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ENGLAND AND WALES. 



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England and Walks' have been printed^ 
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EDITED BY 

JOSEPH JACKSON HOWARD, LL.D., 

MALTRAVERS HERALD EXTRAORDINARY, 
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FREDERICK ARTHUR CRISP. 



VOLUME 2. 



PRIVATELY PRINTED. 
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Page 


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Battye - Trevor of Tingrith 




Lanolev .... 


101 


House, oo. Bedford . 


*57 


Lee of Thame, co. Oxford 


63 


Bbllasis .... 


57 


Lockbtt of Liverpool 


108 


Bright of Liverpool 


16 


Manning of Diss, co. Norfolk . 


121 


Brittom of Bristol, and Bitton 




Markham of Creaton and 




House, Enfield, co. Mid- 




Northampton . 


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dlesex .... 


77 


Martyn of Tonacombe, co. 




Brow* ..... 


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Cornwall, and of Lifton, 




Buckler .... 


163 


co. Devon 


81 


Carlton of Truro, co. Corn- 




Milbornb - Swinnbrton - Pil • 




wall .... 


i*3 


kinoton of Chevet, co. 




Christie of Glyndebourne, co. 




York .... 


173 


Sussex .... 


"5 


Monck of Corston, near Bath . 


137 


Coode of Polapit Tamar, co. 




Monck of Coley, Reading, co. 




Cornwall .... 


18 


Berks .... 


134 


Crawfurd of East Grinstead, 




NlCHOLLS .... 


49 


co. Sussex 


8 


Oliver 


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Cripps of Cirencester, co. Glou- 




Paris 


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cester .... 


119 


Pbnruddockb of Compton 




Cure of Blake Hall, Bobbing- 




Park, co. Wilts 


44 


worth, co. Essex 


32 


Pbrcival .... 


68 


Duodale of Griffin, Blackburn, 




Price of Glynllech, co. Brecon 


'59 


co. Lancaster • 


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Pridbaux-Brunb of Prideaux 




Duodale of Wroxall Abbey, 




Place, Padstow, co. Corn- 




co. Warwick 


105 


wall .... 


97 


Fernell of Sheffield 


"7 


Quaylb of Crogga, Isle of Man 


40 


Gatty 


*53 


Rope 


9i 


Gibson of Saffron Walden, co. 




Salter 


37 


Essex .... 


88 


Smith of Suttons, co. Essex . 


129 


Gwatkin .... 


1 


So biers of Mendip Lodge, co. 




Gwatkin of Potteme, Devizes, 




Somerset .... 


*5 


co. Wilts. 


166 


Stucley of Affeton Castle, and 




Hopb-Edwardbs of Netley, co. 




Hartland Abbey, co. Devon 


148 


Salop .... 


47 


Tempest of Broughton - in - 




Jbaffreson of Framlingham, 




Craven, and Coleby, co. 




co. Suffolk . 


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Lincoln .... 


139 


Johnson of Hornchurch, co. 




Tower of Weald Hall, co. 




Essex .... 


5 


Essex .... 


33 


Jossblyn of Ipswich 


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Tukb of Saffron Walden, co. 




Joynson of Liscard, in the 




Essex .... 


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parish of Wallasey, co. 




Wilder of Purley Hall, and 




Chester .... 


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Sulham, co. Berks . 


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Arms on record in the College 
of Arms. — Ermine, two chev- 
ronels engrailed vert between 
three bees volant proper. 

Crest. — On a mount vert a 
garb or, in front thereof a 
Cornish chough with wings ex- 
panded sable. 

Motto. — Duw a bortha j 
brain. 



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Lucy Ann,: 
dau. of Wil- 
liam King 
of Holborn, 
co. Midd. ; 
died 3 Feb., 
bur. at St. 
Andrew's, 
Holborn, 9 
Feb. 1794. 
1st wife. 



One child, 
who died 
an infant. 



= Abraham Gwatkin of Lon- 
don, born in parish of St. 
Marylebone,co. Middlesex, 
28 May, bapt. there 17 
June 1761 ; died 19 No- 
vember, bur. at Becken- 
bam, 00. Kent, 24 Novem- 
ber 1838. Will dated 22 
August 1836, proved 11 
May 1839. 



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John Abraham 
Gwatkin, born 
2 September, 
bapt. at St. An- 
drew's, Hol- 
born, 25 Sep- 
tember 1796; 
died 9 October 
1815. 



=Mary, dau. of John 
Dugleby of Dept- 
ford 5 bom 3 1 Aug., 
bapt. at St. Nicho- 
las', Deptford, 15 
Sept. 1 771 -, marr. 
there 12 Dec. 1795 J 
died at Guildford 
Street 24 February, 
bur. at Beckenham 
2 March 1841. 2nd 
wife. 



Mary Dugleby, 
born 23 Dec., 
1 797, bapt. at St. 
Andrew's, Hol- 
born, 14 Jan. 
1798; died un- 
marr. 18 Nov., 
bur. at New 
Hampton, co. 
Middlesex, 23 
Nov. 1887. 



Henry Aboukir 
Gwatkin, born 
6 Sept. 1799, 
bapt. privately; 
died unmarr. 2 
September, bur. 
at Waltham- 
stow 6 Septem- 
ber 1851. 



Mary Dugleby,=r=Rev. Charles Stanwell, Frederick Stapleton=j=Christina Helen Grahame, 



born in London 
21 Nov. 1847, 
bapt. at St. Pan- 
eras New Parish 
Ch., 1 Jan. 1848) 
marr. at Holy 
Trinity,Twicken- 
ham, 5 Septem- 
ber 1872. 



M.A., formerly Fellow 
of St. John's College, 
Cambridge, Vicar of 
North Stoke with Ips- 
den, and Rector of Newn- 
ham Murren, co. Oxford; 
born at Boston, co. Lin- 
coln, 5 April, bapt. there, 
in the parish of St. Bo- 
tolph, 21 April 1836. 



Gwatkin, M.A.Trinity 
College, Cambridge ; 
Major 13th Bengal 
Lancers ; born in Lon- 
don 30 January, bapt. 
at Regent Square 
Chapel, St. Pancras, 
co. Middx., 1 March 
1849. 



dau. of Surgeon-General 
Archibald Henry Fraser, 
Medical Staff; born at 
Seamill, near Ardrossan, 
Ayrshire, 2 July 1862, 
and bapt there; marr. at 
Rawul Pindi, Bengal, 
20 April 1882. 



Louisa Helen Fraser, born at Twicken- 
ham 28 April, bapt. there, in the parish of 
Holy Trinity, 2 June 1883 j died at Rawul 
Pindi, Bengal, 2 May 1884, and bur. there. 



Frederick Gwatkin, born 
at Murree/ Bengal, 12 
April 1885, and bapt. 
there. 



Archibald Gwatkin, born 
at Naina Tal, Bengal, 7 
September 1886, and 
bapt there. 



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Richard Gwatkin, 
born in December 
1 80 1 j died in in- 
fancy, bur. at St. 
Andrew's, Hol- 
bora, 7 July 1802. 



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Richard William Gwat-=pEliza, dan. of Wil- 
liam Mason of Lon- 
don; marr. at St. 
Pancras, London, 
16 October 1852. 



kin, born 11 December 
1803; died 15 Novem- 
ber 1885. 



Augusta Caroline, born 
14 July 1853. 



Abraham Gwatkin, born 
19 July, bapt at St. An- 
drew's, Holborn, 11 Aug. 
1 805 j died nnmair. 8 May, 
bnr. there 16 May 1829, 
aged 24. 



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Arthur John Campbell Gwatkin, 
M.A. St. John's College, Cam- 
bridge, formerly of Lincoln's 
Inn, co. Middlesex; born at 
Twickenham 17 July, bapt. 
there, in the parish of St. Mary, 
16 August 1850; marr. at Holy 
Trinity Church, Twickenham, 
28 Jan. 1875, Charlotte Hen- 
rietta, youngest dau. of Rev. 
Thomas Bevan, M.A. of Balliol 
College, Oxford, formerly Vicar 
of * Holy Trinity, Twickenham ; 
born there 16" June, bapt. there, 
in the parish of Holy Trinity, 25 
July 1850. =F 



Richard Phillips=y=Caroline Winifred? 



Thompson, M. A. 
Trinity College, 
Cambridge 5 of 
Stamford,co. Lin- 
coln ; born 24 
May, bapt. at 
All Saints', Stam- 
ford, 8 Septem- 
ber 1844 j died 
at Stamford 1 
August, and bur. 
there 5 August 
1882. 1st hus- 
band. 



Casmaijor, born at 
Twickenham 1 Oc- 
tober, bapt. there, 
at St. Mary's, 5 
November 1851 5 
marr. 1st, at Holy 
Trinity, Twicken- 
ham, 27 July 1871 ; 
marr. andly, at St. 
George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 24 
April 1890. 



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John Rudd Leesoo, 
i.D., M.R.C.S. 
(formerly Demons- 
trator of Anatomy 
at St. Thomas's 
Hospital, London), 
of Clifden House, 
Twickenham, born 
6 Jan., and bapt. 
at St George's, 
Hanover Square, 
London, 10 July 
1854. 2nd hus- 
band. 



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Charlotte Catherine Louisa, 
born in London 2 Nov. 
1875, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Twickenham, 7 Jan. 1876. 



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Elizabeth Wilms- 
hurst,born 5 Sept, 
bapt at St. An- 
drew's, Holborn, 
4 Oct. 18075 died 
unmarr. 7 Feb., 
bor.at Beckenham 
14 February 1838. 



Frederick Gwatkin of Lincoln's Inn and=r=Louisa Isabella, younger dau. of 



of Grove House, Twickenham, co. Mid- 
dlesex, born 12 February, bapt. at St. 
Andrew's, Holborn, 9 April 1809 ; died at 
Twickenham 17 Nov., bur. at Tedding- 
ton, co. Middlesex, 22 November 1873. 
Will dated 12 September 1873, proved 
15 December 1873. 



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Rev. Ambrose Stapleton, M.A., 
sometime Rector of Harwell and 
Vicar of East Budleigh, co. 
Devon; born at East Budleigh 
28 May 1826, and bapt there 
same day; marr. there 2 Sep- 
tember 1846. 



Alexander George Stapleton 
Gwatkin, formerly of Maske- 
liya, Ceylon, now of London, 
born at Twickenham 1 1 Nov., 
bapt. there, at Holy Trinity, 
14 December 1853 5 marr. at 
Ipsden, co. Oxford, 26 July 
1876, Alice Jane, elder dau. 
of Andrew Thompson of 
Keele, co. Stafford 5 born at 
Keele, and bapt. there $ June 
1851. 



Louisa Florence Camilla, born 
at Twickenham 28 August, 
bapt. there, at Holy Trinity, 29 
September 1856; marr. at 
Holy Trinity, Twickenham, 21 
Jan. 1878, Frederick Warbur- 
ton Dunston, M.A. Wadham 
College, Oxford, Barrister-at- 
Law ; of Donhead St. Mary, co. 
Wilts; born there 24 Decem- 
ber 1850, bapt there 25 Janu- 
ary 1851. 



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Willoughby Garnons Gwatkin, 
Captain 63rd Foot, born at 
Twickenham 1 1 August, bapt 
there, at Holy Trinity, 8 Sep- 
tember 1859 5 marr. at St 
John's, Hurst, 23 June 1888, 
Edith Campbell, 3rd dau. of 
Alexander Butler Rowley, 
D.L., of Hurst, co. Lancaster ; 
born 14 July, bapt at St 
James', Ashton-under-Lyne, 2 
August 1869. ^j 

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Ltlias Mary Stapleton, 
born at Maskeliya, 
Ceylon, 4 July, bapt 
there 25 August 1877. 



Florence Marion Staple- 
ton, born at Maskeliya, 
Ceylon, 25 November 
1878, bapt there 2 Fe- 
bruary 1079. 



Frederick Ambrose Stapleton 
Gwatkin, born at Maskeliya, 
Ceylon, 3 July, bapt there 
21 August 1880. 



Gladys Brabazon Stapleton, 
born at Maskeliya, Ceylon, 7 
March, bapt there 10 May 
1882. 



Reginald 



Dugleby Stapleton Gwatkin, 
born at Twickenham 24 Oct 1883, bapt. 
there, at Holy Trinity, 1 January 1884. 

Hugh Miles Stapleton Gwatkin, born at 
Anerley, near London, 17 March, bapt at 
Holy Trinity, Twickenham, 9 May 1886. 

Willoughby Levinge Stapleton Gwatkin, 
born at Fulham, London, 6 Dec 1892, 
bapt there, at All Saints, 4 Jan. 1893. 



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Charlotte Louisa, 
bora 2 June, 
bapt. at St. An- 
drew's, Holbora, 
i July 1813. 



Sophia, bora 16 Novem-= 
ber 1815, bapt. at St. 
Andrew's, Holbora, 14 
January 1816 5 marr. at 
Holy Trinity Church, 
Twickenham, co. Mid- 
dlesex, 18 January 1859. 
2nd wife. 



:Rev. William Lewis Pugh Garnons, M.A., formerly 
Fellow of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, Vicar 
of Ulting, co. Essex, bora at Newcastle-Emlyn, 
co. Carmarthen, 23 September 1792, bapt. there 1 
January 1793 5 died without issue at Ulting 5 
March, bur. there 12 March 1863. 



Rev. Walter Henry Trelawny Gwatkin,- 
M.A. King's Coll., Cambridge, Curate 
in Charge of Wye, co. Kent, born at 
Twickenham 27 August, bapt. there, at 
Holy Trinity, 28 September 1861. 
Assumed the name of Ashton, in addi- 
tion to his own, by deed dated 17 Feb. 
1888, and enrolled in Chancery 22 Fe- 
bruary 1888. 



: Frances Lilian, dau. and heir 
of Frank Ashton, J.P., of 
Twickenham ; born at Leam- 
ington, co. Warwick, 28 
May, bapt. at Lillington, co. 
Warwick, 20 July 18685 
marr. at Holy Trinity, Twick- 
enham, 18 January 1888. 



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Frank Trelawny Arthur Ashton-Gwatkin, 
born at Twickenham 14 April, bapt. 
there, at Holy Trinity, 28 May 1889. 



Hugh Fortescue Wilms- 
hurst Gwatkin, formerly 
Lieut. Highland Light 
Infantry (Militia), born 
at Twickenham 28 July, 
bapt. there, at Holy 
Trinity, 12 September 
18635 unmarr. 




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John Johnson of Burwell Hall, son of Robert John- 2 
son of Cherry Hinton, by Mary his wife $ bapt. at 
Chesterton, 00. Cambridge, 13 January 1775 ; 
died 7 November, bar. at BnrweU 11 November 
i837> *£** 63* Will dated 1 November, proved 13 
December 1837 by executors. 



John Appleyard Johnson of Wicken Hall,= 
co. Cambridge, born 7 August, bapt. at Bur- 
well 15 August 1796; died 18 May, bur. at 
Burwell 22 May 1875. Will dated 17 Aug. 
1872, proved 21 July 1875. 



: Mary, dan. of Thomas Appleyard of Burgh 
Hall, Swaffham Bulbeck, co. Cambridge, 
by Mary his wife j born 7 July 1770, bapt. 
at Swaffham Bulbeck 22 November 1776 j 
marr. there 24 December 1795; Dur - at 
Burwell 7 September i860, aged 89. 



^Elizabeth, dau. of Wil- 
liam Aspland of Wicken $ 
born at Wicken 14 Fe- 
bruary, bapt. there 14 
May 1797$ marr. there 
5 October 1820 ; died 
17 March, bur. at Bur- 
well 21 March 1884. 



Robert Johnson, born 18 
December 1797, bapt at 
Burwell 8 Feb. 1 798 j bur. 
there 7 July 1876. 

Thomas Johnson, born 1 1 
May, bapt. at Burwell 7 
Nov. 18005 bur. there 8 
January 1834. 



Emily Sophia, born x 1 Aug., 
bapt. at Wicken 20 Nov. 
1823 $ died 13 Dec, bur. at 
Burwell 20 December 1872. 



Elizabeth Aspland, 
born 20 August, 
bapt. at Wicken 14 
Dec. 18215 bur. at 
Wicken 22 July 
1826, aged 4 years 
and 11 months. 



John Johnson of Thet-= 
ford Abbey, Norfolk, 
born 30 April, bapt. at 
Wicken 29 Aug. 1825. 



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=Mary Sophia, dau. of 
James Debenham of 
Manor House, Felt- 
well j born 13 Dec. 
183 1, bapt at Bod- 
ney, Norfolk, 30 Jan. 
1832; marr. at Felt- 
well 21 March 1850. 



Maria Sophia 
Kersey, born 5 
February,bapt. 
at South Pick- 
enham 20 
April 1862. 



Agnes Mary, born 20= Charles Ford of Clifton, 
April, bapt. at South son of Arthur and Mary 
Ford; born 11 January, 
bapt at St Mary's, Bath- 
wick, 19 January 1836. 



Pfckenham 16 June 
1856; marr. at St 
Peter's, Thetford, 27 
December 1877. 



Ida Elizabeth, 
born 9 April, 
bapt. at South 
Pickenham 6 
June 1858. 



Jonn Sydney 
Johnson, born 
12 May, bapt. 
at South Pick- 
enham 26 Au- 
gust i860. 



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William Appleyard 
Johnson, born 4 May 
1 80 1, bapt. at Bur- 
well 2 June 1804; 
died 4 January, bur. 
at fiurwell 8 Jan. 
1834. 



Sophia, born »6 
January, bapt. at 
Burwell 15 March 
1803; died 21 Au. 
gust, bur. at Bur- 
well 24 Aug. 1850. 



Henry Johnson of Bur-= 
well,' born 27 April, 
bapt. at Burwell 26 
Dec. 1806 ; died 9 Feb., 
aged 5 1, bur. at Burwell 
t3 Feb. 1857. M.I. 



= Harriet, dau. of Charles Rust 
of Stuntney Hall, in parish 
of Stuntney, Ely; bapt. 
there 20 April 1815$ died 
1 August, aged 35, bur. at 
Burwell $ Aug. i8ji. M.I. 



William Asp- 
land Johnson, 
bapt. at Wick- 
en ao August 
18265 died 3 1 
May, bur. at 
Burwell 
5 June 1850. 



I 
Anne Eli- 
zabeth, 
born 22 
April, 
bapt. at 
Wicken 9 
July 
1828; 
marr. 
there 5 
October 
1850. 



: Henry James 
Debenham of 
PatmoreHall, 
Albury, co. 
Herts, son of 
James and 
Sophia De- 
benham ;born 
at Ixworth 14 
June, bapt. 
there 20 June 
1830. 



Anne, dau, 
Jonathan Flower 
of Feltwell Place, 
Norfolk ; born at 
Feltwell 1 Aug. 
1832, bapt. there 
»3 July 1834; 
marr. there 3 1 
Jan. 1854; died 
24 Dec., bur. at 
Chislejt 30 Dec. 
1858, aged 26. 
M.I. 1st wife. 



of=rRev, 



Robert John- 
son of St John's 
Coll., Cambridge, 
B.A. 1854, M.A. 
1857, Vicar of 
Chislet 1858—76, 
Rector of Smarden 
1876—78, Vicar 
of Hornchurch, 
Essex $ born at 
Spinney Abbey, co. 
Cambridge, 6 May, 
bapt. at Wicken 5 
June 1831. 



=Eliza Mary, 
dau. of Wil- 
liam Nurse 
of East Hall, 
Feltwell, co. 
Norfolk; 
born 4 Au- 
gust, bapt. 
27 August 
1 816 5 marr. 
at Feltwell 
12 January 
i860. 2nd 
wife. 



Isabel Elizabeth Prinzessin, born 16 December 
1854, bapt. at Heidelberg; died 23 March, 
bur. at Chislet 28 March 1071, aged 16. M.I. 



Jfohn Robert Johnson, born at Feltwell, Nor- 
olk, bapt. at Chislet 20 June 1858 5 died 12 
March, bur. at Chislet 16 March 1859, aged 
10 months. M.I. 



Alice Winifred, 
born 12 March, 
bapt at Soham 
22 May 1871. 



John Frederick Johnson, 
orn 16 April, bapt at 
Soham July 1870 (date of 
month omitted in Register). 



Anna Maria, born 22 
December 1872, bapt 
at Wicken 23 Febru- 
ary 1873. 



Florence Elizabeth, bom 
27 January, bapt at 
Soham 16 April 1875. 



Lilian Blanche, born 9= Rev. William Alfred Pember- 
Feb., bapt. at South ton, B.A. 1885, M.A. 1887 
Oxford, Head Master of the 
Grammar School, Stockport; 
born 13 June, bapt at St 

John's, Kensal Green, 28 
uly 1853. 



Pickenham 1 May 
1864; marr. at St 
Cuthbert's, Thetford, 
7 August 1888. 



Rev. Percy James De- 
benham Johnson,B. A. 
Pembroke Coll., Cam- 
bridge, born 9 Oct., 
bapt at South Picken- 
ham 31 Dec. 1865. 



Florence Isabel, 
born 30 April 
1867$ died 9 
May, bur. at 
South Picken- 
ham 11 May 
1870. 



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George Johnson of Cam- 
bridge, born 2< April, 
bapt. at Burwell 6 July 
1807 ; died 7 January, 
bur. at Cambridge Ceme- 
tery 13 January 1865. 
M.I. 



: Maria Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. 
John Healey Bromby, Vicar 
of Hull 5 born 8 August, 
bapt. at Holy Trinity Church, 
Hull, 15 September 1807 ; 
marr. there 29 September 
1845. * 



Timothy Johnson, 
born 2 Oct., bapt. 
at Burwell 2 Dec. 
18083 bur. at Bur- 
well 18 May 1809, 
aged 8 months. 



Elizabeth, born 4 
June, bapt. at Bur- 
well 28 September 
1 8 14; died 1 Dec., 
bur. at Burwell 6 
December 1878. 



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Rev. George Johnson, M.A. Emmanuel College, 
Cambridge 5 of Ferriby, co. York ; born 26 June, 
bapt. at St. Andrew the Great, Cambridge, 6 
August 1848. 



Rev. George Thomp-s 
son Nurse, B.A. 
Caius College, Cam- 
bridge, born 15 Feb., 
bapt. at Feltwell 25 
February 1831; died 
28 July, bur. at Barn- 
ham, Norfolk, 2 Au- 
gust 1864. isthusb. 



^Martha Aspland,= 
born 1 July 1837, 
bapt. at Wicken 
20 February 1 841 j 
marr. 1st at 
Wicken 4 July 
1 861, and 2ndly 
at Rushford, Nor- 
folk, 9 May 1889. 



iFrederick Wil- 
liam King of 
Rushford Lodge, 
Norfolk, born at 
Bramfield 21 
May, bapt. there 
9 June 1828. 
2nd husband. 



Frederick 5 
Appleyard 
Johnson, 
born 14 
May, bapt. 
at Wicken 
1 Decem- 
ber 1844. 



Frances Mildred, born 
15 November, bapt. 
at Soham 15 Decem- 
ber 1876. 



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Anne, born 5 Febru- 
ary, bapt. at Soham 
29 May 1878. 



: Annie, dau. of Tho- 
mas and Anna 
Maria Hustwick of 
Soham,Cambridge $ 
born 14 May 1844, 
bapt. at Soham 4 
September 1850 ; 
marr. there 1 July 
1869. 



Alec Manfield John- 
son, born 27 August 
1 881, bapt. at Wicken 
8 January 1882. 



Robert Appleyard John- 
son, born 25 August, 
bapt. at Wicken 28 Sep- 
tember 1884. 



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William George Bernard John- 
son, born 1 Nov. 1868, bapt. at 
South Pickenham 24 June 
18695 B.A. Selwyn College, 
Cambridge. 



Ethel Maude, born 
30 July, bapt. at 
South Pickenham 
4 September 1870. 



Grace Appleyard, 
born 27 Aug., bapt 
at St. Peters, Thet- 
ford, 30 September 
1872. 



Lottie Loufsa, bom 
9 May, bapt. at St 
Peters, Thetford, 
28 June 1874. 



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Arms recorded at the Lyon 
Office, Edinburgh, circa 1672, 
as those of James Crawford of 
Ardmillan alias Baidland, whose 
grandson John Craufurd 
founded the family in Sussex, 
and left one son Gibbs Craw- 
ford, named in this Pedigree : — 
Gules, on a fess ermine between 
three mullets argent two cres- 
cents interlaced of the field. 

