul's Sch. 
Reg.; Law Lists.) 

STAMP, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Queens', Michs. 1886. S. of 
Frank. B. Dec. 28, 1863, at Arnold, Notts. Matric. Michs. 
1886; B.A. 1891. Ord. deacon (Lincohi) 1892; priest, 1893; 
C. of Keelby, Lines., 1892-3. C. of Burgh with Winthorpe, 
1893-1901. C. of Holy Trinity, Gainsborough, 1901-6. R. of 
St Peter's, Saltfleetbv, 1906-21, and of .A.11 Saints, Saltfleetby, 
1908-21. P.C. of Nettleham, 1921-7. Lived latterly at 
Nettleham, and disappears from Crockford, 1935. 

STAMP, THOMAS. Matric. Non-Coil., Michs. 1885; B.A. 1889. 

STAMPER, HENRY JOHN. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 14, 1873- 
Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1877. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1879; 
priest, 1880; C. of Thomhill Lees, Yorks., 1879-81. C. of 
Skegby, Notts., 1881-92; V. there, 1892-1937- Subsequently 
lived at Skegby, and disappears from Crockford, 1940- 

STAMPER, THOMAS GRAVES. Adm. pens, at Downing, 
May 14, 1877. Did not reside. 

STANBROUGH, MAURICE HUGH. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 
1889. [3rd] s. of the Rev. Morris Edgar (next), R. of Crayke, 
Yorks. (and Augusta Herries Spearman). B. Sept. 2, 1870, 
at Cleobury, Salop. School, Charterhouse. Matnc. Michs. 
1889; B.A. 1892. Football (assoc.) 'blue,' 1890-2; played 
for England, 1895. Assistant Master successively at Stan- 
more Park School, Stamnore, Middlesex; at Eastbourne 
College; at St Peter's, Broadstairs. Died Dec. 15, 1904. at 
Broadstairs. Brother of Walter F. H. (1888). (Venn, 111. 510; 
Book of Blues; Sclwolmasters' Directories.) 

STANBROUGH, MORRIS EDGAR. Adm. pens, at Caius, 
June 30, 1847. S. of Charles Henry, Esq., of Isleworth, 
Middlesex. B. there, Apr. 19, 1828. School, Eton. Matnc. 
Michs. 1847; B.A. 1851; M.A. 1854. Ord. deacon (Bp. of 
Madras) 1853; priest (Bp. of Guiana, both for Bath and 
WeUs) 1854; C. of North Petherton, Somerset, 1853-4. C. of 
West Monkton, 1854-7. C. of HanweU, Middlesex, 1857-61. 
C. of Ardingly, Sussex, 1861-2. C. of Redgrave, Suffolk, 
1862-6. R. of North Cleobury, Salop, 1866-71. R. of 
Bridgnorth, 1871-4. R. of Crayke, Yorks., iS74-i<)OX. 
Domestic Chaplain to Viscount Boyne. Died Apr. 9, lyoi, 
at Hastings. Father of the above and the next. (Venn, 11. 
281; Eton Sch. Lists; Crockford; The Times, Apr. 12, 1901.) 

STANBROUGH, WALTER FARNELL HENNIKER. Adm. pens, 
at Trinity, May 21, 1888. [2nd] s. of the Rev. Moms Edgar 
(above), of Crayke rectory, Y'orks. B. Apr. 20, 1869, at 
N. Cleobury, Salop. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 
1888; B.A. 1891. A schoolmaster. In South Africa in 1897; 
and then at Ludgrove, New Bamet. Died Dec. 20, 1950. 
Brother of Maurice H. (1889). (List of Carthusians; The 
Times, Dec. 23, 1950.) 



Standfast, Cecil 

STANCLIFFE, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Caius, June 2, 
1796. S. of Lucilius, of Ripponden, Yorks. B. there. Schools, 
Rushworth (Mr Pattenson) and Giggleswick (Mr Paley). 
Matric. Easter, 1803; Scholar; M.B. 1803. Resided in London 
and became a popular lecturer on chemistry. Patented, 18 10, 
an ' apparatus for the combination and condensation of gases 
and vapours appUcable to processes of distillation.' (Venn, 
II. 130.) 
STANCOMB, JOHN FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 8, 
1866. [Only] s. of John Perkins, of The Prospect, Trowbridge 
(and his cousin, Margaret, dau. of William Stancomb, J. P., 
of The Manor House, Trowbridge). B. July 10, 1847, at 
Trowbridge. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 
1871- M.A. 1S74. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 13, 1870. 
Called to the Bar, Apr. 30, 1873- On the Western Circuit. 
Of Shaw House, Melksham. D.L. and J.P. for Wiltshure. 
Lieut., Wilts. Yeomanry. Married, June 4, 1874, Ellen 
Catherine Baron, 3rd dau. of Henry O'Reilly Hoey, Esq., of 
Knuzden, Lanes. Died June 24, 1920. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; 
Venn, 11. 375; Burke, L.G.; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, 
Men at the Bar.) 
STANDBRIDGE, THOMAS HENRY. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 
187S. S. of Thomas, solicitor, of Aston Flamville, Leics. 
B. Apr. 23, i860, at Bridgnorth. Schools, private. Matric. 
Michs. 1878. Lieut., Leics. militia, 1878; Lieut., 17th 
Lancers, 1881; Lieut., Lanes. Fusiliers, 1886; retired, 1889. 
Major, ist Vol. Batt., the Shropshire Regt., 1891-4. (Ve^m, 
II. 435; Army Lists.) 
STANDEN, BERTRAM PRIOR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 8, 
1886. [Only] s. of Richard Spiers, of Alby Hill House, 
Albyns, Aylsham, Norfolk. B. Oct. 6, 1867, at Surbiton, 
Surrey. School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1886. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, Oct. 9, 1886. Joined the I.C.S., 18S6; 
in Burma and the Central Provinces, 1890; Registrar of the 
Judicial Commissioner's Chief Court, Nagpur, 1891; Deputy 
Commissioner, Central Provinces, 1897. Commissioner of 
Settlement, 1904; Director of rural co-operative credit 
societies, 1908; Chief Secretary to Chief Commissioner, 
1908-12. Commissioner of Berar, 1912-20. Member of the 
Executive Council of the Central Provinces, 1920-6. CLE., 
1901; C.S.I. , 1920; K.C.I. E., 1925. Married, Nov. 22, 1890, 
Oona, 3rd dau. of C. N. Macnamara, F.R.C.S., of London. 
Lived latterly at Ibthorpe Farm, Hurstboume Tarrant, 
Hants., where he died Oct. 18, 1947. (Uppingham Sch. Roll; 
Inns of Court; The Times, Oct. 20, 1947; Who's Who.) 
STANDEN, JAMES HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 10, 
1841 [Eldest s. of James Montresor and of Mrs Standen, of 
Salisbury. School, Sherborne.] Matric. Michs. 1842; B.A. 

1846- M.A. 1849. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 20, 1846, 
age 23. Called to the Bar, June 6, 1853. Bombay corre- 
spondent for The Times during the Indian Mutiny. Admmis- 
trator-General in Bombay. Died in 1858 at Penang. 
(Sherborne Reg. ; Inns of Court.) 

STANDEN, JOHN HARGRAVE. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Aug. 4, 1775. Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1776; Scholar, 
1778; B..\. 1780; M.A. 1783. 

STANDEN, JOHN HENRY. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Feb. 10, 
1847. Matric. Michs. 1847; B.A. 1851; M.A. 1855- Ord 
deacon (Oxford) 1853; priest (Bath and WeUs) 1855; C. of 
Runnington, Somerset, 1855-9. Assistant Master at King s 
CoUege School, London, 1861-74- Of 40, Courtfield Gardens, 
S.W. Disappears from Crockford, 1876. 

STANDEN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. 29 

1847- Matric. Michs. 1847; B.A. 1851; M.A. 1854. Ord 
deacon (SaUsbur>-) 1852; priest, 1853- V of Tarrant Monkton 
with Tarrant Launceston, Dorset, 1856-8. C. of Alton 
Hants 1858-9. C. of East Worldham, 1859-61. C. of Bm- 
sted, 1862-70. C. of Sheet, 1871-8. V. of Long Sutton 
Somerset, 1878-1902. Resided latterly at Odiham, Hants 
Died Oct. 23, 1902, aged 74- (Crockford; The Times, Oct. 28 
1902.) 

STANDERT, ARTHUR WYNDHAM. Adm. pens at Corpus 
Christi Aor 21 1868. Of Somerset. Matric. Easter, 1868; 
E A i873rM.A. 1876; M.B. 1882. L.R.C.P., 1880 Died 
Mar. 3, 1916, at Streatham Hill, London, aged 68. (The 
Times, Mar. 6, 1916.) 

STANDFAST, CECIL. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct i, 
I900. S. of G[eorge] E[dwin], leather-merchant of 34, South- 
wood Lane, High|ate. B. Feb. 19, 1881, at Highgate School, 
Highgate Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1904. 
Assistant Master at Hill Brow School, Eastbourne; at Park- 
field, Haywards Heath; at Beachborough Park ShornchSe, 
1913 Head Master of Norfolk House School, MusweU HiU 
in 1933. Brother of the next two. (Highgate Sch. Roll, 
Schoolmasters' Directories.) 



Standfast, Henry Arthur Edwin 

STANDFAST, HENRY ARTHUR EDWIN. Adm. pens, at 
Corpus Christi, Sept. 30, 1890. Of London. S. of George 
Edwin [leather-merchant], of 54. Southwood Lane, Highgate. 
B. Nov. 21, 1869, at Denbigh Street, Belgrave i'quare. 
School, Highgate. Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1894; M.A. 
1898. Ord. deacon (St Albans) 1895; priest, 1896; C. of 
St Luke's, Victoria Docks, 1895-8. Assistant Missioner at 
the College Mission, CamberweU, 1898-1900. C. of St Dun- 
stan's. Stepney, 1900-4. Mission Chaplain to the Bishop of 
Stepney, 1905-17. V. of St Philip's, Earl's Court, 1918-27. 
R. of Stoke Newington, 1927-45- Rural Dean of Hackney 
and Stoke Newington, 1927-45- Preb. of St Paul's, 1939-45- 
Died July 25, 1945, in London. Brother of the above ana 
the next. {Highgate Sch. Roll; Crockford; The Times, July 27, 
I945-) 
STANDFAST, NOfiL. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Jan. 27, 
1898. S. of G[eorge] E[dwin], leather-merchant, of Highgate. 
B. there, Dec. 13, 1878. School, Highgate. Matnc. Lent, 
1898. Fought in the S. African War, 1899-1902 (Imperial 
transport service; Bethune's Mounted Infantry). A fruit- 
farmer in Canada. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Seaforth Highlanders of Canada) ; drowned in the smking of 
the Lusitania, May 7, I9i5- Brother of the above two. 
{Highgate Sch. Roll.) 
STANDIDGE, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 2, 1862. 
S. of James, farmer. B. [Apr. 11, 1843], at Sherbum, Yorks. 
School, Branaham College. Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 1866. 
Ord. deacon (York) 1866; priest, 1867; C. of Sherbum, 
Yorks. 1866-7. C. of Buhner, 1867-74- R- of Adel, 1874-88. 
R. of Bradfield, Berks., 1888-1909. Died Feb. 17, 1909- 
Father of the next two. {Peile, 11. 573; Crockford.) 
STANDIDGE, CECIL. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H., Oct. i, 1898. 
B. Apr. 19, 1879. [S. of the Rev. Arthur (above). School, 
Bradfield College.] Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901. Assistant 
Master at Moorlands School, Leeds. Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (private, W. Yorks. Regt. and Cameromans 
(Scottish Rifles) ; mechanic, R.F.C.). Brother of the next. 
{Bradfield Coll. Reg.; Univ. War List; Schoolmasters' Direc- 
tories.) 
STANDIDGE, HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H., Oct. i, 
1888. [S. of the Rev. Arthur (1862). B. Jan. 19, 1870. 
School, Leeds Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1S91. 
Ord. deacon (Chichester) 1893; priest, 1894; C. of St Thomas- 
at-Cliffe, Lewes, Sussex, 1893-5. C. of Pulborough, 1895-8. 
R. of Heather, Leics., 1898-1946. Of the Manor House, 
Heather, Leics., in 1952. Brother of the above. (Leeds Gr. 
Sch. Adm. Book; Crockford.) 
STANDISH, EDWARD CECIL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 20 

1836. Matric. Lent, 1837. 
STANDISH (formerly HALL), FRANCIS HALL. Adm. FeU.- 
Com. at St John's, Apr. 11, 1817. [Only s. of Anthony 
[Hall], of Flass, Durham (and Charlotte Rey). B. Oct. 2, 
179' . at Blackwell, Darlington, Durham.] School, Edinburgh 
High. Matric. Lent, 1818. Had succeeded to the estates 
(but not the title) of his cousin. Sir Frank Standish, Bart. 
(Brasenose, Oxford, 1763), of Duxbury Hall, Chorley, Lanes., 
1812, and assumed the name and arms of Standish, by Royal 
Licence. Of Duxbury, Chorley. Resided chiefly in Seville. 
Formed a large collection of works of art and of literature, 
the whole of which he bequeathed to King Louis-Philippe, 
as a mark of respect to the French nation; in 1848 the 
pictures were sold in England and the drawings and books in 
Paris. Author, The Life of Voltaire; The Shores of the 
Mediterranean; Poems; Notices of the Northern Capitals of 
Europe; Seville and its Vicinitv. Died, unmarried, Dec. 21, 
1840, at Cadiz; buried in Chorley Church. (G.E.C.; D.N.B.) 
STANDISH, GEOFFREY NORTON. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H., 
Oct. I, 1899. B. Sept. 12, 1880. Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 
1902. [Schools, Denstone and Nottingham High.] Assistant 
Master at a prep, school at Southport, 1902-3. Ord. deacon 
(Llandaff) 1904; priest, 1905; C. of St Saviour's, Roath, 
Cardiff, 1904-8. C. of Mansfield Woodhouse, Notts., 1908-9. 
C. of St Matthew's, Ardwick, Manchester, 1909-12. Lie. Pr., 
dio. of London, 1913-20. V. of Ebemoe, Sussex, 1921-7. 
R. of North Chapel and V. of Ebemoe, 1927-36. R. of 
St Mark's, BexhiU, 1936-51-. (Denstone Coll. Reg.; Crock- 
ford.) 
STANDISH, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Sidney, Oct. 5, 1867. Eld. s. of 
Thomas, baker, of Warrington, Lanes. B. there, Nov. 7, 
1848. School, Warrington (Mr Cary). Matric. Michs. 1867. 
Migrated to Queens', Oct. 13, 1868; Scholar; B.A. 1871. 
Assistant Master at Dedham Grammar School, Essex, 1 871-2. 
Ord. deacon (Chester) 1872; priest, 1874; C. of Newton-m- 
Makerfield, Lanes., 1872-9. C. of St Nicholas, Lincohi, 
1879-85. V. of Scarrington with Aslockton, Notts., 1885- 
1918. Died June 30, 1918, in Nottingham. (Crockford; The 
Guardian, July 4, 1918.) 



STANFORD, Charles Villiers 

STANDLY, HENRY (1768), see POYNTER. 
STANDLY (formerly POYNTER), HENRY PETER. .\dm pens 
at St John's, July 5, i799- l^West s of Henry ('768, sm6 
Poynter), of Paxton Place, St Neots, Hunts. School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1802; Scholar, 1802; B.A. 1803; M.A. 1806. 
Fellow, 1806-12. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Apr. 16, 1803. 
Called to the Bar, Nov. 24, 1809. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
May 12, 1820. Of Paxton Place, Hunts. J. P. for Hunts, and 
Beds. Made an unrivalled collection of Hogarth's prints and 
drawings. Died May 4, 1844, aged 62. Brother of the next. 
(Rugby Sch. Reg.; St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 486; Inns of 
Court; G. Mag., 1844, l. 666; V. Hodson.) 
STANDLY (formerly POYNTER), JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Aug. 27, 1804. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, Apr. 22, 1805. 
S. of Henry (1768, sub Poynter), of Little Paxton, Hunts. 
B. there. School, Huntingdon (Mr Edwards). Matric. Michs. 
1805 ; B.A. {2nd Wrangler; Smith's prize and 2nd ChanceUor s 
medal) 1809; M.A. 1812. Fellow, 1809-22. V. of Buckden, 
Hunts., 1831-8. V. of Southoe, 1838-48. Married, May 1822, 
at Llandygwydd, Caroline Frances, dau. of W. O. Bngstocke, 
of Blaenporth, Cardigans. Died June 5, 1848, aged 61, at 
Anglesea Villa, Blaenporth. Brother of the above. (Venn, 
II. 144; Clerical Guide; Clergy List; G. Mag., 1848, 11. 216.) 
STANDRING, ALFRED. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, Jan. i. 
1877. [2nd] s. of John, Esq. [braid-manufacturer, of FirhiU, 
Bowdon, Cheshire]. B. there, Feb. 19, 1858. Educated at 
Owens College, Manchester, and at Edinburgh University. 
Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. and LL.B. 1880; M.A. and LL.M. 
1884. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 3, 1877. Called to 
the Bar, Jan. 26, 1882. Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer. 
Married, Feb. 25, 1880, Elizabeth Howard, youngest dau. of 
John Isitt, of Manningham, Yorks. Of Dunwood Hall, 
Endon, Staffs. J. P. for Staffs. Died May 30, i933- {^^^ 
Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, June i, I933-) 
STANDRING, THOMAS MATHER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct 7 1890. S. of Hugh, manager of a cotton-mill, of Hey- 
wood (and Hannah Mather). B. Mar. 18, 1872, at RadcliEfe, 
Lanes. School, Newton Abbot (the Rev. G. T. Wamer). 
Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893; M.A. 1897. Ord. deacon 
(Chester) 1895; priest, 1896; C. of Wallasey, Cheshire, 1895- 
1901. V. of Tilstone-Feamall, 1901-3. V. of Bidston, 1903-38. 
Penn. to off., dios. of Chester and Liverpool, 1938. Of 
20, Ashburton Road, Birkenhead, in 1951. (Crockford.) 
STANDRING-SMITH, ROBERT CHARLES. Adm. at St Catha- 
rine's, Oct. 1897. [Eldest s. of Charles Smith, of Goltho 
Hall, Wragby, Lines. B. in 1879. Schools, Ipswich Grammar 
and Shrewsbury.] Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900. M.B. 
and B.Chir., Edin., 1904. In practice at Bampton, Oxon., 
in 1910. District Medical Officer, Witney Union; Assistant 
Medical Inspector of Schools for Oxfordshire. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Major, R.A.M.C). Administrative 
Medical Officer, N.E. London Area, Ministry of Pensions. 
Married, July 12, 1905, Annie Maud, only dau. of D. Ford 
Goddard, M.P., of Ipswich. Of 66, Palace Court, London, W., 
and Stoke Hall, Ipswich. Died Dec. 31, i93o; buried at 
Ipswich. {Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Medical Directories; Univ. 
War List; Irvine-Gray; The Times, Jan. 2, 1931-) 
STANES, WILLIAM CREAKE. Adm. sizar at Clare, Mar. 27 , 
1781. B. at Chehnsford, Essex. [School, Felsted.] Matric. 
Michs. 1781; B.A. 1785. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1785- (^l- 
Felsted.; Norihants. Clergy.) 
STANFIELD, JOSEPH. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 22) at Trinity, 
Feb. 6, 1818; from St Edmund Hall, Oxford, whence he had 
matric. Mar. 3, 1813, age 17. S. of Ambrose, of Islington, 
London. B. there. School, Stoke Newington. Matric. Lent, 
1818; LL.B. 1822. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 19, 1819; 
priest, May 28, 1820. R. of Stapleford Abbotts, Essex, until 
his death, Oct. 5, 1840. aged 45. (Al. Oxon.; G. Mag., 1840, 
II- 552-) 
STANFORD, ALFRED BRACEBRIDGE. Adm. pens, at Em- 
manuel, Oct. 5, 1886. [4th] s. of J[ohn] Woodward, of 
Ounavarra, Lucan, Co. Dublin (and Louisa). [B. Apr. 1867. 
Schools, Uppingham and Denstone.] Matric. Michs. 1886; 
B.A. 1889; M.A. 1893. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1890; priest, 
1891; C. of Hartshill, Stafis., 1890-4. C. of .Mafeking, Bloem- 
fontein, and Chaplain to the Chartered Company's police, 
1894-5. Died Dec. 30, 1895, in Mafeking. (Denstcme Coll. 
Reg.; Uppingham Sch. Roll; Crockford.) 
STANFORD, CHARLES VILLIERS. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Oct. 1870. [Only] s. of John James [Examiner in the Court 
of Chancery], of 2, Hubert Street, Dublin (and Mary, dau. of 
William Henn, Master in Chancery in Dublin). B. there 
[Sept. 30], 1852. School (private), of Dublin. Matric. Michs. 
1870; Organ Scholar, 1870-2; Scholar. Migrated to Trinity, 
Apr. 19, 1873; B.A. 1874; M.A. 1877; Mus.Doc. 1889. College 
Organist, 1874-93. Professor of Music, 1887-1924. Hon. 



Stanford, John Frederick 

D.Mus., Oxford, 1883; Hon. D.C.L., Durham, 1893; Hon. 
LL.D., Leeds, 1904. Conductor of the C.U.M.S., 1872-93. 
Settled in London, 1892, and devoted himself to composing; 
worked with great rapidity and ' scarcely ever made a sketch. 
Even complicated works were written straight into score, in 
ink, without previous preparation.' His large-scale choral 
works and symphonies were highly esteemed in their day, 
but chiefly known by his church music and by his solo songs. 
Director of the Bach Choir, 1885-1902. Knighted, 1902. 
Professor of composition and orchestral playing at the Royal 
College of Music, 1883-1924. Among his pupUs were Walford 
Davies, Coleridge Taylor, Vaughan Williams, Gustav Hoist, 
etc. Married, 1878, Jane Anna Maria, dau. of Henry Cham- 
pion Wetton, of Shere, Surrey, and had issue. Author, 
Musical Compositim; A History of Music; Studies and 
Memories; Interludes; etc. Composer, Cushendall, a Pure of 
Turf (Song Cycle), Symphony No. 7 in D minor; Irish 
Rhapsody, Pianoforte Quartet and Trio, 5 Organ Sonatas, 
etc. Died Mar. 29, 1924; his ashes were buried in West- 
minster Abbey. Portrait by Sir William Orpen in the Hall of 
Trinity. {Al. Oxon.; Walford, County Families; D.N.B.; 
Who was Wlio.) 
STANFORD, JOHN FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May II, 1832. [S. of Major Francis William, ist Regt. of 
Life Guards (by his ist wife, Mary, dau. of William Gorton, 
Esq., of Windsor). B. Jan. 1815. School, Eton.] Did not 
reside. Adm. at Christ's, May 24, 1834. Matric. Michs. 1834; 
B.A. 1838; M.A. 1842. WorU Travelling Bachelor, 1838. 
Adm. ad eundem at Oxford, 1842. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
Nov i8, 1841. Called to the Bar, Nov. 22, 1844. F.R.S., 
1844. M.P. for Reading, 1849-52. J. P. for Middlesex; D.L. 
for Berks. Author, Outlines of a Plan of National Education ; 
Rambles and Researches in Thuringian Saxony. Died Dec. 2, 
1880, at North Bank, Regent's Park. (Eton Sch. Lists; Pe%le, 
II. 451; Al. Oxon.; Boose, m. 704; Law Lists; Inns of Court; 
Walford, County Families.) 
STANGER, EDMUND. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, 
May 21, 1 78 1. [S. of Hugh, butler to Dr Edmund Law, 
Master of Peterhouse (his mother was lady's maid in the 
Law family). B. Oct. 26, 1763, at Cambridge. Schools, 
Carlisle Grammar and Arthuret.] Matnc. Michs. 1781; 
Scholar, 1781; B.A. {6th Wrangler) 1785; M.A. 1788; B.D. 
1796. Fellow, 1788-1846. Ord. deacon (Ely, LUt. dim. from 
Carlisle) June 3, 1787; priest (Lincohi) Apr. 25, 1788. P.C. 
of Warwick-cwm-Wetheral, Cumberland, 1788-1846. Died 
Dec. 21, 1846; buried at St Mary's, Carlisle. Benefactor to 
St John's. (Carlisle Gr. Sck. Reg.; St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 
486; G. Mag., 1847, 1. 445 ; Torry, Founders arui Benefactors of 
St John's.) 
STANHAM, ALFRED EDWARD HILLS. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. I, 1887. S. of the Rev. Louis (1853). of 
15, Mihier Square, Islington, London (and Anna). B. Dec. 5, 
i856, at Islington. School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric. 
Michs. 1887; B..^.. 1891; .M.A. 1934. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 
1891; priest, 1893; C. of St Paul's, Burslem, Staffs., 1891- 
1900. C. of Wordesley, Staffs., 1900-3. C. of St Simon, 
Paddington, London, 1903-7. C. of St Peter's, Greenwich, 
1907-8. c; of Bramford with Burstall, Suffolk, 1908-10. 
C. of CaverswaU, Staffs., 1910-12. V. of Longnor, Salop, 
1912-27. V. of 11am, Stags., 1927-39- Latterly of 'Ilara,' 
Poole Road, Wimbome, Dorset. Brother of William C. 
(1885). (Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Crockford.) 
STANHAM, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 5, 1848. 
S. of Richard, carpenter, of Edwardes Terrace, Kensington, 
London (and Eleanor). B. [1827], at Kensington. Bapt. 
June 22, 1827. Matric. Michs. 1848; B.A. 1852; M.A. 1855. 
Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1852; priest, 1853; C. of Chnst Church, 
Leicester, 1852-4. C. of St Jude's, Glasgow, 1854-8. C. of 
Great Snoring, Norfolk, 1858-61. Chaplain of the Surrey 
County lunatic asylum at Tooting, 1861-72. V. of Sununers- 
town, 1872-6. V. of West Bradenham, Norfolk, 1876-82. 
Married, 1853, Elizabeth, dau. of John Adams, of Uttoxeter, 
Staffs. Died Jan. 28, i882,at Leatherhead, aged 54. Brother 
of Louis (1853); father of the next. (Crockford; Fox-Davies, 
Armorial Families; The Guardian, Feb. i, 1882.) 
STANHAM, GEORGE GRAHAM. Matric. Non-Coil., Michs. 
1898. [S. of the Rev. George (above). B. 1857.] Married, 
1888, Emma Gertrude, dau. of Charles George Taylor, of 
Frensham Hill, Surrey, and had issue. Died Feb. 18, 1934. 
at Famham; buried there. (Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; 
The Times, Feb. 20, 1934-) 
STANHAM, LOUIS. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 7, 1853-, 
re-adm. sizar Oct. 18, 1854. S. of Richard, coal-merchant 
(and Eleanor). B. at North End, Fulham. Bapt. July 17, 
1825. Matric. Michs. 1853; B.A. 1857; M.A. 1864. Ord. 
deacon (London) 1857; priest, 1858; C. of St Mary's, Islington, 
1857-62. V. of St Bartholomew's, Islington, 1862-1905. 
Chaplain of the City of London Lying-in Hospital, 1874-1916. 



Stanhope, Philip Dormer 

Married (i) Sept. 2, 1858, Anna, dau. of A. Henderson, of 
Kensington; (2) July 25, 1889, Emily, dau. of E. RoseUi, of 
Canonbury. Latterly of 44, Aubert Park, Highbury, where 
he died Feb. 28, 1916. Father of Alfred E. H. (1887) and the 
next; brother of George (1848). (Eagle, xxxvin. 238; 
Crockford; The Times, Mar. i, 1916.) 
STANHAM, WILLIAM CHARLES. Adm. sizar at Trinity, 
Sept. 30, 1885. S. of the Rev. Louis (above), of 15, Milner 
Square, Islington, London (and Anna). B. Aug. 18, 1865, in 
London. School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 1885; 
B.A. 1888. At the London Hospital. L.S.A., 1900. Practised 
at Homerton and at Holloway. Died Sept. 16, 1928, at 
Brighton. Brother of Alfred E. H. (1887). (Merchant 
Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Medical Directories.) 
STANHOPE, CHARLES WYNDHAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 22) 
at Magdalene, Oct. 11, 1831. [Eldest] s. of the Hon. and 
Rev. Fitzroy Henry Richard (18 10) (and Caroline Wyndham). 
[B. Aug. 16, 1809.] School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1831. 
Farming near Belfast in i860. Succeeded his cousin, Seymour 
Sydney Hyde, as 7th Earl of Harrington, Feb. 22, 1866. 
Married, Jan. 16, 1839, in Paris, Elizabeth Still, of Harrington 
House, Craig's Court, Charing Cross, London, and Stanhope 
Lodge, Cowes, dau. of Robert Lucas de Pearsall, of Wartensee 
Castle, St Gall, Switzerland, and had issue. Died June 26, 
1881. (Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, P. and B.; G.E.C.) 
STANHOPE, EDWARD COLLINGWOOD SPENCER. Adm. 
pens, at Trinity, June 13, 1881. S. of Walter Thomas 
William [Spencer] (Christ Church, 0.xford, 1845), of Cannon 
HaU, Bamsley, Yorks. (and Elizabeth Julia, dau. of Sir John 
Jacob Buxton, Bart.). B. Mar. 2, 1863, in London. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884; M..'^. 1891. Asolicitor. 
Died July 6, 1906. Brother of John M. S. (1880). (Etmi Sch. 
Lists; Al. Oxon.; C. R. Hudleston; Burke, E.G.) 
STANHOPE, The Hon. FITZROY HENRY RICHARD. .A.dm. 
Fell.-Com. at Trinity Hall, Feb. 20, 1810. 4th s. of Charles 
[3rd] Earl of Harrington (and Jane, dau. of Sir John Fleming, 
Bart.). [B. Apr. 24, 1787-] Matric. Michs. 1810; M.A. 1811. 
Ord. deacon, 1814; priest, 1814. V. of Wressell, Yorks., 
1814-56. R. of Catton, 1814-58. Dean and R. of St Buryan 
with St Leven, Cornwall, 1817-58. A member of the Garrick 
Club. Designer of the Stanhope phaeton, a two-wheeled 
carriage much like a Tilbury. Known as the 'Dean of 
TattersaU's.' Married, Nov. 8, 1808, Caroline, (illegitimate) 
dau. of the Hon. Charles Wyndham. Died Apr. 11, 1864, at 
16, Hans Place, Sloane Street, London. Father of Charles W. 
(1831); brother of the next. (Boase, iii. 706; Boase, Collect. 
Cornub., 926; Boase, Biblio. Cornub., 684; Clergy List; 
Crockford; Burke, P. and B.; Walford, CoutUy Families; 
G. Mag., 1864, I. 669; Foster, Index Eccles.) 
STANHOPE, The Hon. HENRY WILLIAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. at 
Trinity Hall, Apr. 27, 181 2. [6th] s. of Charles [3rd] Earl 
of Harrington (and Jane, dau. of Sir John Fleming, Bart., of 
Brompton Park). [B. Aug. 2, 1790.] School, Eton. Matnc. 
Michs. 181 2; M.A. 1814. V. of Chesham, Bucks., 1826-47. 
R. of Gawsworth, Cheshire, 1827-72. Married. Died, s.p., 
June 21, 1872. Brother of the above. (Eton Sch. Lists; 
Crockford; Foster, Index Eccles.; Burke, P. and B.) 
STANHOPE (post STOTT-STANHOPE), HERBERT STOTT. 
Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 10, 1864. S. of George Stott 
(post Stott-Stanhope), gent, [of Eccleshill Hall, near Bradford] 
(and Mary Anne, dau. of Barton Stanhope, Esq.). B. Oct. 29, 
1844, at Bradford. School, Bingley. Matric. Michs. 1864. 
Of Poole House, near Leeds. An enthusiastic tramer of 
carrier-pigeons. .Married Augusta Yorke. Died c. 1930, at 
Huddersfield. (H.G.C.; Changes of Name; Walford, County 
Families.) 
STANHOPE, JOHN MONTAGUE SPENCER. Adm. pens, (age 19) 
at Magdalene, July 9, 1880. [Eldest] s. of [Sir] Walter 
Thomas WiUiam [K.C.B., M.P.], of Cannon HaU, Bamsley, 
Yorks (and Elizabeth Julia, dau. of Sir John Jacob Buxton, 
Bart) B Dec. 31, i860. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1880; 
B A. 1884; M.A. 1891. Capt., West Yorkshire Regt. (Vol. 
Bn.). Of Hill House, Cawthome, Yorks. J. P. and D.L for 
the West Riding; J. P. for ArgyUs. Married, 1890, Ida Mary, 
2nd dau. of Sir Lionel Pilkmgtoa, nth Bart. Succeeded his 
father at Cannon HaU, Bamsley, 191 1. Died July 10, 1944- 
Brother of Edward C. S. (1881). (Burke, E.G.; The Times, 
July 12, 1944; Eton Sch. Lists; Walford, County Families.) 
STANHOPE, PHILIP DORMER. Adm. (age 17) at King's, 
a scholar from Eton, May 27, I77i. [S. of Charles (and 
Catherine Margaret, dau. of Thomas Cope Freeman, of 
Abbots Langley, Herts.). B. Feb. I2, 1752, m Westminster. 
Bapt. Mar. i, 1752, at St John's, Westminster.] Matnc. 
Michs 1771. Expelled from the College for misconduct, 1772. 
Served in India under the Nabob of Arcot, 1773-8. Comet, 
ist Dragoon Guards, 1780; Ensign, 12 th Foot, 178 1-4. 
Man-ied, Jan. 10, 1780, Elizabeth Hughes. Author, Genuine 
Metnoirs of Asiaticus. (Eton Coll. Reg.) 



Stanhope, Philip Henry, Earl 

STANHOPE, PHILIP HENRY, EARL. Hon. LL.D. 1864. [Eldest 
s. of Philip Henry, 4th Earl (and Catharine Lucy, dau. of 
Robert, Lord Carrington). B. Jan. 31, 1805.] B.A., Christ 
Church, Oxford, 1827; Hon. D.C.L., Oxford, 1834. F.R.S., 
1827; F.S.A., 1841. M.P. for Wootton Bassett, 1830-2; for 
Hertford, 1835-52. Succeeded as 5th Earl, 1855. Lord Rector 
of Aberdeen University, 1858. Under-Secretary of State for 
Foreign Affairs, 1834-5. Secretary to the Board of Control. 
J.P. and D.L. for Kent. First Chairman of the National 
Portrait Gallery. President of the Society of Antiquaries, 
1846-75. A Trustee of the British Museum. Married, July 10, 
1834, Emily Harriet, dau. of Gen. Sir Edward Kerrison, Bart., 
M.P., and had issue. Died Dec. 24, 1875. (Burke, P. and B.; 
Al. Oxon.; Walford, County Families; D.N.B.; Soc. Ant 
Occasional Papers, 11 (1945).) 

STANIER, RANDLE BADLEY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magda- 
lene, Jan. 13, 1869. [4th] s. of Francis, Esq., of Madeley 
Manor, Staffs, (and Mary Williamson). Matric. Lent, 1869. 
Captain, Staffs. Mihtia, 1880. Married Anne, dau. of R. A. 
Dallas. (Burke, L.G.; Army Lists.) 

STANIFORTH, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 4, 1815. 
[School, Westminster.] Matric. Michs. 1815. Died Jan. 31, 
1880, aged 84. (Record of Old Westminsters.) 

STANIFORTH, LEONARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 12, 
1885. S. of John Walter, of Fairhohne, Sheffield. B. July 21, 
1865, at Sheffield. School, Southport. Matric. Michs. 1885; 
B.A. and LL.B. 1888; M.A. and LL.M. 1892. Ord. deacon 
(York) 1889; priest, 1890; C. of Wentworth, Yorks., 1889-90. 
C. of Sharrow, 1890-2. C. of Eye, Sufiolk, 1892-4. C. of 
Needham Market, 1894-8. V. of Framsden, 1898-1903. R. of 
Saxmundham, 1903-8. V. of Birling, Kent, 1908-16. V. of 
Broadway, Worcs., 1916-23. Married, Apr. 13, 1893, Gertrude 
Annie, 2nd dau. of A. R. Ellin, Esq., of Sheffield. Lived 
latterly at Folkestone, where he died Mar. 8, 1936. (Scott, 
MSS.;.Crockford; The Guardian, Apr. 19, 1893; The Times, 
Mar. 9, 1936.) 

STANILAND, CHARLES ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity Hall, Jan. 1877. S. of — , Esq., of Harrington Park, 
Lines. [B. Oct. 30, 1856.] School, Eton. Matric. Lent, 1877. 
Second Lieut., 105th Foot, 1877; transferred to 7th Foot, 
1878; Lieut., Royal Fusiliers, 1880; transferred to 8th 
Hussars, 1883; Capt., 2nd Dragoons, 1887. Of Legboume 
and Harrington Hall, Lines. Married, 1892, Eveleen, dau. of 
Robert Narcissus Batt, of Purdysbum, Co. Down. (Eton 
Sch. Lists; Army Lists; Sir W. Sterry.) 

STANILAND, JAMES MEABURN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Nov. 2, 1859. [Eldest] s. of Meabum, attorney, of Skirbeck, 
Lines. B. there, Aug. 28, 1841. School, Lines, (private) [and 
Cheltenham College]. Matric. Michs. i860; B.A. 1864. C. of 
Leighton Buzzard, Beds., 1865-7. R. of Evenlode, Worcs., 
1868-70. C. of Beesby, Lines., 1871-7. No cure thereafter. 
Married, July 3, 1883, Alice, dau. of Capt. Alfred Chapman. 
Latterly of 39, IJuckingham Palace Mansions, Pimlico. Died 
Mar. 26, 1905, in London. (Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; Clergy 
Lts'; Crockford; The Times, Mar. 29, 1905.) 

STANLEY, ALAN SIDNEY WENTWORTH. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, June i, 1880. [2nd] s. of Sidney (1846, sub Went- 
worth), of Longstowe Hall, Cambs. B. there, Apr. 30, 1861. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1880. Of Great Chesterford, 
Essex. J.P. for Essex. Major, Suffolk Militia. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut.-Col., Suffolk Regt.; mentioned 
in despatches). Married, Feb. 13, 1889, Lilian Charlotte, dau. 
of Musgrave Wroughton Anderson, of Melbourne, Australia. 
Died Mar. 6, 1945. Brother of Charles W. (1879) and Herbert 
F. W. (1883). (Eton Sch. Lists; Army Lists; Univ. War List; 
Burke, L.G.) 

STANLEY, The Hon. ALGERNON CHARLES. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Nov. 4, 1861. [4th] s. of Edward John (Christ 
Church, Oxford, 1822), 2nd Baron Stanley of Alderley, of 
40, Dover Street, London (and Henrietta Maria, dau. of 
Henry Augustus, Viscount Dillon). B. [Sept. 16], 1843, at 
Winnington, Cheshire. Schools, Harrow and Rugby. Matric. 
Lent, 1863; B.A. 1865; M.A. 1868. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 
1866; priest, 1868; C. of Kidderminster, 1866-8. C. of West 
Bromwich, 1869. C. of St Mary's, Soho, London, 1870-3. 
P.C. of Holy Cross, St Pancras, 1876-9. Joined the Roman 
Catholic Church, 1879, and ord. priest, 1880. At St James's, 
Spanish Place, 1883-93. Auxiliary Bishop to Cardinal 
Vaughan, Archbishop of Westminster; Bishop of Emmaus, 
1903; Domestic prelate of Pope Pius X, and assistant Bishop 
at the Pontifical throne, 1907. Canon of St Peter's. Died 
Apr. 23, 1928, in Rome. Brother of Henry E. J. (1846). 
(Rugby Sch. Reg.; Harrow Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Burke, 
P. and B.; Who tfas Who; The Times, Apr. 24, 1928.) 

STANLEY, ARTHUR JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 19, 
1872. S. of Charles, of 38, Warwick Road, Maida Hill, 
London. B. June 26, 1853, in London. School, Repton. 
Matric. Michs. 1872. A stockbroker. Died July 16, 1935, in 
London. (Repton Sch. Reg.; The Times, July 19, 1935.) 



Stanley, Edward 

STANLEY, The Rev. ARTHUR PENRHYN. Hon. LL.D. 1864; 
incorp. from Oxford. [2nd s. of the Rt. Rev. Edward (1798), 
Bishop of Norwich (and Catherine, dau. of the Rev. Oswald 
Leycester, R. of Stoke-on-Tern, Salop). B. Dec. 13, 1815. 
School, Rugby.] Matric. from Balliol College, Oxford, 
Nov. 30, 1833, age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 1838; M.A. (Oxford) 
1840; B.D. and D.D. (Oxford) 1858. FeUow of University 
College, Oxford, 1838-51 ; Hon. Fellow, 1864-81. Ord. deacon 
(Oxford) 1839; priest, 1841. Canon of Canterbury, 1851-8. 
Chaplain to the Prince Consort, 1854-61. Regius Professor 
of Ecclesiastical History at Oxford, 1856-64. F.R.S., 1863. 
Canon of Christ Church, Oxford, 1858-64. Dean of West- 
minster, 1864-81. Married, Dec. 22, 1863, Lady Augusta 
Bruce, 5th dau. of Thomas, 7th Earl of Elgin. Author, religious. 
Died, s.p., July 18, 1881, at the Deanery, Westminster. (Rugby 
Sch. Reg.; Al. Oxon.; D.N.B.; Boose, in. 708; Crockford; 
Burke, P. and B.) 

STANLEY, CALEB ROBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 23, 
1853. S. of Caleb Robert, artist (and Anne). B. Apr. 9, 1832, 
in Maddox Street, Hanover Square, London. School, King's 
College, London. Matric. Michs. 1853. 

STANLEY, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 22, 1832. 
Matric. Michs. 1832. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magdalene, 
June 5, 1833. [Only] s. of Richard [silversmith], of Sheffield. 
School, private. Adm. at the Middle Temple, May 1, 1840. 
Called to the Bar, May 5, 1843. On the Northern Circuit. 
(Law Lists ; Inns of Court.) 

STANLEY, CHARLES WENTWORTH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Sept. 29, 1879. [Eldest] s. of Sidney (1846, sub Wentworth), 
of Longstowe Hall, Cambs. (and Sara, dau. of Edmond Foster, 
of Cambridge), who assumed, by Royal Licence, July 19, 
1856, the name of Stanley in lieu of Wentworth. B. [Feb. 6], 
i860, at Longstowe Hall. School, Longstowe (private). 
Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1886. Capt., Suffolk 
Regt., 1885. Of Longstowe Hall, Cambs., which he sold in 
1905. J.P. and D.L. for Cambs. High Sheriff of Cambs. and 
Hunts., 1930. Married, Dec. 17, 1890, Helen Maud, 2nd dau. 
of Musgrave Wroughton Anderson, of Melbourne, Australia, 
and had issue. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Major, 
Cambs. Regt.). Knighted, 1929. High Sheriff of Cambs., 
1930. Lived in Bentley Road, Cambridge. Died Mar. 31, 
1939, at Cambridge. Brother of Alan S. W. (1880) and 
Herbert H. W. (1883). (Burke, L.G.; Fox-Davies, Armorial 
Families ; Walford, County Families ; Univ. War List ; Who's 
Who; The Times, Apr. 3, 1939.) 

STANLEY, EDMOND STANLEY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Jesus, 
Dec. 14, 1835. Of Middlesex. B. Jan. 7, i8i8, in London. 
School, Eton. Matric. Lent, 1836; B.A. 1840. Rowing 'blue,' 

1836, 1839. Took Holy Orders but held no curacy or living. 
Resided at Rhoscrowther, Pembrokeshire. J.P. for Pem- 
brokes. Captain, Pembroke Volunteers. Died Dec. 4, 1875. 
(Eton Sch. Lists; Book of Blues.) 

STANLEY, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 6, 1794. 
[S. of Edward (and Julia, dau. of John Christian, of Ewanrigg, 
Cumberland). Bapt. May 3, 1776, at Workington, Cumber- 
land.] School, Eton. Scholar, 1794; Matric. Michs. 1797; 
B.A. 1798; M.A. 1822. Ord. deacon (Chester) Sept. 22, 1799; 
priest, Sept. 21, 1800; C. of Harrington, Cumberland, 1799- 
1802. Appointed by the H.E.I.C. Chaplain of the presidency 
of Fort St George in 1801, but it seems improbable that he 
went to India. R. of Plumbland, Cumberland, 1802-34. 
R. of Harrington, 1822-3. R. of Workington, 1831-4. 
Chaplain to Lord Dover in 1831. Died Jan. 5, 1834, at 
Workington; buried there. (Eton Coll. Reg.; St John's Coll. 
Adm., IV. 487; Foster, Index Eccles.; Clerical Guide; G. Mag., 
1834, 1. 563, where he is confused with the next.) 

STANLEY, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 31, 1798. 
[2nd] s. of Sir John [Thomas] (1754) [6th] Bart., of Alderley 
Park, Cheshire (and Margaret, dau. of Hugh Owen, of 
Penrhos, Anglesey). [B. Jan. i, 1779, in London.] School, 
Windlesham, Surrey. Matric. Michs. 1801; Scholar, 1801; 
B.A. (16th Wrangler) 1802; M.A. 1805; D.D. (per Lit. Reg.) 

1837. Ord. deacon (Winchester) June 5, 1805 ; priest, Sept. 15, 
1805; C. of Windlesham, Surrey, 1805. R. of Alderley, 
Cheshire, 1805-37. Clerk of the Chapel Royal to Queen 
Victoria, 1837. F.R.S., 1840. Bishop of Norwich, 1837-49. 
As Bishop, a vigorous and fearless reformer. 'He not only 
changed the whole atmosphere of religious life throughout 
his see, but won the affectionate esteem of all classes, whether 
lay or clerical.' Nicknamed 'Jim Crow.' Married, May 8, 
1810, Catherine, dau. of the Rev. Oswald Leycester, R. of 
Stoke-on-Tern, Salop. Author, Familiar History of Birds; 
Sermons, etc. Died Sept. 6, 1849, at Brahan Castle, near 
Dingwall, Ross-shire, while on a holiday; buried in Norwich 
Cathedral. Fatherof Arthur P. (1864). (St John's Coll. Adm., 
IV. 487 and 489; Burke, P. and B.;D.N.B.; W. B. Donne and 
his Friends.) 



Stanley, Edward 

STANLEY, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 18, 1808. 
[Eldest s. of James, of Portland Place, and Brighton (and 
Augusta, dau. of John Cornwall, of Hendon, Middlesex). 
B. 1789. School, Harrow; played cricket in Lord Byron's XI 
V. Eton, 1805.] Matric. Michs. 1808; B.A. 1812. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 2, 1810, aged 20. Of Cross Hall, Onnskirk. 
J. P. and D.L. for Lanes. Married, Sept. 3, 1819, Lady Mary 
Maitland, dau. of the 8th Earl of Lauderdale. Died Mar. 8, 
1870. Brother of Thomas (1817). [Harrow Sch. Reg.; Inns of 
Court; Burke, L.G.) 
STANLEY, The Hon. EDWARD HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) 
at Trinity, Apr. 8, 1844. [Eldest] s. of Edward Geoffrey 
Smith [14th] [Earl of Derby] (Christ Church, Oxford, 1817). 
B. [July 21, 1826], at Knowsley, Lanes. Schools, [Eton and] 
Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1844 ; (10th Classic, 1848) ; M.A. 1848 ; 
Hon. LL.D. 1862. Styled Lord Stanley, 1851-69. iMember 
of the Apostles. Hon. D.C.L., Oxford, 1853. M.P. for King's 
Lynn, 1848-69. Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 
Mar.-Dec. 1852. Secretary of State for the Colonies, 1858; 
for India, 1858-9; for Foreign Affairs, 1866-8 and 1874-8, 
and for the Colonies, 1882-5. P.C, 1858. Rector of the 
University of Glasgow, 1869-71 and of the University of 
Edinburgh, 1875-7. Chancellor of the University of London, 
1891. Succeeded his father as 15th Earl of Derby, Oct. 23, 
1869. K.G., 1884. After King Otto of Greece was expelled 
in 1862, the throne was offered to, and refused by, Prince 
Alfred (second son of Queen Victoria); the authorities in 
Greece then seriously considered the possibility of asking 
Stanley to accept it; 'the Greeks really want to make our 
friend Lord Stanley their king,' Disraeli wrote in 1863. 
Married, July 5, 1870, Mary Catherine, Dowager Marchioness 
of Salisbury, dau. of the 5th Earl De La Warr, and widow of 
the 2nd Marquess of Salisbury. Died, s.p., Apr. 2i, 1893. 
[Eton Sch. Lists; Rugby ■'ich. Reg.; Dulu'ich Coll. Reg.; 
G.E.C.; Burke, P. and B.; D.N.B.) 
STANLEY, EDWARD JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25. 
1897. [Eldest] s. of the Hon. Edward Lyulph (Balliol College, 
Oxford, 1857), Lord Stanley of Alderley, of n, Mansfield 
Street, Portland Place, London (and Mary Katharine, dau. 
of Sir Lowthian BeU, Bart., of Washington, Durham). B. 
May 14, 1878, in London. School, Clifton College. Matric. 
Michs. 1897; B.A. 1902; M.A. 1906. Resident, Sokoto 
province, N. Nigeria. Died Nov. 1908. (Clifton Coll. Reg.; 
Burke, L.G.) 
STANLEY, The Hon. EDWARD (SMITH). Adm. FeU.-Com. 
(age 18) at Trinity, Feb. 1, 1771. [Eldest] s. of James 
[Smith], Baron Strange, of Preston, Lanes, (and Lucy, 
2nd dau. of Hugh Smith, of Weald Hall, Essex). [B. Sept. 12, 
1752.] School, Eton. Matric. Lent, 1771; M-A. i773- M-P- 
for Lanes., 1774-6. Succeeded his grandfather as 12th Earl 
of Derby, Feb. 22, 1776. Lord Lieut, and Custos rotulorum 
of Lanes., 1776-1834. Col. of the Lanes. Militia, 1772. P-C, 
1783. K.G. Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, Aug.-Dec. 
1783 and again Feb. i8o6-Mar. 1807. Married (i) June 23, 
1774, Elizabeth, dau. of James, 6th Duke of Hamilton; 
(2) Mar. 14, 1797, Elizabeth, dau. of George Farren, surgeon, 
of Cork, and afterwards an actor. Founded the Derby Stakes, 
1780. Died Oct. 21, 1834, at Knowsley; buried at Onnskirk. 
Father of the next; brother of Thomas S. (i77i)- {Eton Coll. 
Reg.; Burke, P. and B.; G.E.C.) 
STANLEY, Lord EDWARD (SMITH). Adm. nobleman (age 17) 
at Trinity, July 4, i792. [Eldest] s. of Edward [Smith] 
(above) [12th] Earl of Derby (and Lady Elizabeth, dau. of 
James, 6th Duke of Hamilton). [B. Apr. 21, 1775-] School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1793; M.A. i795- Styled Lord Stanley 
until 1832. Col., 2nd Regt., Lanes. Militia, i797, and Col. in 
the Army, 1798. M.P. for Preston, 1796-1812; for Lanes., 
1812-32. Hon. D.C.L., 0.\ford, 1819. Vice-Admiral of Lanes., 
1831. Created Baron Stanley of Bickerstaffe, Lanes., 1832. 
Succeeded his father as 13th Earl of Derby, Oct. 21, 1834. 
K.G., 1839. President of the Linnaean Society, 1828-33. 
President of the Zoological Society. Lord-Lieut, of Lanes., 
1834-51. Married, June 30, 1798, his cousin, Charlotte 
Margaret, dau. of the Rev. Geoffrey Hornby, R. of Wmwick, 
Lanes. Died June 30, 1851, at Knowsley Park. Father of 
Henry T. S. (1821). (Eton Coll. Reg.; Burke, P. and B.; 
G.E.C; D.N.B.) 
STANLEY, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, .A.ug. 28, 
1755. Of Herts. [S. of the Rev. Francis (1711), R- of Much 
Hadham (and Mary, dau. of Lord Justice Pemberton).] 
Matric. Michs. 1755; B.A. 1760; M.A. 1763. Ord. priest 
(London) Mar. 18, 1764. V. of North Weald, Essex, 1764- 
1827. R. of Eastwick, Herts., 1781-1825; resigned. Died 
Apr. 18, 1827, aged 90, at Much Hadham. M.I. at Eastwick. 
Brother of Richard (i755). (Cussans, i. 65; G. Mag., 1827, 
I. 474-) 
STANLEY, FRANK JOHN. Matric. Non-Coll., Michs. 1886; B.A. 
1889; M.A. 1894. Ord. deacon (Salisbury) 1889; priest, 1890; 
C of St Paul's, Poole, Dorset, 1889-92. C. of Laister Dyke, 



Stanley, Hubert 

Yorks., 1893-8. C. of Shirehampton, Gloucs., 189S-1905. 
V. of Great Ness, Salop, 1905-24. Disappears from Crockford, 
1925. Died Jan. 4, 1940, aged 72, in London. (The Times, 
Jan. 6, 1940.) 
STANLEY, GEORGE EDWARD. .\dm. FeU.-Com. (age 17) at 
Christ's, Oct. 25, 1766. [Eldest] s. of Edward, of Dalegarth, 
Cumberland (and Mildi-ed, dau. of Sir George Fleming, Bt., 
Bishop of Carlisle). B. .Mar. 21, 1748, at Ponsonby, Cum- 
berland. Schools, [Carlisle Grammar and] Eton. Matric. 
Easter, 1767. High Sheriff of Cumberland, 1774. Married 
(1) Aug. 12, 1774, Dorothy, dau. of Sir William Fleming, of 
Rydal; {2) May 26, 1789, Elizabeth, dau. of Morris Evans, 
of Middlesex, and had issue. Died Nov. 17, 1806, at Rydal 
Hall, Westmorland; buried at Ponsonby. (Eton Coll. Reg.; 
Carlisle Gr. Sch. Reg.; Peile, 11. 282.) 
STANLEY, HENRY. Matric. from Pembroke, Lent, 1788. 
STANLEY, HENRY EDWARD JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Jan. 1, 1846. [Eldest] s. of the Hon. Edward John (later 
2nd Baron) (Christ Church, Oxford, 1822) (and Henrietta 
Maria, dau. of the 13th Viscount Dillon). B. [July 11], 1827, 
at Alderley, Cheshire. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1846. 
Entered the Foreign Office, 1847; Attach^ at Constantinople, 
1851 ; Secretary to the Legation at Athens, 1854-9. Secretary 
to Sir Henry Bulwer's special Commission to the Danubian 
Provinces, 1856-8. Travelled widely in the East studying 
Oriental languages, and adopted the Moslem religion. Suc- 
ceeded as 3rd Baron Stanley of Alderley, June 16, 1869, and 
settled in England. Married, Aug. 1862, Fabia, dau. of 
Don Santiago Federico San Roman, of Seville. Author, 
Essays on East and West, etc., and numerous translations for 
the Hakluyt Society. Died, s.p., Dec. 10, 1903; buried in 
Alderley Park with Moslem rites, the Imam of the Turkish 
Embassy officiating. Brother of Algernon C. (1861). (Eton 
Sch. Lists; Burke, P. and B.; G.E.C; Who was Who; D.N.B.) 
STANLEY (formerly JOHN ROWLANDS), HENRY MORTON. 
Hon. LL.D. 1S91. [S. of John Rowlands, of Llys, near 
Denbigh (and Elizabeth, dau. of — Parry, a small butcher 
and grazier of Denbigh). B. June 29, 1841.] His father died 
early and he was brought up in St Asaph workhouse: after 
nine years of hardship he ran away, and finally shipped as 
a cabin-boy on board an American vessel bound for New 
Orleans, 1859. Attracted the notice of a kindly cotton-broker, 
Henry Stanley, who obtained a situation for him in a store 
and finally adopted him. Spent two years travelling among 
the Mississippi towns with Stanley, who educated him. On 
the death of his adopted father, in 1861, entered the service 
of the Confederate States as a volunteer in the 6th Arkansas 
Regt., and was taken prisoner, 1862. Enlisted in the U.S. 
Navy, and wrote accounts of his experiences to the news- 
papers. Visited Asia Minor and wTote of his exploits in the 
Democrat. With the Neiv York Herald. Commissioned, 1869, 
to find Dr David Livingstone, and succeeded after many 
vicissitudes at the end of Nov. 1871. Travelled extensively 
in the Congo and Central Africa. His book, In Darkest Africa, 
was translated into many languages. Naturalised as a British 
subject. M.P. for North Lambeth, 1895-1900. G.C.B., 1899; 
Grand Cordon of the Order of Leopold. Married, July 12, 
1890, Dorothy, a distinguished painter, dau. of Charles 
Tennant, M.P., of Cadoxton Lodge, Glam. Lived latterly at 
Furze Hill, Pirbright, Surrey. Died May 10, 1904, in London; 
buried at Pirbright. (D.N.B.) 
STANLEY, The Hon. HENRY THOMAS SMITH. Adm. pens, (age 
18) at Trinity, May 8, 1821. [2nd s. of Edward Smith (179?). 
Viscount Stanley. B. Mar. 9, 1803.] School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1821. Migrated to St Mary Hall, Oxford, whence he 
matric. Feb. i, 1826. Sometime in the Guards. Of Stanley 
Hall, Preston. J. P. and D.L. M.Pr for Preston, 1832-7. 
Married, Sept. 1, 1835, Anne, dau. of Richard Woolhouse, 
Esq., and had issue. Died Apr. 2, 1875- (Eton Sch. Lists; 
Al. Oxon.; Burke, P. and B.; Walford, County Families.) 
STANLEY, HERBERT FOSTER WENTWORTH. Matric. Non- 
Coll., Michs. 1883. [srds. of Sidney (1846, sub Wentworth), of 
Longstowe Hall, Cambs. B. July 2, 1863. School, Eton.] 
Second Lieut., 9th Lancers, 1887; Lieut., i888;Captam, 1894- 
Served in India. Died of wounds in the S. African War, 
Apr. 28, 1900. Brother of Alan S. W. (1880) and Charles W. 
(1879). (Etoti Sch. Lists; Army Lists; Burke, L.G.) 
STANLEY, HUBERT. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Oct. i, 1882. 
f2ndl s of the Rev. Robert Rainy Pennington (1844), 
deceased, V. of Felsted. B. Dec. i, 1863. School, Felsted 
Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1885; M.B. and B.Chir. 1890 At 
St Bartholomew's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., i895- 
House Surgeon and House Physician at the Metropolitan 
Hospital. Practised at Ashford, Kent; and at St Leonards- 
on-Sea, from 1909. Married, Aug. 14, 1895, EmUy Laura 
youngest dau. of Edward Dennis Hacon, F.R.C.b., ot 
Hacluiey. Of Eagle House, St Leonards-on-Sea, m i947- 
(Al Felsted.; Medical Directories; T. A. Walker, 567.) 



Stanley, Jacob 

STANLEY, JACOB. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 7, 1858. 
S. of Jacob (and Susanna). B. Dec. 7, 1839, at Trowbridge, 
Wilts. Matric. Michs. 1858; B.A. 1862; M.A. i866. 

STANLEY, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Peterhouse, 
Oct. 15, 1787. [Only s. of Charles (and Martha, dau. of Henry 
Rawsthom, of Ormskirk). B. Oct. 21, 1768, in Liverpool.] 
School, Bampton. Matric. Michs. 1788; B.A. 1792; M.A. 
1801. Provided for by the 12th Earl of Derby, who presented 
him to the living of Ormskirk in 1800. Married, July 11, 
1797, Sarah, dau. of John Edleston. Buried at Ormskirk, 
June 17, 1822. {T.A. Walker, 356; Burke, L.O.;F. P. White.) 

STANLEY, JAMES TALBOT. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Feb. 2, 
1838. Of Middlesex. [S. of Capt. Bontein, who assumed the 
name Stanley (and Mary Anne, dau. of Sir Edmond Stanley). 

B. 1821. School, Eton.] Matric. Lent, 1838. Major, 2nd 
Somerset Militia; Captain, 89th Regt. Married, 1853, Frances 
Susannah Caroline, dau. of Charles Douglas Halford, of 
Bergholt, Suffolk. Of Lattiford House, Somerset, and, later, 
of Landshipping, Pembrokeshire. Died in 1899. {Eton Sch. 
Lists; Sir W. Sterry; F. P. White; Walford, County Families.) 

STANLEY, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 23, 1871. S. of 
John, of 10, Orsett Terrace, London. B. Aug. 17, 1851, in 
London. [School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1871; B.A. 1876; 
M.A. 1879- Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1876; priest, 1877; 

C. of Bromley, Kent, 1876-7. C. of Holy Trinity, Paddington, 
1878-81. R. of Stockbridge, Hants., 1881-3. London Dioc. 
Home Missioner, St Paul's, Harringay Park, 1883-7. V. of 
Bowden Hill, Wilts., 1887-94. V. of St Paul's, East Molesey, 
Surrey, 1894-1902. V. of Billingshurst, Sussex, 1902-14. 
Lie. Pr., dio. of Chichester, 1915 ; dio. of Winchester, 1916-19. 
Chaplain of the cripples' hospital and College, Alton, 1919-21. 
Latterly of 24, Hythe Road, Worthing. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1934. (Eton Sch. Lists.) 

STANLEY, JOHN THOMAS. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 17) at 
Trinity, Apr. 10, 1754. [Eldest] s. of Su- Edward [5th] 
Bart., of Alderley, Cheshire (and Mary, only dau. of Thomas 
Ward, Esq., banker, of London). B. Mar. 26, 1735. School, 
Fulham, London. Matric. Lent, 1755; M.A. 1756. One of 
the Gentlemen of H.M.'s Privy Chamber. Of Alderley Park, 
Cheshire. Married, Apr. 20, 1763, Margaret, dau. of Hugh 
Owen, Esq., of Penrhos, Anglesey. Succeeded as 6th Bart., 
Feb. 22, 1776. Died Nov. 29, 1807, in London; buried in 
South Audley Street Chapel. Father of Edward (1798). 
(Burke, P. and B.; G.E.C.) 

STANLEY, PERCIVAL. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Oct. i, 
1896. S. of Jacob (and Susannah). B. Aug. 31, 1871, at 
Leicester. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1907. Ord. 
deacon (Salisbury) 1904; priest, 1905; C. of Branksome, 
Dorset, 1904-6. Assistant Chaplain at St John's, Mentone, 
1906-7. C. of Appleby, Cumberland, 1908. C. of St Aidan's, 
Carlisle, 1909-10. C. of St Michael's, Barnes, Surrey, 1910-ix. 
Chaplain to Viscount Halifax, 1911-12. C. of the Church-of- 
the-Annunciation, Marylebone, 1912-15; C. of St Matthias, 
Befanal Green, 1920-31; perm, to off., dio. of London, 
1931-2. C. of St Paul's, Grove Park, Chiswick, 1937-9. 
Of 42, Trmity Square, London, E.C., in 1952. {Crockford.) 

STANLEY, PERCY CLIFFORD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 19, 1880. S. of William Thomas, veterinary-surgeon 
(and Eliza). B. Sept. 5, 1859, at Leamington. [School, 
Leamington College.] Migrated to Downing, Nov. 14, 1880. 
Re-adm. at St John's, Jan. 31, 1881; migrated to Trinity 
Hall, 1881. Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1889. Ord. 
deacon (London) 1891; priest, 1892; C. of St Andrew's, 
Westminster, 1891-2. C. of East Meon, Hants., 1892-3. 
V. of Hunstanton with Ringstead Parva, Norfolk, 1893-1924. 
Died Aug. 30, 19B4, as the result of a motor-accident. 
{Crockford; The Times, Sept. i, 1924.) 

STANLEY, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Aug. 28, 
1755. Of Herts. [2nd s. of the Rev. Francis (1711), R. of 
Much Hadham (and Mary, dau. of Lord Justice Pemberton).] 
Matric. Michs. 1755; Scholar; B.A. 1760; M.A. 1764. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, Jan. 30, 1759. Bencher. Recorder of 
Hertford. Died Aug. 5, i8io, at Much Hadham. Brother of 
Francis (i755). {Inns of Court; G. Mag., 1810, 11. 194.) 

STANLEY, ROBERT. Adm. sizar at Clare, June 30, 1800. 
B. at Claypole, Lines. 

STANLEY, ROBERT RAINY PENNINGTON. Adm. pens, at 
Emmanuel, Apr. 24, 1844. S. of Edward, surgeon, of 
Lincoln's Inn Fields, London. School, St Paul's. Matric 
Michs. 1844; B.A. 1848; M.A. 1851. Ord. deacon (London) 
1849; priest, 1850; C. of Greenwich, 1850-4. C. of Windsor, 
1855-6. C. of Banstead, Surrey, 1856-9. V. of Felsted, Essex, 
1859-68. Married Georgiana Anne — . Died Oct. 10, 1868. 
Father of Hubert (1882). {St Paul's Sch. Reg.; Clergy List; 
Crockford.) 

STANLEY, SIDNEY (1846), see WENTWORTH. 



Stannard, Christopher 

STANLEY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Mar. 16, 
1767. [S. of the Rev. Thomas (1738), R. of Winwick, Lanes. 

B. Sept. 14, 1749.] Matric. Michs. 1767; Scholar, 1768; LL.B. 
1773- Of Cross Hall, Ormskirk, Lanes. Colonel, ist Regt. of 
Lanes, militia. M.P. for Lanes., 1780-1812. Died Dec. 24, 
1816, at Bath; buried in the family vault at Ormskirk. 
(Burke, L.G.) 

STANLEY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age x8) at Magdalene, 
June 24, 1817. S. of James, Esq., of London and Brighton 
(and Augusta Cornwall). School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 
1817; B.A. 1821. Ord. deacon, 1823; priest, 1824. Of Cum- 
berland Street, Hyde Park, London, without cure or benefice. 
Died Dec. 28, 1864, aged 65, in North Audley Street. Brother 
of Edward (1808). {Harrow Sch. Reg.; Crockford; G. Mag., 
1865, 1. 250.) 

STANLEY, The Hon. THOMAS SMITH. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Trinity, Apr. 29, 1771. [2nd] s. of James [Smith], Baron 
Strange, of Preston, Lanes, (and Lucy, 2nd dau. of Hugh 
Smith, of Weald Hall, Essex). School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1771; M.A. 1773. Comet, i6th Dragoon Guards, 1775; Major, 
79th Foot, 1777. M.P. for Lanes., 1776-9. Died 1779, in 
Jamaica. Brother of Edward S. (1771). {Eton Coll. Reg.; 
Burke, P. and B.; G. Mag., 1780, i. 50.) 

STANLEY, WALMSLEY. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Oct. 1, 
1887. S. of Walmsley, Esq., of The Knowle, Leigham Court 
Road, Wimbledon. B. May 20, 1867, at Wimbledon. School, 
private. Matric. Michs. 1887. Re-adm. Jan. 26, 1895. Ord. 
deacon (Sodor and Man) 1892; priest, 1894; C. of St Barnabas, 
Douglas, Isle of Man, 1892-5. C. of Wombwell, Vorks., 
1895-6. V. of Bengeworth, Worcs., 1896-1904. V. of Kirk 
Onchan, Isle of Man, 1904-8. Lie. Pr., dio. of Chichester, 
1911-12; dio. of Canterbury, 1915-16. C. of Holmer with 
Huntington, Heref., 1916-20. V. of Breinton, Heref., 1920-4. 
Chaplain at Meran, 1924-7. Perm, to off., dio. of Chichester, 
1931-49. Of Poulters Lane, Worthing, in 1949. {T.A.Walker, 
599; Crockford; Shawcross and Barnard, Bengeworth, 74-5.) 

STANLEY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 1894. S. of 
William. B. Aug. 13, 1875, at Nottingham. Matric. Michs. 
1894; B.A. 1897. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1898; priest, 1899; 

C. of Birkenhead, 1898-1901. C. of St Anne's with St Jude's, 
Nottingham, 1901-6. C.M.S. Missionary at Jerusalem, 
1906-15; at Peshawar, 1915-16. T.C.F., 1916-17. Special 
service, dio. of Chester, 1917-21. C. of St Luke's, Redcliffe 
Square, South Kensington, 1921-4. C. of St Matthew's, 
Bayswater, 1924-6. R. of Littledean, Gloucs., 1926-44. Died 
Sept. 27, 1944. {Crockford; The Times, Oct. 4, 1944.) 

STANLEY, WILLIAM HUBERT. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 7. 
1868. 2nd s. of William, farmer, of Chipping Campden, 
Gloucs. B. there, Sept. 5, 1844. School, Chippmg Campden 
(Mr Dodwell). Matric. Michs. 1868; B.A. 1874. Ord. deacon 
(Manchester) 1875; priest (Chichester) 1890; C. of Tarleton, 
Lanes., 1875-6. Assistant Master at the International 
College, Isleworth, Middlesex, 1876-9. Association Secretary, 
Jews' Society, 1879-84. C. of St John's, Eastbourne, 1887-92 . 
Master of Carew House School, Eastbourne, 1892-6. Author, 
A Popular Analysis of Poetry. Living at Chipping Campden 
in 1903. Disappears from Crockford, 1904. 

STANLEY-CLARKE, CRISPIAN. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1898. 
[2nd] s. of Harvey Morris, Colonel, Indian Staff Corps, 
retired (and Harriette Horatia Becher). B. 1879, at Alla- 
habad. School, Tonbridge. Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901; 
M.B. and B.Chir. 1907; M.D. 1921. At St Thomas's Hospital. 
M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1906. Assistant House Surgeon, Derby- 
shire Royal Infirmary; House Physician, General Hospital, 
Wolverhampton. Senior House Physician, Royal Infirmary, 
Hull, 1910. Practised at Rickmansworth, 1910-16. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.A.M.C). Surgeon, 
Orient Steam Navigation Company, 1921-40. Latterly of 
'The Limes,' Rickmansworth, Herts., and 34, Leinster 
Square, London. {Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; Venn, 11. 559; Univ. 
War List; Medical Directories.) 

STANMORE, ARTHUR, BARON (1846), see GORDON, ARTHUR 

STANMORE, GEORGE ARTHUR MAURICE, BARON (1889), 
s«e HAMILTON-GORDON. 

STANNARD, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 7, 
1795- Of Norfolk. [S. of Joseph (and Ann). B. Sept. 6, 1774. 
Bapt. at Norwich.] School, Norwich. Matric. Michs. 1795; 
Scholar, 1798; B.A. 1799; M.A. 1802; B.D. 1809. Fellow, 
1805-33. Ord. deacon (Ely) Dec. 22, 1799; priest (Norwich) 
Sept. 20, 1807; C. of Swavesey, Cambs., 1799. R. of St Peter's, 
Hungate, Norwich, 1811-39. R. of Great Snoring with 
Thursford, Norfolk, 1831-51. Married, July 10, 1835, at 
St George's, Tombland, Norwich, Miss Maria Bedford, of 
Norwich. Died May 17. 1851. Left books to the CoUege 
hbrary. {St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 489; Boase, vi. 607; 
Foster, Index Eccles.; Clergy List; G. Mag., 1852, i. 97.) 



Stannard, Philip Hopson 

STANNARD, PHILIP HOPSON. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
July 6, 1780. Of Norwich. [S. of Philip (and Anne).] School. 
Norwich. Matric. Michs. 1781; Scholar; B.A. 1786. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) Dec. 18, 1785; C. of Stoke Holy Cross, 
Norfolk, 1785. Died at Long Stratton, June 15, 1838, aged 
75. M.I. in St GUes, Norwich. (J. B. Whitmore; G. Mag., 
1838, ii, 336.) 
STANNING, HENRY DUNCAN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 
1900. [3rd] s. of John (1859) Lbleacher], of Broadfield. 
Leyland, Lanes. B. there, Nov. 14, 1881. School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1900. A farmer in Kenya. Served in the Great 
War 1914-19 (Interpreter to the Gold Coast Regt.), m Last 
Africa. Died Mar. 5, i946> at Makuru, Kenya Brother of 
John (1896) and Joseph E. (1898). (Ritgby i>ch. Reg.; The 
Times, Mar. 9, 1946-) 
STANNING, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 8, 1859 S. of 
Tohn of HalliweU, near Bolton, Lanes. B. there, May 9, 
1840. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1859; B.A. 1864; M.A. 
1867 Rowing 'blue,' 1863. Of Broadfield, Leyland, Preston. 
T P for Lancashire. Head of Stanning and Sons, Ltd., 
bleachers, of Leyland. Managing Director of the Bleachers 
and Dyers' Combine. Died Mar. 5. 1904. at Luxor, Egypt. 
Father of John (next), Joseph E. (1898) and Henry D. (1896). 
{Book of Blues.) 
STANNING, JOHN. Adm. at Clare, Apr. 25, 1890. [S. of the 
Rev. Joseph Heaton (1855). V. of Leigh, Lanes.] School, 
Lancaster. Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1894; M-A. 1898. Ord. 
deacon (Guildford) 1895; priest (Wmehester) 1896; C. ot 
Portsea, Hants., 1895-1905. R. of Meonstoke (with Cor- 
hampton from 1926), 1905-43- Perm, to off., dio. of 
Portsmouth, 1944-53- Of Longwood, Swanmore near 
Southampton, in 1952. Died Sept. 8, 1953- {Crockford.) 
STANNING, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 30, 1896. 
[Eldest]' s of John (1859). of Broadfield, Leyland Lanc3 
B. there, Oct. 10, 1877. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1896, 
B A 1899. Cricket 'blue,' 1900; played for Lanes., 1900-3. 
Member of the firm of John Stanning and Son, bleachers and 
dyers, of Leyland. Served in the Great W^, 1914-19 (Lieut., 
D. of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry, and the Manchester 
Regt.). Died May 19. 1929, in Kenya Colony, as the result 
of I motor accident. Brother of Henry D (1900) and the 
next. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Book of Blues; Umv. War List; 
The Times, May 22, 1929.) 
STANNING, JOSEPH EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1898. [2nd] s. of John (1859), of Leyland Lanes. 
B. there. Mar. 5. 1880. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1898 
In business with John Stanning and Son, Ltd., bleachers, ot 
Leyland, Preston. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Pte., 
Sportsman's Batt., R. Fusiliers). Of Pack Saddle House, 
Prestbury, Macclesfield. Died Feb. 10, 1939, at Lady Hole 
House, Yeldersley, near Ashbourne, Derbs. Brother of 
Henry D. (1900) and the above. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; The 
Times, Feb. 11, I939-) 
STANNING, JOSEPH HEATON. Adm. pens, at Clare Apr 23, 
1S55. Matric. Michs. 1855; B.A. 1859; M:A. 1863. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) 1859; pnest, i860; C. of Litlington Cambs 
1859-61' C: of Astley Bridge, Lanes.. 1861-3. C of Hej^ood. 
1863-5. C. of Westleigh, 1865-9. C. of Leigh, 1869-74; 
V there, 1874-1907. Hon. Canon of Manchester, 1900-7. 
Editor, Leigh Parish Register, 1558-1625; Royalist Com- 
position Papers for Lancashire. Died Dee. 28, 1907, aged 72. 
Father of John (1890). (Crockford; The Times, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
STANSER, ROBERT. Adm. sizar at St John's, Feb. 12, 1779- 
rs of the Rev; Robert (B.N.C., Oxford, 1750), V. of Basford 
and Bulwell, Notts, (and Sarah). Bapt. Mar. 30, 1760, at 
Harthill, Yorks.] Matric. Michs. i779; Scholar, i779; LL.B 
1789. D.D. (Lambeth) 1806. Ord. deacon (Gloucester, Li«. 
dim. from York) Mar. 16, 1783; priest, Apr. 25, 1784; C. of 
BulweU, Notts., 1783- Worked for the S.P.G. for the next 
few years. R. of St Paul's, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1791-1816, 
and Chaplain of the House of Assembly at Halifax, i797- 
1816. Chaplain of the Legislative CouneU, 1799-1810- ,'^?^^ 
Chaplain to H.M.S. Leander, 1802-6. Second Bishop of Nova 
Scotia, 1816-24. Member of His Majesty's Council m Nova 
Scotia, 1816. Assisted in extinguishing a serious fire; the 
exertions led to a breakdown in health followed by a paralytic 
stroke. Returned to England for treatment in Dec. 181 ^, 
but never recovered his health and resigned 1824. Lived 
subsequently in retirement at Hampton, Middlesex. Mamed 
and had issue. Author of correspondence on the subject ot 
Roman Catholic Missionaries. Died Dec. 23, 1828, at 
Hampton; buried at Esher. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 489.) 
STANSFELD, BERTHOLD ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Sept. 30, 1868. [4th s. of George (ne.xt), of Set le, 
Yorks. (and Sarah, dau. of William Birkbeck, of Settle). 
B Apr -^ 1849. School, Giggleswiek.] Matric. Michs. i86b; 
b'a 1872- M.A. 1875. Adm. at the Inner Temple, .Mar. 30, 



Stanton, Cuthbert 

1871, aged 21. Called to the Bar, Jan. 26, 1877. On the 
North-Eastern Circuit. Of 3, Temple Gardens, London, and 
42, Victoria Avenue, Scarborough. Married, Oct. 19, 1881, 
Ada Marion, 2nd dau. of James Hodson, of Manningham, 
Yorks and had issue. Died May 12, 1914. Brother of 
Harold E. (1862) and George (1854). (Giggleswiek Sch. Reg.; 
Burke, L.O. ; Law Lists ; Foster, Men ai the Bar.) 
STANSFELD, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Tune 26, 1822. [Eldest] s. of Robert, of Feild House, HaUfax, 
Yorks. (and Lydia, dau. of John Walker). B. [Dec. 15, 1803], 
at Sowerby, Yorks. School, Heath, Halifax. Matnc. Michs. 
1822- Scholar, 1825; B.A. (15th Wrangler) 1826; M.A. 1829. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 22, 1825. Called to the Bar, 
Tulv 7 1829. On the Northern Circuit. Of Ashfield, Settle, 
Yorks.' Married, July 3. 1834, Sarah, dau. of William Birk- 
beck of Settle. J. P. for Lanes, and West Ridmg. Died 
Mar '3 1869. Father of Harold E. (1862), the above and the 
next; brother of John (1838). (Law Ltsts; Inns of Court; 
Burke, L.G.) 
STANSFELD, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 5, 1854- 
[Eldest s. of George (above), of Settle (and Sarah, dau. of 
WilUam Birkbeck, of Settle). B. June 15, 1836.] Matnc. 
Michs. 1854. Of Feild House, Halifax. J. P. for the W. Riding 
of Yorks. Lieut.-Col., 4tli Batt. (Duke of WeUmgton s) 
W Riding Regt. .Married, Mar. 5, 1867, Hannah, dau. of 
lo'hn Foster, of Hornby Castle, Lanes. Died Aug. 25, 1904. 
Father of the next; brother of Harold E. (1862) and Berthold 
R. (1S68). (Burke, L.G.) 
STANSFELD, GEORGE REGINALD. Adm. pens, at Trinity 
May 27, 1889. [Eldest] s. of Col. George (above), of FeUd 
House, Halifax (and Hannah, dau. of John Foster, of Hornby 
Castle, Lanes.). B. Aug. 19, 1870, at Keighley, Y orks. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. and LL.B. 1893; 
M A. 1901. Called to the Bar, Middle Temple, Apr. 18, 1894. 
On the North-Eastern Circuit. Of FeUd House, Halifax. 
Married, June 19, 1918, Muriel K. C, dau. of Nicholas 
Nugent, of White Windows, Sowerby. (Eton Sch. Lists; 
Burke, L.G.; Law Lists.) 
STANSFELD, HAROLD EUGENE. Adm. Penf. at Trinity, 
Tune 4, 1862. [2nd] s. of George (1822), of Ashfield, Settle, 
Yorks (and Sarah, dau. of William Birkbeck, of Settle). 
B. [Dee. 5, 1843], at Burnley, Lanes. School, [Giggleswiek, 
and] Clapham, London. Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 1866. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 16, 1867. Called to the Bar, 
Tune 10 1870. On the Northern Circuit. Died Aug. 10, 1894. 
Brother'of Berthold R. (1868) and George (1854)- (Giggleswiek 
Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G.; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the 
Bar; The Guardian, Aug. 22, 1894.) 
STANSFELD, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 18, 1838. 
r^rd s of Robert, of Feild House, Sowerby, Yorks. (and 
Lydia, dau. of John Walker). B. there Nov. 21. 1814. School, 
Leeds Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 1838; B.A. 1842; M.A. 
1845. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Dec. 21,1839. Ord. deacon 
(St Asaph, Litt. dun. from York) Nov. 8, 1842; priest, 1843; 
C of Kirby Moorside, Yorks., 1842-6. V. of Cold Coniston, 
1846-80. Married (i) Dec. 5. 1843. Elizabeth, dau. of John 
Bi?kbeek, of Anley House, near Settle and had issue; 
(2) Apr. 26, 1866, Frances, widow of Peter Garforth of 
Coniston Hall, and dau. of James Hamerton of Hellifaeld 
Peel Died Nov. 21, 1880. Brother of George (1822). (Leeds 
Gr. Sch. Adm. Book, which gives 'B. Sept 1814 ; Burke 
L.G.; Inns of Court; The Guardian, Dec. 1, 1880; Crockford.) 
STANSFIELD, EDMUND. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Downing, July 5, 
^44 Matric. Michs. 1844; B.A. 1848 Ord deacon 
(Chichester) 1849; priest, 1850; C. of North Mundham, 
Sussex 1849-51 P.C. of Vobster and C. of MeUs, Somerset, 
1851-3'. C. of Donnington, Sussex, 1857-71- V. of Rustington, 
1871-1907. Died Nov. 25, 1907, aged 84. Father of the next. 
(Crockford; The Times, Nov. 26, 1907.) 
STANSFIELD, EDMUND HERBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Jesus Oc. 1, 1870. [Eldest] s. of the Rev Edmund above 
[v'of Rustington, Sussex]. B. [Feb. 10, 1852] at MeUs, near 
Frome. School, Lancing. Matric. Michs. 1870. Married 
Aor ^o 18S8, Jane Evaleen Bowerbank, youngest dau. ot 
Thomas' Hale, M.D., of Rochdale, Lanes. Died m 1 899, at 
Bognor, Sussex. (Lancing Coll. Reg., which calls him 
■Hobart.') 

STANTON, ANTHONY COLLINGS. Adm. f i'^;^ jfLf. i^' 
Trinity, Mar. 30, 1824. S. of Darnel B. at Somerset Square, 
Somerset (sic). School, Bristol. Matric. Michs. 1824. 

STANTON, CUTHBERT. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 7, 
1879. B. Apr- 23. i860, at Thorpe Acre near Loughborough. 
School, City of London. Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1884. 
Assistant Master at Alleyn's School, Dulwich, in 1903. 
(Schoolmasters' Directories.) 



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Stanton; Harold James Clifford 

STANTOiV, HAROLD JAMES CLIFFORD. Adni. pons, at 
Christ's, Jan. 24, 1879; from Pembroke College, Oxford, 
whence he had matric, Oct. 17, 1878. [Eldest] s. of James 
Thomas, of The Leaze, Stonehouse, and Stroud, Gloucs. (and 
Louisa Loveday, dau. of John Biddell). B. [June 7, 1859]. at 
Stratford Abbey, Stroud. School, Harrow. Matnc. Lent, 
1879. Second Lieut., 25th Foot, 1881; Lieut., Kmg's Own 
Scottish Borderers, 1881; Captain, 1890. In the Department 
of the MiUtary Secretary at the War Office, 1902. Served in 
the Great War, 1914-19 (Staff Captain; mentioned twice m 
Secretary of State's List for 'valuable services'; Brevet- 
Major). M.V.O., 1919- Married, 1895, Henrietta, 3rd dau. 
of Sir Alexander Jardine, Bart., of Applegarth, and had issue. 
Latterly of Falkland House, Cheniston Gardens, London. 
Died Feb. 22, 1927, at Torquay. {Hanow Sch. Reg.; Al. 
Oxon ■ Univ. War List; Peile, n. 666; Army Lists; Walford, 
County Families; Who was Who; The Times, Feb. 24, 1927.) 
STANTON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 20, 1826. 
Of Somerset. [B. 1807.] Matric. Lent, 1827; Scholar, 1828; 
B A 1831- M.A. 1834. Adm., com. causa, at Oxford, 1863. 
Oird. deacon (Lmcoki) 1832; priest (London) May 25, 1834. 
PC of St John's, Buckhurst Hill, Essex, 1837-46. R. of 
Shaftesbury, Dorset, 1846-52. V. of Burbage Wilts., 1852-75. 
Preb. of Salisbury, 1859-75- Archdeacon of Wilts., 1868-74. 
Died Mar. 24, 1875. {Boase, in. 712; ^'- Oxon.; Croc/tford.) 
STANTON, VINCENT HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. i, 
1866. S. of the Rev. Vincent John (next) [R. of Halesworth, 
Suffolk]. B. [June i], 1846, at Victoria, Hong Kong. School, 
Kensington Grammar, London. Matric. Michs. 1866; Scholar, 
1868; B.A. (20th Wrangler) 1870; M.A. 1873; B.D. 1890; 
D D 1892. Fellow, 1872-1924. Ely Professor of Divimty, 
1889-1916. Regius Professor of Divinity, 1916-22. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) 1872; priest, 1874- Select Preacher, 1874-8; 
Hulsean Lecturer, 1879- Whitehall Preacher, 1880-2; Lady 
Margaret Preacher, 1909. Hon. Canon of Ely, 1916-24. 
President of the Theological Society, 1917-19- Author, 2 he 
Jewish and the Christian Messiah; The Place of Authority m 
Matters of Religious Belief; The Gospels as Historical Docu- 
ments. Endowed the Stanton University Lectureship in the 
PhUosophy of Religion, 1904. Died June 8, 1924, at his 
residence, Selwyn Croft, Cambridge. (Crockford; Wlw was 
Who; The Times, June 11, 1924-) 
STANTON, VINCENT JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 8, 
1835. [S. of Daniel, of Bristol] B. [1817], at CUfton, BristoL 
Matric. Michs. 1835; B.A. 1843; M.A. 1850. Ord. deacon 
(London) May 22, 1842; priest (Hereford, Litt. dim. from 
Lichfield) Apr. 8, 1843; C. of St Peter's, Mile End Road 1842. 
Went to China as a tutor and was captured by the Chinese 
during the opium war, being held a prisoner for four months. 
Chaplain at Hong Kong, 1843-51- V. of Holy Trmity, Wool- 
wich 1850-1. P.C. of Christ Church, Old Southgate, Mid- 
dlesex, 185 1-5. R. of Halesworth with Chediston, Suffolk, 
1863-88. Married, Mar. 21, 1843, Lucy Ann, dau. of Joshua 
Head, of Ipswich. Resided latterly at Brighton. Died May 
16 189 1, aged 73, at Nice. Father of the above. (Boase, vi. 607; 
Eai^le, XVI. 573; Crockford; The Guardian, May 20, 1891.) 
STANTON, WILLIAM EDWIN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Magda- 
lene, Sept. 10, 1888. S. of the Rev. William Redm (next), 
Head' Master of the Grammar School, Wisbech. School, 
Wisbech. Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891. At the London 
Hospital. L.S.A., 1894; L.M.S.S.A., 1907. Practised at 
Market Deeping, Lines. Medical Officer for Spaldmg Umon. 
Of Eslaforde, WoodhaU Spa, Lines., in 1947. (Medical 
Directories.) 
STANTON, WILLIAM REDIN. M.A. 1867, incorp. from Trinity 
Colleae, DubUn. Adm. at Trinity CoUege, Dublin, Oct. ir, 
1859 age 19; B.A. (T.C.D.) 1864; M.A. (T.C.D.) 1867; B.D. 
(T CD) 1874. [S. of WilUam, schoolmaster. B. in Cambridge. 
School, Lancaster Grammar.] Ord. deacon (Ely) i868; priest, 
i860- C of Wisbech, Cambs., and Master of Barton School, 
Wisbech, 1869-82. Head Master of Wisbech Grammar 
School, 1883-90. R. of West Deeping, Lines., 1890-8. Died 
in 1898. Father of the above. (Al. Dubl.; Crockford.) 
STANWELL, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 3, 1854- 
S of William, officer of the Customs (and Sarah). B. [Apr. 5, 
i8s6] at Boston, Lines. Bapt. Apr. 21, 1836. [School, Gains- 
borough Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 1854; Scholar; Browne 
medal 1856 and 1857; Camden medal, 1857; B.A. (15th 
Classic) 1859; M.A. 1862; Seatonian prize, 1867. Fellow, 
1862-72- Junior Bursar, 1867-72. Assistant Master at Ton- 
bridge School, 1859-60; at Wellington College, 1861-6. Ord. 
deacon (Oxford) 1862; priest, 1863. V. of Hormngsea, Cambs., 
1868-71. V. of North Stoke with Ipsden and Newnham 
Murren Oxon., 1872-1907. A friend of Charles Kingsley and 
C S Calverley. Married, Sept. 5, 1872, Mary Dugleby, eldest 
dau of Frederick Gwatkin, of Lincoln's Inn, and of 
Twickenham. Died Mar. 20, 1907, at Ipsden vicarage. Uncle 
of the next. [Eagle, xxviii. 317-28; Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; 
Crockford; The Times, Mar. 23, 1907.) 



Stapleton, Augustus Granville 

STANWELL, HENRY BROUGH. Adm. pens, at St John's- 
Oct. 3, 1881. [3rd] s. of WiUiam, surgeon (and Fanny). B. at 
Rochdale, Lanes. Bapt. May i, 1862. School, Shrewsbury 
(Mr H. W. Moss). Matric. Michs. i88i; Scholar, 1883; B.A. 
(Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1884; M.A. 1895. Assistant 
Master at Brewood School and at Loretto; at Fonbndge, 
1887; at Uppingham, 1889-94. Head Master of Saflron 
Walden School, Essex, 1894-1901; of the South African 
College School, Capetown, 1901. Latterly of CloveUy, 
Eversley, Hants., where he died Feb. 6, 1935- (Shrewsbury 
Sch. Reg.; Uppinghatn Sch. Roll; Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; Eagle, 
XLix. 57; The Times, Feb. 9, i935-) 
STAPLEDON, GERALD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 2, 
1896. S. of William, Esq., of Lakenham, Northam, Devon. 
Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. and LL.B. 1899; M.A. 1903- Adm. 
SoUcitor, 1902; practised at Hook, Hants. Died Nov. 13, 
1944, at Upton, Hartley Wintney, Hants. (The Times, 
Nov. 17, 1944-) 
STAPLES, EVAN PROSSER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 8, 
1886. [Eldest] s. of Joseph Henry Prosser [M.D.], of 9. Bur- 
wood Place, Norfolk Crescent, London. B. June 7, 1866, in 
London. School, 5, Cavendish Square, London (private). 
Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889. At St Mary's Hospital. 
L S A., 1895. Clinical Assistant. Paddington Green Children s 
Hospital. Assistant Medical Officer, Three Counties Asylum, 
Arlesey, Beds. Practised at Strood, Kent. Married, Dec. 5, 
J905, Elsie Helena, younger dau. of William Cartwnght 
Hohnes, of Huddersfield. Died Nov. 28, 1921, at Strood. 
(Medical Directories; The Times, Nov. 30, 1921.) 
STAPLES, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, June 6, 
1843 S. of Edmund (and Catherine, dau. of Thomas Barton, 
of Grove, Co. Tipperary). B. in Dublin. School, Devon 
(private). Matric. Michs. 1844. Of Dunmore, Queen's Co. 
J.P. and D.L. for Queen's Co.; High Sheriff, 1880. Married, 
1846, Mary Isabella, dau. of Walter McGeough Bond. Died 
in 1886. Father of the next. (Walford, County Families.) 
STAPLES, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 20, 1866. 
[Eldest] s. of Robert (above) (and Mary Isabella, eldest dau. 
of Walter M. Bond, Esq., of The Argory, Co. Armagh). B. 
Nov. 9, 1847, at [Dunmore], Durrow, Queen's Co. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1867; B.A. 1872. Of Dunmore, near 
Durrow, Queen's Co. J.P. and D.L. for Queen's Co. High 
Sheriff, 1888. Died, unmarried, Apr. 1895. (Eton Sch. Reg.; 
Walford, County Families.) 
STAPLES-BROWNE, RICHARD CHARLES. Adm. pens, at 
Emmanuel, Oct. 2, 1899. [Only] s. of F[rederick] J[ohn] Esq. 
[barrister], of Bampton, Oxon. [B. June 29, 1881. School, 
Rugby.] Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902; M.A. 1906. At 
London University and St George's Hospital. A research 
worker in genetics. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt. 
and Q.M., New Zealand Medical Corps; M.B.E.). Friend of 
William Bateson; with him becoming one of the pioneers 
in Mendelian investigations. A keen naturalist and an 
enthusiastic gardener. Contributed article on pigeons to the 
Proceedings of the Zoological Society; etc. Of Butler's Court, 
Alvescot, Oxon., where he died June 5, 1932. {Rugby Sch. 
Reg.; Univ. War List; The Times, June 7, 1932; Cambridge 
Review, Oct. 14, 1932.) 
STAPLETON, The Rev. AMBROSE. B.A. 1825, incorp. from 
Oxford; M.A. from Queens', 1825. [S. of John, gent., of 
Bere Ferris, Devon.] Matric. from Exeter College, Oxford, 
July 7 1788, age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 1792. V. of East Budleigh, 
Devon, 1794-1852, and R. of Halwell, 1825-52. Died Nov. 10, 
1852. (Al. Oxon.; Clergy List.) 
STAPLETON, AUGUSTUS GRANVILLE. Adm. pens, (age 19) 
at Trinity Hall, Feb. 22, 1817. Of Devon. [S. of John 
Stapleton, Esq., and a ward of the Rev. T. Yeoman, of 
Barnstaple, Devonshire (but it has been stated that he was 
a natural son of the ist Earl Morley, an intimate friend of 
Canning). B. Sept. 28, 1800, at Plympton St Mary, Devon. 
School, Rugby.] Did not reside. Adm. at St John's, Oct. 
14, 1818. Matric. Michs. 1818; B.A. 1823. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, Apr. 14, 1S21. A Commissioner of Customs, 1827-31. 
Private Secretary to, and biographer of. Canning. Married, 
Tune 30 1825, Catherine, 2nd dau. of John Bulteel, of Flete, 
Devon. ' Of Warbrook, Hartford Bridge, Hants. Author, 
Political Life of George Canning; George Canning and his 
Time; numerous poUtical pamphlets, etc. Died Feb. 26, 1880, 
at Eversley, near Winchfield, Hants. Father of Frederick G. 
(1855) and' the next. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Boase, iii. 713; •'""s 
of Court; D.N.B.; Crisp, Visitation of England, xiv. 132.) 
STAPLETON, AUGUSTUS GRANVILLE. Adm. pens, (age 19) 
at Trinity, June 13, 1851. [Eldest] s. of Augustus Granville 
(above), of Warbrook House, Hants. B. at Plympton 
St Mary, Devon. School, Hants, (private). Matric. Michs. 
1851 Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 4, 1853. Called to the 
Bar.Apr. 30, 1857. Died Jan. 7, 1921, at Eversley, Hants, 
aged 88. Brother of Frederick G. (1855). [Law Lists; Inns of 
Court; The Times, Jan. lo, 1921.) 



Stapleton, The Hon. Francis Jarvis 

STAPLETON, The Hon. FRANCIS JARVIS. Adm. pens (age 19) 
at Trinity, Dec. 19, 1825. Uth] s. of Sir Thomas 6th Bart 
[and 22nd] Baron le Despeacer (and Elizabeth dau. of 
Samuel Elliot, of Antigua, West Indies). B. [Aug. 6, 1807], 
in London. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1826; M.A. 1831. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 5. 1831- Succeeded as 7th Bart., 
18^1 R of Mereworth and V. of Tudeley with Capel, Kent, 
1832-74. Married, May 17, 1830, Margaret dau of Lieut.- 
Gen. Sir George Airey, and had issue. Died Feb. 11, 1874. 
Brotherof Miles J. (1823), William (18 17), and Thomas (18 10). 
(Harrmv Sch. Reg.; Boose, vi. 608; G.E.C.; Buike P. and 
B ■ Walford, County Families; OUver, History of Antigua, 
III.' 102 (pedigree); Crockford; Records of Rochester.) 
STAPLETON, FREDERICK GEORGE. Adm. at Trinity Hall 
Oct 12 1855. [2nd] s. of .Augustus Granville (1817), of 
Warbroik, Hartford Bridge, Hants. [B. Oct. 11, 1837. at 
Plympton St Mary, Devon.] School, Cheltenhatn CoUege. 
Matric. Michs. 1855; B.A. 1859. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 
i860; priest, 1861; C. of Eversley, Hants., 1860-5. C. of 
Elvetham, 1865-73- C. of Seamer, Yorks., 1873-6. C. of 
All Saints, Palsgrave, Scarborough, 1876-8. C. of Scar- 
borough, 1878-85. V. of Seamer, 1885-1927. Married, Apr. 4, 
1877 Mary Jane, eldest dau. of Capt. the Hon. Charles 
St Ciair, R.N. Died Feb. 13, 1927. Brother of Augustus G. 
(1851). (Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; Crockford; Clergy List; The 
Times, Feb. 18, 1927.) 
STAPLETON, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct i, 
1874. S. of W. H., of 55, Beresford Road, Highbury, Mid- 
dlesex. Bapt. Aug. 17, 1849. in St Martin-m-the-Fields 
parish, London. School, Islington proprietary. Matric. Michs. 
1874- BA 1878; M..^.. 1881. Ord. deacon (London) 1877; 
priest, 1S78; C. of St James's, Holloway 1877-81. London 
Dioc. Home Missioner in Kensmgton, 1882-9. V. 01 cnrist 
Church, Bradford, 1890-1902. V. of Calverley, Yorks 
1902-14. V. of Kirkby-on-the-Moor, 1914-24- Latterly of 
qi West End Avenue, Harrogate, where he died Nov. 25, 
1930, 'aged 78.' [Crockford; The Times, Nov. 28, 1930-) 
STAPLETON, JOHN CHARLES. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Downing, 
Jan. II, 1828. [S. of J. C, Clerk of the Crown Antigua. 
School, Harrow.] Matric. Easter, 1S28; B.A. 1833; MA. 
1837. R. of Teversall, Notts., 1837-77. Died m 1877- 
[Harrow Sch. Reg. ; Crockford.) 
STAPLETON, The Hon. MILES JOHN. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 21) 
at Magdalene, Feb. 13, 1823: from Worcester College, 
Oxford, whence he had matric. May 18, 1819. [3rd] s. of 
Sir Thomas [6th Bart, and 22nd] Baron le Despencer (and 
Elizabeth, dau. of Samuel EUiot, of Antigua). [B Mar 21, 
1801.] School, Harrow. Matric. Easter, 1823; M.A. 1827. 
R. of Mereworth, and V. of Tudeley with Capel, Kent, 1827-30. 
Married Dec 29, 1820, Anne Byam, dau. of Thomas Norbury 
Kerby, Esq., of Antigua. Died, v.p., June 11, 1830 at 
Tunbridge WeUs. Brotherof Thomas (i8io), Francis J. 1825) 
and William (1817). {Harrow Sch. Reg.; Records of Rochester; 
Al. Oxon.; Burke, P. and B.; G. Mag., 1830, 1. 650; Oliver, 
History of Antigua, ill. 103 (pedigree).) 
STAPLETON, RYLAND. Adm. sizar at Queens', May 17, 1834- 
STAPLETON, The Hon. THOMAS. .\dm. nobleman (age 18) at 
Trinity, Oct. 10, 1810. [Eldest] s. of [Sir] Thomas [Baron 
le Despencer and 6th Bart.] (and Elizabeth, dau. of Samuel 
Elliot, of Antigua). B. [Apr. 24, 1792]. at Mereworth, Kent. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1810; M.A. 1812. Of Greys 
Court, Henley-on-Thames, Oxon. Married, Jan. 29, 1816, 
Maria Wynne, dau. of Henry Bankes, Esq., and had issue 
one daughter, who became, by writ. Baroness le Despencer. 
Died June i, 1829, in Devonshire Street, London. BroUier 
of Miles J. {1823), Francis J. (1825) and the next, (Eton Sch. 
Lists; Bmke, P. and B.;G. Mag., 1829, i- 572; OUver, History 
of Antigua, ill. 102 (pedigree).) 
STAPLETON, The Hon. WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity 
Hall, Nov. 26, 1817. 2nd s. of [Sir Thomas, 6th Bart., and 
2'nd] Lord le Despencer (and Elizabeth, dau. of Samuel 
EUiot, of Antigua). [B. Dec. 5. 1797- School, Harrow J 
Matric. Lent, i8i8. Cadet in the Bengal Army, 1818; Lieut., 
1821- extra Assistant to the Resident at Malwa and Kaj- 
putana, 1824-5; extra A.D.C. to Lord Combermere, C.-m-C, 
1825-6. Present at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore. 
Died, unmarried, Sept. 26, 1826, at Barrackpore. Brother of 
Francis J. (1825), Miles J. (1823) and the above. (V. Hodson, 
Oflicers of the Bengal Army; Burke, P. and B.; G. Mag 1827, 
I. 478; Oliver, History of Antigua, ill. 102 (pedigree).) 
STAPLEY, ALFRED MACKENZIE. Matric. Non-Coil., Michs. 
1884 S. of Robert Charles, Army schoolmaster, retured, of 
Crewe, Cheshire (and Harriet Selina Mackenzie). B. Jan. 15, 
i860, at Stirling. Educated by his father; and at Owens 
College, Manchester. Migrated to St John's, May 4, 1885; 
B.A. 1887. 



Stark, Harry Williamson 

STAPYLTON, HENRY. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 18) at St John's, 
Mar 20 1759. [Eldest s. of Henry, Esq., of Hatfield, Yorks. 
(and Elizabeth, dau. of George Healey, of Burringham).] 
B atDunscroft. [Bapt. Mar. 26, 1741. at Hatfield.] School, 
Beverley. Married, 1765, Harriet, 4th dau. of Su- Warton 
Pennyman Warton, Bart., of Beverley. Captain, Yorks. 
MUitia. Died Apr. 4. i779, aged 38; buried at Wighill. 
(St John's Coll. Adm., in. 656; Burke, L.G.; V. Hodson.) 

STAPYLTON, MARTIN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Tan 26 1818 [2nd] s. of Martin [Bree, who assumed the 
name of Stapylton] (and Sophia, dau of WiUiam Parsons, 
of Plymouth). B. in London. School, \orks. Matric. Michs. 
i8i8- BA. 1823. Ord. deacon (York) 1824; priest, 1825. 
R of Barlborough, Derbs., 1827-69. Married, Julyi7, 1828, 
Elizabeth Henrietta Stote, dau. of the Rev. JohnS. Donn^on, 
V. of Feliskirk, and had issue. Died m 1869. (Crockford; 
C. R. Hudleston.) 

STAPYLTON, RALPH. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Apr. 28, 
1796. B. Dec. 28, 1776, at Richmond, Yorks. School, 
Richmond (the Rev. A. Temple). 

STARBUCK, EDWARD STEPHENSON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct II 1870. S. of Edward Folger, of 37, Eastbourne Terrace, 
London. B. Apr. 11, 1851, in London. School, City of 
London. Matric. Michs. 1870; B.A. 1874- Ord. deacon 
(Chichester) 1874; pnest, 1875; C. of Holy Trinity, East- 
bourne, 1874-6 V. of Salcott, Essex, 1876-8. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1879- Brother of the next. 
STARBUCK, FRANKLIN FOLGER. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
May 31 1872. S. of Edward Folger. B. Sept. 29, 1852. 
School, City of London. Matric. Michs. 1872; B.A. 1877; 
M.A. 1880. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1877; pnest, 1878; 
C. of Deal, 1877-81. C. of Yalding, Kent, 1881-2 V. of 
St Margaret's, CoUier Street. Yalding, 1882-1912. Married, 
Tune 17, 1884, Helen LUias, only dau. of the Rev. T. MiUes, 
formerly V. of Yalding. Died Feb. 10, 1912. Brother of the 
above. (Cwcft/ori; Christ's Coll. obit. noUs; The Times, 
Feb. 14, 1912-) 
STAREY, AUGUSTIN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Dec. 12, 1866. 
. S. of Beniamin Helps. B. Aug. 28, 1849, at Highgate, London. 
School, Bradfield CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1867; B A. 1871; 
MA 1874. Ord. deacon (London) 1876; priest, 1877; C. of 
Tottenham, Middlesex, 1S76-83. V. of Charmg Kent, 1883-8. 
Died Mar 23 1888, at Bath. Brother of WiUiam (1865); 
father of Leonard (1900). (Bradfield CoU. Reg.; Crockford; 
The Guardian, Mar. 28, 1888.) 
STAREY, EBENEZER [DOUGLAS]. Matric. Non-CoU. from 
Ayerst H., Michs. 1887. [S. of the Rev. J. R., V. of St 
Thomas, Lambeth. B. June 12, 1868. School, St Laurence 
CoUege, Ramsgate.] Ord. deacon (Llandaff 1891 ; priest, 
1892; C. of Panteg, Mon., 1891-3. C. of AU Saints East- 
bourne, 1893-1900. C. of Fugglestone with Bemerton Wilts., 
1900-4! R. of Shamiord,Leics., 1904-25- R. of Woodwalton, 
Hunts , 1925-33. Latterly of 2, Elvetham Mount, St Johns 
Road, St Leonards-on-Sea, where he died July 21, 1948. 
(St Laurence Coll. Reg.; Crockford; The Times, July 23, 1948.) 
STAREY, LEONARD. Adm. at Clare, Apr. 23, 1900. [Eldest 
s^f the Rev. Augustin (1866), V. of Charing Kent.] B. Nov. 
1881 School, Bradfield College. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 
1003'- MA. 1909. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1907; pnest, 
1908 ; C. of St Mary's, Portsea, Hants 1907-11. C of 
Cl^stchurch, 1912-15. Minister of the Church-oMhe- 
Ascension, Bitteme, Southampton 1916-23. V. of Wrec- 
clesham, Surrey, 1923-34. R- of Merrow, 1934-43. V of 
Dorking, 1943-9. R. of Ockley, 1949-52-. (Bradfield Coll. 
Reg.; Crockford.) 
STAREY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 18, 1865. 
S. of Benjamin Helps [of Milton Ernest Hall Beds ] B 
[June 15, 1846], at Highgate London. Schools [Highgate 
and] Uppingham. Matric. Michs 1865; B A. 1870, M.A 
1874. Ord. deacon (SaUsbury, for Oxford) 1869: pnest 
(Oxford) 1870; C. of -Wantage, Berks.. 1869-70. V. of Horton. 
Oxon , 1879-83. C. of Tottenham, Middlesex 1883-1901. 
R oTwittenham Abbots, Berks.. 1901-4. V. of Markbeech 
Kpnt iQOA-i'' Died Dec. 10, 1912, at Charing, Kent. 
Brother of Augustin (1866). (Uppingham Sch. Roll; Highgate 
Sch. Roll; Crockford; The Guardian, Dec. 20, 1912.) 
STARK HARRY WILLIAMSON. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
ChrJst" Oct. I, 1880. Of Yorks. f^^d s. oRichard Moze y. 
merchant, of Gateshead-uponjyne, Durham.] B.teb. 13 
1862, at Hull. Schools, Merchiston Castle, Edinburgh, and 
Repton. Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A and LL-B 1884 M.A 
1887. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Mar. 16, 1883. CaUed to 
the Bar, June 13. 1888. (Repton Sch. Reg.; Law Lists. untU 
1948; Inns of Court.) 



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Stark, John Cochrane 

STARK, JOHN COCHRANE. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. 20, iS88. S. of H., Esq., of ThomviUe, Falkirk. B. 
Dec. 29, 1869, at Grangemoutii. School, Blair Lodge, Pol- 
mont, Stirlings. Matric. Michs. 1889; Scholar, i88y; exhibi- 
tioner, 1891; B.A. (2gth Wrangler) 1892; M.A. 1S96. Assistant 
Master at the Oratory School, Edgbaston, 1893-1922. Of 
III, Portland Koad, Edgbaston, Birmingham, in 1946. 
(T. A. Walker, 608; Schoolmasters' Directories; Head Master 
of the Oratory School.) 

STARK, JOHN HENRY. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 20, 1840. 
Matric. Lent, 1841. Kept several terms. Travelled m the 
United States and Canada, engaged in a geological survey. 
Head Master of Roxbury High School, Boston, U.S.A. 
Returned to England, 1845, on a lecture tour. In 1846 
estabUshed a 'Boarding Academy' at Hampstead, and sub- 
sequently in Notting Hill, when he described himself as 
'M.A.' Subsequently a private coach at Bonn, Germany. 
Married (i) Elizabeth A'Court, at St Mary's Church, Bristol; 
(2) Mary Browning, an Englishwoman, in New York. Settled 
in Boston, U.S.A. Died in 1885; buried at Boston. (Informa- 
tion from a granddaughter, Mrs Kidd.) 

STARK-CHRISTIE, JAMES HENRY ROBERTSON (1847), see 
CHRISTIE. 

STARKE, RICHARD JOHN HUGHES. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Caius, Sept. 9, 1S24. [Eldest] s. of Lieut.-Col. Richard Isaac, 
of Laugharne Castle, Carmarthens. (and Elizabeth, dau. of 
Col. Ravenscroft, of Barwood, Cheshire). B. there. School, 
private. Matric. Michs. 1824. Married Clara Dixon. 
Drowned, June, 1838, aged 33, at Dinard, Brittany. (Venn, 
II. 194; G. Mag., 1838, n. Ill; Burke, L.O.) 

STARKEY, GEORGE AUGUSTUS. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Feb. 27, 1866. S. of John, licensed-victualler (and Mary). 

B. at Cambridge. Bapt. Sept. 5, 1847, as 'Starkie.' Matric. 
Lent, 1867; B.A. 1871; M.A. 1874. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 
1871; priest, 1872; C. of Meopham, Kent, 1871-3. C. of All 
Samts, South Hampstead, 1873-5. C. of Hanover Church, 
Regent Street, London, 1877-9. Chaplam at Amsterdam, 
1879-82. C. of Holy Trinity, Ryde, Isle of Wight, 1882-4. 

C. of St Peter's, Chalvey, Bucks., 1884-7. Preacher at 
St James's, Westminster, 1887. V. of Whiteparish, Wilts., 
1887-93. R. of Hawkwell, Essex, 1893-9. Author, Notes and 
Explanations with Analysis of Hooker's 5th Book of Eccle- 
siastical Polity. Died Jan. 15, 1899, aged 51. {Eagle, xxi. 
236; Crockford; The Times, Jan. 17, 1899.) 

STARKEY, GORDON SUTTON. Matric. Non-Coil, from Caven- 
dish H., Michs. 1887. 

STARKEY, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Queens', June 3, 1843. 'Plus 
annos 24 natus.' 'A Ten-year man.' Doubtless same as the 
next. 

STARKEY, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 25) at Trinity, May 18, 
1844. S. of William, of Wake&eld, Yorks. (and EUzabeth, 
dau. of Joshua Tinker, of Huddersheld). [B. Feb. 24, 1819.] 
Matric. Michs. 1844; B.A. 1850. C. of St Mary and St 
Nicholas, Beverley, Yorks., in 1856. 'Died in 1864.' But one 
of these names, 'B.A.,' was C. of Hanover Church, Regent 
Street, London, 1878-9, and disappears from Clergy List in 
1883. (Burke, L.G.) 

STARKIE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
Dec. 9, 1787. Only s. of WiUiam, Esq. B. in Manchester. 
Matric. Lent, 1788. 

STARKIE, FRANCIS CHAMBERLAIN LE GENDRE. Adm. at 
Trinity Hall, 1882. [S. of John Pierce Chamberlain (1849)], 
of Ashton Hall, Lanes. [B. Mar. 30, 1863.] School, Eton. 
Matric. Lent, 1883. Second Lieut., Royal Lanes. Militia, 
1880. Of Ashton Hall. Married Miss Ellen Cooper. Died 
July 29, 1908. [Eton Sch. Lists; Army Lists; Burke, L.G.) 

STARKIE, HENRY ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity 
Hall, Dec. 10, 1856. [3rd] s. of Le G[endre] N[icholas], Esq. 
(B.N.C., Oxford, 1817), of [Huntroyde, Padiham, Lanes.]. 
[B. Jan. I, 1838.] School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1857; B.A. 
1861; M.A. 1869. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1862; priest, 1863; 
C. of Holy Trinity, Southport, Lanes., 1862-3. V. of Padiham, 
1863-5. P.O. of Stainforth, Yorks., 1865-7. R. of Radcliffe, 
Manchester, 1867-95. Resided latterly at Settle, Yorks., 
where he died Jan. 3, 1918. Brother of the next two. {Eton 
Sch. Lists; Burke, L.G.; Crockford; The Guardian, Jan. 10, 
1918.) 

STARKIE, JOHN PIERCE CHAMBERLAIN. Adm. pens, (age 
18) at Trinity Hall, Feb. 7, 1849. [2nd] s. of Le G[endre] 
N[icholas] (B.N.C., Oxford, 1817) [of Huntroyde], Padiham, 
Lanes, (and Anne, dau. of Abraham Chamberlain). [B. 
June 28, 1830. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1849; LL.B. 
1857; LL.M. 1869. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Dec. 17, 1852. 
Lieut., Lancashire Yeomanry. Of Ashton Hall, Lanes. M.P. 
for North-East Laacs., 1868-80. Married, June 27, 1861, 



Starkie, William Joseph Mvles 

Anne Charlotte Amelia, dau. of Harrington G. F. Hudson, 
of Bessingby, Vorks., and had issue. Died June 12, 1888. 
Brother of the above and the next; father of Francis C. 
Le G. (1882). {Eton Sch. Lists; Inns of Court; Burke, L.G.; 
Walford, County Families ; Return of M.P.s.) 

STARKIE, LE GENDRE NICHOLAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
July 10, 1846. [Eldest s. of Le Gendre Nicholas (B.N.C., 
Oxford, 1817), of Huntroyde, Padiham, Lanes. B. Jan. 10, 
1828. School, Uppingham.] Matric. Michs. 1847; B.A. 1851; 
M.A. 1854. Adm. at the Inner Temple, June n, 1853. M-P- 
for Clitheroe, 1853-7. J-P- and D.L. for Lanes.; J. P. for the 
West Riding of Yorks. High Sherifi of Lanes., 1868. Lieut.- 
Col., 5th Royal Lanes. Mihtia, 1879. Married, Oct. 15, 1867, 
Jemima Monica Mildred, 2nd dau. of Henry Tempest, Esq., 
of Lostock, Lanes. Died Apr. 13, 1899, at Huntroyde. 
Brother of the two above. {Boase, vi. 609; Inns of Court; 
Burke, L.G.; Army Lists; The limes, Apr. 15, 1899.) 

STARKIE, LE GENDRE PIERCE (or PIERS). Adm. pens, 
(age i8) at Peterhouse, Dec. 15, 1813. [2nd] s. of Le 
Gendre Piers, of Huntroyde, Burnley, Lanes, (and Charlotte, 
dau. of the Rev. Benjamin Preedy, D.D., R. of Brington, 
Northants.). [B. Apr. 20, 1796.] Adm. Fell.-Com. at Christ's, 
Feb. lo, 1815. Matric. Michs. 1815. Kept six terms, Michs. 
1815-Mids. 1817. Died before 1822. {Peile, 11. 379; Burke, 
E.G.; i. A. Walker, 390.) 

STARKIE, MATTHEW YATMAN. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 29, 1810. [Youngest] s. of the Rev. Thomas (next), 
V. of Blackburn (and Ann Yatman). B. there, Feb. 8, 1792. 
[School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1810; Scholar, 1810; LL.B. 
i8i6. Ord. deacon (Chester) Mar. 25, 1815; priest, Apr. 14, 
1816; P.C. of Over Darwen, Lanes., 1815-51. K. of Rushbury, 
Salop, 1818-51. Died Sept. 11, 185 1. Brother of Thomas 
(1799). (Eton Sch. Lists; Clergy List; G. Mag., 1851, 11. 441.) 

STARKIE, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, May 29, 
1767. [Eldest] s. of James, of [Twiston], Lanes, (and Alice, 
dau. of Richard Lawson, of LangcliSe). B. at Downham. 
School, Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 1767; Scholar, 1767; B.A. 
{Senior Wrangler and ist Smith's prize) 1771; M.A. 1774. 
Fellow, 1771-82. Ord. deacon (Carlisle); priest (Lichfield) 
Mar. 12, 1775. Sometime C. of Milton, Cambs. V. of Black- 
bum, Lanes., 1780-1818. P.C. of Downham. Married Ann, 
dau. of Thomas Yatman, of London. Author, Sermons. 
Died Aug. 26, 1818, aged 68; buried at Downham. Father 
of the next and the above. {Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; St John's 
Coll. Adm., III. 717; G. Mag., 1818, 379; W. Cole MS., which 
caUs him 'a north countryman, with a brogue.') 

STARKIE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 2, 1799. 
[Eldest] s. of the Rev. T[homas] (above), V. of Blackburn, 
Lanes, (and Ann, dau. of Thomas Yatman). B. there 
[Apr. 12, 1782]. [School, Clitheroe Grammar.] Matric. 
Michs. 1799; Scholar, 1799; B.A. {Senior Wrangler and 
1st Smith's prize) 1803; Members' prize, 1806; M.A. 1806. 
Fellow of St Catharine's, 1803. Downing Professor of the 
Laws of England, 1823-49. University Counsel, 1825. Adm. 
at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 6, 1804. Called to the Bar, May 23, 
1810. Adm. at the Inner Temple, May 16, 1819. On the 
Northern Circuit. Special Pleader. Bencher, 1835; Reader, 
1846; Treasurer, 1847. Q.C. Lecturer on Common Law and 
Equity to the Inner Temple. Judge of ClerkenweU Small 
Debts Court, 1847-9. Married, 1812, Lucy, eldest dau. of 
the Rev. Thomas Dunham Whitaker, of Holme, Lancashire. 
Author, A Treatise on the Law of Slander, Libel, Scandalum 
Magnatum, and False Rumours; J realise on Criminal 
Pleadings ; A Practical Treatise on the Laws of Evidence and 
Digest of Proofs in Civil and Criminal Proceedings. Died in 
his rooms in Downing, Apr. 15, 1849; buried in the Temple 
Church. Brother of Matthew V. (1810); father of the next. 
{St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 491; Law Lists; Inns of Court; 
D.N.B.) 

STARKIE, THOMAS WHITAKER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
July 10, 1835. S. of Thomas (above), barrister-at-law, of 
Lincoln's Inn (and Lucy, dau. of the Rev. Thomas Dunham 
Whitaker). [13. Apr. 12, 1S16. School, Charterhouse.] 
Matric. Michs. 1836. Died May 12, 1843, in Berlin. {List of 
Carthusians.) 

STARKIE, WILLIAM JOSEPH MYLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June I, 1880. [5th] s. of William Robert, of Elsinore, 
Queenstown, Co. Cork (and Francis Mary, dau. of Frank 
Power, Esq., of Waterford). B. [Dec. 10], i860, at Sligo. 
School, Shrewsbury [where at that time he was the only 
Roman Catholic in the school]; and at Trinity College, 
Dublin. Matric. Michs. 1880; Scholar, 1882; B.A. (Class. 
Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1884. Professor of Classics in the 
CathoUc University of Ireland, 1883-6. Fellow and tutor of 
Trinity College, Dublin. Litt.D. (Trin. CoU., Dublin) 1900; 
Hon. LL.D., Royal Univ. President of Queen's College, 
Galway, and Professor of History, English Literature and 



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Starky, Andrew Beauchamp 

M»^f=l 'Science there 1807-9. Commissioner for National 

CTARlfV ANDREW BEAUCHAMP. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
STARKY, ANUKE-w =>«=;"" ,, j t j^ Edward Andrew 

Chester Coll. Reg.; Clergy Ltst.) ^ . « s,. 

<;tarkv COVENTRY Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. i». i°29. 
'^l4t^s. ofThe Rev^'john (Qujen's CoUege, Oxford, ^7 7 (and 

Maria B dau. of Sir Andrew Bayntun-Rolt, Bart.), a 

Jlfly 5 1809 ] Matric. Michs. 1829. Brother of Somerville 

(1830) and Samuel (1824). (Burke, L.G.) 
5TARKY SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 17, i78o. 

C R Hudleston; GraduaH calls him J. Starky.) 

Somerset (succeeding his ^atjier) 1834-46. Set up vvun 

Dorset b" Feb 6 1812.] Matric. Michs. 1830. Married, 
Ap 1; if 36: Hannah, dali. of WUliam Delbridge of Lyn- 
mouth Devon, and had issue. Brother of Coventry (1829) 
and Samuel (1824). (C. R. Hudleston.) ^ „ ^ , 

rT^u^age^Ve1s.^Ta^n^r^^^^^ 

SLily Franc's, dau. of Lord Athlumney. Died Oct. 27. 1927. 
(F. P. White; Kelly, Handbook; Burke, P. and U.) 
<;taRR THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, July 4. 
isfi TEidest s. of Thomas, of Canterbury, Solicitor and 
Auditor to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.] B. 

Inns of Court; G. Mag., 1858, II. 314; Register of St Aiphege, 
R. L. Arrowsmith.) 



Staughton, Frank Edward 



START, WILLIAM. Adm. pens (age 19) at Trinvty, Oct 23, 
1818 S of John. B. at Halsted, Essex. School, Halsted. 
Matric. Mchi 1S20; B.A. (2otk Wrangler) 1824; M.A. 1827. 

STATHAM, ALFRED. Adm. pens at Christ's, J^^lV 6. /S^^S- 
S. of Henry Heathcote. B. [Mar. S-J.^+^l. /nj-iverpooi. 
School, Liverpool Collegiate. Matric M,chs. 1865, Scholar, 
1866; B.A. 1869. Died in 1869. Brother of George H. (1861). 
(Peil'e, 11. 590.) ^ g-, 

STATHAM, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 14. 886. 
S. of WiUiam, of St Mary's House, Bedford. B. Oct. 4, i»f &• 
at Green Bank, Belper. Derbs School Rugby. Matr c 
Michs. 1886; LL.B. 1889; LLM. 1893. Called ^ the Bar 
Lincoln's Inn, June, 1891. On the Midland Circuit, ut 
3 Paper Buildings, Temple, London. Disappears from Law 
Lists, 19^0. (Rugby Sch. Reg.) 

STATHAM GEORGE HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Christ s 

STATHAM 1861. [3rd] s. of Henry Heathcote, lawyer B. 
Se^pt. 3, 1842, ill LiverpooL School Liverpool Collegiate. 
Matric Michs 1861; Scholar, 1861; B.A. 1865; M.A. 1875. 
Ord deacon (El V) i866; priest, 1867; C. of St James's, Bury 
?tidmunds, 1866-8, and Second Master of Bury St Edmunds 

VAciivi 



Grammar School, 1865-75. Tutor at St Columba s College, 
IrelaiS 1875-7. Head Master of Crediton Grammar School 
Devon 1877-84. C. of Upton Hellions, 1882-4. R. of 
Tonvood Torquay, 1884-1922. Preb. of Exeter 1903-22. 
meTMa; 23 19" Brother of Alfred (1865); father of the 
next. (C'o^o^'i; W^" '^"^ ^'"'' '^''" ^"""' ^^'^ '^' '^'*"^ 
STATHAM HERBERT PUREFOY. Adm. at King's, Oct. 7. 
ilqo [S. of the Rev. George Herbert (above). B. m 1880 

ffig.- of S? Saviour. Soi.hw.rk, a-* A'y>'«j"s »£»' 

1935-48-. (Malvern Coll. Reg.; Crockford.) 
STATHAM HUGH Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 25. 1895. 

Of TeS Road and 7, Poole Road, Bournemouth, m 1947. 

(Peiie II. 799; Medical Directories.) 

^^^oTI^o^"8£"rJu^n!Tf863"^M;trMifhsn^^^^^ 
?88;- M A 1891 CaUed to the Bar, Inner Temple, May 12 
897. On' the' Midland Circuit. Died Nov 20 1902, a 
Blundellsands, Lanes.; buried at Tenby. (Law Lists, The 
Times, Nov. 24, 1902.) 

Middlesex. (Al. Oxon.; G. Mag., i?,^^,i. Si(>, Clergy Lxst.) 
STATHAM., SAMUEL PEg:Y HAMMOND Adm. P^ns^at 

(Rochester) 1880; pnest, 1881; C. of St Peters "^^ ' 

tLth 1^914 Visaing Chaplain, Prison Commission 191 5-i 7, 
Inspecting Chaplain, Prison Commission I9r7-i9. V- of 
Pendleton^n-Whalley, Lanes. 1919-23^ C^J,t^M^*^^^^^ 

Keg.; Crockford; The Times, hvr. 9, -i^^o.) 

"*ir.^,='|I^Sr??aSK^|».S|.o/«; 

Surrey School, St Paul's.] Matric. Michs. 1877, ^.A. 1881 , 
llT^88' . ord. deacon (^^--^-^/Sa^oTlt^ V^^ice^n^i 
tl'oT Eas"truST88^^ft. rf wup^^^ 

BHef Aids to Extempore Preaching; Sermons, ^tcl.h.D. 

Reg ■ Crockford; The Times, Oct. 22, 1947.) 
STATTER, JOHN WHEWELL. , .|dm. pens. (age^8) at Trinitv, 

irghV'^^uckl- llaL'-M^c^hl^Xv/ B^ ■ 1859. Died 
C 7? 1896, in London. (University Almanack.) 

Michs. 1892. 



17 



Staughton, Henry Werribee 

STAUGHTON, HENRY WERRIBEE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. II, 1S67. [4th] s. of Simon, of Elmswood, Catford 
Bridge, Kent (and sometime of Exford station, Malton, 
Victoria, Australia). B. Oct. 11, 1848, in Victoria. School, 
Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1868. Returned to Australia. 
{Uppingham $ch. Roll; Burke, Col. Gentry, 1. 302.) 

STAUNTON, EDWARD JOHN. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Emmanuel, 
Apr. I, 1S14. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Dr J., of Staunton Hall, 
near Grantham, Lines. Matric. Michs. 1814. Died in Jan. 
or Feb. 1815, at Cambridge. (G. Mag., 1815, i. 283.) 

STAUNTON, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. 17, 1857. 
S. of the Rev. WiUiam Job Charlton (Magdalen CoUege, 
Oxford, 1821) (and Isabella, only dau. of the Very Rev. George 
Gordon, D.D., Dean of Lincoln). [B. Aug. 20, 1839], at 
Aslackby, Lines. Bapt. Aug. 24, 1839. [School, Rugby.] 
Matric. Michs. 1858; B.A. 1862; M.A. 1865. Ord. deacon 
(Exeter) 1862; priest, 1863; C. of St George's, Truro, 1862-4. 
R. (and patron) of Staunton with Flawborough, Notts., 
1864-88. Of Staunton Hall. Married, 1867, Lucy Ada, only 
dau. of the Rev. Henry Spelman Marriott, R. of Woolpit, 
Suffolk. Died Feb. II, 1888, at Grantham. Brother of George 
W. M. (1848) and Henry C. (1851); father of Harvey (1889). 
(Rugby Sch. Reg.; Eagle, xv. 100; Burke, L.G.; Crockford; 
The Guardian, Feb. 15, 1888.) 

STAUNTON, GEORGE THOMAS. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 15) at 
Trinity, Feb. 18, 1797. [2nd] s. of Sir George [Leonard] [ist] 
Bart, (for whom see D.N. B.), of Milford [House], Wilts, (and 
Jane, dau. of Benjamin Collins, of Milford). [B. there. May 26. 
1781.] Private tuition. Matric. Easter, 1797. Accompanied 
his father to China, 1792, when he learnt to speak Chinese 
fluently. Writer in the East India Company's factory at 
Canton, 1798; supercargo, 1804; interpreter, 1808; chief of 
the factory, 1816. Succeeded his father as 2nd Bart., Jan. 14, 
1801. King's Commissioner of the Embassy to Pekin, 1816 
(the second time that any party of Englishmen had been 
permitted to advance so far into China). Returned to 
England, 18 17. M.P. for St Michael's, Cornwall, 1818-26; 
for Heytesbury, Wilts., 1830-1; for South Hants., 1832-4; 
for Portsmouth, 1838-52. Member of the East India Com- 
mittee, 1830. F.R.S., 1803. Hon. D.C.L., Oxford, 1818. 
Joint Founder of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1823, to which 
he gave 3000 volumes of Chinese works. Author, works on 
China, and translations from the Chinese. Of Leigh Park, 
Hants. Died, unmarried, Aug. 10, 1859, in London. (Boase, 
III. 716; Burke, L.G. of Ireland; G.E.C.; D.N.B.) 

STAUNTON, GEORGE WILLIAM MALGER. Adm. pens, (age 
18) at Trinity, Apr. 8, 1848. [Eldest s. of the Rev. William 
Job Charlton (Magdalen College, Oxford, 1821) (and Isabella 
Gordon). B. Feb. 18, 1830, at Sedgbrook, Lines. School, Eton.] 
Migrated to St Catharine's Oct. 22, 1848. Matric. Michs. 
1848. Died, unmarried, Sept. 23, 1853. Brother of Francis 
(1857) and Henry C. (1851). {Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, L.G.) 

STAUNTON, HARVEY. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. 1889. [3rd s. 
of the Rev. Francis (1857), of Staunton Hall, Notts. B. 
Nov. 21, 1870. School, Bromsgrove.] Matric. Michs. 1889; 
B.A. 1895; M.A. 1916. Football (rugby) 'blue,' 1891. Ord. 
deacon (Oxford) 1896; priest, 1897; C. of Boxford, Berks., 
1896-8. C. of Pleasley HLU, Notts., 1898-1900. C. of 
Plumtree, 1901-2. Chaplain of Notts. County asylum, 
1902-7. R. of Broughton Sulney, 1907-11. Chaplain, dio. of 
Nagpur, India, 1911-16. Married Mabel Healing, of Ply- 
mard, Cheshire. Died Jan. 14, 1918, on active service, as a 
C.F., in Mesopotamia. {Bromsgrove Reg.; Burke, L.G.; 
Crockford; Univ. War List; The Times, Jan. 23, 1918.) 

STAUNTON, HENRY CHARLTON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 16, 185 1. [3rd] s. of the Rev. WUliam Job Charlton 
(Magdalen College, Oxford, 1821), deceased (and Isabella 
Gordon). [B. May 29, 1834], at Sedgbrook, Lines. Bapt. 
June 3, 1834. School, Grantham (the Rev. J. W. Inman, 
M.A.). Matric. Michs. 1852. Died, unmarried, Jan. 19, 1861. 
Brother of Francis (1857) and George W. M. (1848). 

STAUNTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Clare, May 22, 1752. B. in 
London. [S. of a daughter of Lord Bernard, of Castle 
Bernard, Co. Cork.] Matric. Michs. 1752; B.A. 1756; M.A. 
1756. 

STAUNTON, JOHN (1783), see ASHPINSHAW. 

STAUNTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Caius, June 22, 
1820. [Eldest] s. of William (St John's College, Oxford, 1783, 
sub Stanton) [barrister], of Longbridge, Warws. (and Eliza- 
beth, dau. of Osborne Standert, Esq., of London). B. Mar. 25, 
1800, in London. Schools, Dodford, Northants. and Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1821; M.B. 1825; Med.Lic. 1828; M.D. 1832. 
Adm. ad eundem at Oxford, June 20, 1844. Succeeded to 
Longbridge, 1848, and represented the eldest branch of the 
Stauntons (or Stantons) who held the property in direct male 
succession from the reign of Henry VI. J. P. for Warws. 
Married, Aug. 29, 1853, Marianne, dau. of the Rev. Thomas 



Stawell, Jonas William Alcock 

Lambert Snow, of Tidmington, Warws. Gave to the central 
free library, Birmingham, a fine collection of books, pictures, 
newspapers, old charters, etc. relating to Warwickshire, 1875 ; 
the library was burnt, Jan. 11, 1879- Author, St Nicholas Hill 
and other Sketches; The Persians of Aeschylus; The Poetry of 
Moses and the Prophets; etc. Died June 13, 1888, at Long- 
bridge. Brother of the next. {Rugby Sch. Reg.; Al. Oxon.; 
Boase, vi. 610; Walford, County Families; Venn, 11. 178; 
Thoroton, History of Notts.) 

STAUNTON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 16, 1823. 
[2nd] s. of William (St John's College, Oxford, 1783, sub 
Stanton), of Longbridge Hall, Warws. (and Elizabeth, dau. 
of Osborne Standert, of London). B. May 2, 1806, at Long- 
bridge Hall. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1824; Scholar; 
B.A. 1828; M.A. 1831. Adm. ad eundem at Oxford, 1834. 
Ord. deacon, 1828; priest, 1829. C. of Bishop's Tachbrook, 
Warws., 1852-60. An active member of the Warwickshire 
Archaeological Society. Died Mar. 22, i860, at Shrublands, 
Bishop's Tachbrook. Brother of the above. {Rugby Sch. Reg.; 
Al. Oxon.; Peile, 11. 413; Crockford; Clergy List; G. Mag., 
i860, I. 523.) 

STAVELEY, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 30) at Trinity, Oct. 15, 
1833. S. of George. B. at Bideford, Devon. School, Bideford 
Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1833. 

STAVELEY, HENRY COLLINGWOOD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 5, 1889. [4th] s. of [General Sir] Charles William Dunbar, 
of 9, Lennox Gardens, Pont Street, London. B. July 5, 1871, 
at Plymouth. School, Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 
1892; M.A. 1896. Ord. deacon (York) 1894; priest, 1896; 
C. of St John's, Middlesbrough, 1894-7. C. of Aylesbury, 
Bucks., 1897-1901. C. of Sandringham with W. Newton and 
Babingley, Norfolk, 1902-6. R. of Walpole St Peter, 1906-28. 
R. of Fitzhead, Somerset, 193 1-3. Died, unmarried. Mar. 17, 
1933, at Dulverton; buried at Walpole St Peter. (Haileybury 
Reg.; Burke, L.G.; Crockford; The Times, Mar. 21, 1933.) 

STAVELEY, ROBERT. Adm. at King's, Oct. 13, 1877. Eldest 
s. of the Rev. Robert (Trinity CoUege, Dublin, 1843), P.C. of 
KUliney, Co. Dublin, Ireland. B. June 10, 1857. School, 
Royal, Armagh; and at Trinity College, Dublin. Matric. 
Michs. 1877; Scholar, 1878; B.A. (2oi;i Wrangler) 1881; M.A. 
1884. Instructor, R.N. Married, 1887, Helen HoUiott, dau. 
of Vice-Admiral Singer. Died Apr. 21, 1940, at Merton Lodge, 
Headington, 0.\ford. (Navy List; The limes, Apr. 23, 1940.) 

STAVELEY, WILLIAM BROWN. Adm. pens, at St Catha- 
rine's, May 23, 1829. B. at Emberton, Bucks. Matric. 
Michs. 1829; B.A. 1833. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1833; priest, 
1833; C. of Christ Church, Macclesfield, 1833-4. P.C. of Over 
Darwen, Lanes., 1834-8. C. of Stanmer with Falmer, Sussex, 
1838-58. R. of Ruckinge, Kent, 1858-61. R. of High Halden, 
1861-87. Latterly of Havelock Villa, Tonbridge, where he 
died Nov. 14, 1890, aged 81. (Crockford; The Guardian, 
Nov. 19, 1890.) 

STAWELL, BARON (1775), see LEGGE, H. S. B. 

STAWELL, CHARLES LESLIE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June i, 
1880. [3rd] s. of Sir William Foster [K.C.M.G., Chief Justice 
of Victoria], of Coggeshall, Essex (and Mary F. E., dau. of 
William Pomeroy Greene, of Collon House, Co. Louth). B. 
[Sept. 15], 1861, at Melbourne, Victoria. School, Marlborough 
CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. and LL.B. 1884. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, Mar. 8, 1881. Called to the Bar, 
Nov. 17, 1885. Practised at Perth, Western .'Vustraha. Mar- 
ried, 1902, Mildred, dau. of Robert Kennedy, and had issue. 
Died Oct. i, 1934, at Perth. Brother of WiUiam (1878) and 
Rodolph de S. (1890). (Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Law Lists; 
Inns of Court; Burke, L.G. of Ireland; Trin. Coll. Adm., 
which caUs his father ' the Rev.') 

STAWELL, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 14, 1826. 
S. of George, Esq., of 'Croby' [Crobeg], Co. Cork (and 
EUzabeth, 2nd dau. of John Longfield, of LongueviUe). B. 
[Sept. 18, 1808], at Crobeg. School, Collegiate Grammar, 
SouthvveU. Matric. Michs. 1826. Of Crobeg and Madame, Co. 
Cork, J. P. Married, Mar. 10, 1834, his cousin Anna Henrietta, 
dau. of Jonas Stawell, of Oldcourt, Co. Cork, and had issue. 
Died Jan. 19, 1879. (Burke, L.G. of Ireland.) 

STAWELL, JONAS. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 19) at Trinity, 
Nov. 6, 1795. [Eldest] s. of Sampson (Christ Church, Oxford, 
1760), of Kilbnttain, Co. Cork. [B. Sept. 24, 1776.] School, 
Cork. Married the Hon. Charlotte St Leger, dau. of Hayes, 
2nd Viscount Doneraile. Died Jan. 15, 1835. (Al. Oxon.; 
Burke, L.G. of Ireland.) 

STAWELL, JONAS WILLIAM ALCOCK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Dec 12, 1866. [Eldest] s. of WiUiam St Leger Alcock, Capt., 
23rd R. Welsh FusUiers, and Lieut.-Col., N. Cork Rifles 
(militia) [who assumed the additional surname and arms of 
Stawell] (and his cousin, Charlotte Harriet Hester, dau. of 
Jonas StaweU). B. Aug. 3, 1846, at Kilbnttain Castle, Co. 
Cork. School, Worcs. (private). Matric. Michs. 1867. Died, 
unmarried, Feb. 17, 1900. (Burke, L.G. of Ireland.) 



Stawell, Joseph George 

STAWELL, JOSEPH GEORGE. Adm. at Caius, Feb i6, 1838; 
from Magdalen CoUege, Oxford, whence he had matnc. 
Mar 17 18^1, age 19. [2ndj s. of the Rev. Wilham Palmer 
jEx^ter' Collekef Oxford, 1801). R. of High Bickington 
Devon. B. there, Oct. 21, 1811. School, South Molton 
(private). Matric. Michs. 1839; LL.B. 1842. Of High 
Bickington, Devon. Died May 19, 1872. Brother of William 
P. (1829). {Al. Oxon.; Venn, 11. 246.) 
STAWELL, RODOLPH DE SALIS. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1890. 6th [and youngest] s. of Sir W[iUiam] Foster, K•C.^I.G•, 
Chief Justice of Victoria, deceased. Matnc. Michs. 1890; B.A. 
1893; M.B. and B.Chir. 1897. At St Bartholomew s Hospital ; 
House Surgeon there. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1896; F.R C.S., 
i8q9. In practice in London in 1900; and then at Shrewsbury. 
O.B E.; mentioned for war services, 1914-18. Married, 
Sept 5 1900, Maud Margaret, younger dau. of Admiral tne 
Rt. Hon. Sir Astley Cooper Key. Resided latterly at tal- 
mouth, where he died July 26, 1947, aged 75- Brother of 
Charles L. (1880) and the next. (Medical Directories; The 
Times, July 28, 1947.) 
STAWELL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity Hall, 
1878. rind s. of Sir William Foster, K.C.M.G., Chief Justice 
of Victoria, Australia (and Mary, dau. of William Pomeroy 
Greene, of CoUon House, Co. Louth). B. Mar. 22 i860. 
School, Haileybury.] Matric. Michs. 1878. A Solicitor; 
practised in Melbourne, Australia. Married, 1894, Clara de 
CastiUa, dau. of C. H. Lyon, of BaUanec, Victoria and had 
issue. Died Feb. i, 1938. in Victoria. Brother of Charles L. 
(1880) and the above. (Haileybury Reg.; Burke, L.ir. oj 
Ireland.) 
STAWELL, WILLIAM PALMER. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Peter- 
house, Mav 10, 1829. Of Devon. [S- of the Rev. WiUiam 
Pahner (Exeter College, Oxford, 1801), R. of High Bickmgton ] 
Matric. Michs. 1829; B.A. 1833. Brother of Joseph G. (1838). 
(T.A. Walker, 4i7-) 
STAYNER, CHARLES ALLEN. Adm. at Clare, June 17, 1882. 
rs. of the Rev. Thomas Lawrence (1856). B. Jan. 11, 1864. 
School, Cheltenham College.] Matric. Michs. 1882 A rancher 
in the U.S.A. Sometime of Mayfield, PetaLuma, Sonoma Co., 
CaUfornia. (ChiUcnham Coll. Reg.) 
STAYNER, FRANCIS CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb 18 1873. S. of James, of Ilminster, Somerset. B. there, 
June 27', 1854. School, Harrow. Matric Michs. 1873. Jomed 
the 5th Fusiliers, 1877; transferred to Indian S.C. Killed m 
action at Deh Khogah, near Kandahar, Aug. 16, 1880. 
(Harrow Sch. Reg.) 
STAYNER, THOMAS LAWRENCE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity, Apr. 10, 1856. S. of Thomas Allen of Quebec, 
Canada. B. there. School, Yorks. (private). Matric Michs. 
1856- B.A. i860; M.A. 1876. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) i860; 
priest, 1861 ; C. of Worthington, Leics., 1860-2. C. of Hagley, 
Worcs., 1862-6. C. of Overbur>', 1866-74- R- of Rowberrow, 
Somerset, 1874-90. R. of Stubton, Lines. 1890-8. Died m 
1898. Fatherof Charles A. (1882). (Crockford.) 
STAYNER, WINSLOW SUTHERLAND. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Oct 10, 1878. S. of Thomas. B. Mar. 31, 1859, m Quebec. 
School, Brighton College. Matric. Michs. 1878; B -V 1883; 
M A. 1886. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1883; priest, 1884; C. of 
St Edmund's, Dudley, 1883-5. C. of Waltham St Lawrence 
Berks., 1886-8. C. of Clanfield, Hants., 1888-91. R. of 
Aldham, Essex, 1891-1906. Latterly of The Manor House, 
Ebford, Topsham, Devon, where he died Oct. 30, 1932; 
buried at Woodbury. (Brighton Coll. Reg.; Crockford; 1 he 
Times, Nov. i, 1932.) 
STAYNES, LOUIS EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Christ's, July 3. 
1889. S.ofWUliam. B. [May 11, 1869], at Leicester. Schools, 
Stoneygate, Leicester and Cranfurd CoUege, Maidenhead. 
Matric Michs. 18S9; B.A. 1892. At the Westniinster Hos- 
pital. L.R.C.P.; L.R.C.S., Edin.; L.F.P.S., Glas., 1902. 
Practised at Leicester from 19 10. Of Avenue House, 
Avenue Road, Leicester in 1940. (Peile, 11. 75 1 1 Medical 
Directories.) 
STEAD, ALFRED. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, 1828 S. of 
James, Esq., of Islington, Middlesex. B. there. Schoo', 
Tumham Green. Matric. Michs. 1829; B.A. 1833; M.A. 1836. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 22, 1833; priest, 1835. V. of 
Metfield, Sugolk, 1836-40. C. of Ringstead, Norfolk, 1840-4. 
R of Ovingdean, Sussex, 1844-89. Married, July 4, 1837, 
Emma, dau. of Robert Robson, of Exning, Sufiolk. Author, 
Hore to Grow Peaches in Very Small Gardens. Died Sept. 5. 
1889. (Venn, 11. 209; Clergy List; Crockford; The Guardian, 
Sept. II, 1889.) 
STEAD. BENJAMIN. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) at Trinity, 
Dec. 2, 1773. S. of Benjamin, of Charlestown, S. Carohna, 
America. Matric. Lent, i774- 



Steavenson, David Fenwick 

STEAD, CHARLES CLEMENT. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1889. 
[Eld ] s of the Ven. Samuel (Exeter College, Oxford, 1846), 
late Archdeacon of Bombay (and Elizabeth Pollexfen Pinwill). 
B there Apr. 24, 1870. School, Clifton College. Matric. 
Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892; M.B. and B.Chir. 1898. At Guy's 
Hospital; Clinical Assistant there. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1896. 
Practised at Hawkhurst, Kent. Married, 1898, Adelaide 
Marv, dau. of Dr A. J. Harrison. Resided latterly at Little 
Lovraian, Mayfield, Sussex. Died in 1946. Brother of 
Francis B. (1891). (Clifton Coll. Reg.; Venn, n. 510; Medical 
Directories ; Who's Who in Kent.) 
STEAD. EDWARD VALENTINE. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 17) at 
Sidney, June 24, i77i. Eldest s. of Valentine, merchant, of 
Halifax. B. there, Mar. 13, i754. Schools, Derby (Mr 
Manlove) and Winchester. Matnc. Easter, 1772; B.A. 1770. 
Adm. at Lincoki's Inn, May 9, i77i. Of Donmngton Castle, 
Berks. Col., 2nd (Coldstream) Guards. Died Jan. 23, 1790. 
M.I. at Shaw. (Inns of Court; Derby Sch. Reg.) 
STEAD. ERNEST ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 16, 
1881. S. of R., Esq., of Beach Lawn, Waterloo, Liverpool. 
Matric. Michs. i88i. 
STEAD, FRANCIS BERNARD. Adm. at King's, Oct. 5, iSgi- 
2nd s. of the Ven. Samuel (Exeter College, Oxford, 1846), 
late Archdeacon of Bombay, of Tara Lodge, Osborne Road, 
Clifton, Somerset. B. Mar. 19, 1873, at 37, Brompton Square, 
London. School, Clifton College. Matnc. Michs. 189 1; 
Scholar, 1893; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt L.ist Class) 1894; 
(Pt II, ist Class, 1895); M.A. 1899. Assistant Master at 
Aldenham School. 1898-1901; at Clifton CoUege, 1901-8. 
H.M. Stag Inspector of Secondary Schools, 1908-19; divi- 
sional Inspector, 1919; Chief inspector, 1926-33- Secretary 
to the Prime Minister's Committee on the teaching of science, 
IQI6-I7. C.B.E., 1931. Manried, 1912, Rachel Ehzabeth, 
dau. of Canon G. C. BeU, and had issue. Of Fifield, Frensham 
Surrey, in 1952. Brother of Charles C. (1889). (Clifton Coll. 
Reg. ; Schoolmasters' Directories ; Who's Who.) 
STEAD, HERBERT ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. I, 1897. [2nd] s. of the Rev. E[dward] D[ymoke] (ord. 
Norwich, 1877), of Falmer rectory, Sussex. B. July 2, 1878. 
School, St Laurence CoUege, Ramsgate. Matnc Michs 1897. 
B.A. 1901 ; M.A. 1904. Ord. deacon (Colchester, for St A bans) 
1902; priest (St Albans) 1903; C. of St Peter's, St Albans 
Herts., 1902-5. C. of Crowborough Susse.x- i9of-8- C. of 
Blakeney with Glandford and Cockthorpe, Norfolk 1908-9. 
C. of St Mary's, Ealing, 1909-11. C. of Shortlands, Kent, 
19II-I3. C. of St James's, Weybridge, Surrey, 1913-17- 
R of Sotby and V. of Market Stainton, Lines., 1917-23- 
R. of St Ninian's, Castle Douglas, Kirkcudbnghts., 1924-9. 
R. of Muston, Leics., 1929-33. R- of Thursarton, Norfolk, 
1933-42. Lie. Pr., dio. of Nonvich, 1942. Of Pebble Cottage, 
West Runton, NorfoUc, 1951. (St Laurence Coll. Reg.; 
Crockford.) 
STEAD, WALTER COLLINS. Adm. pens at St John's Oct 9, 
1863. [6th] s. of WiUiam, church clerk (St George s, South- 
wark) and Ami Francis). B. Oct. 3. 184.4, I'J Southwark. 
School King's CoUege, London. Matric. Michs. iao3. 
Migrated to St Edmund HaU, Oxford, whence he matric. 
May 2, 1865. (Al. Oxon.) 
STEARN, HERBERT THOMAS. Adm. a scholar at King s. 



~6ct. "J 171873- S. of Thomas, photographer, of Cambridge. 
B July 15, 1854. School, Perse, Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 
%i,B.A.'(iithWraneler) 1878; M.A. 1881. Fellow 1880-99; 
Dean, 1883-^). Died Aug. 2, 1899, at Cambridge. (King s 
Coll. Reg., 82.) , 

STEARNE, RICHARD. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 19) at St John s, 
Oct. 12, 1759. S. of R[ichard], Esq. 1725), of [Elvmgton] 
Yorks. '(and Mary, dau. of - Thompson, and widow of 
William Swaine, of Bradford). B. m York Bapt. Feb. 22 
1738-9, at St Mary Castlegate, York. Schools, Elvmgton and 
Bevedey. Married, Jan. 1, 1765, Mary, dau °f Aderman 
Waine, of Beverley. Died there, Sept. 30, ^791, buned in 
York Minster. (Yorks. Arch. J., 21 (1911), 104; F. P. White.) 

STEAVENSON, DAVID FENWICK Adm Pen^. (age 18) at 
Trinity Hall, Oct. 7, 1862. [4th] s. of John Carpenter J^,"' 
of Liverpool B. Sept. 10, 1844- School, King WiUiam s 
College!?skofMan. J^atric! Michs. 1862; B.A. 1866. Rowmg 
'blue!' 1864, 1865, 1866. Adm. at the Inner Temp e, Jan. 12, 
1864 CaUed to the Bar, Nov. 17, 1866. On the Nor h- 
Eastem Circuit. Special pleader. County Court Judge for 
Cumberland and Westmorland, 1891-1912 Of Ge^t Hau, 
Castle Carrock, Carlisle. J. P. for Cumberland, Westmor and, 
and Lancashire. Revising Barrister for Northumberland 
Married (1) 1873, Eleanour Matilda, dau. of J. G. Bennett, 
of The Isli of^Man; (2) July. 8 1897. Gertrude dau. of 
T. Hughes, of Carmarthen. Died Mar. 12, 1920, a^.Carbis 
Bay, ComwaU. Brother of Joseph (1861). {KingWiUiams 
Coll Reg.; Book of Blues; Law Lists; Inns of Court Foster, 
Men at the Bar; Who was Who; The Times, Mar. 16, 1920.) 



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Steavenson, Frederick Robert 

STEAVENSON, FREDERICK ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Em- 
manuel, May 29, 1871. Matric. Michs. 1871; Scholar; B.A. 
1875; M.A. 1878. Ord. deacon (Salisbury) 1876; priest, 1877; 
C. of All Cannings, Wilts., 1876-9. C. of Colesbome, Gloucs., 
1879-86. C. of Rendcombe, 1886-7. K. of Quenington, 
1887-1904. Latterly of Ariel Lodge, Hewlett Road, Chel- 
tenham. Disappears from Crockford, 19 10. 

STEAVENSON, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, 
Apr. 7, 1835, as 'Stevenson.' Of Herts. Matric. Michs. 1835; 
B.A. 1839; M.A. 1842. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 22, 1839; 
priest, Dec. 20, 1840. Of Shantock HaU, Herts. P.C. of All 
Saints, Newmarket, Cambs., 1853-68. Married, May 18, 
1843, Mary Matilda, dau. of John Roumieu. Latterly of 
Priory Park Road, Kilbum, Middlesex. Disappears from 
Clergy List, 1871. To be distinguished from Joseph Stevenson 
(1834), with whom he is frequently confused, and another 
who was M.A. of Durham. 

STEAVENSON, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 25, 1861. 
S. of John Carpenter. B. July 20, 1842, in Liverpool. School, 
King William's College, Isle of Man. Matric. Michs. 1861 ; 
B.A. 1865. Registrar of the High Court, Madras; Com- 
missioner, Taxing Officer and Chief Clerk of the Insolvent 
Court, 1879-97. Died at Ramsey, Isle of Man. Brother of 
David F. (1862). {King William's Coll. Reg.) 