Crest. — None is recorded at 
the Lyon Office, but a game 
hawk proper, hooded and belled 
or, has been uniformly used 
with the arms by the family in 
England and Scotland. 

Motto, — Durum Patientia 
Frango. 



Charles Payne Crawford of St. Hill, co.= 
Sussex, elder son of Gibbs Crawfurd of 
St. Hill, J.P., M.P. (Portrait by Sir J. 
Reynolds, R.A., in possession of the 
Baroness fiurdett Coutts), by his wife 
Anna, heir of Charles and Mary Payne 
of East Grinstead and Newick 5 born 
9 April, bapt. at St. Clement Danes, 
Strand, 16 May 1765 5 educated at 
Eton and St. John's College, Cam- 
bridge; B.A. 1786; M.A. 1789; Bar- 
rister-at-Law, Gray's Inn -, Paymaster 
of Widows' Pensions 5 J.P. ; died at 
Sydenham, co. Kent, 13 March ('Gent's 
Mag.'), bur. in family vault in the 
chancel of St. Swithun's, East Grin- 
stead, 22 March 18 14. Will proved 
P.C.C. 21 March 1814. {Portrait by 
H. P. Briggs, circa 18x0, at East 
Court, East Grinstead.) 



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: Arabella, eldest dan. of 
Rev. Charles Narcissus 
Proby, M.A., Rector of 
Stratford St Mary, 00. 
Suffolk (Portrait at East 
Court, East Grinstead, by 
John Constable, R.A.), 
by Arabella (a&Weller) 
his wife (Portrait by E. 
Bristowe at East Court) ; 
born at Stoke-by-Nay- 
land, co. Suffolk, 19 June, 
bapt. there 12 July 1771 ; 
marr. at Stratford St. 
Mary 5 June 1800 ; died 
at St. Hill 2 March, bur. 
in Crawfurd vault at St. 
Swithun's, East Grin- 
stead, 9 March 1837. 
M.I. in chancel there. 
Adm'on P.C.C. 3 April 
1837. (Portrait by E. 
Bristowe at East Court.) 



Patty, 3rd dau. and coheir of^pRobert Crawfurd of St Hill, co. Sus-= 
Tames Stutter of Higham 
Hall, co. Suffolk, by Elizabeth 
Hawes (n/e Cocksedge) his 
wife; born 21 July, bapt 15 
Oct. 1795; marr. at Higham 
2 March 1824$ died at St. 
Hill 30 June, bur. in Craw- 
furd vault in the chancel of 
St. Swithun's, East Grin- 
stead, 7 July 1852. M.I. 
in chancel there. (Miniature 
at East Court; also water- 
colour Portrait by A. E. Chalon, 
R.A., 1834.) 1st wife. 



sex, only child, born at Laleharo, co. 
Middlesex, 13 July 1801, bapt. at Strat- 
ford St. Mary 22 April 1802$ educated 
at Eton and St John's and Downing 
Colleges, Cambridge; B.A. 1824; 
J.P. for Sussex 18265 D.L. 1852; 
sold the St Hill estate 1859, retaining 
Impropr. Tithe of East Grinstead 
Parish, with Chancel ; bought Higham 
House, 00. Suffolk ; died at 1 Gordon 
Place, London, 7 March, bur. in ce- 
metery at East Grinstead 10 March 
1 883 . M. I. in chancel of St. Swithun's, 
East Grinstead. Will proved P.C.C. 
22 March 1883. (Portraits at East 
Court by John Constable, R.A., circa 
1804, pencil sketch by same; by John 
Wood, R.A., 1837; crayon drawing 
by G: Richmond, R.A., 1858.) 



Georgina Laetitia, 3rd 
dau. of Rev. David Wil- 
liam Garrow, D.D., 
Rector of East Barnet, 
co. Middlesex, by Char- 
lotte Caroline (tide 
Proby) his wife; born 
at Streatley, co. Berks, 
23 Nov., bapt there 27 
Dec. 18115 marr. her 
first-cousin at Lower 
Hardres, co. Kent, 2 
January 1858; died at 
Windsor 23 May, bur. 
in cemetery at East 
Grinstead 29 May 1888. 
M.I. in, chancel of St 
Swithun's, East Grin- 
stead. 2nd wife. 




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Robert Henry Payne Crawford, 
born at St. Hill 2 February, bapt 
at East Grinstead 27 April 1825 ; 
educated at Eton; Cornet 5th 
Dragoon Guards 1843; Captain 
90th Light Infantry ; died during 
Crimean War in hospital at 
Scutari 24 February 1855, bur. 
there. M.I. in chancel of St. 
Swithun's, East Grinstead, Perth 
Cathedral, Eton College Chapel. 
Unmarr. (Crayon drawing by 
John Wood, R.A., 1843, at East 
Court.) 



Charles Walter Payne Crawfurd,=pMary, 4th dau. of James 



born at St. Hill 14 March, bapt. 
at East Grinstead 1 June 1826; 
educated privately and at B. N. C, 
Oxford ; B.A. 1847 5 M.A. 1850 ; 
Clerk in Holy Orders 185 1 ; 
retired 1863 5 has been tenant of 
East Court, East Grinstead, since 
1863 -, now (1893) living there. 
J. P. for Sussex. Joint Impro- 
priator of Rectorial Tithe of East 
Grinstead, with Chancel. (Por- 
trait by Frank Holl, R.A., 1876, 
at East Court.) 



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Adey Ogle, M.D., Reg. 
Prof, of Medicine in the 
University of Oxford, 
by Sarah (nde Homfray) 
his wife; born at Ox- 
ford 4 June 1 823, bapt 
at St. Mary Magdalene, 
Oxford; marr. there 11 
October 18^3 ; died at 
East Court 8 May, bur. 
in cemetery at East 
Grinstead 12 May 1893. 
M.I. in chancel of St. 
Swithun's, East Grin- 
stead. 



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Georgina Mary Payne, born at Bour- 
ton - on - the - Water, co. Gloucester, 
bapt. there 26 December 1858. 

Charles Hubert Payne Crawfurd, born 
at Bourton-on-the- Water 1 1 January, 
bapt. there 19 Feb. i860; entered 
Tonbridge as Scholar 1872 5 after- 
wards at Corpus Christi Coll., Ox- 
ford; B.A. 1882; M.A. 1885; Soli- 
citor 1886; Clerk in Holy Orders 
1888; Curate of St. Bartholomew's, 
Sydenham, co. Kent, 1888 — 1893 ; 
marr. at St Stephen's, South Dul- 
wich, 21 June 1893, Ellen Mary, 
eldest dau. of Richard and Mary 
Thornton, The Hoo, Sydenham. 



1 1 

Gibbs Payne Crawfurd, born at 
63 St. Giles, Oxford, 6 August, 
bapt. at St. Mary Magdalene, 
Oxford, 22 August 1854; edu- 
cated at Rugby and Corpus 
Christi Coll.,Oxford; B.A. 1876; 
M.A. 1880 ; Clerk in Holy 
Orders 1877 5 Curate of Slinfold, 
co. Sussex, 1877; Curate of St. 
Mary's, Reading, 1883. (Crayon 
drawing by W. E. Miller, 1873, 
at East Court.) 

Arabella Payne, born at 63 St. 
Giles, Oxford, bapt. at St. George, 
Oxford, 22 October 1855. 



Caroline Payne, born 
at Westbury - on - 
Severn, co. Glouces- 
ter, bapt. there 26 
December 1856. 

Robert Payne Craw- 
furd, born at West- 
bury - on - Severn 14 
December 1857, bapt 
there 1 January 1858; 
entered as Scholar at 
Harrow 1871 ; Solici- 
tor 1884 ; retired 
1889 > now living at 
East Court 



Harriet Payne, born at Bourton- 
on-the- Water, bapt there 28 April 
1 861. 



Proby Edward Payne Crawfurd, 
born at Bourton-on-the- Water 2 
April, bapt. there 10 May 1863 ; 
entered as Scholar at Radley 1875 > 
Lieut 1 st Batt Royal Sussex 
Regt. 1882; Capt 1892. Egyp- 
tian Medal and Clasp, Nile Ex- 
pedition; Khedive's Bronze Star. 



Lionel Payne Crawfurd, born at East Court, East Grinstead, 
26 July, bapt at St. Swithun's, East Grinstead, 2 Septem- 
ber 1864 5 entered Eton as King's Scholar 1876 ; Newcastle 
Medallist there 5 Exhibitioner at Balliol Coll., Oxford ; B.A. 
1888 5 M.A. 1890; Clerk in Holy Orders 1890; Curate of St. 
Cuthbert's, Bensbam, co. Durham, 1890 — 1891 ; Curate of 
Addington, co. Surrey, 1892 — 1893 ; Vice-Principal of Leeds 
Theological College 1893. 

Raymond Henry Payne Crawfurd, born at East Court, East 
Grinstead, 9 Nov., bapt at St. Swithun's, East Grinstead, 8 
Dec. 1865 ; entered Winchester as Colleger 1878, afterwards 
at New College, Oxford; B.A. 1888 5 MA. 1891. 

Janet Payne, bora at East Court, East Grinstead, bapt at St 
Swithun's, East Grinstead, 1 May 1868. 



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Arms. — Argent, a chevron between three crosses formee fitchee gales. 
Crest. — A woodcock close proper. 
Motto. — Quod transtuli retail. 



Catharine, 5th dau. of Richard= 
Barbor of Brentwood, Citizen 
of London, and a Member of 
the Fishmongers 1 Company, 
and Sarah his wife, dau. of 
Edmund Cooke of East Han- 
ney, co. Berks; born 17 July 
1760, bapt. at Brentwood ; 
marr. at Wandsworth 21 June 
1787; died 10 January, bur. 
at Ockley in January 1799, 
aged 40. 1 st wife. 



=Rev. Thomas Woodrooffe, B.D. and Fellows 
of Clare Coll., Cambridge; born at Cranham, 
Essex, 5 March 1750 ; B.A. 1770 5 Vicar of 
Oving, co. Sussex, 1799 — 1814} Rector of 
Ockley, co. Surrey, 1784— 1817 ; J.P. for 
the county of Surrey 5 died 8 March 181 7, 
aged 68, bur. at Ockley. Will dated 30 
April 1808, codicils 26 June 181 1 and 19 
February 1817, proved 3 June 1817. 
(P.C.C.) 



s Sarah Barnard of 
Westcott, Dorking, 
co. Surrey; marr. 
there 6 February 
1800; died s.p. 3 
March 1808, aged 
60, bur. at Ockley. 
2nd wife. 




Catharine, 
born at 
Ockley 
16 April 
1788, bapt. 
there same 
day ; died 
unmarr. at 
Rayne, co. 
Essex, 24 
March, 
aged 31, 
bur. there 
30 March 
1819. M.I. 



Mary Anne, eldest= 
dau. of Edmund 
Woods of Shop- 
wyke, near Chi- 
chester, J.P. and 
D.L., by Kathar- 
ine his wife, dau. 
of John Omman- 
ney ; born 24 July, 
bapt. at Oving 16 
September 1788; 
man*. at St. James's 
Church, West- 
minster, 7 March 
1816 ; died 19 
July, bur. at Ov- 
ing 28 July 1 818. 
M.I. 1st wife. 



>Rev. Thomas Woodrooffe, St. John's College,=r=Sophia Brooke, 

Oxford, of which College he was Fellow ; B.A. eldest dau. of 

1810; M.A. 1814; born at Ockley 21 July, John Reade of 

bapt there 23 July 1789 ; Curate of Aiding- Ipsden, Oxon, 

bourne and of Oving, co. Sussex, 1813 — 1814; J.P. and D.L., 

Classical Professor R.M.C., Sandhurst, 18 14 and his wife 

— 1815 ; Curate of Brightwell, Baldwin, co. AnnaMaria,dau. 

Oxon, 1816 — 1818; Curate of Crowmarsh of Major John 

Gifford, co. Oxon, 1818 — 1819 ; Curate of Scott; born 22 

Drayton, Banbury, 1820 — 1825 5 Assistant November,bapt. 

Secretary of Church Missionary Society 1825 at Ipsden 17 

— 1832; Minister of Wheler Chapel, Spital- December 

fields, 1830 — 18325 Rector of Calbourne, 1799 ; marr. at 

Isle of Wight, 1 83 1 — 1845 ; Canon of Win- Ipsden 26 July 

Chester Cathedral 1845— 1878; Rector of St 1820 5 died 25 

Maurice, Winchester, 1845 — f ^54 * V* 081, °* J«ae, aged 5$. 

Alton, co. Hants, 1854— 18625 Rector of bur. at Alton, 

Peper Harow, co. Surrey, 1862 — 1873; died co. Hants, 1 

at Amberwood, near Christchurch, co. Hants, July 1856. 2nd 

14 May, bur. at Highcliffe, near Christchurch, wife. 
18 May 1878. Will dated 22 January 1872, 
codicils 20 March 1872, and 30 October 1875, 
proved in the Principal Registry 31 May 1878. 



Sophia, born 
at Drayton 2 1 
Nov., bapt. 
there 18 De- 
cember 182 1 ; 
died unmarr. 
11 May 1844, 
aged 23, bur. 
in Highgate 
Cemetery, co. 
Middlesex. 



George Thomas 
Woodrooffe of 
Oatlands, Wal- 
ton-on-Thames, 
co. Surrey, and 
of New Square, 
Lincoln's Inn, 
born at Drayton 
19 August, bapt. 
there 28 Septem- 
ber 1823; marr., 
25 March 1854, 
Harriet E. Bur- 
gess. 



Mary Anne,= 
born at Dray- 
ton 25 April, 
bapt. there 8 
June 1825; 
marr. at St. 
Maurice's, 
Winchester, 
28 October 
1847. 



William Raikes Faber, C.B., 2nd son of Rev. 
G. S. Faber, B.D., and of his wife Eliza 
Sophia, dau. of Major John Scott; born at 
Stockton-on-Tees, co. Durham, 2 May 1806 5 
B.A. University Coll., Oxford, 18265 M.A. 
1836; 2nd Lieut. 60th Rifles, 1826; Lieut. 
49th Regt. 1828, Captain 1835, Major 1843 ; 
Lieut-Colonel 2nd West India Regt. 1848 ; 
Lieut-Colonel 35th Regt. 1854, Colonel 1854 5 
Colonel 53rd Regt. 1857 ; Major-Gen. 1863 i 
Lieut-Gen. 1871 ; Colonel 17th Foot 1871 ; 
General 1877 ; died 24 June, bur. at Staple- 
grove, co. Somerset, 27 June 1879. Will 
dated 25 March 1862, proved 8 August 1879. 



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John Woodrooffe, bora at Ockley 
i January, bapt. there 4 January 
1 79 1 ; a Member of the Merchant 
Taylors* Company ; died unmarr. 
at Reading 10 July, bur. in Ken- 
sal Green Cemetery 14 July 1866. 



George Henry Woodroofle,= 
born 21 May, bapt. at Ockley 
24 May 1 792 ; Lieut.-Colonel 
Bengal Artillery ; died s.p. 24 
December, bur. in Hamp- 
stead Cemetery 28 December 
1878. 



: Charlotte, 3rd dau. of Tho- 
mas Graham Arnold, M.D.; 
born 4 November 1 806 ; marr. 
at Stamford 7 September 
1848 j died 9 May, bur. in 
Hampstead Cemetery 13 
May 1891. 





John Allen- 
Woodrooffe, 
born at Wood- 
ford 21 De- 
cember 1826, 
bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Walt- 
hamstow, 25 
January 1827 ; 
died at Forest, 
Ontario, 4 July 
1868, bur. at 
Warwick, 
Canada. 



: Emma 
Rich- 
ardson, 
marr. 
10 

March 
1856. 



Julia Anne, born in London 6 
September 1828, bapt. at Wheler 
Chapel ; died 20 November, bur. 
at Calbourne, Isle of Wight, 24 
November 1842. 



Edward Woodrooffe, born in Lon- 
don 7 July 1830, bapt. at Wheler 
Chapel 5 died 7 May, aged 22 
months, bur. at Watton, Herts, 
10 May 1832. 



William Erskine Wood-=j=Amelia 



rooffe of the Inner 
Temple, Barrister-at- 
Law, born in London 17 
May 1832, bapt. at 
Wheler Chapel ; Ensign 
H.M. Cape Mounted 
Rifles 1855, Lieut 1858, 
Captain 1867; died 31 
July, bur. in Harrogate 
Cemetery, co. York, 4 
August 1885. 



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Selina Emma, born 
11 November 18575 
marr., 26 Novem- 
ber 1879, Tom 
Maylor of Forest, 
Ontario, Canada. 



Cyril, 3rd= Sophia Maria, born=7=JohnGalbraith 



son of Rev. 8 June 1861 ; marr. 
Aaron 23 January 18845 

Manby,B.A., remarr. at Oat- 



late Vicar 
ofNidd,co. 
York. 2nd 
husband. 



lands, Walton-on- 
Thames, 17 Febru- 
ary 1892. 

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Jones, died 20 
December 
1889, bur. at 
ForestjOntario. 
1st husband. 



Mary 

Pyle, 

marr. 

26 

April 

1855. 



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William HerbertWood- 
rooffe, born 16 May 
1857; died 11 March 
1863, bur. at Cape 
Town, South Africa. 

Lilias Mary, born 20 
November i860. 



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Samuel Taylor Her-= 
ringham of Brent- 
wood, born 17 March, 
bapt. at Chipping On- 
gar, co. Essex, 8 May 
1795; died *5 D e- 
cember 1836, bur. at 
Brentwood 2 January 
1837. 



=Mary Anne, born at 
Ockley 10 November, 
bapt. there in Novem- 
ber 17935 marr. at 
Rayne 3 September 
1823 ; died at Read- 
ing 1 August, bur. at 
Brentwood* 7 August 
1875. 



I 
William Woodrooffe of= 
Gloucester Road, Re- 
gent's Park, and of Lin- 
coln's Inn, born 8 June 
1796, bapt. at Ockley; 
died s.p. 8 December, 
bur. in Ken sal Green 
Cemetery 15 December 
1857. 



:CIariana Isabella, 
youngest dau. of 
Robert Tindal of 
Chelmsford ; born 
23 Aug. 1792; died 
8 December, bur. 
in Kensal Green 
Cemetery 13 De- 
cember 1 87 1. 




Rev. Henry Reade Wood-= 
rooffe, born at Calbourne, 
Isle of Wight, 27 April, 
bapt. there 8 June 1834 ; 
B.A. Christ Church, Ox- 
ford, 1856; M.A. 1876; 
Missionary of the Diocese 
of Grahamstown 1857 — 
1864$ Curate of Ryton, 
co. Durham, 1865 — i868j 
Rector of All Saints', 
Somerset East, Cape 
Colony, 1868 — 1886 j 
Canon of Grahamstown 
1876; Government Inspec- 
tor of Schools in the 
Transkei 1886. 



=Marion 
Eliza- 
beth 
Oak, 
marr. 
at 

Spring 
Grove, 
Isle- 
worth, 
14 No- 
vember 
1866. 



Selina Mary, born at 
Calbourne 18 May, 
bapt. there 17 July 
1836. 

Arthur Gurdon Wood- 
rooffe, born at Cal- 
bourne 5 February, 
bapt. 8 March 1840; 
marr. Louisa Hard- 
wicke. 

Edmund Auriol Wood- 
roofie, born at Cal- 
bourne 12 April, bapt. 
there 4 May 1842. 



Charles Wood-= 
rooffe, born at 
Calbourne 21 
May, bapt. 
there 15 June 
1845 ; B.A. 
Emmanuel 
College, Cam- 
bridge, 1868. 



: Ellen Julia, only 
surviving dau. of 
William Clarke 
Nutt,M.R.C.S„ 
ofPlymstockfCO, 
Devon ; marr. at 
St. Mary's, Bry- 
anston Square, 
29 July 1885. 



George Borries Woodrooffe Charlotte 

of Caius College, Cambridge, Mary, 

born 12 March, bapt. at born 12 

King William's Town, British March 

Kaffraria, 8 April 1868. 1870. 



Henry Waring Oak 
Woodrooffe, born 6 
July, bapt. at All 
Saints',Somerset East, 
Cape Colony, 8 Sep- 
tember 1872. 



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Hilda Helen Eliza- 

Reade, beth Gur- 

born 11 don, born 25 

May February 

1875. 1879. 



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13. ORCHARD. 



3. BLUETT. 4. RAGLAND. 

7. DE LA MORE. 8. CHESTLEDON. 

11. LANCASTER. 12. PORTMAN. 
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Arms on record in the College 
of Arms. — Per fesse vert and 
sable, a fesse dancette ermine 
cottised argent, between a wolfs 
head erased in chief and an 
escallop in base of the fourth. 

Crest. — A laurel -tree, sus- 
pended therefrom a cuirass 
with tasses proper, on either 
side of the tree an escallop or, 
and in front thereof a tilting- 
spear fessewise proper. 

Motto. — Prodesse quam con- 
spici. 



Corner* of fllenbip Xofage, 
to. Somerset 

Benjamin Somers of Mendip Lodge^pMary, dau. of Jeremiah Pope 
r„, « of the Hyde, Abbots Langley, 

co. Hertford; bora 21 De- 
cember 1794, bapt. at Abbots 
Langley 16 January 1795; 
marr. at Flamstead, co. Hert- 
ford, 29 April 1 81 1; died 
9 December, bur. at Burring- 
ton 14 December 1878, aged 
83. M.l. 



in parish of Churchill, co. Somerset, 
son of Edward Somers of Nemp- 
nett by Sarah (Price) his wife; 
bapt. at Nempnett 5 October 1784 ; 
died 31 July, bur. at Burrington, 
co. Somerset, 7 August 1848, 
aged 66. M.I. 



Thomas Somers of Mendip Lodge,=f=£lizabeth, dau. of Edward 



only child, of Lincoln's Inn, Bar- 
rister-at-Law ; J. P. for county of 
Somerset; born 15 June, bapt. at 
Studham,co. Bedford, 13 July 1812 ; 
died 2 December, bur. at Burrington 
9 December 1862, aged 50. M.I. 



Williams of Honeycombe in 
the parish of Calstock, co. 
Cornwall, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of John Pierson 
Foote of Harewood, Cal- 
stock, Cornwall 5 marr. at St. 
James's, Westminster, co. 
Middlesex, 9 June 1840. 



Benjamin Edward Somers, only=pAgn< 
son, M.A. Merton College, Ox- 
ford 5 of Mendip Lodge and of 
Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at- 
Law ; J.P. for county of 
Somerset; born at Mendip 
Lodge 20 November, bapt. at 
Burrington 20 December 1851. 



ies Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. 
John Breeks Atkinson, M.A., 
Cambridge, Rector of Kingston, 
Isle of Wight, and Incumbent of 
Cowes, Isle of Wight; born at 
Cowes, bapt. at St. Mary's Church, 
Cowes; marr. at Holy Trinity 
Church, Cowes, 23 January 1879. 



John Somers, born at Mendip 
Lodge 20 May, bapt. at Bur- 
rington 22 June 1884. 



Mary Agnes Elizabeth, born 
at Mendip Lodge, bapt. at 
Burrington. 



Mary Blanche, elder 
dau., born at Lang- 
ford Place, co. Somer- 
set, bapt. at Burring- 
ton ; marr. there, 
29 October 1868, 
Evan Henry Llew- 
ellyn of Langford 
Court, co. Somerset, 
born 24 February 



Edward Maunsell= 
Williams of Flush- 
ing, co. Cornwall ; 
died 28 March, 
bur. at Burrington 
iS April 1881. 
1st husband. 



sRose Elizabeth, 2nd and younger= 
dau., born at Langford Place, bapt. 
at Burrington; marr. 1st, at All 
Saints, Ennismore Gardens, South 
Kensington, 29 July 1869 ; andly, 
at St. George's, fianover Square, 19 
April 1882 ; 3rdly, at St. James's, 
Piccadilly, 8 October 1892, Colonel 
James Graham Robert Douglas 
Macneill, C.B. 



:Rev. William 
Anthony Stew- 
art, M.A., Ox- 
ford, Rector of 
West Tisted, 
Hampshire ; 
died 31 July, 
aged 36, bur. 
at Sparsholt, 
Hampshire, 4 
August 1883. 
2nd husband. 



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of Arms. — Azure, a fesse wavy 
erminois, in chief three cres- 
cents argent. 

Crest. — A crescent as in the 
arms, between the horns an 
estoile or. 



Samuel Bright of Sandheys, Liverpool, 1 
5th son of Richard Bright, of Bristol, 
Lord of the Manor of Brockbury, co. 
Hereford ; born at Ham Green 25 
September 1799, bapt. at Lewins 
Meade Chapel, Bristol, 16 August 
1800; J. P. for Lancashire; died 28 
January, bur. at the Ancient Chapel, 
Toxteth Park, 2 February 1870. Will 
dated 2 November 1867, 1st Codicil 
14 November 1867, 2nd Codicil 24 
December 1867, proved at Liverpool 
4 March 1870. 



=£lizabeth Anne, eldest 
dau. of Hugh and Eliza- 
beth Jones of Lark Hill, 
Liverpool; born at Great 
George Square, Liverpool, 
bapt. by Rev. John Yates 
of Paradise Street Chapel 
13 February 1809; marr. 
at St. Thomas' Church, 
Liverpool, 10 September 
1828 ; died 16 January, 
bur. at the Ancient Chapel, 
Toxteth Park, Liverpool, 
21 January 1880. Will 
dated 20 May 1870, proved 
at Liverpool 4 February 
1880 by the sons Henry 
Arthur Bright and Hey- 
wood Bright, executors. 



Henry Arthur Bright of Ashfield near=pMary Elizabeth, 



Liverpool, J. P. for Lancashire, born 9 
February, bapt. by Rev. J. Grundy of 
Paradise Street Chapel 4 August 1830 ; 
died 5 May, bur. at Knotty Ash 10 
May 1884. Will dated 8 April 1881, 
proved at Liverpool 2 July 1884 by 
Mary Elizabeth Bright the relict, Hey- 
wood Bright the brother, and Henry 
Yates Thompson, executors. 



eldest dau. of 
Samuel Henry 
Thompson of 
Thingwall Hall, 
Liverpool, J. P. 
and D.L. for Lan- 
cashire ; born 22 
Dec. 1837 ; marr. 
at Knotty Ash 26 
June 1861. 



Sarah Elizabeth Mesnard, born 22 
April 1832, bapt. by Rev. J. H. Thorn 
of Renshaw Street Chapel in June 5 
marr. at the Ancient Chapel, Toxteth 
Park, 20 Nov. 1852, George Melly 
of 90 Chatham Street, Liverpool, 
formerly M.P. for Stoke-on-Trent, 
and D.L., born at Burnage, Man- 
chester, 20 Aug. 1 830, bapt. at Dids- 
bury Parish Church 14 Nov. 1831. 



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Allan Hey wood Bright 
of Liverpool, born 24 
May, bapt. by Rev. 
J. H. Thorn of Ren- 
shaw Street Chapel 
6 August 1862 ; marr. 
at West Derby, 10 
June 1885, Edith, 
youngest dau. of 
Alfred Turner, J. P.; 
born 17 September, 
bapt. at Bebington 
Church 27 October 
i860. =T= 

Edith Honora, born 19 
September, bapt. at 
West Derby 16 Octo- 
ber 1890. 



1 

Elizabeth Phebe, bom 
16 October, bapt. by 
Rev. J. H. Thorn of 
Renshaw Street Chapel 
3 December 1863; marr. 
at Knotty Ash, 28 Dec. 
1889, Charles Merivale 
of the Courts of Justice, 
London, son of Dean 
Merivale ; born 9 June 
1854, bapt. at Lawford 
Church near Manning- 
tree, Essex. 



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Henry Yates Bright, 
born 21 August, bapt. 
by the Rev. J. H. 
Thorn of Renshaw 
Street Chapel 10 No- 
vember 1865. 

Rev. Hugh Bright, 
M.A., of Trinity Col- 
lege, Cambridge, born 
4 May, bapt. by Rev. 
C. Wicksteed of Hope 
Street Chapel 9 July 
1867. 



Marianne Harriette, 
born 15 May, bapt. by 
Rev. C. Wicksteed of 
Hope Street Chapel 1 7 
July 1869; died 11 
June, bur. at Knotty 
Ash 15 June 1870. 

Mary Honora, born 9 
March, bapt. by Rev. 
J. H. Thorn of Ren- 
shaw Street Chapel 10 
May 1873. 



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Elizabeth, born 20 August, bapt. by Rev. 
T. H. Thorn of Renshaw Street Chapel 4 
November 1833; marr. at Toxteth Park, 
1 December 1853, George Holt of Liver- 
pool, born at Rake Lane, Liverpool, 9 Sept. 
1824. _ 

Harriette, born 27 J0I7, bapt by Rev. J. H. 
Thorn of Renshaw Street Chapel 30 October 
i«35- 



Heywood Bright of=j=Dorotbea Anne, dau. of 
Colonel Ireland Blackbnrne, 
formerly M.P. for S.W. 
Lancashire; born at York 
2 March, bapt. at Bishops- 
thorpe, Yorks, 28 April 
18485 marr. at St Peter's 
Church, Eaton Square, Lon- 
don, 4 Nov. 1884. 



Sandheys, born 20 
October 1836, bapt. 
by Rev. J. H. Thorn 
of Renshaw Street 
Chapel 17 January 
1837. 



Ursula Dorothea Elizabeth, born at Sandheys 
23 March, bapt at West Derby Church 27 
April 1891. 



Hugh Meyler Bright, born 
at Sandheys 18 July, bapt. 
by Rev. J. H. Thorn of 
Renshaw Street Chapel 1 1 
October 18395 died 16 

January, bur. at Toxteth 
ark 20 January 1866. 



Anna Maria, born at^Archibald 

Sandheys 15 February, 

bapt. by Rev. J. H. 

Thorn of Renshaw Street 

Chapel 30 September 

1841 3 marr. at Toxteth 

Park 15 Sept 1874. 



Weir, M.D., 
of St. Mungho's, Great 
Malvern, born at Bar- 
rowfield, Bridgeton, 
near Glasgow, 17 Nov. 
1828, bapt at the 
Kirk Street Church. 



Samuel Bright, 
born at Sandheys 
15 Feb., bapt. by 
Rev. J. H. Thorn 
of Renshaw St 
Chapel 30 March 
1843. 



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Coolie of $tolapit Camar, to. Corntoall 

Arms. — Argent, a chevron gules between three moorcocks sable, membered, 

wattled, and jalloped of the second. 
Cr$st,— A bald-headed coot proper. 



Edward Coode of St. Austell, Clerk of the Peace and=rPorothy 
Treasurer of the county of Cornwall (son of Edward 
Coode, by Betty his wife, dau. of Rev. John Penrose, 
Vicar of St. Gluvias) 5 born 7 Aug., bapt at St. Gluvias 
12 Sept. 1766 ; died 27 April, bur. at St. Austell 3 May 
I&45* aged 79. M.I. Will dated 12 May 1841, with 
codicils 13 Dec. 1843 and 23 Jan. 1844, proved 4 Aug. 
1845 b 7 Edward Coode, son and Ex'or. (P.C.C. 1845, 
fo. 625.) 



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, dau. of Thomas and Caroline 
Robins of St. Austell $ bapt. there 27 
August 1765 ; marr. at St. Gluvias 3 
May 1790; died 10 April, bur. at St 
Austell 15 April 1848. M.I. Inscrip- 
tion on Window S.E. 



Caroline, born 
29 Jan., bapt 
at St. Austell 
i4Marchi79i; 
died 7 Janu- 
ary, bur. at St. 
Austell 1 1 Jan. 
1808. 



Edward Coode of St Austell, Clerk of the 
and Treasurer of Cornwall, bom 21 June, bapt 
at St. Austell 30 August 1792 ; died 13 Febru- 
ary, bur. at St. Austell 18 February 1865. Will 
dated 26 November 1863, codicil 9 March 
1864, proved 13 April 1865 by Edward Coode, 
son and Ex'or. (Principal Registry, 1865, fo. 

*37-) 



Peace^pMaryj 




/, dau. of Peter Clements 
of Trevarna; born 1 August 
1800, bapt. at Egloshayle; 
marr. there 26 April 1820; 
died 10 February, bur. at St. 
Austell 14 February 1870. 



Edward Coode of Polapit=pAnna Maria, dau. of Gen. Edward 
Tamar, born 14 Jan., bapt. ~ "* 

at St. Mewan 18 April 
1821 j M.A. Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge; J.P.andD.L. 
for Cornwall and J. P. for 
Devon 5 Sheriff of Corn- 
wall 1868. 



Carlyon of Tregrehan; marr. at 
St. Martin's in the Fields 18 June 
1850 5 died 10 November, bur. at 
Werrington 15 November 1872. 
M.I. Adm'on 26 November 1875 
to Edward Coode, the husband. 
(Bodmin Registry.) 



Mary, born 
26 June, 
bapt at St 
Austell 9 
Oct 1822. 



Caroline, born 22 
May, bapt. at St 
Austell 2 July 
18255 died un- 
man*. 9 February, 
bur. at St. Aus- 
tell 12 February 
1891. 



Anna Maria, born 7 July, 
bapt. at St. Austell 9 August 
1 85 1 ; died 4 August, bur. at 
Werrington 9 August 1869. 



Edward Coode of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, born 3 
\ une, bapt at St Austell 7 
] uly 18535 died unmarr. 9 
' une, bur. at Werrington 14 
une 1874. 



1 1 

Caroline Mary, born 28 
December 1854, bapt. at 
St Austell 13 Feb. 1855. 

Richard Carlyon Coode, 
born 2 December 1856, 
bapt at St. Austell 14 
January 1857 ; Captain in 
the Army; J. P. for Devon 
and Cornwall. 



Rev. Athelstan= 
Coode of Uni- 
versity College, 
Oxford, matri- 
culated 13 Oct. 
1877, aged 19, 
B.A.i 88 1, MA. 
1884, born 22 
Sept., bapt. at 
St. Austell 30 
Nov. 1858. 



Athelstan Monro Coode, born 
15 Dec. 1882, bapt. at Wit- 
ney, co. Oxford, 21 Jan. 1883. 

Cuthbert Harold Coode, born 
30 November 1884, bapt. at 
Wells Cathedral 22 Jan. 1885, 



Donald Russell Coode, born 17 
April, bapt. at Wells Cathedral 
18 May 1886. 

Bernard Henry Coode, born 18 
December 1887, bapt. at Wells 
Cathedral 21 January 1888. 

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=Clara Eleanor, dau. 
of Dr. Monro of 
London 5 born 24 
November, bapt. at 
All Souls', Lang- 
ham Place, 30 De- 
cember 1856^ marr. 
at St. Boniface, Bon- 
church, Isle of 
Wight, 24 January 
1882. 



Ruth Eleanor, born 30 Au- 
gust, bapt. at Wells Cathe- 
dral 22 September 1891. 

Dorothy Clara, born 23 April, 
bapt at Wells Cathedral 16 
May 1893. 



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Henry Coode of the Grove, Kentish Town, London, born 17 August, bapt. at St= 
Austell 17 September 1795 ; died at Kentish Town 7 December, bur. at St. Pancras 
13 December 1843. Adm'on dated 2 April 1844 to Edward Coode the grand- 
father, next of kin and curator to Frederick Coode, a minor, the only child of 
deceased. Limited adm'on issued 26 February 1846 to John Browne of Bedford 
Row, Edward Coode the administrator being dead. 



=Eliza New- 
combe, died 
i5Mayi838, 
bur. at St. 
Pancras. 



Frederick Coode of Lewes, co. Sussex, born= 
31 January 1833 ; died at Peckham, Surrey, 
13 October, bur. at Forest Hill Cemetery 
19 October 1881. 



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: Lucy Ann Elizabeth, dau. of David Hume Nelson, 
M.D. ; born 15 August 1836, bapt. at Barnet Old 
Church; marr. at Edgbastou Old Church, Bir- 
mingham, 7 October 1856. 



John Coode of Polcarne, St. Austell, born 30 April, bapt. at St. Austell 27^ 
June 1832; Solicitor and County Treasurer for Cornwall; died 17 Janu- 
ary, bur. at St. Austell 19 January 1889. Will dated 7 April 1888, codi- 
cil 12 April 1888, proved 7 January 1890 by Eliza Sandys Coode, widow, 
and James Ward Burchell, Exo'rs. (Principal Registry, 1890, fo. 16.) 



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Eliza Sandys, dau. 
of Philip Melvill of 
Ethy, co. Cornwall 5 
born 23 May 1838, 
bapt. at Paddington ; 
marr. at St Winnow 
21 October 1862. 



Lilian Mary, born 
27 March, bapt. at 
St. Austell 7 May 
1864 j marr. there, 
21 August 1884, 
James Ward 
Burchell of Leather- 
head. 



John Melvill Coode, born 13 No- 
vember 1865, bapt. at St. Austell 9 
January i860. 

Evelyn Cary, born 22 May, bapt. at 
St. Austell 18 July 1867 ; died 27 
February, bur. at St. Austell 2 
March 1878. 



Philip Melvill Coode, born 29 Janu- 
ary, bapt. at St. Austell 5 March 
1870. 

Alan Penrose Coode, born 12 Janu- 
ary, bapt. at St. Austell 20 February 
1872. 



Harold Coode, born 14 January, Winifred Alice, born 7 March, Gwendolen, born 11 
bapt. at St. Austell 12 February bapt. at Werrington 20 April March, bapt at St Aus- 
1861. 1865. tell 13 April 1869. 



1861. 

Hugh Dalston Coode, born 10 
October, bapt. at St. Austell 28 
November 1862; died 24 April, 
bur. at Werrington 27 April 1877. 



Mahel, born 16 October, bapt at Percival Coode, born 1 

St. Austell 22 November 1866; August, bapt at Wer- 

died 16 December, bur. at Wer- rington 7 September 

rington 21 December 187 1. 1871. 



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Rebecca, dau. of P< 
Clements of Eglo- 

^ii:i\lt ; h.ipt. there ; 
;:u:v. tlh re 2 1 April 
1826; died 26 April, 
bur. at St. Austell 1 
May 1837. 1 st wife. 




omas Coode of Pond-dhu, St Austell, bom 5=T=Susan Wreford, dau, 



September, bapt. at St. Austell 12 October 1797 ; 
died 12 August, bur. at St. Austell 17 August 
1875. W 'M dated 25 April 1865, codicil 24 Oc- 
tober 1874, proved at Bodmin 8 September 1875 
by Susan Wreford Coode, the relict, and Arthur 
Coode, the son, Ex'ors. (Bodmin Registry.) 




of Rev. William 
Hocker, M.A. Pem- 
broke College, Cam- 
bridge, Rector of St 
Mewan 5 born 1 1 J une, 
bapt at St Mewan 5 
July 1807 j marr. 
there 11 June 1838. 
2nd wife. 



Thomas Coode,=f=Laura Augusta Hooper, 



born 28 March, 
bapt at St. Aus- 
tell 2 May 1827; 
died 9 February, 
bur. at St Cleers, 
near Liskeard, 16 
February 1877. 



dau. of John Lyne of 
Moorswater House, 
Liskeard, and widow 
of H. J. Hooper of Pen- 
hargard Manor, Corn- 
wall 5 marr. at Charles 
Church, Plymouth, 4 
March 1858. 



Frances, born= 
10 February, 
bapt 21 April 
1829 ; marr. 
at St Austell 
4 May 1854. 



=William Adams of Tower 
Lodge,Regent's Park Road, 
London, son of Henry 
Adams of Morwenstow, 
Cornwall; born 6 February 
1827, bapt at Morwen- 
stow; died 31 January, 
bur. at Highgate, Middx., 
5 February 1092. 



Mary, 
born 10 
April, 
bapt at 
St Aus- 
tell 4 
Novem- 
ber 
1850. 



Thomas Lyne=Amy Arrabella, dau. of H. Rebecca Cle- 
Coode of Ply- E. Prout of Plymouth; marr. ments, born 9 
mouth, born at St Andrew's Church, Dec. 1861. 
22 November Plymouth, ij July 1883. 
1858. 



Laura Evelyn, 
born 18 June 
1864. 



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George Garrett 
Coode, born 7 
May 1867. 



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Jane, born 17 
May, bapt at St 
Austell 31 July 
i845- 



lur Coode of Trevarthian, St=FLouisa Catharina, dau. of William Mott 



Austell, born 31 October 1843, 
bapt at St Austell 18 January 
1844. J.P. for Cornwall. 



of Lichfield, J.P. ; born 29 March, bapt at 
Lichfield Cathedral 17 May 1842 ; marr. 
there 1 July 1869. 





Louisa Margaret, born 
16 April, bapt at St 
Austell 31 May 1870. 



William Coode of Trevarna, St. Austell, born 27 September=rClaudia Sophia, dau. of Philip 
1835, bap*- at St Austell 20 January 1836; County Treasurer 
for Cornwall. 



3l2a. 



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Melvill of Ethy, late Military 
Secretary, India Office; born 
21 October 1839, bapt. at St 
John's Church, Oxford Square, 
Hyde Park, London; marr. at 
St Winnow 5 May 1864. 



Helen Gwendra, 
born 23 March, 
bapt at St Aus- 
tell 27 April 
1868. 



Mary Claudine, born 17 March, 
bapt at St Austell 27 April 1865 ; 
marr. there, 11 Aug. 1891, Edmund 
Augustine Burrows, Capt R.H.A., 
2nd son of Rev. Henry William 
Burrows, Canon of Rochester. 



William Melvill 
Coode, born 21 
July, bapt. at St 
Austell 30 Au- 
gust 1866. 

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Charles Louis Coode, 
born 20 August, bapt 
at Charlestown, St. 
Austell, 27 September 
1869. 



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George Graham White of = 
Torfrey, St. Sampsons, 
died January, aged 65, bur. 
at St Sampsons 3 1 January 
1857. Will dated 17 De- 
cember 1855, proved 3 
March 1857 by Mary the 
relict and Ex'trix. (P.C.C., 
1857, fo. 255.) 1st hus- 
band. 



:Mary, born 31 Januarys John Ward of 

1800, bapt. at St. Aus- Bodmin, Sur- 

tell 11 May 1802; marr. geon, born at 

there 10 July 1823 5 died Fowey, bapt 

s.p. at Bodmin 18 Janu- there ; died at 

ary, bur. there 22 Janu- Reading 7 Sep- 

ary 1863. Will dated tember 1870, 

10 January i86"3,adm*on bur. at Bodmin, 

(with will annexed) 11 2nd husband. 
March 1863 to John 
Ward, the husband. 
(Bodmin Registry.) 



Jane, born 2 November 
1801, bapt. at St. Aus- 
tell 11 May 1802 5 marr. 
William Robinson Hill 
of Carwythenack House, 
son of Peter Hill of Car- 
wythenack, by Jane his 
wife, dau. of Rev. Wil- 
liam Robinson of Nans- 
loe. He died i| July, 
bur. 22 July 1828. 



Walter Coode of London, Barrister-at~ 
Law, born 20 February 1838, bapt pri- 
vately at Moor Cottage ; died 15 June, 
bur. at Kea 18 June 1885. 



Wilmot Kathrene Mary, born 
5 July, bapt at Kea, Truro, 
26 August 1869. 

Frances Arundell, born 11 
June, bapt at Kea 3 Au- 
gust 1871. 



: Mary Wilmot Arundell, dau. of Rev. John Daubuz 
of Killiow, co. Cornwall, Rector of Creed, and Mary 
Uzella his wife; born 21 September, bapt at Creed, 
17 October 1843 ; marr. at Kea 6 August 1868. 



Walter Damard Coode, born 27 
March, bapt at St Mark's, Not- 
ting Hill, 15 May 1873. 

Claude Lionel Coode, born 15 
August, bapt at Kea 25 Septem- 
ber 1874; 



Violet Penelope, born 18 
February, bapt at St Mark's, 
Notting Hill, 3 April 1879. 

Enid Lucy, born 2 Novem- 
ber 1882, bapt at Kenwyn, 
Truro, 11 January 1883. 



Henry Melvill Coode, born 
13 January, bapt at St 
Austell 20 February 1872 j 
died 27 October 1873, bur. 
at St Austell. 



Dorothy Sandys, born 
9 August, bapt at 
St. Austell 23 Sep- 
tember 1873. 



Francis Trevenen Coode, 
born 3 August, bapt. at 
St. Austell 15 Septem- 
ber 1875. 



Olave Muriel, 
born 7 Sept., 
bapt. at St 
Austell 9 Oc- 
tober 1878. 




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Cmt of «Iafee #all, Aobbtngtoorrt), 

to. C«wj. 

^mu.— Quarterly : i and 4, Gules, a chevron argent between two roses in chief or, 
and in base a fleur-de-lis of the second ; 2 and 3, Or, a greyhound in full 
course between two bars sable. 

Crnt .— Out of a ducal coronet argent a griffin's head and wings expanded of the 
first, charged on the necK with a rose gules. 



Capel Cure of Blake Hall, co. Essex, J.P. and=pFrederica, 
D.L. for that county, and High Sheriff 1830 
(only son of Capel Core, 



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Signature to letter dated 12 February 181 7. 

by Joanna his wife, dau. of John Coape of 
Oxton, co. Nottingham) j born at 37 Great 
George Street, Westminster, 9 January 1797 5 
educated at Winchester and Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 23 May 181 7, aged 19, 
entered Lincoln's Inn 1819, B.A. 1821 ; died 
1 Feb. 1878, aged 81, bur. at Bobbingworth, 
co. Essex, 8 February following. M.I. Will 
dated 10 July 1876, with codicil of same date, 
proved 1 \ Feb 1878 by Frederica the relict. 
(Principal Registry.) 



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eldest dau. of Lieut-General Robert 
Cheney of Langley Hall, co. Derby, Aide-de- 
Camp to King George III. 1 ; born at Winkfield, co. 
Berks, 1 May, bapt there 7 July 1801 ; marr. at 
St. Mary's, Beverley, 27 February 18225 died 
23 February 1878, aged 76, bur. at Bobbing, 
worth 28 February following. M.I. Will dated 
12 February 1878, proved 6 March 1878 by 
Alfred Capel Cure, son and ex'or. (Principal 
Registry.) 



Signature to deed dated 16 November 1857. 



Sarah Maria Jane, 5th dau.= 
of George Murray, D.D., 
Bishop of Rochester, by Lady 
Sarah his wife, dau. of Ro- 
bert, 9th Earl of Kinnoul ; 
born at Bishops Court, Isle 
of Man, 6 March 1825, bapt. 
and registered at Kirk 
Michael Church, Isle of Man; 
marr. at St. George's, Han- 
over Square, 7 February 
1 850 5 died 26 June 1863, 
aged 38, bur. at Bobbing- 
worth 1 July following. M.I. 
1st wife. 



s Robert Capel Cure of Blake= Margaret 

Hall, Barrister-at-Law, edu- Mary, eld- 

cated at Eton and Trinity est dau. of 

Coll., Cambridge, B.A. 1845, Sir Tho- 

M.A. 1848, born 1 January mas Wes- 

1823, bapt at St. Marylebone tern, Bart., 

Parish Church 3 February of Felix 

following; died 28 Septem- Hall, co. 

ber 1878, aged 55, bur. at Essex; 

Bobbingworth 5 October fol- marr. at St 

lowing. M.I: Will dated Peter's, 

13 February 1878, proved 21 Eaton Sq., 

October 1878 by George 23 May 

Thomas Woodrooffe the 1868. 2nd 

ex'or. (Principal Registry.) wife. 



Henry Capel Cure, 
born 13 December 
1823, bapt. at Bever- 
ley in parish of St. 
Mary 23 January 
1824; died ^Decem- 
ber, aged 7, bur. at 
Bobbingworth 20 De- 
cember 1830. M.I. 

Frederica Mary, born 
8 June, bapt. at Bob- 
bingworth 1 1 July 
1825; died 10 June, 
aged ro, bur. at Bob- 
bingworth ij June 
1835. M.I. 



George Edward Capel Cure of Blake 
Hall, Major Lancashire Fusiliers, born 
in London 14 February 1852, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square. 



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Francis Capel Cures 
of Trinity College, 
Oxford, matricu- 
lated 27 April 1875, 
aged 20, B.A. 1878, 
born 3 December 
1854, bapt. at St 
Peter's, Eaton Sq., 
5 March 1855. 

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=Alice, only dau. 
of John Lightfoot 
Newall of Forest 
Hall, Essex, J.P. 
for that county; 
born in January 

1855* b apt- at 
Grassendale near 
Liverpool; marr. 
at High Ongar 4 
August 1880. 



Arthur Capel 
Cure, matricu- 
lated at Oxford 
(Non-Coil.) 24 
October 1876, 
aged 19, born 
i4Marchi85<S, 
bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Eaton 
Sq., 5 March 



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Alfred Cape) Cure 
of Badger Hall, 
Shifnal, Colonel 
Grenadier Guards, 
born 8 December 
1826, bapt. at Bob- 
bingworth 22 Janu- 
ary 1827. 