STEAVENSON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Nov. 22, 1854. S. of John, of Ryton, near Newcastle-on- 
Tyne. B. there [Mar. 22, 1836]. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1856; B.A. i860. Ord. deacon (Durham) 1861; priest, 
1863; C. of Stella, Durham, 1861-5. C. of Tawstock, Devon, 
1865-76. R. of Newton Hall, Northumberland, 1877-85- 
V. of Wroxeter, Salop, 1885-1911. Latterly of 2, Claremont 
Buildings, Shrewsbury, where he died Jan. 24, 1925. 
{Crockford; The Times, Jan. 26, 1925.) 

STEAVENSON, WILLIAM EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Downing, 
Sept. 7, 1874- Matric. Michs. 1874; M.A. 1879; M.D. 1885. 
At St Bartholomew's Hospital; House Surgeon there, 1873-4 
and House Physician, 1878-9. M.R.C.S., 1873; L.S.A., 1874; 
D.P.H., 1882; M.R.C.P., 1883. Practised in Portland Place, 
London, W. Physician, Alexandra Hospital for Children and 
Grosvenor Hospital for Women and Children. Author, 
medical. Died July i, 1891. {Medical Directories; Univ. 
Almanack.) 

STEBBING, CHARLES FERDINAND. Adm. pens, at Jesus, 
Oct. 1899. S. of Charles, Esq. B. Oct. 22, 1878, at New- 
market. School, private (the Rev. A. W. Greenup). Matric. 
Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902; M.A. 1906. Ord. deacon (Bp. 
Mitchinson, for Peterb.) 1902; priest (Peterb.) 1903; C. of 
All Saints, Peterborough, 1902-6. C. of Kingsthorpe, 
Northants., 1906-9. R. of Cogenhoe, 1909-22. V. of Swavesey, 
Cambs., 1922-30. R. of Tewin, Herts., 1930-46. Of Short- 
leaves, Bereweeke Road, Bognor Regis, in 1951. {Crockford.) 

STEBBING, FRANCIS AUGUSTINE. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Oct. 1899. S. of the Rev. Frank George (1870). B. Jan. 3, 
1880, at Mirfield, Yorks. School, Wakefield. Matric. Michs. 
1899; B.A. 1902; M.A. 1910. Ord. deacon (York) 1903; 
priest, 1904; C. of Bolsterstone, Yorks., 1903-16. V. of 
Stannington, 1916-52-. {Crockford.) 

STEBBING, FRANK COLE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Aug. 31, 
1868. Matric. Lent, 1869; Scholar, 1871; B.A. (39*^ Wrangler) 
1872; M.A. 1881. Assistant Master at Hereford Cathedral 
School, 1872-4. Ord. deacon (Hereford) 1874; priest, 1875; 
C. of Thruxton, Heref., 1874-6. Chaplain, R.N., 1876; 
H.M.S. Worcester; Warrior, 1877; Charybdis, 1877-80; Iron 
Duke, 1881-3; Dido, 1883-6; Excellent, 1886-9; Adive, 
1889-93; Cambridge, 1893-8; R.M., Plymouth, 1898-1901; 
at Devonport dockyard, 1901-6. Married, July 4, 1883, 
Edith Maud, younger dau. of J. Soden, of Hampstead. 
Author, Navigation and Nautical Astronomy. Latterly of 
37, Salisbury Terrace, Devonport, where he died Nov. 3, 
1921. {Crockford; The Guardian, Nov. 11, 1921.) 

STEBBING, FRANK GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 
1870. [S. of Joseph, of Winchfield, Hants. B. there, May 14, 
1849.] Matric. Michs. 1870. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1876; 
priest, 1878; C. of Dukinfield, Cheshire, 1876-9. C. of 
Battyeford, Yorks., 1879-87. V. of Featherstone, 1887-1917. 
Married (i) Emma Pass, of Dukinfield; (2) Annie Ada 
Jackson, of Ripon. Disappears from Crockford, 1918. Father 
of Francis A. (1899). (F. P. White; Yorkshire Who's Who.) 

STEBBING, HENRY. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 4, 1818. 
Of Norfolk. [S. of John (and Mary Rede). B. Aug. 26, 1799, 
at Great Yarmouth.] Matric. Michs. 1818. Migrated to 
Sidney, Jan. 26, 1819. Migrated back to St John's, Jan. 18, 
1820; B.A. 1823; M.A. 1827; D.D. 1839. Adm. ad eundem 
at Oxford, 1857. F.R.S., 1845. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
Sept. 22, 1822; priest, Oct. 5, 1823. P.C. of Ilketshall 



Stedman. John 

St Laurence, Suflolk, 1826-7. Evening Lecturer at Bungay, 
1823. Second Master of Norwich Grammar School, 1825-6. 
R. of Hughenden (or Hitchendon), Bucks., 1835-6. P.C. of 
St James' Chapel, Hampstead Road, London, 1835-57. 
Chaplain at University College Hospital, Gower Street, 
1835-79. R. of St Mary Somerset with St Mary Mounthaw, 
1857-83 (with which St Nicholas Cole Abbey was united, 
1866) and R. of St Benet, Paul's Wharf, 1879-83. Married, 
Dec. 21, 1824, Mary, dau. of William Grit&n, of Norwich. 
First working editor of the Athenaeum. Soon after moving 
to London, he was ' working for the booksellers from morning 
to night, and sometimes from night to morning.' Author, 
The History of the Christian Church from its Foundation to 
A.D. 1492; Ihe History of the Reformation; Discourse on 
Death; The History of Chivalry and the Crusades; Jesus and 
other Poems; Lives of the Italian Poets; Sermons; etc. Died 
Sept. 22, 1883, at St James' parsonage, Hampstead Road. 
Fatherof the next. {Boase.ui. 719; Eagle, xni. 3g;Crockford; 
D.N.B.) 
STEBBING, HENRY THEOPHILUS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Caius, Nov. 14, 1841. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Henry (above), 
D.D., Minister of St James' Chapel, Hampstead Road, 
London. B. [Dec. 18, 1825], at Norwich. School, King's 
College, London. Matric. Michs. 1842. Migrated to Sidney, 
May 30, 1843. Migrated to St Mary Hall, Oxford, whence he 
matric. Apr. 26, 1844, 'age 18.' Died in 1863, at his residence 
in Inverness Road, Hyde Park, London. {Venn, 11. 257 and 
add. hi; Al. Oxon.; G. Mag., 1863, i. 5341 Boase, in. 719) 
STEBBING, TITUS, .^dm. pens, (age 17) at Peterhouse, 
June 9, 1752. Of London. School, Hackney. Matric. Michs. 
1753; Scholar, 1752; B.A. 1756; M.A. 1760. R. of Tatting- 
stone, Suffolk, 1760-72. R. of Woodbridge and P.C. of 
Hasketon, until 1772. Died Aug. 10, 1772. {T.A.Walker, 304.) 
STEBBING, WILLIAM EDWARD. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 
1885; B.A. 1888. Ord. deacon (Newcastle-on-Tyne) 1891; 
priest, 1893; C. of Morpeth, Northumberland, 1891-4. C. of 
Holy Trinity, Stiriing, 1894-5. P.-in-charge of Uddingston, 
Lanarks., 1895. C. of St Andrew's, Burnley, Lanes., 1895- 
1900. C. of All Saints, Tufnell Park, Middlesex, 1900-1. 
C. of St .'Vlban's, Streatham Park, 1901-2. C. of St Peter-Ie- 
Poor, London, 1902-6. Lie. Pr., dios. of St Albans and 
Southwark, 1910; dio. of Rochester, 1912. Perm, to off. at 
St Clement Danes, Strand, 1916. Latterly of 25, Rosehill 
Road, Wandsworth. Disappears from Crockford, 1920. 
{Matrics. and Degrees, 185 1-1900, calls him Stebbings.) 
STEELE, ALLISON. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, July 3, 

1784. B. at Whitehaven, Cumberland. 
STEBLE, JOHN HODGSON. Adm. sizar at Queens', Oct. 1, 
1823. Of Cumberland. Matric. Lent, 1824; B.A. 1830. Ord. 
deacon (Chester) 1835 ; priest, 1836. Of Eye, Sufiolk, -1841-4. 
C. of Hawkshead, Lanes., 1859-63. P.C. of Low Wray, 
Westmorland, 1863-4. Married, July, 1829, at Felmersham, 
Beds., — , dau. of Edmund Ludlow, Esq., R.N. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1868. {Clergy List; C. R. Hudleston.) 
STEDALL, CECIL PEMBERTON. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Magdalene, Aug. 13, 1892. [2nd] s. of Henry, of 'The Firs,' 
Hampstead Heath, London (and Lucy, dau. of Thomas 
Pemberton, of Heathfield HaU, Warws.). [B. Feb. 13, 1873.] 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1892. In business. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (Major, London Yeomanry 
Rough Riders, and M.G.C.). Of Pitfield House, Seale, 
Famham, Surrey, in 1948. {Harrow Sch. Reg. ; Burke, L.G.) 
STEDMAN (or PLUMER-STEDMAN), HENRY CHARLES 
PLUMER. Adm. pens, at St John's, Sept. 30, 1868. S. of 
the Rev. Henry Plumer (next) [who kept a school at Sandi- 
croft, Cheshire] (and Sophia). B. [Oct. 11, 1848], at Great 
Budworth, Cheshire. Bapt. Nov. 5, 1848. Matric. Michs. 
1868; B.A. 1872; M.A. 1879. Cricket 'blue,' 1871; played for 
Leics., 1883. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1872; priest, 1874; C. of 
St George's, Everton, Lanes., 1872-3. C. of Walton-on-the- 
Hill, 1873-5. C. of Flitton, Beds., 1876-82. R. of Leire, 
Leics., 1882-1904. Married, Apr. 10, 1883, Fanny Louisa, 
2nd dau. of the Rev. H. K. Richardson, R. of Leire, deceased. 
Died July 30, 1904. Brother of Reginald P. (1874). {Eagle, 
XXVI. 238; Book of Blues; Crockford; The Times, Aug. 2, 
1904.) 
STEDMAN, HENRY PLUMER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 15, 1840. S. of C. Plumer, yeoman, of Wotton, Surrey 
(and Mary). Bapt. Nov. 17, 1815. Matric. Michs. 1840; B.A. 
1845; M.A. 1849. C. of Congleton, Cheshire, 1845-7. C. of 
Great Budworth, 1848-52. Disappears from Clergy List, 
1874. Father of Reginald P. (1874) and the above. 
STEDMAN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 17, 1806. 
[S. of Richard (and Elizabeth). B. 1784, at Godakning. School, 
Wandsworth (private).] Matric. Michs. 1806; B.A. 1810; M.A. 
1S16. C.ofLeatherhead,Surrey. V. of Gosfield, Essex, 1830-7. 
Died May 21, 1837. M.L (J. B. Whitmore; Gosfield Parish 
Mag., 1886-91.) 



Stedman, John 

STEDMAN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 27, 1835. 
[Only s. of John, Esq., of Chester. B. July 20, 1817.] School, 
Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1835; Scholar, 1836. Adm. at 
Lincoki's Inn, June 10, 1835. Callea to the Bar, June 15, 
1840. Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer. Died May 4, 
1872. (Record 0/ Old Westminsters; Law Lists; Inns of Court.) 

STEDMAN, MATHEW ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 27, 1S68. [Only] s. of Robert, of the Manor House, 
Pakenham, Suffolk. B. June ii, 1850, at Pakenham. School, 
Brighton College. Matric. Michs. 1869. Adm. at the Middle 
Temple, Nov. 19, 1887, age 37. Called to the Bar, May 11, 
1892. Of Wood Hill, GressenhaU, Norfolk. Married Alice 
Jane, dau. of W. T. CoUison, of East Bilney Hall, Norfolk. 
Died Feb. 18, 1894. (Brighton Coll. Reg.; Law Lists; Inns of 
Court; Kelly, Handbook.) 

STEDMAN, PAUL METHUEN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 3, 
1840. S. of GiU (and Mary, dau. of John Foster, of Selby, 
Yorks.). B. [Oct. 6, 1821], at Pakenham, Suffolk. School, 
Bury St Edmunds. Matric. Michs. 1840; B.A. 1844. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) 1844; priest, 1846; C. of Pulloxhill, Beds., 
1844-6. C. of Bromsgrove, Worcs., 1846-8. C. of Stanford- 
le-Hope, Essex, 1848-50. C. of Barnham, Suffolk, 1850-6. 
V. of Thurston, 1861-96. Married, 1849, Ellen Georgina, dau. 
of James Mathew, of Ixworth, Suffolk. Died Aug. 11, 1896. 
(Bury St Edmunds Sch. Lists; Peile, 11. 468; Crockford; 
Walford, County Families; The Standard, Aug. 14, 1896.) 

STEDMAN, REGINALD PLUMER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 10, 1874. S. of the Rev. Henry Plumer (1840) (and 
Sophia). B. at Great Budworth, Cheshire. Bapt. June 5, 
1853. Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 1878; M.A. 1884. Ord. 
deacon (Manchester) 1881; priest, 1882; C. of AH Saints, 
Blackburn, 1881-2. C. of Halifax, 1882-90. V. of Brighouse, 
Yorks., 1890-6. V. of Burley-in-Wharfedale, 1896-1902. V. of 
Kirtlinton, Oxon., 1902-11. Married, Apr. 21, 1885, Annie, 
only dau. of the Rev. John Henry Whiteley, of St Laurence, 
near Chepstow. Lived latterly at Bath, where he died 
Sept. 22, 1948. Brother of Henry C. P. {1868). (Crockford; 
The Times, Oct. i, 1948.) 

STEDMAN .ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Peterhouse, 
Oct. 16, 1761. Of Kent. S. of the Ven. Samuel (1719). Preb. 
of CantertJmry and Archdeacon of Norfolk (and Martha, dau. 
of Dr Robert Butts, Bishop of Norwich). School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1763; Scholar; B.A. 1766; M.A. 1773- Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) July 12, 1767; priest, July 19, 1767. V. of 
Preston-by-Canterbury, Kent, 1767-92- V. of Willesborough, 
1773-92. V. of Elmstone, 1789-92. Married, Jan. 12, 1777, 
Miss van Kemp. Died Apr. i, 1792, aged 49, at Preston. 
(Eton Coll. Reg.; T. A. Walker, 322; G. Mag., 1792, i. 387.) 

STEDMAN, WILLIAM NEWLAND. Adm. pens, at St Catha- 
rine's, June 19, 1846. S. of James. B. in the parish of 
St Mary, Guildford, Surrey. Matric. Michs. 1846; B.A. 1853. 
Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1862; priest, 1863; C. of Tulse Hill, 
Surrey, 1862-4. C. of Hambleden, Bucks., 1864-5. C. of 
Yiewsley, Middlesex, 1866-8. Chaplain of Oxbridge Union, 
1868-73. C. of Stanwell, 1873-93. C. of Peldon, Essex, 
1893-4. Died Dec. 28, 1894, aged 66. (Crockford; The 
Standard, Jan. 2, 1895.) 

STEED, FREDERICK AUGUSTUS. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 
1899. Migrated to Trinity Hall; B.A. 1905; M.A. 1909. Ord. 
deacon (Richmond, for Ripon) 1907; priest, 1908; C. of 
St Peter's, Hunslet Moor, Yorks., 1907-10. C. of Moss Side, 
Manchester, 1910-14. C. of Royton, Lanes., 1914-16. C. of 
Orpington, Kent, 1916-19. C. of Preston, Sussex, 1920-1. 
C. of St Michael and A.A., Watford, Herts., 1921-4. R. of 
Kelshall, 1924-33- V- of Beckingham, Notts., 1933-51-- 
(Crockford, which gives Augustus Frederick.) 

STEEDMAN, CHARLES EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Sept. 30, 1871. Of Warws. B. Sept. 3, 1852, at 
Dudley. School, Dudley Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1871; 
Scholar, 1872; B.A. 1875; M.A. 1878. Assistant Master (and 
House Master) at Dover College, 1875-80. Died July 22, 
18S0, at Dover. (Dover Coll. Reg.) 

STEEDMAN, HERBERT EDWARD WATSON. Adm. at King's, 
Oct. 8, 1887. S. of the Rev. Samuel Watson (Christ Church, 
Oxford, 1839). B. Mar. 21, 1868. School, Lancing College. 
Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890; M.A. 1895. Ord. deacon 
(Gloucester and Bristol) 1893 ; priest, 1894 ; C. of Chippenham, 
Wilts., 1893-8. V. of Tangley, Hants., 1898-1901. R. of 
Steventon, 1901-30. R. of Abbot's Ann, 1930-40. Obituary 
in Crockford, 1942-4. (Lancing Coll. Reg.; Crockford.) 

STEEL, ALLAN GIBSON. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Oct. 
1877. [6th] s. of J[oseph], Esq., of South Hill Grove, Liver- 
pool (and Margaret Gibson). B. [Sept. 24], 1858. School, 
Marlborough College. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881. 
Cricket 'blue,' 1878, 1879, 1880, 1881; Capt., 1880, 18S1. 



Steel, Henry William 

Played in Test Matches, England v. Australia, 1880, 1882, 
1884, 1886. President of the M.C.C., 1902. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Nov. 7, 1879. Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 1883. 
On the Northern Circuit. Practised in Liverpool. K.C., 1901. 
Recorder of Oldham, 1904-14. Married, 1886, Dorothy, dau. 
of John Philip Thomas, of Wameford Place, Highworth, 
Wilts., and had issue. Joint author of Cricket, in Badminton 
Series. Died June 15, 1914, in London. Brother of Harold B. 
(1880) and Douglas Q. (1875). (Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Law 
Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; Who was Who; 
D.N.B.; The Times, June 17, 1914.) 

STEEL, ANTHONY WILLIAM WILSON. Adm. pens, at Caius, 
Apr. 2, 1855. B. in India. School, Martinidre College, 
Calcutta. Matric. Michs. 1855; B.A. (2nd Wrangler) 1859; 
M.A. 1862. Fellow, 1859-85; tutor, 1880-5. Ord. deacon 
(Ely) i860; priest, iS6i; C. of Whittlesford, Cambs., 1860-2. 
C.-in-charge of St Sepulchre, Cambridge, 1867-73; V. there, 
1873-8. Married, Jan. i, 1861. Of 4, Scroope Terrace, Cam- 
bridge. Died suddenly, at Crieff, Scotland, Aug. 29, 1885, 
aged 48. (Venn, 11. 323; Crockford; The Guardian, Sept. 2, 
1885.) 

STEEL, ARTHUR DYNE. Adm. at King's, Oct. 4, 1886. S. of 
[S. H., M.B., of Dyne House, Abergavenny. School, RossaU]. 
Matric. Michs. 1886; e.xhibitioner; B.A. 1889. Adm. Solicitor, 
1893; practised (Messrs Underwood and Steel) at Hereford. 
Of 29, Castle Street, Hereford. Mayor of Hereford, 1920. 
Married, Sept. 20, 1900, Miss R. E. A. Oakeley. Died Jan. 6, 
1941, aged 73, at Hereford. (RossaU Reg.; Law Lists; The 
Times, Jan. 9, 1941.) 

STEEL, CYRUS. Matric. Non-CoU. from Averst H., Lent, 1886; 
B.A. 1890; M.A. 1894. Adm. Solicitor, 1880; practised at 
Gillingham, Kent, 1880-9. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1890; 
priest, 1892; C. of St Jude's, Peckham, Surrey, 1890-6. C. of 
Christ Church, Southwark, 1896-1900. V. of St Barnabas, 
Gillingham, Kent, 1900-1. Died Jan. 31, 1901. (Law Lists; 
Scott, MSS.; Crockford; The Times, Feb. 6, 1901.) 

STEEL, DOUGLAS QUINTIN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity 
Hall, June n, 1875. S. of Joseph, of South Hill Grove, 
Liverpool. B. June 19, 1856. School, Uppingham. Matric. 
Michs. 1875; B.A. 1879. Cricket 'blue,' 1876-9; football 
(assoc.) 'blue,' 1877, 1878; footbaU (rugby) 'blue,' 1877. 
Played cricket for Lanes., 1876-84. Adm. Solicitor, 1881; 
practised in Liverpool (Messrs Lay ton. Steel and Springman). 
Of Upton, Birkenhead. Brother of Allan G. (1877) and 
Harold B. (1880). (Uppingham Sch. Roll; Law Lists.) 

STEEL, GERARD. Matric. Non-Coil., Michs. 1883. U.S.A., 1897; 
L.M.S.S.A., London, 1907. Practised at Leominster, 1900-37. 
Died Aug. 20, 1937, aged 72, at Leominster; buried at 
Bedford. (Medical Directories; The Times, Aug. 24, 1937.) 

STEEL, GRAHAM STRANG. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 2, 1893. S. of 
Thomas, merchant, of London (and Janet Graham Gray). 
B. Dec. 21, 1875, at Rusholme, Manchester. School, Uni- 
versity College, London. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896; 
LL.B. 1897; M.A. 1900. Adm. Solicitor, 1900 (Messrs 
Watkin, Williams, Gray and Steel, i King William Street); 
senior partner in the firm of Morley, Shirreff and Co., of 
174, Graham House, Old Broad Street, London. Of ' Ewhurst,' 
Nessfield Road, Putney. (Univ. Coll. Sch. Reg.; Venn, 11. 
534; Law Lists.) 

STEEL, HAROLD BANNER. Adm. at Trinity Hall, i88o. 
S. of Joseph, of Liverpool [and of Millwood, Lockerbie, 
Scotland], deceased. B. Apr. 9, 1862. Schools, Repton and 
Uppingham. Matric. Lent, 1881. A shipbroker. Of 2, South 
Hill Grove, Liverpool. Died June, 19 11. Brother of Allan G. 
(1877) and Douglas Q. (1875)- (Repton Sch. Reg.) 

STEEL, HENRY CHRISTIE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, 
July 25, 1870. Eldest s. of Jacob [James], money-changer 
(and Rhoda Catherine, dau. of the Rev. George Christian 
Jackson). B. Apr. 10, 1852, in Liverpool. Matric. Michs. 
1870; Scholar; B.A. (36i/t Wrangler) 1874- In Russia, France, 
and Germany, 1874-8. Assistant Master at Wellington 
College, 1878-85; at Winchester, 1885-1922. Married, 1875. 
Marie Aggeevna (Abaza), widow of Nicholas Milutine. 
General editor of Rivington's advanced Texts. Died Apr. 6, 
1933, at Nailsworth, Gloucs. (Winchester Coll. Reg.; The 
Times, Apr. 8, I933-) 

STEEL, HENRY WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 26, 
1859. S. of the Rev. Thomas Henry (1826), of The Grove, 
Harrow. B. there, Feb. 3, 1840. School, Harrow. Did not 
reside. Adm. at Caius, Aug. 12, 1859. Matric. Michs. 1859. 
Joined the Indian Civil Service, 1862; Deputy Commissioner, 
Punjab; District Judge; retired, 1889. Latterly of Talgarth 
Hall, Machynlleth, N. Wales. Died in 1924. (Harrow Sch. 
Reg.; Venn, 11. 346.) 



Steel, James Edward Ponsonby 

STEEL, JAMES EDWARD PONSONBY. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 
1876. S. of Colonel J. A., Deputy Commissioner for Oudh. 
13. Nov. II, i«55. Bapt. at Meerut. Schools, Haileybury and 
Malvern College. Matric. Michs. 1876. A coffee-planter in 
the Nilgherries, India. Resided latterly at Foster Hill Road, 
Bedford. Died Mar. 19, 1907, in London. [Malvern Coll. Reg.; 
Venn, 11. 422.) 

STEEL, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Trinity, Sept. 30, i795. 
S. of James, of Hollins, Cumberland. School, St Bees. 
Matric. Michs. 1796. 

STEEL, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Christ's, Apr. 6, 1818. 
S. of John. B. at Lincoln. School, Uppingham. Matric. 
Michs. 1818; B.A. 1822. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1822; priest, 
1822. Domestic Chaplain to Earl Cowper. P.C. of Cowbit, 
Lines., 1827-62, and C. of Tewin, Herts., in 1841 and of 
Totteridge in 1853. R. of Great Horkesley, Essex, 1862-76. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1877. (Clergy List.) 

STEEL, JOHN THOMPSON. Matric. Non-CoU. from Cavendish 
H., Easter, 1885. 

STEEL, MOSES. Adm. pens, (age 28) at St John's, Mar. 12, 
1827. S. of John (and Sarah). B. at Etruria, Stoke-upon- 
Trent, Staffs. Educated privately. Matric. Michs. 1827. 
Died Aug. 6, 1831, in London. [Cambridge Chronicle, Aug. 12, 
1831.) 

STEEL, PETER. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, May 27, 1856. 
S. of Thomas Rice [law-stationer], of 12, Chancery Lane, 
London. B. in London. School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 
1856; B.A. 1861; M.A. 1873. (5/ Paul's Sch. Reg.) 

STEEL, SAMUEL STRANG. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 12, 
1900. [Only] s. of William Strang, of Philiphaugh, Selkirk. 
B. Aug. I, 1882, in Selkirk. School, Eton; and at St Andrews 
University. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1908. 
CaUed to the Bar, Middle Temple, July 5, 1905. Served in 
the Great War, 1914-19 (Major, Lothians and Border Horse). 
M.P. for the Ashford division of Kent, 1918-29. Parlia- 
mentary Private Secretary to the Minister of Agriculture, 
1923-4, and to the Financial Secretary to the Treasury, 1925. 
Member of the Forestry Commission, 1933-49. Married, 
Aug. 3, 1910, the Hon. Vere Mabel, 2nd dau. of the ist Baron 
Comwallis, and had issue. Created Baronet, 1938. Of 
Philiphaugh, Selkkk, in 1952. J. P., D.L. (Eton Sch. Lists; 
Who's Who; Scott, MSS.; Burke, L.G.; Univ. War List; 
Waif ord, County Families.) 

STEEL, THOMAS HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, 
Apr. 18, 1826. S. of Thomas Jordan [treasurer to the Berwick- 
on-Tweed corporation]. B. 1806, at Berwick-on-Tweed. 
School, St Paul's, London. Matric. Michs. 1826; Scholar, 
1828; B.A. (20th Wrangler and 2nd Classic and 2nd Chan- 
cellor's medal) 1830; M.A. 1833. Fellow, 1830; assistant 
tutor, 1833-4. Adm. at the Irmer Temple, May 5, 1826. 
Ord. deacon, 1831; priest, 1833. V. of St Ippolyts with Great 
Wymondley, Herts., 1837-57. Assistant Master at Harrow, 
1836-43 and 1849-81. Author, Sermons at Harroie. Died 
Dpc. 6, 1881. Father of Henry W. (1859). (St Paul's Sch. 
Reg.; Harrow Sch. Reg.; Boase, vi. 611; Inns of Court; 
Crockford; Clergy List.) 

STEEL, THOMAS JOHN EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 10, 1837. [S. of Col. — .] B. at Windsor. [School, Eton.] 
Matric. Michs. 1837; B.A. 1S42; M.A. 1845. Sometime a 
private tutor at Heirrow. Chaplain in India from 1847; at 
Cuttack, 1847-52; at Lahore, 1853; at Kussowlie, 1854-5; 
at Chunah, 1856-7. Married, Feb. 24, 1848, Louisa Frederica, 
dau. of Charles Burgett. Died Jan. 2, 1857, at Hoogly, 
Calcutta. (Eton Sch. Lists; V. Hodson; Clergy List; G. Mag., 
1848, I. 655.) 

STEELE, ADAM RIVERS. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1895. 
[Eldest] s. of Adam Rivers, Esq., of Northbrooks, Harlow, 
Essex. [B. Dec. 16, 1876.] School, Charterhouse. Matric. 
Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898. Served in the South African War, 
1898-1901, with the Militia. Second Lieut., 4th Hussars, 
1901; Lieut., 1904; Captain, 1910. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Major, 4th Hussars; wounded). Sometime of Lod- 
dington Hall, near Kettering. Married, Jan. 17, 1912, 
Murielle Gladys, only dau. of Col. G. Radley Hobbs, C.M.G., 
deceased, and had issue. Latterly of Great Shelford, Cambs., 
where he died July 5, 1932; buried at Stapleford. (Univ. 
War List; Army Lists; The Times, July 7, 1932.) 

STEELE, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Pembroke, Nov. 8, 1819. 

STEELE, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 5, 1888. S. of 
Matthew [M.D.]. B. [May 2, 1870], at Garston, near Liver- 
pool. Schools, Cambridge House, Seaforth and Royal Insti- 
tution, Liverpool. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892; M.A. 
1896. Ord. deacon (York) 1893; priest, 1895; C. of Sharow, 
Vorks., 1893-9. V. of Nether-Hoyland, 1899-19x0. V. of 
Swinton, 1910-21. V. of Scunthorpe, Lines., 1921-40. Lat- 
terly of Scunthorpe. Disappears from Crockford, 1948. 
(Peile, II. 745 ; Crockford.) 



Steele, Richard Blake 

STEELE, CHARLES MONTAGUE. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1896. S. of [Gen. J Sir Ihomas Montague, G.C.B., deceased. 
School, Eton. Matric. Lent, 1896. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Capt., R.G.A. (T.F.)). Of Villa Rosalie, Pau, France, 
and 70, Eaton Square, London. Died Mar. 31, i945. at 
Conford House, Shalford, near Guildford; buried at Frunley. 
(Eton Sch. Lists; Univ. War List; The Times, Apr. 5, I945-) 

STEELE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age i8) at St John's, June 27, 
1803. B. in the Barbados. No residence recorded. 

STEELE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Oct. 17, 
1861. S. of John. B. at Chickenley Heath, near Dewsbury, 
Yorks. Matric. Michs. i86i; B.A. 1865. Ord. deacon (Lin- 
coUi) 1864; priest, 1865; C. of Great Grimsby, Lines., 1864-6. 
C. of St Michael's, Shoreditch, 1867-73. C. of St Thomas's, 
Regent Street, London, W., 1873-4. V. of St Neot, Cornwall, 
1874-96. Married (1) Oct. 1874, Blanche Mary, 2nd dau. of 
Charles Manners Lushington, M.P.; (2) Aug. 12, 1884, Mar- 
garet Eleanor, eldest dau. of Albert C. Lyne Glubb, of 
Liskeard. Author, Meditations on Our Lord's Journey to 
Calvary. Died June 3, 1896, aged 55. (Scott, MSS.; Crock- 
ford; Boase, Collect. Cornub., 726.) 

STEELE, HARMER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 14, i868. 
[3rd s. of ."^dam Rivers, barrister, of Cricklewood. School, 
Wellington College.] Did not reside. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
Oct. 1869. Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 1873. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Jan. 3, 1871. CaUed to the Bar, Jan. 26, 1874; 
disbarred at his own request, June 13, 1877. Adm. Solicitor, 
1880; practised (Messrs A. R. and H. Steele) at 11, New 
Square, Lincoln's Inn. Married Miss Schmidt. Died July 5, 
1928, aged 78. Brother of John T. (1877). (WelUngton Coll. 
Reg.; Scott, MSS.; Law Lists; Inns of Court; The Times, 
July 9, 1928.) 

STEELE, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 5, 1863. S. of 
Alexander, of The Crescent, Douglas, Isle of Man. B. there. 
Mar. 14, 1845. Educated by his father. Matric. Michs. 1863; 
B.A. 1868; M.A. 1873. Ord. deacon (Sodor and Man) 1877; 
priest, 1878; C. of St George's, Douglas, Isle of Man, 1877-9. 
C. of Standish, Lanes., 1880-5. C. of Whalley, 1886-90. 
C. of Chapel-en-le-Frith, Derbs., 1890-2. C.-in-charge of 
Gorsley, Gloucs., 1894-5. V. of St Matthew's, Jersey, 1900-1. 
Perm, to off., dio. of Chichester, 1919. Latterly of 7, Chets- 
worth Road, Brighton. Disappears from Crockford, 1934. 

STEELE, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 19, 1822; 
a 'Ten-year man.' Of Westmorland. Ord. deacon, 1823; 
priest, 1824. P.C. of Christ Church, Macclesfield, Cheshire, 
1828-76. Disappears from Crockford, 1877. 

STEELE, JOHN THORNTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Apr. 27, 1877. [S. of Adam Rivers, barrister.] School, 
Wellington College. Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882; M.A. 
1886. Football (rugby) 'blue,' 1879, 1880. Ord. deacon 
(Winchester) 1884; priest, 1885; C. of Alverstoke, Hants., 
1884-7. C. of St Peter's, Walworth (Wellington College 
Mission), 1887-96. V. of Saffron Walden, Essex, 1896-1913. 
R. of Marks Tey, 1913-45. Canon of Chelmsford, 1914. 
Lie. Pr., dio. of Chelmsford, 1945-50. Married, July 4, 1905, 
Gertrude Augusta, dau. of Robert Gosling, of Hassobury, 
Essex. Of 13, Ireton Road, Colchester, where he died Jan. 30, 
1951, aged 91. Brother of Harmer (1868). (Wellington Coll. 
Reg.; Crockford; The limes, Feb. i, 195 1.) 

STEELE, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar at St John's, Dec. 3, i8i8. Of 
Staffs. Matric. Lent, 1819. Kept three terms. 

STEELE, REDMOND UNIACKE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 16, 1865. [3rd] s. of William, gent., of Dublin (and 
Frances Hemietta). B. in Dublin. Bapt. Sept. 18, 1843. 
Matric. Michs. 1865. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Jan. 12, 1866. 
CaUed to the Bar, May i, 1871. On the Western Circuit. 
Of 8, King's Bench Walk, Temple. (Law Lists; Inns of Court.) 

STEELE, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 26, 1820. 
[Eldest] s. of Sir Richard [3rd] Bart. [Capt., Dragoon Guards], 
of Carriglee, Black Rock, Co. Dublin (and Frances Mary 
Collette, dau. of Edward Dalton, of Grahamstown, Co. 
Tipperary). [B. June 12, 1802.] Educated privately by the 
Rev. John Kempthome, M.A. Matric. Michs. 1820; Scholar, 
1820; B.A. 1824. Adm. at Lincoln's lim, June 12, 1822. Died, 
unmarried and v. p., 1824. (Inns of Court.) 

STEELE, RICHARD BLAKE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 3, 
i860. S. of 'J.', of Ireland. Bapt. Sept. 1839. Matric. Lent, 
i860; B.A. 1863; M.A. 1866. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
May 31, 1858, age 18. Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 1864. 
Married, Oct. 18, 1866, Sarah Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of N. C. 
Gold, Esq., of Ormond Terrace, Regent's Park. (Inns of 
Court, which has 'only s. of Thomas, Esq., of Castle Park, 
Co. Dublin, Pall Mall Gazette, Oct. 20, 1866.) 



Steele, Samson 

STEELE, SAMSON (or SAMPSON). Adm. sizar (age 23) at 
Christ's, July 6, 1767- S. of Joseph. B. at CaverswaU, 
Staffs. School, private. Matric. Michs. 1767; I-L-B. I775- 
Ord. deacon (Norwich, Litt. dim. from Canterbury) May 21, 
1769; priest (Lincoki) Mar. 1770; C. of Newntiam and 
Bredgar, Kent, 1769-71. V. of Newnham, 1771-1801 and V. 
of Tonge, 1801. (Peile, 11. 284; Clerical Guide.) 

STEELE, SETON ANDREW. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
May 20, 1896. S. of the Rev. William Ferguson (1867). B. 
Apr. 8, 1877, at Aylburton, Gloucs. Matric. Michs. 1896; 
B.A. 1899. 

STEELE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, May 29, 
1771. [Eldest] s. of Thomas, of Chichester, Sussex (and 
Elizabeth Madgwick, of Cuckfield, Sussex). Bapt. Nov. 17, 
1753. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1772; Scholar. 
Adm. at the Middle Temple, Jan. 18, 1772. M.P. for 
Chichester, 1 780-1807. Secretary to the Master-General of 
the Ordnance, 1782; Joint Secretary to the Treasury, 
1783-91; Joint Paymaster-General of the forces, 1791-1804. 
P.C, 1791. A Commissioner of the Board of Control, 1791-3. 
Remembrancer, Court of Exchequer, i797- Married, Sept. 3, 
1795, Charlotte Amelia, dau. of Sir David Lindsay, Bart. 
Died Dec. 8, 1823. (Record of Old Westminsters; Inns of 
Court; Return of M.P. s.) 

STEELE, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, Mar. 29, 1805. 
Of Surrey. [S. of Alexander, farmer, near Halifax, Yorks. 
B. Aug. 4, 1785.] School, Manchester Grammar. Matric. 
Michs. 1805; Scholar, 1805; B.A. 1809. Ord. deacon (Chester) 
May 28, 1809; priest, Sept. 22, 1811; C. of Hunderslield, 
Rochdale, 1809-16. V. of Littleborough, 1816-44. Married 
and had issue a daughter. Author, A Collection of Psalms 
and Hymns; An Address to the Inhabitants of Littleborough. 
Died Oct. 30, 1844, aged 59. M.I. at Littleborough. (Man- 
chester Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; Crockford; G. Mag., 1844, 11. 
663. See Fishwick, History of the Parish of Rochdale, 200.) 

STEELE, The Rev. THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 24) at Peter- 
house, Dec. 9, 1819; a 'Ten-year man.' V. of Cowley, 
Gloucs., 1832-5. (T. A. Walker, 408.) 

STEELE, THOMAS. Adm. at Magdalene, July 3, 1820. B.A., 
incorp. from Trinity College, Dublin, 1820; M.A. 1820. [Only 
s. of William, deceased. B. Nov. 3, 1788, at Derrymore, 
Co. Clare.] Adm. at Trinity College, Dublin, July 8, 1805 ; 
B.A. (T.C D.) 1810. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 27, 1812. 
Fought with the patriot army in the Spanish war of 1823 
against Ferdinand VII ; present at the battle of the Trocadero. 
An ardent follower of the agitator, O'Connell, who appointed 
him 'head pacificator'; arrested and tried with O'Connell, 
1843. Shortly after O'ConneU's death, attempted suicide by 
jumping from Waterloo Bridge but was rescued, dying a few 
days later at Peele's coffeehouse. Fleet Street, June 15, 1848. 
'One of the most picturesque figures in the history of Irish 
popular movements.' Known as 'Honest Tom Steele.' 
Author, Practical Suggestions for the Improvement of the 
Navigatnyn of the Shannon. Buried beside O'Connell in 
Glasnevin cemetery, Dublin. (D.N.B.) 

STEELE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 10, 1864. 
S. of Amelia Hardingham. B. Aug. 31, 1842, at Bury 
St Edmunds, Suffolk. Bapt. Dec. 26, 1842. Matric. Michs. 
1864. 

STEELE, THOMAS JAMES. Adm. sizar at St John's, Feb. i, 
1834; re-adm. pens., Oct. 14, 1834. Of Middlesex. Matric. 
Michs. 1834. Kept three terms. Ord. deacon (Bath and 
Wells, Litt. dim. from Durham) Mar. 7, 1840; priest (Durham) 
1840. Domestic Chaplain to the Earl of TankervUle, 1844. 
C. of Overton, Lanes., 1846-7. C. of Sedgefield, Durham, 
1847-57. R. of Whepstead, Suffolk, 1857-1902. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1903. (Clergy List.) 

STEELE, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, Apr. 18, 1752- 

B. in Ciimberland. Matric. Michs. 1752. Ord. priest (Here- 
ford) June I, 1755; C. of Ledbury, Heref., i755- V. of Hares- 
field, Gloucs., 1779-80. R. of Pixley, Heref., 1780-90. V. of 
Yarkhill, 1784-90. (St John's Coll. Adm., in. 613.) 

STEELE, WILLIAM FERGUSON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May II, 1867. S. of Matthew, merchant (and Charlotte 
Sophia). B. in the parish of Christ Church, Demerara. Bapt. 
July 31, 1848. School, Ruabon. Matric. Michs. 1867; B.A. 
1871. Ord. deacon (Gloucester and Bristol) 1872; priest, 
1873; C. of Alvington, Gloucs., 1872-7. V. of Norton, 1877-9. 

C. of St Simon's, Bristol, 1880-1. V. of St Andrew's, Mont- 
pelier, Bristol, 1881-98. R. of Nettleton, Wilts., 1898-1907. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1908. Father of Seton A. (1896). 



Steevens, George 

STEELE, WILLIAM JOHN. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
May 16, 1848. S. of the Rev. James, of Stranorlar, Co. 
Donegal, Ireland. B. Sept. 16, 1831. [At Glasgow Univ., 
1844-7; M.A. 1847.] Matric. Michs. 1848; Scholar, 1849; 
B.A. (2nd Wrangler and 2nd Smith's prize) 1852. Fellow, ' 
1854. A successful private tutor. Author (with P. G. Tait), 
A Treatise cm the Dynamics of a Particle. Died in College, 
Mar. II, 1855, of consumption; buried in Little St Mary's 
churchyard. {P. A. Walker, 495.) 

STEELE-PERKINS, JOHN S. S. (1894), see PERKINS. 

STEELE-WOOD, HERBERT S. (1876), see WOOD. 

STEEN, WILLIAM PEILE. Matric. Non-Coil., Michs. 1896. 
Adm. pens, at Christ's, Jan. 14, 1897; an 'Advanced student.' 
S. of the Rev. Isaiah [Presbyterian minister]. Head Master 
of the Royal Academical Institute of Belfast (and Dorothy 
Smith Peile). B. Feb. 27, 1857, in Belfast. School, Royal 
Academical Institution, Belfast [and at Queen's College, 
Belfast; B.A. 1879; M.A. 1880]. B.A. 1899; M.A. 1903. B.A. 
(London) 1887; M.A. (London) 1893. Head Master suc- 
cessively of two secondary schools at Lisburne, near Belfast, 
1881-94; Principal of (the resident branch of) the University 
Correspondence CoUege, Cambridge, 1895-1910. A private 
tutor at Cambridge, 1910-14. Tutor at the Army College, 
Farnham, 1914-18. Married, July 30, 1894, at Tunbridge 
Wells, Ethel Louisa, dau. of Stourton Needham, school- 
master, of Tunbridge WeUs. Died Oct. 25, 1932, at Cam- 
bridge. (Peile, II. 814; The Times, Oct. 27, 1932.) 

STEER, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. ro, 1777. 
Of Yorks. [S. of Charles, merchant, of Wakefield. B. there, 
June 28, 1756.] School, Manchester. Matric. Michs. i777; 
Scholar, 1777; B.A. 1781. Ord. deacon (Lincoln, LM. dtm. 
from York) Mar. 9, 17S1; priest (York) July 22, 1781; C. of 
South Kirkby, 1781. R. of Axminster with Membury and 
Kilmington, Devon, 1782-1835. 'A great walker and a great 
talker." Twice married. Died Nov. 12, 1835, at Axminster. 
(Manchester Sch. Reg.; St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 492; G. Mag., 
1836, I. 209; F.M.G., II. 8x8.) 

STEER, WILLIAM HENRY HORNBY. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 7, 1875. [Elder] s. of Philip, artist [of Whitchurch, 
Heref.] (and Emma, dau. of the Rev. Wilham Harrison). 
B. [1856], at Claughton, Bidston, Cheshke. Bapt. Nov. 11, 
1856. School, Hereford Cathedral (Mr Rudd). Matric. Michs. 
1875; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1889. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 
1886; priest, 1889; C. of Christ Church, Tunbridge Wells, 
1886-92. Domestic Chaplain to the Countess of Rothes, 
1 89 1-3. C. of St Jude's, South Kensington, 1892-8. V. of 
St Philip's, Lambeth, 1898-1910. V. of AU Samts, St John's 
Wood, 1910-21. J. P. for London. Chaplain of the Order of 
St John of Jerusalem, 1925. Married, June 8, 1898, Maria 
Halse Morgan, eldest dau. of William Reed, of South Ken- 
sington. Author, 2 he Seven Gifts; Nature's Witness to the 
Triniiy. Latterly of 52, Avenue Road, Regent's Park, N.W. 
Died in London, May 31, 1938. Brother of P. Wilson Steer, 
O.M., artist. (Crockford; Who's Who in Wales; The limes, 
June 10, 1898.) 

STEERS, SPENCER JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 3, 
1817. Of Lancashire. Matric. Michs. 1817; B.A. 1821; M.A. 
1847. Died Mar. 23, 1884, aged 87, at Halewood, Lanes. 
(Eagle, XIII. 285.) 

STEEVENS, GEORGE. Adm. Fell.-Com. at King's, Mar. 29, 
1753. Only s. of George, a director of the East India Company 
[formerly Capt. in the Company's fleet] (and Mary Perryman). 
B May 10, 1736, in Stepney. Schools, Kingston-on-Thames 
and Eton. Matric. Easter, i753- Settled in London, at first 
in the Temple, later at Hampstead. Was ' very methodical in 
his habits; he walked into London before seven each mormng 
and paid visits to literary friends, bookshops and publishing 
offices, returning on foot early in the afternoon.' A well- 
known commentator on Shakespeare and a friend of Dr 
Johnson. Collected a valuable library of Elizabethan litera- 
ture. A frequenter of Dr Johnson's morning levees, delighting 
'in the roaring of the old lion'; supplied Johnson with 
anecdotes and quotations for his Lives of the Poets. F.S.A.; 
F.R.S., 1767. Incurred much unpopularity because of spite- 
fulness and sarcasm; his mischievousness earned for him the 
title of 'The Puck of Commentators.' 'He came to live, 
wrote Dr Johnson, ' the life of an outlaw. The warmth of his 
temper put him at variance with so many of his acquaintance 
and he wished to avoid them.' Edited Shakespeare's Plays 
(1766), and assisted Johnson in Lives of the Poets. Donor of 
plate to the College. Died, unmarried, Jan. 22, 1800, at 
Hampstead. (Eton Coll. Reg.; D.N.B.; Boswell, 11. 315; 
G. Mag., 1800, i; C. Brookes, Percy Letters.) 



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Steggall, Charles 

STEGGALL, CHARLES. Adm. sizar (age 1 9) at St John's, 
June 24 1767. S. of the Rev. VVmiam (i735) [R- of ^^yver- 
stone and Hawstead, Suflolk]. B. at Wyverstoce. [Scliool, 
Bury St Edmunds.] Matric. Michs. 1767; B.A. i77i. Ord 
deacon (Lincoln, Litt. dim. from Norwich) i77i;pnest 
(Peterb.) June 14, 1772; C. of Westhorpe, Suffolk, 1771-8. 
k of Little Oakley: Essex, 1778-94. H. of Wyve«tone. 
Sufiolk (succeeding his father), 1794-1819. R. of Westhorpe, 
1812-19. Married Maria — , and had issue. Died Mar. 21, 
1819, aged 70. Brother of John (1786); father of Jol^ H- 
(1813). {Bury St Edmunds Sch. Lists; i>t John's Coll. Adm., 
in. 719; G. Mag., 1819, i. 378.) 
STEGGALL, CHARLES. Mus.Doc. 1852. A member of Trinitv, 
but not found in Adm. Reg. [Only s of Robert WiUiam 
B. June 3, 1826, in London.] Pupil and friend of Sir Sterndale 
Beinett, with whom he was instrumental in mtrodu«ng 
Bach's Passion music into England. Orgamst of Christ 
Chapel, Maida Vale, 1848. Hon. Secretary of the J3ach 
Society, 1849-70. Professor of the organ and harmony at 
the R.A.M., 1851-1903. Organist of Christ Church Lancaster 
Gate, 1855, and of Lincoln's Inn Chapel, 1864-1905. One oj 
the founders of the Royal CoUege of Orgamsts. 1864. Married 
(I) Maria Mendham, dau. of William Kempton lay clerk of 
Ely Cathedral; (2) Henrietta, dau. of George T. KenwTick 
M D of Halesowen. Editor (musical) of Hymns ancient and 
mod'e^n; composer of church music. Died June 7, 1905, m 
London. Father of the next. (Who was Who; D.N.B.) 
STEGGALL, CHARLES ROBERT. Adm. (age 18) at Caius, 
Oct 1 1872. S. of Charles, Mus.D. (above), of Cambridge. 
B in London. School, Clapham Grammar. Matric. Michs. 
1872. Resided five tenns. Editor of the Smss^^Tiww. [Venn, 
II. 403.) 
STEGGALL, The Rev. JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 28) at Caius, 
Apr. 28, 1786. S. of [the Rev.] WiUiam (i735), pf Wyverstone 
Suffolk. B. there. Schools, Wyverstone [and Bury bt 
Edmunds]. Scholar, 1786. Ord deacon (Norwich) Sept 23. 
1781; priest, Dec. 21, 1782; C. of Wyverstone, Suffolk, 1781- 
1809. R. of Hessett, 1786-1809. R. of Wells Norfolk 1792- 
1806. Married, May 8, 1798, Miss Wright, of Walton, Norfolk. 
Died Jan. 5, 1809, aged 51: buried at Wyverstone. Brother 
of Charles (1767) ; father of William (1822). (Bury it Edmunds 
Sch. Lists; G. Mag., 1809, i. 92; ^^nn, 11. 112.) 
STEGGALL, JOHN EDWARD ALOYSIUS. Adm. pens. at 
Trinity, Feb. 28, 1874. [Eldest] s. of John WiUiam BUlmg 
[M.R.C.S.], of 3. Queen Square, London B. Nov. 19, 1855, 
in London. School, City of London. Matric. Michs. 1874. 
Scholar, 1875; B.A. (2nd Wrangler j^nd ist Smith s prize) 
1878M.A. 1881. Hon. LL.D., St Andrews. Hon. A.R.I.B.A. 
Assistant Master at Clifton College, 1878-9. Lecturer at 
Owens College, Manchester, 1879-82. Professor of mathe- 
matics at University College, Dundee, 1882-1933. Married 
July 30, 1878, Isabella Katherine, youngest dau. of Daniel 
Frazer J P of Gareloch, and had issue. Author, London 
University Questions and Solutions. Died Nov. 26, 1935, at 
Du'dee. (Who was Who; The Times, Nov. 28, 1935-) 
STEGGALL, JOHN [HEIGHAM]. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
ChrVst, jine 3, 1813. Of Suffolk. [S. of the Rev. Charles 
(1767), R. of Wyverstone (and Mary). Bapt. May 8, 1791. 
at Barking, Sufiolk. Schools, Walsham-le-Willows and 
Botesdale- ran away from school and lived for a time with 
gypsies at Wyverstone. Went to sea in a South Sea whaler 
Ensign, 15th Madras N.I., i8io; invalided home, 1811.] 
Matric. Michs. 1813; Scholar. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 5, 
1814; priest, July 9. 1815; C. of Badingham, Sufiolk C. of 
Wvverstone. Sometime practised as a surgeon. P.C. of 
Great Ashfield, 1823-81. Author ot An Autobiography, edited 
by the Rev. Richard Cobbold, 1857 (in which his second name 
of Heigham is given). Died Jan. 12, 1881. (Boase, vi. 613; 
Bury St Edmunds Sch. Lists; Crockford.) 
STEGGALL, MONTAGU VILLIERS. Matric. Non-CoU Michs. 
18QO r2nd s. of the Rev. Frederick, V. of Consett, Durham. 
B in London. School, Kepier Grammar, Hough ton-le- 
Spring.] Migrated to St Catharme's, Apr. 22, 1892; B.A. 
1894; M.A. 1898. M.A., Durham. Assistant Master at 
Rotherham Grammar School, 1886-7; at Halbrake School, 
London 1887-9; at Soham Grammar School, Cambs., 
188Q-95. Head Master of Elm Park School, Shotley Bridge, 
18QS-1903; of Scorton Grammar School, 1903-33-. Married 
Tune I 1895, Gertrude Mary Elizabeth, eldest dau. of 
WiUiam Henry Mould, Head Master of Soham Grammar 
School. Latterly of The Poplars, Croft-on-Tees. Died June 3, 
1039 aged 70. (Schoolmasters' Directories; Cambridge Ind. 
Press, May 17, 1895; The Times, June 6, 1939.) 
STEGGALL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Jan. 31, 
1822. Of Suffolk. [S. of the Rev. John (1786), deceased 
School Bury St Edmunds.] Matric. Michs. 1822. Migrated 
to Tesus, Dec. 14, 1822; B.A. 1826; M.A. 1829. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Oct. 15, 1826; priest Oct .7, 1827. Assistant 
Master at Bury St Edmunds School, 1829 C. of Hessett, 



Stent, Bridger 

Suffolk, -1841-69. V. of Hunston, 1846-81. Latterly of 
Ixworth, Suffolk. Died Mar. 1885, aged 81; touibstoiie in 
Bey ton churchyard. (Bury St Edmunds Sch. Lists ; Crockford.) 

STEINITZ, CHARLES EDWARD. Adm. pens at Christ's, 
Ian II, 1890. S. of Charles Alexander. B. [Oct. 12, 1862] in 
CamberweU, London. Schools, St Mary's CoUege, Peckham; 
and at King's College, London. Matric. Lent, 1890; B.A. 
1892- M.A. 1896. Ord. deacon (Liverpool) 1893; priest, 1894; 
C. of St Benedict's, Everton, Lanes., 1893-6. C. of Litherland, 
1896-8. C. of St Margaret's, Brighton, 1898-1902. Minister 
of St John-the-Evangelist's chapel, Chichester, 1902-48. 
Married, 1903, Sarah Jessie, dau. of Ebenezer Prior. Died 
Oct. 31,1948. Brother of the next. {Peile,u. 757; Crockford; 
Who's Who in Sussex; The Times, Nov. i, 1948.) 

STEINITZ, EDWARD JOHN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Jan. 12, 
1884. S. of Charles Alexander. B. [Apr. 23, 1864], at Cam- 
berweU HaU, CamberweU. School, St Marys CoUege, 
Peckham; and at King's CoUege, London. Matric. Michs. 
1884- B.A. 1888; M.A. 1892. Ord. deacon (Liverpool) 1888; 
priest, 1889; C. of St Benedict's, Everton, Lanes., 1888-93. 
C. of St Paul's, Upper Norwood, 1893-4. V. of St Leonard s, 
Bootle, Lanes., 1894-1904. V. of St Mary's, Preston 1904-6. 
Married Sept. 30, 1897, Ethel, dau. of Hamilton Hancock, 
of London. Latterly of Chichester, where he died Dec. 2, 
1911. Brother of the above. (Crockford; Cambridge Ind. Press, 
Oct. 8, 1897; Peile, 11. 703.) 

STEINSCHEN, ARTHUR RAYMOND. Adm. at Clare, July 7, 
1891 [B. May 3, 1873.] School, RossaU. Matric. Michs. 
1891- B.A. 1894. Secretary and poUtical agent. Sometime 
of HUlsborough, Headington, Oxford, and latterly of 4, The 
Bungalows, Mundesley-on-Sea, Norfolk. (Rossall Reg.) 

STEINTHAL, ALFRED ERNEST. Adm. pens, at Trinity 
May 31, 1877. [Eldest] s. of [the Rev.] Samuel Alfred, of 
8 Nelson Street, Manchester. B. [May 5]. 1858, m Liverpool. 
From Owens CoUege, Manchester. Matric. Michs. 1877; 
Scholar, 1879; B.A. (3rd Wrangler and 2nd Simth's prize) 
i88i- M.A. 1884. Fellow, 1882. M.A., London. Adm. at 
Lincoki's Inn, 1880. Called to the Bar, Jan. 26, 1884. 
Treasurer of Manchester University. Registrar of the Chan- 
cery Court of Lancaster. Died Dec. i2, 1929, at East Horsley, 
Surrey. (Law Lists; Inns of CouH; Foster, Men at the Bar; 
The limes, Dec. 13, 1929.) 

STENHOUSE, JOHN MAITLAND. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
Oct 1, 1897. S. of W[Uliam], Major-General, Madras Infantry. 

B. Jan. 27, 1878, in India. School, Bedford Grammar 
(Mr Philpotts). Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900; B.Chir. 
1903; M.B. 1904. At the London Hospital; House Surgeon 
and House Physician there. Physician to Prince Leopold of 
Battenberg, with whom he spent two winters in Khartoum. 
Subsequently on the staff of the Union Medical College, 
Pekin. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.A.M.C.; 
M.C.); died of wounds received in action, Aug. 25, 1916. 
(Scott, MSS.; Medical Directories; Univ. War List; The 
Times, Sept. i, 1916; V. Hodson.) 

STENNING, ERNEST HENRY. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H., 
Oct. I, 1896. B. Feb. 10, 1877. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 
1903; M.A. 1907. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 1904; priest, 1905; 

C. of Newport PagneU, Bucks., 1904-7. C. of Linslade, 
1907-11. C. of St John-the-Evangelist, Newbury, Berks., 
1911-12. C. of St Mary's, Reading, 1912-21. V. of St John's, 
Newbury, 1921-46. Married and had issue. Of St John's 
Cottage, Priory Road, Wantage, in 1952. (Crockford.) 

STENNING, FREDERICK STOVELD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Apr. 12, 1864. [4th] s. of WiUiam [timber-merchant], of 
Halsford, East Grinstead, Sussex (and Mary ChUd). B. there, 
Nov 9, 1845. School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 
1864; B.A. 1868; M.A. 1871. Adm. Solicitor, 1870; practised 
at Maidstone. Married, Aug. 8, 1872, Sarah, 3rd dau. of 
Joseph Haycock, Esq., of Wells, Norfolk. Died Mar. 22, 
1914. Brother of the next. (Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; 
Law Lists; The Times, .A.ug. 10, 1872.) 

STENNING, GEORGE COVEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 21, 
1859. 2nd s. of WUliam, of Halsford, East Grinstead, Sussex 
(and Mary Child, eldest dau. of J. C. Joyer, of Denmark HiU, 
Surrey). B. [Sept. 23, 1840], at East Grinstead. Schools, 
Lancing College and Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1859; B.A. 
1863; M.A. i866. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1863; priest, 
1864; C. of Ryde, Isle of Wight, 1863-5. C. of Holy Trinity, 
Ryde, 1867-71. C. of St Mary's, Southampton, 1871-3. R. of 
Beaulieu, Hants., 1873-86. V. of AU Saints, Alton, 1886-^2. 
R. of Bishopstoke, 1892-6. R. and V. of Overton, 1896-1910. 
Hon. Canon of Winchester, 1899-1915. Married, Sept. 27, 
1870, Emily Louisa, eldest dau. of Capt. Edward Williams 
PiUungton, R.N., of Chilgrove, Sussex. Latterly of Southsea, 
where he died Dec. 7, 1915. Brother of the above. (Lancing 
Coll. Reg.; Record of Old Westminsters; Crockford; The Times, 
Dec. 10, 1915.) 
STENT, BRIDGER. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 29, 1840. 
S. of William, of Fittleworth, near Petworth, Sussex. 



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Stent, Robert William 

[B. May 3, 1820, at Tillington. School, Winchester.] Matric. 
Michs.'i840. Kept two terms. Lived at Fittleworth. Master 
of the Brighton Harriers. Died at Brighton, Feb. 2, 1870. 
(R. L. Arrowsmith; PeUe, 11. 469.) 

STENT, ROBERT WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 21, 
1888. S. of the Rev. Henry (Exeter CoUege, Oxford, 1849), 
V. of Fairlight, Sussex. B. there, Mar. 8, 1869. School, 
Hastings (private). Matric. Michs. 188S; B.A. 1891. Called 
. to the Bar, Inner Temple, Apr. 18, 1894. Second Lieut., 
R. Sussex Regt., 1900. Died Sept. 2, 1948, at Eastcott House, 
Easterton, Wilts. (Law Lists; Army Lists; The Times, 
Sept. 7, 1948.) 

STENT, WILLIAM ARCHIBALD HERBERT. Matric. Non- 
Coil., Michs. 1900. 

STEPHEN, ALEXANDER ROBERT GRAY. Adm. pens, (age 26) 
at Tri.nity, June 9, 1832. S. of Alexander. B. in Edinburgh. 
School, Edinburgh High. Matric. Michs. 1852. 

STEPHEN, ALFRED HAMILTON HEWLETT. Adm. pens, 
(age 19) at Trinity, Apr. 12, 1845. [Eldest] s. of Alfred [later 
Lieut. -Governor of New South \Vales (for whom see D.N.B.)]. 
B. in [Hobart], Tasmania. School, Sydney College, Australia. 
Matric. Michs. 1845; B.A. 1849; M.A. 18S4. Ord. deacon 
(London) 1849; priest (Sydney) 1850; C. of Christ Church, 
Sydney, N.S.W., 1849-53. Chaplain of Immigrants, Sydney, 
1854-55. V. of St Paul's, Sydney, 1855-84. Canon of 
St Andrew's Cathedral, 1869-84. Married, 1852, Rebecca 
Maria, 2nd dau. of George Cox, of Winboum, Mulgoa, near 
Sydney, and had issue. Died July i6, 1884, aged 58, at 
Sydney. (Scott, MSS.; The Guardian, Sept. 10, 1884; Burke, 
Col. Gentry, i. 42-4; Crockford.) 

STEPHEN, CHARLES ISAAC. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 18, 
1859. S. of William, lawyer. B. [Dec. 22, 1840], at Douglas, 
Isle of Man. School, King WUliam's College, Isle of Man. 
Matric. Michs. 1859; Scholar; B.A. 1863; M.A. 1874. Ord. 
deacon (Chester) 1864; priest, 1866; C. of Frankby, Cheshire, 
1864-70. Assistant Master at Birkenhead School, 1863-78. 
Head Master of Market Bosworth Grammar School, 1878-83. 
Head Master of the Junior Dept. of Reading School, 1883-7 
An Army 'coach' at Hampton Court, 1887-94. V. of Orton- 
on-the-Hill, Leics., 1894-1904. Died June 8, 1904, at Wem- 
bley. (King William's Coll. Keg.; Peile, u. 562; Crockford; 
The Times, June 14, 1906.) 

STEPHEN, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Magdalene, 
Oct. 9, 1812. [4th] s. of James, barrister, of London (for 
whom see D.iX.B.j. [B. 1794.] School, Little Shelford, 
Cambs. (Mr T. Thomason). [Apprenticed to a surgeon at an 
early age.] Matric. .Michs. 1812. Adm. Solicitor, c. 1819. 
Adm. at Gray's Inn, Jan. 11, 1831. Called to the Bar, 1849. 
Practised in Liverpool. Collected evidence abroad during the 
trial of Queen CaroUne. Originator of an organisation which 
played an important part in the anti-slavery agitation. 
Solicitor (unpaid) for the relief of pauper prisoners for debt. 
Knighted, in recognition of his services in the cause of negro 
emancipation, Feb. 14, 1838, the first person to be knighted 
by Queen Victoria. Went to Melbourne, Australia, 1855. 
Commissioner of Insolvent Estates at Geelong. Married, 
1821, Henrietta, eldest dau. of W. Ravenscroft. Author, 
miscellaneous, including Adventures of a Gentleman in search 
of a Horse (which had great popularity) and Adventures of an 
Attorney in Search of a Practice; Anti-Slavery Recollections; 
etc. Died June 20, 1879, at Melbourne. Brother of Henry J. 
(1802), James (1806) and William (1798); father of James W. 
(1840), of the next and of William R. (1844). (Boose, iii. 
725; Law Lists; Inns of Court; D.N.B.; Burke, Col. Gentry; 
Sir Leslie Stephen, Life of Sir James F. Stephen, i. 44.) 

STEPHEN, GEORGE MILNER ELMSLIE. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, June 4, 1847. S. of Sir George (above) (and 
Henrietta). B. at St John's, Hampstead. Bapt. May 17, 
1828. School, Pocklington. Did not reside. Brother of 
William R. (1844) and James W. (1840). (Law LisU.) 

STEPHEN, GEORGE VERNON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 5, 1880. [Only] s. of James Wilberforce (1840), barrister 
(and Katherine Rose). B. Jan. 30, 1862, at Caulfield, Victoria, 
Australia. Bapt. Mar. 16, 1862. Matric. Michs. 1880. Adm. 
at Lincoln's Inn, May 19, 1S81. (Inns of Court.) 

STEPHEN, HARRY LUSHINGTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. II, 1878. [3rd] s. of Sir James Fitzjames (1846), of 
24, Cornwall Gardens, London (and Mary Richenda, dau. 
of the Rev. John William Cunningham). B. [Mar. 2], i86u, 
in London. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1878; LL.B. 
1882; LL.M. 1904. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 26, 1882. 
Called to the Bar, June 17, 18S5. On the South Wales Circuit. 
Judge of the High Court of Calcutta, 1901-14. Knighted, 
1913. Alderman of the L.C.C., 1916-28. Succeeded his 
brother Herbert as 3rd Bart., Oct. 23, 1932. Order of the 
Crown of Belgium. Married, Dec. 24, 1904, Barbara, younger 
dau. of William Shore Nightingale, of Embley Romsey, and 
Lea Hurst, Derbs., and had issue a son. Author, Law of 
Support and Subsidence. Edited Oke's Synopsis and FormuUst; 



Stephen, James 

also a set of State Trials. Died Nov. i, 1945, at Hale Close, 
Fordingbridge, and was succeeded by his son. Brother of 
James K. (1878) and Herbert (1875). (Law Lists; Inns of 
CouH; Burke, P. and B.; Who's Who; The Times, Nov. 3, 
1945; Matrics. and Degrees, 1851-1900, calls him 'Henry 
Leslie.') 

STEPHEN, HENRY [JOHN]. Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. 6, 
1802. [2nd] s. of James, barrister-at-law (for whom see 
D.N.B.). Of Dorset. [B. Jan. 18, 1787, in St Christopher's, 
West Indies.] bcholar, 1803. Resided for eight terms. Adm. 
at Lincoln's Inn, Oct. 3, 1803. Called to the Bar, Nov. 24, 
1815. Made his name by a Treatise on Pleading, published 
1824. Serjeant-at-law, 1828. Published a Summary of the 
Criminal Law, which was translated into German, and New 
Commentaries on the Laws of England; this enjoyed a high 
reputation and became the standard work of its kind. Com- 
missioner in Bankruptcy at Bristol, 1842-60. Resided at 
Cleevewood, near Bristol. Lived latterly at Clifton. Married, 
1814, his cousin, Mary Morison, and had issue. Died Nov. 28, 
1864, at West Mall, Chfton. Brother of George (1812), James 
(1806) and William (1798); father of James (1839). (Boase, 
III. 726; Law Lists; G. Mag., 1865, i. 120; D.\.B.; Sir Leslie 
Stephen, Life of Sir James F. Stephen.) 

STEPHEN, HENRY WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 15, 1879. S. of Thomas Blanche (and Sophia Magdalene). 
B. Jan. 23, 1859, at Jaffna, Colombo. Bapt. .May 22, 1859. 
School, Pocklington Grammar (.Mr Wilkinson). Matric. Michs. 
1879. 

STEPHEN, HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 25, 1875. 
[Eldest] s. of Sir James Fitzjames (1846) [ist] Bart., of 
24, Cornwall Gardens, London (and Mary Richenda, dau. of 
the Rev. John WiUiam Cunningham). B. June 25, 1857, in 
London. School, Rugby. .Matric. Michs. 1875; LL.B. 1879; 
LL.M. 1882. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 8, 1878. CaUed 
to the Bar, June 29, 1881. On the South-Eastem Circuit; 
Clerk of .•\ssize, 1889-1927. .\ leading authority upon 
criminal law and practice. Succeeded his father as 2nd Bart., 
Mar. II, 1894. .Married, 1927, Mary Hermione, dau. of 
Sir Henry Stewart Cunningham, K.C.I.E., deceased. A con- 
stant contributor to The Times, The Scots (afterwards 
National) Observer and The Saturday Review. Several times 
re-edited, in conjunction with his brother. Sir Harry, his 
father's works, A Digest of the Criminal Law and A Digest of 
the Law of Evidence. Author, The Law Relating to Malicious 
Prosecution ; A Digest of the Law of Criminal Procedure in 
Indictable Offences; Prisoners on Oath; etc. Died Oct. 23, 
1932, at Brighton; buried at Banstead. Brother of James K. 
(1878) and Harry L. (1878). (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; 
Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; Who was Who; The 
Times, Oct. 24, 1932.) 

STEPHEN, JAMES (1798), see STEPHEN, WILLIAM. 

STEPHEN, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, June 12, 
1806. [3rd] s. of J[ames] (for whom see D.N.B.), of the 
Middle Temple. [B. Jan. 3, 1789, in Lambeth.] Matric. 
Michs. 1806; LL.B. 1812; LL.D. 1850. Adm. at Lincohi's 
Inn, Sept. 16, 1806. Called to the Bar, Nov. 11, 1811. 
Counsel to the Colonial Dept., 1813-25; Permanent Counsel 
to the Colonial Office and to the Board of Trade, 1825-36. 
Assistant Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies, 1834-6; 
Under-Secretary, 1836-47. Prepared the bUl for the abolition 
of slavery. A rapid and decided administrator; resigned his 
of&ce for reasons of health, 1847. Known as 'Mr Over- 
Secretary Stephen.' K.C.B. and P.C., 1847. Regius Professor 
of Modem History at Cambridge, 1849-59. Professor at the 
East India College, Haileybury, 1855-7. Married, Dec. 22, 
1814, Jane Catherine, dau. of the Rev. John Venn (1777), 
R. of Clapham. Author, Essays in Ecclesiastical Biography; 
Lectures on the History of France. Died Sept. 14, 1859, at 
Coblentz. Brother of " George (1812), Henry J. (1802) and 
William (1798); father of James F. (1846) and Leslie (1850). 
(Inns of Court; Burke, P. and B.; Boase, iii. 726; G. Mag., 
i860, I. 185-6; D.N.B.; Sir Leslie Stephen, Life of Sir James 
F. Stephen.) 

STEPHEN, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, Apr. 9, 1839. 
[Eldest] s. of Henry John (1802), Serjeant-at-law, of Sloane 
Street, London. B. [Sept. 16, 1820], in London. School, 
Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1839. Migrated to Queens', Jan. 29, 
1841. Hon. LL.D., Edinburgh, 1856. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
Jan. 23, 1843; at the Middle Temple, Nov. 28, 1845. Called 
to the Bar, Jan. 30, 1846. Professor of Law at King's College, 
London, 1850-64. Recorder of Poole, 1861-4. Registrar of 
Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds. Revising Barrister on the 
Western Circuit, 1862-4. Judge of the County Court, Lincoln, 
1871-94. Married, Sept. 3, 1850, Caroline Neville, dau. of 
Henry Davies, M.D. Edited his father's Commentaries and 
Lush's Common Law Practice and Principles of Pleading. 
Died Nov. 25, 1894, at Newport House, Lincoln. (Rugby 
Sch. Reg.; Venn, 11. 247; Law Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar; 
D.N.B. (sub his father).) 



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Stephen, James Fitzjames 

STEPHEN, JAMES FITZJAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
bept. 30, 1S46. [Second] s. of the Kt. Hon. Sir James (1806), 
Kegius Professor of Modern History, of 29, Westboume 
Terrace. 13. [Mar. 3J, 1829, in Kensington. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1847; B.A. 1852; M.A. 1857. Hon. Fellow, 
1885. Member of the 'Apostles' and well known at the 
Union, where he earned the nickname of 'The British Lion.' 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 2, 1851. CaUed to the Bar, 
Jan. 24, 1854. On the Midland Circuit. Secretary to the 
Education Commission, 1858-61. Recorder of Newark, 
1859-69. Q.C., 1868; Bencher, 1868. Legal Member of 
Council of Viceroy of India, 1869-72. University Counsel, 
1872-9. Professor of Common Law at the Inns of Court, 
1875-9. Judge of the Exchequer Division of the High Court, 
1879-91. K.C.S.I., 1877- Created Bart., 1891. Hon. D.C.L., 
Oxford, 1878; Hon. LL.D., Edin., 1884. Married, Apr. 19, 

1855, Mary Richenda, dau. of the Rev. John WiUiam Cun- 
ningham, V. of Harrow-on-the-Hill. Author, A General Vtew 
of the Criminal Law 0/ England; A Digest of the Law of 
Evidence; History of the Criminal LatL'; etc. Died Mar. 11, 
1894. Brother of Leslie (1850); father of Herbert (1875), 
Harry L. (1878) and James K. (1878). {Boase, ni. 727; Law 
Lists ; Inns of Court ; Foster, Men at the Bar ; Burke, P. and B. ; 
D.N.B.; Sir Leslie Stephen, Life of Sir James F. Stephen.) 

STEPHEN, JAMES GRANT. Adm. Fell.-Com. at St Catha- 
rine's, Nov. 21, 1853; re-adm. June 26, 1856. S. of [Capt.] 
William George [Bengal Engineers] (and Esther, dau. of the 
Rev. Thomas Truebody Thomason). B. in Calcutta. [Bapt. 
Aug. 26, 1819.] Educated privately. Cadet, Bengal Infantry, 
1837; Ensign, 1837; Lieut., 1841; Capt., 1850; Bt. Major, 

1856. Retired, 1856. Matric. Lent, 1854; B.A. 1861; M.A. 
1864. Adm. com. causa at Oxford, June 30, 1864. Died 
Feb. 22, 1897, at Cheltenham. (Al. Oxon.; V. Hodson.) 

STEPHEN, JAMES KENNETH. Adm. at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, Oct. 12, 1878. [2nd] s. of Sir James Fitzjames (1846), 
Knt., of 24, Cornwall Gardens, London. [B. Feb. 25, 1859.] 
Matric. Michs. 1878; Members' prize, 1880; Whewell Scholar, 
1881; (Hist. Trip., ist Class, 1881); B.A. 1882; Winchester 
Reading prize, 1883; M.A. 1885. Fellow, 1885. President of 
the Union, 1880. Member of the 'Apostles.' Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Nov. 13, 1880. Called to the Bar, June 25, 
1884. Tutor to H.R.H. Prince Albert Victor during his 
residence at Cambridge, 1883. Published and edited The 
Reflector, 1888, a weekly newspaper chietiy written by himself. 
Clerk of Assize, South Wales Circuit, 1888-90. Resided at 
Cambridge, 1890-2. An accidental blow on the head in 1886 
caused injuries, not perceived for some time, which finally 
affected his brain. Author, Living Languages, a pamphlet in 
defence of the compulsory study of Greek at the Universities; 
Lapsus Calami; Quo Musa lendis? Died Feb. 3, 1892. 
Portrait in King's College. Brother of Herbert (1875) and 
Harry L. (1878). (Boase, iii. 728; Law Lists; Inns of Court; 
Fo-^ter, Men at the Bar; D.N.B.; The Times, Feb. 5, 1892.) 

STEPHEN, JAMES WILBERFORCE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 25, 1840. [Eldest] s. of Sir George (1812), of 38, Broad 
Street Buildings, London (and Henrietta). B. Apr. 10, 1822. 
From King's CoUege, London (Mr T. G. HaU). Matric. 
Michs. 1840; B.A. (Ath Wrangler) 1844; M.A. 1847. FeUow, 
1848-52. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 8, 1844. Called to the 
Bar, Jan. 30, 1849. Went to Australia, 1855. Called to the 
Bar at Melbourne. Puisne Judge at Melbourne, 1871. Judge 
of the Supreme Court of Victoria, 1872. Married, Apr. 3, 
1851, Katharine Rose, 4th dau. of the Rev. Bowater James 
Vernon, sometime Senior Chaplain, H.E.I.C.S. Died Aug. 14, 
1881, at Fitzroy, near Melbourne. Father of George V. (1880); 
brother of George M. E. (1847) and William (1844). (Boase, 
III. 728; Law Lists; Burke, Col. Gentry, 1. 44.) 

STEPHEN, JAMES YOUNG. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 9, 
1861. S. of Oscar Leslie, of Arthurtie Lodge, Burton-on- 
Trent, Staffs. B. Feb. 10, 1843, at Dudley, Worcs. School, 
Repton. Matric. Michs. 1861; B.A. 1865. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, Nov. 11, 1870. Of Elmodesham House, Amersham, 
Bucks. Major, Leics. Militia. J. P. for Leics. and Beds. 
A Director of the North London Railway. Died Aug. 15, 
1909. (Repton Sch. Reg.; Inns of Court.) 

STEPHEN, JULIAN THOBY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 
1899. [Eldest] s. of LesUe (next), of 22, Hyde Park Gate, 
London (by his 2nd wife, Julia Prinsep). B. [Sept. 9], i88o, 
in London. School, CUfton College. Matric. Michs. 1899; 
Scholar, 1902; B.A. 1902. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 
June 27, 1906. Died Nov. 20, 1906, in London. (Clifton 
Coll. Reg.; Law Lists; The Times, Nov. 22, 1906.) 



Stephen Robert Campbell 

STEPHEN, LESLIE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Tui.-jity Hall, 
Feb. 2, 1850. [3rd] s. of Sir James (1806), K.C.B. (and Jane 
Catherine, dau. of the Rev. John Venn, R. of Clapham). 
B. Nov. 28, 1832, in London. School, Eton and at King's 
College, London. Matric. Michs. 1850; Scholar, 1851; B.A. 
(20th Wrangler) 1854; M.A. 1857; Hon. Litt.D. 1892. Fellow, 
1854-67; tutor, 1856-62. Hon. Fellow, 1891. Clark Lecturer 
at Trinity CoUege, 1883. Hon. D.Litt., Oxford, 1901; Hon. 
LL.D., Edinburgh, 1885. Ord. deacon (York) Dec. 21, 1855; 
priest (Ely) 1859. Coached his College boat for many years, 
and was renowned as a long distance runner and walker. He 
once walked from Cambridge, to dine in London, in 12 hours. 
Encouraged the inauguration of the Inter-Univ. sports, 1864. 
Member of the Alpine Club; President, 1865-82. Left Cam- 
bridge, 1864, to take up literary work in London. Adm. to 
the Inner lemple. May 27, 1867. Relinquished his Orders, 
1875. Married (i) June 19, 1867, Harriet Marian, younger 
dau. of W. M. Thackeray, the novelist, and had issue a dau. ; 
(2) Mar. 26, 1878, Julia Prinsep, widow of Herbert Duck- 
worth and youngest dau. of Dr John Jackson, of Calcutta, 
and had issue two sons and two daughters. K.C.B., 1902. 
Contributed regularly to the Saturday Review and Pall Mall 
Gazette. Literary critic to the Cornhill Magazine, and editor, 
1871-82. Formed friendships with many young writers who 
afterwards became famous, notably R. L. Stevenson, Thomas 
Hardy, Henry James, etc. George Meredith described him 
in The Egoist as Vernon Whitf ord, ' a Phoebus Apollo turned 
fasting friar.' Formed a Society of Sunday walkers called 
'The Tramps,' 1879, made up of his literary friends. His 
Essays on Free Thinking and Plain Speaking (1873) and his 
article An Agnostic's Apology in the Fortnightly Review made 
him a leader of the agnostic school; his Science and Ethics 
revealed his private convictions on the problems of life. First 
editor of the D.N.B., 1882-91 ; resigned for reasons of health. 
Author, The Playground of Europe; Hours in a Library; 
History of English Thought in the 18th Century; Life of Henry 
Fawcett; Life of Sir James Fitzjames Stephen; Social Rights 
and Duties; Sketches from Cambridge; etc. Died Feb. 22, 
1904. The sum of £630, contributed by his friends, was 
accepted by the University, 1905, for the endowment of the 
Leslie Stephen Lectureship in literature and biography. 
Brother of James F. (1846); father of the above. (D.N.B.; 
Who was Who; Burke, P. and B.; Inns of Court; F. W. 
Maitland, Life and Letters of Leslie Stephen; N. Annan, Leslie 
Stephen.) 

STEPHEN, LESSEL PALMER. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Sept. 12, 1890. S. of Lessel, Esq., advocate [of Aberdeen 
and] of Streatham Common, London, deceased. B. Feb. 8, 
1872, at Aberdeen. Schools, Dulwich College, Aberdeen and 
Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893. Adm. a 
Solicitor, 1897. Married, Sept. 10, 1908, Jane Sang, dau. of 
Edward Meldrum, D.L., of Dechmont, Linlithgowshire. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.A.S.C). Of 
18 Harley House, Regent's Park, London, N.W., in 1929. 
Died Feb. 14, 1936, in Kensington. (Dulwich Coll. Reg.; 
Uppingham Sch. Roll; Laiv Lists; The Times, Feb. 17, 1936.) 

STEPHEN, MERVYN CAMPBELL. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1894. [3rd] s. of Septimus Alfred, of O'Cormell Street, 
Sydney, N.S.W., Australia. School, Bath CoUege. Matric. 
Michs. 1894; B.A. 1898. CaUed to the Bar, Middle Temple, 
Nov. 19, 1900. On the South-Eastem Circuit. Died Oct. 20, 
1912, aged 36, at Bournemouth. Brother of Robert C. (1887). 
(Law Lists; The Times, Oct. 23, 1912.) 

STEPHEN, NORMAN KENNETH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Dec. 22, 1883. S. of [the Rev.] Thomas, of 2, MarchhaU 
Crescent, Edinburgh. B. June 24, 1865, at Kinloss, Moray- 
shire. School, Fettes. Matric. Michs. 1884; Scholar; (Class. 
Trip., Pt I, 1st Class, 1886; Pt II, 1st Class, 1888); Porson 
prize, 1885, 1886; Powis medal, 1886, 1887; Craven Scholar, 
1887; ChanceUor's medal, 1888; B.A. 1888; M.A. 1893. 
Assistant Master at Harrow (and some time House Master), 
1888-1925; during the absence of the Rev. Lionel Ford, 
acted as Head Master. Married, 1893, Laura, dau. of the 
Rev. Edward WeUdon, of Tonbridge. Died July 4, 1948, in 
London. (Fettes Coll. Reg.; Harrow Sch. Reg.; Who's Wlio; 
The Times, July 7, 1948.) 

STEPHEN, ROBERT CAMPBELL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 30, 1887. S. of Septimus [Alfred], of La Garde, Cannes. 
B. [Dec. 20, 1867], at Sydney, N.S.W., Australia. School, 
AU Saints CoUege, N.S.W. Matric. Michs. 1887. Second 
Lieut., 14th Hussars, 1890; Lieut., 1891; Captain, 1896; 
Major, 1904; Colonel, 19 14. Commanded 4th Cavalry Brigade 
at Meerut, 1915; 16th Cavaky Brigade in Mesopotamia, 
1916. C.B. Retired, 1919. Married, 1897, Mary, dau. of 
Henry Osborne, deceased. Latterly of ToUand Bay, Isle of 
Wight. Died Dec. 4, 1947, at Enbridge, near Newbury, 
Berks. Brother of Mervyn C. (1894). (Army Lists; Who's 
Who; The Times, Dec. 6, 1947.) 



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Stephen, Robert Swan 

STEPHEN, ROBERT SWAN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 4, 
1862 [Eldest] s. of John Clowes [H.M. Second Deemster], 
of Ramsay, Isle of Man (and Elizabeth). B. there [Nov. 30, 
1843] Bapt. Dec. II, 1843. School, King William's CoUege, 
Isle of Mail. Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 1866; M.A. 1876. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 7, 1864. Called to the Bar, 
Apr. 30, 1867. Adm. advocate of the Manx Bar, 1S68. 
Member of the Court of Tynwald ; Junior Member for Douglas 
in the House of Keys, i88i. Major, Isle of Man Rifle Corps, 
1868. Of Spring VaUey, Douglas. Married, July 16, 1872, 
Caroline, only dau. of Captain Mark Wilks Goldie, of Douglas. 
J P for the Isle of Man. Mayor of Douglas. Died Mar. 18, 
1903, at Capri, Italy. {King William's Coll. Reg.; Eagle, 
XXV. 207; Law Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar; The limes, 
Mar. 23, 1903.) 
STEPHEN, ST JOHN. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1875- Eldest s. 
of Johannes, zemindar, of Dacca, Bengal. B. there, Oct. 17, 
1854. School, St Paul's, Darjeeling. Matric. Michs. 1875; 
B.A. (192^ Wrangler) 1879; LL.B. i88i. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, Nov. 13, 1875. Called to the Bar, Apr. 21, 1880. 
Practised at Calcutta. Died Sept. 13, 1915, in Calcutta. 
[Venn, n. 420; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the 
Bar; The Times, Sept. 17, 1915-) 
STEPHEN, WILLIAM. Adm. at St John's, July 5, 1798- Of 
Middlesex. [Eldest, but illegitimate, s. of James (see 
D.N.B.).] [Subscribed as a Scholar as William and graduated 
as such; but recorded as James in St John's Adm. Reg.: 
William in Residence Reg.] .Matric. Lent, 1799; Scholar, 
1798- B.A. 1802; M.A. 1805. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 
July '15, 1804; priest (Ely) Oct. 20, 1805; C. of Comberton, 
Cambs., 1805. V. of Bledlow, Bucks., 1808-67. Chaplain to 
Henry, Lord Hood. V. of Stagsden, Beds., 1811-67. Died, 
. unmarried, Jan. i, 1867, aged 85. Brother of James (1806), 
Henry J. (1802) and George (1812). [Crockford; St John s Coll. 
Adm., IV. 492; Cambrtdge Chronicle, Jan. 5, 1867; Leslie 
Stephen, Life of Sir James F. Stephen.) 
STEPHEN, WILLIAM DUGUID. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 6,1866. [S. of Arthur, schoolmaster.] B. June 28, 1842, 
at The School House, Glass, Aberdeens. Matric. Michs. 1866; 
Scholar, 1867; B.A. Uth Wrangler) 1870; M.A. 1873- Fellow, 
1871-4. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1872; priest, 1873- R- °i Little 
Wilbraham, Cambs., 1876-87. R. of Landbeach, 1887-1910. 
Married, 1S74, Mary E. Benson. Died May 26, 1910. (Scott, 
MSS.; Crockford; I he Guardian, June 3, 1910.) 
STEPHEN, WILLIAM RAVENSCROFT. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, May 10, 1844. [andl s. of Sir George (1812), of Princes 
Risborough, Bucks, (and Henrietta). B. at St John's, Hamp- 
stead. Bapt. Apr. 12, 1826. Matric. Michs. 1844; B.A. 1848. 
Adm. at Lincohi's Inn, Jan. 16, 1849. Brother of George 
M. E. (1847) and James W. (1840). (Inns of Court.) 
STEPHENS, ALFRED METCALFE. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. i, 1892. S. of — [the Rev. James]. B. Jan 3, 
1874 at Plymouth. Schools, Bedford Grammar and Hull 
Choir. Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1896; M.A iSgg- Ord. 
deacon (Manchester) 1898; priest, 1899; C. of St Michaels, 
Hulme, 1898-1900. C. of St Stephen's, Elton, 1900-1. C. of 
St James's, Gorton, 1901-2. C. of St Paul's, Preston, 1902-6. 
Assistant Chaplain at H.M. prison, Wandsworth, 1906-7; 
Chaplain at H.M. prison, Warwick, 1907-8; at Leeds, 
1908-15; at Portland, 1915-21; at Nottingham, 1921-3; at 
Brixton 1923-9. Latterly of Arbour Lane, Pake&eld, Lowes- 
toft, where he died June 16, 1947. Brother of the next. 
(Crockford; Church 1 unes, June 27, I947-) 
STEPHENS, ARTHUR RALPH. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1897. S. of the Rev. J[ames], of 3. Devana Terrace, 
Huntingdon Road, Cambridge. B. [May 2, 1878], in Batavia. 
School, Perse, Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1902; 
M A. 1905. CaUed to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, June 12, 1907. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Corporal, R.A.S C; Staff 
Capt. ; wounded). Of Messrs Wiggins and Stephens, Zanzibar, 
in 1930. Brother of the above. (Law Lists; Vniv. War List.) 
STEPHENS, ARTHUR THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, May 7, 1847. S. of William. Matric. Michs. 1847. 
STEPHENS, DANIEL. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 10, 1887. 
[Eldest] s. of Daniel, master mariner [and steamship owner], 
of Jesmond, Newcastle-on-Tyne (and Mary Kendnck). B. 
Feb II 1866, at Brixham, Devon. School, Ashville CoUege, 
Harrogate (.Mr W. Richardson). Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 
1890. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 16, 1887. Called to 
the Bar, Nov. 17, 1891. On the North-Eastem Cu-cuit; 
special pleader. K.C., 1919; Bencher, 1924- One of the 
junior counsel for the 'Olympic' in the action arismg out of 
the collision between that vessel and H.M.S. Hawke. Married 
Edith dau. of R. Dickinson, of Gosforth, and had issue. 
Resided latterly at Littlestone-on-Sea, Kent. Died Mar. 17, 
1932. (Eagle, XLVii. m; Law Lists; Who's Who; The limes. 
Mar. 19 and 24, 1932-) 



Stephens, Henry Morse 

STEPHENS, DANIEL ROBERT PORRITT. Matric. Non-CoII., 
Michs. 1882. Adm. at Selwvn H., Oct. lo, 1882. [Eldest s. 
of Daniel Woolcott, of Hinderwell, Yorks. B. May 20, 1864.] 
B A. 1885; M.B. and B.Chir. 1889. At St Bartholomew's 
Hospital; House Surgeon there. M.R.C.S., 1889; F.R.C.S., 
1892. In practice at Hove, Sussex, in 1S97, and then at 
Lynton, Devon. Senior House Surgeon, South Devon and 
East Cornwall Hospital, Plymouth. Died Apr. 30, 1902. 
Brother of Henry W. (1882). (Medical Directories; Plarr, 
Lives of the Fellows; The Times, May 6, 1902.) 

STEPHENS, The Rev. DARELL. B.A. 1835, incorp. from Oxford; 
M..\. 1835. Adm. at Magdalene, Nov. 19, 1834. [B. Mar. 10, 
1771.] [2nd s. of Edward, of Plymouth (and Catherine, dau. 
of the Rev. John Bedford, V. of Charles, Plymouth). School, 
Blundell's, Tiverton.] Matric. from Exeter College, Oxford, 
May 17, 1790, age 19; B.A. (Oxford) i794- V. of Maker, 
ComwaU, 1797-1848. V. of Little Petherick, 1834-48. Mar- 
ried July 14, 1802, Mary, dau. of John. Bennett, of Lost- 
withiel, and had issue. Of Trewornan, V/adebridge, Cornwall, 
where he died Feb. 2, 1848. (Blundell's Sch. Reg.; Boase, 
Collect. Cornub., 929; Burke, L.G.; Cornwall Reg., 46; Al. 
Oxon.; G. Mag., 1848, i. 555! Clergy List; Foster, Index 
Eccles.) 

STEPHENS, EDWARD CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Mar. 1898. [Youngest] s. of Frederick [of Redhill, Surrey]. 
B. Apr. 26, 1873, at St John's, Lewisham. School, Sevenoaks 
Grammar. Matric. Lent, 1898; B.A. 1902; M.A. 1906. Ord. 
deacon (Southwell) 1902; priest, 1904; C. of Repton, Derbs., 
1902-6. C. of RedhiU, Surrey, 1906-8. V. of Fhtcham, 
Norfolk, 1908-16. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Chap- 
lain, R.N.). Chaplain, Mission to Seamen and V. of Holy 
Trinity, Dover, 1916-22. Chaplain, Mission to Seamen, port 
of London, 1922-33. V. of St Saviour's, Paddington, 1933-5- 
Chaplain of the Foundling Hospital Schools at Berkhamsted, 
1935-50. Married, Apr. 23, 1908, Evelyn Hope, 3rd dau. of 
Major Kingsley Foster, J. P., of Red hill . Died Nov. 15, 1950. 
(Crockford; The Times, Nov. 17, 1950.) 

STEPHENS, EDWARD DANIEL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Apr. 6, 1835. Matric. Easter, 1835, as Daniel Edward. 
A Daniel Stephens, 'B.A.,' was C. of Horton, Northumber- 
land, in 1841, and R. of Broughton, Lanes., 1845. Disappears 
from Clergy List, 1868. 

STEPHENS, ERNEST AITKEN. Matric. Non-Coll., Michs. 1899. 
Migrated to Corpus Christi; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1907. Ord. 
deacon (London) 1903; priest, 1905; C. of Christ Church, 
Isle of Dogs, 1903-6. C. of St Simon, Bristol, 1906-S. Dis- 
appears from Crockford, 1909. 

STEPHENS, EVAN. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 21, 1825. 
[Eldest] s. of Evan, Esq., of [Newtown], Montgom. (and 
Mary, dau. of Edward Morgan). [B. May 29, 1807.] School, 
Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1825; B.A. 1829. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn (age 20), Nov. 17, 1827. Died, unmarried, 
Oct. I, 1833. (Inns of Court; Burke, L.G.) 

STEPHENS, FREDERICK WILMOT. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Tesus, 1891. S. of R. Frederick, Esq. B. at St AusteU, 
Cornwall. School, Newton CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1891. 

STEPHENS, GEORGE. Hon. Litt.D. 1884. [S. of John, Wesleyan 
minister, of Ongar, Essex. B. Dec. 13, 1813, m Liverpool. 
Educated at private schools and at Umversity CoUege, 
London.] F.S.A. Archaeologist. Naturalized as a Danish 
subject, c. 1855. Lector in English language and hterature at 
Copenhagen, 1850-5; Professor of English and Anglo-Saxon 
there 1855 Lived also in Stockhohn where he taught English 
Uterature. One of the founders of the Society for publication 
of Ancient Swedish texts, 1843. Author, 1 he Old Northern 
Runic Monuments of Scandinavia and England. Died Aug. 9, 
1895, in Copenhagen. (D.N.B.) 

STEPHENS, GEORGE JONES (1828), see STEVENS, THOMAS J. 

STEPHENS, HENRY HALFORD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 24, 1870. S. of Richard, of Culver House, Exeter. B. 
there, June 3. 1852. Schools, HaUeybury and Lancing 
CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1870; B.A. 1875- Died Mar 18 1934, 
at 15 Raleigh Terrace, Exmouth; buried at Littleham. 
(Lancing Reg.; HaUeybury Reg.; The Times, Mar. 20, 1934.) 
STEPHENS, HENRY MORSE. .\dm. a member of King's 1893. 
Umversity Teacher (I.C.S. Board of Studies) m Indian 
History, 1892-5. [Eldest s. of John Edward Morse, M D., of 
Edinburgh. B: Oct. 3, 1857. School, HaUeybury.] Matnc. 
from BaUiol CoUege, Oxford, Jan. 22 1877, age 19; B.A. 
(Oxford) 1882; M.A. (Oxford) 1887. Adm. at Lincoln s Inn 
1881. Librarian of the Leeds Library, 1887^0. Professor of 
Modem European and EngUsh History at CorneU University, 
1895-1902. Professor of History at the Umversity of CaU- 



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fornia, 1902. LL.D., Harvard, 1909. Author, Story of 
Portugal; Principal Speeches of the Orators and Statesmen of 
the French Revolution ; Life of Albuquerque; European History, 
1785-1815. Co-editor of Select Documents of English Con- 
stitutional History. Editor of India, 1893. Died Apr. 16, 
1919. {Haileybury Reg.; Al. Oxon.; Who was Who.) 

STEPHENS, HENRY O'REILLY. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 14, 18S4. S. of Henry Charles, colour-manufacturer (and 
Margaret Agnes Mackreth). B. Apr. 28, 1865, in Finchley. 
School, Highgate (Mr J. J. Coggin) and in Geneva. Matnc. 
Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887; M.A. 1891. Died Jan. 27, 1936, at 
29, St Edmund's Terrace, London, N.W. (Htghgate Sch. Roll, 
Henry Fabius O'ReiUy; The Times, Jan. 30, 1936.) 

STEPHENS, HENRY WOOLCOTT. Matric. Non-Coil., Michs. 
1882. [2nd s. of Daniel Woolcott, marine surveyor, of Wood- 
ford. B. Nov. 7, 1865, at Hinderwell, Yorks. School, Forest, 
near Woodford, Essex.] Adm. at Selwyn H., and then at 
Sidney, Oct. 10, 1883. At St Bartholomew's Hospital. 
L.R.C.P.; M.R.C.S., 1890; D.P.H., 1898. Civil Medical 
Officer in the South African War, 1898-1902. Government 
Medical Officer, Swaziland; District Surgeon, Zululand; 
Medical Officer, Cape Govt. Railways, 1910. Subsequently 
practised at Woodstock, Cape Province. Brother of Daniel 
R. P. (1882). {Medical Directories.) 

STEPHENS, The Rev. JAMES PRICE. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. I, 1898. B. Mar. 4, 1869, in Devonport, Devon. 
School, Bedford Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1898. Ord. deacon 
(Sodor and Man) 1892; priest, 1895; C. of Lonan, Isle of Man, 
1892-5. C. of Fishtoft, Lines., 1896-8. C. of St George-the- 
Martyr, Southwark, 1900-2. C. of Warboys, Hunts., 1904-21. 
C. of Rockland St Mary and Hellington, Norfolk, 1921-2. 
V. of Pondsbridge, Hunts., 1922-31. Died July 26, 1931. 
(Crockford; The Guardian, Aug. 7, 1931.) 

STEPHENS, JOHN. Mus.Doc. 1763. Organist of Salisbury 
Cathedral, from 1746. Conducted the Gloucester Festival, 
1766. Died Dec. 15, 1780. A volume of Cathedral music by 
him, edited by Highmore Skeats, Organist of Ely Cathedral, 
was pubhshed in 1805. (Grove, Organists, v. I34-5-) 

STEPHENS, JOHN (1770), see STEVENS. 

STEPHENS, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Trinity, Mar. 27, 
1788. S. of Evan, of Crychell, Radnorshire. School, Kington, 
Herefordshire. Matric. Easter, 1789. 

STEPHENS, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Trinity, Oct. 20, 
1841. S. of John. B. at Carmarthen. School, Carmarthen 
(private). Matric. Michs. 1841; B.A. 1846; M.A. 1849. Called 
to the Bar, Middle Temple, Jan. 12, 1850. Of Trawsmawr, 
Carmarthens. Father of John W. W. (1884). 

STEPHENS, JOHN CLAYFIELD. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. 18, 1889. S. of John, Inland Revenue officer, of Burton- 
on-Trent (and Catherine Tomlin). B. May 3, 1870, at Norton, 
near Doncaster. School, Burton-on-Trent Grammar (the 
Rev. T. W. Beckett). Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1893; M.A. 
1900. Ord. deacon (London) 1900; priest (London) 1901; 
C. of St Paul's, Portman Square, 1900-3. C. of Christ Church, 
North Brixton, Surrey, 1903-5. C. of Christ Church, Harrow 
Road (formerly known as the Lock chapel), 1907-10. Chap- 
lain to the London Lock Hospital and V. of Christ Church, 
1910-25. Died Apr. 24, 1925- (Crockford.) 

STEPHENS, JOHN FREDERICK DOUGLAS. Adm. pens, (age 
19) at Pembroke, Oct. i, 1885. S. of F[rederick], Esq., of 
Sidcup, Kent. B. 1867, at Forest Hill. [School, Sevenoaks 
Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888; M.A. 1902. Ord. 
deacon (Gloucester and Bristol) 1890; priest, 1891; C. of 
St George's, BrandonHill, Bristol, 1890-8. V.of St Matthew's, 
Moorfields, Bristol, 1898-1906. V. of Highworth with Seven- 
hampton, Wilts., 1906-19. V. of Inglesham, Gloucs., 1908-17. 
Hon. Canon of Bristol, 1914-38. R. of Christian Malford, 
Wilts., 1919-38. Latterly of Crossways, Shefiord Wood, 
Newbury, Berks. Died Mar. 31, 1950, at Bath. (Crockford; 
J. T. Rule; The Times, Apr. 3, 1950.) 

STEPHENS, JOHN ROBERT WYKEN. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, May 29, 1873. Of Devon. S. of John, merchant (and 
Hannah). B. at Otterton. Bapt. Mar. 20, 1854. Matric. 
Michs. 1873. 

STEPHENS, JOHN WILLIAM WATSON. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 
1884. 2nd s. of John (1841), barrister-at-law, deceased, of 
TrawsmawT, Carm. (and Martha). B. Mar. 2, 1865, at Ferry- 
side, Carm. Schools, Christ College, Brecon and Dulwich. 
Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887; M.B. and B.Chir. 1893; John 
Lucas Walker student, 1897 ;M.D. 1899. At St Bartholomew's 
Hospital. D.P.H., 1894. Assistant Bacteriologist to the 
Government of India, 1897. Member of the Royal Society's 
malaria commission in Africa and India, 1898-1902. Walter 
Myers Lecturer at Liverpool, 1903-13. Alfred Jones Professor 
of Tropical Medicine at Liverpool, 1913-28. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C). F.R.S., 1920. 



Stephenson, Arthur John 

Member of Colonial Medical Research Conimittee, 1927. 
President, Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 
1927-9. Resided latterly at Holcwm, Ferryside, Carm. 
Married, Apr. 16, 1901, at Meerut, Mary Sophie, eldest dau. 
of Lieut.-Col. Edwin Capel Currie Sandys, Indian Stafi Corps. 
Author (jointly). Practical Study of Malaria and other Blood 
Parasites; The Animal Parasites of Man; Blachwater Fever. 
Editor, Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology. Died 
May 17, 1946. (Dulwich Coll. Reg.; Who's Who; Venn, 11. 
469; Medical Directories; The Times, May 18, 1946.) 

STEPHENS, LANCELOT PEPYS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Pem- 
broke, July 5, 1784. Only s. of Lancelot, shop-keeper and 
comb-maker, of London. B. there. Bapt. Feb. 9, 1766. 
School, Christ's Hospital. Matric. Michs. 1784; Scholar; B.A. 
1788; M.A. 1791. Assistant Master at a school at Clapton, 
1787-96. Ord. deacon (London) Apr. 30, 1797; priest, Aug. 12, 
1798. V. of Ugley and C. of Berden, Essex, 1814-16. V. of 
Clavering with Langley, 1816-33. Under-Master at Christ's 
Hospital, 1796-1817. R. of N. Cray, Kent, 1823-33. Died m 

1833, aged 69. (Christ's Hospital Exhibitioners; G. Mag., 

1834, I. 562.) 

STEPHENS, LAWRENCE JOHNSTONE. Adm. pens, at Caius, 
Apr. 26, 1847. S. of Joseph Johnstone, farmer, of Credenhill, 
Heref. B. there, 1828. Schools, Hereford Cathedral and 
Bridgnorth. Matric. Michs. 1847; B.A. 1851; M.A. 1855. Ord. 
deacon (Worcester) 1852; priest, 1853; C. of All Saints, 
Worcester, 1852-3. C. of Shawbury, Salop, 1853-5. C. of 
St Mary's, Glasgow, 1855-9. C. of Howick, Northumberland, 
1859-60. C. of Alnmouth, 1860-5. C. of East and West 
Anstey, Devon, 1866-7. V. of Owslebury, Hants., 1868-71. 
V. of Long Houghton, Northumberland, 1872-87. R. of 
Whatlington, Sussex, 1887-9. K. of Ashbumham with Pen- 
hurst, 1889-92. Latterly of Haddon House, Shirley Road, 
Worthing, where he died Sept. 11, 1894. (Venn, 11. 279; 
Crockford; The Guardian, Sept. 12, 1894.) 

STEPHENS, MICHAEL EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 14, 1886. Did not reside. [S. of Henry Charles, M.P., 
of Avenue House, Finchley, London. B. Sept. 10, 1868. 
School, Rugby.] In business in London. Of 11, Mount Street, 
London, and Cholderton, near Salisbury. (Rugby Sch. Reg.) 

STEPHENS, PETER STUART. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 
1898. S. of Thomas Walls, of Downe House, Richmond, 
Surrey. B. Nov. 22, 1878, in London. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901. A member of Lloyd's. 
Director of Thomas Stephens and Sons, Ltd. Of Coppice 
Lea, Merstham, Surrey, in 1946. Twice married. Died Oct. 7, 
1951. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; The Times, Oct. 10, 1951.) 

STEPHENS, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Clare, c. July, 1826. 
B. in Devon. Matric. Michs. 1827; B.A. 1831; M.A. 1835. 
V. of Frensham, Surrey, 1838-74. Married and had issue. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1876. 

STEPHENS, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. 24, 1785. 
Of Cornwall. [2nd s. of Samuel, Esq. (1746), of Tregenna 
Castle.] Matric. Michs. 1786; B.A. 1790; M.A. 1794. Adm. 
at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 16, 1789. Called to the Bar, June 20, 
1795. M.P. for St Ives, Cornwall, 1806-12 and 1818-20. Of 
Tregenna Castle, Cornwall and 49, Baker Street, London. 
A partner in the firm of Williams, Foster and Co., copper- 
smelters, of Swansea. High Sheriff of Cornwall, 1805-6. 
Married, Oct. 22, 1796, Betty, only dau. of Samuel Wallis, 
the circumnavigator and Commissioner of the Navy. Died 
Feb. 25, 1834, at Leamington. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 492 ; 
Inns of Court; Return of M.P.s; Boase, Collect. Cornub., 928; 
Boase, Biblio. Cornub., 850, 1358; G. Mag., 1834, 11. 110.) 

STEPHENS, THOMAS. Matric. Non-Coil., Lent, 1880. S. of 
John, Independent minister. B. Feb. 17, 1857, at Pantglass 
Sermy, Devynnock, Brecons. School, Non-Conformist 
Memorial College, Brecon. Adm. at St John's, Jan. 31, 1881. 

STEPHENS, THOMAS WOOD. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, 
July 5, 1764. S. of [the Rev.] Sheldon (1731). of Martin 
Hussingtree, Worcs. School, Bromsgrove. Matric. Michs. 
1764; Scholar, 1765; B.A. 1769. Fellow, 1771. Ord. deacon, 
Oct. 7, 1770, at a private ordination in Trinity Chapel by 
the Bishop of Peterborough at the request of the Bishop of 
London. (Northants. Clergy, xiii. 55.) 

STEPHENS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 8, 1840. 
Did not reside. 

STEPHENS, WILLIAM RICHARD COCK. Adm. sizar at 
Corpus Christi, Apr. 15, 1847. Of Devon. Matric. Michs. 
1847. 

STEPHENSON, ARTHUR JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 1, 1900. Of Worcs. S. of Enoch. B. Nov. 20, 1881, at 
HUJ Top, West Bromwich. School, Kidderminster Grammar. 
Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903. Assistant Master at Bridg- 
north Grammar School in 1906. (Camb. Univ. Year-book.) 



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STEPHENSON, AUGUSTUS FREDERICK WILLIAM KEPPEL. 
Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caios, Dec. 9, 1844. [Eldest] s. of 
Henry Frederick, Esq., Commissioner of Excise, of Arlington 
Street, St James (and Lady Mary, dau. of William Charles, 
4th Earl of Albemarle). [B. Oct. 18, 1827.] School, at home. 
Matric. Michs. 1845; B.A. 1849; M.A. 1853- Adm. at Lm- 
cohi's Inn, Dec. 19, 1845, age 19; at the Inner Temple, 
Jan. 24, 1852. Called to the Bar, Jan. 27, 1852. On the 
Norfolk Circuit. Recorder of Bedford, 1862-5. Procurator- 
General, 1876-94. Solicitor to the Treasury, i875-94- 
Directorof Public Prosecutions, 1884-94. K.C.B., 1885. Q.C., 
1890; Bencher, 1892. Married, Dec. 6, 1864, Eglantine, 
2nd dau. of the Rt. Hon. Edward Pleydell-Bouverie. Died 
Sept. 26, 1904, at Salisbury. Brother of Sussex V. (1852) 
and Russell M. (1863) ; father of Frederick W. (1890) and Guy 
(1884). {Venn, 11. 269; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, 
Men at the Bar; Burke, P. and B. ; Walford, County Families; 
Who was Who; The Times, Sept. 28, 1904.) 
TEPHENSON, BRYANT CHARLES. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 
1876. [Youngest] s. of the Rev. J[ohn Joseph] (1845), V. of 
St John's, Weymouth. B. [Feb. 27], 1859, at Weymouth. 
School, Marlborough College. Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. 
1880; M.A. 1893. At first studied medicine. Ord. deacon 
(London) 1882; priest, 1883; C. of St Peter's, Eaton Square, 
1882-4. Failing in health, went to Australia, 1884. Chaplain 
to the Bishop of Tasmania, 1884; to the Bishop of Adelaide, 
1885-94. Died July 29, 1894, at Bishop's Court, Adelaide. 
Brother of John J. (1873). (Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Crock- 
ford; Venn, 11. 424.) 
STEPHENSON, CECIL MACKINTOSH. Adra.. pens, (age 18) at 
Pembroke, June 13, 1838. 7th s. of Rowland McDonald 
fbanker], late of Romford, Essex (and Mary Eliza). B. there, 
Nov. 14, 18 19. School, Merchant Taylors'. Matnc. Michs. 
1838; Scholar. Went to New Zealand. Afterwards on the 
staff of the East Indian Railway. Died in i875- M.I. m 
Calcutta cathedral. (Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.) 
STEPHENSON, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, 
June 23, 1846. Eldest s. of Charles, mercer, of Addiscombe, 
Surrey. B. at Hackney. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1846; 
B.A. 1850; M.A. 1853. Ord. deacon, 1851; priest, 1852; C. of 
Kentish Town Chapel, Lower Craven Place, 1856. C. of 
Waterden, Norfolk, 1867-9. C. of St Margaret's, Kmg s 
Lynn, Norfolk, 1869-71. C. of Hawarden, Flmts., 1871-3. 
V. of Flaxley, Gloucs., 1873-6. C. of Wavertree, Lanes., 
1881-3. V. of Wood DaUing, Norfolk, 1883-8. Latterly of 
'Eknstone,' Beckenh^m. Died Jan. 3, 1894, 'late of Mitcham, 
Surrey.' Brother of Henry M. (1857). (Eton Sch. Lists; 
Crockford.) 
STEPHENSON, COOKSON. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Mar. 6, 185 1. [Only] s. of WiUiam. B. Nov. 30, 1833, at 
Holmfirth, Yorks. School, Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 185 1; 
B.A. 1855; M.A. 1859. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 25, 1854. 
Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 1859- On the Northern Circuit. 
J.P. for the West Riding, 1870-84. Married, Aug. 25, 1859, 
Mary Anne, dau. of C. S. Floyd, solicitor, of Huddersfield. 
Died Jan. 3, 1894. (Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; Inns of 
Court; Foster, Men at the Bar.) 
STEPHENSON, FRANK. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Jan. n, 1890. 
S. of WiUiam. B. [Aug. 24, 1871], in Brixton, London. 
School, City of London. Matric. Michs. 1890; Scholar; B.A. 
(Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1893; Cams prize, 1893; Wm- 
chester Reading prize, 1893; (Theol. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 
1895); M.A. 1898. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 1895. Lie. Pr., 
dio. of Manchester, 1895-1901. Assistant Master at Rossall 
School, 1895-1900; at Cheltenham College, 1901-6. Head 
Master of Felsted School, 1906-33. Died Nov. 17, 1936- at 
Felsted. (Peile, 11. 757; Crockford; Who's Who; The Times, 
Nov. 19, 1936.) 
STEPHENSON, FREDERICK WALTER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 17, 1890. S. of Sir Augustus [F. W. K.] (1844), of 
46, Ennismore Gardens, London. B. Sept. 2, 1872, in London. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893. A Char- 
tered Accountant. Partner in Coutts and Co., bankers. Of 
Church Farm, Melbury Abbas, Shaftesbury. Brother of Guy 
(1884). (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 
STEPHENSON, GEORGE WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, July 2, 1785. Of Northants. Matric. Michs. 1786; 
Scholar; B.A. 1790; M.A. 1793- Ord. priest (Peterb.) i794- 
(Northants. Clergy.) 
STEPHENSON, GUY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 23, 1884. 
[Eldest] s. of [Sir] Augustus [F. W. K.] (1844), of 46, Emus- 
more Gardens, London. B. Nov. 5, 1865, in London. School 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887; M.A. 1891. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, Nov. 7, 1884. Called to the Bar, 
Nov. 19, 1888. On the South-Eastem Circuit. Assistant 
Solicitor to the Treasury, 1905-8 ; Assistant Director of Public 
Prosecutions, 1908. C.B., 1915. Knighted, 1923- Capt., 



2nd Vol. Batt., the Wilts. Regt. Joint editor of 22nd and 
23rd editions of Archbold's Criminal Pleading. Married, 
1905, Gwendolen, dau. of the Rt. Hon. J. G. Talbot. Died 
Oct. 17, 1930, in London. Brother of Frederick W. (1890). 
(Law Lists; Inns of Court; Who's Who; The Times, Oct. 18, 
1930-) 

STEPHENSON, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Jan. 7, 
1808. Matric. Easter, 1808; LL.B. 1814. Adm. at the Middle 
Temple, Feb. i, 1811. Called to the Bar, Feb. 11, 1814. 
(Law Lists ; Inns of Court.) 

STEPHENSON, HENRY MAJOR. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Oct. 12, 1857. S. of Charles, merchant [of Acton]. B. Apr. 23, 
1839, in London. Schools, Lancing College and King's 
College. Matric. Michs. 1857; Scholar, 1858; B..\. (gth 
Classic) 1861; M.A. 1864. Fellow, 1864-7. Incorp. at 
Durham, 1884. Hulsean Lecturer, 1888. Assistant Master at 
Marlborough CoUege, 1861-3. Ord. deacon (York) 1864; 
priest, 1873. Vice-Principal of Liverpool College, 1863-72; 
Head Master of St Peter's School, York, 1872-87. V. of 
Bourn, Cambs., 1887-92. R. of Toft with Caldecote, 1892-5. 
R. of Kegworth with Isley-Walton, Leics., 1895-1922. 
Author, Christ, the Life of Men. Edited Classical Texts. 
Died Apr. 12, 1922, at Kegworth. Brother of Charles (1846); 
father of Henry S. (1894). (Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Lancing 
Reg.; Peile, 11. 555; Crockford.) 

STEPHENSON, HENRY SPENCER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 4, 1890. S. of Sussex Vane (1852). B. Nov. 4, 1871, at 
Mahabaleshwar, India. School, Sherborne. Matric. Michs. 
1890; B.A. 1893; M.A. 1897. Ord. deacon, 1895; priest, 1896; 
C. of Willington, Durham, 1895-1900. R. of Allendale, 
Northumberland, 1900-9. V. of Christ Church, Gateshead, 
1909-14. R. of Gateshead, 1914-52-. Hon. Canon of Durham, 
1922. Chaplain to the King, 1938-52-. Freeman of Gates- 
head, 1946. (Sherborne Reg.; Crockford; Who's Who.) 

STEPHENSON, HENRY STANLEY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Oct. I, 1894. S. of the Rev. Henry Major (1857). B. June 9, 
1874, in York. Schools, St Peter's, York, and Blau- Lodge, 
Stirlmgs. Matric. Michs. 1894; B..\. 1897; M.A. 1920. Ord. 
deacon (Lichfield) 1898 ; priest, 1901 ; C. of St Jude's, Hanley, 
1898-1902. C. of Kegworth with Isley-Walton, Leics., 
1902-3. Assistant Chaplain, AOahabad Cathedral, 1903-6. 
Chaplain (Eccles. Est.) at Quetta, 1906-7; Multan, 1907-8; 
Campellpur, 1908-9; Hyderabad (Sindh), 1909-10; West 
Ridge with Murree Gullies, 1910-12; Simla, 1913-14; 
Peshawar, 1915-16; Dalhousie, 1916-17. Senior Cathedral 
Chaplain, Lahore, 1917-18. Bishop's Chaplain, dio. of 
Lahore, 1918-25. Hon. Canon of Lahore Cathedral, 1919-26. 
V. of Methwold, Norfolk, 1925-6. R. of Lutterworth, Leics., 
1926-38. R. of Ashby Parva, 1933-8- Hon. Canon of 
Leicester, 1934-8. R. of Melbury Osmond with Melbury 
Sampford and Stockwood, Dorset, 1938-5 1- (Peile, 11. 794; 
Crockford.) 

STEPHENSON, JOHN ARNOLD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1900. S. of the Rev. John Joseph (1873), V. of 
St Saviour's, Denmark Hill. B. June 12, 1881, at Denmark 
Park. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1900. Ord. deacon 
(Southwark) 1906; priest, 1907; C. of St Saviour's, Champion 
Hill, 1906-9. C. of Crookham, Hants., 1910-12. C.ofFrimley, 
Surrey, 1912-13. Resided subsequently at Frimley, where 
he died June 9, 1916. (Scott, MSS.; The Times, June 12, 
1916.) 

STEPHENSON, JOHN ERNEST. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Tune 13, 1877. S. of John. B. [July 15, 1859]. at Bumham, 
Barton-on-Humber. School, St Peter's, York. Matric. Michs. 
1877; B.A. 1881. Adm. Solicitor, 1885 (Messrs Sidney Smith 
and Son, London). Died in 1902. (Peile, u. 656; Law Lists.) 

STEPHENSON, JOHN HOLLIER. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity Jan 27,1817. S. of WiUiam. B. in London. School, 
London.' Matric. Michs. 1817; B.A. 1821; M.A. 1825 Ord. 
deacon (Hereford) 1824; priest, 1824. R. of Dengie, Essex, 
1825-41. P.C. of Elstead, Surrey, 1836-41, R.of Corrmgham, 
Essex, 1841-61. Died Aug. i, i86i, aged 62, in Wilton Place, 
London. (Clergy List; Crockford; G. Mag., 1861, 11. 332; 
Brayley, Surrey, v. 293.) 

STEPHENSON, JOHN JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Caius, May 26 
1845 S. of Joseph, of the Bank of Ireland. B. Mar. 1826, at 
Drumcondra, Co. Dublin. Schools, Dublin (private). Matric. 
Michs. 1845; B.A. 1849; M.A. 1853- One of the founders of 
the Cambridge Prayer Union, 1848. Ord. deacon (Salisbury) 
1849- priest, 1850; C. of Melcombe Regis, Dorset, 1849-55- 
V. of St John's, Weymouth, 1855-1905. Canon of Salisbury, 
1881. Died Apr. i, 190s, at Weymouth. Father of Bryant C. 
(1876) and the next. (Venn, 11. 272; Crockford, John only.) 



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Stephenson, John Joseph 

STEPHENSON, JOHN JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Apr. 5, 1873. Of Dorset. [S. of the Kev. John Joseph (above).] 
B. Sept. 3, 1853, at Weymouth. School, Haileybury. Matric. 
Easter, 1873; Scholar, 1874; B.A. 1877; M.A. 1881. Ord. 
deacon (Rochester) 1877; priest, 1878; C. of St John's, Penge, 
1877-9. C. of Kensington, 1879-81. V. of St Saviour's, Den- 
mark Hill, 1881-3. Married, July 29, 1880, Anne Meigh, dau. 
of Francis Peek, of Sydenham Hill. Died Jan. i, 1883, at 
Sandhurst, Victoria, Australia. Brother of Bryant C. (1876) ; 
father of John A. (1900). {Haileybury Reg.; Crockford; The 
Guardian, Jan. 4, 1883.) 

STEPHENSON, JOHN WILLIAM JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 19) 
at Trinity, Mar. 7, 1856. [Only surv.] s. of John, physician, 
of Montreal, Canada. B. there. School, Montreal High. 
Matric. Michs. 1856; Scholar, 1859; B.A. (8th Wrangler) 
i860. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 27, 1865. Called to 
the Bar, June 11, 1867. Junior Examiner in the Education 
Dept. of the Privy Council, 1871-6; Examiner, 1876; 
Assistant Secretary, Education Dept. Married, Dec. 14, 
1869, Margaret, eldest dau. of Joseph Stirling Coyne, de- 
ceased. Died Jan. 2, 1910, at Sidmouth, Devon. Father of 
Philip T. (1890). {Law Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar; The 
Times, Jan. 4, 1910.) 

STEPHENSON, JOSEPH WILFRED HENRY. Adm. pens, at 
Emmanuel, Oct. i, 1874. Matric. Michs. 1874. 

STEPHENSON, JOSHUA. Adm. pens, at Pembroke, July 9, 
1786. S. of the Rev. George, R. of Barton, Northants. 
Migrated to St John's, Nov. 25, 1786. Matric. Michs. 1787; 
Scholar, 1787; B.A. 1791; M.A. 1795. Wort's travelling 
bachelor, 1791. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) July 15, 1798; priest 
(Lincoln, Litt. dim. from Peterb.) Sept. 23, 1798; C. of 
Cranford St Andrew, Northants., 1798; R. there, 1798-1800. 
R. of Selworthy, Somerset, 1802-63. Three Latin letters of 
his are preserved in the University library. Died Oct. 14, 
1863, aged 93. {St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 493; Crockford; 
Northants. Clergy, xiii. 63; G. Mag., 1863, 11. 660.) 

STEPHENSON, LAWRENCE. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, 
Jan. 27, 1819. B. at Beverley, Yorks. School, Beverley 
Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1819; Scholar, 1822; B.A. {12th 
Wrangler) 1823; M.A. 1826; B.D. 1833; D.D. 1844. Fellow, 
1826-35. Sadlerian Lecturer, 1826-35. Ord. deacon (Bristol, 
Litt. dim. from Ely) May 14, 1826; priest (Ely) May 21, 1826. 
R. of Souldern, Oxon., 1835-89; responsible for building the 
village school there. Married, Aug. 23, 1836, Anne, dau. of 
Robert Anderson, of Cambridge. Died June 21, 1889, aged 87. 
Father of the next. {Eagle, xvi. 53; Crockford; The Guardian, 
June 26, 1889; Cambridge Chronicle, Aug. 26, 1836.) 

STEPHENSON, LAWRENCE. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 7, 
1858; re-adm. sizar, Oct. 8, 1859. S. of the Rev. Lawrence 
(above) (and Anne). B. at Souldern, Oxon. Bapt. Apr. 13, 
1839. Matric. Michs. 1859; B.A. 1863. Married, Dec. 17, 
1878, at Sydney, New South Wales, Emma Lilias, 2nd dau. 
of ihe Rev. C. D. Goldie, V. of St Ives, Hunts. (The Gtiardian, 
Feb. 26, 1S79.) 

STEPHENSON, MARK ANTHONY. Adm. pens, at Clare, 
July 5, 1767. B. at Scarborough. Matric. Michs. 1768; B.A. 
(2nd Wrangler) 1772; M.A. 1775. Fellow, 1773. Junior 
Proctor, 1778. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1773; priest, 1774. 
V. of Lillington, Warws., 1782-90. Founder of a College 
scholarship. Died in 1790. (Northants. Clergy, xiii. 59.) 

STEPHENSON, MILL. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1876. Youngest s. 
of William, newspaper-proprietor, deceased. B. Oct. 20, 
1857, in Hull. School, Richmond, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 
1876; B.A. 1880. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Oct. 5, 1880. 
Called to the Bar, June 17, 1885, but does not appear ever 
to have practised. F.S.A., 1888. The acknowledged authority 
on monumental brasses . Also interested in Roman antiquities ; 
superintended the Silchester excavations for the greater part 
of the many years during which they were carried out by the 
Society of Antiquaries. Author, A List of Monumental 
Brasses in the British Isles, etc. Died July 29, 1937. (Law 
Lists; Inns of Court; Antiquaries Journal, Oct. igsy; Venn 11 
422.) 

STEPHENSON, PHILIP TORRANCE. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 
1890. S. of John William James (1856), barrister and H.M.' 
Inspector of Schools (and Margaret Coyne). B. Aug. 23, 1871, 
at Peckham Rye. School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1890; 
B.A. (i8th Wrangler) 1893. Taught mathematics and science 
at Chateau de Versailles, St Servan, France, 1898. Assistant 
Master at the Mercers' School, 1899; at Berkhamsted, 
1906-10; at the Technical School, Leicester, 191 1; at Maiden- 
head County School, 1911-13; at the Central Foundation 
School for Boys, Cowper Street, London, 1913-19-. Died 
Oct. II, 1934, at Brighton. (St Paul's Sch. Reg.; Venn, u. 
516; Schoolmasters' Directories.) 



Stericker, Frederick Walter 

STEPHENSON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 20, 1866. 
S. of George Robert. B. June 9, 1848, at Blackheath, Kent. 
School, Surrey (private). Matric. Michs. 1867; B.A. 1872. 

STEPHENSON, ROBERT. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1894. S. of 
Robert, farmer, of Burwell, Cambs. B. there, July 3, 1876. 
School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897; M.A. 
1901. Partner in the firm of Messrs R. Stephenson and Son, 
manufacturers of Portland cement. Chairman, Cambs. 
County Council, 1901-4. Of The Manor House, Burwell, 
Cambs., where he died Oct. 27, 1929. (The Times, Oct. 28, 
1929.) 

STEPHENSON, ROBERT CECIL. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1888. 
S. of the Rev. Robert, V. of St James, Southport (and Char- 
lotte Lucy Taunton). B. Mar. 6, 1868, at Aston, Warws. 
School, private. Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891. Acted with 
the Geisha company at Daly's Theatre in 1898. Teacher of 
voice production in London in 1910. (Venn, 11. 502.) 

STEPHENSON, RUSSELL MAULE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Mar. 2, 1863. S. of Henry Frederick [M.P.] (and Lady Mary, 
dau. of the 4th Earl of Albemarle). B. Jan. 3, 1846, in 
London. School, King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 
1863; B.A. 1867. Went to Canada, where he was associated 
with Lord Mountstephen and Lord Strathcona. A director 
of the Hudson's Bay Company for many years. Died Apr. 
1927. Brother of .Augustus F. W. K. (1844) and Sussex V. 
(1852). (Scott, MSS.; The Times, May 3, 1927.) 

STEPHENSON, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Trinity, 
July 7, 1783. S. of Samuel [nail-factor], of Ecclesfield, Yorks. 
School, Sheffield Grammar [and Manchester Grammar]. 
Matric. Michs. 1784; B.A. 1788; M.A. 1791. C. of Thumscoe, 
Yorks. Officiated at Lydgate, Yorks., 1790, during the non- 
residence of the vicar, and nominated as his successor, 1796. 
C. of Chorlton Chapel, Manchester, in 1801. Died in 1801 
at Hulme, Manchester. (Manchester Sch. Reg.) 

STEPHENSON, SAMUEL GEORGE WILLOWS. Adm. pens, 
(age 18) at Jesus, Oct. 1886. S. of Leslie WiUiam. B. at 
Walmsgate, Lines. School, Loughborough (Mr Colgrove). 
Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1895. Assistant Master 
at Sevenoaks School in 1906. (Camb. Univ. Year-book.) 

STEPHENSON, SUSSEX VANE. Adm. pens, at Caius, Feb. 23, 
1852. S. of Henry Frederick, Esq., commissioner of Inland 
Revenue. B. May 9, 1832, in Piccadilly, London. School, 
King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 1852. Lieut.-Col., 
Scots Fusiliers. Served in the Crimea and in Canada, 186 1-2. 
Military Secretary to Sir A. Spencer, K.C.B., C.-in-C, 
Bombay Army. Married Melita, dau. of Sir A. Spencer. 
Died June 28, 1872, of cholera, at Poona. M.I. in the Guards 
Chapel, Windsor, and at Wellington barracks. Brother of 
Augustus F. W. K. (1844) and Russell M. (1863); father of 
Henry S. (1890). (Venn, 11. 307.) 

STEPHENSON, THOMAS WILKINSON. Adm. pens, at St 
Catharine's, Feb. 5, 1874. S. of William Fowler. B. at 
Ripon, Yorks. Matric. Lent, 1874; Scholar; B.A. 1877. Ord. 
deacon (St Albans) 1878; priest, 1879; C. of Boxmoor, Herts., 
1878-9. MinorCanonof Chester, 18 79-Si. C. of Darrington, 
Yorks., 1881-4. Minor Canon, Precentor and Master of the 
Cathedral Choristers' School, Carlisle, 1884-91. V. of Ad- 
dingham with Gamblesby, Cumberland, 1891-1936. Hon. 
Canon of Carlisle, 1919-36. Married (i) Apr. 7, 1880, Lucy 
Clare, dau. of the Rev. J. M. Ward, V. of Clapham; (2) Frances 
Sutherland Meek. Composer of Ships that Pass in the Night, 
and other songs, anthems, etc. Died Feb. 11, 1936, aged 80. 
(Crockford; Who ivas Who; The Times, Feb. 14, 1936.) 

STEPHENSON, WILFRED TETLEY. Adm. pens, at St Catha- 
rine's, June 21, 1894. S. of the Rev. Jacob [V. of Forton, 
Hants.]. B. Apr. 15, 1876, at Battersea, Surrey. School, 
Portsmouth Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. (\6th 
Wrangler) 1897; M.A. 1926. With the North-Eastern Railway 
Co., 1898-1906. Lecturer at the London School of Economics, 
1906-9; at the City and Guilds College, 1909-15. Statistical 
Officer, London Underground Railways, 1915-19. Manager, 
Railway Research Service, 1924-9. Sir Ernest Cassell Reader 
in Commerce, with special reference to Transport, at the 
London School of Economics and Political Science, 1922-39. 
Author, Resources of the British Empire — Communications, 
etc. Of 10, Spencer Hill, Wimbledon. (Schoolmasters' 
Directories.) 

STERICKER, FREDERICK WALTER. Adm. at Clare, Jime 7, 
1879. Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883; M.B. 1886; M.A. 1893. 
M.R.C.S. and L.S.A., 1885. Surgeon, R.N. Retired as Fleet 
Surgeon in 1897. (Medical Directories; Navy Lists.) 



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Sterling, Anthony Coningham 

STERLING, ANTHO>fY CONINGHAM. Adm. pens, (age i8) at 
Trinity, June 14, 1823. [Eldest] s. of [Captainj Edward 
(and Hester, dau. of John Coningham, of Londonderry). B. 
at Dundalk [1S05], Louth. School, Greenwich, Kent. At 
Glasgow Univ., 1821-3. Matric. Michs. 1823. Ensign, 24th 
Foot, 1826; Captain, 73rd Foot, 1834. Served in the Crimea, 
1854-5, as Brigade Major and later as A.A.-G., Highland 
Division; present at the Alma, Balaklava and Inkerman and 
the siege of Sebastopol; Order of the Legion of Honour; 
Turkish medal, Medjidie, 4th class. Retired as Colonel, 1S57, 
but served again as Military Secretary to Sir Colin Campbell 
in the Indian Mutiny, 1858-9. C.B., 1855; K.C.B., i860. 
Married, 1829, Charlotte, dau. of Major-General Joseph 
Baird. Author, Russia under Nicholas I (a translation) ; 
Letters from the Army in the Crimea, icritten by a Staff Officer; 
The Story of the Highland Brigade in the Crimea. Died Mar. 1, 
1871, in London. Brother of John (1824). (D.N.B.) 

STERLING, JAMES WIDMAN. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 28, 1778. B. in the parish of St George's, Hanover 
Square, London. Matric. Michs. 1778; Scholar, 1778; B.A. 
1782. 

STERLING, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Feb. 9, 
1824. [2nd] s. of [Captain] Edward (for whom see D.N.B.) 
[of South Place, Knightsbridge, London]. B. [July 20, 1806], 
at Kames Castle, Bute. School, Christ's Hospital, London. 
At Glasgow Univ., 1822-4. Matric. Michs. 1824. Left Cam- 
bridge; but adm. at Trinity HaD, Mar. 20, 1826; Scholar, 
1827; B.A. 1834; M.A. 1838. President of the Union, 1827. 
One of the original members of the Apostles Club. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, Apr. 30, 1828. Co-editor, with Maurice, 
of the Athenaeum, 1829. Helped to organise an unsuccessful 
expedition to overthrow the Spanish government, 1830. 
Married, Nov. 2, 1830, Susannah, dau. of Lieut. -General 
Bcirton, Life Guards. Went to St Vincent in the West Indies 
for the sake of his health, where he was almost killed by a 
hurricane. Ord. deacon, 1834; C. (to the Ven. JuUus Hare, 
Archdeacon of Sussex) at Hurstmonceaux, Sussex, 1834-5. 
Relinquished the curacy on account of his health (Carlyle 
says on account of religious doubts). Founded the Sterling 
Club, 1838. Friend of Carlyle and rendered famous by 
Carlyle's biography, 1851. Archdeacon Hare also wrote his 
life. Spent a great deal of time at Falmouth, where he became 
intimate with the Quaker family of Fox. Barclay Fox wrote 
of him in 184 1 — 'His eloquence was like a clear cascade. His 
knowledge seems almost universal.. . .To know him is a 
privilege the highest might be proud of.' .Author, Arthur 
Coningsby; Poems; Strafford. Lived latterly at Ventnor, Isle 
of Wight, where he died of consumption, Sept. 18, 1844. 
Brother of Anthony C. (1823). (D.N.B.; WUson Harris, 
Caroline Fox; W. B. Donne and his Friends; Thomas Carlyle, 
Life of John Sterling; G. Mag., 1844, 11. 438.) 

STERLING, JOHN BARTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 21, 
1859. [Youngest] s. of John. B. [Oct. 12, 1840], at Clifton, 
near Bristol. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1859. After short 
service in the Navy, joined the 8th Regt. of Foot as Ensign, 
1861; Lieut., Coldstream Guards, 1861; Capt., 1866; Lieut. - 
Colonel, 1873; Colonel, 1885. Served at Suakim; wounded at 
Tel-el-Kebir. Major-General, 1896. Retired, 1901. Married, 
Oct. 2, 1863, at Pelynt, Cornwall, Caroline Matilda, dau. of 
Sir John Salusbury Trelawny, Bart. Died Dec. 5, 1926, 
{Eton Sch. Lists; Army Lists; Boase, Collect. Cornub., 923; 
Who -cL'as Who.) 

STERN, ALFRED JAMES. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Downing, 
Oct. 14, 1878. Of 4, Hyde Park Gate, Kensington, London, 
S.W. Did not reside. 

STERN, HENRY ALFRED. Matric. Non-CoU., Lent, 1882; from 
Corpus Christi College, Oxford, whence he had matric. 
Oct. 21, 1880, age 18. [Eldest s. of the Rev. Henry Aaron, 
of Palestine Place, London. School, St Paul's.] Adm. pens, 
at Do\vning, Feb. 9, 18S4; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1890. Died 
Mar. 12, 1947, at Bournemouth. {St Paul's Sch. Reg.; Al. 
Oxon.; .4rmy Lists; The Times, Mar. 15, 1947.) 

STERN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. i, 1898. 
S. of John, clothier, of Wellington Road, Bilston, Staffs. B. 
Apr. 16, 1879, at 48, Church Street, Bilston. School, Wolver- 
hampton Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901; M.A. 
1905. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1902; priest, 1903; C. of 
St Thomas's, Birmingham, 1902-5. C. of All Souls, Langham 
Place, London, 1905-8. C. of Greyfriars, Reading, 1908-11. 
V. of St Peter's, Clifton Wood, Bristol, 191 1-2 1. V. of 
Fowey, Cornwall, 1921-3. Died June 4, 1923, at Plymouth. 
{Crockford.) 

STERN, LEOPOLD JOHN. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1889. S. of 
L., Esq., of Crowborough House, Crowborough, Sussex [and 
Strawberry HiU, Twickenham]. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1889. {Eton Sch. Lists.) 



Stevens, Charles Abbot 

STERN, SYDNEY JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 26) at M.\gdalene, 
Oct. 12, 1870. [Eldest] s. of David [Viscount de Stem, 
banker], of 22, Queen's Gate, London (and Sophia, dau. of 
Aaron A. Goldsmid). Matric. Michs. 1870. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, May 13, 1874. Head of the London hnn of 
Stem brothers, financiers. Of Hengrave Hall, Suffolk. J. P. 
for Surrey and for London. Hon. Col., 4th Batt., East Surrey 
Regt. M.P. for the Stowmarket Division of SuSolk, 1891-5. 
Created Baron Wandsworth, 1895. Died, unmarried, Feb. 10, 
igi2, in London. (Walford, County Families; G.E.C.; The 
Times, Feb. lo, 1912.) 

STERNDALE-BENNETT, see BENNETT. 

STERRY, WASEY. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Dec. 24, 1852. [Eldest s. of Wasey, solicitor (and Frances, 
eldest dau. of Thomas Tourle, of Landport, Lewes, Sussex).] 
B. [Sept. 2, 1833], at Upminster, Essex. Matric. Lent, 1853. 
Did not graduate. FeUow, 1855. Died, unmarried, July 24, 
1858, aged 24, at The Terrace, Camberwell, Surrey; buned at 
Upminster. (G. Mag., 1858, 11. 315; Sir Wasey Sterry.) 

STEUART, ANDREW. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 11, 1840. 
[Only s. of Patrick, Esq., of Auchlunkart and Tanachie, 
Banffs. (and Rachel M. D., dau. of Lachlan Gordon, 9th 
of Park). B. May 25, 1822. School, Edinburgh Academy; 
and at Glasgow Univ., 1838.] Matric. Michs. 1840; Scholar, 
1843; B.A. {5th Classic) 1844; M.A. 1848. Adm. at the Imier 
Temple, Mar. 4, 1844. J. P. for Aberdeens. J. P. and D.L. 
for Banffs. M.P. for Cambridge, 1857-63- Oi Auchlunkart 
and Tanachie, which he resigned to his son, George .Alexander, 
in 1885. Married, 1847, his cousin, EUzabeth Georgiana 
Graham, 3rd dau. of Thomas Dufi Gordon, of Park. Died 
Jan. 27, 1905, at Mentone. {Edinburgh Acad. Reg.; Inns of 
Court; Burke, L.G.; Walford, County Families.) 

STEUART, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Emmanuel, Dec. 16 
1762. S. of Admiral Steuart. B. in Westmmster. Educated 
in Paddington by Mr Lally. Matric. Lent, 1763. 

STEUART, JAMES (1787), see STEWART, JAMES WILLIAM. 

STEVELLY, ROBERT SANKEY. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. 18, 1864. S. of John, Professor of Natural Philosophy 
at Queen's College, Belfast. Matric. Michs. 1864; Scholar, 
1865; B.A. (2isi Wrangler) 1868. H.M. Inspector of Schools. 
{T.A. Walker, S2f,.) 

STEVEN, ANDREW REA. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 1885. 

STEVENS, ALFRED JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 19, 
1862; re-adm. sizar, Oct. 11, 1862. S. of Thomas [com- 
merchant] (and Sophia Gallichan). B. Mar. 2, 1842, at 
St Helier, Jersey. [School, Victoria College, Jersey.] Matnc. 
Michs. 1862; Scholar, 1864; B.A. {4h Wrangler) 1867; M.A. 

1870. Fellow, 1868-1930. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1870; priest, 

1871. Assistant Master at Reading Grammar School, 1871-2. 
being dismissed 'for bad discipline'; at Felsted, i873-4- 
Returned to St John's, where he remained for the rest of his 
life, occupying rooms on staircase F, Third Court, from 1883 to 
1930. Author of a paper on 'The Repulsion of Solid Bodies 
Referable to Radiation' in The Engineer, 1876. Died m his 
rooms, Oct. 23, 1930. Brother of Horace W. P. (1871) 
and Thomas (1859). {Eagle, xlvi. 103; Crockford; The Times, 
Oct. 24, 1930.) 

STEVENS, ARTHUR [ORAM]. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 20, 
1879. [3rd] s. of Henry, chemist [of Bury St Edmunds] (and 
Fanny Rachel). B. Jan. 31, i860, at Stoke Newmgton. Bapt. 
Feb. 28, i860. School, Bury St Edmunds (C. Sankey, M.A.). 
Matric. Michs. 1879. Went to Canada. (Bury St Edmunds 
Sch. List.) 

STEVENS, BROOKE BRIDGES. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
July 4, 1809. [S. of the Rev. Thomas (i757), V. of Hehons 
Bumpstead, Essex. B. at Quaradon, Derbs.] Migrated to 
Jesus, Oct. 28, 1809. Matric. Michs. 1809; Scholar; B.A. 
1813; M.A. 1817. Ord. priest (London) Mar. 6, 1814. 

STEVENS, CHARLES ABBOT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Apr. 27, 1835. S. of [the Rev.] Robert (i797) (and Elizabeth 
Mason). [B. Feb. 3, 1817.] School, Westminster. Matnc 
Michs. 1835; B.A. 1839; M.A. 1842. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 
1840; priest, 1841; C. of West Farleigh, Kent, 1840-4- C. of 
Kensington, 1844-8. C. of Oakham, Rutland, 1851-3 and 
1857-60. Minister of St Mark's, Westminster, 1853-5- V. of 
Goudhurst, Kent, 1860-4- V. of All Saints, Blackheath, 
1864-80. V. of Portslade with Hangleton, Sussex, 1880-99. 
Married, Sept. 12, 1848, Hannah Isaacson, eldest dau. of 
Andrew King, C.B., R.N. Author, Catalogue of Phaenogamous 
Plants of Great Britain ; Practical Remarks on Cathedral Music ; 
Conscience Clause; Tithe Rent Charge Papers; etc. Latterly 
of Seaford, Sussex, where he died Jan. 4, 1908, aged 90. 
(Record of Old Westminsters; Crockford; The Times, Jan. 7, 
1908.) 



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Stevens, Francis Joseph 

STEVENS, FRANCIS JOSEPH. Adm. at King's, Jan. i6. 1885. 
S. of Thomas. School, Kensington catholic public. Matric. 
Lent, 1885. Migrated to Exeter College, Oxford; B.A. 
(Oxford) 1890; M.B. and li.Chir. (Oxford) 1901; M.D. 
(Oxford) 1905. At St Bartholomew's Hospital. M.R.C.S., 
L.S.A., 1883; D.P.H., 1891. Tutor at Sheffield School of 
Medicine, 1890-2. Practised in London. Medical Officer of 
Health for Camberwell. Married, 1894, Annie Evelina Whid- 
bome Franklin. Of Clevedon, Somerset, in 1940. {Medical 
Directories.) 

STEVENS, FRANK BENTHAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Jan. 2, 
1899. [Eldest] s. of WiUiam. B. [Dec. 23, 1879]. at Preston, 
Brighton. Schools, Heathmere, Hayward's Heath and the 
Leys, Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 1899; Scholar; (Class. Trip., 
Pt I, ist Class, 1901 ; Hist. Trip., Pt II, ist Class, 1902) ; B.A. 
1902; LL.B. 1903. Adm. Solicitor, 1906. Practised at 
Brighton, Lewes and Hayward's Heath. Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (Lieut., Sussex Yeomanry; Capt. (Kite Balloon 
Officer), R.A.F.; mentioned in despatches). Married, 1905, 
Gertrude Cordelia, dau. of Arthur H. Wheeler. Of Chailey, 
Lewes, Sussex, in 1946. (Peile, 11. 830; Law Lists; Univ. War 
List.) 

STEVENS, GEORGE HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Magda- 
lene, May 12, 1836. S. of John, architect, of London. School, 
Rochester. Matric. Michs. 1836; B.A. 1840; M.A. 1845. 
Assistant Master at Bromsgrove School, 1840-3; at Whit- 
church Grammar School, 1843-7. C. of Weston, Cheshire, 
1843-5. C. of St Alban's, Wood Street, and St Olave's, 
Silver Street, London, 1852-73. Assistant Master at Ken- 
sington proprietary School, 1860-73. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1874. (Clergy List; Bromsgrove Reg.) 

STEVENS, GEORGE LAURENCE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity Hall, Mar. 27, 1878. S. of Robert Andrew, Esq., 
of Winter Hill, Maidenhead. School, Reading. Matric. Michs. 
1878; Scholar, 1879; B.A. 1882. Brother of Robert A. T. 
(1884). 

STEVENS, GERALD PHILIP. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 30, 
1887. S. of Henry, solicitor, of The Glebe House, Finchley, 
Middlesex (and Helen Cornelia). B. Feb. 24, 1869 
Finchley. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 
1890; M.A. 1928. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. n, 1888. 
Called to the Bar, Apr. 26, 1893. Practised at Singapore, 
1894-8 and in the Gold Coast, the Cape, Johannesburg and 
■ Uganda. Married, July 2, 1907, Margaret, dau. of Thomas 
Coulson, of The Manor House, Thirsk, Yorks. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., East African forces). Author, 
Ramblings of a Rolling Stone. Died Mar. 9, 1943, at Parkstone, 
Dorset. {Record of Old Westminsters; Law Lists; Univ. War 
List; The Times, Mar. 10, 1943-) 

STEVENS, HEADLAND. Adm. at Clare, Jan. 16, 1888. [S. of 
Nicholas Henry, surgeon, of Cormaught Square, London. 
B. June 4, 1869.] Schools, Westminster and St Edward's, 
Oxford. Matric. Lent, 1888. Died ' about 1900.' {St Edward's 
Sch. Roll; Record of Old Westminsters.) 

STEVENS, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 5, 1867. S. of 
Thomas. B. July 4, 1847, at Bradfield, Berks. School, 
Bradfield College. Matric. Michs. 1867; B.A. 1872. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, May 9, 1870. Called to the Bar, 1873. On 
the Oxford Circuit, 1874. Assistant Inspector, Local Govern- 
ment Board, 1878-90; General Inspector, 1890. Married, 
1878, Ellen Mary, eldest dau. of Francis Halhed, H.E.I.C.M.S., 
of 'The Limes,' Harbledown, Kent. Died in 1907. {Bradfield 
Coll. Reg. ; Law Lists ; Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

STEVENS, HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 7, 1879. S. of 
George, robe-maker [of King Street, Cambridge] (and Eliza- 
beth). B. at Cambridge. Bapt. Jan. 4, 1835. Mus-Bac. 1882. 

STEVENS, HENRY BINGHAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Mar. I, 1853. Of Kent. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Henry (Oriel 
College, Oxford, 1826), V. of Wateringbury, Kent. B. 1835. 
School, Tonbridge. Matric. Michs. 1853; B.A. 1857; M.A. 
i860. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 1858; priest, 1859; C. of 
Thatcham, Berks., 1S58-61. C. of Curridge, 1861-7. C. of 
St Lawrence, Reading, 1867-8. R. of Chatham, 1869-83. 
V. of Darenth, 1883-1911. Hon. Canon of Rochester, 1906. 
Married, Apr. 30, 1885, Catherine Eliza, eldest dau. of the 
Rev. Henry Charles Bartlett, V. of Westerham. Latterly of 
The Beck, Wateringbury, Kent, where he died Jan. 14, 1924. 
{Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Who was Who; The Times, 
Jan. 16, 1924.) 

STEVENS, HENRY CHICHELEY. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. 9, 1873. S. of F. M., Esq., of 17, Eaton Place, Brighton. 
B. Sept. 4, 1852. School, St John's College, Hurstpierpoint. 
Matric. Mirhs. 1873; Scholar, 1874; B.A. 1877; M.A. 1880. 
Assistant Master at the United Services College, Westward 
Ho!, Devon (where he taught Rudyard Kipling), 1877-95; 
Chaplain, 1893-5. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1881; priest, 1882. 



Stevens, Marlow Osmond 

C. of Stoke Damerel, 1895-8. Duncombe Lecturer at Kings- 
bridge, 1898-1910. V. of Staverton, 1910-22. .Married, 
Apr. 25, 1895, Jeanie Hazelden, widow of G. M. Urquhart, of 
the Bombay Civil Service. Died Apr. 4, 1922. (Scott, MSS., 
which says he was 's. of Henry, of the Middle Temple ; 
T. A. Walker, 543 and MS. note; Crockford; The Morning 
Post, Apr. 7, 1922.) 

STEVENS, HENRY RICHARD HADRIAN JOSEPH. Adm. pens. 
(age 18) at Jesus, Oct. 1895. S. of Emile, Esq. B. at Gallipoli, 
Italy. School, Beaumont College, Old Windsor. Matric. 
Michs. 1895. 

STEVENS, HORACE WILLIAM PETIT. Adm. pens, at 
Downing, July 3, 1871. [S. of Thomas, corn-merchant], of 
15, David Place, Jersey. Matric. Michs. 1871; Scholar; B.A. 
1875; M.A. 1878; LL.M. 1896; LL.D. 1902. Assistant Master 
at Chipping Bamet Grammar School, 1876-87. Ord. deacon 
(London) 1878; priest, 1880; C. of South Mimms, Middlesex, 
1878-82. C. of Monken Hadley, 1882-8. V. of Tadlow with 
East Hatley, Cambs., 1888-1940. Author, Old Bamet; 
History of Downing College. Died Mar. 10, 1940. Brother of 
Alfred J. (1862) and Thomas (1859). (CrocA/o'''^; C.B.Holland.) 

STEVENS, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Sept. 28, 
1866. Of Surrey. Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 1870. 

STEVENS, JAMES ALGERNON. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1892. [3rd] s. of J[ohn] F[oster] [I.C.S.] (and Frances). 

B. Oct. 2, 1873, at Cuttack, India. School, Blundell's, 
Tiverton. Matric. Michs. 1892; Scholar; B.A. 1895. Joined 
the Indian Police, 1898; seconded to the Imperial Customs 
Service, 1906; Chief Collector of Customs, Burma, 1913-21. 
CLE.; O.B.E. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut.- 
Col., Rangoon Batt., Indian Defence Force). Collector of 
Customs, Bombay, 1921-5. Married, 1901, Ethel, dau. of 
H. N. Cloete, P.W.D. Latterly of i, Redland Park, Bristol. 
Died Dec. 11, 1934, at Bournemouth. {Blundell's Sch. Reg.; 
Univ. War List; Wlw was Who; The Times, Dec. 14, 1934-) 

STEVENS, JAMES YARD. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity Hall, 
Oct. 26, 1814. [S. of — , M.P. for Tralee. School, Cheam 
('Fell.-Com. {sic) at Trinity Hall').] Matric. Michs. 1814. 

STEVENS [or STEPHENS], JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
May 5, 1770. Of Northants. Matric. Michs. 1770; Scholar, 
1770; B.A. 1774; M.A. 1777. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) June 16, 
1776; priest, Dec. 14, 1777; C. of Maxey, Northants., 1776-7- 

C. of Lutton, 1777. R. of Folksworth, Hunts., 1781-5. R. of 
Haceby and Bolingbroke, Lines., 1799-1813. {St John's Coll. 
Adm., IV. 493; Northants. Clergy, xili. 57.) 

STEVENS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Downing, Nov. 8, 1840. 

STEVENS, JOHN JOWETT. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. 23, 1815. 
Of Essex. S. of — , clerk, deceased. Matric. Michs. 1816; 
Scholar, 1818; B.A. 1820. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Oct. 14, 
1821. Second Master of Norwich Grammar School, 1820-2. 
Died May 21, 1822, aged 24, at Dedham, Essex. (G. Mag., 
1822,1. 573-) 

STEVENS, The Rer. JOHN NICOLLS. B.A., incorp. from Oxford, 
1799; M.A. from Peterhouse, 1799. [Of St Ives, Cornwall.] 
Matric. from Trinity College, Oxford, Apr. 2, 1781, age 18; 
B.A. (Oxford) 1785. R. of Landewednack and Ruan Major, 
Cornwall, 1799-1828. Married, July, 1800, Miss Stephens. 
Died Feb. 16, 1828, at Penryn. M.I. in Landewednack 
church. (T. A. Walker, 373; Al. Oxon.; Boase, Collect. 
Cornub., 932; G. Mag., 182S, i. 282.) 

STEVENS, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 6, 1872. 
Only s. of Joseph, gent, [of Charles Street, London] (and 
Emily Eliza). B. Aug. 28, 1851, in Paddington. Bapt. 
Feb. 24, 1858. Matric. Lent, 1873; B.A. 1876. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 5, 1876 (age 24). Disappears from Law 
Lists, 1880. {Inns of Court.) 

STEVENS, LAWRENCE. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, May 7, 
1794. Matric. Michs. 1794. 

STEVENS, LIONEL, .^dm. pens, at Trinity, June 7, 1866. S. of 
John [schoolmaster]. B. July 9, 1848, in London. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1867; B.A. 1871; M.A. 1874. Ord. 
deacon (Winchester) 1872; priest, 1873; C. of Southampton, 
1872-3. C. of St Philip's, Battersea, 1873-7. C. of Holy 
Trinity, Wimbledon, 1877-80. V. of Kimpton, Herts., 1883- 
1904. Latterly of The Priory, Royston, Herts., w^here he died 
Nov. 18, 1915. {Eton Sch. Lists; Crockford; The Times, 
Nov. 19, 1915.) 