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Rev. Edward Capel Curq, B.A.= 
1851, M.A. 1853, Fellow of Mer- 
ton College, Oxford, 1852 — 1864; 
Rector of St. George's, Hanover 
Sq., 1876, Chaplain to the Queen, 
and Canon of Windsor, 1884, born 
6 November, bapt. at Bobbingworth 
20 Dec. 1828; died at Cairo and 
bur. there. Will dated 23 March 
1888, with codicil 17 July 1889, 
proved 26 February 1891 by 
Cholmeley Austen Leigh the ex'or. 
(Principal Registry.) 



^Gertrude, dau. of Sir 
John Selwin of Down 
Hall, Hatfield Broad 
Oak, Essex ; born 26 
August, bapt. pri- 
vately in the library, 
Down Hall, 26 Octo- 
ber 183 2; marr. at Hat- 
field Heath Church, 
Essex, 17 June 1863. 



Edward Henry Cure=Muriel Elizabeth Anna Gertrude Isa- 

of New College, Ox- Louisa, dau. of Percy bella, born 12 

Dixwell Nowel Oxenden Aug., bapt. at 

of Broom Hall, Canter- St. George's, 

bury, born 11 September Bloomsbury, 

1869 5 marr. at St. 8 September 

George* s, Hanover Sq., 1868. 
16 July 1889. 



ford, matriculated 10 
Oct. 1884, a ged 18, 
born 27 June, bapt. 
at St Peter's, Ox- 
ford, 25 July 1866. 



fait 



Walter Robert 
Cure, born 6 
October, bapt 
at St. George's, 
Bloomsbury, 8 
November 
1870. 



Rosamond 
Harriet, born 
22 July, bapt. 
at Bobbing- 
worth 28 Sep- 
tember 1831. 



Denzil James 
Capel Cure, 
born 13 June, 
bapt at St 
George's, 
Bloomsbury, 
25 July 1872. 



Adelaide Frederica, 5 
born 14 September, 
bapt. at St Peter's, 
Eaton Square, 26 
November 1858; 
marr. there 2 De- 
cember 1885. 



Rowland John 
Beech of the 
Shawe, co. Staf- 
ford, and Brandon 
Lodge, co. War- 
wick, LP. and 
D.L., born 15 
Nov. 1853. 



Herbert Capel Cure, born 
23 October 1859, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square 5 Captain 61st 
Regt. 5 received Distin- 
guished Service Order for 
his services in Burmah. 



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Ernest Capel Cure of Uni- 
versity Coll., Oxford, matricu- 
lated 16 Jan. 1880, aged 18, 
born 29 October, bapt. at St 
Peter's, Eaton Sq., 19 Dec. 
1861 j marr. Frances Mar- 
garet, dau. of John Capel 
Philips of Heath House, co. 
Stafford. 



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Rev. Laurence George Capel=j= Augusta Elizabeth, youngest dau. 



Cure of Balliol College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 24 March 
1852, aged 18, B.A. 1856, 
Rector of Abbess Roding, 
co. Essex, 1858, born 10 July, 
bapt. at Bobbingworth 11 
September 1833. 



Henry Capel Cure 
of Hertford Coll., 
Oxford, matricu- 
lated 27 October 
1885, aged 27, 
born 17 August, 
bapt. at Bray, co. 
Berks, 10 Septem- 
ber 1858. 

Agnes, born 2 

2uly, bapt at Bob- 
ingworth 11 Au- 
gust 1859. 



of Sir Charles Joshua Smith, 
Bart., of Suttons, co. Essex 5 born 
26 July, bapt. at All Souls Church, 
London, 24 September 1830 5 
marr. at Stapleford Tawney, co. 
Essex, 13 October 1857. 



Emmeline, born 10 Decem- 
ber 1834, b«jrt- «t Trinity 
Church, Marylebone, 26 May 
18353 died at Blake Hall 24 
January, aged 19, bur. at 
bobbingworth 28 January 
1854. M.I. 



Rev. Edward Capel 
Cure of King's 
Coll., Cambridge, 
B.A. 1883, M.A. 
1887, Vicar of Brad- 
ninch, co. Devon, 
born 30 July, bapt. 
at Bobbingworth 5 
September 1860; 
marr. Maria, dau. of 
Walter Skirrow of 
21 Queensbury 
Place, S.W. 



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Margaret, born 
4 September, 
bapt. at Abbess 
Roding 20 Oc- 
tober 1861. 

Alfred Capel 
Cure, Lieuten- 
ant R.A., born 
x September, 
bapt at Abbess 
Roding in Oc- 
tober 1862. 



Isabella, bom 21 
November 1863, 
bapt. at Abbess 
Roding 2 Janu- 
ary 1804. 

Emmeline Au- 
gusta, born 19 
July, bapt. at 
Abbess Roding 9 
September 1866. 



Capel Cure, born 
3 May, bant at 
Abbess Roding 7 
June 1868. 

Frederick Capel 
Cure, born 27 
March, bapt. at 
Abbess Roding 2 
May 1869. 



Agnes Frederics, born- 
30 April, bapt at Bob- 
bingworth 7 August 
18363 marr. at St 
George's, Hanover 
Square, 15 February 
1855. 



: Sir Charles Cun- 
lifie Smith, Bart, 
of Suttons, born 15 
September, bapt at 
St George's, Han- 
over Square, 13 Oc- 
tober 1827. 



Charles Capel Cure, born 
1 September, bapt. at 
Bobbingworth 14 No- 
vember 1837; died at 
Blake Hall 14 December, 
aged 8, bur. at Bobbing- 
worth 20 December 
1845. M.I. 



Frederick Capel Cure, 
born 12 December 1839, 
bapt at Trinity Church, 
Marylebone, 13 April 
1 840 1 died at Harrow 
13 June, aged 14, bur. 
at Bobbingworth 19 June 
1854. M.I. 




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Arms. — Per chevron gales and sable, three stags trippant or* 
Crest,— On a lure a falcon rising proper. 

Henry Brown (4th son and 7th child of=f Ann, eldest dau. of Rich-=7=Thomas Frazer of Wood- 



Thomas Browne, subsequently Brown, of 
Tooting, by Hannah Heptinstall his wife), 
Commercial Resident at Ramnead j born 
30 June 1772; died 29 December 1809, 
bur. at Madras. 1st husband. 




ard Sewell, and niece of 
Henry Sewell of Madras, 
and of Chelsea; born 
1781; marr. andly 29 
November 1810 5 died 
25 November, aged 40, 
bur. at Checkendon, 
Oxon, 6 December 1 82 1 . 



cott House, Oxon, Capt. 
Madras Engineers, born 
1778 j died 14 March, aged 
44, bur. at Checkendon 
22 March 1823. 2nd hus- 
band. 



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Col. George=f=Ann Martinez, born in 



Henry Brown, late of H.E.I.C. Ser- 
vice, born 14 December 1801 ; died 
4 August, aged 72, bur. at Fretherne, 
Storehouse, co. Gloucester, 8 Au- 
gust 1873. Will dated 20 May 1873, 
proved 11 September 1873. 



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=£liza Ann, 3rd dau. 
of Sir Harry Verelst 
Darell, Bart, j born 
5 September 18 13 ; 
marr. at Richmond, 
Surrey, 16 June 

1835 > died at Po °- 
nah 1 7 August 1845, 
and bur. there. 



Arnold,died 
2 October 
1828, bur. 
at Calpy, 
India. 1st 
husband. 



India 18 January 1804 $ 
marr. at Clapham 10 
January 1826 (marr. 
2ndly Henry Mason, 
Capt. R.N., by whom 
she also had issue) ; died 
29 October, bur. in 
Old Clapham Church 
3 November 1843. 



Henry Darell= 
Brown, born 
3 April, bapt 
at St. Tho- 
mas's Cathe- 
dral, Bom- 
bay, 20 May 
1836. 



= Louisa, 2nd dau. of George 
Henry Brown and Cathe- 
rine Field $ born at Clapham, 
Surrey, bapt. at Clapham 
Parish Church ; marr. at St. 
James's Church, West- 
bourne Terrace, London, 20 
October 1863. 



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Rev. Lionel Edward Brown, born=j=Catherine Fanny, 

2nd dau. of Ro- 
bert Davidson, 
Physician-General 
Madras Army, 
and Grace Gor- 
don j born at 
Madras ; marr. 
at Cheltenham 2 
May 1865. 



5 November 18.37 j assumed sur- 
name of Darell 28 August 1873 
by deed ; died 1 1 February, bur. 
at Welland, co. Worcester, 15 
February 1882. Will dated 23 
May 1877, proved at Worcester 
17 May 1882 by Catherine Fanny 
the relict, universal legatee and 
executrix. 



O^rt^C, 



Emily Grace, born 
12 Feb., bapt. at 
Welland 11 March 
1866. 



Henry Forbes Darell- 
Brown, born 7 June, 
bapt. at Welland 14 
July 1867. 



Montague Lionel Darell- 
Brown, born 13 Decem- 
ber 1868, bapt. at Wel- 
land 31 January 1869. 



Otway Darell-Brown, 
born 7 November, 
bapt. at Welland 1$ 
December 1872. 



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Emily Mary,= 
born 5 Fe- 
bruary, bapt. 
at Malcolm 
Perth, Bom- 
bay, 31 
March 18395 
marr.atChel- 
tenham 29 
April 1873. 



= Stephen Bennett, 
late Rector of 
Uphill, co. Somer- 
set, son of Tho- 
mas Bennett and 
Jane Ovens ; 
born 12 Febru- 
ary 1829. 



FloraEliza,born=T=Leonard John Gra 



4 October, bapt, 
at St James's 
Church, Tan- 
nah, 19 No- 
vember 1843 ; 
marr. at Chel- 
tenham 26 July 
1866. 

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ham - Clarke, only 
child of John Alt- 
ham Graham-Clarke 
and Emma Jane 
Eagles 5 born 20 Oc- 
tober 1 841, bapt. at 
Clifton Parish Co., 
20 February 1842. 



Lestock Shirley Brown, 
born 1 Sept 1840 ; 
died at Tannah 9 June 
1843. 

Lestock Lechraere 
Brown, born 6 August 
1845 i d*^ At Tannah 
8 September 1845. 



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John Read Brown, born at Ramnead 6 July=jFMargaret Mary, 
1805, Major-General 6th Madras Cavalry; * '** •*»- 
died in London 3 April, bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery 8 April 1876. 



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dau. of David In- 
verarity of Mont- 
rose, N.B., and 
of Ann de Sorel ; 
marr. at St. 
Mary's Church, 
Madras, 15 May 
1834; died in 
London 9 Feb., 
bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery 
14 Feb. 1868. 



Eliza Casamajor, born in 
India 29 June 1806; marr. 
at Clapham, 20 November 
1832, Edward Rogers of 
Stanage Park, co. Radnor; 
he died 22 December, bur. 
at Brampton Brian, co. 
Hereford, 29 December 
J 852 ; she died at Wey- 
mouth 18 December, bur. 
at Brampton Brian 26 De- 
cember 1849. 



Major Francis Maun-= 
sell, 54th Regiment; 
died at Jullundar, 
Punjaub, April 1874, 
and bur. there. 1st 
husband. 



: Alice, born in Paris 4 August 1845, bapt.=George Burnett of 
there ; joined the R. C. Communion in Dundee^ N.B., 
1878, and was rebapt as Alice Maria 
Georgina Frederica; marr. 1st, at St. 
James's Church, Dover, 23 November 
1869 ; 2ndly at All Saints' Church, Nor- 
folk Square, London, 1 June 1881. 



died at Trieste 
March 1885, and 
bur. there. 2nd 
husband. 



George, 
died in 
infancy. 



Edith Margaret de Sorel,=y=Lieut.-Colonel 



born at the Neilgherry 
Hills,Madras Presidency, 
15 July 1850; marr. at 
Jullundar, Punjaub, 
March 1874; died in 
Edinburgh 29 February 
1888, and bur. there. 



James Hearne 
Tarleton, 54th 
Regiment, of 
Tullamore, 
Ireland. 



Margaret Duncan, 
born at the Neil- 
gherry Hills 26 
June 1853; died 
in London n Oc- 
tober, bur. in Ken- 
sal Green Ceme- 
tery 18 October 
1871. 



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Eugenie Constance Lawrence, 
born at the Neilgherry Hills 1 1 
August, bapt. 24 December 
1856 ; marr. at St James's Ch., 
Piccadilly, 2 June 1883, Edward 
McAlister, 2nd son of John Fox 
Seaton ; born in London, bapt. at 
St. Stephen's Church, St. Pan- 
eras. t= 



Edward Lawford Brown, born 5 Annie Mar- 
April, bapt. at Presteign 5 May garetta, born 
1833 ; Fellow of Trinity College, at Presteign 5 
Cambridge, First Bell Scholar, Sept., bapt. 
Porson Prizeman, Senior Classic, there 1 Octo- 
Senior Chancellor's Medallist; ber 1834; died 
died at Marlborough Coll. 9 May, 22 April, bur. 
bur. at Knighton 15 May i860. at Knighton 

26 April 1838. 



Emma Eliza,=pWilliam An- Henry John 

born at derson.D.C.L., Brown, born 

Knighton 25 F.R.S.^ 5th at Knighton 

August, bapt. son of John 3 Dec. 1837, 

there 18 Sep- Anderson of bapt. there 7 

temben836; St. Peters- Jan. 1838$ 

marr. there burgh, born 5 diedaaMarch, 

10 November January 1834. bur.atKnigh- 

1856. ton 22 March 

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Ann, dan. of Samueh 
Lawford of Clapham 5 
born 3 November 1 807 5 
marr. at Clapham 22 
May 18325 died 25 
Feb., bur. at Knighton 
2 March 1839. Ist 
wife. 



: James Richard Brown, M.A. Emmanuel" 
College, Cambridge, born in India 17 
March 18085 Vicar of Knighton, co. 
Radnor, 1836— 1878 ; Rector of Bed- 
stone 1840 — 18785 Rector of Hopesay, 
co. Salop, 1878—18825 died 8 July, bur. 
at Knighton 11 July 1882. 



Mary, born 
at Knighton 
in Novem- 
ber, bapt 
there 9 Dec. 
1 84 1 5 died in 
infancy, bur. 
at Knighton 
11 Decem- 
ber 1841. 



: Anne Sarah, dau. of Thomas 
Green of Stoke House, Ten- 
bury 5 born 11 September 
1817 ; marr. at Hopesay 21 
January 1841 5 died 1 Janu- 
ary, bur. at Knighton 4 Janu- 
ary 1876. 2nd wife. 



Annie, dau. of= 
Henry Davidson 
(India Civil Ser- 
vice) 5 born in 
India 18 April 
1850; marr. at 
Tupsley Church, 
co. Hereford, 1 
June 1875 > dkd 
31 December 

1 875, bur. at Bed- 
stone 3 January 

1876. ist wife. 



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: Joseph Henry=f=Mary 
Brown of 
Trinity Coll., 
Oxford, matri- 
culated 1 Feb. 
1862, aged 18, 
B.A. 1866, 
M.A. 1880, 
Rector of Bed- 
stone, 1878, 
born at Knigh- 
ton 11 Feb., 
bapt. there 12 
March 1843. 



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Dorothy Mary Sneade, born 
8 July, bapt. at St Paul's, 
Wokingham, 14 Aug. 1881. 

Constance Anne Sewell, born 
23 July, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Wokingham, 26 August 
1883. 



Emma, 
dau. of Rev. 
Joseph Tho- 
mas Brown 5 
born 20 
March, bapt. 
at Shenfield, 
Essex, 6 May 
18555 marr. at 
St Paul's, 
Wokingham, 
19 Tune 1880. 
2nd wife. 



James Brown, 
Captain R.N., 
born at Knigh- 
ton, 20 De- 
cember 1845, 
bapt. there 5 
January 1846. 



Eleanor Mar- 
garet, born at 
Knighton 
September, 
bapt. there 18 
October 18465 
died 12 May, 
bur. at Knigh- 
ton 17 May 
1848. 




Edward Godfrey Brown, 
born 30 July, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Bedstone, 6 
September 1885. 

Hilda Towers, born 29 
April, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Bedstone, 19 June 1887. 



William Towers Brown, 
born 8 April, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Bedstone, 5 
May 1889. 

Edith Muriel, born 26 
May, bapt at St. Mary's, 
Bedstone, 13 July 1890. 



Henry Col- 
borneBrown, 
born 29 May, 
bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Bed- 
stone, 10 
July 1892. 



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CharlesBro wn of the Pun jaub Police/ 
bom at Knighton 5 September, 
bapt. there 30 September 1849. 



=Wilhelmina, 
dau. of Col. 
H. Mayers ; 
man*, at Wes- 
ton-super- 
Mare 12 Jan. 
i875. 



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George Edward 
Brown, born at 
Knighton, 15 
January, bapt. 
there 10 Febru- 
ary 1852; died 
1 March, bur. 
at Knighton 5 
March 1853. 



Wilhelmina Ormonde, 
born in India 11 No- 
vember 1875. 



1 

Jessie Laura, born at 
Knighton 13 Jan., bapt. 
there 29 Jan. 1854 ; marr. 
at Hopesay, 4 July 1882, 
John Griffiths Buchanan, 
3rd son of Niel Griffiths 
Buchanan, Captain 93rd 
Highlanders, of Cunning- 
ham Head and Knockshin- 
nock, Ayrshire. 



Harriette Elizabeth, dau.= 
of Rev. George Cuthbert, 
Vicar of Llanllwchaiara, co. 
Montgomery 5 born at Os- 
westry 13 February 1857 ; 
marr. at St. Clement's, 
Notting Hill, London, 19 
July 1887 5 died at Welsh- 
pool 12 June, bur. at Bed- 
stone 14 June 1888. 1st 
wife. 



: Rev . Ernest William Brown ,= 
born at Knighton 4 Septem- 
ber, bapt. there 9 Novem- 
ber 18565 M.A. Trinity 
College, Cambridge ; Curate 
at Kington, co. Hereford, 
1880 — 1886 ; Curate at 
Welshpool 1 886 — 1 888 5 
Curate at Clun 1 888— 1 893 $ 
Rector of Montgomery 
189* 



Mary Margaretta, dau. 
of Rev. Prebendary 
Jellicorse, Vicar of 
Clunbury ; born at the 
Vicarage, Clunbury, 27 
June, bapt. there 12 
July 18705 marr. at 
St. Swithin's Church, 
Clunbury, 18 January 
1893. 2nd wife. 



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Charles Cuthbert Brown, 
born at Welshpool 7 June, 
bapt. there 2 July 1888. 



I 
Amy Con- 
stance, born 
at Knighton 
9 February, 
bapt there 
24 February 
1861. 



Jessie Margaretta, born at Montgomery 
Rectory 23 November, bapt. at Mont- 
gomery 28 December 1893. 



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Arms. — Azure, on a chief or a demi-lion rampant issuant gales. 
Crest.— A lion of St. Mark sejant-guardant, winged or, holding a pair of horse- 
names of the last. 



Charles Markham of Northampton (son of John= 
Markham of Northampton, Clerk of Lieu- 
tenancy for the county), born at Northamp- 
ton 28 December 17785 educated at Rugby $ 
appointed Master Extraordinary in Chancery 7 
April 1800; appointed Clerk of Lieutenancy and 
of the Peace for the county in 1823 ; died 20 
October, aged 68, and was bur. in the north- 
east chapel of St Giles's Church, Northampton, 
26 October 1846. M.I. Will dated 24 August 
1846, proved 10 November 1846. 



=Eliza Mary, dau. of John 
Packharness of St. Ann's, 
Jamaica ; born in March 
1785 ; marr. at the 
Church of St. Gregory 
by St. Paul's, London, 
23 September 181 1 5 
died 17 December, aged 
73, bur. in the church- 
yard of St. Giles's, 
Northampton, 21 De- 
cember 1858. M.I. 




Seal used by John 
Markham of North- 
ampton, father of 
Charles Markham. 



Anna Maria Fran-=f=Rev. John Cox (eldest son of 
Thomas Cox of Tottenham, 
co. Middx., and Frances his 
wife), of St. Mary's Hall, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 23 May 
1821, aged 19, B.A. 1825, 
M.A. 1828, born 29 April, 
bapt. at St. Pancras 29 May 
1802, Curate of Walgrave and 
Hannington, co. Northamp- 
ton; died at Castlestone, 
Northampton, 28 March, bur. 
in St. Giles's Churchyard 4 
April 1867. 



ces, bapt at All 
Saints', North- 
ampton, 22 March 
18 13 j marr. at 
St. Giles's, North- 
ampton ; died 1 
January, bur. in 
St Giles's Church- 
yard 5 January 
1878. 



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lurBayley Mark- 
ham, born at North- 
ampton 1 1 May, 
bapt. at St. Giles's, 
Northampton, 27 
September 18 15; 
died 20 December, 
aged 58, bur. in 
Grendon Church- 
yard, co. Northamp- 
ton, 26 Dec. 1873. 



: Ann, dau. of John 
William Smith of 
Shrewsbury ; born 8 
June 1815 5 marr. at 
Dunchurch, co. War- 
wick, 28 August 1838; 
died 5 September, aged 
57, bur. in Grendon 
Churchyard 9 Septem- 
ber 1872. 



Edith Frances, 
born 4 De- 
cember 1839, 
bapt. at Acton, 
co. Middlesex, 
15 April 1840 ; 
marr. at the 
Church of the 
Blessed Virgin, 
Grendon, 15 
May 1866, 
Charles Sebas- 
tian Smith of 
Shipley, co. 
Derby. 



Ann Gertrude, born 6 May 
1842, ..bapt at Acton, co. 
Middlesex; marr. at St 
Giles's, Northampton, 6 Sep- 
tember 1866, Charles King 
Anderson, youngest son of 
Thomas Anderson of Jes- 
mond House, Newcastle, co. 
Northumberland ; born 24 
August 1836, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Clapham, co. Surrey, 
27 October following ; he 
died 16 January, aged 39 
years, bur. at Willesden Parish 
Church, %% January 1876. 



Charles William 
Markham, born 1$ 
September, bapt at 
St Giles's, North- 
ampton, 28 Decem- 
ber 1843 5 now of 
Grendon and North- 
ampton. 

Alice, born 16 Janu- 
ary, bapt at Acton, 
co. Middlesex, 18 
May 1845. 



I 
Katherine Louisa, born 16 

October 1846, bapt. at 

Acton 28 February 1847 5 

marr. at St. Martin's-in- ' 

the- Fields, co. Middlesex, 

13 September 1865, Major 

James Henry Hothersall 

Landon of Creaton House, 

near Northampton, born 8 

October 1833, bapt. at 

Bishopsteignton,co. Devon. 



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Henry Philip Markham, born at Northampton 
August, bapt. at St Giles's, Northampton, 4 
December 18 16; Clerk of Lieutenancy and 
Clerk of the Peace for the county; Mayor of 
Northampton 1862. Now of Sedgebrooke, Pits- 
ford, co. Northampton. 



5=j=Edith, dan. of Lieut Robert Alexander, 57th 
Regt, of Clifton, and of Anne Isabella Racster 
his wife ; born at Clifton, co. Derby, 2 March, 
bapt at Ashborne 2 April 1834; marr. at 
Matlock 6 December 1855. 



Rose Isabelle, Christopher Alexander Markham,^Amy, 3rd dau. of_Rev. 

born at North- born at Chapel Brampton, co. 

ampton 1 Fe- Northampton, 1 2 June, bapt. there 

bruary, bapt. 17 July 1859 j appointed Deputy 

at St. Giles s, Clerk of the Peace for county of 

Northampton, Northampton 1887; gazetted 

28 February Lieut, to 4th Batt. of Northamp- 

1857. tonshire Regt., Captain 6 May 

1893; elected F.S.A. 6 March 

1890. 



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ith Joan, born at Spratton, 
co. Northampton, ic May, 
bapt. there 12 June 1092. 



ThomasCharlesBrand 
Cornwell, Rector of 
Scaldwell, co. North- 
ampton; born at Ged- 
dington, co. North- 
ampton, 21 August 
18575 marr. at SS. 
Peter and Paul, Scald- 
well, 12 August 1891. 



Lillias Agatha Mary 
Racster, born at 
Sedgebrooke, near 
Northampton, 22 
July, bapt at Pits- 
ford, co. Northamp- 
ton, 5 Oct. 1862 j 
marr. there, 6 Feb. 
1893, Eustace, 3rd 
son of Captain Car- 
den of Brixworth, 
co. Northampton, 
late 36th Regt. 