STEVENS, MARLOW OSMOND. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Feb. 2, 1870. Of Surrey. B. Oct. 22, 1851. School, Brighton. 
Matric. Lent, 1870; B.A. 1873; M.A. 1878. Ord. deacon 
(Gloucester and Bristol) 1874; priest, 1875; C. of St Luke's, 
Gloucester, 1874-7. C. of Christ Church, Weston-super- 
Mare, 1877-80. Resided subsequently at Weston-super-Mare, 
where he died Mar. 26, 1930. {Brighton Coll. Reg.; Crockford; 
The Times, Mar. 28, 1930.) 



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Stevens, Montague Farquhar Sheffield 

STEVENS, MONTAGUE FARQUHAR SHEFFIELD. Adm. pens, 
at Trinity, Oct. lo, 1878. S. of Arthur, of 4, Earl's Terrace, 
Kensington, London. B. Dec. 10, 1859, at Madras, India. 
Schools, Wimbledon, Surrey (private), and Durham. Matric. 
Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882. (Durham Sch. Reg.) 

STEVENS, RICHARD CAROLUS. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
July 9, 1857. S. of Richard, schoolmaster (and Mary Ann). 

B. at Barnstaple, Devon. Bapt. Feb. 26, 1837. Matric. Michs. 
1857. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1867; priest (Canterbury) 1870; 

C. of Bishop's Tawton, Devon, 1867-9. C. of St Saviour's, 
Croydon, Svu-rey, 1869-70. C. of St Luke's, Lower Norwood, 
1872-4. C. of St Mary's, Rotherhithe, 1874-5. Chaplain, 
Romney Marsh Union, 1876-82. Chaplain at Archangel, 
1882-7. C. of St Michael's, Woolwich, 1887-9. C. of 
St James's, Enfield Highway, 1889-97. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1898. 

STEVENS, RICHARD FREDERICK. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Magdalene, July i, 1865. Eldest s. of Richard George, Esq., 
of Southampton [and a barrister of Gray's Irm]. School, 
Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1865; B.A. 1869. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 18, 1870. Called to the Bar, Apr. 30, 
1873. Of 2, Stone Buildings in 1880. (Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; 
Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

STEVENS, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, June 27, 
1797. S. of Robert, of Norwich. School, Westminster. 
Matric. Michs. 1798; Scholar; B.A. iSoi; M.A. 1804; D.D. 
1821. Ord. deacon (Norwich) May 3, 1801; priest (London) 
Aug. 15, 1802. Lecturer at St Margaret's, Westminster, 
1808-20. R. of St James, Garlickhithe, London, 1814-21. 
Preb. of Lincoln, 1814-70. Chaplain to the House of Com- 
mons, 1816. V. of \\'est Farleigh, Kent, 1820-70. Dean of 
Rochester, 1820-70. Married, July 15, 1806, Elizabeth 
Mason. Author, Sermons on our Duty toward God, our Neigh- 
bour and Ourselves; Discourse on the Apostles' Creed; Counsel 
of God in the Redemption of the World. Died Feb. 3, 1870, at 
the Deanery. Father of Charles A. (1835). (Record of Old 
Westminsters; Boose, lii. 741; Crockford; Foster, Index 
Eccles.) 

STEVENS, ROBERT ANDREW TURNER. Adm. (age 26) at 
Trinity Hall, 1884. S. of Robert Andrew, Esq., of Upper 
Woodside, Basingstoke. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887. 
Brother of George L. (187S). 

STEVENS, ROWLAND WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Dec. 13, 1837; from Trinity College, Oxford, whence he had 
matric. Mar. 12, 1835, age 17; postmaster, Merton College, 
1835-6. [School, Rugby. Only s. of William, of Binfield, 
Berks.] Matric. Michs. 1838; B.A. 1841; M.A. 1845. {Rugby 
Sch. Reg.;Al. Oxon.) 

STEVENS, SAMUEL BROWN. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, 
Apr. 15, 1809; a 'Ten-year man.' 

STEVENS, SILAS WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 11, 
1 88 1. S. of James, schoolmaster (and Mary Anne). B. 
Oct. II, 1854, at Beaulieu, Hants. Schools, St Austin's, 
Dulwich [and St John's, Hurstpierpoint]. Matric. Michs. 
i88i; B.A. and LL.B. 1884; M.A. 1892; LL.M. 1901. Ord. 
deacon (Winchester) 1S85; priest, 1886; C. of Ryde, Isle of 
Wight, 1885-7. V. of Burley, Hants., 1889-90. R. of 
St Laurence's, Southampton, 1890-1915. Died Oct. 23, 1915. 
(Hurstpierpoint Reg.; Eagle, xxxvii. 273; Crockford; The 
Times, Oct. 25, 1915.) 

STEVENS, THOMAS. M.A. from Jesus, 1755. Probably the 
man of these names, s. of James, gent., of Christchurch, Hants., 
who had matric. from Queen's College, Oxford, Dec. 7, 1744, 
age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1748. (Al. Oxon.) 

STEVENS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 16, 
1757. S. of Samuel, of Quamdon, Derbs. School, Wakefield. 
Matric. Michs. 1757; Scholar, 1758; B.A. (gth Wrangler) 1761; 
M.A. 1764; D.D. 1790. Fellow, 1763. Incorp. at Oxford 
(Queen's College), 1772; B.D. and D.D. (Oxford) 1772. 
Whitehall Preacher. R. of Panfield, Essex, and V. of Helions 
Bumpstead. Died, suddenly, June 13, 1809, aged 71, at 
Panfield rectory. Father of Brooke B. (1809). (AL Oxon.; 
G. Mag., 1809, II. 679; J. H. Peacock.) 

STEVENS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 10, 1822. 
[Youngest s. of William, Esq., of Frederick Place, Old Jewry, 
London.l B. Oct. i, 1805, in London. School, Camberwell. 
Matric. Michs. 1822; Scholar, 1823; B..\. 1827; M.A. 1830. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 28, 1825. Called to the Bar, 
May 18, 1830. Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer. Married, 
Feb. 15, 1843, Margaret, dau. of Bernard Martayh, of 
Roscommon. Died Mar. 18, 1883, aged 77, at Hammersmith. 
(Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; The 
Guardian, Mar. 21, 1883; G. Mag., 1843, i- 423.) 



Stevens, William Ernest Oliver 

STEVENS, THOMAS. .\dm. pens, (age iS) at Magdalene, 
June 19, 1859. S. of Thomas Ogden, of Sherborne. Schools, 
Shrewsbury and Sherborne. Matric. Michs. 1859; Scholar; 
B.A. 1863; M.A. 1867; D.D. 1901. Assistant Master at Charter- 
house, 1863-6. Ord. deacon (London) 1865; priest (Peterb.) 
1866; C. of St Mary's, Charterhouse, 1S65-6. C. of Woodford, 
Northants., 1866-S. C. of St Mark's, Victoria Docks, London, 
E., 1868-70; C. of St Botolph's, Bishopsgate, 1872. 
C. of Holy Trinity, Brompton, 1872-5. V. of St Luke's, 
Victoria Docks, 1875-82. V. of Saffron Walden, Essex, 
1882-9. V. of Stratford, Essex, 1889-1901. Hon. Canon of 
St Albans, 1891-4. Archdeacon of Essex, 1894-1920. Bishop 
Suffragan of Barking, 1901-19. Grand Chaplain of the 
English Free Masons, 1896-7. F.S.A., 1889. Married, 1866, 
Anne Elizabeth, dau. of G. Bertram. Died Aug. 22, 1920, 
at W>Tnondham. (Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Who was 
Who; The limes, Aug. 24, 1920.) 

STEVENS, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 8, 1859. 
S. of Thomas (and Sophia). B. at St Helier, Jersey. Bapt. 
Nov. 8, 1840. School, Victoria College, Jersey. Matric. 
Michs. 1859; Scholar, 1862; B.A. (23^^ Wrangler) 1863; M.A. 
1881. Sub-Master of St Saviour's School, Southwark, 
1864-74. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1874; priest (Rochester) 1877. 
Second Master at Wakefield Grammar School and C. of 
South Ossett, Yorks., 1874-5. Second Master at King 
Edward's School, Great Berkhamsted, Herts., 1875-7. C. of 
St Thomas, Charterhouse, London, 1877-9. C. of Grange, 
Dorset, 1879-82. Second Master of Queen Elizabeth's School, 
Sevenoaks, 1882-93. Chaplain of Sevenoaks Union, 1892- 
1915. Latterly of Banning, Kent. Disappears from Crocft/ori, 
1924. Brother of Horace W. P. (1871) and Alfred J. (1862). 

STEVENS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 8, 1869. 
S. of the Rev. Thomas (Oriel College, Oxford, 1827) (and 
Susaima). B. [.Mar. 1851], at Bradfteld, Berks. Bapt. Apr. 3, 
1851. School, Bradfteld College. Matric. Michs. 1869. Adm. 
Solicitor, 1878; practised in London (Messrs Longboume, 
Stevens and Co). J. P. for Berks. Married in 1880. Died in 
1910. (Bradfield Coll. Reg.; Law Lists.) 

STEVENS, THOMAS JONES. .'Vdm. pens, (age 19) at Peter- 
house, Oct. 14, 1828, as 'George Jones Stephens.' Of 
Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1829. (2". A. Walker, 435.) 

STEVENS (post HAMILTON), THOMAS NEWTE. Adm. pens, 
at St John's, Nov. 6, 1818. Of Devon. Matric. Michs. 1818; 
B.A. 1823; prizeman; M.A. 1836. Ord. deacon (Ely, Litf, 
dim. from Canterbury) Mar. 23, 1823; priest (Lincoln, Litt. 
dim. from Canterbury) Mar. 21, 1S24; C. of St Mary, Grays, 
Kent, 1823-4. Chaplain, H.E.I.C, in Bengal, 1824-38. C. of 
All HaUows, Barking, London, 1842-58. C. of Thomton-le- 
Moor, Yorks., 1859-69. Changed his name to Hamilton, 
Mar. 9, 1835. Married, Aug. 1824, Frances Mary, dau. of 
Capt. John Major. Died Oct. 3, 1869, aged 69, at York. 
(Changes of Name.) 

STEVENS, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Sidney, Oct. 4. 1786. S. of 
Nathaniel Vincent, cerevicii decoctor, of Cambridge. B. there, 
Feb. 27, 1769. School, Cambridge (his father). Matric. 
Michs. 1787. Migrated to St John's, May 15, 1790; Scholar, 
1790; B.A. (15/A Wrangler) 1791; M.A. 1794. Fellow, 1791-9. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 11, 1791; priest. Mar. 12, 1797. 
Chaplain to H.M.S. Leviatltan, under Lord Howe, 1794; 
present at the battle of Cape St Vincent. Head Master of 
Sedbergh School, 1799-1819. Not a success as a master, the 
numbers of boys being so reduced that he closed the school 
and taught the remaining pupils in his own house. Married, 
Mar. 27, 1799, at Holme-by-the-Sea, Norfolk, Sarah Vitty, 
youngest dau. of Mr Vitty, attorney, of Cambridge. Died 
Nov. 9, 1819, at Sedbergh; his wife died at about the same 
time, leaving four sons and eight daughters almost destitute. 
Professor Adam Sedgwick and another old pupil. Miles Bland, 
raised a subscription for the support of the children. 
(St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 493; G. Mag., 1819, 11. 478.) 

STEVENS, WILLIAM ERNEST OLIVER. Adm. pens, at 
Queens', Michs. 1890. S. of WiUiam Richard. B. Sept. 7, 
1871, at Devonport. Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893. Ord. 
deacon (Richmond) 1894; priest (Ripon) 1895; C. of St An- 
drew's, Leeds, 1894-6. C. of Woodhouse, Yorks., 1896-9. 
Chaplain, H.M.S. Royal Oak, 1899-1902; Galatea, 1902-3; 
Dido, 1903-5; at Gibraltar, 1905-8; H.M.S. Dreadnought, 
1908-9; Blenheim, 1909-11; Drake, 1911-13. C. of St John's, 
The Pleck, WalsaU, 1914-16. C. of St John's, Wolver- 
hampton, 1916-19. C. of Talke, Staffs., 1919-23. V. of 
Marston with Whitgreave, 1923-4. Died Mar. 22, 1924, as 
the result of an accident. [Crockford; The Guardian, Apr. 4, 
1924.) 



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Stevens, William Everest 

STEVENS, WILLIAM EVEREST. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
July 5, 1822. [S. of William, of Sion College. B. July 14, 
1804. School, Merchant Taylors.] Matric. Michs. 1822; B.A. 
1826; M.A. 1829. Ord. deacon (Oxford) May 25, 1834; pnest, 
Dec. 21, 1834. R. of Salford, 1834-70, and R. of Little 
RoUright, Oxon, 1836-70. Latterly of Belgrave Terrace, 
Durdham Downs, Bristol. Died in 1871. [M erchant 1 aylors' 
Sch. Reg.; Crockford.) 
STEVENS, WILLIAM LEIGHTON. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Caius, Mar. 26, i860. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. William Henry 
(Worcester CoUege, Oxford, 1833). B. at Chobham, Surrey. 
School, Wickham. Matric. Michs. i860; B.A. 1864. Died 
Dec. 3, 1864, aged 23, at St Leonards-on-Sea. (Venn, 11. 348; 
G. Mag., 1865, I. 122.) 
STEVENS, WILLIAM MITCHELL. Matric. Non-Coil, from 

Cavendish H., Michs. 1885. 
STEVENSON, ARNOLD. Adm. at Clare, Jan. 17, 1893- [S. of 
John James, F.S.A., of The Red House, Bayswater (and Jane 
Omond, of Edinburgh). B.July 9, 1874.] School, Winchester. 
Matric. Michs. 1893; Scholar; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, 
ist Class) 1897; M.A. 1923. Of 63, Abingdon Villas, London, 
W. Died June 21, 1948, at Eastbourne. (Winchester Coll. 
Reg.; The Times, June 24, 1948.) 
STEVENSON, ARTHUR GAVIN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 4, 
1882. S. of James [Cochran, M.P.], of Westoe, South Shields, 
Durham. B. Aug. 23, 1863, at South Shields. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. and LL.B. 1885. Adm. 
Solicitor, 1889; practised in York. Solicitor in the N.E. 
Railway Solicitor's office, 1889-95; District Land-Agent to 
the N.R. Railway at York, 1895; Chief Land-Agent, 1906-23. 
Of Eastgarth, Harlow Oval, Harrogate. Latterly of Budleigh 
Salterton, Devon. Died May 11, 1927. Brother of Charles 
(1887) and James S. (1880). (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Law Lists.) 
STEVENSON, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 12, 1813. 

Doubtful if resided. 
STEVENSON, CHARLES. Adm. at King's, Oct. 6, 1887. S. of 
James C[ochran], of Westoe, South Shields, Durham. School, 
Harrow. [At Edinburgh University, 1884-7.] Matric. Michs. 
1887; B.A. 1890. A journalist. Died Mar. 30, 1895, in New 
York. Brother of Arthur G. (1882) and James S. (1880). 
(Harrow Sch. Reg.) 
STEVENSON, CHARLES BUTLER. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
July 7, 1813. Of Bucks. [S. of the Ven. George (1781), D.D., 
Dean of Kilfenora, and R. of Callan, Co. Kilkenny (and 
Lydia, dau. of Thomas Thackeray, surgeon, of Cambridge). 
B. May 18, 1796, at Eton. School, Eton.] Comet, ist Dra- 
goon Guards, 1814. Served with the Regt. at Waterloo; 
retired, 1816. Re-adm., as a Fell. -Com., Feb. 12, 1822. 
Matric. Lent, 1822; B.A. 1826. V. of Backford, Cheshire, 
1827-36. R. of Callan, Co. Kilkenny, 1836-58. Married 
Harriet Mary Anne, dau. of James Graham, of Rickardby, 
Cumberland. Brother of George (1812) and of Thomas (1821); 
father of George W. (1844). (Foster, Index Eccles.; Eton Sch . 
Lists; Sir Wasey Sterry.) 
STEVENSON, CHARLES CORNWALLIS. Adm. pens, (age 21) 
at Pembroke, May i, 1872. Only s. of Ralph, lawyer, of 
Hanley, Stafis. B. [Mar. 2i, 1852], at Shelton, Stafis. School, 
Clifton CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1872; B.A. 1877. German 
Master (Military and Civil Dept.), Cheltenham College, 1880. 
Sometime Vice-Consul in Hanover. (Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; 
Clifton Coll. Reg.) 
STEVENSON, CHARLES D'URBAN SINCLAIR. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Sept. 30, 1900. S. of Edmond [S.], of St Clair, 
Rondebosch, Cape Towti, South Africa. B. July 12, 1882, at 
Cape Towm. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 1900. Joined the 
South African Constabulary, 1903. Of Rondebosch, Cape 
Colony. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (the R. West 
Kent Regt.). (Charterhouse Reg.) 
STEVENSON, CLAUDE MABERLY. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Jan. 18, 1898. S. of Thomas, doctor of medicine, scientific 
analyst to the Home Office (and Agnes Maberly). B. Mar. 17, 
1879, at Brixton. School, Uppingham (Mr C. W. Cobb). 
Matric. Easter, 1898; B.Chir. 1905; M.B. 1907; M.D. 1910. 
At Guy's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1904. House 
Surgeon at Guy's Hospital; Assistant, East London Hospital 
for Children. Assistant Medical Officer at HoUymoor asylum, 
Birmingham. Practised at Streatham. Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.A.M.C). Married (i) Apr. 14, 1910, 
Dorothy Thirza, dau. of Joseph Verran, of London; (2) • — , 
widow of W. H. Duke, FeUow of Jesus. Practised sub- 
sequently at 90, Chesterton Road, Cambridge, where he died 
July 14, 1950. (Medical Directories.) 
STEVENSON, DAVID. Adm. (age 17) at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, July 7, 1761. [S. of David, of Beaconsfield, Bucks, 
(and Sarah). B. there. Bapt. Jan. i, 1742-3.] Matric. Michs. 
1761; B.A. 1765; M.A. 1769; LL.D. 1779. FeUow, 1764-95. 
'A doctor in the Commons; died about 1803.' Brother of 
WiUiam (i755). {Eton Coll. Reg.) 



Stevenson, John 

STEVENSON, DAVID. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, Feb. 30, 
1843. Migrated to Trinity, Oct. 21, 1843. Matric. Michs. 
1843; B.A. 1849. Ord. deacon, 1848; priest, 1849; C. of 
St Thomas, Lancaster, 1848-51. C. of Halesworth, SuSolk, 
1852-60. C. of Frostenden, 1861-6. V. of Wendy, Cambs., 
1866-9. Married, July 4, 1849, Mary, dau. of T. H. Higgin, of 
Belfast. Disappears from Crockford, 1870. (Clergy List; C. R. 
Hudleston; Cumberland Racquet, July lo, 1849.) 
STEVENSON, EDWARD JOHN WALTER. Adm. pens, at 
Caius, May i, 185 1. S. of Major E. R., of Ringmore, Teign- 
mouth. B. 1832, at .^thlone, Ireland. Matric. Michs. 1851; 
B.A. 1855; M.A. 1858. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1856; priest, 
1857; C. of Stoke-in-Teignhead, Devon, 1856-8. C. of Py- 
worthy, 1858-60. C. of Lacock, Wilts., 1860-3. C. of Brom- 
field, Salop, 1863-6. C. of Stoke-in-Teignhead, Devon, 
1866-79; R. there, 1879-1912. An early Alpine climber; 
made the first ascent of Monte Rosa. Died Oct. 15, 1912. 
(Venn, 11. 302; Crockford.) 
STEVENSON, GEORGE. Adm. (age 18) at King's, a scholar 
from Eton, Aug. 7, 17S1. [S. of Hugh (and Elizabeth). B. at 
Egham, Surrey, liapt. there, Aug. 20, 1761.] Matric. Lent, 
1782; B.A. 1786; M.A. 1789. Fellow, 1784-6. Assistant 
Master at Eton, 1788-96. R. of St James's, Garlick Hill, 
London. V. of Raheny, Co. Dublin, 1797. Dean of Kilfenora, 
1802-25. R. of Callan, Kilkenny. Married, Dec. 3, 1786, 
Lydia, dau. of Thomas Thackeray, of Cambridge. Died, of 
typhus fever, Apr. 5, 1825, at the Deanery, Ennis, Co. Clare. 
Father of Charles B. (1813), the next and Thomas (1821). 
(Eton Coll. Reg.; 0. Mag., 1825, i. 475-) 
STEVENSON, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, 
Feb. 13, 1812. S. of the Ven. George (above), Dean of Kil- 
fenora. B. [Apr. 14, 1795], at Eton. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1812; Scholar, 1814; B.A. (16th Wrangler) 1816; M.A. 
1819. Fellow, 1818. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1821; priest (Lincoln) 
1823. R. of Dickleburgh, Norfolk, 1838-68. Hon. Canon of 
Norwich, 1847. Author, Sermons. Died Mar. 8, 1868, aged 72. 
Brother of Charles B. (1813) and Thomas (1821). (Eton Sch. 
Lists; Crockford; Ecclesiastical Gazette, .4pr. 1868.) 
STEVENSON, GEORGE WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
June 15, 1844. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Charles Butler (1813), 
R. of Callan, Co. Kilkenny (and Harriet Mary Anne, dau. of 
James Graham). B. Mar. 1826, at Tattenhall, Cheshire. 
School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1844; B.A. 1848. J. P. for 
Co. Kilkenny. Killed by a fall from his horse, June 4, 1854, 
at Kilbride, Co. ."Antrim. (Winchester Coll. Reg.; Bromsgrove 
Sch. Reg.; Peile, 11. 489; G. Mag., 1854, 11. 408.) 
STEVENSON, GERARD FRANCIS. Adm pens, (age 19) at 
Magdalene, July i, 1871. S. of the Rev. Thomas Blades 
(1836), of Handsworth, near Birmingham. School, King 
Edward's, Birmingham. Matric. Michs. 1871; B.A. 1875; 
M.A. 1878. 
STEVENSON, HAROLD THOMAS. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1886. S. of Dr — [Thomas], of 45, Gresham Road, London 
(and Agnes). B. Mar. 24, 1868. Schools, Dover College and 
Merchant Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 1886; Scholar; B.A. 1889. 
A solicitor. Drowned whilst bathing at Whitby, Yorks., 
Aug. 29, 1895. (Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Dover Coll. Reg.) 
STEVENSON, HENRY BENJAMIN CRUNDEN. Adm. pens, 
(age 19) at Trinity, Mar. 14, 1822. S. of Charles B. 
[Nov. 26, 1802], at Halifax, Nova Scotia. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1822. 'Died young.' (Eton Sch. Lists.) 
STEVENSON, HENRY JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Jesus, June 28, 
1823. Of Lanes. S. of the Rev. Thomas (1791). Matric. 
Michs. 1823; B.A. 1827; M.A. .1830. Second Master of 
Newark-on-Trent Grammar School, 1827, and C. of Famdon 
and Balderston, Notts., from 1828. Chaplain to the Bishop 
of Sodor and Man, and Chaplain of the Mariner's Church, 
Douglas, in 1841. C. of Seckington, Warws., 1842. R. of 
St Nicholas, Worcester, 1843-5. Hon. Canon of Worcester. 
V. of Grimley, Worcs., 1846-53. Disappears from Clergy List, 
1854. Married, Feb. 12, 1829, Mary, dau. of William Bland, 
of Newark. (1 horoioti Soc. Record Series, xi. 67; Jesus Coll. 
Notes.) 
STEVENSON, JAMES SHANNAN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 7, 1880. S. of James Cochran [M.P.], of Westoe, South 
Shields, Durham. B. there, Feb. 24, 1862. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 18S4. Sometime manager of a 
chemical works; later, a tea-planter in Ceylon. Of Blairavon, 
Norwood, Ceylon. Died Mar. 31, 1919. Brother of .Arthur G. 
(1882) and Charles (1887). (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 
STEVENSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Mar. 29, 
1756. S. of John, of Newton, Cambs. (and Elizabeth). Bapt. 
there, Sept. 18, 1737. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1757; 
Scholar; B.A. 1761; M.A. 1764; Chaplain, 1764-1829. Ord. 
priest (Norwich, Litt. dim. from Ely) July, 1763. V. of 
WUbraham, Cambs., 1763-1829. Died June 15, 1829, aged 92, 
at Prestbury, Gloucs. M.I. at Newton. (Eton Coll. Reg.; 
G. Mag., 1829, I. 571; H. P. Stokes, History of the Wil- 
brahams, 50.) 



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STEVENSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 43) at Caius, Sept. 28, 
1846. S. of — , farmer. B. in Kirkcoln, Wigtownshure. 
School, Ayr Academy. Matric. Michs. 1846; 36th Wrangler, 
1850- B.A. 1851; M.A. 1857. C. of Curry-MaUett, Somerset, 
1864-82. Disappears from Crockford, 1886. (Venn, 11, 277.) 
STEVENSON, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, Feb. 6, 
1834. S. of Thomas. B. at Great Ousebum, Yorks. School, 
private. One, 'J.' Stevenson was C. of Trmg, Herts., m 1846 
and C. of Skegness, Lines., in 1867; but see also Joseph 
Steavenson (1835), with whom he is frequently confused, and 
also a namesake, M.A. of Durham Univ. 
STEVENSON, LOUIS EDGAR. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 4, 
1883 S. of James Charles. B. [Jan. 31, 1864], at Fnarbank, 
Jedburgh, Ro.xburghs. Schools, Nest Academy, Jedburgh, 
and St Peter's, York [and at Edinburgh University]. Matric. 
Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886; M.B. and B.Chir. 1889. Football 
(rugby) 'blue,' 1884, 1885; played for Scotland, 1888. House 
Surgeon, Cumberland infirmary. Medical Officer of Health 
for Kirkby district and Westmorland East Ward Union. 
Practised at Temple-Sowerby, Westmorland. J. P. for West- 
morland. F.G.S. Married, Aug. 9, 1906, at St Ann's, Dublin, 
Eleanor, dau. of James Jefiares, of BaUykenny, Drmagh, 
Co. Wexford. Author, medical. Died Aug. 19, i93i..at 
Temple-Sowerby. [Peik, 11. 697; Book of Blues; Medical 
Directories; Ike Times, Aug. 22, 1931-) 
STEVENSON, RALPH ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 12, 1858. S. of John Adams, of Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs. 
B there, Feb. 18, 1839. School, Lines, (private). Matric. 
Michs. 1858; B.A. 1862. Adm. Solicitor, 1866; practised at 
Stoke-upon-Trent and Burton-upon-Trent. [Law Lists.) 
STEVENSON, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
July II, 1829. S. of Richard. B. at Barton, Notts. School, 
Oakham, Rutland. Matric. Michs. 1830; Scholar, 1832; B.A. 
{yd Wrangler) 1834; M.A. 1837. Fellow, 1835. Disappears 
from Univ. Calendar, 1837. 
STEVENSON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Apr. 22, 
1881 S of John, Esq., of [Lillie Hill House], Dunfermlme. 
B. May 26, 1861 [at Alloa]. Schools, High School, Dunferm- 
line and Collegiate School, Edinburgh. Matric. Easter, 1881; 
Scholar, 1883; B.A. (34</t Wrangler) 1884. Assistant mmister 
at Galashiels, 1889. Minister at Gargunnock, 1888-1927. 
Baird Lecturer, 1920. Author, Scottish Outposts, etc. Of 
Eildonside, Mekose. Married, July 6, 1909, Agnes Jeanie, 
2nd dau. of the Rev. James Dodds, D.D., of Corstophme, 
near Edinburgh. (1\ A. Walker, 563; Scottish Biographies; 
2 he limes, July 8, 1909.) 
STEVENSON, ROBERT ALAN MOWBRAY. Adm. pens, at 
Sidney, Oct. 8, 1866. Only s. of Alan, raihroad-engineer, of 
Edinburgh [buUder of Skerryvore lighthouse, engineer to the 
Board of Northern Lights] (for whom see D.N.B.) (and 
Margaret Jones). B. Mar. 25, 1847, in Edinburgh. School, 
Windermere CoUege (Mr Puckle). Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 
1871; M.A. 1882. Studied painting under Auguste Ortmans 
at Fontainebleau, 1869; at the School of Art, Edinburgh, 
1871-2; at the Beaux Arts, Antwerp, 1873; at the atelier of 
Carolus Duran in Paris, 1873-6- Accompanied R. L. 
Stevenson, his cousin, in the 'canoe- trip' in France, 1876. 
Exhibited landscape paintings at the Royal Academy ajid 
other galleries. Taught painting at Cambridge in association 
with the Slade Professor. Roscoe Professor of Fme Arts, 
Liverpool University CoUege, 1880-93. Contributed to the 
Saturday Review, 1883-9, as critic of pamtmg and music. 
Art Critic of the Pall MaU Gazette, 1893-1900. Married, 1881, 
Louisa, dau. of Theodore Pyrland, Esq. Author, 2 he Art of 
Velasquez, etc. Died Apr. 18, 1900. [Boose, vi. 620; Who was 
Who; D.N.B.) 
STEVENSON, ROBERT JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pem- 
broke, June 18, 1833. S. of William Ford, Esq. Matric. 
Michs. 1833. 
STEVENSON, ROBERT MONTGOMERY. Adm. pens, at Peter- 
house, Oct. I, 18S7. S. of J. S., Esq., of the Elms, Stu-lmg. 
B. July 19, 1865. School, private. Matric. Michs. 1887. Ot 
Holme Hill, Merrow, Surrey, and later of Inghston, Forfar. 
Died Mar. 22, 1943, at Guildford. [Jhe Times, Mar. 24, I943-) 
STEVENSON, SETH ELLIS. Adm. sizar (age 20) at Peterhouse, 
June 25, 1779. [S. of the Rev. Seth Ellis (i743-4). Head 
Master of East Retford Grammar School.] School, Retfoid. 
Matric. Michs. 1779; Scholar; B.A. 1783. Sometime C. of 
Legsby, Lines. Resided latterly at East Barkwith, Lines., 
where he died Aug. 19, 1814, 'aged 56.' M.I. found (1947) 
on a fallen gravestone in the church. (T. A. Walker, 346; 
G. Mag., 1814, II. 294.) 
STEVENSON, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Christ's, July 4, 1791- 
Of Leics. Matric. Michs. 1793; Scholar; B A. i797; M-A- 
1806. Ord. deacon (Lincohi) Mar. 1797; priest (York) Oct. 
1798; C. of Dishley, Leics. P.C. of Thrumpton, Notts. C. of 
St Peter's, Blackburn, Lanes. Head Master of Loughborough 



Stevenson-Moore, Charles James 

Grammar School 'for 30 years.' Domestic Chaplain to the 
Marquess of WeUesley. Died Dec. 4, 1850, aged 78, at Lough- 
borough. Fatherof Henry J. (1823). [Peile, 11. 332; G. Mag., 
1851, I. 212.) 
STEVENSON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
May 19 1821. S. of [the Ven.] George (1781). B. [June 6, 
1804] at Callan, Co. Kilkenny. School, Eton. Matnc. Michs. 
i82i-'b A. 1825. R. of St Peter's, Cheese Hill, Wmchester, 
I852-J.4 Disappears from Clergy List, 1845. Brother of 
George (1812) and Charles B. (1813). (Eton Sch. Lists.) 
STEVENSON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Magdalene, 
Jan 31 1824. S. of Thomas, surgeon, of Stamford, Lines, 
(and Margaret Hunt). School, Stamford. 
STEVENSON, The Rev.THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 10, 
i860. S. of George, of Maida Hill, London. B. Nov. 23, 1831, m 
London. School, King's CoUege, London. Matnc. Michs. 
i860; B.A. 1864; M.A. 1867. Ord. deacon (London) 1856; 
priest, 1857; C. of St Peter's, Stepney, 1856-60. C. of Mel- 
drpth Cambs 1861-3. C. of St Michael's, Chester Square, 
S C of Pkrk Chapel, Chelsea, 1864-8. V. of St Mary's. 
Vomers Town, Surrey. 1868-87. Died Feb. 27, 1887. {Crock- 
ford; The Times, Mar. 2, 1887.) 
STEVENSON, THOMAS BLADES. Adm. sizar (age 23) at 
Christ's, Jan. 30, 1836. S. of Thomas bookseller of Cam- 
bridge. Matric. Michs. 1836; Scholar, 1837; B.A. 1840; M.A. 
1843 Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1843; priest, 1845. Assistant 
Master at King Edward VI's School, Birmingham, 1842-75. 
Resided latterly at Croydon, where he died May 21 1896. 
aged 84. Father of Gerard F. (1871). (Crockford; 2 he Stan- 
dard, May 25, 1896; Peile, ii, 457-) 

STEVENSON, THOMAS WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity 
Hall, Mar. 5, 1876. S. of John Esq., J.P., ironmaster of 
Ormesby Park, Middlesbrough, Yorks. [B. 1856.] School, 
Durham. Matric. Michs. 1876. Died shortly after leaving 
Cambridge. (Durham Sch. Reg.) 

STEVENSON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 20) at St John's, 
May 20, I755. S. of David, gent., of [Beaconsfield], Bucks, 
(and Sarah). [Bapt. Apr. 27, 1736, at Beaconsfiel<l] School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. i755; Scholar; B.A 1759; M.A. 1771. 
Ord. deacon (Rochester, Litt. dim. ^0^ London) Sept. 23, 
1759- priest Lincohi) Mar. 18, 1764. V. of High Easter, 
Essex 1766-70. R. of Borley and Langenhoe, 1770 805. 
Chaplain to Henry, Lord St John. Died Aug 6 1805. Brother 
of David (1761). (Eton Coll. Reg.; St John's Coll. Adm., iii. 
637; G. Mag., 1805, II. 781.) 

STEVENSON, WILLIAM ALLAN. Adm. pens, at Queens'. 
July 5, 1842. Matric. Michs. 1842; B.A. 1846; MA. 1850. 
Ord deacon and priest (Chester) 1848; C. of Nantwich 
Cheshire, 1848-50. C. of Eccleston, Lanes., 1851-4- G of 
Withington, 1854-6. C. of CrumpsaU, Manchester, 1856-9. 
PC of St Luke's, Formby, 1859-90. Resided latterly at 
Oakleigh, Nantwich. Disappears from Crockford, 1906. 

STEVENSON, WILLIAM GEORGE. Adm. Fell. -Com. at 
DOWNING, Apr. 26, 1852; from Christ Church, Oxford, whence 
he had mktric. May 15, 1845. age 17. [Eldest s- of Cap am 
George, of Grafton Street, London and of Baflord House 
Charlton Kings, Gloucs. (and Louisa, dau. of John Josiah 
Holford, of Kilwyn, Llandovery, Carm and York Place 
Portman Square, London). B. June 23, 1827. School, Eton.] 
Matric. Easter, 1852. Of Foxlease House, Hants^, which he 
sold in 1900. J. P. for Hants., Gloucs. and Brecknocks. 
lometime^of the 68th Durham Light I^i^^try and Scots 
Guards. Married, Aug. 3, 1852, Maria Ann, dau. of Col. 
Hardress Robert Saunderson, and had issue. Died Oct. 16, 
1910. (Burke, L.G.; Eton Sch. Lists.) 

STEVENSON-MOORE. CHARLES JAMES. Adm. pens, at Peter- 
house, Oct. I, 1885. S. of the Rev. John James [LL D . 
Trin CoU., Dublin], V. of Dagenham, Essex. B June 8, 
1866 a? Swansea.' School, Felsted Matnc. Michs. 1885. 
Migrated to Emmanuel, Jan. 18, 1886. Appointed to I.C S , 
188^; Assistant Magistrate and CoUector in Bengal, 1887; 
Settlement Officer, 1896; Magistrate and Collector 1898 
Inspector-General of PoUce, Bengal 1904-7; Director of 

Sing above Montreux. Switzerland. J^lVf. ^947, aged 81. 
Brother of John E. S. 1881, sub Moore). (Al. Felsted., 1 . A. 
Walk^ Isi- J. P. Shawcross, History of Dagenham; R. 
Gardner; Who's Who; The Times, July 26, i947-) 



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STEVENTON, EDWIN HORATIO. Adm. sizar at Corpus 
CiiKisTi, I'eb. 17, 1826. Of Lines. Matric. Michs. 1826; 
Scholar, 1827; li.A. (yd Wrangler and ist Smith's prize) 
1830; M.A. 1S33; B.D. 1841. Fellow, 1832. Junior Proctor, 
1839-40. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 8, 1834; priest 
(Bristol) 1836. C. of Paddington, 184 1-6. V. of All Saints, 
Paddington, 1847-71. Latterly of Southborough, Tunbridge 
Wells, where he died May 14, 1890. Doubtless brother of the 
next. (Boase, in. 747; Crockford; The Guardian, May 21, 
1890.) 

STEVENTON, HENRY JAMES. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
July 9, 1840. Of Lines. Matric. Michs. 1840; Scholar, 1841; 
B.A. 1844. Doubtless brother of the above. 

STEWARD, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Nov. 21, 1821. 
[S. of William, of Great Yarmouth. B. Nov. 7, 1803. School, 
Charterhouse.] A wine-merchant in London. Died in 1835. 
Brother of Francis (1825). (List of Carthusians.) 

STEWARD, ALFRED ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Dec. 12, 1868. S. of Robert, merchant [of 7, Trumpington 
Street, Cambridge]. B. Mar. 9, 1849, at Southtown, Great 
Yarmouth. School, Southtown. Matric. Lent, 1869. Kept 
six terms. (Peile, 11. 609.) 

STEWARD, AMBROSE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 17, 
1816. Of Norfolk. [S. of Ambrose, of Stoke Park, Suffolk 
(by his ist wife, Harriet, dau. of William Heath, of Hem- 
blington Hall, Norfolk). B. I797-] School, Winchester. 
Matric. Michs. 1816; B.A. 1820; M.A. 1828. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) June 17, 1821 ; priest. Mar. 3, 1822. R. of Belstead, 
Suffolk, 1829-45. R. of Wetheringsett with Brockford, 
1836-40. R. of Warden, Kent, 1841-5. Disappears from 
Clergy List, 1864. Father of the next. (V. Hodson; F. P. 
White.) 

STEWARD, AMBROSE HEATH. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 29, 1858. S. of the Rev. Ambrose (above) (and Susan). 

B. Jan. 2, 1840, at Bramford, Suffolk. Matric. Michs. 1858; 
B.A. 1862; M.A. 1865. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1863; priest, 1864; 

C. of Godmanchester, Hunts., 1863-4. C. of Woolpit, Suffolk, 
1864-70. C. of Norton, 1870. R. of Ashby Parva, Leics., 
1870-3. Disappears from Clergy List, 1874. 

STEWARD, CHARLES JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 8, 
1857. S. of Charles, of Blundeston, Suffolk (and Harriet, 
dau. of Ambrose Harbord Steward, Esq., of Stoke Park, 
Sufiolk). B. June 6, 1839, at Blundeston. School, Surrey 
(private). Matric. Michs. 1857; B.A. 1861; M.A. 1864. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) 1862; priest, 1864; C. of Oulton, Sufiolk, 
1862-5. R. of Somerleyton with Ashby, Sufiolk, 1865-97. 
Resided subsequently at Ipswich, where he died Nov. 28, 
1909. (Crockford; Walford, County Families; The Times, 
Dec. 2, 1909.) 

STEWARD, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Mar. 21, 
1825. S. of W[iUiam], Esq., of Great Yarmouth. [B. Mar. i, 
1806.] School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1825; B.A. 1829. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 27, 1829; priest, June 6, 1830. 
R. of Barking with Darmsden, Suffolk, 1836-92. J. P. for 
Sufiolk. Married, 1830, Sarah Tolver, 2nd dau. of Isaac 
Preston. Died May 19, 1892. Brother of Alfred (1821). (List 
of Caiihusians; Crockford; The Guardian, May 25, 1892; 
R. L. Arrowsmith.) 

STEWARD, FRANCIS CONWAY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
May 11, 1853. Of Cambs. Matric. Michs. 1853; B.A. 1857; 
M.A. 1867. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1858; priest, 1859; C. of 
Somerleyton, Suffolk, 1858-66. C. of Salhouse, Norfolk, 
1866-8. V. of Runham, 1868-1901. R. of Lammas with 
Little Hautbois, 1901-3. Died June 8, 1903, aged 68. 
(Crockford; Cambridge Chronicle, June 19, 1903.) 

STEWARD, GEORGE EDWARD. Matric. Lent, 1866, from 
Clare. Not found in College adm. register, but name on the 
College books in 1912. 

STEWARD, GEORGE WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Nov. 7, 1822. Of Norwich. School, Norwich. 
Matric. Michs. 1823; Scholar, 1824; B.A. 1827; M.A. 1830. 
Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1828; priest (Norwich) May 24, 1829. 
R. of Caister-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, 1829-78. Disappear? 
from Crockford, 1879. Father of the next. 

STEWARD, GEORGE WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
June 25, 1855. [2nd] s. of the Rev. G[eorge] W[illiam] 
(above), R. of Caister, Great Yarmouth. Matric. Michs. 1855; 
Scholar, 1858; M.A. 1862; M.B. 1864. Died July 23, 1864, 
aged 28, in Grosvenor Terrace, Warwick Square, London. 
(T. A. Walker, 510; G. Mag., 1864, 11. 394.) 

STEWARD, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 31, 
1843. Of Norfolk. [S. of the Rev. John Henry (1818). B. 
1825.] Matric. Michs. 1843; Scholar, 1844; B.A. 1848. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) 1847; priest, 1848; C. of Swardeston, 
Norfolk, 1847-63. R. of Hethel (succeeding his father), 
1863-91. Died May 15, 1891, aged 67. (Crockford; Walford, 
County Families; The Guctrdian, May 27, 1891.) 



STEWART, Alexander 

STEWARD (or STEWART), JOHN. Adm. sizar at Trinity, 
Sept. i8, 1786, as Steward. [S. of Thomas, of Bury St Ed- 
munds (and Mary). B. Dec. i, 1769, at Bury St Edmunds. 
School, Charterhouse (scholar).] Matric. Michs. 1787; B.A. 
1792 (Steward); M.A. 1800 (Steward). Ord. priest (London) 
Apr. 19, 1795. Assistant Master at Charterhouse, 1793-1805; 
Lisher, 1805-11. K. of Little Wigborough, Essex, 1811-12. 
R. of Little Hallingbury, 1812-35. K. of Thwaite All Saints, 
Norfolk, 1832-5. Married Eliza, dau. of William Burdett, of 
Mowsley, Leics. Died in Mar. 1835. Frequently confused 
with John Stewart (1780). (Al. Carthus.; R. L. Arrowsmith; 
G. Mag., 1835, II. 217.) 

STEWARD, JOHN BURDETT. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Pem- 
broke, June 29, 1818. Only s. of Richard, M.D., deceased, 
late of Bourne, Lines. B. there. Matric. Michs. 1818; B.A. 
1823; M.B. 1824; Med.Lic. 1827; M.D. 1829. M.R.C.P., 1828; 
F.R.C.P., 1831; M.R.C.S., 1849. Harveian Orator, 1855. 
House Surgeon at Queen's Hospital, Birmingham, 1849-50. 
Physician and proprietor of Southall Park asylum, Middlesex. 
Author, medical. Latterly of Sandown, Isle of Wight, where 
he died Mar. 6, i888. (Boase, vi. 621; Medical Directories.) 

STEWARD, JOHN HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Jan. 10, 1818. [Eldest] s. of John [attorney. Alderman, High 
Sheriff, and sometime Mayor of Norwich] (and .A.nna Maria, 
dau. of John Richards). B. [Dec. 9, 1799], at Heigham, 
Norfolk. School, Norwich. Matric. Lent, 1818; B.A. 1822; 
M.A. 1825. Ord. deacon (Peterb., Litt. dim. from Norwich) 
1822. V. (and patron) of Swardeston, Norfolk, 1824-63. V. of 
Saxlingham-Nethergate with Saxlingham-Thorpe, 1824-32. 
R. (and patron) of Hethel, 1835-63. J. P. for Norfolk. Mar- 
ried, 1821, Harriet, dau. of the Rev. W. Farley Wilkinson, 
V. of N. Walsham. Died Mar. 22, 1863, at the Manor House, 
E. Carleton. Father of Henry (1843). (Crockford; Clerical 
Guide; Northants. Clergy; Burke, L.G.; Walford, County 
Families; G, Mag., 1863, i. 664.) 

STEWARD, PETER FINCH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 11, 
1859. [4th] s. of Timothy, of Heigham Lodge, Norwich. B. 
May 19, 1840, at Norwich. School, Suffolk (private). Matric. 
Michs. 1859: B.A. 1863. 

STEWARD, REGINALD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 31, 1873. 
[2nd] s. of Edward [solicitor], of Saxlingham-Nethergate 
Hall, Norfolk. B. July 19, 1854, at Eaton, Norfolk. School, 
Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1873; B..\. 1S80. Football 
(rugby) 'blue,' 1875, 1876. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Nov. 5, 1875. Sometime a tea-planter in Ceylon; in Assam 
in 1880. Returned to England. J. P. for Norfolk. Found 
shot in his garden at Saxlingham Hall, Norfolk, Jan. 16, 1913. 
(Haileybury Reg.; Scott, MSS.; The Times, Jan. 18, 1913.) 

STEWARD, RUPERT DONALD. Adm. at Trinity Hall, Lent, 
1899. S. of Donald, deceased, of Old Catton, Norwich. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Lent, 1899. Served in the Boer War, 1898- 
1901 (Second Lieut., The Norfolk Regt. (T.A.), 1900; Second 
Lieut., 5th Dragoon Guards, 1901). Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Capt., R.F.A.; M.C., 1919; mentioned twice in 
despatches). A farmer. Of Spexhall, Halesworth, Sufiolk, 
where he died Sept. 18, 1933. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Army Lists; 
The Times, Sept. 19, 1933.) 

STEWARD, SIDNEY JOHN. Adm. pens, at Downing, June 13, 
1897. [S. of John A., J. P. B. 1879. at Worcester. School, 
Cathedral King's School, Worcester.] Matric. Michs. 1897; 
M.B. and B.Chir. 1904; M.D. 1910; D.P.H. 1911. At 
St Thomas's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1904. Served in 
the South African War, 1898-1901. Assistant Medical 
Officer, Devon County asylum, Exminster; Resident Medical 
Officer, Carmarthenshire Infirmary; House Surgeon, Brighton 
and Hove Hospital for Women and Children; House Surgeon, 
Teignmouth Hospital. Sometime Government Surgeon, Port 
of Spain, Trinidad. Practised at Guildford. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.A.M.C; D.S.O., 1914; 'went 
with a party of stretcher-bearers across ground swept by 
rifle and shell fire to Langemark village, and removed eleven 
wounded men'; mentioned in despatches). Practised sub- 
sequently at Farncombe, Surrey. Author, medical. Of 
GuOdford in 1940. (The V.C. and D.S.O.; Medical Direc- 
tories.) 

STEWART, ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 4, 
1844. S. of John, architect, of Liverpool (and Mary Ann). 
B. there. Bapt. Sept. 14, 1826. Matric. Michs. 1844. Migrated 
to Clare, Mar. 12, 1845; B.A. 1848; M.A. 1852. Ord. deacon, 
1849; priest, 1850; C. of Smalley, Derbs., 1849-55. C. of 
South Cadbury, Somerset, 1855-8. C. of Chilton-Cantelo, 
1858-68. V. of Cogges, Oxon., 1868-70. R. of Liverpool, 
1870-1904. Hon. Canon of Liverpool, 1880. Resided sub- 
sequently in Liverpool, where he died Mar. 30, 1916, aged 89. 
Father of Charles J. (1877) and John (1875). (Crockford; 
Who was Who; The Times, i\3i. 31, 1916.) 



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STEWART, ALEXANDER GEORGE JOHN. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, July 9, 1870. [S. of Alexander John Robert (next), 
of Chancellor House, Tunbridge Wells, and of Ards, Co. 
Donegal] (and Lady Isabella Graham-Toller). B. Feb. 13, 
1852, in London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1870. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, Jan. 29, 1873. Called to the Bar, 
Nov. 17, 1884. Married, Apr. 10, 1883, Julia Blanche, 3rd 
dau. of Charles Dingwall, Esq., of Streatham, Surrey, and 
had issue. Died Dec. 5, 1897. Brother of George L. (1881) 
and Henry M. (1884). (Eton Sch. Lists; Law Lists; Foster, 
Men at the Bar; Burke, L.G. of Ireland; Walford, County 
Families.) 

STEWART, ALEXANDER JOHN ROBERT. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Dec. 25, 1846. [Only s. of Alexander Robert (next) 
(and Lady Caroline Anne Pratt, dau. of John Jeffries, ist 
Marquess Camden). B. July 5, 1827.] Matric. Michs. 1847. 
Of Ards, Co. Donegal, and Laurenceto%vn House, Co. Down. 
J.P. and D.L.; High Sherig of Co. Donegal, 1853 and of Co. 
Down, i85i. Married, May 17, 1851, Lady Isabella Rebecca 
Graham-Toler, 7th dau. of Hector John, 2nd Earl of Norbury. 
Died July 30, 1904. Father of George L. (1881), Henry M. 
(1884) and the above. (Burke, L.G. of Ireland; Walford, 
County Families.) 

STEWART, ALEXANDER ROBERT. Adm. Fell.-Com. at St 
John's, May 8, 1815. [Eldest s. of Alexander, of Ards, Co. 
Donegal (and Lady Mary Moore, 2nd dau. of Charles, ist Mar- 
quess of Drogheda).] B. [Feb. 12, 1795], in Co. Donegal. 
Matric. Michs. 1815. Of Ards, Co. Donegal, and Laurencetown 
House, Co. Down. M.P. for County Londonderry, 1818-30. 
J.P. and D.L.; High Sheriff, 1830. Married, July 28, 1825, 
^ Lady Caroline Anne Pratt, 3rd dau. of John Jeffries, ist Mar- 
quess Camden. Died Mar. 25, 1850. Father of the above; 
brother of Charles M. (1819). (Return of M.P.s; Burke, L.G. 
of Ireland.) 

STEWART, ALEXANDER WESTWOOD. Matric. Non-CoU., 
Michs. 1898. Migrated to Downing, Dec. 10, 1898. 

STEWART, ALLAN DUNCAN. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse. 
Mar. 29, 1849. S. of Col. Alexander [East India Co.], deceased, 
of [Strathgarry and] Edinburgh (and Janetta, dau. of Ralph 
Allan Daniell, Esq., of Trelisseck, Cornwall). B. Mar. 7, 1831 . 
School, Edinburgh Academy. Matric. Michs. 1849; B.A. 
(10th Wrangler) 1853. Fellow, 1853. M.I.C.E. A consulting 
engineer in Edinburgh, 1861-81. Head of the London staff 
during the construction of the Forth bridge. Married, 1857, 
Susan, dau. of Archibald Hepbume-Mitchelson, and had 
issue. Of Strathgarry and Innerhadden, "Perths. J.P. for 
Perths. Died Oct. 31, 1894. (7. A. Walker, 497; Edinburgh 
Acad. Reg.; Walford, County Families; Stewarts of Appin, 
180.) 

STEWART, ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
St John's, Mar. 17, 1826. [5th] s. of Sir George, Bart. 
(Christ Church, Oxford, 1769), of Murthly Castle, Perths., 
(and Catherine, dau. of John Drummond). B. [Aug. 29, 1807] 
in Edinburgh. Matric. Easter, 1826. Migrated to Corpus 
Christi, July 3, 1826. Succeeded his brother as 8th Baronet, 
Apr. 28, 1871. Married, May 4, 1875, Hester Mary, dau. of 
John Eraser. Died Sept. 20, 1890, at Murthly Castle. (Boose, 
VI. 621; G.£.C.) 

STEWART, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 16, 1837. 
[B. Dec. 12, 1813.] Of the Custom House, London. School, 
Eton. Did not reside. (Peile, ii. 460.) 

STEWART, ARTHUR DUDLEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 30, 1896. [Eldest] s. of Robert Warren, of Brighton 
Lodge, Monkstown, Co. Dublin. B. Oct. 8, 1877, at Foo Chow, 
China. School, Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1900; 
M.A. 1904. Ord. deacon (London) 1901; priest, 1902; C. of 
St Paul's, Canonbury, 1901-5. Principal of St Paul's College 
(C.M.S.), Hongkong, 1905-32. V. of Lyonsdown, New Bamet, 
Herts., 1933-47. Lie. to offic, dio. of Hongkong, 1948-51. 
C. of H. Trin., Bournemouth, 1951-. (Haileybury Reg.; 
Crockford.) 

STEWART, ARTHUR JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 8, 
1868. S. of the Rev. John (1840), of West Derby, near Liver- 
pool. B. June 16, 1850, at Newark, Notts. School, Ipswich 
Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1869; B..A.. 1874. Brother of Percy 
(1875). 

STEWART, AUBREY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 21, 1864. 
S. of the Rev. David J[ames] (1833), of Bene't Place, Cam- 
bridge. B. [Dec. 26], 1844, at Ely, Cambs. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1864; Scholar, 1866; B.A. (iitk Classic) 1868; 
M.A. 1871. Fellow, 1870. Married, May 8, 1899, Lilias 
Augusta Wright. Secretary of the Royal Water Colour 
Society. Edited Plautus' Memschmi and English Epigrams 
and Epitaphs ; translated various classical works. Resided at 
Ipswich, where he died Dec. 31, 1918; buried in the Mill Road 
cemetery, Cambridge. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; The Times, Jan. 3, 
1919; Camb. Univ. Year-book, 1906.) 



Stewart, Charles James 

STEWART, BERNARD HALLEY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus 
Oct. 1893. S. of Halley. B. at Hastings. School, University 
School, Hastmgs. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896- B Chir 
1904; .M.B. and .M.A. 1908; M.D. 191 1. At Guy's Hospital! 
Assistant House Surgeon there. Clinical Assistant, Hospital 
for Women, Soho. Practised at Bamet, Herts.; Senior 
Medical OflRcer, Wellhouse Hospital, Bamet.' F.R S E 
Member of Executive Committee, Asthma Research Council^ 
and of St Bartholomew's Hospital cancer Committee' 
Author, medical. Of 'Fairlight,' Totteridge, Herts., in 1947' 
(Jesus Coll. Report; Medical Directories.) 

STEWART, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Aug. 16, 
1864. [S. of John, wooUen-draper, of Cheapside, London. 
School, St Paul's.] Matric. Michs. 1864; B.A. 1869; M.A. 
1874. Membre de I'Academie Nationale, France. Author, 
International Correspondence by means of Numbers. Died 
Nov. 5, 1911, aged 66, at the Charterhouse, London. 
(St Paul's Sch. Reg.; The Times, Nov. 7, 19 11.) 

STEWART, CHARLES ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Trinity 
Hall, Mar. 27, 1826. Eldest s. of Lieut.-Colonel — , of 
Melton, Woodbridge, Suffolk. Matric. Michs. 1826; B.A. 
1831. 

STEWART, CHARLES BALFOUR. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Oct. 19, 1882. [Elder] s. of Balfour [LL.D., F.R.S.], Professor 
at Owens College, Manchester. B. [July 12, 1864], at Rich- 
mond, Surrey. Schools, Marlborough College, Edinburgh 
Institution; and at Owens College, Manchester. Matric. 
Easter, 1883; B.A. i886; M.A. 1890; M.B. and B.Chir. 1897. 
At Liverpool, Guy's Hospital, and Vienna. M.R.C.S.; 
L.R.C.P., 1895. House Physician, Royal Infirmary, Liver- 
pool. Assistant Bacteriologist, Liverpool Corporation and 
Assistant Lecturer, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. 
Assistant Bacteriologist, Imperial Research Laboratory, 
Bombay. Went to the Gold Coast to assist in the extermina- 
tion of malaria-bearing mosquitoes, 1902. In practice at 
Huntspill, Somerset, 1904-14. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Capt., R.A.M.C). Resided latterly in Switzeriand. 
Died Mar. 13, 1942, at Montreux. (Marlborough Coll. Reg.; 
Medical Directories; The Times, Mar. 18, 1942; Peile, ii, 694.) 

STEWART, CHARLES EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Christ's, Mar. 3, 1767. S. of Giles. B. at Long Melford, 
Suffolk. School, Ely. Scholar, 1767; matric. Lent, 1768; 
B.A. 1771. Incorp. at Magdalen College, Oxford, 1772; M.A. 
(O.xford) 1773. R- of Courteenhall, Northants., 1773-95. 
R. of Wakes Colne, Essex, 1795-1819. R. of Rede, Suffolk, 
1807-19. Author, The Aliad; an heroical epistle to Clostz 
Redivivus. Died Oct. 8, 1819, aged 70. (Peile, 11. 283; 
Al, Oxon.; Northants. Clergy, xiii. 65.) 

STEWART, CHARLES EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 9, 1836. [Eldest s. of John, of BeUadrum, Invemess- 
shire, formerly of Bombay (and Jamesina Grant). B. 
June 13, 1817; bapt. July 9, 1817, at the Scotch Kirk, 
Bombay. At the University of London, 1834-5.] Matric. 
Michs. 1836. Entered the East India Co.'s Civil Service, 1837. 
At Haileybury College, 1838-9. Assistant Magistrate and 
Collector at Dharwar, 1840. Died Oct. 18, 1840, at Bombay. 
M.I. in St Thomas's Cathedral, Bombay. (J. Rennie; 
Memorials of Old Haileybury College, 562.) 

STEWART, CHARLES GERARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Jan. 30, 1857. S. of Lieut. -Col. Charles, of Spring Terrace, 
Richmond, Surrey. B. May 29, 1837, in India. School, 
Helston, Comwall. Matric. Michs. 1857; B.A. 1861; M.A. 
1864. Ord. deacon (Bp. Ryan, for Ripon) 1871; priest 
(Ripon) 1872; C. of St Luke's, Bradford, 1871-3. Incumb. 
of Campbeltown, Argyll, 1873-4. Of Campbeltown in 1888. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1889. (Crockford.) 

STEWART, CHARLES HENRY HILTON (or HYLTON). Adm. 
pens, (age 20) at Christ's, Oct. 20, 1870. S. of WUliam. B. at 
Bath. School, Bath. Matric. Michs. 1870. Kept three terms. 
Migrated to St Catharine's, Oct. 15, 1S71; Choral Scholar 
and organist; B.A. 1874; M.A. 1877. Organist of Chichester 
Cathedral, 1874-5. Ord. deacon (Bp. Claughton, for Ro- 
chester) 1875; priest (Rochester) 1876; C. of Pebmarsh, 
Essex, 1875-7. Minor Canon, Precentor and Sacristan of 
Chester Cathedral, 1877-89. V. of New Brighton, Cheshire, 
1889-1904. R. of Bathwick with Woolley, Somerset, 1904-16. 
Hon. Canon of Chester, 1916-22. Married Florence Hope, 
dau. of Thomas Dixon, banker, of Chester. Died Apr. 7 
1922, at Chester, aged 72. (Crockford; The Guardian, Apr. 13, 
1922.) 

STEWART, CHARLES JAME5. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Ju?y 4. 
1832. Of Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1832. Died Feb. 24 
1843. (Warwick's Universal Register, 1844.) 

STEWART, CHARLES J AMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 31, 
1877. S. of the Rev. Alexander (1844), R. of Liverpool, of 



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Stewart, Charles Moore 

29, Sandon Street, Liverpool. B. Sept. 21, 1858, in Liverpool. 
School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881. .-Vdm. 
Solicitor, 1883; practised in London and in Twickenham 
(Messrs Johnson, Weatherall and Stewart). Died Oct. 18, 
1937. at 9, Radnor Place, Hyde Park. Brother of John (1875). 
{Uppingham Sch. Roll; Law Lists; The limes, Oct. 21, i937-) 

STEWART, CHARLES MOORE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 26, 1819. [2nd] s. of Alexander, Esq., of Ards, Co. 
Donegal (and Lady J\lary Moore, 2nd dau. of Charles, ist 
Marquess of Drogheda). B. Mar. 5, i799> at Ards. Matnc. 
Michs. 1819; B.A. 1823. In Holy Orders. Married, 1830, 
Alice, 2nd dau. of the Rt. Hon. John Ormsby Vandeleur, of 
Kikush House, Co. Clare. Died, s.p., Feb. 1831. Brother of 
Ale.\ander R. (1815). (Burke, L.G. of Ireland.) 

STEWART, CHARLES PATRICK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 15, 1841. [3rd s. of Lieut.-Col. the Hon. James Henry 
Keith (1801) (and Henrietta Anne, dau. of the Rev. Spencer 
Madan, D.D.). B. May 27, 1823.] Matric. Michs. 1841; B.A. 
1845; M.A. 1849. Of Silwood Park, Sunninghill, Berks. 
Married, Aug. 4, 1859, Frances Anne, dau. of William Cour- 
tenay Cruttenden, of Mount Heaton, Lanes., and had issue. 
Died July 7, 1882. Brother of Spencer (1838). (Burke, 
P. and B.) 

STEWART (post POYNTZ-STEWART), CHARLES POYNTZ 
Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 10, 1857. [Only] s. of Pnilip 
[Collector, of Surat] (and Matilda, dau. of William Dawson, 
Esq., of St Leonard's Hill, Berks.). B. Aug. 2, 1836, at 
Brighton. School, Paris (private) [and at the Sorbonne]. 
Matric. Michs. 1857; B.A. 1861; M.A. 1864. Adm. com. causa 
at Oxford, 1867. Of Chesfield Park, Herts. J. P. for Herts. 
Married, Feb. i, 1882, Caroline Elizabeth, only child of Col. 
Robert Hindley Wilkinson, of Chesfield Park, Stevenage, 
Herts., and had issue. Died in June, 1925. [At. Oxon.; 
Burke, L.G.; Walford, County Families; The Times, June 26, 
1925 ; V. Hodson.) 

STEWART, CHARLES ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H., 
Oct. I, 1897. [S. of Charles William, of Hove, Sussex.] B. 
Apr. 16, 1879. School, Clifton College. Matric. Michs. 1897; 
B.A. 1900; M.A. 1905. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1902; 
priest, 1903; C. of Basingstoke, Hants., 1902-8. C. of 
St Clement's, Bournemouth, 1908-12; V. there, 1912-35. 
Hon. Canon of Winchester, 1933. V. of Fordingbridge with 
Ibsley, Hants., 1935-44. Died in 1944. {Clifton Coll. Reg.; 
Crockford.) 

STEWART, CHARLES TRENCH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 30, 1896. S. of James Robert, of Gortleitragh, Kings- 
town, Co. Dublin. B. May 12, 1878, at Kingstown. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899. A stockbroker in 
Dublin. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut., S. Irish 
Horse and R. Irish Regt.). Of Gortleitragh, Kingstown, Co. 
Dublin. Brother of Henry P. (1894). (Harrow Sch. Reg., 
which gives his father as ' the Very Rev. Henry'.) 

STEWART, The Hon. CHARLES WILLIAM. Hon. LL.D. 1814. 
Adm. nobleman at Trinity, July 5, 1814. S. of the Rt. Hon. 
Robert [ist Marquess of Londonderry] (by his 2nd wife, 
Frances, dau, of Charles Pratt, ist Earl Camden). [B. 
May 18, 1778, in Dublin. School, Eton.] Hon. D.C.L., 
Oxford, 1814. Served in Flanders, 1794, and in the Irish 
Rebellion; Lieut.-Col., 5th Dragoons; Lieut.-Col., i8th Dra- 
goons, 1799. Adjt. -General, 1809-12, under Sir John Moore 
in Portugal and in the Peninsula. K.B., 1813; G.C.B., 1815; 
K.G., 1852. Envoy to Berlin and Military Commissioner with 
the Allied Armies, 1813-14. M.P. for Thomastown (Irish 
Parliament), 1789-1800 and for Co. Derry, 1801-7 and 
1812-14. Under-Secretary for War, 1807-9. Created Baron 
Stewart of Stewart's Court and BaUylawn, Co. Donegal, 1814. 
P.C, 1814. Ambassador to Vienna, 1814-23. G.C.H., 1815. 
Assumed by Royal Licence the name of Vane, in lieu of 
Stewart, 1821. Succeeded his half-brother as 3rd Marquess 
of Londonderry, Aug. 12, 1822. Created Viscount Seaham 
of Seaham, Co. Durham, and Earl Vane, 1823. Married 
(i) Aug. 8, 1804, Catharine, 4th dau. of John (Bligh), 3rd Earl 
of Damley, and had issue; (2) Apr. 3, 18 19, Frances Anne 
Emily, dau. of Sir Henry Vane-Tempest, and Bart., of Long 
Newton, Durham. Died Mar. 6, 1854, at Holdernesse House, 
Park Lane; buried at Long Newton. Half-brother of Robert 
(1786); father of William R. F. (1835). {G.E.C.; D.N.B.; 
Trin. Coll. Adm. assigns the Hon. degree of 1814 to Robert.) 

STEWART, DAVID ALEXANDER. Adm. at C^ius, Oct. i, 1882. 
S. of David, engineer, of Belfast. B. there, Aug. 11, 1861. 
School, Royal Academical Institution; and at Queen's 
College, Belfast. Matric. Michs. 1882; Scholar; B.A. {6th 
Wrangler) 1885; (Math. Trip., Pt III, 1886); M.A. 1889; B.D. 
1920. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1886; priest, 1887. Vice-Principal 
of Chester Training College, 1886-93. C. of Stranton, 
Durham, 1893-7. Assistant Master at Foyle College, 1897- 
1900. C. of Wanstead, Essex, 1901-6. R. of Long Stratton, 
Norfolk, 1906-16. R. of St Peter's, March, Cambs., 1916-34. 



Stewart, Frederick Campbell 

Rural Dean of March from 1926. Married, Aug. 21, 1917, 
Edith Pelham, younger dau. of the Rev. H. H. McCuUagh, 
of Wrexham. Author, The Place of Christianity among the 
Greater Religions of the World. Died July i, 1934- {Venn, 
II. 455; Crockford; The Times, July 6, i934-) 

STEWART, DAVID JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Oct. 18, 1833. S. of Archibald. B. in London. School, 
private. Matric. Michs. 1834; B.A. 1839; M.A. 1842. Ord. 
deacon (Chester) 1839; priest, 1840. C. of Adderbury, Oxon., 
1843-8. V. of Hillmarton, Wilts., 1849-50. H.M. Inspector 
of Schools, 1851-91. Hon. Canon of Ely, 1893-8. Latterly 
of 71, Mornington Road, Regent's Park, London, where he 
died Mar. 18, 1898. Father of Aubrey (1864). {Clergy List; 
Crockford; The limes, Mar. 21, 1898.) 

STEWART, DUNCAN GRANT MACKENZIE. Adm. pens, at 
Emmanuel, Jan. 12, 1885. S. of Duncan, Esq. [barrister], of 
69, Harcourt Terrace, London, S.W. [and Sevenoaks]. B. 
Apr. 18, 1866. [School, Cheltenham College.] Matric. Lent, 
1885; B.A. 1888. Actor and playwright. Of New York in 
1928. {Cheltenham Coll. Reg.) 

STEWART, DUNCAN HUBERT. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Jesus, 
Jan. 1890. S. of Alexander, Esq. B. in Bombay. School, 
private. Matric. Lent, 1890. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Lieut., S. .-Vfrican Force). (Univ. War List.) 

STEWART, EDWARD HAMILTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 13, 1881. [;Eldest] s. of the Ven. Henry, Archdeacon of 
Dromore, Co. Down (and Martha Angelina, only dau. of the 
Rev. Edward M. Hamilton). B. there [June 13], 1862. 
School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. i88i; B.A. 1884; M.A. 
1889. Ord. deacon (Durham) 1885; priest, 1887; C. of 
Bishop Auckland, 1885-g. V. of St Aidan's, Gateshead, 
1889-99. R- of Croxdale, Durham, 1900-9. V. of Kemsing, 
Kent, 1909-24. Rural Dean of Shoreham, 1921-4. Latterly 
of Bath. Married, Jan. 9, 1896, Constance, eldest dau. of 
John H. Gilchrist Clark, Esq., of Speddoch, Dumfriess-shire. 
Died May 7, 1931, at Melksham, Wilts.; buried at Lacock. 
(List of Carthusians; Crockford; Burke, L.G. of Ireland; The 
Times, May 8, 1931.) 

STEWART, EDWARD MICHAEL. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St 
John's, Oct. 23, i8i9;B.A. 1820, incorp. from Trinity College, 
Dublin. [2nd] s. of — [Henry], Esq. [of Tyrcallen, Co. 
Donegal] (and the Hon. Elizabeth Pakenham, eldest dau. of 
Edward Michael, 2nd Lord Longford). B. [i797]. in Co. 
Donegal. Adm. at Trinity College, Dublin, June 7, 1815, 
age 15; B.A. (T.C.D.) 1817; M.A. (T.C.D.) 1824. Of BaUy- 
mena, Co. Tyrone. Married, 1833, Jane Renwick, dau. of 
John Jeffrey, and had issue. Died in 1883. (Burke, L.G. of 
Ireland; At. Dubl.; Walford, County Families.) 

STEWART, FRANCIS HUGH. Adm. at Caius as an 'Advanced 
student,' Oct. i, 1900. S. of Richard Morris, landed- 
proprietor, of 7, Hope Street, St Andrews (and Sarah 
Armstrong). B. [Sept. 11], 1879. School, Oratory, Edgbaston. 
Matric. Michs. 1900. Kept three terms. Re-adm.; B.A. 1928; 
M.A. 1938. M.B. and B.Chir., Edin., 1904; M.A. and D.Sc, 
St Andrews, 1906. Assistant Medical Officer, Staffs, mental 
hospital, Cheddleton. Pathologist to the memorial oph- 
thalmic laboratory, Giza, Egypt. Lieut., I. M.S., 1904; Capt., 
1907; Major, 1915. Served in the Great War, 1914-19. 
Retired, 1921. Author, medical. Died June i, 1951, at 
Grouville, Jersey. (Venn, in. 405; Univ. War List; Army 
Lists; Medical Directories; The Times, June 8, 195 1.) 

STEWART, FRANK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 2, 1879. 
S. of [the Rev.] Richard Benson (1847), V. of Hale, LiverpooL 
B. there, Jan. 30, 1861. School, Wellington College. Matric 
Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1886. Adm. Solicitor, 1889; 
practised in London (Messrs GreenweU and Co., 6, MandeviUe 
Place, W.). Married, 1891. (Wellington Coll. Reg.; Law 
Lists.) 

STEWART, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
June 20, 1835. Eldest s. of Frederick, Esq., of Beverley, 
Yorks. B. there. Matric. Michs. 1835; B..'^. 1841. Ord. 
deacon (Chester); priest (Chester). C. of'StiUington, Yorks., 
1849-54. C. of St Mary's, Beverley, 1858. Died Aug. 20, 
1858, aged 41. (Clergy List; G. Mag., 1858, II. 423.) 

STEWART, FREDERICK CAMPBELL. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1891. [2nd] s. of Robert, Esq., of 8, Rothesay Terrace, 
Edinburgh and of Kinlochmoidart, Inverness-shire (and 
Margaret, dau. of WilUam Stevenson). [B. Feb. 13, 1872, at 
Ingliston, Midlothian.] School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1891; 
B.A. 1894. Rowing 'blue,' 1895. A wine-merchant in London. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.A.O.C; men- 
tioned in despatches). Of 10, Lower Grosvenor Place, London, 
S.W., where he died Aug. 27, 1949. Brother of John C. (1876). 
(Harrow Sch. Reg. ; Book of Blues ; Univ. War List ; Burke, 
L.G.; The Times, Aug. 29, 1949.) 



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Stewart, George Lawrence 

STEWART, GEORGE LAWRENCE. Adm. pens, at Magdalene, 
July 28, 1881. [3rd] s. of Alexander J[ohn] R[obert] (1846), 
of 2, Palmeira Square, Brighton [and of Ards, Co. Donegal] 
(and Lady Isabella Graham-Toler). [B. Sept. 6, 1861. School, 
Marlborough College.] Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1885; M.A. 
1889. Adm. Solicitor, 1889; partner in Messrs Lee and 
Pemberton, 44, Lincoln's Inn Fields. Of 129, Ashley Gardens, 
London, S.W. Died Sept. 7, i950. Brother of Henry M. 
(1884) and Alexander G. J. (1870). (Marlborough Coll. Reg.; 
Law Lists; Burke, L.G. of Ireland; The Times, Sept. 9, 1950-) 

STEWART, GEORGE NID. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Downing, 
May 2, 1893. Did not reside. 

STEWART, HENRY ALEXANDER. Adm. at King's, Oct. i, 
1889. [2nd s. of Charles, barrister, of Lincoln's Inn.] School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, June 27, 1892. Called to the Bar, Nov. 18, 1895. Prac- 
tised in British Columbia, 1898-1911. Married, Apr. 18, 1900, 
at Berkeley, California, Emily Olivia, elder dau. of Sydney 
Aspland, of Berkeley. Died Aug. 11, 1911, at Nelson, B.C. 
{Eton Sch. Lists; Scott, MSS.;Law Lists; The Times, Sept. 4, 
1911.) 

STEWART, HENRY EDWARD HAMILL. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity Hall, Aug. 17, 1875. Of 2, Fitzwilliam Street, 
Dublin. [S. of John Thomas Hamill, of Fullwood Park, 
Cheltenham. B. June 8, 1848.] School, Cheltenham College. 
Matric. Michs. 1875; B.A. 1883. Living at ' StratheUa,' Dinas 
Powis, Glam., in 1934. (Cheltenham Coll. Reg.) 

STEWART, HENRY ELLIOT. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 
1886. S. of Charles Edward [of Springfield House, Acton]. 
B. June 6, 1867, at Acton. School, Highgate. Matric. Michs. 
1886; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1904. Assistant Master at Queenwood 
College, Hants., 1889-94; tutor at 'Wyllies,' Cuckfield, 
Sussex, 1895-1914; Assistant Master at Parkfield prep. 
School, Haywards Heath, from 1915. Author, The Birds of 
our Country. Died Dec. 28, 1937, at 'Purcells,' Cuckfield. 
Brother of Sidney M. (1886). (Schoolmasters' Directories; The 
Times, Dec. 29, 1937.) 

STEWART, HENRY HOLMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 14, 
1866. [gth] s. of James (and Elizabeth, only dau. of Gilbert 
MacLeod, M.D., H.E.I.C.S., of Gloucester Place, London). 
B. Nov. 8, 1847, at Caimsmuir, Kirkcudbrightshire. Schools, 
Repton and Loretto. Matric. .Michs. 1867; B.A. 1871; M..-\. 
1874. Ord. deacon (London) 1872; priest, 1873; C. of 
St John's, Holbom, 1872-4. V. of East Witton, Yorks., 
1874-8. R. of Brington, Northants., 1878-98. V. of Porth- 
kerry with Barry, Glam., 1898-1914. V. of St Lythan's, 
1914-25. R. of Michaelston-le-Pit, 1925-35. Married, 
July 28, 1874, Lady Beatrice Cecilia Diana Carnegie, dau. of 
the gth Earl of Southesk. Died Mar. 20, 1937, at StratheUa, 
Dinas Powis; buried at Michaelston-le-Pit. Brother of 
Ravenscroft (1864) and James (1859). (Repton Sch. Reg.; 
Loretto Reg.; Burke, L.G.; Crockford; The Times, Mar. 22, 
1937.) 

STEWART, HENRY MOORE. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Magda- 
lene, Oct. I, 1884. S. of Alexander J[ohn] R[obert] (1846), 
of 2, Palmeira Square, Brighton. [B. Mar. 29, 1863.] School, 
Marlborough College. Matric. Michs. 1884. An accountant. 
Died Aug. i, 1928, at Hitchin, Herts. Brother of George L. 
(1881) and Alexander G. J. (1870). (Law Lists; Marlborough 
Coll. Reg. ; Burke, L.G. of Ireland.) 

STEWART, HENRY PAKENHAM. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 

1894. [Eldest] s. of J[ames] R[obert], Esq., of Gortleitragh, 
Kingstown, Co. Dublin. B. Sept. 24, 1873. School, Charter- 
house. Matric. Lent, 1894; B.A. 1896. Aland-agent. F.S.I. , 
1 90 1. Brother of Charles T. (1896). (List of Carthusians.) 

STEWART, HERBERT GALLOWAY. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 
1886. [3rd] s. of the Rev. James (1839), R. of Little Stukeley, 
Hunts, (and Lucy, dau. of the Rev. Joseph Parker, R. of 
Wyton, Hunts.). B. Sept. 26, 1866, at Little Stukeley. 
Schools, Peterborough Grammar and Kings', Ely. Matric. 
Michs. 1886; B.A. 18S9. Assistant Master at Kings' School, 
Ely, 1890-2; at Cheam School, 1893-8. Tutor to the childreil 
of H.I.H. the Grand Duke Alexander Michailovitch, 1908-17. 
Served in the Ministry of Munitions, 1918. Of Villa Emilie, 
26, Rue Gambetta, Biarritz, in 1940. Brother of Percy M. 
(1890). (Venn, 11. 485; Kings' Sch., Ely, Reg.; Burke, 
P. and B.) 

STEWART, HORATIO G. (1851), see MURRAY. 

STEWART, HUGH. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, .^pr. 19, 1818. 
Of Ireland. S. of Thomas (and Amelia). 



Stewart, James Alexander 

STEWART, HUGH ERASER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 18, 
1883. [2nd] s. of Surgeon-General Ludovick Charles, of 
5, St George's Terrace, Regent's Park, London (and Emma 
Ray). B. Oct. 27, 1863, in London. School, Rugby. Matric. 
Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886; Hulsean prize, i888; Buchanan 
prize, 1888; M.A. 1891; B.D. 1906; D.D. 1916. Chaplain, 
1900-7. Assistant Master at Marlborough College, 1889-95. 
Ord. deacon (Salisbury) 1894; priest, 1895. Vice-Principal of 
Salisbury Theological College, 1895-9. Missioner of S. of 
St Andrew, 1896-9. C. of St Mary-the-Great, Cambridge, 
1901-2. Select Preacher, 1901 and 1903. Senior Proctor, 
1910-n. Hulsean Lecturer, 1914. Birkbeck Lecturer, 1927. 
Fellow of St John's, 1907-18; Dean, 1907-18. Fellow of 
Trinity, 1918-48. University Reader in French, 1922-44, 
Fellow of Eton College, 1919-48. Chevalier de la L6gion 
d'Honneur. Married, Apr. 8, 1902, Jessie Graham, dau. of 
William Graham Crum. Author, Boethius; Invocation of 
Saints; The Holiness of Pascal; Les Provinciates; Memoir of 
F. Jenkinson; The Secret of Pascal; The Apology of Pascal; 
The Heart of Pascal; etc. Died Jan. 23, 1948, at his home, 
Girton Gates, Cambridge. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Crockford; 
Who's Who; The Times, Jan. 24, 1948.) 
STEWART, HUGH MILTON. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. i, 
1887. S. of Robert Barton, banker [of ' Seafield,' Beckenham, 
Kent]. B. Sept. 13, 1868, at Port Elizabeth, S. Africa. School, 
Dulwich CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1888; Scholar; B.A. (Nat. 
Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1890; M.B., B.Chir. and M.A. 1894; 
M.D. 1898. At Guy's Hospital; House Physician there. 
Practised at Dulwich. Medical Officer for Dulwich College, 
1922. Married, Feb. 4, 1896, Lilian Mabel, youngest dau. of 
Alexander Shipley, of The Hall, Datchet, Bucks. Author, 
medical. Died Feb. 23, 1942. (Dulwich Sch. Reg.; Medical 
Directories; The Times, Feb. 26, 1942.) 
STEWART, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 22, 1807. 

Matric. Michs. 1808; B.A. 1812; M.A. i8i6. 
STEWART, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 8, 
1835. S. of Alexander. B. at Aberdeen. School, Marischal 
CoUege, Aberdeen. Matric. Michs. 1835; B.A. 1839; M.A. 
1842. Ord. deacon (Durham) July 4, 1840; priest, July 17, 
1841. (Durham Ord. Book.) 
STEWART, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Caios, June 25, 
1839. S. of the Hon. Granville Montgomery, of Corsbie, 
Newton Stewart, Wigtowns. (and Catherine, dau. of Patrick 
Honyman) [and grandson of John, 7th Earl of Galloway]. 
B. at Corsbie [June 22, 1819]. Schools, near Carlisle (private) 
and Bude Haven. Matric. Michs. 1839; M.A. 1843 (as of 
Royal Scottish descent). Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1843; priest, 
1844; C. of Cury, Cornwall, 1846. C. of Woolverstone, 
Suffolk, 1847. C. of BenhaU, 1848-60. R. of Little Stukeley, 
Hunts., 1860-95. Married, Apr. 23, 1862, Lucy, 3rd dau. of 
the Rev. Joseph Parker, R. of Wyton, Hunts., and had issue. 
Editor of Sermons by the Rev. J. Parker. Father of Flora 
Stewart, a lady missionary, killed at the Chinese mission 
station at Ku-Cheng. The news of her death, coming close 
upon that of his eldest son, affected him so seriously that he 
did not recover from the shock. Died Sept. 27, 1895, at 
Llandudno. Sketch portrait, 1840, in Caius College Library. 
Father of Herbert G. (1886) and Percy M. (1890). (Venn, 
II. 248; Crockford; Burke, P. and B.) 
STEWART, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity Hall, 
June 19, 1859. [5th] s. of James, Esq., of Caimsmuir, Newton 
Stewart (and Elizabeth, dau. of Gilbert MacLeod, M.D., 
H.E.I.C.S.). B. June 14, 1840. Matric. Michs. 1859; Scholar, 
1861. In the Bengal C.S. Died, s./)., Dec. 7, 1868. Brother 
of Ravenscroft (1864) and Henry H. (1866). (Burke, L.G.) 
STEWART (post STEWART-MACKENZIE), JAMES ALEX- 
ANDER. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Feb. 18, 1802. 
[Eldest] s. of [the Hon.] Keith [.A.dmiral], of Glasssrton, 
Galloway (and Georgiana Isabella, dau. of Simha D'Aguilar, 
Esq.). [B. Sept. 23, 1783.] School, Charterhouse. Matric, 
Michs. 1802; Scholar, 1803; M.A. 1812. Member, Board of 
Control, 1832; Secretary, 1834. M.P. for Ross and Cromarty, 
1831-7. Governor of Ceylon, 1837-40. High Commissioner 
of the Ionian Isles, 1840-3. Assumed the name of Stewart- 
Mackenzie, 1817. Married, May 21, 1817, Mary Elizabeth 
Frederica, \vidow of Sir Samuel Hood, K.B., and dau. of 
Francis Humberston Mackenzie, Lord Seaforth (for whom 
see D.N.B.). Died Sept. 24, 1843. (Burke, P. and B.; R. L. 
Arrowsmith.) 
STEWART, JAMES ALEXANDER. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. 3, 1890. S. of John, porter, of Belfast (and Margaret 
Williamson). B. there, May 18, 1866. [School, Belfast 
Model], and at Queen's College, Belfast (the Rev. J. S. 
Potter). [Previously in the offices of the Barrow Steam 
Navigation Co. and of Messrs Sinclair and Boyd, Belfast. 
Matric. at Queen's College, Belfast; B.A. 1887. Taught at 
Victoria College, Belfast.] Matric. Michs. 1890; Scholar, 1891. 
Died of pneumonia in his rooms in College, Jan. 25, 1892. 
(Eagle, XVII. 200; Scott, MSS.) 



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Stewart, James Arrott 

STEWART, JAMES ARROTT. Adni. sizar at Corpus Christi, 
June 21, 1819. Of Edinburgh. Matric. Michs. 1819; B.A. 
1823. R. of Vange, Essex, i834-.^9. British Chaplain at 
Mechlin in 1843. Disappears from Clergy List, 1851. (War- 
wick's Universal Register.) 

STEWART, The Hon. JAMES [HENRY KEITH]. Adm. FeU.- 
Com. (age 17) at Trinity, Apr. 18, i8oi. [6th] s. of John 
[7th] Earl of Galloway, of Galloway House, Wigtowns. [B. 
Oct. 22, 1783.] School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1801; 
M.A. 1803. Lieut.-Col. in the Army; C.B. Married, Aug. 10, 
1819, Henrietta Anne, dau. of the Rev. Spencer Madan, 
D.D. M.P. for Wigtown Burghs, 1812-21. Assistant Secretary 
to the Treasury. Died July 18, 1836. Father of Charles P. 
(1841) and Spencer (1838). (Burke, P. and B.) 

STEWART, JAMES WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 14, 1787. Matric. Michs. 1788, as Steuart, James. 

STEWART, JAMES WILLIAM. Matric. Non-Coil., Michs. 1898. 
S. of John WiUiam. B. [Apr. 19, 1877], in Sunderland. 
School, Bade higher grade, Sunderland. Migrated to Christ's, 
Sept. 30, 1899; B.A. 1901. With the London School Board, 
1902-3; Assistant Master at Castle Douglas Academy, 1903-7; 
at Dumfries Academy, 1907-11; at Ayr Academy, 1911-17; 
at Kelso High School, 1918-. Author, A New Solution of an 
Historical Theorem in Geometry. {Peile, 11. 836; School- 
masters' Directories.) 

STEWART, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Sx John's, June 1, 
1780. 'Father dead.' B. in Christ Church parish, Spitalfields, 
London. School, Hackney. Matric. Michs. 1781; Scholar, 
1781; LL.B. 1786. Ord. deacon (Lincobi, Litt. dim. from 
Bristol) June 11, 1786; priest (Lincohi) Dec. 21, 1787. 
{St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 494.) 

STEWART, JOHN, Baron DOUNE. Adm. nobleman (age 17) 
at Christ's, Mar. 28, 1785. [Eldest surviving] s. of Francis 
[gthl Earl of Moray (and Jane, dau. of John, Lord Gray). 
[B. Feb. II, 1768, in Edinburgh.] Matric. Michs. 1785; M.A. 
1787. Styled Lord Doune after his brother James's death, 
1776. M.P. for Great Bedwyn, Wilts., 1790-1. Died, unmar- 
ried, July 6, 1 79 1, at Drumsheugh, Edinburgh; buried at 
Donisbristle. {Peile, 11. 320; Burke, P. and B.; Scots Peerage, 
vi; Return of M.P.s.) 

STEWART, JOHN (1786), see STEWARD. 

STEWART, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 10, 1840. 
Of Lanes. [S. of J., of Liverpool. B. June 28, 1821. School, 
King WiUiam's College, Isle of Man.1 Matric. Michs. 1840; 
B A. 1844; M.A. 1847. Ord. deacon (Lincohi) 1844; priest, 
1846; C. of Coddington and Langford, Notts., 1844-6. R. of 
West Derby, Lanes., 1846-89. Hon. Canon of Chester, 
1872-80. Rural Dean of South Liverpool, 1880-4. Rural 
Dean of Prescot, 18S4-9. Died June 22, 1889. Father of 
Arthur J. (1868) and Percy (1875). {King William's Coll. 
Peg.; Crockford; The Guardian, July 3, 1889.) 

STEWART, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 25, 1875. S. of 
[the Rev.] Alexander (1844), of 29, Sandon Street, Liverpool. 
B. Dec. 19, 1856. School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 
1875; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1883. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 1880; 
priest, 1881; C. of Buckingham, 1880-5. C. of St John's, 
Sevenoaks, 1885-9. V. of St George's, Tilehurst, Berks., 
1889-97. V. of Great with Little Chesterford, Essex, 1897- 
1917. Rural Dean of Saffron Walden, 1913-17. R- of Han- 
ningfield, 1917-23. Married (i) Apr. 19, 1882, Kate, youngest 
dau. of the Rev. J. Laurence, of Liverpool; (2) Edith Delmar. 
Lived latterly at Littlebury, Essex, where he died Aug. 22, 
1933; buried at Great Chesterford. Brother of Charles J. 
(1877). {Uppingham Sch. Roll; Scott, MSS.; Crockford; The 
Times, Aug. 23, 1933.) 

STEWART, JOHN CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity 
Hall, May i, 1876. [Elder] s. of R[obert], Esq., of Ingliston, 
Ratho, Midlothian [and Kinlochmoidart, Inverness-shire] 
(and Margaret, dau. of William Stevenson). [B. July 21, 
1858.] Schools, Harrow and Edinburgh Academy. Matric. 
Michs. 1876; B.A. 1880. Manager of Kirkliston distillery for 
the Distillers' Co. Of Kinlochmoidart. J. P. and Comr. of 
supply for Inverness-shire. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Major, Scottish Horse; Brigade Major). Married, Oct. 23, 
1890, Anna Mary, dau. of Lieut-Col. William Babington, 
7th Hussars, and had issue. Died Oct. 28, 1935. Brother of 
Frederic C. (1891). {Harrow Sch. Reg.; Edinb. Acad. Reg.; 
Univ. War List; Walford, County Families; The Times, 
Oct. 31, 1935.) 

STEWART, JOHN JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 18, 
1890. [C/o P. Stewart, Esq., of Mount View Road, Crouch 
Hill, London, N.] Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893; M.A. 1897. 
Died Nov. 24, 1941, at 48, WeU Walk, London, N.W. {The 
Times, Nov. 26, 1941.) 



Stewart, Povntz Seymour 

STEWART, JOHN MARCUS. Adm. pens, at Caius, Oct. 11, 
1848. [Eldest s. of Sir Hugh [2nd] Bart, [of Ballygawley 
House], Athenry, Co. Tyrone (and Julia, dau. of Marcus 
McCausland Gage)]. B. Nov. 19, 1830. School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1848. Lieut., 6th Inniskilling Dragoons; 
served in the Crimean War. Of Ballygawley Park. J. P. and 
D.L. for Co. Derry. Succeeded as 3rd Bart., 1854. High 
Sheriff for Co. Tyrone, 1858. Gentleman -Usher to the Lord 
Lieutenant of Ireland (Duke of Abercom), 1866-8 and 
1874-6. Married, Dec. i, 1856, Annie Coote, eldest dau. and 
co-heiress of George Powell Houghton, of Kilmaimock, Co. 
Wexford, and had issue. Died Feb. 28, 1905. {Rugby Sch. 
Reg.; Venn, 11. 285; Who was Who.) 

STEWART, JOHN MAXWELL ARNOT. Adm. pens, at St 
Catharine's, Oct. i8, 1877. S. of John. B. at McShannon, 
Co. Galway. School, Christ's Hospital [and at Durham 
Univ., 1879]. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881. Assistant 
Master at Lancing College, 1881-5. Ord. deacon (Chichester) 
1882; priest, 1884; C. of Bognor, 1885-6. Missionary in 
the Warwick district, Queensland, Australia, 1886-8. Dis- 
appears from Crockford, 1902. {Christ's Hospital Exhi- 
bitioners.) 

STEWART, JOHN VANDERSTEGEN. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 23) 
at Jesus, Feb. 19, 1817. S. of John Henry [of Portsea]. B. 
at Salterns, near Portsmouth. Bapt. Sept. 22, i794- School, 
Winchester. Matric. Easter, 1817; LL.B. 1823. Ord. priest 
(London, for Canterbury) June 17, 1821; C. of Frittenden, 
Kent, 1820-1. R. of Gilston, Herts., 1821-38. V. of Portsea, 
Hants., 1838-78. Disappears from Crockford, 1879. {Win- 
chester Scholars, 294.) 

STEWART, MARTIN. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 4, 1872. 
S. of William, solicitor (and Anne Lumb). B. Aug. 20, 1852, 
at Wakefield, Yorks. Bapt. Oct. 7, 1852. School, RossaU 
[a medical student at Queen's College, Birmingham, 1870-2]. 
Matric. Michs. 1872; (Nat. Sci. Trip., ist Class, 1875); B.A. 
1876; LL.B. 1877; M.A. and LL.M. 1879- F.G.S., 1877. 
Adm. Solicitor; practised at Chester. Of Edgar House, 
Chester. Died Nov. 9, 1925, at Exmouth, Devon. Brother 
of Walter E. (1877). {RossaU Sch. Reg.; Eagle, xliv, 216; 
The Times, Nov. 12, 1925.) 

STEWART, PERCY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 25, i875- 
S. of [the Rev.] John (1840) [R.] of West Derby, Lanes. 
B. June 13, 1856. School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1875; 
B.A. 1879; M.A. 1882. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1880; priest, 
1882; C. of Armley, Leeds, 1880-6. C. of St Mary-the-Virgin, 
Reading, 1886-9. R- of West Derby (succeeding his father), 
1889-1925. Hon. Canon of Liverpool, i9^3-5- Public Pr., 
dio. of Southwark, from 1927. Married, Apr. 30, 1895, Mary, 
dau. of Colonel F. Lyon, R.A. Resided latterly at ' Poleacre,' 
Crawley, Sussex, where he died Aug. 27, 1934. Brother of 
Arthur J. (1868). {Uppingham Sch. Roll; Crockford; Who 
was Who; The Times, Aug. 29, 1934.) 

STEWART, PERCY MARLBOROUGH. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
July 12, 1890. [5th] s. of the Rev. James (1839), R. of Little 
Stukeley, Hunts, (and Lucy, dau. of the Rev. Joseph Parker, 
R. of Wyton). B. Aug. 28, 1871, at Little Stukeley. School, 
Kings', Ely. Matric. Michs. 1890; Tancred Divinity Student, 
1890-7; Scholar, 1891; B.A. (Semitic Lang. Trip., ist Class) 
1893; Tyrwhitt Hebrew Scholar, 1894; M.A. 1897. Assistant 
Master at Pocklington School, 1895-1902. Lecturer in 
Hebrew and Syriac at Christ's, 1902 ; in Hebrew, at Trinity, 
1902-5. Married, Apr. 29, 1901, Katharine, youngest dau. 
of Jonathan Priestman (and widow of the Rev. J. A. Bridges, 
of Goodmanham, Yorks.). Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Major, R. Fusiliers (Public Schools Batt.)). Of Pocklington, 
Yorks., in 1946. Brother of Herbert G. (1886). {Kings' Sch., 
Ely, Reg.; Peile, 11. 760; Univ. War List; Burke, P. and B.) 

STEWART, PETER HAMILTON. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. 16, 1890. S. of P., Esq., H.M. Customs, of S. Woodford, 
Essex. B. Apr. i, 1872, at Liverpool. School, City of London. 
Matric. Michs. 1891; Scholar; B.A. 1894. 'Died shortly after 
graduation.' {T. A. Walker, 617.) 

STEWART, POYNTZ SEYMOUR. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
June 25, 1814. Eldest s. of P., Esq., of Hartley Court, Berks. 
B. there, Apr. 5, 1797. School, Edinburgh (the Rev. J. 
Porteous). Matric. Michs. 1815; B.A. 1819. Ord. priest 
(London) June 17, 1821. Appointed Chaplain to the H.E.I.C, 
182 1 ; at St Thomas's Mount, Bellary, Belgaum, Quilon and 
Cannanore, between 1822-32; Chaplain at Arcot, 1833-4. 
During his twelve years of service he was at six different 
stations in Madras. Died May 15, 1834, at Arcot. {F. Penny, 
II. 129; G. Mag., 1835, I. 328.) 



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Stewart, Ravenscroft 

STEWART, RAVENSCROFT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 15, 
1864. [ath] s. of James [ot The Old Palace, Chippenham, 
Wilts.] (and Elizabeth, dau. of Gilbert iMacLeod, M.D., 
H.E.I.C.S.). B. June 23, 1845, at Caimsmim-, Newton 
Stewart, Kirkcudbrights. Schools, Windlesham, Surrey 
(private) [Loretto and Uppingham]. Matric. Michs. 1865; 
B.A. 1869; M.A. 1879. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1869; priest, 
1870; C. of Bakewell, Derbs., 1869-71. R. of Pleasley, 
1871-83. V. of All Saints, Knightsbridge, London, 1884-1904. 
Archdeacon of Bristol, 1904-10. Canon-Res. of Bristol, 
1904-19 Archdeacon of N. Wilts., 1910-19. Married, 
July 13', 1871, Lucy Penelope, 3rd dau. of Robert W. M. 
Nesfield, Esq., of Castle HiU, Bakewell. Living in Bath m 
1920. Died Aug. 16, 1921, at Bumham-on-Sea. Brother of 
James (1859) and Henry H. (1866). (Uppingham Sch. Roll, 
which gives date of birth June, 1847; Loretto Reg.; Burke, 
L.G.; Crockford; The Times, Aug. 20, 1921.) 

STEWART, RICHARD BENSON. Adm. pens, at Caius, Mar. 20, 
1847. S. of John, surveyor, of Liverpool. B. there, 1828. 
Bapt. Aug. 21, 1828. School, Liverpool Royal Institution. 
Matric. Michs. 1847; Scholar; B.A. 1851; M.A. 1854. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) 1852; priest, 1853; C. of Beeston, Notts., 
1852-4. V. of Hale, Liverpool, 1856-1906. Lived subsequently 
at Woolton, Liverpool. Died Mar. 14, 1909. Father of Frank 
(1879). (Venn, 11. 278; Crockford.) 

STEWART, ROBERT. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 17) at St John's, 
Oct. 26, 1786. [Eldest surv.] s. of the Rt. Hon. Robert [post 
1st Marquess Londonderry] (by his ist wife. Lady Sarah 
Frances Seymour Conway, dau. of the ist Marquess of Hert- 
ford). B.July 18, 1769, in Dublin. School, Armagh. Matric. 
Michs. 1786. Styled Viscount Castlereagh, 1796-1821. M.P. 
for Co. Down (Irish Parliament), 1790; '^'^■^- for Tregony, 
1794-6; for Orford, 1796-7. Lord of the Irish Treasury, 
1797-1801. Chief Secretary for Ireland, 1798-1801. Prmcipal 
Secretary of State and Secretary of the CouncU in Ireland, 
1797-1801. Privy Councillor (Ireland), 1797; (England), 
1798. M.P. for Co. Down, 1798-1800 and 1801. President 
of the Board of Control for India, 1802-6. Secretary of State 
for War and the Colonies, 1805-6 and 1807-9- M.P. for 
Boroughbridge, 1806. M.P. for Plympton Earl, Devon, 1806 
and 1807-12. Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1812-22. 
M.P. for Plvmpton, 1812; for Clitheroe, Lanes., 1812 and for 
Co. Down,'i8i2, 1818 and 1820. Succeeded his father as 
2nd Marquess of Londonderry, 1821. M.P. for Orford, Suffolk, 
1821-2. Leader of the House of Commons, 1812-22. Sent as 
Envoy to Prussia and Russia, 1813. K.G., 1814. First 
Plenipotentiary at the Congress of Vienna, 1814, and at the 
Congress of Ai.x-la-ChapeUe, 1818. Knight Grand Cross of 
the Hanoverian Order, 1816. Became very unpopular and 
was bitterly lampooned bv Lord Byron and other poets. 
Married, June 9, 1794, at St George's, Hanover Square, Lady 
Amelia Anne Hobart, youngest dau. of John, 2nd Earl of 
Buckinghamshire. Committed suicide at his residence at 
North Cray, Kent, Aug. 12, 1822. Died, s.p.; buried m 
Westminster Abbey, Aug. 20, 1822. Half-brother of Charles 
W. (1814) (St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 495; G.E.C.; D.N.B.) 

STEWART, ROBERT. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St John's, May 3, 
1809. [2nds. of James.] B. May 5, 1791. in Jamaica. [School, 
Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1809. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
Sept. 15, 1809. Called to the Bar, Nov. 24, 1815. Of 
Wrighton Grove, Shrewsbury. Practised in Jamaica. [Eton 
Sch. Lists.) 

STEWART, ROBERT PETER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct 10, 1888. S. of William, manager of a sugar-estate (and 
Elizabeth Vencienta). B. Sept. 25, 1869, at Berbice, British 
Guiana. School, Queen's CoUege, Georgetown. Matric. 
Michs. 1888. 

STEWART, ROBERT WALTER DAYSH. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, June 10, 1845. S. of Robert Raymond, Esq., of 
Chelsea (and Sarah Ann). B. there, July 7. 1826. Matric. 
Michs. 1845; B.A. 1849; M.A. 1852. CaUed to the Bar, Inner 
Temple, Apr. 30, 1859. Died Oct. 31, 1866, in London. (Law 
Lists; G. Mag., 1866, 843-) 

STEWART, SIDNEY MORRIS. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 
1886. S. of Charles Edward. B. Dec. 6, 1868, at Hastings. 
Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889. Died in 1891. Brother of 
Henry E. (1886). 

STEWART, SPENCER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 27, 1838. 
Matric. Michs. 1839. [Eldest s. of James Henry Keith (1801) 
(and Henrietta Anne, dau. of the Rev. Spencer Madan, D.D.). 
B. June 24, 1820.] Capt., 4th Foot. Married, Jan. 1846, 
Frances Olivia, dau. of Miles Sweeny. Died, s.p., May 19, 
1893. Brother of Charles P. (1841). (Burke, P. and B.) 



Stew ART -Brown, Egerton 

STEWART, STAIR HATHORN JOHNSTON. Adm. pens, (age 20) 
at Magdalene, Jan. 7, 1873. S. of Robert Hathom Johnston, 
of Glasserton, Whithorn, Wigtowns. (and Eleanor Louisa, 
dau. of Archibald Douglas, of Glenfinart). [B. June 2, 1852.] 
School, Harrow. Matric. Lent, 1873- Lieut., 20th Hussars, 
1875; Captain, 1883; Adjt., Aux. Forces, 1883-8; retired, 
1893.' Married, 1883, Helen Constance, dau. of Sir Edward 
Hunter-Blair, Bart. Died Apr. i, 1904, at Avignon, France. 
(Harrow Sch. Reg.; Army Lists; Walford, Couyity Families.) 

STE.VJP^Kl, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 20, 1820. 
S of the Rev. — , R. of Westmorland, Jamaica. B. Nov. 7, 
1799, in Jamaica. Matric. Michs. 1820. Kept six terms. Ord. 
deacon (London) Sept. 8, 1822; priest, Nov. 2, 1823. D.D., 
Lambeth, 1845. R. of Westmorland, Jamaica, 1845-69. 
Archdeacon of Surrey, Jamaica. Died in Jamaica in 1869. 
(The Register, u. 277-) 

STEWART, THOMAS GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Mar. 10, 1900. S. of Thomas, bank accountant [died 1893 J 
(and Mary Ann Miller). B. July 19, 1876, at Putney. School, 
St Dunstan's College, Catford (Mr C. M. Stuart). Matric. 
Easter, 1900. Became a Non-Coll. student; B.A. 1913; M.A. 
1916. Ord. deacon (Cheknsford) 1914; priest, 1915; C. of All 
Saints, Leyton, Essex, 1914-16. C. of St James, West EaUng, 
Middlesex, 1916-18. C. of Wandsworth, Surrey, 1919-20. 
Depn. Secretary for Dr Bamardo's Homes for Bristol area, 
1920-2. C. of Wembley, Middlesex, 1922-6. C. of St Mary- 
lebone, 1926-7. R. of Quinton with Preston Deanery, 
Northants., 1927-45. Disappears from Crockford, 1947- 

STEWART, WALTER EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 14, 1877. S. of William, solicitor (and Anne Lumb). 

B. [July I, 1858], at Wakefield, Yorks. Bapt. July 27, 1858. 
School, Rossall (H. A. James, B.D.). Matric. Michs. 1877; 
B.A. 1881; M.A. 1884. Ord. deacon (Ripon, for Wmchester) 
1881; priest, 1882; C. of Sandown, Isle of Wight, 1881-3. 

C. of Oundle, Northants., 1883-7. P.C. of Eryholme, Vorks., 
1887-1904. V. of Longney, Gloucs., 1904-12. F.R.A.S., 1888; 
F.R.Met.S., 1892. Married, May 10, 1882, Catharine, 2nd 
dau. of T. Marris, Esq., of Croxton, Lines. Died Jan. 24, 
1934, at Scalby, near Scarborough; buried at Eryholme. 
Brother of Martin (1872). (Rossall Reg.; Eagle, xlvih. 140; 
Crockford; The Times, Jan. 26, 1934.) 

STEWART, WILLIAM HOWARD EDWIN. Adm. at Caius, 
Oct. 2, 1893. S. of William, of Richmond, Surrey (and Alice 
Maude Fagge). B. Oct. 24, 1874, in London. School, Forest, 
Walthamstow. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1898; M.A. 1902. 
At St Thomas's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1902. Prac- 
tised at Bournemouth. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Capt., R.A.M.C; M.C.). At Radlett, Herts., in 1930 Of 
142 A, Avenue Louise, BruxeUes, Belgium, m 1940. (Venn, 
II. 534; Univ. War List; Medical Directories.) 

STEWART, WILLIAM MACDONALD [FRANCIS]. Adm. pens 
at Jesus, Oct. 1, 1872. S. of Francis, Esq., of St John s Wood 
Park, London, N.W. B. in London. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1872. (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

STEWART, WILLIAM ROBERT FREDERICK, VISCOUNT 
CASTLEREAGH. Hon. LL.D. 1835, from Trinity [Eldest 
s. of Charles WiUiam (1814), 3rd Marquess of Londonderry 
(by his 1st vdie, Catherine, youngest dau. of John, 3rd Earl 
of Damlev). B. July 7, 1805. School, Eton.] Matric. from 
Christ Church, Oxford, Feb. 3, 1823. Styled Viscount 
Castlereagh, 1822-54- Succeeded to the peerage, Mar. 6, 1854. 
M.P. for Co. Down, 1826-52. A Lord of the Adnuralty, 
1828-30. Vice-Chamberlain of the Household, 1834-5. P.O., 
1835. Lord Lieut, of County Down, 1845-64- ^-P-' \°i°- 
Married, May 2, 1846, Elizabeth Frances Charlotte, widow 
of Richard, 6th Viscount Powerscourt, and dau. ot Robert, 
3rd Earl of Roden. Died, s.p., Nov. 25, 1872, after long 
seclusion in consequence of mental disease. (Burke, /". 
and B.; G.E.C.; Al. Oxon.; Eton Sch. Lists.) 

STEWART-BROWN, EGERTON. Adm. pens at Trinity, 
June I, 1880. [Eldest] s. of Stewart Henry, of Quarry Bank, 
Wavertree, Liverpool. B. Jan. 31, 1862, in Liverpool. School. 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1880; Scholar, 1881; (Class. Trip., 
Pt I, ist Class, 1883); B.A. 1884; MA. 1888. Manager of bus 
father's banking firm (Brown, Shipley and Co.) until 1889. 
Manager of the London Assurance Corporation, 1889-1903- 
Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1893. On the Northern 
Circuit. Lecturer to Board of Legal Studies, 1895 and 1899. 
and on the Law of Property, at Liverpool Umversity. Law 
Lecturer, Stonyhurst CoUege, 1896-7. Lecturer m Com- 
mercial Law, Liverpool School of Commerce, i?,gq-igoi.Viea 
Aug. II, 1938, at Sefton Park Liverpool; buned at Beau- 
maris, Anglesey. Brother of Ronald (next). (Harrow i>cn. 
Reg.; Law Lists; The Times, Aug. 15 and 16, 1938.) 



Stewart-Brown, Ronald 

STEWART-BROWN, RONALD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 15, 1891. [lith] s. of Stewart Henry, of Quarry Bank, 
AUerton, Liverpool (and Emily Frances Sarah Birkett, dau. 
of James Birkett, and Lady of Grace of the Order of St John 
of Jerusalem). B. Oct. 2, 1872, in Liverpool. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1898. Adm. Solicitor, 
1898; practised in Liverpool for 36 years. Of Bryn-y-Grog 
Hall, Marchwiel, Wrexham. Married, June 20, 1903, Olga 
Sophia, 3rd dau. of Theodore von Heyder, of AUerton, Liver- 
pool. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt. and Adjt., 
Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry). High Sheriff of Den- 
bighshire, 1934-5. F.S.A. Author, 2 he Wapentake of Wirral; 
The lower of Liverpool; A History of AUerton, Lanes.; 
Birkenhead Priory and the Mersey Ferry; The Inhabitants of 
Liverpool, j^th-i&th centuries; Liverpool Ships in the 18th 
century; The Sergeants of the Peace in Mediaeval England and 
Wales; etc. Died Jan. 11, 1940. Brother of Egerton (above). 
(Harrow Sch. Reg.; Who's Who in Wales; Who was Who; 
The Times, Jan. 15, 1940.) 

STEWART-JONES, THOROLD ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, June 18, 1892. S. of Edward, of 33, Palmeira 
Square, Brighton. B. July 10, 1873. in Liverpool. School, 
HaUeybury. Matric. M'ichs. 1892; B.A. 1895. Called to the 
Bar, Inner Temple, Apr. 26, 1899. On the Northern Circuit. 
Married, Apr. 30, 1908, Joan, elder dau. of Admiral and 
Mrs Holland. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., 
R. Sussex Regt. (T.F.)); killed in action, near Richebourg, 
May 9, 1915. (HaUeybury Reg.; Scott, MSS.; Law Lists.) 

STEWART-MACKENZIE, JAMES ALEXANDER (1802), see 
STEWART. 

STEWART-SAVILE, FREDERICK ALEXANDER (1839), see 
SAVILE. 

STEWART-SAVILE, ROBERT [DYKES] STEWART. Adm. 
pens, (age 19) at Jesus, Oct. i, 1882. [2nd] s. of [the Rev.] 
Frederick Alexander (1839, sub Savile) [of HoUanden Park, 
Tonbridge] (and Sophia Stewart, only dau. of Thomas Dykes, 
of Oaklands, Lanarkshire). B. [Jan. 22, 1863], at Torquay. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1882. Lieut., Kent Yeo- 
manry. A.D.C. to the Earl of Onslow, Governor of New 
Zealand, 1889-90. Master of the West Kent Foxhounds, 
1893-5. Sold HoUanden Park, 1908; resided thereafter at 
Oaklands, Bembridge, Isle of Wight. J. P. for Hants. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (Major, Remount Service; Lieut. - 
Comm., R.N.R.). Married, Apr. 7, 1892, Katharine Evelyn, 
dau. of Col. Henry Lumsden, of Pitcaple Castle, Aberdeens., 
and had issue. Died Feb. 24, 1945. Brother of the next. 
(Harrow Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G. (sub Savile).) 

STEWART-SAVILE, WALTER STEWART. Adm. at Caius, 
Oct. I, 1874. [Eldest] s. of tht Rev. Frederick Alexander 
(1839, sub Savile), R. of Tor^vood, Torquay [and of HoUanden 
Park, Tonbridge] (and Sophia Stewart, dau. of Thomas 
Dykes). B. [July 4], 1855. Schools, Harrow and Dunsford 
vicarage, Devon (private). Assumed the name of Stewart- 
Savile, 1874. Matric. Michs. 1874. Second Lieut., 17th Foot, 
1877; Lieut., Leics. Regt., 1879; Capt., 1884; Capt., East 
Kent Regt., 1887. Served in the Afghan War, 1878-80. Of 
Middleton Holt, Banbury, Oxon. J. P. for Bucks. Served in 
the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., Dorset Yeomanry). Married, 
July 7, 1885, Mildred, youngest dau. of Captain Montgomery 
CampbeU, R.A., deceased, of Thurmaston HaU, Leics., and 
had issue. Died Dec. 12, 1930. Brother of Robert D. S. 
(above). (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Venn, 11. 413; Army Lists; 
Univ. War List; Walford, County Families; Burke, L.G. 
(under Savile).) 

STEWART-SMITH, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. at Peterhouse, 
Dec. 9, 1899. S. of WiUiam Henry Smith, Esq., of The 
Beeches, Hagley, Worcs. B. July 18, 1881, at Kidderminster. 
School, Malvern CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1900; exhibitioner. 
Died Mar. 6, 1937, aged 55, at SummerhiU, Kidderminster. 
(T. A. Walker, 647; The Times, Mar. 8, 1937.) 

STIBBERT, FREDERICK. .A.dm. FeU.-Com. (age 19) at Magda- 
lene, Feb. 17, 1857. S. of [Col.] Thomas [Coldstream Guards], 
of Florence. [B. Nov. 1837.] School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 
1857. Assoc, of the Academies of Fine ."Vrts of Florence and 
Urbino. Cavaliere of the Orders of SS. Maurice and Lazare. 
Lived at Villa Montughi, Florence, where he died Apr. 10, 
1906. Left his fine coUection of armour and objects of art 
to the (British) nation. (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

STIBBERT, GILES. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Emmanuel, Mar. 23, 
1805; from Exeter College, Oxford, whence he had matric. 
Dec. 16, 1801, age 22. [S. of Giles, Esq., of London.] Matric. 
Easter, 1805. (Al. Oxon.) 



Stigant, William 

STICHALL, ZACHARIAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 22, 
1782. Of Middlesex. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1782; 
Scholar, 1782; B.A. 1786; M.A. 1790. Ord. deacon (Canter- 
bury) Sept. 23, 1787; priest (London) Mar. 8, 1789. Some- 
time C. of Kentish Town Chapel and C. of Wisbech St Peter, 
Cambs. Married (i) July 14, 1792, Mrs Dawson, of Millfield 
Farm, Highgate; (2) July 25, 1796, at St Pancras Church, 
Miss Greenwood, of Kentish Town; (3) Nov. 17, 1801, 
PrisciUa, eldest dau. of James Barnhain, of Buxton, Norfolk. 
Died Jan. 6, 1808, aged 43; ' of Wisbech'. (Eton Coll. Reg.; 
St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 496; G. Mag., 1808, i. 91.) 

STICKLAND, CECIL WILLIAM. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 9, 1891. 
[S. of W. J., commission-agent, of Carmarthen. B. Jan. 18, 
1873.] School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894. 
Sometime Assistant Master at AUhaUows School, Honiton, 
Devon. (St Paul's Sch. Reg.) 

STICKLAND, GEORGE JOHN. Adm. pens, at Queens', Jan. 13, 
1836. Of Dorset. Matric. Michs. 1836. Migrated to Trmity 
HaU, Jan. 3, 1839; B.A. 1840. Called to the Bar, Middle 
Temple, May 26, 1848. Disappears from Law Lists, 1880. 

STIEBEL, CHARLES. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1894. S. of D. C, 
Esq., of 21, Princes Gate, London. B. Mar. 7, 1876. School, 
CUfton CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1894; M.B. 1904. At St 
Thomas's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1902. F.R.C.S. 
(Edin.). House Physician and House Surgeon, West London 
Hospital. Practised for a time at Bloemfontein, S. Africa. 
Assistant Medical Officer at Bradford Infirmary; at St Mary- 
lebone Infirmary. Went to India as a Medical Missionary, 
1912. Married, 1912, Agatha Cook (a nurse at St Marylebone 
Infirmary). Ser\'ed in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., 
I.M.S.); kiUed in action in Mesopotamia, Feb. 3, 1917- 
(Clifton Coll. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; Medical Directories; The 
Times, Feb. 24, 1917-) 

STIELL, ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 31, 1791- 
S. of Alexander, Esq. B. May 15, i773, in London. School, 
private. Matric. Michs. 1791. Ensign, 69th Regt. of Foot, 
1793; Lieut, in Lieut. Archibald Balneave's Independent 
Company of Foot, 1793; Capt., loist Regt. of Foot, 1794; 
Capt., 19th Regt. of Foot, 1795; 52nd Regt., 1798; sold out, 
Oct. 13, 1801. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 496; V. Hodson.) 

STIFF, ALFRED THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H.,' Oct. i, 
1889. [Youngest s. of Wilham, of The Laurels, Clapham 
Common, and Lambeth.] B. May i, 1870. School, Uni- 
versity CoUege, London. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892; 
M.A. 1898. Ord. deacon (Truro) 1893; priest, 1894; C. of 
Calstock, ComwaU, 1893-1901. C. of Old St Pancras, London, 
1901-5. C. of Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, 1907-19. V. of AU Souls', 
Brighton, 1919-36. Married, Apr. 11, 1901, Mabel Terdrey, 
5th dau. of Moses Bawden, J. P., of Tavistock. Died Dec. i, 
1936, at Brighton; buried at Gulworthy, Devon. (Univ. Coll. 
Sch. Reg.; Crockford; The Times, Dec. 3, 1936.) 

STIFF, HAROLD HENRY. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 1892. [2nd] s. 
of Ebenezer, [pottery-]manufacturer, of Clapham, Surrey 
(and AUce Helm). B. Apr. 11, 1873, in Lambeth. School, 
Dulwich College. Matric. Michs. 1892 ; M.B. and B.Chir. 1902. 
M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1901. At St George's Hospital; House 
Physician there. House Surgeon, W. London Hospital. 
Practised at Bury St Edmunds, 1902-35. Surgeon, Suffolk 
General Hospital. Married, Jan. 21, 1903, Clare Ethel, elder 
dau. of Henry James Rouse, of 13, Sussex Place, Regent's 
Park, London. Served in the Great War, 19 14-19 (Capt., 
R.A.M.C). Author, medical. Latterly of Fairways, Win- 
chester. Died Sept. 16, 1943. (Dulwich Coll. Reg.; Venn, 11. 
527; Medical Directories; The Times, Sept. 17, I943-) 

STIGAND, IVAN ASCANIO. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 
1899. S. of WiUiam (next), of 52, Cambridge Terrace, Hyde 
Park, London. B. Mar. 26, 1880, at Boulogne. School, East- 
bourne (private). Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902; M.A. 1907. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut., Queen's Own 
(R.W. Kent) Regt., T.F.). (Univ. War List.) 

STIGANT (post STIGAND), WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, May 15, 1843. [Only] s. of WiUiam, clerk in the 
dockyard, of Stanshaw, Portsea (and Mary). B. at Kingston. 
Bapt. Apr. 8, 1825. School, St Paul's, Portsea [and Shrews- 
bury (for one year)]. Matric. Michs. 1844; B.A. 1851. Adm. 
at Lincoln's Inn, June 9, 1846. Called to the Bar, June 7, 
1852. London correspondent of the Inddpendance Beige, 
1871-3. Entered the Consular Service, 1873. Vice-Consul at 
Boulogne, 1873-80; Consul at Ragusa, 1883-5; Consul for 
East and West Prussia, Posen and Silesia, 1885-6; for Sicily, 
1886-92; for the Philippine Islands, 1892-5. Author, 
A Vision of Barbarossa and other Poems, etc. Resided latterly 
at Rapallo, Italy, where he died Dec. 18, 1915. Father of the 
above. (Eagle, xxxvii. 273; Scott, MSS.; Law Lists; Foster, 
Men at the Bar; Who's Who; The Morning Post, Dec. 20, 
1915-) 



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Stileman, Charles Frederick 

STILEMAN, CHARLES FREDERICK. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 
1884. S. of F. C, of S. Kensington. B. [Jan. 3], 1865, at 
Folkestone. Schools, Longdon, Salop, Marlborough College 
and Eastbourne. Matric. Michs. 1884. In business in London 
as a manufacturers' agent. Died Apr. 10, 1924, at Shottes- 
well, Warws. Brother of Edward C. (1886). [Marlborough 
Coll. Reg.) 

STILEMAN, CHARLES HARVEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 13, 1S81. Youngest s. of [Major-General] William 
Croughton, Bombay Army, of 25, Selborne Road, Brighton 
(and Frances, dau. of John Gibbard, of Sharnbrook, Beds.). 
B. Feb. 15, 1863, at Aden. School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 
1881; B.A. 1886; M.A. 1896; D.D. 1913. Ord. deacon 
(Newcastle-on-Tyne) 1887; priest, 1888; C. of St Peter's, 
North Shields, 1887-9. Missioner (C.M.S.) at Baghdad, 
1889-91 ; at Julfa, 1891-3. At C.M.S. , Salisbury Square, 1895. 
Secretary, C.M.S. Persia Mission, 1895-1906. C.M.S. Or- 
ganising Secretary for dioceses of Exeter and Bath and Wells, 
1907-8. Clerical Secretary, C.E.L.M.S., 1908-12. Bishop in 
Persia, 1912-16. V. of Emmanuel Church, Clifton, Gloucs., 
19x6-18. Married, June 12, 1889, Frances Dale, youngest 
dau. of J. W. Fenwick, solicitor, of Tynemouth. Latterly of 
37, Lingfield Road, Wimbledon. Died Feb. 23, 1925. Brother 
of Leonard G. (1875). {Repton Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Who 
was Who; Burke, L.O.; The Times, Feb. 25, 1925.) 

STILEMAN, EDWARD CURTEIS. .Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1886. S. of F. C, Esq., of Cromwell Road, London. B. May 6, 
1866. School, Haileybury. Matric. Lent, 1887. An engineer. 
Died Mar. 11, 1927. Brother of Charles F. (1884). {Haileybury 
Reg.) 

STILEMAN (post STILEMAN-GIBBARD), LEONARD GIB- 
BARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 11, 1875. S. of [Major- 
Gen.] William [Croughton], of Sharnbrook House, Beds. B. 
there, June 22, 1856. Schools, Aberdeen gymnasium [and 
Brighton]. Matric. Michs. 1875; B..A.. 1879; M.A. 1882. Had 
succeeded his uncle John Gibbard at Sharnbrook, 1871, and 
assumed the additional name of Gibbard, 1877. J. P. and 
D.L. for Beds. Married, Jan. 3, 1884, Edith Geraldine, elder 
dau. of Sir Frederick Arrow, deceased. Brother of Charles H. 
(1881). (Scott, MSS.; Burke, L.G.) 

STILES, EDWARD MARSH. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Sept. 30, 
1864. S. of Edward, surgeon. B. at Chippenham. School, 
Chippenham. Matric. Michs. 1864. At Dublin and St George's 
Hospital. M.R.C.S., 1871. Of Chippenham in 1880 and of 
Newport PagneU in 1890. Died 'about 1891.' {Peile, 11. 585; 
Medical Directories.) 

STILL, CHARLES JOHN GUNDRY. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 
1880. [Eldest] s. of James Charles (1849), of Culm Davy 
House, Wellington, Somerset (and Eliza IVIargaret, only dau. 
of Joseph Gundry, Esq., of The Hyde, Bridport, Dorset). 
B. Oct. 21, 1861, at Bridport. School, private. Matric. Michs. 
1880. Farmed in New Zealand. Married (i) 1887, Sybil, dau. 
of John Hardy; (2) 1910, Bertha J. M. Steuart, widow of 
Claude Steuart and dau. of Frederick Hill, M.R.C.P. Died 
Apr. 27, 1944, at Walreddon Manor, Tavistock. {Venn, 11. 
445; Burke, L.G.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The 
Times, May i, 1944.) 

STILL, GEORGE FREDERIC. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1885. S. of 
George, Surveyor of H.M. customs, deceased (and Eliza 
Andrew, of Tollington Park). B. [Feb. 27], 1868, in London. 
Schools, Camden Road Collegiate and Merchant Taylors'. 
Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. (Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1888; 
Winchester Reading prize, 1889; M.A. 1892; M.B. and 
B.Chir. 1893; M.D. 1896. At Guy's Hospital; House Physician 
there. M.R.C.S., 1893; M.R.C.P., 1896; F.R.C.P., 1937- 
Practised in London. Physician-in-Ordinary to the Duke and 
Duchess of York. Physician Extraordinary to King 
George VI, 1937. Consulting Physician, King's CoOege 
Hospital; to the Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond 
Street, and to the Infants' Hospital, Westminster. Fellow of 
King's College, London. Professor of Diseases of Children, 
King's College, London. Goulstonian Lecturer, 1902. Ingleby 
Lecturer, Birmingham University, 1927. Fitzpatrick Lec- 
turer, R.C.P., 1928 and 1929. President of the International 
Paediatric Congress, 1933. First President of the British 
Paediatric Association. Dawson Williams Memorial Prize- 
man, B.M.A., in recognition of his work for sick children. 
Hon. Fellow, Royal Society of Medicine, London. Hon. 
LL.D., Edinburgh. K.C.V.O., 1937. Author, Common Dis- 
orders and Diseases of Childhood; Diseases of Children (with 
Sir J. Goodhart); The History of Paediatrics; Concerning 
Children (a medley of verse) ; etc. Died June 28, 1941, at 
Salisbury. {Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Who's Who; Venn, 
II. 475; Medical Directories; The Times, July i, 1941.) 



Stinton, Joseph 

STILL, The Rev. HENRY. B.A. 1778, incorp. from Oxford; 
M.A. 1778, from King's. [S. of John, gent., of Doynton, 
Gloucs. Bapt. Apr. 28, 1732. School, Winchester.] Matric. 
from Oriel College, Oxford, Mar. 9, 1748-9, age 18; B.A. 
(Oxford) 1753. R. of North Wraxall, Wilts. R. of Clapton-in- 
Gordano, Somerset. Married Mary, dau. of J. Gale, of 
Appleshawe, Hants., and had issue Buried at North Wraxall, 
Mar. 18, 1804. {Winchester Sclwlars, 246; Al. Oxon.; C. R. 
Hudleston.) 

STILL, JAMES CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Feb. 19, 
1849. S. of the Rev. Peter (1821). B. [May 30, 1830], at 
Cattistock, Dorset. School, Rimpton, Somerset. Migrated to 
Caius, May 26, 1849. Matric. Michs. 1849. Joined the regular 
Army (Dragoon Guards), 1853; Lieut., 1855; Capt., 3rd 
Dragoon Guards, 185S; retired, i860. Married, i860, Elizabeth 
Margaret, only dau. of Joseph Gundry, Esq., of The Hyde, 
Bridport. Resided at The Hyde, Bridport. J. P. for Dorset. 
Died Jan. 24, 1902. Father of Charles J. G. (1880). {Venn. 
II. 288; Hutchins, in. 76; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families.) 

STILL, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, June 27, 1864. 
[3rd] s. of Robert, solicitor, of London (and Laura Frances 
Price). B. May 18, 1845, at Norwood, Surrey. School, Win- 
chester. Matric. Michs. 1864; B.A. 1868; M.A. 1871. Rowing 
'blue,' 1866, 1867, 1868, 1869; President, C.U.B.C, 1868. 
Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1869; priest, 1870; C. of St Michael's, 
Lichfield, 1869-71. C. of St George's, Wolverhampton, 
1871-2. Missionary in Melanesia, 1873-9. C. of Homingsham, 
Wilts., 1879-80. P.C. of Poynton, Cheshire, 1880-2. V. of 
Netheravon, Wilts., 1882-4 and 1891-3. Inc. of the pro- 
Cathedral, Wellington, New Zealand, 1885-91. R. of Halstock , 
Dorset, 1893-4. K. of Hockwold, Norfolk, 1894-1902. R. of 
Hethersett, 1902-14, and V. of Ketteringham, 1905-14. Hon. 
Canon of Norwich, 1906. Married, 1876, Anna Elizabeth, 
dau. of the Rev. William Nitrill, missionary in Melanesia. 
Died, suddenly, in Hethersett church, Aug. 9, 1914- (Win- 
chester Coll. Reg.; Venn, 11. 366; Book of Blues; Crockford; 
Fox-Davies, Armorial Families.) 

STILL, PETER. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, Feb. 27, 
182 1. [S. of Peter, of Lincoki's Inn] (and Mary, dau. of 
W. Strong, of Lincoln's Inn). B. Jan. 19, 1801, in London. 
Matric. Lent, 1821; B.A. 1825; M.A. 1828. Fellow, 1824-7. 
Ord. priest, 1826; C. of Cattistock, Dorset, 1826. C. of 
Wrawby with Brigg, Lines., -1841. Married, 1827, Ann, dau. 
of Henry Hughes, of Harley Street, London. Died May 6, 
1844, at Brighton. Father of James C. (1849). {Clergy List; 
Eton Sch. Lists; G. Mag., 1844, 11. 102; C. R. Hudleston.) 

STILLMAN, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 24) at St John's, 
July 8, 1835; a 'Ten-year man.' Of Warwickshire. B. in 

Birmingham. 

STILWELL, JOHN FINNIS. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1866. [2nd] s. 
of .Arthur, M.D., of Hillingdon, Middlesex. B. there, 1847. 
Bapt. July 5, 1847. School, Elstree. Matric. Michs. 1867. 
Proprietor of Moorcroft House, HUlingdon, a private asylum 
established by his father. Married, Jan. 8, 1872, Katherme 
Emily, younger dau. of Daniel Rutter, Esq., of Hillingdon. 
J. P. for Middlesex. Died Mar. 9, 1929, at HUlingdon Furze, 
Middlesex. {Venn, 11. 376; llie Times, Mar. 11, 1929-) 

STIMSON, JOHN HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, Feb. 9, 
1822. S. of John, of Coddenham, Suffolk. B. there. School, 
Woodbridge. Matric. Michs. 1823; B.A. 1827. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) June 6, 1830; priest, June 5. 1831. Chaplam of 
Fort Clarence and Fort Pitt, Chatham, 1847-57. Chaplam 
of the military prison, Weedon, Northants., 1857-74. C. of 
Norton-by-Daventrv, 1874-6; V. there, 1876-8. Married, 
Nov. 27, 1834, Sarah Anne Woodruffe, niece of Thomas 
Brooke, of Melton Lodge. Died May 19, 1878. {Venn, 11. 186; 
Northants. Clergy, xiii. 69; Clergy List; Crockford.) 

STINTON, The Rev. GEORGE. D.D. 1768, incorp. from Oxford. 
[S. of the Rev. Thomas (Magdalen Hall, Oxford, 1719). 01 
Ilfracombe, Devon]. Matric. from Queen's College, Oxford, 
May 24, 1748, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1754: M.A. (Oxford) 
1755; B.D. and D.D. (Oxford) 1765. Fellow of Exeter College, 
1750-67. Proctor at Oxford, 1764. V. of All Hallows 
Barking, 1767-83. Chancellor of Lincoln, 1766-83. R. of 
Newington-CMW-Brightwell, Oxon., 1771- Preb. of Peter- 
borough, 1776-83. R. of Wrotham, Kent, 1781-3- F.R.S.; 
F.S..\., 1776. Died Apr. 30, 1783, in Great George Street, 
Westminster, aged 52. {Al. Oxon.; G. Mag., 1783, i- 452-) 
STINTON, JOSEPH. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel June 22, 
1818. [Eldest s. of Joseph, of Newton, Heref. (and Mary S. 
Yeomans).] Matric. Michs. iSiS. CaUed to the Bar Inner 
Temple, June 16, 1820. Equity Draftsman. Of Munderfield 
Herold, Heref., and New Square, Lincoln's Inn. Entitled by 
his descent through heiresses, from Thomas de Brotherton, 
to quarter the Plantagenet arms. (V. Hodson; Burke, Royal 
Families, 11. ped. xl.) 



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STIRLING, EDWARD CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Nov. 6, 1865. [Eldest] s. of Edward [M.L.C.]. B. Sept. 8, 
1848, at Strathalbyn, South Australia. School, St Peter's 
College, Adelaide, South Australia. Matric. Michs. 1866; 
B.A. 1870; M.A. 1873; M.B. 1874; M.D. 1880; Sc.D. 1910. 
At Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, and St George's 
Hospital. M.R.C.S., 1872; F.R.C.S., 1874. F.R.S., 1893. 
Lecturer in Physiology and House Surgeon at St Georges 
Hospital; Surgeon, Belgrave Hospital for Children. Returned 
to Australia, 1881. Consulting Surgeon to Adelaide Hospital. 
Member of the House of Assembly, 1883-6. Lecturer and 
later. Professor of Physiology, University of Adelaide. 
Director, South Australian Museum. President, Australasian 
Medical Congress, Adelaide, 1905. C.M.G., 1893; Kmghted, 
1917. Married, 1877, Jane, dau. of Joseph Gilbert, of Pewsey 
Vale, South Australia. Joint author of article on Hydatids in 
AUbutt's System of Medicine; Noctorycies typhlops, a new 
genus and species of Marsupial, etc.; Report o« Anthropology 
of Central Australia; Report of Horn Scientific Expedition. 
Died Mar. 20, 1919, in South Australia. Brother of John L. 
(1866) and Norman W. (1879). (Medical Directories; Who 
was Who; The Times, Mar. 26, 1919.) 

STIRLING, FRANCIS PURSER HOLBROOKE. Adm. pens, at 
Emmanuel, Oct. 3, 1900. S. of J[ames], Esq., of 9, Hillington 
Park Circus, Cardonald, Go van, Glasgow [Rector of Paisley 
Grammar School]. B. at PoUokshields, Aug. 25, 1880. At 
Glasgow Univ. (M.A. 1901). Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 
(i2th Wrangler) 1903. Professor of Mathematics at Madras 
Christian College, 1904-6. Died there, Sept. 16, 1906. 
(C. J. Fordyce.) 

STIRLING, FREDERICK. Adm. at Clare, July 9, 1897. [Eldest 
s. of Hugh, Esq., of Blackheath. B. Dec. 29, 1878.] School, 
Giggleswick. Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900. In the Pubhc 
Trustee's Office, 1910. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Lieut., Hampshire Regt.). Died Jan. 6, 1935, at Oakley, 
Hants.; buried at Wootton St Lawrence, Basingstoke. 
{Gigglesivick Sch. Reg.; Univ. War List; The Times, Jan. 8, 
1935.) 

STIRLING, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 20) at Trinity, June 2, 
1856. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. James [Minister of George 
Street United Presbyterian Church, Aberdeen] (and Sarah 
Irvine). B. [May 3, 1836], at Aberdeen. School, Aberdeen 
Grammar; and at King's College, Aberdeen [M.A. 1855; 
LL.D. 1887]. Matric. Michs. 1856; Scholar, 1858; Sheep- 
shanks exhibitioner, 1859; B.A. [Senior Wrangler and ist 
Smith's prize) i860; M.A. 1863. F.R.S., 1902. Adm. at 
Lincohi's Inn, Jan. 23, i860. Called to the Bar, Nov. i, 1862. 
Law Reporter, 1865-76. Conveyancer and Equity Drafts- 
man. Junior (equity) Counsel to the Treasury, 1 88 1. Bencher, 
1886. Judge of the Chancery Division of the High Court of 
Justice, 1886-1900. Knighted, 1886. P.C, 1900. Lord 
Justice of Appeal, 1900-6. Married, 1868, Aby, eldest dau. 
of John Thomson Renton, of Shalford, Surrey, and had issue. 
Resided latterly at ' Finchcocks,' Goudhurst, Kent, where he 
died June 27, 1916. Father of the next. [Law Lists; Who was 
Who; Foster, Men at the Bar; Walford, County Families; 
Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; D.N.B.) 

STIRLING, JAMES IRVINE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 21, 
1888. S. of Sir James (above), of 51, Great Cumberland 
Place, London (and Aby, dau. of John Thomson Renton, 
of Shalford, Surrey). B. May 20, i86g, in London. School, 
Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1888; Scholar, 1891; B.A. 
(Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1891; M.A. 1895. Called to the 
Bar, Lincoln's Inn, June 26, 1895. Equity Draftsman and 
Conveyancer. Of Cranbrook, Kent, and 23, Old Square, 
Lincoln's Inn. Died Sept. 21, 1951. [Record of Old West- 
minsters; Law Lists; The Times, Sept. 25, 1951.) 

STIRLING, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. i, 1830. 
[Eldest] s. of William, Esq., of 20, Royal Circus, Edinburgh 
[and Content, Jamaica] (and Elizabeth, dau. of Henry 
Barrett, of Ciimamon, Jamaica). B. [Jan. 24], 1813, in 
Jamaica. Educated privately. Matric. Michs. 1830; B.A. 
1839. Adm. at the Inner Temple, May 31, 1837. Married 
Rebecca, dau. of Major Crotty. Died in 1849. (Burke, L.G.; 
F. P. White.) 

STIRLING, JOHN ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1899. S. of Col. Patrick, of Kippendavie, Perthshire 
(and Margaret Mary, dau. of Rear-Admiral John Leith). 
[B. Sept. 20, 1881. School, Eton.] Did not reside. Second 
Lieut., the Gordon Highlanders (T.A.), 1899; Second Lieut., 
Scots Guards. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut. - 
Col.; Bt. Major; M.C.; D.S.O., 1918, 'for conspicuous gal- 
lantry and devotion to duty. . .his courage and contempt of 
danger inspired all ranks with the greatest confidence'). 
Married (i) Oct. 24, 1904, Clara Elizabeth, dau. of Charles 
Henry Taylor, of Washington, U.S.A.; (2) 1914, Olive Louisa 
Blanche, dau. of Sir John Leslie, Bart.; (3) 1923, Gertrude, 



Stirling-Maxwell, Archibald 

dau. of Commander William Sherbrooke, R.N. Of Dunblane, 
Perthshire, and Ham Common, Surrey. [Eton Sch. Lists; 
Army Lists; Burke, L.G.; KeUy, Handbook.) 
STIRLING, JOHN LANCELOT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 17, 
1866. [2nd] S. of Edward [M.L.C, of Adelaide] (and Harriet, 
dau. of John Taylor, of Ryelands, Herts.). B. [Nov. 5], 1849. 
at Adelaide, South Australia. School, St Peter's, Adelaide. 
Matric. Michs. 1867; B.A. and LL.B. 1871. Athletics 'blue' 
(hurdles), 1870. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 2, 1867. 
Called to the Bar, Nov. i8, 1872. A sheep-farmer. Entered 
Parliament in South Australia, 188 1; Member of Legislative 
Council, 1890; President, 1901. Knighted, 1902; K.C.M.G., 
1909. Married, 1881, Florence Marian, dau. of Sir William 
Milne, of Adelaide. Of The Lodge, Strathallyn, South 
Australia. Died May 24, 1932. Brother of Edward C. (1865) 
and Norman W. (next). [Book of Blues; Law Lists; Foster, 
Men at the Bar; Walford, County Families; Who was Who.) 
STIRLING, NORMAN WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1,1879. S. of Edward, Esq. B. July 7, 1861, at Adelaide. 
Australia. School, Charterhouse. Did not reside. Brother of 
Edward C. (1865) and the above. [Charterhouse Reg.) 
STIRLING, THOMAS HENRY. Adm. pens, at Magdalene, 
Jan. 31, 1806. [Only s. of Thomas, of the Middle Temple. 
B. in 1789. School, Westminster.] Matric. Michs. 1806; 
LL.B. 1812. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Apr. 28, 1804. 
Called to the Bar. Nov. 23, 18 10. A Puisne Judge in Ceylon. 
Resided latterly at Grove House, Battersea, Surrey, where 
he died Feb. 7, 1864, aged 74. [Record of Old Westminsters; 
Law Lists; G. Mag., 1864, i. 404; Boase, ni. 750.) 
STIRLING (post STIRLING-MAXWELL), WILLIAM. Adm. 
pens, at Trinity, Apr. 28, 1835. [Only s. of Archibald, of 
Keir (and Elizabeth, 3rd dau. of Sir John Maxwell, 8th Bart.). 
B. Mar. 8, 1818, at Kenmure. School, private.] Matric. 
Michs. 1835; B.A. 1839; M.A. 1843; Hon. LL.D. 1874- 
Travelled abroad, exploring Mount Lebanon and visiting 
Spain. Succeeded to the family estates of Keir, near Dun- 
blane, 1847. M.P. for Perthshire, 1852-68 and 1874-8. 
Member of the Universities Commission, 1859 and of the 
Historical Manuscripts Commission, 1872-8. Rector of 
St Andrews University, 1862. Succeeded as 9th Bart., 1865, 
on the death of his uncle. Sir John Maxwell, and assumed the 
additional name of Maxwell. Elected Rector, of Aberdeen 
University, 1870, but declined the post. Rector of Edinburgh 
University, 1872. Chancellor of Glasgow University, 1876. 
Knight of the Thistle, 1876. Hon. Sec. of the Highland and 
Agricultural Society, 1841. President of the Glasgow Agri- 
cultural Society. Bred shorthorn cattle and Clydesdale 
horses. Married (i) Apr. 26, 1865, Anna Maria, 3rd dau. of 
David Leslie Melville, loth Earl of Leven and Melville, and 
had issue; (2) Mar. i, 1877, Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton 
(aged 69, poetess and granddaughter of Richard Brinsley 
Sheridan). Author, Don John of Austria, etc. Died, of a 
fever, in Venice, Jan. 15, 1878. Father of John (1884) and 
of Archibald (1885). [Return of M.P.s; Walford, County 
Families; D.N.B.; G.E.C.; C. R. Hudleston.) 
STIRLING-CRAWFURD, WILLIAM STUART (1837), see 

CRAWFURD. 
STIRLING-HAMILTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1892. [Youngest] s. of [Gen.] Sir W[illiam], Bart, [of 
Grove Lodge, Ingatestone, Essex]. B. [Dec. 2, 1873], at 
Exeter. [School, private.] Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1896; 
M.B., B.Chir. and M.A. 1904. At St Bartholomew's Hospital; 
House Physician there. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1901. Practised 
at Grove Lodge, Ingatestone, Essex. M.B.E., 1920. Died 
Feb. 4, 1932. Brother of the next. [Medical Directories; 
The Times, Feb. 6, 1932.) 
STIRLING-HAMILTON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 23) at 
Jesus, 1891. [Eldest] s. of Sir W[illiam] [loth] Bart, [who 
assumed by deed poll the additional surname of Stirling, 
1889] (and Eliza, dau. of Major-General Barr). B. [Dec. 4, 
1868], at Simla. School, Newton College, Devon. Matric. 
Easter, 1891. Succeeded his father as nth Bart., 1913. Of 
Woodgaters, Southwater, Horsham, Sussex. Married, May 24, 
1902, Mabel Mary, dau. of Major-General Henry Tyndall, 
C.B., deceased, and had issue. Died Oct. 7, 1946, at South- 
water. Brother of the above. (Burke, P. and B. [sub 
Hamilton); Who's Who; The Times, Oct. 14, 1946.) 
STIRLING-MAXWELL, ARCHIBALD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 12, 1885. [2nd] s. of Sir William (1835, sub Stirling) 
fgth] Bart., of Keir, Dunblane, Perthshire (and Lady Anna 
Maria, 3rd dau. of David, loth Earl of Leven and Melville). 
B. there, Sept. 14, 1867. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1885. 
Of Keir. i6th of Keir and 13th of Cawdor. Served with the 
ist Batt., the Scots Guards, in the Nile expedition, 1899; 
in the South African War, 1899-1902. Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (Lieut.-Col., Lovat's Scouts (T.F. Res.) ; Brig.- 
General, Highland Mounted Infantry; mentioned in des- 
patches). M.P. for West Perthshire, 1917-18. Married, 



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Apr. 14, 1910, the Hon. Margaret Fraser, 4th dau. of the 
13th Lord Lovat, and had issue. Died Feb. 18, 1931. Brother 
of the ne.xt. (Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, L.G.; Walford, County 
Families.) 

STIRLING-MAXWELL, Sir JOHN, Bart. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 23, 1884. [Eldest] s. of Sir William (1835) [9th] Bart., 
of Keir, Dunblane, Perthshire (and Lady Anna Maria, 3rd 
dau. of David, loth Earl of Leven and Melville). B. June 6, 
1866, in London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1884; B..\. 
1894; M.A. 1920. Hon. K.LB.A. Hon. LL.D., Edinburgh, 
Glasgow and Aberdeen. Assistant Private Secretary to Lord 
Knutsford at the Colonial Oflice. Took the name and arms 
of Stirling on succeeding his father as loth Baronet, Jan. 15, 
1878. M.P. for the College division of Glasgow, 1895-1905. 
Knight of the Order of the Thistle, 1929. Lieut., King's Body- 
guard for Scotland. Chairman of the Forestry Commission, 
1929-32. A Trustee of Scots National Galleries. Member of 
the Royal Commission on Ancient and Historical Monuments 
and Constructions in Scotland, 1934. Of Pollok House, 
Glasgow. Married, Nov. 12, 1901, Arm Christian, dau. of the 
Rt. Hon. Sir Herbert Eustace Maxwell, 7th Bart. Brother 
of the above. [Eton Sch. Lists; G.E.C.; Burke, P. and B.; 
Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Walford, County Families; 
C. J. Fordyce; Who's Who.) 

STIRLING-MAXWELL, Sir WILLIAM (1835), see STIRLING. 

STIRLING-STUART, WILLIAM JAMES STIRLING CRAW- 
FURD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 18, 1873. S. of James, 
of Castlemiik, Lanarks. B. May 9, 1854, in Dublin. School, 
Graveley, Cambs. (private). Matric. Michs. 1873. Of Castle- 
mjlk, Lanarks., Milton and Torrance. D.L. for Lanarks. 
Mcuried, 1890, Constance, dau. of Alexander Dennistoun. 
Died Mar. 4, 1938; buried at Carmunnock, Lanarks. (The 
limes, Mar. 7, 1938; KeUy, Handbook.) 

STITT, SAMUEL STEWART. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Pembroke, 
Oct. I, i886. S. of Samuel [stock and share-broker], of 
Claughton, near Birkenhead (and Ruth, dau. of Henry 
Medder, of Liverpool). B. there. May 21, 1866. School, 
Birkenhead [and at University College, Liverpool, 1885-6]. 
Matric. Michs. 1886; Scholar; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1893. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) 1890; priest, 1891; C. of St Mary-the-Great, 
Cambridge, 1890-1. Tutor at St Aidan's College, Birkenhead, 
1891-2. C. of Tring, Herts., 1892-4. C. of St Helier's, Jersey, 
1894-7. Acting C.F. at Cork, 1897-9; at Aldershot, 1899- 
1901; with the South African Field Force, 1901-2. Chaplain 
of Caius, 1903-4. V. of St Michael's, Cambridge, 1903-6. 
R. of Stretham with Thetford, Cambs., 1906-45. Married, 
June 19, 1897, Mary, 2nd dau. of Lieut. -General James 
Marquis, deceased. Died July 31, 1945, at Cambridge. 
(Crockford; Cambridge Datly News, Aug. i, 1945.) 

STOBART, EDWARD. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1897. 3rd s. 
of William C[ulleyj [coal-owner], of Spellow Hill, Leeds. B. 
there, Oct. 24, 1879. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1897. 
Farmer and land-agent. Of Heighington House, Heighington, 
Durhaun. Brother of Henry F. (1895) and half-brother of 
William R. (1883). (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

STOBART, FREDERICK WILLIAM. Matric. from Jesus, 
Oct. 1877. Omitted from College Adm. Reg. [3rd s. of William, 
of Pepper Arden, Northallerton, Yorks. (and Sophia, dau. of 
Gen. W. J. Wylde, R.A.). B. Jan. 27, 1859. School, Wel- 
lington College.] A wholesale merchant in Canada. During 
the Great War, 1914-19, purchased supplies in Canada and 
the United States for the War Office; O.B.E., 1918. Married 
Margaret, dau. of Charles John Brydges, of Winnipeg, 
Canada. Latterly of Elmleigh, Midhurst, Sussex. Died 
Dec. 11, 1935, aged 76. Brother of the next and William E. 
(1877). (Burke, L.G.; The Times, Dec. 12, 1935.) 

STOBART, HARRY GERVAS. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. 1, 1888. [5th] s. of William, merchant, of Pepper 
Arden, near Northallerton, Yorks. B. June 5, 1869, at 
Cocken Hall, Durham. School, Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 
1888. Of Thomton-le-Dale, Pickering, in 1927. A director 
of Horden Collieries, Ltd., Darlington. President of the 
General Steel Casting Manufacturers' Association. J. P. for 
Co. Durham and the North Riding of Yorks. Married, 
Apr. 19, 1897, Bessie, dau. of Frederick Henderson Brydges, 
of Winnipeg. Died Aug. 21, 195 1. Brother of the above and 
William E. (1877). (Haileybury Reg.; Burke, L.G.) 
STOBART, HENRY FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Pembroke, Oct. 
1895. [Second son of WiUiam Culley, of Spellow Hill, 
Leeds. B. Sept. 2, 1876, at Etherley Lodge, Durham. School, 
King's, Canterbury.] Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898. 
Second Lieut., Northumberland Fusiliers, 1899; Lieut., 1900; 
Capt., 1902. Served in the South African War, 1898-1902. 
Retired, 1903. Of Dunchideock, Devon. Brother of Edward 
(1897) and half-brother of William R. (1883). (Army Lists; 
King's Sch., Canterbury, Reg.; Burke, L.G.) 
STOBART, HENRY JOHN SCOTT. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Pembroke, Oct. i, 1886. S. of the Rev. Henry (Queen's 



Stock, Edward Ernest 

College, Oxford, 1842), of Warkton rectory, Kettering. B. 
Aug. 10, 1867. School, Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1886; 
B.A. 1889; M.A. 1928. Athletics 'blue' (3 miles), 1888. An 
electrical engineer. Married, 1895, Frances Geraldine, dau. 
of William CoUey Stobart, of Spellow Hill, Yorks. Managing 
director of .Messrs Chance Brothers and Co., manufacturers 
of optical glass. Died Aug. 16, 1931, at Rufiold, Colyford, 
S. Devon; buried there. (Haileybury Reg.; Book of Blues; 
The Times, Aug. 18, 1931-) 

STOBART, JOHN CLARKE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 
1897. [2nd] s. of the Rev. William James (i860), of St 
Augustine's vicarage, Bermondsey. B. Mar. 5, 1878, at 
Swyre, Dorset. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1897; Scholar; 
(Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1899); B.A. 1901; M.A. 1904. 
Assistant Master at Merchiston Castle School, 1901-2; at 
Merchant Taylors' School, 1902-10. H.M. Inspector of 
Schools, 1910-24. Assistant Secretary to the War Cabinet 
Committee, 1917-18. Education Director of the B.B.C., 
1924-9. Married, July 28, 1904, Mary Cuirey, 2nd dau. of 
the Rev. Thomas William Gibson, V. of St Giles, Oxford. 
Editor of Virgil's Select Eclogues ; Selections from the Georgics 
and Epoc)is of English Literature. Author of The Glory that 
was Greece and The Grandeur that was Rome. Died May 12, 
1933, at West Byfleet. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Schoolmasters' 
Directories; The Times, May 13, 1933.) 

STOBART, WILLIAM EDEN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
Oct. I, 1877. [4th] s. of William, Esq. [of Norton Conyers, 
Ripon]. B. July 24, 1863, at Roker. School, Uppingham. Did 
not reside. Lieut., 5th Dragoon Guards, 1S83; Capt., 1887; 
Major, 1899. Served in the Sudan expedition, 1885. Of 
Spenithome House, Leybum, Yorks. Married, Apr. 25, 1899, 
EUa Frances, dau. of Lieut.-Col. H. F. Dent, of Malton, 
Yorks. Of Nynehead Court, Somerset, in 1927. Brother of 
Frederick W. (1877) and of Harry G. (1888). (Uppingham 
Sch. Roll; Army Lists; Burke, L.G.) 

STOBART, WILLIAM JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 6, 
i860. S, of William, Esq. (and Eliza). B. at Cheshunt, Herts. 
Bapt. Sept. 9, 1840. Matric. Michs. i860; B.A. 1864; M.A. 
1867. Ord. deacon (London) 1865; priest, 1866; C. of Holy 
Trinity, Newington, Surrey, 1865-7. C. of St John's, 
Croydon, 1867-72. C. of St Pancras, 1872-4. R. of Swyre, 
Dorset, 1874-8. V. of St Augustine's, Bermondsey, 1878-1902. 
V. of Carisbrooke with Northwood, Isle of Wight, 1902-14. 
Married, Aug. 27, 1867, Susan Elizabeth, youngest dau. of 
Clarke Morris, Esq., of Oakham Grange, Rutland. Latterly 
of Sandown, Isle of Wight, where he died Jan. 28, 1919. 
Father of John C. (1897). (Crockford; The Times, Feb. i, 
1919.) 
STOBART, WILLIAM RYDER. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1883. [Eldest] s. of WiUiam C[ulley], Esq. [of Spellow 
Hill, Boroughbridge, Yorks.]. B. [July, 1864], at Etherley. 
School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1887. Of 
Bragleenbeg, Argylls., and Pheasants Coombe, Hambleden, 
Bucks. J. P. Married, 1893, Jessie Octavia, dau. of Francis 
George Butler. Died Sept. 29, 1938; buned at Hambleden. 
Half-brother of Edward (1897) and Henry F. (1895). (Upping- 
ham Sch. Roll; The Times, Oct. 1, 1938; Burke, L.G.) 
STOCK, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, June 16, 
1841. 3rd s. of the Rev. John (1812), of Bow, Middlesex 
(and Sophia). B. there. Mar. 24, 1823. School, Merchant 
Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 1841; Scholar; B.A. 1845. Ord. 
deacon (Chester) 1847; priest (Winchester) 1848; C. of 
Prescot, Lanes., 1847-8. C. of Stockwell, Surrey, 1848-50. 
C. of Holy Trinity, Cloudesley Square, Islington, 1850-3. 
Inc. of St Peter's, WeUington, New Zealand, 1856-88. .\rch- 
deacon of WeUington, 1870-88. Died Sept. 23, 1901, at 
WeUington. Brother of Edward P. (1847) and John R. (1837). 
(.Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Crockford; The Times, Oct. 4, 
1901.) 
STOCK, CHARLES JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Oct. 31, 1828. S. of Charles. B. in Jamaica. School, Black- 
heath, Kent. Matric. Lent, 1829; B.A. 1833. 
STOCK, EDWARD ERNEST. .A.dm. pens, at St John's, June 18, 
1875. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Edward Peche (next), of 
Bowness, Windermere (and Penelope). B. at Bu:ch-in- 
Rushokue, Lanes. Bapt. July 31. 1855. School, Felsted 
(Mr W. S. Grignon). Did not reside. Adm. at Magdalene, 
Aug. 12, 1875. Matric. Michs. 1875 ; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1884. Ord. 
deacon (Carlisle) 1880; priest, 1881; C. of St Mary's, CarUsle, 
1880-3. C. of Broughton-in-Furness, Lanes., 1883-5. C. of 
Ulverston, 1885-6. V. of Rydal, Westmorland, 1887-98. V. of 
Rocliffe, Cumberland, 1898-1910. Married, June 13, 1882, 
Ethel, eldest dau. of the Rev. Walter Brooksbank, of Thorn- 
barrow, Windermere, formerly R. of Lamplugh, Cumberland. 
DiedOct. 17, 1910. Brotherof Herbert A. (1877). (Crockford; 
The Guardian, Oct. 28, 1910.) 