Charles Cornwell Markham, 
born 15 December 1893, bapt. 
at Spratton. 



Emma, born 6 
May, bapt. at 
Saint Giles's, 
Northampton, 
5 June 1848; 
marr. there, 21 
July 1873, 
Charles Jewel 
Evans of North- 
ampton. 



Ada Mary, born at Northamp- 
ton 27 November, bapt. at St 
Giles's, Northampton, 25 De- 
cember 1849 5 marr. at Gren- 
don, 16 October 1877, Rev. 
Charles Gray, M.A., Vicar of 
St. Michael and All Angels, 
Northampton, then Vicar of 
Belgrave-cuxn-Birstall, now 
Vicar of St. Mary's, Peter- 
borough; J.P. for Leicester- 
shire. 



Arthu 



rar Mark, 
ham, born 21 
June, bapt. at 
St. Giles's, 
Northampton, 
7 Aug. 1851; 
died 6 May, 
aged 5, bur. in 
St Giles's 
Churchyard 10 
Mayi856.M.I. 



Henrietta Elizabeth, born 23 
December 1852, bapt at St. 
Giles's, Northampton, 24 
January 1853 ; marr. there, 3 
July 1878, Reginald Bell of 
The Hall, Thirsk, co. York, 
J.P., and Captain 1st V.B. 
Princess of Wales' Own, eldest 
son of Rev. Henry Smith, 
Vicar of Easton Mauduit, co. 
Northampton ; born 7 June, 
bapt at Easton Mauduit 25 
June 1848 j assumed the 
name of Bell in 1875. 



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Eliza Emma, dau. of 
John William Smith 
of Shrewsbury ; born 
in Feb., bapt. at Meole 
Brace, co. Salop, 25 
Feb. 1 82 a j man*, there 
29 April 1847 5 died at 
Kensington Gardens, 
London, 12 August, 
bur. at Dunchurch, co. 
Warwick, 19 August 
1848. 1 st wife. 



T=Wilhara Orlando^Catharine, dan. of Dr. 



Markham, born 28 
Jan., bapt. at St. 
Giles's, Northamp- 
ton, 23 Sept. 181 8; 
M.D. Edinburgh 
1840 5 F.R.C.P. 
London 1854; died 
23 January 1891, 
bur. at Woking, co. 
Surrey. 



Henry William Kennedy Markham of St. 
John's College, Cambridge, B.A., born 26 
July 1848, bapt. at St. Giles's, Northamp- 
ton j gazetted 2nd Lieut. Northamptonshire 
Militia 1874, Captain 29 December 1883, 
Hon. Major. 



James Hamilton of Edin- 
burgh, and widow of 
Thomas Segrave; born 
in June 1817, bapt. at St. 
George's Chapel, Edin- 
burgh; marr. istly, at 
the British Embassy, 
Paris, in 1843, and 2ndly, 
at St. Mary's, Edin- 
burgh, 21 Sept. 1854. 
2nd wife. 



Alfred Markham, born 
in October 18 19 ; bur. at 
St. Giles's, Northamp- 
ton, 26 June 1820. 

John Cox Markham, 
born 23 Tune, bapt. at 
St. Giles s, Northamp- 
ton, 16 November 1821 ; 
died at Charm inster, co. 
Dorset, and bur. there in 
1836. 



Eliza Catharine, born 4 September 1855 > marr. 
at Holy Trinity, Clapham Common, 4 Decem- 
ber 1883, James Augustus Poland, Rear Admiral 
1 January 1888, and Vice Admiral 13 May 1893, 
born 18 August 1832. 



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John Mansel Mark- 
ham of Northamp- 
ton, born 16 August, 
bapt. at St. Giles's, 
Northampton, 15 
September 1854. 



Gervase Edward Markham 
of Coundon, co. Durham, 
born at Northampton 17 
July, bapt. at St. Giles's, 
Northampton, 19 August 
1856. 



Winifred, born 1 September, bapt. at St. 
Giles's, Northampton, 23 October 1858 $ 
marr. there, 9 August 1881, Major George 
Engleberto Liebenrood, 58th Regt, of Pros- 
pect Hill Park, Reading, son of Captain 
Liebenrood, R.N. ; born at Charlotte Town, 
Prince Edward's Island, 10 October 1847, 
and bapt there. 



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Charles Markham of^Rosa, 4th dau. 



Tapton House, Chester- 
field, co. Derby, born 1 
March, baptat St Giles's, 
Northampton, 24 Sep- 
tember 1823 5 J.P. for 
the county of Derby 5 
died 30 August, aged 65, 
bur. in the cemetery at 
Brimiugton, co. Derby. 
3 September 1888. M.I. 



of Sir Joseph 
Paxton ; bapt 
at Edensor, co. 
Derby 1 July 
1 840 4 marr. at 
St. Bartholo- 
mew^, Syden- 
ham, co. Kent, 
24 April 1862. 



Thomas Hugh Markham of 
the Inner Temple, Barrister- 
at-Law, born at Northamp- 
ton 28 November 1825 ; ma- 
triculated at Brazenose Col- 
lege, Oxford, 21 March 1844; 
B.A. 1847 5 M.A. 1852 ; died 
at Gainsborough 19 Septem- 
ber, bur. in churchyard St. 
Giles's, Northampton, 23 
September 1868. M.I. 



Mary Helen, born at 
Northampton 16 Maj 
1827, bapt at St. 
Giles's, Northamp- 
ton; marr. there, 7 
June 1855, Isaac Ed- 
ward Lovell of Guils- 
borough, co. North- 
ampton, J.P. 5 born 4 
September, bapt. at 
West Haddon 1 Oc- 
tober 1820. 



Geral 



Idine, born 1 i=pSamuel Hugh Francklin 



uly 1863, bapt at 
ilper, co. Derby $ 
marr. at St. Mar- 
garet's Church, 
Westminster, 25 
April 1889. 



Hole, only son of the Very 
Rev. Samuel Reynolds 
Hole, D.D., Dean of Ro- 
chester; born at Caunton 
Manor, co. Notts, 16 Oct, 
bapt there 21 Dec. 1862. 



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Charles Paxton= 
Markham ofTap- 
ton House, Ches- 
terfield, born 14 
April 1865; Lieu- 
tenant 2nd V.B. 
Sherwood Fores- 
ters. 



^Margaret Hermine, dau. of 
Thomas Hughes Jackson of 
Manor House, Claughton, 
Birkenhead; bom 5 August, 
bapt at Oxton 17 Novem- 
ber 1864; marr. at St. 
Mary's, Birkenhead, 6 June 
1889. 



Arthur Basil Markham, = 
bom 25 August 1866, 
bapt. at Brimington ; 
educated at Rugby ; 
Captain 3rd Batt. Sher- 
wood Foresters 10 May 
1889. 



: Agnes, dau. of Captain T. R. 
Welstead of Kimbolton 
House, co. Huntingdon (who 
died 15 December 1873, aged 
38, and was bur. at Tilbrook, 
co. Bedford) ; marr. at St 
James's Church, Piccadilly, 
31 January 1889. 



Ernest Whinfield Mark- 
ham, bom 3 October 
1867, tapt at Briming- 
ton, co. Derby; died 21 
April, bur. at the ceme- 
tery, Brimington, 24 
April 1888. M.I. 



Violet Rosa, 
bom 3 Oc- 
tober 1872, 
baptized at 
Chesterfield. 



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Arms on record in the College 
of Arms.— Sable, a tower or, 
charged with a pheon of the 
field, within a bordure of the 
second, charged with ten cross- 
crosslets also of the field. 

Crest. — A gryphon passant 
per pale or and ermine, the dex- 
ter claw resting on a shield sable, 
charged with a tower as in the 
arms. 

Motto.— Lent and Dread. 



Christopher Thomas Tower of Weald Hall/ 
co. Essex, and Huntsmore Park in parish of 
Iver, co. Bucks, M.A. University College, 
Oxford, 1769, J.P. and D.L. for Essex and 
Herts, M.P. for Harwich 1832-37, and High 
Sheriff for Essex 1840 (son of Christopher 
Tower of Huntsmore Park and Weald Hall, 
by Elizabeth his wife, only dau. of George 
Baker of Eleroore Hall, co. Durham), born 1 
November 1775, bapt at Iver, co. Bucks, 
31 December following; died 19 February 
1867, in his 92nd year, bur. at South Weald 
26 February following. Will dated 25 Octo- 
ber 1864 with two codicils dated 30 October 
1866 and 12 January 1867, proved 13 April 
1867. 



FpHarriet, 2nd dau. of 
Sir Thomas Beau- 
champ Procter of 
Langley Park, co. 
Norfolk, Bart; born 
28 October, bapt. 
at Langley 17 No- 
vember 1782 ; marr. 
there 25 June 1803; 
died at Brighton 19 
February, aged 86, 
bur. at South Weald 
26 February 1868. 



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Christopher Tower of Huntsmore Park and Weald Hall, 5 
eldest son and heir, of Oriel Coll., Oxford, matriculated 
23 May 1822, aged 18 5 J.P. and D.L. for Bucks, Essex, 
Bedford, and Middlesex, M.P. for Bucks 1845—47, 
Sheriff of Bucks 1871, Captain 7th Hussars, Lieut- 
Colonel West Essex Militia, born at Gadesbridge, Hemel 
Hempstead, 2 May 1804, bapt at South Weald 14 June 
following $ died at San Remo 3 March, bur. there 5 
March 1884. Will dated 26 November 1883, proved 
22 May 1884. 



: Sophia Frances, only dau. of John, 
1st Earl Brownlow, by his 1st wife 
Amelia Sophia, 2nd dau. and eventually 
sole heir of Sir Abraham Hume, Bart., 
born in Lower Grosvenor Street 14 
April, bapt. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, 14 May 181 1 5 marr. there 10 
February 1836; died at Huntsmore 
Park 21 December, bur. at South 
Weald 28 December 1882. 



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Amelia Frances Harriet, eldest dau.,=pJonn Francis William, Count de Salis, 



bom in Hill Street, London, 28 July 
18375 marr. at Iver, co. Bucks, 11 
February 1862 ; died 8 January, bur. 
at Harlington, co. Bucks, 13 January 
1885. 



eldest son of Peter, Count de Salis ; 
born 25 August 1825 ; died 7 August, 
bur. at Harlington 11 August 1871. 



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Lucy Sophia, 2nd 
dau., born at Bray- 
field 28 Novem- 
ber 1838, bapt 
there 12 February 
1839. 



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Harriet Elizabeth, 3 
bora 21 Oct. 1805, 
bapt at South 
Weald 24 March 
1806; man*, at St 
George's, Hanover 
Square, 1 1 July 
1833 ; died 10 
March, bur. at 
Kensal Green Ce- 
metery 15 March 
1875. 



: Henry Robert Rings- 
cote, and son of Thomas 
Kingscote of Kingscote, 
co. Gloucester, and 
Harriett his wife; born 
at Hinton House, Aires- 
ford, co. Hants, 25 May, 
bapt. at Hinton 2 July 
1802; died 13 July, bur. 
at Kensal Green Ceme- 
tery 18 July 1882. 



Caroline Mary, born 9= 
February, bapt. pri- 
vately at Hemel Hemp- 
stead 13 March, and 
received into the Church 
26 April 1807 ; marr. 
at St. George's, Han- 
over Square, 13 July 
1830 j died 18 Septem- 
ber, bur. at Pleshy, co. 
Essex, 24 Sept 1841. 



John JoUiffeTufnell (eld- 
est son of John Jolliffe 
Tufhell of Bromsfield, 
Essex) of Oriel College, 
Oxford, matriculated 19 
April 1823, aged 17, of 
Langleys, Chelmsford, 
J.P. and D.L. for Essex, 
High Sheriff for that 
county in 1870, born at 
Broomfield Place, Chelms- 
ford, 1 July, bapt. at 
Broomfield Church 30 
July 1805. 



Mary, dau. of Rev.=pChristopher John^Cecilia, only dau. of Rev. Robert Beauchamp Tower, 



Delves Broughton 
of Broughton Hall, 
co. Stafford; born 
20 March 1838; 
marr. at Llanfair- 
Dyffryn-Clwyd, co. 
Denbigh, 11 March 
1865$ died 28 De- 
cember 1865, bur. 
at South Weald 3 
January 1866. 1st 
wife. 



Hume Tower of 
Huntsmore Park 
and Weald Hall, 
Essex, of Christ 
Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 20 
April i860, aged 
19, B.A. 1865, 
M.A. 1873, Stu- 
dent of the Inner 
Temple 1863, 
J.P. and D.L. for 
the co. of Essex, 
Sheriff of that 
county in 1876; 
born 20 January, 
baptatBrayfield, 
co. Bucks, 8 
March 1841. 



M. A., and widow of Osgood Hanbury of Holfield Grange, 
co. Essex (who died 3 May, bur. at Pattiswick Church 
near Coggeshall, co. Essex, 9 May 1882 ; M.I.) ; bapt. 
at Moreton, co. Essex, 12 November 1848; marr. at 
Pau, France, 1 February 1883. 2nd wife. 



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Mary Sophia Christobel, bora 
at Luptens, South Weald, 
18 December 1865 5 died 7 
Jan., bur. at South Weald, 
13 January 1866. 



Christopher Cecil Tower, born 
24 December 1884, bapt at 7 
Chesham Place 24 January 
1885. 

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Hugh Christopher Tower, 
born 23 July, bapt. at 
South Weald 24 August 
1886. 



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Emily, born 23= 
June, bapt at 
Hemel Hemp- 
stead 17 July 
1808$ man*, at 
South Weald 
17 October 
1833 j died 19 
May, bar. at 
St. Leonard's 
26 May 1875. 



=JohnApsleyPul- 
teney (son of 
John Pulteney, 
formerly Fawcett 
of Cumberland) 
of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matricu- 
lated 18. April 
1823, of Norther- 
wood, co. Hants, 
born 17 Novem- 
ber 1803, Capt 
1 2th Lancers 5 
died at Malta 17 
April 1840, and 
was bur. there. 



Thomas Tower of Lin-=j=Sarah Anne, 2nd 



coin's Inn 6 May 1836, 
Barrister-at-Law, of 4 
Queen's Gate Terrace, 
Kensington, of St. 
John's College, Cam- 
bridge, 1836, born 23 
November 1808, bapt. 
at Hemel Hempstead 
22 April 1809; died 

22 April, bur. at Kensal 
Green Cemetery 28 
April 1890. Will dated 
1 Dec. 1884, codicil 

23 Jan. 1888, proved 
30 June 1890. 



Francis Fitzpatrick 
Tower, born 1 June 
1859, bapt at 
English Church, 
Florence, 15 July 
following. 



Reginald Thomas 
Tower, bom 1 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at 
South Weald 15 
October i860. 



dau. of Francis 
Bairdof St Peters- 
burgh; born 12 
April, bapt at 
All Saints', West 
Ham, co. Essex, 
30 May 18345 
marr. at St. 
James's Church, 
Piccadilly, 23 
June 18585 died 
in London 23 Fe- 
bruary, bur. at 
Kensal Green 
Cemetery 3 
March 1864. 



JaneAnne,born 
20 May, bapt. 
at Marylebone, 
and received 
into the Church 
at South Weald 
2 August 1812; 
marr. at Dover, 
18 Dec. 1869, 
Paul Clandon of 
Columbier, 
Switzerland ; he 
was bur. there. 



Evelyn Dora, born in London 
27 January, bapt. at St Mary 
Abbots, Kensington, 7 April 
1862 ; died at Sandown, Isle 
of Wight, 2 October 1862. 



John Charles Fitzroy 
Tower, born 9 Sep- 
tember, bapt at St. 
Mary Abbots, Ken- 
sington, 15 October 
1863. 



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Beatrice Catherine Fran- 
ces, 5th dau., born at 
Huntsmore Park 10 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at Iver 28 
October 1846; marr. 
there, 21 June 1870, 
George Henry Waller, 
Major-General, Royal 
Fusileers, eldest son of 
Sir Thomas Walthen 
Waller, Bart; born 2 
September 1837. 



Charlotte Marian, 3rd 
dau., born at Hunts- 
more Park 25 October, 
bapt. at Iver, co. Bucks, 
30 November 1842; 
marr. there, 5 June 
1877, David Mcintosh 
of Havering Park, co. 
Essex ; he died 20 July, 
aged 66, bur. at Haver- 
ing atte Bower 23 July 
1881. 



Adelaide Caroline, 
4th dau., born 14 
February, bapt. at 
Iver 17 April 1844; 
marr. there, 27 
May 1863, Charles 
Meeking of Rich- 
ings Park,co.Bucks, 
born 9 September 
1838. 



Edith Anna Maria, 6th 
and youngest dau., born 
at South Audley Street 
24 December 1848, 
bapt. at Audley Chapel, 
London ; marr. at Iver, 
8 April 1875, Thomas 
Algernon Smith-Dor- 
rien-Smith of Hares- 
foot, Herts, and Tresco 
Abbey, Isle of Scilly, 
born 7 February 1846. 



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Isabella, born 4 
October, bapt. 
at South Weald 
15 November 
1 8 13 5 died un- 
man*. 1 8 Au- 
gust, bur. at 
Shenheld, co. 
Essex, 21 Au- 
gust 1890. 



Rev. Robert Beau- 
champ Tower of 
University Coll., 
Durham, B.A. 
1837, M.A. 1841, 
Rector of More- 
ton, co. Essex, 
1840— 77, born 27 
February, bapt. at 
South Weald 2 
April 1815. 




: Josephine Rose, 
youngest dau. of 
Rev. Samuel Smith, 
D.D., of Dry Dray- 
ton, co. Cambridge, 
Prebendary of Dur- 
ham; born 11 Feb., 
bapt. at Christ Ch. 
Cathedral, Oxford, 14 
March 1821 ; marr. 
at Dry Drayton 31 
January 1844. 



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CaptArthu 
R.N., of Great 
Berkhamsted, co. 
Herts, born 15 April 
1 8 16, bapt at South 
Weald 19 May fol- 
lowing 5 died at Berk- 
hamsted 1 June, bur. 
at South Weald 7 
June 1877. Will 
dated 14 May 1869, 
prored22Ang.i877. 



Augusta May 
Frederica, dau. 
of John Jen- 
kinson, Bishop 
of St David's j 
born in Harley 
Street, Lon- 
don, 20 June 
1826 j marr. at 
Malvern 20 
June 1855. 



Arthur Tower, born 
1 March, bapt at 
Moreton 29 March 
1846. 



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Beauchamp Tower, born 13 
January, bapt at Moreton 
16 February 1848. 



Cecilia, born 8 October, bapt. at Moreton 
12 November 1848, wife of Christopher 
John Hume Tower of Weald Hall. 



Laura, born 15 February 1818, bapt. 
at South Weald 8 March following ; 
marr. there, 8 April 1843, Captain 
Charles Stannard Eustace of Roberts- 
town, Kildare, eldest son of Rev. 
Charles Eustace of Robertstown; 
died s.p. at Brighton, bur. at Kensal 
Green Cemetery 22 February 1875 i 
she died 21 May, bur. in Warn st on 
Cemetery, Edinburgh, 3 1 'May 1 844. 



Rev. Ferdinand Ernests 
Tower, M.A., born 4 
October, bapt. at South 
Weald 8 October 1820 ; 
bur. at Old St. Leo- 
nard's Church 24 Janu- 
ary 1885. Will dated 
a 3 July 1883, proved 
23 March 1885. 



:Mary Georgiana, 
dau. of William 
Campion of Dan- 
ny, co. Sussex; 
born at Itchen 
Abbas, Winches- 
ter, 16 August, 
bapt. there 26 Sept 
1833 ; marr. at 
Danny 3 Oct 1 861. 



Eleanor, born 
21 December 
1 8a 1, bapt. at 
South Weald 
6 Jan. 1822 1 
bur. there 13 
Nov. 1827. 



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Brownlow Richard Christopher Tower of EUesmere=j=Marion Isabella, dau. 
House, Ellesmere, co. Salop, B.A. Christ Church, * " 

Oxford, 1873, matriculated 15 October 1869, aged 18, 
J. P. for co. Salop, born in London 31 March, bapt. 
at Iver 29 May 1851. 



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of Henry Francis 
Cockayne Cust of 
Cockayne Hatley, co. 
Bedford, and of Elles- 
mere House, Salop; 
bapt at Cockayne 
Hatley 24 October 
1854 ; marr. at Elles- 
mere 20 April 1 88 1. 



Egerton Augustus 
Tower, born at 
Eaton Place 8 
April, bapt. at St 
Peter's, Eaton Sq., 
8 May 1857; l**e 
Lieut. 95th Regt. 



\ Sylvia Sophia, born 7 
u March, bapt. at Iver 12 



April 1882. 



Averil, born 13 April, bapt. 
at St Peter's, Eaton Square, 
15 May 1884. 



Iris, born 13 December 1885, 
bapt. at Ellesmere 31 Janu- 
ary 1886. 




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Arms.— Gtxlts, ten billets or, 4, 3, fl, I, within a bordnre engrailed argent, charged with eight harts. 
Crgst.—An eagle's head and neck conped gules, charged with six billets or. 



Elizabeth, dau.=f Samuel Salter of Puddimore, co. Somerset (son of Samuel=rRebecca, dau. of 
of Samuel Isaac 



and Martha his 
wifeofMonta- 
cute, Somer- 
set; born 24 
Feb. 1751 j 
died 23 Sep- 
tember, bur. at 
Puddimore 26 
Sept. 1775. 1st 
wife. 



Salter of Puddimore and Betty his wife), born 21 December 
1747 5 died 8 August 1785, bur. at Puddimore 11 August 
following. 




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Signature dated Puddimore, 9 December 1777. 



Elizabeth, 
born 15 
September 
1775; died 
21 Jane, 
bur. at Pud- 
dimore 29 
June 1780. 



Samuel Isaac and 
Martha his wife of 
Montacute; born 11 
April 1758; marr. 
2ndly, at Yeovil 
Meeting House, 5 
Sept 1787, Tho- 
mas Churchus of 
Yatton, Somerset 
(son of Robert 
Churchus of Yatton 
and Mary his wife)) 
he died 3 Feb., bur. 
at Claverham 1 1 
Feb. 18075 she died 
io Nov., aged $6, 
bur. at Claverham 
12 Nov. 1794. 



Samuel Salter of=f Hannah, dau. of Richard James Salter of=pLove, dau. of Thomas 



Odcomb, co. 
Somerset, born 
at Puddimore 5 
died 18 Novem- 
ber, bur. at 
Poole in the 
Quakers' Burial 
Ground 26 No- 
vember 1845. 



Paull of Poole and Mary 
his wife; born 18 June 
1780 ; marr. at Poole in 
the Quakers' Meeting 
House 28 June 1809; 
died 9 March, bur. at 
Poole in the Quakers' 
Burial Ground 15 March 
1843. 



Marianna, born at Thorn, co. 
Somerset, 13 Feb. 181 1; marr. 
at St. James's Church, Poole, 2 
Dec. 1835, James Ainsworth 
of Tomson, co. Dorset; she 
died 6* Dec., bur. at Bloxworth, 
00. Dorset, 12 Dec. 1866. 

Laura Emma, born at Thorn 12 
July 18 145 marr. at Poole 3 
Sept. 1836, Stephenson Paull of 
Camberwell, co. Surrey (son of 
William Paull and Rebecca his 
wife of Melksham, co. Wilts) ; 
he died at Poole and was bur. 
there. 



George Paull Salter, 
born at Longfleet 
near Poole, 22 No- 
vember 18155 died 
in infancy. 

Charlotte Augusta, 
born at Poole 12 
Sept 1820 j ^ died 
unmarr., bur. in the 
Quakers' Burial 
Ground, Poole, 14 
October 1885. 



Poole and Brid- 
port, born at 
Puddimore ; 
died 9 May, 
bur. at Poole 
in the Quakers' 
Burial Ground 
16 May 1841. 



Thompson of Poole 
and Sarah his wife, dau. 
of Samuel Vallis ; born 
at Poole 23 Feb. 1780 ; 
marr. in the Quakers' 
Meeting House at Poole 
31 March 18 19 ; died 
28 Feb., bur. at Poole 
in the Quakers* Burial 
Ground 6 March 1842. 