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STOCK, EDWARD PECH£. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 8, 
1847. S. of the Kev. John (1812), V. of Finchinglield, Essex 
(and Sophia). B. Oct. 30, 1826, at St Mary, Stratford, Bow. 
Matric. Michs. 1847; B.A. 1851; M.A. 1854. Ord. deacon 
(Manchester) 1851; priest, 1854; C. of RadcliSe, Lanes., 
1854-7. R. of Windermere, 1857-1904. Hon. Canon of 
Carlisle, 1871. Rural Dean of Ambleside. Married, Aug. 22, 
1854, Penelope, only dau. of Richard Cope, Esq., of Ardwick. 
Died Oct. 16, 1904. Brother of Arthur (1841) and John R. 
(1837); father of the above and of Herbert A. (1877). {Eagle, 
XXVI. 238; Crockford; The Times, Oct. 18, 1904.) 

STOCK, EDWARD WOOD. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 7, 
1853. [Eldest] s. of Edward, gent, (and Elizabeth Warton). 

B. Jan. 14, 1832, at Poplar. Matric. Michs. 1853; (Civil Law 
Classes, ist Class, 1855-6; Moral Sci. Trip., ist Class, 1857); 
LL.B. 1863. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 20, 1849. Called 
to the Bar, Apr. 30, 1857. Of Wombrook, near Chard, 
Somerset. Married (i) Dec. 29, 1864, Barbara Forbes, eldest 
dau. of James Milne Innes, of Balvenie and Edengight, 
Banffs. ; (2) Dec. 23, 1882, LtUies Georgiana, 6th dau. of 
Thomas R. Leadam, M.D., of Mortimer, Oxon. Died Dec. 29, 
1913. {Eagle, XXXV. 224; Law Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar; 
2 he Times, Jan. i, 1914.) 

STOCK, HERBERT ALFRED. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Jesus, 
Oct. I, 1877. [2nd] s. of the Rev. Edward Pech6 (1847) (and 
Penelope Cope). B. [Feb. 24, 1857], at RadcliSe, Lanes. 
School, Felsted (the Rev. D. S. Ingram). Matric. Michs. 1877. 
Second Lieut., 62nd Regt. of Foot, 1879; Lieut., Wilts. Regt., 
1880; Capt., 1888; Instructor in Military Topography at the 
Royal Military College, Sandhurst, 1885-92; Major, 1898. 
Served in the South African War, 1899-1900. Retired, 1900. 
An Army tutor. Married, Eleanor Constance, dau. of Rear- 
Admiral Arthur Morrell. Died May 29, 1935, at Windermere. 
Brother of Edward E. (1875). {^l- Felsted; Army Lists; Who's 
Who in Norfolk; The Times, June i, 1935.) 

STOCK, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 7, 1812. Of 
Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1812; B.A. 1816; M.A. 1819. Ord. 
deacon (Canterbury) Sept. 22, 1816; priest, Sept. 21, 1817. 

C. of Bow, Middlesex, until 1841. Lecturer of All Saints', 
Poplar, and Thursday morning lecturer at St Peter's, Corn- 
hill. V. of Finchinglield, Essex, 1841-53. Latterly of Earl's 
Terrace, Kensington. Died Nov. 21, 1869, at Richmond, 
Surrey. Father of Arthur (1841), Edward P. (1847) and 
John R. (1837). {Clergy List; lite Guardian, Nov. 24, 1869.) 

STOCK, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, Mar. 30, 1842. 
Of Lanes. Matric. Michs. 1842; B.A. 1846; M.A. 1850. Ord. 
deacon, 1847; priest, 1848. P.C. of St George's, Chorley, 
Lanes., 1850-89. Died Jan. i8, 1889, aged 70. (Crockfotd; 
The Guardian, Jan. 23, 1889.) 

STOCK, JOHN RUSSELL. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 23, 
1837. S. of the Rev. John (1812) [C] of Bow, Middlesex (and 
Sophia). [B. Oct. 10, 1818.] School, Merchant Taylors'. 
Matric. Michs. 1837; B.A. 1841; M.A. 1844. President of the 
Union, 1841. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 19, 1841; priest, 
May 22, 1842; P.C. of St John's, Finchingfield, Essex, 1842-9. 
V. of All Saints, Islington, 1849-53. V. of Finchingfield 
(succeeding his father), 1853-60. Secretary to the Clergy 
Orphan Corporation, 1861-83. R- of All Hallows-the-Great 
with All Hallows-the-Less, London, 1860-87. Preb. of 
St Paul's, 18S4-7. Married, June 27, 1848, Mary, dau. of the 
Rev. W. F. Cobb, R. of Nettlestead, Kent. Died Apr. 11, 
1887, at Nice. Brother of Arthur (1841) and Edward P. 
(1847). {Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Eagle, xv. 103; 
Crockford; The Guardian, Apr. 20, 1887.) 

STOCK, JOHN SHAPLAND. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
May 2, 1821. S. of John [Edmonds] (Exeter College, Oxford, 
1791, L.C.P., 1S03). B. at Clifton, Gloucs. School, Shrews- 
bury. Matric. Michs. 1821. Migrated to Peterhouse, Nov. i, 
1824; B.A. 1826; M.A. 1830. President of the Union, 1825. 
Adm. at the Middle Temple, Jan. 29, 1827. Called to the 
Bar, June 25, 1830. On the Western Circuit. Recorder of 
Winchester, 1847-56; Recorder of Exeter and Judge of the 
Provost Court, 1856-67. Bencher, 1865; Q.C., 1865. Author, 
Treatise on the Law of Lunacy; Poems, chiefly translated from 
the German. Died May 7, 1867, aged 62, at 7, Upper Brook 
Street, London. {T. A. Walker, 421 and MS. note; Law Lists; 
Foster, Men at the Bar; G. Mag., 1867, i. 829.) 

STOCK, WARINGTON. Adm. at Cavendish H., Oct. 1886. 
[S. of the Rev. William, V. of St Paul's, Derby. School, 
Derby.] Matric. Michs. 1886; Scholar; B.A. 1889. Subse- 
quently adm. at Downing; M.A. 1893. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 
1893; priest, i894;C. of Dodbrooke, Devon, 1893-5. C. of Grin- 
stead, Sussex, 1896-1903, and Assistant Master at Fonthill 
prep. School. Chaplain, R.N.; H.M.S. Monmouth, 1903-4; 
Challenger, 1904-6; Leander, 1906-8; Fox, 1908-10; Defence, 
1910-11; Argyll, 1911-14; Zealandia, 1914-16. C.-in-charge 
of Kilbride, Co. Wicklow, 1918-19. Latterly of St Andrew's, 
Coulsdon, Surrey. Disappears from Crockford, 1923. {Derby 
Sch. Reg. ; Schoolmasters' Directories.) 



Stockdale, James 



STOCK, WILLIAM LIEVESLEY. Adm. at Cavendish H., Apr. 
1885. [S. of Lievesley, Esq., of Bedford-Leigh vicarage, 
Lanes. B. Dec. 18, 1867. School, Norfolk County. Matric. 
Easter, 1885. Migrated to Peterhouse, Apr. 18, 1887; B.A. 
1888; M.A. 1908. Ord. deacon (Wakefield) 1891; priest, 1892; 
C. of Halifax, 1891-9. C. of St Ives, Hunts., 1899-1901. 
C. of Waterbeach, Cambs., 1901-3. C. of Stratton Strawless, 
Norfolk, 1903-13. R. of Haynford, 1913-30. R. of Bacons- 
thorpe, 1930-44. Latterly of Sandy Lodge, Sheringham. 
Died June 17, 1948- (T. A. Walker, 594; Crockford; The 
Times, June 21, 1948.) 

STOCKDALE, CHARLES. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 7. 1869. 
S. of the Kev. Henry (1837), R. of Bole, Notts, (and Christine 
Ann). B. Apr. 18, 1850, at Gringley-on-the-Hill, Notts. 
School, Merchant Taylors', London. Matric. Michs. 1869; 
B.A. 1873. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1873; priest, 1874; C. of 
Uttoxeter, Staffs., 1873-6- C. of Ashbourne, Derbs., 1876-7. 
C. of Tettenhall, Stafis., 1877-80. C. of Kidderminster, 
Worcs., 1880-9. V. of Stoke Prior, Heref., 1889-1933. Hon. 
Canon of Worcester, 1920-47. Lie. to ofi., dio. of Worcester, 
1933. Died Dec. 29, 1947, at Worcester. {Merchant Taylors' 
Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Church Times, Jan. 9, 1948.) 

STOCKDALE, ERNEST AYSCOUGH. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 6, 1866. Of Lines. [S. of the Rev. Joseph 
Walter (1829), V. of Morton. B. Oct. 15, 1846, at Linwood, 
Lines.] Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 1870. Ord. deacon 
(Bp. Ryan, for Ripon) 1871; priest (Ripon) 1872; C. of 
Birstwith, Yorks., 1871-4- C. of Gilling, 1874-83. V. of 
Kirkby Ravensworth, 1883-99. V. of Middleton-Tyas, 1899- 
1936. Married, June 27, 1900, Mary, dau. of W. Raw, Esq., 
of Whitley, Northumberland. Latterly of Hebdon House, 
Catterick Bridge, Yorks. Died May 3, 1938, aged 91, at 
Saltburn-by-the-Sea; buried at Middleton-Tyas. {Crockford; 
The 1 imes. May 5, 1938.) 

STOCKDALE, FREDERICK SEPTIMUS. Adm. pens, at Em- 
manuel, June 25, 1847. Matric. Michs. 1847; B.A. 1851. 
Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1851; priest, 1852; C. of St John's, 
Coventry, 1851-3. C. of AUtborough, Lines., 1853-63. V. of 
Havenstreet, Isle of Wight, 1863-79. R. of Chedington, 
Dorset, 1879-1907. Married Katharine, eldest dau. of the 
Rev. J. Sheepshanks, R. of St John's, Coventry. Latterly of 
Newton House, Ascham Road, Bournemouth, where he died 
Oct. 9, 1915, aged 88. {Crockford; The Guardian, Oct. 14, 
1915) 

STOCKDALE, HENRY. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, June 9, 
1837. S. of the Rev. Joseph (1803), V. of Kingerby, Lines. 
Matric. Michs. 1837; B.A. 1841. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1841; 
priest, 1842. P.C. of Misterton and C. of Beckingham, Notts., 
1843-58. R. of Bole, 1858-73. R. of Clayworth, 1873-83. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1884. Father of Charles (1869); 
brother of William (1844) and Joseph W. (1829). 

STOCKDALE, HENRY MINSHULL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Jesus, July 8, 1841. [3rd] s. of the Rev. William (1784) (and 
Honor, dau. of the Rev. Godfrey Wolley). B. Sept. 30, 1822, 
at Mears Ashby, Northants. School, Aspley. Matric. Michs. 
1841; B.A. 1845; M.A. 1848. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May i, 
1845. Called to the Bar, June 14, 1848. Capt., Northants. 
Militia. Chainnan of Northants. Quarter Sessions. J. P. and 
D.L. for Northants. Succeeded to Mears Ashby Hall, 1858. 
Married, Aug. 12, 1858, Sarah Emily, dau. of the Rev. Robert 
Hervey Knight, R. of Weston Favell, Northants. Died 
Oct. 3, 1913. Brother of Septimus (1841) and William W. 
(1834); father of the next and of Robert W. (1881). {Law 
Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar; Walford, County Families; 
Burke, L.G.) 

STOCKDALE, HENRY MINSHULL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Jesus, Oct. i, 1879. S. of Henry MinshuU, Esq. (above), of 
Mears Ashby Hall (and Sarah Emily, dau. of the Rev. Robert 
Hervey Knight, R. of Weston FaveU, Northants.). B. [Feb. 8, 
1861], at Mears Ashby. School, Winchester. Matric. .Michs. 
1879; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1888. Lieut, 3rd Batt. (Militia), 
Northants. Regt., 1884. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 
July 7, 1886. On the Midland Circuit. Of Mears Ashby Hall, 
Northants. J. P. and D.L. for Northants. Married, July 7, 
1896, Florence Margaret Rose, dau. of the Rev. Charles 
ViUiers, R. of Croft, Darlington, and had issue. Died Feb. 20, 
1946. Brother of Robert W. (i88i). {Winchester Coll. Reg.; 
Law Lists; Walford, County Families.) 

STOCKDALE, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Emmanuel, 
July 5, 1755. S. of James. B. at Leicester. School, Leicester 
(Mr Andrews). Matric. Michs. 1755; Scholar, 1757; B.A. 1760. 

STOCKDALE, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, Mar. 16, 
1795. S. of Jbseph, of Great Grimsby, Lines. B. at Wragby. 
School, Glanford Bridge. Matric. Michs. 1795. Migrated to 
Clare, Dec. 28, 1797; B.A. 1799. 



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STOCKDALE, JEREMIAH. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Apr. 17, 1849. S. of William. B. at Skipton-in-Craven, 
Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1849; Scholar; B..\. 1853; M.A. 1857. 
Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1853; priest, 1854; C. of St George's, 
Birmingham, 1853-6. P.C. of St Matthias, Birmingham, 
1856-9. V. of Baslow, Derbs., 1859-1907. Married, July 15, 
1902, Mary Beatrice, only dau. of Alfred Hawley, Esq., of 
Hampstead. Died Oct. 24, 1907, aged 78. (Crockford; The 
Times, Oct. 2S, 1907.) 

STOCKDALE, JOHN. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Jesus, Sept. 26, 1815; 
from Corpus Christi College, Oxford, whence he had matric. 
May 15, 1812, age 18. S. of John, gent., of Wigton, Cumber- 
land. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 1820. (Al. Oxon.) 

STOCKDALE, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, Mar. 12, 
1803. Of Lines. Matric. Michs. 1803; Scholar; B.A. 1807; 
M.A. 1811. Ord. deacon, 1807; priest, 1808. V. of Kingerby, 
Lines., 1811-74, and R. of Tetford, 1820-74. Died at 
Kingerby vicarage, Jan. 13, 1874, aged 89. Father of 
William (1844), Henry (1837) and the next. (Clergy List; 
Crockford.) 

STOCKDALE, JOSEPH WALTER. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity, May 30, 1829. S. of [the Rev.] Joseph (above). 
B. Apr. 19, 1810, at Kirton, Lines. School, Charterhouse. 
Matric. Michs. 1829; B.A. 1833; M.A. 1845. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) 1833; priest, 1834; C. of Linwood, Lines., 1835-61. 
V. of North WiUingham, 1847-62. V. of Morton with Hac- 
conby, 1862-1901. Died June 30, 1901. Father of Ernest A. 
(1866); brother of Henry (1837) and William (1844). (Burke, 
>L.G.\ Clergy List, where he is caUed 'Walter' only; R. L. 
Arrowsmitli.) 

STOCKDALE, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
May 21, 1779. Eldest s. of the Rev. Robert (1746-7), of 
York. B. there [Jan. 9, 1761]. School, Manchester. Matric. 
Michs. 1779; Scholar; B.A. 1783; M.A. 1786. FeUow, 1785- 
1831; Vice-Master and bursar, 1806. Travelled in the East 
for some time as companion and tutor to J. B. S. Morritt 
(St John's, B.A., 1794), and a son of the Earl of Rosebery. 
Died Sept. 5, 1831, at Mears Ashby, Northants., aged 71. 
Brother of William (1784). {Manchester Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 
1831, II. 3S0; Letters of J. B. S. Morriti; Burke, L.G.) 

STOCKDALE, ROBERT WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Jesus, Oct. i, 1881. [2nd] s. of Henry Minshull, Esq. (1841), 
of Mears Ashby Hall (and Sarah Emily, dau. of the Rev. 
Robert Hervey Knight, R. of Weston FaveU, Northants.). 
B. Oct. 31, 1862, at Earls Barton. School, Winchester 
(Dr Ridding). Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1888. 
Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1886; priest, 1887; C. of Armley, Yorks., 
1886-1905. V. of St Silas, Hunslet, 1905-16. C.-in-charge of 
Goldsborough, 1917-19. V. of Greenhow Hill, Harrogate, 
1920-6. V. of Burton Leonard, 1926-33. Married, Mar. i, 
1905, Emily Fozard, and had issue. Latterly of 31, Stepney 
Road, Scarborough, where he died Mar. 13, 1946. Brother 
of Henry M. (1879). (Winchester Coll. Reg.; Crockford; 
Burke, L.G.; The Times, Mar. 16, 1946.) 

STOCKDALE, SEPTIMUS. Adm. at Jesus (age 16), July 8, 
1841. [4th] s. of the Rev. William (next). B. [Jan. 24, 1824], 
at Mears Ashby, Northants. School, Aspley. Matric. Michs. 
1841; B..'^. 1845; M.A. 1848. C. of Daventry, Northants., 
1847-8. R. of Wilby, 1848-9. Married, Feb. 27, 1849, 
Caroline, 2nd dau. of the Hon. and Rev. Paul Anthony Irby, 
R. of Cottesbrooke, Northants. Died, s.p., May 11, 1849, at 
Hastings. Brotherof Henry M. (1841) and William W. (1834). 
(Northants. Clergy, xni. 71; Burke, L.G.; G. Mag., J849, 1. 
535 and 663.) 

STOCKDALE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Nov. 16, 1784- 
Of Yorks. [Younger s. of the Rev. Robert (1746-7), Canon 
of York and V. of Hayton (and Katharine, dau. of Peter 
Minshull, of Hutton Cranswick, Yorks.). B. Apr. 5, 1767.] 
Matric. Easter, 1786; B.A. 1789; M.A. 1792. Fellow. Ord. 
priest (Peterb.) 1791. V. of Hundon, Suffolk, 1801-37. V. of 
Mears .A.shby, Northants., 1814-58. R. of Wilby, 1837-48- 
Married, Honor, dau. of the Rev. Godfrey WoUpy, R. of 
Hawnby, Yorks. F.L.S. Died Feb. 27, 1858, at Mears Ashby; 
buried there. Father of the above, of William W. (1834) and 
of Henry M. (1841); brother of Robert (i779)- (Burke, L.G.; 
Northants. Clergy; Foster, Index Eccles.; Clergy List; 
Northants. Clergy, xiil. 71.) 

STOCKDALE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 27, 
1844. S. of the Rev. Joseph (1803), of Kmgerby, Lines, (and 
Frances Elizabeth). B. there. Bapt. Feb. 20, 1825. Matric. 
Michs. 1844; B.A. 1850. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1850; priest, 
1851; C. of Carleton, Yorks., 1851-4. C. of Milton-under- 
Wychwood with Lyneham, Oxon., 1854-76. C. of Withers- 
field, Suffolk, 1876-9. C. of Barrow, 1879-88. Died Apr. 12, 
1888. Brotherof Henry (1837) and Joseph W. (1829). (Eagle, 
XV. 387; Clergy List; Crockford.) 



Stocks, Bentley 

STOCKDALE, WILLIAM WALTER. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Jesus, May 24, 1834. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. William (1784) 
[of Mears Ashby, Northants.]. [B. Mar. 6, 1814.] School, 
Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1834. Ord. deacon (St Davids) 
1846; priest, 1847; C. of Glas-Cwm, Radnors., 1846-50. R. of 
Witchling (or Wychling), Kent, 1853-81. Married (1) Mary 
Martha Margaret, dau. of James Douglas, of Rhydyfran, 
Cardigans., and had issue; (2) Emma, dau. of James 
Ashenden, and had further issue. Latterly of Sydney Villa, 
Paignton, Devon. Died Feb. 19, 1893. Brother of Henry M. 
(1841) and Septimus (1841). (Uppingham Sch. Roll; Burke, 
L.G.; Crockford.) 
STOCKEN, ARTHUR PERCY. Matric. Non-Coil, from Caven- 
dish H., Michs. 1883. [One of these names was at University 
College School, Hampstead. A dentist. Of 16, Woburn 
Square, London.] (Univ. Coll. Sch. Reg.) 
STOCKENSTROM, ANDRIES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. 8, 1886. Only s. of Andries, Judge, deceased, of 
the Cape of Good Hope (and Maria Henrietta, dau. of Andries 
J. Hartzenberg, of Newlands, Graaff Reinet). B. [Sept. 22, 
1868], at Graafi Reinet. [School, South African College.] 
Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
Mar. 28, 1887. Called to the Bar, Jan. 26, 1891. Member, 
Legislative CouncU, Transvaal and Union of South Africa. 
Chairman, Public Service Commission. Succeeded his uncle. 
Sir Gysbert Henry Stockenstrom, as 3rd Bart., 1912. Mar- 
ried, Dec. 3, 1896, Henrietta Alexandra Mabel, dau. of Johan 
Hendrik Booysen, of Klip Drift, Graafi Reinet, and had 
issue. Died Dec. i, 1922. (Law Lists; Burke, P. and B.; 
Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Who was Who.) 
STOCKER, ALONZO HAROLD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 
1894. S. of Alonzo Henry [M.D.], of Craigweil, Aldwick, near 
Bognor, Sussex. B. Apr. 30, 1876, in London. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1894. Lieut., Sussex I.Y., 1902-6; 
Hampshire Carabiniers- Yeomanry, 1906-18. Of Sevington 
Manor, Alresford, Hants., and Northlands, Chichester. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., Hampshire Yeomanry; 
T.D., 1919). Died June 29, 1946. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Church 
Times, Nov. 15, 1946.) 
STOCKER, GEORGE BERTRAM. Adm. at King's, Oct. 8, 1875- 
S. of James, of Bumham, Bucks., and Guy's Hospital. 
School, Felsted. Matric. Michs. 1875; exhibitioner. Assistant 
Master at Mr Nash's School, Nice, France, 1877-8; at the 
Wick School, Brighton, 1878-80. Founder and Director of 
the Scholastic, Clerical, and Medical Association, Limited, 
1884-1913. Married, June 2, 1887, Alice Mary, eldest dau. 
of Lieut.-Col. Cadman Hodgkinson. Died Oct. 9, 1913, 
aged 57. (Al. Felsted.) 
STOCKER, HARRY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Sept. 15, 1859. 
Did not reside. Doubtless the man of these names who was 
B.A., Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1867. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 
1868; priest, 1869; C. of Kingsclere, Hants., 1868-74. V. of 
Lincohi, New Zealand, 1879-82. V. of St John's, Invercargill, 
1882-1913. Archdeacon of Invercargill, 1884-1913. Married 
and had issue. Died Sept. i, 1922. (Crockford; Who was 
Who.) 
STOCKER, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, Apr. 6, 1782. 
S. of — , farmer, of Godmanchester, Hunts. B. in Hunts. 
Matric. Michs. 1782; Scholar, 1785; B.A. 1786. Ord. deacon 
(Peterb.) Sept. 29, 1786; priest, Aug. 17, 1788. Died Oct. 19, 
1798, at his brother's home at Colnbrook, Bucks., after a few 
days illness. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 496; G. Mag., 1798, 
II. 994.) 
STOCKER, WILLIAM BEST. Adm. pens, at Queens', Apr. 12, 

1826. Of Devon. Matric. Michs. 1826; B.A. 1830. 
STOCKING, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, June 15, 
1813. Of Beds. [Eldest s. of the Rev. William, R. of Tud- 
denham, Suffolk.] School, Bury St Edmunds Grammar. 
Matric. Michs. 1813; Scholar; B.A. 1817. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Nov. 16, 1817. Died, 'after a lingermg LUness,' 
Jan. 17, 1825, aged 28. (Bury St Edmunds Sch. List; G. Mag., 
1825, I. 283, which gives date of death Jan. 7, 1825.) 
STOCKLEY, ALBERT WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H., 
Oct. I, 1891. S. of — [T.], solicitor, of West Town, near 
Bristol. B. Mar. 22, 1871, at Wavertree, Lanes. School, 
Clifton College. Matric. Michs. 1891. Migrated to Corpus 
Christi, Oct. i, 1892; B.A. 1894. Ord. deacon (Gloucester and 
Bristol) 1895; priest, 1896; C. of St James, Cheltenham, 
1895-6. C. of St Paul's, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, 1897-1904. 
C. of Stretton Grandison with Ashperton, Heref., 1905-6. 
V. of Ryarsh, Kent, 1906-27. Lie. to off., dio. of Gloucester, 
1927-36. Died July 7, 1936. at 'Ryarsh,' Cheltenham. 
(Crockford; Clifton Reg.; The Times, July 9, 1936.) 
STOCKS, BENTLEY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Sept. 21, 
1830 S of Michael. B. at HaUfax, Yorks. School, Rich- 
mond, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1831 ; B.A. 1835. A barrister. 
Died June 16 1843. (Warwick's Univ. Reg.) 



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Stocks, Charles Edmund 

STOCKS, CHARLES EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 22, 
1887. S. of Joseph. B. [Dec. 25, 1865], in Manchester. 
School, Manchester Grammar; and at Owens CoUege, Man- 
chester. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890; M.A. 1894. B.D., 
Durham, 1922. Ord. deacon (Bp. Royston, for Liverpool) 
1892; priest (Liverpool) 1893; C. of St Leonard's, Bootle, 
Lanes., 1892-4. C. of North Meols, 1894-8. V. of Widnes. 
1898-1901. V. of St Mark's, Preston, 1901-7. Tutor, C.M.S. 
Prep. Inst., Blackheath, 1907-n. V. of Heme Bay, Kent, 
1911-19. Lie. to off., dio. of Canterbury, 1919-22; dio. of 
Rochester, 1922-3. Inc. of St John's, Downshire Hill, Hamp- 
stead, 1923-30. V. of Felsted, Essex, 1930-4- H- of Barnston, 
1934-9. Lie. to off., dio. of Chelmsford, from i939- Married, 
1899, Emily Josephine, dau. of Thomas Frank Poole. Of 
Harpers, Pleshey, Cheknsford, in 1949. Died Nov. 25, 1950. 
{Peile, u. 734; Crockford; The Times, Dec. i, 1950.) 

STOCKS, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 27, 1842. 
S of William, linen-draper, of Huddersfield (and Jane). B. 
Sept. 25, 1822. School, Manchester Grammar (Mr Germon). 
Matric. Michs. 1842; B.A. 1846; M.A. 1850. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Aug. 15, 1847; priest, Aug. 20, 1848. C. ot 
St Swithin's, and Vice-Master of Kmg's College Grammar 
School, Norwich, 1847-53- Married Miss — Brewer. Dis- 
appears from Clergy List, 1868. Father of George A. (1876) 
and the next. {Manchester Sch. Reg.) 

STOCKS, EDWARD WILLIAM. Adm. scholar at St Catha- 
rine's, Oct. 12, 1874. S. of [the Rev.] Edward (above). B. 
May 27, 1856, at Norwich. School, Clergy Orphan, Canter- 
bury. Matric. Michs. 1874. Athletics 'blue' (long jump), 
1875, 1876. Brother of the next. 

STOCKS, GEORGE ALFRED. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, 
Oct. 5, 1876. S. of the Rev. Edward (1842), deceased. B. 
[Aug. I, 1858], at Eaton, Norfolk. School, Clergy Orphan, 
Canterbury. Matric. Michs. 1876; Scholar; B.A. 1880; M.A. 
1883. Assistant Master at Lancaster Grammar School, 
1880-8. Head Master of Barrow High School, 1889-93; of 
Lancaster Grammar School, 1893-1903; of Blackburn 
Grammar School, 1903-19-. Died May 21, i934> at Shanklm, 
Isle of Wight. Brother of the above. (Clergy Orphan Sch. 
Reg.; Schoolmasters' Directories; The Times, May 23, 1934.) 

STOCKS, JOSEPH HALLILEY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Apr 7, 1856. B. at Hahfax, Yorks. School, Sedbergh. 
Matric. Michs. 1856; B.A. i860. (Sedbergh Sch. Reg.) 

STOCKS, MICHAEL. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 18, 1843. 
S. of Michael, solicitor, of [Upper Shibden HaU], Skircoat, 
Yorks. (and Mary, dau. of John Halliley, of the Manor House, 
Dewsbury, Yorks.). B. [1825], at Skircoat. Bapt. June 24, 
1825. Matric. Michs. 1843. Major, Royal Dragoons; served 
in the Crimea. Of Upper Shibden Hall, Yorks., WoodhaU, 
Downham, Norfolk, and Latherton Wheel, Caithness. J. P. 
and D.L. for Norfolk and Caithness. Married, 1863, Jane 
Mary, dau. of Colin MacEchran, of Oatfield, Argylls. Died in 
1895. Father of the next. (Burke, L.G.) 

STOCKS, MICHAEL. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Magdalene, Oct. 2, 
1884. [Only] s. of Michael (above), of Woodhall, Downham, 
Norfolk. B. Aug. 9, 1864. School, Eton [and Glenalmond]. 
Matric. Michs. 1884. Of Shibden Hall, near Halifax, and 
WoodhaU, Downham Market. J. P. for Norfolk. Married, 
1888, Charlotte Amelia, dau. of Col. Sir Richard George 
Ellison, of Boultham HaU, Lines., and had issue. (Glenalmond 
Reg. ; Eton Sch. Lists ; Burke, L.G. ; Walford, County Families.) 

STOCKS, WILLIAM. Adm. at Queens', May 14, 1855. 'Plus 
annos 24 natus.' A 'Ten-year man.' Doubtless the man of 
these names ord. deacon (Manchester) 1862; priest, 1863; 
C. of Padiham, Lanes., 1862-6; C. of Great Harwood, 1866-8; 
C. of Downham, 1868-82; P.C. of Downham, 1882-93. 
Latterly of Mere, Knutsford. Disappears from Crockford, 
190X. 

STOCKWELL, GEORGE EPHRAIM ST CLAIR. Adm. at 
King's, Oct. i, 1895. [Eldest] s. of George, M.D., of Batley. 
B. July 20, 1876. Schools, Batley Grammar and Dulwich 
CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898; B.Chir. 1902; 
M.B. 1904. At St Mary's Hospital; House Physician there. 
House Physician, Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond 
Street. Practised at Leeds. School Medical Officer for 
Leeds. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Major, W. Yorks. 
Regt. (T.F.) and R.A.M.C.; mentioned in despatches). 
Lieut. -Col., 1925. Married, July 3, 1906, Gertrude 
Frances, 2nd dau. of Thomas Costigan, of Birmingham. Of 
The Grove, Roundhay, Leeds, where he died Mar. 9, 1952. 
(Dulwich Coll. Reg.; Medical Directories; Univ. War List; 
The Times, Mar. 11, 1952.) 



Stoddart, John Lawrence 

STODART, GEORGE EARLE. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct I, 1873. [Only] s. of G. W., Esq., of Kedland, Bristol. 
B Dec 11: 1854. School, Clifton CoUege. Matric. Michs. 
1873; Scholar; B.A. 1877; M.A. 1881. Assistant Master at 
Cheltenham College, 1877; at Lancing, 1879-81- Ord. deacon 
(Chichester) 1880; priest, 1881; C. of St Martin's, Brighton, 
1881-2. C. of St John-the-Baptist, Leamington, 1882-5 
C of St James, Norlands, Notting Hill, 1885-94. V. of 
Laleham, Middlesex, 1894-1905. Chaplain at Trieste, 1905-6; 
at Alassio, Italy, 1907-15- V. of Madmgley, Cambs., I9i5-3i- 
Married, May 4, 1886, Mary Sophia, youngest dau. of C. H. 
Witherington, of Sonning, Berks. Died Oct. 6, 1931. (i-^- 
Walker, 541; Clifton Coll. Reg.; Crockford; The Guardian, 
May 12, 1886; The Times, Oct. 8, 1931.) 
STODDARD, JOHN HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Christ;s. 
Oct 23, 1869. S. of Henry, officer in the Army. B. in India. 
School, Southwark. Matric. Michs. 1869. Kept three terms; 
•returned to India.' Acting Assistant Supermtendent of 
Police, Madras Presidency, 1877; Assistant Superintendent, 
1889. (Peile, II. 612; V. Hodson.) 
STODDART, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Christ's, 
Oct. 13, 1758. S. of the Rev. Charles (1726), V. of ChoUerton, 
Northumberland (and Ann, dau. of Ralph Bates, of HalhweU). 
B at ChoUerton. School, Newcastle. Matric. Easter, 1759; 
Scholar; B.A. 1763; M.A. 1766. Ord. deacon (London) 
Feb 27, 1763; priest (Rochester) Dec. 1767. Master of Ash- 
ford School, Kent, 1778-1812. R. (and V.) of Newchurch, 
Kent, 1785-1812. An intimate friend of WiUiam Paley. 
Married Ann, dau. of the Rev. John Squu-e, of Lavenham, 
Suffolk. Died June 8, 1812, at Ashford, aged 72 ; buried there. 
Father of the next. (Peile, 11. 267; G. Mag., 1812, i. 598, 
which gives died May 29, 1812.) 
STODDART, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Christ's, 
Feb. 17, 1790. S. of the Rev. Charles (above) (and Ann, dau. 
of the Rev. John Squire). B. at Wandsworth, Surrey. School, 
Ashford. Matric. Michs. 1790; Scholar; B.A. 1794; M.A. 
1797. Ord. deacon (Lambeth) Oct. 1796; C. of Newchurch, 
Kent, 1796-1801. R. of Shadoxhurst, 1801-29. V. of North 
Shoebury, Essex, 1806-29. Died Dec. 30, 1829, at Ashford, 
Kent. (Peile, 11. 328; G. Mag., 1829, 11. 647.) 
STODDART, CHARLES JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 24, 1864; re-adm. sizar Oct. 10, 1864. S. of the Rev 
William (1819) (and Rosa). B. at Willington, Derbs. Bapt. 
Aug. 29 1846. Matric. Michs. 1864; B.A. 1868; M.A. 1877. 
Ord. deacon (Bp. Ryan, for Winchester) 1869; pnest (Wm- 
chester) 1870; C. of Hatchford, Surrey, 1869-71. C. of 
Wybunbury, Cheshire, 1871-3. C. of Askham Richard, 
Yorks., 1873-5. C. of Askern, 1888-92. V. of Ottrmgham, 
1894-1904. Died June 12, 1904, aged 58. (Eagle, xxvi. 239, 
which gives date of death June 10; Crockford; The Standard, 
June 16, 1904.) 
STODDART, The Rev. GEORGE HENRY. M.A. 1854- incorp. 
from Oxford. [Eldest s. of Stephen, Esq., of Ipswich.] 
Matric. from Queen's CoUege, Oxford, .\pr. 10, 1821, age 20; 
B.A. (Oxford) 1824; M.A. (Oxford) 1829; 3.D. (Oxford) i860. 
A private tutor at Eton, from 1846. Classical Professor and 
Chaplain at the Cavalry CoUege, Roehampton, Surrey, 
1857-8. Chaplain of the Eastry Union, Kent, 1869-76. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1878. (.41. Oxon.; Clergy List.) 
STODDART, HENRY FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
June 28, 1845. 2nd s. of the Rev. John (181 1), D.D., R. of 
Lowick, Northants. B. Mar. 1, 1826, at Ealing, Middlesex. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1845; B.A. 1849. C. of Islip, 
Northants., 1850-2. Died Mar. 7, 1852, at Lowick. (Clergy 
List; G. Mag., 1852, i. 424.) 

Corpus Christi, 



STODDART, JEREMIAH 

. 5, 1827. Of Cumb 

i; B.A. 1831; M.A. 1843. In Holy Orders. Master of the 



Adm. pen 
Apr. 5, 1827. Of Cumberland. Matric. Michs. 1827; Scholar, 



Grammar School, Heversham, Westmorland, 1844-9. Dis- 
appears from Clergy List, 1850. 

STODDART, JOHN. .A.dm. pens, at Clare, Nov. 21, 1811. 
[Eldest s. of the Rev. John, Master of Northampton Grammar 
School.] B. at Aspley, Beds. Matric. Michs. 1812; B.A. 1816; 
M.A. 1819; D.D. 1836. Fellow, 1817-20. Ord. priest (Peterb.) 
1817; C. of Harlestone, Northants., 1817-19. V. of Pattishall, 
1819-37. R. of New Brentford, Middlesex, 1837-42. R. of 
Lowick, Northants., 1842-55, and R. of Islip, 1843-55. 
Domestic Chaplain to the Duke of Dorset. Died Jan. 4, 1855. 
aged 61, at Lowick. Brother of WiUiam (1819) and Robert W. 
(1829); father of Henry F. (1845). (Northants. Clergy, xill 
75-) 

STODDART, JOHN LAWRENCE. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Downing, Jan. 21, 1823. S. of Lawrence. B. at Fontain- 
bleau, France. School, Edinburgh (Mr A. Carson). Matric. 
Michs. 1823. 



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Stoddart, Robert Wilson 

STODDART, ROBERT WILSON. Adm. pens, (age i8) at Jesus, 
Mar 25 i82g. [5th s. of the Rev. John, Master of North- 
ampton Grammar School, deceased.] B. [July 20, 1810], at 
Northampton. School, Northampton. Matric. Michs. 1829; 
B A 1813; M.A. 1836; B.D. 1873- Ord. deacon (Worcester) 
1833- priest, 1834. V. of Hundon, Suffolk, 1839-79. Residing 
at Suffolk House, Panton Street, Cambridge, in 1895. Died 
July 14, i8g8. Brother of the next and of John (181 1). 
(Crockford.) 
STODDART, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Christ's, 
May 27, 1819. [3rd'' s. of the Rev. John [Master of 
Northampton Grammar School]. B. [Sept. 15, 1802], at 
Northampton. School, Northampton. Matric. Michs. 1819; 
Tancred student; Scholar, 1820; B.A. 1823; M.A. 1826. Ord. 
deacon (Peterb.) 1825; priest, 1826. Assistant Master at 
St Peter's Proprietarv School, Eaton Square, London. 
Second Master of Repton School, 1 838-4 .S. P.C. of Stretton 
Staffs., 1838-43. V. of Willington, Derbs., 1843-55. Head 
Master of Doncaster Grammar School, 1849-62. V. of Arksey, 
Yorks., 1855-65. Author, The Bible Explained. Died 
Sept 23, 1865. Brother of the above and of John (1811); 
father of Charles J. (1864). {Pcile, 11. 3941 Crockford- 
Norihants. Clergy, xii. 75; Clergy List; G. Mag., 1865, 11. 652.) 
STODDART, WILLIAM. Matric. Non-Coil., Michs. 1871; B.A. 

1876; M.A. 1904. 
STOGDON, ABRAHAM HORWILL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Dec. 17, 1834. Matric. Michs. 1835; B.A. 1840; M.A. 1847. 
Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1839; priest, 1840; C. of Walsall, 
18.39-40. V. of St Peter's, WalsaU, 1840-5. Home Secretary, 
London Jews' Society, 1845-9. V. of St John's, Portsea, 
1849-52. R. of Ovington, Hants., 1852-72. V. of Barton 
Stacey, 1872-92. Resided latterly at Dix Field, Exeter 
where he died Apr. 8, 1895, aged 80. Father of John (1864 
and the next. (Crockford; Cambridge Chronicle, Apr. 19, 1895.) 
STOGDON, ARTHUR READ. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Sept 29, 1869. [S. of the Rev. Abraham HorwiU (above), 
R. of Ovington, Hants.] B. June 6, 1850, at Portsea. School, 
Haileybury. Did not reside. Adm. at St Catharine s, Oct. 16, 
1869. Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 1873; M.A. 1877. Ord. 
deacon (Durham) 1873; priest (Bp. Anderson, for Durham) 
1874; C. of WaUsend, 1873-8. C. of St Peter's, North Shields 
1878-81. R. of St James-the-Less, Gateshead, 1881-94. V. of 
St Mark's, Millfield, 1894-1903- V. of Norham-on-Tweed, 
iqo3-8. R. of Chumleigh, Devon, 1908-19. Lived sub- 
sequently at Twyford, Norfolk, where he died Nov. 27, 1921- 
Brother of John (1864). {Haileybury Reg.; Crockford; The 
Times, Nov. 30, 192 1.) 
STOGDON, EDGAR. Adm. at Clare, Mar. 23, 1889. [S. of John 
(1864). B. July 30, 1870.] School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 
1889- Scholar; B.A. 1892; M.A. 1896. Athletics 'blue* (mile), 
1892, 1893. Assistant Master at Harrow, 1894. Ord. deacon 
(Peterb ) 1895 ; priest, 1896. Assistant Master at Uppingham, 
1895-1900; Head Master of Elstree School, 1900-3 ; Assistant 
Master at Harrow, 1903-8. V. of Holy Trinity, Kensington 
(Harrow Mission), 190S-14. V. of Aldenham, Herts., 1914-23- 
V. and Rural Dean of Harrow, 1923-44. Married, 1914, 
Louise Dakymple, dau. of Henry Dundas and Catherine, dau. 
of Baron Napier of Magdala, and had issue. Latterly of 
22, Eastbury Road, Northwood, Middlesex, where he died 
June 30, 1951. Brother of the next and John H. (1895). 
{Book of Blues; Schoolmasters' Directories; Crockford; Who's 
Who; The Times, July 2, 1951.) 
STOGDON, FRANCIS ROE. Adm. at Clare, July 9, 1897. [S. of 
John (next), of Harrow.] School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 
1897; Scholar; B.A. 1901. Studied Modem Languages in 
France, Germany and Austria. Assistant Master at Brandon 
House School, Cheltenham, for two years; at Bromsgrove 
School for two years; at Winchester College, 1905; at King 
Edward's School, Birmingham, 1910-18. Died Mar. 31, 1918. 
Brother of John H. (1895) and Edgar (above). {Harrow Sch. 
Reg. ; Winchester Coll. Reg. ; Schoolmasters' Directories.) 
STOGDON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Clare, Oct. 17, 1864. [S. of 
the Rev. Abraham Horwill (1834), R. of Ovington, Hants. 
B Aug 1843. Schools, Uppingham and .-Mdenham, and in 
Germanv.] Matric. Michs. 1864; B.A. {6th Classic) 1868; 
M.A. 1871. Fellow, 1869. Assistant Master at Haileybury 
for two terms; at Harrow, 1869-1903 (Senior Master, 1880). 
Married, Tuly 29, 1869, Ellen, youngest dau. of William 
Champion, of Bridge House, Worksop, Notts. A contributor 
to the Alpine Journal. Died Nov. 19, 1919, at Harrow. 
Brother of Arthur R. (1869); father of the next, of Edgar 
(1889) and Francis R. (1897)- {Harrow Sch. Reg. ; Uppingham 
Sch. Roll; Schoolmasters' Directories; The Times, Nov. 21, 
1919.) 
STOGDON, JOHN HUBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. i, 
1895 [2nd] s. of John (above), of West Acre, Harrow. B. 
Apr 25 1876, at Harrow. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 



Stokes, Charles Albert 

1895. Cricket 'blue,' 1897, 1898, 1899; played for Middlesex, 
1899 and 1904. On the London Stock Exchange. One of the 
compilers of the Harrow School Register. Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (air-mechanic, R.A.F.). Married, Nov. 4, 1909, 
Winifred Gwenllian Powell Moore. Sometime of Wyndham 
Lodge, Harrow-on-the-Hill. Died Dec. 17, 1944, at Pinner. 
Brother of Francis R. (1897) and Edgar (1889). {Harrow Sch. 
Reg.; Book of Blues; Univ. War List; The Times, Dec. 19, 
1944.) 

STOKES, ADRIAN. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1893. 3rd s. of 
Henry, general merchant, of 33, Catherine Street, Liverpool. 
B. Jan. 21, 1875, at Dawpool, Cheshire. School, Rossall. 
Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896. Ord. deacon (Liverpool) 
1898; priest, 1900; C. of St Thomas's, Eccleston, Lanes., 
1898-1902. Missionary (St Andrew's Bush Brotherhood) 
at Longreach, Rockhampton, Queensland, 1902-6. V. of 
Blackall, Queensland, 1906-g. C. of St Paul's Cathedral 
Church, Rockhampton, 1909-14. R. of YankaUUa, South 
Australia, 1914-22. Missionary at Enlield with Isl. and 
Chicago, 1922-6. R. of Acton Bumell with Pitchford, Salop, 
1926-48. Of Aston Clinton, Bucks., in 1952. Brother of 
Cosby H. (1899). {Crockford; Who's Who.) 

STOKES, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Apr. 25, 
1863. 4th s. of [John, Esq., deceased, and] Hester Maria, of 
2, Holywood Terrace, Great Malvern. [B. Feb. 23, 1845.] 
School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 1863; Scholar, 
1864; B.A. 1867; M.A. 1870. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1867; priest, 
1868; C. of St Mary-the-Less, Cambridge, 1868-9. Head 
Master of Mussoorie School, Lucknow, 1869-99. Married, 
June 3, 1869, Ellen Elizabeth, youngest dau. of Samuel J. 
Bayfield, of Southwark. Latterly of 10, Canfield Gardens, 
London, N.W., where he died Jan. 30, 1920. Father of the 
next. {Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Crockford; The Times, 
Feb. 3, 1920.) 
STOKES, ARTHUR BARNARD. Adm. a scholar at Queens', 
Oct. 1893. [2nd] s. of [the Rev.] Arthur (above). B. 
Mar. 22, 1874, at Mussoorie, North-West Provinces, India. 
School, St John's, Leatherhead. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 
1896; M.A. 1902. Assistant Master at Mussoorie School, 
1897-1901; at La Martiniere, Calcutta, 1901-7; at the Boys' 
High School, Allahabad, 1907-18. Warden of the Anglo- 
Indian Hostel, 1913-18; at War School, Naini Tal, 1919-20; 
at King's College School, Wimbledon, 1921; at Boriase 
School, Marlow, 1921-6. House Master at the Perse School, 
Cambridge, 1926-31. Residing at Cambridge in 1952. 
{St John's Sch., Leatherhead, Reg.) 
STOKES, ARTHUR ROMNEY. .\dm. at King's, Oct. 15, i877- 
[Eldest s. of George Gabriel (1837) (and Mary S., dau. of 
the Rev. T. Romney Robinson).] [B. Sept. 27, 1858. School, 
Charterhouse.] Matric. Michs. 1877; exhibitioner; B.A. 1881; 
M.A. 1885. Assistant Piaster at Hereford Cathedral School, 
1884-8; at Shrewsbury, 1889-1916. Succeeded his father as 
2nd Bart., Feb. i, 1903. Married, Apr. 7, 1897, Mary 
Winifred, eldest dau. of Hubert Garbett, I.C.S., M.I.C.E. 
(sometime superintending engineer of the Punjab), of Castle- 
town, Isle of Man. Of Kingsland, Shrewsbury. Died there, 
s.p.m., June 12, 1916, when the Baronetcy became extinct. 
Brother of William. G. G. (1881). {Schoolmasters' Directories; 
D.N.B. {sub his father); The Times, June 15, 1916.) 

STOKES, AUGUSTUS SIDNEY. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
July 24, 1868. S. of Charles (and Mary EUzabeth). B. Dec. 2, 
1846, in Bermondsey. Bapt. Mar. 21, 1847. [Had spent 
two years in Coutts' bank.] Matric. Michs. 1868; (Moral Sci. 
Trip., ist Class, 1871); Cams prize, 1871; B.A. 1872; M.A. 
1878. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1872; priest {do), 1873; C. of 
St John's, Kidderminster, 1872-5- C. of St Anne's, Soho, 
London, 1875. C. of St Lawence Jewry, 1876-7. Diocesan 
Inspector, Ely, 1877-96. Hon. Canon of Ely, 1891-1922. 
V. of Elm, Cambs., 1896-1920. Rural Dean of Wisbech, 
1916-20. Married, 1879, Alice, dau. of John Hill, of Wom- 
boum, Staffs. Latterly of 87, Cheriton Road, Folkestone, 
where he died Sept. 24, 1922. Father of John L. (1899). 
{Eagle, XLiv. 102; Crockford; Who was Who; The Times, 
Sept. 27, 1922.) 
STOKES, CHARLES ALBERT. .\dm. pens, at Clare, June 12, 
1868. [S. of John (and Hester Maria). B. 1849. School, 
Christ's Hospital.] Matric. Michs. 1868; B.A. {nth Wrangler) 
1S72; M.A. 1875. Fellow, 1872-89. Assistant Master at 
Trinity CoUege, Eastbourne, 1874; at Christ's Hospital, 
1875-6. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1876; priest (Salisbury) 1877; 
C. of Tisbury, Wilts., 1876-8. C. of Upper Tootmg, 1879-82. 
V. of Warmfield (or Kirkthorpe), Yorks., 1882-9. R. of Great 
Waldingfield, Suffolk, 1889-1919- Married, Fanny Ridley, 
2nd dau. of H. R. Ellington, of Blackheath. Resided latterly 
at Bexhill, where he died July 3, 1930; buried at Waldmg- 
field. {Christ's Hospital Exhibitioners; Scott, MSS.; Crock- 
ford; The Times, July 7, 1930.) 



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STOKES, CHARLES ELRINGTON. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
Oct. II, 1880. 3rd s. of the Rev. Thomas Gabriel (1846), of 
Aughnacloy, Co. TjTone. B. June 30, 1861, at Raphoe, Co. 
DonegaL School, Blundell's, Tiverton (Mr Francis). Matric. 
Michs. 1880; B.A. 1884. Subsequently at Trinity College, 
Dublin; M.B., B.Chir., 1892; M.D. 1893. Resident Surgeon 
at Meath Hospital; Clinical Assistant at Coombe Hospital. 
Of Chard, Somerset, in 1900. Practised at Exeter, 1910-40. 
Married. Died Feb. 8, 1940, at Exeter. Brother of William F. 
(1877). {Medical Directories; The Times, Feb. 12, 1940.) 

STOKES, CHARLES SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Nov. 14, 1836. S. of Charles Scott [solicitor, of Streatham 
Common]. B. in London. School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 
1837. Joined the Roman Catholic Church. Brother of Scott 
N. (1840). {St Paul's Sch. Reg.) 

STOKES, COSBY HUDLESTON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 29, 1899. [Youngest] s. of Henry, merchant, of Liver- 
pool [and Sydney Elizabeth Morgan]. B. May i, 1881, in 
Liverpool. School, Rossall. Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902; 
M.A. 1910. Ord. deacon (Durham) 1904; priest, 1905; C. of 
St Andrew with St Anne's, Bishop Auckland, 1904-8. C. of 
Taunton, Somerset, 1908-11. C. of Stoke Poges, Bucks., 
1911-14. C. of Boxmoor, Herts., 1914-15. R. of Wexham, 
Bucks., 1915-19. R. of Kyimersley and Preston Weald- 
moors, Salop, 1919-30. R. of Epworth, Lines., 1930-2. Died 
Oct. 13, 1932. Brother of Adrian (1893). {Rossall Reg.; 
Eagle, xLvii. 190; Crockford; The Times, Oct. 18, 1932-) 

STOKES, DANIEL. Adm. pens, (age 23) at St John's, July 6, 
1826. S. of Daniel, of Birmingham. School, Birmingham. 
Matric. Michs. 1826. 

STOKES, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 22, 1835- 
Of Gloucs. Matric. Michs. 1835; Scholar, 1836. 

STOKES, FRANCIS HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Jesus, 
Oct. I, 1877. S. of the Rev. William Henry. B. at Brighton. 
School, Wellington CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1882; 
M.A. 1889. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1884; priest, 1885; C. of 
Snodland, Kent, 1884-7. C. of St Andrew's, Bethnal Green, 
1887-90. C. of Belvedere, Kent, 1890-3. C. of Dartford, 
1893-7. Missionary at St Saviour's Collegiate Church, South- 
wark, 1897-1900. V. of Rotherfield Greys, Oxon., 1900-12. 
Lie. Pr., dio. of Oxford, from 1912. Latterly of Maidenhead. 
Died May 13, 1945 ; buried at Henley-on-Thames. {Crockford; 
The Times, May 16, I945-) 

STOKES, FREDERICK FRANK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1899. S. of Frederick, of Coney Weston Hall, 
Sufiolk. B. Nov. 17, 1880, at Blackheath, Kent. School, 
Rickinghall, Suffolk (private). Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 
1902. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Private, Hampshire 
Regt.; Lieut., Cambs. Regt.). (Univ. War List.) 

STOKES, FREDERICK WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
July 25, 1898. S. of Charles Thomas [Assistant Keeper at 
the Victoria and Albert Museum]. B. [Aug. 19, 1879], at 
Cranbrook, Kent. School, Queen Elizabeth's Grammar, 
Cranbrook. Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901. Assistant 
Master at Inverness College, 1901-3; at St Cuthbert's prep. 
School, Great Malvern, 1903. Joined the staff of the Victoria 
and Albert Museum, 1903. Died Jan. 9, 1938, at Sutton, 
Surrey. (Peile, 11. 826; Schoolmasters' Directories; The Times, 
Jan. II, 1938.) 

STOKES, GABRIEL. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, 
Sept. 26, 1868. Eldest s. of the Rev. Henry George (Trinity 
College, Dublin, 1822). B. at Ardcolm, Wexford. School, 
Blundell's, Tiverton. Matric. Michs. 1868; B.A. 1872. Ord. 
deacon (Gloucester and Bristol) 1873; priest, 1874; C. of 
Ashton Keynes, Wilts., 1873-8. C. of Petham with Waltham, 
Kent, 1878-1900. V. of Wymynswold, 1900-26. Died Nov. 25, 
1926, at Dover. (Blundell's Sch. Reg.; H. Hodson; Crockford; 
The Guardian, Dec. 3, 1926.) 

STOKES, GABRIEL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 24, 1870. 
S. of Hudleston, of Tiverton, Devon. B. Sept. 4, 1851, at 
Ootacamund, India. Schools, Repton and Blundell's, 
Tiverton. Matric. Michs. 1870; B.A. 1874; M.A. 1877. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) 1874; priest, 1875; C. of St Mary's, Bury 
St Edmunds, 1874-82. C. of Biggleswade, Beds., 1882^. 
C. of Eynesbury, Hunts., 1883-9. C. of Batsford with 
Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucs., 1890-7. Accidentally drowned, 
Aug. 14, 1897, in Lodore Falls, Cumberland, while on holiday. 
(Blundell's Sch. Reg.; Repton Sch. Reg.; Crockford; The 
Times, Aug. 16, 1897; Penrith Observer, Aug. 17, 1897.) 

STOKES, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 13, 1806. 
[S. of G., Esq., of Old Swinford, Worcs.] Migrated to Trinity 
Hall, Oct. 15, 1806. Matric. Michs. 1806; LL.B. 1812. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) May 24, 1818; priest, Nov. 29, 1819; C. of 
St Margaret's, Westminster, 1819-25. C. of St Saviour's and 
St Augustine's, Liverpool, 1841-3. Chaplain to the British 
residents at Rouen, 1844-7. Chaplain to Wolverhampton 



Stokes, Henry Paine 

Union, 1848-58. V. of Taunton, Somerset, 1858-60. Author, 
Syllahuses on Modern and English History. Died Sept. 5, 
i860, aged 73; buried at Northleigh. (Crockford; 0. Mag., 
i860, 11.438; W. WUkin.) 

STOKES, GEORGE. Adm. sizar at Queens', Jan. 28, 1825. 
'Plus annos 24 natus.' A 'Ten-year man.' Matric. Michs. 
1835. Of Hereford Lodge, Old Brompton, London, 1856-8; 
called 'B.D.' Minister of Thurloe Chapel, Brompton, 1859. 
P.C. of Hope, Hanley, Staffs., 1864-81. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1882. (Clergy List.) 

STOKES, GEORGE FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 16, 1865. S. of Joseph George, gent, (and Anne). B. 
Sept. 23, 1846, at Hoddesdon, Herts. Bapt. Apr. 28, 1847. 
Matric. Michs. 1865; B.A. 1870. 

STOKES, GEORGE GABRIEL. Adm. pens, (age i8) at Pem- 
broke, July 7, 1837. 4th s. of the Rev. Gabriel, R. of Skreen, 
SUgo, Ireland (and Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. John 
Haughton, R. of Kilrea, Derry). B. [Aug. 13, 1819], at 
Skreen. [School, Dr Watt's, Dublin.] Matric. Michs. 1837; 
Scholar; B.A. (Senior Wrangler and ist Smith's prize) 1841 ; 
M.A. 1844. Fellow, 1841-57 and 1869-1902; Master, 1902-3. 
Hon. LL.D. 1888; Hon. Sc.D. 1888. Lucasian Professor, 1849- 
1903. Kede Lecturer, 1889. Adm. ad eundem at Oxford, 1853. 
Hon. D.C.L., Oxford, 1855; Hon. LL.D., Dublin, Edinburgh, 
Glasgow; and Aberdeen, 1888. President of the Philosophical 
Society, 1859. M.P. for the University, 1887-^1. Created 
Baronet, 1889. Pioneer in discovery and development of 
spectrum analysis. F.R.S., 1852; Secretary, 1859-85; Presi- 
dent, 1885-90; Copley medal, 1893. 'The first man since 
Isaac Newton who has combined in his own person the three 
offices of M.P. for the University, Lucasian Professor of 
Mathematics and President of the Royal Society.' A pioneer 
in Cambridge in use of a typewriter. Married, July 4>.i857, 
Mary Susanna, dau. of the Rev. Thomas Romney Robinson, 
D.D., F.R.S., of the Observatory, Annagh. Author, Mathe- 
matical and Physical Papers, etc. Died Feb. I, 1903. Brother 
of William H. (1824) ; father of Arthur R. (1877) and William 
G. G. (1881). (Burke, P. and B.; D.N.B.; Who was Who; 
Church Bells Portrait Gallery, 32.) 

STOKES, HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 18, 1867. 
[Eldest] s. of Henry Graham, proctor [of St John's Park, 
Blackheath] (and Elizabeth). B. [Nov. 17, 1848], at Green- 
wich. Bapt. Dec. 20, 1848. [School, Rugby.] Matric. Michs. 
1867. One of the original members of the Blackheath R.F.C.; 
both his brothers were Internationals, and he appeared in 
international trials, .-^dm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 6, 1870. 
Called to the Bar, Apr. 30, 1873. On the South-Eastem 
Circuit. Assistant Registrar of the Admiralty Division, 
1904-39. Married, Aug. 3, 1875, Harriet, 2nd dau. of William 
Henry Sewell, of Loughton, Essex. Died Oct. 16, 1944, at 
Lewisham. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; Foster, Men at the 
Bar, The Times, Oct. 19, 1944-) 

STOKES, HENRY CORTLANDT. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. I, 1884. Eldest s. of the Rev. Hudleston (1850), 
V. of Wall, near Lichfield (and Emily Isabella, dau. of Cort- 
landt G. M. Skinner). [B. Feb. 5, 1865, at Carisbrooke, Isle 
of Wight. School, Aldenham.] Matric. Michs. 1884; Scholar; 
B.A. 1887; M.A. 1891. Ord. deacon (Guildford) 1889; priest 
(Winchester) 1890; C. of Bramshott, Hants., 1889-1900. C. 
of Frimley, Surrey, 1902-5. V. of Mattingley, Hants., 1905-12. 
C. of Brading with Yaverland, Isle of Wight, 1921-45. Mar- 
ried, 1902, Margaret Alice, dau. of John Alfred Hind, barrister. 
Latterly of Sandown, Isle of Wight, where he died Nov. 5, 
1949. {Crockford; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families.) 

STOKES, HENRY JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at St John's, 
June 22, 1839. S. of Henry, of Bole Hall, Warws. B. Mar. 2, 
1820. School, King William's College, Isle of Man. Matric. 
Michs. 1839; B.A. 1844. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1844; priest, 
1845; P.C. of Little Eaton, Derbs., 1844-7. R. of Grindon, 
Staffs., 1847-73. Married Elizabeth Sleigh. Died in 1873. 
Brother of Hudleston (1850). (King William's Coll. Reg.; 
Clergy List; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; P. E. Towell.) 

STOKES, HENRY PAINE. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Tan. 24, 1872. Of Canterbury. [2nd s. of the Rev. John, 
deceased. B. May 17, 1849, at Margate. School, British Orphan, 
Slough.] Matric. Lent, 1872; Scholar; B.A. 1875; Harness 
prize, 1877; M.A. and LL.M. 1878; LL.D. 1897; Litt.D. 1917. 
Hon. Fellow, 1912. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1875; priest, 1876; 
Chaplain of Corpus Christi, 1875-6. C. of St Paul's, Cam- 
bridge, 1875-6. C. of Wyddial, Herts., 1876-81. C. of 
St James's, Bristol, 1881-2. C. of St James's, Wolver- 
hampton, 1882-91. V. of St Paul's, Cambridge, 1891-1917. 
Hon. Canon of Ely, 1917. R. of Little Wilbraham, Cambs., 
1917-31. Rural Dean of Quy, 1922-7. F.S.A., igii. Presi- 
dent of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 1 909-11. 
President of the Jewish Historical Society, 1914-16; edited 
(in collaboration with Dr Israel Abrahams) Starrs and Jewish 



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Charters preserved in the British Museum. An authority and 
wTiter on the antiquities of the town and University. Married 
Jan. 23, 1894, Sophie Emmeline, 3rd dau. of C. B. Mander, 
of Wolverhampton. Author, History of Corpus Christi 
College; Esquire Bedells; Studies in Anglo- Jewish History; 
The Chaplains and the Chapel of the University of Cambridge; 
The Chronological Order of Shakespeare's Plays, etc. Died 
June 16, 1931. Brother of Louis (1876). (Crockford; The 
Times, June 17, 1931; Cambridge Review, Oct. 23, 1931.) 

STOKES, HUDLESTON. Adm. pens, at Caius, July i, 1850. 
S. of Henry, Esq. [of Bole Hall, near Tamworth]. B. there, 
Aug. 27, 1831. Schools, Ashbourne and Aldenham. Matric. 
Michs. 1850; Scholar; B.A. 1854; M.A. 1870. Ord. deacon 
(Winchester) 1854; priest, 1856; C. of Freshwater, Isle of 
Wight, 1854-6. C. of Brantry, Co. Tyrone, 1856-61. C. of 
Bembridge, Isle of Wight, 1861-71. V. of Newtown, Newport, 
1871-8. V. of Wall, Staffs., 1878-88. Rural Dean of Lichfield, 
1886-8. V. of St Giles, Shrewsbury, 1888-94. R. of Stapleton, 
Salop, 1894-1902. Lived latterly at Crowthome, Berkshire, 
where he died Aug. 20, 1904. Father of Henry C. {1884); 
brother of Henry J. (1839). {Alde>iliam Sch. Reg.; Venn, 11. 
297; Crockford; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Armagh 
Clergy; The Times, Aug. 23, 1904.) 

STOKES, JOHN LAURENCE. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1899. 
Eldest s. of the Rev. Augustus Sidney (1868), V. of Elm, 
Cambs. B. Jan. 2, 1881, at Garden Walk, New Chesterton, 
Cambridge. Schools, Perse, Cambridge, and Charterhouse. 
Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. (Class. Trip., Pt I, jst Class) 1902; 
M.A. 1928. Student at the British School at Athens, 1903-4. 
On Messrs Blackie and Son's editorial stag, 1905. Librarian 
at Charterhouse School, 1905-47. Died there, Sept. 10, 1948. 
Benefactor to Pembroke. (Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; 
The Times, Sept. 13, 1948.) 

STOKES, JOHN WHITLEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity. Nov. 12, 
1864. S. of Josiah, of The Brook, Liverpool. B. Aug. 9, 1846, 
at West Derby, Lanes. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 
1865; B.A. 1869. Of Eye Cottage, Leominster. Married, 

1879, Mary Beach, 5th dau. of Joseph Coates. Died May 6, 
1907. Father of the next. {Shreu<sbury Sch. Reg.; Fox-Davies, 
Armorial Families.) 

STOKES, JOSIAH. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 17, 1900. 
S. of John Whitley (above), of Leominster, Heref. (and Mary. 
Beach Coates). B. June 7, 1881, at Llanfechain, Montgomery. 
School, Leominster, Heref. Matric. Michs. 1901; B.A. 1905. 
Died Apr. 25, 1943. 

STOKES, LOUIS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Sept. 30, 1876. 
Of Canterbury. [S. of the Rev. John.] B. Jtme 17, 1852, at 
Margate. School, The CoUege, Torquay. Matric. Michs. 1876; 
Scholar, 1879; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1883. Ord. deacon (St Albans) 
1879; priest, 1880; C. of Buckland, Herts., 1879-82. Diocesan 
Inspector of Schools, London, 1882. C. (and Lady Campden 
Lecturer) of St LawTence Jewry, 1883-6. Married, Jan. 5, 

1880, Dora, youngest dau. of E. Edmonds, of Richmond, 
Surrey. Joint Editor (with Deans Stanley and Pero%vne), 
The Letters of Bishop Thirlwall. Latterly of Richmond, 
Surrey, where he died May 23, i886. Brother of Henry P. 
(1872). (Crockford; The Guardian, June 2, 18S6.) 

STOKES, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 4, 1864. 
S. of Tames, merchant (and Lydia). B. Aug. 5, 1845, at 
Brampton, Hunts. Matric. Michs. 1864; B.A. 1868; M.A. 
1883. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1869; priest, 1870; C. of Landbeach, 
Cambs., 1869-71. C. of Bamack, Northants., 1871-3. C. of 
Monks-Kirby, Warvvs., 1873-8. P.C. of SeUy HiU, Bir- 
mingham, 1879-89. V. of Middlezoy, Somerset, 1889-1902. 
R. of Famham, Dorset, 1905-15. Married, Aug. 16, 1887, 
Lucy Clara, only dau. of James Sawyer, of Carlisle and sister 
of Sir James Sawyer, M.D., of Edgbaston. Died Jan. 28, 
1915, at Bath. [Eagle, xxxvi, 274; Crockford; The Guardian, 
Feb. 4, 1915.) 

STOKES, SCOTT NASYMTH. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Apr. 27, 1840. [3rd] s. of Charles Scott [solicitor, of 
Streatham. B. Apr. 6, 1821, in London. School, St Paul's. 
Matric. Michs. 1840; B..A.. 1844. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Jan. 10, 1849. Called to the Bar, Jan. 30, 1852. Inspector of 
Schools. 1853-71; Senior Inspector, 1871. Member of the 
Royal Commission on Priman,' Education in Ireland, 1868-80. 
Died Auk. i, 1891, in London. Brother of Charles S. (1836). 
{St Paul's Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; Foster. Men at the Bar; 
Boase, iii. 767.) 

STOKES, THOMAS GABRIEL. Adm. pens, at Caius, July 6, 
1846. S. of the Ven. John Whitley, Archdeacon of Armagh. 
B. [May 24], 1828, at Ferns, Ireland. Schools, Ireland and 
private. Matric. Michs. 1846; B.A. 1850; ^l..\. 1853. Ord. 
deacon (Armagh) 1851; priest, 1852; C. of Derryloran, Co. 
Tyrone, 1851-4. C.of Camteel, 1854-83; R. there, 1883-1909. 
Preb. of Armagh, 1886-94; Chancellor of Armagh, iqoo-^; 
Treasurer of Armagh cathedral, 1894-1900. Married Sophia, 



Stollard, James Samuel 

dau. of William Fenwick, of Convoy, Raphoe. He was an 
excellent amateur printer and invented the caustic method of 
dishorning cattle, .\uthor. The Book of Daniel, etc. Died 
May 19, igii, at Auhnacloy, Co. Tyrone. Father of Charles 
E. (1880) and William F. (1877). {Venn, 11. 277; Crockford; 
Armagh Clergy.) 
STOKES, WALTER. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 8, 1876. 
S. of John, schoolmaster (and Elizabeth). B. June 28, 1847, 
at 'Slupston,' Dudley, Worcs. Bapt. Aug. 29, 1847. Mus.Bac. 
i878;Mus.D. 1882. Composerof a large number of songs, etc., 
some of which became very well knowTi. Was intended for 
the scholastic profession, and after being a pupil teacher 
obtained a scholarship at Saltley College, Birmingham, and 
held positions in schools in London and Birmingham. After 
his parents had died, he became possessed of means, but his 
personal appearance continued to be very neglected, and he 
was always regarded as a poor man. Left an estate vadued 
at more than ((^31,000 which, after the payment of a few 
small legacies, he bequeathed to the Royal Academy of 
Music, for the foundation of several scholarships. Died 
Nov. 25, 1916. {Brown and StraUon, 397; The Musical Times, 
Lviii. 68 and 423.) 
STOKES, WHITLEY. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1885. S. of H. E., 
Esq., of Kenmare, Ireland. B. Dec. i, 1867. School, Clifton 
CoUege. Matric. Lent, 1886. M.B., London, 1894; M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P., 1892. Medical Officer, Transvaal goldmining 
estates, in 1900. Lived at Pilgrims' Rest, Lydenburg, Trans- 
vaal. Died in 1908. {Clifton Coll. Reg.; Medical Directories.) 
STOKES, WILLIAM. Hon. LL.D. 1874. [2nd s. of William, 
M.D. (for whom see D.N.B.), Regius Professor of Medicine 
at Trinity CoUege, Dublin. B. Mar. 10, 1839, in DubUn.] 
Educated at Trinity CoUege, Dublin; B.A. 1859; M.B., 
M.D. and M.Chir., 1863. F.R.C.S., 1874- Professor of Sur- 
gery, Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland, 1872; President, 
1886-7. President of the Pathological Society, 1881. 
Knighted, 1886. Married EUzabeth, eldest dau. of the Rev. 
J. L. Moore, D.D., Vice-Provost of Trinity CoUege, Dublin. 
.■\uthor, William Stokes, his Life and Works, etc. Died 
Aug. 18, igoo, at Pietermaritzburg, Natal. {Whou'os Who.) 
STOKES, WILLIAM FENWICK. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 11, 
1877. 2nd s. of the Rev. Thomas Gabriel (1846), of .'^ughna- 
cloy, Co. Tyrone. B. Aug. 27, 1859. School, BlundeU's, 
Tiverton. Matric. Michs. 1877; Scholar; B.A. (?,th Wrangler) 
1881; M.A. 1884. Fellow, 1881-7. Ord. deacon (Kilmore, 
for Armagh) 1884; priest (Down, for .Armagh) 1885; C. of 
Derryloran, Co. Tyrone, 1884-7. R. of Clonoe, 1887-8; R. of 
Cloghemey, 1888-9. Assistant Master at Friars' School, 
Bangor, for one year; at BlundeU's School, Tiverton, for 
one year; at Rugby School, 1889-1920. R. of Gayton, 
Northants., 1920-33. Married, Dec. 27, igoo, Caroline Olga, 
2nd dau. of WiUiam Sargent. Latterly of Princes Risborough 
where he died Jan. i, 1945. Brother of Charles E. (1880). 
{Schoolmasters' Directories; Crockford; Armagh Clergy; Fox- 
Davies, Armorial Families; The Times, Jan. 4, 1945.) 
STOKES, WILLIAM GEORGE GABRIEL. Adm. pens, (age 20) 
at Pembroke, Oct. 6, 1881. S. of Professor George Gabriel 
(1837). B. [Feb. 9, 1863], at Cambridge. [School, Marl- 
borough CoUege.] Matric. Michs. 1881; Scholar, 1882; B.A. 
(Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1884; M.B. and B.Chir. i8go; 
M.A. 1892. At St Thomas's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 
1889. Died, unmarried, Aug. 26, i8g3, at Coundon, Warws. 
Brother of Arthur R. (1877). {Marlborough Coll. Reg.; 
Medical Directories; Burke, P. and B.) 
STOKES, WILLIAM HAUGHTON. Adm. pens, at Caius, 
Oct. 19, 1824; from Trinity CoUege, Dublin, where he had 
been adm. (age 17) July 5, 1819. S. of the Rev. Gabriel, 
R. of Skreen, Co. Sligo. B. in Dublin. School, Eimiskillen. 
Matric. Michs. 1824; B.A. {i(>th Wrangler) 1828; M.A. 1831. 
FeUow, 1828-53; Dean, 1836-45. Senior Proctor, 1848-9. Adm. 
ad eundem at Oxford, 1847. Chaplain of Sherbum Hospital, 
Durham, 1844-52. R. of Denver, Norfolk, 1852-84. Died 
May 24, 1884, aged 81. Brother of George G. (1837). {Al. 
Dubl.; Al. Oxon.; Clergy List; Crockford; Venn, 11. 194; The 
Guardian, May 28, 1884.) 
STOKES, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. at Pembroke. Oct. 1893. 
Eldest s. of Whitley (B.A., Trinity College, Dublin, 1852), 
LL.D., barrister-at-law, of 15, Grenville Place, London. S.W. 
B. May 28, 1874, at Simla. School, Haileybury. Matric. 
Michs. 1893; B.A. 1897. 'Went abroad and had a ranch.' 
(Rev. Adrian Stokes.) 
STOKOE, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Jan. 25, 1878; 

Mus.Bac. 1882. 
STOLLARD, JAMES SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 
1871. [S. of Tames, schoolmaster, of Clay Cross, Derbs. 
School, Derby."] Matric. Michs. 1871; B.A. (i&th Wrangler) 
1875; MA. 1880. Assistant Master at Wakefield Grammar 
School from 1876. {Derby Sch. Reg.) 



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Stolterforth, Charles Alfred 

STOLTERFORTH, CHARLES ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
June 23, 1855. S. of Sigismund, physician. B. May 21, 183a, 
at Dover. School, Canterbury. Matric. Michs. 1855 ; f cnolar 
1857; B.A. 1859; M.A. 1863. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1863; 
priest, 1864; C. of St Simon and St Jude, Manchester 1863-5. 
C. of Withington, Lanes., 1865-8. C. of Wihnslow, Cheshire, 
1868-74. V. of Kainow, 1874-90- V. of Wybunbury, 1890- 
1900. Died m Feb. 1900. Father of the next; brother of 
Henry (1855). {Peile, 11. 543; Crockford.) 
STOLTERFORTH, GEORGE HERBERT. Adm. pens, at 
Christ's, June 8, 1897. S. of the Rev. Charles Alfred (above), 
V. of Wybunbury, Cheshire. B. [Nov. 16, 1878], at Ramow, 
Cheshire. School, RossaU. Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900. 
Adm. SoUcitor, 1904; practised in London, 1904-9; in Liver- 
pool, 1909-11; in Australia, 1911-12. Assistant Master at 
Kings' School, Ely, 1913- Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Lieut., Cheshire Regt., and M.G.C.; wounded). Latterly of 
Grey Friars, Chester. {RossaU Reg.; Peile, 11. 816; Umv. 
War List; Schoolmasters' Directories; Law Lists.) 
STOLTERFORTH, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 27, i855- 
S. of Sigismund, M.D., of Chester. B. Sept. 26, 1836, at 
Dover. School, King's, Canterbury. Matric. Michs. 1855; 
B.A. 1859; M.A. 1864. M.D., Edin., 1868. Practised at 
Chester. Physician, Chester general infirmary. Of Grey 
Friars, Chester. J. P. for Cheshire. Died Oct. 3- i907- Brother 
of Charles A. (1855). {Venti, 11. 326; Medical Directories.) 
STOMM, WILLIAM JOHN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 23, 
1885. Count of the Austrian Empire. S. of Count Ivan. 
B [Apr, 28, 1866], at Gran, Hungary. Schools, private and 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1885. Migrated to Downmg, 
Jan 20 1886. Became a naturalised British subject, 1893. 
Lieut., 4th Batt., East Surrey Regt. (T.A.), 1898; Capt., 
4th Batt., Liverpool Regt.; ist Class Army Interpreter m 
French. Served in the South African War as Personal 
Assistant to Col. Stacpole, Chief Embarcation Stafi Officer 
at Southampton. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Staff, 
Mersey Defences, 1914-15; embarcation, 1915-16; Russian 
Government Committee, 1916-17; Ministry of Mumtions, 
1917-20). Of Grove Hill, Harrow-on-the-Hill. Died Aug. 8, 
1939. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Peile, 11. 7i5; Army Lists.) 
STONE, ARTHUR. Adm. at King's, Oct. 2, 1896. [2nd s. of 
Edward, of Lansdowne Place, Blackheath.] B. June 27, 
1877. School, Clifton CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 
1899; M.A. 1903. Played footbaU for Kent. A weU-known 
rifle shot. Adm. Solicitor, 1903 ; practised in London. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut.-Col., i6th Lanes. Fus.; 
mentioned in despatches twice, 1918; D.S.O., 1918); killed 
in action, Oct. 2, 1918. [Clifton Coll. Reg.; Law Lists; Univ. 
War List; The V.C. and D.S.O.) 
STONE, ARTHUR WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 12, 
1885. S. of William Henry (1853). of Lea Park, GodaUning, 
Surrey B. Feb. 5, 1866, at Godahning. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1885. Of Tedworth Gardens, Chelsea. {Harrow 
ScZ. Reg.) 
STONE, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 6, 1843. 
S of Job, farmer, of Wooton-Underwood, Bucks, (and 
Elizabeth). B. at Wooton. Bapt. Feb. 2, 1823. Matnc. 
Michs. 1843; B.A. 1847. Died Feb. 20, 1847, in WeUclose 
Square, London. (G. Mag., 1847, i. 449-) 
STONE, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Julyi 1856. S.of the Rev. 'Charles' [George] (1817), of Long 
Burton. [B.Apr. 11, 1838. School, Eton (King's Scholar).] 
Matric. Michs. 1856; Scholar, 1856; B.A. i860. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) 1861; priest, 1862; C. of Swaffham, Norfolk, 
1861-3. C. of Kingstone, Heref., 1864. C. of Wembworthy, 
Devon, 1865-9. C. of Rockboume, Hants., 1870-5. C. of 
North Tawton, Devon, 1875-7. R. of Cheldon, 1877-97. 
R of Samesfield, Heref., 1897-1905. Married, 1883, Claudine 
Charlotte, dau. of the Rev. Charles Walker Molony, R. of 
West Worlington, Devon. Died Aug. 21, 1926, at Ringwood, 
Hants. {Crockford; The Rev. C. E. Stone.) 
STONE, EDWARD ARTHUR. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 1881. 
S of Arthur John Edward, deceased, of Cotham Road, 
Bristol. B. Feb. 14, 1863, at Clifton. School, Manilla HaU, 
Clifton. Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884; Mason prize, 1885; 
M.A. 1888. {Venn, 11. 448.) 
STONE, EDWARD DANIEL. Adm. at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, June 8, 1852. [Eldest s. of Joseph, Town Clerk of 
Dorchester. B. there, Dec. 31, 1832.] Matric. Michs. 1852; 
B.A. {4th Classic) 1856; M.A. 1859. FeUow, 1855-62. Ord. 
deacon (Oxford) i860. Assistant Master at Eton, 1857-84. 
Kept a preparatory school at Stonehouse, Broadstairs, 
1884-95. Retired to Abingdon, and thence to his son's house 
at Radley CoUege. Married, Aug. 3, 1861, Elizabeth Theresa, 
only dau. of the Rev. Francis Vidal. Author, Dorica; joint 
editor of Florilegium Latinum, etc. Died Sept. 17, 1916, at 



Stone, Henry Owen Lowndes 

Radley College. Father of Francis J. (1886), WUliam J. (1892) 
and Edward W. (1886); brother of William H. (1858). 
(Crockford; The Times, Sept. 19, 1916.) 
STONE, EDWARD JAMES. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
May 3, 1852. Of Middlesex. Doubtless same as the next. 

STONE, EDWARD JAMES. Adm. pens, at Queens', Jan. 23, 
1854. [Only s. of Edward, of London. From Kmg's College, 
London. B. Feb. 28, 1831.] Matric. Michs. 1855; Scholar; 
B.A. {5th Wrangler) 1859; M.A. 1862. FeUow, 1859-72; Hon. 
FeUow, 1875. Incorp. at Christ Church, Oxford, 1879- Chief 
Assistant at Greenwich Observatory, 1860-70. Astronomer 
Royal at the Cape of Good Hope, 1870-9; Radcliffe Observer 
at Oxford, 1879-97. F.R.S., 1868. President, R.A.S., 1882-4. 
Married and had issue. Author, An Experimental Determina- 
tion of the Heat of Certain Stars; An Experimental Determina- 
tion of the Velocity of Sound; etc. Died May 9, 1897, at 
Oxford. (Al. Oxon.; D.N.B.; Who was Who.) 

STONE, EDWARD WELLINGTON. Adm. at King's, a scholar 
from Eton, Oct. 9, 1886. 2nd s. of the Rev. Edward Daniel 
(1852), schoolmaster, of Stonehouse, St Peter's, Thanet, 
Kent. B. Oct. 16, 1867, at Eton. Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 
(Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1889; M.A. 1893. Assistant 
Master at Eton, 1890-1923. Married, Dec. 21, 1907, Laura 
Neville, youngest dau. of J. E. Bovill, of Dorking. Latterly 
of Shute House, Walditch, Bridport, Dorset. Died Feb. i, 
1936. Brother of WUliam J. (1892) and the next. (The 
Times, Feb. 3 and 4, 1936.) 

STONE, FRANCIS JOSEPH. Adm. at King's, Oct. 4, 1886. 
[Eldest s. of the Rev. Edward Daniel (1852), Assistant Master 
at Eton.] B. June 19, 1866. School, Haileybury. Matric. 
Michs. i886; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1893. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 
1901; priest, 1903. Assistant Master at Radley CoUege, 
1890-1924. Chaplain of Windsor Great Park, 1925-39. 
M.V.O., 1939. Lie. to ofi., dio. of Oxford, 1939; perm, to off., 
dio. of Guildford, from 1939. Latterly of Virginia Water 
Cottage, Windsor Great Park, where he died Nov. 1, 1948. 
Brother of the above and of WiUiam J. (1892). {Haileybury 
Reg.; Crockford.) 

STONE, FREDERICK SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Sept. 29, 1865. Matric. Michs. 1865. Ord. deacon (Man- 
chester) 1872; C. of Delph, Lanes., 1872-4. C. of Friarmere, 
1874. C. of Holcombe Rogus, Devon, 1875; C. of Huish, 
1875-80. C. of Coleme, Wilts., 1881-2. C. of Chisledon, 
1881-4. C. of Lockerley, Hants., 1884-6. C. of Quarley, 
1887-92. C. of Batcombe, Somerset, 1892-4. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1896. 

STONE, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 28, 
1770. S. of Philip, of Egham, Surrey. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1771; Scholar; B.A. 1774; M.A. 1777. Ord. priest 
(Norwich) July 28, 1776; C. of Hopton and Wattisfield, 
Suffolk, 1776. R.of Hopton, 1783-1817. R. of Garboldisham, 
NorfoUi, 1811-15. Died in 1817. Al. Oxon. quenes the m- 
cumbency of Hopton for a contemporary namesake, but the 
recorded age at death refutes this. 

STONE, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Nov. 11, 1817. S. of 
Daniel, Esq., of Bradpole, Dorset. B. Nov. 4, 1797, at 
Brimley, Dorset. School, Dorchester (Mr Trenow). Matric. 
Lent, i8i8; B.A. 1822; M.A. 1825. C. of Peasmarsh, Sussex, 
1822-6. V. of Long Burton with Hohiest, Dorset, 1826-42. 
R. of Bondleigh, Devon, 1842-53. Married, 1836, Carolme 
Susanna, dau. of the Rev. Robert Ekins (1804), R. of Folke, 
Dorset. Died Sept. 29, 1853. Father of Charles H. (1856). 
(Scott, MSS.; The Rev. Charles E. Stone.) 

STONE, HADAREZER HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pem- 
broke, May 22, 1852. S. of George. B. Apr. 10, 1834, m 
London. School, Christ's Hospital. Matric. Michs. 1852; 
Scholar; B.A. 1856. (Christ's Hospital Exhibitioners.) 

STONE, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, July 3, 1852. 
[Only] s. of Thomas. B. Mar. 12, 1833, at Kennington, 
London. School, Clapham, London. Matric. Michs. 1852; 
B.A. 1856; M.A. 1859. Adm. at the Irmer Temple, Apr. 6, 
1853. Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 1858. Married, June 26, 
i860, Sarah Harriet, 2nd dau. of John Ede Butt, of Little- 
hampton. Died Oct. 19, 1916. {Law Lists; Foster, Men at 
the Bar.) 

STONE, HENRY OWEN LOWNDES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Magdalene, Oct. 10, 1815. [3rd] s. of William Lowndes (post 
Stone), (Brasenose Oxford, 1769), of Brightwell [Baldwin], 
Oxon. [B. June 10, 1795.] School, Charterhouse. Matric. 
from Balliol CoUege, Oxford, June 4, 1813, age 17 (sub 
Lowndes), as 'son of WiUiam, of Marylebone, London.* 
Married, 1827, Sarah Anne, dau. of Augustus Trimbish. 
Settled in New York, U.S.A. Died in Feb. 1871. (Al. Oxon.; 
List of Carthusians ; Burke, L.G. ; V. Hodson.) 



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STONE, HUNTINGTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 7, 1876. 
Did not reside. 

STONE, JAMES DOVETON. Adm. pens, at St John's, Dec. 19, 
1848. S. of James, gent., of Bexley, Kent (and Mary Char- 
lotte). B. Sept. j6, 1830, at Plumstead. Matric. Michs. 1849; 
B.A. 1S57. 

STONE, JAMES HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 20) at Trinity, 
June 18, 1823. [3rd] s. of Arthur Daniel [M.D., F.R.C.P., 
University College, Oxford, 1782J. B. [Apr. 12, 1803], at 
Richmond, Surrey. Schools, St Paul's and Charterhouse. 
Matric. Easter, 1825; Scholar, 1827; B.A. 1828; M.A. 1831, 
Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1828; priest, 1829. P.O. of Eye. 
Northants., 1832-42. Hanged himself in a fit of insanity, 
Nov. 14, 1842. (List of Carthusians; Northants. Clergy, xiii. 
83; R. L. Arrowsmith; Foster, Index Eccles.; Clergy List; 
G. Mag., 1843, 1. 103.) 

STONE, JOHN FREDERICK MATTHIAS HARRIS. Adm. pens, 
at Peterhouse, Oct. i, 1872. S. of John, Town Clerk of 
Bath. B. Sept. 2, 1S53. School, Clifton College. Matric. 
Michs. 1872; Scholar; B.A. 1876; M.A. 1879. Called to the 
Bar, Inner Temple, 1887. On the Western Circuit. Author 
and journalist. Died Jan. 11, 1939, at Caravan Cottage, 
Great North Road, E. Finchley. Brother of WiUiam (1875). 
(CliftonCoU. Reg.; 1 he Times, Jan. i2,ig3,g;T. A.Walker, 540.) 

STONE, JOHN MORRIS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 17, 
1876. [3rd] s. of Thomas, solicitor [and Susanna]. B. Mar. 18, 
•1857, in the parish of St George's in the East, London. Bapt. 
Jan. 5, 1858. Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1S83. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 19, 1880. Called to the Bar, 
Jan. 26, 1883. Of EweU, Surrey. Member of the Metropolitan 
Water Board from 1907. Married, 1895, Edith Emily, dau. 
of Edward Hart, of EweU, and widow of Charles A. Hubbuck. 
Died Nov. 11, 1930. (Eagle, xlvi. 114; Law Lists; The Times, 
Nov. 14, 1930.) 

STONE, JOSEPH HENRY. Adm. at King's, Oct. 11, 1882. S. of 
Henry, box-manufacturer, of Banbury, Oxon. B. June 9, 
1858, at Coventry. School, Flounders College, Ackworth. 
Matric. Michs. 1S82; Scholar, 1885; B.A. (Hist. Trip., ist 
Class) 1885; M.A. 1889. Hon. D.Litt., Madras. Entered the 
Madras Educational Service, 1886; Professor of History at 
the Presidency College, 1887-95; Principal of Kumbakonam 
College, 1895-1903. Inspector of European Schools and of 
Training Schools, 1903-7. Member of the Legislative Council, 
igo8. Principal and Professor of English Literature, Presi- 
dency CoUege, Madras, 1907-12. Special Deputy Director of 
Public Instruction, 1912-14. Director of Public Instruction, 
1914-19. CLE., 1913; Knighted, 1919. Supervisor for 
Secretary of State for India for Indians nominated to I.C.S., 
1919-23. Director of Henry Stone and Son, Banbury, 1919; 
Chairman, 1925. Married, 1889, Diana Christina, dau. of 
J. W'. Brassington, and had issue. Died Oct. 9, 1941. (Burke, 
P. and B.; Walford, County Families; Who's Who; The 
Times, Oct. 11, 1941-) 

STONE, JOSIAH. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Jesus, May 11, 1847. 
S. of Josiah, Esq. B. at Wednesbury, Staffs. School, 
Brewood. Matric. Michs. 1847; Scholar; B.A. 1851; M.A. 
1884. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1S52; priest, 1854; C. of 
Willington, Derbs., 1852-3. C. of Christ Church, Coseley, 
Staffs., 1854-60. Chaplain to J. Bagnall and Sons, Cappon- 
field, 1860-7. R. of Brierley Hill, 1S67-S8. R. of Willington, 
Derbs., 1888-90. C. of Drayton-Bassett, 1894-6 . R. of 
Foxcote (or Forscote), Somerset, 1896-1908. Latterly of 
St Margaret Street, Bradford-on-Avon, where he died Dec. 14, 
1910. (Crockford; The Guardian, Dec. 23, 1910.) 

STONE, REGINALD JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. 1898. 
S. of — , Esq., deceased. B. June 29, 1879, at Leicester. 
School, Dover College (the Rev. W. Compton). Matric. 
Michs. 1898; Choral Scholar; B..A. 1902. Football (rugby) 
'blue,' 1901. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1903; priest, 1904. 
Assistant Chaplain at Dover CoUege, 1903-5 and 1908-10. 
Chaplain to the Bishop of Rangoon, 1905-6. Subsequently 
of 24, Manor Road, FoUiestone; 'a lawn-tennis professional 
and sports-dealer.' Disappears from Crockford, 1918. (Book 
of Blues; Schoolmasters' Directories; Dover College Reg.) 

STONE, RICHARD JENKYN. Adm. pens, at Jesus, June 30, 
1817. [Probably s. of Richard Selfe, of Somerset.] Matric. 
Michs. 1817. 

STONE, ROBERT WARNER. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
June II, 1852. S. of John, Esq. [of Prebendal House, Thame, 
Oxon.]. B. [Oct. 2, 1833], at Crendon, near Thame. School, 
Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1852; B.A. 1857. Ensign, MUitary 
train, 1858; Lieut., i860; Capt., 1863; transferred to 8oth 
Foot (S. Staffs. Regt.), 1872; Brevet Major, 1877. Served in 
New Zealand, 1864-7. Retired, 1883. Died in or before Jan. 
1923. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Army Lists.) 



Stone, William Henry 

STONE, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, Dec. i, 1821. 
S. of Samuel, attorney, of Norwich. B. there. School, Nor- 
wich. Matric. xMichs. 1822; B.A. (24th Wrangler) 1826; M.A. 
1829. Ord. deacon (Norwich); priest, May 24, 1S29. R- of 
St Augustine's, Norwich, 1832-41. P.C. of St John de 
Sepulchre, 1841-8. Died Aug. 19, 1848, at Norwich. (Venn, 
11. 185; Clergy List; G. Mag., 1848, II. 662.) 
STONE, THOMAS. .Adm. pens, at St John's, May 27, 1825; 
re-adm. sizar June 12, 1826. Matric. Michs. 1825; Scholar, 
182S; B.A. 1829; Norrisian prize, 1830; M.A. 1834. Adm. 
ad eundem at Oxford, 1837. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 6, 
1830; priest (Chester) July 17, 1831. Theological lecturer at 
St Bees CoUege, 1834-8. C. of St John-the-EvangeUst, West- 
minster, 1838-9. C. of Felsted, Essex, 1839-50. Died 
Mar. 12, 1850, aged 47. (Scott, MSS.; J. E. Smith, 6t John- 
the- Evangelist, Westminster, 115; G. Mag., 1850, i. 548; Al. 
Oxon.) 
STONE, THOMAS PLATT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Dec. I, 1848. S. of WiUiam [and Mary, dau. of Thomas Piatt]. 
Matric. Michs. 1849; B.A. 1853; M.A. 1856. Brother of 
WUliam H. (1853). 
STONE, TOM. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 8, 1876. S. of 
Thomas, farmer [and Jane Pearse]. B. at CUtsome, Nettle- 
combe, Somerset. Bapt. June 24, 1859. Matric. Michs. 1876; 
Scholar, 1879; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1884. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
1890; priest, 1891; C. of Holy Trinity, Heigham, NorfoUc, 
1890-6. V. of St James with Pockthorpe, Norwich, 1896-1904. 
V. of Barrow-on-Soar, Leics., 1904-23. Married, Sept. 15, 
1891, Ada Thornton, 3rd dau. of the Rev. H. T. GrifSth, R. of 
SmaUburgh, NorfoUi. Died Sept. 13, 1923. (Scott, MSS.; 
Eagle, XLiii. 188; Crockford.) 
STONE, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 22) at Trinity, Aug. 9, 
1S2X. S. of William. B. at Maidstone, Kent. School, Ham- 
mersmith, London. Matric, Michs. 1821. Migrated to Peter- 
house, Jan. 22, 1823; B.A. 1826; M..4.. 1829. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) 1825; priest (London) Dec. 20, 1829. C. of Beer- 
Ferris, Devon, -1841-8. C. of St James's, Taimton, Somerset, 
1853-8. C. of Marshwood, Dorset, 1859-65. Disappears from 
Clergy List, 1867. (T. A. Walker, 416.) 
STONE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Oct. i, 1875. 
[3rd] s. of John, Town Clerk of Bath. B. Jan. 14, 1857. 
School, Clifton CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1875; Scholar; (Nat. 
Sci. Trip., ist Class, 1878); B.A. 1879; M-A. 1883. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 2, 18S0. F.L.S.; F.R.G.S.; F.Z.S. Some- 
time lecturer in Botany at Newnham CoUege. TraveUed 
extensively; visiting Khartoum and the White Nile in 1882. 
Present at the coronation of Czar Nicholas II. Sometime 
Manager of the Royal Institute. Governor of the Royal 
Mineral Water Hospital, Bath. Of The Albany, PiccadiUy, 
London, in 1952, of whose Board he was Chairman. Gave 
£10,000 to Peterhouse. Brother of John F. M. H. (1872). 
(Clifton Coll. Reg. ;T. A. Walker, 545 ; Wiio's Wlw.) 
STONE, WILLIAM ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at St John's, Sept. 3, 
18S9. S. of Thomas [died Feb. 1878] (and Anne Jones). B. 
Oct. 14, 1870, at Warrington. School, Warrington Grammar 
(Mr E. J. WUlcocks). Matric. Michs. 1889; Scholar, 1889; 
(Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1892; Pt II, ist Class, 1893); 
B.A. 1892; M.A. 1896. Ord. deacon (Bath and WeUs) 1895; 
priest, 1896; C. of Radstock, Somerset, 1895-8. Assistant 
Master at Bristol Grammar School, 1895; at Bromsgrove 
School, 1901. Warden of St Thomas's CoUege, Colombo, 
Ceylon, 1901-25. Lecturer at University CoUege, Colombo, 
1926-31. Inc. of Holy Trinity, Colombo, 1928-31. V. of 
Udimore, Sussex, 1931-5. Died Oct. 29, 1936, at Bourne- 
mouth. (Bromsgrove Reg.; Eagle, xxix. 284; Crockford; 
People in Ceylon.) 
STONE, WILLIAM BAYFORD. Adm. at King's, Oct. i, 1897. 
[Youngest s. of WUliam A., of Croydon. B. 1878. School, 
St Edward's, Oxford.] Matric. Michs. 1897; Choral Scholar; 
B.A. 1900; M.A. 1904. A chartered accountant; A.C.A., 
1904; F.C.A., 1913. Member of the firm of Cash, Stone and 
Co. Married, Mar. 28, 1906, in Cambridge, Mary CecUia, 
youngest dau. of Dr A. H. Mann, organist of King's. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (Second Lieut., 3rd V. Batt., 
Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regt., 1915-18). Of 48, 
CopthaU Avenue, London, E.C., and Hextable, The Avenue, 
Beckenham, Kent. J. P. for Kent, 1938. Died June 15, i952- 
(St Edward's Sch. Roll; The Times, June 17, 1952.) 
STONE, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
June 20, 1817. [Only] s. of WUliam (and Mary, dau. of 
Charles MorreU, of WaUingford, Berks.). B. [May 21, 1799]. 
at Englefield, Berks. School, Eton. Matnc. Michs. 1817. 
Adm. at the Middle Temple, Jan. 26, 1820. CaUed to the Bar, 
Feb. II, 1825. A Commissioner in Bankruptcy. Of Streatley 
House, Reading, J. P. and D.L. Married, May 25, 1830, 
EmUy, only dau. of James MorreU, of Headington HiU, 
Oxford. Died June 20, 1863. (Eton Sch. Lists; G. Mag., 1863, 
n. 246; Law Lists; Burke, L.G.) 



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Stone, William Henry 

STONE, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Feb. 3, 1853. [Eldest] s. of W'UJiam, of Dulwich (and Mary, 
dau. of Thomas Piatt, of Hampstead). B. in London. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1853; B.A. (zoth Wrangler and 
Sth Classic) 1857; M.A. i860. Fellow, 1859. Merchant and 
East India agent. A Director of the London and County 
Banking Co. Resided at Godalming. J. P. and D.L. for 
Surrey; J.P. for Hants. M.P. for Portsmouth, 1865-74. 
Married, 1864, Melicent, 2nd dau of Sir Arthur Helps, K.C.B. 
Died suddenly, Nov. 7, 1896. Father of Arthur W. (1885); 
brother of Thomas P. (1848). (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Scott, 
MS6.; Walford, County Families; The Times, Nov. 11, 1896.) 

STONE, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 14, 
1858. [2nd] s. of Joseph, of Dorchester. B. there, Sept. 2, 
1838. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1858; Scholar, i860; 
Brow-ne Scholar, 1861; B.A. (bth Classic) 1862. Died Jan. 17, 
1863, at Dorchester. Brother of Edward D. (1852). {Eton 
Sch. Lists; G. Mag., 1863, i. 262.) 

STONE, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June i, 
1880. [Elder] s. of William, of [Mackworth], Swansea, Glam. 
B. Oct. 9, i860, at Exeter. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 
1880; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1887. Ord. deacon (London) 1883; 
priest, 1884; C. of St Simon's, Hammersmith, 1883-5. C. of 
Holy Trinity, Hampstead, 1886-8. R. of Charleton, Devon, 
1881-91. V. of Hatcham, Kent, 1891-6. V. of St Mary's, 
Kilbum, 1896-1907 Lecturer at St Mary-le-Bow, Cheapside, 
1903-5. R. of Walcot, Bath, 1907-13. R. of Chipstead, 
Surrey, 1913-20. Preb. of Wells, 1910-20. Married, Apr. 17, 
1894, Helena Jane, only dau. of Col. George Grant Gordon, 
C.B. Died Nov. 17, 1920, at Sevenoaks. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; 
Crockford; Who ivas Who; 7 he Times, Nov. 19, 1920.) 

STONE, WILLIAM JOHNSON. Adm. at King's, an exhibitioner 
from Eton, Oct. i, 1892. [3rd] s. of the Rev. Edward Daniel 
(1852), schoolmaster, of Stone House, Broadstairs. B. Dec. 
12, 1872, at Eton. Matric. Michs. 1892; Scholar, 1895; B.A. 
(Class. Trip., Pt I, 1st Class) 1895; M.A. 1900. Assistant 
Master at Radley College, 1897-9; at Marlborough College, 
1899-1901. Died there, Feb. 28, 1901. Brother of Francis J. 
(1886) and Edward W. (i886). (Eton Sch. Lists; Marlborough 
Coll. Reg.) 

STONE, WILLIAM MANSFIELD. Adm. at King's, a scholar 
from Eton. Aug. 7, 1815. [Eld.] s. of Arthur Daniel (and B. M. 
Clarke). B. Nov. 29, 1795, at Richmond, Surrey. Matric. 
Michs. 1815; B.A. 1819. Fellow, 1818-19. Died July 3, 1819, 
at his father's house in Charterhouse Square. (Eton Sch. 
Lists; 16; G. Mag., 1819, 11. 92.) 

STONEHAM, THOMPSON. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Peterhouse, 
Feb. 22, 1830. Of Bumham, Essex. [Youngest s. of Thomas, 
of Springfield, Essex (and Anne Barnes). B. Mar. 17, 1809.] 
Matric. Michs. 1830; B.A. 1834; M.A. 1853. Ord. deacon 
(Lichfield) 1835; priest, 1836. C. of Dawley Magna, Salop., 
1835-8. Chaplain at Wrockwardine Wood, 1838. V. of Ketley, 
1838-77. Married, 1838, Mary, dau. of John Compson, of 
Penleigh House, Westbury, WUts. Died Sept. 14, 1877. M.I. 
Brother of the next. (T. A. Walker, 439; Crockford; G. Mag., 
1839, I- 89-) 

STONEHAM, WILLIAM PHILIP. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peter- 
house, June 30, 1830. Of Essex. [S. of Thomas, of Spring- 
field.] Doubtful if resided. Brother of the above. 

STONEHOUSE, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. i, 
1889. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892; M.A. 1896. Ord. 
deacon (Canterbury) 1896; priest, 1897; C. of Christ Church, 
Folkestone, 1896-1904. V. of St Faith's, Maidstone, 1904-19. 
R. of St Stephen's, Canterbury, 1919-27. V. of Christ Church, 
Folkestone, 1927-33. Died Jan. 11, 1933, aged 61; buried at 
St Stephen's, Canterbury. (Crockford; The Times, Jan. 13, 
I933-) 

STONEHOUSE, FRANCIS. M.A. 1767, incorp. from Oxford. [S. 
of Francis, Esq. of Himgerford, Wilts.] Matric. Oct. 21, 1760, 
age 17, from Oriel College; B.A. (Oxford) 1764; M.A. (Oxford) 
1767. (Al. Oxon., which omits his degrees; Oxford Graduates, 
1659-1850, which gives his B.A. degree as ' 1674.') 

STONEHOUSE, WILLIAM GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 25, 1834. [Only s. of John, cotton-merchant, of Salford, 
Manchester. School, Manchester Grammar.] Died Nov. 22, 
1834, aged 20, at Cambridge. M.I. in Fulboum Church, 
Cambs. (Manchester Gr. Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 1835, i. 106.) 

STONES, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Feb. 16, 18 10. 
S. of William, Esq., of Kentish Town, Middlesex. Matric. 
Michs. 1810; LL.B. 1816. 

STONESTREET, FETHERSTON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 30, 1836. Of Middlesex. [Only s. of the Rev. George 
Griffin (next). B. in 1819. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 



Stonhouse, Henry 

1837; LL.B. (Civil Law Classes, 1840-1, ist Class) 1842; 
LL.D. 1847. Adm. at Lincohi's Inn, Apr. 8, 1839. Called to 
the Bar, Nov. 24, 1843. Adm. advocate of Doctors' Commons, 
Nov. 2, 1847. Married, Feb. 5, 1848, the Baroness Mane von 
Hammerstein, dau. of Baron George von Hammerstem, of 
Hanover. Resided at Falkenstein, Torquay, where he died, 
Sept. 30, 1901, aged 82. (Scott MSS.; Eagle, xxiv. 250; Law 
Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar; Burke, L.G.) 

STONESTREET, GEORGE GRIFFIN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
St John's, June 26, 1799- S. of George Griffin, Esq. (Governor 
of the Phoenix Insurance Office), of Clapham, Surrey. B. 
[Mar. 22, 1782], in London. Schools [Greenwich (Dr Burney)], 
Ashbourne (Mr Belcher) [and Merchant Taylors']. Scholar, 
1799. Migrated to Jesus, Jan. 25, 1804. Matric. Michs. 1804; 
LL.B. 1807. C. of Ewhurst, Sussex, 1812-13. Lecturer of 
St Etheldreda, Ely Place. Chaplain to the Duke of York. 
Chaplain to the Forces, 1814; with the Guards in the Waterloo 
Campaign. Placed on half-pay, 1819, which he drew until his 
death. Preb. of Lincohi, 1832-57. Of Standon Hall, Herts., 
and Halton House, Hastings. Married, 1817, Mary Elizabeth, 
dau. of Robert Shedden, of London, merchant, and of Paulers- 
pury Park, Northants. Died Dec. 6, 1857, at Hastmgs. M.I. 
Father of the above. (Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; St John's 
Coll. Adm., IV. 496; Clergy List; G. Mag., 1858, 1. iii; The 
Guardian, Dec. 9, 1857.) 

STONEY, BOWES ORMONDE [SINCLAIR]. Adm. at Pembroke, 
Oct. 1898. 2nd s. of Major — [George Ormonde], 25th Regt., 
the King's Own Scottish Borderers, deceased. B. Dec. 4, 
i878,at Knaresborough. School, Fettes. Matric. Michs. 1898. 
In the F.M.S. Civil Service, 1902; Assistant Resident at 
Brunei, North Borneo, 1908. Died Oct. 16, 1910, at Mill- 
timber, Aberdeen«hire. (Fettes Coll. Reg.; The Times, Oct. 19, 
1910.) 

STONEY, CECIL ROBERT VESEY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Apr. 11, 1894. [Only s. of T.] Of Oakfield Park, Raphoe, 
Ireland. B. 1875. [School, Shrewsbury.] Matric. Michs. 
1894; B.A. 1897; M.A. 1941. Of FairUght, The Avenue, 
Ascot, Berks, in 1948. (Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G. of 
Ireland.) 

STONEY, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 8, 1821. 
Doubtful if resided: probably same as next. 

STONEY, The Rev. JOSEPH. Adm. sizar (age 24) at Peterhouse, 
Nov. 7, 1826; a 'Ten-year man'. B. Jan. 19, 1802. Matric. 
Easter, 1841; B.D. (Stat. Eliz.) 1842. Ord. deacon (London) 
Oct. I, 1826; priest (Jamaica). Island curate in the parish of 
Clarendon, from 1829. (W. Cowper.) 

STONEY, THOMAS UMFREVILLE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Jesus, Dec. 29, 1808. Of Essex. [S. of the Rev. John, V. of 
Thorpe. School, Chehnsford (the Rev. Thomas Roberts).] 
Matric. Michs. 1809; Scholar, 1812; B.A. 1813; M.A. 1816. 
Ord. deacon (London) Mar. 14, 1813; priest, Mar. 6, 1814. 
P.C. of Pateley Bridge, Yorks., 1825-64. Died Apr. 1, 1864, 
aged 74. (Crockford; Clergy List; G. Mag., 1864, i. 668.) 

STONEY (post BUTLER-STONEY), WALTER CHARLES. Adm. 
pens, at St John's, May 22, 1865. [4th] s. of Thomas Butler, 
Esq. [of Portland Park, Co. TipperaryJ (and Sarah, dau. of 
Robert Fannin). B. [Oct. 23, 1846], at Portland, parish of 
Lorrha, Co. Tipperary. Bapt. Nov. 27, 1846. Matric. Michs. 
1865; B.A. 1869, as Butler-Stoney. Of Portland Park, Co. 
Tipperary. J.P. and D.L.; High Sheriff of Co. Tipperary, 
1907. Married, Dec. 12, 1872, Ellen Cattley, 3rd dau. of the 
Rev. Charles Kemble, R. of St Peter's, Bath. Father of 
Charles K.(i896,su6 Butler-Stoney). (iiuike, L.G. of Ireland.) 

STONHAM, ERNEST. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 12, 1882. 
S. of Thomas, master-grocer (and Sarah Jane). B. May 5, 
1863, at 105, High Street, Rye, Sussex. School, Sutton 
Valence (Mr J. D. Kingdon). Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1886. 
A Governor of Southlands Hospital, New Romney. Died 
June 24, i888, at Ashford, Kent. (Eagle, xv, 378.) 

STONHOUSE (or STONHOUSE-VIGOR), HENRY. Adm. pens, 
at St John's, June 8, 1822. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Timothy 
(Oriel College, Oxford, 1782) [who had assumed the additional 
surname and arms of Vigor by sign-manual in 1795 upon the 
death of his brother-in-law. Henry T. Vigor] [and Char- 
lotte, dau. of the Rev. Thomas Huntingford]. B. Mar. 20, 
1801, at Calcutta. School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1822; 
B.A. 1826; M.A. 1830. Ord. deacon (Salisbury) Feb. 6, 1826; 
priest. Mar. 25, 1827. R. of Eaton Bishop, Heref., 1830-8. 
Married, Mar. 24, 1829, Louisa Burt, dau. of John Taylor 
Gordon, M.D. Died May 7, 1838. Father of the next. 
(Winchester Scholars; Burke, P. and B.; Clergy List; Foster, 
Index Eccles.) 



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Stonhouse-Vigor, Alfred Henry Say 

STONHOUSE-VIGOR, ALFRED HENRY SAY. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, Oct. lo, 1851. S. ot the Rev. Henry (above) [and 
Louisa Burt]. B. [June 24, 1832], at Eaton Bishop, Heref. 
Bapt Aug. II, 1832. [School, Ihninster Grammar.) Matnc. 
Michs 1851; B.A. 1856; M.A. 1861. Adm. at Lmcoln's Inn, 
Jan. 19, 1857. CaUed to the Bar, Nov. 17, i860. Revismg 
Barrister, Western Circuit. Recorder of Penzance, 1877-83 ; 
of Southampton, 1883-9. Married, Apr. 27, 1867, Gertrude, 
youngest dau. of William Bird, J. P., of Crouch HiU, Hornsey. 
Died June 24, 1889, in London. (Easle, xvi. 179; Foster, 
Men at the Bar; The Guardian, July 3, 1889.) 

STOOKE (post STOOKE-VAUGHAN), FREDERICK SALTER. 
Adm. pens, at St John's, Dec. 18, 1803. S. of John Barter, 
timber-merchant [and Emma]. B. at KingskersweU, Devon. 
Bapt. Feb. 20, 1846. Matric. Lent, 1864; B.A. 1867; M.A. 
1870. Instructor in the Royal Navy, 1867-9- t)rd. deacon 
(Hereford) 1869; priest, 1870; C. of Madley, Heref., 1869-70. 
C. of Ledbury, 1870-1. C. of Cradley, Worcs., 1871. V. of 
Wellington Heath, Heref., 1871-1923. R. of Coddington, 
1919-23. Perm, to off., dio. of Exeter, 1924. Married, Aug. 3, 
1875, Ann Eliza Beda Vaughan, of Madley, Heref., and took 
the name of Stooke-Vaughan, by deed poll, i875- Resided 
latterly at Exmouth, where he died May 11, 1928, aged 82. 
(Eagle, XLV. 221; Crockford.) 

STOCKS, CHARLES DRUMMOND. Adm. pens, at Clare, 
June 4, 1S69. [B. 1851.] Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 1873; 
MtA. 1876. Ord. deacon (SaUsbury) 1874; priest, 1875; C. of 
Longbridge-Deverill, Wilts., 1874-7. C. of Crondall, Hants., 
1877-85. V. of Yateley, 1885-1905 and P.C. of Minley, 1889- 
1905. V. of Southgate, Middlesex, 1905-9. Died Apt. 7, ,1909- 
Father of the next. (Rossall Reg.; Crockford; 1 he limes, 
Apr. 9, 1909.) 

STOCKS, GERALD SUMNER. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct i, 
1S99. S. of the Rev. Charles Drummond (above), V. of 
Yateley, Hants. B. Jan. 26, 1880, at Crondall. School, 
Cheltenham College (Dr James and Mr Laffan). Matric. 
Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902; M.A. 1910. Assistant Master at the 
United Services College, Westward Ho!, 1902-4; at Bognor, 
1904-5; at University College School, Hampstead, 1905-6; 
Second Master of Bishop Cotton School, Simla, India, 1907- 
19-. Latterly of Topcroft, Guildford, Surrey. {Schoolmasters 
Directories.) 

STOCKS, THOMAS FRASER. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Oct. II, 1832. S. of Thomas. B. Aug. 15, 1815, at Gibraltar. 
School, Westminster. Matric Michs. 1833; Scholar, 1836; 
B.A. {^eth Wrangler) 1837; M.A. 1841. Ord. deacon (London) 
June 6, 1841; priest. May 22, 1842; C. of St Martm's-in-the- 
Fields, London, 1845-8. P.C. of St Luke's, Berwick Street, 
O.xford Street, 1848-52. P.C. of St Ann's, Highgate Rise 
1853-68. V. of Holy Trinity, Brompton, 1870-2. Preb. of 
St Paul's, 1863. Chaplain to the Bishop of London, 1869-74. 
Died June 25, 1874. [Record of Old Westminsters; Crockford; 
Clergy List.) 

STOPFORD, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Dec. 
15, 1823. [3rd] s. of the Rev. Richard [Bruce] [R. of Barton 
Segrave, Northants.] (and Eleanor, dau. of Lord Lilford). 
[B. there, Jan. 19, 1805.] School, private. Matric. Lent, 
1824; B.A. 1828. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1828; priest, 1829. 
C. of Barton-Segrave, -1841-5; R. there, 1845-64. Married, 
Sept. 2, 1845, Maria Charlotte, dau. of the Rev. John Johnson, 
and had issue. Died Mar. 10, 1864, 'aged 69.' (Clergy List; 
Crockford; NoHhants. Clergv, xiii. 89; Burke, P. and B.; 
G. Mag., 1864, I. 533-) 

STOPFORD, The Hon. EDWARD SYDNEY. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Dec. 14, 1842. [2nd] s. of James Thomas [4th] Earl 
of Courtown (Christ Church, Oxford, 1812) [and his cousm, 
Lady Charlotte Albinia Montagu Scott, dau. of Charles, 4th 
Duke of Buccleuch]. B. [Aug. 29], 1824. School, Eton. Did 
not reside. Married, Nov. 22, 1853, Harriet Osborne, dau. of 
the Rev. Edward Nixon. Died, s.p., Apr. 2, 1895. (Eton Sch. 
Lists; Burke, P. and B.; Trin. Coll. Adm. calls him Edwm S.) 
STOPFORD, The Hon. GEORGE FREDERICK WILLIAM. Adm. 
pens, at Trinity; June 20, 1878. [3rd] s. of James George 
Henrv [5th] Earl of CourtovsTi [Capt., Grenadier Guards], of 
Courtown House, Gorey , Co. Wexford (and the Hon. Elizabeth 
Frances Milles, 2nd dau. of George John, 4th Lord Sondes). 
B. Dec. I, 1859, in London. School, Wellington College. 
Matric. Michs. 1878. Married, Jan. 31, 1889, Marie Clare, dau. 
of Capt. Henry Segrave, of Kiltimon, Co. Wicklow, and of 
Cabra, Co. Dublin, and had issue. Died Sept. 28, 1933. at his 
residence, 6, Raglan Road, Dublin. Brother of James W. M. 
(1871). (Wellington Coll. Reg.; Burke, P. and B.; G.E.C.; 
Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The Times, Sept. 30, 1933.) 
STOPFORD, The Hon. HENRY SCOTT. Adm. pens, (age 20), at 
Trinity, July 31, 1817; FeU.-Com., Nov. 3, 1817. [5th] s. of 
James George [Capt., Grenadier Guards] [3rd] Earl of 
Courtown [and Mary, dau. of Henry, 3rd Duke of Buccleuch]. 



Storer, Antony Morris 

B. [Oct. 21, 1797]. at Dalkeith, Edinburgh. School, Dalkeith 
Matric. Michs. 1817; M.A. 1819. Of Hacketstown, Carlow. 
R. of Clonmore, Co. Carlow, i824-8i;andof Killeban, 1826-81 
Archdeacon of Leighlin, 1859-81. .Married, .May lo, 1826 
Annette, dau. of William Browne, of Browne's Hill. Died, 
s.p., Oct.27, 1881. Brotherof Robert (1822). (G.E.C.; Burke, 
P. and B.; Walford, County Families (which gives 3rd s.); 
The Guardian, Nov. 2, 1881.) 
STOPFORD, JAMES WALTER MILLES, Viscount. Adm. pens, 
at Trinity, Feb. 23, 1871. [Eldest] s. of James George Henry 
[5 th] Earl of Courtown, of Courtown House, Gorey, Co. 
Wexford (and Elizabeth Frances, dau. of the 4th Baron 
Sandes). B. -Mar. 3, 1853, in London. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1871. Capt., Wexford Militia (later, 3rd .Militia Batt., 
Royal Irish Regt.), 1885; Major, 1891; Lieut.-Col., 1903-8. 
A.D.C. to the Earl of Carnarvon, Lord Lieut, of Ireland, 1885. 
High Sherifl of Co. Wexford, 1877; of Co. Carlow, 1878. 
Lord Lieut , of Co. Wexford, 1901-22. Succeeded his father 
as Earl of Courtown, Nov. 19 14. During the troubled times 
before and after the institution of the Irish Free State, left 
undisturbed by both parties. Married (i) Apr. 27, 1876, 
Catherine Elizabeth, eldest dau. of the 4th Baron Braybrooke, 
and had issue; (2) Apr. 25, 1886, Gertrude, eldest dau. of 
Lieut. -Gen. Charles James Conway Mills, of Cardington, 
Beds., and had further issue. Died July 18, 1933. Brother of 
George F. W. (1878). (Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, P. and B.\ 
G.E.C.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The T'imes, July 19, 
I933-) 

STOPFORD, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Sidney, July 5, 1784- Eldest 
s. of the Rev. William (Brasenose College, Oxford, 1755), 
R. of Wyham, Lines. B. at Salford [Lanes.]. School, Louth 
(Mr Emeris). Matric. Michs. 1784. Brother of Joshua (1787)- 
(Some Louth Gr. Sch. Boys, 36.) 

STOPFORD, JOHN BIRD. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. z, 
1879; re-adm. sizar Oct. 8, 1879. S. of John, gent, (and Jane 
Elizabeth). B. Nov. 15, 1859, at Up Holland, Lanes. School, 
Manchester Grammar (Mr S. Dill). Matric. .Michs. 1879; 
exhibitioner; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1888. Ord. deacon (Chester) 
May 20, 1883; priest, 1884; C. of Audlem, Cheshire, 1883-6. 
C. of Smallbridge, Lanes., 1886-92. C. of Rochdale, 1892- 
1901. V. of Leesfield, 1901-12. R. of St Mark's, Gorton, 
1912-28. Hon. Canon of Manchester, 1924. Married, Oct. 2, 
1889, Ada, youngest dau. of James Fletcher, of Rochdale. 
Author, Sermons on Hymns for the Church Seasons. Died 
Mar. II, 1934, at Lytham. (Eagle, xlviii. 140; Crockford; 
Who was Who; The Times, Mar. 13, 1934.) 

STOPFORD, JOSHUA. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's', June 3, 
1778. Of Lanes. Matric. Michs. 1778; B.A. 1782. 

STOPFORD, JOSHUA. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Peterhouse, 
May 31, 1787. Of Lanes. [S. of the Rev. William (Brasenose 
College, Oxford, 1755), Second Master of Louth Grammar 
School.] School, Louth. Matric. Michs. 1787; Scholar; B..\. 
1791; M..\. 1794. FeUow, 1794. Of Sedge&eld, Rusheyford, 
Durham, in 1800. Either this man or the above was V. of 
E. Marden, Sussex, 1805-8, and V. of Brantingham, Yorks., 
1808-17. Died Nov. 5, 1817; buried at Ellerker Chapel, 
Brantingham. One was also V. of Hayling, Hants., 1816. 
Brother of John (1784). (Manchester Gr. Sch. Reg., 11. 155 
(sub his father); Foster, Index Eccles.; Clerical Guide; 
T.A. Walker, 355.) 

STOPFORD, The Hon. ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Trinity, Apr. 6, 1822. [7th] s. of James George i3rd] Earl of 
Courtown [and Mary, eldest dau. of Henry, 3rd Duke of 
Buccleuch]. B. [Nov. 23, 1802], at Sudbrook, Surrey. 
School, Eton. Matric. Easter, 1822; M.A. 1824. Died Sept. 
1828, aged 26. Brotherof Henry S. (1817). (Eton Sch. Lists; 
Burke, P. and B.) 

STOPFORD, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 24, 
1876. S. of the Rev. Joseph (Trinity College, Dublin, 1818), 
of Cork (and Elizabeth). B. Apr. 14, 1856, at Clondulane. 
Bapt. Apr. 14, 1856. Matric. Michs. 1876. 

STORER, ANTONY MORRIS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Corpus 
Christi, Dec. 27, 1764. Of Jamaica. [Elder s. of Thomas, of 
Westmorland, Jamaica, and of Golden Square, Westminster 
(and Helen, dau. of Colonel Guthrie). B. Mar. 12, 1746. 
School, Eton.] Adm. at the Middle Temple, June 5, 1762. 
M.P. for Carlisle, 1774-80; for Morpeth, 1780-4. Major, 
Oxfordshire Militia. Travelled in .America with Lord Carlisle, 
1778-9. Commissioner of the Board of Trade, 1781-2. 
Secretary of the Legation in Paris, 1783, and later, pleni- 
potentiary. Collector and man of fashion; also a musician. 
'The best dancer and skater of his time. . .beating all his 
competitors at gymnastics.' ' .\ man whose singular felicity 
it was to excell in everything he put his hand to.' F.S..-\. 
1777. Purchased Purley Park, Berks., and expended a large 
sum on its improvement. J. P. for Berks. Died, unmarried, 
June 28, 1799, at Bristol Hotwells, 'of a deep decline' ; 
buried at Purley. M.I. Will proved in Jamaica, 1799; kft his 



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Storer, Charles 

fortune, 'a good £8,000 a year', to his nephew, his library and 
collection of prints to Eton College. (Eton Sch. Lists; Eton 
Cull. Reg.; D.N.B.; G. Mag., 1799, u. 626 (which gives died 
July 5); V. L. Oliver, Caribbeana, 1. 177; Burke, L.G.) 

STORER, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 25, 1830. 
Of Notts. [2nd s. of the Rev. John (Christ Church, O.xford, 
1800), and Charlotte, 2nd dau. of the Rev. Charles Wylde, 
D.D., R. of St Nicholas, Nottingham. B. Apr. 26, 1813. 
School, Louth.] Matric. Michs. 1831; B.A. 1835; M.B. 1839; 
Med. Lie, 1840; M.D. 1844. Practised at Nottingham. 
Physician at the General Hospital, Nottingham. Of Lowdham 
Grange, Notts. J. P. for Notts. Married, Sept. 1844, Jane, 
youngest dau. of the Rev. John Burnett, of Dens and Crichie, 
Aberdeenshire. Died Feb. 6, 1891, aged 77- Brother of the 
next and John (1830). (Eagle, xvn. 207; Medical Dtrectortes; 
The Guardian, Feb. 11, 1891; Some Louth Gr. Sch. Boys; 
Burke, P. and B. ; Sir Wasey Sterry.) 

STORER, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 6, 1833. 
[3rd] s. of the Rev. John (Christ Church, Oxford, 1800), of 
[Hawksworth], Notts. Matric. Michs. 1833. Of Thoroton 
HaU, Notts. M.P. for South Notts., 1874-85. Died Mar. 11, 
1888. Brother of the above and the next. (Eagle, xv. 378; 
Return of M.P. s.) 

STORER, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 22, 1830. 
[Eldest] s. of the Rev. John (Christ Church, Oxford, 1800), 
R. of Hawksworth, Notts. [B. Aug. 26, 1811.] School, 
Louth. Matric. Michs. 1830. Migrated to Trinity Hall, 1831 ; 
Scholar, 1832; B.A. 1834; M.A. 1838. Ord. deacon (Lincohi) 
Sept. 21, 1834; priest, Sept. 20, 1835. Of Combe Court, 
Surrey. Married, Nov. 25, 1834, Margaret Amelia, eldest dau. 
of the Rev. Richard Tillard. V. of Haugham, Lines., 1836-7. 
R. of Hawksworth, Notts, (succeeding his father), 1837-50. 
Died Nov. 23, 1876, at HeUdon, Northants. Brother of the 
two above; father of the next. (Burke, L.G.; Some Louth Gr. 
Sch. Boys; T}ie Guardtan, Nov. 29, 1876.) 

STORER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Trinity Hall, June 28, 
1858. Eldest s. of the Rev. John (above), of Chiddingfold, 
Godahning, Surrey. [B. Mar. 5, 1836.] School, Brighton 
CoUege. Matric. Lent, 1859; B.A. 1862. Called to the Bar, 
Inner Temple, Jan. 26, 1869. Married, Oct. 26, 1880, Mary 
Emma, 3rd dau. of Henry RLx, Esq., of Thorpe Hamlet, 
Norwich. (Law Lists ; Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

STORER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Dec. 15, 
1779. Of Middlesex. Scholar, 1781. 

STORER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Dec. 14, 1825. 
Of Leics. Educated privately. Matric. Easter, 1826; B.A. 

1830. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 20, 1829; priest, May 29, 

1831. C. of St Martin's, Leicester. C. of St John's, Deritend, 
Birmingham, 1841-2. P.C. of St Andrew's, Northampton, 
1843-75. Died June 8, 1875. (Crockford; Northants. Clergy, 
XIII. 91; F. P. White.) 

STOREY, CHARLES BLADES COVERDALE. Adm. at Clare, 
Mar. 19, 1887. [S. of Sir Thomas, of Nantyr Hall, Llangollen, 
and Westfield House, Lancaster (by his 2nd wife, Annie 
Williamson, dau. of Charles Blades, of Aysgarth, Wensley- 
dale, Yorks.). B. Apr. 1868. School, Fettes.] Matric. Michs. 
1887; B.A. 1890; M.A. 1895. Served in the South African 
War, 1898-1901 (Sergt., 8th Imperial Yeomanry). Served in 
the Great War, 1914-19 (2nd Lieut., Lanes. Fus. (T.F.)). 
A mining engineer. F.G.S. Of Nantyr, North Wales. 
Married (i) 1902, Elizabeth, dau. of Edmund Sharpe, of 
Halton Hall, Lanes.; (2) Oct. 19, 1926, PhylUs Clare, elder 
dau. of Llewelyn Hugh Jones, C.B.E., of Wrexham, and had 
issue. Brother of Robert H. (1891) and Thomas W. P. (1809) ; 
half-brother of the next. Died Sept. 18, 1953. (Fettes Coll. 
Reg.; Univ. War List; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The 
Times, Sept. 19. i593-) 
STOREY, EDGAR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June i, 1878. S. of 
[Sir] Thomas, of Westfield House, near Lancaster (by his ist 
wife, Eliza, dau. of Capt. William Sherren, Oxfordshire L.I.). 
B. Feb. 6, 1859, at Lancaster. School, Fettes. Matric. Michs. 
1878; B.A. 1882. Football (rugby) 'blue,' 1879, 1880; 
athletics 'blue,' 1879, 188 1, 1882 (loo yards, putting the 
weight, and long jump); President, C.U.A.C, 1880. A 
colliery-owner. Married, and had issue. Died Mar. 18, 1909, 
at Mentone. Half-brother of the above, Robert H. (1891) and 
Thomas W. P. (1889). (Fettes Coll. Reg.; Book of Blues; 
Fox-Davies, Armorial Families.) 
STOREY, EDGAR GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 4, 
1889. [Eldest] s. of Walter, solicitor, of Halifax (and Rachel 
Kenworthy). B. Aug. i, 1869. Schools, Halifax (Mr H. R. 
Starke Jones) and Bradford Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1889; 
B.A. 1894; M.A. 1932. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 
Nov. 17, 1857. On the North-Eastem Circuit. Ord. deacon 
(Gloucester) 1902; priest, 1903; C. of Holy Trinity, Chelten- 
ham, 1902-5; C. of St Werberg's, Bristol, 1912-13. Latterly 



Storie, Thomas Chalmers 

Head Master of St Austell's School, Clifton, i9i9-33- 
Married, Maude, eldest dau. of E. G. Sargent, of Chfton, 
sister of Sir Percy Sargent. Died Nov. 28, 1933, at Clifton. 
(Eagle, XLvili. 72; Law Lists Crockford; Schoolrruisters 
Directories.) 
STOREY, EDWIN HAROLD. Matric. Non-Coil., Lent, 1893. S. 
of Edwin, of Bridlington, Yorks. [and Margaret Simpson]. 
B. Oct. 19, 1869, at Selby. School, Cheshunt College. Adm. 
at Caius, Apr. 18, 1894; B.A. 1895. Congregational Mmister 
at Fenay Bridge, Huddersfield, from 1896. (Venn, 11. 535-) 
STOREY, ENOCH. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 17, 1866. 
S. of Thomas (and Mary). B. Aug. 17, 1841, in Liverpool. 
[School, Liverpool Institute.] Matric. Michs. i866. One of 
these names was ord. deacon (Derry) 1883; priest, 1886; C. of 
Ardstraw, Co. Tyrone, 1883-6; C. of Cloncha, Donegal, 
i886-g6; latterly of Malin, Londonderry; disappears from 
Crockford, 1902. 
STOREY, FREDERICK GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 9, 1886. S. of Samuel, M.P., of Sunderland (and Mary 
Ann Addison). B. there, Feb. 17, 1868. School, Southgate 
House, Sunderland (Mr Yeld). Matric. Michs. 1886. Adm. at> 
the Middle Temple, June 18, 1890. Called to the Bar, Apr. 26, 
1893. On the North-Eastem Circuit. Chairman of the 
Newcastle Daily Journal and North Star Company. J. P. for 
Durham. Member of Sunderland Town Council and Durham 
County Council. Married, 1892, Mary Dagmar, dau. of T. C. 
Hutton, of Sunderland, and had issue. Died Feb. 24, 1924, 
at his residence. South Bailey, Durham. (Scott, MSS.; Eagle, 
XLi, 273; Law Lists; The Times, Feb. 25, 1924; KeUy, 
Handbook.) 
STOREY, ROBERT HOLME. Adm. at Clare, July 7, 1891- 
[Youngest s. of Sir Thomas, deceased, of Westfield, Lancaster 
(and Annie Williamson, dau. of Charles Blades, of Aysgarth, 
Yorks.). B.July, 1872. School, Fettes. Matric. Michs. 1891; 
B.A. 1894; M.A. 1899. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 1893. 
Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 1896. On the Northern Cu-cuit. 
Of Bishopswood, Ross, Herefordshire. J. P. for Denbighshire, 
1904; for Herefordshire, 1920. High Sheriff of Herefordshire, 
1938. Married, 1907, Beatrice Maud, dau. of Sir WiUiam H. 
Tate, Bart. Half-brother of Edgar (1878) ; brother of Charles 
B.C. (1887) andrhomasV/. P. (iS8g). (Fettes Coll. Reg.; Army 
Lists ; Law Lists ; Who's Wlio.) 
STOREY, SANDFORD SPENCE (1875), see SCHULTZ. 
STOREY, THOMAS WILLIAM PATRICKSON. Adm. at Trinity 
Hall, 1889. S. of Sir Thomas, of Westfield House, Lancaster 
and of Nantyr HaU, Llangollen, N. Wales (by his 2nd wife). 
B. 1870. Schools, Fettes and Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 
1889; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1899. FootbaU (rugby) 'blue,' 1889, 
1890, 1891, 1892 (Capt., 1891). Ironmaster; Mostyn iron- 
works. Of Pentreffyimon Hall, Holywell, Flints. Died, 
Mar. 16, 1907, at Whitchurch. Half-brother of Edgar (1878); 
brother of Charles B. C. (1887) and Robert H. (1891). 
(Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Fettes Coll. Reg.; Book of Blues.) 
STORIE, GEORGE HENRY. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Christ's, 
Feb. 26, 1795. [Eldest s. of Thomas, merchant, of London. 
B. Jan. 19, 1766; of Springfield Lodge, Surrey.] V. of Camber- 
weU, Surrey, -1811-23. R. (and patron) of Stow Maries, 
Essex, 'for some time.' Married, July, 1796, Ehza Jekyll 
Chahners, and had issue. Died Oct. 31, 1833, at Thames 
Ditton. Father of Thomas C. (1820), the next, and John G. 
(1835). (Al. O;ion. ; Burke, L.G.; Peile, 11. 340; G. Mag., 1834, 
I. 114.) 
STORIE, GEORGE HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 15, 
1817. [2nd] s. of the Rev. George Henry (above), of Camber- 
well, Surrey (and Elizabeth Jekyll, youngest dau. of Col. 
James Chalmers, of Chelsea). [B. Dec. 9, 1798. School, 
Westminster.] Matric. Michs. 181 7. Migrated to Trinity Hall, 
Feb. 9, 1820; LL.B. 1824. Admitted at the Middle Temple, 
Oct. 5, 1819. See Cambridge Chronicle, Apr. 2, 1824, for an 
account of proceedings taken against him in the Vice- 
Chancellor's Court. Brother of the next two. (Record of Old 
Westminsters.) 
STORIE, The Rev. JOHN GEORGE. M.A. 1835, incorp. from 
Oxford. [Eldest s. of the Rev. George Henry (i795); of 
Camberwell.] Matric. from Christ Church, Oxford, May 8; 
1815, age 17; B.A., from Magdalen, 1819; M.A. (Oxford) 1824. 
V. of Camberwell, 1823-46. V. of Monmouth, 1847-9- 
Chaplain to the Duke of Beaufort, 1850-3; P.C. of St Mary 
Magdalen, Peckham, 1850-8. Married, July 9, 1822, Elizabeth, 
eld. dau. of Sir John Perring, Bt. Died Nov. 4, 1858. Brother 
of the next and the above. (Al. Oxon.; Clergy List.) 
STORIE, THOMAS CHALMERS. Adm. pens, at Clare, Sept. 2, 
1820. [3rd s. of the Rev. George Henry (1795) (and Elizabeth 
Jekyll Chalmers).] Matric. Michs. 1821; B.A. 1825. R. of 
Hascombe, Surrey, 1835-54. Married, 1835, Amelia Elizabeth 
Charlotte, dau. of Allan Mackenzie, Esq., of Woolwich. Died 
June 16, 1866, at Porchester, Hants., aged 64. Brother of 
the two above. (Clergy List; G. Mag., 1866, 11. 270.) 



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Stork, Charles Francis William 

STORK, CHARLES FRANCIS WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at 
Selwyn H., Oct. I, 1891. [S. of the Rev. John Henry (1853).] 

B. Oct. 24, 1872. Matric. Michs. 1891; Scholar; B.A. 1894. 
Assistant Master at Lambrook School, Bracknell; at Ames- 
bury prep. School, Bickley, Kent, 1904-19-. Brother of the 
next two. (Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

STORK, HARRY SMITHSON. Adm. at Clare, June 11, i88i. 
[S. of the Rev. John Hemy (1853).] Matric. Michs. 1881; 
B.A. 1884; M.A. 1889. Ord. deacon (York) 1885; priest, 1886; 

C. of St James's, HuU, 1885-7. C. of St George's, Bloomsbury, 
1887-98. Chaplain at the Foundling Hospital, 1898-1925. 
V. of Stone, Worcs., 1925-38. Of Moor Park, Rickmansworth, 
Herts., in 1951. Died Nov. 30, 1952. Brother of the above 
and the next. (Crockford.) 

STORK, JOHN BENEDICT. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H., Oct. 10, 
1885. S. of the Rev. John Henry (next), of Hipperholme. 
B. Mar. 21, 1S67. [School, Sedbergh.j Matric. Michs. 1885; 
B.A. 1888. Assistant Master at Newton College, Devon; at 
Fettes; at Greenbank School, Liverpool; at Stubbington 
House, Fareham; Head Master of Edgbaston prep. School, 
Hallfield, Birmingham; of Werg's, Tettenhall; Senior Master 
at Oaklands Court, St Peter's, Broadstairs. Brother of the 
two above. (Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; Schoolmasters' Directories.) 
STORK, JOHN HENRY. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 5, 1853- 
S. of John, wine-merchant [and Elizabeth]. B. June 15, 1832, 
at Kingston-upon-Hull. [School, Pocklington Grammar.] 
Matric. Michs. 1853; Scholar; B..\. 1857; M..\. i860. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoki) 1859; priest, 1865; C. of Broughton, Lmcs., 
1859-62. C. of Bigby, 1865-9. C. of Colwick, Notts., 1870-3. 
Head Master of Hipperholme Grammar School, 1873-87. 
V. of Ashby St Ledger, Northants., 1887-1907. Married 
Miss — Bumaby. Died Jan. 26, 1907. Father of the three above. 
(Eagle, xxviil. 330; Northants. Clergy, xiii. 91; Crockford.) 
STORKS, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peterhouse, May 9, 
1798. Of Middlesex. [Eldest s. of Robert, of Nottingham 
(and Charlotte Burroughs). B. Aug. 7, 1778, in London. 
School, Merchant Taylors'.] Matric. Michs. 1798. Called to 
the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 1803. On the Norfolk Circuit. 
The last Chief Justice of the Isle of Ely, 1823-66. Recorder 
of Cambridge, 1836-57. Serjeant-at-Law, 1827. Judge of 
County Courts in London; resigned, 1859. J. P. for Middlesex. 
F.S.A., 1832. Married, 1810, Mary, dau. of Thomas Trundle. 
Died Nov. 4, 1866, aged 87, in Paris; buried at Montmartre. 
Father of the next. (T. A. Walker, 370; G. Mag., 1866, 11. 
845.) 
STORKS, THOMAS TRUNDLE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
Feb. II, 1831. [Younger] s. of Henry (above) [and Mary 
Trundle]. B. [May i], 1812, in London. School, Charterhouse. 
Matric. Michs. 1832; B.A. 1838; M.A. 1842. Ord. deacon 
(London), June 14, 1840; priest, June 6, 1841; C. of St John's, 
Hoxton, 1840-3. C. of Loughton, Essex, 1843-51; R. there, 
185 1-6. Latterly of Gower Street, Bedford Square. Died 
Dec. 30, 1859, aged 47. (Clergy List; G. Mag., i860, i. 190.) 
STORR, EDWARD CHARLES, .-^dm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1899. 
[2nd] s. of Henry, merchant, of Matfield Court, Paddock 
Wood, Kent. B. Oct. 6, 1881, at Brenchley, Kent. Schools 
[Harrow and] WeUington College. Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 
1902- M.A. 1907. Ord. deacon (Rupld.) 1907; priest, 190S; 
Inc. of St George's, Westboume, Manitoba, 1907-9- R- of 
St George, Birtle w. St Alban's, Blenheim, Manitoba, 1909-10. 
C. of St Mary-in-the-Castle, Hastings, Sussex, 1911-12. C. of 
Great Horkesley, Essex, 1912-13. C. of Christ Church, North 
Finchley, 1913-15. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Chaplain, R.A.C.D., attached R.A.F.). C. of Hawkhurst, 
Kent, 1920. Minister of Burpham with Sutton, Surrey, 1921-6. 
R. of' St Mary's, Maldon, Essex, 1926-36. Married, Apr. 20, 
1908, Annie, eldest dau. of Henry Pegler, deceased, of 
Chippenham. Latterly of 19 a Randolph Crescent, London, 
W. Died Nov. 14, 1938. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; WeUington Coll. 
Reg.; Crockford; The Times, Nov. 16, 1938.) 
STORR, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 30, 1857. S. of 
the Rev. Francis (Queen's CoUege, Oxford, 1829), of Brench- 
ley, Kent. B. Feb. 28, 1839, at Otley, Suffolk. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1857; Scholar, i860; Bell Scholar, 
1858; B.A. (6th Classic) 1861. .\ssistant Master at Marl-, 
borough College, 1864-75; at Merchant Taylors' School, 
1875-1901. Married, Rose, dau. of Francis Lloyd, and had 
issue. Latterly of 40, Mecklenburgh Square, London, W.C. 
Sometime editor of the Journal of Education. Author, 
Heine's Travel Pictures; Canterbury Chimes; Lermontoff's 
Demon ; Life and Remains of R. H. Quick, etc. Died Apr. 8, 
1919. Brother of the next. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Schoolmasters' 
Directories ; Who was Who.) 
STORR, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. i, 1864. 
Of Sufiolk. [S. of the Rev. Francis (Queen's College, Oxford, 
1829), V. of Brenchley, Kent. B. May 4, 1844. School, 
Rugby.] Matric. Michs. 1864; B.A. 1868. Ord. deacon (Ely) 



Storrs, George Noel 

1867; priest, 1868; C. of Silsoe, Beds., 1867-9. C. of Fhtton, 
1869-74. C. of Penge, Kent, 1874-5. C. of Brenchley, 1875-6. 
R. of Great Horkesley, Essex, 1876-1916, and V. of Little 
Horkesley, 1897-1916. Married Amy T. Leycester. Latterly 
of Bexhiil-on-Sea, where he died July 22, 1917. Brother of 
the above. (Rugby Sch. Reg., which states that he went to New 
College, Oxford; Crockford; The Guardian, Jvdy 26, 1917; 
N. M. Penzer.) 
STORRS, ARTHUR HAROLD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. I, 1889. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. George Noel {1862), V. of 
St Stephen's, Tonbridge. B. [at Hull], 1871. School, Ton- 
bridge. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892. Ord. deacon 
(Durham) 1894; priest, 1895; Assistant Chaplain, Mission to 
Seamen, South Shields, 1S94-6. C.M.S. missionary at 
Amritsar, 1896-8; at Tarn Taran, 1898-9; at Dera Ismail 
Khan, 1899-1904. C. of Woking, Surrey, 1904-5. C.M.S. 
missionary at Multan, 1905-9. C. of Thame, Oxon., 1909-11. 
Org. Secretary, Colonial and Continental Church Society (for 
N.E. district), 1911-15. Chaplain at the Famley iron works, 
Leeds, 1915-19. R. of Whitstone, Devon, 1919-38, and P.C. 
of Oldridge, 1921-38. Rural Dean of Kenn, 1934-8. P.C. of 
St Barnabas, Devonport, 1938-46. Married, 1897, Olga Mary, 
dau. of Joseph John Hulbert. Of 5. Cotehele Terrace, Stoke, 
Plymouth in 195 1-. Brother of Francis J. T. (1894). (Ton- 
bridge Sch. Reg.; Crockford.) 
STORRS, ARTHUR NOEL COOPLAND. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Oct. 1883. [S. of the Rev. William Townsend, V. of Sandown, 
Isle of Wight.] Matric. Michs., 1883; B..^. 1886. Ord. deacon 
(Salisbury) 1887; priest, 1888; C. of Swanage, Dorset, 1887-9. 
Missionary (C.M.S.) at Palamcottah, Madras, 1889-99; at 
Ootacamund, 1902-4 and 1906-12; at Haputale, Ceylon, 
1904-5. C. of Christ Church, Sandown, Isle of Wight, 1905-6. 
C. of Damerham, Wilts., 1912-13. R. of Corscombe, Dorset, 
1913-44. Of Jesmond, Stoke Abbots, Beaminster, Dorset, in 
1951. Brother of WiUiam T. C. (1882), George G. C. (1887) 
and Robert A. (1878). (Crockford.) 
STORRS, CHARLES SIMONDS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
June 25, 1886. [2nd] s. of the Rev. H[enry] J[ohn] (1858), of 
39, London Road, Reading. [B. 186S. School, Sherborne.] 
Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889; M.B. and B.Chir. 1894; 
M.D. 1897. At the Middlesex Hospital. House Surgeon and 
House Physician at the Queen's Hospital for Children, 
Hackney; House Surgeon, Royal Victoria Hospital, Bourne- 
mouth; Clinical Assistant, Chelsea Hospital for Women; 
Consulting Physician, Cosmopolitan Hospital, Venice. 
Medical Officer, Namaqua copper company. In practice at 
Cohie, Lanes, in 1910-30-. Of Mullion, Cornwall, in 1940. 
Died Mar. 4, 1946, at Bedford. Brother of Henry T. S. (1886) 
and Kenneth S. (1888). (Sherborne Reg.; Medical Directories; 
The Times, Mar. 6, 1946.) 
STORRS, FRANCIS JOHN TOWNSEND. Adm. pens, at Em- 
manuel, Sept. 30, 1894. [3rd] s. of the Rev. G[eorge] Noel 
(1862), V. of St Stephen's, Tonbridge. B. 1875. School, 
Tonbridge. Matric. Michs. 1894; B..\. 1897. Entered the 
African CivU Service, 1899; retired in 1922. Subsequently 
cotton and tobacco planting. Of Mlali, Karonga, North 
Nyasaland. Brother of Arthur H. (1889). (Tonbridge Sch. 
Reg.) 
STORRS, GEORGE GODWYN COOPLAND. Adm. pens, at 
Queens', April, 1887. S. of the Rev. William Townsend. 
6 Oct 14, 1868, at Talghari, Bengal. [School, Monkton 
Combe.] Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890; M.A. 1894. Ord. 
deacon (Winchester) 1891; priest, 1892; C. of St Simon's, 
Southsea, 1891-4. C. of Woking, Surrey, 1894-7. C. of 
St Paul's, Stratford, Essex, 1897-1901. C. of Emmanuel 
Church, Croydon, 1901-4. Assistant Chaplam, Mission to 
Seamen at Southampton, 1904-10; Chaplain, for Medway and 
the Nore, 1910-13; for Great Yarmouth, 1913-16. V. of 
Hawkley, Hants., 1917-25. General Secretary, R.N. Scripture 
Readers' Society, 1925-30. C. of St Leonards-on-Sea, 1930- 
41 Of 14, Essendon Road, St Leonards-on-Sea, in 1952. 
Brother of Robert A. (1878), Arthur N. C. (1S83) and William 
T. C. (1882). (Old Monktonians Reg.; Crockford.) 
STORRS, GEORGE NOEL. Adm. pens, at Caius, Sept. 30, 1862. 
S. of Robert, M.R.C.S., of Doncaster. B. there, Dec. 25, 1843. 
Schools, St Peter's, York, and Holbrook, near Ipswich. 
Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 1867; M.A. 1877. Ord. deacon 
(Canterbury) 1867; priest (Mauritius, for Wmchester) 1868; 
C. of St John's, Penge, 1867-9- C. of St Stephen's, Kingston- 
on-HuU 1869-71. C. of Heworth, Yorks., 1871-7. V. of 
Thornton-Curtis, Lines., 1877-81. P.C. of Holy Trinity, 
Bridlington, 1881-4. V. of St Stephen's, Tonbridge, 1884- 
1900 Lie. Pr., dioc. of Canterbury, 1900-6. R. of Kittisford, 
Somerset, 1906-9. Married, May 10, 1892, Constance Lucy, 
2nd dau. of C. Dobson, Esq., of Broome Park, Betchworth. 
Died Oct. 15, 1909. Brother of Townsend (1856) and Henry J. 
(1858); father of .-Vrthur H. (1889) and Francis J. T. (1894). 
(Venn, 11. 359; Crockford.) 



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Storrs, Harry Townsend Simonds 

STORRS, HARRY TOWNSEND SIMONDS. Adm. pens, at 
Emmanuel, June 25, 188O. [Eldest] s. of— [the Rev. Henry 
John (next)J, of 39, London Road, Reading. Matric. Michs. 
1886; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1893. At the University of Marburg, 
Germany. Assistant Master at Liverpool Institute, 1891-4; 
Head Master of Shirley House prep. School, Old Charlton, 
Kent, 1894-1918. Ord. deacon (Kingston-on-Thames, for 
Southwark) 1918; priest (Southwark) 1919; C. of St Luke's 
with St Paul's, Charlton, Kent, 1918-22. C. of Blyth, Notts., 
1922-3. R. of Bergholt, Suffolk, 1923-35- R- oi Marlesford, 
1935-45- Latterly of the Homes of St Barnabas, Dormans, 
Surrey, where he died May 30, 1948, aged 81. Brother of 
Kenneth S. (1888) and Charles S. (1886). (Ctockford; School- 
masters' Directories; The Times, June i, 1948.) 

STORRS, HENRY JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 7, 1858. 
S. of Robert, surgeon [and Martha]. B. Feb. 17, 1839, at 
Doncaster. Matric. Michs. 1858. Migrated to St Catharine's, 
Oct. 10, 1859; Scholar; B.A. 1862. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 
1862; priest, 1864; C. of St John's, Reading, 1862-5. V. of 
Pishill, Oxon., 1865-9. C. of Emsworth, Hants., 1869-70. 
V. of Eastham, Cheshire, 1871-80. Latterly of 5, Craven 
Road, Reading, where he died Mar. 16, 1915. Father of 
Charles S. (1886), Kenneth S. (1888) and the above; brother 
of Townsend (1856) and George N. (1862). {Crockford; The 
Times, Mar. 18, 1915.) 

STORRS, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, June 24, 
1865. Eldest s. of the Rev. John, of Wolfville, Nova Scotia. 
B. in Nova Scotia. School, King's, Rochester. Matric. Michs. 
1865; Scholar; B.A. 1869; M.A. 1873; D.D. 1913. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) 1871; priest, 1873; C. of St Mary's, Bury St 
Edmunds, 1871-3. C. of St Peter's, Eaton Square, London, 
1873-80. V. of St James's, Bury St Edmunds, 1880-3. V. of 
St Peter's, Eaton Square, London, with St John-the-. 
Evangelist, Wilton Road and St Peter's Chapel, Buckingham 
Gate, 1883-1913. Rural Dean of St George's, Hanover 
Square, 1891-1902. Rural Dean of Westminster, 1902-13. 
Hon. Chaplain to H.M. the King, 1912 and 1913. Dean of 
Rochester, 1913-28. Archbishop's Messenger to Egypt, 1916. 
Married, 1881, Lucy Anna Maria, dau. of Henry Francis 
Cockayne-Cust, and had issue. Died Feb. 29, 1928, aged 81. 
Father of Ronald H. A. (1900). (Roffensian Reg.; Crockford; 
Daily News, Mar. 1, 1928; Who was Who.) 

STORRS, KENNETH SIMONDS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Sept. 29, 1888. S. of the Rev. Henry John (1858), of 39, 
London Road, Reading. B. [at Emsworth, Hants.], 1870. 
School, Sherborne. Matric. Michs. 1888; Scholar; M.B. and 
B.Chir. 1896. At the Middlesex Hospital; Senior House 
Surgeon there. Practised at Chelmsford. Surgeon, Chelms- 
ford and Essex Infirmary. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Capt., R.A.M.C. (T.F. Res.)). Lived latterly at Peppard 
Common, near Henley-on-Thames. Married, Jan. 25, 1898, 
Rosa Mary, 4th dau. of Major E. Phillips, 8th Hussars. 
Author, medical. Died Feb. 12, 1945. Brother of Heruy T. S 
(1886) and Charles S. (1886). (Sherborne Reg.; Medical 
Directories; The limes, Feb. 13, 1945.) 

STORRS, ROBERT AUGUSTINE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Aug. 9, 1878. S. of the Rev. WiUiam Townsend, Church 
missionary (and Sarah). B. Feb. 8, 1859, at Lucknow, India. 
Bapt. Mar. 27, 1859. School, Bradford Grammar (Mr W. H. 
Keeling, M.A.). Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882. Ord. deacon 
(Gloucester and Bristol) 1882 ; priest, 1883 ; C. of Holy Trinity, 
Cheltenham, 1882-4. Chaplain at Rawal Pindi, 1884-7; at 
Jullimdur, 1887; at Nowshera, 1887-8; atSealkot, 1887-9; at 
Murree, 1887-8; at Quetta, 1888-93; at Multan, 1893-5; at 
Karachi, 1895-6; at Dalhousie, 1898-1900 and 1906-7; at 
Peshawar, 1900-1. V. of Yorktown with Camberley, Surrey, 
1907-21. R. of Shanklin, Isle of Wight, 1921-37. Died 
July 8, 1941, at Sandown. Brother of George G. C. (1887), 
Arthur N. C. (1883) and William T. C. (1882). {Crockford; 
2 he limes, July 10, 1941.) 

STORRS, RONALD HENRY AMHERST. Adm. at Pembroke, 
Oct. 1900. Eldest s. of the Rev. John (1865), V. of St Peter's, 
Eaton Square. B. Nov. 19, 1881, at Bury St Edmunds. 
School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. (Class. Trip., 
Pt I, ist Class) 1903; M.A. 1928. In Egyptian Govermnent 
Service (Ministry of Finance), 1904; Oriental Secretary to the 
British Agency in Egypt, 1909. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Brig.-Gen., attached Egyptian Army; C.M.G. 1916; 
C.B.E. 1919; mentioned twice in despatches; Commander, 
Order of the Crown of Italy; Commander, Order of the 
Redeemer (Greece) ; Liason Officer for the Mission in Baghdad 
and Mesopotamia). In Secretariat of War Cabinet, 1917. 
Military Governor of Jerusalem, 1917-20. Civil Governor of 
Jerusalem and Judaea. Member, Comite de Conservation des 
Monuments Arabes, Cairo, and of Committee of the Palestine 
Exploration Fund. Knighted, 1924; K.C.M.G., 1929. 
Governor of Cyprus, 1926-32; of Northern Rhodesia, 1932-4. 



Story, John 

Member of the L.C.C., 1937-45- Married, 1923, Mrs Louisa 
Lucy Clowes, widow of Lieut.-Col. H. Clowes, and dau. of 
Rear-Admiral Algernon Littleton. Author, Orientations, etc. 
■ Of the Mill House. Pebmarsh, Essex in 1952. (Univ. War 
List; Who's Who.) 

STORRS, TOWNSEND. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, June 30, 
1856. S. of Robert. B. at Doncaster. Matric. Michs. 1856; 
B.A. i860; M.A. 1878. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1861; 
priest (Calcutta) 1864; C.M.S. Missionary at Lucknow, 1861- 
64, and 1870-2; at Amritsar, 1864-8. C. of St Stephen's, 
Kingston-on-Hull,Yorks., 1868-9. C. of St Philip's, Kingston- 
on-HuU, 1872-4. V. of St SUas, Kingston-on-HuU, 1874-9. 
Head Master of Doncaster Grammar School, 1890-1901. 
Married, Aug. 1, 1899, Annie M. M., dau. of the Rev. W. 
Eardley, V. of Cantley, Yorks. Latterly of Sandown, Isle of 
Wight. Disappears from Crockford, 1919. Brother of George 
N. (1862) and Henry J. (1858). 

STORRS, WILLIAM TOWNSEND COOPLAND. Adm. at Queens', 
April 1882. [S. of the Rev. William Townsend.] Matric. 
Easter, 1882; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1889. Ord. deacon (Carlisle) 
1886; priest, 1887; C. of Christ Church, Silloth, Cumberland, 
1886. C. of Holy Trinity, S. Hampstead, 1886-9. C. of 
Stoke-next-GuUdford, Surrey, 1889-92. C. of St Stephen's, 
Richmond, Victoria, Australia, 1893-5. Inc. of St Matthew's, 
Prahran, 1895-1926. Chaplain to the Archbishop of Mel- 
bourne, 1924-6. Rural Dean of St Kilda, 1921-6. Inc. of 
St John's, Heidelberg, 1926-35. Perm, to off., dio. of Mel- 
bourne, 1935-51-. Brother of Arthur N. C. (1883), Robert A. 
(1878) and George G. C. (1887). (Crockford.) 

STORRY, JOHN BRIDGES. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 2, 
1807. Of Essex. [Doubtless s. of the Rev. — Storry, o{ 
Colchester.] Matric. Michs. 1807; B.A. i8ii; M.A. 1814. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) June 27, 1813; priest, Dec. 29, 1813. V. of 
Great Tey, Essex, 1814-54. Chaplain to Lord Howden. 
Died Nov. 6, 1854, aged 64, at Great Tey. (Clergy List; 
G. Mag., 1854, 11, 638; Hannah More's Memoirs, 1. 377.) 

STORY, ARTHUR JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 4, 1893. 
S. of James Capes, Minister of the Methodist new connexion, 
of Stockport [and Annie Waller]. B. Oct. 21, 1874, at 
Audenshaw. School, Nottingham high (Mr J. Gow). Matric. 
Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896. Assistant Master at Haverfordwest 
Grammar School, 1896. Author of The Freshers' Don't (by 'a 
Sympathiser'). To be distinguished from a namesake {1864- 
1938) who devoted his life to the welfare of the deaf. 

STORY, EDWIN. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 26, 1849. S. of 
William, writer, of Hedon, Yorks. (and Mary). B. at Hedon. 
Bapt. Mar. 1, 1826. School, Shrewsbury (Dr Kennedy). 
Matric. Michs. 1849; B.A. 1853; M.A. 1857. F.G.S.; F.R.A.S., 
1867. Died Feb. 1, 1886, aged 58, in Stoke Newington. 
(Eagle, XIV. 314; The Guardian, Feb. 10, 1886.) 

STORY, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. i, 1846. [Eldest 
s. of James Hamilton (next) (and Sarah Thorpe, only dau. of 
Henry Waymouth). [B. 1828.] School, King's CoUege, 
London. Matric. Michs. 1846; B.A. 1850; M.A. 1853. Adm. 
ad eundem, at Oxford, i860. M.A., Trinity College, Dublm, 
i860. F.Z.S. Of Ture, Co. Cavan, and Errington, Co. Tyrone. 
Capt., Cavan Militia. J. P. for Cavan and Tyrone, High 
Sheriff of Co. Cavan, i860. Knight Commander of the Order 
of Charles III of Spam. Died, unmarried, Feb. 4, 1894. 
(Al. Oxon. ; Burke, L.G. of Ireland; Walford, County Families.) 

STORY, JAMES HAMILTON. LL.D. 1835, incorp. from Trinity 
College, Dublin. [4th s. of the Rev. Joseph, of Bingfield, Co. 
Cavan (and Sarah, dau. of Robert Bogle Delap, of Kingston, 
Jamaica). B. Apr. 23, 1788.] Adm. at Trinity CoUege, Dublin, 
May 5, 1809; B.A., Dublin, 1814; LL.B. and LL.D., Dublin, 
1832. Adm. ad eundem, at Oxford, June 7, 1834. Adm. at 
King's Inn, Dublin, Jan. 12, 1819. Called to the Bar, Gray's 
Inn, 1827. Of Relagh Lodge, Co. Tyrone, J. P. High Sheriff, 
1822. Married, June 1, 1826, Sarah Thorpe, only child of 
Henry Waymouth, of Bryanston Square. Died in 1863. 
Father of the above. (Al. Oxon.; Burke, L.G. of Ireland.) 

STORY, JOHN. Adm. at Christ's, Jan. 12, 1797- [Doubtless 
John Lacock, eldest s. of Philip Laycock (1766) . B. Sept. 30, 
1779.] Name in study entry until Mar. 1797. Married Sophia, 
sister of Sir C. Knightley, Bart., and had issue. Died Aug. 8, 
1797, in Castlegate, Nottingham. Doubtless brother of 
Philip L. (1800). (G. Mag., 1797, 11. 716; Burke, L.G.) 

STORY, JOHN. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 1886. [4th] s. of Henry 
John, of St John's Wood, London. B. Nov. 5, 1867. Schools, 
St John's Wood and Tonbridge. Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 
1889; M.A. 1893. Assistant Master at Oakham School, 
Rutland, 1891-1919- Died Mar. 6, 1953. Brother of William 
H. (1880). [Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; Venn, 11, 4S6; Schoolmasters' 
Directories.) 



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Story, Philip [Laycock] 

STORY, PHILIP [LAYCOCK]. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Apr. 23, 
1766. Of Notts. Matric. Michs. 1766; B.A. 1770; M.A. 1773. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1777; priest (Archbp. of York) 1776. 
V. of Lockington, Leics., 1777-1819, and R. of Walton-on- 
the-Wolds, 1776-1813. Grandson and heir of Philip Lacock, 
of Woodborough, Notts., whose estates at Lockington, 
Kegworth, Woodborough, etc., were bequeathed to him. Of 
Lockington Hall, Leics. Assumed the additional name of 
Lacock. J. P. for Leics. Married, Martha, dau. of the 
Rev. Richard Steevens, R. of Bottesford, Leics. Died May 25, 
1819, aged 72. Father of Philip L. (next), and doubtless of 
John (1797). {Northants. Clergy, xin. 93; G. Mag., 1819, i. 
583.) 

STORY, PHILIP [LAYCOCK]. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 17, 

1800, as Philip. [2nd s. of the Rev. Philip Laycock (above), 
V. of Lockington, Leics.] B. Sept. 9, 1782. Matric. Michs. 

1801. Migrated to Jesus, Nov. 18, 1802; B.A. 1804; M.A. 
1810. Ord. deacon (Lincohi) June 1, 1806; priest (Peterb.) 
Apr. 24, 1808. C. of Walton-on-the-VVolds, Leics., 1806. V. of 
Fawsley, Northants., 1808-10. R. of Walton-on-the-Wolds, 
Leics., 1813-18; resigned. R. of Byfield, Northants., 1813-18. 
Married, Dec. 20, i8o6, at Beddington, Surrey, Lydia, youngest 
dau. of Sir Francis Baring, Bart., and had issue. Resided 
latterly at Brighton. Died Aug. 27, 1843, aged 61, at Baden 
Baden. Doubtless brother of John (i797). {St John's Coll. 
Atiiii.,iv.4g7; Foster, Index Eccles.; Northants. Clergy, 
xiii. 93; O. Mag., 1843, II. 670; Burke, L.G. of Ireland.) 

STORY, WILLIAM. Adm. at Jesus, xNov. 28, 1781; M.A. 1782, 
incorp. from Oxford. Matric. from Wadham College, Oxford, 
Nov. 4, 1752, age iS; B.A. (Oxford) 1758. [S. of Robert, of 
Holywell, Oxford.] R. of Hinton-.Martel, and R. of West 
Parley, Dorset, 1793-7. Died in 1797. (Al. Oxon.; Hutchins, 
in. 143.) 

STORY, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. at Caius, Oct. r, 1880. S. of 
Henry John, of St John's Wood, London. B. Nov. 28, i86i, 
in London. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1880; 
{17th Wrangler, 1883); B.A. 1884; M.A. 1888. Assistant 
Master at Marlborough CoUege, 1885-9. A.M.I. E.E., 1905. 
Partner in Messrs Wilson and Story, consulting engineers. 
Died Jan. 5, 1947, at Westcott, Dorking. Brother of John 
(1886). {List of Carthusians; Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Venn, 
u. 445; The Times, Jan. 8, 1947.) 

STORY-MASKELYNE, ANTHONY ST JOHN. Adm. at King's, 
Jan. 30, 1880. [Eldest] s. of Edmund Mervin Booth, barrister, 
of Lydiard Millicent, Wilts, (and .Martha B., dau. of Thomas 
Russell, of Beaminster, Dorset). B. July 31, 1861. School, 
Rugby. Matric. Lent, i88o; B.A. 1884. In the Diplomatic 
Service, 1884-5. Medical Student at St Bartholomew's 
Hospital, 1885-9. Appointed to the Public Record Office, 
1890; Senior Assistant Keeper in 1936. Resided at The 
Hermitage, Box, Wilts. Died Feb. 19, 1938, at 15, Churston 
Mansions, Gray's Inn Road, London; buried at Purton, 
WUts. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; King's Coll. Reg., 116; The Times, 
Feb. 23, 1938.) 

STOTE (post STOTE-BLANDY), ARTHUR WILLIAM. Matric. 
Non-Coil., Michs. 1895. [3rd] s. of Arthur, schoolmaster, of 
Swindon [and .'inne, dau. of George Mayne Jenvey]. B. 
there, Jan. 19, 1873. Migrated to Caius, Oct. i, 1896; B.A. 
1898; M.A. 1903. Ord. deacon (Durham) 1898; priest, 1899; 
C. of Christ Church, Gateshead, 1898-1900. C. of St Michael 
and A. A., Bournemouth, 1900-5. C. of Wimbome Minster, 
1905-8. V. of Holy Trinity, Trowbridge, 1908-18. P.C. of 
Colehill, Dorset, 1918-46. Hon. Canon of Salisbury, 1940. 
Changed his name to Stote-Blandy, 1934. Married, 1902, 
Margaretta Graham, only dau. of Graham John Blandy, of 
Quinta da Levada, Funchal, Madeira, and 16, .Mark Lane, 
London, and had issue. Author, The Healing of Christ's 
Wounds. Latterly of Wimbome, Dorset, where he died 
Dec. 18, 1950. (A. W. Stote-Blandy; Venn, 11. 546; Crockford; 
Fox-Da vies, Armorial Families; The Times, Dec. 20, 1950.) 

STOTESBURY, HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 11, 
1898; an 'Advanced student.' S. of James Clay. B. June 25, 
1877, in Philadelphia, U.S.A. School, Pennsylvania Univer- 
sity. Matric. Michs. 1898. 

STOTHART, JAMES BELL. Adm. (age 18) at Trinity Hall, 
1885. S. of J. W., banker, of Stockton-on-Tees. Matric. 
Michs. 1885; B.A. 188S; M.A. 1893. .\dm. Solicitor, 1894; 
practised in London (Messrs Stothart and Bannerman, 43, 
London WaU). (Law Lists.) 

STOTHERT, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Oct. 16, 
1834. S. of William [of Cargen, Kirkcudbright]. B. Jan. i, 
1817, in Edinburgh. School, private. Matrio. Michs. 1834. 
Migrated to Sidney, Oct. 23, 1838. 



Stoup, William 

STOTHERT, JOHN KENDALL. Matric. Non-Coil., Michs. 1882. 
[2nd s. of the Rev. Samuel Kelson (Worcester College, Oxford, 
1847), R. of Ordsall, Notts.] M.I.E.E. Married, July 14, 1896, 
Annie Laurie, youngest dau. of John Henry Bell, of Itchen 
Ferry. Died Oct. 17, 1937, aged 76, at Sidmouth; buried at 
Sidbury. (The Times, Oct. 19, 1937.) 

STOTHERT, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 8, 1825. 
Of Middlesex. Educated privately. Matric. Michs. 1825; 
B.A. 1832. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 20, 1835; priest, 
Dec. 18, 1836; C. of Leighton-Bromswold, Hunts., 1842-5. 
P.C. of St Day, Cornwall, 1846-54. Inc. of Forest Chapel with 
Wildboarclough, Cheshire, 1855-6. Inc. of Emmanuel 
Church, Bolton, Lanes., 1856-65. V. of Thorpe-Hesley, Yorks., 
1865-81. Author, Plain Reasons for adhering to the Church of 
England, by Philalethes. Disappears from Crockford, 1888. 
(Clergy List.) 

STOTT, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 5, 1856. S. of 
George Louis, manufacturing-chemist. B. at Bristol. Bapt. 
May 7, 1835. Matric. Michs. 1856. Migrated to Magdalene, 
Jan. 14, 1S58. 

STOTT, JAMES AUGUSTINE. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1888. S. of the Rev. John (St Bees, 1857), V. of 
Walmsley, near Bolton-le-Moors. B. .-^ug. 31, 1869, at 
Rawtenstall. School, Manchester Grammar. Matric. Michs. 
1888; B.A. 1891; M.A. 1926. Ord. deacon (Truro), 1892; 
priest, 1S94; C. of Callington, Cornwall, 1892-4. C. of 
Withington, Lanes., 1894-8. C. of Rastrick, Yorks., 1898-: 
1902. C. of St Luke's, Manningham, 1902-7. C. of Christ 
Church, Upper Armley, Leeds, 1907-8. C. of Chertsey, 
Surrey, 1908-10. C. of St Paul's, Kingston Hill, 1910-12. 
Lecturer of Watford, 1912-15. Chaplain of Wilts. County 
asylum, Devizes, 1915-23. C. of Monks Kirby with Withy- 
brook, Wanvs., 1923-5. V. of Comard Magna, Suffolk, 1925-8. 
R. of Chilton, Berks., 1928-50. (Crockford.) 
STOTT, JAMES PILKINGTON. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1895 
S. of James, manufacturer, of Pleasington, Blackburn, 
deceased [and Margaret CoUister]. B. there, Feb. 18, 1876, 
School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898; M.A. 
1907. Assistant Master at Uppingham School, 1900-6; 
Head Master of Seabrook Lodge prep. School, Hythe, 1907- 
39. Residing at 27, Upper Brighton Road, Worthing, in 1950. 
(Uppingham Sch. Roll; Venn, 11. 545; Schoolmasters' 
Directories.) 
STOTT-STANHOPE, HERBERT (1864), see STANHOPE. 
STOUGHTON, CHARLES WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, .May 29, 1841, as 'James William.' [2nd] s. of 
Thomas [Anthony] [of Owlpen, Gloucs., and Ballyhorgan, 
Co. Kerry (and Mary, dau. of Thomas Daunt, of Owlpen and 
Gortigrenane).] B. [Oct. 20, 1823], at Cheltenham. School, 
Middlesex (private). Matric Michs. 1841. Of Ballynoe, Co. 
Kerry, J. P. and D.L. Married, 1854, Percy Georgina Laura, 
dau. of George Bagot Gosset, 4th Dragoon Guards, and had 
issue. Died Oct. 7, 1889. (Burke, L.G. of Ireland.) 
STOUGHTON, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Dec. 8, 
1786. Of Norfolk. [Doubtless s" of Peter, of Wvmondham 
(and Elizabeth Clarke).] Matric. Michs. 1787; Scholar, 1788; 
B.A. 1791. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Mar. 20, 1791; priest 
(Ely, Liu. dim. from Norwich) Apr. 8, 1792. C. of Foxley and 
Sparham, Norfolk, 1791; R. there, 1792-1839. Married, 
Diana, dau. of Col. Richard Lloyd, East Norfolk militia, of 
Bawdeswell Hall, Norfolk. Disappears from Clergy List, 
1840. Father of Roger (1834). (T. A. Walker, 451, sub his 
son; Harleian Soc. xci. 216.) 
STOUGHTON, JOHN WILBERFORCE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 20, 1893. S. of Thomas Wilberforce, publisher, of Upper 
Norwood, London (and Maxwell Gordon Lindsay Thomson). 
B. Apr. 28, 1875, at Norwood. School, Oliver's Mount, 
Scarborough. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1901. Married, 
Sept. 9, 1903, Marion, dau. of Pastor Julius Rohrbach, of 
Charlottenburg, Germany. Died in 19 19. (F. P. White.) 

STOUGHTON, ROGER. Adni. pens, at Peterhouse, Dec. 11, 
1834; from St Mary Hall, Oxford, whence he had Matric. 
Mar. 21, 1827, age 19. [Eldest s. of the Rev. James (1786) 
R. of Sparham, Norfolk.] Matric. Lent, 1835. (T. A. Walker, 
451; Al. Oxon.) 

STOUP, JOHN. -■Vdm. sizar (age 18), at Trinity, June 21, 1786. 
S. of [the Rev.] Richard, of Woolsthorpe, Lines. [B. Dec. 15, 
1767, at Harston, Leics.] School, Charterhouse, London. 
Matric. Michs. 1786. Migrated to Emmanuel, Apr. 14, 1790- 
Brother of the next. (Al. Cartkus.) 

STOUP, WILLIAM. \dva. sizar at St John's, Nov. 20, 1792- 
3rd s. of the Rev. — [Richard], R. of Harston, Leics. School, 
Grantham. .Matric. Michs. 1793. Resided six terms; name 
off, October 1795, with the note 'dead.' Brother of the above. 
(.St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 497.) 



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Stout, George Frederick 

STOUT, GEORGE FREDERICK. Adin. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. II, 1879. S. of George, shipping insurance-agent (and 
Eliza). B. Jan. 6, i860, at Westoe, Durham. Matric. Michs. 
• 1879; Scholar, 1881; (Classical Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1881; 
Pt II, ist Class, 1882; Moral Sci. Trip., ist Class, 1883); 
B.A. 1883; M.A. 1886. Fellow, 1884; Hon. Fellow, 1927. 
University Lecturer in Moral Science, 1894-6. Hon. D.Litt., 
Durham, 1923; Hon. LL.D., Aberdeen, 1899; F.B.A. 1903. 
Gifiord Lecturer at Edinburgh University, 1919-21 ; Anderson 
Lecturer in Comparative Psychology at Aberdeen University, 
1896-8; Wilde Reader in Mental Philosophy at Oxford, 1898- 
1903. Professor of Logic and Metaphysics at St Andrews, 
1903-36. Married, July 20, 1899, Ella, 2nd dau. of the Rev. 
W. T. Ker, Free Church Minister, of Deskford, Banffshire. 
Incorporated at Corpus Christi College, O.xford, 1898. 'In- 
corporas te, Corpulente, Corpari; Recte facis; fiasque cor- 
pulentior.' Author, A Manual of Psychology; Groundwork of 
Psychology; Mind and Matter; Analytic Psychology; Studies 
in Philosophy and Psychology. Sometime editor of Mind, 
1891-1920. Died Aug. 18, 1944, at Sydney, N.S.W. 
Brother of the next {Schoolmasters' Directories; Who's Who; 
The Times, Aug. 19, 1944-) 

STOUT, JOSEPH FRANKLAND. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 9, 1886. S. of George, marine insurance-agent, of South 
Shields, Durham (and Eliza Frankland). B. there Aug. 23, 
1867. Schools, Union British (Mr J. Thomas) and Charlotte 
Terence (C. H. Addison). Matric. Michs. 1886; Scholar, 1889; 
B.A. (Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1889; M.A. 1920. Tutor at 
the University Correspondence College, Cambridge for many 
years; edited classical authors for the University tutorial 
press. Died July 31, 1932, in Cambridge. Brother of the 
above. (Eagle, xlvii. 190; Cambridge Review, Oct. 14, 1932.) 

STOVIN, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Peterhouse, July 8, 
1771. Eldest, s. of James, J. P., of Shooter's Hill, Rossington, 
Yorks. [and Margaret, dau. of Richard Walker, Mayor of 
DoncasterJ. School, Pocklington. Matric. Easter, 1772; 
Scholar, 1773; B.A. 1776; M.A. 1779; D.D. 1800. Fellow 
1779. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1777. R- of Rossington, Yorks., 
1783-1833. J. P. for the W. Riding of Yorks. and for Lines. 
Married, Oct. 16, 1790, — , dau. of Charles Rivington. Died 
Aug. 13, 1833, aged 78, in Hans Place, Chelsea. {T. A. 
Walker, 334; G. Mag., 1833, ii, 281; Northants Clergy.) 

STOVIN, JAMES. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, May 31, 1825. 
Of Notts. Matric. Michs. 1825; Scholar; B.A. 1829; M.A. 
1834. V. of Beckingham, Notts., 1845-54. Disappears from 
Clergy List, 1855. 

STOVIN, RICHARD HENRY. Adm. pens, at Clare, July 2, 1791. 
B. [June, 1774], at Withem, Lines. [S. of Richard and 
Susanna. School, Louth.] Matric. iMichs. 1792. Owned land 
at Withem, and farmed there. Descended from Sir William 
Temple. Died Jan. 15, 1818 at Bath. (P. B. G. Binnall; 
Some Louth Gr. Sch. Boys.) 

STOW, ALEXANDER MONTAGUE. Adm. (age 18) at Pembroke, 
Oct. 1, 1891. Eldest s. of Montague Haslam (1865), attorney, 
of 12, Maresfield Gardens, Hampstead. B. there, Dec. 13, 
1873. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. (Class. 
Trip., PtI, ist Class) 1894; (PtII, ist Class, 1895). Entered the 
I.C.S. 1896; served in the Punjab as Settlement officer; 
Deputy Commissioner, 1909; Settlement Commissioner, 
Jammu and Kashmir State, 1914. Commissioner, Rawalpindi 
Division, 1916. Chief Commissioner of Delhi, 1926. .Member 
of Governor's Executive Council, Punjab, 1928. K.C.I. E., 
1930. Married, Dec. 30, 1907, Violet, eldest dau. of J. Benton, 
CLE., Inspector-General of Irrigation in India. Latterly of 
Netherwood, Newbury, Berks. Died June 27, 1936. (Who 
was Who; India Office List.) 

STOW, FENWICK WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. i, 
1859. [Eld.] s. of William Fenwick, of Red HaU [Roundhay], 
Leeds. B. there. Mar. 23, 1841. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. i860; Scholar, 1863; B.A. {10th Classic) 1864; M.A. 
1867. Assistant Master at Charterhouse, 1865-6. Ord. deacon 
(Canterbury) 1867; priest, 1868; C. of Holy Trinity, Tunbridge 
Wells, 1867-9. C. of Hawsker, Yorks., 1869-71. C. of 
Harpenden, Herts., 1871-3. V. of Aysgarth, Yorks., 1873- 
1904. Married, 1868, Louisa Martha, eldest dau. of Capt. 
Arthur Robinson, Madras Army. Died suddenly in Edinburgh, 
July 24, 1904. Brother of the next. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; 
Crockford; The Times, July 27, 1904; R. L. Arrowsmith.) 

STOW, MONTAGUE HASLAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 10, 
1865. S. of William Fenwick, of Ripon, Yorks. B. July 21, 
1847, at Whinmoor, Yorks. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 
1866; B.A. 1870; M.A. 1873. Cricket 'blue,' 1867-9; Capt., 
1869. Adm. Solicitor, 1873; (Messrs Stow, Preston and 
Lyttelton, 35, Lincoln's Inn Fields). Died Sept. 7, 1911, in 
Scotland. Father of Alexander M. (1891); brother of the 
above. (Harrow Sch. Reg. add.; Book of Blues; Law Lists; 
The Times, Sept. 9, 191 1.) 



Strabolgi, Baron 

STOW (orSTOWE), NEVILE. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, 
July 2, 1754. [2ndJ s. of Darwin, of Fenton, Lines. School, 
Rampton, Notts. Bapt. at Kettlethorpe, Dec. 30. 1735- 
Matric. Michs. 1755; B.A. 1759; M.A. 1766. Usher at 
Dulwich College, 1771-81; Master, 1781-1810; Fellow of 
Dulwich CoUege. Died Feb. 17, 1810, aged 75. (G. Mag., 
1810, I. 290; Maddison, Lines. Pedigrees; Dulwich Coll. Reg.) 

STOW, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Mar. 30, 
1771. S. of John, of York. School, York. Matric. Michs. 
1771 ; Scholar, 1773; Died at York, whilst an undergraduate, 
Sept. 14, 1774; buried at St Helen's, Stonegate. M.I. 
(R. Shilleto.) 

STOW (post STOW-LUNDIE), WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, June 30, 1791. Of Northumberland. [Eldest] s. 
of Blake [post Stow-Lundie], of Hutton Spittal, Berwick- 
on-Tweed. [Bapt. Dec. 21, 1773.] School, Edinburgh. Matric. 
Michs. 1792; B.A. 1796. Ord. deacon (Norwich) July 9, i797; 
as William Stow Lundie. Died, s.p., 1837, aged 64; buried at 
Ancroft, Northumberland. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv, 498.) 

STOW, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Dec. 14, 1841. 
[Eldest] s. of David, of Ashfield, Glasgow. Matric. Lent, 
1842; B.A. 1846; M.A. 1851. At Glasgow Univ. 1837-41. 
C. of Sherborne, Dorset, 1848. P.C. of DUton Marsh, Wilts., 
1848-50. V. of Avebury with Winterboume-Monkton, 1850-2. 
Died Apr. 28, 1852, aged 28, in Hans Place, Chelsea. (T. A. 
Walker, 476; Clergy List; G. Mag. 1852, i. 529, which gives 
died Apr. 22.) 

STOWE, HAROLD STEED. Adm. pens, at Downing, Sept. 10, 
1893. [Youngest s. of George Sully, of Cardiff.] School, 
Cardiff CoUege. .Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1898; M.A. 1902, 
Adm. at the .Middle Temple, Jan. 25, 1895. Called to the Bar, 
Jan. 26, 1899. Clerk of Assize, South-Eastem Circuit. Of 
Hare Court, Temple, in 1949. (Scott MSS.; Law Lists.) 

STOWE, HENRY JOHN DAYRELL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Mar. 26, 1852. Of Bucks. [S. of William, surgeon, of 
Buckingham. B. Aug. 6, 1832.] School, Cheltenham College. 
Matric. Michs. 1852; B.A. 1856; M.A. 1863. (Cheltenham Coll. 
Reg.) 

STOWE, SOLOMON JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, 
Feb. 26, 1828. S. of Solomon. B. in the Isle of St Vincent, 
West Indies. School, Surrey (private). Matric. Michs. 1828; 
B.A. 1832; M.A. 1835. In Holy Orders. Of Oakham in 1841. 
Disappears from Clergy List, 1842. 

STOWELL, HUGH. Adm. pens, at Caius, May 22, 1856. S. of 
the Rev. J[ohn] Lamotte (Queen's College, Oxford, 1822), V. 
of St German, Isle of Man. B. July 17, 1836, at Castletown. 
School, King William's College, Isle of Man. .Matric. Michs. 
1856; B.A. i860. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 1861; priest, 
1862; C. of Poulton-le-Fylde, Lanes., 1861-4. C. of Norbury, 
Cheshire, 1870-4. Chaplain to Philip's Park cemetery, 
Manchester, 1874-1915. Latterly of 11, Cedar Grove, Heaton 
Chapel, Stockport. Died in 1917. (King William's Coll. Reg.; 
Venn, 11. 331; Crockford.) 

STOWELL, REGINALD. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 16, 
1890. S. of the Rev. Thomas Alfred (Queen's College, Oxford, 
1850), of Chorley, Lanes., (and Eomia Tatham). B. June 20, 
1871, at Salford. School, Sedbergh (.Mr H. G. Hart). Matric. 
Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893; M.A. 1905. Ord. deacon (Southwell) 
1896; priest, 1897; C. of Wirksworth, Derbs., 1896-1901. 
C. of Chorley, Lanes., 1901-7. C.-in-charge of Cleveleys, 
1907-8. V. of Burton-in-Lonsdale, Yorks., 1908-37. Hon. 
Canon of Bradford, 1932. Latterly of 49, Wennington Road, 
Southport. Died Mar. 23, 1940. (Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; 
Crockford; The Times, Mar. 28, 1940.) 

STOWERS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 28, 1831. 
Of .Middlesex. [Doubtless s. of Thomas, of St Sepulchre's, 
London.] Matric. Michs. 183 1. (R. L. Arrowsmith. ) 

STOYLE (post BLIN-STOYLE), WILLIAM BLIN. Adm. pens, at 
Sidney, Jan. 18, 1888. S. of William, postmaster, of Crediton, 
Devon. B. Oct. 17, 1862, at Exeter. School, Wesleyan 
CoUege, Richmond (.Mr Sanderson). Matric. Lent, 1888. 
Migrated to St Catharine's, Jan. 16, 1889; B.A. 1891; M.A. 
1895. Changed his names to Bernard Blin-Stoyle, 1891. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) 1892; priest, 1893; C. of Alford, Lines., 
1892-3,0. of Mumby, 1893-5; V. there, 1895-7. Lie. Pr., 
dio. of Peterb., 1900-8, 1910-13. V. of Thorpe Acre with 
Dishley, Leics., 1913-18. Disappears from Crockford, 1919. 
(Changes of Name.) 

STRABOLGI, Baron (1874), see KENWORTHY, CUTHBERT 
MATTHIAS. 



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Stracey, Claud Edward 

STRACEY (post STRACEY-CLITHEROW), CLAUD EDWARD. 

Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 1S73. [2nd] s. of the 
Rev. William [James] (183S), of Buxton, Nonvich [and 
Maria Diana, dau. of Lieut. -Gen. James Claud Bourchier, of 
Lavant House, Chichester]. B. [Mar. 29], 1855, at Lavant 
Hill, Sussex. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1873. Lieut., 
96th Foot (Manchester Regt.), 1876; Capt., 1885; transferred 
to Scots Guards, 1887. In the Egyptian Campaign. Retired, 
i8q6. Married, Oct. 25, 1897, .Alice Maud, dau. of Lord Alfred 
Paget. {Eton Sch. Lists; Army Lists; Burke, P. and B.) 

STRACEY, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Sept. 27, 1788. Of 
Madras. [3rd s. of Sir Edward, ist Bart., of Rackheath 
HaU, Norfolk (and Elizabeth, dau. of Richard Lathom, Esq., 
of Whiston, Lanes., and widow of John Williamson). B. 
Dec. 1770.] Matric. Michs. 1789; Scholar, 1790. Ord. priest 
(Norwich) Dec. 21, 1794. R. of Rackheath, Norfolk, 1797- 
1854. Married, Mar., 1814, Sophia Anne, youngest dau. and 
heiress of Edmund Mapes, Esq., of Rollesby HaU, Norfolk, 
and had issue; succeeded his brother. Sir Edward Hardinge 
John, as 3rd Bart., July 15, 1851. Died Dec. 27, 1854. 
Brother of the next half-brother of Henry (1803). (B\irke, 
P. and B.; Clergy List.) 

STRACEY, HARDINGE CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
May I, 1787. Of the East Indies. [2nd s. of Sir Edward, 
ist Bart., of Rackheath Hall, Norfolk (and Elizabeth, dau. of 
Richard Lathom, of Whiston, Lanes.). B. 1769.] Matric. 
Micfis. 1787; LL.B. 1794. Died May 5, 1816. Brother of the 
above; half-brother of the next. (Burke, P. and B.) 

STRACEY, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pembroke, Apr. 23, 
1803. [7th] s. of Sir Edward, ist Bart., of Rackheath, 
Norfolk. B. [Aug. 7, 1785] there. [School, Charterhouse.] 
Migrated to Jesus, Feb. 19, 1805. Joined the 3rd Foot 
Guards, 1803; i8th Light Dragoons, 1806; 25th Foot, 1807; 
i2th Foot, 1815; 25th Foot, 1817; 3rd Dragoon Guards, 
1820; retired as Captain, 1821. Died c. 1828. Half-brother 
of George (178S) and the above. (R. L. Arrowsmith.) 

STRACEY, KINGSTON. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Magdalene, 
July lo, 1867. [7th] s. of [Sir] Henry [Josias], [5th] Bart., 
M.P., Capt., R. Dragoons, of Rackheath Hall, Norfolk (and 
Charlotte, dau. of George Denne, of the Paddock, Canterbury). 
[B. June 29, 1849.] School, Bromsgrove. Matric. Michs. 
1867; B.A. 1872. Of Rackheath HaU, NorfoUc. Died, un- 
married, Apr. 9, i886. Brother of the next. {Bromsgrove 
Reg., 59; Burke, P. and B.) 

STRACEY, RANDOLPH HARBORD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity Hall, May 5, 1876. [8th] s. of Sir Henry 'Jonas' 
[Josias], [5th] Bart. (M.P., Capt., R. Dragoons) (and Char- 
lotte, dau. of George Denne, of the Paddock, Canterbury). 
[B. Apr. 12, 1857.] Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. 1883. Died, 
unmarried, Aug. 1906. Brother of the above. (Burke, 
P. and B.) 
STRACEY, WILLIAM (1791), see STRACY. 
STRACEY (post STRACEY-CLITHEROW), WILLIAM JAMES. 
Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 10, 1838. [2nd s. of John, of 
Sprowston, Norfolk (and Emma EUzabeth, dau. of Christopher 
Clitherow, of Birds Place, Herts.). B. .\ug. 8, 1821. School, 
Bury St Edmunds.] Migrated to Magdalene, Oct. 15, 1839- 
Matric. Michs. 1839; B.A. 1843; M.A. 1846. FeUow, 1846-9. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1S45; priest, 1846; C. of Skeyton, 
NorfoUc, 1846-7; R. there, 1855-72, and R. of Oxnead with 
Buxton, 1855-89. Married, .^ug. 8, 1849, Maria Diana, dau. 
of Lieut. -Gen. James Claud Bourchier, of Lavant House, 
Chichester. Assumed, by Royal Licence, Oct. 27, 1900, the 
additional surname and arms of Clitherow, in compUance with 
the wiU of James CUtherow, of Boston House, Middlesex. 
Author, Short Sermons on the Psalms in their order. Latterly 
of Boston House, Middlesex, where he died June 30, 1912, 
aged 90. Father of Claud E. (1873). {Bury St Edmunds Sch. 
Reg. ; Burke, P. andB.\ Crockford ; Scott MSS.; The Guardian , 
July 5, 1912-) 
STRACHAN, EDWARD STANLEY. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. 
1898. S. of James Ed. (and Elizabeth) [of Clapham Park, 
London, S.W.]. B. July 25, 1879, in London. School, 
Merchant Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 1898. In his father's 
business of a wine-merchant. Ser\'ed in the Great War, 1914- 
19 (Second Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and Derby 
Regt., T.F.); kiUed in action, Oct. 14, 1915- (Merchant 
Taylors' Sch. Reg., which gives kiUed Oct. 14, 1918; Univ. 
War List.) 
STRACHAN, JAMES. Adm. at Clare, July 8, 1899. [S. of 
James, of South Seafield, Aberdeen. B. Sept. 29, 1879, at 
Aberdeen. School, .Aberdeen Grammar. At Aberdeen Univer- 
sity [1895-9; M.A.; B.Sc. 1899]. Matric. Michs. 1899; {7th 
Wrangler, 1901); B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt II, ist Class) 1902; 
M.A. 1909. President of the Union, 1903. Assistant Master at 



Strachey, Charles 

the Royal Naval College, Osborne, 1903-9; at Merchant 
Taylors' School, 1910. H.M. Inspector of Schools (Board of 
Education), 1911-19; Divisional Inspector, 1919-33-. Of 
Bishop's Stortford, Herts., in 1940. {Aberdeen Gr. Sch. Roll; 
Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

STRACHAN, JAMES ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 8, 1869. S. of James Greethead, gent, (and Elizabeth). 
B. [June 6, 1850], at Cheltenham. Bapt. July 3, 1850. 
[Schools, Cheltenham College and Cheltenham "Gr amm ar ] 
Matric. Michs. 1869. Ensign, 43rd Foot, 1871; Lieut., 1871; 
Capt., 1879, Oxfordshire Light Infantry; Major, 1886; 
Lieut. -Colonel, 1896; retired, 1905. Died Nov. 2, 1941, 
at Cheltenham. {Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; Army Lists; The 
Times, Nov. 4, 1941.) 

STRACHAN, JAMES FORD. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Jan. 18, 1868. S. of J. F., Esq., of Geelong, Victoria, 
Australia. B. there, Apr. 10, 1849. [School, Norwich.] 
Matric. Lent, 1869. Rowing 'blue,' 1870; athletics 'blue,' 
(100 yards), 1869. Lieut., Oxfordshire Light Infantry. 
Retiuned to Australia, 1870. Sheep, cattle, and horse 
breeder at Ripple Vale, Birregurra, Victoria, interested in 
the advancement of the blind, translating books into the 
BraiUe alphabet. Died Apr. 14, 1925. {Book of Blues.) 

STRACHAN, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pembroke, Oct. 6, 
1881. [O.] s. of Jacob, husbandxnan, of Keith, Banffshire (and 
Ann Kerr). B. there [Jan. 31, 1862]. At .Aberdeen University, 
1877-S1. [M.A. 1881.] .Matric. Michs. 1881; Scholar; (Class. 
Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1883); Person Scholar, 1883; B..\. 
(Class. Trip., Pt II, ist Class) 1885; 2nd ChanceUor's medal, 
1885; M.A. 1889. FeUow, 1886. Hon. LL.D., Aberdeen, 1900. 
Studied Sanskrit and Celtic at Jena. Professor of Greek and 
Comparative PhUology at Owens CoUege, Manchester (and 
Manchester University), 1885-1907; also Professor of Com- 
parative PhUology, 1889-1907. Married, 1886, Mina, eldest 
dau. of Dr James Grant, and had issue. Author, Thesaurus 
Palaeo-Hibernicus; An Introduction to Early Welsh, and 
numerous papers in the Transactions of the Philological 
Society, etc. Died. Sept. 25, 1907, at his residence, Hilton 
Park, Prestwich. {D.N.B.) 

STRACHAN, PATRICK. Adm. pens, at Sr John's, Oct. 13, 1821. 
B. in Forfarshire. School, Bromley (private). Matric. Michs. 
1821. 

STRACHAN, The Rev. WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Nov. 10, 1828; a 'Ten-year man.' In Priest's Orders. 

STRACHAN-CARNEGIE, ALAN BRUCE (1893), see CARNEGIE. 

STRACHEY, ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 8, 
1863. [2nd] s. of Richard [of Ashwick Grove, Somerset] (and 
Anne Maria, dau. of .Alexander PoweU, M.P., of Hurdcott 
House, Wilts.). B. Feb. 20, 1846, at Clifton. School, High- 
gate, London. Matric. Lent, 1864. Married, Nov. 3, 1875, 
Fanny Augusta, onlv dau. of Arthur Phipps, of \Miitstone, 
Shepton MaUet. Died, s.p.. May 28, 1900. Brother of 
Richard C. (1854)- (Burke, P. and B.) 

STRACHEY, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Apr. 3, 
1877. [2nd] s. of Sir John, K.C.S.I., of Calcutta. [B. Dec. 3, 
1858.] School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. and 
LL.B. 1881. CaUed to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1883. Law- 
Reporter at .AUahabad, 1887. FeUow of AUahabad Univer- 
sity, 1889; of Bombay University, 1896. Judge of the High 
Court of Bombay, 1895-8; Chief justice of the High Court of 
the N.W. Provinces of India, 1898; Chief Justice of AUahabad, 
1899-1901. Knighted, 1899. Married, Oct. 22, 1885, Ellen, 
dau. of John ConoUy. Died, s.p.. May 14, 1901, at Simla. 
Brother of the next. {List of Carthusians; Law Lists; Foster, 
Men at the Bar; Who was Who.) 

STRACHEY, CHARLES. Adm. at King's, Oct. 6, 1881. [3rd] s. 
of Sir John, G.C.S.I., Governor of the North West Provinces 
of India (and Katherine Jane, daughter of George Batten) . 
B. Sept. 17, 1862. Matric. Michs. 1881; exhibitioner, 1882. 
Tunior clerk in the Foreign Office, 1885; Secretary to the 
Uganda RaUway Committee, concerned with the construction 
of the raUway from Mombasa to Lake Victoria, 1895-8; 
closely concerned with the affairs of the Niger Co. ; First class 
Clerk, 1898; Principal Clerk, 1907. Member of the West 
African Lands Conamittee, 1912. Member of the Colonial 
Office delegation at the Paris Peace Conference, 1919- C.B., 
1920. Assistant Under-Secretary of state for the Colonies, 
1924-7. K.C.M.G., 1926. Married, July 26, 1893, Ada 
Margaret, dau. of the Rev. Alexander Raleigh, D.D. Died 
Mar 15, 1942, at Bournemouth. Brother of the above. 
(Burke, P. and B.; Who's Who; The Times, Mar. 17, 1942O 



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Strachey, George 

STRACHEY, GEORGE. Adni. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, June 25, 
1792. S. of John (1756), of Marylebone, London (and Anne, 
only dau. of George Wombwell, of Crutched Friars, London). 
B. Aug. 30, 1776. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1793; 
Scholar, 1795; Browne medal, 1795, 1796; B.A. i797; M.A. 
1822. Writer, H.E.I.C.S. in Madras, 1796; Assistant in the 
Military, Secret and Political Dept., 1798; Joint Assay 
Master, 1807. Private Secretary to the Governor, 1808; 
Judge and Magistrate of the ZUlah of Cuddapah, 1809. 
JuniorSecretary to Government, 1812; Chief Secretary, 1813; 
retired, 1824. Died Jan. 17, 1849, at Bownham House, 
Gloucs. Brother of John (1789). (Record of Old Westminsters; 
G. Mag., 1849, I. 329.) 

STRACHEY, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 5, 1848. 
[6th s. of Edward (and grandson of Sir Henry, 1st Bart.), of 
Sutton Court, Somerset (and Jane, only dau. of John KelsaU, 
of Greenwich). B. Aug. 8, 1828.! Matric. Michs. 1848; B.A. 

1853. Resident Minister at the Court of the King of Saxony, 
1890-7. Married (i) June 5, 1857, Anna Maria Georgiana, 
eldest dau. of Richard Strachey, of Ashwick Grove, Oakhill, 
Somerset; (2) Nov. 25, 1862, Catharine, eldest dau. of the 
Rev. John Bazett Doveton (1828), R. of Burnett, Somerset, 
and had issue. Died Feb. 25, 1912. (Burke, P. and B.) 

STRACHEY, GILES LYTTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. 30, 
1899. [4th] s. of Lieut. -Gen. Sir Richard (1892), of 69, 
Lancaster Gate, London. B. [Mar. i], 1880, in London. 
School, Leamington. Matric. Michs. 1899; Scholar, 1902; 
B.A. 1903. Hon. LL.D., Edinburgh. Biographer and man of 
letters. Author, Landmarks in French Literature; Eminent 
Victorians; Queen Victoria; Characters and Commentaries; 
Elizabeth and Essex, etc. Sir Max Beerbohm in his Rede 
Lecture, 1943, said 'the paramount quality' of his prose was 
'Beauty.' Lived at 51, Gordon Square, London, W.C. Died, 
unmarried, Jan. 21, 1932, at Marlborough. (Burke, P. and B.; 
Who was Who; The Times, Jan. 22, 1932; Cambridge Review, 
Jan. 29, 1932.) 

STRACHEY (or STRACHIE), JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, June 16, 1756. [2nd] s. of Henry, of Westminster 
[and Sutton Court, Somersetl (and Helen, dau. of Robert 
Clerk, of Listen Shields, Midlothian). B. July 30, 1738, in 
Edinburgh. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1756; 
Scholar, 1757; B.A. 1760; M.A. 1763; LL.D. 1770. Fellow, 
1761. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1760. Chaplain to Dr Philip 
Yonge, Bishop of Norwich. R. of Erpingham, Norfolk, 1769- 
1818. R. of Thwaite, 1773-1818. Archdeacon of Sufiolk, 
1781. Chaplain to the King, 1774-1818. Preb. of Llandafl, 
1786. Preacher at the Rolls Chapel, 1783-1817. F.S.A. 
Superintended the printing of the Rolls of Parliament from 
Edward I to the 19th year of Henry VII (published in 1777). 
Married, Nov. 14, 1770, Anne, only dau. of George Wombwell, 
of Crutched Friars, London. Died Dec. 17, 1818, at Rams- 
gate. Father of the next and of George (1792). [Record of 
Old Westminsters; Burke, P. and B.; G. Mag., 1818, 11. 631.) 

STRACHEY, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, July 10, 1789. 
[Eldest] s. of [the Rev.] John (above), of Westminster (and 
Anne, only dau. of George Wombwell, of London). B. Apr. 4, 
1773. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1789. Writer, 
H.E.I.C.S., in Bengal, 1791; assistant to the Persian Trans- 
lator and Commissioner of the Court of Requests, 1791; 
Register of Dewanny Adawlut at Tirhoot, 1793; Judge of 
Mymensing, 1800; Judge and Magistrate at Cawnpore, 1803; 
resigned, 1804. Died Nov. 17, 1808, at Mahe, India. Brother 
of George (1792). {Record of Old Westminsters; G. Mag., 1809, 
1. 477.) 

STRACHEY, RICHARD. Hon. LL.D. 1892. [3rd s. of Edward, 
of Blackheath, Kent (and Julia, dau. of Major-Gen. William 
Kirkpatrick, Indian Army). B. July 24, 1817.] Educated at 
Addiscombe. Served in the H.E.I.C. engineers, 1836. Served 
in the Sutlej campaign, 1845-6 (despatches; Brevet Major). 
Secretary to the Governor of the Central Provinces during the 
Mutiny, 1857-8. Secretary to Govt, of India (Public Works 
Dept.), 1861-6 and 1869-71. Lieut. -General, Royal (Bengal) 
Engineers. Inspector-General of Irrigation, 1867. Member of 
Council of India, 1875-89. President, Royal Geographical 
Society, 1887-8. F.R.S., 1854-89; Royal medal, 1897. 
C.S.I. , 1866; G.C.S.I., 1897. Chairman of the East Indian 
Railway Co., 1897; of the .'\ssam-Bengal Railway Co., 1892- 
1907. Member of several Commissions. Married (1) Dec. 27, 

1854, Caroline, dau. of the Rev. George Bowles; (2) Jan. 4, 
1859, Jane Maria, dau. of Sir John Peter Grant, of Rothie- 
murchus. Author, Lectures on Geography; Finances and 
Public Works of India (jointly with his brother, Sir John) 
Died Feb. 12, 1908, in London. Father of Giles L. (1899). 
(Burke, P. and B.; D.N.B.; Who was Who.) 

STRACHEY, RICHARD CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 7, 1854. [Eldest s. of Richard, of Ashwick Grove, 
Somerset (and Anne Maria, dau. of Alexander Powell, M.P., 
of Hurdcott House, Wilts.). B. Nov. 2, 1835.] School, Eton. 



Straghan, John Inge 

Migrated to Corpus Christi, Aug. 4, 1854. Matric. Michs. 
1854. Of Ashwick Grove. J. P. for Somerset. Married, Mar. 25, 
1857, Charlotte Lindsay, dau. of Ralph Barchard Hankin, 
of Bedford, and had issue. Died July 30, 1901. Brother of 
Alexander (1863). (Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, P. and B.; 
Walford, County Families.) 

STRACHIE, JOHN (1756), see STRACHEY. 

STRACY (post STRACEY), WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 22, 1791. Of Surrey. Matric. Michs. 1791; Scholar, 
1791; B.A. 1795. Ord. deacon (Winchester) May 22, 1796; 
priest, Dec. 31, 1797. V. of Ugborough, Devon, 1803-10, and 
R. of Stoke-in-Teignhead until 1810. Died Nov. 29, 1828, 
aged 55. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 498; Clerical Guide; 
Foster, Index Eccles.; G. Mag., 1828, 11. 571.) 

STRADBROKE, EARL OF (1880), see ROUS, G. E. J. M. 

STRADLING, EDWARD WILLIAM LYTE. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, July 21, 1882. S. of William John Lyte [Skynner] 
(1855)], gent, (and Maria Susannah). B. 1863, at 9, The 
Grove, Milton, Kent. School, St Edward's, Oxford (Mr A. B. 
Simeon). Matric. Michs. 1882. Kept five terms. (St Edward's 
Sch. Roll.) 

STRADLING, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, Aug. 11, 
1898. S. of John, dairyman, of Bridg%vater, Somerset (and 
Susan Coles). B. June 21, 1879, at Culmstock, Devon. 
School, Devon County, South Molton. Matric. Michs. 1898; 
B.A. 1901; M..\. 1907. Assistant Master at St Andrew's 
School, Eastbourne, 1901-4; at the Royal Naval College, 
Osborne, 1904-20; at the Dragon School, Oxford, 1920-36. 
Of Charlbury Road, Oxford. Died Dec. 18, 1936, at Oxford. 
(Schoolmasters' Directories; The Times, Dec. 19, 1936.) 

STRADLING, WILLIAM JOHN LYTE SKYNNER. Adm. pens, 
at St John's, July 5, 1855. S. of William, gent, (and Mercy 
Parsons). B. at Chilton-super-Polden, Somerset. Bapt. 
Apr. 3, 1836. Matric. Michs. 1855; LL.B. 1859; LL.M. 1868. 
Ord. deacon and priest (Exeter) 1870; C. of Axminster, 
Devon, 1870-1. V. of Marloes, Pemb., 1873-89. R. of 
Herbrandston, 1889-1901. Married, (2) Jan. 29, 1889, Edith 
Beatrice, 5th dau. of G. W. Davis, Esq., deceased, of Tre- 
warren, Pemb. Died Feb. 10, 1901. Father of Edward W. L. 
(1882). (Eagle, xxiii. 237; Crockford.) 

STRAFFEN, GEORGE MARTIN. Adm. sizar at Christ's, June 9, 
185 1. S. of John, late schooknaster. B. [Nov. 23, 1832], at 
Catterick, Richmond, Yorks. School, King William's College, 
Isle of Man. Matric. Michs. 1851; Scholar, 1852; B.A. 1855; 
M.A. i860. Hulsean Lecturer, 1874. Ord. deacon (Hereford) 
1859; priest (Canterbury) i860; C. of St Michael-le-Belfrey, 
York, 1859-62. C. of Escrick. P.C. of St James, Clifton, 
York, 1867-9. V. of St Philip and St James, Clifton, York, 
1869-76. R. of Tillington, Sussex, 1876-1910. Author, Sin 
as setfoHh in Holy Scripture. Died Sept. 27, 1910. Brother of 
the next. (King William's Coll. Reg.; Clergy List; Peile, 11. 
520; Crockford; Christ's College obit, notices.) 

STRAFFEN, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, May 22, 
1857. S. of John. B. [Nov. 25, 1834] at Catterick, Yorks. 
School, King William's College, Isle of Man. Matric. Michs. 
1857; B.A. 1861. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1862; priest, 1863. 
C. of Fenny Compton, Warws., 1866-7. R. of Lewes, Sussex, 
1867-80. V. of Ashley Green, Bucks., 1880-4. V. of Evesham, 
Worcs., 1884-95. Rural Dean, 1887-94. Married, Eliza, dau. 
of William Ingelow, of Boston, Lines., and sister of Jean 
Ingelow, and had issue, a daughter, Dora, to whom there is 
reference in Some Recollections of Jean Ingelow. Resided 
latterly in London, where he died Nov. 30, 1897. Brother of 
the above. (King William's Coll. Reg.; Crockford; The Times, 
Dec. 2, 1897.) 

STRAFORD, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, June 2, 1852. Of Gloucs. Matric. Michs. 1852; 
B.A. 1856. 

STRAGHAN, ABEL ANDREWS. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
July 5, 1826. Of Stanwick, Northants. [S. of the Rev. 
William Gibbes (Christ Church, Oxford (1802).] Matric. 
Michs. 1826; B.A. 1830. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1832; priest 
(Peterb.) 1833. Assistant Minister at the Octagon Chapel, 
Bath. Chaplain of the City Gaol, Bath, -1841-59; Assistant 
C. of the Abbey, Bath, 1849-52. Disappears from Clergy List, 
i860 and from Crockford, 1865. Brother of the next. 
(Northants. Clergy, xin. 95.) 

STRAGHAN, JOHN INCE. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 22, 
1830. B. in the Island of Barbados. [S. of the Rev. William 
Gibbes (Christ Church, Oxford (1802).] Died Nov. 28, 1830, 
aged 25, in College; M.I. in the churchyard of old All Saints, 
Cambridge. Brother of the above. 



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Strahan, Aubrey 

STRAHAN, AUBREY. Adin. pens, at St John's, May 15, 1871. 
S. of William [formerly Snow, 1825] [banker, of Blackmpre 
Hall, Sidmouth] (and Elizabeth Anne Dorothea, only child 
of Gen. Sir George Bulteel Fisher, K.C.H.). B. [Apr. 20, 
1852], in St George's parish, Hanover Square, London. Bapt. 
June 17, 1852. [School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1871; B.A. 
1875; M.A. 1878; Sc.D. 1907. Assistant Director, Geological 
Survey of England and Wales, 1875-96; Geologist, 1896; 
assistant to Director, 1913; Director, 1914-20. Member of 
Royal Commission on coal supplies, 1903. F.R.S., 1903. 
Hon. LL.D., Toronto. President, Geological Society, 19 12- 
14; Wollaston medal, 1919. President, Geological section, 
British Association, 1904. K.B.E., 1919. Married Fanny 
Evelyn Margaret, dau. of Edward H. Roscoe, of Chester. 
Died Mar. 4, 1928, at Fairfield House, Goring, Berks. 
Brother of the next. {Eagle, xlv. 162; Eton Sch. Lists; 
Walford, County Families; Who's Who; The Times, Mar. 7. 
1928). 

STRAHAN, HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. 18, i868. 
S. of William (formerly Snow, 1825), of London, and Dorking, 
Surrey [and Elizabeth Anne Dorothea]. B. [Mar. 3, 1850], in 
St George's parish, Hanover Square, London. Bapt. May 7, 
1850. School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 1873; 
M.A. 1878. Assistant Master at Tw>'ford School. Head Master 
of Seabrook Lodge prep. School, Hythe, until 1907. Mayorof 
Hythe, 1899-1902. A Baron of the Cinque Ports. Married, 
1879, Eleanor Mary, only dau. of the Rev. W. T. Browning, 
of the Manor House, Thorpe-Mandeville, and R. of Lich- 
borough, Northants. Died Feb. 13, 1933. Father of the next; 
brother of the above. {Winchester Coll. Reg.; Schoolmasters' 
Directories.) 

STRAHAN, KENNETH CYPRIAN. Adm. at King's, Sept. 30, 
1899. [S.of Henry (above). B. Mar. 31, 1880. School, King's, 
Canterbury.] Matric. Michs. 1899. Joined the South-Eastem 
Railway Company, 1901. With the Ceylon Govt. Railways, 
1908. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (R.A.S.C; M.T.). 
Chief Mechanical Engineer, Tanganyika Railways, 1920; 
Chief Mechanical Engineer, Kenya and Uganda Railways and 
Harbours, 1930-8. Of Kinsa, Kitale, Kenya, in 1952. 
{Who's Who.) 

STRAHAN, WILLIAM (1825), see SNOW. 

STRAIN, LAWRENCE HUGH. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 12, 1894. 
[S. of John, M.I.C.E., of Doonbrae, Ayr, Scotland. B. Nov. 
1876.] School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. and 
LL.B. 1897. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut.-Col., 
R.A.F.; Staff Officer; D.S.C.; mentioned three times in 
despatches; Order of the Redeemer, 4th Class (Greece); 
O.B.E., 1919.) Staff Officer, Coastal Command, R.A.F., 
1940-2. Scots Advocate, 1900; K.C. 1919. Married, 1921, 
Ellen Margaret, dau. of A. H. Howard, of Providence, New 
England. Latterly of Maybole, Ayrs., where he died Apr. 8, 
1952. {Uppingham Sch. Roll; Burke, O.B.E.; Who's Who; 
Scottish Biographies; The Times, Apr. 9, 1952.) 

STRAKER, ALFRED HASSALL. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1880. 
[5th] s. of John, Esq., of Stagshaw House, Corbridge-on 
Tyne, Northumberland. B. Oct. 19, i860. School, Upping- 
ham. Matric. Michs. 1880. Of Knossington, Oakham. 
F.R.G.S. Died Dec. 9, 1924, as the result of an accident in the 
hunting-field; buried at Stagshaw chapel. Brother of the next 
two and Herbert (1874). {Uppingham Sch. Roll; The Times, 
Dec. 12, 1924.) 

STRAKER, CHARLES EDMUND. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1, 1872. [3rd] s. of John, Esq [Stagshaw House, North- 
umberland] (and Isabella, dau. of John Coppin). B. [.A.pr. 30, 
1853], at Tynemouth. School, private. Matric. Michs. 1872; 
B.A. 1876; M.A. 1879. Married, Jan. 9, 1889, Annie Grace, 
dau. of Gen. Eustace Hill, and had issue. Died Jan. 4, 1934, at 
High Warden, Hexham. Brother of the next, the above, and 
Herbert (1874). (Burke, L.G.; The Times, Jan. 5, 1934.) 

STRAKER, FREDERIC. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, Oct. i, 
1881. [Youngest] s. of John, Esq. [of Stagshaw House, 
Corbridge]. B. Apr. 28, 1863, at Tynemouth. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1888. Rowing 'blue,' 
1884. A banker; in the firm of Woods and Co., Newcastle, 
subsequently amalgamated with Barclay's, of which he was 
a local director. Of Angerton Hall, Morpeth, Northumberland. 
Hon. Sec, Morpeth Fox Hounds, 1898-1926. J. P. for 
Northumberland, 1901. Married, June 6, 1895, Edith 
Gertrude, dau. of the Rev. James AUgood, of Nunwick Hall, 
Northumberland, and had issue. Died Feb. 9, 1941. Brother 
of Herbert (1874) and the two above. {Harrow Sch. Reg.; 
Book of Blues; Burke, L.G. ; Walford, County Families, which 
gives b. 1862.) 

STRAKER, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, Oct. i, 1880. 
S. of Henry, Esq. B. at Benwell, near Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
School, private. Matric. Michs. 1880; B..\. and LL.B. 1884; 



Strangman, Thomas Joseph 

M.A. 1891. An artist. Died June 7, 1943, aged 82, at Riding 
Mill, Northumberland. Brother of Joseph (1877). {The 
Times, June 10, 1943; F. Brittain.) 

STRAKER, HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, May 2, 
1874. [4th] s. of John, Esq., of Stagshaw House, Tynemouth. 
[B. May 12, 1855.] School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1874. 
Lieut., Northumberland Yeomanry, 1882. J. P., for the 
N. Riding of Yorks. Major, Northumberland Yeomanry. 
Master of the Zetland foxhounds. Married, Apr. 8, 1891, 
GwendoUne Georgiana, dau. of Christopher Cradock, of 
Hartforth Grange, Richmond, Yorks., and had issue. Died 
Sept. 15, 1929, at Hartforth Grange; buried at Gilling West. 
Brother of Frederic (1881), Charles E. (1872), and AHred H. 
(1880). {Harrow Sch. Reg.; Army Lists; Burke, L.G.; The 
Times, Sept. 18, 1929.) 

STRAKER, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, Oct. 1,1877. 
[Eldest] s. of Henry, Esq. [of Dipton House, Northumber- 
land]. B. [May, 1858], at Benwell. School, Fettes. Matric. , 
Michs. 1877; LL.B. 188 1; LL.M. 1887. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, 1880. Called to the Bar, 1884. On the North-Eastem 
Circuit. F.Z.S. Lieut.-Col., 3rd Militia Batt., West Yorks. 
Regt. Married. Died Mar. 19, 1930, at Hurstboume-Tarrant, 
Hants. Brother of Henry (1880). {Fettes Coll. Reg.; Army 
Lists ; Law Lists ; Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

STRANG-W ATKINS, see WATKINS. 

STRANGE, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Caius, Oct. i, 1868. S. of 
Robert, deceased. B. Nov. 1851, at Hong Kong. Schools, 
Montpeher House, Brighton, and Thanet College. Matric. 
Michs. 1868. Resided five terms. 'Died young.' {Venn, 11. 
385.) 

STRANGEWAYES (or STRANGWAYS), EDWARD SWAINS- 
TON. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Trinity, June 29, 1829. 
[Eldest] s. of Edward [Swainston], who had assumed the 
surname of Strangeways, 1804] (and Eliza, dau. of John 
Manning). B. June 9, 1808, at York. School, Ilminster, 
Somerset. Matric. Michs. 1829. Married (i) July 12, 1833, 
at St Sebastian, South America, Anne Susanna, dau. of 
Henry Kam, of London; (2) Feb. 7, 1840, Ursula, dau. of 
Florence Zimmerman, of Strasbourg, Capt., 7th Regt. of 
Curassiers; (3) Jan. 6, 1872, Mary Jane, dau. of James Fisher, 
of Ahie. Died in 1877. {Misc. Gen. et Her., N.S., iii; Burke, 
L.G.; V. Hodson; Foster, Pedigrees of N. and E. Ridings.) 

STRANGEWAYS, BERTRAM PEACHEY. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, Oct. 13, 1892. [Eldest] s. of William Nicholas, 
surveyor of taxes, of Edgbaston, Warws. (and Emma 
Peachey). B. Mar. 5, 1874, at Darlington. Schools, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne Grammar (Mr S. Logan) and Sheffield Grammar (the 
Rev. E. Senior). Matric. Michs. 1892; B..'^. 1897. Ord. deacon 
(Newcastle-on-Tyne) 1898; priest, 1899; C. of St Anne's, 
Newcastle, 1898-1900. C. of Tynemouth, 1900^2. Married, 
Oct. 15, 1900, Ethel Sophie, youngest dau. of Thomas Jobson, 
of Newcastle-on-Tyne. Died Mar. 17, 1902, at Park Crescent, 
North Shields. {Eagle, xxiv. 249; The Standard, Oct. 17, 
1900; Neu'castle Daily journal, .Mar. 20, 1902.) 

STRANGEWAYS-PIGG (post PIGG-STRANGEWAYS), THOMAS. 
Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 20, 1898: an 'advanced 
student.' S. of John Thomas [Pigg], retired, of Sandhurst, 
Berks, (and Hannah Strangeways). B. Dec. 28, 1866, at 
Enfield, Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1898; M.A. 1900. At 
St Bartholomew's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1896. 
Demonstrator in Pathology at Cambridge, 1897-1905- 
Huddersfield Lecturer in Special Pathology, 1905-26. 
Founder and director of the Research Hospital, Cambridge. 
During the Great War, 1914-19, Inspector of pathological 
laboratories under the War Office. Took the name of Pigg- 
Strangeways, by deed poll, 1902. Married, Oct. 23, 1902, 
Emily Dorothy, eldest dau. of E. A. Beck, Master of Trinity 
Hall. Author, medical. Died at Cambridge, Dec. 23, 1926. 
(Scott MSS.; Eagle, xlv. 45; Medical Directories; The Times, 
Dec. 28 and 30, 1926.) 

STRANGFORD, VISCOUNT (1848), see SMYTHE, P. C. S. 

STRANGMAN, THOMAS JOSEPH. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1891. S. of Joseph, Esq., of 6, Park Road, Southport, Lanes. 
[B. Jan. 7, 1873.] School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1891 ; 
B.A. 1894; LL.B. 1895. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Apr. 14, 
1893. Called to the Bar, Jan. 27, 1896; called to the Bar in 
India. Acting Professor at Elphinstone College, Bombay, 
1899; Professor at Government Law School, Bombay, 1899. 
Chief Presidency Magistrate and Revenue Judge (.Acting), 
Bombay, 1901. Administrator-General and Official Trustee 
(Acting), Bombay, 1902. Advocate-General. Bombay, 1908- 
15 and 1916-22. Member, Legislative Council, Bombay. 
Knighted, 1920. Married, July 25, 1896, Wioifred, dau. of 
Capt. W. J. J. Wameford, and had issue. Of Hans Court, 
Kensington, in 1952. (Burke, P. and B.; Law Lists; Who's 
Wlw.) 



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Strangways, Edward Fox 

STRANGWAYS, EDWARD FOX. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 25, 1823. [5th] s. of the Hon. and Rev. Charles [Red- 
lynch Fox], of Dorset (and Jane, youngest dau. of the Rev. Dr 
Haines). [B. Apr. 2, 1806. School, Westminster.] Matric. 
Michs. 1823; B.A. 1827. Ord. deacon (Exeter) June 14, 1829; 
priest, Apr. 18, 1830. R. of Melbury-Osmund, Dorset, 1830-2. 
Died Dec. 31, 1838, at Government House, British Honduras. 
{Record of Old Westminsters; G. Mag., 1839, i. 439.) 

STRANGWAYS, The Hon. JOHN GEORGE CHARLES FOX 

Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 9, 1821. [4th s. of Henry 
(Christ Church, Oxford, 1765), 2nd Earl of Ilchester (and 
Juliana, dau. of the Hon. and Very Rev. William Digby, 
Dean of Durham).] B. Feb. 6, 1803. School, Westminster. 
Did not reside. Adm. at Christ Church, Oxford, whence he 
had matric. June 8, 1821, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1824. A clerk 
in the Foreign Office. Of Brickworth House, near Salisbury. 
M.P. for Cahie, Wilts., 1836-7; for Dorset, 1837-41- Gentle- 
man-Usher to Queen Adelaide. Married, Feb. 19, 1844, 
Amelia, 3rd dau. of Edward Marjoribanks, and had issue. 
Died Sept. 8, 1859. Brother of the next. {Record of Old 
Westminsters; Al. Oxon.; G. Mag., 1859, 11. 433; Burke, 
P. and B.) 

STRANGWAYS, The Hon. WILLIAM THOMAS HORNER FOX. 

M.A. 1854, incorp. from Oxford. [2nd s. of Heru-y Thomas 
(Christ Church, Oxford, 1765), 2nd Earl of Ilchester (and 
Juliana, dau. of the Hon. and Very Rev. William Digby, 
Dean of Durham). B. May 7, i795- School, Westminster.] 
Matric. from Christ Church, Oxford, June 1, 1813; B.A. 
(Oxford) 1816; Student, 1813-24; M.A. (Oxford) 1820. 
Attache at St Petersburg, 1819; at Constantinople, 1820; at 
the Hague, 1824; Secretary of Legation, Florence, 1825-8; 
at Naples, 1828-32; at Vienna, 1832-5; Under Foreign 
Secretary, 1835-40. Minister at Frankfort, 1840-9. Married, 
July 21, 1857, Sophia Penelope, dau. of Sir Robert Sheffield, 
Bart. Succeeded his half-brother Henry Stephen as 4th Earl 
of Ilchester, Jan. 3, 1858. Died, s.p., Jan. 10, 1865. Brother 
of the above. (Al. Oxon.; Al. West.; G.E.C.; Burke, 
P. and B.) 

STRASSBERG, PAULUS EPHRAIM. .\dm. pens, at Queens', 
Oct. 1889. S. of Hirsh. B. Sept. 4, i860, at Yaroslaw, 
Austria. Matric. Michs. 1889. 'Kept six terms; ejectus.' 
{College Adm. Reg.) 

STRATFORD, ERNEST S. (1895), see PIPKIN. 

STRATFORD DE REDCLIFFE, Viscount (1806), see CANNING, 
STRATFORD. 

STRATHAVEN, Lord (1810), see GORDON, CHARLES. 

STRATHCONA AND MOUNT ROYAL, BARON (1887), see 
SMITH, DONALD ALEXANDER. 

STPJVTHEDEN, BARON (1842), see CAMPBELL, WILLIAM 
FREDERICK. 

STRATHMORE AND KINGHORN, EARLS OF, see BOWES- 
LYON. 

STRATHNAIRN, Baron (1819), see ROSE, H. H. 

STRATON, GEORGE WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, June 30, 1825. Of Sutherland. [2nd s. of John 
Warde, of LisnawuUy, Co. Louth (and Lady Emily J., dau. of 
Robert, 1st Earl of Roden). B. Aug. 28, 1808. School, 
Rugby.] Matric. Michs. 1825; B.A. 1830. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) 1829; priest, 1830; C. of St Martin's, Leicester, 
1829-32. R. of Somersal-Herbert, Derbs., 1832-43. R. of 
Thomton-le-Moor, Lines., 1832-43. R. of Aylestone, Leics., 
1843-91. Married, 1832, Elinor Katherine, eldest dau. of 
Richard Norman, Esq. Died Jan. 27, 1891, at Upper Nor- 
wood. Father of the next. {Rugby Sch. Reg.; Crockford; 
Walford, County Families, which gives 'b. 1806'; The 
Guardian, Feb. 4, 1891.) 

STRATON, NORMAN DUMENIL JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity , 
May 5, 1859. S. of the Rev. George William (above), of 
Aylestone, near Leicester. B. Nov. 4, 1840, at Somersal- 
Herbert, Derbs. School, Leicester (private). Matric. Michs. 
1859; B.A. 1863; M.A. 1869; D.D. 1892. Ord. deacon 
(Chester, for Lichfield) 1865; priest (Lichfield) 1865; C. of 
Market Drayton, Salop, 1865-6. V. of Kirkby- Wharf e, 
Yorks., 1866-75. V. of All Saints Cathedral, Wakefield, 1875- 
92. Hon. Canon of Ripon. Archdeacon of Huddersfield, 
1888-92. Bishop of Sodor and Man, 1892-1907; Bishop of 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1907-15. Married, Feb. 20, 1873, Emily 
Jane, widow of Henry Baines, Esq., of Bell Hall, Yorks. 
Resided latterly at Tunbridge Wells, where he died, Apr. 5, 
1918. {Crockford.) 



Straw, Robert William 

STRATTON, ARTHUR CARRUTHERS. Adm. pens, at Peter- 
house, Oct. 18, 1889. S. of F., Esq., of Newport, Isle of 
Wight. B. there, Feb. 19, 1871. School, Highgate. Matric. 
Michs. 1890; Scholar; B.A. 1893; M.A. 1921. Ord. deacon 
(Chester) 1894; priest, 1895; C. of Chorley, Cheshire, 1894-8. 
Assistant Secretary, C.M.S., 1898-1909. V. of St John-the- 
Baptist, Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight, 1909-13. V. of EUacombe, 
Devon, 1913-25. Rural Dean of Ipplepen, 1919-22. V. of 
Clifton, Gloucs., 1925-33. Lie. to offic, dio. of Bristol, 1934- 
Married, Apr. 29, 1911, Violet Louise, only dau. of O. Home, 
of Knockholt. Resided latteriy at Clifton, where he died 
Mar. 3, 1941. (7". A. Walker, 614; Crockford; The Times, 
Mar. 4, 1941.) 

STRATTON, FREEMAN RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Jan. 26, 1847. [S. of Robert, surgeon to the Forces, of London 
(and Susanna Louisa Lincoln). B. Mar. 6, 1828. School, 
Winchester.] Matric. Michs. 1847; B.A. 1851; M.A. 1856. 
Ord. deacon (Winchester) 185 1; priest, 1853; C. of Hythe, 
Hants., 1851-4. Chaplain and Naval Instructor, R.N. 
(H.M.S. Euryhts), 1854-6. C. of Herriard, Hants., 1857-8. 
C. of St Peter's, Coventry. C. of St James, Dover, 1858-9. 
C. of Romsey, Hants., 1859-62. C. of Bishop's Teignton, 
Devon, 1863-6. C. of Laughton, Sussex, 1866-7. V. of 
Ebemoe, 1867-74. C. of St James's, Aberdeen, 1874-5. R- of 
Iping with Chithurst, Sussex, 1875-1902. Married, July 31, 
1856, Mary, 2nd dau. of the Rev. Edward Warren, of 
Caulfield. Latterly of Fairfield, Emsworth, Hants., where he 
died Oct. 30, 1910. {Winchester Coll. Reg.; Crockford; The 
Guardian, Nov. 4, 1910.) 

STRATTON, GEORGE FREDERICK. Adm. Fell.-Com. at 
St John's, Nov. 30, 1796. [Eldest] s. of George [Governor of 
Madras, of Tew Park, Oxon.] (and Hester Eleanor Light). 

B. Oct. 17, 1779, in St Marylebone, London. School, Easton, 
near Stamford. Matric. Michs. 1797; B.A. 1801; M.A. 1804. 
Hon. D.C.L., Oxford, 1806. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 16, 
1807. F.R.S., 1807; F.S.A. Of Tew Park, Oxon. High 
Sheriff of Oxon., 1806-7. Married, Jan. 1, 1805, — , only dau. 
of Bernard Dewes, of Wellesboume, Warws. Died, s.p., in 
America before 1834. Brother of the next. {Al. Oxon.; 
St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 498; Burke, L.G.) 

STRATTON, JOHN. Adm. Fell-Com. at St John's, June 21, 
1798. Of Oxon. [2nd s. of George, Governor of Madras, of 
Tew Park, Oxon. (and Hester Eleanor Light).] Matric. Michs. 
1801; B.A. 1802; M.A. 1805. Hon. D.C.L., Oxford, 1813. Of 
Farthinghoe Lodge, Northants., and of Hawling, Gloucs., 
J. P. Married Frances Maria, dau. of John Bower Jodrell, of 
Henbury and Yeardsley, Cheshire, and had issue. Died in 
June, 1819. Brother of the above. {Al. Oxon.; St John's Coll. 
Adm., IV. 498; Burke, L.G.) 

STRATTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 12, 1826. 
Matric. Michs. 1826, as John Thomas Stratton. 

STRATTON, JOHN YOUNG. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Magdalene, 
Oct. 24, 1848. S. of the Rev. William, P.C. of Gressingham, 
necir Hornby, Lanes. School, Heversham. Matric. Lent, 
1849; B.A. 1853; M.A. 1884. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 1853; 
priest, 1855. R. of Ditton, Kent, 1856-1905. Secretary of the 
Kent Friendly Society, and of the C.E. Mission Association 
for hop-pickers, for whom he worked indefatigably. Died 
Mar. 30, 1905, at Maidstone. {Crockford; The Times, Apr. i, 
1905.) 

STRATTON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Mar. 25, 
1822. S. of John. B. at Hammersmith, London. School, 
Walthamstow, Essex. Matric. Michs. 1822; Scholar, 1824; 
B.A. {8th Wrangler and Senior Classic) 1826; Chancellor's 
classical medal, 1826; M.A. 1829. Fellow, 1827. Called to the 
Bar, Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 26, 1830. Brother of the next. 
{Law Lists.) 

STRATTON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 2, 
1821. S. of John. B. at Hammersmith, London. School, 
Walthamstow, Essex. Matric. Michs. 1821. Probably the man 
■of these names, of Berkhamsted, who died, 'aged 54', at 
Brighton, Nov. 16, 1856. Brother of the above. An Oxford 
namesake, and B.A., was P.C. of Gressingham, Lanes., 1838- 
57, and father of John Y. (1848). (G. Mag. 1857, i. 120; 
Clergy List). 

STRATULI, CONSTANTINE. Hon. M.A. 1870. One of the 
Archimandrites of the Greek Church who accompanied 
Alexander, Archbishop of Syros, Tenos, and Melos, when he 
visited Cambridge in February, 1870. Created M.A. at 
Oxford, 1870. Sometime Greek Professor in Zante. Minister 
of the Greek Church in Liverpool. {Al. Oxon.) 

STRAW, ROBERT WILLIAM. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 12, 1900. 
School, Chesterfield Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 
1903; M.A. 1907. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1906; priest, 1907; 

C. of All Saints, Leeds, 1906-8. Lie. Pr., dio. of York, 1913- 
16. Perm, to off., dio. of Bristol, 1923-7; Lie. Pr., dio. of 
Bath and Wells, 1912-30. Latterly of 53, Dennis Park 
Crescent, Wimbledon. Disappears from Crockford, 1947. 



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STREAM, ERNEST JOHN. Matric. Non-Coil., Michs. 1891; 
13 \ 1895; M..-\. 1902. Assistant Master at Stockton science 
School, 1895-8 ; Head Master (later Principal) of the Municipal 
College, Grimsby, 1898-1930. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Major, Lincolnshire Regt.). Latterly of 'Bumham,' 
Grosvenor Road, Orpington, Kent. Died in June, 1942. 
{Schoolmasters' Directories.) 
STREANE, ANNESLEY WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emma.nuel, 
Oct. n, 1870; from Trinity College, Dublin (B.A. 1866). [S. 
of the Van. Lewis Hemy, Archdeacon of Glendalough.] 
Matric. Michs. 1870; Scholar; B.A. {15th Classic) 1874; 
Cams prize, 1874; (Theol. Trip., ist Class, 1873); Jereinie 
prize, 1875; Evans prize, 1875; Tyrwhitt Hebrew Scholar, 
1875; M.A. 1877; B.D. 1S91; D.D. 1895. Fellow of Corpus 
Christi, 1875; Dean, 1877-83 and 1886-92. Senior Proctor, 
1891-2. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1875; priest (Winchester) 1876; 
C. of St Luke's, Cambridge, 1883-5. V. of Grantchester, 
Cambs., 1898-1904. Married, Jan. 3, 1884, Emily Muriel 
Knyvett, youngest dau. of Guy Lloyd, Esq., D.L., of Croghan, 
Co. Roscommon. Author, 2 he Treatise Chagigah translated 
from the Babylonian Talmud, with Introduction, Notes, etc.; 
The Double Text of Jeremiah; The Age of the Maccabees; 
EccUsiastes; The Psalms (Temple Bible); K. von Hase's 
Theologische Polemik, etc. Lived at 21, Craruner Road, 
Cambridge. Died Sept. 10, 1915, aged 70, in London. 
{Crockford; The Times, Sept. 13, 1915.) 
STREATFEILD, ALBERT HAROLD OCTAVIUS. Adm. at 
Pembroke, Oct. 1897. 8th s. of the Rev. William Champion 
(1857), R. of Frant, Sussex (and Selina F. D., dau. of William 
Leveson-Gower). B. Mar. 5, 1878, at Howick Rectory, 
Northumberland. School, Marlborough College. Matric. 
Michs. 1897; B..^. 1900. Adm. Solicitor, 1902. For sometime 
in India. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., 5th R. 
Sussex Regt.). Of Walland, Wadhurst, Sussex. Married, 
Apr. 10, 1912, Dorothy Louisa, dau. of Lieut. -Col. Charles 
Arthur Madan Warde. Died Nov. i, 1934, at Cavers, 
Westerham, Kent. Brother of William C. (1883), Henry C. 
(1884) and Claude A. C. (1889). (Marlborough Coll. Reg.; 
Univ. War List; Burke, L.G.) 
STREATFEILD (post STREATFEILD-MOORE), ALEXANDER 
EDWARD CHAMPION. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Nov. 28, 1854. [Eldest] s. of William Champion, of Charts 
Edge, Westerham, Kent (and Hannah, dau. of Joseph Fry, of 
Plashet House, Essex). B. [Dec. 2, 1837], at East Ham. 
School, Kent (private). Matric. Michs. 1855. Of Woodcock 
Hill, Great Berkhamsted, Herts. Assumed, by Royal Licence, 
the additional name of Moore, under the will of his kinsman, 
Frank John Moore, 1885. Married, Aug. 8, 1861, Helen, dau. 
of Capt. Alexander MacNeill, of Colonsay. Died .\ug. 10, 

1887. Brother of William C. (1857); father of Edward C. 
(1889). (Burke, L.G.) 

STREATFEILD, CLAUDE ARTHUR CECIL. Adm. pens, (age 20) 
at Pembroke, Oct. i, 1889. [5th] s. of the Rev. William 
Campion (1857), R. of Frant, Sussex. B. [Aug. 9, 1870], at 
Howick, Northumberland. [School, Marlborough College.] 
Matric. Michs. 1889; Scholar. Entered the I.C.S. 1889; 
assistant Magistrate and Collector, 1898, in the North West 
Provinces and Oudh; Joint Magistrate, 1896; Superintendant, 
Dehra Dun, 1898-g. Magistrate and Collector, 1906-14; 
retired, 1914. Ord. deacon (Salisbury) 1927; priest, 1928; 
C. of S. Perrott with Mosterton, Dorset, 1927-30. R. of 
Symondsbury with Eype and Broadoak, 1931-51. Married 
(i) Feb. 18, 1902, Elizabeth Ethel, dau. of John Board, Esq., 
of Farley; (2) Sept. 10, 1912, Rosamund Mary CecU, elder dau. 
of the Rev. Cecil Evan Smith, R. of Titsey, Surrey. Died 
July 19, 1951. Brother of WiUiam C. (1883), Henry C. (1884) 
and Albert H. O. (1897). (Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Burke, 
L.G.; The Times, July 21, 1951.) 

STREATFEILD, EDWARD CHAMPION. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Pembroke, Oct. i, 1889. [3rd] s. of Alexander Edward 
Champion, Esq. (1854), of Great Berkhamsted. B. [June 16, 
1870], at Nutfield. [School, Charterhouse.] Matric. Michs. 
1889; Scholar; B.A. (Class. Trip., ist Class), 1892. Cricket 
■blue,' 1890-3; footbaU (assoc.) 'blue,' 1891, 1892. Played 
cricket for Surrey, 1890-2; won the Public Schools rackets, 

1888. Assistant Master at Marlborough College, 1897-8. 
H.M. Inspector of Schools, 1898-1919. ' His great power with 
all, young and old, was his strong character and his delightful 
personality.' Died Aug. 22, 1932, at Eastbourne; buried 
there. (Book of Blues; The Times, Aug. 25, 1932.) 

STREATFEILD, GERARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 11, 
1879. [3rd] s. of Henry Dorrien, of Chiddingstone, Kent. B. 
there, Aug. 20, i860. School, Eton. Matric. .Michs. 1879- 
Of Fulbrook House, Elstead, Surrey. Married, 1885, Ida, dau. 
of Richard Henry Combe, of Pierrepoint, Famham, and had 
issue. Died July 26, 1933, at Elstead; buried at Frensham. 
(Eton Sch. Reg.; Burke, E.G.; The Times, July 28, 1933) 

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STREATFEILD, WiLLIAM CHAMPION 

STREATFEILD, HENRY. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Sidney, Mar. 28, 
1777. Eldest s. of Henry, Esq., deceased, of Chiddingstone, 
Kent (and Anne, natural dau. of Jocelyne Sydney, 7th Earl of 
Leicester). B. May 13, I757> in London. Schools, Uckfield 
(Mr Gerison), Eton, and Lymme (?Lympne) (.Mr Leigh). Of 
Chiddingstone. High Sheriff of Kent, 1792. Married (i) 
June I, 1782, Elizabeth Catherine, dau. of the Very Rev. 
Newton Ogle, D.D.; (2) Sept. 29, 1802, Charlotte, dau. of 
William Scoones, of Tonbridge. Died Aug. 22, 1829. Father 
of Henry (1801) and Sidney (1805). (Eton Coll. Reg.; Burke, 
E.G.; G.Mag., 1829, 11. 284.) 

STREATFEILD (or STREATFIELD), HENRY. Adm. pens, at 
Jesus, Oct. 12, 1798. S. of Thomas, Esq. B. in London. 
School, Sevenoaks (Mr Whitehead). 

STREATFEILD, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Nov. 

7, 1801. [Eldest] s. of Henry (i777), of Chiddingstone, 
Kent (and EUzabeth, dau. of the Very Rev. Newton Ogle, 
D.D., Dean of Winchester). [B. Mar. n, 1784.] School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1802; Scholar, 1803; B.A. 1806; M.A. 
1809. Of Chiddingstone. J. P. and D.L. for Kent. Married, 
Oct. 14, 1824, Maria, dau. of Magens Dorrien Magens, Esq. 
Died July 16, 1852, at Chiddingstone. Brother of Sidney 
(1805). (Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, E.G.; G. Mag., 1852, 11. 323.) 

STREATFEILD, HENRY CUTHBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Pembroke, Oct. 9, 1884. [2nd] s. of the Rev. William 
Champion (1857), R. of Kingsworthy, Hants, (and Selina 
F. D., dau. of WiUiam Leveson-Gower). B. [Oct. 24, 1866], at 
Howick, Northumberiand. [School, Marlborough College.] 
Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887. Joined the I.C.S., 1885; 
served in Bengal; Under Secretary, Bengal Govt., 1890-3; 
District Officer, 1894-1910; Commissioner, Tirhut Division, 
Bihar and Orissa, 1912. Secretary, Bengal Govt., 1907-8. 
CLE. 1913; retired, 1913. Married (i) June 15, 1893, 
Marian Elsie, youngest dau. of Augustus Morand, of Phila- 
delphia, U.S.A.; (2) 1933, Cecilia, widow of W. M. Stevenson. 
Latterly of Beauchamp, Niton Undercliff, Isle of Wight, 
where he died Aug. 8, 1950. Brother of William C. (1883), 
Claude A. C. (1889) and Albert H. O. (1897). (Marlborough 
Coll. Reg.; Burke, E.G.; Who's Who; The Times, Aug. 9, 
1950.) 

STREATFEILD, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 23) at Christ's, Apr. 28, 
1821. [5th s. of Sandeforth, of Ashford (and Frances, dau. of 
Thomas Hussey of .Ashford, Kent).] B. [-May 21, 1796], at 
Long Ditton, Surrey. School, Cheam. Matric. Michs. 1821; 
B.A. 1825; yi...\. 1829. For sometime an ofdcer in the Army. 
C. of Margate in 1841. P.C. of Holy Trinity, Margate, 1842-6. 
P.C. of Uckfield, Sussex, 1846-63. Married (i) Nov. 1822, 
Catherine, dau. of Harvey Darby, and had issue; (2) 1851, 
Caroline, dau. of Col. Sawbridge, of Olantigh, Kent. Died 
July 27, 1863. Father of the next. (Peile, 11, 404; Clergy 
List; Crockford; G. Mag., 1863, 11. 381; Burke, E.G.) 

STREATFEILD, JOHN DARBY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
May 30, 1843. S. of the Rev. John (above), of Margate (by 
his ist wife). B. Dec. 13, 1823, at Wells, Somerset. School, 
at home. Matric. Michs. 1844; Scholar, 1845; B.A. 1848; 
M.A. 1852. C. of Cuckfield, Sussex, 1850-2. C. of St Neots, 
Hunts 1853. A cripple for many years. Died at his father's 
house at Uckfield, Nov. 18, 1863. (Peile, 11. 483; Clergy List; 
Burke, E.G.; Add. MS., 39326). 

STREATFEILD, RICHARD ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, (age 18) 
at Pembroke, Oct. i, 1883. S. of Francis Newton [C.M.G.], of 
Grahamstown, Cape of Good Hope. B. at Carshalton, Surrey. 
[School, Oundle.] Matric. Michs. 1883; Scholar; B..\. 1886. 
Assistant at the British Museum, dept. of printed books. 
Music Critic of the Daily Graphic, 1898-1912. Author of 
several books on music. Samuel Butler's Uterary executor. 
Died Feb. 6, 1919. (Scott MSS.) 

STREATFEILD, SIDNEY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Tune 6, 1805. [3rd] s. of Henry (i777), of Chiddmgstone, 
Kent VQ Oct 10,1786.] School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1805 ; 
B.A. 1809. Private Secretary to Sir Robert Peel. Died, 
unmarried, June 10, 1823. Brother of Henry (i8oi). (Eton 
Sch. Lists; G. Mag., 1823, i- 573; Sir W. Sterry.) 

STREATFEILD, WILLIAM CHAMPION. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, July 8, 1857. [2nd] s. of WiUiam Champion [of 
Charts' Edge, Kent] (and Hannah, dau. of Joseph Fry, of 
Plashet House, Essex). B. Aug. 11, 1839, at Westerham, 
Kent. School, Eton. Matric. 1857; B.A. 1861; M.A. 1864. 
Ord. deacon (Can terburv) i863;pnest, 1 864 ;C. of St .Andrew s, 
Croydon, Surrey, 1863. C. of Plaxtol, Kent, 1864-5. R- 01 
Howick, Northumberland, 1865-78. R. of Ryton-on-Tyne. 
Durham, 1878-81. R. of Kingsworthy, Hants., 1881-7. R. of 
Frant, Sussex, 1887-1901. Married, Aug. 23, 1865, Selma 
Frances Diana, dau. of WUliam Leveson-Gower, of litsey 



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Place, Surrey. Resided latterly at Westerham, where he 
died, Aug. 8, 1912. Brother of Alexander E. C. (1854) ; father 
of the next, of Albert H. O. (1897), Henry C. (1884) and 
Claude A. C. (1889). {Eton Sch. Lists; Crockford; Burke, 
L.G.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The Times, Aug. 10, 
1912.) 

STREATFEILD, WILLIAM CHAMPION. Adm. pens, (age 19) 
at Pembroke, Oct. 8, 1883. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. WiUiam 
Champion (above), R. of Kingsworthy, Hants. B. [Sept. i, 
1865], at Plaxtol, Kent. School, Marlborough College. 
Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886; M.A. 1892. Ord. deacon 
(Canterbury) 1889; priest, 1890; C. of Sittingboume, Kent, 
1889-91. C. of Frant, 1891-7. V. of Amberley with Houghton, 
Sussex, 1897-1902. V. of St Peter's, St Leonards-on-Sea, 
1902-11. V. of Eastbourne, 1911-29. Rural Dean, J911-29. 
Hon. Chaplain to the Bishop of Chichester, 1912-19. Preb. 
of Chichester, 1914-29. Sufiragan Bishop of Lewes, 1929. 
Married, Sept. 7, 1893, Janet Mary, 2nd dau. of the Rev. 
Henry Venn, V. of Sittingboume, Kent, and had issue. 
Died suddenly in a train, Feb. 15, 1929 ; buried at Westerham. 
Brother of Henry C. (1884), Albert H. O. (1897) and Claude 
A. C. (1889). (Crockford; Burke, L.G.; Fox-Davies, Armorial 
Families; Who's Who; The Times, Feb. 16, 1929.) 



STREATFEILD, WILLIAM HUGH RAYMOND. Adm. pens, at 
Queens', Michs. 1897. S. of Arthur Ogle. B. Aug. 27, 1878, at 
Clapham, London. School, Dulwich College. Matric. Michs. 
1897; B.A. 1900. At St George's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; 
L.R.C.P., 1906. House Surgeon and Senior House Physician 
at St George's Hospital. Practised in London. Married, 
Apr. 19, 191 1, Gertrude Augusta, dau. of the Rev. George 
Alfred Thompson, Head Master of Horsham School. Of 
Thurloe Place, London, S.W., in 1950. (Dulwich Coll. Reg.; 
Medical Directories.) 

STREET, ALFRED FRANCIS. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 8, 
1873. S. of the Rev. Arthur Joseph (next), of Whittlebury, 
Northants. B. [Sept. 20], 1854, at Kempley, Gloucs. School, 
Marlborough College. Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1877; M.B. 
and M.A. 1880; M.D. 1884; B.Chir. 1885. At St Bartholo- 
mew's Hospital. M.R.C.S., 1880; D.P.H., 1889. House 
Surgeon, Manchester Royal Infirmary; Senior Resident 
Medical Officer, RadcUffe Infirmary, Oxford. Practised at 
Westgate-on-Sea, Kent. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Hon. Capt., R.A.M.C, 1920; Esquire, Order of St John of 
Jerusalem, 1915). Married (i) June 24, 1885, Alice Grace, 
dau. of the Rev. Thomas Brock, V. of St John-the-Evangelist, 
Guernsey; (2) Apr. 18, 1906, Edith, dau. of N. Joseph, of 
12, Cleveland Square, London. Died Mar. 28, 1943, at 
Westgate-on-Sea. Brother of Arthur W. (1877). (Marl- 
borough Coll. Reg.; Medical Directories; The Times, Mar. 31, 
I943.) 

STREET, ARTHUR JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 17, 
1843. Matric. Michs. 1843; Scholar; B.A. 1848. Ord. deacon 
(Gloucester), 1848; priest, 1849; C. of St James's, Bristol, 
1848-51. C.of Kempley, Gloucs., 1851-72. C. of St Margaret's, 
King's Lynn, Norfolk, 1872-3. V. of Whittlebury with 
Silverstone, Northants., 1873-86. R. of Brockley, Somerset, 
1886-8. R. of Talaton, Devon, 1888-98. Resided latterly at 
Bournemouth, where he died, May 5, 1901, aged 84. Father 
of the next and the above. (Crockford; Northants. Clergy, 
XIII. 97; The Times, May 8, 1901.) 

STREET, ARTHUR WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1, 1877. [Youngest] s. of the Rev. Arthur Joseph (above). 
B. at Kempley, Gloucs. School, Durham. Matric. Michs. 
1877; B.A. 1881. Died of smallpox in College, May 2, 1881. 
Brother of Alfred F. (1873). (DurhamSch. Reg.; TheGuardian, 
May II, 1881.) 

STREET, ASHTON. Adm. pens, at Downing, Oct. 12, 1886. 
[B. June 10, 1864.] Matric. Michs. 1886; M.B. 1889. A 
medical student at Leeds. M.R.C.S., 1885; F.R.C.S., 1889. 
Senior House Surgeon, Leeds General Infirmary; House 
Surgeon at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge. Surgeon- 
Captain, Indian Medical Service, 1890; Major, 1902; Lieut. - 
Col., 19 10. Served on North-West frontier, in Darwesh Khel, 
1902, and in Mohmand Campaign, 1908; retired, 1920. 
Professor of Anatomy at the Grant Medical College, Bombay. 
Married Clare, dau. of Herbert Davies, M.D. Died Sept. 8, 
1946, at Crowborough, Sussex. (Medical Directories; Army 
Lists; Who's Who; The Times, Sept. 10, 1946; V. Hodson.) 

STREET, CHARLES ANDREW. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Jan. 25, 1839; sizar, Jan. 26. Matric. Michs. 1839. 

STREET, HENRY BRANSON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 6, 
1887. S. of John Bamfield (1852), of 'Duryard,' Beckenham, 
Kent (and Eliza Martha Ellen, 2nd dau. of William Weld 
Wren). B. Nov. 5, 1868, in London. School, Westminster. 
Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890. A schoolmaster. Served in 



Streeten, Henry Robert Bradley Septimus 

the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut., R.G.A.). Died Mar. 11, 1946. 
at 'Duryard,' Tower Road, Tadworth, Surrey. (Record of 
Old Westminsters; Univ. War List; The Times, Mar. 13, 1946.) 

STREET, HENRY STEPHEN. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
July I, 1862. S. of the Rev. Henry (Balliol College, Oxford, 
1814), deceased. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1862. 
Migrated to Magdalene, Sept. 9, 1863; 'S. of — Street, Esq., 
of 31, Westbourne Terrace, Hyde Park.' In business m 
London. (Eton Sch. Lists.) 

STREET, HENRY WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 4, 
1862. S. of Henry, Esq. (and Ruth Mary). Of Surrey. B. at 
Birtley. [B. May 4, 1845.J Bapt. June 4. i«45- Matnc. 
Michs. 1862; B.A. 1866; M.A. 1869. Of Southsea. Married 
(i) June 27, 1867, Caroline Sarah, dau. of William Robert 
Chapman, of Tunbridge WeUs; (2) Oct. 5. 1880, Barbara 
Caroline, dau. of James Gay Layard, H.M. Ceylon Civil 
Service, deceased. Died Nov. i, 1940, aged 95. (The Times, 
Nov. 4, 1940.) 

STREET, HERBERT. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pembroke, Oct. i, 
1889. [2nd] s. of Edmund, Esq., of Highgate. B. there, 
June 29, 1870. [School, Charterhouse.] Matric. Michs. 1889; 
B.A. 1892. Lieut., the R. Berks. Regt., 1893; 20th Hussars, 
1898; A.D.C. to the Governor of Barbados, 1899-1900. With 
English Boundary Conmiission in Venezuela, igoo. Served 
in the South African War, 1902 (attached to 2nd Prov. Regt., 
Hussars, 1903; Adjutant, Lothians and Berwick I.Y., 1901). 
Captain, 1906. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., 
20th Hussars; Stafi Captain). Died Apr. lo, 1929, at Brigh- 
stone. Isle of Wight. (Univ. War List; The Times, Apr. 12, 
1929.) 



STREET, JAMES HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 23, 
1869. S. of William, farmer. B. [Dec. 23, 1846], at Brampton- 
Abbotts, Heref. Bapt. May 2, 1847. Matric. Michs. 1869; 
B.A. 1874; M.A. 1908. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 1874; 
priest, 1876; C. of Padiham, Lanes., 1874-7. C. of Prestwich, 
1877-80. V. of Tonge with Alkrington, 1880-93. P-C of 
Ringley, Manchester, 1893-1917. Latterly of Exmouth, 
where he died, June 13, 1927. (Crockford; The Guardian, 
June 24, 1927.) 

STREET, JOHN BAMFIELD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. i, 
1852. Of India. [Eldest s. of the Rev. John Challice (next), 
of Madras and Plymouth. B. Feb. 2, 1833. School, Marl- 
borough College.] Matric. Michs. 1852; Scholar, 1854; B.A. 
(zoth Wrangler) 1856. Assistant Master at Marlborough 
College, 1856-9. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 1858. CaUed to the 
Bar, 1861. Married, Dec. 27, 1867, Eliza Martha EUen. 
2nd dau. of William Weld Wren, Esq., of Gower Street, 
London. Died Sept. 12, 1892. Father of Henry B. (1887). 
(Marlborough Coll. Reg. ; Law Lists : Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

STREET, JOHN CHALLICE. Adm. sizar at Queens', Feb. 13, 
1827. Of Devon. Matric. Michs. 1827; B.A. 1831; -M.A. 1845. 
Ord. deacon (Chester) 1831; priest (Lmcoki) 1831; C. of 
Rampton, Cambs., 1831. Chaplain (H.E.I.C.) at Cannanore, 
1831-5; at Vizagapatam, 1835-44 and at other stations in 
India untU 1855. P.C. of St Andrew's Chapel, Plymouth, 
1855-68. Author, The Responsibilities of the MinisterialOffice; 
The Duty of Obedience to Spiritual Rulers; Five Sermons on 
Confirmation and the Lord's Supper, etc. Died in 1871. Father 
of the above. (Crockford; Clergy List.) 

STREET, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 1882. [S. of 
Samuel, of Mirfield, Yorks. B. there Apr. 11, 1863. School, 
Heath Grammar, HaUfax.] Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1885. 
Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1886; priest, 1887; C. of Middleton, 
Yorks., 1886-8. C. of Yeadon, 1888-91. C. of Guiseley, 
1892-8. V. of HipsweU with TunstaU, 1898-1912. Married, 
Apr. 23, 1879, Charlotte Emily, dau. of Thomas Simpson 
Camidge, of Beverley. Latterly of 6, Bay View, Northam, 
N. Devon. Died May 22, 1937, aged 74, at 25, Cumberland 
Mansions, West End Lane, Hampstead. (Crockford; The 
Times, May 24, 1937-) 

STREETEN, EDWARD THEODORE. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Sept. 28, 1869. Of Devon. Matric. Michs. 1869. 

STREETEN, HENRY ROBERT BRADLEY SEPTIMUS. Adm. 
pens, at Corpus Christi, Sept. 28, 1869. Of Wilts. [7th s. 
of the Rev. Henry Thomas (Queen's College, Oxford, 1825). 

B. 1850. School, Tonbridge.] Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 
1873; M.A. 1880. Ord. deacon (Carlisle) 1873; priest, 1874; 

C. of Keswick, 1873-6. Chaplain, Mission to Seamen, at 
Tynemouth, 1876-9; Assoc. Secretary, Mission to Seamen, 
1879-89; Chaplain at Great Yarmouth, 1889-93. V. of 
St James's, HaUfax, 1893-1903. R. of Little Wilbraham, 
Cambs., 1903-17. Lie. Pr., dio. of Norwich, 1922. Latterly 
of 'Park View,' Lowestoft, where he died Jan. 15, 1931. 
(Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; Crockford; The Times, Jan. 17, i93i-) 



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STREETER, GEORGE THOMAS PIPER. Adm. pens, at Clare, 

May 4, 1852. Matric. Michs. 1852; Scholar; 13.A. 1856; (Moral 
Sc. Trip., ist Class, 1857). Assistant Master at Blackheath 
School, 1856-67. Ord. deacon (London) 1857; priest, 1858; 
C. of Plumstead, Kent, 1857-66. C. of Bickley, 1867-9. 
Lecturer in Natural Philosophy at the City of London 
College, 1868-71. Head Master of Derwent House School, 
Lee, Kent, 1871-92. C. of Lee, 1871-3. C. of Wapping, 
1876-9. C. of St James's, Islington, 1882-3. C.of StSwithin's, 
London Stone, 1889-92. Secretary and Chaplain, Blackheath 
School, 1892-7. Master of Bishop's College, Blackheath, 
1894-6. C. of St Augustine's, Bermondsey, 1896-7. C. of 
St Mary's, Rotherhithe, 1897-8. R. of Orcheston St Mary, 
WUts., 1898-1912. Lived latterly at 18, Granville Park, 
Blackheath, where he died, Nov. 9, 1913, aged 80. {Crock- 
ford; The Times, Nov. 12, 1913.) 

STRETCH, The Rev. LYSCOMBE MALTBEE. Adm. sizar at 
Emmanuel, Aug. 7, 1787. Ord. priest (Canterbury) 1762. 
V. (non-resident) of Leysdown, Kent, 1762-86 and of 
Bethersden, 1786-7. C. of Warlingham and Chipstead, 
Surrey, 1763-6. C. of Merstham, 1774-6. Kept a private 
school ('The Academy') at Bath House, Twickenham, 1782- 
88. V. of Twyford and Owlesbury, Hants., 1787-1813. Also 
kept a school at Twyford, alleged to be that mentioned in the 
first chapter of Tom Brown's School Days. Author, miscel- 
laneous. Married Mary — . Buried at Twyford, Sept. 10, 
1813. (G. Mag., 1813, II. 500; P. G. ToweU.) 

STRETTELL, ALFRED BAKER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 
17, 1836. Matric. Michs. 1836; B.A. 1841; M.A. 1844. Ord. 
deacon (Lichfield) 1840; priest, 1842; C. of Holy Trinity, 
Burton-on-Trent, 1840-2. C. of Taplow, Bucks., 1842-50. 
Consular Chaplain at Genoa, 1851-74. R. of St Martin's with 
St Paul's, Canterbury, 1874-82. R. of King's Langley, 
Herts., 1882-94. Chaplain at Rapallo, 1894-1900 and Santa 
Margherita, Italy, 1894-1904. Died Oct. 11, 1904, at Varallo, 
Italy, aged 87. Doubtless brother of the next. (Crockford; 
The Times, Oct. 15, 1904.) 

STRETTELL, HENRY HILL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 17, 
1836. [4th s. of Amos, of Cheltenham.] Matric. Michs. 1836; 
B.A. 1841. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 19, 1847. 
Doubtless brother of the above. {Law Lists.) 

STRETTON, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Oct. 20, 1828; from University College, Oxford, whence he 
had matric. Mar. 14, 1828. [3rd] s. of WUliam Thomas [of 
Laurel Lodge, Twickenham.] B. at Hampton Wick, Middle- 
sex. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1828. Died 'about 
1835.' Brother of Henry (1826) and William R. (1823). 
{Harrow Sch. Reg.; Al. Oxon.) 

STRETTON (formerly SMITH), GILBERT BAKEWELL. Adm. 
pens, at St John's, Jan. 26, 1881. S. of John Halphead, 
artist (who changed his name from Smith, in 1876) (and Ann). 
B. Aug. 30, 1861, at Shrewsbury. [School, City of London; 
and at Liibeck, Germany, and London Univ. (B.,\. 1883; 
M.A. 1884).] Matric. Lent, 1882; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1895. 
Assistant Master at Mannamead School, Plymouth, 1885; at 
Dulwich College, 1886-1912 and 1914-16. Latterly of 
Minstead, Lyndhurst, Hants. Died Oct. 27, 1948, at Chichester 
House, Hturstpierpoint, Sussex. (Dulwich Coll. Reg. ; School- 
masters' Directories; The Times, Oct. 29, 1948.) 

STRETTON, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Jan. 14, 
1826. [2nd] s. of William [Thomas] [of Laurel Lodge, 
Twickenham]. B. in London. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Lent, 1826. OfRamsgate. Died Sept. i, 1852, at New Orleans, 
U.S.A., aged 44. Brother of Frederick (1828) and William R. 
(1823). {Harrow Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 1852, 11. 660.) 

STRETTON, WILLIAM RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Apr. 30, 1823. [S. of William Thomas, of Laurel Lodge, 
Twickenham.] School, Harrow. Migrated to Trinity (age 19) 
May 22, 1823, as 'S. of Thomas and b. at Leeds.' Matric. 
Michs. 1823. Of Dany Park, Breconshire and Brynderwen, 
Monmouth. Major, Brecon Militia. J. P. and D.L. for 
Monmouth; J. P. for Brecon and Radnor. High Sheriff of 
Brecon, 1834. Died Mar. 24, 1868. Brother of Frederick 
(1828) and Henry (1826). {Harrow Sch. Reg.; Peile, 11. 412.) 

STRETTON, WILLIAM SHARPE. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 
1883. S. of the Rev. H[enry] (Magdalen Hall, Oxford, 1839), 
V. of Eastville, Lines. B. Oct. 24, 1855, at Tumham Green, 
Middlesex. School, St Albans. Migrated to Caius, Oct. i, 
1885; LL.B. 1886. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1891. 
Died July 17, 1892, in London. {Venn, 11. 474; The Guardian, 
July 27, 1892.) 

STRETTON, — . Adm. pens, at Queens', June 29, 1799. Of 
Yorks. 



Strickland, Gerald Bologna, Count 

STRICKLAND, ALBERT EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Oct. 17, 1885. S. of the Rev. John CampbeU-(i856), D.D. 
B. [July 15, 1864], at Stratford. Schools, private; and at 
King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 1885. Resided four 
terms. Of 22, Selbome Road, Hove, Sussex. Died May 27, 
1933, at Maybank, StrathpeSer, Ross-shire. {Peile, ii. 721; 
The Times, May 29, 1933.) 

STRICKLAND, CHARLES WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, Mar. 6, 1837. [Eldest] s. of [Sir] George [Chohnley, 
7th Bart., of Boynton, Yorks.]. B. [Feb. 6, 1819], at Hilden- 
ley, Malton, Y'orks. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1837; 
B.A. 1842; M.A. 1847. Supposed to have been the original of 
'Martin' in Tom Brown's Schooldays. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
Mar. II, 1841; at the Middle Temple, Feb. 6, 1849. Called to 
the Bar, May 6, 1847. On the Northern Circuit. Of Whitby 
Abbey and Boynton, Bridlington. Chairman of East Riding 
Quarter Sessions. Succeeded his father as 8th Baronet, 
Dec. 23, 1874. High Sherifi of the W. Riding, 1880. Married 
(i) Sept. 19, 1850, Georgina Selina Septima, dau. of Sir 
William Mordaunt Stuart Mikier, Bart.; (2) May 22, 1866, 
Anne Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. Christopher Nevile, of 
Thorney, Notts. Died Dec. 31, 1909, at Hildenley Hall. 
Brother of Frederick (1838) and Hemy (1841); father of 
Eustace E. (1889) and Walter W. (1871). {Rugby Sch. Reg.; 
G.E.C.; Scott, MSS.; Law Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar; 
Burke, P. and B.; The Times, Jan. i, 1910; Who was Who.) 

STRICKLAND, CYRIL. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 2, 1899. S. of 
Frank, dental-surgeon, late of South Africa (and AUce Esse). 
B. Sept. 29, 1881, at Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Schools, 
St Andrew's College, Grahamstown, South Africa and Oundle. 
Matric. Michs. 1899; Exhibitioner, 1901 ; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., 
Pt I, ist Class) 1902; M.A. and B.Chir. 1911; M.D. 1928. 
Assistant to the Professor of Biology, 1910-12. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., New Zealand Medical Corps). 
Travelling Medical Entomologist, F.M.S.; on plague opera- 
tions, Bombay Presidency, 1919-22. Professor of Medical 
Entomology, 1922-37, and Director of the School of Tropical 
Medicine, Calcutta, 1937. Author, Th€ Anophelene Mos- 
quitoes of Malaya and India. {Venn, iii, 399; Univ. War List.) 

STRICKLAND, EDWARD ALGERNON. Adm. sizar at St 
John's, Oct. 5, 1891. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. William Edmund 
(i860), of Carlisle (and Louisa Blakeney). B. Jan. 30, 1873, 
at Drigg, Cumberiand. School, St Bees (the Rev. W. T. 
Newbold). Matric. Michs. 1891. Second Lieut., the West 
India Regt., 1900; Lieut., 1901; transferred to West African 
Rifles; Capt. Acting Commissioner in Sierra Leone. Died 
suddenly of heart failure, due to malaria, Feb. 13, 1909, in 
HaUfax. {Eagle, xxx. 213; Scott, MSS.) 

STRICKLAND, EMMANUEL. Adm. pens, at Queens', May 17, 
1831. Of [KirbyMoorside], Yorks. [School, Leeds Grammar.] 
Matric. Michs. 1831; B.A. 1835; M.A. 1839. Adm. ad eundem 
at Oxford, 1854. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1836; priest (York) 
1836; C. of Ingleby Greenhow, Yorks., 1835-6. C. of Rich- 
mond, 1836-8. C. of Brixton Deverill, WUts., 1838-47. 
P.C. of Horningsham, 1848-58. R. of Brixton Deverill, 1858- 
75. Author, Heresy and Schism, What are they?; The 
Australian Pastor, etc. Died in 1875, aged 63. Father of 
Wilham E. (i860). {Leeds Gr. Sch. Adm.; Clergy List; 
Crockford.) 

STRICKLAND, EUSTACE EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 27, 1889. [Youngest] s. of [Sir] Charles William [Bart.] 
(1837), of Hildenley Hall, Malton, Yorks. (by his 2nd wife). 
B. there, Nov. 27, 1870. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1889; 
B.-^. 1892. Died Apr. 9, 1898, at the pyramids, Egypt. Half- 
brother of Walter W. (1871). {Eton Sch. Lists.) 

STRICKLAND, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. 22, 
1838. [2nd s. of Sir George Cholmley [7th] Bart., of Boynton, 
Yorks. B. Feb. 18, 1820. School, Rugby.] Matric. Michs. 
1839; B.A. 1843. 'His end was tragic. When in North 
America he lost his way in snowdrifts and darkness, and his 
dead body was found [Oct. 13, 1849], almost naked, for he 
had stripped off his clothes, as one demented.' Brother of 
Charles W. (1837) and Henry (1841). {Rugby Sch. Reg.; 
Sir Francis Galton, Memories of My Life.) 

STRICKLAND (or BOLOGNA-STRICKLAND) GERALD BO- 
LOGNA, Count. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 27, 1884. 
S. of [Capt.] Walter [R.N.], of Villa Bologna, Malta (and 
Louisa, dau. of Cavaliere Peter Paul Bonici Momfalao, of 
Malta). B. May 24, 1861, in Malta. Through his mother, 
6th Count Strickland della Catena of Malta. School, Oscott 
College, Birmingham (Dr Northcote). Matric. Michs. 1884; 
B.A. and LL.B. 1887. President of the Union, 1887. Called to 
the Bar, Inner Temple, Nov. 17, 1887. Assistant Secretary, 
Malta, 1888; Chief Secretary, 1889. Member of the Malta 
Council of Government, 1886. Attended the Colonial 
Conference, on behalf of the Island, 1887. Governor of the 



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Leeward Islands, 1902-4; of Tasmania, 1904-9; of W. 
Australia, 1909-13; of New South Wales, 1913. K.C.M.ti., 
1897; G.C.M.G. 1913. M.P. for Lancaster, 1924-7- Prune 
Minister of Malta, 1927-32. Created Baron, Jan. i, 1928. 
Lived in Malta for the remainder of his hfe. Head of the 
Ministry and Minister of Justice, 1927-32. Some years after 
retirement became prominently associated in a dispute 
between the Roman CathoUc Church, of which he was a 
member, and the State. Married (i) Aug. 26, 1890, Lady 
Edeline Sackville, dau. of the 7th Earl de la Warr. Author, 
Malta and the Phoenicians, etc. Died Aug. 22, 1940. (Law 
Lists; Who's Who; The limes, Aug. 23, 1940.) 
STRICKLAND (post STRICKLAND-CONSTABLE), HENRY. 
Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 10, 1841. [Youngest s. of 
Sk George Chohnley, Bart. B. Mar. 18, 1821. J Matnc. 
Michs. 1841; B.A. 1846. Assumed the name of Strickland- 
Constable, Mar. 26, 1863. Of Sigglesthorpe, Yorks. Married, 
Apr. 28, 1859, Cornelia Charlotte Amie, youngest dau. of 
Col Henry Dumaresq and had issue. Died Mar. 20, 1909. 
Brother of Charles W. (1837) and Frederick (1838). (Changes 
of Name; Burke, L.G..) 
STRICKLAND, HERBERT CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Michs. 1879. School, Felsted. Matric. Michs., 1879; B.A. 
1883- M.A. 1887. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1883; priest, 1884; 
C. of St Paul's, Birkenhead, 1883-5. C. of Holy Tnmty, 
Marylebone, 1885-97. V. of St Jude's, Bethnal Green, 1897- 
1925. Died Jan. 13, 1928, at Clarens, Switzerland. (Al. 
Felsted.; Crockford; The Times, Jan. 19, 1928.) 
STRICKLAND, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Apr. 15, 
1813 Of Yorks. S. of Sk William, Bart., of York (and 
Henrietta, dau. of Nathaniel Cholmley, of Whitby). [B. 
Jan. 24, 1794.J Matric. Michs. 1813; B.A. 1818. Incorp. at 
Merton College, Oxford, 1822; M.A. (Oxford) 1823. V. of 
Reighton, Yorks., 1819-24. Married, Aug. 31, 1830, Eliza 
Wood. (Al. Oxon.; Foster, Index Eccles.; Foster, Baronetage; 
Clerical Guide; T. A. Walker, 389.) 
STRICKLAND (post CAMPBELL-STRICKLAND), the Rev. 
JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 24) at Queens', Nov. 7, 1856. 'Plus 
annos 24 natus.' A 'Ten-year man.' Matric. Michs. 1865; 
B.D. (Stat. Eliz.) 1867; D.D. 1880. Ord. deacon (Sodor and 
Man) 1853; priest, 1854. V. of Christ Church, Stratford, 
Essex, 1861-4. P.C. of St Jude's, Whitechapel, 1864-8. 
Chaplain of the Chapel of Ease, Holloway, i868-8i. V. of 
St Saviour's, Upper Chelsea, 1881-6. V. of Christ Church, 
Tunbridge Wells, 1886-96. Married, Aug. 5, 1890, Kathleen, 
youngest dau. of the Hon. H. Hare, deceased. Latterly of 
22, Selboume Road, Hove, where he died, July 12, 1907, 
'aged 84'. Fatherof Albert E. (1885). (Crockford; The Times. 
July 15, 1907-) 
STRICKLAND, NOEL. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i, 1899. 
S of M.P. B. Dec. 2, 1879, at KingskerweU, Devon. 
School, Montpelier, Paignton (Mr B. Bennett). Matric. 
Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902; M.A. 1906. Assistant Master at 
Sutton Valence School, 1902-4; at Eastbourne CoUege, 1904- 
5; at St Laurence CoUege, Ramsgate, 1905-10; at Repton, 
1910-39; bursar there, 1939-43- Of Repton in 1950. Died 
Apr. 6, 1953. (Schoolmasters' Directories; Univ. War List.) 
STRICKLAND, PETER. Adm. (age 21) at Caius, Oct. i, 1870. 
S of Thomas, yeoman, deceased. B. at Staveley, Kendal. 
School, CartmeU Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1870; B.A. 1874; 
MA 1878. In business in London; Messrs Dyster, Nalder 
and Co., Crosby Square. Died Dec. 29, 1898. (Venn, 11. 394 
and III. add.) 
STRICKLAND, SEFTON WEST. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 2, 
1858. [Only] s. of Samuel West. B. [Apr. 6, 1839] m Liver- 
pool. School, Brighton College. Matric. Michs. 1858; B.A. 
1862- M.A. 1865. Adm. at Lmcohi's Inn, Nov. 3, 1863. 
Called to the Bar, June 6, 1866. Conveyancer and Equity 
Draftsman. Married, Oct. 4, 1870, Maud Gertrude Shuck- 
burgh, youngest dau. of George Shackleford, Esq., of 
Husbands Bosworth, Leics. Died Nov. 26, 1910, at 94, Elm 
Park Gardens, London. (Peile, 11. 557; Law Lists; Foster, 
Men at the Bar; Christ's College obit, notices.) 
STRICKLAND, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Apr. 16, 1788. S. of Thomas, of Watercrook, Westmorland. 
School, Appleby, Westmorland. Matric. Michs. 1789; 
Scholar, 1791; B.A. (2nd Wrangler and 2nd Smith's prize) 
1793; M.A. 1796. Fellow, 1795. 
STRICKLAND, WALTER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 19, 
1812. [Eldest s. of George, of Chestnut Grove, Boston Spa, 
Yorks. (and Jane Eleanor, dau. of Christopher Craggs, of 
Houghton-le-.Sprmg, Durham). B. Aug. 15, i793- School, 
Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 1812; Scholar, 1814; Browne medal, 
1813; B.A. 1816; M.A. 1822. Married, Dec. 27, 1839. 
Charlotte Augusta, dau. of John Carroll, of Merville, Co. 
Clare, and had issue. Died July 31, 1875. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; 
Burke, L.G.) 



Strong, Clement 

STRICKLAND, WALTER WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
July 8, 1871; from Christ Church, Oxford, whence he had 
matric, Oct. 20, 1870. [Eldest] s. of [Sir] Charles [WiUiam, 
8th Bart.J (1837), of Hildenley, Malton, Yorks. (by his ist 
wife). B. there, May 26, 1851. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1871; B.A. 1876. Succeeded as 9th Baronet, Dec. 31. 
1909. Lived abroad for many years. Became a citizen of 
Czechoslovakia, and dropped his title, 1923. Resided at 
Sestri Levante, Liguria, Italy. Married, 1888, Eliza, dau. of 
W. Yokes. Died Aug. 9, i93». at Buitenzorg, Java. HaU- 
brother of Eustace H. (1889). (Harrow Sch. Keg.; Al. Oxon.; 
Burke, F. and B.; The Times, Aug. 13, 1938.) 
STRICKLAND, WILLIAM EDMUND. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Trinity, Nov. 24, i860. S. of the Rev. E[mmanuel] (1831), 
of Brixton Deverill, Warminster, Wilts. B. Mar. 10, 1843. 
School, Marlborough College. Did not reside. B.A., Trinity 
CoUege, Dublin, 1866; M.A. (T.C.D.) 1872- Ord. deacon 
(Carhsle) 1867; priest, 1868; C. of St Stephen's, Carhsle, 
1867-8. C. of Ambleside, Westmorland, 1869-72. C. of 
Drigg, Cumberland, 1872-3. R. of Egremont, 1873-86. 
V. of St Paul's, Carlisle, 1886-1916. Died Apr. i, 1920. 
Father of Edward A. (1891). (Marlborough Coll. Reg.; 
Crockford.) 
STRINGER, ARTHUR BLACKBURN. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 
1893. S. of Henry. Adm. at St Catharine's, Oct. 10, 1894; 
Choral exhibitioner. Brother of the next. 
STRINGER, EDMUND BLACKBURN. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 
1892. S. of Henry. B. June 14, 1869, at Sheffield. Migrated 
to St Catharine's, 1893. Brother of the above. 
STRINGER, EDWARD BELCHER. Adm. at King's, Oct. 8, 
1880. [Eldest] s. of S., Esq., of Goudhurst, Kent. B. Jan. 20, 
1862. School, Lancmg. Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 1884. 
Studied Medicine at St Bartholomew's Hospital. FeUow of 
the R. Microscopical Society, 1900. Died Jan. 20, 1926, at 
Egerton Lodge, Bromley, Kent. (Lancing Coll. Reg., 119; 
The Times, Jan. 26, 1926.) 
STRINGER, HAROLD WALKER. Adm. (age 18) at Trinity 
Hall, 1885. Eldest s. of H[enry, soUcitor], of The Ehns, New 
Romney, Kent. B. Mar. 24, 1867. School, Charterhouse. 
Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888. Lieut., ist Vol. Batt., the 
Buffs, 1889. Adm. Solicitor, 1892; practised at New Milton, 
Hants., and at Lydd, Kent. Deputy Town Clerk; Deputy 
Clerk to the Borough Justices of New Romney; Registrar of 
the County Court. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Private, R. Fusiliers (Sportsman's Batt.)). Of The Gables, 
New Romney, Kent. Married, 1900, EUzabeth, eldest dau. of 
George Wright, of Partick, Glasgow. Died Nov. 10, 1947. 
(Army Lists; Univ. War List; Law Lists; V. Hodson.) 
STRINGER, JAMES. .\dm. pens, (age 18) at Emmanuel, 
Feb. 28, 1822; re-adm. Oct. 10, 1826. S. of James, Esq., of 
Madras. School, Greenwich (Dr Bumey). Matric. Michs. 
1822. 
STRINGER, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 

13, 1823. Matric. Michs. 1824; B.A. 1828; M.A. 1832. 
STROMBERG, WILLIAM WEBSTER. Adm. pens, at Selwvn 
H Oct. 13, 1883. [S. of Thomas, of HuU, printer.] B. Mar. i, 
1864 at HuU. Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886; M.A. 1890. 
Ord. deacon (Durham) 1887; priest, 1888; C. of St Paul's, 
Jarrow, 1887-91. Assistant Chaplain, at St John's, Mentone, 
France, 1891-2. C. of Ribbesford and Bewdley, Worcs., 
1892-6. C. of Kirk Ella with Anlaby, Yorks., 1896-1902. 
V. of Anlaby, 1902-12. R. of Wheldrake, 1912-19. V. of 
Godmanchester, Hunts., 1919-24. R. of Tydd St Giles, 
Cambs., 1924-35. Disappears from Crockford, 1936. 
STRONG, CHARLES ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
July 24, 1852. [Doubtless s. of Charles, of Tiverton, Devon. 
School, BlundeU's, Tiverton.] (Blundell's Sch. Reg.) 
STRONG, CHARLES BLUNDELL. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Dec. 13, 1837. [Doubtless s. of Richard Henry, attorney, of 
Tiverton, Devon. School, BlundeU's, Tiverton.] Matric. Lent, 
1838. (Blundell's Sch. Keg.) 
STRONG, CHARLES HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Jan. 28, 
1880. 3rd s. of Samuel, gent., of Bath. B. there, Apr. 25, 
1859 School, King Edward's, Bath. Matric. Lent, 1880; 
B.A. 1883; M.A. and LL.M. 1887. 
STRONG, CLEMENT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at St John's, July 7. 
1812. Of Surrey. [2nd s. of Clement Samuel, of Limpsfield, 
Surrey (and Anne, dau. of Robert Streatfeild, Esq.). School, 
Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 1812; (Civil Law Classes, ist Class, 
1815-16); LL.B. 1819. Adm. at Lincohi's Inn, June 29, 1809. 
Ord priest (Chester, Litt. dim. from Chichester) Apr. 14, 1816. 
(Sinecure) R. of Gedney, Lines., 1824-52. Married, Apr. 30, 
1816 Catherine Bridget, dau. of Vincent Hilton Briscoe, Esq., 
of Hookwood, Surrey. Died Apr. 15, 1852, aged 62, at Hayes 
Common, near Bromley, Kent. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Clergy 
List; G. Mag., 1852, n- 104; Burke, L.G.) 



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STRONG, FREDERICK WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H., 
Oct. I, 1892. B. Sept. 12, 1873. [School, Bedford Grammar.] 
Matric. Michs. 1892; Scholar; B.A. 1895. Joined the I.C.S., 
1896; served in Bengal and .■\ssam as assistant Commissioner; 
Joint Magistrate and Deputy Commissioner, 1906; Magistrate 
and Collector, 1909; Commissioner of Income Tax, Bengal, 
1926; retired in 1932. Died May i, 1946. (The Times, May 9, 
1946 ; India Office List.) 

STRONG, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, July i, 
1793. S. of Samuel, of Newtown, Montgom. School, Ruthin, 
Denbighs. Matric. Easter, i794; B.A. i797; M.A. 1800. 
Vicar-Choral of S. Asaph's, 1801-31. P.C. of Disserth, 
Flints., 1799-1831. R. of Llansannon, Denbigh, 1817-45. 
Disappears from Clergy List, 1846. (Foster, Index Eccles.; 
Clerical Guide.) 

STRONG, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 9, 1841. 
S. of George, ironmonger, of Exeter (and Frances). B. July 6, 
1817. Matric. Michs. i84r; B.A. 1845. C. of Horwich, 
Lanes., 1845-6. C. of St Simon and St Jude, Manchester, 
1846. C. of Monks-Kirby with Withybrook, Warws., 1849- 
52. Married, Dec. 30, 1845, Margaret Sarah, dau. of the 
Rev. James Ivory Holmes. Disappears from Clergy List, 
1859. (G. Mag., 1846, I. 200.) 

STRONG, RICHARD HENRY. Adm. pens, at Queens', July 5, 
1825. Of Devon. Matric. Michs. 1825. 

STRONG, RUPERT STANLEY KITTERIDGE. Adm. pens, at 
Corpus Christi, Oct. 15, 1898. S. of John Alexander, Civil 
Servant, of 2, Knaresborough Place, London, S.W. B. Oct. ir, 
1879, at 60, West Cromwell Road, S.W. School, Mariborough 
College. Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901; M.A. 1905. Ord. 
deacon (London) 1902; priest, 1903; C. of St Mary's, Kilbum, 
1902-5. C. of St John's, Reading, 1905-g. Assistant Chap- 
lain, Missions to Seamen (Medway), 1909-10; Organising 
Secretary (S.W. England), 1910-11. V. of St Stephen's, 
Hammersmith, 1911-22. V. of St John-the-EvangeUst, Drury 
Lane, 1922-35. Warden of Irms of Court Mission, Drury Lane, 
1925-9; Chaplain, 1930-5. Died Dec. 3, 1935, in London. 
(Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Crockford; The Times, Dec. 4, i935.) 

STRONG, SANDFORD ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 3, 1881. [2nd] s. of Thomas Banks, Civil Servant (War 
Office), of the Horse Guards (and Anna Lawson). B. [Apr. 10, 
1863], at Brompton, Middlesex. Bapt. Julv 12, 1863. Schools, 
St Paul's, and King's College, London (Dr Barry). [A clerk at 
Lloyds, 1878-80.] Matric. Michs. 1881 ; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1891. 
Sub-Keeper and Librarian of the Indian Institute at Oxford, 
1885-95. Professor of Arabic at University College, London, 
1895-1904. Librarian to the Duke of Devonshire, at Chats- 
worth, 1895-1904. Librarian of the House of Lords, 1897- 
1904. Married, Dec. 11, 1897, Eugenie SeUers, the Classical 
Archaeologist. Author, editions of Oriental texts, and 
descriptions and reproductions of art treasures in the collec- 
tion of the Duke of Devonshire, etc. Died, s.p., Jan. 18, 1904, 
in London. (St Paul's Sch. Reg.; Eagle, xxv. 190-4; D.X.B.) 

STRONG, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 22, 1787. 
Of Surrey. [2nd s. of Thomas (and Sophia, dau. of Robert 
Alsop, Lord Mayor of London).] Matric. Michs. 1787; B.A. 
1791; M.A. 1794. Ord. deacon (Norwich, Litt. dim. from 
Winchester) Feb. 21, 1793; priest (Carlisle, Litt. dun. from 
Winchester) Mar. 16, 1794. R. of Clyst St Mary, Devon, 
1795-1841. R. of Theberton, Suffolk, 1819-41. Married, 
Dec. 21, 1802, Augusta Louisa, dau. of Thomas Rundell, of 
Hampstead. Resided latterlv at Alfred Street, Bath, where 
he died Mar. 14, i860, aged 90. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 498 ; 
G. Mag., i860, I. 415; Burke, L.G.) 

STRONG, WALTER MERSH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 18, 
1892. S. of Richard [M.P.], of 3, Champion Park, Denmark 
Hill, London. B. Sept. 24, 1873, in London. School, Dulwich. 
Matric. Michs. 1892; Scholar, 1895; (Nat. Sci., Trip., Pt. I, 
ist Class, 1894; Pt II, ist Class, 1896); B.A. 1895; M.A. 1899; 
B.Chir. and M.D. 1903. At St Thomas's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; 
L.R.C.P., 1903; D.T.M. and H., 1914. Assistant (Skin and 
Electrical DeDt.) at St Thomas's Hospital. Chief Medical 
Officer, British New Guinea. Practised in Papua, where he 
was also Resident Magistrate for the N.E. division. Govern- 
ment Anthropologist for Papua. Author, medical. Retired 
by 1947. (Dulwich Coll. Reg.; Medical Directories.) 

STRONG, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Mar. 28, 
1758. S. of Francis [hosier], of London. School, St Paul's. 
Matric. Michs. 1758; Scholar 1759; B.A. (5'^ [Hon.] Wrangler) 
1762; M..\. 1765. Fellow, 1763-8. Ord. priest (London) 
June 17, 1764. R.ofNorton, Kent, 1767-1815. ASix Preacher 
of Canterbury Cathedral and Chaplain to the Bishop of 
Rochester. Died Aug. 26, 1815. {St Paul's Sch. Reg.; G. Mag.; 
1815, n. 568.) 



Stroud, John 

TRONG, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Queens', May 8, 1775. Of 
Northants. [Only s. of Isaac, of Peterborough. B. there, 
Feb. 13, 1756. School, Charterhouse.] Matric. Michs. 1775; 
Scholar i777; B.A. 1779; .M.A. 1782; D.D. 1802. Ord. deacon 
(Peterb.) 1781 ; priest, 1781. R. of Bolingbroke with Hareby, 
Lines., 1782-1834. V. of Billinghay, 1785-1832. Chaplain to 
the King and to the Bishop of Lincoln. .Archdeacon of 
Northampton, 1797-1842. Canon of Peterborough, 1841-2. 
Married, 1785, Margaret, dau. of the Rev. John Wakelin, R. of 
Fletton, Hunts. Resided latterly at Stanground. Died 
Sept. 8, 1842; buried in Peterborough Cathedral. M.I. there. 
Father of William B. (1832). (Northants. Clergy, xiii. loi; 
Al. Carthus.; Clerical Guide; G. Mag., 1842, 11. 669; P. B. G. 
Binnall.) 

STRONG, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 27, 1806. 
Matric. Michs. 1806; B..\. 1811; M.A. 1816. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) May 24, 1818; priest, June 27, 1819. 

STRONG, WILLIAM BATE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. 25, 
1832. [S. of the Ven. William (1775), of Stanground, Peter- 
borough. B. Dec. 25, 1815.] School, Rugby. Matric. Lent, 
1834; B..^.. 1841. Died Nov. 3, 1843, at Cambridge. M.I. in 
Old AU Saints. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 1843, ii, 664.) 

STRONGE, EDMUND. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, Apr. 10, 
1840. S. of William, Esq., of Lancaster. B. at Linton, Kent. 
Schools, Newcastle; Old Park, Durham and Twickenham. 
Did not reside. 

STRONGITHARM, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1892. S. of Col. A[ugustus] (The King's Own) [of Prior's 
Lee, Barrow-in-Furness.] B. Dec. 1872, at Barrow-in- 
Furness. School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1892. Lieut., 
N. Stafis. Regt. Served in the South .\frican War, 1900-1, 
and in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., Gloucs. Regt.). Died 
at Brighton, Nov. 13, 1950. (Uppingham Sch. Roll; The 
Times, Nov. 14, 1950.) 

STROTHER, THOMAS WILLIAM. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 8, 1883. 
[Eldest s. of William, of Killinghall, Yorks., (and Catherine, 
dau. of WUliam Watson, of Elmwood, Harrogate). B. Feb. 
27, 1865. School, Charterhouse.] Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 
1886. Football (assoc.) 'blue,' 1886. Of Westfield, KiUinghall. 
Harrogate, and Higham Park, Northampton. J. P. for the 
W.R. of Yorks., and for the Liberty of Ripon. Married, 
June 20, 1888, Emily Maude, dau. of WiUiam Jardine, of 
Bognor. Died Dec. 29, 1930. (Book of Blues; Burke, L.G.; 
The Times, Jan. i, 1931.) 

STROUD, EDWARD GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity 
Hall, June 20, 1865. [3rd] s. of J[ohn], Esq., of Clewer, 
Berks. Matric. Lent, 1866. Migrated to Worcester College, 
Oxford, whence he matric. Jan. 30, 1867. (Al. Oxon.) 

STROUD, FREDERICK ROBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Sept. 3, 1889. S. of Robert, draper, of Wolverhampton (and 
Elizabeth Philadelphia Stone). B. .\ug. 20, 1867, at Cardiff. 
School, Wolverhampton Grammar (Mr T. Beach). Matric. 
Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1899; 
priest, 1900; C. of St Matthew's, Newington, Surrey, 1899- 
1904. C. of St .-Andrew's, Catford, Kent, 1905-7. V. of Great 
Redisham, Suffolk, 1907-15- V. of Lindsey, 1915-52-. 
(Wolverhampton Gr. Sch. Reg.; Crockford.) 

STROUD, HENRY. Adm. scholar at St John's, May 12, 1882. 
S. of John, chemist (and Mary). B. Aug. 7, 1861, at Bristol. 
School, Bristol Grammar; also at University College, Bristol, 
and at Owens College, Manchester. Matric. Michs. 1882; 
Scholar, 1882; B.A. (8th Wrangler) 1885; (Nat. Sci. Trip., 
Pt II, ist Class, 1886); .M.A. 1889. [B.Sc. London, 1883; 
D.Sc. London, 1886. D.Sc, Durham.] Lecturer in Physics at 
Armstrong College, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1886-7; Professor of 
Physics, until 1937; Vice-Principal, 1924-6. Married Eva, 
eldest dau. of Clifford Emett, of Bristol, and had issue. 
Died Sept. 3, 1940, at Gerrard's Cross, Bucks. (Scott MSB.; 
The Times, Sept. 4, 1940.) 

STROUD, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Dec. 16, 1846. 
[Eldest] s. of James, gent, (and Mary .Ann). B. Nov. 19, 1828, 
at Camberwell, Surrev. School, Tonbridge. Migrated to 
Merton College, Oxford, whence he matric. June 4, 1847, 
age 18; postmaster, 1847-51; B.A. (Oxford) 1851; M.A. 
(Oxford) 1854. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 1853; priest (Bath and 
Wells) 1855; C. of ChaScombe, Somerset, 1853-61. Second 
Master of Crewkeme Grammar School; Assistant Master at 
Tonbridge, 1860-73. C. of East Peckham, Kent, 1866-73. 
R. of South Perrott, n: Mosterton, Dorset, 1873-1904. Lie. Pr , 
dio. of Salisbury, 1905-9. Latterly of Broadstone, Dorset. 
Died in Oct. 1909. Doubtless father of the next. (Tonbridge 
Sch. Reg.; Al. Oxon.; Crockford; Clergy List.) 



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STROUD, JOHN HENRY. Adm. at Clare, June 14, 1884. 
[Doubtless s. of the Rev. John (above). B. 1864. School, 
Sherborne.] Matric. Michs. 1884. Farmed for sometime in 
Minnesota; afterwards engaged in the cinema business in 
England. Died in 1926. {Sherborne Reg.) 

STROUD, The Rev. JOSEPH. M.A., 1833, incorp. from Oxford. 
[S. of William, Esq., of Bath.] Matric. from Wadham 
CoUege, Oxford, Oct. 18, 1816, age 21; B.A. (Oxford) 1820; 
M.A. (Oxford) 1826; Chaplain of Wadham, 1831-40. P.C. of 
Williton, Somerset, 1840-54. R. of Bondleigh, Devon, 1854- 
5. Died, Aug. 21, 1855. (Al. Oxon.; Clergy List; G. Mag., 
1855, n. 440.) 

STROUTS, ERNEST WALTER. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 16, 
1885. S. of Walter, law-clerk [died 1884] (and Harriet 
Pooley). B. July 10, 1867, at Milton, Kent. School, Kmg's, 
Rochester (the Rev. J. Langhome). Matric. Michs. 1885; 
B.A. 1888. Assistant Master at Hartlebury Grammar School, 
Worcs., 1891-9; at the Godolphin School, Hammersmith, 
1899-1900; at Aske's School, Hampstead, 1901-32. (Roffen- 
sian Reg. ; Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

STRUDWICK, EDMUND. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Pembroke, 
July 6, 1770. 2nd s. of Edmund, Esq., of Fomham St Martin, 
Suffolk. B. there. Matric. Michs. 1771. Brother of the next. 

STRUDWICK, GEORGE LUCAS. Adm. pens, (age 15) at 
Pembroke, Feb. 4, 1768. Eldest s. of Edmund, Esq., of 
Fomham St Martin, Suffolk. B. there. Matric. Michs. 1768. 
Brother of the above. 

STRUGNELL, ALFRED. Adm. sizar at Queens', May 22, 1850. 
[S. of James, Esq., of St Mark's Road, Kennington, Surrey.] 
Matric. Michs. 1850; Scholar; B.A. 1854; M.A. 1865. Ord. 
deacon (Winchester) 1855; priest, 1856; C. of Christ Church, 
Bermondsey, 1855-8. C. of Mortlake, Surrey, 1858-60. C. of 
St Clement-Dane?, Westminster, 1861-5. C. of St Jude's, 
Bethnal Green, 1865-8; V. there, 1868-96. Married, Apr. 24, 
1855 , Elizabeth, only dau. of Jacob Thomas, Esq., of Clapham 
Rise, Surrey. Died s.p., Dec. i, 1901, aged 76, at Waltham- 
stow. (A. Tudor-Craig; Crockford; Bury and Norwich Post, 
May 2, 1855; The Times, Dec. 4, 1901.) 

STRUTH, NATHANIEL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 20, 1810; 
a 'Ten-year man,' 1819. [School, Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 
1810. R. of St Peter's, Bristol, 1819-29. Died Jan. 30, 1847. 
{Harrow Sch. Reg.; Foster, Index Eccles.; C. R. Hudleston.) 

STRUTT, The Hon. ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 13, 
1861. [3rd] s. of Edward (1819), [ist] Baron Belper. B. 
Mar. 3, 1842, in London. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 
1861 ; (Nat. Sci. Trip., ist Class, 1864) ; B.A. 1865 ; M.A. 1868. 
Of MUford House, Derbs. J. P. for Derbs. Capt., Derbyshire 
Rifle Volunteers. Married, Apr. 22, 1873, Alice Mary 
Elizabeth, dau. of Ambrose Lisle Marsh Phillipps de Lisle, of 
Garendon Park. Died Feb. 6, 1877. Brother of Henry (1859) 
and Frederick (1862). {Harrow Sch. Reg.; Burke, P. and B.) 

STRUTT, The Hon. CHARLES HEDLEY. Adm. pens, at Triniy, 
July 14, 1867. [4th] s. of John James, 2nd Baron Rayleigh 
(Oriel CoUege, Oxford, 1814) (and Clara Elizabeth La Touche, 
dau. of Capt. R. Vicars, R.E.). B. [Apr. 18], 1849. at Terling, 
Essex. School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1868; (Moral Sci. 
Trip., rst Class, 1871); B.A. 1872. M.P. for East Essex, 
1883-5; for the Maldon division of Essex, 1895-1906. Of 
Blunt's Hall, Witham, Essex, and 90, Onslow Gardens, 
London. J. P. for Essex. Travelled much in North Borneo 
and Sumatra. Chairman of several rubber and tobacco 
companies. Married, 1919, Evangeline, dau. of Henry Hoare, 
of Staplehurst and widow of Percy Broderick Bernard, of 
Freckenham, Suffolk. Died Dec. 19, 1926. Brother of 
Edward G. (1872) and John W. (1861). {Winchester Coll. 
Reg.; Scott, MSS.; Return of M.P.s; The Times, Dec. 20, 
1926.) 

STRUTT, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Jan. 31, 
1819. [Only] s. of William (and Barbara, dau. of Thomas 
Evans, of Derby). B. [Oct. 26, 1801], at Derby. School, York. 
Matric. Michs. 1819; B.A. 1823; M.A. 1826; Hon. LL.D. 1862. 
President of the Union, 1821. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 10, 
1823; at the Inner Temple, June 13, 1825. M.P. for Derby, 
1830-48; for Arundel, 1851-2; for Nottingham, 1852-6. 
P.C, 1846. Chief Commissioner of Railways, 1846-8. Of 
Kingston HaU, Kegworth, Derbs. Chancellor of the Duchy of 
Lancaster, 1852-4. Created Baron Belper, Aug. 29, 1856. 
F.G.S.; F.Z.S.; F.R.S., i860. J.P. for Notts.; High Sheriff, 
1850; Lord Lieut., 1864. President of University College, 
London, 1871-9. Married, Mar. 28, 1837, Amelia Harriet, 
youngest dau. of Dr William Otter, Bishop of Chichester. Died 
June 30, 1880, in London. Father of Henry (1859), Arthur 
(1861) and Frederick (1862). (Burke, P. and B.; D.N.B.; 
G.E.C.) 



Strutt, The Hon. Robert John 

STRUTT, The Hon. EDWARD GERALD. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, July 11, 1872. [5th] s. of John James [2ndJ Baron 
Rayleigh, of Terling Place, Witham, Essex (and Clara 
Elizabeth La Touche, dau. of Capt. R. Vicars). B. there 
[Apr. 10], 1854. School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1872; 
B.A. 1875. Undertook the management of his brother's 
estates, 1876. Of Whitelands, Hatfield Peverel, Essex. His 
administration of the Rayleigh farms was one of his responsi- 
bilities, and the system of management he evolved was an 
important contribution to the science of agriculture; formed 
a retail selling organisation known as Lord Rayleigh's 
Dairies, Ltd. Founder of the firm of Strutt and Parker, 
Land-agents and Surveyors, 1877. President of the Sur- 
veyors' Institute, 1912. .'Adviser to the Board of Agriculture, 
1917-19. C.H., 1917. Married, Oct. 29, 1878, Maria Louisa, 
dau. of John Jolliffe TufneU, of Langleys, Essex, and had 
issue. Died, Mar. 8, 1930. Brother of Charles H. (1867 )and 
John W. (i86i); father of John J. (1900). {Winchester Coll. 
Reg.; D.N.B.; Who's Who; The Times, Mar. 10, 1930.) 
STRUTT, The Hon. FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Jan. 6,1862. [4th] s. of Edward (1819) [ist] Baron Belper (and 
AmeUa Harriet, dau. of the Rt. Rev. William Otter, Bishop 
of Chichester). B. Nov. 28, 1843. Did not reside. Lieut., 
Notts. Yeomanry, 1873. J.P. for Notts., Derby and Leicester. 
Mayor of Derby, 1902-3. Died unmarried, Apr. 12, 1909. 
Brother of the next and of Arthur (1861). (Burke, P. and B.\ 
Army Lists.) 
STRUTT, The Hon. HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 20, 
1859. [2nd] s. of Edward (1819), of Kingston, Notts, (and 
Amelia Harriet, dau. of the Rt. Rev. WiUiam Otter, D.D., 
Bishop of Chichester). B. May 20, 1840, in London. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1859; LL.B. 1863; LL.M. 1867. 
M.P. for East Derbyshire, 1868-74; for Berwick-on-Tweed, 
April-June, 1880. Succeeded his father as 2nd Lord Belper, 
June 30, 1880. Capt. of the Gentlemen-at-Arms, 1895-1905. 
Of Kingston Hall, Kegworth, Derbs. Col., S. Notts. Yeo- 
mamy. A.D.C. to the King. Sometime head of Messrs W. G. 
and J. Strutt, cotton-merchants. A Director of the Midland 
railway. D.L and J.P. for Derbs., Leics. and Notts. Married, 
May 2, 1874, Lady Margaret Coke, 6th dau. of the 2nd Earl 
of Leicester. Died July 26, 1914. Brother of the above and 
of Arthur (1861); father of William (1894). (Harrow Sch. 
Reg.; Burke, P. and B.; Return of M.P.s; The Times, July 27, 
1914.) 
STRUTT, JOHN JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 1900. 
S. of the Hon. Edward Gerald (1872), of Whitelands, Witham, 
Essex (and Maria Louisa, dau. of John Jolliffe Tufnell, of 
Langleys, Essex). B. Oct. 26, 1881, at Terling, Essex. 
School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1900. Associate, Sur- 
veyors' Institution. Subsequently engaged in agriculture in 
Canada. Married, Feb. 24, 1914, Agnes Roger Dewar, dau. of 
Lord Forteviot. {Winchester Coll. Reg.) 

STRUTT, The Hon. JOHN WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Jan. 15, 1861. [Eldest] s. of John James [2nd] Baron 
Rayleigh (and Clara Elizabeth La Touche, eldest dau. of 
Capt. Richard Vicars, R.E.). B. [Nov. 12], 1842, at Langford, 
Essex. Schools, Eton and Harrow (for short periods due to 
ill-health) and Highstead, Torquay, Devon (private). Matric. 
Michs. 1861 ; B.A. {Senior Wrangler and ist Smith's prize) 
1865; M.A. 1868; Hon. Sc.D., 1888. Fellow, 1866-71. Hon. 
Fellow, 1881. Cavendish Professor of Experimental Physics, 
1879-84. Hon. D.C.L., Oxford, 1883; Hon. Sc.D., Leeds, 
1888. Chancellor of the University, 1908-19. Succeeded as 
3rd Baron Rayleigh, 1873. Professor of Natural Philosophy 
at the Royal Institution, 1887-1905. F.R.S., 1873; Secretary, 
1904; President, 1905. O.M., 1902. Nobel prize, 1904. Privy 
Councillor, 1905. Lord Lieut, of Essex, 1892-1901. Knight of 
the Prussian Order of Merit, 1904. Married, July 19, 1871, 
Evelyn Georgiana Mary, 2nd dau. of James Maitland Balfour, 
of Whittingehame, East Lothian, and sister of Arthur 
Balfour. Author, Treatise on the Theory of Sound, etc. Died 
June 30, 1919, at Terling Place, Essex. Brother of Charles H. 
(1867) and Edward G. (1872); father of the next. {Harrow 
Sch. Reg.; Burke, P. and B.; Who was Who; D.N.B.) 

STRUTT, The Hon. ROBERT JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Jime 25, 1894. [Eldest] s. of John William (above). Baron 
Rayleigh, of Terling Place, Witham, Essex. B. there [Aug. 
28], 1875. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1894; Scholar 1897; 
B.A. 1897; (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1897; Pt II 1st 
Class, 1898); M.A. 1901. Fellow, 1900. Hon. Sc.D.. Dublin; 
Hon. D.Sc, Durham; Hon. LL.D., Edin. Professor of Physics 
at the Imperial College of Science, South Kensington, 1908- 
19. Succeeded as 4th Baron Rayleigh, June 30, 1919. F.R.S., 
1905 ; Foreign Secretary, 1929-34. Chairman of the executive 
committee of the National Physical Laboratory and of the 
governing body of the Imperial College of Science. Member, 
advisory committee of the Dept. of Scientific and Industrial 
Research. President of the Physical Society, 1934-6. 