Love Thompson, born 
at Poole 18 March 
1820 ; marr. at the 
Friends'MeetingHouse 
at Poole, 1 July 1846, 
Joseph Barrett of Cam- 
berwell, born 8 August 
1818; he died 29 May 
1 861, bur. at tbe 
Friends' Burial Ground, 
Peckham; she died 1 
December 1855, bur. 
at the Friends Burial 
Ground, Peckham. 



Edwin James 
Salter, born at 
Poole 17 Fe- 
bruary 1823 ; 
died 15 April, 
bur. at Poole 
21 April 1824. 



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Thomas Salter of Poole, co. Dorset, J.P. for that county ,- 
F.R.C.S., bom at Puddimore; died 20 February, aged 
70, bur. in the cemetery, Poole, 29 February 1856. Will 
dated 2 July 1839. Adm'on (with will) 9 June 1856 
to Thomas Bell Salter, M.D., Henry Hyde Salter, 
M.D., and Samuel James Augustus Salter, M.B., the 
sons. (P.C.C. 1856, fo. 503.) 




Signature to deed dated 8 February 1849. 



Eliza, dau. of Thomas Bell of Poole, 
co. Dorset; born there 24 January 
j 7 88 j marr. by licence at St James's, 
Poole, 21 January 1812 ; died at Bov- 
ingdon, co. Herts, 15 October, aged 
90, bur. at Longfleet, Poole, 21 Octo- 
ber 1879. 



Emily Susanna, born at Poole 1 
December 181 2 j marr. at St. 
James's, Poole, 19 October 1833, 
Henry Brodribb of Salisbury, born 
at Warminster 17 August 1809; 
he died 3 October, bur. at Liver, 
pool 8 October 1864. 



Thomas Bell Salter, M.D., of Ryde, Isle=rMary Anne, dau. 



of Wight, born at Poole 5 May 18 14; 
died at Southampton 30 September, aged 
44, bur. in the cemetery, Poole, 7 Octo- 
ber 1858. Adm'on, dated 12 January 
1859, granted to Samuel J*n*es Au- 
gustus Salter, the brother. (Winchester 
Registry.) 



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of John Clark of 
Bilboa, Spain, 
H.B.M. Consul ; 
marr. at All 
Saints', South- 
ampton, 8 Fe- 
bruary 1858. 



Rev. Thomas Morgan Bell Salter of Lincoln 
Oxford, matriculated 15 October 1878, aged 19, 
B.A. 1881, M.A. 1885, vicar °* Reet » co- Dorset, 
born at Southampton 19 January, bapt. at All Saints' 
there 18 February 1859. 



iana Mary, younger dau. of Tho- 



mas Ward of Southampton 5 born there 
27 July, bapt. at All Saints', Southamp- 
ton, 2 October 1861 $ marr. there 16 
April 1882. 



Anita Georgians Bell, 
born at Weymouth 
16 March, bapt. at St 
John's there 16 April 

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Magdalene Julia Bell, 
born at Weymouth 
19 April, bapt at St 
John s there 8 May 
1885. 



Basil Owen Bell Salter, 
born at Wyke Regis 
Rectory 28 March, bapt. 
at All Saints', Wyke 
Regis, 24 May 1888. 

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Vera Phoebe Bell, born 
at Wyke Regis Rec- 
tory 20 Nov., bapt. at 
All Saints', Wyke 
Regis, 16 Dec. 1891. 



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Caroline Eliza, bom 
at Poole ii Octo- 
ber 1815. 

Eliza Bell, born at 
Poole 12 February 
1819. 

Anne Isabella Tur- 
nour, born at Poole 
9 September 1821. 



Henry Hyde Salter, B.A., M.D., F.R.C.P., Fellow: 
of King's College, London, Senior Physician to 
Charing Cross Hospital, born at Poole 2 November 
1823 ; died in London 30 Angust, aged 47, bur. in 
the cemetery, Poole, 5 Sept. 1871. Will dated 28 
June 1871, proved 10 Oct. 1871 by Samuel James 
Augustus Salter, the brother and one of the Ex'ors, 
power reserved, etc., to Henrietta Laura Salter and 
Frederick George Davidson, the other Ex'ors. 
(Principal Registry, fo. 687.) 




Signature dated 4 March 1855. 



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Henrietta Laura, dau. 
of Rev. Edward Pow- 
lett Blunt, M.A. of 
Corpus Christi Coll., 
Oxford, Rector of 
Spettisbury, Dorset $ 
born at Wardington, 
bapt. at Culworth ; 
marr. at Lytchett 
Maltravers, co. Dorset, 
1 January 1859. 



bur Clavell 
Salter, B. A., LL.B. 
London, and of the 
Middle Temple, 
Barrister-at- Law 
26 January 1885, 
born 30 Oct., bapt. 
at St. George's, 
Bloomsbury, 12 
December 1859. 



Katharine Hyde, born 13 August, bapt. 
at St. George's, Bloomsbury (date of 
month not given in Register) October 
1 861 ; marr. at Christ Church, Mary- 
lebone, 6 March 1893, Hugh Clarence 
Bourne (2nd son of Alfred Bourne of 
London) of Balliol Coll., Oxford, matri- 
culated 17 October 1877, aged 19, B. A. 
1881, M.A. 1884, and of the Inner 
Temple 25 June 1884, Barrister-at- Law, 

P., Registrar of Titles, Trinidad ; 

irn in August 1858. 



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Rev. Herbert Edward Salter, New 
College, Oxford, matriculated 14 
October 1882, aged 19, Scholar 
1882, B.A. 1886, M.A. 1889, Vicar 
of Mattingley, co. Hants 5 born 6 
Feb., bapt. at St. George's, Blooms- 
bury, 11 March 1863; marr. at 
Sandhurst 11 July 1893, Beatrice 
Eva, elder dau. of Rev. James 
Ruddach of Blandford, co. Dorset) 
born 25 January 1865. 



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Samuel James Augustus=Fanny, dau. of Edward Haycock, 
Salter of Basingfield, 00. T.P., of The Priory, Shrewsbury; 

born there 9 November, bapt. at St 
Chads, Shrewsbury, 7 December 
1842 ; marr. at St. Stephen's, West- 
bourne Park, 7 October 1874. 



Hants, F.R.S., Fellow of 
King's College, London; 
born at Poole 10 August 
1825. 



John Morgan Salter, B.A., 
I.R.C.S., Surgeon to If .M.S. 
"Prince," born 10 January 
1832 5 drowned at Balaclava 
14 November 1854, aged 22 
years. M.I. at Poole. 



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Mark Hildesley Quayle of Crogga, Isle=f Mary, dan. of Senhouse 
of Man, Clerk of the Rolls (son of John Wilson of Farm Hill, 
Quayle of Clychur and of ^Bridge House, | Braddan, and Margaret 



Castletown, Clerk of the Rolls, by Mar- 
garet his wife, dau. of Sir George Moore 
of Ballamore, near Peel, Isle of Man) ; 
born 30 June and privately bapt. 13 July 
1770; received into the Church 19 Sep- 
tember 1770; died 21 May, bur. at Malew 
24 May 1804. Adm'on granted 19 July 
1804 to Mary Quayle his widow, during 
minority of their son Mark Hildesley 
Quavle. 



Fleming (of the family 
of Rydal Hall, co. West- 
moreland) his wife; born 
at Douglas 17, and bapt. 
at St Matthew's there 
26 December 1775 ; 
marr. at Braddan 1 Au- 
gust 1803 ; died 19 De- 
cember, bur. at Braddan 
26 December 1833. 



Arms on record in the College 
of Arms.— Argent, on a chev- 
ron sable gutt* d'eau between 
three quails proper, in the centre 
chief point a pellet, two swords 
points apwards of the 6rst. 

Crest. — Upon a mount vert, 
a quail as in the arms between 
two bulrushes proper. 



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Mark Hildesley Quayle of Crogga and of Bridge' 
House, Castletown, Advocate; J.P. for Isle of 
Man, Member of the House of Keys 1842—47 5 
Clerk of the Rolls 1847 — 79 5 twice Deputy- 
Governor of the Island ; Chairmau of Magistrates 
for the Island 5 born 4, and privately bapt 16 
July 1804, received into the Church at St 
Georges, Douglas, 29th of same month j died 
19 and bur. at Malew 24 March 1879. M.I. 
there and in the Government Chapel of St. 
Mary's, Castletown. Will dated 14 February 
1868, with codicils 13 September 1872 and 31 
January 1878, proved at a Special Ecclesiastical 
Court in Douglas, Isle of Man, 8 April 1879, 
proved in London 20 October 1879. 



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Mary Jane Hamilton, eldest dau. of James 
Spedding, J.P. and D.L., of Summer Grove, 
Cumberland, Major in the Militia, late Cap- 
tain Grenadier Guards, and Mary his wife, 
dau. of Lawson Dykes Ballantine of Crook- 
dake Hall, co. Cumberland ; born 14 Septem- 
ber 1809, bapt. at Holy Trinity Church, 
Whitehaven, co. Cumberland, 2 November 
1 81 1; marr. at Hensingham Church, co. 
Cumberland, 22 August 1837 5 died aa J u ^ 
bur. at Malew 26 July 1892. Will dated 20 
December 1890, proved 28 July 1892. 




Jonas Lindow Burns Lindow (formerly Jonas Lindow Burns) of Irton=f=Marv, born 11 and pri- 



Hall, parish of Irton, co. Cumberland, J.P. and D.L., and in 1877 High 
Sheriff of said county, only surviving son and heir of Isaac Burns of 
Ingwell, co. Cumberland; born 29 April 1837, bapt. privately same 
day, and registered at Holy Trinity Church, Whitehaven; by Royal 
Licence dated 18 March 1871 he and his issue were authorised to 
assume the additional surname and arms of Lindow $ died 30 March, 
bur. at St. Paul's, Irton, 4 April 1893. 4s 

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vately bapt 15 June, and 
received into the Church 
at St. George's, Doug- 
las, 9 July 1838 ; marr. 
at St. Mary's, Castle- 
town, 11 July 1857. 



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Sarah Katha- 
rine, born 22 
Tune and 
bapt. at St. 
George's, 
Douglas, a i 
July 1839. 



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John Quayle of= 
Crogga, J.P. for 
Isle of Man, a 
Member of the 
House of Keys, 
eldest son and heir, 
born 9 Sept. and 
bapt. at St. Mary's 
Ch., Castletown, 
12 October 1840. 



:£mily Catharine, eldest dau. of 
Edward Moore Gawne of Kent- 
raugh, Speaker of the House 
of Keys, and of Emily Maria 
Murray his wife, dau. of Col. 
Murray, and great-granddau. 
of the Duke of Athole ; born 
27 June 1 841 j marr. at Kirk 
Christ, Rushen, Isle of Man, 
25 August 1864. 



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Mark Hildesley Quayle of 
Arlington Street, Piccadilly, 
co. Middx., and of Talbot 
House, Arundel Street, Lon- 
don, M.A. of St. John's Col- 
lege, Cambridge, Solicitor, 
Commissioner to administer 
Oaths for the Isle of Man, 
born 7 May, bapt. at St 
Mary's, Castletown, 6 June 
1842. 



Louisa Mary, dau. of James= 
Usher of Edinburgh ; born 4 
December 1847 > marr. at 
Ambleside, co. Westmore- 
land, 2 September 1869 5 died 
20 September, bur. at Ken- 
sal Green Cemetery, co. Mid- 
dlesex, 25. September 1877. 
1st wife. 



: James Spedding Quayle,= 
Captain R.A., 3rd son, 
born 30 November, 
bapt. at St Mary's, 
Castletown, 27 Decem- 
ber 1843 5 died s.p. 2 
September, bur. at Ken- 
sal Green 6 September 
1882. 



=Mary Agnes, da. 
of James Lori- 
mer, and widow 
of William Out- 
ram 5 marr. at 
St. James's, Pic- 
cadilly, 19 Fe- 
bruary 1879. 
2nd wife. 



George Harrington 
Quayle of Bridge 
House, Advocate of 
the Isle of Man, 
Member of the 
House of Keys, born 
30 June and bapt 
at St. Mary's, Castle- 
town, 23 July 1845. 



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William Quayle of Bridge 
House, of Balliol College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 18 October 
1871, aged 19, B.A. 1876, a 
Student of the Inner Temple 
1876, born 5 July, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Castletown, 1 August 
1852 5 died unmarr. 3 March, 
bur. at Malew 7 March 1890. 



Rev. Daniel Fleming Wilson 
Quayle of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 12 Jane 
1867, aged 19, B.A. 1871, 
M.A. 1876, Rector of Trim- 
ley St. Martin, co. Suffolk, 
born 5 Dec. 1847, t»pt. at St. 
Mary's, Castletown, 4 Jan. 
1848. 



Emily, born 19 
September and 
bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Castle- 
town, 1 8 October 
1849. 



Edith, born 7 
August and 
bapt. at St 
Mary's,Castle* 
town, 6 Sep- 
tember 1854. 



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i4rm*.— Axure, a areolar wreath argent and sable with four hawks 4 bells in quadrature or. 
Crest, — A falcon's leg erased at the thigh proper, belled or. 
Motto. — Fairs mon devoir. 



John Josselyn (eldest son of John Josselyn of Belstead, after- 
wards of Copdock, co. Suffolk, by Sarah his wife, dau. and 
heir of Simon Sparrow of Ipswich), born at Belstead 16 June, 
bapt there 3 July 1769; purchased a mansion and small 
estate at Sproughton, co. Suffolk, and settled there in 1810$ 
died at Sproughton 6 May, aged 72, bur. there 12 May 184a, 
M.I. Memorial tablet to himself and his wife in Sproughton 
Church. Will dated 29 October 1841, proved at London 16 
June 184a by brother James, and sons John and George. 



^Charlotte Augusta, 3rd dau. of 
Capt. John Parker Forth, R.N., 
by Mary Ann, and dau. of Samuel 
Barnesly of H.M. Treasury ; born 
23 August 1770 ; marr. at St 
Mary Quay, Ipswich, a8 February 
1797 ; died at Sproughton 31 Au- 
gust, bur. there 6 September 1841. 



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Augusta, born 
at Belstead 11 
August 1 80 1, 
bapt. there 
same day; died 
there i\ Sep- 
tember, bur. at 
Sproughton 19 
September 
1815. M.I. 



Jobn Josselyn of Sprough-= 
ton, born at Belstead 26 
Dec., bapt. there %*j Dec. 
180a 5 died at Sproughton, 
s.p., aa Tune, aged 66, bur. 
there aO June 1869. M.I. 
Will dated 18 April 1865, 
proved at London 39 July 
1869 by brother George, 
sole Executor. Memorial 
window in Sproughton Ch. 



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= Emily, Charlotte, Charlotte Matilda, born 
younger born at at Belstead 17 May, bapt. 
dau. ofWil- Belstead there 18 May 1805; 
liam God- 13 Febru- marr. at Sproughton, 6 
freyof Ken- ary, bapt October i8a9, the Rev. 
nett Hall, co. there 14 Edmund Salter Whit- 
Cambridge ; February bread, M. A., J.P., fifty- 
marr.atKen- 1804$ died seven years Rector of 
nett 7 July there a8 Strumpshaw and Bray- 
183 1; died July fol- deston, co. Norfolk; he 
at Sprough- lowing, died there 5 November, 
ton a 1 July, bur. there aged 86, bur. in the 
aged 59, bur. 31 July churchyard there 10 No- 
there 27 July 1804. vember 1890. M.I. 
1864. M.I. =f= 



Thomas William= 
Salmon of Diss, 
co. Norfolk, Soli- 
citor (elder son of 
the Rev. Thomas 
William Salmon, 
formerly Rector 
of Woodbridge, 
co. Suffolk, after- 
wards Perpetual 
Curate of Hopton, 
co. Suffolk), born 
a i August 1830 ; 
died at Diss 16 
March, bur. at 
Bradwell, co. Suf- 
folk, ao March 
1886. 



: Elizabeth, born 
11 Oct., bapt 
at St. Mary 
Quay, Ipswich, 
ia Oct. 1833; 
marr. at St 
Mary at the 
Tower, Ips- 
wich, 17 Au- 
gust 1859. 



John Henry Josselyn of Ips- 
wich, born 17 December, bapt. 
at St. Mary Quay, Ipswich, 
a8 December 1834; educated 
at Queen Elizabeth's School, 
Ipswich, and at Charterhouse ; 
Solicitor ; an Alderman ano> 
J.P. for Ipswich; Mayor of 
that town 1888-9; Lieut-Col. 
and Hon. Col. V.D. 1st V.B. 
Suffolk Regiment 

George Josselyn, born ao Sep- 
tember, bapt. at St. Mary 
Quay, Ipswich, 1 October 
1837 > died 31 August, bur. at 
Sproughton 5 September 1845. 



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Mary Anne, born 13 May, 
bapt. at St. Mary Quay, 
Ipswich, a 1 May 1836. 

Rose, born ia February, 
bapt at St Mary Tower, 
Ipswich, 14 February 1839. 

Catherine Emily, born 11 
July, bapt at St. Mary 
Tower, Ipswich, a$ Au- 
gust 1840; died at Ips- 
wich 16 August, bur. at 
Sproughton 19 August 
1889. M.I. 



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George Josselyn of Sproughton/ 
born at Belstead i January, 
bapt. there a January 1807 ; 
for upwards of fifty years a 
Solicitor at Ipswich; for many 
years an Alderman, and three 
times Mayor of that Borough 5 
succeeded to his father's estate 
at Sproughton under will of his 
elder brother, John Josselyn, in 
1869; died at Sproughton a 7 
May, aged 81 years, bur. there 
31 May 1888. M.I. Memorial 
tablet to himself and his wife in 
Sproughton Church. Will dated 
1 1 June 1886, proved at Ipswich 
3 July 1888 by sons Frederic 
and George Francis. 





"Elizabeth, only dan. of 
Capt. Scarlet Browne 
Befl, H.E.I.C.S., by 
Frances his wife, dau. 
of Francis Brodie, Bar- 
rister-at-Law; born in 
India 31 May 1806; 
marr. at St. Nicholas 
Chapel, Lynn, co. Nor- 
folk, 9 February 1 83 1 5 
died at Sproughton 14 
December, aged 75 
years, bur. there 19 
December 1881. M.I. 



Mary Sarah, born 
at Belstead, a Fe- 
bruary, bapt there 
3 February 1808 ; 
died at Ipswich 
13 May, bur. at 
Sproughton 16 
May 1890. M.I. 

Emma, born at 
Belstead 13 July, 
bapt. there 15 July 
1 810 5 died at Ips- 
wich 10 Dec., 
bur. at Sprough- 
ton 16 Dec. 1842. 
M.I. 



Rosetta, bora at 
Sproughton 8 
February, bapt. 
there 9 February 
1814; marr. there, 
3 August 1844, 
the Rev. William 
Wallace, thirty 
years Rector of 
Thorpe Abbotts, 
co. Norfolk; he 
died there 6 De- 
cember, aged 59, 
bur. there 1 a De- 
cember 1868. 



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Frederic Josselyn of 74 Redcliffe=p Mary 
Gardens, South Kensington, born 19 
August 184a, bapt at St. Mary 
Tower, Ipswich, the same day ; edu- 
cated at Queen Elizabeth's School, 
Ipswich, and at Rugby ; Lieut-Col. 
and Hon. Col. V.D. 1st Middlesex 
Engineer Volunteers; marr. andly 
at All Souls', Langham Place, Lon- 
don, 14 November 1889, Frances 
Harriett, 3rd dau. of Alexander 
Henry Bartlet, formerly of Ipswich, 
M.D. 



Elizabeth, eldest 
dau. of the Rev. Henry 
Lloyd Oswell, by his 
1st wife; marr. at St 
George's, Shrewsbury, 
a 1 October 18685 died 
26 October, bur. at 
Sproughton 30 Octo- 
ber 1884. M.I. 



James Edward Josselyn, born 6 
uly, bapt at St. Mary Tower, 
Ipswich, 17 July 1844; educated 
at Queen Elizabeth's School, Ips- 
wich, and privately; Lieut-Col. 
Royal Artillery. 

George Francis Josselyn of Ips- 
wich, born 17 March 1845 ; bapt. 
at St. Mary Tower, Ipswich, 8 
May 1846; educated at Queen 
Elizabeth's School, Ipswich, and at 
Tunbridge; Solicitor. 



George Henry Josse- 
lyn, born a 5 August, 
bapt at St. Mary's, 
West Brompton, 19 
September 1869. 

Frederic Oswell Jos- 
selyn, born 6 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at St Mary's, 
West Brompton, a 
October 1870. 



John Josselyn, born 
a8 October, bapt at 
St. Mary's, West 
Brompton, 30 No- 
vember 187 a. 

Margaret Elizabeth, 
born 29 March, 
bapt at St. Mary's, 
West Brompton, ao 
April 1875. 



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mr Murray Josselyn, born 
a7 October, bapt at St. Mary's, 
West Brompton, 3 December 
1876. 

Edward Josselyn, born 8 Oc- 
tober, bapt. at St Mary's, 
West Brompton, aa Nov. 1877. 

Ernest William Josselyn, born 
30 November 1878, bapt at 
St. Mary's, West Brompton, 
17 January 1879. 



Constance Grace, 
born 6 February, 
baptat St Mary's, 
West Brompton, 
16 February 1 88a; 
died in childhood. 

Mary, bapt at 
St. Mary's, West 
Brompton, x No- 
vember 1884; died 
in childhood. 



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i4rm*.—- Gules, a bend raguly argent. 

Crest.— A demi-lizard's heaa rampant azure, armed and langned gales, b et wee n two 

eagle's wings expanded or. 
JMfe.— Soli Deo gloria. 



Charles Penruddocke of Burcot, co. Somerset (2nd son 
Charles Penruddocke of Compton Chamberlayne, M.P. co. 
Wilts, died 30 October 1788, by Anne Henrietta his wife, dau. 
of Wadham Wyndham of Fyfield, co. Wilts) ; of Wadham 
College, Oxford, matriculated 18 March 1796, aged 22$ born 
17 June 1773, and bapt at Compton Chamberlayne the same 
day ; died 6 November, bur. at Milston, co. Wilts, 1 1 Novem- 
ber 1799, aged 25. Will dated 11 December 1799, proved 
14 May 1800. 



of=T=Martha, only dau. of John 
Band of Wookey House, co. 
Somerset; received into the 
Church at Wookey 22 October 
1778; marr. at Wookey 30 
September J 797 (marr. settle- 
ment dated 15 August 1793); 
died at 16 Great Ormond Street, 
London, 3 March, bur. at Mil- 
ston, near Amesbury, co. Wilts, 
11 March 1823, aged 43. 
Adm'on by her son Charles 
Penruddocke 24 May 1823. 



Charles Penruddocke of Bath, Barns-: 
ter-at-Law, born at Burcot 21 Janu- 
ary, bapt. privately there 22 January 
and publicly at Milton, co. Wilts, 
21 May 1799 ; died twelve o'clock 
Sunday night, 15 December, bur. at 
Bathwick Cemetery, Bath, 21 Decem- 
ber 1839. Adm'on by his widow 
20 February 1840. Tablet in St. 
Mary's Church, Bathwick. 



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= Juliana Lsetitia, eldest dau. of Capt. Thomas Penruddocke 
of Winkton, Ringwood, co. Hants, 3rd Foot Scots Fusilier 
Guards, by Juliana, dau. of George Lowther of Kilrue, co. 
Meath; born t$ August 1808, bapt. at Milton 15 June 
18095 marr. at St James's Church, Bath, by the Rev. 
Chambre Brabazon Ponsonby Lowther, Rector of Orcheston 
St. George, co. Wilts, and maternal uncle to the bride, 
15 February 1827 ; died 6 February, bur. at Milton 
Lilborne, Tuesday, 11 February 1890. Memorial Tablet 
in St Mary's Church, Bathwick. 



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Charles Penruddocke of Compton Park, Fyfield, and Baver-= 
stocke, co. Wilts, and Brattoa St. Maur, co. . Somerset, 
educated at Eton, of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 20 
October 1847, aged 19, of Inner Temple 1853, Barrister-at- 
Law, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1861, Major Commandant 
14th Wilts Rifle Volunteers, Captain Royal Wilts Yeomanry 
Cavalry, born at 1 Sion Place, Bathwick, Bath, on Tuesday, 
30 September, at a quarter past five a.m., bapt at St Marys, 
Bathwick, 1 October 1828. 



: Flora Henrietta, 2nd dau. of 
Walter Long, M.P., of Rood Ash- 
ton, co. Wilts, and Dolforgan, 
co. Montgomery; born 12 Octo- 
ber, bapt at Steeple Ashton, co. 
Wilts, 13 November 1827 ; marr. 
at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, 26 April 1853. 