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I'resident of the British Association, 1938. Of Terling Place, 
near Chelmsford. Keenly interested in agriculture, especially 
in milk production. Married (i) Lady HUda Clements, dau. 
of the Earl of Leitrim; (2) 1920, Kathleen Alice, dau. of 
John Coppin-Straker, of Stagshaw House, Northumberland. 
Author, John William Strutt, zrd Baron Rayleigh; Life of 
Sir J. J. Thomson, etc. Died Dec. 13, 1947. (Who's Who; 
The Times, Dec. 15, i947.) 
STRUTT, The Hon WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 
1894. [Eldest] s. of Henry (1859) [znd] Baron Helper, of 
Kingston Hall, Kegworth, near Derby. B. [Feb. 9], 1875, m 
London. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1894. Found dead 
in his bath at St Louis, Missouri, U.S.A., Oct. 5, 1898. [The 
Times, Oct. 6, 1898.) 
STUART, ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 11, 1877. 
S. of William, of MelvUle House, Portobello, Edinburgh. 
B. Feb. 16, 1859, in Edinburgh. School, Charterhouse, 
Godalming. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1882; M.A. 1885. 
Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, June 17, 1885. J.P. for 
Edinburgh. Member of Portobello Town Council. Married, 
J899, — , dau. of E. H. J. Crauford, M.P. of Auchenames. 
Drowned off the coast of Norway, Sept. 21, 1909. (Law 
Lists.) 
STUART, ANDREW JOHN. Adm. pens, at Sr John's, June 13, 
i860. Of Wicklow. S. of the [Hon. and] Rev. Andrew 
[Godfrey] (M.A., Trinity College, Dublin, 1847), [R. of 
Cottesmore, Rutland] (and the Hon. Catherine Aim Wingfield, 
dau. of the 5th Viscount Powerscourt). B. Dec. 21, 1841. 
[School, Rugby.] Matric. Michs. i860. Entered the I.C.S., 
1861. Served in the Madras Presidency. Judge at Godoweri, 
1879. Became blmd. Retired, 1882. Of Stuart Hall, Stewarts- 
town, Co. Tyrone. Succeeded his cousin as 6th Earl and 
Viscount and 14th Baron Castlestewart, 1914. Married, 
1878, Emma Georgiana, dau. of General Arthur Stevens. 
Died Nov. 7, 1921, in London. Brother of Robert E. (1854). 
(Rugby Reg. (John only); Who's Who; Scott, MSS.; The 
Times, Nov. 10, 1921; G.E.C.) 
STUART, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Apr. 14. 
1845. [Youngest] s. of Daniel [of Harley Street, London, and 
Wickham Park, Oxon.] B. [Apr. 18, 1827], in London. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1845. Died Mar. 15, 1847, 
aged 19, in London. (Eton Sch. Lists; G. Mag., 1847, i. 559-) 
STUART, ATHOL ALEXANDER PAUL REES. Adm. at 
Caius, Oct. 2, 1899. S. of Montague Pelham, of Steynton, 
Surbiton (and Mary Rees). School, Cheltenham CoUege. 
Matric. Michs. 1899. Resided two terms. Won Diamond and 
Wingfield Sculls at Henley, 1909. Lieut., 6th Bt. the Man- 
chester Regt. (T.), 1900. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Capt. and Adjt., Manchester Regt.; Major, Sherwood 
Foresters (Notts, and Derby Regt.)). (Venn, in. 3991 Univ. 
War List.) 
STUART, CHARLES GORDON. Adm. (age 18) at Caius, Oct. i, 
1881. S. of James Meliss, merchant, of Victoria Street, 
London. B. at Napier, New Zealand. School, private. 
Matric. Michs. 1881. Resided five terms. Died Sept. 4, 1935, 
at Cadboro Bay, Victoria, British Columbia. (The Times, 
Sept. 20, I935-) 
STUART, CHARLES MADDOCK. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Aug. 25, 1876. [3rd] s. of James, merchant [of Sudbury Hill 
House, Harrow] (and Mary Agnes). B. Sept. 25. 1857, in 
Calcutta. Bapt. Nov. 14, 1857. School, Harrow (Mr H. G. 
Hart)- and Royal College of Chemistry, S. Kensington. 
Matric. Michs. 1876; Scholar, 1878; (Nat. Sci. Trip., ist Class, 
i879);B.A. 1880; M.A. 1884. FeUow, 1884-90. At Strasbourg 
University, 1882-3. Assistant Master at Clifton College, 
1880-2; at the High School, Newcastle-under-Lyme, 1884-8. 
First Head Master of St Dunstan's College, Catford, 1888- 
1922; the School re-opened in 1888 with 30 boys; Stuart 
built up a flourishing institution with over 600. Royal 
Humane Society's medal for saving life in a skating accident, 
1886. Married,' Dec. 29, i888, Bertha Marion, 3rd dau. of 
Harry Coghill, of Brampton Tree House, Newcastle-under- 
Lyme. Died Nov. 22, 1932, in South Croydon. Brother of 
Edward A. (1872) and Henry V. (1883). (Harrow Sch. Reg.; 
Eagle, XL VII. 190; Schoolmasters' Directories; The Times, 
Nov. 24, 1932-) 
STUART, CHARLES POLE. Adm. pens, at Sx John's, Apr. 24, 
1844. [2nd] s. of William (1815), of Aldenham Priory, Herts, 
(and Henrietta Maria Sarah, dau. of Admiral Sir Charles M. 
Pole, Bart.). B. May 7, 1826, at St George's, Hanover 
Square, London. Matric. Michs. 1844; B.A. 1848; M.A. 1852. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 3, 1846. Called to the Bar, 
Nov. 21, 1 85 1. Of Sandymount House, Wobum Sands, Beds. 
J.P. for Bucks, and Beds. Married, Mar. 20, i860, Anne, 
eldest dau. of Robert Smyth, Esq., of Gaybrook, Co. West- 
meath, and had issue. Died Aug. 25, 1896. Brother of 
William (1843) and Clarence E. (1845); father of Robert A. 
(1881). (Eagle, XIX. 499; Foster, Men a! the Bar; G. Mag.; 
i860, I. 507.) 



Stuart, Francis Arthur Knox 

STUART, CHARLES VILLIERS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Christ's, 
Nov. I, 1826; re-adm. Jan. 26, 1S31. [3rd] s. of [Lord] Henry 
(and Gertrude, dau. of George Villiers, Earl of Grandison). 
[School, Charterhouse.] Kept the Mich, term, 1826 and three 
terms, 1831-2. Married, 1831, Elizabeth, dau. of Admiral 
John R. SmoUett, of BonhiU, Isle of Wight. Died Dec. 19, 
1870. (Peile, II. 424; R. L. Arrowsmith.) 
STUART, CLARENCE ESM6. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 22, 
1845. [3rd] s. of William (1815), of Aldenham Abbey, Herts, 
(and Henrietta Maria Sarah, dau. of Admiral Sir Charles 
Morice Pole, Bart.). B. May 29, 1827, in St George's parish, 
Hanover Square, London. [School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 
1845; B.A. 1849; M.A. 1852. Became a Plymouth brother, 
i860; worked for that body in Reading. Married, Apr. 16, 
1853, Catherine, dau. of Colonel John Cunninghame, of 
Caddell and Thornton, Ayrs., deceased. Author, The New 
Testament and its Translations ; Modern Translations of the 
Vulgate and the Bible Socidy; Tracings from the Gospels; 
Textual Criticism of the New Testament, etc. Resided at 
Addington House, Reading, where he died Jan. 8, 1903. 
Brother of Charles P. (1844) and WiUiam (1843). (Eton Sch. 
Lists; Scott, MSS.; Eagle, xxiv. 230 and 372; The Times, 
Jan. 9, 1903.) 
STUART (or CRICHTON-STUART), DUDLEY. Adm. pens, 
(age 19) at Magdalene, July 28, 1891. [2nd] s. of James 
Frederick [Dudley] (1842), army officer, of Woolton House, 
Newbury. B. Mar. 4, 1871. School, private. Matric. Michs. 
1891. Of II, Campden Grove, London, W. Died July 18, 
1939, at Ilkley; buried at Woolton Hill, Hants. (The Times, 
July 20, 1939.) 
STUART, LORD DUDLEY COUTTS. Adm. a nobleman at 
Christ's, May 27, 1820. [8th and youngest] s. of John 
[ist] Marquess of Bute (and Frances, 2nd dau. of Thomas 
Coutts, banker). [B. Jan. ir, 1803.] School, private. Matric. 
Easter, 1821; M.A. 1823. M.P. for Arundel, 1830-7; for 
Marylebone, 1847-54. Deeply interested in the restoration of 
Polish independence, and worked indefatigably for its cause; 
'formed the conviction that the aggressive spirit of Russia 
could be checked only by the restoration of Poland.' Married, 
1824, Christina Alexandrina Egypta, dau. of Lucien Bona- 
parte, Prince of Canino, and had issue, one son. Author, 
A Speech on the Policy of Russia, delivered in the House of 
Commons; Address of the London Literary Association of the 
Friends of Poland to the People of Great Britain and Ireland. 
Died Nov. 17, 1854, in Stockholm, while on a visit, taken in 
the hope of persuading the King of Sweden to join the 
Western Powers. Half-brother of John (1784) and Herbert W. 
(1788); father of Francis C. (1842). (Peile, 11. 399; D.N.B.) 
STUART, EDWARD ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 5, 1872. S. of James, merchant [of Sudbury HOI 
House], Harrow (and Mary Agnes). B. Apr. 17, 1853, in 
Calcutta. Bapt. May 18, 1853. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1872; Scholar, 1875; B.A. 1876; M.A. 1879. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) June 11, 1876; priest, 1877; C. of St 
Andrew's, Thorpe-next-Norwich, 1876-7. C. of St Giles's, 
Norwich, 1877-9. V. of St James's, Holloway, 1879-93. 
Select Preacher at Cambridge, 1892 and 1899. Thursday 
Lecturer, St Mary-le-Bow, London, 1888-1917. V. of 
St Matthew's, Bayswater, 1893-1907. Preb. of St Paul's, 
1905-7. Rural Dean of Paddington, 1906-7. Canon of 
Canterbury, 1907-17. Married, Jan. 6, i88o, Emily Ada, 
2nd dau. of J. Guy, Esq., of Catton House, Norwich. Author, 
Children of God. Died Feb. 25, 1917, in the Precincts, 
Canterbury. Brother of Henry V. (1883) and Charles M. 
(1876). (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Eagle, xxxviii. 347; Crockford; 
The Times, Feb. 27, 1917.) 
STUART, EDWARD JACKSON. Matric. Non-Coil., Michs. i877- 
S. of Alexander (and Frances). B. at Nettleham, Lines. Bapt. 
Apr. 14, 1857. [Student of law at Osgoode Hall, Toronto, 
1872-5.] Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 16, 1883. Ord. deacon 
(Durham) 1880; priest, 1894; C. of Bearpark, Durham, 1880- 
2. C. of East Hatley, Cambs., 1883-4. C. of Little Billing, 
Northants., 1884-5. C. of Modbury, Devon, 1885-6. C. of 
Winksley, Yorks., 1891-2. C. of AmpthUl, Beds., 1893. 
C. of Tannington, Suffolk, 1894-5. C. of Tuddenham, 1897-8. 
C. of Penistone, Yorks., 1899-1901. V. of Metfield, Suffolk, 
1901-21. Died, May 23, 1921. (Scott, MSS.;Crockford; The 
Times, May 31, 1921.) 
STUART, FRANCIS ARTHUR KNOX. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 2, 
1893. [3rd] s. of Major Burleigh [William Henry Fitzjohn], 
of Dergmoney, Co. Armagh (and Charlotte Anne, dau. of 
Col. Francis Ellis). B. there, 'Sept. 27, i875- Schools, 
Henley-in-Arden and Bath CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1893; 
B.A. 1905. At St Mary's Hospital. L.S.A., 1907. Senior 
Assistant Medical Officer, Grayling WeU Hospital, Chichester. 
Assistant Medical Officer at the West Sussex County Asylum 
Chichester, 1911-15- Died Mar. 9, 1915, as the result of 
a motor-accident. (Venn, 11. 535; Medical Directories; The 
Times, Mar. 12, 1915; Burke, P. and B.) 



Stuart, Francis Coutts 

STUART, FRANCIS COUTTS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. lo, 
1842. [Paul Amadeus Francis Coutts. S. of Dudley C. 
(1820).] Matric. Mich. 1842. Capt., 60th Regt. Died, un- 
married, Aug. I, 1889. (IJurke, P. and B.) 

STUART, GEORGE ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS. Adm. pens, at 
Emmanuel, Oct. i, 1897. S. of [George Henry (next) and] 
Mrs Stuart of i, Waterloo Place, Weymouth. [B. Dec. i, 
1879. School, We>nnouth CoUege.] Matric. Michs. 1897; 
Scholar; (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1899); B.A. 1900. 
Entered the I.C.S. 1901. Served in Madras as Assistant 
Collector and Magistrate; Assistant Settlement Officer, 1906; 
Collector and Joint Magistrate, 1911; Director of land 
records, 19 13. Secretary to the Madras Survey and land 
records Committee, 1914; Director of land records, 1917. 
Agricultural Adviser to the Govermnent of India and 
Director of the Agricultural research Institute at Pusa, 
1919-21. Married Ida Mary Locock, eldest dau. of the 
Rev. Sealy Poole, R. of ChickereU, Dorset. Died Aug. 8, 
1921, at Madras. (Scott, MSS.; The Times, Aug. 20, 1921; 
Weymouth Coll. Reg.; I.C.S. Lists.) 

STUART, GEORGE HENRY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June i, 
1870. [Eldest s. of Peter, civil engineer, of Balham.] Matric. 
Michs. 1870; Scholar; B.A. (5th Wrangler and 2nd Smith's 
prize) 1874; M.A. 1877. Fellow, 1874-8. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, Jan. 22, 1876. Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 1896. Entered 
the Indian Educational Service, 1882; Principal of Kum- 
bakonum College; Principal of the Presidency College, 
Madras, 1895. Director of Public Instruction, Madras, 1899- 
1903. Member of Viceroy's Legislative Council, Calcutta, 
1903. Died Nov. 9, 1903, aged 51, in Madras. Father of the 
above. (Scott, MSS.; Laio Lists; The Times, Nov. 17, 1903; 
I.C.S. Lists.) 

STUART, GEORGE JOHN. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1889. S. of 
William Edington, of Peniarthuchaf (sic), Towyn, Merioneth., 
and of Betton Strange, Salop. [School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 
1889. 'TraveUed in North America.' {Eton Sch. Lists.) 

STUART, GEORGE MALCOLM. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1886. 
S. of Robert Laidlow, Writer to the signet [and Procurator- 
Fiscal for Midlothian], of Edinburgh. B. there, Aug. 26, 1868. 
School, Edinburgh Academy; and at Edinburgh University. 
Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. i88g. Writer to the Signet in 
Edinburgh, 1892, and Notary Public. Clerk to George 
Heriot's Trust, 1923-34. President, British Waterworks 
Association, 1922-33. Married, Sept. 2, 1896, Mary Elizabeth, 
dau. of John Scott Moncrieff. Of Lynedoch Place, Edinburgh. 
(Venn, ii. 486; Edinburgh Acad. Reg.; Scottish Biographies.) 

STUART, HAROLD ARTHUR. Adm. at King's, Oct. 3, 1879- 
[S. of Peter. B. July 29, i860, at York. School, Bishop's 
Stortford.] Matric. Michs. 1879. Entered the I.C.S., 1881; 
Under Secretary to Govt.; directed Indian Census, 1891; 
Inspector-General of Police, Madras, 1898. Secretary to the 
Indian Police Commission. First Director of Criminal 
Intelligence Department, 1904. Home Secretary to the 
Government of India, 1908-11. Member of the Madras 
Executive Council, 1912-16. Retired, 1916. C.S.I., 1903; 
K.C.V.O., 1906; K.C.S.I., 1914; G.C.M.G., 1922. 'One of the 
ablest and most successful administrators of his day.' In the 
Ministry of Food. 1916-18. British High Commissioner on 
the Inter-Allied Rhineland Commission, 1920-1, and British 
Commissioner for Upper Silesia. Married, Aug. 19, 1885; 
Alice Catherine, 3rd dau. of the Rev. Frederick WiUiam 
Whitehead, of Cambridge. Died Mar. i, 1923, in London. 
(Scott, MSS.; The Times, Mar. 2, 1923; Who's Who.) 

STUART, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peterhouse, June 23, 
1789. Of Essex. School, Newport, Essex. Matric. Michs. 
1789; B.A. 1793; M.A. 1796. Ord. deacon (London), July 13, 
1794; priest, Sept. 20, 1795. V. of Steeple Bumpstead, and 
R. of East Donyland, Essex, 1801-34. Chaplain to the Earl of 
Mansfield. Died May 4, 1834, at Lofthouse, Yorks. (T. A. 
Walker, 359; G. Mag., 1834, i. 665.) 

STUART, HENRY. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 16) at Christ's, 
Dec. 20, 1820. [2nd] s. of the Most Rev. William (1772), 
Archbishop of Armagh. B. 1804, at Armagh. School, 
Beaconsfield, Bucks. Matric. Michs. 1821; B.A. 1825; M.A. 
1828. M.P. for Bedford, 1837 (unseated, 1838) and 1841-54. 
Resided at 18, Hill Street, Berkeley Square, London. Died, 
Oct. 26, 1854, at Kempston, Beds. Brother of William (1815). 
[Peile, II. 403; Boase, iii. 807.) 

STUART, HENRY CUMBERLAND. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Sept. 6, 1851. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Henry William (1824). 

B. Jan. 31, 1833, in Madras. School, Bath College. Matric. 
Michs. 1851; B.A. 1856; M.A. 1859. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 
1856; priest (London) 1857; C. of Northaw, Herts., 1857. 

C. of St Andrew's, Enfield, Middlesex, 1858-9. C. of Stow-on- 



Stuart, James 

the-Wold, Gloucs., 1861-3. V. of Wragby, Yorks., 1863-84. 
Married, 1858, Eleanor Cardine, dau. of Lieut.-Col. C. Bevan, 
deceased. Died Sept. 16, 1884. {Peile, 11. 521; G. Mag., 1858, 
II. 307; The Guardian, Sept. 24, 1884; Clergy List.) 

STUART, HENRY ESM6. Adm. (age 18) at Trinity Hall, 
1883. [Youngest] s. of Colonel — [William] (1843), of 
Tempsford HaU, Sandy, Beds. [B. July 15, 1865.] School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1884. Married Feb. 16, 1899, Emily, 
dau. of James Comwell. Died Aug. 21, 1905, aged 40, at 
Bournemouth. (Burke, P. and B.; The Times, Aug. 25, 1905.) 

STUART, HENRY VENN. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 1883. 
[Youngest] s. of James, merchant, of [Sudbury Hill House], 
Harrow. B. there, Aug. 8, 1864. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1883; Scholar, 1884-6; B.A. (Theol. Trip., Pt II, 
ist Class) 1886; M.A. 1890; D.D. 1924. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 
1887; priest, 1888; C. of Burslem, Staffordshire, 1887-91. 
V. of St James's, Wolverhampton, 1891-5. V. of Cannock, 
1895-1903. R. of Stoke-on-Trent, 1903-24. Preb. of Lich- 
field, 1905-24. Select Preacher, 1906. Dean of Carlisle, 1924- 
33. A devoted worker amongst the industrial population of 
Burslem and Stoke-upon-Trent. Married, Oct. 10, 1904, 
Marguerite Evelyn, 3rd dau. of the Rev. Charles James Bird, 
of Buckhurst Hill. Died Jan. 12, 1933. Brother of Edward A. 
(1872) and Charles M. (1876). {Harrow Sch. Reg.; Venn, 11. 
462; Crockford; The Times, Jan. 13, 1933; Cambridge Review, 
Jan. 20, 1933.) 

STUART, HENRY WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Queens', Nov. 5, 
1824. [B. at Lincoln.] Matric. Lent, 1825; B.A. 1830. 
Chaplain in the H.E.I.C; at Vepery, 1832-4; Bangalore, 
1834-7; Ootacamund, 1837-43; Trichinopoly, 1843-6. Senior 
Presidency Chaplain, Madras Cathedral, 1846-7. Lived at 
Bath, 1847-53. V. of Northaw, Herts., 1853-6. Married, 
1831, Georgina, dau. of Charles Cumberland. Died Oct. 5, 
1856. Fatherof Henry C. (1851). (F. Penny; G. Mag., 1856, 
II. 655; C. R. Hudleston.) 

STUART (or CRICHTON-STUART), HERBERT. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Feb. 12, 1845. [2nd s. of the Hon. Patrick James 
Herbert (1812). B. Aug. 5, 1827. School, Eton.] Matric. 
Michs. 1846; B.A. 1850; M.A. 1856. Called to the Bar, 
Lincoln's Inn, May, 1854. In the Foreign Office. D.L. for 
Buteshire. Married, Aug. 28, i860, Fanny Adelaide, dau. of 
John Labouchere, of Broom Hall, Surrey. Died Dec. 30, 1891. 
Brother of James F. D. (1842). {Eton Sch. Lists; Lam Lists; 
Scots Peerage, 11. 309.) 

STUART, The Hon. HERBERT WINDSOR. Adm. FeU.-Com. at 
St John's, Jan. 8, 1788. [2nd] s. of John, Viscount Mount- 
stuart [4th Earl and 1st Marquess of Bute] (and Charlotte 
Jane, eldest dau. of Viscount Windsor). B. May 6, 1770. 
[School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1789- In the H.E. I.C.S. in 
Bengal, 1791; Assistant to the Registrar of the Court of 
Appeal, Calcutta, 1794; Second Assistant, 1795; First 
Assistant, 1795; Assistant to the Collector, at Purnea, 1797; 
Registrar to the ZiUah Adawlut at Moorshedabad, 1800; 
retired, 1800. Died Jan. 20, 1825, in Upper Norton Street, 
London. Brother of John (1784); half-brother of Dudley C. 
(1820). {Eton Coll. Reg.; St John' Coll. Adms., iv. 498.) 

STUART, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Emmanuel, Dec. 16, 
1762. S. of Admiral — [James] Stuart, deceased. B. in 
Westminster. School, Paddington (Mr Lally). Doubtful if 
resided. 

STUART, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Caius, Jan. 15, 1858. S. of 
the Rev. James [Hilman] (Trinity College, Oxford, 1825), R. of 
Ampton, Suffolk. B. there, June 3, 1839. School, private. 
Matric. Michs. 1858; B.A. 1862. Ensign, 47th Regt., 1864; 
Lieut., 1868; Capt., 1876; Paymaster, 3rd Dragoon Guards, 
1879-89; retired in 1889. Father of James S. (1884). (Venn, 
II. 338; Army Lists.) 

STUART, JAMES. Adm. sizar at Trinity, May 14, 1862. [Eld.] s. 
of Joseph Gordon. B. [Jan. 2], 1843, at Balgonie, Fifes. [School, 
Madras College, St Andrews; and at St Andrews University; 
B.A. 1861.] Matric. Michs. 1862; Scholar, 1864; B.A. 
(yd Wrangler) 1866; M.A. 1869. FeUow, 1867. Hon. LL.D. 
St Andrews, 1876. Professor of Mechanism and applied- 
Mechanics, 1875-89; established the mechanical workshops 
and inaugurated the Mechanical Sciences Tripos. Originator 
of the University Extension lectures, 1873. M.P. for Hackney, 
1884; for Hoxton, 1885-1900; for Sunderland, 1906-10. 
Member of the L.C.C., 1889-1907. Rector of St .Andrews 
University, 1898-1901. A Director of J. and J. Colman, Ltd., 
Norwich. P.C, 1909. Married, 1890, Laura Elizabeth, eldest 
dau. of Jeremiah James Colman, of Carrow House, Norwich. 
Author, Reminiscences, etc. Of 24, Grosvenor Road (later 
Millbank), London, and Carrow Abbey, Norwich. Died 
Oct. 12, 1913, at Norwich. Stuart House, headquarters of the 
Extra-Mural (formerly University Extension) work of the 
University was named after him. Brother of Joseph G. (1868). 
(Helen C. Colman; C.U. Hist. Reg.) 



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Stuart, James Frederick Dudley 

stuart (or crichton-stuart), james frederick 

DUDLEY. Adni. pens, at Trinity, Mar. lo, 1842. [Eldest] 
s. of the Hon. Patrick James Herbert (1812). B. Feb. 17, 
1824, in London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1842. Lieut. - 
Col., Grenadier Guards. M.P. for Cardiff, 1857-80. Lord 
Lieutenant of Bute, 1859. Married, July 28, 1864, Gertrude 
Frances, dau. of Sir George Hamilton Seymour. Died Oct. 24, 

1891. Brother of Herbert {1845); father of Dudley (iSgi). 
(Scots Peerage, 11. 308; Eton Sell. Lists.) 

STUART (post KILBEE-STUART), JAMES KILBEE. Adm. pens, 
at Queens', Apr. 4, 1845. Matric. Michs. 1845; B.A. 1850; 
M.A. 1853. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1850; priest, 1850; C. of 
Hinxworth, Herts., 1850. C. of Wickham-Bishops, Essex, 
1851-2; C. of Ingatestone, 1852. C. of St Bride's, Fleet 
Street, London, 1853-5. C. of East and West Rudham, 
Norfolk, 1855-6. Chaplain (Eccles. Est.) dio. of Calcutta, 
1856-81; at Peshawur, 1856-8; Novvshera, 1858; Rawal- 
pindi, 1858-62; Murree, 1862-4.; Anarkull, Lahore, 1864-7. 
Berhampore, 1873-4; Fort William, 1874; Fyzabad, 1874-7; 
Delhi, 1877-9; Karachi, 1879-81. V. of Fence-in-Pendle, 
Lanes., 1883-4. V. of Ch. Gresley with Linton, Derbs., 1884- 
92. Changed his name to KUbee-Stuart, 1885. Died July 14, 

1892, aged 66. Father of Ronald R. K. (1878). (Crockford; 
The Guardian, July 20, 1892.) 

STUART, JAMES ORCHARD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
June 26, 1846. Matric. Michs. 1846. Doubtless the 'James 
O. Stuart, S.C.L., of Chatsworth House, Handsworth", who 
appears occasionally in Clergy List until 1873. 

STUART, JAMES SENIOR. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Jan. 18, 
1884. [Eldest] s. of James [i8th Hussars (1884)]. B. [Feb. 9, 
1865], at Ampton, Bury St Edmunds. School, Bury St 
Edmunds. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887; M.A. 1891. Ord. 
deacon (Bath and Wells) 1888; priest, 1889; C. of Peasedown, 
Somerset, 1888-93. C. of Warminster, Wilts., 1893-9. V. of 
Christ Church, Warminster, 1899-1942. Died in 1942. 
(Bury St Edmunds Gr. Sch. Reg.; Peile, 11. 704.) 

STUART, The Hon. JOHN. Adm. a nobleman at St John's, 
May 27, 1784. Eldest s. of John, Viscount Mount Stuart 
[4th Earl and ist Marquess of Bute]. B. Sept. 25, 1767, in 
Grosvenor Square, London. School, Eton. Matric. Lent, 
1787; M.A. 1787. Viscount MountStuart, by courtesy. 
Mar. 10, 1792. M.P. for Cardiff, 1790-4. Colonel, Glamorgan- 
shire Militia, 179 1. Lord Lieut, of Glamorgan, 1793. Married, 
Oct. 12, 1792, Elizabeth Penelope, dau. of Patrick Crichton, 
Earl of Dumfries. Died Jan. 2, 1794, at Bassingboum Hall, 
near Stansted, Essex, a month after a fall from his horse. 
Father of John C. (1808) and Patrick J. H. (1812); half- 
brother of Dudley C. (1820); brother of Herbert W. (1788). 
(Eton Coll. Reg.; St John's Coll. Adms., iv. 499.) 

STUART, JOHN BURNETT. Adm. pens, at Queens', May 5, 
1823. Of Leics. [Eldest s. of John Burnett, of Dens and 
Crichie, Mintlaw, Aberdeens. (and Elizabeth Sarah, dau. of 

A. Horsfall).] Matric. Michs. 1823; M.B. 1828; M.D. 1834. 
In Holy Orders. V. of BiUesdon with Goadby and RoUeston, 
Leics., 1836-46. Latterly of Dens and Crichie, Mintlaw, 
Aberdeens. Died, unmarried, in 1873. Brother ofTheodosius 

B. (1823). (Burke, L.G.; Clergy List.) 

STUART, JOHN CRICHTON, EARL OF DUMFRIES. Adm. 
nobleman (age 15) at Christ's, Nov. 19, 1808. [Elder] s. of 
John (1784), Viscount Mount Stuart (and Elizabeth Penelope, 
dau. and sole heiress of Patrick Crichton, Earl of Dumfries 
B. Aug. 10, 1793. School, Eton. Matric. Lent, 1809; M.A. 
1812; Hon. LL.D. 1835. Adm. ad eundem at Oxford, 1829; 
Hon. D.C.L., Oxford, 1834. Succeeded as 6th Earl of 
Dumfries on the death of his maternal grandfather, Apr. 7, 
1803; and as 2nd Marquess of Bute, Nov. 16, 1814 on the 
death of his paternal grandfather. .-Assumed by sign manual 
Aug. 26, 1805 the surname and arms of Crichton in addition 
to that of Stuart. F.R.S., 1818; F.S.A., 1838. K.T., 1843. 
High Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church of 
Scotland, 1842-6. Recorder of Banbury. Keeper of Rothsay 
Castle. Married (i) July 29, 1818, Maria, eldest dau. of 
George Augustus, 3rd Earl of Guilford; (2) Apr. 10, 1845, 
Sophia Frederica Christina, dau. of the ist Marquess of 
Hastings, and had issue. Died Mar. 18, 1848 at Cardiff. 
Brother of Patrick J. H. (1812). [Eton Sch. Lists; Peile, 11. 
363; Al. Oxon.; Burke, P. and B.; G.E.C.) 

STUART, JOHN WINDSOR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 12, 
1864. [2nd] s. of Henry, of Newton Stewart, Wigtowns. (and 
Cecilia, dau. of Charles Hammersley). B. there, Dec. 3, 1846. 
Schools, [Glenalmond and] Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1865 ; B.A. 
1869. Of Foley House, Rothesay, Bute. Factor to the 
Marquess of Bute. J. P. and Hon. Sheriff-Substitute for 
Butes and Renfrews. Lieut., Argyll and Bute Vol. Artillery, 
i88i; Capt., 1883; Major, 1888; Lieut.-Col. 1893. Married, 
Apr. 30, 1873, Flora, dau. of Capt. William C. J. Campbell, 
of Snettisham Hall, Norfolk. Died Dec. 8, 1905. [Glenalmond 
Reg. ; Harrow Sch. Reg. ; Burke, P. and B.) 



Stuart, Robert William Hall 

STUART, JOSEPH GORDON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Dec. 12, 
1868. [S. of Joseph Gordon, Esq., of Balgonie, Markinch, 
Fifeshire.] Migrated to Trinity Hall, Dec. 10, 1869. Matric. 
Michs. 1869. Brother of James (1862). 

STUART, KENNETH. Matric. Non-Coil., Lent, 1897; B.A. 1899. 

STUART (post STUART-GRAY), MORTON GRAY. Adm. pens, 
at St John's, Mar. 10, 1873. [3rd] s. of the Rev. Edmund 
Luttrell (Exeter College, Oxford, 1818), R. of Winterboume- 
Houghton, Dorset (and Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. J. L. 
Jackson, R. of Swanage). B. [Apr. 16, 1855], at Blandford. 
Bapt. May 26, 1855. School, Uppingham (Mr Thring). 
Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1877; M.A. 1880. Professor of 
Natural History at the Royal .-Agricultural College, Ciren- 
cester, 1879-S1. F.G.S., 1878. Assumed the additional name 
of Gray, 1901, on succeeding to family estates. Succeeded his 
brother, Francis James, as 17th Earl of Moray, 1909, and 
resumed the name of Stuart only. An authority on arbori- 
culture, and an amateur artist of much ability. Married, 
Dec. 17, 1890, Edith Douglas, dau. of Rear-Admiral George 
Palmer. Died Apr. 19, 1930, at Damaway Castle, Forres. 
(Uppingham Sch. Roll; Journal of the Geological Soc. (1931. 
XXII); Eagle, XLVi. 51; Burke, P. and B.; Who's Who; The 
Times, Apr. 21, 1930.) 

STUART (post CRICHTON-STUART), The Hon. PATRICK 
JAMES HERBERT. Adm. a nobleman (age 17) at Christ's, 
June 27, 1812. [2nd] s. of John (1784), Viscount Mount- 
Stuart. [B. Aug. 25, 1794.] School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
18:2; M.A. 1814. M.P. for Bute, 1820-6; for Ayr Burghs, 
1834-52; for Ayrshire, 1857-9. Assumed the additional 
surname of Crichton, Mar. 1817. Lord-Lieut, of Butes. 
Married, July 13, 1818, Hannah, dau. of William Tighe, of 
Woodstock, Kilkenny. Died Sept. 7, 1859- Brother of John 
C. (1808); father of Tames F. D. (1842) and Herbert (1845). 
(Peile, 11. 373; The Scots Peerage, 11. 308.) 

STUART, PAUL AMADEUS FRANCIS COUTTS (1842) see 
STUART, FRANCIS C. 

STUART, ROBERT ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 3, 1881. S. of Charles Pole (1844). gent, [of Sandymount 
House, Wobum Sands, Beds, (and Anne). B. [July, 1862], at 
Langley, Bucks. Bapt. Aug. 10, 1862. [Schools, Haileybury, 
and Oxford Military College, Cowley.] Matric. Michs. 1882; 
B.A. 1885; LL.M. 1889. Of Chandlersford, Hants. Married, 
Jan. 6, 1897, Edith M. N., dau. of the Rev. H. E. Stoker. 
Died in 1899. (Haileybury Reg.; Burke, L.G.). 

STUART, ROBERT EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
July 3, 1854. Of Ireland. S. of the Hon. and Rev. Andrew 
[Godfrey, R. of Cottesmore, Rutland] (and Catherme, dau. 
of Viscount Powerscourt). B. [Nov. 2, 1836], at Brackaville, 
Co. Tyrone. Bapt. May 12, 1837. [Schools, Harrow and 
Edinburgh Academy.] Matric. Michs. 1S54. Died May 30, 
1857, at Bournemouth. Brother of Andrew J. (i860). (Edin- 
burgh Acad. Reg.; Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

STUART, ROBERT WALTER, LORD BLANTYRE. Adm. as a 
Nobleman at St John's, Feb. 21, 1794- S. of Alexander 
[loth] Lord Blantyre (and Catherine, eldest dau. of Patrick 
Lindsay, of Eaglescaimie, Haddingstons. B. June 10, 1777. 
School, Eton. Had succeeded as nth Lord Blantyre, Nov. 5, 
1783. Ensign, 3rd Foot Guards, 1795; Capt., 31st Foot, 1798; 
12th Light Dragoons, 1798; Capt., 7th Light Dragoons, 1799; 
Major, 17th Light Dragoons, 1804; Lieut.-Col., 42nd Foot, 
1804; Brevet-Col., 1813; Major-General, 1819. Served in 
Holland, 1799, in Egypt, 1801, in Pomerania and Zealand, 
1809; in the Peninsula, 1809. C.B. 1813. Served in Portugal, 
Egypt, Pomerania and the Baltic, and Spain. Lord Lieutenant 
for Renfrewshire, 1820-2. Elected as Representative Peer for 
Scotland, 1806, but was unsuccessful in 1807 and did not sit 
again in Parliament. Married, Feb. 20, 1813, in Edinburgh, 
Fanny Mary, dau. of the Hon. John Rodney, Chief Secretary 
to the Government of Ceylon. Killed Sept. 22, 1830, during 
civil disturbances in Brussels. Father of William (1842). 
(Eton Sch. Lists; G.E.C; St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 140.) 

STUART, ROBERT WILLIAM HALL. Adm. at Clare, Mar. 21, 
1884. [S. of the Rev. J.] Matric. Non-CoD., from Ayerst H., 
Michs. 1884. Adm. at St Catharine's, May i, 1886; B.A. 
1887; M.A. 1910. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1888; priest, 1889; 
C. of NecheUs, Birmingham, 1888-90. C. of St Matthew s, 
Luton, 1890-2. Planter's Chaplain at Christ Church, 
Kurseong, Bengal, 1892-7; Chaplain (Indian Eccles. Estab.), 
at Dum Dum, 1898-9; at Fort William, 1899-1900, and 
1904-6; at St John's, Calcutta, 1900-4; at St Paul's Cathedral, 
Calcutta, 1909-19. Canon of Calcutta, 1914-19. \- 01 
Bagshot, Surrey, 1920-34. Married, Dec. 24, 1901, Constance 
T. dau. of the Rev. Wihiam Chastel de Boumville. Died 
Nov. 8, 1934. [Crockford; The Times, Nov. 10, 1934-) 



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STUART, RONALD ROGERS KILBEE. Matric. Non-CoU. 
Michs. 1878. Adra. pens, (age 20) at Jesus, Jan. i, 1879. b. of 
the Rev. J[ames] Kilbee (1845). B. Dec. 12, 1858, at Rawal 
Pindi, India. School, King William's College, Isle of Man. 
Second Lieut., Sherwood Foresters, 1881; Lieut., 1881; 
Capt., 1887. Resigned his commission owmg to bad healtn 
and lived for some time on the Riviera. A weU-known rose 
grower. Died June 27, 1926, in London. {King Wtlham s 
Coll. Reg. ; F. Brittain.) 

STUART, THEODOSIUS BURNETT. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
May 5, 1823. Of Northants. [2nd s. of John Burnett ot 
Dens and Crichie (and Elizabeth Sarah, dau. of A Horsfall).J 
Matric. Michs. 1823; B.A. {isth Wrangler) 1827; M.A. 1830; 
B.D. 1838. Fellow, 1829. Ord. deacon, 1829; priest, 1031. 
C. of Whitkirk, Yorks., 1831-7. V. of Northallerton, 1839-49- 
V. of Wookey, Somerset, 1849-68. Preb. of Wells, 1859- 
Married, 1839, Maria Love, dau. of Capt. J. Robertson, K.N., 
and had issue. Died in i868. Brother of John B. (1823); 
father of Augustus T. (1866), sub Burnett-Stuart) {Clergy List; 
Crockford; Burke, L.G.; G. E. Kirk.) 

STUART, The Hon. WILLIAM. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 17) at 
St John's, Jan. 14, 1772. [5th and] youngest s. of [John], 
3rd Earl of Bute (and Mary, only dau. of Edward Wortley 
Montague). B. [Mar. 15, i755] ia London. School, Win- 
chester. Matric. Lent, 1774; M.A. 1774; D.D. 1789- Ord. 
deacon (Norwich, Litt. dim. from Canterbury), May 30, 1779- 
V. of Luton, Beds., 1779-94. Canon of Christ Church, 
Oxford, 1789; Canon of Windsor, i793- Bishop of St David's, 
1794-1800; Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All 
Ireland, 1800-22. Privy CounciUor, Ireland, 1800; England, 
1801. ' Introduced (Apr. 10, 1783) by BosweU to Dr Johnson, 
who described him as "an exemplary parish priest in every 
respect'". Married, May 3, i796, at St George's, Hanover 
Square, Sophia Margaret Juliana, dau. of Thomas Penn, of 
Stoke Poges. Author, The Crucifixion (a poem) ; 2 he Generous 
Impostor (a comedy) ; Series of Essays in a Daily Newspaper; 
Considerations on the Principles of Naval Discipline; 1 he 
Ways of God, etc. Died May 6, 1822, in Hill Street, Berkeley 
Square, as the result of taking a draught of embrocation in 
mistake for medicine. Full-length figure in marble in the 
cathedral, Armagh. Father of Henry (1820) and William 
(next). (St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 499; D.N.B.) 

STUART, WILLIAM. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St John's, Oct. 19, 
1815. [Eldest] s. of Dr [William] (above). B. [Oct. 31, 1798]. 
at Ham, Surrey. Matric. Michs. 1816; M.A. 1820. Of 
Aldenham Abbey, Herts., Tempsford Hall, Beds., and 
Hill Street, Hanover Square, London. M.P. for Armagh, 
1820-6; for Bedford, 1830-1 and 1832-4. J.P. and D.L. for 
Beds.; High Sheriff of Beds., 1846. Married (i) Aug. 8, 1821, 
Henrietta Maria Sarah, eldest dau. of Sir Charles Morice Pole, 
Bart.; (2) Aug. 31, 1854., Georgina Adelaide, dau. of General 
Walker. Author, Stwartiana (privately printed). Died July 7. 
1S74. Father of Charles P. (1844), Clarence E. (1845) and 
WiUiam (1843); brother of Henry (1820). (Eagle, xxiv. 236; 
Return of M.P.s; Boase, m. 812; Burke, P. and B.) 

STUART, The Hon. WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Feb. 8, 1842. [2nd] s. of Robert Walter (1794). [nth] Baron 
Blantyre. B. [Mar. 3, 1824], at Erskine, Renfrews. Schools, 
Eton and Loretto. Matric. Michs. 1842; M.A. 1845. Entered 
the Diplomatic Service, 1845; Attach^ in Paris, 1845; 
Secretary of legation at Rio de Janeiro, 1858; at Naples, 
1859; at Washington, 1861; Charg6 d'afiaires there, 1863. 
Secretary of embassy at Constantinople, 1864; at St Peters- 
burgh, 1866. Minister plenipotentiary at Buenos Ayres, 1868; 
Minister plenipotentiary to Greece, 1872, and to The Hague, 
1877; retired, 1882. C.B. 1871. K.C.M.G. 1886. Married, 
Sept. 6, 1866, Georgina, eldest dau of Lieut. -General George 
Borlase Tremenheere. Died Apr. i, 1896, at Sutton Park 
Cottage, Guildford. (Eton Sch. Lists; Loretto Reg.; Scott, 
MSS.; The Standard, Apr. 4, 1896; Boase, in. 813.) 

STUART, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 18, 1843- 
[Eldest] s. of William (1815), of HiU Street, Hanover Square, 
London [and of Aldenham Abbey, Herts] (and Henrietta 
Maria Sarah). B. Mar. 7, 1825, in the parish of St George's, 
Hanover Square. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1843. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, Apr. 5, 1848. Called to the Bar, May 2, 
1851. Of Tempsford HaU, Sandy, Beds. M.P. for Bedford, 
1854-7 and 1859-68. J.P. for Herts., Hunts, and Beds. 
Chairman, Beds. Quarter Sessions. High Sheriff of Beds., 
1875. Hon. Col., 3rd Batt. the Bedfordshire Regt. Married, 
Sept. 13, 1859, Katharine, eldest dau. of John Armytage 
Nicholson, Esq., and had issue. Died Dec. 21, 1893, at 
Menabilly, Par, Cornwall. Brother of Charles P. (1844) and 
Clarence E. (1845); father of Henry E. (1883). (Eagle, xviii. 
208; Law Lists; Burke, P. and B.; Foster, Men at the Bar; 
Boase, iii. 811.) 



Stubbs, Charles William 

STUART, WILSON. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 10, 1898; an 
advanced student. S. of John Cuthbert, Wesleyan minister, 
of Liverpool (and Elizabeth Wilson). B. Mar. 3, 1873, at 
Leek, Staffs. Schools, Manchester Grammar and Yorkshire 
College, Leeds (Dr Dodington). Matric. Michs. 1898. A 
Wesleyan Minister. Sometime assistant Tutor at Headingley 
College. Served at Falmouth, Birmingham, Brixton Hill, 
Douglas and Glasgow. Fellow of Manchester University. 
Devoted to the cause of temperance reform; gave evidence 
before the Royal Commission on licensing. Author, English 
Philosophical Styles. Died Aug. 10, 1934, at his home near 
Coniston. (Eagle, xlviii. 200.) 

STUART-WILLIAMS, SYDNEY CHARLES (1897), see WIL- 
LIAMS. 

STUBBER, ROBERT [HAMILTON]. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St 
John's, Feb. 7, 1826. B. in Ireland. [Doubtless eldest s. of 
the Rev. Alexander Chetwood Hamilton, R. of Thomastown, 
Co. Kilkenny (who married Eleanor, dau. of the Rev. Sewell 
Stubber, and assumed the name). B. Oct. 1, 1803.] Matric. 
Easter, 1826. Of Moyne, Co. Wicklow. J.P. and D.L.; 
High Sheriff of Wicklow, 1831. Married May 2, 1840, Olivia, 
dau. of the Rev. Edward Lucas, and widow of Henry Smyth. 
Died in 1862. (Burke, L.G., 1882; Kelly, Handbook; F. P. 
White.) 

STUBBER, ROBERT HAMILTON. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1897. S. of Robert Hamilton, Esq., of Moyne, Durrow, 
Queen's Co., Ireland. [B. Sept. 28, 1879.] Matric. Michs. 
1897. Entered the Army, 1899; served in the South African 
War, 1898-1901. Capt., ist Life Guards, 1906; retired, 1912. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Major, S. Irish Horse, 
attached Life Guards; mentioned in despatches; D.S.O., 
1916). Of Marston Hill, Fairford, Gloucs. D.L. and J.P. for 
Queen's County. .Married, 1920, Mabel Florence Mary, dau. 
of the Earl of Erne and widow of Capt. Lord Hugh William 
Grosvenor. (The V.C. and D.S.O. (Hamilton-Stubber) ; 
Burke, E.G. of Ireland.) ' 

STUBBS, ARTHUR GOODWIN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1889. S. of A. [of Sherwood Rise, Nottingham]. B. 
Jan. 10, 1871, at Nottingham. School, Haileybury. Matric. 
Michs. 1889. Sometime a tomato and chrysanthemum 
grower for Covent Garden. Married, 1895, Alice, dau. of 
J. Gibbons, of Gloucester. Died at Keston, Kent, Feb. 23, 
1950. (Haileybury Reg.; The Times, Mar. l, 1950-) 

STUBBS, ASHLEY. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i, 1894. S. of 
the Very Rev. Charles William (1864), D.D., Dean of Ely (and 
Harriet). B. June 16, 1875, at Granborough, Bucks. Schools, 
Royal Institution, Liverpool (Mr Turner), and Blundell's, 
Tiverton. Matric. Michs. 1894. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Officers' Cadet Batt.). Subsequently of Los 
Angeles, California. Brother of Philip S. F.( 1900) (Blundell's 
Sch. Reg.; Royal Inst. Sch. Reg.) 

STUBBS, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Sept. 25, 
1869. Of Middlesex. [Only s. of John Dixon, of Ealing. 

B. Dec. 7, 1850. School, St Paul's, London.] Matric. Michs. 
1869; Scholar, 1870; B.A. 1873; LL.B. 1874; M.A. and LL.M. 
1876; LL.D. 1882. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Oct. 12, 1871. 
Called to the Bar, June 6, 1874. Married, Aug. 31, 1881, 
Frances Sarah, only dau. of William D. Saunder, of Ealing. 
Sometime of Ashtead, Surrey. Died Sept. 24, 1931, at 
Surbiton; buried at West Molesey. (St Paul's Sch. Reg.; Law 
Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, Sept. 26, 1931-) 

STUBBS, CHARLES EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 10, 
1881. S. of WiUiam Henry, of BlymhiU, Staffs. B. Nov. 9, 
1861, at Weston, Staffs. School, Newport, Salop (private). 
Matric. Michs. 1881. 

STUBBS, CHARLES STEWART. Adm. pens, (age 23) at 
Pembroke, Oct. i, 1878. S. of WilUam Aylwin, merchant, of 
London, deceased. B. there. Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882; 
M.A. 1885. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1881; priest, 1884; C. of 
St Augustine's, Wisbech, 1881-3. C. of AU Saints, New- 
market, 1883-6. C. of Ashton-on-Mersey, Cheshire, 1886-94. 

C. of St James's, Congleton, 1894-5. C. of Rock Ferry, 1896- 
7. C. of Carrington, 1897-1911. Married, Oct. 28, 1898, 
Gertrude, eldest dau. of WiUiam Simpson Holden, of Bolton, 
Lanes. Died Jan. 3, 1911. (Crockford; The Guardian, Jan. 6, 
1911.) 

STUBBS, CHARLES WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 12, 
1864. Only s. of Charles, spice-merchant, of Liverpool. B., 
there, Sept. 3, 1845. School, King's Royal Institution, 
Liverpool (Dr Turner). Matric. Michs. 1864; exhibitioner; B.A. 
1868; Le Bas prize, 1868; M.A. 1876, D.D. 1894. Hon. 
FeUow, 1904. Select Preacher, 1881; Lady Margaret Preacher, 
1896; Hulsean Lecturer, 1904. Ord. deacon, 1868; priest, 
1869; C. of St Mary's, Sheffield, 1868-71. V. of Granborough, 
Bucks., 1871-84. Select Preacher at Oxford, 1883. V. of 



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Stokenham with Chivelstone and Sherford, Devon, 1884-8. 
R. of VVavertree, Liverpool, 1S88-94. Dean of Ely, 1S94- 
1906. Bishop of Truro, 1906-12. Married Harriet, 3rd dau. 
of William Turner, of Liverpool. Author, International 
Morality; Village Politics, Addresses and Serttums on the 
Labour Question; The Conscience and other Poems; God and 
the People ; The Land and the Labourers ; Christ and Economics ; 
A Creed for Christian Socialists ; Historical Memorials of Ely 
Cathedral; Handbook to Ely Cathedral; Cambridge and its 
Story; The Truro Carol Book, etc. Died May 4, 19 12. Father 
of Ashley (1894) and Philip S. F. (1900). {Crockford; The 
Times, May 6, 1912.) 
STUBBS, DANIEL HOLLAND. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1877. Of Lanes. S. of Lucas Peter, of Mount Road, 
New Brighton, Cheshire. B. Nov. 16, 1856, at Liverpool. 
School, Liverpool College and at Liverpool Institute. 
Matric. Michs. 1877. Ord. deacon (Liverpool), 1885; priest, 
1886; C. of All Saints, Liverpool, 1885-7. C. of Prescot, 
Lanes., 1887-9. V. of Penwortham, 1889-94. Chaplain at 
Brindisi, 1896-7; .Assistant Chaplain at St Andrew's Cathe- 
dral, Singapore, 1897-1901 ; acting C.F. in Singapore, 1902-5. 
Assoc, St Andrew Mission, dio. of Salisbury, 1907-9. C. of 
Hungerford, Berks., 1909-13. C. of Burghfield, 1913-15. 
C. of Fareham, Hants., 1916-20. Lie. Pr., dio. of Winchester, 
1920. Latterly of 38, Bury Road, Alverstoke, Hants. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1928. 
STUBBS, EDWARD STEWART. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Pembroke, Sept. 21, 1877. Eldest s. of the Rev. Stewart 
Dixon (1852), of Pentonville. B. in HoUoway. Matric. Michs. 
1877; B.A. 1881. Ord. deacon (London) 1881; priest, 1882; 
C. of St Saviour, Paddington, 1881-6. Minister at Port 
Carling, Ontario, Canada, 1886. Died, Dec. 19, 1886, at 
St Moritz, Engadine, Switzerland. Brother of John D. (1884). 
{Clergy List, The Guardian, Dec. 22, 1886.) 
STUBBS, FRANK HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 27, 
1870. [Only] s. of the Rev. Henry C, Principal of the 
Training College, Warrington, Lanes, (and Ellen Eliza). B. 
[Nov. 16, 1851], at Warrington. Bapt. Dec. 19, 1851. School, 
Christ's Hospital. Matric. Michs. 1870; Scholar, 1872; B.A. 
(49«A Wrangler) 1874; M.A. 1877. Assistant Master at Ton- 
bridge, 1875-6; at Huddersfield Proprietary College, 1877-9; 
Second Master at Queen's CoUege, Georgetown, Demerara; 
Head Master of Government College, Georgetown, 1879-81. 
Died Sept. 19, 1881, at Georgetown, of yellow fever. (Ton- 
bridge Sch. Reg.; Christ's Hosp. Exhib.; The Guardian, Oct. 19, 
1881.) 
STUBBS, JAMES WARDEN. Non-Coil. Matric. Easter, 1889. 
'Of the Argentine and latterly of Bognor Regis.' Died at 
Solihull, Oct. 4, 1949, aged 81. (The Times, Oct. 21, 1949-) 
STUBBS, JOHN DIXON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 23, 1884. 
S. of the Rev. Stewart Dixon (1852), of 5, Mecklenburgh 
Square, London. B. Feb. 22, 1865, in London. School, 
Brooke House, Potton, Beds, (private). Matric. Michs. 1884; 
B..A.. 1887; M.A. 1891; M.B. and B.Chir., 1892. At St 
Bartholomew's Hospital; House Physician and Semor 
Clinical Assistant there. House Surgeon, London Temperance 
Hospital. Of 126, Tulse Hill, London, S.W. Hon. Medical 
Officer, Bri.xton and Streatham dispensary. Died Oct. 16, 
1936. Brother of Edward S. (1877). (Medical Directories; 
Trin. Coll. Record, 1936.) 
STUBBS, JONATHAN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Jan. 26, 1793. 
Of Hunts. [S. of the Rev. Jonathan (Christ Church, Oxford, 
1746), R. of Orton Longueville. Bapt. Oct. ii, i773- School, 
Winchester.] Doubtful if resided. .Matric. from New CoUege, 
Oxford, Nov. i, 1793, age 20; B.A. (Oxford) 1797- C. of 
St Alkmund's, Derby, 1798-1803. C. of Utto.xeter, Staffs., 
1803-10. Married, 1807, Miss — Kirk, of Derbs. Died 
Nov. 13, 1810, at Tutbury, Staffs., being killed by a fall from 
a gig. (Winchester Scholars, 277; Al. Oxon.; G. Mag., 1810, 
II. 669; Simms, Biblio. Staff.) 
STUBBS, LEWIS ST GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 8, 
1897. S. of the Hon. Alfred. B. [June 14, 1878], at Cockbum 
Harbour, Turk's Island, W. Indies. Schools, York Castle, 
Jamaica, and Denstone College, Stafis. Matric. Michs. 1898. 
Served in the South African War (Sufiolk Regt.), 1 898-1901. 
Studied Law in Winnipeg; LL.B., Manitoba University, 
1906. Judge of the High Court of Manitoba. Married, 1904, 
Mary, dau. of Thomas WUcock, of Winnipeg. Of East 
Harbour, Turks Island, West Indies, 1930. (Denstone Reg.; 
Peile, II. 816.) 
STUBBS, PHILIP STANLEY FEWSTON. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
Oct. I, 1900. [4th] s. of the Very Rev. Charles William (1864), 
Dean of Ely. B. Oct. i, 1881, at Granborough, Bucks. 
Schools, Kings', Ely, and Lancing CoUege (Dr WUson). 
Matric. Michs. 1900. Head Master of Furzie Close School, 
Barton-on-Sea, Hants. Married, 1909, Marjorie, dau. of the 
Very Rev. W. M. Fumeaux, Dean of Winchester. Died at 



Studd, Arthur Haythorne 

Barton-on-Sea, Oct. 17, 1948. Brother of Ashley (1894). 
(Lancing Coll. Reg.; Reg. of Kings' Sch., Ely; Schoolmasters' 
Directories; The Times, Oct. 18, 1948.) 

STUBBS, STEWART DIXON. Adm. pens, at Pembroke, Feb. 28, 
1852. 2nds. of Joseph, sometime a merchant, of London. B. in 
Surrey. Matric. Michs. 1852; Scholar; B.A. 1856; M.A. 1859. 
Ord. deacon (Winchester, for London), 1856; priest (London), 
1857; C. of St Mark's, ToUington Park, Islington, 1856-60. 
C. of St Matthew's, Essex Road, Islington, 1860-1. Chaplain 
at Rouen, 1861. C. of St James's, MusweU HiU, 1861-2. C. 
of St John's, Upper HoUoway, 1863-70. V. of St James's, 
PentonviUe, 1870-1919. Died Apr. 6, 1919, aged 86. Father 
of Edward S. (1877) and John D. (1884). (Crockford; The 
Times, Apr. 8, 1919.) 

STUBBS, WILLIAM. Hon. LL.D. 1879- [Eldest s. of WiUiam 
Morley, of Knaresborough, Yorks., solicitor. B. June 21, 
1825. School, Ripon.] Matric. from Christ Church, Oxford, 
Apr. 23, 1844; B.A. (Oxford) 1848; M.A. (Oxford) 1851; 
FeUow of Trinity CoUege, Oxford, 1848-51; Hon. D.D. 
(Oxford) 1879. Hon. LL.D., Edinburgh, 1880; Hon. LL.D., 
Trinity CoUege, Dublin, 1890. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 1848; 
priest, 1850. V. of Navestock, Essex, 1850-67. Regius 
Professor of Modern History at Oxford, 1866-84. Fellow of 
Oriel CoUege, Oxford, 1867-84; Hon. FeUow of BaUiol, 1876; 
Hon. Student of Christ Church, 1878. Chancellor of the Order 
of the Garter. R. of Cholderton, Wilts., 1875-9. Canon of 
St Paul's, 1879-84. Bishop of Chester, 1884-8; Bishop of 
Oxford, 1889-1901. Author, Registrum Sacrum Anglitanum; 
Constitutional History of England; The Early Plantagenets; 
Seventeen Lectures on Mediaeval and Modern Church History, 
etc. Edited, Select Charters; Councils and Ecclesiastical 
Documents; Walter of Coventry, etc. Died Apr. 22, 1901. 
(Crockford; D.N.B.) 

STUBS, PETER. Adm. pens, at* Trinity, June 14, 1886. S. of 
Peter, of Statham Lodge, Lymm, Cheshire. B. Dec. 11, 1866, 
at Warrington, Lanes. School, Eton. Matnc. Michs. 1886; 
B.A. and LL.B. 1890. Of Blaisdon Hall, Newnham, Gloucs., 
1908. (Eton Sch. Lists.) 
STUCKEY, FRANK AYLESBURY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Pembroke, Oct. 1, 1879. [Youngest] s. of Wilson Aylesbury, 
attorney, of Brighton. B. there [Jan. 2, 1862]. [School, 
HaUeybury.] Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1888. 
Assistant Master at Derby School, 1883-5, and at Bengeo. 
Head Master of LeadenhaU House prep. School, Harrogate; 
Principal of St George's CoUege, Harrogate. Married, Aug. 15, 
1888, Susie Frances, elder dau. of the Rev. F. A. Gardmer, 
Chaplain, H.M. Convict prison, Woking. Died Apr. 23, 1919. 
(HaUeybury Reg.; Sclwolmasters' Directories; The Guardian, 
Aug. 22, 1888.) 
STUCKEY, JOSEPH JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 13, 
18^0. [Eldest s. of Robert, Esq., of Adelaide, South Austraha. 
B. [Mar. 19, 1843], in Australia. Bapt. Mar. 16, i860. Matnc. 
Michs. i860; Scholar, 1861; B.A. (ith Wrangler) 1864; M.A. 
1867. FeUow, 1865-74. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Jan. 21, 
1862. CaUed to the Bar, May i, 1865. Practised before the 
Supreme Court at Adelaide. Associate of the Institute of 
Actuaries. Married, Jan. 18, 1875, Alice, dau. of Charles 
Mann, Advocate-General of South AustraUa. Author, 1 able 
of Compound Interest. Died Apr. 20, 1917. (La^ Lists; 
Foster, Men at the Bar; E. J. Stuckey.) 
STUCKEY, ROBERT ALGERNON. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Oct. 1889. S. of Robert Bosworth. B. July 25, 1871, at 
Ealing, Surrey (sic). Matric. Michs. 1889. Served m the 
Great War, 19J4-19 (private, R. Welsh Fusiliers); died 
July 27, 1917, of heat-stroke whUe on active service. 
STUCKEY, VINCENT (1847), see WOOD. 

STUCLEY, EDWARD ARTHUR GEORGE. .\dm. pens, (age 19) 
at Jesus, Oct. i, 1871. [3rd] s. of Sir George, Bart. (Chnst 
Church, Oxford, 1830; formeriy Buck) (and Lady Elizabeth 
O'Bryen, dau. of the Marquess of Thomond) [grandson ot 
Lewis William Buck (1801, sub Buck)]. B. [Feb. 12, 1852], 
at Hartlaud Abbey, Devon. School, private. Matric Michs. 
1871. Succeeded his brother as 3rd Bart., 1911. Latterly 
of Pmhead, Bideford, Devon. Major, ist South Austrahan 
Regiment. Married, Dec. 29, 1892, May, eldest dau. of the 
Hon. Thomas King, of S. Australia. Died Dec. 7, 1927- 
(Who was Who.) 
STUDD, ARTHUR HAYTHORNE. Adm. pens, at TrJnitv, 
lune 27, 1884. [4th s. of Edward (by his 2nd wife Dorothy 
Sophia Thomas). B. Nov. 19, 1863. School, Eton.] Did not 
reside. Adm. at King's, Oct. i, 1884. Matnc Michs 188^; 
B \ 1888. An artist; friend of Whistler. Worked latterly m 
Samoa. Of Cheyne Walk, Chelsea. Died Jan 26, 1919. 
Brother of the next two, of Herbert W. (1889). John E. K. 
(1880) and Reginald A. (1892). {Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, 
L.G.) 



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STUDD, CHARLES THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June ii, 
1879. [3rd] s. of Edward, of 2, Hyde Park Gardens, London 
(by his 2nd wife, Dorothy Sophia Thomas). B. [Dec. 2], i860, 
at Spratton, Northants. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1879; 
B.A. 1883. Cricket 'blue,' 1880-3; Captain, 1883; played for 
England, and for Middlesex. One of the 'Cambridge Seven' 
who went to China with Dr Hudson Taylor, of the China 
Inland Mission. Worked in China for 10 years, and then at 
Ootacamund, India. Established the Heart of Africa Mission, 
1913. Inherited a fortune in 1886, which he devoted to 
Christian work. Married, 1888, in China, PrisciUa Livingstone, 
dau. of William Stewart, of Lisbum, Co. Antrim, and had 
issue. Died July 16, 1931, at Ibambi. Belgian Congo. Brother 
of the above and the next and of Herbert W. (1889), John 
E. A. K. (1880) and Reginald A. (1892). (Book of Blues; 
Burke, L.G.; Who was Who; The Times, July 27, 1931-) 

STUDD, GEORGE BROWN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June i, 
1878. [2nd] s. of Edward, of 2 Hyde Park Gardens, London 
[and of Tidworth House, Wilts.] (by his 2nd wife). B. 
[Oct. 20, 1859], at Netheravon, Wilts. School, Eton. Matnc. 
Michs. 1878; B.A. and LL.B. 1882. Cricket 'blue,' 1879-82; 
Capt., 1882; played for England, 1883, and for Middlesex for 
some years. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1886. Went to 
America, 1887, and for many years connected with the 
Peniel Mission in Los Angeles. Married, Jan. 7, 1911, Mabel, 
dau. of Henry Mark Preston, and had issue. Died Feb. 13, 
1945, at Altadena, Cahtomia. Brother of the above and of 
John E. A. K. (1880), Arthur H. (1884), Herbert W. (1889) 
and Reginald A. (1892). (Book of Blues; Burke, L.G.; Law 
Lists; The Times, Feb. 20, 1943.) 

STUDD, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Caius, May 6, 1816. S. of 
Henry, of Haughley, Sufiolk. B. at Newton, Suffolk. School, 
Diss. Matric. Michs. 1816; B.A. 1821; M.A. 1824. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) Mar. 3, 1822; priest. May 25, 1823. Not 
found in Clergy List. Died Sept. 2, 1857, at Ipswich, aged 67. 
(Venn, 11. 167; G. Mag., 1857, 11. 465.) 

STUDD, HERBERT WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 27, 
1889. [5th] s. of Edward, of 2, Hyde Park Gardens, London 
(by his 2nd wife, Dorothy Sophia Thomas). B. [Dec. 26], 
1870, at Tidworth House, Wilts. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1889. Second Lieut., Coldstream Guards, 1891; 
Lieut., 1897; Capt., 1900; Major, 1908; Lieut. -Col. 1916; 
Brevet-Colonel, 1917. Served in the South African War 
1898-1901; D.S.O. 1901. D.A.A.G., London District, 1905-9; 
G.S.O., 2 at the War Office, 1912-14. Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (Brigadier-General; wounded; Brevet-Colonel, 
1917; C.M.G. 1917; C.B., 1918; mentioned 5 times in 
despatches; Commander, Legion of Honour; Commander, 
Order of the Crown of Italy; Italian Croce di Guerra; 
Officer, Order of Leopold; Grand Officer, Military Order of 
Avis (Portugal); American Distinguished Service Medal). 
British Chief of Staff, Supreme War Council, 1918-19.) 
Married (i) 1894, Mary, dau. of Major Horace de Vere, of 
Curragh Chase, County Limerick, and had issue; (2) Dec. 20, 
1930, Alice Maude, dau. of the late David Tullis, of Glen- 
cairn, Rutherglen. Died Aug. 8, 1947, in London, as a result 
of ill-health caused by war wounds. Brother of Arthur H. 
(1884), Charles T. (1879), George B. (1878), Regmald A. 
(1892) and the next. (Burke, L.G.; Who's Who; Univ. War 
List; Army Lists; The V.C. and D.S.O. ; The Times, Aug. 11, 
1947.) 

STUDD, JOHN EDWARD KYNASTON. Adm pens, at Trinity, 
June 1, 1880. [Eldest] s. of Edward, of 2, Hyde Park Gardens, 
London (by his 2nd wife, Dorothy Sophia Thomas). B. 
[July 26], 1858, at Netheravon, Wilts. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1880; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1911; Hon. LL.D. 1929. Cricket 
'blue,' 1881-4; capt., 1884; played for Middlesex, 1878-84. 
Chairman of the Polytechnic, Regent Street, London. Started 
and commanded the Polytechnic Volunteer Training Corps, 
1914. O.B.E., 1919. Sherifi of the City of London, 1922. 
Knighted, 1923; created Bart., 1929. Lord Mayor of London, 
1928. A prominent Freemason; Provincial Grand Master, 
Cambs., 1934-44. J. P. for WUts. President of the .M.C.C., 
1930. Married (i) Dec. 10, 1884, Hilda, dau. of Sir Thomas 
Beauchamp, Bart.; (2) June 18, 1924, Princess Alexandra, 
dau. of Prince Paul Lieven, of Russia. Died Jan. 14, 1944, in 
London. Brother of the above, of Arthur H. (1884), Charles 
T. (1879), George B. (1878) and Reginald A. (1892). (Book 
of Blues; Burke, L.G.; Who's Who; TheTimes, Jan. 15, 1944-) 

STUDD, REGINALD AUGUSTUS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 18, 1892. [Youngest and 6th] s. of Edward, of 2, Hyde 
Park Gardens, London (by his 2nd wife, Dorothy Sophia 
Thomas). B. [Dec. 18], 1873, at Tidworth, Hants. School, 
Eton. Matric. Nfichs. 1892; B.A. 1899. Cricket 'blue,' 1895. 
The youngest of six brothers to play for Eton, and the fourth 
to get his 'blue*; played occasionally for Hampshire and 
toured America in 1895 with a side captained by Frank 
Mitchell. A Director of the Anglo-Indian Planters' Missionary 



Sturge, Philip Henry 

Society. Travelled in the Pacific Islands, India and Japan. 
Died, after a long illness, Feb. 3, 1948. Brother of the above 
and of Arthur H. (1884), Charles T. (1879). George B. (1878) 
and Herbert W. (1889). (Eton Sch. Lists; Book of Blues; 
Burke, L.G.; The Times, Feb. 5, 1948.) 

STUDDERT, GEORGE HAMPDEN DE CLARE. Adm. pens, 
(age 23) at Trinity Hall, Sept. i, 1862. S. of [George, of 
Glenwood and Kilnamona and] Mrs Studdcrt, of 25, Barring- 
ton Street, Limerick, Ireland. 'Late of the 4th Infantry.' 
Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 1866; M.A. 1871. Ord. deacon 
(Peterb.) 1865; priest, 1866; C. of Market Overton, Rutland, 
1865-7. V. of Edwardstone, Suffolk, 1867-96. R. of Norman- 
ton and Pilton, Rutland, 1897-1902. Died June 15, 191 L '" 
London. (Crockford; Cambridge Chronicle, June 30, 1911; 
Burke, L.G.) 

STUDDY, HENRY. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Downing, Oct. 27, 1840; 
from St Alban Hall, Oxford, whence he had matric. May 22, 
1839, age 18. [Eldest s. of Henry, Commander, R.N., of 
Winchelsea (and Harriet, dau. of R. Bray, of Winchelsea). 
B. Sept. 10, 1820. School, Winchester.] Matric. Michs. 1840. 
Capt. S. Devon Militia. Of Waddeton Court, Devon. J. P. 
and D.L. for Devon. Married (i) June 7, 1842, Eleanor 
Frances, eldest dau. of the Rev. Robert Holdsworth, V. of 
Brixham, and had issue; (2) 1893, Sarah Penelope, dau. of 
Henry Granger and widow of the Rev. E. J. Hayton, R. of 
Fenny Bentley, Derbs. Died Mar. 10, 1905. (Al. Oxon.; 
Burke, L.G.; Armorial Families.) 

STUDHOLME, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar (age 21) at Trinity, July 7, 
1814. S. of Joseph. B. at Carlisle. School, Carlisle. Matric. 
Michs. 1814. Migrated to Jesus, Dec. 22, 1814; B.A. 1818; 
M.A. 1821. Fellow of Jesus, 1821-32; Steward, 1824-6; 
Dean, 1825-6 and 1829-31. Ord. deacon, 1824. V. of Great 
Wilbraham, Cambs., 1828-32. Died at Cambridge, May 4, 
1832. (Carlisle Gr. Sch. Reg.; Foster, Index Eccles.; G. Mag., 
1832, I. 474-) 

STUDHOLME, JOSEPH FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Jesus, Jan. 1885. [3rd] s. of John, Esq. [of Christchurch, 
New Zealand] (and Lucy Ellen Sykes, dau. of William Moor- 
house, of Knottingley, Yorks.). B. [March 10, 1866] at 
Knottingley. School, Christchurch, New Zealand. Matric. 
Lent 1885. A sheep-farmer at Christchurch, New Zealand. 
Died July 12, 1930, in London. (Jesus Coll. Notes; Burke, 
Col. Gentry, i. 170; The Times, July 15, 1930; Burke, L.G.) 

STUKELEY, EDWARD CHARLES. Matric. Non-CoU. Easter, 
1884; B.A. 1887; M.A. 1891. Assistant Master at Bedale 
grammar School, Yorks., 1887-9. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1888; 
priest, 1889. C. of Sudborough, Northants., 1889-92. 
Diocesan Inspector for the Archdeaconry of Derby, 1892-6. 
Lie. preacher, dio. of Southwell, 1896-1900. R. of Brampton 
St Thomas, Derbs., 1900-6. V. of Dinton, Bucks., 1906-31. 
Died Apr. 30, 1938, at Eastbourne; buried at Dinton. 
(Crockford; The Times, May 3, 1938.) 

STUKELY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Jan. 17, 
1763. Matric. Michs. 1763; Scholar, 1765. 

STUMPER, THOMAS GRAVES. Matric. Non-CoU. Easter, i874. 

STURDEE, ROBERT JAMES. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs., 1899. 
[S. of the Rev. James William Arthur, of Compton-Dundon, 
Somerset.] B.A. 1902. Migrated to Jesus, Oct. 1902; Lady 
Kay Scholar, 1903; M.A. 1906. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1903; 
priest, 1904; C. of St James's, Northampton, 1903-5. C. of 
Hinckley, Leics., 1905-8. C. of Kettering, 1908-10. Minister 
of St Peter's, Loughborough, 1910-12; V. there, 1912-20. 
V. of Thorpe Acre with Dishley, 1917-20. R. of Aylestone, 
Leics., 1920-32. Principal Canon and Lecturer of St Martin's, 
Leicester, 1922-6. Died suddenly on the steps of the Munici- 
pal Library, Leicester, Jan. 5, 1932, aged 52. (Crockford; 
Who was Who; The Times, Jan. 6, 1932.) 

STURDY, LASCELLES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Christ's, Dec. 6, 
1773. S. of [the Rev.] John (1738) [V. of Pontefract, Yorks.] 
B. at Pontefract. School, Felsted. Matric. Lent, i774- 
Resided until Lady Day, 1776. (Al. Felsted; Peile, 11. 298.) 

STURGE, LEWIS JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 15, 
1858. S. of John, of [Boley HiU], Rochester, Kent. B. Aug. 9, 
1839, at Edgbaston, Birmingham. School, Rugby. Matric. 
Michs. 1858; B.A. 1862. Called to the Bar, Middle Temple, 
1865. On the Midland Circuit; a Special Pleader. Died in 
1873. (Rugby Sch. Reg.) 

STURGE, PHILIP HENRY. Adm. at Cavendish H. Oct. 1883. 
[3rd s. of Henry Jacob, iron-merchant, of Penzance. B. 
Sept. 26, i860, at Bristol. School, The Friends', Bootham, 
York.] Matric. Michs. 1883. Migrated to King's, Jan. 15, 
1884; Scholar, 1886; B.A. (History Trip., ist Class) 1886; 
M.A. 1890. Vice-Principal of the Nizam's College, Hj^derabad, 
India; afterwards in the service of the Nizam. Married, 1890, 
Clare Brooks. Died Oct. 29, 1922. (King's Coll. Reg., 146.) 



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STURGEON, THOMAS WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Tri.nity Hall, 
Feb. 7, 1784; Scholar, 1785. One of those names, 'nephew of 
Thomas Watson Wentworth, ist Marquess of Rockingham,' 
married Elizabeth, only dau. of Edmund Wells {post 
Fortescue). (Burke, L.O.; V. Hodson.) 

STURGES, ARTHUR SMITH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 2, 
1859. [9th] s. of John, of 35, Connaught Square, London. 
B. May 14, 1S40, in London. School, King's CoUege, London. 
Matric. Michs. 1859; B.A. 1863; M.A. 1866. Ord. deacon 
(Gloucester) 1864; priest, 1865; C. of Campden, Gloucs., 
1864-6. C. of Wargrave, Berks., 1866-71. V. of Kidmore, 
O.xon., 1871-89. V. of Wheatley, 1889-1907. Rural Dean of 
Cuddesdon, 1895-1907. Resided latterly in Oxford, where he 
died, May 28, 1909. Brother of Edward (1850) and Octavius 
(1858). (Crockford; The Times, May 31, 1909.) 

STURGES, CHARLES. Adm. (age 18) at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, Jan. 19, 1758. [2nd s. of the Rev. Charles (1708), R. of 
Orlingbury, Northants. (and Sarah, dau. of Thomas Isted, 
of Ecton, Northants.).] B. Sept. 10, 1738, at Orlingbury. 
Bapt. Oct. 2, 1738. Matric. Lent, 1758; B.A. 1762; M.A. 
1765. Fellow, 1761-3. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1761; priest, 
1762; C. of Little BiUing, Northants., 1 761-3. V. of St Mary's, 
Reading, 1763-1805. V. of Ealing, Midds., 1775-97. Preb. of 
St Paul's, 1768-1805; Preb. of Salisbury. V. of Kenton, 
Devon, 1775-97. R. of Holy Trinity, Chelsea, 1797-1805. 
R. of St Luke's, Chelsea, 179 7-1805. Chaplain to Earl 
Cadogan. Married, Penelope, 2nd dau. of James Weller, of 
Hurst, Berks. Died Apr. 22, 1805; buried May 2 in the 
chancel of Loddington Church, Northants. M.I. in St Mary's, 
Reading. Father of the next. (Eton Coll. Reg.; Northants. 
Clergy, xiii. 107; G. Mag., 1805, i. 583.) 

STURGES, CHARLES. Adm. (age 17) at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, Feb. 14, 1794. [S- of the Rev. Charles (above) (and 
Penelope, dau. of James Weller, of Hurst, Berks.).] B. at 
Reading. Bapt. there, Apr. 12, 1776. Matric. Easter, 1794; 
B.A. 1798; M.A. i8or. Fellow, 1797-1802. Ord. priest 
(London, Litt. dim. from Salisbury), Apr. 27, 1800; C. of 
St Mary's, Reading, 1800-2. Died Aug. 26, 1802, aged 26, at 
Worthing; buried at Broadwater, near Worthing, Sussex. M.I. 
at Reading. [Eton Coll. Reg.; G. Mag., 1805, i. 583.) 

STURGES, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 5, 1850. 
Of Middlesex. [7th s. of John, Esq., of Connaught Square, 
London. B. Oct. 11, 1832. Educated at King's College, 
London.] Matric. Michs. 1850; Scholar; B.A. (30//^ Wrangler) 
1854; M.A. 1857. Adm. com. causa, at Oxford, 1866. Ord. 
deacon and priest (Oxford) 1855; C. of Haseley, Oxon., 
1855-7. R. of Kencot, 1857-66. V. of Great Milton, 1866-73. 
R. of Wokingham, Berks., 1873-1904. Instrumental in 
the building of the Palmer Schools. Assisted in founding the 
Diocesan Missionary College at Dorchester. Hon. Canon of 
Christ Church, 1896. Married, May i, 1855, Jane, dau. of 
William Murray, sometime M.P. for Newcastle-under-Lyme. 
Died Aug. 14, 1907. Father of the next; brother of Arthur S. 
(1859) and Octavius (1858). (Burke, E.G.; Crockford.) 

STURGES, EDWARD MURRAY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. 17, 1877. Eldest s. of the Rev. Edward (above), 
R. of Wokingham (and Jane Murray). B. Oct. 4, 1859, in 
London. [School, Winchester.] Matric. Michs. 1877; B..^. 
1881; M.A. 1884. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, Nov. 17, 
1890. Private Secretary to Sir Henry Brougham Loch, 
Governor of Victoria, Australia, 1884-6. Married, 1887, 
Eliza Rhoda, youngest dau. of Richard Grice, of Melbourne, 
Australia, and had issue. Latterly of Barkham Square, 
Wokingham, where he died May 22, 1934; buried at Barkham, 
Berks. {Winchester Coll. Reg.; Burke, E.G.; Law Lists; The 
Times, May 24, 1934.) 

STURGES, JOSEPH. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Christ's, Nov. 12, 
1796; from Wadham College, Oxford whence he had matric. 
(age i8) Nov. 19, 1791. [2nd] s. of the Rev. Joseph, of 
Sibbertoft, Northants. (and Martha). Bapt. Feb. 15, 1773, at 
Sibbertoft. Matric. Michs. 1797; B.A. 1798. Practised as a 
solicitor at the Cape of Good Hope 'for nearly twenty years.' 
Died Mar. 15, 1838, aged 65, at Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 
{Peile, II. 342; Northants. Clergy, 13, 109; G. Mag., 1838, 11. 
no.) 

STURGES, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Apr. 30, 
1819. S. of John. B. at Bowling Hall, Yorks. School, 
Southend, Kent. Matric. Michs. 1820; B.A. 1824; M.A. 1828. 

STURGES, MONTAGUE CHARLES. Matric. Non-CoU., Lent, 
1879. [S. of Montague James, medical-practitioner, of Becken- 
ham, Kent (and Lucy). B. July i, 1859. School, Merchant 
Taylors', London.] B.A. 1882; M.A., from Cavendish H., 
1885. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1882; priest, 1883; C. of 
Godstone, Surrey, 1882-5. Chaplain and Lecturer at 
Cavendish Hostel, Cambridge, 1885. Pembroke College 



Sturmer, Heaton Edward 

.Missioner at Walworth, 1SS6-90. C. of St Nicholas, Deptford, 
Kent, 1890-2. Chaplain, N. Surrey District School, 1892- 
1924. Married, Feb. 29, 1892, Emily Caroline Gates. Latterly 
of Broadstairs, where he died Jan. 26, 1939. {Merchant 
Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Crockford; The Times, Jan. 27, 1939.) 

STURGES, OCTAVIUS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, July 28, 
1858. [8th] s. of John, of [35], Connaught Square, London. 
B. [Aug. 19] 1833, in London. [Entered the H.E.I.C.'s 
service, 1852; Lieut., Bombay Artillery, 1853; returned home, 
1857; studied medicine at St George's Hospital.] Matric. 
Michs. 1858; B.A. 1862; M.B. 1863; M.D. 1867. M.R.C.P., 
1863; F.R.C.P., 1870. Medical Registrar, St George's 
hospital, 1863-5 ; Assistant Physician, Westminster Hospital, 
1868; Physician, 1875, and Lecturer on Forensic Medicine 
and Materia Medica. Physician, Hospital for Sick Children, 
1884; Senior Physician at the Westminster Hospital. 
Practised in Wimpole Street. ' A Physician of wide observa- 
tion and excellent sense.' Author, In the Company's service; 
An Introduction to the Study of Clinical Medicine; The 
Natural History and Relations of Pneumonia; Chorea and 
Whooping Cough, etc. Died, unmarried, Nov. 3, 1895, from 
injuries received a week previously through being knocked 
down by a hansom-cab. Brother of Arthur S. (1859) and 
Edward (1850). (Medical Directories; D.N.B.; Univ. 
Almanack gives date of death as Oct. 3, 1894.) 

STURGES, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Clare, Nov. 29, 1775. 
[S. of John, of Norton, Derbs.] B. in Derbs. Matric. Michs. 
1776. Migrated to Magdalene, Mar. 22, 1778; B.A. 1780; 
M.A. 1783. Fellow of Magdalene. Ord. priest (Norwich, 
Eitt. dim. from London) Dec. 21, 1782. Of Wakefield. Died 
Jan. 14, 1829. (G. Mag., 1829, 1. 282.) 

STURGESS, FERDINAND DISRAELI. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 8, 1889. S. of Commander Richard, Royal Navy, of 
Southsea, Hants, (and Sarah Troy Wright). B. Aug. 28, 1869, 
at Stoke, near Devonport. School, Hope House (Mr E. M. 
Bewlay). Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892; M.A. 1918. Ord. 
deacon (London) 1892; priest, 1893; C. of Acton, Middlesex, 
1892-6. C. of Hillingdon, 1896-1903. V. of Yiewsley, 1903- 
20. R. of Langley-Burrell, Wilts., 1920-1. Died June 7, 1921. 
(Scott, MSS.; Crockford; The Guardian, June 17, 1921.) 

STURGIS, ARTHUR CLARE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 6, 
1887. S. of Samuel [Harman] [member of the London Stock 
Exchange], of 38, Brunsmck Gardens, London. B. June 26, 

1868, in London. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1887; 
B.A. 1890. Member of the London Stock Exchange. Died 
Apr. 15, 1908. Probably brother of MackayC. (1869). (Harrow 
Sch. Reg.) 

STURGIS, HOWARD OVERING. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 28, 1874. [Youngest] s. of Russell, of 17, Carlton Terrace, 
London [and formerly of Boston, U.S.A.]. B. Nov. 8, 1855, 
in London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 1878; 
M.A. 1881. Author, All that was Possible; Tim and other 
novels. Died Feb. 7, 1920, at Windsor. {The Times, Feb. 10, 
1920.) 

STURGIS, MACKAY CLARE. Adm. pens, at Clare, Nov. 22, 

1869. [S. of S. School, Wellington College.] Matric. Lent, 
1870 . Probablv brother of Arthur C. (1887) (Wellington Coll. 
Reg.) 

STURKEY, THOMAS OWEN. -A.dm. pens, (age 20) at Pembroke, 
Oct. I, 1878. Only s. of Thomas, Esq., of Plas-cae-Crivm, 
near Newtown, Montgom. B. there. [School, Chester.] 
Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882; M.A. 1885. Ord. deacon 
(Carlisle) 1882; priest, 1883; C. of Barton, Westmorland, 
1882-5. C. of St Mary's, CarUsle, 1885-6. R. of Beaumont 
and Kirkandrews-on-Eden, 1886-97, and C. of Grinsdale, 
Cimiberland, 1888-95. Married, May 5, 1886, Jane, eldest 
dau. of William Little, Esq., of Hutton Hall, Penrith, 
Cumberland. Author, History of Kirkandreus-on-Eden, and 
Beaumont. Died Aug. 31, 1897. (Crockford; C. R. Hudleston.) 

STtJRMER (or VON STORMER), HEATON EDWARD. Adm. 
sizar at St John's, July 5, 1855, as Von Sturmer. S. of the 
Rev. Frederick (Queen's College, Oxford, 1S26) (and Mary). 

B. at Twickenham, Middlesex. Bapt. Feb. 10, 1834. Matric. 
Michs. 1855; B.A. i88o; M..\. 1883. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
1874; priest, 1875; C. of All Saints, Wellingborough, 
Northants., 1874-7. C. of Waterbeach, Cambs., 1877-9- 

C. of St Luke's, Kentish Town, Middlesex, 1879-82. R. of 
Scotton with East Ferry, Lines., 1S82-97. Chaplain at Riga, 
1897-19 18; remained there until a British warship took 
British residents home before the Russians arrived. Author, 
Christ the Divine Man. Latterly of the Homes of St Barnabas, 
Dormans, East Grinstead, Surrey, where he died Apr. 9, 1924, 
aged 90. Father of the next. (Crockford; EagU, xnu, 317; 
F. R. C. Sturmer.) 



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STORMER (or VON STORMER), HERBERT HEATON. Adm. 
pens, at Peterhouse, Oct. i, 1878, as Von Sturmer. S. of 
the Rev. Heaton Edward (above), of Denny House, Water- 
beach, Cambs. B. Dec. 30, 1859. Schools, Leicester and 
Wellingborough. Matric. Michs. 1878. Resided untU 1881, 
but did not graduate, owing to ill-health. Author, Some 
Poitevin Protestants in London; Notes about the families of 
Ogiers from Segournais and Creuzi of ChatelUrault and Niort, 
1896. Died 1923. {1. A. Walker, 553; F. R. C. Stunner.) 

STURROCK, PETER STURROCK. Adm. at Caius, Jan. 14, 
1891; from Merton CoUege, Oxford. S. of Peter, resident 
engineer at Manniad, Khandesh, India, deceased (and Jane 
Cowan). B. Dec. 26, 1869, in Edinburgh. School, George 
Watson's, Edinburgh. Matric. Lent, 1891; B.A. 1891, incorp. 
from Oxford; M.B. and B.Chir., 1896. At the London 
Hospital. A Medical Missionary in Baghdad, igoo. In 
practice at Dunfermline, 191 1-20. Surgeon, Dunfermline and 
West Fife Hospital. Author, medical. Died in 1920. (Venn, 
II. 518; Medical Directories.) 

STURT, HORACE. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pembroke, Oct. i, 
1888. [Youngest] s. of William, attorney, of Broxboume, 
Herts. [B. May 26, 1869, at Highbury, London, N. School, 
Repton.] Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891; prizeman, 1892; 
M.A. 1895. Ord. deacon (London), 1893; priest, 1894; C. of 
St Jude's, Grays Iim Road, London, 1893-5. C. of Mitcham, 
Surrey, 1895-7. C. of Gravesend, Kent, 1897-9. C. of 
St Saviour's, Champion Hill, Surrey, 1899-1900. Lie. Pr., 
dio. of Chichester, 1900-4. V. of Ashburnham and R. of 
Penshurst, Sussex, 1904-20. Served in the Great War, 19 14- 
19 (Chaplain, R.A.C.D.) R. of Aston, Herts., 1920-30. R. of 
Crowhurst, Sussex, 1930-8. Lie. Pr., dio. of Chichester, 1938- 
44. C.-in-C. of Mountfield, Sussex, 1944-51. Latterly of Oak 
Cottage, Sedlescombe, Battle, where he died Jan. 6, 1951. 
(Crockford; The Times, Jan. 8, 1951.) 

STURT, NAPIER DUNCAN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Christ'.s, 
Dec. 5, 1816. [2nd] s. of Thomas Lennox, of Mabledon, 
Kent (and Jeanette, dau. of Andrew Wilson, M.D.). B. in 
India. School, Greenwich. Matric. Michs. 1817; Scholar, 
1818; LL.B. 1825. Adm. at Lincohi's Inn, Jan. 20, 1819. 
Ord. deacon (Chester) Sept. 1823; priest, Oct. 1823; C. of 
Lawton, Cheshire, 1823-33. R. of Great Minterne, Dorset, 
1833-4. R. of Edmondsham, 1834-72. Married Anna Maria, 
dau. of William Turton, of East Sheen, Surrey. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1874. Brother of William M. N. (1819). (Peile, 
II. 385; Burke, Col. Gentry, 11. 446.) 

STURT, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 14, 1872. S. of 
William, miller (and Sarah). B. at Fetcham, Surrey. Bapt. 
Feb. 21, 1853. School, Surrey County. Matric. Michs. 1872; 
B.A. 1876; M.A. 1882. 

STURT, WILLIAM MILNER NEVILIE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June I, 1 8 19. [4th s. of Thomas Lennox Napier (and 
Jeannette Wilson). B. May 26, 1800, at Chupra, Bengal. 
School, Winchester.] Cadet, Bengal Army, 1820; Lieut., 
1822; Captain, 1828; Major, 1841; Lieut.-Col. 1848; Brevet- 
Col., 1854. Served in the second Burma War, 1852-3. 
Married, May 7, 1834, Margaret, dau. of Rear-Adm. Robert 
Ramsay, C.B. Died Nov. 10, 1855, at Shahjahanpur. 
Brother of Napier D. (1816). (G. Mag., 1856, i. 321; V. 
Hodson, Officers of the Bengal Army; Burke, P. and B.) 

STURT, WYNDHAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, June 22, 
1787. [5th s. of Humphrey (Queen's College, Oxford, 1741). 
of Horton, Dorset (and Mary, dau. of Charles Pitiield). B. 
May 12, 1769.] School, Harrow. Re-adm. pens. Nov. 3, 1789. 
Matric. Michs. 1792; B.A. i793- R- of Downe St Mary, 
Devon, 1794-1801. Died Sept. 2, 1801. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; 
St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 500.) 

STUTFIELD, HUGH EDWARD MILLINGTON. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity Hall, Sept. 4, 1877. [3rd] s. of William, Esq., of 
Netherdale House [Turriff, Co. Banff]. [B. May 10, 1858.] 
School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1877; Scholar; B.A. 1881. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 12, 1880. Called to the Bar, 
Nov. 17, 1884. On the South-Eastem Circuit. 'A sportsman 
and mountaineer, and a strong Protestant.' Member of the 
Alpine Club and of the M.C.C. Married and had issue. 
Author, El Maghreb; 1200 Miles' Ride through Morocco; 
The Brethren of Mount Atlas; Climbs and Explorations in the 
Canadian Rockies; Mysticism and Catholicism; The Roman 
Mischief-maker; Priestcraft, etc. Died Apr. i, 1929 (Scott, 
MSS.; Law Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar; Who was Who; 
The Times, Apr. 4, 1929.) 

STUTTAFORD, EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Jan. 17, 
1893. S. of Samuel. B. [Sept. 4, 1875]. at Forest HiU, 
London. School, Amersham Hall. Matric. Michs. 1893. 
Resided three terms. Died in 1894. {Peile, 11. 781.) 



Style, George 

STUTTAFORD, WILLIAM JOSEPH EDWARD. Adm. pens, at 
Selwyn H., Oct. I, 1894. [S. of W. F., of Worcester Park, 
Surrey. B. May 2, 1876. School, CUfton College.] Matric. 
Michs. 1894. At King's College Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 
1906. Of Worcester Park, Surrey, in 1911. Served m the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.A.M.C; M.C.). Subsequently 
of Bure Ridge, Horning, near Wrexham, Norfolk. (Clifton 
Coll. Reg. ; Medical Directories.) 

STUTTER, WILLIAM ORRIDGE. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1886. 
S. of William Gaskoin, surgeon, of Wickhambrook, Suffolk. 
B. Oct. 17, 1868, at Ousden, Cambs. School, Uppingham. 
Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1890; M.A. 1905. Ord. deacon 
(Newcastle-on-Tyne), 1897; priest, 1899; C. of Benwell, 
Northumberland, 1897-9. C. of St Augustine's, Tynemouth, 
1899-1903. C. of All Saints with Holy Trinity, Wandsworth, 
1903-7. C. of Linthorpe, Middlesborough, 1907-10. R. of 
Kirstead with Langhale, Norfolk, 1910-27. V. of Long 
Stratton, 1927-36. Married, June 22, 1898, Lillie Emily 
Caroline, eldest dau. of C. J. Claxton, of Bridlington Quay. 
Died Oct. 4, 1936. {Uppingham Sch. Roll; Venn, 11. 486; 
Crockford.) 

STUTZER, JOHN JULIUS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Magdalene, 
Apr. II, 1839. S of Henry Lewis, of Islington, London. 
School, King's College, London. Adm. at Trinity, Oct. 31, 
1839. Matric. Michs. 1839; Members' prize, 1842; B.A. 1844; 
M.A. 1847. 

STYAN, THOMAS GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 25, 
1875. S. of Thomas, of 23, Upper Bedford Place, London. 
B. Oct. 27, 1856, in London. School, Uppingham. Matric. 
Michs. 1875; B.A. 1879; M.A. 1883; M.B. 1885; M.D. 1888. 
Football (assoc.) 'blue,' 1878; Capt., 1879, but unable to play 
against Oxford. At St Bartholomew's Hospital. M.R.C.S., 
1884. House Surgeon, at Salop Infirmary. Practised at 
Ramsgate. Surgeon, Seamen's Infirmary. Of&cer of the 
Order of St John of Jerusalem. Author, medical. Died 
Mar. 13, 1932. {Medical Directories.) 

STYCHE, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 25) at St John's, May 14, 
1814. Of Stafis. Matric. Michs. 1814; B.A.. 1818; M.A. 1824. 
Ord. priest (Chester, Litt. dtm. from Lichfield) Oct. 5, 1820. 
P.C. of Keele, Staffs., 1830-9. Died May 5. 1839. aged 50. 
{Clergy List; Foster, Index Eccles.; Clerical Guide; G. Mag., 
1839, 11. 96; The Ecclesiastical Gazette, June 11, 1839.) 

STYLE, ALBERT FREDERICK. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Jesus, 
Apr. 22, 1858; from Merton College, Oxford, whence he had 
matric. Mar. 10, 1856, aged 18. [3rd] s. of Capt. William, R.N. 
(and Louisa Charlotte, dau. of the Hon. Jacob Marsham). 
B. May 20, 1837, at Kirkby Overblow, Yorks. Did not reside. 
Married, Apr. 30, 1868, Eliza, dau. of Henry Tubb,of Bicester, 
Oxon. Died in Dec. 1895. {Al. Oxon.; Burke, P. and B.) 

STYLE, ARTHUR HURRELL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 5, 1893. S. of the Rev. G[eorge] (i860), of Giggleswick 
School, Settle. B. Aug. 28, 1873. School, Rugby. Matric. 
Michs. 1893; B.A. 1897; M.B., B.Chir. and M.A. 1901; M.D. 
1908. At St George's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1901. 
Senior House Physician, Royal Free Hospital. Medical 
Of&cer, Sir John .\ird's Hospital, Avonmouth. Practised for 
many years at Pembroke. Surgeon, Pembroke Infirmary. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.A.M.C). Author, 
A Pembrokeshire Cave. Of Hadleigh, Suffolk in 1950. Died 
May 23, 1953. {Rugby Sch. Reg.; Giggleswick Sch. Reg.; 
Medical Directories.) 

STYLE, Sir CHARLES, Bart. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St John's, 
Dec. 24, 1790. S. of Sir Charles [5th] Bart., of Wateringbury, 
Kent (and Isabella, dau. of the ist Viscount Powerscourt). 
B. in Kent. School, Neasden. Matric. Lent, 1792; M.A. 1793. 
Had succeeded as 6th Bart., Apr. 18, 1774. Of Wateringbury. 
Married, Mar. 29, 1794, Camilla, eldest dau. of James 
Whatman, of Vintners, Kent. Died Sept. 5, 1804, at the 
Royal Hotel, Pall Mall, London. {St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 
500; G. Mag., 1S04, II. 889.) 

STYLE, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i, i860. Eldest 
s. of John, merchant, of [Milford Hill], Salisbury. B. there, 
Oct. 2, 1841. School, Aldenham, Herts. (Mr Leeman). 
Matric. Michs. i860. Migrated to Queens', Jan. 24, 1862; 
B.A. {17th Wrangler) 1864; M.A. 1867. Fellow of Queens', 
1864. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1866; priest, 1867; C. of St Botolph's, 
Cambridge, 1866-7. Assistant Master at Clifton CoUege, 
1867-9; Headmaster of Giggleswick School, 1869-1904. R. of 
Chalbury, Dorset, 1905-22. Died Jan. 16, 1922, at Wimborne. 
Brother of John (next); father of Arthur H. (1893). {Alden- 
ham Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Who was Who; The Times, Jan. 17, 
1922.) 



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STYLE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Oct. 8, 1863. 
S. of John, of [Millord HiU], Salisbury. B. at SaUsbury. 
School, Aldenham, Herts. Matric. Michs. 1863; B.A. 1867; 
M.A. 1871. Assistant Master at Highstead School, Torquay 
for two years; at Manchester Grammar School for ten years; 
Second Master there, 1876-82; Head Master of Cheltenham 
Grammar School, 1882-1906. Married, Aug. 11, 1885, Mar>-, 
dau. of J. Watson, of Shirbum. Died Nov. 19, 1929, at 
Romsey, Hants. Brother of George (i860). (Aldenham Sch. 
Reg.; Schoolmasters' Directories; The Times, Nov. 21, 1929.) 
STYLE, RICHARD CHARLES MONTAGUE. Adm. at Trinity- 
Hall, 1890. S. of the Rev. C[harles] M[ontague] (St John's 
CoUege, Oxford, 1849), D.D. [R. of South Wamborough, 
Hants, (and Jessie Elizabeth, dau. of Robert BuUock 
Marsham)]. [B. Sept. 20, 1870.] Matric. Michs. 1890. 
Married, 22 Oct. 1892, Esther Lavinia, dau. of Edwin Potter. 
(Burke, P. and B.) 
STYLEMAN, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, Oct. 6, 
1773. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Armine (1743), of Ringstead, 
Norfolk (and Ann, dau. of Capt. James Blakeway, R.N.). B. 
at Fakenham. Schools, Norwich (Mr Symonds), Hingham 
(private), and Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1773; Scholar. Of 
Snettisham and Hunstanton, Norfolk. J. P. for Norfolk; 
High Sheriff, 1804. Married (i) 1780, Mary, dau. of Robert 
Gregg, of Ealing, Middlesex; (2) Dec. 5, 1809, Enulia, dau. of 
Benjamin Preedy, of St .\lbans. Died Mar. 25, 1819. Portrait, 
by John Downman, 1780 was sold at Christie's, Feb. 15, 1922. 
His son, Henry (for whom see D.N.B.), took the name and 
arms of Le Strange. {Harrow Sch. Reg.; Venn, 11. 94.) 
SUART, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Nov. 9, 1835. [3rd s. 
of Edward, Esq., of Tunbridge WeUs. B. July 28, 1817, at 
Vevey, Switzerland. Schools, Westbury (Mr Field), Brims- 
field (Mr Moore) and Tonbridge.] Did not reside. Adm. at 
Sidney, Oct. 18, 1836. Matric. Michs. 1836; B.A. 1840. Ord. 
deacon (Chichester) 1842; priest, 1843; C. of Bepton, Sussex, 
1842-5. C. of Thomham, Kent, 1846-7. R. of Waldringfield, 
SufioLk, 1848-62. Latterly of Lloyd's House, Tunbridge 
Wells, and Brighton. Died Oct. 5, 1882. {Tonbridge Sch. 
Reg.; Clergy List; Crockford; The Standard, Oct. 7, 1882.) 
SUART, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Caius, Oct. i, 1869. S. of 
Edward Montague, Judge at Khandesh, Bombay. B. Nov. 
29, 1849, in India. Schools, Nassik, Bombay, and Lausanne 
(private). Matric. Lent, 1870. Resided two terms. {Venn, 11. 
389.) 
SUART, WILLIAM. Matric. Non-CoU. Lent, 1890. S. of John, 
publican [died 1885] (and Mary Brocklebank). B. Apr. 28, 
1869, at Elterwater, Westmorland. School, Heversham 
(Dr Hart). Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 25, 1898. 
SUART, WILLIAM KENDALL. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Sept. 16, 1870. S. of James Noble, basket-maker (and Mary 
Ann). B. at Windermere. Bapt. Dec. 14, 1851. School, 
Windermere CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1870; exhibitioner; 
B.A. 1874; M.A. 1878. Assistant Master at Bradford Gram- 
mar School, 1877-82. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1877; priest, 1878; 
C. of St James's, Bradford, Yorks., 1877-8. C. of St Jude's, 
Manningham, 1878-81. C. of Holy Trinity, Halifax, 1895-6. 
C. of Batley-Carr, Yorks., 1896-7. C. of Harpenden, Herts., 
1898-1904. V. of Shefford, Beds., 1904-9. V. of Thriplow, 
Cambs., 1909-12. V. of Newton Poppleford, Devon, 1912-25. 
Resided latterly at Exinouth, where he died Oct. 15, 1929. 
{Crockford; The Times, Oct. 17, 1929.) 
SUCH, EDWIN CHARLES. Adm. at Trinity, Oct. 27, 1876; 
Mus.Bac. 1877. [S. of Edwin J., medical practitioner (and 
Ruth). B. in London, .\ug. 11, 1840. School, Merchant 
Taylors' ; and B.A. London.] Of 3, Kensington HaU Gardens. 
Composer and musician. Professor of Harmony at Portman 
Academy, London. His compositions included Narcissus and 
Echo, a dramatic cantata; anthems, part-songs, etc. Died 
Aug. 23, 1919, at Aylesbury. {The Times, Aug. 27, 1919; 
Brown and Stratton, 399; Merchant Taylors' Reg.) 
SUCH, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Trinity, Nov. 28, 1820. 
S. of James. B. in London. School, Greenwich, Kent. 
Migrated to Caius, June, 1822. Matric. Michs. 1822. Migrated 
back to Trinity, Oct. 18, 1822. {Venn, 11. 186.) 
SUCKLING (sometime FOX), ALFRED INIGO. Adm. pens, 
(age i8), at Pembroke, May 6, 1814, as Fox. [Only] s. of 
Alexander [Fox], of Norwich (and Anna Maria, dau. of Robert 
Suckling, of Woodton, Suffolk). B. at Norwich, Jan. 31, 1796. 
Matric. Michs. 1814; LL.B. 1824. Descended through his 
mother from both Inigo Jones and Sir John Suckling, the 
poet; on the death of his mother's brother in 1820, took the 
name and arms of Suckling and succeeded to the estates. 
Ord. priest (Norwich) Oct. 15, 1820. R. of Barsham, Suffolk, 
1839-56. Married, Jan. 31, 1816, Lucia Clementina, eldest 
dau. of Samuel Clarke, of Berg Apton, Norfolk, and had 
issue, 10 children. Author, Memorials of the County of Essex; 
History and Antiquities of Suffolk. Edited, Selections from the 



SuDELL, Henry 

works of Sir John Suckling, with a Life of the Author. Died 
May 3, 1856, at St HeUers, Jersey. Father of Henry E. (1846), 
Maurice S. (1838) and Robert A. (1840). Appears in Vol. II 
of this work, under Fox, with very inadequate particulars. 
(Burke, E.G.; D.N.B.) 
SUCKLING, BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
July 4, 1786. [2nd] s. of \Villiam [Comptroller of the 
Customs], of Middlesex [and Banham Haugh], Norfolk (by 
his ist wife, Elizabeth Bro^vne). School, Tonbridge. Matric. 
Michs. 1787; B.A. 1791; M.A. i794- Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
Sept. 25, 1791 ; priest, Sept. 23, 1792 ; C. of Bumham Thorpe, 
Norfolk, 1791-2. R. of Matlask, and Plumstead, 1793-1837. 
Died in 1837. Brother of Horace (1789)- {Tonbridge Sch. 
Reg. ; Burke, E.G.) 
SUCKLING, CHARLES EDWARD. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs., 

Oct. 21, 1895. 
SUCKLING, HENRY EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, 
Oct. 10, 1846. [4th] s. of the Rev. Alfred Inigo (1814) (and 
Lucia Clementina, dau. of Samuel Clarke). B. [Jan. 7, 1827] 
at Woodton Hall, near Bungay. School, Dedham grammar. 
Matric. Michs. 1846. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 1858; priest, 1859; 
C. of Shrivenham, Berks., 1858-62. C. of Reepham, Norfolk, 
1862-72. C. of Roydon, 1872-81. R. of North Wootton, 
1881-1907. Died Apr. 30, 1907. Brother of Maurice S. (1838) 
and Robert A. (1840). {Venn, 11. 278; Crockford; Burke, 
EG.) 
SUCKLING, HORACE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, July 7, 
1789. [3rd] s. of William, of Kentish Town, Middlesex [and 
Banham Haugh, Norfolk] (by his ist wife, Elizabeth Browne). 
Schools, Tonbridge and Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1790; 
B.A. 1793; M.A. 1796. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 22, 1793; 
priest, Dec. 21, 1794. R. of Barsham, Suffolk, 1797-1828. 
Married, Oct. 19, 1797, Catherine, eldest dau. of George 
Jackson, of Kentish Town, and had issue. Died Apr. 12, 
1828, at Glebe House, Barsham. Brother of Benjamin (1786); 
father of the next. {Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; Record of Old 
Westminsters, Supp.: Clerical Guide; G. Mag., 1828, i. 571; 
Burke, E.G.) 
SUCKLING, HORACE GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, 
Oct 22, 1821. S. of [the Rev.] Horace (above). B. at 
Barsham, SuSolk. School, Norwich. Matric. Michs. 1821. 
SUCKLING, JOHN THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, 
Dec 7, 1790. [3rd] s. of Robert (i757). of Norwich, and 
Woodton Hall, Norfolk (and Susannah Webb). B. at South 
Burgh Norfolk. School, Norwich Grammar. Matric. Michs. 
1791; Scholar; B.A. i795; M.A. 1798. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
Mar. I, 1795; priest, July 9, 1797- R- of Shipmeadow, 
Suffolk, 1797-1803. Married, Aug. 17, i797. at Brundish, 
Mary Anne, dau. of Thomas French, of Oakley, Suffolk, and 
had issue. Died Feb. 18, 1803. (Venn, u. 122; Burke, E.G.) 
SUCKLING, MAURICE SHELTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Apr. 26, 1838. [2nd s. of the Rev. Alfred Inigo (1814) (and 
Lucia Clementina, dau. of Samuel Clarke). B. 1819.] Matnc. 
Lent 1839; B.A. 1843; M.A. 1846. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
1842' priest, 1844. Chaplain of Wangford Union, Sufiolk, 
1850.' R. of Shipmeadow, 1850-95. Married, Sept. 10, 1850, 
Barbara, 2nd dau. of Matthew Coates, of Gainsborough, 
Lines Buried May 23, 1895. Brother of Robert A. (1840) 
and Henry H. (1846). (Crockford; Burke, E.G.; Clergy List.) 
SUCKLING, ROBERT. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Clare, Apr. 13, 
J-,- rg of Richard (and .^nn, dau. of Richard Kylborne, of 
Norwich).] B. [1737], at Woodton, Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 
1757 Succeeded his cousin at Woodton, 1802. Captain 
West Norfolk Militia. Married, June 5, 1763, Susannah, dau. 
of William Webb, a descendant of Inigo Jones. Buried 
Sept. 8, 1812. Father of John T. (1790)- (Burke, E.G.) 
SUCKLING, ROBERT ALFRED. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 22) at 
Caius Jan. 5, 1840. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Alfred Inigo 
(1814)' R of Barsham, SuSolk (and Lucia Clementina, dau. of 
Samuel Clarke). B. [July 18, 1818], at Bungay School, 
Dedham, Essex. [In the Royal Navy 1831-9-], Matnc 
Michs 1840; B.A. 1844; M.A. 1847. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) 
Sent 24, 1843; priest, Sept. 29, 1844; C. of Kemerton, 
Glou'cs.. 1843-6. P.C. of Bussage, 1846-51. Married, Apr. 22, 
1840 Anna Maria, dau. of Dr John YeUoly, of Cavendish Hall, 
Suffolk, and had issue. Died Nov. 4, 1851. His Letters and 
Sermons were published, with a Memou", by tis friend, the 
Rev Isaac Williams. Brother of Maurice b. (1838) and 
Henry E. (1846). (Venn, 11. 253; Clergy List; Burke, E.G.; 
G. Mag., 1851, II. 665.) 
SUDELEY, Baron (1888), see HANBURY-TRACY, W. C. F. 
SUDELL, HENRY. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 18) at Trinity Nov. 
20 1816. S. of Henry [cotton-spinner]. B. at Blackburn, 
Lanes. School Eton. Matric. Michs. 1817. Of Ashley House, 
WUts 'Died Aug. 21, 1851, outside The Queen s Head inn. 
Box from a blow of a stick aimed by a friend at a dog.' 
(Eton Sch. Lists; G. Mag., 1851, n. 444-) 



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SUERMONDT, OXTO EmIL 

SUERMONDT, OTTO EMIL. Adm. at King's, Oct. ii, 1884. 
S. of Barthold, of Aachen. School, Lennep Real Fro- 
Gymnasiura. Matric. Michs. 1884. In the German Army; 
served in the 24th (Hessian Guard) Dragoons. Of 6, Pansen 
Platz, Berlin. (King's Coll. Reg., 153-) 
SUFFIELD, Baron (1752), see HARBORD, HARBORD. 
SUFFIELD, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan 17, 1838. 
S. of George, gent., of Cambridge. B. at Norwich School, 
King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 1838. Migrated 
(age 22) to Caius, May ii, 1839; B.A. (,26th Wrangler) J842; 
M;a. 1846. FeUow of Clare, 1844-50. Resided m Cambridge 
where he took pupils. Author, Synthetic^Dims-" - ~' 
metic. Died, unmarried, Mar. 26, 187 
[Venn, 11. 247.) 
SUFFIELD, ROBERT RODOLPH. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Jmie25 1841. S. of George, of Cambridge (and Susan TuUey 
Bowen).' B. Oct. 5- 1821, at Vevey. Matric. Michs 1841, as 
Robert. Studied at St Cuthberfs, Ushaw, and Pans; be- 
coming a Roman Catholic, 1846. Ord. pnest, Aug. 25, 1850; 
served at Sedgefield, Wooler, and Newcastle. Joined the 
Dominican Order, i860; withdrew, 1870. Jomed the Uni- 
tarians, 1870; Minister at Croydon, 1876-7; at Reading, 
1879-91. Married, Dec. 7, 1871, — . eldest dau. of Edward 
Bramley, Town Clerk of Sheffield. Author, The Crown of 
Jesus; 7 he Dominican Tertiary's Guide. Died Nov. 13, 1891, 
at Reading. Brother of the above. (T. A. Walker, 474; 
D.N.B.) 
SUGDEN, CHARLES GOLDTHORP. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 
1888. S. of David Goldthorp, deceased (and Fanny Tetley). 
B Mar 27 1870, at Brighouse, Yorks. Schools, Green Hall, 
Belper, Bowdon College, Cheshire, and The Leys, Cambridge. 
Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891. A medical student at the 
Yorkshire College, Leeds. (Venn, 11. 502.) 
SUGDEN, Sir EDWARD BURTENSHAW. Hon. LL.D., 1835- 
Adm. nobleman at Trinity, July 6, 1835. [2nd s. of Richard, 
hair-dresser, of Duke Street, Westminster (and Charlotte 
Burtenshaw). B. Feb. 12, 1781. School, private.] Adm. at 
Lincoki's Inn, Sept. 16, 1802. Called to the Bar, Nov. 23, 
1807. Bencher, 1822; Treasurer, 1836; K.C. 1822. M.P. for 
Weymouth and Melcombe Regis, 1828-30; for St Mawes, 
1831-2; for Ripon, 1837-41- Knighted, 1829. Solicitor- 
General, 1829-30. P.C, 1834. Lord Chancellor of Ireland, 
i8s4-5 and 1841-6. Lord ChanceUor (for less than a year), 
1852. Created Baron St Leonards, 1852. Hon. D.C.L., 
Oxford, 1853. Married, Dec. 23, 1808, Winifred, only child 
of John Knapp, and had 14 children. Author, Practical 
Treatise of the Law of Vendors and Purchasers of Estates (the 
standard textbook on its subject, reaching a 14th edition m 
1862) Died Jan. 29, 1875, at Boyle Farm, Thames Ditton. 
Father of the next. (Return of M.P. s; D.N.B.) 
SUGDEN, FRANK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 18, 1834. [2nd 
s of Sir Edward Burtenshaw (above). School, Eton.] Matric. 
Michs. 1835; B.A. 1839; M.A. 1842. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) 
lune 14, 1840; priest (Norwich) 1842; C. of Kingscote, 
Gloucs , 1840-1. C. of BenhaU, Suffolk, 1842-5. V. of 
Adlingfleet, Yorks., 1845-53- Domestic Chaplam to Lord 
St Leonards, 1853. V. of BrignaU, 1854-8. V. of Hale Magna, 
Lines., 1858-76. Latterly of Kingsdown, Famingham, Kent, 
and Boyle Farm, Thames Ditton. Married, July 4, 1850, 
Henrietta Maria, dau. of Philip Saltmarshe. Died Jan. 17, 
1886, at St Leonards-on-Sea, aged 68. (Eton Sch. Lists; 
Crockford; The Guardian, Feb. 3, 1886.) 
SUGDEN, JAMES FEARN. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Oct. 5, 
1876. S. of William, Esq., of 170 Battersea Bridge Road, 
London, S.W. School, City of London. Matric. Michs. 1876; 
BA. 1880; M.A. 1885. Ord. deacon (London) 1889; priest, 
1890- C. of St Luke's, Old Street, London, 1889-1906. V. of 
Welton, Northants., 1906-25. Died Aug. i, 1925, aged 68. 
(Crockford; The Guardian, Aug. 28, 1925.) 
SUGDEN, The Hon. WALTER JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity 
Hall, June i, 1875. [3rd] s. of the Hon. Henry [grandson of 
Edward B. (1835)] (and Marianne, dau. of Lieut.-Col, James 
Cookson) [B. Nov. 29, 1855]. School, Winchester. Matric. 
Michs. 1877. Of Slaugham, Sussex. Married, Apr. 17, 1880, 
Lady Elphinstone Agnes Maude, 5th dau. of the 1st Earl de 
Montalt, and had issue. Died Feb. i, 1897. (Winchester Coll. 
Reg.; Burke, P. and B.) 
SUHR (post HAMMOND-SEARLE), ALFRED CHRISTOPHER 
HERMANN. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 2, 1899. S. of Johann Georg 
[wool-] merchant, of 82, Palace Road, Tulse HiU, London (and 
Johanna Charlotte Wilhehnine Wehncke). B. Aug. 27, 1881, 
at 41, Wiltshire Road, Brixton, London. School, Dulwich 
College. Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902; M.B. and B.Chir., 
iqo8 Took the name of Hammond-Searle, by deed-poll, 1917. 
At St Thomas's Hospital M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1906. House 
Physician at St Thomas's and at the Seamen's Hospital, 
Greenwich. Lieut., K.A.M.C, 1908; Captain, 1911; Major, 
1920. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut.-Col.; M.C. 



Sullivan, Arnold Moon 

1918). D.A.D.M.S., Lahore District, India, 1920-4; Assistant 
Director of Hygiene, Northern Command, India, 1930-3; 
at the War Office, 1934; Commandant, Army School of 
Hygiene, 1935. Married, Dec. 20, 1919, Blanche, dau. of 
Robert Bruce Low, C.B., M.D., of Battersea Park, London. 
Author, Investigations on Pellagra among Turkish Prisoners 
of H^ar, etc. Of Fleet, Hants, in 1947. (Dulwich Coll. Reg.; 
Army Lists; Medical Directories; Venn, iii. 399 and Addenda; 
Univ. War List.) 
SULIVAN, HARRY FILMER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 12, 
1885. S. of [the Rev.] John Filmer (next), of 29, Pembndge 
Gardens, London. B. [Nov. 15], 1866, at Brighton. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1885. Second Lieut., The Border 
Regt., 1888; Lieut., 1890; retired on account of ill-health, 
1893. Latterly of Fernhill, Melton, Suffolk. (Harrow Sch. 
Reg.; Army Lists.) 
SULIVAN, JOHN FILMER. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Jan. 25, 1853. [Youngest] s. of George James. B. at Ryde, 
Isle of Wight. School, private. Matric. Michs. 1853, as 
Filmer Sulivan; B.A. 1857; M.A. i860. Ord. deacon 
(Chichester) 1858; priest, 1859; C. of AU Saints, Brighton, 
1858-62. P.C. of Christ Church, South Mymms, Middlesex, 
1864-72. P.C. of St Margaret's, Brighton, 1872-g. R. of 
Frant, Sussex, 1879-82. V. of St Matthew's, Bayswater, 
1882-93. Married, June 22, 1859, Adelaide, 4th dau. of Abel 
Smith, Esq., of WoodhaU Park, Herts. Latterly of Linkfield 
Court, Bournemouth, where he died, July 21, 1924, aged 90. 
Father of the above. (Crockford; 1 he Guardian, ]u\y 25, 1924.) 
SULIVAN, LAWRENCE. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 4, 1800; 
Fell.-Com., Oct. 2, 1801. [Only s. of Stephen (next) of 
Ponsboume Park, Herts., sometime private secretary to 
Warren Hastings. B. 1783, in Calcutta. School, Hackney.] 
Matric. Michs. 1801; B.A. 1806; M.A. 1809. Adm. at 
Lmcohi's Inn, June 17, 1802. Called to the Bar, July 5, 1808. 
Entered the War Office as Private Secretary to Viscount 
Palmerston, 1809; Superintendent of Military Accounts, 
1811-26; Deputy Secretary of State for War, 1826-51. Privy 
Councillor, 1851. A Commissioner of the Royal Mihtary 
Asylum for many years. Married, Dec. 6, 1811, the Hon. 
Elizabeth Temple, 2nd dau. of Henry, Viscount Palmerston, 
and sister of Viscount Pahnerston, afterwards Prune Minister. 
Died Jan. 4, i866, at Broom House, Fulham. Father of 
Stephen H. (1830). (St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 500.) 
SULIVAN, STEPHEN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Emmanuel, 
Sept. 15, 1759. S. of Laurence [formerly O'Sullivan], Esq., 
M.P. for Ashburton (and Elizabeth, dau. of Richard Owen, 
free-merchant and master of the ship Bombay Merchant)]. 
Bapt. in Bombay, 22 Oct. i742- B. in Bombay. School, 
Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1760; B.A. 1765. Bamster- 
at-law, of the Inner Temple. Appointed to Madras C.S.; 
Persian translator and Secretary, Madras, 1778; Resident 
at Tanjore, 1780. Transferred to Bengal C.S.; Judge 
Advocate-General, 1780-83. Private Secretary to Warren 
Hastings, Governor-General, 12 Jan. 1781 to June 1783. 
Author of some translations from the Persian writings of 
Sadi, and of an 'Epistle in Verse to a friend at Rome' 
(privately printed in London, 1772)- Married Elizabeth 
Forde, nee Davis. Buried June 16, 1821. Father of the 
above. (V. Hodson.) 
SULIVAN, STEPHEN HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 9, 
1830. S. of Lawrence (1800) Esq. B. Nov. 3, 1812 in London. 
Educated privately. Matric. Michs. 1830; Scholar. Secretary 
at H.M. Legation at Lisbon, 1836; in Sardmia; at Mumch, 
1839. Charge d'affaires and Consul-general to Chile, 1849. 
Minister at Luna, where he died, 1857. (Obit, of his father, 
G. Mag. 1866, 274-) 
SULLEY, ARTHUR- Matric. Non-CoII. Michs., 1890. S. of John, 
deceased (and Mary Gott). B. Dec. 10, 1866, at Market 
Harborough, Leics. School, Denstone College. Migrated to 
Caius, Jan. 14, 1891; Chapel Clerk; B.A. 1893. Assistant 
Master at Denstone College, 1886-90 and 1893-8. Master at 
Tower House prep. School, Melton Mowbray, 1898-1901, and 
at the High School, Middlesbrough, 1901-31. Latterly of 
I, Vansittart Terrace, Redcar, where he died Feb. 21, 1946. 
(Denstone Coll. Reg.; Venn, in. ^1%; Schoolmasters' Directories; 
The Times, Feb. 25, 1946.) 
SULLIVAN, ARNOLD MOON. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. i, 
1897. S. of the Rev. Michael. B. [Aug. 30, 1878], at Kirby 
Moorside, Yorks. School, St Peter's, York. Matnc. Michs. 
1897; B.A. 1900; M.A. 1904. Ord. deacon (Chichester) 1903; 
priest, 1905. Assistant Master at St Andrew's School, East- 
bourne, 1900-7. C. of St John's, Meads, Eastbourne, 1903-6. 
Succentor of Leeds, 1906-8; Precentor, 1908-14. C. and 
Clerk in Orders, 1913-15- Served in the Great War, 1914-19, 
(Chaplain, R.A.C.D.). P.C. of Chapel Allerton, Yorks., 1914- 
27. R. of Richmond, Yorks., 1927-43. Married, June 7, 1910, 
Dorothy, dau. of Mr Kent, of Great Stanmore. Died June 27, 
1943, at Eastbourne. (Peile, 11. 819; Crockford; The Times, 
June 29, 1943-) 



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SULLIVAN, ARTHUR SEYMOUR. Hon. Mus. Doc. 1876. Adm. 
pens, at Trinity, June i, 1876. [Younger s. of Thomas, 
Professor of Music at Kneller Hall, London (and Mary 
Clementina, dau. of James Coghlan). B. May 13, 1842. 
School, Choir, Chapel Royal, St James's Palace, and at the 
Royal Academy of Music] F.R.A.M. Organist and choir- 
master at St Michael's, Chester Square, 1861-72. Professor of 
Composition, Royal Academy of Music, 1866. First venture 
in the field of comic opera was Cox and Box, 1867: first opera 
in collaboration with Gilbert, Thespis, or the Gods grown old in 
1875; H.M.S. Pinafore, 1878, and The Mikado, 1885. The 
Savoy Theatre was built especially by D'Oyly Carte for the 
Gilbert and Sullivan operas. Conductor of many orchestral 
societies. First Principal, National Training School of Music, 
1876-81. Hon. D. Mus., Oxon., 1879. Of&cier de Legion 
d'Honneur. Knighted, 1883. Died, unmarried, Nov. 22, 
1900, at his residence in London; buried in the crypt of 
St Paul's. (D.N.B.; Who was Who.) 

SULLIVAN, CHARLES EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Clare, 
June 9, 1870. Matric. Michs. 1870; B.A. 1874; M.A. i877- 
Ord. deacon (Ely), 1873; priest (Winchester), 1874; C. of 
Fawley, Hants., 1873-6. C. of Astbury, Cheshire, 1876-80. 
V. of Hulme-Walfield, 1880-1922. Of 22, Booth Street, 
Congleton, where he died, June 11, 1926, aged 72. {Crockford; 
The Guardian, June 25, 1926.) 

SULLIVAN, EDWARD ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 4, 1845. [and s. of Admiral Sir Charles, 3rd Bart, (and 
Jean Anne, dau. of Robert Taylor, of Ember Court, Surrey). 
B. Oct. 29, 1826.] Matric. Lent, 1846; B.A. 1850. J. P. and 
D.L. for Lanes. Married, Sept. 29, 1859, Mary, youngest dau. 
of Henry Currie, M.P., of West Horsley Place, Surrey, and had 
issue, two daughters. Succeeded his brother, Charles, as 
5th Bart., 1865. Of Ember Court, Surrey. Died July 22, 1899, 
and was succeeded by a cousin. (Burke, P. and B. ; Walford, 
County Families ; Who was Who.) 

SULLIVAN, GEORGE AUGUSTINE. Adm. pens, (age 33) at 
Trinity, Oct. 28, 1844. S. of Peter. B. at Youghal, Co. Cork. 
School, Somerset (private). Matric. Michs. 1844. 

SULLY, JAMES. Teacher (for the Teachers' Training Syndicate) 
in the Theory of Education, 1888 and 1891. [S. of J. W., 
merchant and colliery proprietor. B. Mar. 3, 1842, at 
Bridg^vater, Somerset. School, Independent College, Taun- 
ton. B.A., London, 1866; M.A. London, 1868.] Professor of 
Philosophy, University College, London. Married and had 
issue. Author, Sensation and Intuitions ; Outlines of Psycho- 
logy; The Human Mind; Studies of Childhood; Italian Travel 
Sketches; My Life and Friends. Died Nov. i, 1923. {Who was 
Who.) 

SUMMERHAYES, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 16, 
1881. S. of the Rev. Julius (next), of St John's vicarage, 
Ealing, Middlesex. B. 1862. Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884; 
M.A. 1889. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1886; priest, 1887; C. and 
Lecturer of Boston, Lines., 1886-92. R. of Amberley, Gloucs., 
1892-1908. V. of Holy Trinity, Hampstead, 1908-13. 
Director and Chaplain of St Michael's School, Limpsfield, 
1913-28. V. of Bromfield, Salop, 1928-38. Married, Apr. 14, 
1891, Emily Susan, and dau. of the Rev. G. B. Blenkin, V. of 
Boston, Lines. Died Feb. 28, 1947, at Park House, Burleigh 
Court, Brimscombe, Gloucs., aged 84. Brother of Julius J. 
(1890). [Crockford; The Guardian, Apr. 22, 1891; The Times, 
Mar. 3, 1947.) 

SUMMERHAYES, JULIUS. Adm. sizar at Queens', July 21, 
1851. Matric. Michs. 1851; B.A. 1856; M.A. 1862. Ord. 
deacon (London) 1859; priest, i86o; C. of St Matthew's, 
Ealing, 1860-7. V. of St John's, Ealing, 1867-1903. Died 
Apr. 23, 1903, aged 71, at Totland Bay, Isle of Wight. 
Father of the above and the next. (Crockford; The Times, 
Apr. 25, 1903.) 

SUMMERHAYES, JULIUS JAMES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Sept. 23, 1890. S. of the Rev. Julius (above), of St John's 
vicarage, Ealing, Middlesex. B. there. May 13, 1871. [School, 
St Paul's.] Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893; M.A. 1902. Ord. 
deacon (Oxford) 1894; priest, 1895; C. of Thame, Oxon., 
1893-6. C. of St John's, Ealing, 1896-1903; V. there, 
succeeding his father, 1903-39. Rural Dean of Ealing, 1929- 
34. Preb. of St Paul's, 1933-9. Married, July 19, 1909, 
Emilv Geraldine, and dau. of the Rev. George Edgar Broade, 
of Ealing, formerly British Chaplain at Biarritz. Died June 7, 
1939. Brother of Henry (1881). [St Paul's Sch. Reg.; Crock- 
ford; The Times, June 8, 1939.) 
SUMMERS, ALFRED HENRY. Adm. pens, at St Cati'ASIne's, 
July 31, 1884. S. of Robert. B. at Islington, London. 
[School, Citv of London.] Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887; 
M.A. 1891. 'Assistant Master at Tettenhall College, Staffs., 
1887-93; at Portsmouth Grammar School, 1893-1919. 
Brother of Edward S. (1872), Walter C. (i£88) and William L. 
(1880). {Schoolmasters' Directories.) 



Sumner, Cecil Carol Winton 

SUMMERS, EDGAR. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, June 27, 
1853. S. of James Hillatt. B. at Bishop's Stortford, Herts. 
School, King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 1853; Scholar, 
1856; B.A. (Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1857; (Theol. 
Exam., ist Class, 1858); Scholefield prize, 1858; M.A. i860; 
B.D. 1880. Adm. com. causa at O.xford, 1867. Second 
Master of Bury St Edmunds Grammar School, 1859-62. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) i860; priest, 1861. Assistant Master at Brighton 
College, 1862-70; Headmaster of Roysse's School, .Abingdon, 
1870-83. V. of Brading, Isle of Wight, 1884-96. Rural Dean 
of East Wight, 1893-1906. Married, Mary Matilda, only dau. 
of William Henty, of Brighton and formerly of Tasmania. 
Latterly of Radley House, Winchester, where he died Dec. 18, 
1907, aged 73. Father of WiUiam E. (1895). {Al. Oxon.; 
Crockford; The Times, Dec. 20, 1907.) 

SUMMERS, EDWARD SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Mar. 20, 1872. S. of R[obert], Esq., of Islington. School, 
City of London. Matric. Michs. 1872; Scholar; B.A. {22nd 
Wrangler) 1876; M.A. 1906. Joined the staff of the Baptist 
Missionary Society in India, 1876; Principal of Serampore 
College, Bengal, 1883-1906. Afterwards served on missionary 
duties in Italy, and later held pastorates at Newington and 
Hackney. Died Aug. 6, 1933, aged 80. Brother of Alfred H. 
(1884), Walter C. (1888) and William L. (1880). {The 1 imes, 
Aug. 10, 1933.) 

SUMMERS (post CQLMAN), SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Caius, Feb. 19, 1785. S. of Thomas, of London. B. there. 
School, Bury St Edmunds. Scholar, 1785-6; matric. Michs. 
1787; B.A. 1790; M..^. 1811. Took the name of Colman, 1786. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 7, 1789; priest (London) Apr. 17, 
1791. R. of Rushmere, Suffolk, 1791-1842. Married, 1786, 
Margaret Davy. Died May 22, 1842, aged 75. at Boulogne, 
France. {Venn, 11. iii; G. Mag., 1842, 11. 215.) 

SUMMERS, WALTER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 27, 18S4. 
S. of John, of 'Sunnyside,* Ashton-under-Lyne, Lanes. B. 
Mar. 8, 1863, at Stalybridge, Lanes. School, Grove House, 
Tottenham, London (private). Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 
(Law Trip., ist Class) 1887; LL.B. 1887. Called to the Bar, 
Inner Temple, Apr. 25, 1888. {Law Lists until 1940.) 

SUMMERS, WALTER COVENTRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Jan. 27, 1888. S. of Robert, sohcitor, of Islington, Middlesex 
(and Amelia Dye). B. there, Apr. 18, 1869. School, City of 
London (Dr Abbott). Matric. Michs. 1888; Scholar, 1888; 
(Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1890; Craven scholar, i8go; 
B.A. 1892; Chancellor's Classical medal, 1892; M.A. 1896. 
Fellow, 1893-9. Classical tutor at Ayerst's Hostel, 1895. 
Lecturer in Latin at Owens College, Manchester, 1895-1903; 
Professor of Classics at Firth College, Sheffield, 1903-9; 
Professor of Latin at Sheffield University, 1909-30. Hon. 
Litt.D., Sheffield, 1934. Married, June 10, 1897, Kate 
Hannaford, dau. of John Kemp Gilpin, of Wandsworth. 
Author, A Study of the Argonautica of Valerius Flaccus; The 
Silver-age of Latin Poetry. Edited Sallust's Catilina; Ovid's 
Metamorphoses VII; Tacitus' Histories; and Select Letters of 
Seneca, etc. Died Mar. 30, 1937, at Torquay. Brother of 
Alfred H. (1884), Edward S. (1872) and William L. (1880). 
{Schoolmasters' DireUories; Who's Who; The Times, Apr. i, 
I937-) 

SUMMERS (post HENTY-SUMMERS), WILLIAM EDGAR. Adm. 
pens, at Trinity, June 29, 1895. S. of the Rev. Edgar (1853), 
of Brading vicarage, Isle of Wight (and Mary MatUda, dau. 
of Wmiam Henty). B. Jan. 7, 1877, at Abingdon, Berks. 
School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898; M.A. 
1902. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1900; priest, 1901; C. of 
Monk Sherborne with Pamber, Hants., 1900-3. C. of Lydd, 
Kent, 1903-7. C. of St Thomas', Winchester, 1907-9- C. of 
Petersfield, Hants., 1909-16. V. of Hound with Netley Abbey, 
1916-41. Changed his name to Henty-Summers, 1924. Of 
Austrey Wood, Rownhams, Southampton, in 1951. (Win- 
chester Coll. Reg.; Crockford.) 

SUMMERS, WILLIAM LLOYD. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 11, 
1880. [4th] s. of Robert, solicitor, of Lonsdale Square, 
London. B. there. May 24, 1861. School, City of London. 
Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 1884. Brother of .Alfred H. (1884), 
Edward S. (1872) and Walter C. (188S). 

SUMNER, CECIL CAROL WINTON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 5, 1893. S. of the Rev. George (B.A. Trin. CoU., Dublm), 
of the Chaplain's house, H.M. prison, War\vick (and Fanny 
Laura Stedman). B. Jan. 8. 1875. at Cheetham, Lanes. 
School, Stamford (The Rev. Dr Barnard). Matnc. Michs. 
1893; B.A. 1899. Assistant Master at Monmouth School; at 
Blundell's School, Tiverton; at Merchiston, 1903; at Fram- 
lingham College, 1903-5. Ord. deacon (Durham) 1907; priest 
1909; C. of Hunwick, Durham, 1907-10. C of St Oswald, 
Hebbum-on-Tyne, 1910-14. C. of St Aidan's, West Hartle- 
pool, 1914-17. C. of St Paul's, Gateshead, 1917-20. C. of 
Shildon, 1922-6. P.C. of Benfieldside, 1926-9. P.C. of 
Nenthead, Northumberland, 1929-32. P.C. of Greenhead, 
1932-45. Of Havdon Bridge, Northumberland in 1952. 
{Crockford; Schoolmasters' Directories. 



Sumner, Charles Cecil 

SUMNER, CHARLES CECIL. Adrn. pens, at Caius, Mar 26, 
1866. S. of GeorKe, surgeon, of Lymm, Cheshire. ."• '"ere, 
Ian. 2, 1848. School, Manchester Grammar. Matnc. Micfts. 
1866; Scholar; B.A. 1876. Assistant Master at Manchester 
Grammar School, 1870-2. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 1872, 
priest, 1875; C. of St Luke's, Cheetham, Manchester, i872-3- 
C. of St Mark's. Cheetham, 1873-6. C of Walpole S An^ew. 
Norfolk, 1876-7. P.C. of the Octagon Church (Chapelof Ease) , 
Wisbech, Cambs., 1877-88. R. of Melton, Norfolk 1888- 
1900. Died June 15, 1900. (Crockford; Venn, 11. 373-) 
SUMNER, CHARLES PINFOLD. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1887. 
S. of the Rev. Oliver (B.A. Durham, C. of Weeting, Norfolk) 
(and Elizabeth Seagrave). B. Jan. 2, 1867, at Pau. France. 
Schools, Brighton CoUege and CUfton CoUege. Matnc. Michs. 
1887; B.A. 1891; M.A. 1899. Esquu-e Bedell, 1922-37. 
Assistant Master at Eversley prep. School; and at a school in 
Cheam. A private 'Coach' in Cambridge. Secretary to the 
Medical Grants Committee at Cambridge, 1915-26; and to the 
University State Scholarships Committee from 1928. Died 
Feb. 2, 1946, at Cambridge. (Brighton Coll. Reg.; Venn, iii, 
493; The Times, Feb. 4, 1946.) 
SUMNER, CHARLES RICHARD. Adm pens, at Trinity 
Feb. 17, 1810. [3rd s. of the Rev. Robert (1767). V. of 
Kenilworth (and Hannah, dau. of John Bird, of London). 
B Nov 22 1790, at Kenilworth. School, Eton. While there 
wrote a novel. The White Nun, or the Black Bog of Dromore, 
which he sold for £5 to Ingalton, the local bookseller. It was 
issued as by "a young gentleman of Note, the publisher 
explaining to the author that everyone would see that "note 
was "Eton" spelt backwards.'] Matric. Michs. 1810; Scholar, 
1812; B.A. 1814; M.A. 1817; D.D. per Lit. Reg., 1825. Adm. 
ad eundem, at Oxford, 1841. The last Secretary of the 
Speculative Society, afterwards merged m the Umon Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) June 5, 1814; priest, 1817; C. of Highclere, 
Surrey, 1816-21. First Minister of the English Church at 
Geneva, 18 14. Preb. of Worcester, 1822-5. V. of St Helen s, 
Abingdon, 1821-3. Preb. of Canterbury, 1825-7. Preb. of St 
Paul's, 1826-7. Dean of St Paul's, 1826-7. Bishop of Llandafi, 
1826-7. Bishop of Winchester, 1827-69; resigned. Noted for 
his munificence. Lived latterly at Farnham Castle, Surrey. 
Married, Jan. 24, 18 16, Jennie Fanny Barnabine, eldest dau. 
of J. P. Maunoir, M.D., Professor of surgery at Geneva, and 
had issue. Author, Sermons; edited Milton's De Dodrina 
Christiana. Died Aug. 15, 1874. Brother of John B. (1798) 
and Robert (1800). {Crockford; D.N.B.) 
SUMNER, CHARLES VERNON HOLME. Adm. pens, (age 17) 
at Trinity, .\pT. 16, 1817; from Brasenose College, Oxford, 
whence he had matric. June 27, 1816. S. of George (1778). 
B. in Westminster. School, London. Matnc. Michs. 1817; 
B.A. 1823. R. of Famborough, Hants., 1827-34, and R. of 
Newdigate, Surrey, 1827-34. R. of Byfleet, 1834-51. C. of 
Guston and West Cliffe, Kent, 1852-3. R. of Ringwould, 
1853-66. Chaplain to the King, and Chaplain in Ordinary to 
the Queen. Married, 1825, Henrietta Katherine, dau. of W. 
Mason, of Necton Hall. Died Dec. 4, 1875. Brother of 
William H. (1817). {Al. Oxon.; Crockford; Burke, L.G.) 
SUMNER, EDMUND. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1895. Eldest s. 
of Edmund, solicitor, of Doctors' Commons, and of Eltham, 
Kent B. Aug. 31, 1876, at Eltham. School, Wellington 
College. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898. A member of 
Lloyd's. {Wellington Coll. Reg.) 
SUMNER, FRANCIS HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 12, 
1872. [5th] s. of Charles [County Court Judge] (Balliol 
College, Oxford, 1837), of Harescombe Grange and Hempsted 
Court, Gloucs. B. Aug. 17, i853> at Stroud, Gloucs. School, 
Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1872; B.A. 1877; M.A. 1882. Ord. 
deacon (Bp Ryan for Ripon) 1877; priest (Ripon) 1878; C. of 
Penistone, Yorks., 1877-8. C. of Cobham, Surrey, 1878-83. 
C. of Andover, Hants., 1885-7. V. of Hurstboume-Tarrant, 
1887-92. V. of All Saints, Alton, 1892-1912. R. of Chawton, 
1912-26. Lived latterly at Parkstone, Dorset. Died Feb. 19, 
1935; buried at Chawton. {Crockford; Haileybury Reg.; The 
Times, Feb. 22 and 25, 1935-) 
SUMNER, FREDERICK WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. 17, 1892. S. of William, gent, [died Dec. 10, 1878] (and 
Mary Hoggarth). B. Mar. 4, 1875, at Preston, Lanes. School 
Preston Grammar (The Rev. A. B. Bevan). Matric. Michs. 
1892; B.A. 1895; M.B. and B.Chir., 1899; M.D. 1923. At 
St Mary's Hospital; House Physician there. M.R.C.S.; 
L.R.C.P., 1898; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1904. Lieut., I.M.S. 1901; 
Capt. 1904; Major, 1912. Civil Surgeon, 1911-14. In the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Temp. Lieut.-Col. commanding no. 3 
Indian General Hospital, E.A.F.; mentioned in despatches.) 
Civil Surgeon at Simla, 1921-7; retired. Practised sub- 
sequently at Dorchester. Senior Hon. Surgeon, Dorset County 
Hospital. Author, medical. Died May i, 1952. {Medical 
Directories; Army Lists; Lancet, May 17, 1952.) 



Sumner, Richard 

SUMNER (post HOLME-SUMNER), GEORGE. Adm. pens, at 
Emmanuel, Apr. 23, 1778. OfCalcutta. [Eldest s. of William 
Brightwell, of Hatchlands Park, Surrey, Member of Council 
in India. B. Nov. lo, 1760. School, Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 
1780. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 23, 1779- M.P. for 
Ilchester, 1787-90; for Guildford, 1790-6; forSurrey, 1807-26; 
for Guildford, 1830-1. Of Hatchlands, Surrey. Colonel, 
Surrey Militia. Married, 1787, Louisa, dau. of Col. C. Pemble. 
Assumed the additional surname of Holme on inheriting 
Hohne Hill, Cumberland. Father of Charles V. H. (18 17) and 
William H. (1817). {Harrow Sch. Reg.; Return of M.P.s; 
Burke, L.G.; C. R. Hudleston.) 
SUMNER, HENRY JOHN LE COUTEUR. Adm. pens, at Trinity 
Hall, June27, 1865. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. J[ohn] M[aunoir]. 
(Balliol College, Oxford, 1835), of Buriton, Hants. [B. Dec. 
24, 1845.] School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1865; B.A. 1869; 
M.A. 1874. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1869; priest, 1870; C. of 
Godstone, Surrey, 1869-71. C. of Buriton, Hants., 1871-4- 
V. of Yateley, 1874-85. Died Apr. 5, 1885. {Eton Sch. Lists; 
Crockford; The Guardian, Apr. 8, 1885; Burke, L.G.) 
SUMNER, HUMPHREY. .'Vdm. (age 18) at King's, a scholar 
from Eton, Sept. 3- 1762. [S. of the Rev. John (1723), 
sometime Head Master of Eton (and Sarah). B. at Eton. 
Bapt. there, Sept. 15, 1743-] Matric. Michs. 1762; B.A. 1767; 
M.A. 1770; D.D. 1783. Fellow, 1765-80; Provost, 1797-1814. 
Vice-Chancellor, 1798-9 and 1802-3. Assistant Master at 
Eton, 1767-90. R. of Dunton-Waylett, Essex, 1779-98. R. 
of Copdock, and V. of Washbrook, Suffolk, 1785. Preb. of 
Salisbury, 1782-1814. When in November 1798, addresses 
were presented by the University and the Corporation 
congratulating the King on the battle of the Nile, 'it un- 
fortunately happened that several of our deputation were not 
particularly well calculated to make a good figure in a 
procession. The Vice-Chancellor was a martyr to the gout, 
and so extremely deaf that he never knew whether he was 
speaking in a high or low tone. Dr [Philip] Douglas had but 
one eye and was a perfect skeleton. The Registrary [George 
Borlase] was afflicted with black jaundice; and [John] 
Broderip, of King's, was just recovering from yellow jaundice. 
Another of the deputation was a cripple.' Married, May 28, 
1790, Anne, dau. of Dr Bostock, Canon of Windsor. Died 
Mar. 23, 18 14, at Cambridge; buried in the CoUege Chapel. 
Brother of Robert (1767). (Eton Coll. Reg.; G. Mag., 1814, i. 
417 and 703; Gunning, Reminiscences, 11. 104.) 
SUMNER, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 20) at Trinity, July 5, 1819. 
S. of William. B. at Hulme, Lanes. School, Repton. Matric. 
Michs. 1819; B.A. 1823; M.A. 1827. Ord. deacon (Chester) 
1824; priest, 1825. P.C. of Pott-Shrigley, Cheshire, 1829-72. 
Latterly of 99, Adelaide Road, Regent's Park, London. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1879. 
SUMNER, JOHN BIRD. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Nov. 5, 1798. [Eldest] s. of — [the Rev. Robert (1767), V. of 
Kenilworth (and Hannah, dau. of John Bird, of London)]. 

B. [and bapt.] Feb. 25, 1780, at Kenilworth. Matric. Michs. 
1798; Browne medal (Latin Ode), 1800; Hulsean prize, 1802; 
B.A. 1803; M.A. 1807; D.D. 1828. Fellow, 1801-3. Assistant 
Master at Eton, 1802-17; FeUow of Eton, 1817-21. Ord. 
deacon, 1803. V. of Mapledurham, Oxon., 1818-28. Preb. of 
Durham, 1820-8. Bishop of Chester, 1828-48. Archbishop 
of Canterbury, 1848-62. Married, Mar. 31, 1803, Marianne, 
dau. of Capt. George Robertson, R.N., and had issue. Died 
Sept. 6, 1862, at Addington Park, Surrey; buried in the 
churchyard there. Recumbent effigy in the nave of Canterbury 
Cathedral. Brother of Charles R. (1810) and Robert (1800). 
(Eton Coll. Reg.; D.N.B.; A. H. Cooke.) 

SUMNER, JOHN WILLIAM MOORBECK. Adm. sizar (age 18) 
at Caius, June 23, 1791; re-adm. pens., as 'Summer.' S. of 
Thomas, of Southchurch, Essex. B. there. School, Dedham. 
Matric. Michs. 1791; Scholar; B..\. 1796. Ord. deacon 
(Salisbury), Sept. 24, 1797; priest (London) Sept. 23, 1810; 

C. of Clewer, Berks., 1797. C. of Great Wakering and 
N. Shoebury, Essex, 18 10. R. of Sutton, and C. of Rochford, 
1823-6. Died Aug. 4, 1826, aged 53. (Venn, 11. 122 and 126.) 

SUMNER, MORTON CORNISH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 29, 
1843. [S. of Richard (next), of Puttenham Priory, Surrey 
(and Frances Juditha, dau. of George Molyneux-Mont- 
gomerie). B. 1S25.] Matric. Michs. 1843. Of Puttenham 
Priory. Married, 1849, Penelope, only dau. of Count Valsa- 
machi, of Corfu and Cephalonia. Died in 1878. (Walford, 
County Families.) 

SUMNER, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, May 19, 
1813. [Only] s. of Richard (and Susanna Gambier). B' 
[Nov. 2, 1795], at Shackleford, Surrey. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1813. Of Puttenham Priory, Surrey. J. P. and D.L. 
for Surrey; High Sheriff, 1843. Married, 1819, Frances 
Juditha, dau. of George Molyneux-Montgomerie, Esq., of 
Garboldisham Hall, Norfolk. Died in 1873. Father of the 
above. (Eton Sch. Lists; Walford, County Families; Sir W. 
Sterry.) 



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SUMNER, ROBERT. Adm. (age 17) at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, Mar. 24, 1767. [S. of the Rev. John (17-3). sometime 
Headmaster of Eton (and Sarah).] Bapt. Aug. 9, 1748, at 
Eton. Matric. Easter, 1767; B.A. 1771; M.A. 1774. FeUow, 
1770-4. V. of Kenilworth, and Stoneleigh, Warws., 1773- 
1802. Married, Hannah, dau. of John Bird, Alderman of 
London. Died Oct. 9, 1802. Father of John B. {1798), 
Charles R. (1810) and the next; brother of Humphrey (1762). 
(Eton Coll. Reg.; G. Mag., 1802, n. 1066.) 

SUMNER, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Christ's, June 27, 
1800. [2nd] s. of the Rev. Robert (above), V. of Kenilworth 
(and Hannah, dau. of John Bird, Alderman of London). B. 
at Kenilworth. [Bapt. Aug. 12, 1781.] School, Eton. Scholar, 
1800; matric. Lent, i8oi; B.A. 1804. Died very soon after 
taking his degree. Brother of Charles R. (1810) and John B. 
(1798). {Eton Sch. Lists; Peile, 11. 348; Sir W. Sterry.) 

SUMNER, WILLIAM HOLME. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Apr. 16, 1817; from Brasenose College, Oxford, whence he 
matric. June 27, 1816, age 17. S. of George (1778). B. at 
East Clandon, Surrey. School, East Clandon. Matric. Michs. 
1817. Of Hatchlands, Surrey. Married Mary, eldest dau. of 
]. B. Hankey. Died Sept. 10, 1859. Brother of Charles V. H. 
(i8i7). (Al. Oxon.; G. Mag., 1859, 11. 434.) 

SUMPTER, JAMES FRENCH. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Jan. 31, 1825. Of Suffolk. Matric. Michs. 1825; Scholar; 
B.A. 1829. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 6, 1830; priest, 
Oct. 9, 1831. 

SUMPTER, THOMAS. Adm. (age 18) at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, Dec. 16, 1779. [S. of Thomas (and Elizabeth). B. at 
Histon, Cambs.] Bapt. Feb. 15, 1761. Matric. Easter, 1781; 
B.A. 1784; M.A. 1789. Fellow, 1782-1803; Bursar. Senior 
Proctor, 1802-3. Died in his rooms in College, Dec. 13, 1803, 
'in the prime of life, after a few days illness'; buried at 
Histon. (Eton Coll. Reg.; G. Mag., 1803, 11. 1258.) 

SUNDERLAND, ARTHUR WELLESLEY. Adm. sizar at Trinity, 
July II, 1872. S. of William, of 27, Calthorpe Road, Birming- 
ham. B. there Nov. 18, 1852. School, King Edward's, 
Birmingham. Matric. Michs. 1872; Scholar, 1874; B..A. 
{Sth Wrangler) 1876; M.A. 1879. 'Obtained a very prominent 
position as an actuary, at an early age, and was also well 
known in financial circles.' Manager and Actuary of the 
National Life Assurance. Died Mar. 3, 1895, in London. 
(Scott, MSS.; The Times, Mar. 5, 1895.) 

SUNDERLAND, CHARLES. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 12, 
1815. Of Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1815; B.A. 1819. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) Mar. 7, 18 19; priest, June 6, 1830. P.C. of 
Eastville, Lines., 1847-55 and of Midville, 1852-5. Died 
July 18, 1855, at Eastville. (G. Mag., 1855, 11. 439; Clergy 
List.) 

SUNDERLAND, GEORGE WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St Catha- 
rine's, June 29, 1842. S. of the Rev. Edward, of Glentham, 
near Spital, Lines. B. at Gainsborough. Matric. Michs. 1842. 
Died in 1844- (?• B. G. Binnall.) 

SUNDERLAND, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, July 8, 
1869. Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 1873; M.A. and LL.M. 1878. 
Ord. deacon (Bath and Wells) 1875; priest, 1877; C. of 
Kewstoke, Somerset, 1875-80. C. of Eggington, Beds., 
1880-1; V. there, 1881-1932. Died, Mar. 12, 1932, aged 84. 
(Crockford; The Times, Mar. 15, 1932O 

SUNDERLAND, The Rev. JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Jan. 27, 1783. A 'Ten-year man.' Matric. Michs. i795; 
B.D. {Stat. Eliz.) 1795. Ord. deacon (Lichfield, Litt. dim. 
from York) Dec. 24, i775; priest (York) July 7, 1776; C. of 
Ahnondbury, Yorks., 1775-7- C. of Kirkheaton, 1777-1814. 
Died Oct. 3, 1819, at Painsthorpe, near Wakefield; buried 
at Kirkheaton. {St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 500; G. Mag., 18 19, 
II. 381.) 

SUNDERLAND, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Dec. 13, 
1787. [Elder] s. of [Cd.] Thomas, of [Littlecroft] Ulverston, 
Lanes, (and Anne, dau. of William Dickson, of Beck Bank). 
[B. Dec. 21, 1769. Bapt. Jan. 27, 1770.] Schools [Hawkshead 
and] Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1788; B.A. 1792; M.A. i795- One 
of the original members of the 'Apostles' Club. V. of 
St Mellons with Llanedeym, Glam., -1799-1807. V. of 
St Mary's, Ulverston, 1807-36. V. of Pennington, Lanes., 
1806-37. P.C. of Ulverston, 1807-35. V. of Wivehscombe, 
Somerset, 1813-37. R. of Norton, Kent, 1816. Married 
(1) Anne, dau. of Edward King, Vice -Chancellor of the 
Duchy of Lancaster, and had issue; (2) Mary Elizabeth, dau. 
of J. Morland, of Capplethwaite Hall. Died Dec. 23, 1837, 
aged 68, at Ulverston. Father of Thomas (1825). {Rugby 
Sch. Reg.; Foster, Index Eccles.; Clerical Guide; G. Mag., 
1838, I. 215; T. W. Thompson; Bardsley, Chronicles of the 
Town and Church of Ulverston, 126.) 



SuRRiDGE, Edward Ernest North 

SUNDERLAND, LANGDALE MARSDEN. Adm. pens, (age 20) 
at Caius, Oct. 23, 1834. S. of Joseph, medical practitioner, 
of Halifax, Yorks. B. there. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. 
Michs. 1836. Resided three years. Brother of Thomas L. J. 
(1825). {Venn, 11. 228.) 
SUNDERLAND, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Clare, Jan. 14, 1825. 
S. of William, of Wakefield, Yorks. B. there, Aug. 29, 1806. 
School, Wakefield. Matric. Michs. 1825; Scholar; B.A. 1829. 
Ord. deacon (Durham, Litt. dim.) Oct. 3, 1829; C. of Penistone, 
Yorks., 1829-41; V. there, 1841-55. Head Master of Peni- 
stone Grammar School, 1837-55. P-C. of Midhope, 1847-55. 
Rural Dean, 1847-55. Married, Sept. 13, 1843, Eleanor 
Christiana Shaw, of Staincross. Killed, July 25, 1855, when 
' thrown from a heavily laden omnibus which was upset 
between Chatsworth and Rowsley.' M.I. at Penistone. 
{Durham Ord. Book; G. Mag., 1855, 11 439; M. H. Peacock.) 
SUNDERLAND, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
July 14, 1825. S. of the Rev. John (1787), [P.C] of Ulverston, 
Lanes. B. [Oct. 22, 1808], in Lanes. School, Rugby. Matric. 
Lent, 1830; B.A. 1830. Won the first English declamation 
prize at Trinity in 1829 (the year in which R. M. Mihies 
(Lord Houghton), took the 2nd prize). One of the outstanding 
figures of the Union; said by Lord Houghton to have been 
'the greatest speaker he ever heard.' Soon after he left 
Cambridge his intellect was irrevocably shattered, his career 
was ruined, and he led a wandering life. Died May 24, 1867, 
at Ulverston. {Rugby Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 1867, 11. 119; Life 
of Lord Houghton, 1. 76 and 11. 162; V. B. Redstone.) 
SUNDERLAND, THOMAS LISTER JOSEPH. Adm. pens, 
(age 17) at Caius, Dec. 30, 1825. S. of Joseph, surgeon, of 
Halifax. B. there. School, Heath, Yorks., and private. 
Matric. Michs. 1826; B.A. 1830; M.A. 1833. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) May 29, 1831 ; priest, June 17, 1832. V. of Tilsworth, 
Beds., 1833-45. Married. May 24, 1837, Anne, dau. of 
Thomas Lane Wood, 01 i.-eighton Buzzard. Latterly of 
Ravensden Grange, Beds. Died, Oct. 15, 1857. Brother of 
Langdale M. (1834). {Venn, 11. 198; Clergy List; Walford, 
County Families; G. Mag., 1857, 11. 564.) 
SUNDERLAND-TAYLOR, GUY EDWARD. Adm. pens, at 
Emmanuel, Oct. 2, 1897. S. of [? Charles, of Frant, Sussex, 
and] Mrs Sunderland-Taylor, of Chester Lodge, Hunstanton. 
[School, King's, Peterborough.] Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 
1900; M.A. 1908. Assistant Master at Durston House School, 
Ealing, 1893-6; at Berkhamsted School (House Master, 1900- 
36). (Walford, County Families; Schoolmasters' Directories.) 
SUNDIUS, JULIUS HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
July I, 1851. Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1851; B.A. 1855; 
M.A. 1858. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1855; priest, 1856. C. of 
Grantham, Lines., 1855-66. Died May 3, 1866, aged 35, at 
Grantham. {Crockford; Clergy List; The Guardian, May 9, 
1866.) 
SURGEON, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 29) at Trinity Hall, 
June 29, 1790. S. of John Coat Hill, Assistant to Dr Carr at 
Hertford School. Did not reside; name oS, Nov. 12, 1790- 
SURGEY, HERBERT HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 4, 
1883. S. of Cornelius, elastic-rubber worker (and Mary Ann). 