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Rev. John Hungerford Penraddocke, M.A., : 
late Scholar of Clare Coll., Cambridge, Per- 
petnal Curate of Berwick Bassett, Swindon, 
late Vicar of South Newton, Salisbury, now, 
1894, Rector of Baverstocke, Salisbury, born 
23 October 1829, bapt. at St. Mary's Church, 
Bathwick, Bath, 22 January 1830. 



: £mma, 3rd dau. of John 
Powys of Westwood 
House, Leek, co. Staf- 
ford ; born 1 1 January, 
bapt. at the Mumbles, 
South Wales, 11 April 
1834; marr. at Lilling- 
ton, Leamington, co. 
Warwick, 14 Jan. 1858. 



Ponsonby Penruddocke, 
born 3 March 1831, bapt 
at Bath the same day; 
died at Fyfield, near 
Pewsey, co. Wilts, 29 
August, bur. at Bathwick 
Cemetery 4 September 
1852, aged 21. 



John Powys Penruddocke, 
eldest son, born at South 
Newton 6 Sept., bapt. 
there 20 October 1861, of 
Charsley Hall, Oxford, 
matriculated 18 April 1882, 
aged 20, migrated to Wor- 
cester College, B.A. 1889, 
M.A. 1892. 

Edward Wyndham Pen- 
ruddocke, born at South 
Newton 19 Nov. 1863, 
bapt. there 17 Jan. 1864, 
M.A. of Clare Coll., Cam- 
bridge (Math. Tripos). 



Henry Beresf ord Pen- 
ruddocke, born at 
South Newton 26 
June, bapt. there 10 
September 1865. 

William Feilding Pen- 
ruddocke of Keble 
College, Oxford, born 
at South Newton 
Vicarage 8 October, 
bapt. there 30 Decem- 
ber 1 866, matriculated 
1 2 October 1 886, aged 
20, B.A. 1889. 



George Hungerford 
Penruddocke, born at 
South Newton Vicar- 
age, bapt there 2£ 
January 1870, matri- 
culated at*Selwyn Col- 
lege, Cambridge, Oc- 
tober 1892. 

Arthur Lowther Pen- 
ruddocke, born at 
South Newton Vicar- 
age 20 December 
1872, bapt. there 2 
March 1873. 



Katharine Laetitia, 
born at South New- 
ton Vicarage 2 Jan., 
bapt. there 5 Feb. 
i860; marr. at St. 
Andrew's Church, 
South Newton, 23 
August 1883, Ed- 
mond Maurice S. 
de Beauregard, 2nd 
son of Count Saut- 
ter de Beauregard ; 
he died at Beaure- 
gard, Geneva, 22 
July 1887.=!= 



Charles Penruddocke, born at 26 Upper=pAnnie Elizabeth Dickenson 



Grosyenor Street, Park Lane, London, 26 
September, and privately bapt. by Rev. 
John Ravenshaw Wood, Vicar of Comp- 
ton Chamberlayne, co. Wilts, 30 Sep- 
tember 1858, and publicly received into 
the Church at Corapton Chamberlayne 
15 May. 1859 



Marie Carew Brampford, 
eldest dau. of Rev. William 
Speke of Sheldon Court, co. 
Devon 5 born 3 November, 
bapt. at Skenfrith 25 Decem- 
ber 1862; marr. at Exeter 
Cathedral 30 April 1890. 



Flora Mary Elizabeth, born at Bratton St 
Maur,co. Somerset, 27 February, at 6.30 a.m., 
bapt privately at the Mansion, Bratton St 
Maur, 13 March 1891, by Rev. Robert Wilkes 
Gosse, Rector of Parish, publicly received into 
the Church at Compton Chamberlayne, co. 
, Wilts, 5 July 1 89 1, by Rev. Dudley Digges, 
Vicar. 



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Agnes Flora, born 13 
February, bapt. at St 
George's, Hanover Sq., 
London, 6 April 1854 ; 
marr. at Compton Cham- 
berlayne, 2 June 1880, 
Reginald GambierLong, 
2nd son of Walter Jervis 
Long of Preshaw, co. 
Southampton 5 born 21 
October 1851. 



Charles Penruddocke, born at 4 Stoneleigh Villas, 
Pulteney Road, Bathwick, Bath, 16 Jan., at 1.30 
p.m., bapt privately at the same address, 24 Janu- 
ary, by Rev. George Tugwell, Rector of St. 
Mary's, Bathwick, and publicly received into the 
Church at Compton Chamberlayne, 9 July 1893, 
by Rev. Dudley Digges, Vicar. 



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Rev. Thomas Arundell Penrud- 
docke, B.A., of Clare College, 
Cambridge, Curate in sole 
charge of Everleigh, co. Wilts, 
born 13 February, bapt. privately 
at Bath the same day, and 
publicly at St. Mary's, Bath- 
wick, 2 May 1832 ; died at 
Everleigh 21 February, bur. 
there 26 February 1876./ 



Juliana Georgiana, born 7 October 
1833, bapt. privately at Bath, and 
publicly at St Mary's, Bathwick, 
16 April 1834; died 9 December, 
bur. at Milton Lilborae, co. Wilts, 
1a December 1889. 

William Lowther Penruddocke, born 
18 November, bapt. at St Mary's, 
Bathwick, 21 Nov. 1834; died 39 
April, aged 5 months, bur. at Bath- 
wick Cemetery 5 May 1835. 



Anna Wyndham, born at 
Bath 1 a January, bapt 
privately, and publicly at 
St. Mary's, Bathwick, 7 
June 1836; marr. at Pew- 
sey, co. Wilts, a9 Septem- 
ber 1853, David Buchanan 
of Northfield House, Rug- 
by, born 16 January 1830. 



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Lstitia Grant, born at 1 1 Gros- 
venor Place, Bath, 30 March, 
bapt. privately at Bath and 
publicly at Walcot Church, 
Bath, 3 April 1837. 

Ellen Gunning, born 7 Sep- 
tember 1838; died 35 June, 
aged 9 months, bur. at Bath- 
wick Cemetery 1 July 1839. 



Charlesanna Posthuma,= 
born at it Grosvenor 
Place, Bath, 17 February, 
bapt. there privately 18 
March 1840 by the 
Rector of Walcot 5 marr. 
at Milton Lilborae 26 
September 1865. 



:Colonel William Graydon, on retired 
list Bengal Cavalry (son of the late 
Colonel George Graydon, K.H., Royal 
Engineers, and grandson of the late 
Robert Graydon, M.P. in the old Irish 
Parliament, residing in Kilachree, co. 
Kildare, Ireland), born 27 December 
i8ao, bapt. at Tarbert, co. Kerry, Ire- 
land. 



Lastitia Blanche, born 7 March, 
bapt. at Compton Chamber- 
layne 10 May 1855; marr. 
there, 10 Feb. 1880, John Stuart 
Lindsay Long, retired Com- 
mander R.N., eldest son of John 
Long of The Firs, Walberton, 
Sussex, by Georgina Frances 
his wife, sister of Sir Simeon 
Henry Stuart, 4th Bart $ born 
in 1847. 



Constance Hen- 
rietta Lowther, 
born 29 April, 
bapt at Compton 
Chamberlayne 
22 June 1856. 



Amy Elizabeth A'Court, 
born 4 August, bapt at 
Compton Chamberlayne 
30 Aug. 1857 5 marr. there, 
22 July 1879, Charles 
Garner Richardson of 7 
Inverness Gardens, Ken- 
sington, and Beechcroft, 
Englefield Green, born at 
Renans sur Roche, Laus- 
anne, Switzerland, 25 June, 
bapt in English Church, 
Lausanne, 26 July 1853. 



Sybil Katharine 
Long, bora 25 
November 1 862, 
bapt at Comp- 
ton Chamber- 
layne 18 Janu- 
ary 1863. 



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Arms on record at the College 
of Arms. — Quarterly: i and 4, 
Gules, a chevron engrailed between 
three boars' heads erased at the 
neck argent, Edwardbs ; a and 3, 
Azure, two chevronels engrailed or, 
between three bezants in chief and 
one in base, Hops. 

Crest. — A broken terrestrial globe 
between two palm branches, sur- 
mounted by a rainbow proper, and 
charged with three arrows, two in 
saltire and one in pale, or, Hope. 

Motto.— A fyno duw derfid (God's 
will be done), Hope- Edwardbs. 

Motto.— Yet I have hope, Hope. 



John Thomas Hope of Upper Sey- 
mour Street, in parish of St. Maryle- 
bone, and of Netley, in parish of 
Stapleton, co. Salop, born in Loth- 
bury, in the City of London, 28 Au- 
gust 1761, bapt. at St. Margaret's, 
Lothbury 5 died at Netley 13 March, 
bur. at Dorrington, co. Salop, 21 
March 1854. Will dated 20 Dec. 
1 85 1, with a codicil of same date, 
proved 28 April 1854 by James 
Loxdale, an Ex or, power reserved 
to John Loxdale the other Ex'or. 
(P.C.C., fo. 292, 1854.) 



: EUen Hester Mary, only 
child and heir of Sir Tho- 
mas Edwardes of Upper 
Seymour Street, parish 
of St. Marylebone, co. 
Middlesex, and of Netley 
and Greete, Bart, by 
Anne his wife, only dau. 
and heir of John Barrett 
of Ealing, co. Middle- 
sex; born in Cecil Street, 
Strand, 15 Feb. 1761 5 
marr. at St George's, 
Hanover Square, 3 April 
1794; died 4 June, aged 
76, bur. at Ealing, co. 
Middx., 10 June 1837. 
M.I. 



Thomas Henry Hope, afterwards Thomas Henry Hope-Edwardes 
Netley, J.P. and D.L. for county of Salop, eldest son and heir, born 13 
December 1794 at Southend, co. Essex, bapt. privately in Upper Sey- 
mour Street j High Sheriff for county of Salop in 18375 by Royal 
Licence, dated 7 November 1854, he and his issue were authorized to 
take the surname of Edwardes in addition to and after that of Hope, 
and bear the arms of Edwardes quarterly with those of Hope ; died at 
Netley 6 April, bur. at Dorrington 12 April 1871. Will dated 1 April 
1870, codicil 18 January 187 1, proved 30 June 1871 by Edward Cor- 
bett and Uvedafe Corbett, and Rev. St. Leger Frederick Hope-Ed- 
wardes, Clerk, and Leighton Hope-Edwardes the sons, Ex'ors. 
(Frinc. Reg., fo. 396, 1871.) 



of^ Louisa 




Charlotte, eldest 
dau. of Lieut-Colonel 
Francis Knyvett Leigh- 
ton of Shrewsbury and 
Bausley, co. Salop, by 
Louisa Ann his wife, 
dau. of St. Leger, 1st 
Viscount Doneraile ; 
born 14 September 1 807 ; 
marr. at St. Chad's 23 
April 1833. 



Henry Knyvett Ed- 
wardes Hope-Ed- 
wardes, born 31 
October, bapt at St 
Chad's 27 Novem- 
ber 1834; diedun- 
marr. ij Decem- 
ber, bur. at Dor- 
rington 22 Decem- 
ber 1854. 



William John Hope-Edwardes= 
of Netley, born 23 August 
1836, privately bapt. at Net- 
ley; died there s.p. 30 Septem- 
ber, bur. at Dorrington 4 Oc- 
tober 1867. Adnron to Tho- 
mas Henry Hope-Edwardes of 
Netley, guardian of Emily 
Hope-Edwardes, widow, relict 
of deceased, and a minor, j 
March 1868. (Shrewsbury 
District Registry.) 1st husb. 

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= Emily, dau. of Col. John : 
Ireland Blackbume,M.P H 
of Hale Hall, co. Lan- 
caster, Capt 5th Dragoon 
Guards; born 24 May, 
bapt. at Oakamoor, co. 
Stafford, 1 August 18405 
marr. ist,at St George s, 
Hanover Square, co. 
Middx., 23 July 1867 5 
marr. andly, 2 August 
1873. 



=Robert Crawfurd 
Antrobus, 3rd 
son of Sir Ed- 
mund Antrobus, 
2nd Baronet,* by 
Anne his wife, 
only dau. of Hon. 
Hugh Lindsay 5 
born 21 March 
1830. 2nd hus- 
band. 



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Rev. Frederick William Hope of Upper Seymour Street, 
Portman Square, some time of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 17 October 18 16, aged 19, B.A. 1820, M.A. 
1823, and Hon. D.C.L. 20 June i8£$, F.R.S., F.L.S., 
F.Z.S., President of the Entomological Society 1835, 
2nd son, born in Upper Seymour Street 3 January 1797 5 
marr. at St. Marylebone, 6 June 1835, Ellen, youngest 
dau. and coheir of George Meredith of Nottingham Place, 
St. Marylebone, co. Middx., and of Borrington Court, 
co. Worcester; born November 1801 j she died Novem- 
ber, bur. at Dorrington 4 December 1879 ; he died s.p. 
in Upper Seymour Street 15 April, aged 6$, bur. at Dor- 
rington, co. Salop, 24 April 1862. Will dated 28 No- 
vember i860, proved 21 May 1862 by relict and Ex'trix. 
(Princ. Reg., to. 281, 1862.) Her will dated 24 March 
1877, proved 20 Dec. 1879 by Charles Cecil Trevor, power 
reserved, etc., to Georgiana Esther Higgins (wife of Rev. 
Edward Higgins) the sister and other Ex'or. (Princ. 
Reg., fo. 1001, 1879.) 

Charles Rowcrof t Hope, born and privately bapt. in Upper 
Seymour Street in 1798 5 bur. at Paddington, co, Middx., 
15 April 1798. 



MarypSi 



Louisa 

Anne, only dau, 
born 9 Nov. 
1801; marr. 1st, 
at St. Mary's, 
Biyanston Sq., 

19 June 1828; 
marr. andly, at 
Christ Church, 
Regent's Park, 

20 Feb. 1846, 
James Murray 
Martin, Major 
H.E.I.C. Ser- 
vice; he died 19 
April, bur. at 
Great Ness, co. 
Salop, 26 April 
1870 ; she died 
7 Sept. 1876, 
bur. at Frodes- 
ley. 



lir Henry Edwardes 
of Frodesley, co. Salop, 
and late of Ry ton, in 
parish of Condover, 
co. Salop, Bart, Cap- 
tain in the Shrop- 
shire Militia, born 8 
July, bapt. at Ford, 
co. Salop, 14 August 
1787; succeeded to 
the dignity of a Baro- 
net on the death of his 
father in 1816; died 
26 August, aged 54, 
bur. at Frodesley 1 
September 1 84 1. M.I. 
Adm'on to Dame 
Louisa Mary Anne 
Edwardes, the relict! 
21 January 1842. 
(P.C.C.) 



Ellen Char- 
lotte, born 
1 8 Septem- 
ber, private- 
ly bapt. at 
Stapleton 12 
Oct. 1837. 



Rev. St. Leger= 
Frederick Hope- 
Edwardes, M.A. 
(twin with Tho- 
mas Francis), 
Rectorof Greete, 
co. Salop, 3rd but 
eldest surviving 
son, born 4 Oct., 
privately bapt. at 
Stapleton 31 Oc- 
tober 1839. 



=Alice Mary, dau. of Rev. 
Joseph Christopher Brad- 
ney, M.A., Rectorof Greete, 
co. Salop, by Sarah Decima 
his wife, 7th dau. of the 
Rev. David Jones, Rector of 
Hope Bagot, co. Salop 5 
bom 16 July, bapt. at Greete 
21 Sept. 1862 -, marr. at St. 
Mary's, Bryanston Square, 
London, 17 Nov. 1886. 



Thomas Francis Hope (twin with 
St. Leger Frederick), born 4 Oc- 
tober, privately bapt. at Stapleton 
31 October 1839; died 16 Febru- 
ary, bur. at Stapleton, co. Salop, 
19 February 1842. 

Robert Michael Hope, born 29 
September 1841, privately bapt at 
Netley; died 22 December, bur. 
at Stapleton 24 December 1841. 



Rev. Leighton Hope-Edwardes of 
Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, 
afterwards in Holy Orders, some 
time Vicar of Ash, co. Salop, 6th 
son, born 12 February, bapt. at 
Parish Church, Leamington, 13 
March 1843; died April, bur. at 
Dorrington 20 April 1889. 

Louisa Clare, born 12 September 
1844, bapt at Seaforth, near 
Liverpool. 



Julia Caroline Hester, 
born 18 April, bapt. at 
Parish Church, Leam- 
ington, 13 May 1846. 

Herbert James Hope- 
Edwardes, Lieut-Col. 
60th King's Royal Rifle 
Corps, 7th but 3rd sur- 
viving son, born 26 Feb., 
bapt. at Parish Church, 
Leamington, 25 March 
1848. 



Anne Riversdale, born 29 May, 
bapt. at Berwick, Shrewsbury, 21 
June 1849. 

Clare Victoria, born 12 August, 
bapt. at Berwick 7 Sept. ilji; 
marr. at Dorrington, co. Salop, 21 
Oct 1875, Robert Hanson Cold- 
well, Major in the Army, of Kings- 
land Grove, Shrewsbury, born 28 
February 1827, and privately bapt 



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iff**.— -Sable, three pheons argent. 

0*tf.— A cubit arm proper, holding a bow or, stringed argent 

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Sir George Nicholls, K.C.B., created 185 1 (son of Solomon Nicholls and= 
Jane his wife, dan. of George Millett of Helston, 00. Cornwall) ; born at 
Lanarth, parish of St Keverne, co. Cornwall, 31 Dec. 1781, bapt. at St. 
Keverne 5 Feb. 1782 ; educated at the Parish School of St. Keverne and 
the Grammar School, Helston 5 entered the Hon. E.I.M. Service in 1796; 
Superintendent of the Birmingham Branch of the Bank of England 
1827 — 1834; Poor Law Commissioner 1827 — 1834; Secretary to the 
Poor Law Commission 1847 — 1851 $ died at 17 Hyde Park Street, W., 
24 March, aged 83, bur. at Willesden Cemetery 30 March 1865. M.I. 
Will dated 11 October 1858, with codicil 2 July 1862, proved in the 
Principal Registry (1865, fol. 335) by Rev. Henry George Nicholls 
the son, Georgiana Elizabeth Nicholls the dau., and William William- 
son Willink, the ex'ors. 





Signature and Seal of Sir George Nicholls, K.C.B. 



^Harriet, dau. of Brough 
Maltby of Shelton, co. 
Notts; born 10 April, 
bapt. at Shelton 14 
April 1786; man*, at 
Southwell Cathedral 6 
July 1813 ; died 14 
May, aged 83, bur. at 
Willesden 20 May 1869. 
M.I. 



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Georgiana Elizabeth of 3 Hyde 
Park Street, W., born at South- 
well, co. Notts, 23 June, bapt. 
there 25 June 1814. 

Charlotte, born at Farndon, co. 
Notts, 16 May, bapt. there 23 
May 1816; marr. at St. John's, 
Paddington, 2 November 1844, 
the Rev. William Frederick 
Wingfield, Vicar of Bleasdon, 
co. Lancaster ; she was bur. at 
Slindon, co. Sussex, 22 Novem- 
ber 1880. 

Emily, born at Farndon 28 Oc- 
tober, bapt. there 2 November 
1817 ; died 19 March, bur. at St. 
John's, Paddington, 26 March 
1835. 



Jane, born at=FRev. Peter Thomas=FAnne Louisa, youog- 



Southwell 20 
May, bapt. 
there 24 May 
1819 ; marr. 
at St. John's, 
Paddington, 
21 July 18465 
died at Wing 
8 January, 
bur. there 12 
Jan. 1856. 
1st wife. 

(See Grubbe 
Pedigree, VoL 
L, page 32.) 



Ouvry of East Acton, 00. 
Middx.,of Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge, B.A. 1834, 
M.A. 1837, J.P. for 
Bucks, Vicar of Wing, 
co. Bucks, 1850, re- 
signed 1 885, born 19 Oc- 
tober 18x1 $ died at East 
Acton 2 June, bur. at 
Wing5junei89i. Will 
dated 3 October 1888, 
proved 30 June 1891. 

(See Grubbe Pedigree, 
VoL /., page 3a.) 



est dau. of John Grubb 
of Horsendon, 00. 
Bucks j born at Hor- 
sendon 7 December 
1 83 1, bapt there 8 
January 1832 $ marr. 
at Speen, near New- 
bury, 26 Oct. 18585 
died at Wing 1 7 April, 
bur. there 22 April 
1884. 2nd wife. 

(See Grubbe Pedi* 
gree, Vol. L, page 
3».) 



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Mary Grace, born 
at Southwell 17 
July, bapt. there 
22 July 1820 J 
died 28 March, 
bur. at St. 
John's, Padding- 
ton,* April 1835. 



Harriet, born 
at Southwell 
21 Jan. 1823, 
bapt. there 
same day; died 
17 March, bur. 
at Southwell 1 8 
March 1823. 



Catharine Harriet, born : 
at Longford House, 
near Gloucester, 29 
Aug., bapt. at St Mary 
de Lode 28 Sept. 1824 ; 
marr. at St. John's, 
Paddington, 4 June 
1844; died at Huyton, 
near Liverpool, 15 July, 
bur. there 22 July 1 85 1 . 



William Williamson Willink (eldest 
son of Daniel Willink, Dutch Con- 
sul at Liverpool), Secretary of Public 
Works Loan Board 1855; one of 
the Commissioners for the relief of 
the West India Isles; died at 3 
Hyde Park Street 1 1 December, bur. 
at Huyton, near Liverpool, 15 De- 
cember 1883. 



Agnes Caroline, born at 
Holy Trinity Parsonage, 
Forest of Dean, co. 
Gloucester, 1 October, 
at 1*30 a.m., bapt. at 
Holy Trinity Church, 
Forest of Dean, 19 No- 
vember 1854; marr. at 
Christ Church, Worth- 
ing, co. Sussex, J 3 April 
1875, William Holland 
Ballet Fletcher, M.A., 
of St. John's College, 
Cambridge, born at Ber- 
stead Lodge, Bognor, co. 
Sussex. 



Emily Jane, born at Holy 
Trinity Parsonage, Forest of 
Dean, 11 January, in the 
early morning, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity Church, Forest of 
Dean, 10 February 18565 
marr. at Christ Church, 
Worthing, co. Sussex, 3 Au- 
gust 1880, Rev. William 
Grylls Watson of Keble Col- 
lege, Oxford, B.A. 1875, 
M.A. 1887, bora at Penrith, 
co. Cumberland, New South 
Wales, 20 August 1851 ; 
educated at Merchant Tay- 
lors' School. 



George Maltby Ni- 
cholls, born at Holy 
Trinity Parsonage, 
Forest of Dean, 13 
December 1857, at 

6 p.m., bapt. at 
Holy Trinity Ch., 
Forest of Dean, 10 
Jan. 1858; marr. at 
St. Matthew's Ch., 
Bayswater, W., 24 

iune 1879, Alice 
laude, youngest 
dau. of Thomas 
French Wallace of 

7 St. Petersburg 
Place, Bayswater. 



Harriet Marianne, 
born at Holy 
TrinityParsonage, 
Forest of Dean, 16 
Sept., at 6 p.m., 
bapt at Holy 
Trinity Church, 
Forest of Dean, 
30 October 1859 ; 
marr. at Christ 
Ch., Worthing, 10 
July 1883, Ernest 
Henry Blaker, 
born at Lewes, co. 
Sussex, 17 April 
1855; educated at 
Westminster. 



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Rev. Henry George Nicholls, educated at Rugby ,=f=Caroline Maria, dau. of Solomon Nicholls 
of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1845, M.A. 
1848, born at Southwell 10 January, bapt there 
14 Jan. 1822 3 Perpetual Curate of Holy Trinity, 



Forest of Dean, co. Gloucester, 1847 — 1&65 $ died 
at 26 Porchester Terrace, Hyde Park, W., 1 Janu- 
ary, aged 44, bur. at Willesden Cemetery 5 Janu- 
ary 1867. Will dated 5 January I&N56, proved in 
the Principal Registry 14 February 1867 by Caro- 
line Maria Nicholls the Ex'trix. 