B. Feb. 13, 1857, at Nottingham. School, King Edward's, 
Birmingham; and at Owens College, Manchester; [B.A., 
London Univ. 1881]. Matric. Michs. 1883. Migrated to 
Christ's, Oct. 18, 1884; B.A. 1886; M.A. 1890. B.A. Man- 
chester, 1904. Assistant Master at Dorset County School, 
1887-90. Ord. deacon (Salisbury) 1888; priest, 1889; C. of 
Cattistock, Dorset, 1890-2. C. of Dufiield, Derbs., 1892-8. 

C. of West Bridgford, Notts., 1898-1902. C. of Somerby and 
Assistant Master at Grantham School, Lines., 1902-5. R. of 
Muckton with Burwell and Walmsgate,' 1905-14. Died 
Feb. 28, 1914, at Muckton rectory. {Eagle, xxxvi. 219; 
Peile, II. 712; CrocKford; Christ's Coll. obit, notes; Matrtcs. 
and Degrees, 1851-1900 oraits his migration to Christ's.) 

SURRAGE, EDWARD JOHN ROCKE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Pembroke, Oct. 1, 1886. S. of Jacob, M.D., of Clifton. B. at 
Wincanton, Somerset. Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889; 
LL.B. 1890. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 2, 1889. 
Called to the Bar, June 29, 1892. Died Dec. 26, 1939, aged 71, 
at Felpham, Sussex. {Lau' Lists; The Times, Dec. 28, I939-) 

SURRIDGE, EDWARD ERNEST NORTH. Adm. at Caius, 
Oct. 6, 1883. S. of the Rev. H[enry] A[rthur] D[iUon] 
(Magdalen HaU, Oxford, 1855), schoolmaster, of Bowdon, 
Cheshire. B. July 26, 1864, in St Pancras, London. School, 
Brentwood. Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886; M.B. and 
B.Chir., 1891. At St Bartholomew's Hospital; House 
Physician there. Assistant House Surgeon, Norfolk and 
Norwich Hospital. Practised at Knutsford, Cheshire, 1900- 
50. Married, Aug. 31, 1S97, Edith Winifrede, eldest dau. of 
the Rev. Geoffrey BirtweU, of Ashley, Cheshire. Died 
.\pr. 17, 1938, at Wendon, near Saffron Walden. {Venn, 11. 
465; Medical Directories; The Times, Apr. 19, 1938.) 



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SURRIDGE (post ANDREWS), WILLIAM NORTH. Adm. pens, 
at Trinity, May 31, 1877. S. of North, of Romford Hall, 
Essex. B. there, Nov. 5, 1858. School, Charterhouse, 
Godalming. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881; M.A. 1887, 
Ord. deacon (St Albans) 1881; priest, 1882; C. of Tring, 
Herts., 1881-6. C. of Moulsham, Essex, 1887-g. C. of Diss, 
Norfolk, 1889-91. V. of Paston, 1891-1904. R- (sinecure) of 
Ermington, Devon, 1901-4. R. of Boxford, Berks., 1904-20. 
Assumed the surname of Andrews, in lieu of Surridge, Sept. 
20, 1882. Married, Jan. 12, 1892, Edith Emily, eldest dau. of 
the Rev. Charles Robertson Manning, R. of Diss. Died in 
1922. {The Guardian, Jan. 20, 1892; Charterhouse Reg.) 

SURTEES, ANTHONY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 14, 1821. 
S. of Anthony, Esq., of [Hamsterley Hall], near Gateshead, 
Durham (and Alice, sister of Christopher Blackett, of 
Wylam). B. Oct. 8, i8o8, at Newcastle-on-Tyne. [School, 
Durham.] Matric. Michs. 1821. Died, unmarried. Mar. 24, 
1831, at Malta. {Durham Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G.) 

SURTEES, AUBONE ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 2, 
1884. [Eldest] s. of Alfred Wright, of [Dinsdale, Co. Durham 
and] 32, Queensborough Terrace, London (and Henrietta, dau. 
of Col. W. H. Robinson). B. Oct. 2, 1865, in London. School, 
Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887. FootbaU (rugby) 
'blue,' 1886. Adm. Solicitor, 1891; practised at 2, Bond 
Court, Walbrook, London, E.C. Of Dinsdale, Co. Durham. 
Married 1892, Jeanetta, dau. of Bryce Smith, of Ryebank, 
Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Lanes., and had issue. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., Northumberland Fusiliers and 
Gen. List (Army Canteen Committee)). Died in 1923. 
Brother of William F. (1890). {Rugby Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G.; 
Law Lists.) 

SURTEES, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, July 5, 
1837. Of Norfolk. [7th s. of the Rev. John (Univ. Coll., 
Oxford, i8oi), R. of Banham (and Mary Ann, sister of 
Sir John Caesar Hawkins, Bt.). B. 1819. Schools, Shrewsbury 
and Bury St Edmunds.] Matric. Michs. 1837; B.A. 1841; 
M.A. 1845. Ord. deacon, 1842; priest, 1843; C. of Taverham, 
Norfolk, 1842-7. C. of Spennithome, Yorks., 1848-51. R. of 
Holtby, 1852-99. Married, 1849, Caroline Maria, dau. of 
S. V. Dashwood, and had issue. Died Oct. 29, 1899. {Bury 
St Edmunds Sch. List; Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Crockford; 
Burke, L.G.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families.) 

SURTEES, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 19, 
1801. S. of Crosier, of Redworth House, Co. Durham (and 
Jane Surtees). School, Witton, Durham. Matric. Michs. 
1801. Of Redworth Hall, Co. Durham. J. P. and D.L ; High 
Sheriff of Durham, 1855. Married (i) Oct. 24, 1811, Elizabeth, 
dau. of Isaac Cookson of Whitehill, and had issue; (2) July 8, 
1850, Annie Hepburne Mercer, widow of Justinian Alston, of 
Odell Castle, Beds. Died Apr. 8, 1857. Father of the next. 
(Burke, L.G.) 

SURTEES, ROBERT LAMBTON. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity, Feb. 3, 1832. [Eldest] s. of Robert (above), of 
Redworth Hall, Darlington (and Elizabeth, dau. of Isaac 
Cookson, Esq., of Whitehill). B. [Dec. 20, 1812], at Redworth 
Hall, Co. Durham. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 
1832; B.A. 1836; M.A. 1840. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's 
Inn, Jan. 28, 1841. Of Redworth Hall, and The Grove, 
Durham. J. P. and D.L. for Durham. Died, unmarried, 
Nov. 14, 1863. {List ofCarthusiatts; Law Lists; Burke, L.G.; 
Walford, County Families.) 

SURTEES, WILLIAM FREDERICK. Adm. at King's, Oct. 4, 
1890. [3rd] s. of Alfred Wright, of Dinsdale-on-Tees, Durham, 
deceased (and Henrietta, dau. of Col. W. H. Robinson). B. 
Oct. 16, 1871. School, Bedford Grammar. Matric. Michs. 
1890; B..\. 1893; M.A. 1903. Ord. deacon (York) 1899; priest, 
1900; C. of Lythe, Yorks., 1899-1901. C. of All Saints, Leeds, 
1901-6. R. of Sampford Courtenay with Sticklepath, Devon, 
1906-11. Rural Dean of Okehampton, 1909-11; of Three 
Towns, 1918-20. P.C. of St Simon's, Plymouth, 191 1-25. 
Archdeacon of Exeter, 1925-30; Canon, 1925. Suffragan 
Bishop of Crediton, 1930-52-. Brother of Aubone A. (1884). 
{Crockford; Burke, L.G.; Who's Who.) 

SUSMANN (post SUSMAN), WALTER JAMES. Adm. at Caius, 
Oct. 2, 1893. [3rd] s. of Paul, merchant, of Ardwick, Man- 
chester (and Julie Marcus). B. June lo, 1874, at Moss Side, 
Manchester. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896; 
M.A., M.B. and B.Chir., 1903. At St George's Hospital. 
M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1900. House Surgeon, Westminster 
Hospital; House Physician, Victoria Hospital for Children. 
Practised at Henley-on-Thames. Deputy-Coroner for South 
Oxfordshire. Mayor of Henley, 1926. Surgeon at the Reading 
War Hospital during the Great War, 1914-19. Of Harpsden 
Rise, Harpsden Way, Henley-on-Thames in 1947. {Rugby 
Sch. Reg.; Venn, 11. 535; Medical Direcrories.) 



SuTCLiFFE, Robert 

SUSSEX, H.R.H. AUGUSTUS FREDERICK, DUKE OF. Adm. 
a nobleman at Trinity, Sept. 4, xSi8. 6th s. of H.M. King 
George III and Queen Charlotte. B. Jan. 27, i773- Hon. 
LL.D. 1819. F.R.S., 1828; President, 1830-8. Died Apr. 21, 
1843. {D.N.Ei.) 
SUTCLIFFE, AUBREY CUNLIFFE. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 
1899. Ord. deacon (Jamaica) 1902; priest, 1905; C. of 
St George's, Kingston, Jamaica, 1902-4. C. of Halfway Tree, 
Jamaica, 1904-7. C. of Pannal, Yorks., 1907-14. V. of 
Austwick, 1915-27. V.of FewstonwithBlubberhouses, 1927- 
35. V. of Burton, Westmorland, I935-52-- {Crockford.) 
SUTCLIFFE, DANIEL. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, June 6, 
1840. S. of — , of Red-Lees, near Burnley, Lanes. Matric. 
Michs. 1840; B.A. 1844; M.A. 1847. Ord. deacon (Chester) 
1844; priest, 1845; C. of Worsthome, Lanes., 1844-60. V. of 
St John's, Hohne, Whalley, 1860-96. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1897. 
SUTCLIFFE, HARRY OCTAVIUS. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 

1891. 
SUTCLIFFE, HENRY JAMES HALLIWELL. Adm. at King's, 
Oct. 9, 1889. S. of John, of Bingley, Yorks. B. 1870, at 
Thackley, Yorks. School, Bingley Grammar, of which his 
father was Head Master.] Matric. Michs. 1889; exhibitioner; 
B.A. 1893. Resided at White Abbey, Linton-in-Craven, 
Yorks. A well-known Yorkshire novelist. Author, The 
Eleventh Commandment; A Man of the Moors; Through 
Sorrow's Gates; The Winds of March; The Striding Dales, etc. 
Married, Feb. 16, 1904, Mabel Gertrude, dau. of James 
MaskeU Cottrell, of Twickenham. Died Jan. 14, 1932; buried 
at BumsaU. {Who was Who; The Times, Jan. 16, 1932.) 
SUTCLIFFE, JAMES. Adm. sizar at St John's, May i, 1843; 
re-adm. pens. Oct. 11, 1843. S. of Richard, farmer (and 
Sally). B. Sept. 27, 1824, at Heptonstall, Yorks. .Matric. 
Michs. 1843; B.A. {16th Wrangler) 1847; M.A. 1857. Principal 
of the Hindu College, Calcutta and Registrar of Calcutta 
University from 1866. Married, May 24, 1854, in Calcutta, 
Harriet Eliza, dau. of Gregory Mateveiefl, of Moscow and 
London. Died c. 1879. {The Guardian, July 26, 1854.) 
SUTCLIFFE, JAMES WOOD. Adm. at King's, Oct. 8, 1890. 
[2nd] s. of James Smith, of Bacup, Lanes. School, Leys, 
Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 1890. Resided one year. A 
director of William Sutcliffe and Sons, Ltd., flour-millers, of 
Manchester. Lived at Seafield Road, Lytham, Lanes., where 
he died, Feb. 20, 1942, aged 70. {The Times, Feb. 24, 1942.) 
SUTCLIFFE, JOHN CHARLES. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1883. 
SUTCLIFFE, JOSEPH GEORGE. .Mm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
May 12, 1871. S. of Joseph. B. at Burnley, Lanes. Matric. 
Michs. 1871; B.A. 1875; M.A. 1878. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 
1875; priest, 1876; C. (and Lecturer) of Wakefield, 1875-8. 
Chaplain to the Earl of Dunmore, and of St Andrew's, 
Dunmore, 1878-1900. Latterly of Malham, Leeds, where he 
died Oct. 9, 1914, aged 62. {Crockford; The Guardian, 
Oct. 15, 1914-) 
SUTCLIFFE, JOSEPH GEORGE. Adm. at Clare, June 7. i873- 
[S. of Joseph, wine-merchant (and Mary Ellen). School, 
Shrewsbury.] Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1877; M.A. 1880. 
Died, Sept. 19, 1927, aged 73, at Fuenterrabia, Spain, 
'fortified by the rites of the Church. R.I. P.' Brother of 
WiUiam O. (1875). {Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; The Times, 
Sept. 24, 1927.) 
SUTCLIFFE, PERCY TEMPLE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Feb. 17, 1892. S. of G[eorge], Esq., of Oak Hill, Burnley. 
[B. Jan. 10, 1873. School, Giggleswick.] Matric. Michs. 1892; 
B.A. 1895; M.B., B.Chir., and M.A. 1899. At St Thomas's 
Hospital. Naval Surgeon, R.N. ; Staff Surgeon, 1910. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-ig (Surgeon-Cdr., R.N.; in the 
Medical Dept. of the Admiralty, 1917-20; O.B.E.) Sub- 
sequently practised at Snitterfield. Order of St Maurice and 
St Lazarus (Italy) for services rendered in Calabria after the 
earthquake in December, 1908. Of Park View, Snitterfield, 
near Stratford-on-Avon, where he died Sept. 18, 1949. 
{Giggleswick Sch. Reg.; Medical Directories; Univ. War List; 
Burke, O.B.E.) 
SUTCLIFFE, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 30) at St John's, 
1753. B. in Yorks. School, Halifax. Matric. Easter, 1761; 
M.A. {per. lit. reg.) 1761. Master of Hipperholme Grammar 
School and V. of Lightcliffe, near Halifax. {St John's Coll. 
Adm., III. 621.) 
SUTCLIFFE, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Magdalene, 
Feb. 21, 1789; from University College, Oxford, whence he 
had matric. Dec. 17, 1787, age i6{sic). S. of John.of Hoohoyle, 
Halifax, Yorks. (and Grace, dau. of Abraham Gibson, of 
Brigroyd). B.Nov. 5, 1771, at Hoohoyle. School, Manchester 
Grammar. Matric. Easter, 1789. Lived at Bath, where he 
died Dec. 22, 1827. Father of William (i8i8). {Al. Oxon.; 
Manchester Sch. Reg.) 



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SUTCLIFFE, SEXTUS EDWARD. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 

SUTCLIFFE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age i8) at Magdalene, 
June 6, 1840. [Only] s. of William, Esq., of Heptonstall, near 
Halifax (and Mary, dau. of William Eastwood, of Yorks.). 
School, Leeds. Matric. Michs. 1840; B..\. 1844; M.A. 1847. 
Ord. deacon, 1845 ; priest, 1847; C. of Wibsey, Yorks., 1845-7. 
P.C. of Heptonstall, 1847-60. Latterly of Royds House, 
Heptonstall. J. P. for the West Riding and Lancashire. 
Married, 1849, Eliza, dau. of Richard Sutcliffe, Esq., of Lumb 
Bank, Heptonstall, and had issue, a daughter. Distinguished 
from a namesake who was at St Bees and C. of St Paul's, 
Blackburn and P.C. of Rivington, Lanes., 1856-79. (Leeds 
Gr. Sell. Reg.; Walford, County Families; Clergy List.) 

SUTCLIFFE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Jan. 29, 1818. S. of Robert (1789). B. [Sept. 4, 1800], at 
Bath. School, Little Dunham, Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1819; 
Scholar, 1821; B.A. (14th Hyangler) 1823; M.A. 1826. Of 
Hoohoyle, Yorks., and Great Bramingham, Beds. High 
Sheriff of Beds., 1843. Died, unmarried, May 7, 1852, at 
Bath. (Manchester Sck. Reg.; G. Mag. 185?, i. 638.) 

SUTCLIFFE, WILLIAM ORMOND. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 27, 1875. S. of Joseph, wine-merchant (and Mary 
Ellen). B. Oct. 24, 1856, at Halifax. Bapt. Dec. 22, 1856. 
School, Shrewsbury (Mr H. W. Moss, M.A.). Matric. Easter 
1876; Scholar; B.A. (i^h Classic) 1880; M.A. 1897. Ord., 
R.C. priest, 1888. Head of St Edmund's House, Cambridge, 
1898-1904. Inspector of Schools, Archdiocese of West- 
minster, 1904-35. Latterly of The Presbytery, Shepherd's 
Bush, London. Died Nov. 16, 1944. Brother of Joseph G. 
(1873). (Shreivsbury Sch. Reg.; F. P. White.) 

SUTER, ANDREW BURN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 10, 
1849. [S. of Richard, architect, of Fenchurch Street, London 
(and Ruth Aime, dau. of Major -General Andrew Bum). B. 
Nov 30 1830. School, St Paul's, London.] Matric. AUchs. 
1849; B.A. 1853; M.A. 1857; D.D. 1867. Ord. deacon 
(London) 1855; priest, 1856; C. of St Dunstan's-in-the-West, 
London, 1855-8. V. of All Saints, Mile End, 1858-66. 
Bishop of Nelson, New Zealand, 1866-91. Married, Aug. 7, 
i860, Amelia Damans, 4th dau. of the Rev. Thomas Harrison, 
P.C. of Womenswould, Kent. Resigned the Bishopric in 189 1 
with a view to returning to England, but was seized with 
paralysis on his way to embark, from which he did not 
recover, dying Apr. 29, 1895, at Nelson. Brother of the next. 
(St Paul's Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Burke, Colonial Gentry; 
Cambridge Chronicle, May 31, 1895.) 

SUTER, RICHARD GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Apr 4 1846. S. of Richard, architect, of Fenchurch Street, 
London B. in London. School, St Paul's, London. Matric. 
Michs. 1846; B.A. 1850; M.A. 1854. A Minister of the 
Catholic .\postoUc Church in Australia. Brother of the above. 
(St Paul's Sch. Reg.) 

SUTHERLAND, CHARLES. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, 
May 13 1852. S. of James, of Gainsford Street, Southwark, 
London'. B. there. School, Queen EUzabeth's, Southwark. 
Matric. Michs. 1852; B.A. 1856; M.A. 1859. Ord. deacon 
(London) 1859; priest, i860. C. of St PhiUp's, Kensmgton, 
1859-70, and Assistant Master at Stepney Grammar School 
until 1S70. Disappears from Crockford and Clergy List, 1872. 

SUTHERLAND, DONALD GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct 14 1899 -an Advanced Student. S. of William, merchant, 
of Brora, Sutherland (and Jane Murray). B. there, June 30, 
1863 At Watson's College and Edinburgh Umversity; M.B. 
and C.M., 1886; B.Sc. 1889. Matric. i\Uchs. 1899; B.A. 1901; 
M.A. 1908. Called to the Bar, Middle Temple, 1904. .\ssistant 
Bacteriologist, Local Government Board Laboratories. 
Medical Officer of Health for the County of Sutherland and 
burgh of Dornoch, 1890. Senior Bacteriologist, MetropoUtan 
Water Board from 1905. Resided latterly at Ealing, where he 
died Jan. 10, 1946. (Medical Directories; The Times, Jan. 14, 
1946; B.M.]., Jan. 26, 1946.) 

SUTHERLAND, EVAN ALEXANDER. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
Oct. 1891. [3rd] s. of H[enry] H[ohnes], Esq., of 2, Wetherby 
Gardens, S. Ivensington, London (and Anne Smclau:, dau. of 
George Dunnett, of Thurso). [B. Dec. iS, 1872.] School, 
Eton. Matric. iUchs. 1891; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1900 Ord. 
deacon (St Albans) 1896; priest, 1897; C. of Cheshunt Herts., 
1896-8 C. of Canton, Cardiff, 1898-1901. C. of St Martm s, 
Roath, Cardifi, 1901-2; V. there, 1903-5- Died Apr. 1909. 
(Eton Sch. Lists; Crockford; Burke, L.G.) 

SUTHERLAND, HENRY. B.A. 1867, mcorp. from Oxford. Adm. 
FeU -Com. at Downing, Feb. 13, 1867. [2nd s. of Alexander 
John (Christ Church, Oxford, 1829), M.D., F.R.S., of Rich- 
mond Terrace, Whitehall (and Alison Johanna Carmichael). 
B Dec ^8 1841. Schools, Radley and Westminster.] Matric. 
from Christ Church, Oxford, Jan. 18, 1861, age 19; B.A. 



SuTTHERY, Arthur Melbourne 

(Oxford) 1864; B.Med, and M.A. (Oxford) 1869; D.Med. 
(Oxford) 1872. At Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge and St 
George's Hospital. M.R.C.P., 1870. Assistant Medical Officer, 
West Riding County lunatic asylum, Wakefield. Practised in 
London. Lecturer on Insanity at Westminster Hospital. 
Physician at St George's, Hanover Square, dispensary. 
Married, Apr. 30, 1896, Meta Prescott, 2nd dau. of Capt. 
WiUiam Blunt Barwell, i6th Bengal Lancers. Author of 
numerous works on insanity. Died Nov. 12, 1901, in London. 
Brother of the next and of William E. (1873). (Radley Reg.; 
Record of Old Westminsters; A I. Oxon.; Medical Directories.) 

SUTHERLAND, HERBERT MOUBRAY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. II, 1870. [5th] s. of Alexander [John] (Christ Church, 
Oxford, 1829) [M.D., F.R.S.], of 6, Richmond Terrace, 
Whitehall, London. B. July 27, 1850, at Brighton. School, 
London (private). Matric. Michs. 1870; B.A. 1874; M-A. 1877. 
Died Jan. 14, 1916, in London. Brother of William E. (1873) 
and the above. (Ike Times, Jan. 17, 1916.) 

SUTHERLAND, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 8, 1838. 
Matric. Lent, 1839; B.A. 1843. Ord. priest (Peterb.) 1843; 
C. of Fleckney, Leics., 1843-5. C. of Islington and Lecturer 
of St Botolph's, Aldersgate, London, 1846-56. V. of St 
Phihp's, Ishngton, 1857-71- Died in 1871. (Clergy List; 
Crockford.) 

SUTHERLAND, JAMES STANLEY MUNRO. Adm. pens, (age 
18) at Jesus, Oct. 1896. S. of James, Esq., of Newcastle-on- 
Tyne. B. 1877, at Tynemouth. School, Durham. Matric. 
Michs. 1896. Lost at sea, Sept. 1897, in the S.S. Nord Cap, 
when on a voyage to Iceland. (Durham Sch. Reg.) 

SUTHERLAND, ROBERT GORDON. Adm. sizar at Trinity, 
July 8, 1S64. S. of Alexander, of Folkestone, Kent. B. Aug. 
27, 1845, at Aberdeen. School, King Edward VI's, Birming- 
ham. Matric. Michs. 1864. (Called 'Sucherland' in Matrics. 
and Degrees, 1851-1900.) 

SUTHERLAND, WILLIAM ERSKINE. X&m. pens, (age 21) at 
Pembroke, Feb. 7, 1S73. S. of .Alexander John (Christ 
Church, Oxford, 1829), physician, deceased, of London. B. 
there. Matric. Lent, 1873. Brother of Herbert M. (1870) and 
Henry (1867). 

SUTHERST, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 24) at Pembroke, 
Feb. I, 1876. Eldest s. of John, mechanic, of Guisborough, 
Yorks. B. at Middlesbrough. Matric. Lent, 1876. CaUed to 
the Bar, Inner Temple, Jan. 26, 1877- On the North-Eastem 
Circuit. Married and had issue. Drowned in the sinidng of 
the Lusitania by enemy action. May 7, 1915. (Law Lists.) 

SUTLIFFE, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Nov. 2, 
1784. Matric. Michs. 1785; Scholar, 1788; B.A. 1789; M.A. 
1792; B.D. 1800. FeUow, 1790. Ord. priest (Norwich) July i, 
1792. R. of Lamboume, Essex, 1815-40. Married Miss 
Wodehouse, of Norwich. Died Sept. 20, 1840, aged 72. 
(Foster, Index Eccles.; Clerical Guide; G. Mag., 1840, 11. 670.) 

SUTTABY, WILLIAM LEONARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Nov. 19, 1821. Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1822; B.A. 
1826; M.A. 1829. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1826; priest, Nov. 4, 
1827. P.C of Denston, Suffolk, 1836-75 and V. of PosUngford, 
1838-75. Married, Apr. 18, 1844, Catherine Rebecca Seely. 
Died July 25, 1875, aged 73- M.I. in PosUngford Church. 
(Scott, MSS.; Crockford.) 

SUTTHERLAND, WILLIAM SHEPPARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) 
at jEsus, Oct. I, 1872. [3rd] s. of George, Esq. [J. P., D.L.] 
B at Edenborough Co. Wicklow. School, Dubhn CoUegiate 
Institution. Matric. Lent, 1873- Ord. deacon (Ossory) 1880; 
priest, 1881; C. of KUtegan, Co. Wicklow, 1880-3. C. of The 
Abbey Kilculliheen, Co. Waterford, 1883-5. Inc. of Kihie- 
managh, Co. Wexford, 1885-9. R. of Westborough with Dry 
Doddington, Lines., 1889-1904. Married, Oct. 22, 1885, Ida 
Emily youngest dau. of H. Morrison, deceased. Disappears 
from Crockford (Sutherland), 1905; Clergy List also erro- 
neously calls him Sutherland. 

SUTTHERY, ARTHUR MELBOURNE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Jesus Oct. 1883. [2nd] s. of the Rev. William (1847) (and 
Sarah Ann, dau. of the Rev. James Hale Talbot). B. 
[Mar. 25, 1864], at CUfton-Reynes rectory, Bucks. Schools 
[Uppingham and] Oundle. Matric. Michs. 1883; Scholar; 
B.A 1887. Cricket 'blue,' 1887. Assistant Master at Exeter 
Grammar School, 1889-93 and during the Great War, 1914- 
19, assisted at Harrow. Sometime a private tutor at St 
Leonards-on-Sea. For many years associated with the 
Glasgow Herald. Married, Mar. 28, 1894, Grace Godwm, only 
dau. of James Coltart Waters, of Craigton, Stirhngshire, and 
had issue. Of Craigenveoch, Aberfoyle, Perthshire Died 
May 15, 1937; buried at Market Drayton. Brother of the next 
and of William T. (1879). (Uppingham Sch. Roll; Fox-Davies, 
Armorial Families; The Times, May 17, 1937-} 



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SUTTHERY, HAROLD. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1888. S. of the 
Kev. William (next), R. of Clif ton-Reynes, Bucks, (and Sarah 
Ann Talbot). B. Jan. 26, 1869, at Cheshain, Bucks. School, 
Oundle. Matric. Michs. i8«8; Scholar, i«88-9i; B.A. i8gi; 
M.A. 1899. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1896; priest (Coventry) 
1897. Assistant Master at Leamington College, 1893-1900; 
at Blundell's School, Tiverton, 1900-1; Chaplain of Arnold 
House School, St John's Wood, 1901-3. C. of RickenhaU, 
Suffolk, 1903-5. V. of Warden with Newbrough,Northumber- 
Iand,i905-i2. V.ofCalverhall, Salop, 1912-25. DiedMayaS, 
1930, at Market Drayton; buried there. Brother of the above 
and of WiUiam T. (1879). [Venn, 11. 502; Crochford; The 
Times, May 30, 1930.) 

SUTTHERY, WILLIAM. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St Catharine's, 
June 3, 1847. S. of George, deceased. B. at Chesham, Bucks. 
Matric. Michs. 1847; B.A. 1852; M.A. 1856. Ord. deacon 
(Ely) i860; priest, 1861; C. of Newton, Suffolk, 1860-2. R. of 
Clif ton-Reynes, Bucks., 1863-95. Married, Sarah Ann, dau. 
of the Rev. James Hale Talbot, R. of Newton Blossomville, 
Bucks. Died Apr. 20, 1895, at Chesham. Father of the next 
and the two preceding. (Crockford; The Times, Apr. 23, 1895.) 

SUTTHERY, WILLIAM TALBOT. Adm. at Clare, June 7, i879- 
[Eldest s. of the Rev. William (above), R. of Clifton- Keynes, 
Bucks. B. Apr. i860.] School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 
1879; exhibitioner; B.A. 1883; -M.A. 1894. Assistant Master 
at Felsted School, 1892-4; at Barham House prep. School, 
St Leonards-on-Sea, 1894-7. Died Oct. 17, 1897, at St 
Leonards-on-Sea. Brother of Arthur M. (1883) and Harold 
(1888). (Uppingham Sch. Roll; Al. Felsted.; The Times, 
Oct. 19, 1937.) 
BUTTLE, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 11, 1859. 
Matric. Lent, i860. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1864; priest, 
1864. C. of Hoggeston, Bucks., 1868-71. C. of Stretton-en- 
le-Field, Derbs., 1871-4. C. of East Wittering, Sussex, 1874- 
6. Subsequently of 33, Sutherland Place, Bayswater, London, 
W. Disappears from Crockford, 1887. 
SUTTON, see also MANNERS-SUTTON. 

SUTTON, ALFRED. Adm. (age 19) at Caius, Oct. i, 1870. S. of 
James, deceased [of Shardlow HaU, Derbs.] (and Sophia, dau. 
of Abraham Hoskyns, of Newton Park, Derbs.). [B. at 
Shardlow Hall.J School, Cahie, Wilts. Matric. Michs. 1870; 
B.A. 1875; M.A. 1879. 'The best hght-weight rider at the 
University in his day.' Ord. deacon (Carlisle) 1879; priest, 
1880; C. of St James's, Whitehaven, Cumberland, 1879-81. 
V. of Bridekirk, 1881-1938. Rural Dean of Maryport, 1893. 
Hon. Canon of Carlisle, 1899. Chairman of Cumberland 
County Council, 1914. J. P. for Cumberland. C.B.E., 1920. 
Married, 1881, Bertha Frances Entwhistle, dau. of J. E. 
Walker and had issue. Died Oct. 23, 1938, aged 87. Brother 
of Henry (1864). (Crockford; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; 
Venn, 11. 395; Who tvas Who; F. H. H. Guillemard.) 
SUTTON, ALFRED HUXTABLE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 27, 1869. S. of the Rev. Stephen Brain [(B.A., London 
Univ.), P.C. of St Peter's, Everton, Liverpool] (and EUen). 
B. June 3, 1850, at Everton. Bapt. Dec. 8, 1850. School, 
Marlborough Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1869. 
SUTTON, ARTHUR FREDERICK. .\dm. pens, (age 19) at 
Jesus, Oct. i, 1871. Eldest s. of the Kev. .Augustus (Univer- 
sity College, Oxford, 1843), R. of West Tofts (and Charlotte 
Robina, dau. of John Carter, of Northwold, Norfolk). B. 
[July 5, 1852], at West Tofts. School, Uppingham. Matric. 
Michs. 1871. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1877; priest, 1878; C. of 
St Botolph's, Lincoln, 1877-80. C. of Southwell Minster, 
1880-5. R. of West Tofts (succeeding his father), 1885-8. 
R. of Brant Broughton, Lines., 1888-1924. Rural Dean of 
Loveden, 1915-24. V. of Earls Colne, Essex, 1924-5. Preb. of 
Lincoln, 1912-25. Sometime secretary of the Lincolnshire 
Archaeological Society. Died Nov. 18, 1925. (Vppingluim 
Sch. Roll; Crockford; Burke, P. and B.; Who was Who; The 
Times, Nov. 20, 1925.) 
SUTTON, CHARLES. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, Apr. 22, 
1775. S. of Edward, draper, of Norwich. B. there. School, 
Wymondham. Matric. Michs. i775; Scholar, 17/8; B.A. 
iHth Wrangler) 1779; M.A. 1782; B.D. 1790; D.D. 1806. 
Fellow, 1784-93. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Feb. 28, 1779; 
priest, May 21, 1780; C. of Wroxham with Salhouse, Norfolk, 
1779-80. C. of Forncett St Mary and St Peter, 1780-8. P.C. 
of St George's, Tombland, Norwich, 178&-1841. Usher at 
Norwich Grammar School, 1789-93. R. of Alburgh, 1793- 
1846, and V. of Holme-next-the-Sea with Thomham, 1796- 
1846. Married, Aug. 15, 1793, Charlotte, dau. of William 
Kirby, attomey-at-law, of Witnesham, and widow of George 
Meadows of Henley. In 1836 gave to the University Library 
the MS. collections of Adam Wall. Died May 27, 1846, aged 
90, at Norwich. M.l. at Alburgh. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 
500; Clerical Guide, which gives different dates for cures; 
The Extraordinary Black Book, 1830, 530; H. W. Saunders. 



SuTTON, Frederick Nassau 

SUTTON, CHARLES ROBERT ARNOLD. .\din. at Clare, Oct. 4. 
1884. [Youngest s. of R. C, of Forest Green, Nottingham.] 
Matric. .'Vlichs. 1884; B.A. 1887; M.B., B.Chir. and M.A. 1891; 
M.D. 1894. At Guy's Hospital; resident Clinical and Oph- 
thalmic Assistant there. Practised at Sidcup. Surgeon to the 
Metropolitan Police at Sidcup. Resided latterly at Little- 
hampton, Sussex. Married, Apr. 30, 1895, Charlotte Amelia, 
eldest dau. of James W. Wolfe, of Oakfield, Hitchin. (Medical 
Directories; J he limes. May 4, 1895.) 
SUTTON, CORNELIUS GRAHAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
July 4, 1844. [Doubtless s. of S., of Hertingfordbury, Herts. 
School, Eton.] Capt., 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Died on 
board H.M.S. Victoria, off the Crimea, of cholera, Sept. 15, 
1854, the night the troops landed in the Crimea. (Eton Sch. 
Lists; G. Mag., 1854, 11. 531.) 
SUTTON, DANIEL. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Feb. 9, 1786. 
S. of Daniel, 'the inoculator.' Matric. Michs. 1787; Scholar. 
SUTTON, EDWARD WILLIAM. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St Catha- 
rine's, Oct. 1, 1897; B.A. (Trinity College, Oxford) 1894; 
B.C.L. (Oxford) 1897. S. of Edward Gower Vane. B. June 6, 
1871, at 3, St .Martin's Square, Regent's Park, London. 
School, Brighton College. Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. (Law 
Trip., Pt II, ist Class) 1901; M.A. 1904. Called to the Bar, 
Lincoln's Inn, June 30, 1897. Equity draftsman and Con- 
veyancer. Lecturer in Law at St Catharine's, 1907-14- 
Professional Clerk to Solicitor of Inland Revenue, Somerset 
House, 1917-20. Assistant Editor, 8 th edition of White and 
Tudor's Leading Cases in Equity. Died Jan. 19, 1941. 
(Brighton Coll. Reg.; Law Lists; The Times, Jan. 22, 1941.) 
SUTTON, EDWIN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 11, 1877. [6th] 
s. of Alfred, of Greenlands, Reading, Berks. B. there, Dec. 3, 
1857. School, Reading. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881; 
M.A. 1884. Ord. deacon (Durham) 1881; priest, 1882; C. of 
St James's, Stockton-on-Tees, 1881-5. ^- of Bishop Auck- 
land, 1885-90. V. of Eaton Bray, Beds., 1890-1916. K. of 
Grundisburgh, Suffolk, 1916-37. Married, July 31, 1884, 
Annie Hill, 4th dau. of W. W. Mo.xhay, Esq., of Reading. 
Subsequently of Park View, Melton, Suffolk, where he died 
Oct. 20, 1946. {Crockford; The Guardian, Aug. 6, 1884; The 
I imes, Oct. 22, 1946.) 
SUTTON, EDWIN CLARKE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 12, 

1837. Matric. .Michs. 1837. 
SUTTON, ERNEST PHILIPPS FOQUET. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1900. S. of Martin John, of Henley Park, Henley- 
on-Thames, Oxon. B. [Mar. 20], 1882, at Reading. School, 
Peppard rectory, Oxon. (private) [and Eton]. Matric. Michs. 
1900. Adm. at the Inner Temple. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Capt., K.A.S.C, 1916-18; Mechanical Transport 
Officer; M.B.E., 1919). Of Sidmouth Grange, near Reading. 
(Etoti Sch. Lists.) 
SUTTON, EVELYN LEVETT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Oct. 26, 1796. S. of Evelyn, of London. [B. June 10, 1777.] 
School, Hampstead. Matric. Michs. 1800; B.A. 1801; M.A. 
1807. Ord. priest (Norwich, Litt. dim. from York) Mar. 14, 
1802. K. of St Alphage, Canterbury, 1806-12. V. of High 
Halden, Kent, 1812-35. V. of Preston, Kent, 1812-17. P.C. of 
Oare, 1817-25. One of the Six preachers of Canterbury. 
Preb. of Westminster, 1832-5. Died Jan. 26, 1835, in the 
cloisters of Westminster Abbey, 'suddenly attacked with 
apoplexy whilst reading the 9th Commandment.' (Foster, 
Index Eccles.; Clerical Guide; G. Mag., 1835, i. 554.) 
SUTTON, FRANCIS. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 7, 1893. [S. of the 
Rev. Robert (Exeter College, Oxford, 1852), V. of Pevensey, 
Sussex.] Matric. Michs. 1893. Died Jan. 22, 1937, at East- 
bourne. (The Times, Jan. 25, 1937.) 
SUTTON, FRANCIS JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 
1898. S. of the Rev. J[oseph] G[eorge] (1874) [Principal] of 
Dale College, King William's Town, South Africa. Matric. 
Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901; M.A. 1905. }>l..\., ad eundem. Cape 
Univ., 1906. Ord. deacon (Grahamstown) 1904; priest, 1906; 
C. of Holy Trinity, King William's Town, 1904-12. Principal 
of Dale College, King William's Town, 1913-37. Served in the 
Great War, 1917-19 (R.G.A., 1917-19). R. of Holy Trinity, 
Port Elizabeth, 1938-44. Rural Dean of Port Elizabeth, 
1943-4. Lie. to off., dio. of Grahamstown, 1944-. Of 6, 
Second Avenue, Summerstrand, Port Elizabeth in 195 1. 
Brother of George G. (1S99). (Crockford.) 
SUTTON, FREDERICK NASSAU. -Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Apr. 14, 1862. S. of Frederick, Captain in the Army, of Bury 
St Edmunds (and Eliza, dau. of the Rev. W. M. Jones, V. of 
Ospringe, Kent). B. Nov. 23, 1843, in Dublin. School, 
Bury St Edmunds. Matric. Michs. 1862; Scholar; B.A. (gth 
Classic) 1866. Tutor to the Marquess of Huntley, and others. 
Joint author of an edition of Catullus. Died of phthisis, 
unmarried, Dec. 20, 1869, at Great Barton, near Bury St 
Edmunds. (Peile, 11. 572; Burke, L.G.) 



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Sutton, Frederick Olinthus 

SUTTON, FREDERICK OLINTHUS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Apr. 25, 18S3; B.-A. 1S83, incorp. from Dublin; M.A. from 
Jesus, 1887. S. of Frederick, solicitor, o.f [Harcourt Street], 
Dublin. B. there [July 23, i860] School, Rathnunes. Adm. 
at Trinity CoUege, Dublin, 1878; B.A. and LL.B. (Dublin) 
1882. Ord. deacon (Newcastle-on-Tyne) 1885; priest, 1886; 
C. of All Saints, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1885-8. C. of Blackburn, 
Lanes., 1888-93. C. of Kingston-on-Thames, Surrey, 1893- 
1904. C. of Claygate, 1904-6. Lie. Pr., dio. of Winchester, 
1906-9. R. of Newdigate, Surrey, 1909-13. V. of St Andrew's, 
Hillingdon, Middlesex, 1913-15. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Chaplain, R.A.C.D.; mentioned in despatches). 
Perm, to off., dio. of York, 1919. Availed himself of the 
provisions of the Clerical Disabilities Relief Act (1870), 
July 14, 1922. Subsequently in business in the North of 
England. Married, Jan. 22, 1891, Bertha Radford, dau. of 
Benjamin Whales, of Notts. At St Cross Hospital, Win- 
chester, 1933-48. Died Apr. 21, 1949, at Shawford, Hants. 
(Rathmines Sch. Roll; Peile, 11. 697; Crockford; Univ. War 
List; F. Brittain; The Guardian, Jan. 23, 1891.) 

SUTTON (or MANNERS-SUTTON), GEORGE. Adm. FeU.-Com. 
(age 18) at Trinity, Dec. 4, 1769. [Eldest] s. of Lord George 
(3rd s. of the 3rd Duke of Rutland), of Kelham, Notts, (by 
his I St wife, Diana, only dau. of Thomas Chaplin, of Blankney, 
Lines.). [B. Aug. i, 1751-] School, Eton. Matric. Easter, 
1770; M.A. 1773- Of Kelham, Notts. M.P. for Newark-on- 
Trent, 1774-80; for Grantham, 1780-1802; for Bramber, 
Sussex, 1802-4. Died, unmarried, Feb. 15, 1804. Brother of 
Thomas (1773,51*6 .Manners-Sutton) and Charles (1773, sm6 
Manners-Sutton). (Eton Coll. Reg. [sub Manners); Return of 
M.P.s; G. Mag., 1804, i. 190.) 

SUTTON, GEORGE FREDERICK. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1887. [Eldest] s. of Frederick, Esq. [of Northwood, 
Middlesex]. B. in London. School, New College, Eastbourne 
(Mr Schreiner). Matric. Michs. 1887; B.."^. 1890; M.A. 1894. 
Adm. Solicitor, Apr. 1894. Practised in London. Clerk to the 
Dyers' Company, 1900-8, and to the Leather-sellers' 
Company from 1908. F.S.A. Of Little Hendra Cottage, 
Chorley Wood. Married, 1898, Gertrude Melina, dau. of 
Edwin Lang, of Hampstead. Died Dec. 13, 1944. (Law Lists; 
The Times, Dec. 15, 1944; KeUy, Handbook.) 

SUTTON, GEORGE GERHARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 3, 1899. S. of the Rev. J[oseph] G[eorge] (1874) 
[Principal] of Dale College, King William's Town, South 
Africa. School, Dale College. Matric. Michs. 1899; (Law Trip., 
Pt I, 1st Class, 1901; Pt II, 1st Class, 1902); LL.B. 1902. 
Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 17, 1899. Called to the 
Bar, June 24, 1903. K.C., Union of S. Africa, 1921. Judge of 
the Supreme Court, Cape Town, from 1929. Of Woodside, 
Wynberg, South Africa, in 1946. Brother of Francis J. (1898). 
{Law Lists.) 

SUTTON, GEORGE PETER CHARLES, Adm. pens, at Em- 
manuel, Mar. 28, 1892. S. of G., Esq., of The Bath Road, 
Slough. Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1899. Ord. 
deacon (Truro) 1897; priest, 1898; C. of Egloshayle, Cornwall, 
1897-1902. C. of Port Isaac, 1902-10. V. of Egloskerry with 
Tremaine, 1910-16. P.C. of Tresmere and Rural Dean of 
Trigg Major, 1914-16. Rural Dean of Bodmin, 1921-2. V. of 
Egloshayle, 1916-24. R. of Brantham, Suffolk, 1924-43. 
Died in 1943. (Crockford.) 

SUTTON, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 13, 1864. [2nd] 
s. of James, J. P., of Shardlow HaU, Derbs. (and Sophia 
Hoskyns, of Newton Park, Derbs.). B. [Jan. 10, 1846], at 
Shardlow Hall. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1864; B..A. 
1868. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 22, 1867. Called to the 
Bar, Apr. 30, 1870. A Special Pleader. On the North- 
Eastern Circuit. Junior Counsel to the Treasury, 1890; 
Bencher, 1900. Judge of the King's Bench Division of the 
High Court, 1905: resigned, 1910. Knighted, 1906. Married, 
1872, Caroline EUzabeth, eldest dau. of John Nansen, of 
Knells, Cjirlisle, and had issue. .A.uthor, Law of Tramways. 
Resided at Lexham Gardens, London. Died May 30, 1920, in 
London. Brother of Alfred (1870). (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Peile, 
II. 584; Lau- Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar; Who was Who.) 

SUTTON, HENRY CHARLES (1858), see MANNERS-SUTTON. 

SUTTON, The Rev. JOHN. B.A. 1791, incorp. from Oxford; 
M.A. from Trinity, 1791. [S. of Samuel, gent., of Dunchurch, 
Warws.] Matric. from Trinity College, Oxford, Apr. 18, 1780, 
age 19; B.A. (Oxford) 1784. R. of Oakley Parva, Northants.. 
1786-1807, and R. of Glooston, Leics., 1790-1807. V. of 
Weekley, Northants., 1791-1807. R. of Church Lawford, 
Warws., 1S02-7. Died Feb. 8, 1807. 'One of the most 
corpulent men in the country, and has left a wife and 12 
children.' (.4/. Oxon.; Foster, Index. Eccles.; Northants. 
Clergy; G. Mag., 1807, i; not found in Adm. to Trin. Coll.) 

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SuTTON, Richard 

SUTTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Jesus, July 6, 1840; 
FeU.-Com., 1846-73. Eldest s. of Sir Richard (1816), 2nd 
Bart, (and Mary Elizabeth, dau. of BenjaminBurton). B.[Oct. 
18, 1820], at Sudbrooke, Lines. School, Eton. Matric. Lent,' 
1 84 1. Generous benefactor to Jesus Chapel; gave the organ^ 
established a choir-school and taught the choristers for ten 
years. Of Norwood Park, Notts. Succeeded his father as 
3rd Bart., Nov. 14, 1855. High Sheriff of Notts., 1867. 
Married, Aug. 23, 1844, Emma Helena, eldest dau. of 
Col. Sherlock, K.H., deceased, of Southwell, Notts. Died 
June 5, 1873 at Bruges, where he had lived latterly; succeeded 
by his brother, Richard. (Eton Sch. Lists: Burke, P. and B.i 
G.E.C.) 

SUTTON, The Rev. JOHN. M.A., incorp. from Oxford, 1852. 
[3rd s. of S., Esq., of Finsbury Square, London. School, 
Eton.] Matric. from Oriel College, Oxford, June 22, 1824, 
age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1828; M.A. (Oxford) 1831. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, 1824. V. of Reepham, Lines., 1835-55. 
Married Emma Eleanor, dau. of the Rev. Thomas Fardell 
(1823), V. of Sutton, Ely. Died Jan. 31, 1855. Father of 
Meyrick J. (1862). (Al. Oxon.; Foster, Index Eccles.; Eton 
Sch. Lists ; Clergy List.) 

SUTTON, The Rev. JOHN. B.A. 1854, incorp. from Oxford. 
[Eldest s. of William, gent., of Henney, Berks.] Matric. from 
New Inn Hall, Oxford, June 17, 1841, age 24; B.A. (Oxford) 
1845. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1847; priest, 1848; C. of 
Coggeshall, Essex. C. of Great Chesterford, 1850. C. of 
Hadstock, 1851-60. R. of St John's, Brisbane , Australia, 
1861-85. Latterly of Humpybong, Queensland, Australia. 
Author, The Curate's Daughter. Disappears from Crockford, 
1898. (Al. Oxon.) 

SUTTON, JOHN RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i, 1886. 
S. of George, of Chesham. B. Jan. 3, 1865. School, Chedding- 
ton, Bucks, (the Rev. F.Harvey). Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 
1889; M.A. 1901; Se.D. 1908. Sometime of Kimberley, S. 
Africa. Died Oct. 11, 1937, at Oaklands, Binfield, Berks. (The 
limes, Oct. 13, 1937.) 

SUTTON, JOHN ROBERT. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, 
Dec. 11, 1782. Of Lines. Matric. Michs., 1783 as John; 
Scholar, 1783. 

SUTTON, JOSEPH GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. i, 
1874; re-adm. Oct. 3, 1882. [S. of the Rev. Joseph, Wesleyaa 
minister. School, Woodhouse Grove.] Matric. Lent, 1875; 
exhibitioner; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1890. Head Master of 
Swellendam Public School, South Africa, 1877-83. Ord. 
deacon(Ely) 1883; priest, 1885. Vice-Principal of the Diocesan 
College School and C. of St Saviour's, Claremont, 1883-7; 
Principal of the Collegiate School and C. of St George's 
Cathedral, Capetown, 1887-90. Principal of Dale CoUege, 
King William's Town, 1890-1912. Disappears from Crock- 
ford, 1924. Father of Francis J. (1898) and George G. (1899). 
(Kingswood Sch. Reg. ; Crockford.) 

SUTTON, MEYRICK JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 18, 1862. Of Lines. [S. of the Rev. John (1852), V. of 
Reepham. B. Oct. 10, 1841.] [Had served in the Indian 
Navy; China war medal, i860.] Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 
1866; M.A. 1871. One of Dean Vaughan's 'Doves.' Ord. 
deacon (Winchester) 1866; priest, 1867; C. of Christ Church, 
Bermondsey, 1866-9. C. of St Luke's, Birmingham, 1869-70. 
Chaplain and Secretary, Refuge for the destitute, Dalston, 
1870-1. C. of Grantham, Lines., 1871-2. Campden Lecturer 
at Grantham, 1871-5. Chaplain to the Mercers' Company, 
1872-7. C. of Hampstead, Middlesex, 1875-7. L.D.H.M. of 
St SUas District, Haverstock Hill, 1877-82. R. of Greenstead 
St Andrew, Essex, 1882. V. of St Keveme, ComwaU, 1882-9. 
V. of Kirton-in-Holland, Lines., 1889-1904. V. of Grant- 
chester, Cambs., 1904-16. In 1917 took charge of Christ 
Church, Bermondsey, in order that the vicar might be released 
as a chaplain to the Forces. Married, June 14, 1869, Annie 
Louisa, dau. of the Rev. R. M. Martin, V. of Bermondsey. 
Resided latterly at Upper Norwood, where he died Sept. 20, 
1927, aged 85. (Crockford; Cambs. Indep. Press, July 31, 
1891; The Times, Sept. 26, 1927.) 

SUTTON, PERCY FREDERICK. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
Oct. I, 1871. S. of Edward Barker, Esq. B. at Brixton, 
Surrey. School, King's College, London. Matric. Easter, 
1872. 

SUTTON, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Jan. 14, 
1788. [2nd] s. of Sir Richard (1749-5°), Bart., of London (by 
his 2nd wife, Anne, dau. of WiUiam Peere Williams, of 
Cadhay, Devon). [B. Feb. 2, 1771.] School, Westminster. 
Matric. Michs. 178S; B.A. 1792; M.A. 1795. Ord. priest 
(Norwich, Litt. dim. from York) Mar. i, 1795. R. of Brant 
Broughton, and Great Coates, Lines., 1795-1820. Preb. of 
Southwell, 1795-1820. Died, s.p., Aug. 24, 1820, at Brant 
Broughton. Brother of Robert N. (i793). (Record of Old 
Westminsters; Burke, P. and B.; G. Mag., 1820. 11.) 



Sutton, Sir Richard, Bart. 

SUTTON, Sir RICHARD, Bart. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Feb. 3, 1816. [OnlyJ s. of John [died i«oi] (and Sophia 
Frances, dau. of Charles Chaplin, of Tathwell, Lines.). B. 
[Dec. 16, 1798], at Brant Broughton, Lines. School, West- 
minster. Matric. Michs. 1816; M.A. 1818. Had succeeded his 
grandfather. Sir Richard (1749-50), as 2nd Bart., Jan. 10, 
1802. One of the most wealthy men in the country, owning 
large estates in Notts., Norfolk and Leics., and also property 
in Mayfair. Master of the Burton Hunt, Lines., 1822. Kept 
at Quorn Hall a stud of 70 to 80 horses and 79 couples of 
hounds; for some years bore the entire cost of the Quorn 
Hunt. Said to have spent £300,000 on fox-hunting. A good 
musician; 'after his day's sport, occupied himself with his 
flute or his books.' Married, Dec. 17, 1819, Mary Elizabeth, 
dau. of Benjamin Burton, Esq., of Burton Hall, Co. Carlow, 
and had 11 children. Died Nov. 14, 1855, at his residence, 
94, Piccadilly, London. Father of John (1840). (Record of 
Old Westminsters; Burke, P. and B.; D.N.B.; G.E.C.) 

SUTTON, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Trinity, Aug. 10, 
1782. S. of Robert, of Homingsheath (or Horringer), Suffolk. 
Bapt. Dec. 1764. School, Bury St Edmunds. Matric. Michs. 
1783; Scholar, 1786; B.A. 1787. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
Sept. 23, 1787. Under-Master at Bury St Edmunds School, 
1790. {Bury St Edmunds Sch. List.) 

SUTTON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 15, 1806. 
Matric. Michs. 1806; Scholar, 1806; B.A. 1810; M.A. 1831. 
Ord. priest (Salisbury, Litt. dim. from York) May 31, 1812. 
P.C. of Fulford, Yorks., 1817-58. R. of St Michael's, 
Spurriergate, York, 1817-58. Canon of Ripon, 1828-58. 
Married, July 11, 1809, Harriet, dau. of Joseph Burke, of 
York. Died Sept. 18, 1858, at Ripon. Father of Thomas 
(1832). {Clergy List; G. Mag., 1858, n. 535.) 

SUTTON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Mar. 25, 
1831. [Eldest] s. of Robert [Nassau] (next). B. [Mar. i, 18 13], 
at Kelham, Notts. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1831; B.A. 
1835; M.A. 1838. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1837; priest, 1838; 
C. of Averham with Kelham, Notts., 1837-44; R. there, 
1844-56. K. of Bilsthorpe, 1859-67. J. P. for Parts of 
Lindsey. Married, May 4, 1847, Charlotte, only sister of 
Sir John Nelthorpe, 8th Bart., of Scawby, Lines, (to whose 
estates she succeeded, 1865), and had issue. Latterly of 
Scawby Hall, Brigg, where he died, Mar. 10, 1885. {Eton 
Sch. Lists; Clergy List, which calls him Robert N[assau]; 
Crockford; Burke, P. and B.; 2 he Guardian, Mar. 18, 1885.) 

SUTTON, ROBERT [NASSAU]. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, 
Feb. i6, 1793. [3rd] s. of Sir Richard (1749-50), Bart., of 
London (by his and wife, Anne, dau. of William Peere 
Williams, of Cadhay, Devon). [B. Aug. i, 1776.] School, 
Rugby. Doubtful if resided. Capt., 7th FusUiers; A.D.C. to 
Sir R. A.bercrombie in Egypt, iSoi. Married, May 20, 1812, 
Mary Georgiana, dau. of John Manners Sutton, of Kelham, 
Notts. Died Apr. 7, 1833. Father of the above; brother of 
Richard (1788). (Burke, P. and B.; Rugby Sch. Reg.) 

SUTTON, ROBERT [WOODING]. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Clare, 
May 20, 1819. Matric. Michs. 1819; B.A. 1824; M.A. 1827. 
Ord. deacon (London) May 29, 1825 ; priest, May 21, 1826. V. of 
Norton, Herts., 1826-31. R. of Layer Breton, Essex, 1831- 
55. Died July 4, 1855, aged 57, at Bonchurch, Isle of Wight. 
{Clergy List; G. Mag., 1855, II. 328.) 

SUTTON, The Rev. SAMUEL. Adm. as a 'Ten-year man' at 
Trinity, Dec. 8, 1818. [Perhaps the man of these names who 
had matric. from St Alban Hall, Oxford, Jan. 21, 1812, 
age 26; S. of Andrew, gent., of Gosport, Hants.] Ord. deacon, 
1817. Of Northfleet, Kent, 1841-57 (no benefice); disappears 
from Clergy List, 1858. {Northants. Clergy.) 

SUTTON, SAMUEL IVES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. 16, 
1824. Did not reside. 

SUTTON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. i, 1832. 
[S. of the Rev. Robert (1806), of Fulford, York. School, 
Uppingham.] Matric. Michs. 1832; B.A. 1836. Ord. priest 
(Norwich) Mar. 11, 1838. Ord. deacon (York) 1836; priest 
(Norwich) 1837. Chaplain of York Castle, 1844-58. P.C. of 
Sunk-Island, Yorks., 1858-89. Died in Dec. 1889. {Upping- 
ham Sch. Roll; Crockford.) 

SUTTON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 24) at Caius, June 27, 
1842. S. of Arthur White, Esq., of Teddington, Middlesex. 
B. in Kensington. School, Newington Butts. [Studied 
architecture for four years before entry.] Matric. Michs. 
1842; B.A. {2c)lh Wrangler) 1846. Sometime a private tutor. 
Married, June 8, 1847, at Stoke, Cheshire, Mary, 3rd dau. of 
John Grace, Esq., of Cheshire. Author, Proofs of the Rules 
of Arithmetic; Poinsot's Elements of Statics. Died at Pwlheli, 
N. Wales, Mar. 19, 1875; 'of Jersey'. (F«»n, n. 259; The 
Patrician, iv.88.) 



SwABEY, Horace Cambridge 

SUTTON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Sept. 16, 
1824. S. of William. B. in Norfolk. School, Ditchingham, 
Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1825. 

SUTTON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, June 11, 
1828. S. of Thomas, medical practitioner, of Greenwich. 
B. there. Schools, Greenwich and Lewisham. Matric. Michs. 
1828; M.B. 1833. A medical student. 'Died very young.' 
{Venn, 11. 206.) 

SUTTON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 6, i860. 
[Eldest] s. of WiUiam, victualler [of Warwick] (and Elizabeth). 
B. Aug. 15, 1842, at Birmingham. [School, King Edward's, 
Birmingham.] Matric. Michs. i860; Scholar, 1864; B..\. 
(zznd Wrangler) 1865; M.A. 1882. Chief Clerk in the London 
and Provincial Law Life Assurance Society, 1873. Adm. at 
the Middle Temple, May 4, 1882. CaUed to the Bar, June 17, 
1885. Actuary to the Registry of Friendly Societies, Central 
Office, 1876-98. Tutor of the Society of Actuaries, 1871-6; 
Member of Council, 1877. President of the Institute of 
Actuaries, 1888. Actuarial Adviser to the Board of Trade, 
1890-8. Married, Jan. 8, 1867, Mary Jane, dau. of Alfred 
Hobson, of Birmingham. Author, Text-book for Actuarial 
Students; Sickness and Mortality in Friendly Societies 
(Parliamentary Report), etc. Died Aug. 14, 1898, at Kings- 
wood, Clapham Common. {Eagle, xx. 572; Law Lists; 
Foster, Men at the Bar; I'he Times, Aug. 16, 1898.) 

SUTTON, WILLIAM. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 1879- Of Bush 
Street, Pembroke Dock. Adm. at Downing, Oct. 6, 1880; 
B.A. 1884. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1889; priest, 1890; C. of 
Sutton, Surrey, 1889-91. Subsequently of Southbridge Road, 
South Croydon. Disappears from Crockford, 1895. 

SUTTON, WILLIAM HUBERT REITZ. Adm. pens, at Downing, 
Sept. 2, 1900. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; Scholar; 
M.B. and B.Chir. 1907. At St Thomas's Hospital; House 
Physician and Clinical Assistant there. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P. 
1907. Practised at East London, Cape Province, South 
Africa. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Major, South 
African Medical Service; mentioned twice in despatches). Of 
CampbeU Street, Fort Beaufort, Cape Province, in 1948. 
{Medical Directories.) 

SUYEMATSU, KENCHO. Matric. Non-CoU., Michs. 1881. S. of 
Gwanu. B. Sept. 30, 1855, at Buzen, Japan. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, Oct. 10, 1883, as Kenchio Suyematzu; B.A. and 
LL.B. 1884; LL.M. 1888. D. Litt. .Tokyo Imperial University. 
Civilian Staff Officer to the Commander-in-Chief of the 
Imperial forces during the Satsuma rebellion, 1877. Elected 
Member of the House of Commons at first formation of Diet, 
1890. Created a Baron, 1895, for distinguished service; and 
a Viscount, 1907. Minister of Communications and of the 
Interior, 1900. P.C. Author, The Risen Sun, a fantasy of Far 
Japan, etc. Married the eldest dau. of Prince Ito, of Shiba, 
Tokyo. Died Oct. 5, 1920. {Who was Who.) 

SVENSSON, ROBERT. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1900. [3rd] s. of 
Anders Gillis, analytical chemist, of i. Nelson Terrace, 
Coatham, Redcar (and Isabella Jane Tomlinson). B. there. 
May 18, 1883. School, Sir William Turner's Grammar, 
Coatham. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; M.B. and B.Chir. 
1910. At St Thomas's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1908. 
Assistant House Surgeon, District Hospital, West Bromwich. 
Medical Officer to rubber-estates, in the Federated Malay 
States, 1910-15. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut. - 
Col., R.A.M.C; D.S.O., 1919; M.C.; mentioned twice in 
despatches; French Croix de Guerre). Of Port Dickson, 
Negri Sembilan, F.M.S. in 1920. Medical Officer to the 
Burma Oil Co., 1920-33. Engaged in anti-malarial work at 
the Ross Institute of Tropical Hygiene, Keppel Street, 
London, W.C. in 1948. {Venn, in. 405; Medical Directories; 
Univ. War Ltst.) 

SWABEY, FREDERICK EUSTACE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Jan. II, 1877- [Eldest] s. of [the Rev.] Maurice, M.A. [V. of 
St Thomas, Exeter] (and Frances Jane, dau. of Lemuel 
Cambridge, J. P., of Richmond, Prince Edward Island.) B. 
Mar. I, 1858, at Milton, near Charlottetown, Prince Edward 
Island. Bapt., Apr. 15, 1858. Matric. Lent, 1877; B.A. 1880. 
Adm. Solicitor, 1885; practised at Crewkerne, Somerset. 
Clerk to the District Council. Married, June 3, 1891, 
Catherine Elizabeth, dau. of Charles Calley, of Harbertonford, 
Devon. Died Apr. 22, 1919, at Langley, Misterton, Somerset. 
Brother of the next. (Scott, MSS.; Burke, L.G.; The Times, 
Apr. 24, 1919.) 

SWABEY, HORACE CAMBRIDGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 27, 1879. [2nd s. of the Rev. Maurice, V. of St Thomas, 
Exeter (and Frances Jane, dau. of Lemuel Cambridge, J. P., 
of Prince Edward Island).] B. Mar. 8, 1861, at St John, New 
Brunswick, Canada. Bapt. May 31, 1861. Matric. Lent, 1880. 
Married, 1885, Clara Burford, and had issue. Died Oct. 1892. 
Brother of the above. (Burke, L.G.) 

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SwAFFiELD, Alfred Owen 

SWAFFIELD, ALFRED OWEN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity 
Hall, June 14, 1871. S. of R[obertj H|.assaUJ, Esq., deceased, 
of Westdown Lodge, Weymouth. B. Mar. 11, 1852. School, 
Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs. 1871; Scholar, 1872; 
B.A. 1875. Of Wyke House, VVyke Regis, Dorset. D.L. and 
J. P. for Dorset. Died Oct. 19, 1937, at Rodwell Lodge, 
Weymouth. Brother of the next. (Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; 
The Times, Oct. 21, 1937.) 

SWAFFIELD, GEORGE OWEN. Adm. pens, at Tri.nity, May 25 , 
1861. [2nd surviving] s. of Robert Hassall, of Wyke House, 
Weymouth, Dorset. B. there, Mar. 19, 1841. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. i86i; B.A. 1865; M.A. 1868. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Nov. 3, 1865. Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 
1868. Resided at Tufnell Park, North London. Died Mar. i, 
1919. Brother of the above. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Foster, Men 
at the Bar; Law Lists.) 

SWAIN, ALFRED. Adm. pens, (age 27) at Pembroke, June I2, 
1S44. Eldest [surviving] s. of Thomas, sea-captain [Com- 
mander, R.N.], of Devonport (and Sarah Hutchings, dau. of 
Samuel Scriven]. B. there [Apr. 4, 1817]. Matric. Michs. 
1844; B.A. 1848; M.A. 1851. Secretary to the Rural Dean of 
Tasmania, 1837; Secretary to the Bishop of Tasmania, 1841; 
and Eccles. Secretary of Van Dieman's Land, 1837-44. Ord. 
deacon (Salisbury) 1848; priest, 1849. C. of St Andrew's 
Chapel, Plymouth, 1849-50. P.C. of (the new parish of) 
St Mary's, Devonport, 1855-64. Married, June 21, 1848, 
Anna Caroline Eliza, dau. of Dr Daniel Little, of Devonport. 
Author, Sermon on the Funeral of tlie late Duke of Wellington. 
Died, s.p., June 9, 1864. (Crockford; Clergy List; Boase, 
Collect. Cornub., 939.) 

SWAIN, EDMUND GILL. Adm. pens, at Emma.muel, Apr. 20, 
1880. S. of Charles, Esq., of St Petersgate, Stockport. [B. 
1 86 1. School, Manchester Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 1880; 
Scholar; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1887. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 
1885; priest, 1886; C. of Camberwell, 1885-92. Chaplain of 
King's, 1892-1905. Junior Proctor, 1895-6. Assistant 
Registrary, 1903-5. C. of Great St Mary's, Cambridge, 1S96- 
1905. V. of Stanground, Hunts., 1905-16. K. of Great 
Greenford, Middlesex, 1916-23. Sacrist and Minor Canon of 
Peterborough, 1923-31; Precentor, 1930-1; Librarian, 1923; 
Hon. Canon, 1926-38. Died in the Precincts, Peterborough, 
Jan. 29, 1938. (Crockford; Who was Who; The Times, Feb. i, 
1938; King's Coll. Reg.) 

SWAIN, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Clare, Oct. 6, i795- B. at 
Mottram-in-Longendale, Cheshire. Matric. Easter, i797; 
B.A. 1800. Ord. priest (London, for Chester) Dec. 21, 1800.' 
R. of Taxal, Derbs., 1800-41, and V. of Elvaston, 1806-41. 
Chaplain to the Earl of Harrington. When returning on foot 
from Derby, Oct. 27, 1841, 'fell down and suddenly expired.' 
(G. Mag., 1842, I. III.) 

SWAINE, CHARLES EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Mar. 16, 1863. S. of Robert Victor [sometime Consul-General 
for Belgium at Hamburg]. B. at Hamburg [Sept. 20], 1844. 
School, Louth, Lines. Matric. Michs. 1863; B.A. 1867; M.A. 
' 1874. Comet, ist Dragoon Guards, 1868; transferred to 
17th Lancers; Lieut., 1870. Served in the Zulu War, 1879- 
Transferred to the nth Hussars, 1880; Capt.; A.D.C. to the 
G.O.C. Cavalry in the Transvaal, 1881; in a similar capacity 
in the Egyptian Expedition, 1882; mentioned in despatches. 
Brevet Major, 1882. With the Nile Expedition, 1884-5. 
A.D.C. and Military Secretary to the Viceroy of Ireland, 
1886-8. Lieut.-Col. 1891; commanded the nth Hussars, 
1893-6; Brevet-Colonel, 1895. C.B., 1897. A.A.G., Cavaky 
Headquarters, 1900-1; retired, 1901. Died May 2, 1928. 
(Scott, MSS.; Army Lists; Who was Who; 2 lie Itmes, 
May 4, 1928.) 

SWAINE, JOHN ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 8, 
1871. S. of [Dr] William Edward, of St Leonard's Place, 
York. B.Oct. 18, 1852, at Scarborough. School, Uppingham. 
Matric. Michs. 1871. 

SWAINE (or SWAIN), JOSEPH. Adm. sizar at Trinity Hall, 
June 22, 1779; a 'Ten-year man.' Of Leeds. Matric. Michs. 
1790; B.D. (Stat. Eliz.) 1790. P.C. of Beeston, Yorks., 1804- 
31. Died Nov. 18, 1831, aged 77. (Clerical Guide; G. Mag., 
1831, n. 649.) 

SWAINE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Magdalene, Apr. 
2, 1762. S. of the Rev. Thomas (1727), of Bramham, Yorks. 
School, Leeds. Matric. Michs. 1762. 

SWAINE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, Feb. 12. 
1816. S. of Thomas, attorney, of Islington, Middlesex. B. 
in London. School, private. Matric. Michs. 1816; Scholar. 
Died Apr. 3, i8i7- (Venn, 11. 166.) 



SwAiNSON, Edwin Arthur Cleveland 

SWAINES (or SWAINE), JOHN. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
July 2, 1772. Of Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1773; Scholar and 
Librarian, 1776-7; B.A. 1777; M.A. 1780. V. of Elm-cum- 
Emneth, Cambs., 1780-4. R. of Stretham, 1784-1802. R. of 
Little Shelford, 1795-1802. Married, Mary, dau. of John 
Ingle, of Shelford, and had issue. Died Jan. 1802, at Stretham. 
(T. A. Walker, 336; G. Mag., 1802, i. 592.) 
SWAINSON, ALBERT JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
Sept. I, 1861. S. of the Rev. John (Brasenose College, 
Oxford, 1825) [R. of Kpperstone, Notts.], deceased (and 
Mary, dau. of W. W. Stables, of Crosslands Hall, Yorks.). 
B [Apr. 5, 1843], at Ecton, Northants. School, Lancaster 
(Mr T. F. Lee). Matric. Michs. 1861; B.A. 1865; M.A. 1868. 
Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1867; priest, 1868; C. of St John's, 
Hudders&eld, 1867-8. C. of Spring Grove, Isleworth, 
Middlesex, 1868-71. C. of Freemantle, Hants., 1871-9. 
V. of Forest Row, 1879-1917. I'reb. of Chichester, 1909-17. 
Married, July 3, 1867, Sarah, dau. of J. W. P. Wilson, of 
West Lindett, Silverdale, Lanes. Died Apr. 9, 1917. Father 
of Frederick E. (1891). (Crockford; Burke, L.G.; 2 he Times 
Apr. n, 1917-) 
SWAINSON, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 18, 1873- 
[5th] s. of John, of Southport, Lanes, (and Eliza, dau. of 
Edward Gibbon, of Liverpool). B. Aug. 19, 1853, in Liverpool. 
School, Liverpool Collegiate Institution. .Matric. .Michs. 1873; 
B.A. 1877; M.A. 1880. Ord. deacon (Truro) 1877; priest; 
1878; C. of Callington, ComwaU, 1877. C. of St Buryan, 
1877-81. C. of Fakenham, Norfolk, i88i-2. C. of AUesley, 
Warws., 1882-4. V. of Priors Hardwick, 1884-94. Chaplain 
at Berne, 1894-7. Assistant Chaplain at Leamington Hospital, 
1898-1900. V. of Chesterton, Cambs., 1900-3. R. of Taynton, 
Gloucs., 1903-6. Married, July 28, 1881, Alice Martha 
Cecilia, dau. of Col. A. J. Kelso, 3rd Madras Cavaky. Died 
Feb. I, 1906. Brother of Edward G. (1863) and John H. 
(1859); half-brother of Harold(i887). (Crockford; Clergy List; 
Burke, L.G.; The Guardian, Aug. 3, 1881.) 
SWAINSON, CHARLES ANTHONY. Adm. at Trinity, Feb. 6, 
1837. [2nd] s. of Anthony, merchant, of Liverpool (and 
Mary, dau. of Thomas Clay). B. there [May 29], 1820; 
School, Royal Institution, Liverpool. Matric. Michs. 1837. 
Scholar, 1840; B.A. (6th Wrangler) 1841; M.A. 1844; D.D. 
1864. FeUow of Christ's, 1841-52; tutor; Master, 1881-7. 
Vice-chancellor, 1885-6. Hulsean Lecturer, 1857-8; Lady 
Margaret Preacher, 1865 ; Ramsden Preacher, 1866. Norrisian 
Professor of Divinity, 1864-79; Lady Margaret's Professor 
of Divinity, 1879-87. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1843; priest, 1844. 
Cambridge Preacher at the Chapel Royal, WhitehaU, 1849. 
Whitehall Preacher, 1849-51. C. of St George's, Hanover 
Square, 1851-2. C. of Mortlake, Surrey, 1853-4. Prmcipal of 
the Theological College, Chichester, 1854-70. Preb. of 
Chichester, 1856-81. V. of St Bartholomew's with St Martin's, 
Chichester, 1861-4. Canon- Residentiary of Chichester, 1863- 
82. Warden of St Mary's Hospital, Chichester. Married, 
1852, Elizabeth, dau. of Charles Inman, of Liverpool. Author, 
The 'Greek Liturgies Chiefly from the Original Sources, etc. 
Died s.p., Sept. 15, 1887; buried at Granchester, Cambs. 
(Peile II. '461; Clergy List; Burke, L.G.; Historical Register, 
74; D.N.B.) 
SWAINSON, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 29, 
1793. [Eldest] s. of [John, cahco] -merchant, of Preston, 
Lanes, (and Susannah, dau. of Charles Inman, of Lancaster 
and Jamaica). [B. July 12, 1775-] School, Manchester. 
Matric. Michs. 1793; Scholar, 1793- Adm. at Worcester 
College, Oxford, whence he matric. Dec. 3, i795. age 20; 
B.A. (Oxford) i797; M-A. (Oxford) i799- Incorp. M.A. from 
Oxford, 1808. Sometime tutor to the sons of the 2nd Lord 
Clive whom he accompanied to Eton, 1798- Ord. deacon 
(Bristol), June i, 1800; priest, Apr. 25, 1801. V. of Hawkes- 
bury Gloucs., 1802-13. V. of Clun, Salop, 1805-54. Preb. of 
Hereford, 1808-54. K. of Wistanstow, Salop, 1816-54. 
Chaplain to the Bishop of Worcester, 1816. Married, Aug. 3, 
1809, Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Low, M.D., of Preston, and 
had issue. Died Dec. 19, 1854, at Wistanstow. (Matichester 
Sch. Reg., 11. 170; Si John's Coll. Ad>ns., iv. 501; Al. Oxon.; 
Foster, Index Eccles.; Clergy List; The Extraordinary Black 
Book, 1830, 530; Burke, L.G.; G. Mag., 1855, i.) 
SWAINSON, EDWARD GIBBON, .-^dm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb 8 1863. [3rd] s. of John, of Ehuswood, Aigburth, 
Liverpool (and Eliza, dau. of Edward Gibbon, of Liverpool). 
B Oct 4 1844, at Aigburth. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs 1863- B A. 1867. Joined the Roman Catholic Church, 
becoming a' member of the Dominican Order, at Ditton, 
near Liverpool. Died Apr. S- 1894. Brother o£ J«^hn H. 
(1859) and Allred (1873); half-brother of Harold (1887). 
(Harrow Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G.) 
SWAINSON, EDWIN ARTHUR CLEVELAND (1886), see SMITH, 
E. A. C. 



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SwAiNSON, Frederick Ernest 

SWAINSON, FREDERICK ERNEST. Adm. pens, (age i8) at 
Jesus, 1891. [3rd] s. of the Kev. A[lbert] J[ohn] (1861). 
B. [June 24, 1873], at Freemantle, Hants. School, Hailey- 
bury. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1895. Second Lieut., the 
Middlesex Regt., 1896; Lieut., 1900; Capt., 1902; Major, 
1915. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Temp. Lieut - 
Col. ; wounded ; mentioned in Sec. of State's List for ' valuable 
services'). Lieut.-Col., commanding the 2nd Battn., 1920; 
retired, 1925. Married, Oct. 17, 1900, Mary Sheldon, youngest 
dau. of Capt. K. G. BeadneU, the Middlesex Regt. (HaiUy- 
bury Reg.; Burke, L.G.; Army Lists.) 

SWAINSON, GEORGE SWINBURNE. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 3, 1867. Of Lanes. Matric. Michs. 1867. 

SWAINSON, HAROLD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 30, 1887. 
S. of John, of [Birkdale, Lanes., and] Market Lavmgton, 
Wilts, (and Agnes, dau. of — Atkinson, of Ku-kby Lonsdale). 
B. Apr. 29, 1868, in Liverpool. School, Haileybury. Matric. 
Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890. An architect. Died Dec. 31, 1894, 
at Luxor, Egypt. Half-brother of John H. (1859), Edward G. 
(1863) and Alfred (1873). (Haileybury Reg.; Burke, L.G.) 

SWAINSON, JOHN ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 5, 
1886. S. of George, F.L.S. B. [Sept. 2, 1868], at Harrogate. 
Schools, Bolton Church Institute and Bolton Grammar. 
Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889. At University College, 
Liverpool. L.R.C.P.; L.R.C.P. and S., Edin.; L.F.P. and S., 
Glasgow; L.M. 1893. House Surgeon, Hulme dispensary, 
Manchester. Practised at Blackpool and at Bolton. Married, 
1900, Lydia, eldest dau. of Moses Duxbury, Mayor of Darwen. 
Of 35, Stony Hill Avenue, South Shore, Blackpool, in 1948. 
(Peile, II. 728; Medical Directories.) 

SWAINSON, JOHN HOUGHTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 6, 1859. [Eldest] s. of John, of Elmswood, Aigburth, 
Liverpool (and Eliza, dau. of Edward Gibbon, of Liverpool). 
B. Apr. 10, 1841, at Aigburth. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. i860; Scholar, 1863; B.A. (bth Classic) 1864; M.A. 
1867. Fellow, 1866. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 2, 1865. 
Called to the Bar, Nov. 16, 1868. Equity Draftsman and 
Conveyancer, Duchy Court of Lancaster. Died Feb. 8, 1892. 
Brother of Edward G. (1863) and Alfred (1873); half-brother 
of Harold (1887). (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; Foster, Men 
at the Bar; Burke, L.G.; The Guardian, Feb. 17, 1892.) 

SWAINSON, JOSEPH LEONARD. Adm. at King's, Oct. 2, 1896. 
[Eldest] s. of Joseph, of Stonecross, Kendal. [B. Mar. 22, 
1877.] School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899. 
Second Lieut., the Lanes. Fusiliers, 1899; Lieut., 1900; 
Capt., 1904. Served in the South African War, 1899-1902. 
Transferred to Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, 1908; 
Major, 1913. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut.-Col., 
Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry and King's Own (R. 
Lancaster Regt.); wounded; D.S.O., 1916; mentioned twice 
in despatches); died Aug. 9, 1916, of wounds received in 
action. (King's Coll Reg.; Army Lists; The V.C. and D.S.O.; 
The Times, Aug. 17, 1916.) 

SWAINSON, WILLIAM GOAD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1897. Of Lanes. [Eldest] s. of William, solicitor [of 
Marshrange] (and Harriet Machon, dau. of the Rev. J. G. 
Richard, of Guernsey and HuU). B. Dec. 23, 1877, at 
Lancaster. Schools, Friends', Lancaster, and Lancaster 
Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900; M.A. 1904. Ord. 
deacon (Bath and Wells) 1902; priest, 1904; C. of Christ 
Church, St Albans, Herts., 1902-5. C. of St Bede's, Toxteth 
Park, Liverpool, 1905-8. C. of St Luke's, Liverpool, 1908-11. 
V. of Rainhill, Lanes., 1911-29. V. of Hornby (with Claughton 
R. from 1931), 1929-46. Married, 1908, Dora Isabella Thom- 
son, dau. of George Gilchrist, of Southport. Of Sunderland 
Hall, Lancaster, in 1952. (Crockford; Fox-Davies, Armorial 
Families.) 

SWAINSTON, AUSTIN. Adm. (age 18) at Trinity Hall, 1884. 
S. of R. W., of Dover. [B. Aug. 9, 1866.] School, Highgate 
[and Dover College]. Matric. Michs. 1884. Brother of the 
next. (Dover Coll. Reg.) 

SWAINSTON, WILLIAM JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity 
Hall, 1878. S. of R., Esq., of the Lord Warden Hotel, 
Dover. Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882. Died Sept. 4, 1895, 
at Westminster, aged 34. Brother of the above. (Univ. 
Almanack.) 

SWALE, CHARLES ALURED LAMBERT. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity Hall, June 25, 1888. S. of [Capt. John Lambert] 
and gr. s. of the Rev. H[ogarth] J[ohii] (Queen's College, 
Oxford, 1828), of Ingheld HaU, Settle, Yorks. B. Oct. 11, 
1870. School, Clifton College. Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 
1891; M.A. 1896. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 18, 
1895. Of Ingfield HaU. J. P. for the West Riding of Yorks. 
Died Nov. 1913. (Clifton Coll. Reg.; Kelly, Handbook.) 



SWALLOW. William Henry 

SWALE, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, June 5, 1760. 
S. of J[ohn], attomey-at-law, of London (and Jane, dau. of 
William Melmoth, of Lincohi's Inn). Bapt. Aug. 15, i744 >n 
St Andrew's, Holbom. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 
1760; Scholar; B.A. 1764; M.A. 1767. Adm. at Lincohi's Inn, 
Jan. 21, 1766. Called to the Bar, Apr. 12, 1769. Of Milden- 
hall, Suffolk. Married Elizabeth, dau. of Hliakim Pahuer, of 
London. Died Mar. 8, 1821, aged 78. M.I. at MUdenhall. 
(St John's Coll. Adm., iii. 667; Al. Carthus.; Inns of Court 
Book.) 

SWALE, ROBERT [WORTLEY]. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Jan. 28, 1802. Of Yorks. Matric. Easter, 1803. 

SWALLOW, FRANCIS MACDONALD. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 
1876. S. of the Rev. Francis Richard, V. of Blaekrod, 
Chorley, Lanes. B. Oct. 20, 1856, at Foxdale, Isle of Man. 
School, Old Hall, WeUington, Salop. Matric. Michs. 1876. 
At Charing Cross Hospital. L.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P., Edin., 
1882; L.S.A., 1882. Practised at Sheffield. Medical Officer 
of Health for the Penistone District of Sheffield. Of Huth- 
waite House, Thurgoland, Sheffield. Latterly of Bourne End, 
Bucks., and of Maidenhead, in 1930 (retired). (Venn, 11. 420; 
disappears from Medical Directories, 1940.) 

SWALLOW, GEORGE WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 19, 1879. S. of George Rushworth, grocer (and Mary). 
B. at Leeds. Bapt. Mar. 2, 1856. Matric. Michs. i879- 
Migrated to Ayerst H.; B.A. 1888. 

SWALLOW, HENRY JAMES. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1876. 
Ord. deacon (Lincohi) 1877; priest, 1878; C. of Leake, Lines., 
1877-9. C. of Biscathorpe, 1879-81. C. of Brancepeth. 
Durham, 1881-5. Chaplain to Viscount Boyne, 1881-1916. 
R. of Hawthorn, Durham, 1885-1916. F.S.A., Edinburgh. 
Author, De Nova Villa, or The House of Nevill in Sunshine 
and Shade; The Catharines of History. Latterly of 19, Hanover 
Square, London, W. Died Dec. 29, 1922, aged 72, at Bourne- 
mouth. (Crockford; The Times, Jan. 3, 1923.) 

SWALLOW, ISAAC HARRISON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 17, 1890. S. of James Dodd [M.D.J, of Clifton Lodge, 
Clarence Road, Clapham Park, London. B. Oct. 13, 1871, 
at Clapham. School, Dulwieh College. Matric. Michs. 1890; 
B.A. 1893. Adm. Solicitor, 1897; practised in London 
(Messrs Carter and Swallow, 61, Carey Street). Disappears 
from Law List, 1949. (Dulwieh Coll. Reg.) 

SWALLOW, JAMES EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1868. S. of George, Esq. B. at Sowerby Bridge, Yorks. 
School, Heath Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1868; Scholar; 
B.A. 1872; M.A. 1875. Ord. deacon (London) 1873; pnest 
(Oxford) 1874; C. of St Mary Magdalene, Paddington, 1873-4. 
Chaplain and Lecturer at Cuddesdon CoUege, 1874-6. 
Chaplain of Clewer House of Mercy, 1876-92; of Horbury 
House of Mercy, Yorks., 1892-1928. Lie. to ofi., dio. of York, 
1929. Chaplain to the Bishop of Wakefield, 1933. Died 
Sept. 29, 1935, at Tunbridge Wells; buried at Horbury. 
(Crockford; The Times, Oct. 2, 1935.) 

SWALLOW, RICHARD DAWSON. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 3, 1866. Of Yorks. [Youngest s. of John, of 
Skircoat. B. Dec. 18, 1847. School, Heath, Halifax.] Matric. 
Michs. 1866; Scholar, 1867; B.A. 1871; M.A. 1875- Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) 1872; priest (Rochester) 1876. Assistant 
Master at Wellington College prep. School, 1870-2; at 
Nottingham High School, 1872-6. Headmaster of Chigwell 
School, Essex, 1876-1912. R. of St Mary Abehurch with 
St Lawrence Pountney, London, 1912-30. Hon. Canon of 
St Albans, 1905-14. Hon. Canon of Chelmsford, 1914-30. 
Author, Sermons. Died May 6, 1930, at Golders Green. 
(Crockford; Schoolmasters' Directories; Who was Who; The 
Times, Max 8, 1930.) 

SWALLOW, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Jan. 31, 
1834. Of Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1834. 

SWALLOW, WILLIAM. Matric. Non-Coil., Michs. 1872. Adm. 
pens, at Sidney, Oct. 10, 1872. 2nd s. of William, publisher, 
of Grantham, Lines. B. Oct. 29, 1848, at Ashby-de-la-Zouch, 
Leics. Schools [Kingswood], Bath and [BlundeU's], Tiverton. 
B.A. 1876; M.A. 1879. Ord. deacon (Durham) 1880; priest, 
1881. Assistant Master at the Cathedral School, Durham, 
1876-84. C. of Whitburn, Co. Durham, 1884-5. Head Master 
of St Kenehn's School, Durham, 1885-94. R. of Weston 
Favell, Northants., 1895-1910. Died Nov. 1910. (Kingswood 
Sch. Reg.; Scott MSS.; Crockfor^; Northants. Clergy, xiii. 
127; The Guardian, Dee. 2, 1910, 's. of William, Missionary 
on the Gambia'; BlundeU's Sch. Reg., which gives 's. of 
William, Wesleyan Minister.') 

SWALLOW, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Clare, Mar. 29, 
1853. Matric. Michs. 1853; B.A. 1857; M.A. 1862. 



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SWALWELL, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Oct. 20, 
1865. S. of John. B. [Oct. 14, 1829], at AUerston, near 
Pickering, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1865; Scholar, 1866; B.A. 
1869. Head Master of Scarborough Granunar School in 1865. 
Ord. deacon (York) 1868; priest, 1869; C. of Ebberston with 
AUerston, Yorks., 1868-71. C. of Thorganby, 1871-6. C. of 
Yeldingham, 1876-9. V. of Sinnington, 1879-99. Sometime 
Head Master of Pickering Grammar School. Died in 1899. 
Father of the next three. (Crockford.) 

SWALWELL, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Sx Catharine's, Aug. 18, 
1884. S. of the Rev. John (above). B. at Scarborough. 
Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1888. Ord. deacon (York), 1890; 
priest (Beverley) 1891; C. of North Otterington, 1890-2. 
C. of Emmanuel Church, Sheffield, 1893. C. of Danby, 
Yorks., 1894-6. C. of St Luke's, Nottingham, 1896-1901. 
C. of St Jude's, Sheffield, 1901-5. C. of St Stephen's, 
Sheffield, 1905-6. R. of Snitterby, Lines., 1906-9. R. of 
Swift Current, Sask., Canada, 1912-17. R. of Estevan, Sask., 
1917-19. Disappears from Crockford, 1921. Brother of the 
next two. 

SWALWELL, MARMADUKE FREDERICK THOMAS. Adm. 
pens, at St Catharine's, Oct. i, 1891. [3rd s. of the Rev. 
John (1865).] B. at Thorganby, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1891; 
B.A. 1896. Ord. deacon (York) 1898; priest, 1901; C. of 
Airmyn, Yorks., 1898-1901. C. of Purston with South 
Featherston, 1901-4. C. of Burton .\gnes with Harpham, 
1904-6. R. of Linwood, Lines., 1906-32. R. of Normanby, 
near Sinnington, Yorks., 1932-50-. Brother of the above and 
the next. [Crockford.) 

SWALWELL, SIDNEY RUPERT. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Oct. 2, 1888. S. of the Rev. John (1865). B. at Scarborough. 
Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891; M.A. 1899. Ord. deacon 
(York) 1893; priest, 1895; C. of Coxwold with Yearsley, 
Yorks., 1893-8. C. of Purston, 1898-1900. C. of Carleton, 
1900-1. V. of WiUoughton, Lines., 1906-14. Died Apr. 7, 
1914, aged 46, at Harrogate. Brother of the two above. 
(Crockford; The Guardian, Apr. 17, 1914-) 

SWAN, BENJAMIN BOUSFIELD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 10, 1845. [nth] s. of Graves Chamney, Esq., barrister, 
of Dublin (and Martha). B. there, Dec. 2, 1826. Matric. 
Michs. 1845; B.A. 1849. Adm. at the Inner Temple, June 6, 
1848. Called to the Bar, June 9, 1854. Equity Draftsman 
and Conveyancer. Married, June 24, 1858, Laura, youngest 
dau. of William Lycett, Esq., of London. Died Feb. 7, 1905. 
at his residence, Bolton House, Teddington. (Eagle, xxvii, 
275; Law Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar; The limes, Feb. 9, 
1905.) 

SWAN, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Feb. 10, 
1817. Of Morton, near Gainsborough. Matric. Easter, 1817. 
Probably the man of these names who was Chaplain to 
H.M.S. Cambrian, and Acting-Chaplain at Smyrna, 1827. 
(D. H. Simpson.) 

SWAN, CHARLES TROLLOPE. Adm. pens, at Christ's, July 2, 
1845. S. of the Rev. Francis (Exeter College, Oxford, 1803), 
R. of Sausthorpe, Lines, (and Susan, dau. of John Linton, 
deceased, of Stirtloe, Hunts.) [B. July 15, 1826.] Schools, 
Stamford and SouthweU. Matric. Michs. 1845; (Civil Law 
Classes, ist Class, 1846-7); LL.B. 1852. Ord. deacon and 
priest (Lincohi) 1850. V. of Dunholme, Lines., 1850-7. R. of 
Brettenham, Suffolk, 1857-9- R- ot Welton-le-Wold, Lines., 
1859-78. R. of Sausthorpe (succeeding his father) 1878-80. 
J.P. for Lines. Married, 1853, Grace, dau. of the Rev. Samuel 
Martin, V. of Coleby, Lines. Resided latterly at Sausthorpe 
Hall, where he died Sept. 23, 1904. Brother of Francis H. 
(1844). (Peile, II. 493; Crockford; The Times, Sept. 26, 1904; 
Lincoln Dio. Mag., xx. 160.) 

SWAN [EDGAR] AUGUSTINE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pem- 
broke, Apr. 20, 1864. Only s. of Edgar, Esq., of London. B. 
in the Isle of. Man. Matric. Michs. 1865; B.A. 1870. Adm. a 
Solicitor, 1873. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 30, 1885. 
CaUed to the Bar, May 19, 1886. Adjudicated a bankrupt, 
1912; obtained a discharge, 1913. Died Mar. 28, 1932, in 
Hampstead. (Scott, MSS.; The Times, Jan. 15, 1913, and 
Mar. 29, 1932-) 

SWAN, FRANCIS HENRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Dec. 30, 
1844; from University College, Oxford, whence he had matnc. 
(age 18), Nov. 24, 1843. Re-adm. May 31, 1848 and July 3, 
1858. [Elder] s. of the Rev. Francis (Exeter CoUege, Oxford, 
1803 , R. of Sausthorpe (and Susan, dau. of John Linton, of 
Stirtloe, Hunts.). B. 1825. [School, Louth Grammar.] 
Matric. Lent, 1845; LL.B. 1858. Ord. deacon (Lmcoln) 1845; 
priest, 1845. R. of Aswardby, Lines., 1851-81. Married, 
Emily Anne, dau. of John Clarke, of Belford Hall, North- 
umberland. Disappears from Crockford, 1892. Brother of 
Charles T. (1845). (Peile, 11. 49°-) 



Swan, William James Wickstead 

SWAN, HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 9, 1841. S. of 
Thomas, butcher, of Morpeth, Northumberland (and Eliza- 
beth). Bapt. Nov. 6, 1821. Matric. Michs. 1841; B.A. 1845. 
Ord. priest (Norwich) 1845. C. of Bredon, Worcs., in 1849 
(Henry Swann (sic) B.A.); and a Missionary at Newcastle, 
N.S.W., Australia, 1850-1. (Clergy List; S.P.G. Records.) 

SWAN, JAMES GRAHAM GOODENOUGH. Adm. pens, at 
Selwvn H. Oct. I, 1894. B. Oct. 20, 1875. Matric. Michs. 
1894. M.B. and B.Chir., Dublin, 1899. Lieut., I.M.S., 1901; 
Capt., 1904; Major, 1912. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Acting Lieut. -Col.; C.I.E., 1918). Lieut. -Col., 1920; retired, 
1930. (Army Lists; Who's Who, 1952; Medical Directories.) 

SWAN, NATHANIEL CLAYTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 7, 1892. [2nd] s. of Robert (1851), of The Quarry, 
Lincoln. B. Sept. 16, 1872, at Lincoln. School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895. Of Atherstone House, 
Lincoln. Died June 12, 1939, at Disney Place, Lincohi. 
Brother of Robert C. (1883). (Rugby Sch. Reg.; The Times, 
June 15, 1939.) 

SWAN, PERCIVAL. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Aug. 21, 
1801. S. of Joseph, of Dublin. School, Oswestry, Shropshire. 
Matric. Michs. 1804; B.A. 1807. Of Baldwinstown Castle, 
Co. Wexford. Married, 1807, Penelope, dau. of Richard 
Waddy, of Kilmago, Co. Wexford. Died Mar. 24, 1834. 
(Walford, County Families; Burke, L.G.) 

SWAN, PERCIVAL. Adm. at King's, Oct. 9, 1899. [4th] s. of 
Joseph Wilson [F.R.S.], of Low Fell, Durham [and Lauriston, 
Bromley, Kent.] [B. Sept. 16, 1878.] School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902. An Engineer. M.I.M.E.; 
A.M.I.C.E. Sometime with the Pencoyd iron works, and 
American Bridge Co., Philadelphia, U.S.A., and with Messrs 
Rendel, Palmer and Tritton, of London, 1904-6. In the 
Egyptian Ministry of PubUc Works, 1906-23; Director- 
General of the Mechanical Department in Cairo, 1919-22. 
Order of the NUe, 3rd Class. Resided latterly at The White 
House, Rye, Sussex, and in Holland Park, London. (Rugby 
Sch. Reg.; King's Coll. Reg.) 

SWAN, RICHARD CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, June i, 
1836. Of Kent. Matric. Michs. 1836; B.A. 1840; M.A. 1859. 
Ord. deacon (Chester), July 24, 1842; priest, July 16, 1843; 
C. of Holy Trinity, Ulverston, Lanes., 1842-4. C. of Hoth- 
field, Kent, 1844-9; R- there, 1849-94. Married Elizabeth 
Denne. Died Jan. 29, 1894, aged 76. (Eagle, xvni. 511; 
Crockford.) 

SWAN, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Dec. 22, 
1851. S. of Robert [of Minster Yard, Lincoln]. B. Dec. 4, 
1834, at Lincoln. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1852; B.A. 
1857; M.A. 1861. A solicitor, 1859; practised in Lincoln. Of 
The Quarry, Lincoln. Captain, K. North Lincolnshire 
Militia. Died Mar. 9, 1899. Father of Nathaniel C. (1S92) and 
Robert C. (1883). J.P. for Lincohi. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Fos- 
Davies, Armorial Families.) 

SWAN, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 25) at Trinity Hall, 
Jan. 20, 1862. S. of Mrs Swan, of 10, Sandyford Place, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne [and only s. of George, of Bebside, 
Northumberland]. Matric. Lent, 1S62; Scholar, 1863; (Law 
Trip., ist Class, 1864); Chancellor's Legal medal, 1865; 
LL.B. 1865; LL.M. 1873. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Apr. 
15, 1862. Called to the Bar, Jan. 26, 1866. Resided at 
Hampstead, where he died Feb. 25, 1901, aged 64. (Law 
Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, Feb. 26, 1901.) 

SWAN, ROBERT CLAYTON. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1883. 
[Eldest] s. of R[obert], Esq. (1851), of Lincohi (and Lucy, 
eldest dau. of N. Clayton, of Lincoln). [B. 1864.] School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1883. Captain, Militia Battn, the 
Lincolnshire Regt., 1882-91. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Lieut. -Col., 2nd/ ist Battn., The Lincolnshire 
Yeomamry). Of Rockliffe Park, Croft, Darlington and 
Welbouru Manor, Lines. J.P. for Northumberland, Durham 
and Lincoln. Master successively of the Sinnington, Morpeth 
and Blankney Hounds. Married (i) 1892, Mildred, 2nd dau. 
of Sir George W. Elliot, 2nd Bart.; (2) Violet, eldest dau. of 
C. Perkins, of Carham-on-Tweed. Died Nov. 23, 1929, at 
Barrowby Grange, Lines. Brother of Nathaniel C. (1892). 
(Eton Sch. Lists; Scott, MSS.; Fox-Davies, Armorial 
families; Who was Who; The Times, Nov. 25, 1929.) 

SWAN, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Trinity, June 30, 
1763. S. of Francis, of Collingham, Notts. School, Lincoln. 
Matric. Michs. 1763; Scholar, 1765. 

SWAN, WILLIAM JAMES WICKSTEAD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 21, 1810. [S. of Richard, of Chorlton Hall, Cheshire.] 
Matric. 1810; B.A. 1814, as James Wickstead S. Died, s.p., 
May 3, 1867. (J.P. Rylands.) 



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SWAN. WILLIAM LENDON. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H., Oct. i. 
1898. B. Aug. 26, 1879. School, Felsted. Matric. Michs. 
1898. Served in the South African War, 1898-1901, with the 
Imperial Yeomanry. Died June 4, 1937, at La Solitude, 
Beaumont, Jersey. {Al. Felsted.; The Times, June 19, i937.) 

SWANN, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, May 6, 1891. 
S. of John. B. at Newmarket, Cambs. Matric. Michs. 1891; 
B.A. 1894. 

SWANN, ARTHUR HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1892. S. of J. F., solicitor, of Chancery Lane, 
London. B. Aug. 19, 1868, in London. School, Dover 
College. [Had been adm. solicitor, 1891.] Matric. Michs. 1892 ; 
B.A. 1895; M.A. 1899. Ord. deacon (London) 1895; priest, 
1896; C. of Whitechapel, 1895-6. C. of St Mark's, Dalston, 
1896-1900. LD.H.M., Christ Church, Fulham, 1900-3; V. 
there, 1903-30. Married, Sept. 9, 1S97, Agnes Jane, only dau. 
of the Rev. Thomas Graham, V. of Southborough, Kent. 
Died Dec. 4, 1930, at Hook Heath, Woking. (Scott, MSS.; 
Crockford; The Times, Dec. 5, 1930.) 

SWANN, CHARLES. Adm. sizar at St John's, May 17, i79i- 
[6th] s. of John, merchant, of Wansford, Northants. [B. 
there, Nov. 15, 1772.] School, Oakham. Matric. Lent, 1792; 
Scholar, 1794; B.A. 1795; M.A. 1799. Ord. deacon (Lincoln, 
Liu. dim. from Peterb.) May 22, 1796; priest (Peterb.) 
July 9, 1799; C. of Edith-Weston, Rutland, 1796-1804. R. 
of Ridlington, 1804-46. R. of St Michael's, Stamford, 1808- 
II. V. of Great Marlow, Bucks., 181 1. R. of Edmondthorpe, 
Rutland, 18 11-46. Chaplain to the Prince Regent, 1798. 
Chaplain to Richard, Earl Cavan, 1808. J. P. for the Counties 
of Rutland, Northants. and Leics., and Chairman of Quarter 
Sessions. Married, May 2, 1805, at Hemel Hempsted, Herts., 
Sarah, 2nd dau. of the Rev. Robert Willan, Fellow of Trinity 
and V. of Cardington, Beds. Died May 2, 1846; buried at 
Ridlington, May 10, 1846. WiU dated Feb. 24, 1837; proved 
(P.C.C.) June 26, 1846. M.I. at Ridlington. Brother of 
James (i7Si); father of Edward (1823) and the next. 
(St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 502; Northants. Clergy, xiu. 127; 

A. Tudor-Craig.) 

SWANN, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Jan. 31, 
1827. Of Rutland. [2nd s. of the Rev. Charles (above), R. 
of Ridlington (and Sarah, dau. of the Rev. Robert Willan). 

B. there, Oct. 28, 1808.] Matric. Michs. 1827; B.A. 1831; 
M.A. 1834. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1832; priest, 1832. R. of 
Stoke Dry, Rutland, 1840-54. V. of Horninghold, Leics., 
1851-4. J. P. for Rutland. Married, July 3, 1838, Elizabeth 
Ann, dau. of John Goldsmith, of Ampthill, Beds. Died 
Aug. 21, 1854; buried at Stoke Dry. Brother of Edward 
(1823). (Northants. Clergy, xin. 127; Foster, Index Eccles.; 
Clergy List; A. Tudor-Craig.) 

SWANN, CHARLES JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 21) at St John's, 
Jan. 27, 1819. B. at Wolvercote, Oxfordshire. Did not 
reside. Doubtless a barrister, of Lincoln's Inn. Married 
Amelia, dau. of the Rev. Allen Fielding, of St Stephen's, 
Canterbury. Died Sept. 15, 1833, at Eynsham, Oxen. 
(G. Mag., 1833. II. 382.) 

SWANN, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, Oct. 15, 
1823. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Charles (1791), R- of Ridlington, 
Rutland (and Sarah, dau. of the Rev. Robert WUlan). [Bapt. 
June 19, 1806], at Ridlington. Matric. Michs. 1824; Scholar, 
1824; B.A. (S2nd Wrangler) 1828; M.A. 1831. Adm. ad 
eundem, at Oxford, 1858. Mathematical Master at Bedford 
Grammar School, 1829-63. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) June 2, 
1833; priest, Dec. 21, 1834; C. of St Paul's, Bedford, 1833-7. 

C. of Kempston, 1839-41. Chaplain of the Infirmary, Bed- 
ford, 1841-51 and of the Asylum, 1849-59. V. of Elm, Cambs., 
1863-83. Married (i) Dec. 27, 1831, Jane, dau. of William 
Margetts, of Huntingdon; (2) June 24, 1852, Sophia Aim, 
eldest dau. of Daniel Taylor, of Clapham Common; (3) Nov. 
II, 1880, EUen, widow of Capt. C. S. Smelt, 21st Fusiliers. 
Died Aug. 30, 1883, aged 77, at Elm vicarage. Brother of 
Charles H. (1827) ; father of Henry A. (1873)- (Crockford; The 
Guardian, Sept. i2, 1883; A. Tudor-Craig.) 

SWANN, ERNEST HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1888. Of Essex. S. of the Rev. J[ohnson] F[oweU] 
(1855), of Tittleshall, Swaffham, Norfolk (and Sarah). B. 
Oct. 23, 1869, at Hempstead, Essex. School, St John's, 
Leatherhead. Matric. Michs. 1888; organ-Scholar, 1889; 
B.A. 1891; M.A. 1895. Assistant Master at Great Yarmouth 
Grammar School, 1891-9. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1897; 
priest, 1898; C. of Gorleston, Suffolk, 1897-9. Succentor of 
Ripon Cathedral, 1 899-1905. Minor Canon of Ripon Cathe- 
dral and V. of Ripon, 1905-17. Warden of St Michael's 
College, Tenbury, Worcs., and V. of St Michael and All 
Angels, 1917-36. Rural Dean of Burford, 1931-6. Head 
Master of St Michael's College, Tenbury, 1934-6- V. of 
Bridstow, Heref., 1936-41. Married (i) 1900, Constance 
Stead; {2) 1928, Helen Margaret Young. Editor, The Ripon 
Psalter; The Hereford Psalter. Latterly of i, Cheltenham 



SwANN, Robert Dixon 

Road, Cirencester, where he died, Nov. 12, 1948. Brother of 
William F. (1884). (Leatherhead Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Who's 
Who; The Times, Nov. 15, 1948.) 

SWANN, FREDERICK EGERTON BRYDGES. Adm. pens, at 
Pembroke, July 9, 1840. Did not reside. Adm. pens, 
(age 19) at Trinity, Oct. 18, 1840. [Eldest] s. of Frederick, of 
Wingham, Cambs., (sic). B. in Geneva. School, Kent (private). 
Matric. Michs. 1840; B.A. 1844; M.A. 1847. Ord. deacon, 1846; 
priest, 1847. C. of Christ Church, Bermondsey, Surrey, 1855. 
C. of St Paul's, Bermondsey, 1856-8. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1865 and from Clergy List, 1867. 

SWANN, FREDERICK HOLLAND (1892), see SCHWANN. 

SWANN, HAROLD (1898), see SCHWANN. 

SWANN, HENRY ALDERSEY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. i, 
1873. [2nd] s. of the Rev. Edward (1823) (and his 2nd wife, 
Sophia Ann). B. [Mar. 27, 1853], at Bedford. Bapt. May 21, 
1853. [School, Uppingham.] Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1877; 
M.A. 1880. Ord. deacon (Ely 1878; priest, 1879; C. of Soham, 
Cambs., 1878-81. V. of Great Ashfield, SuSolk, 1881-93. C. 
of St James's, Bury St Edmunds, 1893-9. V. of Hauxton 
with Newton, Cambs., 1900-15. R. of Wentworth, 1915-24. 
Married Maria AUce Bedford. Lived latterly at 19, Brookside, 
Cambridge, where he died, Dec. 27, 1938; buried at Hauxton. 
(Uppingham Sch. Roll; Crockford; A. Tudor-Craig; The 
Times, Dec. 28, 1938.) 

SWANN, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Sidney, Nov. 2, 1763. 
Eldest s. of Robie, hop-dealer, of Nottingham. B. there, 
Apr. 12, 1746. Schools, Melton Mowbray (Mr R. Hardy) and 
Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1764; B.A. 1768. Ord. deacon 
(London), Dec. 18, 1768. 

SWANN, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, Apr. 22, 
1 78 1. [3rd] s. of John, merchant, of Wansford, Northants. 
[B. May 1, 1765], at Stibbington, Hunts. School, Oakham. 
Matric. Michs. 1781; Scholar, 1781; B.A. 1785; M.A. 1789. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln), Sept. 23, 1787; priest, Sept. 20, 1789; 
C. of Stibbington, and of Wansford, 1787-98. Married, 
Jan. 30, 1786, Hannah, youngest dau. of Richard Wilkinson, 
banker, of Chesterfield. Died, s.p., June 28, 1798, at 
Stibbington. Brother of Charles (1791)- (St John's Coll. 
Adm., IV. 502; A. Tudor-Craig.) 

SWANN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Jesus, July 4, i775- Of Notts. 
Matric. Easter, 1779; B.A. 1780. V. of Carlton-le-Moorland 
(and sequestrator of Stapleford), Lines., 1799-1827. Of 
Brant Broughton, Lines. Married and had issue. Died 1827, 
aged 75. (G. Mag., 1827, i. 282.) 

SWANN, JOHN BRADLEY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magdalene, 
Apr. 12, 1836. [S. of John Wright, Esq., of Exmouth, Devon. 
School, Shrewsbury.] Matric. Michs. 1836. Migrated to 
Trinity Hall, Nov. 9, 1837; B.A. 1841. Captain, 6th West 
Yorks. Regt., 1858. Died May 4, 1890, aged 72, at Chelten- 
ham. (Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; The Guardian, May 21, 1890.) 

SWANN, JOHNSON FOWELL. Adm. pens, at Caius, Oct. i, 
1855. S. of John, of Milton, Cambs. B. Mar. 14, 1834, at 
Cambridge. School, Perse, Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 1855; 
B.A. 1859. Ord. deacon (Rochester) i860; priest, 1861; C. of 
East Donyland, Essex, 1860-3. C. of Hempstead, 1863-71- 
C. of Tittleshall and Wellingham, Norfolk, 1871-90. R. of 
Gunhouse (or Gunness) with Burringham, Lines., 1890-1905. 
Died Jan. 7, 1905, at Gunness rectory. Father of Ernest H. 
(1888) and WiUiam F. (1884). (Venn, 11. 327; Crockford; The 
Times, Jan. 9, 1905.) 

SWANN, LINTON HALL. Adm. at Trinity Hall, Oct. 1893. 
S. of Salmon Linton, Esq., of Longstanton, Cambs. School, 
Bedford Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1893. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Second Lieut., Suffolk Yeomanry). 
(Univ. War List). 

SWANN, PERCIVAL FIENNES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 12, 
1858. S. of the Rev. Robert (next), of Brandsby, Yorks. 
B. there, Mar. 7, 1839. School, Stonham-Aspal, Suffolk 
(private). Matric. Michs. 1859; B.A. 1863; M.A. 1866. Ord. 
deacon (Chichester) 1863; priest, 1864; C. of Rye, Sussex, 
1863-4. C. of Icklesham, 1864-6. C. of Brandsby, Yorks., 
1866-73; R. there (succeeding his father), 1873-1903. 
Married Fanny Cecilia, dau. of Sir Edward Strickland, K.C.B. 
of Sizergh Castle, Westmorland. Died Oct. 14, 1903. (Crock- 
ford; The Times, Oct. 16, 1903.) 

SWANN, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Dec. 23, 
1815. [2nd s.] of Robert [of Askham HaU, Yorks.] (and 
Ursula, dau. of Robert Carr). B. [Aug. 13, 1798] at York. 
School, York. Matric. Michs. 1816; B.A. 1820; M.A. 1824. Ord. 
deacon (York) 1822; priest, 1823. R. of Brandsby, 1823-73 
and R. of North (or Cherry) Burton, Yorks., 1837-73. 
Married, Nov. 20, 1832, Jane Cornelia Anne Percival. Died 
in 1873. Father of the aoove. (Crockford; Burke, L.G.) 

SWANN, ROBERT DIXON. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1887; B.A. 
1890; M.A. 1894. 



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SWANN, SAMUEL ERNEST. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 
1898. S. of S. E., Esq., of Damall, Sheffield. Matric. Michs. 
1898; B.A. igoi; M.A. 1905. Ord. deacon (Liverpool), 1901; 
priest, 1902; C. of North Meols, Lanes., 1901-4. Domestic 
Chaplain to the Bishop of Liverpool, 1904-5. Missioner of 
St Ambrose, Bristol, 1905-15; V. there, 1915-22. V. of 
St James, Bristol (with R. of St John-the-Baptist from 1908), 
1923-7. R. of Cold Ashton, Gloucs., 1927-8. Married, Nov. 
12, 1907, Amy Frances, 2nd dau. of the Rev. Philip Ashby 
Phelps, R. of St John-the-Baptist, Bristol. Died Nov. 17, 
1928. (Crockford; The Guardian, Nov. 30, 1928.) 

SWANN, SAMUEL KIRKE. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Christ's, 
June 30, 1838. S. of J. Kirke. B. at Nottingham. Matric. 
Michs. 1838; Scholar, 1839; B.A. 1842; M.A. 1845. Ord. 
deacon (Peterb.) 1843; priest, 1844; C. of Castle Donington, 
Leics., 1843-53. C. of Gedling, Notts., 1853-86. F.R.A.S. 
Died Nov. 20, 1886 at Carlton, near Nottingham, where he 
had lived for many years. (Peile, 11. 463; Crockford; Clergy 
List; The Guardian, Dec. i, 1886.) 

SWANN, SIDNEY. Adm. at Trinity Hall, Oct. 1881. [S. of the 
Rev. John Bellingham, of Derby, late R.N. B. Sept. 30, 
1862, at Weymouth. Schools, Derby and Marlborough 
CoUege.] Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1888. 
Rowing 'blue,' 1883, 1884, 18S5. A great athlete; held record 
for rowing across the Channel (3 hr. 50 min.) ; when 55 years 
old cycled, walked, ran, paddled, rowed and swam 6 consecu- 
tive half-miles in competition with Lieut. Muller of the 
Danish Army; cycled from Land's End to John o' Groats in 
record time, riding from Carlisle to London in a day; also 
cycled round Syria. In the early days of flying built several 
machines, but they were not successful. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 
1885; priest, 1886; C. of St Andrew's, Plymouth, 1885-8. 
C. of St Stephen's, Sulby, Isle of Man, 1889-90. Missionary 
at Fukuyama, Japan, 1890-5; Chaplain at Kobe, 1895-6. 
V. of Blackford, Cumberland, 1897-1900- V. of St Aidan's, 
Carlisle, 1901-5. V. of Crosby Ravensworth, Westmorland, 
1905-12. V. of Levens, 1912-14. P.C. of Holbrooke, Derbs., 
1914-18. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (ambulance 
driver in Belgium). V. of Morland, Westmorland, 1918-21. 
R. of Kingston-by-Sea, Sussex, 1921-9. R. of Lmdfield, 
1929-37. Married (i) May 2, 1889, Josephine, only dau. of 
A. B. Anderson, of Liverpool, and had issue; (2) 1920, 
Theodosia, Lady Bagot, dau. of Sir John Leslie, of Levens, 
Westmorland. Died Aug. 3. i942- (Derby Sch. Reg.; Marl- 
borough Coll. Reg.; Crockford; Who's Who; The Times, Aug. 4, 
1942.) 

SWANN, THOMAS WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Caius, Mar. 26, 
1859. S. of William, of Aiskew, Bedale, Yorks. B. there. 
Sept 23 1840. School, Richmond [and Eton]. Matric. 
Michs. 1859; B.A. 1864; M.A. 1871. Ord. deacon (Lincohi) 
1864; priest, 1865; C. of New Radford, Notts., T864-7. C. of 
Holy Trinity, Nottingham, 1867-71. C. of Riseholme, Lines., 
1871-3. V. of Orston with Thoroton, Notts., 1873-1910. Died 
Aug. I, 1910, at Orston. (Eton Sch. Lists; Venn, 11. 343; 
Crockford; The Times, Aug. 5, 1910.) 

SWANN, WILLIAM POWELL. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1884. Of Essex. [S. of the Rev. Johnson Fowell 
(1855).] Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887; M.A. 1891. Ord. 
deacon (Ripon) 1890; priest, 1891; C. of Headingley, Yorks., 
1890-9. V. of Crakehall with Langthome, 1899-1902. 
Minister at St Wilfrid's, Harrogate, 1902-14; V. there, 
1914-19. Secretary, Waifs and Strays Society, 1919-24. V. of 
St Andrew's, Worthing, Sussex, 1925-42- Married, July 11, 
1899, Maud, only dau. of D. S. Blaiklock, of Halstead, 
Headingley. Latterly of France Cottage, Patchmg, near 
Worthing, where he died Oct. 25, 1947, aged 82. Brother of 
Ernest H. (1888). [Crockford; The Times, Oct. 27, I947-) 

SWANNELL, ALFRED GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
Oct. 10, 1883. S. of George, grocer, of Cambridge. B. there, 
Dec. 18, 1863. School, private. Matric. Michs. 1883. 

SWANSBOROUGH, GEORGE SWAINE. Adm. pens, (age i8) at 
Pembroke, June 12, 1837. Eldest s. of Robert, merchant, of 
London (and Emma Grace, of East Dulwich). B. [Feb. i3, 
1819] in London. School, Merchant Taylors'. Matnc. Michs. 
1837; Scholar; B.A. 1841; M.A. 1844. Assistant Master at 
Crewkeme Grammar School until his death, Sept. 28, 1848. 
Brother of the next. [Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Bartelot, 
History of Crewkerne School.) 

SWANSBOROUGH, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Julys, 1852. Of London. [S. of Robert, merchant (and Emma 
Grace). B. Sept. 17, 1823. School, Merchant Taylors', 
London.] Matric. Michs. 1852: Scholar, 1853; B.A. 1856. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) 1856; priest, 1857; C. of Maulden, Beds., 1856- 
61. C. of Slinfold, Sussex, 1862-5. C. of Malborough, Devon, 
1865-72. V. of Branscombe, 1872-1909. Died Sept. 14, 1909. 
Brother of the above. (Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Crock- 
ford; The Times, Sept. 17, 1909-) 



SwAYNE, Francis Griffiths 

SWANSEA, BARONS, seeVlVlAH, H. H. and VIVIAN, 0. R. 

SWANSTON, ARTHUR WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1895. [2nd] s. of John Alexander [of 171, Crom- 
well Road, London], B. Feb. 14, 1875. in London. Schools, 
Loretto and St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1895. Rowing 'blue,' 

1898. Second Lieut., 6th (Enniskilling) Dragoon Guards, 

1899. Killed in action, Oct. 16, 1900, at Tonedon, near 
Carolina, Transvaal, whilst trying to save a wounded trooper. 
Memorial tablet in Berwick-on -Tweed parish Church. 
(Loretto Reg.; St Paul's Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; The Times, 
Nov. 6, 1900.) 

SWANSTON, CLEMENT ROMILLY. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Oct. 1883. [S. of Clement Tudway (next). B. Feb. 21, 1866. 
School, Charterhouse.] Matric. Michs. 1883. Married, 1893, 
Mabel Frances, dau. of Charles M. Hunter, of Banff. Died 
in 1904. [Charterhouse. Reg., which erroneously gives date 
of death as 1920.) 
SWANSTON, CLEMENT TUDWAY. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Trinity, Dec. i, 1849. S. of Clement Tudway. B. in London. 
School, King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 1850; B.A. 
1854; M.A. 1857. President of the Union, 1854. Called to the 
Bar, Lincobi's Inn, Jan. 26, 1856. Q.C. Of 23, Old Square, 
Lincoln's Inn. Disappears from Latf List, 1880. Father of the 
above. 
SWANWICK, FREDERICK TERTIUS. Adm. sizar at Trinity, 
Jan. 29, 1870. [4th] s. of Thomas, of Higher Broughton, 
Manchester. B. there, May 28, 185 1. Educated at Owens 
College, Manchester. Matric. Michs. 1870; Scholar, 1873; 
B.A. [18th Wrangler) 1874; M..\. 1877. Tutor at Cavendish 
Hostel, 1877-83. B.Sc, Manchester, 1882. Lecturer in 
mathematics at Owens College, Manchester, 1883-1907; 
Fielden Lecturer at Manchester Univ. from 1907. Died 
July 27, 1931. [Matrics. and Degrees, 1851-1900, calls him 
Swanvich; The Times, July 31, 1931-) 
SWANZY, ROBERT ARCHIBALD. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 
1895. 3rd s. of — [The Rev. Thomas Biddall], V. of Newry, 
Co. Down, deceased (and Elizabeth Anne, dau. of the Rev. 
Henry Swanzy, of Rochfield, Co. Monaghan). B. Nov. 9. 
1875. School, South-Eastem College, Ramsgate. Matric. 
Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898. Ord. deacon (Lincoki) 1899; priest, 
1900; C. of New Clee, Grimsby, 1899-1909. C. of Adlington, 
Lanes., 1909-18. V. of WithneU, 1918-32. V. of Newry, Co. 
Down, 1933-49. (-5' Laurence Coll. Reg.; Crockford; Burke, 
Family Records.) 
SWATMAN, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, 
Feb. 3, 1794. S. of William, of King's Lynn, Norfolk. School, 
King's Lynn. Matric. Michs. 1794; Scholar, 1796; B.A. 
(l2th Wrangler) 1798; M.A. 1801. Chaplam, 1803-11. Ord. 
priest (Norwich) Mar. 17, 1803. R. of Little Fransham, 
Norfolk, 1803-39. V. of Dulverton, Somerset, 1826-9. Died 
Dec. 1839, aged 63. (Foster, Index Eccles.; Clerical Guide; 
G. Mag., 1840, I. 327.) 
SWATMAN, MONTAGU SHARPIN. Adm. at Caius, 1890. 
[Youngest] s. of the Rev. Philip (next), of Oakley Square, 
London (and Elizabeth Harriet Joanna Phillimore). B. 
May 12, 1872, at the Chaplain's House, Guy's Hospital. 
School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 1890; Scholar; 
B.A. 1894; M.A. 1898. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1896; priest, 
1897; C. of St Andrew's, Streatham, Surrey, 1896-9. C. of 
St Mark's, Kennington, 1899-1906. C. of Kelshall, Herts., 
1906-9; R. there, 1909-14. V. of Christ Church, Bengeo, 
1914-17. R. (and V.) of WiUian, 1917-36. Married, Apr. 21, 
1926, Grace Evelyn Agnes, eldest dau. of John Campbell 
Robertson, of Nutley Grove, Hitchin. Lived subsequently at 
Bournemouth, where he died Aug. 27, 1938; buried at 
Willian. [Venn, 11. 517; Crockford; The Times, Aug. 30, 1938.) 
SWATMAN, PHILIP. Adm. sizar at Trinity, July 7, 1S42. 
Matric. Michs. 1842; B.A. 1846; M.A. 1850. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) 1849; priest, 1850; C. of Lound, Suffolk, 1849-57. 
Chaplain of Guy's Hospital, 1860-78. C. of East Walton, 
Norfolk, 1878-80. C. of St Andrew's, Haverstock HiU, 
London, 1880-3. C. of St Pancras, 1884-91. R. of Kelshall, 
Herts., 1891-1909. Died Aug. is, 1909, aged 84. Father of 
the above. [Crockford; The Guardian, .A,ug. 18, 1909.) 
SWAYNE FRANCIS GRIFFITHS. .\dm. sizar at Trinity, 
Oct 8 1883 [3rd] s. of Robert .\rthur, of Abberley House, 
Broms'grove, Worcs. (and Grace Pyke, dau. of William 
Wickham, of Bideford). B. 1S64, at Mathon, Heref. School, 
King Edward's, Birmingham. Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 
i886- M.B., B.Chir., and M.A. 1890. FootbaU (rugby) blue, 
1884-6. At Guy's Hospital; House Surgeon there. Clinical 
Assistant, Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street. 
Practised at Norwood. Married, 1900, Etta Ellen, widow of 
George Lyon, I.C.S. and dau. of Sir Warren Hastings D'Oyley, 
Bart. Latteriy of Pen-y-Plock, Tillington, Heref., where he 
died, Nov. 10, 1949. (Medical Directories; Fox-Davies, 
Armorial Families; The Times, Nov. 11, 1949.) 



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SWAYNE, PHILIP CONEY. Adm. pens, (age i8) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1896. S. of Walter T[homas], Esq. [solicitor] (and Agnes 
Jane, dau. of the Rev. Canon T. B. Coney, V. of Pucklechurch, 
Gloucs.). B. [Sept. 18, 1877], at Glastonbury, Somerset. 
Schools [Marlborough College, and] St Mark's, Windsor. 
Matric. Michs. 1896. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Lieut., Duke of Wellington's (W. Riding) Regt.; Capt., 
W. Yorks. Regt.) Married, 1912, Vera, dau. of Hugh Wilbra- 
ham, of Delaniere House, Nantwich. Of Castle Hill House, 
Nether Stowey, Bridgwater in 1946. {Jesus Coll. Report; 
Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Marlborough Coll. Reg.) 
SWEATMAN, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 23, 1855. 
S. of John, M.D., deceased. B. Nov. 19, 1834, m London. 
School, Hampstead. Matric. Michs. 1855; Scholar, 1856; 
BA 1859- M.A. 1862; D.D. 1880. One of the principal 
founders of the Jesus Lane Sunday School. Ord deacon 
(London) 1859; priest, i860; C. of Holy Trinity, Islington, 
1859-62. C. of St Stephen's, Canonbury, 1863-5. Head 
Master of Helhnuth CoUege, London, Ontario, Canada, 1865- 
72. R. of Grace Church, Brantford, Ontario, 1872-6. 
Secretary to the Canadian House of Bishops, 1873-9- Canon 
of Huron, 1875-6. Archdeacon of Brant and R. of Wood- 
stock, Ontario, 1876-9. Bishop of Toronto, 1879-1907. 
Archbishop and Metropolitan of Canada, 1907-9- Married, 
1868, Susanna, dau. of Robert Garland, of Bamsbury. Died 
Jan. 24, 1909. (Peile, 11. 539; Crockford; Who was Who; 
Dictionary of Canadian Biography.) 
SWEDEN AND NORWAY, OSCAR II, HIS MAJESTY THE 
KING OF. Hon. LL.D., 1900. [S. of Oscar Joseph-Francis 
Bemadotte, Oscar I. B. Jan. 21, 1829, at Stockholm.] 
Succeeded his brother Charles XV in 1872. Distinguished as 
a mathematician,;a sailor, and a soldier. Author of a poetical 
rendering of Goethe's Faust in Swedish verse; a Memoir of 
Charles XIII; Poems and Leaflets, etc. (H. A. Morgan, 
Memoirs, 288.) 
SWEET, The Rev. ALGERNON SYDNEY OSBORNE. Matric. Non- 
Coil., from AvERST H., Michs. 1887. Ord. deacon (London, for 
the Colonies) 1880; priest, 1883. Missionary at Ilfracombe, 
Muskoka, Ontario, Canada, 1880-4. C. of Maker, Cornwall, 
1885-7. C. of Clifton, Beds., 1S88-91. V. of Cowlinge, 
Suffolk, 1891-1906. Disappears from Crockford, 1907. 
SWEET, ARTHUR BARRON LAXON. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Magdalene, Oct. i, 1866. [Only] s. of John Laxon, physician 
[of Tenbury, Worcs.] School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 
1866; B.A. 1870. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1871; C. of EUes- 
mere, Salop, 1871-2. Died July 20, 1872, at St Leonards-on- 
Sea, aged 24. (Crockford; I lie Times, July 23, 1872.) 
SWEET, EDWARD HILLIER. Adm. at Cavendish H. Lent, 
1882. [B. Nov. 9, 1864. School, Clifton College.] Matric. 
Lent, 1882; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1892. Said to have 'gone to 
Caius {sic) and subsequently to Gloucester Theological 
College,' but not found in Venn or Crockford. {Clifton Coll. 
Reg.) 
SWEET, JOHN HALES. Adm. Fell.-Com. at St John's, Oct. 22, 
1840; from Wadham College, Oxford, whence he had matric. 
June I, 1837. [Eldest] s. of W[illiam], nurseryman, of 
Clifton, Gloucs. [and Mary Ann]. B. Jan. 9, 1819. Matric. 
Michs. 1840; B.A. 1844. Ord. deacon (Ripon) Dec. 17, 1843; 
C. of Hunslet, Leeds, 1843-6. Lived (without cure) at Pinner, 
Middlesex, 1859-67, and then at Southampton. R. of 
Kilmacow, Co. Kilkenny, 1872-80. Died May 31, i88o. 
{Al. Oxon.; Clergy List; The Guardian, June 9, 1880.) 
SWEET-ESCOTT, CECIL TALBOT (1871), see ESCOTT. 
SWEET-ESCOTT, RALPH BOND. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. I, 1887. [3rd] s. of the Rev. W[illiam], of Hartrow 
Manor, Taunton. B. Jan. 10, 1869. School, Henry VIII, 
Coventry. Matric. Michs. 1887. A well-known Glamorgan- 
shire cricketer, Welsh International (rugby) footballer and 
representative lawn-tennis player. Died Nov. 10, 1907, at 
Johannesburg, South Africa. (7'. A. Walker, 599; Su: B. 
Sweet-Escott.) 
SWEETING, ALFRED. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, 
June 10, 1850. Eldest s. of Alfred, gent., of London. B. there, 
[Dec. 26, 1830.] School, Christ's Hospital. Matric. Michs. 
1850; Scholar; B.A. {31st Wrangler) 1854; M.A. 1857. 
Assistant Master at Trinity CoUege, Glenahnond, 1854-6. 
Ord. deacon (Ely) 1855; priest, 1857; C. of Swynshed, Beds., 
1857-8. Vice-Principal of Durham Training CoUege, 1859-61. 
R. of Amcotts, Lines., 1861-84. Married EUen Alethea, eldest 
dau. of the Rev. WiUiam Airy, V. of Keysoe, Beds. Died 
Oct. 17, 1884. Brother of Henry D. (1852) and Walter D. 
(1857). {Christ's Hospital Exhibitioners; The Guardian, 
Oct. 22, 1884.) 
SWEETING, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
May 13, 1825. S. of WiUiam. B. at Bedale, Yorks. School, 
Richmond, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1825. 



SwENY, George Augustus 

SWEETING, EDWARD THOMAS. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St John's, 
Oct. 19, 1897. College Organist, 1897-1901. [Eldest] s. of 
Edward, schoolmaster, of Hammersmith (and Mercy Bisney). 
B. Sept. 16, 1863, at Alsager, Cheshire. School, National 
Training School of Music (subsequently the Royal CoUege) 
(Sir A. SuUivan, Sir J. Stainer), 1876-82. Matric. from New 
CoUege, Oxford, Jan. 25, 1888; B.Mus. (Oxford) 1889; D.Mus. 
(Oxford) 1894. Matric. Michs. 1897. F.R.C.O. Organist at 
St Mary's, West Kensington, 1874-82; at RossaU School, 
1882-97; Music Master at Winchester School, 1901-24. 
Married, Aug. 15, 1900, Keith Craven, dau. of James Glen, 
Esq. Composer of part songs, orchestral music, etc. Resided 
latterly at St Albans. Died July 8, 1930; buried at St Albans. 
{Eagle, xcvi. 115; Scott, MSS.; Winchester Coll. Reg.; The 
Times, July 14, 1930; Cambridge Review, Oct. 10, 1930.) 
SWEETING, GEORGE HALLETT. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
July 5, 1849. S. of Robert HaUett, surgeon, of Charmouth, 
Dorset (and Mary Week). B. there. Bapt. Nov. 2, 1830. 
Matric. Michs. 1849; Scholar; B.A. 1853. Ord. deacon (Ely) 
Mar. 4, 1855; priest, Feb. 17, 1856; C. of St Mary's, New- 
market, 1855-7. C. of Bamham, Suffolk, 1857-8. Principal 
of Bishop's School, Perth, Western Australia, 1858-64; Col. 
Chaplain at Upper and Middle Swan, W.A., 1864-73; at 
GuUdford, W.A., 1873-97. Hon. Canon of St George's 
Cathedral, Perth, 1888. Married, July 15, 1858, EUen, eldest 
dau. of F. Page, surgeon, of Cambridge. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1901, which calls him George Henry. 
SWEETING, HENRY DOVE. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 3, 
1852. S. of Alfred, printer, of 15, Bartlett's Buildings, 
[Holborn], London (and Sarah). B. June 22, 1833, at 
St Andrew's, Holborn. School, Christ's Hospital (The Rev. 
Dr Rice). Matric. Michs. 1852; B.A. {31st Wrangler) 1856. 
Entered the I.C.S., 1856; Assistant Magistrate and CoUector, 
Rungpur, Bengal. Died Aug. 31, 1858, at Rungpur. Brother 
of Alfred (1850) and Walter D. (1857). {Christ's Hospital 
Exhibitioners.) 
SWEETING, HENRY RAVENHILL. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1894. S. of the Rev. W[alter] D[ebenham] (1857) 
(and Maria G.). B. June 6, 1875, at Peterborough. School, 
Merchant Taylors', London. Matric. Michs. 1894; BeU 
scholar, 1895; B.A. 1897; M.A. 1901. Assistant Master at 
Denstone College, 1897-1900; at Uppingham for i year; at 
Liverpool CoUege, 1901-11; at Merchant Taylors' School, 
London, 191 1-22. H.M. Inspector of Schools, 1922-. Of 
28, Hatton Park Road, WeUingborough, Northants. in 1928; 
and 34, Glenleigh Avenue, Bexhill in 1946. {Merchant 
Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Jesus College Report; Schoolmasters' 
Directories.) 
SWEETING, SAUMAREZ CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 1, 1887. S. of J. H., bank manager, London and 
County Bank. B. Nov. 1866, at Old Charlton, Kent. School, 
Felsted. Matric. Michs. 1887. Of Kilve, Saumarez Street, 
Guernsey. Major, R. A. (Guernsey). Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Captain, 59th and 10th Companies, Royal Defence 
Corps). {Al. Felsted.; Army Lists.) 
SWEETING, WALTER DEBENHAM. Adm. sizar at Trinity, 
Mar. 10, 1857. S. of Alfred, of 15, Bartlett's Buildings, 
Holborn, London. B. Jan. i, 1839, in London. School, 
St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1857; B.A. 1861; M.A. 1864. Ord. 
deacon (Peterb.) 1862; priest, 1863. Second Master of the 
Cathedral School, Peterborough, 1861-75; Head Master, 
1875-81. V. of Maxey with Deeping Gate, Northants., 1881- 
1901. V. of Holy Trinity, Rotherhithe, Surrey, 1901-5. 
Married, Maria Georgiana, eldest dau. of the Rev. Robert 
Plume Walter, V. of BittesweU, Leics. Author, Architectural 
Notes on the Parish Churches in and around Peterborough; 
Architectural Description of the Triangular Lodge at Rushton; 
Sketch of Gunpowder Treason in Connection with Northampton- 
shire; Mary Queen of Scots in Northamptonshire; The Old 
Registers of the Parish of St John the Baptist, Peterborough; 
Register Book of the Parish of Maxey; The Cathedral Church of 
Peterborough; The Cathedral Church of Ely, etc. Resided 
latterly at Wallington, Surrey, where he died, Jan. 19, 1913. 
Father of Henry R. (1894); brother of Alfred (1850) and 
Henry D. (1852). {Crockford; Northants. Clergy; The Times, 
Jan. 21, 1913.) 
SWEETMAN, WILLIAM [EDWARDS]. Adm. pens, at Peter- 
house, May 30, 1826. Of London. S. of WiUiam. Matric. 
Michs. 1826. 
SWENY, GEORGE AUGUSTUS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 2, 
1856. S. of John Paget, Colonel in the Army. B. [Mar. 25, 
1837], at Lyons. School, Oakham. Matric. Michs. 1856. 
Ensign, 4th Foot, 1858; Lieut., 1862; Captain, 1868; trans- 
ferred to 7th Foot, 1870. A.D.C. to Colonel commanding 
Infantry Brigade, Abyssinia, 1867-8. Major, Royal FusiUers, 
1880; Lieut.-Colonel, 1883; retired, 1885. Resided latteriy at 
Toronto, where he died Jan. 27, 1918. Father of Roy (1890). 
{Oakham Sch. Reg.; Peile, 11, 548; Army Lists.) 



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SWENY (or SWENEY), JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 14, 
i8oi. [Eldest] s. of John, of Dublin (and Catharine .\lice). 

B. Nov. 25, 17S3. [School, Westminster.] Did not reside. 
Matric. from Christ Church, Oxford, May 21, 1801, aged 17; 
B.A. (Oxford) 1805; M.A. (Oxford) 1810. Ordained and held 
preferments in Ireland. {Record of Old Westminsters; Al. 
Oxon.) 

SWENY, ROY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 18, 1890. S. of 
Col. George Augustus (1856), of Toronto. B. Jan. 5, 1870,'at 
Weymouth. Schools, Wellington and Trinity College, Port 
Hope, Canada. Matric. Michs. 1890. Returned to Canada. 
Of Rohallion, Toronto in 1911. {Peile, 11. 758.) 

SWETE, The Rev. CHARLES JOHN. M.A. 1862, incorp. from 
Dublin. [S. of the Rev. Benjamin. B. at Cork.] Adm. at 
Trinity CoUege, Dublin, Oct. 14, 1836, aged 16; B.A. 1843; 
M.A. i860; D.D. 1863. Ord. deacon (Connor) 1847; priest 
(KiUaloe) 1848. Residing in Co. Cork, 1853-7. C. of 
Bermondsey, Surrey, 1861. C. of All Saints, Islington, 1867-9. 

C. of St Mary's, Somerstown, 1870-1. C. of St Michael-and- 
All-Angels, Bromley, 1873. Disappears from Crockford, 1874. 
(Dublin Catalogue of Graduates.) 

SWETE, HENRY BARCLAY. Adm. pens, at Caius, Apr. 3, 1854. 
[Only] s. of the Rev. John (next), D.D., V. of Blagdon, 
Somerset (and Caroline Ann Skinner Barclay). B. [Mar. 13], 
1835, at Redland, Gloucs. Schools, Bishop College, Bristol, 
and King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 1854; Carus 
prize, 1855; Members' prize, 1857; (7th Classic, 1858); B.A. 
1859; M.A. 1862; B.D. 1874; D-D- 1881. FeUow, 1858-78 
and 1890-1917. Tutor, 1872-5; Hon. Fellow, 1886-90. 
Regius Professor of Divinity, 1890-1915. Lady Margaret's 
Preacher, 1902 and 1916. Hon. D.Litt., Trin. Coll., Dublin, 
1892; Hon. D.D., Glasgow, 1901; Hon. Litt.D., Oxford, 1911. 
Ord. deacon (Bath and Wells) 1858; priest, 1859; C. of 
Blagdon, Somerset, 1858-65. C. of All Saints, Cambridge, 
1866-8. C. of Tor Mohun, Devon, 1869-72. R. of Ashdon, 
Essex, 1877-90. Professor of Pastoral Theology at King's 
College, London, 1882-90; Fellow of King's College, London, 
1891. One of the first Fellows of the British Academy, 1902. 
Hon. Canon of Ely, 1906. Hon. Chaplain to H.M. the Kmg, 
191 1. Editor of Essays on some Theological Questions of the 
Day, by Members of the University of Cambridge; General 
Handbooks of Liturgical Study. Author, The Communion of 
Saints; A Study of the Apostles Creed; Church Services and 
Service Book before the Reformatioti; The Holy Spirit in the 
Ancient Church; The Apostles' Creed in relation to Primitive 
Christianity; Studies in the Teaching of our Lord; History of 
the Doctrine of Die Holy Spirit ; The Old Testament m Greek 
according to the Septuagint, etc. Presented 26 valuable MSS. 
to the CoUege Library. Portrait by H. Riviere, in the College 
hall. Lived latterly at Hitchin, where he died, unmarried, 
May 10, 1917. (Venn, 11. 316; Crockford; D.N.B.) 

SWETE, The Rev. JOHN. D.D., 1843, incorp. from Dublin. [S. of 
John. B. in Co. Cork.] Adm. at Trinity College, Dublm, 
Jan. 27, 1804, age 17; B.A. 1808; B.D. and D.D., 1828. Ord. 
deacon (Salisbury) 1811; priest (Gloucester) 1812. C. of 
St James, Bristol and Chaplain to the Infirmary. 1817-25. 
Lived at Redland Hill. Lecturer at St Mary Redcliffe and 
Chaplain of the gaol, 1846-50. R. of Blagdon, Somerset, 
1850-69. Married (i) Bridget; (2) June 21, 1834, Carolme 
Ann, dau. of Col. Barclay. Died Sept. 17, 1869. Father of the 
above. (Clergy List; Al. Dub.; C. R. Hudleston.) 

SWETE-EVANS, WILLIAM BENJAMIN (1891), see EVANS. 

SWETENHAM, JAMES ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Clare, 
Oct. 6, 1866. [S. of James Oldham, of [Belper Lodge], Derbs. 
(and Charlotte Elizabeth, dau. of Charles Carr). B. 1846.] 
Matric. Michs. 1866; Scholar. In the Ceylon C.S., 1868-84; 
Receiver-General, Cyprus, 18847^1 1 Auditor -General, Ceylon, 
1891-5; Colonial Secretary, Singapore, 1895-8. K.C.M.G., 

1898. Acting-Governor of the Straits Settlements, 1898-- 
1900; Governor of British Guiana, 1901-4; Governor of 
Jamaica, 1904-7; during his tenure of office, the earthquake 
took place which resulted in the destruction of Kingston and 
other towns, Jan. 14, 1907. Married, 1905, Mary Emily, dau. 
of Richard Pirie Copeland of Kibblestone Hall, Staffs. Died 
Apr. 19, 1933, at La Colline, Territet, Switzerland; buried at 
Vevey. Brother of the next. (W. Cowper; Walford, County 
Families; The Times, Apr. 22, 1933.) 

SWETTENHAM, RICHARD PAUL AGAR. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Apr. 15, 1864. [2nd] s. of James Oldham [attorney] 
(and Charlotte Elizabeth, dau. of Charles Carr). B. Jan. 31. 
1845, at Belper, Derbs. School, Sheffield [CoUegiate]. Matnc. 
Michs. 1864; Scholar, 1866; B.A. (i^th Wrangler) 1868. 
H.M. Inspector of Schools, Northern Division. Died Dec. 20, 

1899, at Hurworth-on-Tees. Brother of the above. (Walford, 
County Families; The Tunes, Dec. 26, 1899.) 



Swift, Herbert Henry 

SWIFT, ARTHUR EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 8 
1875. S. of John, gent, (and Mary Golbome, of Chettisham, 
Cambs.). B. at Chettisham. Bapt. Dec. 14, 1856. School, 
Ely Cathedral (Mr Winkfield). Matric. Michs. 1875; Scholar; 
B.A. 1879. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 1881. Ord. 
deacon (Worcester) 1886; priest, 1887; C. of Knowle, Wanvs., 
i886-go. C. of The Lickey, Worcs., 1890-1903. Married, 
Apr. 27, 1905, Mary Louisa Empson, niece and adopted 
daughter of Henry Mitchell, deceased, of Blackwell, Worcs. 
Latterly of Ely. Died Jan. 22, 1913, at West Meon, Hants. 
Brother of Harry (1876). (Kings' Sch. Ely Reg.; Eagle, xxxv. 
224; Crockford; The Times, Jan. 23, 1913.) 
SWIFT, BENJAMIN. Matric. Easter, 1845 from Peterhouse. 
Adm. pens, (age 26) at Trinity, June 18, 1845; 'from Peter- 
house,' but not found in Peterhouse Adm. Reg. S. of Hezekiah, 
of Monmouth. B. there. School, Monmouth (private). Adm. 
at Queens', May 4, 1848 ; LL.B. 1851. Ord. deacon (Hereford) 
1848; priest, 1849; C. of Hope-Mansel, Heref., 1848-50. C. of 
North Meols, Lanes., 1850-7. V. of St James's, Burkdale 
1857-74. Latterly of 6, Gloucester Row, Clifton. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1883. 
SWIFT, CHARLES ALFRED. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 11, 
1875. S. of George, schoolmaster (and Sarah Ann). B. at 
Worksop, Notts. Bapt. May 20, 1857. [School, Sedbergh.] 
Matric. Michs. 1875; B.A. 1879; M.A. 1882. Professor of 
mathematics at Codrin'gton College, Barbados, 188 1-5. 
Mathematics Master (Army Dept), Portsmouth Grammar 
School, 18S9-91. Head Master of Dent Grammar School, 
1891-4. .Assistant Master at St Peter's School, York, from 
1910. Died Sept. 2, 1935, at Garsdale, Yorks. (Sedbergh Sch. 
Reg. ; Schoolmasters' Directories ; The Sedberghtan.) 
SWIFT, EDGAR RUSSELL. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1889. S. of 
James Russell. B. at Pontefract, Yorks. Adm. pens, at 
St Catharine's, Oct. 6, 1891; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1903. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) 1895; priest, 1896; C. of Hundon, Suffolk, 1895- 
6. C. of Clare, 1896-1900. C. of St Mary's, Ely, Cambs., 1900- 
II. C. of Biggleswade, Beds., 1911-14. C. of Culford with 
Ingham and Timworth, Suffolk, 1914-15- R- of West Stow 
with Wordwell, 1915-29. Died Feb. 1929, aged 58. (Crock- 
ford; The Guardian, Mar. 1, 1929-) 
SWIFT, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 18, 1884. 
S. of T., Esq., of Cross Street, Oakham, Rutland. School, 
Oakham. Matric. Michs. 1884; Scholar; B.A. (Class. Trip., 
Pt I, ist Class) 1887; (Theol. Trip., Pt II, ist Class, 1889); 
M.A. 1891. Assistant Master at King William's College, Isle 
of Man, 1892-5. Ord. deacon (Sodor and Man) 1894; priest 
(Hereford) 1895; C. of Much Marcle, Heref., 1895-8. C. of 
Ledbury 1898-1900. V. of Morville with Aston Eyre, Salop, 
1900-4. R. of AUer, Somerset, 1904-13- Rural Dean of 
Wiveliscombe, 1917-26. V. of Winsford, 1913-45- Died 
Dec 17, 1945, at Hertford. (Oakham Sch. Reg.; King 
William's Coll. Reg.; Crockford; Church Times, Dec. 21, 1945.) 

SWIFT, GODWIN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 1, 1892. 
Of Yorks. S. of — [the Rev. Godwin (B.A. Trmity CoUege, 
Dublin)]. B. Dec. i, 1872, at Beverley. Schools, Trent 
CoUege and Dulwich CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1892; Scholar, 
1893- B A 1895; M.A. 1899. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1895; 
priest (Lichfield) 1897; C. of St Chrysostom's, Birmmgham, 
1895-7. C. of AU Saints, Darlaston, Staffs., 1897-1901. C. 
of Stoke-next-GuUdford, Surrey, 1901-3. Chaplam of Guild- 
ford County Institute, 1901-3; of Epsom County Institute, 
1904-38. V. of Sudbury with BaUingdon and Brundon. 
Suffolk, 1938-45. Disappears from Cf-oc^/oTi^, 1947- (Dulwich 
Coll. Reg.) 

SWIFT, HARRY. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 1876. [Youngest] s. of 
John, farmer, of Ely, Cambs. (and Mary Golbome). B. 1857, 
at Woodhouse. Bapt. at Chettisham Nov. 8 1857. Schoo 
[King's], Ely. Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. 1880; MB. 1883; 
MD. 1887. At St George's Hospital. M.R.C.S., 1882; 
F R C S House Surgeon and Physician, Great Ormond Street 
Hospital for Children. Practised in Adelaide, Australia. 
Senior Physician, Adelaide Hospital. Lecturer and Dean of 
the Medical Faculty, Adelaide University Retired by 1930. 
Author, medical. Died Sept. 30, i937, aged 79. at Broughton 
Place, N. .Adelaide. Brother of Arthur E. (1875)- (/«««- "■ 
423; Kings' Sch. Ely Reg.; Medical Directories; The Times, 
Oct. 12, 1937.) 

SWIFT, HERBERT HENRY. Adm. pens (age 20) at Trinity, 
May 12, 1856. [Only] s. of John, of 49. Portland Hace, 
London. B. [Apr. 27, 1836]. m Liverpool School, WUU, 
(private). Matric. Michs. 1856; B.A. i860; MA 1803. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple. Apr. 28, 1865. CaUed to the Bar Jan. 
27 1868. On the Northern Circuit. Junior Counsel to the 
Treasury. Married, July 29. 1876. .\da CaroUne eldest dau 
of David Little, Esq., of Bradford, Yorks. (Law Lists; 
Foster, Men at the Bar.) 



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Swift, James Shewring 

SWIFT. JAMES SHEWRING. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 26, 
1848. S. of James, surgeon, of Leominster, Heref. (and 
Elizabeth). B. there, Sept. i, 1829. Matric. Michs. 1849; 
B.A. 1853. Ord. deacon (Worcester) Sept. 25, 1853; priest. 
Sept. 24, 1854. C. of Waltham-on-the-Wolds, Leics., 1862-7. 
C. of Somerby with Great Humby, Lines., 1868-70. V. of 
Thorpe-Arnold with Brentingby, Leics., Leics., 1870-93. 
Married, Sept. 25, 1867, Julia Cecilia, dau. of George Norman, 
of Goadby Hall. Died Nov. 20, 1893. {Eagle, xviii. 208; 
Crockford; G. Mag. 1867, 11. 671; Clergy List; The Guardian 
Dec. 6, 1893-) 

SWIFT, JAMES WALTHEW. Adm. pens, at Downing, Sept. 15, 
1888. Matric. Michs. 1888; Scholar; B.A. 1891; M.A. 1896. 
Ord. deacon (Durham) 1893; priest, 1894; C. of Bishop 
Wearmouth, Durham, 1893-1901. C. of Christ Church, 
Gateshead, 1901-4. V. of St George's, Gateshead, 1904-44. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1945. 

SWIFTE, GODWIN BUTLER MEADE. Adm. pens, at Trinity 
Hall, 1883. [Only] s. of G[odwin] M[eade] P[ratt], Esq., 
deceased, of Swifte House, Kilkenny, Ireland (by his 2nd 
wife, Mary Jane, dau. of Robert Hare Clarke, Esq., of 
Bansha, Tipperary). [B. Mar. 24, 1864.] School, St Columba's 
College, Ireland. Matric. Michs. 1883. Of Swiftsheath, 
Jenkinstown, Co. Kilkenny, and Lionsden, Castlerickard, 
Co. Meath. J. P. and D.L. for Co. Kilkenny; High Sheriff, 
1892; High Sheriff of Co. Carlow, 1901. Married, July 15, 
1909, his cousin, Nathalie, only dau. of Jerome O'Brien, 
28th Regt. (Burke, L.G. of Ireland; Fox-Davies, Armorial 
Families; Walford, County Families.) 

SWINBOURN, JAMES. Adm. at Corpus Christi, June 27, 1846, 
as Swinbourne. Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1846. Ord. 
deacon (London) 1858; priest, 1859. C. of St Matthias, Bethnal 
Green, 1858-61. P.C. of St Paul's, Bethnal Green, 1862-5. 
P.C. of Christ Church, Trent Park, Middlesex, 1865-73. 
Resided latterly at Clifton, where he died June 7, i8g8, 
aged 78. (Scott, MSS.; Clergy List (Swinbourne); The Times, 
June 9, i8g8.) 

SWINBURN, ALLAN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, July 7, 
1847. Of Cumberland. Matric. Michs. 1847; LL.B. 1855. 
Ord. deacon (York) 1850; priest, 1851. C. of Tadcaster, 
Yorks., 1850-3. C. of Amblecote, Staffs., 1854-5. P.C. of the 
Mariners' Church, Hull, 1856-8. C. of St Pancras, Huston 
Square, London, 1859-61. Died Jan. 22, 1866, aged 48, at 
Ealing. (Crockford; Clergy List; G. Mag., 1866, i. 448.) 

SWINBURNE, EDWARD. Adm. Fell.-Com. at St John's, 
May 31, 1805. [Eldest] s. of Sir John [Edward], [6th Bart., 
F.R.S.], of [Capheaton Castle], Northumberland (and Emilia 
Elizabeth, dau. of Richard Henry Alexander Bennett, of 
Beckenham, Kent). [B. June 11, 1788.] Schools, Harrow and 
Bath. Matric. Easter, 1806; B.A. 1811; M.A. 1814. Ensign, 
29th Regt., 1808; Lieut., 1809. Served in the Peninsular war. 
Of Calgarth, Windermere. Married (i) Dec. 13, 1819, Anna 
Antonia, dau. of Capt. Robert Nassau Sutton, and had issue; 
(2) Feb. II, 1846, Letitia Mary, dau. of Edward Feltham. 
Died, v.p., Nov. 14, 1855, at Capheaton Castle, Northumber- 
land. Grandfather of the next; Uncle of the Poet. [Harrow 
Sch. Reg.; Burke, P. and B.; G. Mag., 1856, i. 98.) 

SWINBURNE, HUBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 8, 1886. 
[Eldest] s. of [Sir] John [7th Bart.], of Capheaton Hall, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne (and Emily Elizabeth, dau. of Rear- 
Admiral Henry Broadhead, R.N.). B. there, Jan. 24, 1867. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. and LL.B. 1890. 
Major, Northumberland Yeomanry; served in the South 
African War, 1899-1901. Succeeded as 8th Baronet, 1914. 
Of Capheaton Hall. J. P. for Northumberland; High Sheriff, 
1920. Married, Sept. 20, 1905, Alice Pauline, youngest dau. 
of Nathaniel George Clayton, of Chesters, Newcastle-on- 
Tyne, and had issue. Died, June 22, 1934. [Harrow Sch. Reg.; 
Burke, P. and B.; The Times, June 23, 1934.) 

SWINBURNE, JAMES KEMBLE. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 
1897. Eldest s. of Alfred James, H.M. Inspector of Schools, 
of Snape Priory, Wickham Market, Suffolk. B. Aug. 3, 1876. 
School, Eaton House, Aldeburgh. Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 
1900; M.A. 1924. Ord. deacon (Norwich), 1901; priest, 1902; 
C. of Leiston with Sizewell, Suffolk, 1901-3. C. of Tannington 
with Brundish, 1903-4. C. of Sprowston with Beeston, 
Norfolk, 1904-5. R. of Wilby, Suffolk, 1905-7. R. of Rock- 
land St Mary, 1907-13, and R. of Hellington, Norfolk, 1908- 
13. V. of Shifnal, Salop, 1913-29. R. of Whitton with 
Thurleston and Akenham, Suffolk, 1929-39. R. of Eyke with 
Bromeswell and Rendlesham, 1939-40. V. of Rushmere 
St Andrew, 1940-7. Married, 1905, Edith W., dau. of C. P. 
Reynolds, of Natal. Died May 30, 1947. (Crockford; Church 
Times, June 6, 1947.) 

SWINBURNE, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, Apr. 17, 
1816. Of Warwickshire. [4th s. of Edward, of Caleswell 
House, Yardley, Worcs.] Matric. Michs. 1816; B.A. 1821; 



SWINNERTON, ThOMAS 

M.A. 1824. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 3, 1825. Called to the 
Bar, June 19, 1828. Probably Head Master of the Free 
School, HaU Green, Yardley from 1831. (G. Griffiths, Fru 
Schools of Worcs., 451.) 

SWINDALE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Oct. 8, 
1766. B. at Glossop, Derbs. Matric. Michs. 1767. 

SWINDELL, JOHN SUDLOW. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, 
Oct. 5, 1863. S. of — , deceased. B. at Surbiton, Surrey. 
School, Royal Naval Academy, Gosport. Matric. Michs. 
1863; B.A. 1868. At Edinburgh University and St George's 
Hospital, London. L.R.C.P.; L.R.C.S., Edin., 1887; L.F.P.S., 
Glasgow, 1887. In practice at Bournemouth in 1890; at Lee, 
London, S.E., in 1892. Living at Laingsburg, Cape of Good 
Hope in 1898. [Venn, 11. 364; Medical Directories.) 

SWINDELLS, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 15, 
1839. [2nd s. of Martin, of Pott Hall, Shrigley, Cheshire.] B. 
at Stockport, Cheshire. Matric. Michs. 1840; B.A. 1844; 
M.A. 1847. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 25, 1843. 
Intended to read for the bar, but on his father's death took 
over his business of cotton-spmning. Married, Apr. 29, 1845, 
Elizabeth, dau. of James Cowley. Died at his residence, 
Pott Hall, Shrigley, near Macclesfield, Sept. 23, 1897, aged 77. 
(Scott, MSS.; Eagle, xx. 89; G. Mag., 1845, 11. 73; The Times 
Sept. 28, 1897.) 

SWINEY, ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, June 17, 
1856; from Wadham College, Oxford, whence he had matric. 
Oct. 19, 1853, age 18. [3rd] s. of Major-General George 
[H.E.I.C.S.], of Calcutta [and Cheltenham]. [B. in Calcutta, 
Nov. 19, 1834.] School, Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs. 
1856; LL.B. i860; LL.M. 1866. Ord. deacon (Ely) i860; 
priest, 1863; C. of Hundon, Suffolk, 1 860-1. C. of Great 
Whehietham, 1861-73. R- of Bradfield St Clare, 1873-1908. 
Died Mar. 25, 1908. [Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; Al. Oxon.; 
T. A. Walker, 512; Crockford.) 

SWINEY (post MacSWINEY), ARUNDEL JOHN EDWARD. 
Adm. pens, at Selwyn H., Oct. i, 1900. [4th s. of Major- 
General John, Madras Staff Corps, of Cheltenham.] B. Mar. 8, 
1881. [School, Cheltenham College.] Matric. Michs. 1900. 
Ord. deacon (York) 1907; priest, 1908; C. of Thirsk, Yorks., 
1907-10. C. of Teddington, Middlesex, 1910-13. Chaplain, 
R.N.; H.M.S. Hercules, 1913-15; Laurentic, 1915-16; 
Challenger, 1916-18. C. of St Peter's, Acton Green, Middlesex, 
1919-20. V. of Kirklington, Notts., 1920-2. R. of St Michael, 
Eshowe, Zululand, 1922-6. Married, June 20, 1914, Vera 
Caroline, only dau. of Gustavus H. Pratt, of Teddington. 
Changed his name to MacSwiney, 1918. Joined the Church 
of Rome and went to the U.S.A., 1926. [Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; 
Crockford; P. E. Towell; Archdeacon of Eshowe.) 

SWINEY, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Clare, June 30, 1763. B. at 
Pontefract, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1763; B.A. {14M Wrangler) 
1767; M.A. 1770. Fellow, 1769-77. 

SWINFORD, SMITHETT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Feb. 5, 1853. S. of John. B. at Margate. School, King's 
College, London. Matric. Michs. 1853; B.A. 1857; M.A. i860. 
Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1859; priest, i860; C. of Burton 
Latimer, Northants., 1859-62. C. of Aylburton, Gloucs., 
1862-5; C. of Tooting-Graveney, Surrey, 1866. V. of Ashton- 
Keynes with Leigh, Wilts., 1866-84. Died May 18, 1884, 
aged 49. (The Guardian, May 28, 1884; Crockford.) 

SWINGLEHURST, HENRY EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 4, 1870. S. of Henry, of [Hincaster House, Westmorland] 
iron-merchant (and Jane, dau. of Richard Heys, of Preston). 
B. Dec. 27, 1852, at Preston. [School, Heversham.] Matric. 
Michs. 1870. Of Alexandria, Egypt. Died Oct. 25, 1934, 'aged 
79', at Aix-les-Bains. (Walford, County Families ; The Times, 
Nov. I, 1934.) 

SWINHOE, THOMAS BRUCE. Adm. pens, at Christ's, July 18, 
1859. S. of Thomas Bruce, late Captain in the Indian Army. 
[B. in Calcutta, Nov. 15, 1839.] Bapt. Dec. 25, 1839, at 
Agra. School, Cambridge [and Cheltenham College]. Matric. 
Michs. 1859; B.A. 1863. Resided at Cheltenham until about 
1870. Married and left England on account of his health. 
Resided in Malta, where he died about 1878. [Cheltenham 
Coll. Reg.; Peile, 11. 563.) 

SWINHOE, WILLIAM GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity, Feb. 23, 1850. S. of Samuel. School, Dorset 
(private). Matric. Michs. 1850; B.A. 1S54. 

SWINNERTON, THOMAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) at St 
John's, Feb. 1, 1773. [Only] s. of William; Esq., of Butter- 
ton [Hall], Staffs. [Recorder of Newcastle and Vice-Chancellor 
of the County Palatine of Lancaster] (and Margaret, dau. of 
Blest Colclough, of Eccleshall). B. at Butterton. School, 
Eton. Adm. at the Irmer Temple, Nov. 14, i774- Called to 
the Bar, Nov. 26, 1779. Of Butterton HaU. High Sheriff of 
Staffs., 1795. Died May 9, 1836, at Brighton. (Eton Coll. 
Reg.; St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 502; G. Mag., 1836, I. 677.) 



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SwiNNY, Dawnay John Charles 

SWINNY, DAWNAY JOHN CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Magdalene, Sept. 9, 1863. S. of the Rev. Henry Hutchinson 
(next), of Haseley Manor, Tetsworth, Oxon. B. Mar. 1844. 
Srhool, Uppingham [and Radley] Matric. Michs. 1863; B.A. 
1867; M.A. 1872. Ord. deacon (Winchester) i86g; priest, 
1872; C. of Basing, Hants., 1869-71. C. of Oakley, 1871-4. 
C. of Seaforth, Lanes., 1874-9. Chaplain at Ajaccio, Corsica, 
1880-90. R. of Fochabers, Elgin, 1897-1912 and Chaplain 
to the Duke of Richmond and Gordon. Latterly of Struan, 
Maidenhead, where he died Feb. 7, i939- {Uppingliam Sch. 
Roll; Radley Reg.; Crockford.) 

SWINNY, HENRY HUTCHINSON. Adm. sizar at Trinity, 
Sept. 26, 1831. [S. of Henry, schoolmaster, of Milton, near 
Gravesend, Kent. School, St Paul's.] Migrated to Magdalene 
(age i8), June 12, 1832. Matric. Michs. 1832; B.A. (29(;t 
Wrangler) 1836; M.A. 1839. Fellow of Magdalene, 1836-40. 
Adm. ad eundem at Oxford, i860. Ord. deacon (Ely) 183S; 
priest (London) June 10, 1838. V. of St Giles and St Peter's, 
Cambridge, 1840-4. C. of Mortlake, Surrey, 1847-9. P.C. of 
Mortlake, 1850-s- V. of Wargrave, Berks., 1855-9. Principal 
of Cuddesdon theological College, and V. of Cuddesdon, 
Oxon., 1859-62. Died Dec. 22, 1862. Father of the above. 
(.4/. Oxon.; Clergy List; Crockford; G. Mag., 1863, i.) 

SWINSTEAD, JOHN HOWARD. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
July 20, 1883. S. of Charles. B. [Julv 14, 1864] in Chelsea. 
[School, City of London.] Matric. Michs. 1883; scholar; B.A. 
1886; M.A. 1890. Incorp. at Oxford, 1897. D.D- (Oxford) 
1919. Ord. deacon (Durham) 1888; priest (Canterbury), 1889. 
Assistant Master at the N.E. County School, Barnard Castle, 
1887-8; at Dover College, 1888-90. C. of St Mary's, Dover, 
1889-90. C. of St Marylebone, London, 1890-2. Itinerant 
Missioner of St Andrew and C. of the Cathedral and Close, 
Salisbury, 1892-5. Chaplain of Christ Church, Oxford, and 
Head Master of the Cathedral School, 1897-1902. V. of Chal- 
grove with Berrick Salome, Oxon., 1902-12. Chaplain of the 
English Church, and the British Legation, Stockholm, 19 12-19. 
V. of St Peter's, Bayswater, London, W., 1919-24. Married 
(i) Feb. 17, 1898, Agnes Marion, widow of Edmond H. 
Thomas, and dau. of Elias Pitts Squarey, of the Moat, 
Downton, Wilts.; (2) July 29, 1901, Hannah Sclater, youngest 
dau. of George Humphrey, Esq., of West Dean, Chichester. 
Author, A Parish on Wheels ; Systerkyrkor (our Sister Church 
in Sweden); The Swedish Church and Ours. Latterly of 13, 
Ladbrooke Gardens, London, W., where he died Aug. 28, 1924. 
(Schoolmasters' Directories; Crockford; The limes, Aug. 30, 
1924; Whoims Who.) 

SWINTON (post SWINTON-HUNTER), ROBERT HEPBURNE. 
.•\dm. pens, at Peterhouse, Oct. i, 1878. [Eldest] s. of 
Robert Hepbume, R.N. (and Eliza, eldest dau. of James 
Hunter, of Hafton, Argyllshire). B. Apr. 3, i860. School, 
Repton Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882. Succeeded 
to the estate of Hafton, 1895 and assumed the additional 
name and arms of Hunter. Died, unmarried, Jan. 28, 1904. 
{Repton Sch. Reg.; T. A. Walker, 552; Burke, L.G.) 

SWINY, SHAPLAND HUGH. .\dm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 21, 
1876. S. of Shapland, late Captain, Queen's Own Royal 
Regt. [of Tubberlumina, Co. Wexford] (and Isabella, 2nd dau. 
of Lieut.-Col. Hugh Piper, 38th Foot). B. Dec. 29, 1857, in 
Dublin. Bapt. Mar. 25, 1858. Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. 
1880; M.A. 1884. Member of Council of the Irish Sociological 
Society. Vice-President of the Irish Literary Society. Presi- 
dent of the London Positivist Society, 1903-23 and for many 
years editor of the Positivist Review. Author, History of 
Ireland; The Day of all the Dead; New Calendar of Great Men. 
Died Aug. 31, 1923, in London. {Eagle, xliii. 188; Scott, 
MSS.; Walford, County Families; The Times, Sept. 3, 1923.) 

SWIRE, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, July i, 1845. 
[S. of the Rev. John (next). B. Aug. 22, 1826.] Matric. 
Michs. 1845; B.A. 1849. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) Mar. 16, 
1851; priest. May 22, 1853; C. of Stroud, Gloucs., 1851-3. 
R. of Elston, Notts., 1853-86. Married Maria CecUia, dau. of 
Charles Stanton, of Upfield Lodge, Gloucs. Died Nov. 2, 
1886, aged 60. Brother of William (1844). {Crockford; The 
Guardian, Nov. 10, 18S6; Burke, L.G.) 

SWIRE, The Rev. JOHN. M.A., 1843, incorp. from Oxford. 
[S. of John, Esq., of Hull (and Mary, dau. of John Robinson, 
of HuU). B. Jan. 16, 1797. School, Durham.] Matric. from 
University College, Oxford, Oct. 16, 1815, age 18; B.A. 
(Oxford) 1819; M.A. (Oxford) 1823. Ord. deacon (York) 
1822; priest (Chester) 1823. V. of Manfield, Yorks., 1S23-60. 
Married, Mar. 4, 1819, Anne, dau. of William Robson, of 
Richmond, Yorks., and had issue. Of Cononley, Dowgill Hall 
and Kildwick Grange, Yorks. Died Jan. 20, i860. Father of 
the next and the above. {Al. Oxon.; Clergy List; Crockford; 
Burke, L.G.; G. Mag., 1861, 11. 571-) 



Syer, Barrington 



SWIRE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magdalene, 
May 24, 1844. S. of the Rev. John (above). [V.] of Manfield, 
near Darlington. [B. July 9, 1825.] School, Richmond, 
Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1844. Brother of Frederick (1845). 
(Burke, L.G.; C. R. Hudleston.) 
SWORDER, ERNEST GEORGE. Adm. at King's, Oct. i, 1887. 
S. of Thomas, of Luton, Beds. School, Aldenham. Matric. 
Michs. 1887; B..-^. 1890; M.B. and B.Chir., 1896. At St 
Mary's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1896. Assistant 
Surgeon, Royal Sea-Bathing Infirmary, Margate. Practised 
at St Leonards-on-Sea, then at Folkestone in 1900, and at 
Ramsgate in igio. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Capt., R.A.M.C). Married, Apr. 27, 1904, Gertrude Lilian 
Grey, granddaughter of Mrs Charles Woodgate, of St 
Leonards-on-Sea. Latterly of Clinton Crescent, St Leonards-on- 
Sea, where hedied July 28, 1940, aged 70. Brother of the next. 
{Aldenham Sch. Reg. ; King's Coll. Reg. ; 2 he 1 imes, July 29, 
1940.) 

SWORDER, NEVILLE ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Jan. 3, 1891. S. of Thomas, solicitor and brewer, of Luton, 
Beds. School. Aldenham. Matric. Michs. 1891: B.A. (Class. 
Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1894; LL.B. 1895. Adm. solicitor, 1898; 
practised at Watford, Herts. (Messrs Sedgwick, Turner, 
Sworder and Wilson). Of 67, The Avenue, Watford. Died 
Oct. 7, 1951. Brother of the above. {Aldenham Sch. Reg.; 
Law Lists.) 

SYCKELMOORE, THOMAS JOSEPH. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. 15, 1866. [Eldest] s. of James, tailor (and Harriet 
Jacobs). B. 1848, at Maidstone, Kent. Bapt. Aug. 15, 1862. 
[School, Tonbridge.] Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 1870. 
Assistant Master at Blackburn Grammar School, Lanes., in 
1896. Subsequently a private tutor. (J onbridge Sch. Reg.) 

SYDDELL, SNARDELL WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Queens', 
Oct. 20, 1828. Of Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1829. 

SYDENHAM, HERBERT CECIL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 3, 1896. [4th] s. of .Mrs E. J. Sydenham, of Eversley, 
Manor Park Road, Redlands, Bristol. Matric. Michs. 1896; 
B.A. 1899; M.A. 1904. Ord. deacon (Liverpool 1900; priest, 
1901; C. of St Saviour's, Everton, Lanes., 1900-2. C. of 
St Luke's, Orrell, 1902-6. C. of Sherborne, Dorset, 1906-8. 
C. of St John-the-Evangelist, Bromley, Kent, 1909-10. C. of 
Great Yarmouth, 1910-12. V. of Yeovil with Preston, 
Somerset, 1912-23. V. of Winscombe, 1923-g. Of 8, Welling- 
ton Square, Cheltenliam, 1952. {Crockford.) 

SYDENHAM, HUMPHRY JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 9, 1793. Of Middlesex. School, Spalding. Matric. 
Michs.' 1793; Scholar, 1793; B.A. i797; M-A. 1801. Ord. 
deacon (Peterb.) Dec. 17, i797- Married, June 30, 1802, at 
Cobham, Surrey, Elizabeth Arm, dau. of Major Abington, of 
Cobham. Died before 1856. {St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 503; 
Northants. Clergy.) 

SYDENHAM, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, June 10, 
1766. S. of Philip, attorney, of Barnstaple, Devon. B. there. 
School, Barnstaple. Matric. Michs. 1766; Scholar; B..\. 177c; 
M.A. 1773. Fellow, 1771-90. Ord. deacon (Ely, Litt. dim. 
from Canterbury) Feb. 24, 1771- {Venn, 11. 83.) 

SYDENHAM-JONES, THOMAS REES, (1876), see JONES. 

SYDNEY (or SIDNEY) MARLOW. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, May 26, 1770. S. of Lawrence, of Westminster. 
School, Hackney, London. 

SYDNEY, VISCOUNT, (1781) s««TOWNSHEND, JOHN THOMAS. 

SYDNEY-TURNER, SAXON ARNOLL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1899. S. of Alfred .Moxon [F.R.C.S.], of 4, Seafield 
Road, Hove, Sussex (and Mary Sophia, dau. of Ryves 
William Graves, of Gloucester). B. Oct. 28, 1880, at 
Gloucester. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1899; 
(Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1901); Waddington Scholar, 
1902; B.A. (Class. Trip., Pt II, ist Class) 1903. A clerk m the 
Estate Duty Office, 1904-12; in the Treasury from 1913. Of 
28, Percy Street, London, W. in 1946. {Record of Old West- 
minsters.) 

SYED, ALAY MAHOMED. Matric. from Downing, Michs. 1889. 

SYER, BARRINGTON. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, 1798- 
[Eldest] s. of the Rev. Barrington Blomfield (next), of Great 
Thurlow, Suffolk (and Marv, dau. of Richard Moore, Esq., of 
KentweUHaU, Long Melf ord). B. 1780, at Haverhill. School, 
Bury St Edmunds (Mr Becher). Matric. Michs. 1798; B.A. 
1802. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 19, 1802; priest (London) 
Aug. 12, 1804. V. of Gestingthorpe, Essex, 1804-49. V. of 
Little Waldingfield, Suffolk, 1837-49- P-C of Stoke-by- 
Clare, 1807-15. Married, 1814, Sophia, dau. of Westrop 
Major (or Mayer), of Kedington, Suffolk, and had one 
daughter. Died Oct. 30, 1849. at Gestingthorpe. The cures of 
this man and the next are subject to much confusion. 
Brother of Thomas B. (1798) and half-brother of William H. 
(1825). {Bury St Ed^nunds Sch. Reg.; Venn, 11. 132; G. Mag., 
1S50, I. 102; Rev. W. H. TumbuU.) 



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SYER, BARRINGTON BLOMFIELD. Adm. pens, (age i8) at 
Caios, Mar. 25, 177^. [Only] s. of the Rev. Dey {i739). D-D-. 
of Kedington, Suffolk (and Elizabeth, dau. of Dr Blomfield). 
B. 1755, at Little Stonham, Suffolk. Schools, Harrow and 
Stanmore (Mr Parr). Scholar, 1773; matric. Lent, 1774; 
B.A. 1778. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 21, i777- V. of Little 
Waldingfield, SuSolk, 1787-1837. R. of Kedington, 1800-44. 
R. of Great Wratting, 1800-18. J. P. for Suffolk. Married 
(1) Mary, dau. of Richard Moore, of Kentwell Hall, Suffolk, 
and had issue, 4 sons; (2) Maria Elizabeth Chevallier, of 
Aspall Hall, and had further issue, 3 sons. Died Apr. 19, 1844, 
aged 89, at Kedington; buried there, Apr. 26, 1844. Father of 
the above and of Thomas B. (1798) and William H. (1825). 
{Venn, 11. 92; Crockford; G. Mag., 1844, 11. loi; Rev. W. H. 
Tumbull.) 

SYER, BARRINGTON BLOMFIELD. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 17, i860. Of Suffolk. [Eldest s. of the Rev. 
WiUiam Henry (1825), R. of Kedington, Suffolk (and 
Elizabeth Mary, dau. of Samuel Croughton). B. 1841.] 
Matric. Michs. i860; B.A. 1864. Ord. deacon (Rochester), 
1866; priest, 1868; C. of Ashdon, Essex, 1S66-8. R. (and 
Patron) of Kedington, Suffolk (succeeding his father), 1868- 
1909. Married, 1869, Amelia Katherine, eldest dau. of the 
Rev. Dr Wright, of Colchester, and had issue. Died Sept. 30, 
1909, aged 68. {Crockford; Walford, County Families; The 
Times, Oct. 2, 1909.) 

SYER, HARRY BELL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, Oct. 1, 
1878. School, private. Matric. Michs. 1878. Captain, 3rd 
Batt., the Royal Irish Rifles (T.), 1899. Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (Major, Royal Irish Rifles). {Army Lists.) 

SYER, ISAAC NEVILLE. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, June, 
1775. S. of John, gent., of Lavenham, Suffolk (and Miss 
Neville, of Lavenham). B. there, June 15, 1758. Schools, 
Lavenham (private), and Felsted. Matric. Michs. 1778; B.A. 
1780. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 23, 1781; priest, Dec. 18, 
1785; C. of Little Wratting, Suffolk, 1781. C. of Rattlesden. 
C. in c. of Rayleigh, Essex, 1808-24. Died at Rayleigh 
rectory. May, 1824. {Al. Felsted.; Venn, n. 96; G. Mag., 
1824, I. 574-) 

SYER (formerly SIER), The Rev. THOMAS. LL.D., 1855, incorp. 
from Oxford. [Eldest s. of Thomas, Esq. (Sier), of Dewsall, 
Heref.] Matric. from Queen's College, Oxford, June 2, 1841; 
B.A. from St Mary Hall, 1846; M.A. from Queen's, 1848; 
B.C.L. (Oxford) 1852; D.C.L. (Oxford) 1853. Called to the 
Bar, Middle Temple, 1847. V. of Ravensden, Beds., 1851-63. 
Minister of St James' Chapel, Piccadilly, London, 1859-64. 
Died July 4, 1892, at Watford, aged 72. {Al. Oxon; Foster, 
Men at the Bar; University Almanack.) 

SYER, THOMAS BLOMFIELD. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Pem- 
broke, June 26, 1798. 2nd s. of the Rev. Barrington Blom- 
field, (1773), of Wratting, Suffolk (and Mary Moore, of 
Kentwell Hall). B. [Aug. 1781], at Haverhill, Essex. [School, 
Bury St Edmunds.] Matric. Michs. 1799; B.A. 1803. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) Sept. 23, 1804; priest, Sept. 22, 1805. 
R. of Great and Little Wratting, Suffolk, 1818-57. J. P. for 
Suffolk. Died June 11, 1857, at Great Wratting. Brother of 
Barrington (1798) and half-brother of William H. (1825). 
{Bury St Edmunds Gr. Sch. Reg.; Clergy List; Foster, Index 
Eccles.; G. Mag., 1857, 11. 99.) 

SYER, THOMAS MARVEN. Adm. sizar at Peterhouse, July 2, 
1821. Of Newhall, Copdock, Suffolk. Matric. Michs. 1821. 
Died Jan. 11, 1823, at his lodgings in Ipswich. {T. A. Walker, 
413; G. Mag., 1823, I. 190.) 

SYER, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Mar. 2, 1825. 
[7th and youngest] s. of the Rev. Barrington Blomfield (1773) 
(by his 2nd wife, Maria Elizabeth Chevallier, of Aspall Hall). 
B. 1807, at Kedington. Schools, Felsted and Bury St 
Edmunds Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1825; B.A. 1829. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) June 6, 1830; priest, June 5, 1831; C. of 
Bamardiston, Suffolk, -1841-9. R. (and Patron) of Keding- 
ton, 1849-68. Married, 1839, Elizabeth Mary, dau. of 
Samuel Croughton, Esq., of Clare, Suffolk. Died Aug. 7, 
1868. Father of Barrington B. (i860); half-brother of 
Thomas B. (1798) and Barrington (1798). {Bury St Edmunds 
Sch. List; Al. Felsted; Clergy List; Crockford; Walford, 
County Families; Camb. Chronicle, Aug. 15, 1868.) 

SYERS, HENRY WALTER, .-^dm. at Caius, Jan. 29, 1872. S. 
of John Aspinall, gent., of Leamington. B. at Kenilworth. 
Schools, Leamington College and private. Matric. Lent, 1872; 
B.A. 1875; M.A. 1879; M.D. 1883. M.R.C.P. 1883. Medical 
Registrar and Tutor, Westminster Hospital; Resident Clinical 
Assistant, Bethlehem Royal HospitaL Physician, Great 
Northern Central Hospital. Practised in Wimpole Street. 
Died Oct. 10, 1906, in London, aged 54, from blood poisoning, 
'contracted in the practice of his profession.' {Venn, ii. 402; 
Scott, MSS.; Medical Directories; The Times, Oct. 11, 1906.) 



Sykes, Edward 

SYFRET, STEPHEN BOXER. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1883. 
S. of E. J. M., Esq., of Cape Town, S. Africa. School, 
Diocesan College, Cape Town. Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 
1886; M.B. and B.Chir., 1889. At St George's Hospital. 
House Surgeon, West London Hospital. Of Rondebosch, 
South Africa in 1900; of Mowbray, in 1910. Sometime 
additional District surgeon at Wynberg. Brother of the next. 
{Medical Directories.) 

SYFRET, WALKER HENRY. Adm. at Trinity Hall, i88i. S. 
of E. J. M., Esq., of Cape Town, S. Africa. Matric. Michs. 
1881; B.A. and LL.B. 1884. A 'barrister at law.' Died 
Jan. 28, 1887, at Rondebosch, Cape Town, aged 25. Brother 
of the above. {Univ. Almanack.) 

SYKES, ALBERT EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 13, 
1865. S. of Edward, manufacturer (and Mary). B. Dec. 31, 
1844, at Stainland, Yorks. Bapt. May 30, 1847. Matric. 
Michs. 1865; B.A. 1869. Admitted at the Middle Temple, 
June 1, 1868. Called to the Bar, June 7, i873- A Special 
Pleader. On the North-Eastem Circuit. (Law Lists.) 

SYKES, ARTHUR ALKIN (i88(^ , see SIKES. 

SYKES, CHARLES EDWARD. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1893. 
2nd s. of John (1837), assistant Secretary, Education Office, 
of 38, Kensington Square, London, W. B. Nov. 8, 1873, in 
Kensington. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1893; 
B.A. 1896; M.A. 1903. A teacher under the London School 
Board, 1897-8; Assistant Master at Weymouth College, 1898. 
Assistant Secretary at the Goldsmiths' Technical and 
Recreative Institute, New Cross, London, 1898-1900. Junior 
Inspector, Board of Education, 1901 ; Assistant Secretary 
(Statistics) and later, of the Welsh Dept. Of 51, Argyle Road, 
London, W. and of The Chantry, Wilton, Salisbury in 1946. 
Died at Wilton, Feb. 14, 1950. {Schoolmasters' Directories; 
The Times, Feb. 16, 1950.) 

SYKES, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 16, 
1792. [3rd] s. of Sir Christopher [2nd] Bart. (Brasenose 
College, Oxford, 1767), of Sledmere, Yorks. (and Elizabeth, 
dau. of William Tutton, of Withenshaw, Cheshire). [B. 
Oct. 18, 1774.1 School, Macclesfield. Matric. Easter, 1796; 
B.A. 1797. Ord. deacon (London, Litt. dim. from York), 
Apr. 30, 1797; priest (York), Oct. 13, 1799; C. of Kirby- 
Grindalythe, Yorks., 1797. P.C. of Scampston, 1802-9. R. of 
Hilston, 1809-57 and of Roos, 1819-57. Married, May 14, 
1799, Lucy Dorothea, dau. of Henry Langford, of Stockport. 
Died Nov. 9, 1857, at Roos rectory. {St John's Coll. Adm. 
IV. 503; Foster, Index Eccles.; Clergy List; G. Mag., 1857, ". 
684.) 

SYKES, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 27. 1848. 
[2nd s. of Sir Tatton, 4th Bart. (Brasenose College, Oxford, 
1788) (for whom see D.N.B.) (and Mary Anne, 2nd dau. of 
Sir Wmiam Foulis, 7th Bart.). B. Jan. 10, 1831. School, 
Rugby.] Matric. Michs. 1848. Of Brantinghamthorpe, 
Yorks. M.P. for Beverley, 1865-8; for the East Riding of 
Yorks., 1868-85; for the Buckrose Division (East Riding), 
1885-6 and 1886-92. J. P. and D.L. for the East Riding of 
Yorks. Order of St Lazarus of Belgium, 1879. Intimate 
friend of the Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII. The 
'Mr Brauncepath' of Disraeli's Lothair. Died, umnarried, 
Dec. 15, 1898, in London. The Prince erected a tablet to his 
memory in Westminster Abbey. [Rugby Sch. Reg.; Scott, 
MSS.; Burke, P. and B.; Who's Who; the Times, Dec. 17, 
1898; Christopher Sykes, Four Studies in Loyalty.) 

SYKES, DANIEL. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, June 26, 
1783. S. of Joseoh, of Hull (and Dorothy, dau. of Nicholas 
Twigge, of Bakewell, Derbs.). [B. Nov. 12, 1766.] School, 
Pocklington, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1784; Scholar, 1786; 
B.A. (i4iA Wrangler) 1788; M.A. 1791. Fellow, 1790. Adm. 
at the Middle Temple, Dec. 22, 1787. Called to the Bar, 
June 14, 1793. Joined the firm of Joseph Sykes and Co., 
iron-merchants, of Hull. Recorder of Hull, 1817-30. M.P. 
for Hull, 1820-30; for Beverley, 1830-2. Of Raywell. J. P. 
for the East Riding. Married, 1795, Isabella, dau. of Matthew 
Wright, of Stamford Bridge. Died.Jan. 24, 1832. Brother of 
Joseph N. (1777) and Richard (i773)- (Foster, Baronetage; 
Return of M.P.s; Venn, Family Annals; G. Payne.) 

SYKES, DANIEL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 14, 
1820. [5th] s. of Nicholas, of Cottingham Hall, Yorks. (and 
Mary, dau. of John Cam, of Hereford). B. there, Jan. 9, 1801. 
School, Bingley. Matric. Michs. 1820; B.A. 1825. Of Kirk 
Ella, near Hull. Married, Jan. 14, 1830, Catharine, youngest 
dau. of James Phillipps, Esq., of Bryngwyn, Heref. Died in 
1900. (Walford, County Families, which confuses Um with 
the above; Venn, Family Annals, 260.) 

SYKES, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magdalene, Apr. 21, 
1832. S. of Edward, Esq., of ThornhiU, near Wakefield (and 
Elizabeth Gratrix). School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 
1832; B.A. 1836. 



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SYKES, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 13, i88r. S. 
of Henry Marshall, of Roundhay Grange, Leeds. B. there, 
Apr. 19, 1862. School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 
1884; M.A. 1890. Ord. deacon (Durham), 1886; priest, 1887; 
C. of St Paul's, Gateshead, 1886-9. C. of St Ignatius, Hendon, 
Durham, 1889^2. V. of St Paul's, West Hartlepool, 1894- 
1901. V. of Whitworth, Co. Durham, 1901-4. V. of Silksworth, 
1904-10. V. of St Ignatius, Hendon, Durham, 1910-23. R. of 
Sedgefield, 1923-30. Hon. Canon of Durham, 1913-37. 
Chaplain to the Bishop of Durham, 1920. Married, July 7, 
1891, Frances Mary, dau. of Francis Retson, of Sunderland. 
Latterly of Whitcliffe Lodge, Ripon, where he died Nov. 8, 
1937. Brotherof Henry (1879). (Repton Sch. Reg.; Crockford; 
The Times, Nov. 10, 1937.) 

SYKES, EDWIN STANLEY. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 1873. 
[S. of Samuel, of Roundhay, Leeds. B. Nov. 18, 1855, at 
Leeds. School, Leeds Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 
1877; M.A. 1880. Ord. deacon (Durham) 1878; priest, 1879; 
C. of St John's, Sunderland, 1878-85. C. of Men-ington, 1885- 
7. C. of Boldon, 1887-92. V. of Hedworth, 1892-1912. Died 
Feb. 23, 19 1 2. (Leeds Gr. Sch. Adm. Book; Crockford; The 
Guardian, Mar. i, 1912.) 

SYKES, ERNEST RUTHVEN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 14, 
1886. [Youngest] s. of Major Cam [48th Regt.], of 9, Belve- 
dere, Weymouth (and Emily, dau. of Henry Sykes Thornton). 
B. Dec. 29, 1867, at Weymouth. School,' ' Vicarsbrook,' 
Cambridge (private) [and Eton]. Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 
1889. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, Nov. 17, 1891. On the 
Western Circuit. Married, Feb. i2, 1907, Gladys Bertha, 
2nd dau. of James Cosmo Melville. Of Littlemayne, Dor- 
chester in 1946. Brotherof Henry J. (1880). (Eton Sch. Lists; 
Law Lists; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The Times, 
Feb. 14, 1907.) 

SYKES, FRANCIS BERNARD. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1892. 
S. of Thomas Gaskell, Esq., of La Martinidre College, Luck- 
now, India. B. Dec. 18, 1873. School, Colwyn Bay (Mr T. G. 
Osborn). Matric. Easter, 1892; B..\. 1895. Adm. at Gray's 
Inn, June 17, 1896. Called to the Indian Bar, June 17. 1896. 
Second Lieut., R.A., igoo; Lieut., 1901. Served in the 
South African War, 1898-1901. Transferred to R.H.A., 1906; 
Captain, 1911; Major, 1914. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Egypt, Gallipoli, France, with N.Z. forces ; mentioned 
in despatches 5 times; D.S.O., 1915; temp. Lieut. -Col., 1915; 
bar to D.S.O., 1919). Brevet Lieut.-Col., 1919. Married, 
191 1, Alice Augusta, dau. of the Rev. H. C. Watson, V. of 
Gainford, Durham, and had issue. (Law Lists; Army Lists; 
The V.C. and D.S.O.) 

SYKES, Sir FRANCIS WILLIAM, Bart. Adm. FeU.-Com. at 
St John's, May 3, 1817. [Eldest s. of Sir Francis William, 
2nd Bart. (Queen's College, Oxford, 1785) (and Mary Anne, 
eldest dau. of the Hon. Major Henniker). B. Aug. S, 1799. 
School, Eton. Had succeeded his father as 3rd Bart., Mar. 7, 
1804.] Matric. Michs. 1817; M.A. 1819. Of Basildon Park, 
Berks. Married, Aug. 8, 182 1, Henrietta, dau. of Henry 
Villebois, of Marham Hall, Norfolk, and had issue. Died 
Apr. 6, 1843. Brother of William (1818) ; father of Frederic H. 
(1853). (Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, P. and B.) 

SYKE3, FRANK MORRIS. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H. Oct. i, 
1897. [S. of William, M.D., of Paignton.] B. June 12, 1879- 
[School, Malvern College.] Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900; 
M.A. 1908. Assistant Master at Norwich Grammar School, 
1900-1. Ord. deacon (Wakefield) 1902; priest, 1903; C. of 
Halifax, 1902-9. V. of Holy Trinity, Halifax, 1909-19. 
T.C.F., 1915-19 (mentioned in despatches 1917 and 1918; 
O.B.E. 1919). Vice-Principal, Ordination Test School, 
Knutsford, 1919-21. V. of St John-the-Evangelist with 
St Michael's, Middlesbrough, 1921-30. Canon of York, 1929. 
R. of Whitby, 1930-9. Disappears from Crockford, 1940. 
(Malvern Coll. Reg.) 

SYKES, FREDERIC GALLAND. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 20, 1853. S. of John, merchant (and Hannah). B. at 
Leeds. Bapt. May 9, 1834. Matric. Michs. 1853; Scholar; 
B.A. (24th Wrangler) 1857; M.A. i860. Assistant Master at 
Lancing, 1857-9. Ord. deacon (Winchester) July 4, 1858; 
priest (Oxford) 1859; C. of Cohibrook, Bucks., 1858-60. C. 
of Slough, 1860-4. V. of Dunsforth, Yorks., 1865-1911, 
and Chaplain of Great Ousebum, 1880-1911. Married, July 
21, 1866, .Mice Mary, 2nd dau. of the Rev. T. Atkinson, 
V. of Great Ousebum. Latterly of 15, Langcliffe Avenue, 
Harrogate, where he died May 27, 1912, aged 78. (Eagle, 
XXXIV, 268; Crockford; The Times, May 28, 1912.) 

SYKES, FREDERIC HENRY. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Downing, 
July 5, 1853. [2nd s. of Sir Francis William, 3rd Bart. (1817) 
(and Henrietta, dau. of Henry Villebois). B. Feb. 12, 1826.] 
Did not reside. Had entered the Army, 1844; Lieut, and 
Captain, nth Hussars, and Royal Horse Guards. Succeeded 
his brother, Francis William as 5th Bart., Jan. i, i86o. Of 



Sykes, Mark 

Seafield Park, Crof ton, near Famham, and Holcombe House, 
Dawlish. J. P. for Devon and Hants. Married, Jan. 5, 1867, 
Caroline, dau. of J. Bettesworth, of Hayling, Hants., and had 
issue. Died Jan. 20, 1899. (Burke, P. and B.; Walford, 
County Families.) 
SYKES, GODFREY. Adm. sizar at Sidney, June 30, 1789. 
Only s. of Dennis, cutler, of Sheffield. B. there, Jan. 18, 1772. 
School, Hawkshead, Lanes. (Rev. W. Taylor and Rev. T. 
Bowman). Matric. Michs. 1789; B.A. (loth Wrangler) 1793; 
M.A. 1796. Fellow. 

SYKES, GODFREY MILNES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Oct. 22, 1832. S. of Godfrey. B. [Dec. 15, 1814], in London. 
School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1833; Scholar, 1836; 
B.A. (26th Wrangler) 1837; M...\. 1840. Migrated to Downing, 
Jan. 1841. Fellow of Downing, 1842. Ord. deacon (Ely) 
1843; priest, 1849. R. of East Hatley, and V. of Tadlow, 
Cambs., 1854-77. Married, 1854, Mary Anne, dau. of Edward 
Mason. Died June 3, 1877. (List of Carthusians; Crockford; 
R. L. Arrowsmith.) 

SYKES, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, Oct. r, 1879. S. 
of Henry Marshall, Esq. [of Roundhay Grange, Leeds.] B. 
[Jan. 18, 1859], at Glednon, Chapel Allerton, Leeds. School, 
Repton. Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1890. Ord. 
deacon (Hereford) 1883; priest, 1884; C. of All Saints, 
Hereford, 1883-5. Missionary (C.M.S.) at Ramleh, Syria, 
1886-8; at Jaffa, 1888-9; at Salt, 1888-96; at Nazareth, 
1896-1901; at Jerusalem, 1901-4. Secretary, C.M.S. Palestine 
Mission, 1904-20. V. of Yealand Conyers, Lanes., 1924-7. 
Died Oct. 11, 1927. Brother of Edward (1881). (Repton Sch. 
Reg. ; Ridley Hall List ; Crockford.) 

SYKES, HENRY JOSEPH. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pembroke, 
Oct. II, 1880. Eldest s. of Major Cam, banker [late 48th Foot], 
of Weymouth (and Emily, dau. of Henry Sykes Thornton). 
B. there. [School, Eton.] Matric. Michs., 1880; B.A. 1884. 
Partner in the Wilts, and Dorset bank; sometime manager 
of the Poole and Parkestone branches. Of 'Greystoke,' 
Canford Cliffs, Bournemouth. Died Sept. 29, 1949. Brother 
of Ernest R. (1886). (Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Eton 
School Lists; The limes, Oct. i, 1949.) 

SYKES, JOE COMBERMERE. Matric. Non-CoU. Easter, 1882. 

SYKES, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 1810. Matric. 
.Michs. 1810; B.A. 1814. 

SYKES, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, Apr. 17, 1837. 
Eldest s. of John, of Cambridge. B. [Nov. 26, 1817], at 
Melton Mowbray, Leics. Matric. Michs. 1837; Scholar; B.A. 
(yd Wrangler) 1841; M.A. 1844. FeUow, 1841-65. Examiner 
and Assistant Secretary, Committee of Council on Education, 
1852-92. Married, 1865, Mary, eldest dau. of Charles Baker, 
of Doncaster. Died June 27, 1894. Father of Charles E. 
(1893); brother of William (1843). (Sir J. C. G. Sykes.) 

SYKES, JOHN HENRY, .■^dm. pens, at Trinity, May 13, 1842; 
from Brasenose College, Oxford, whence he nad matric. 
Jan. 21, 1841, age 19. [S. of Joseph, of Wakefield, Yorks. 
(and Elizabeth, dau. of Gardiner Egginton, of Ferriby). 
B. .\ug. 31, 1822.] Matric. Michs. 1842; B.A. 1846; M.A. 
1849. R. of Foxholes, Yorks., 1848-50. Died July 22, 1850, 
aged 28. (Al. Oxon.; Foster, Baronetage; G. Mag., 1850, 11. 
4+7.) 

SYKES, JOSEPH ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Oct. 11, 1887. [Only s. of Daniel, of Oaklands, Almondsbury, 
Gloucs. (and Margaret Rose, eldest dau. of William Dealtry, 
Esq., C.M.G.). [B. Nov. 8, 1868.] School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1887. A director of Sykes' brewery at Bristol. Died 
in Cairo, Feb. 2, 1892. (Walford, County Families; Foster, 
Baronetage; Eton Coll. Reg.) 

SYKES, JOSEPH NICHOLAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
July 4, 1777. S. of Joseph, of Hull. School, Pocklington, 
Yorks. Brother of Daniel (1783) and Richard (i773)- 

SYKES, MARK. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, Oct. 1897. 
[Only] s. of Sir Tatton, 5th Bart. (Christ Church, Oxford, 
1844) (and Jessica, eldest dau. of the Rt. Hon. George 
.\ugustus Frederic Cavendish Bentinck, M.P.). B. [Mar. 16, 
1879], at Sledmere, Yorks. Received into the Roman 
CathoUc Church at the age of 3. Schools, Beaumont College, 
and in Monaco and Brussels for short periods. Matric. Michs. 
1897. Travelled in the Near East, in Turkey and Mesopotamia 
and published amusing accounts of his wanderings. Private 
Secretary to George Wyndham in Dublin, 1904-5. Hon. 
.-^ttachii to the British Embassy in Turkey, 1905-7. M.P. for 
Central Hull, 1911-19. Succeeded as 6th Bart., 1913. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-19 (Hon. Col., East Yorks. Regt. 
and General Staff; mentioned in Sec. of State's List for 
• valuable services ' ; Order of St Stanislas, 2nd Class (Russia) ; 
Commander, Order of the Star of Rouraania). 'Largely 
responsible for the Sykes- Picot Agreement, 1916, by which 
definite spheres of interest in the Near East were assigned to 



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Sykes, Richard 

Russia, France and Great Britain.' Chief Adviser on Near 
Eastern policy; in Egypt, 1916 and 1917; in Palestine, 1918, 
Chan;ipion of Arab independence. Married, Oct. 28, 1903. 
Edith Violet, 3rd dau. of Sir John Eldon Gorst, and had issue. 
Author, Ihrougkfive Turkish Provinces; Dar ul-lslam; Five 
Mansions of the House ofOthman; 2 he Caliph's Last Heritage. 
Died Feb. ifa, 1919, in Paris, while attending the Peace 
Conference; buried at Sledmere. (D.N.B.; Who was Who; 
Shane Leslie, Mark Sykes, his Life and Letters.) 

SYKES, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, June 29, 
1773. S. of Joseph, of Hull. School, HuU. Matric. 17731 
B.A. 1777; M.A. 1780. In Holy Orders. Sometime C. of Hull. 
Married, Mary, dau. of James Rowe, Esq., of Cheshire, and 
had issue. Died Mar. 4, 1832, aged 76. Brother of Joseph N. 
(1777) and Daniel (1783). (G. Mag., 1832, i. 375; Walford, 
County Families.) 

SYKES, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Apr. 2, 1818. 2nd 
s. of Sir Francis WilUam [2nd] Bart. (Queen's College, Oxford, 
1785) [and Mary Anne, eldest dau. of the Hon. Major 
Henniker]. B. Sept. 25, 1800. Schools, Stratford (Mr Burford) 
and Eton. Matric. Michs. 1818; B.A. 1824; M.A. 1829. Adm. 
ad eundem at Oxford, 1848. V. of Cullompton, Devon, 1834- 
57. Married, Dec. 7, 1821, Anna Maria Heath, only dau. of 
Edward Gattey, of Harefield House, Devon. Latterly of 
The Grotto, Basildon, Berks. R. of Thornham, Suffolk, 
1872-5. Died June 3, 1875. Brother of Francis W. (1817); 
father of William B. (1841). (.il. Oxon.; Burke, P. and B.; 
Crockford; Clergy List.) 

SYKES, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 12, 1843. 
[S. of John, of Cambridge. B. Nov. 21, 1823, at Melton 
Mowbray.] Matric. Michs. 1843; B.A. 1847; M.A. 1850. 
Cricket 'blue,' 1844. V. of Dorrington, Lines., 1862-86. Fell 
upon evil time.s, being employed selling bootlaces in London 
streets, c. 1902. Died Feb. 13, 1915, at Rowton House, 
Vauxhall, London. Brother of John (1837). {Crockford; 
Sir J. C. G. Sykes; Oxford and Cambridge Scenes and Biogs.) 

SYKES, WILLIAM BENYON. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Sept. 22, 
1841. Eldest s. of the Rev. William (1818), V. of Cullompton, 
Devon. B. Oct. 23, 1822. School, Ottery St Mary (Mr 
Cornish). Matric. Michs. 1841. Died, s.p. (Burke, P. and B.) 

SYKES, WILLIAM SLATER. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 6, 

1883. S. of the Rev. John Poulett [V. of RathmeU, near 
Settle, Yorks.]. B. [Apr. 17, 1865], at the Parsonage, Aust- 
wick, Yorks. School, Giggleswick. Matric. Michs. 1883; 
exhibitioner; B.A. 1886; M.A. 1891. Ord. deacon (York) 
1888; priest, 1889; C. of Kimberworth, Yorks., 1888-9. C. of 
Goole, 1889-91. C. of St Matthias, Sheffield, 1891-5. C. of 
Millom, Cumberland, 1895-1900. V. of Eskdale, 1900-4. V. 
of Wilcot, Wilts., 1904-9. Lie. Pr., dio. of Winchester, 1909- 
10; dio. of Chester, 1920-. Married, June 15, 1892, Mary, 
eldest dau. of T. Jepson, solicitor, of Southport, Lanes. 
Latterly of 125, Beresford Road, Birkenhead, where he died, 
Feb. 3, 1951. [Giggleswick Sch. Reg.; Crockford; The Church 
Times, Feb. 8, 195 1.) 

SYLE, HENRY WINTER. Adm. pens, at St John's, Sept. 3, 
1867. S. of Edward, clerk (and Jane Mary). B. Nov. 9, 1846, 
in Shanghai, China. Bapt. Jan. 17, 1847. Matric. Michs. 
1867. (Matrics. and Degrees, 1851-1900, calls him 'Style.') 

SYLVESTER, EDWARD THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 13, i860. S. of John Gordon Ansell [and Mary]. B. at 
Burford, Oxon. Bapt. June 24, 1835. Did not reside. Ord. 
deacon (Peterb.) i860; priest, 1861; C. of Harringworth, 
Northants., 1860-5. C. of Deene, 1865-72; R. of Deene, 
1872-95. Died Aug. 23, 1895. [Northants. Clergy, xiii. 133.) 

SYLVESTER, JAMES JOSEPH. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, 
July 7, 1831. [Youngest] s. of Abraham Joseph, Esq. B. 
[Sept. 3, 1814], in London. [School, Royal Institution, 
Liverpool.] Matric. Michs. 1831; {2nd Wrangler, 1837); B.A. 
1872; M.A. 1872. Hon. Sc.D. 1890. Hon. FeUow, 1880. 
Being a Jew, did not take his degree until 1S72. B.A. and 
M.A., Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1841; LL.D., 1865. M.A., Oxford, 

1884. Adm. at the Inner Temple, July 29, 1846. Called to 
the Bar, Nov. 22, 1850. Professor of Natural Philosophy at 
University College, London, 1837-41. F.R.S., 1839; Royal 
medal, 1861; Copley medal, 1S80. Professor of Mathematics 
at Virginia, U.S.A., 1841-5. Connected with a firm of 
actuaries, 1845-55. Professor of Mathematics at the Royal 
Military Academy, Woolwich, 1855-70. President, London 
Mathematical Society, 1866; De Morgan medal, 1887. 
President, Mathematical and Physical Section, British 
Association, 1869. Professor of Mathematics at Johns 
Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1877-83. Savilian Professor 
of Geometry at Oxford, 1883-97. Fellow of New College. 



Symes, Thomas Legge 

Hon. ScD., Dublin, 1865; Hon. LL.D., Edinburgh, 1871; 
Hon. D.C.L.i Oxford, 1880. Author, mathematical. Resided 
latterly in London. Died, unmarried, Mar. 15, 1897. (Eagle, 
XIX. 596, XX. 93; Law Lists; Foster, Men at the Bar; D.N.B.; 
Proc. Roy. Soc. (1898), ix. 63.) 

SYLVESTER, The Rev. WILLIAM THOMAS MAINWARING. 

Adm. as a 'Ten-year man,' at Sidney, 1856. Ord. deacon and 
priest, 1851; C. of Howden, Yorks., 1851-5. R. of Castleford, 
Yorks., 1855-88. Disappears from Crockford, 1889. [Clergy 
List.) 

SYMES, EDGAR CHARLES. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1894. 
6th s. of the Rev. Thomas Legge (1849), R. of St Keyne, 
CornwaU. B. there, Jan. 1, 1875. School, Christ's Hospital. 
Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897; M.A. 1902. Ord. deacon 
(Carlisle) 1899; priest, 1900; C. of St George's, Kendal, 
Westmorland, 1899-1903. C. of St Keyne, Cornwall, 1903-5; 
R. there, 1905-19. V. of Bitteswell, Leics., 1919-25- K. of 
West Parley, Dorset, 1925-46. Of Wheal Pye, Travannance 
Lane, St Agnes, Cornwall, where he died Dec. 30, 1950. 
[Crockford; 2 he 2imes, Jan. i, i95i-) 

SYMES, ERNEST. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 6, 1890. Schoo 
Craigmore College, Bristol. Matric. Michs. 1890. 

SYMES, GEORGE BOWLES. Adm. pens, at Queens', Feb. 16, 
1808. Of Gloucs. [S. of R., Esq., of Westbury-on-Trym.] 
Matric. Michs. 1808. Died Mar. 2, 1821, 'late undergraduate 
of Queens', Cambridge.' (C. R. Hudleston; Felix Farley's 
Bristol Journal, Mar. 10, 1821.) 

SYMES, JOHN ELLIOTSON. Adm. a scholar at Downing, 
Oct. 11, 1867. Of Bourdon House, Berkeley Square, London. 
[B. 1847.] Matric. Michs. 1867; B.A. 1871; M.A. 1874- 
President of the Union, 1870. Ord. deacon (Chichester) 1873; 
priest, 1875. Assistant Master at Lancing College, 1872-5. 
Cambridge University Extension Lecturer, 1875-81. Second 
1 Master at the Royal Grammar School, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 
1 880-1. Professor of English Literature at University 
College, Nottingham, 1881-96; Principal, 1890-1912. Author, 
Political Economy; Companion to English History. Resided 
latterly in London. Died Mar. 31, 1921, aged 73, at Palermo. 
(Lancing Coll. Reg.; Crockford; 2 he limes, Apr. 2, 1921.) 

SYMES, JOHN LANGFORD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 2, i860. Of Dublin. Matric. Michs. i860; B.A. 1864. 

SYMES, REGINALD. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1900. Eldest s. 
of .\lfred, stockbroker, of Clarendon Road, .Margate. B. 
Sept. 13, 1881, at Broxboume, Herts. School, Marlborough 
College. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. and LL.B. 1903. Called 
to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1905. On the South-Eastern 
Circuit. Called to the Bar of British Columbia, 1912. Of 
2810, S.W. Marine Drive, Vancouver in 1932. Died in 1948. 
(Law Lists.) 

SYMES, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 24) at Jesus, July 6, 1820. 
S. of Richard, attorney, of Bridgwater, Somerset. B. there. 
School, Blundell's, Tiverton. Matric. Michs. 1820; B.A. 
1824; M.A. 1827. Ord. deacon, 1825; priest, 1825. C. of 
Yatton, Somerset, -1841-3. V. of Cleeve-in-Yatton, 1843-86. 
Preb. of Wells. Died Oct. 18, 1886, aged 90. (Blundell's 
Sch. Reg.; Crockford; The Guardian, Oct. 27, 1886.) 

SYMES, RONALD. .A.dm. pens, at Trinity, May 27, 1889. 
[Younger] s. of Herbert William, of Colebrooke House, 
Pagham, Sussex. B. Feb. 22, 1870, in London. School, 
Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892; M.A. 1896. 
Ord. deacon (Wakefield) 1900; priest, 1901; C. of All Saints 
Cathedral, Wakefield, 1900-2. C. of King's Norton, Warws., 
1902-4. V. of St Matthew's, Duddeston, Birmingham, 1904-6. 
V. of Walkeringham, Notts., 1906-9. R. of Halesowen, 
Worcs., 1909-12. V. and Rural Dean of Kendal, Westmorland, 
1912-22. V. of Barrow-in-Furness, 1923-6. V. of St Paul's, 
Carlisle, 1926-8. Hon. Canon of Carlisle, 1920. Married, 
Apr. 12, 1910, Violet Julia, only dau. of the Rev. W. A. Rouse, 
sometime V. of Walkeringham, Notts. Died Feb. 26, 1935, at 
Parkstone, Dorset. (Uppingham Sch. Roll; Crockford; The 
Times, Mar. i, i935-) 

SYMES, THOMAS LEGGE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Mar. 26, 1849. S. of Thomas (and Agnes). B. [Sept. 16, 1830], 
at Long Bredy, Dorset. School, Crewkeme Grammar. 
Matric. Michs. 1849; B.A. 1853; M.A. 1856. Ord. deacon 
(Exeter) 1855; priest, 1856; C. of Redruth, Cornwall, 1855-60. 
C. of Martock, Somerset, 1860-4. C. of Queen Camel, 1864- 
70. R. of St Keyne, Cornwall, 1870-1904. Married, Nov. 8, 
1859, Clarinda, 5th dau. of Matthew Henry Eade, of Redruth. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1905. Father of Edgar C. (1894). 
(Boase, Collect. Cornub., 952.) 



Symes-Thompson, Henry Edmund 

SYMES-THOMPSON, HENRY EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Aug. I, 1891. S. of Edmund, M.D., F.R.C.P. (for whom see 
D.N.B.) (and Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. Henry George 
Watkins). B. at 3, Upper George Street, Bryanston Square, 
London. School, Winchester College. Matric. Michs. 1891; 
B.A. 1894; M.A. 1898; B.Chir. and M.D. 1903. At St George's 
Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1900; M.R.C.P., 1903. House 
Surgeon and House Physician at the Westminster Hospital. 
Physician, Royal Northern Hospital. House Physician, 
St George's Hospital. Of 5 a Portman Mansions, London, W. 
Married, Jan. 6, 1910, Carohne Ada, youngest dau. of the 
Rev. Richard J. Tacon, R. of RoUesby, Norfolk. Latterly 
of Finmere House, near Buckingham. Died at O.xford, 
Jan. iS, 1952. {Winchester Coll. Reg.; Peile, 11. 767; 
Medical Directories; Who's Who; The Times, Jan. zi, 1952). 
SYMMONS (or SIMONDS), The Rev. CHARLES. .-\dm. a 'Ten- 
year man,' at Cl.\re, Feb. 14, 1776. [Youngest s. of John, 
M.P., of St Martin's, London, and Llanstinan, M.P. for 
Cardigan, 1746-61. B. at Pembroke, 1749. School, West- 
minster; at Glasgow University, 1766.] Matric. Michs. 1785; 
B.D. (Stat. Eliz.) 1786. Inco'rp. at Jesus College, Oxford, 
1794; D.D. (Oxford) 1794. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 20, 
1765. Ord., 1775. R. of Narberth with Robeston, Pembroke- 
shire, 1778-94. Preb. of St David's. R. of Lampeter Velfrey, 
1794-1826. 'Of strong Whig principles, he was at one time 
under suspicion in certain quarters in the University and 
decided to migrate to Oxford.' The immediate cause of this 
move was stated to be that he feared certain expressions he had 
allowed himself in a sermon at Great St Mary's would 
prejudice his chances of qualifying for the D.D. Married, 
1779, Elizabeth, dau. of John Foley of Ridgeway, Pembroke- 
shire, and had issue. Author of Poems; A Life of Milton; 
A Life of Shakespeare and The Aeneis of Virgil Translated. 
Edited Milton's Prose Works. Sometime Editor of The British 
Press. Resided latterly at Chiswick. Died Apr. 27, 1826. 
{Record of Old Westminsters; Gunning, i. 311; D.N.B.) 
SYMNS, JOHN EDWARD. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 3, 
1854. S. of Edward Mountford, schoolmaster [and Hannah]. 
B. at Kington, Herefordshire. Bapt. Nov. 8, 1835. School, 
Kington Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1854; Scholar; B..\. 
{2srd Wrangler] 1858; M.A. 1862. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1858; 
priest (Bath and Wells) 1868; C. of Chudleigh-Knighton, 
Devon (and Assistant Master at Pynsent's School), 1858-61. 
Assistant Master at the Forest School, Walthamstow, 1861-2. 
Vice-Principal of Bath Proprietary College, 1862-75. C. of 
St John's, Bathwick, 1868-71. Head Master and Chaplain of 
Bancroft's School, Woodford, Essex, 1875-1906. Married 
Jan. 3, 1867, Mary, 2nd dau. of Robert Corser, Esq., of Notting 
Hill, and had issue. Died May 23, 1906, at Woodford Wells, 
Essex. Father of the next. {Eagle, xxviii, 214; Fox-Davies; 
Armorial Families (which gives 1837 for date of birth); 
Crockford; The Times. May 25, 1906.) 
SYMNS, JOHN MONTFORT. .'^dm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1898. [2nd] 
s. of the Rev. John Edward (above), Head Master of Ban- 
croft's School, Woodford Wells, Essex [and Mary Corser]. 
B. Jan. II, 1879, in London. School, Aldenham. Matric. 
Michs. 1S98; exhibitioner; B.A. 1901; M.A. 1905. Assistant 
Master at a prep. School at Exmouth, 1902; at Rottingdean 
School, 1903; at Sutherland House School, Windlesham, 
1905-6. Principal of the Diocesan Boys' School, Rangoon, 
1907-8. Inspector (and afterwards Director of Public 
Instruction) in the Indian Educational Service, Burma; 
retired, 1935. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Major, 
I.A.R.O.; General Staff Officer). Married, Jan. 3, 1907, 
Fides Irene, eldest dau. of E. A. Tewson, Esq., of Tunbridge 
Wells, and had issue. Author: Horace in Burma; The Pagoda 
and the Poet; J he Mark of the East and other Poems, etc. Died 
June 17, 1945, at Pilgrim's Rest, St Stephen's, Canterbury. 
{Venn, 11. 559; Univ. War List; Schoolmasters' Directories; 
The Times, June 19, 1946.) 
SYMONDS, BENJAMIN. Adm. as a 'Ten-year man' at Trinity, 

Aug. 28, 1772. 
SYMONDS, BENJAMIN LEGGE. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1881. Of Dorset. Matric. Michs. i88i; B.A. 1884; 
M.A. i388. Ord. deacon (Gloucester and Bristol) 1885; priest, 
i8Sb; C. of Clifton, Bristol, 1885-9. R. of Haversham, Bucks., 
1889-1929. Latterly of Langton House, Castlethorpe, Bucks. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1940. 
SYMONDS, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Christ's. Oct. 7, 1880. 
S. of Charles Price. B. [Feb. 15, i860], at the HaU, Onnskirk. 
Schools, Ormskirk Grammar and private. Matric. Michs. 
1880. Resided four terms. {Peile, 11. 676.) 
SYMONDS, HERBERT. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1886. 
SYMONDS, JAMES. .A.dm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, May 17, 1796. 
S. of James, of Great Yarmouth. B. there [Jan. 13, i779]- 
Schools, Ditchingham, Norfolk (Mr Francis) and Charter- 
house. Matric. Michs. 1797; B.A. 1801; M.A. 1804. Ord. 



Symonds, Septimus 

deacon (Norwich) Sept. 20, 1801; priest, Dec. 29, 1813; C. of 
Hemsby, Norfolk, 1801-7. Of Ormesby, Norfolk. J. P. and 
D.L. for Norfolk. Married Janet, dau. of James Fish, of 
Great Y'armouth, and had issue. Died Jan. 26, 1847, in 
London. {Venn, 11. 130; G. Mag., 1847, i. 447.) 
SYMONDS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Clare, May 25, 1835. [Eldest 
s. of John, of Falmouth (and Mary Ann, dau. of Nicholas 
Spry SyTnons, of St Mawes).] B. 1815, at Falmouth. Matric. 
Michs. 1835; B.A. 1839. Ord. deacon, 1840; priest, 1840; 
C. of Mylor and Mabe, Cornwall, 1840-5. C. of Falmouth, 
1845-9. C. of St Gluvias, 1850-4. V. of Baldhu, 1855-88. 
Married, Sept. 16, 1850, Charlotte Frances, eldest dau. of 
Charles Coode, of Bodmin. Died Mar. 9, 1888. Nephew of 
Samuel (1811). (Boase, Collect. Cornub., 941; Clergy List; 
Crockford; Cornwall Reg., 47.) 
SYMONDS, JOHN ASHBY. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 2, 1899. S. of 
John Fish, solicitor, of 20, Hertford Street, Chesterton, 
Cambridge (and Gertrude Catharine Whitehead). B. [June 1, 
1882], in Cambridge. Schools, Perse, Cambridge [and Ripon 
Grammar School]. Matric. Michs. 1899; B..\. 1903; M.A. 
1906. {Venn, ill. 399.) 
SYMONDS, JOHN LODER. Adm. Fell.-Com. at St John's, 
May 30, 1820. [Eldest s. of the Rev. Robert (Brasenose 
College, Oxford, 1786), R. of Hinton Waldrist, Berks, (and 
Maria, dau. of the Rev. John Loder, of Hinton Waldrist, 
Berks.). B. i8oi.] Matric. Lent, 1821. Of Hinton Waldrist 
Manor, Berks. Married Oct. 24, 1842, Emily, dau. of John 
Lloyd, of Tring, Herts. Died, s.p., 1875- (Burke, L.G.) 
SYMONDS, JOSHUA. Adm. pens, (age i6) at Magdalene, 
Jan. 27, 1777. S. of Samuel, chemist, of Shrewsbury. School, 
Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1777; B.A. 1781. 
SYMONDS, NATHANIEL HENRY. .■Vdm. pens, at Queens', 
Oct. 8, 1869. Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 1S80; M.A. 1906. Of 
51, Lensfleld Road, Cambridge in 1915. Died in Dec. 1929. 
SYMONDS, NOEL PARRY. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 10, 
1883. [5th] s. of James Frederick, sohcitor (and Mary 
Elizabeth, dau. of John Cleave, Clerk of the Peace for 
Hereford). B. Dec. 25, 1863, at Broomv Hill. School, 
Hereford Cathedral (Mr F. H. Tatham). Matric. Michs. 1883; 
B.A. 1886; M.A. 1891. Rowing 'blue,' 1885, 1886. Assistant 
Master at Bedford School, 1886-1923; Vice-Master, 1923-33. 
Married, Jan. 4, 1906, Mabel Ailoway, eldest dau. of the 
Rev. Henry Askwith, Preb. of Hereford, and had issue. 
Latterly of 48, de Parys Avenue, Bedford. Died Dec. 31, 
1943. Brother of Richard H. (1886). (Burke, L.G.; School- 
masters Directories; J he Times, Feb. 18, 1944.) 
SYMONDS, POOLEY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Dec. 11, 1828. 

Of Middlesex. Did not reside. 
SYMONDS (or SYMONDS-TAYLER), RICHARD HERBERT. 
Adm. at Trinity Hall, Oct. 1886. [6th] s. of James 
Frederick, Esq., of Okeleigh, Hereford (and .Mary Elizabeth, 
dau. of John Cleave) [B. July 27, 1867, at Hereford.] School, 
Hereford Cathedral. Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1890. Rowmg 
'blue,' 1S8S, 1889. .\ssumed, by Royal Licence, 1886, the 
additional name and arms of Tayler. Adm. solicitor, 1894; 
practised at Hereford (Messrs Humphreys and Symonds). Of 
Copelands, Holmer, Heref. Major, 4th (T.) Batt., The 
Shropshire Regt. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (O.C. 
reserve, Heref. Regt.). J. P. and D.L. for Herefordshire. 
Married, Jan. 17, 1894, Edith Sarah, 5th dau. of Henry 
Kmgsley, M.D., and had issue. Died Oct. 26, 1949- Brother 
of Noel P. (1883). {Lain Lists; Kelly's Handbook; Burke, 
L.G.; The Times, Oct. 29, 1949.) 
SYMONDS, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Clare, Oct. 6, 1811. [2nd 
s. of Samuel, merchant, of Fahnouth (and Jane, dau. of 
James Bolitho, of Constantine).] B. [1792] at Falmouth. 
Matric. Michs. 1812; B.A. 1816; M.A. 1819. Ord. deacon, 
1815- priest, 1816; C.-in-c. of St Crowan, Cornwall, 1815-18. 
R. of Philleigh, 1818-68. J. P. for ComwaU. Married 
Winifred, dau. of Henry Noye, of St Budock, and had issue. 
Died May 12, 1868. See 'Ihe Irial of Symonds versus Jago 
for libel at the Cornwall summer assizes at Bodmin, 1 uesday, 
Aug. 2nd, 1831; printed and sold by James Lake, 1831." 
Uncle of John (1835). {Clergy List; Crockford; Boase, 
Collect. Cornub.; Walford, County Families; Cornwall Reg. 47; 
Bib. Cornub.) 
SYMONDS, SEPTIMUS. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, June 18, 
1884. S. of DanieL B. at Alton [-Pancras], near Dorchester. 
Matric. Michs. 1884; Scholar; B.A. 1887; M.A. 1892. Ord. 
deacon (Chichester) 1890; priest, 1891; C. of Christ Church, 
Eastbourne, 1890-3. R. of Coton, Cambs., 1893-7. C. ot 
Grantchester (C. inc. of St Mark's, Cambridge), 1898-1918. V. 
of St Mark's, Cambridge, 1918-31. V. of Laleham, Middlesex, 
1931-4. C. of St Paul's, St Albans, Herts., 1934-50. Died 
at St Albans, Nov. 9, 1950. {Crockford; The Ttmes, Nov. 11, 
1950.) 



Symonds, Thomas Martin 

SYMONDS, THOMAS MARTIN. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 19, 1814. B. Apr. 13, 1796, in the parish of St James, 
Bury St Edmunds. School, Bury St Edmunds. Matnc. 
Michs. 1814; Scholar, 1814; B.A. 1818; M.A. 1821. Ord. 
deacon (Salisbury) June 6, 1819; priest (Peterb^ ^'^Tl,: 
Denford and Ringstead, Northants., 18 19. C. of E ton, 
Hunts. R. of BromesweU, Suffolk, 1838-43- R- °i Adwick-le- 
Street, Yorks., 1843-59- Married, Apr. 23, 1840 Anne, dau. 
of Valentine Jelly. Died Apr. 23, 1859. aged 04. (£'«''y 
St Edmunds Sch. List; Clergy List; Crockford; Northants. 
Clergy; G. Mag. 1840, 11. 88 and 1859, 1. 652.) 

SYMONDS, THOMAS POWELL. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 8, 1808. Of Herefordshire. [Eldest s. of the Rev. Joseph, 
deceased (St John's College, Oxford, 1781), R- of Dynedor 
and Abbey Dore (and Charlotte Bamford). B. 1789.] Matnc. 
Michs. 1808; Scholar, 1808; B.A. 1813; M.A i8i6. Ord. 
deacon (Salisbury) May 31, 1812; priest (Hereford) July 18. 
1813; C. of Hinton, Waldrist, Berks., 1812-13. C. of Foy 
Heref., 1813-19. Succeeded his uncle, Thomas PoweU 
Symonds, M.P., at Pengethly, Heref., 1819. Chaplam of the 
Union at Wigan, 1852-5. Of SeUack, near Ross, Heref., ]»b(,-g- 
Married, Apr. 1816, Elizabeth, dau. of Abraham Holden 
Turner, of Hendon, Middlesex, and had issue. Died Jan. 27, 
1869. (Burke, L.G.; Walford, County Families; Clergy List; 
The Register, i. 254.) 

SYMONDS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Caius, Nov. 23, 1849- S. 
of Stephen, calico-printer, of Manchester. B. 1832 in Maryle- 
bone, London. Schools, Bowdon, Cheshire, Portsmouth, 
Warrington, London and Congleton Grammar. Matnc. 
Michs. 1850; B.A. 1854; M.A. 1857. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 
1856; priest (Canterbury) 1859; C. of St Simon's, Salford, 
1856-8. C. of St John's, Croydon, 1858-61. C. of Chippen- 
ham, Wilts., 1861-4. C. of Alderley, Cheshire, 1864-7. C. of 
Tumham Green, Middlesex, 1867-70. R. of Greystoke, 
Cumberland, 1871-5. R. of Stockport, Cheshire, 1875-1919. 
Hon. Canon of Chester, 1886. Rural Dean of Stockport, 
1888. Married, Maria Sainsbury. Died Mar. 15, 1919- Father 
of William N. (1892). (Venn, 11. 292; Crockford.) 

SYMONDS, V/ILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 
1880. Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1926. Ord. 
deacon (York) 1883; priest, 1884; C. of Sale memorial Church, 
Dyer's Hill, Shefiield, 1883-4. C. of Idle, Yorks., 1885-90; 
V. there, 1890-3. V. of St Paul's, Derby, 1893-1921. R. of 
Little Comard, Sufiolk, 1921-34- Subsequently of Hands- 
worth Wood, Birmingham. (Crockford.) 

SYMONDS, WILLIAM NORTH. Adm. at Caius, Jan. 27, 1892. 
[Eldest] s. of the Rev. Canon William (1849), R. of Stockport 
(and Maria Sainsbury). B. [Feb. 21], 1872, at Brighton. 
School, Eton. Matric. Lent, 1892; B.A. 1895. Called to the 
Bar, Inner Temple, Jan. 26, 1898. On the Northern Circuit. 
M.B.E., 1919. Married Hilda Brownell, dau. of C. T. Drabble, 
of Sharston Hall, Northenden, Cheshire. Died Nov. 15, 1930, 
at Alderley Edge, Cheshire. (Venn, 11. 523; •LaJi' Ltsts; 
Burke, O.B.E.; The Times, Nov. 17, 1930.) 

SYMONDS, WILLIAM SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Christ's, Mar. 22, 1837. [Eldest] s. of William [J.P. and D.L ] 
of Elsdon, Heref. (and Mary Anne, dau. of Samuel Beale). 
B. [Dec. 13, i8i8] in Herefordshire. School, Cheltenham 
College. Matric. Michs. 1837; B.A. 1842. Ord. deacon, 184 1; 
priest (Worcester) Dec. 18, 1842. C. of Offenham, Worcs., 
1842-5. R. (and Patron) of Pendock, 1845-87. J.P. for Worcs. 
F.G.S. Inherited Pendock Court from his mother. Married, 
1849, Hyacinth Catherine, eldest dau. of Samuel Kent, of 
Upton-on-Sevem, and had issue. Resided latterly at 
Sunningdale, Berks. Author, Old Stones; Stones of the Valley; 
Old Bones; Records of the Rocks, and two novels. Died 
Sept 15, 1887, at Cheltenham; buried at Pendock. (Boase, 
Collect. Cornub.; D.N.B.; E. H. Holthouse; Burke, L.G.) 

SYMONDS-TAYLER, RICHARD HERBERT (1886), see 
SYMONDS. 

SYMONS, CHARLES JOHN FITZSIMON. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, June 6, 1882. [Elder] s. of Edwin Charles, Com- 
mander, R.N. (and Emily). B. Aug. 26, 1864, at Greenwich 
Hospital, Kent. School, Mannamead, Plymouth (Mr A. 
Pollard). Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1886; M.A. 1913- Ord. 
deacon (Colchester, Litt. dim. from London) 1887; priest 
(Mid-China) 1892; Missionary (C.M.S.) at Ningpo, 1887-96; 
at Shanghai, 1996-19 19; Secretary, C.M.S. (in dio. of Mid- 
China), 1900-9; in dio. of Chekiang, 1909-19; Sub-Dean of 
Holy Trinity Cathedral and Port Chaplain at Shanghai, 
1919-20; Dean, 1920-8. Died Jan. 19, 1928, in Shanghai. 
(Eagle, XLV. 161; Crockford; The Times, Jan. 27, 1928.) 

SYMONS, EDWIN WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 29) at St John's, 
June 15, 1839; re-adm. pens., Oct. 12, 1839. [School, 
Ilminster.] Of Devon. Matric. Michs. 1839; B.A. 1843; M.A. 



Symons, John 

1846. Ord. deacon (Heref., Litt. dim. from Lichfield) Apr. 9, 
1843; priest (Lichfield) Dec. 24, 1843- P-C- of Cotmanhay, 
Derbs., 1846-58. Disappears from Clergy List, 1867. 

SYMONS, The Rev. HENRY JOHN. LL.D. 1848, incorp. from 
Oxford. [2nd s. of the Rev. Jelinger (1772). of Hackney.] 
Matric. from St John's CoUege, Oxford, July i, i799- age 18; 
B.A. (Oxford) 1803; M.A. (Oxford) 1808; B.C.L. and D.C.L. 
(Oxford) 1813. Minister at Upper Clapton Chapel, Middlesex, 
from 1810. Chaplain to the Forces in the Peninsular war; 
conducted the burial service of Sir John Moore at Corunna. 
Chaplain to the Duke of Kent and the Duke of Cambridge. 
V. of All Saints with St Martin's, Hereford, 1845-57- Married 
Frances, dau. of William Johnson and had issue. Died 
Mar. 22, 1857. Brother of Jelinger (i793)- i^l- Oxon.; 
Burke, L.G.; P. E. ToweU.) 

SYMONS, HUGH JELLINGER. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1897. [2nd] s. of the Rev. E[dward] W[arwick] J[elinger], 
(B.A., Durham) [V. of Great Doddington, Northants.] (and 
Hannah Byrth, dau. of Thomas de Twanbrook Glazebrook, 
of New Brighton, Cheshire). B. [Mar. 14, 1878], at Meanwood, 
Leeds. School, Wellingborough (Dr H. Piatt). Matric. Michs. 
1897; B.A. 1900. Assistant Master at Stratheden House, 
Blackheath, 1900-7; at Aysgarth School, Newton-le-Willows, 
1908-1 1 ; at Beaumont House, Heronsgate, 191 1 ; at Millmead, 
Shrewsbury, 1913-15; Head Master of Brunswick prep. 
School, Hayward's Heath, 1921-32-. Served in the Great 
War, 1914-19 (Capt., E. Yorks. Regt.; Major, Tank Corps; 
mentioned in despatches). Latterly of Westlands, Minehead, 
Somerset. Married, Dec. 31, 1928, Norah Lilian, dau. of 
Robert Eldridge, of Battle, Sussex. (Burke, L.G., sub Soltau- 
Symons; Schoolmasters' Directories.) 

SYMONS, JELINGER. Adm. pens, (age 24) at St John's, July 
10, 1772; a 'Ten-year man.' [2nd s. of William (and Bethia, 
dau. of the Rev. — Adams, V. of Blackawton, Devon).] B. 
[1748] in Beds. Matric. Michs. 1782; B.D. (Stat. Ehz.) 1783- 
Ord. priest (Hereford) Oct. 4, 1772 ; C. of St Nicholas, Hereford, 
1772. R. of Whitburn, Durham, 1791-1810. C. of Hackney, 
Middlesex. Minister of Upper Clapton Chapel, Middlesex, 
'for many years,' and Minister of St John's, Hackney, until 
his death. Married Juliana, dau. of Theophilus Lane, of 
Poston Court, Heref. Author, Sermons; Letters of Consolation 
and Advice from a father to his daughter on the death of her 
sister, which ran through several editions, the 5th, in 1818, 
having a biographical account by his son Jelinger. Died 
Feb. 12, 1810, at Clapton; buried Feb. 19, 1810, at Hackney. 
Father of the next and of Henry J. (1848). (St John's Coll. 
Adm., IV. 503; Burke, L.G.; G. Mag., 1810, I. 190; H. M. 
Wood.) 



. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Sf John's, 
July 2, 1793. S. of the Rev. Jelinger (above), B.D., of 



SYMONS, JELINGER. 

July 2, 1793. S. u. ™^ J o— > '. 

Hackney (and Juliana, dau. of Theophilus Lane, of Poston 
Court, Heref.). B. at Low Ley ton, Essex. Matnc. Michs. 
1793; Scholar, 1794; B.A. 1797; M.A. 1800. Ord. deacon 
(Durham) Jan. 29, 1799; priest, Sept. 1801; C. of Whitburn, 
Durham, 1799. V. of Monkland, Heref., 1808-51. C. of West 
Ilsley, Berks., 1809. Chaplain to the British residents in 
Boulogne, 1821. R. of Radnage, Bucks., 1833-51. J.P. for 
Hereford. Married, Jan. 7, 1805, Maria Henrietta, dau. of 
Henry Airey, of Sniperley, Co. Durham. Author, Synapsis 
Plantarum Insulis Britannicis Indigenarum. Died May 20, 
1851, in L'ondon; buried May 25, at Radnage. Father of the 
next; brother of Henry J. (1848). (Burke, E.G.; Durham Ord. 
Book; St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 504; Foster, Index Eccles.; 
Clergy List; D.N.B. (sub his son).) 

SYMONS, JELINGER COOKSON. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
June 4, 1827. Of Berks. S. of the Rev. J[elinger] (above), of 
Boulogne. [B. Aug. 27, 1809, at West Ilsley, Berks.] Matric. 
Michs. 1827. Migrated to Corpus Christi, Dec. 13, 1827; B.A. 
1832. Commissioned by the Home Office, 1835, to enquire 
into the condition of hand-loom weavers and manufacturers, 
and travelled for this purpose in Lancashire, Scotland and 
Switzerland. Commissioner to inquire into the state of the 
mining population of the north. Called to the Bar, Middle 
Temple, June 9, 1843. On the Oxford Circuit. A Tithe 
Commissioner. Editor of the Law Magazine. Commissioner 
to collect information on the state of education in Wales, 
1846. One of H.M. Inspectors of Schools, 1848-60. Married, 
June 16, 1845, Angelina, dau. of Edward Kendall, of Austrey, 
Warws., and had issue. Author, legal. Died Apr. 7, i860, at 
Great Malvern. (D.AT.B.; Burke, L.G.) 

SYMONS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Nov. i, 1819. Matric. 
Easter, 1820; Tancred Divinity Student, 1819. Kept 4 terms. 
[Probably the man of those names (not of Oxford), s. of John, 
of Trervethem, Bodmin, Cornwall; School, Blundell's, Tiver- 
ton, who was V. of Wilcot, Wilts., 1823-40; died at Bath, 
Feb. or Mar., 1841. (Peile, 11. 396; Foster, Index Eccles.; 
Clerical Guide; Clergy List; G. Mag., 1841, i. 324.)] 



Symons, Simon James 

SYMONS, SIMON JAMES. Adm. pens, (age i8) at Magdalene, 
July i6, 1887. [2nd] s. of Simon, of 27, Queen's Gate Terrace, 
London. School, private. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890; 
M.A. 1898. Capt., Beds. Regt. (T.), 1897. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Major, Bedfordshire Regt. (T.F.)). 
Died June 14, 1934; buried at Hawkenbury, Tunbridge 
Wells. (Army Lists; The Times, June 15, 1934.) 

SYMONS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 9, 1870. S. 
of William, of Topsham, Devon. B. there, July 13, 1851. 
School, Mount Radford, Exeter (private). Matric. Michs. 
1870; B.-A. 1874; M.A. 1877. Ord. deacon (Durham) 1874; 
priest, 1875; C. of Sunderland, 1874-7. C. of St George's, 
Bloomsbury, 1877-9. V- of St Paul's, Tavistock, Devon, 1879- 
85. V. of Thomey .Abbey, Cambs., 1885-1919. Died Jan. 28, 
1919. (Crockford; The Times, Feb. 6, 1919.) 

SYMPSON, CHARLES JOHN. .Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Feb. 28,1822. S. of Robert. B. [Mar.25, i8o2],atShrublands, 
Sufiolk. School, Rugby. Matric. Easter, 1822; B.A. 1826; 
M.A. 1829. Ord. deacon (York) 1827; priest, 1828. V. of East 
Dravton, Notts., 1830-45. R. of Kirby-Misperton, Yorks., 
1845-70. Died Feb. 12, 1870. [Rughy Sch. Reg.; Clergy List; 
Crockford.) 

SYMPSON, EDWARD MANSEL. Adm. (age 18) at Caius, Oct. i, 
1879. [Only] s. of Thomas, surgeon, of Lincoln. B. there 
[Mar. i860]. Schools, Lincohi and Shrewsbury. Matric. 
Michs. 1S79; B.A. 1883; M.B., B.Chir. and M.A. 1887; M.D. 
1890. At St Bartholomew's Hospital; House Surgeon and 
House Physician there. M.R.C.S., 1885. Practised at 
Lincoln, 1888-1922. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C). Of Deloreine Court, Lincohi. 
Married, 1888, Florence Mabel, dau. of Joseph Knight, 
barrister, and had issue. F.S.A. Author, medical and of 
several works on the topographical history of Lincolnshire. 
Edited Lincolnshire Notes and Queries and wrote the volume 
on Lincolnshire in the Cambridge County Geographies. Died 
Jan. 17, 1922. (Venn, 11. 437; Univ. War List; Medical 
Directories.) 

SYMPSON, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar (ageover 24) at Peterhouse, Oct. 
10, 1780; Scholar, 1780. Became a 'Ten- Year Man.' Matric. 
Easter, 1793; B.D. (Stat. Eliz.) 1793. V. of EUington, Hunts., 
1788-1807, and R. of Steeple Gidding until 1807. Died Feb. 
1807. (T. A. Walker, 347; G. Mag., 1807, i. 278.) 

SYNDERCOMBE, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Sidney, 
June 12, 1752. S. of James, advocate, of Stratton, Dorset. 
B. there, .Mar. 28, 1734. School, Winchester (Dr Burton). 
Matric. Easter, 1752; LL.B. 1758. Died, s.p., before i793- 
(Winchester Scholars, 248; Hutchins, 11. 638.) 

SYNGE, ALEXANDER HAMILTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 25, 1875. [Eldest] s. of [the Rev.] Alexander [Hamilton, 
deceased], of 4, Vanbrugh Park Road, Blackheath, Kent 
[late V. of St Peter's, Ipswich] (and Eugenia, dau. of the 
Rev. Edward Bishop Elliott, of Brighton). B. [.Aug. 5], 1856, 
at Kingstown, Co. Dublin. School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 
1875. Lieut., Northumbedand Artillery Militia, 1880. Of 
Glanmore Castle, Ashford, Co. Wicklow. Married, 1S87, 
Georgina Mary, dau. of the Rev. Richard Drought Graves, 
of Cloghan Castle, Banagher, King's County, P.C. of Hanford, 
Staffs., and had issue. Died Mar. 15, 1912. Brother of 
Edward E. (1887). (Repton Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G. of Ireland.) 

SYNGE, CHARLES. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Peterhouse, Oct. 29, 
1806. [2nd] s. of George, of Rathmore, King's Co., Ireland 
(and Mary, dau. of Charles .Macdonell, of Newhall, Co. Clare). 
[B. Apr. 17, 1789.] School, private. Comet, loth Dragoons, 
1809; Lieut., 1810; Captain, 1813; transferred to 20th Light 
Dragoons, 1814; Bt, Major, 1817; Lieut.-Col., 1821. Served at 
Cadiz, 1810, on the staffs of General Ferguson and General 
Graham. .A.D.C. to General Pack; present at battles of 
Busaco, Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, Salamanca, etc.; specially 
distinguished himself at Salamanca, where he was severely 
wounded. Married, 1816, Caroline, dau. of P. Giles, and had 
issue. Resided latterly at Mount Callan, Co. Clare. J. P. Co. 
Clare. Died Oct. 21, 1854 in Dublin. Brother of Francis 
(1809). (7'. A. Walker, 379; D.N.B.; Burke, Peerage.) 

SYNGE, EDWARD ELLIOTT. Adm. at Clare, June 11, 1887. 
[2nd s. of the Rev. .Alexander Hamilton, V. of St Peter's, 
Ipswich (and Eugenia, dau. of the Rev. Edward Bishop 
Elliott, of Brighton). B. July 6, 1868.] School, Monkton 



SzuMOwsKi, Herbert Vladimir Maximilian 

Combe. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890. In business in the 
U.S.A., 1890-1919. Married, 1893, Nanna Sabrina, eldest 
dau. of Hoit Charles Stevens, M.D., of Roanoke, Virginia^ 
U.S.A. Succeeded to Glanmore Castle, Co. Wicklow, 1919, on 
the death of the widow of his uncle, Francis Synge. Brother 
of Alexander H. (1875). (Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; 
Walford, County Families.) 

SYNGE, EDWARD JOSHUA (1879), see SING. 

SYNGE, EDWARD MILLINGTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June I, 1878. S. of rthe Rev.] Francis (1854), of the Chantry, 
Norwich. B. Apr. 7, i860, at Malvern. School, Haileybury. 
Matric. Michs. 1878; B..A. 1882; M..A. 1885. An Estate-Agent, 
1885-1901. Fellowof the Surveyors' Institute, 1891. Studied 
painting in Paris and Rome. Assoc. R. Society of Painters, 
Etchers and Engravers, 1898; exhibited at the Royal 
Academy, etc. Married, 1908, Agnes Helen Freda, dau. of 
F. B. Moloney, Madras Civil Service. Died June 18, 1913. 
(Haileybury Reg.) 

SYNGE, FRANCIS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Peterhouse, Apr. 5, 
1809; from Trinity College, Dublin, where he had been adm. 
Nov. 3, 1806. [Youngest s. of George, of Rathmore, King's 
Co., Ireland (and .Mary, dau. of Charles .Macdonell, of Newhall, 
Co. Clare). [B. June 3, 1790 in Dublin.] No record of matric; 
B.A. 1813; M.A. 1825. In Holy Orders. Inc. of O'MuUud, 
1859-60; Inc. of Lockeene (dio. of Killaloe), 1859-70. R. of 
Feacle, Co. Clare. Married Julia Anne, dau. of Col. Edward 
McDonnell. Died in Feb. 1870. Brother of Charles (1806). 
(7". A. Walker, 384; Burke, Peerage; Foster, Baronetage.) 

SYNGE, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Nov. 17, 
1854. S. of the Rev. Edward (Trinity College, Dublm, B.A., 
1821), of Matlock, Derbs. (and Emily, dau. of Sir Richard 
Steele, Bart.). B. [June 2, 1837], at Glanmore, Co. Wicklow. 
School, Blackheath proprietary. Matric. Michs. 1855; 
Scholar, 1858; B.A. 1859; M.A. 1863. Ord. deacon (Ely) i860; 
priest, 1861; C. of All Saints, Huntingdon, 1860-2. C. of 
St Luke's, Chelsea, 1862-9. H.M. Inspector of Schools, 
1869-98. Married Margaret, dau. of the Rev. R. Harkness. 
Died Oct. 17, 1898. Father of Edward M. (1878). (Crockford; 
The Times, Oct. 19, 1898.) 

SYNGE, FRANCIS PETER. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H. Oct. i, 
1889. B. Nov. 19, 1869. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892. 
Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1893; priest, 1895; C. of Rugby, 
1893-8. C. of Tidenham, Gloucs., 1898-1900. C. of Much 
Marcle, Heref., 1900-6. V'. of Kington, Wilts., 1906-14. P.C. 
of Pitcombe with Wyke Champflower, Somerset, 1914-24. 
V. of Wookey, 1924-33. V. of Privett, Hants., 1933-40. 
Married, Apr. 11, 1899, Elizabeth, youngest dau. of the 
Rev. John Pedder, of Bath. Of Godalming, Surrey in 1951. 
(Crockford.) 

SYNNOT, CHARLES FORBES GOODHEART. Adm. pens, 
(age 19) at Trinity Hall, 1868. S. of Robert, of 16, Eaton 
Terrace, London, S.W. B. July 28, 1848. School, West- 
minster. Matric. Lent, 1869. Married Miss — Balentine. 
(Record of Old Westminsters.) 

SYSON, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 18, i860. S. of 
Alfred, deceased. B. at Stamford. School, Stamford. Matric. 
Michs. i860. Resided for five months; died in College, 1861. 
(Peile, II. 565.) 

SYSON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Clare, Oct. 17, 1864. Matric. 
Michs. 1864; B.A. 1868; M.A. 1872. Ord. deacon (Gloucester 
and Bristol) 1868; priest, 1869; C. of Wick and .Abson, 
Gloucs., 1868-73. R- of Toynton St Peter with All Saints, 
Lines., 1873-85. Died in 1885. (Crockford.) 

SYVRET, DE CARTERET HAMPTONNE. Matric. Non-Coil. 
Michs. 1880. Adm. at Cavendish H. 1880. S. of George, of 
Hamptonne, St LawTence, Jersey. B. May 23, 1864. School, 
Oxeniord House, St Lawrence, Jersey. Migrated to Caius, 
Oct. I, 1881; resided 2 terms. (Venn, II. 451.) 

SZUMOWSKI, HERBERT VLADIMIR MAXIMILIAN. Adm. 
pens, at St John's, Apr. 27, 1885. S. of Florian Vladimir, 
teacher of languages (and Mary Truman). B. Oct. 26, 1859, 
at ' Hardway,' Alverstoke, Southampton. School, College of 
Valenciennes, University of Douai. Matric. Michs. 1885; 
B.A. 1888; M.A. 1902. Housemaster and Senior French 
Master at Christ's Hospital, 188S-1919. Died Nov. 10, 1925, 
at Worthing. (Eagle, xliv. 209; The Times, Nov. 12, 1925-) 



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Taaffe, Richard John 

TAAFFE, RICHARD JOHN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Nov. 2x, 
1871. [Eldest] s. of Richard Patrick Burke, physician, of 
Brighton. [B. Nov. 6, 1854. Schools, Amersham Hall and 
Brighton College.] Did not reside. Matric. at London Uni- 
versity, 1871. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. i, 1873. Called 
to the Bar, Jan. 26, 1876. On the South-Eastem Circuit. 
Of I, Hare Court, Temple. Married, July 4, 1876, Jane, eldest 
dau. of John Yearsley, Esq. {Brighton Coll. Reg., 'Richard 
John C; Peile, 11. 622; Law Lists, until 1940; Inns of Court; 
Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

JABBERER, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 2, 1849. 
S. of Thomas, tanner, of Tutbury, Stafis. (and Sarah). B. 
there. Mar. 31, 1830. Schools, Derby and Uppingham 
(Mr Holden). Matric. Michs. 1849; B.A. 1854; M.A. 1859- 
Ord. deacon (Wore.) 1858; priest, 1859; C. of St Peter's, 
Coventry, 1858-62; V. there, 1862-85. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1891. (Derby Sch. Reg., which gives 's. of George, 
farmer, of Sutton, Uttoxeter.') 

TABBERER, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Feb. 8, 1806. 
Matric. Lent, 1806; B.A. 1810; M.A. 1814. Ord. deacon 
(London) Mar. 18, 1810. Died July 20, 1814, aged 28, at 
Sutton Bonington, Notts. (G. Mag., 1814, 11. 191.) 

TABOR, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Dec. 6, 1866. S. of 
[the Rev.] Robert [Stammers] (1838) [Head Master of Cheam 
School.] B. Feb. 22, 1850, at Bamet, Middlesex. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs 1869. A Cofiee-Planter in Ceylon, 
1873-90. Lived latterly at Eastbourne, where he died 
Dec. 16, 1925. Brother of Robert M. (1864) and the next; 
father of Francis L. (1900). (2 he 2 imes, Dec. 18, 1925.) 

TABOR, ARTHUR SYDNEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 23, 

1871. S. of the Rev. Robert Stammers (1838), of Cheam, 
Surrey. B. [Nov. 9], 185 1, at Trent. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1871; Scholar; B.A. 1875; M.A. 1878. Cricket 'blue,' 

1872, 1873, 1874. Played cricket for Middlesex, 1872-4 and 
for Surrey, 1878. Assistant Master at Cheam School, 1875-90; 
Head Master, 1891-1920. Married, Anne Evelyn, dau. of 
the Rev. G. S. Woodgate, of Pembury Hall, near Tunbridge 
Wells. Lived latterly at Cheam. Died Oct. 14, 1927, aged 75, 
in London. Brother of Robert M. (1864) and Alfred (1866). 
(Scott, MSS., which gives 1852 for birth; Ihel imes, Oct. 17, 
19 and 20, 1927.) 

TABOR, FRANCIS HEBARD. Adm. pens, at Christ's, July 28, 
1896. S. of George, late Head Master of Horsmonden School, 
Kent. B. there. School, Horsmonden; and at London 
University. Matric. Michs. 1896. Resided one term only. 
Head Master of Horsmonden School in 1896. Later resident 
in America. (Peile, 11. 811.) 

TABOR, FRANCIS LEVINGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. 30, 

1900. S. of Alfred (1866), of 'Sunnydene,' Eastbourne. 
B. [July 24, 1882], in Ceylon. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903. Assistant Commissioner in S. 
Nigeria. Died July 17, 1940, at Rastgarth House, Winchester. 
(Harrow Sch. Reg.; The limes, July 18, 1940.) 

TABOR, I^RANCIS SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. i, 
1888. [2nd] s. of H[enry] S[amuel], Esq., of 44, Lansdowne 
Road, Notting Hill, London (and Emma Frances Woodcock). 
[B. Dec. I, 1869. School, St Paul's.] Matric. Michs. 1888. 
Joined the I.C.S., 1888; in N.W. Provinces and Oudh as 
Assistant Magistrate and Collector and Assistant Commis- 
sioner; Joint Magistrate, 1898; District and Sessions Judge, 

1901. Served in the Great War, 19x4-19. Retired, 1916. Of 
Evegate, Bocking, Essex. Married, Mar. 19, 1904, in Bombay, 
Magdalen Harriet, 5th dau. of Henry David Ricardo, 
deceased, of Gatcombe Park, Gloucs., and had issue. (St 
Paul's Sch. Reg.] Burke, L.G.; I.C.S. Lists; The limes. 
Mar. 21, 1904.) 

TABOR, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 30, 1887. 
[Eldest] s. of James Albert Clement (next), of Great Baddow 
Lodge, Essex (and Catherine Agnes, dau. of Samuel Webb 
Savill). B. there [Jan. 25], 1869. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1S88. Of The Lawn, Rochford, Essex. J. P. and D.L. 
for Essex. High Sheriff, 1912. C.B.E., 1920. Chairman of 
Essex Quarter Sessions, 1925-8; Alderman, Essex C.C. 
Married (i) 1896, his cousin, Margaret Ada Sophia, dau. of 
Charles Albert Tabor, of Earl's Hall, Prittlewell, and had 
issue; (2) July 28, 1926, Violet, eldest dau. of Herbert Rowe, 
of Sheffield. Died Mar. 2, 1938; buried at Prittlewell. 
Brother of John C. (1896). (Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, L.G.; 
Who was Who; 1 he limes, Mar. 3, 1938. 



Tacy, Henry 

TABOR, JAMES ALBERT CLEMENT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Dec. 23, 1856. [Eldest] s. of James, of Earl's Hall, Prittlewell, 
Essex (and Lucy Mary, dau. of Major Leach, of Perton, 
Herts.). B. [Feb. 11], 1840, at Prittlewell. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1857. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Mar. 29, 
1862. Called to the Bar, Jan. 26, 1865. Special Pleader, on 
the Home circuit. Of Great Baddow Lodge, Essex. Married, 
Oct. 6, 1865, Catherine Agnes, dau. of Samuel Webb Savill, 
of Bocking, Essex. Died Feb. 14, 1880. Father of the above 
and the next. (Eton Sch. Lists; Laiv Lists; Inns of Court; 
Burke, L.O.) 
TABOR, JOHN CLEMENT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 30, 
1896. [3rd] s. of James Albert Clement (above), of The Lawn, 
Rochford, Essex. B. [;Mar. 23, 1877], at Great Baddow, 
Essex. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Colonel, Essex Regt. 
attached Queen's Own (R.W. Kent Regt.); wounded; T.D. 
M.B.E.). Sometime of Gifiord's Hall, Stoke-by-Nayland. J. P. 
for Suffolk. Married, June 7, 1906, Christobel Nona Penelope, 
dau. of Albemarle Cator, of Woodbastwick Hall, Norfolk. 
Of Bovingdon Hall, Bocking in 1949. Brother of James 
(1887). (Burke, L.G.; Kelly, Handbook.) 
TABOR, ROBERT MONTAGU. Adm. at King's (age 18), a 
scholar from Eton, Oct. 15, 1864. [Eldest s. of the Rev. 
Robert Stammers (next), of Cheam.] Matric. Michs. 1864; 
B.A. (17//1 Classic) 1868; M.A. and LL.M. 1871. Adm. at 
the Iimer Temple, Oct. 14, 1867. Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 
1870. On the South-Eastem Circuit. A Special Pleader. 
H.M. Inspector of Schools, 1876-7. Junior Examiner, 
Education Dept., 1877-97; Senior Examiner, 1897; Assistant 
Secretary to the Board of Education, 1903-9- Of Limpsfield, 
Surrey. Prime Warden of the Goldsmiths' Company, 1902-3 
and 1920-1. Married, Apr. 7, 1874. Annie Eliza Mary, only 
child of Kempster M. Knapp, R.N., of Dartmouth. Died 
May 5, 1925, aged 79, at Dartmouth. Brother of Arthur S. 
(1871), and Alfred (:866). (Eton Sch. Lists; King's Coll. Reg.; 
Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; Ihel imes. 
May 7, 1925-) 
TABOR, ROBERT STAMMERS. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Trinity, 
July 3, 1838. S. of Robert. B. at Colchester. School, Essex 
(private). Matric. Michs. 1838; B.A. 1842; M.A. 1848. Ord. 
deacon (London) 1842; priest, 1844; C. of St George's, 
Bloomsbury, 1842-4. P.C. of Christ Church, Enfield, 1844-55. 
Headmaster of Cheam School, 1855-90. Lie. Pr., dio. of 
Canterbury, 1903. Married (i) Mary, dau. of the Rev. F. 
Dolman, deceased, of Loders, Dorset; (2) Dec. 15, 1887, 
Annie, 6th dau. of J. Harvey, barrister, deceased, of Inish- 
owen. Latterly of 64, St George's Square, London, S.W., 
where he died, Jan. 14, 1909. Father of the above, Arthur S. 
(1871) and Alfred (1866). (Crockford; The Guardian, Dec. 21, 
1S87; Ihe limes, Jan. 18, 1909.) 
TACEY, DALTON WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 25, 
1895. S. of Dalton [M.D.] (and Alice Snow, dau. of William 
Clarke, M.D.). B. [Feb. 19, 1876], at Doncaster. School, 
Westminster. Matric. Michs. i8g6; B.A. 1899; M.A. 1904. 
At the London Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1906. Deputy 
Medical Olficer, Walthamstow Public Dispensary, 1907-12. 
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.A.M.C). 
Practised at South Woodford, Essex. Married, Aug. 4, 1906, 
Maude Louise, dau. of William Bell, of Walthamstow. Of 
26, Chelmsford Road, South Woodford, in 1952. (Recordof 
Old Westyninsters; Medical Directories; Peile, 11. 799.) 
TACON, RICHARD JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 4, 1866. Of Suffolk. [3rd s. of Charles, of Mansion House, 
Eye (and Mary Anne, dau. of Robert Girling). B. Mar. 26, 
1847.] Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 1870; M.A. 1873. Ord, 
deacon (Rochester) 1870; priest, 1871; C. of Kelvedon, Essex, 
1870-2. R. (and Patron) of Rollesby, Norfolk, 1S72-1929. 
Hon. Chaplain to Lord Sherborne, 1914-29. J. P. for Norfolk. 
Married, May 7, 1878, Caroline, only dau. of John Ballard 
Pitt, M.D., of Scarning, and had issue. Died Mar. 11, 1929, 
at Rollesby. (Burke, L.G.; Crockford; The limes, Mar. 13, 
1929.) 
TACY, HENRY. Adm. sizar at Queens', Feb. 6, 1808. Of 
Somerset. Matric. Lent, 1809; B.A. 1813; M.A. 1816. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich), June 21, 1812; priest, Dec. 29, 1813. R. of 
Swanton Morley-cum-Worthing, Norfolk, 1825-63. Preb. of 
Norwich, 1841-63. Died Apr. 10, 1863, aged 80. (Crockford; 
G. Mag., 1863, I. 665.) 



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Taddy, Edward Glynn 

TADDY, EDWARD GLYNN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 7, 

1876. [Only] s. of Edward [Brevet Major, R.H.A.], of 
Caldecote Lodge, Biggleswade, Beds, (and Fanny Elizabeth, 
dau. of Major J. G. Rogers). B. [Oct. 2, 1858], at Woolwich 
School, Orwell, Cambs. (private) [and Eton]. Matric. Michs. 
1876. Succeeded to Caldecote, 1879, on the death of his 
uncle. Married, Oct. 4, 18S3, Annie Frances, eldest dau. of 
Charles Samuel Lindsell, of Holme, Beds., and had issue. 
Died July 14, 1886. Nephew of John (1831). {Eton Sch. 
Lists; Burke, L.G.; Berks., Bucks, and Beds. Contemporary 
Biographies, 353.) 
TADDY, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Apr. 28, 1801. 
[3rd] s. of Christopher, of [Buckland, Kent, and] London (and 
Mary Anne, dau. of Sir John Hopkins, Lord Mayor of 
London). [B. May 29, 1783.] School, Ashford, Kent. Matnc. 
Michs. i8oi; Scholar, i8q2; B.A. 1805; M.A. 1808. Fellow, 
1807-10. P.C. of Northill, Beds., 1811-58. Married, Oct. 1, 
1810, Catharina, dau. of Samuel Latham, of Wingham, Kent. 
Died Jan. 23, 1858. Father of the ne.\t; brother of WiUiam 
(1790). [CU-rgy List; Burke, L.G.) 
TADDY, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Clare, Jan. 29, 1831. [Eldest s. 
of the Rev. John (above), P.C. of NorthiU, Beds. B. Nov. 16, 
1811.] School, Bury St Edmunds Grammar. Matric. Michs. 
1831; B.A. 1835; M.A. 1845. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1835; 
priest, 1836. C". of Dunton, Beds., 1846-52; V. there, 1852-79. 
Of Caldecote, Beds. Died, unmarried, Feb. 18, 1879; buried 
at Northill. Uncle of Edward G. {1876), who succeeded him 
at Caldecote. {Bury St Edmunds Sch. List; Burke, L.G.; 
Clergy List ; Crockford.) 
TADDY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, July 2, 
1790. [Eldest] s. of Christopher, merchant, of New Broad 
Street, London (and Mary Xxm, dau. of Sir John Hopkins, 
Lord Mayor of London). B. [Jan. 31, 1773] 1° London. 
School, Eton. Matric. Easter, 1791; B.A. (14/^ Wrangler) 
1794; Chancellor's Classical medal, i794- Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, Nov. 5, 1790. Called to the Bar, Feb. 5, 1797- 
Sergeant-at-Law, 1818; King's Sergeant, 1827. Attorney- 
General to Queen Adelaide, 1832-7, and her Attorney- 
General as Queen Dowager, from 1837-45- Married Frances 
Elizabeth, dau. of Richard Lewis, of Llantillio, Mon. Died 
Mar. 14, 184s, in Old Palace Yard, Westminster. Brother 
of John (1801). (St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 504; Eton Sch. 
Lists; Inns of Court; Burke, L.G.) 
TADMAN, THOMAS ERNEST. Adm. a scholar at Queens', 
Oct. 1892. S. of Thomas Bowman. B. Jan. 19, 1874, m Hull. 
Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, 1st Class) 
1895; (Pt II, ist Class) 1896. .Assistant Master at King's 
School, Pontefract in 1906. (Camb. Year-book.) 
TAGART, EDWARD SAMUEL BOURN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
July I, 1896. S. of William Henry (and Anna Maria Peters). 
B. [Oct. 8, 1877] at Bath. School, Bath College. Matric. 
Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899. Entered service of the British South 
Africa Company as Assistant Collector, North Eastern 
Rhodesia, 1901; Assistant Native Commissioner; Native 
Commissioner; Magistrate and Assistant Legal Adviser and 
Public Prosecutor, Northern Nigeria, 1914; Acting Judge of 
the High Court of Northern Rhodesia; Secretary for Native 
Affairs on assumption of Government of Northern Rhodesia 
by the Crown, 1924; Special Commissioner to Bechuanaland, 
1931. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, May i, 191 2. C.B.E., 
1927. Married (i) 1918, Lilian Edith, dau. of Sir Herbert 
Sloley, K.C.M.G. and had issue; (2) 1931, Elizabeth, dau. of 
Dr A. S. Boyd. Of Kenilworth, Cape Province, S. Africa, in 
1952. (Law Lists; Who's Who.) 
TAGART, HAROLD ARTHUR LEWIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 21, 1888. [Youngest] s. of Francis, Esq. [J. P., D.L.], of 
Old Sneed Park, Stoke Bishop, Gloucs. (and Isabella Firmin 
Ongley, dau. of Capt. Ongley Hopson, 23rd Light Dragoons). 
B. June 20, 1870, at Old Sneed Park. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1888. Second Lieut., 15th Hussars, 1890; Lieut., 
1892; Capt., 1896. A.D.C. to the Duke of Connaught, G.O.C. 
Aldershot, 1897. Served in the South African War, 1898- 
1901; (Brigade-Major, Cavalry Brigade, 1900-1. Major, 1900; 
despatches; D.S.O. 1901). Brigade-Major, Cavalry Brigade, 
Aldershot, 1901-2. D.A.A.G., Presidency District, Calcutta, 
1904; Brigade Major, Meerut Cavalry Brigade, 1905-6; 
Lieut.-Col. 1911. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (D.A. 
and Q.M.G., Cavalrv Corps, 1914; temp. Brigadier-General, 
1914-13; temp. Majbr-General, 1915; Commander, Legion of 
Honour; C.B. 1915; D.A. and Q.M.G., 3rd Army, 1915-16; 
D.A.G. Home forces, 1916-18. K.C.M.G. 1918; mentioned 
in despatches 5 times). Retired, igig. Married (i) Oct. i6, 
1900, Lady Mary Stuart Keppei, 5th dau. of the 7th Earl of 
Albemarle; (2) Oct., 1908, Josephine Mary Charlotte, dau. of 
Hubert Washington Hibbert, Esq. Latterly of Awliscombe 
House, Honiton, Devon. D.L. and J. P. for Devon. Died 
Mar. 18, 1930, in London; buried at Awliscombe. (Army 
Lists; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The V.C. and D.S.O. ; 
Who was Who; The limes, Mar. 19, 1930; Burke, L.G.) 



Tait, John Guthrie 

TAGART, NOEL ONGLEY. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Jan. 1899. S. 
of Charles Ongley, Esq., of Palace Court, London (and Emily, 
dau. of James Payne, of Lancaster Gate, London). B. Dec. 24, 
1878, in Londori. School, Clifton College. Matric. Michs. 
1899. Died Oct. 8, 1913. Nephew of the above. (Clifton 
Coll. Reg. ; Burke, L.G.) 
TAGERT, JOHN. Matric. Non-Coil., Michs. 1876. [Possibly s. of 
the Rev. John, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin, V. of Morwen- 
stowe, Devon.] 
TAGG, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pembroke, June 4, 1S37. 
Youngest s. of Thomas Tagg, gent., of London. B. there. 
Matric. Michs. 1837; Scholar, 1837; B.A. 1841; M.A. 1845. 
Ord. deacon (London) 1842; priest, 1843. C. of St Mary, 
Whitechapel, 1842-5. P.C. of St John's, Bethnal Green, 
1845-O6. R. of MeUis, Suffolk, 1867-89. Resided latterly at 
Belmore Cottage, Lymington, Hants., where he died Nov. 3, 
1899, aged 80. (Crockford; Clergy List; The Times, Nov. 4, 
1899-) 
TAGG, THOMAS (1851), see ARUNDELL. 

TAHOURDIN, STEPHEN KING. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
July 10, 1870. S. of C[harles], Esq., of Cleveland Gardens, 
Hyde Park, London. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 
1870; B.A. 1875; U..\. 1879. Ord. deacon (London) 1874; 
priest, 1876; C. of St Paul's, Hendon, 1874-5- C. of Holy 
Trinity, Westminster, 1875-81. Minor Canon of Windsor, 
1881-1910. Died Aug. 11, 1910, at his residence in the 
Cloisters, Windsor Castle. Buried at Clewer. M.I., St George's 
Chapel, Windsor. (Crockford; The limes, Aug. 13 and 15, 
1910.) 
TAILBY, WILLIAM WARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 19. 
1842. [Only s. of William, Esq., of Humberstone, Leics. (and 
Elizabeth, dau. of R. Stevens, Esq., of Hallaton). B. Jan. 18, 
1825. School, Repton.] Matric. Michs. 1842; B.A. 1846; 
M.A. 1849. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 22, 1846. Called to 
the Bar, May 3, 1850. Of Skeffington Hall, Leics. Married, 
Oct. 9, 1850, Mary, 2nd dau. of William Taylor, Esq., of 
Humberstone. Succeeded to Skeffington Hall, Leics., 1S53. 
J. P., and D. L. for Northants.; High Sheriff of Leics., 1856. 
Master of the Billesdon Hunt, 1856-78. Died Jan. 5, igu- 
(Repton Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; Walford, County Families; 
Foster, Men at the Bar; Burke, L.G.) 
TAIT, ARTHUR JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Sept. 12, 
1891. S. of George Martin, H.AI. Civil Service, of Highbury, 
Middlesex (and .Mice Maberley). B. Nov. 8, 1872, in London. 
Schools, Merchant Taylors' and South Eastern CoUege, 
Ramsgate. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894; (Theol. Trip., 
Pt I ist Class, 1896); Scholar, 1896; M.A. 1898; B.D. 1910; 
D.d! 1913. Tutor at the C.M.S. College, Islington, 1896-8. 
Ord deacon (London) 1896; priest, 1898; C. of Holy Trinity, 
Eastbourne, 1898-1901. Principal of St Aidan's Theological 
College, Birkenhead, 1901-7. Principal of Ridley Hall, 
Cambridge, 1907-27. Canon of Peterborough, 1924-44- 
Married, July 26, 1898, Jane Dumergue, eldest dau. of the 
Rev. T. \V. Drury of the Church Missionary College, Islington 
and had issue. Author, Christ and the Nations ; 1 he 1 hirly- 
nine Articles; The Heavenly Session of our Lord; The Prophecy 
of Micah; The Nature and Functions of the Sacraments; 
Charles Simeon and his Trust, etc. Died at Peterborough, 
Apr. 3, 1944. (Crockford; The Times, Apr. 5, 1944-) 
TAIT, DONALD. Adm. at Trinity Hall, Oct. 1881. [2nd] s. of 
the Rev. T[homas] H[enry] (1843), R. of Hilperton, Wilts. 
FB Sept. 27, 1862.] School, Marlborough College. Matnc. 
Michs 188 1 ; Scholar, 1882; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1S89- Ord. 
deacon (Worcester) 1886; priest, 1S88. Assistant Master at 
WeUs House, Malvern Wells, 1886-8; Chaplain at Trinity 
College, Glenalmond, 1888-9. C. of St Peter's, Malvern Wells, 
1889-91- V. there, 1891-1904. V. of Bromley, Kent, 1904-15- 
Rural Dean, 1909-15. Hon. Canon of Rochester, 1912-15- 
Archdeacon and Canon of Rochester Cathedral, 1915-32- 
Vice-Deanof Rochester, 1924-32. Married (i) Jan. 14, 1892, 
Amy Beatrice, youngest dau. of John Bradford, deceased, of 
Liverpool; (2) July 10, 1929, Ivy Munel, widow of the 
Rev A H Stevenson, and dau. of Sur Thomas C. Dewey, 
ist Bart., deceased. Died Sept. 24, 1932, at Rochester. 
(J. D. Kerrich; Crockford; Who was Who; 1 he 1 imes, Sept. 26, 
1932.) 
TAIT, JOHN GUTHRIE. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse Oct. i, 
1880. [Eldest] s. of P[eter] G[uthrie] (next). Professor of 
Natural Philosophy at Edinburgh. B. Aug. 24, i86i School, 
Edinburgh [Academy]. Matric. Michs. 1880; Scholar, 1880: 
(Class. Tdp. ist Class, 1883) ; B.A. 1884; MA. 1890 Football 
(rugby) 'blue,' 1880, 18S2. Played for Scotland, 1880-3. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 7, 1884. Called to the Bar, 
Apr "5 18SS In the Government Education Dept., Mysore, 
1890. Professor of Languages and Vice-Principal of the 
Central CoUege, Bangalore; Principal, 1908. Fellovy of Madras 
University. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut.-Col., 
Bangalore Rifle Vols.). Married, Jan. 7, 1904, •'^nme Smith, 



Tait, Peter Guthrie 

dau. of John Cook, F.R.S.E., Principal of the Central College, 
Bangalore. Devoted his latter years to a study of Sir Walter 
Scott, whose life and works he knew with unusual faniiliarity. 
Assisted the editors of the centenary edition of the Letters of 
Sir Walter Scott and brought out a completely revised text of 
the Journal from the photostat of the original MS. Died 
Oct. 4, 1945, in Edinburgh. {Edinburgh Acad. Reg.; Law 
Lists; Inns of Court; T. A. Walker, 560; The Times, Feb. 15, 
1904 and Nov. 10, 1945.) 

TAIT, PETER GUTHRIE. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, June 21, 
1848. Only s. of John, private secretary to the Duke of 
Buccleuch, deceased, of Dalkeith (and Mary Ronaldson). 
B. there, Apr. 28, 1831. [School, Edinburgh Academy and 
at Edinburgh University.] Matric. Michs. 1848; B.A. (Sentor 
Wrangler and ist Smith's prize) 1852; M.A. 1855- Fellow and 
tutor, 1853-4. Hon. Fellow, 18S5. Rede Lecturer, 1873- 
Professor of Mathematics at Queen's College, Belfast, 1854- 
60. Professor of Natural Philosophy at Edmburgh Univer- 
sity, 1860-1901; F.R.S.E.; Secretary, 1879; Keith prize. 
Married, Oct. 13, 1857, Margaret Archer, sister of the Rev. 
James Porter, Master of Peterhouse. Royal medal of Royal 
Society, 1886. Hon. Sc.D., Univ. of Ireland, 1875 1 Hon.LL.D., 
Glasgow, 1901. Author, An Elementary Treatise on Quater- 
nions; Thermo-Dynamics; Heat; Light; Properties of Matter; 
Dynamics of a Particle; A Treatise on Natural Philosophy 
(with Lord Kelvin) ; The Unseen Universe (with Prof. Balfour 
Stewart), etc. Died July 4, 1901. Father of John G. (above). 
(Edinburgh Acad. Reg.; T. A. Walker, 496; Who was Who.) 

TAIT, THOMAS HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 25) at Trinity, 
July 4, 1843. S. of John. B. in Sou thwark, London. School, 
Middlesex (private). Matric. Michs. 1843; B.A. 1847; M.A. 
1850. Adm. ad eundem at 0.\ford, 1851. Ord. deacon 
(Oxford) 1847; priest, 1850; C. of Chinnor, Oxon., 1847-51. 
P.C. of MoUington with Claydon, 1851-61. R. of Hilperton 
with Whaddon, Wilts., 1861-88. Hon. Canon of Salisbury. 
Died Nov. 14, 1888, at Hilperton rectory. Father of Donald 
(1881). (Al. Oxon.; Crockford; The Guardian, Nov. 21, 1888.) 

TAIT, THOMAS SLATER. Adm. sizar at St John's, Apr. i, 
1873 ; from Owens College, Manchester. S. of Hugh, minister, 
United Presbyterian Church (and Jane Miller Slater). B. 
Nov. 18, 1852, at Musselburgh, Edinburgh. Matric. Michs. 
1873; Scholar, 1876. B.A. (18th Wrangler) 1877; M.A. 1880. 

TAITE, GEOFFREY CHARLES BRINDLEY. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, June 25, 1899. S. of John Charles, of 3, Whitehall 
Court, London. B. 1881, at Norwood, Surrey. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1899. A Mechanical Engineer. Of the Old 
Manor House, Market Street, Lutterworth, Leics. J. P. for 
Leics., 1938. Married and had issue. Died Jan. 27, 1951. 
(Eton Sch. Lists; KeUy, Handbook; The Times, Jan. 30, 195 1.) 

TAJIMA (post HAMAGUCHI), TAN. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 
1898. Eldest s. of Goryo Hamaguchi, land-owner. B. June 2, 
1874, at Wakayama, Osaka, Japan. School, private Univer- 
sity, Tokyo. Migrated to Pembroke, Oct. 1898; B.A. 1902 as 
Hamaguchi. A prominent policitian. Sometime Prime 
Minister of Japan. 

TAKHTSINHJI (1893), see BHAONAGAR, MAHARAJAH OF. 

TALBOT, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. 5, 1835. 
Did not reside. Matric. from New Inn Hall, Oxford, Oct. 29, 
1835, age 19. [5th and youngest s. of the Very Rev. Charles 
(Christ Church, Oxford, 1787), Dean of Salisbury. B. Aug. 18, 
18 16, in St Giles's, Dorset. School, Harrow.] Died Oct. 13, 
1881. (Al. Oxon.; Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

TALBOT, ARTHUR MAYNARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Oct. 5, 1888. S. of Clare, Esq., of 60, Hove Villas, Brighton, 
[B. Dec. 7, 1868.] School, Dover College. Matric. Michs. 
1888; Scholar, 1889; B.A. 1891; LL.B. (Law Tripos, Pt II, 
1st Class) 1892. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, Nov. 17, 
1893. A Special Pleader. On the South-Eastem circuit. Of 
4, Temple Gardens. (Dover Coll. Reg.; Law Lists, 1949.) 

TALBOT, ARTHUR PHILIP. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 12, 
1872. S. of Lieut.-Col. Robert, of The Crescent, Bedford. 
B. Feb. 16, 1853, at Woolwich. School, Haileybury. Matric. 
Michs. 1872. Joined the F.M.S. Civil Service, 1874; Assistant 
Colonial Secretary, 1891. Died Dec. 19, 1898. (Haileybury 
Reg.) 

TALBOT, ARTHUR THOMAS SURMAN. Adm. at Pembroke, 
Oct. 1897. Eldest s. of Richard John, manufacturer, of 
Barnwood, Gloucs. B. Mar. 22, 1879, at Gloucester. School, 



Talbot, Henry Thomas 

Dean Close. Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900; M.A. 1904. Ord. 
deacon (Chichester) 1903; priest (Bp. Richardson, for 
Chichester) 1904; C. of St Peter's, St Leonards-on-Sea, 
1903-8. C. of Ashford, Kent, 1908-9. V. of Rushall, Staffs., 
1909-40. V. of All Saints, West Bromwich, 1940-52. Preb. 
of Lichfield, 1943-52. Died Apr. 10, 1952. (Crockford; The 
Times, Apr. 15, 1952.) 

TALBOT, BLAQUIERE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, Jan. 30, 
1821. [3rd, 2nd surv.] s. of Robert, of Stone Castle, Dartford, 
Kent [and of the Middle Temple] (and Elizabeth Sophia, dau. 
of J. Savary, of Greenwich). B. [Oct. 23, 1802], at Welling, 
Kent. Schools, Rochester and Westminster. Matric. Michs. 
1821. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Oct. 21, 1823. Called to 
the Bar, June 10, 1831. On the Home circuit and in the 
Bankruptcy court. Died Nov. .«4, 1856, aged 54. (Record of 
Old Westminsters; Venn, 11. 180; Inns of Court; Law Lists; 
G. Mag., 1857, I. 121; Genealogist, N.S., xxiii. 63, with 
pedigree.) 

TALBOT, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity 
Hall, May 13, 1859. S. of Charles, deceased, late of Kidder- 
minster. Matric. Michs. 1859; B.A. 1863. Adm. Solicitor, 
1866; practised in Nottingham and in London. (Law Lists.) 

TALBOT, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 6, 
1859. [Only] s. of WiUiam Henry Fox (1817), M.P., of Lacock 
Abbey, Wilts, (and Constance, youngest dau. of Francis 
Mundy, of Markeaton, Derbs.). B. [Feb. 2], 1842, at Lacock 
Abbey, Wilts. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. i860; B.A. 
1864. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 6, i866. Succeeded 
to Lacock Abbey, 1877. J. P. and D.L. for Wilts. Died 
Dec. 26, 1916. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Law Lists; Inns of Court; 
Burke, L.G. ; Who was Who; The Morning Post, Dec. 28, 1916.) 

TALBOT, CHARLES [MAURICE]. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Aug. 20, 1796. Of Ireland. [3rd s. of John William, of Mount 
Talbot (and Lady Anne Crosbie, dau. of William, 1st Earl of 
Glandore).] Matric. Michs. 1796. Kept 9 terms. Comet, 
4th (Royal Irish) Regt. of Dragoons, 1799; Lieut., 71st Foot, 
1803; Captain, 5th (Northumberland) Foot, 1804, and 5th 
Fusiliers. Killed, 1809, at the battle of Walcheren. Brother 
of John (1795, sub Crosbie). (St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 504; 
Burke, L.G. of Ireland.) 

TALBOT, EUSTACE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 18, 1892. 
S. of John Gilbert (Christ Church, Oxford, 1853) [M.P., P.C] 
of Falconhurst, Eden Bridge, Kent (and the Hon. Meriel, 
Sarah, eldest dau. of George William, 4th Lord Lyttelton). 
B. [Sept. 1] 1873, in London. School, Winchester. Matric. 
Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1899; M.B. and B.Chir., 1901. 
At St Bartholomew's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1899; 
M.R.C.P., 1901. House Physician and Resident Medical 
Officer, Royal Hospital for Diseases of the Chest; House 
Physician, St Bartholomew's Hospital, 1900. Died May 26, 
1905. 'Without doubt, had he lived he would have made 
a great physician.' (Winchester Coll. Reg.; Medical Direc- 
tories; Shipley, Memoir of John Willis Clark.) 

TALBOT, FRANCIS THEODORE. Adm. at King's, Sept. 29. 
1891. S. of Theodore Lant. B. Jan. 20, 1872. School, 
Giggleswick. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894; M.B. and 
B.Chir., 1900. At Leeds General Infirmary; House Surgeon 
and House Physician there. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1898; 
F.R.C.S., 191 1. Practised at Stockton-on-Tees until 1925. 
Subsequently Consulting Surgeon. Married, 1902, Kate 
Helen Sharp. Of 25, Bridge Road, Stockton-on-Tees, in 
1946. (Giggleswick Sch. Reg.; King's Coll. Reg.; Medical 
Directories.) 

TALBOT, GILBERT CHETWYND. Hon. LL.D., 1842. [6th s. of 
Charles, 2nd Earl Talbot (Christ Church, Oxford, 1794)- B. 
Apr. 21, 1816. School, Eton.] Matric. from Christ Church, 
Oxford, May 15, 1834, age i8; B.A. (Oxford) 1837; M.A. 
(Oxford) 1842. FeUow of All Souls, 1838-51. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, May 4, 1837. Canon of the Church of Rome. 
Priest of the Church of the Assumption, Warwick Street, 
Golden Square, London, 1869-95. Domestic Prelate to 
Pope Leo XIII, 1889-95. Canon of Arch-diocese of West- 
minster, 1889-95; Provost, 1895-6. Died Dec. 13, 1896, at 
Blackheath. (Boose, in. 869; Burke, P. and B. (sub Shrews- 
bury).) 

TALBOT, HENRY THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 27, 
1872. S. of Frederick, solicitor, of Newbury (and Caroline). 
B. [Feb. 14, 1854], at Speen, Berks. Bapt. Apr. 30, 1854. 
[School, Winchester.] Matric. Michs. 1872; Scholar, 1874; 
B.A. (i&th Wrangler) 1876; M.A. 1883. Adm. a Solicitor, 
1882 ; practised at Lincoln's Inn Fields. Died July 29, 1887. 
(Winchester Coll. Reg.; Eagle, xv. 103.) 



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TALBOT, The Hon. JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Apr. 23, 1823. S. of James [3rd Baron Talbot of Malahide in 
the Irish Peerage] (and Anne Sarah, 2nd dau. of Samuel 
Rodbard). B. [Nov. 22, 1805], at Tiverton, Devon. School, 
Hertford. Matric. Michs. 1823; Scholar, 1826; B.A. (lotk 
Classic) 1827; M.A. 1830. M.P. for Athlone, 1832-4. Suc- 
ceeded to the Irish peerage. 1850. Created a peer of the 
United Kingdom, as Baron Talbot de Malahide, 1856. Lord 
in Waiting to Queen Victoria, 1863-6. President of the 
Archaeological Society, 1863-83. Formed a collection of 
Irish gold ornaments and enamels, some of which he presented 
to the Fitzwilliam .Museum. F.R.S. 185S; F.S.A., 1858. 
President of the Royal Irish Academy, 1866-83. President of 
the Anthropological Society. Married, Aug. 9, 1842, Maria 
Margaretta, youngest dau. of Patrick Murray, of Simprim, 
Forfars. Died Apr. 14, 1883, at Funchal, Madeira. Father of 
Reginald G. M. (1868). {Boase, ni. 872; Burke, P. and B.; 
D.N.B.) 

TALBOT, JOHN (1795), see CROSBIE. 

TALBOT, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 29, 1895. S. of 
Gilbert, of Spencer Road, Acton, Middlesex. B.[June 7]. 
1876, at Thame, Oxon. School, Newcastle High, Staffs. 
Matric. Michs. 1895; Scholar, 1896; (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, 
ist Class, 1897); B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt II, ist Class) 1898; 
M.A. 1902. B.Sc, London, 1899. Assistant Master at Harrow, 
1900-12; Head Master of Newcastle-on-Tyne Grammar 
School, 1912-21; of Haileybury, 1921-34. D.L. for North- 
umberland. Married, Dec. 19, 1906, Helen Maud, 3rd dau. of 
Arthur Bryans, of Harrow-on-the-Hill. Latterly of Barton 
Stacey, Winchester. Died Apr. 15, 1937. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; 
The limes, Apr. 17, I937-) 

TALBOT, JOSEPH CRUICKSHANK. Hon. LL.D. x868. 
Coadjutor-Bishop of Indiana, U.S.A. 

TALBOT, The Hon. REGINALD GILBERT MURRAY. Adm. 
pens, at Trinity, Mar. 7, i85S. [2nd] s. of James (1823) 
[4th] Baron Talbot de Malahide, of Co. Dublin. B. there 
[Jan. 30], 1849. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1868; LL.B. 
1872. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 18, 1871. Called to the 
Bar, Jan. 26, 1875. On the South-Eastern Circuit. Adm. at 
the King's Inns, Dublin, 1873. C.B.E., 1918. Chairman of 
the Metropolitan Court of Referees under the Insurance Act. 
Married (i) Apr. 28, 1885, Edith Lucy Murray, dau. of the 
Rev. Jermyn Pratt, of Ryston Hall, Norfolk; (2) Jan. 3, 1907, 
Richenda, dau. of Charles Buxton, M.P., of Fox Warren, 
Surrey. Died May 7, 1930, in London. (Law Lists; Inns of 
Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; Burke, P. and B.; Who was 
Who; The Times, May 8, 1930.) 

TALBOT, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Mar. 27, 
1847; a 'Ten-year man.' Of Herts. 

TALBOT, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Jan. 12, 1897; 
from Manchester University. [2nd] s. of E[dward] Esq., of 
Lavenham Villas, Stretford, Manchester. [B. 1875.] Matnc. 
Lent, 1897; B.A. 1899; Carus Greek test, price, 1899; M.A. 
1903. Bishop Fraser Scholar at Owens College, Manchester. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1899; priest, 1900; C. of St Martin- 
at-Coslany with St Martin-at-Oak, Norwich, 1899-1902. 
C. of St Catherine's, Ventnor, Isle of Wight, 1902-5. C. of 
St Matthew's, Bayswater, 1905-6. Canon of St John's 
Cathedral, Winnepeg and Head Master and Professor of 
E.xegesis, at St John's College, Winnipeg, 1906-10. V. of 
St Mary-in-the-Castle, Hastings, Sussex, 1910-24. V. of 
Gorleston, 1924-9. V. of Reigate, Surrey, 1929-47. Married, 
1910, Ethel Maude, dau. of Canon E. A. Stuart. Died Apr. 26, 
1950, at Bexhill. [Crockford.) 

TALBOT, RICHARD HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1868. S. of Frederick. School, St Andrew's CoUege, 
Bradfield (The Rev. T. Stevens). Matric. Michs. 1868; 
Scholar; B.A. (36(/i Wrangler) 1873; M.A. 1876. Ord. deacon 
(Manchester) 1874; priest, 1876; C. of St Andrew's, Man- 
chester, 1874-8. C. of St Mary's, Reading, 1879-80. C. of 
Cuckfield, Sussex, 1880-5. C. of Belchford, Lines., 1885-90. 
R. of Reynoldston, Glam., 1890-1910. V. of Penrice, 1890- 
1910. R. of Penmaen (with Nicholaston, 1925) 1910-26. 
Married, June 9, 1890, Mary, eldest dau. of the Hon. and 
Rev. Thomas Edwardes, R. of Belchford. Died Sept. i, 1926. 
(Bradfield Coll. Reg.; Crockford; The Times, Sept. 4, 1926.) 

TALBOT, STAFFORD CECIL. Adm. at C.-^ius, Oct. 2, 1899. 
[3rd] s. of Gerald Francis, Colonel, of The Carlton Club, and 
of 42, St George's Square, London (and Henrietta Clarissa 
Bradhurst, of New York). B. May 3, 1880, in London. 
School, Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs. 1899; exhibi- 
tioner. Football (rugby) 'blue,' 1900. In business. Died 
Sept. 16, 1950, at St Margarets, near Dover. (Cheltenham 
Coll. Reg.; Venn, in. 399; The Times, Sept. 20, 1950) 



Tallent, John Henry 

TALBOT, THOMAS SUGDEN. Adm. pens, at Caius, 1794. S. of 
Thomas, surgeon, of Wymondham, Norfolk. B. there. 
School, North Walsham (.Mr Hepworth). Matric. Michs. 1795; 
B.A. (nth Wrangler) 1799; M.A. 1803. FeUow, 1802. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) Sept. 20, 1801; priest, Sept. 25, 1803. R. of 
GressenhaU, Norfolk, 1805-7. V. of Horsham St Faith and 
Horsford, 1809-12. V. of St Mary Coslany, Norwich, 1811-32. 
R of Heigham by Norwich, 1813-28. R. of Carleton St Peter, 
Norfolk, 1814-32. R. of Troston, Suffolk, 1817-25. R- of 
Tivetshall, Norfolk, 182S-32. Married, Anne, dau. of John 
Hill, of GressenhaU Hall. Died May 20, 1832, aged 53, at 
Tivetshall. (Venn, 11. 128; Clerical Guide; G. Mag., 1832, I. 
570.) 

TALBOT, THOMAS WILLIAM LIVESEY. Matric. Non-CoU. 
Michs. 1900. Migrated to St Catharine's; B.A. 1904; M.A. 
1911. Ord. deacon (York) 1905; priest, 1906; C. of St 
Andrew's, Sharrow, Sheffield, 1905-14- P.-m-c. of New 
Bentley, Yorks., 1914-18. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(T C.F. 1918-19). C. of St Augustine's, Hull, 1920-5. C. of 
All Saints, Pontefract, 1925-31- V. of Middlestown, Yorks 
1931-48. Died June 21, 1948, at Wakefield. (Crockford; 
Church Times, June 23, 1948.) 

TALBOT, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Clare, Nov. 12, 1782. B.at 
Emberton, Bucks. [Doubtless s. of the Rev. WiUiam (1738).] 
Matric. Michs. 1783; B.A. 1787; M.A. 1790. Ord deacon 
(Norwich) Dec. 21, 1788; priest, Sept. 20, 1789; C. of Elmsett 
and Aldham, Sufiolk. R. of Clifton-Reynes, Bucks., 1805-32- 
(Foster, Index Eccles.; Clerical Guide.) 

TALBOT, WILLIAM HENRY FOX. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Trinity June 17, 1817. [Only] s. of WiUiam [Davenport] 
(Christ Church, Oxford, 1779) [of Lacock Abbey Chippenham, 
Wilts., deceased] (and Elizabeth Theresa, eldest child of 
Henry Thomas Fox-Strangways, 2nd Earl of Ilchester). 
B [Feb II iSoo], at Melbury, Dorset. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1817; Scholar, 1819; Porson prize, 1820; 
B.A. (12th Wrangler) 1821; 2nd Chancellor's medal, 1821; 
M.A, 1825. Mathematician and pioneer of early photography; 
invented 'photogenic drawing,' 1839, and patented the 
'Talbotype' method. F.R.S., 1831; Royal medal, 1838; 
Rumford medal, 1842. F.R.A.S. 1822. Great gold medal at 
the Paris Exhibition, 1867. Hon. LL.D., Edinburgh 1863. 
Of Lacock Abbey, Wilts. M.P. for Chippenham 1833-4- 
J.P. and D.L. for Wilts. ; High Sheriff, 1840. Married, Dec. 20, 
1832, Constance, youngest dau. of Francis xMundy, of 
Markeaton, Derbyshire. Author, The Pencil of.\ ature, 1044-* 
(the first book illustrated by photography); Legendary 1 ales 
in verse a,id prose, etc. Died Sept. 17, 1877- Father of 
Charles H. (1859). (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Boase, in. 872; Burke, 
LCD N.B.; Monthly Notices, Royal Astrott. Soc. xxxvni. 
(1878), 148.) 
TALBOT, WILLIAM JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 20) at >(Ugdalene, 
Sept. 19, 1879. [Also adm. (age 19) at Jesus, Oct. 1, 1879-] 
[Only] s. of John, deceased, of Mount Talbot, Co. Roscommon 
(and his 2nd wife, Gertrude Caroline, dau. of Lieut.-Col. 
Bayly, of BaUyarthur, Co. Wicklow). [B. July 1, 1859-J 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1879, from Magdal^e. 
Succeeded his father. J. P. and D.L.; High Shenfi of Co. 
Roscommon, 1886; of Armagh, 1903. Lord-Lieut, of Co. 
Roscommon. Capt., Wicklow Artillery. Married Aug. 14, 
1897, Julia Elizabeth Mary, only child of Sir Capel Molyneux, 
7th Bart. Died June 7, 1923- (Burke, L.G. of Ireland; Who 
was Who.) 
TALBOT-CROSBIE, WILLIAM (1835), see CROSBIE. 
TALLENT, ARTHUR THOMAS. Adm. pens at St John's, 
Tune 19, 1886. S. of Herbert, farmer, of Thurmng, Norfolk, 
(and Elizabeth Mamer Taylor). B there, Nov 27, 1868. 
School, King's Lynn Grammar (The Rev. J. B. Shght). 
Matric. Michs. 1886; LL.B. 1889. Adm. Sohcitor 1893; 
practised in London (Messrs Taylor and Humbolt of Gray s 
Inn). Died Apr. 12, 1944- Brother of the next. (Law Lists; 
The Times, Apr. 14, 1944-) 
TALLENT, JOHN HENRY- Adm. pens, at St John's Oct. 17, 
1892. S. of Herbert, farmer, of West Acre, Swaflham (and 
Eluabeth Mamer Taylor). B. June 2, 1872, at Bylaugh, East 
Dereham, Norfolk. Schools, King's Lynn Grarmiiar; 
Gymnasium, Kiel, and University CoUege, London. Matnc. 
Michs. 1892 Scholar, 1894; (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I.i^t Class 
1894); B.A. 1896; M.B. and B.Chir., 1900. At St Georges 
hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1899.. House Surgeon and 
House Physician at St George's Hospital Resident Mescal 
Officer, General Lying-in Hospital. Lambeth. Practised at 
Chislehurst, and latteriy at Upton-Grey Hants. Married 
Mar. 16, 1909, Hilda Mary, dau. of Ambrose Snelhng of 
MaidstoAe. Of Pond House, Upton Grey, m 1947- Brother 
of the above. (Medical Directories.) 



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TALLENTS, ERNEST FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H., 
Oct. I, 1894. [S. of VV. H.] B. [at Barnsley], Sept. 18, 1873- 
Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897; M.A. 1901. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) 1899; priest, 1900; C. of Little with Great EUrng- 
ham, Norfolk, 1899-1902. C. of Thorpe-Episcopi, 1902-5. 
C. of St Mark's, Woodhouse, Leeds, 1905-8. C. of Eaton, 
Norfolk, 1908-10. C. of Harpenden, Herts., 1911-12. C. of 
Hitchin, 1912-14. R. of Upper Sapey, Heref., 1914-19- V. of 
Kimbolton with Middleton-on-the-Hill and Hamnish, Heref., 
1919-29. V. of Brandon with Sleetbum, Durham, 1929-34. 
V. of Bossall with Buttercrambe, Yorks., 1934-40- Married 
Margaret Muriel, dau. of Professor G. F. Armstrong, of 
Edinburgh. Died Feb. 12, 1944, at Wokingham. (Crockford; 
Who's Who in Norfolk; 1 he limes, Feb. 16, 1944.) 
TALMA, EDWY LYONET. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Sept. 28, 
1891. B. in the Barbados. School, Harrison College, 
Barbados. Matric. Michs. i8gi; Scholar, 1892; B.A. (nth 
Wrangler) 1S94. Cadet, Straits Settlements, 1896; Protector 
of Immigrants, Penang, 1897-1902; assistant Post-Master, 
1902; Magistrate, 1903; Deputy Registrar, Supreme Court, 
Singapore, 1904; Called to the Bar, 1912. Magistrate and 
District Judge, Singapore, 1913. Died July 6, 1930, m 
Singapore. (Law Lists; Peile, 11. 77°; The Times, July 21, 
1930-) 
TALMAN, WILLIAM. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
June 8, 1839. S. of the Rev. James John (Wadham College, 
Oxford, 1786), [Chaplain of Bromley College, 1S00-20.] B. 
Dec. 26, 1819 at Bromley, Kent. Matric. Michs. 1839; B.A. 
1843; U.X. 1846. Fellow, 1842-56. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 
1844; priest (Salisbury) 1S45. C. of Hilperton, Wilts., 1847. 
C. of Cottisford, Oxon., 1847-51. P.C. of Wattisham, Sufiolk, 
1S51-6. P.C. of Thames Ditton, Surrey, 185&-60. R. of 
Haddiscoe with Toft Monks, Norfolk, 1860-76. Married, 
1857, Charlotte, 3rd dau. of James Evans, of Tutshill Lodge, 
Chepstow. Died Nov. 11, 1876, at Haddiscoe. (King's Coll. 
Reg., which gives died Nov. 4, 1876; P. E. Powell; Clergy 
List; Crockford.] 
TALMASH, The Hon. JAMES FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at 
Peterhouse, June 28, 1832. Of Leics. [5th s. of William, 
Baron Huntingtower, of Buckminster, Leics. B. Apr. 16, 
1804.] Matric. Michs. 1832. M.P. for Grantham, 1837-68. 
Married (i) Aug. 26, 1831, Sarah, dau. of R. Bomford, Esq., 
of Rahinstown, Co. Meath; (2) Sept. 4, 1847, Isabella Anne, 
eldest dau. of George Gordon Forbes, Esq. Died July 2, 1886. 
Brother of Hugh F. (1823, sub ToUemache). (Burke, P. and B. 
sub Dysart; 2 . A. Walker, 445.) 
TAMBERLAIN, JAMES LLOYD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Apr. 18, 1866. S. of Charles. B. [Feb. 18], 1845, at Court- 
calmone, Montgom. School, Kent (private). Matric. Michs. 
1866; B.A. 1873. Captain, Montgomery Militia, 1876. (Army 
Lists.) 
TAMPLIN, AUGUSTUS LASHMAR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 17, 1857. S. of Richard WiUiam. B. Sept. 24, 1838, in 
London. School, London (private). Matric. Michs. 1857. 
Organist of St James's Church, Marylebone. Lectured in 
London on the pianoforte. Composed pianoforte music and 
songs. His operetta Fleurette was produced at the Crystal 
Palace, 1874. Died May 8, 1889, at Fulham. (Boase, iii. 874, 
which gives Augustus Lechmore.) 
TAMPLIN, GEORGE FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Oct. 1874. [S. of the Rev. George Frederick (St John's 
College. Oxford, 1842), V. of Purleigh, Essex [and Maria]. 

B. Nov. 7, 1855. School, Merchant Taylors', London.] Matric. 
Michs., 1874; Scholar; B.A. 1878; M.A. 1887. Ord. deacon 
(Lichfield) 1878; priest, 1879; C. of Hanley, Staffs., 1878-82. 

C. of Stoke-on-Trent, 1882-6. R. of Longton, 1886-92. V. of 
Sculcoates, Yorks., 1892-1902. V. of Haxby, 1902-6. V. of 
Brodsworth, 1906-32. Died June 2, 1942, at Alby, Norfolk; 
buried at Newport, Essex. (Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; 
Crockford; J he limes, June 5, 1942.) 

TAMPOE, ALFRED MCGOWAN COOMARASAMY. Adm. at 
Clare, Apr. 21,1899. [B. June 25, 1881.] Schools, St Thomas 
College, Colombo, and Stevenage. Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 
1902; M.A. 1924. Appointed to the I.C.S. 1904; Assistant 
Collector and Magistrate, Madras; Sub-collector and Joint 
Magistrate, 1913; Manager, Sivaganga estate, 1920-4; 
Officiating Collector and District Magistrate, 1924; Secretary 
to Government Development Department, 1927; retired, 
1939. Of The White House, Conduit Head Road, Cambridge 
in 1946. Doubtless brother of the next. (I.C.S. Lists.) 

TAMPOE, SAMUEL DURYSWAMY. Adm. (age 20) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. I, 1891. Eldest s. of Tamotharampilly McGowan, 
attorney, of Jafina, Ceylon. B. there, Apr. 1872. School, 
Trmity College, Kandy. Matric. Michs. 1891. Doubtless 
brother of the above. 

TAMVvORTH, Viscount (1803), see SHIRLEY, R. W. 

TAN, BOON CHENG, .^dm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Jan. 28, 
1887. Of Singapore. School, King's College. Matric. Lent, 



TANAKA, GINNOSUKE GISEI. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1893. 
S. of Kijikuro, of Tokyo, Japan. School, The Leys, Cam- 
bridge. Matric. Michs. 1893; LL.B. 1896. 

TANCOCK, JOHN KEIGWIN. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i, 
1859. 3rd s. of the Rev. Osborne John (Wadham College, 
Oxford, 1826), V. of Tavistock, Devon. B. Sept. 12, 1840. 
School, Truro (his father and Mr Newman). Matric. Michs. 
1859; exhibitioner; B.A. 1863; M.A. 1866. Ord. deacon 
(Winchester) 1865; priest, 1866. C. of Christ Church, Epsom, 
1865-72. Assistant Master at Cheam School, 1863-89, and 
1892-1903; Chaplain, 1872-89. Died June 27, 1904- (Scott, 
AfSS.; Boase, Collect. Cornub.; Crockford; Cambridge 
Chronicle, July 1, 1904.) 

TANCRED, DARCY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Christ's, Apr. 29, 
1837; from Queen's College, whence he had matric. Oct. 29, 
1835, age 18. [Eldest] s. of Darcy [of Shoreditch, gent.].' 

B. in London. School, private. Matric. Michs. 1837; B.A. 
1S42. (Al. Oxon; Peile 11. 459.) 

TANCRED, HENRY WILLIAM. Adm. (age 17) at Trinity Hall, 
Dec. 23, 1799. [2nd] s. of Sir Thomas [5th Bart.] (D.C.L., 
Oxford, 1773) (and Penelope, dau. of Thomas Assheton 
Smith, of Bowdon, Cheshire). School, Eton. Migrated to 
Tesus, Oct. 15, 1800. Matric. Lent, 1801; Scholar; 1802; 
B.A. 1804; M.A. 1807. Fellow of Jesus, 1808. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, May 4, 1799. Called to the Bar, May 11, 1804; 
Bencher, 1832-60; Treasurer, 1845-6. Q.C., 1840. M.P. for 
Banbury, 1832-59. One of the founders of the Society for the 
Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. Author, Review of the Policy 
of the British Government in the Treatment of its Catholic 
Subjects. Died Aug. 20, i860, at Margate. (Eton College 
Registei suggests that the Jesus entrant may be William (2nd s. 
of Sir Thomas, 2nd Bart.) who died, 1799, ia ^^^ West Indies; 
Boase, in. 875; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Return of M.P.s.) 

TANDY, GEORGE MERCER. Adm. sizar at St John's, May 10, 
1837. [S. of J. O'Brien. B. Aug. 6, 1819, at Carlisle.] School, 
King William's, Isle of Man (.Mr E. Wilson). Matric. .Michs. 
1838; Scholar; B.A. 1842. Ord. deacon (Carlisle) Mar. 12, 
1843; priest, 1844; C. of Lanercost, Cumberland, 1844-5. 

C. of Farlam, 1846-8. Chaplain and mathematical Lecturer 
at Cirencester .Agricultural College, 1848-9. C. of Whitfield, 
Northumberland, 1849-53. C. of Aikton, Cumberland, 1853- 
4. C. of Whitfield (again), 1854-60. P.C. of Newlands, 
Cumberland, 1861-6. V. of Loweswater, 1866-83. V. of 
Mosser, 1871-83. V. of Westward, 1883-97. Died May 25, 
1897. (King William's Coll. Reg.; Clergy List; Eagle, xx. 228; 
Crockford; 1 he Times, June 4, 1897.) 

TANDY, JOHN MORTIMORE. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 4, 
1844. S. of William, of Bristol (and Ann). B. there. Bapt. 
Jan. 13, 1826. Migrated to Peterhouse, June 25, 1845. 
Matric. Michs. 1845; B.A. 1849; M.A. 1853; LL-D- 1869. Ord. 
deacon (Hereford) 1849; priest, 1876. C. of St Andrew's, 
.Montpelier, Bristol, 1856-7. Took pupils at Clifton, 1857-64- 
Head Master of Devizes Grammar School, 1864-70. C. of 
Minster, Isle of Thanet, 1875-8. C. in c. of Dalbeattie, 
Kirkcudbrightshire, 1878-82. Inc. of Ladysmith, S. Africa. 
1882-6. Died there. May 8, 1886. (T. A. Walker, 486 and 
MS. note; Boase, iii. 660; Crockford; The Guardian, May 19, 
1886; C. R. Hudleston.) 

TANFIELD (formerly PUNCH), JOHN FREDERICK. Adm. pens, 
at Christ's, July i, 1896. S. of John Punch. B. Apr. 28, 
1875, at Middlesbrough. Schools, Middlesbrough Grammar 
and Ealing Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899; .M.A. 
1903. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1899; priest, 1900; C. of Low 
Moor, Yorks., 1899-1901. V. of Threckingham with Stow, 
Lines., 1901-2. C. of Spalding, 1902-8. V. of St Jude's, 
West Derby, Liverpool, 1908-9. R. of Holywell with 
Needingworth, Hunts., 1909-13. V. of Bumham-on-Crouch, 
Essex, 1913-15. V. of Earby, Yorks., 1915-24. R. of Thorn- 
ton-in-Craven, 1915-31. Married, July 1, 1907, Dorothy 
Ermyntrude, dau. of Stanley Maples, of The Sycamores, 
Spalding. Latterly of Ravensdale, Ben Rhydding, Ilkley, 
Yorks. Died June 24, 1940. (Peile, 11. 810; Crockford; The 
Times, June 26, 1940.) 

TANGYE, RICHARD TREVITHICK GILBERTSTONE. Adm. 
pens, at Trinity, June 25, 1894. [3rd] s. of [Sir] Richard 
[Kt.], of Gilbertstone, Kingston Vale, Putney, (and Caroline, 
dau. of Thomas Jesper). B. [June 26, 1875], in Birmingham. 
School, Bromsgrove. Matric. 1894; B.A. and LL.B. 1897. 
Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, June 14, 1899. On the 
Midland Circuit. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Vol. 
Driver, British Red Cross in France, 1914-16; Major, Gen. 
List; O.B.E., 1919; mentioned twice in despatches; Chevalier, 
Order of Leopold (Belgium); French Croix de Guerre). 
Chairman, of Messrs Tangyes, Ltd., 1930-4- Of Glendorgal, 
St Columb Minor, Cornwall. Chairman of Cornwall Quarter 
Sessions, 1941. Married, Apr. 15, 1903, Sophie EUzabeth 
Freda, elder dau. of James Kidman, of Sefton Park, Liverpool, 
and had issue. Died June 12. 1944. (Bromsgrove Reg.. 99; 
Burke, P. and B. ; Law Lists ; Who's Who; The Times, June 14, 
1944.) 

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Tankerville, Earl of 

TANKERVILLE, EARL OF (1793), see OSSULSTON. 

TANNER, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Apr. 12, 
1877. Of Wilts. [S. of J., Esq., deceased. B. Ma