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(only brother to Sir George Nicholls), born 
at Lanarth, in the parish of St. Keverne, co. 
Cornwall, 5 March 1786, of the Hon. E.I.C. 
Civil Service, Judge of a Court of Appeal 
and Circuit in the Madras Presidency, retired 
on the Annuitant Fund 18363 J. P. for 
Berks and Devon; resided at Culverlands, 
near Reading, co. Berks 3 marr. 1st, at the 
Parish Church of St. Marylebone, London, 
7 Feb. 1 816, Charlotte Cornish, youngest 
dau. of John Hector Cherry, formerly a 
Member of Council at Bombay ; she died in 
India 8 Feb. 1822; marr. andly, 3 March 
1823, Marianne, 3rd dau. of Thomas Audrew 
Minchin of the Grove, co. Hants ; he died at 
Ilfracombe, co. Devon, 22 August 1857. 
Caroline Maria was born 27 Dec. 1821, 
bapt. at St George's Church, Madras, 28 
Jan. 18223 marr. at St. George's Church, 
Tiverton, co. Devon, 17 August 1853. 



Charlotte Selina,born at Holy 
Trinity Parsonage, Forest of 
Dean, 28 August, in the 
afternoon, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity Church, Forest of 
Dean, 6 October 1861 5 marr. 
at St. John's Church, Cal- 
cutta, 3 October 1885, Frede- 
rick Doveton Maxwell, De- 
puty Commissioner, Burma, 
born at Guni, India, 19 April 
18623 educated at Rugby. 



Henry Millett=f=Lilian 
Nicholls, born 
at Holy Trinity 
Parsonage, 
Forest of Dean, 
7june,at3A.M., 
bapt. at Holy 
Trinity Church, 
Forest of Dean, 
19 July 18633 
Capt. 4th Bat- 
talion Cheshire 
Regt. (Militia). 



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Mair, 2nd dau. 
of Lieut. -Col. Thomas 
Faulconer Wisden, late 
of the 4th Batt. Royal 
Sussex Regt. (Militia), 
of the Warren, Broad- 
water, near Worthing, 
J.P. and D.L. for Sus- 
sex, by his 1 st wife, 
Caroline, and one of 
the coheirs of Colonel 
Philip Mair of Bognor, 
co. Sussex; born at 
Brighton, 18 Septem- 
ber 1862 3 marr. at the 
Parish Church, Broad- 
water, 17 July 1884. 



Frederick William Ni- 
cholls, born at Holy 
Trinity Parsonage, 
Forest of Dean, 7 
June, at 3-30 a.m., 
bapt. at Holy Trinity 
Church, Forest of 
Dean, 19 July 1863 3 
died t6 January, aged 
7 months, bur. at 
Holy Trinity Church, 
Forest of Dean, 20 
January 1864. 



Henry Lewin Faulconer Nicholls, 
born at Culverlands, Wickham, 
00. Hants, 12 September, at 9 p.m., 
bapt. at Shedneld Church, Drox- 
ford, co. Hants, 17 October 1885. 



Gwendolin Caroline, born at 
Culverlands 4 November, at 
11*50 p.m., bapt. at Shedneld 
Church 18 December 1887. 



Lilian Muriel, born at Cul- 
verlands 25 August, at 
xo'55 a.m., bapt at Shedfield 
Church 25 September 1893. 



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Crest.— -A talbof s head erased argent, eared gules. 



Samuel Jeaffreson (son of Samuel Jeaffreson of Brandeston, 5 
co. Suffolk, and Catherine Kemp his wife, and nephew of 
Christopher Jeaffreson of Dullingnam House, co. Cambridge, 
M.P. for Cambridge), born at The Fir Trees, Brandeston ; 
died 19 January, aged 30, bur. at Pettistree aa January 1790. 
M.I. 



: Ann, dau. of Joseph Bennington 
of Ufford, co. Suffolk; died at 
Wickham Market 11 April, aged 
70, bur. at Pettistree 18 April 
1831. M.I. 



Samuel Jeaffreson, eldest son, born at 
Pettistree, bapt. there %f September 17813 
marr. at Burgh, 16 July 181 a, Susan 
Spuriing of Burgh; died in 1845. He 
died s.p. 



Mary Ann, born at Pettistree ai April, bapt there 
a 7 April 1783; marr., as his and wife, Benjamin 
Brooke; she died s.p. at Framlingham 8 January, 
aged 83, bur. there ia January 1807. Will dated 5 
December 1866, proved at Ipswich 31 January 
1867. 



Caroline, died an 
infant, bur. at 
Framlingham. 

William Jeaffre- 
son of Bexley, co. 
Kent, M.R.C.S., 
born at Fram- 
lingham 9 Oct., 
bapt. there ia 
Oct.i8i8;diedat 
Bexley 30 Dec. 

1846, aged a8, 
bur. at Bexley 
Heath, a Jan. 

1847. MA 



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Caroline Ann, of 
Brighton, born at 
Framlingham 30 De- 
cember 1 8 19, bapt. 
there 1 Jan. i8ao. 

Emily, of Brighton, 
born at Framling- 
ham 5 Nov., bapt. 
there 9 Nov. i8ai. 

Alethea Mary, born 
at Framlingham 4 
April, bapt. there 9 
April 1833. 



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Anne, of Brighton, born 
at Framlingham 4 April 
1824, bapt. there a8 
April 1825. 

Mary, of Brighton, born 
at Framlingham ai 
April, bapt. there ai 
May 1837. 

Georgians, of Brighton, 
born at Framlingham 
28 Dec. i8a8, bapt. 
there %g January 1829; 
died at Brighton 1 
March 1880, bur. at 
Preston, near Brighton. 



Cordy=f Arabella Ellen, 
dau. of William 
Eccles,F.R.C.S„ 
of 59 Old Broad 
Street, London ; 
bom 34 Sept 
1839; marr. at 
St Sepulchre's, 
London, a Oct 
i860. 



John 

Jeaffreson, 
B.A. Oxon, 
Barrister-at- 
Law of Lin- 
coln's Inn, 
born at 
Framling- 
ham 14 
January, 
bapt. there 
4 March 
183 1. 



Caroline Ellen, born at 5 Heath- George Cordy Jeaffreson, Edward William Christopher 

cote Street, London, aj July, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., born qt Jeaffreson, born at Framling- 

bapt. at Framlingham 8 Septem- Framlingham 19 |une, bapt ham 16 March, bapt. there 

ber 1861. there 7 August 1668. a7 May 1870. 



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Emily, born at Pettis- 
tree 15 November, bapt. 
there 12 November 
1785; died unmarr. at 
Framlingham 19 Sep- 
tember, aged 8a, bur. 
there 22 September 
1866. 



William Jeaffreson of Framling-=T=Caroline, dau. of George and 



ham, F.R.C.S., born at Pettistree 4 
August, and bapt. there 7 August 
1790 5 died at Framlingham 8 No- 
vember, aged 75, bur. there 13 No- 
vember 1865. Tablet in chancel. 
Will dated 1 September i860, 
proved at Ipswich 20 February 1866. 



Anne Edwards of Framling- 
ham ; born at Framlingham 10 
Oct., bapt. there 25 Oct. 1795 ; 
marr. there 30 Oct. 1816$ died 
there 13 June, aged 67, bur. 
there 19 June 1863. Tablet in 
chancel. 

(See Edwards Pedigree, Vol. L x 
page 261.) 



Eliza, born at 
Framlingham 7 
January, bapt. 
there 13 Fe- 
bruary 1833; 
died unmarr. at 

Jerusalem 23 
fay, bur. there 
25 May 1890. 



George Edwards* 
Jeaffreson of 
Framlingham, 
M.R.C.S., born 
at Framlingham 
12 February, 
bapt. there 7 
April 1835. 



: Helen Ann, 2nd dau. of 
Edward Cavell of Bawd- 
sey Hall, ca Suffolk, and 
granddau. of Charles 
and Ann Baldry of 
Thorpe Hall, Hasketon, 
Suffolk 5 born at Bawd- 
sey 21 July, bapt. there 
18 Sept. 1846; marr. 
there 9 August 1867. 



Horace Jeaffreson of Wandsworth, 
M.D. (London University), born 
at Framlingham 8 August, bapt. 
there 24 September 1836 5 marr. 
at "the Parish Church, Barnes, 6 
June 1867, Helen Mary, dau. of 
Charles Squarey of Salisbury and 
Jane Eliza his wife j born at Salis- 
bury 29 September, bapt. at St. 
Edmund's, Salisbury, 14 Novem- 
ber 1839. 



Helen Ann, born at 
Framlingham 22 April,* 
bapt. 26 April, died same 
day, bur. there 28 April 
1871. 



Horace Cavell Jeafire- 
son, bom at Framling- 
ham 22 March, bapt. 
there 4 October 1872. 



Dora, born at Fram- 
lingham 4 April, 
bapt. there 12 Octo- 
ber 1873. 



Hilda, born at Fram- 
lingham 1 7 October 
1876, bapt there 3 
October 1877. 



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Peter Hughes Joynson 
Liverpool, co. Lancaster (the 
youngest of 21 children of 
Thomas Joynson of Liver- 
pool), born 2 April 17855 
died 13 March, aged 74, 
bur. at Wallasey Church 18 
March 1859. 



of=pCatherine, dau. of John and 
Mary Rothwell of Sephton, 
co. Lancaster; born 19 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at Sephton 2 
November 1788; marr. there 
29 October i8o6j died 4 Au- 
gust 1834, Dur - at Toxteth 
Park Chapel, South Hill Road, 
near Liverpool. 



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Arms on record in the College of 
Arms. — Azure, an eagle's head 
erased or between four roses saltire- 
wise argent. 

Crest. — Upon a mount vert, an 
eagle with two heads displayed 
azure semee of roses argent. 

Motto. — Ad honorem industria 
ducit. 



Isabella, dau. of Samuel 
of Liverpool, previously of 
Whitehaven, co. Cumber- 
land 5 registered at Toxteth 
Chapel 7 June 1833$ marr. 
there 22 February 1839 j died 
at Longview 5 June 1853, 
aged ss> Dur - at Toxteth Park 
Chapel. 1st wife. 



Mead=pThomas Joynson of Longview in the town- = Elizabeth Watts, 
ship of Liscard, co. Chester, born 6 April died s.p. 16 April, 
1808 ; a Freeman or Free Burgess of the town 
of Liverpool 13 November 1830 ; died at 
Longview 27 November, bur. at Wallasey 3 
December 1863. Will dated 20 June 1862, 
proved at Chester 6 January 1864. 



bur. at Wallasey 
19 April 1884. 
2nd wife. 




Thomas Joynson of Rock Ferry, co. Chester,=pFanny Howard, dan. of James George Mills of 



born 18 December 1839; died at Llangollen, 
North Wales, 25 March, bur. at Wallasey 
Church 28 March 1871. 



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Savannah, Georgia, U.S.A. ; bora 3 November 
1 841, bapt. at Christ Church, Savannah, 
Georgia, U.S.A., April 1862; marr. at the 
Legation of the U.S. America, Paris, 23 March 
J865. 



Frank Henton Carver of Claughton, co.- 
Chester, born at Albert Terrace, Old Traf- 
ford, co. Lancaster, 29 November 1854, bapt 
at the Blind Asylum Chapel, Old Trafford, 
11 March 1855. 4 



'Isabella, only child, born at Rock Ferry, co. Ches- 
ter, 31 March, bapt at St. Paul's Church, Tran- 
mere, 00. Chester, 14 July 1866 ; marr. at Christ 
Church, Claughton, 1 June 1887. 



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John Joynson of Water- 
x>, co. Lancaster, and 
F.R.A.S., bom in 1820 ; 
marr. at Sephton, 19 
March 1883, Christina, 
dau. of Haldane Wylie. 



Moses Joynson of Water- 
loo, born in 1822 j died 
nnmarr. at Waterloo 13 
January, aged 68, bur. at 
Crosby Church, co. Lan- 
caster, 17 January 1890. 



Hannah, of the Cres- 
cent, Waterloo, died 
unmarr. at Waterloo 
6 April, aged 69, bur. 
at Crosby Church, 
11 April 1882. 



Elizabeth, of Water- 
loo, died there un- 
marr. 2 May, aged 
55, bur. at Crosby 
Church 6 May 1870. 



William Joynson of= 
Liverpool, some time of 
Longview, now of the 
Manor House, Tach- 
brook Mallory, co. War- 
wick, Lieut-Col Lane. 
Militia (3rd Batt. South 
Lane. Regt), born 23 
July 184T. 



:Mary Elizabeth, dau. of 
Carlos Chamberlin of 
Manchester, co. Lan- 
caster, formerly of Ver- 
mont, Mass., U.S.A. j 
born 28 Feb. 1848; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, Lon- 
don, 7 July 1881. 




Tertius Joyn- 
son of Long- 
view, in the 
Commission 
of the Peace 
for the county 
of Chester, 
born 1 May 
1843, bapt. 
at Wallasey 
Church 16 
July 1870. 



oyn-=j=Catharine 
Hall, dau. of 
Thomas 
Twanbrook 
Glazebrook 
of New 
Brighton, 
co. Chester; 
marr. at 
Wallasey 19 
April 1 866. 



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Harold Mead Joynson, Surgeon, 
born 23 February, bapt. at St. 
James's Church, New Brigh- 
ton, 10 May 1867. 

Edith May, born 12 May, bapt 
at St James's Church, New 
Brighton, 22 July 1868. 

Catharine Hall, born 23 Febru- 
ary, bapt. at St. James's Church, 
New Brighton, 5 May 1870. 

Reginald Joynson, born 12 Dec. 
1 87 1, bapt at St. James's Ch., 
New Brighton, 8 March 1872. 



Alfred Tertius Joynson, born 
25 June, bapt. at St. James's 
Church, New Brighton, 31 
August 1873. 



Ada Williamina Twanbrook, 
born 13 January, bapt. at St 
James's Ch., New Brighton, 
28 March 1875. 



Frances Muriel, born 21 Oct 
1876, bapt. at St James's 
Church, New Brighton, 8 
January 1877. 



Catherine, born 
27 Aug. 1845, 
bapt at St. 
John's Church, 
Egremont, co. 
Chester, 29 
August 1862 ; 
marr. at Wal- 
lasey, 21 April 
[870, Thomas 
Stockley of 
Clifton, Bristol, 
some time of 
Liverpool, born 
at Rock Ferry 
4 April 1844, 
bapt. there. 



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Norman Mead Joynson, born 1 
June, registered as Octavius, 
afterwards bapt at St. James's 
Church, New Brighton, 29 Sep- 
tember 1878, Norman Mead, 
by which name he is known. * 

Dorothy Kirkland, bora 26 Au- 

fust, bapt. at St. James's Ch., 
few Brighton, 30 Nov. 1879. 

Arthur Glazebrook Joynson, 
born 12 Dec. 1882, bapt at St 
James's Church, New Brighton, 
28 January 1883. 



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Edward Joynson of The^Emily, dau. of 



Firs, Kenilworth, co. 
Warwick, some time of 
Ashford Hall, Ludlow, 
co. Salop, Major Lanca- 
shire Militia (3rd Batt 
South Lancashire Reet), 
born 6 September 1847, 
bapt. at Wallasey 27 Fe- 
bruary 1869. 



Joseph Bright 
of Princes 
Park, Liver- 
pool j bora 15 
Sept. i860 ; 
marr. at Christ 
Church, May- 
fair, London, 
28 February 
1882. 



Jane, born 6 September 
1847, bap*- at St. John's 
Church, Egremont, 29 
August 1862; marr. at 
Wallasey, 29 Jan. 1868, 
John Statter of Woodside, 
Addlestone, co. Surrey, 
some time of Liscard, 
born at Knowsley 31 
March, bapt. at Huyton 
17 June 1845. 



Isabella, born 5 Septem- 
ber 1849, bapt. at St 
John's Church, Egre- 
mont, 29 August 1862 ; 
marr. at Wallasey, 23 
November 1869, George 
Frederick Statter of Sioux 
City, Iowa, U.S.A., born 
at Knowsley 27 June, 
bapt. at Huyton 9 August 
1848. 



Cyril Joynson, born 18 March, 
bapt. at Ashford Bowdler, co. 
Salop, 6 May 1883. 



Kenneth Bright Joynsoq, 
born 4 March, bapt at Ash- 
ford Bowdler 27 April 1884. 



Lawrence Bright Joynson, 
born 24 Aug., bapt. at Kenil- 
worth, co. Warwick, 30 Sep- 
tember 1889. 



Louisa, born 1 March 1853, 
bapt at St. John's Church, 
Egremont, 29 Aug. 1862 j 
marr. at Wallasey, 8 Feb. 
,1872, Thomas Statter of 
Stand Hall, Whitefield, near 
Manchester, born there 20 
August 1847, tap** At All 
Saints', Stand. 



Samuel Joynson, 
born 2 June 
i85i;died2 Jan. 
1852, bur. at 
Toxteth Park 5 re- 
gistered at Tox- 
teth Chapel 3 
January 1852, 
aged 7 months. 



Francis Joynson of* 
Wyseby, Ecclefechan, 
co. Dumfries,formerly 
Lieut 4th Royal Lan- 
cashire Militia, born 
1 March 1853, bapt 
at St. John's Church, 
Egremont, 29 August 
1862. 



:Margaretta Ogle, dau. 
of John Bell Irving of 
White Hill, Lockerbie, 
co. Dumfries, J. P. and 
Advocate ; born 1 June 
bapt. at White Hill 
Lockerbie, July 1853 5 
marr. at Lockerbie 10 
April 1878. 




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Arm*onr9cordintk*Coll4g9 
•f i4r»w.— Argent, a chevron 
between three fleurs-de-lis 
asure, in chief a tent proper, 
lined gules. 

Crest,— On a mount vert, a 
lion couchant«gaardant azure 
in front of a tent proper, lined 
gules. 

Jfoto.— Bonne et belle asset. 



Rev. John Land,«= 
M.A. of Balliol 
College, Oxford, 
Vicar of Basilden, 
son of Sebastian 
Land of Tiverton, 
co. Devon; ma- 
triculated 16 Fe- 
bruary i7H"5i 
then aged 17, 
B.A. 1% October 
1728, M.A. 18 
June 1731 ; died 
at Basilden 14 
June, bur. there 
17 June 1757, 
s.p. 1st hus- 
band. 



'Margaret, half sister^Rev. George BeNasis, D.D.,^»Leah 



and netr to William 
Harvey, and younger 
dan. of Rev. William 
Harvey, M.A. of 
Christ Church, Ox- 
ford, Rector of Pang- 
bourne, co. Berks, 
by Jane his and 
wife, relict of Rev. 
Thomas Breedon, 
M.A. of Lincoln Col- 
lege, Oxford, Rector 
of Pangbourne, sister 
and coheir of An- 
thony Lybbe of 
Checkendon, co. Ox- 
ford, and 3rd dau. of 
Rev. Anthony Lybbe, 
B.C.L., Fellow of St. 
John's College, Ox- 
ford, and Rector of 
Checkendon; born 
at Winchester 1726; 
marr. andly, at Basil- 
den, 15 December 
1757 ; died Febru- 
ary (sic to diary), 
aged 68, bnr. at 
Pangbourne 7 April 
1795. ist wife. 



of Queen's College, Oxford, 
forty-three years Rector of 
Yattendon and thirty-four 
years Vicar of Basilden and 
Ashampstead, co. Berks (eldest 
son of Joseph Bellas' of Long 
Marton, co. Westmorland, by 
Margaret his wife, younger 
dau. of Hugh Hill of Craken- 
thorpe, in parish of Boogate, 
co. Westmorland), born a8 
Nov., bapt at Long Marton 4 
Dec. 1730; matriculated at the 
University of Oxford 27 Nov. 
1749, then aged 18; fi.A. *o 
June 1753; M.A. %6 June 
1756; B.D.and D.D. 13 Nov. 
1707 ; presented 35 March, in- 
ducted 7 April 1758 to Yat- 
tendon * Vicar of Ashampstead 
7 Oct 1 770 j Farewell Address 
at Yattendon, printed 1771, 
and Sermon before the Uni- 
versity, 1779; resumed by Earl 
Marshal's Warrant, dated 27 
May 1791, the former spelling 
of his name; died 24 Jan., 
aged 7 1, bur. at Basilden 1 Feb. 
180a. M.I. at Long Marton. 
Will dated a Nov. 1 796, proved 
*3 February 1802. (P.C.C.) 
Motto: Lefts nan ureris (on 
the original grant of arms), 
sad husband. 



Cooper 

Vialf. 

and 

wife. 

Seepage 

59- 



See PiDioRBi % page 59. 



£~* 




Joseph Harvey BeUasis, General and Colonel under the Maharajah Dowlut=r= 
Rao Scindia and under Umbagee in the Mahratta States, East Indies, 
eldest son, born *i May, bapt at Yattendon ai June 1759 $ matriculated 
at the University of Oxford (Queen's College) ia July 1775, then aged 
16 ; Ensign in the Berkshire Militia 1779, Ensign of Engineers in Bengal 
Army, H.E.I.C.S., 1 June 17855 resigned February 1794; killed at the 
head of his Regiment while storming a fort at Sonda, near Luhar in 
Bunddcund, East Indies, December 1799, aged 40. (See Major Ferdin- 
and Smith's * Sketch of the Rise, Progress, and Termination of the Regular 
Corps formed and commanded by Europeans in the service of the native 
Princes of India,' etc., Calcutta, 1805, and ' Calcutta Review/ No. "" 



July i88o 9 Art "Indian Military Adventurers of the last century." 



cxli, 




-Juliana, dau, of Cant 
WiUiams,H.E.I.C.S. f 
Banker; marr. in 
Bengal, East Indies, 
1 July 17855 died 
ante 1792. 



A daughter, died an infant 
in India. 



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Charlotte, elder dau.,= 
bom 19 March, bapt. 
at Yattendon 21 May 
1 761 ; marr. at St. 
Thomas's, Bombay, 
31 August 1784; died 
and bur. at Bombay 
26 October following, 
•ged 23. 1st wife. 



: Daniel Beat Christie of Whaplode, : 
co. Lincoln, Major and Adjutant- 
General in the Bombay Army, 
H.E.I.C.S. ; he served in the war 
against Hyder Ali in Mysore 
1782; Lieut, of Engineers 26 
December 1781, Captain 20 Fe- 
bruary 1783 ; died 24 June 1809, 
aged 63, bur. at Mont Parnasse 
Cemetery, Paris. 



FpElizabeth, sister and coheir of John 
Henry Langham, Lieut. R.N., and 
eldest dau. of Purbeck Langham of 
Northampton, Captain of 10th 
Dragoons and Clerk to the Privy 
Seal, by Elizabeth, dau. and coheir 
of Henry Lawton of Northampton, 
Barrister-at-Law ; born 27 April, 
bapt. at St. Giles's, Northampton, 6 
May 1752; marr. by Licence at Cot- 
tesbrooke, co. Northampton 5 Oct. 
1786; died in London 20 April 
1833, aged 80. 2nd wife. 



Esther, 2nd dau.= 
of John King of 
Puttenham, co. 
Surrey, by Mary 
Budd his wife; 
bapt. there 24 
February 1770 ; 
marr. 1792; died 
s.p. at Sonning, 
co. Berks, 12 
September, aged 
35, bur. at Put- 
tenham 17 Sept. 
1805. M.I. 1st 
wife. 



= George Bridges Bellasis, Lieut.-Col.= 
of Artillery in the Bombay Army, 
H.E.I.C.S., and Commandant of the 
Horse Brigade at Poona, East Indies ; 
he was present at the Siege and 
Battle of Seringapatam against 
Tippoo Sultan, and received the 
Gold Medal 1799; 2nd son, born 
and bapt. at Yattendon 9 August 
1767 ; Lieut, of Marines, Ports- 
mouth Division, 1792, Ensign Bom- 
bay Army 14 April 1793, Lieut 6 
Sept. 1797, Captain 10 December 
1807, Brevet-Major 4 Jan., Major 
22 June 1 8 14, Lieut-Colonel 1 Sept 
18 18 5 Proceedings of Trial for fatal 
duel in 1801 with A. A. Forbes 
Mitchell at India Office; died 29 
Sept., aged 58, bur. at Poona 30 
Sept 1825. M.I. Adm'on granted 
to his widow 11 April 1826 at 
Bombay. 2nd husband. 



=Eliza (christened Eli-= 
zabeth), 4th dau. of 
John and Mary King ; 
bapt. at Puttenham 9 
April 1775 1 marr. 
1st, at Madeira 15 
May 1796; marr. 
andly , at St Thomas's, 
Bombay, 4 January 
1810$ died s.p. 7 De- 
cember, aged 62, bur. 
at St. Mary's, Upper 
Walmer, co. Kent, 14 
Dec. 1837. M.I. Will 
dated 14 Jan. 1837, 
proved in P.C.C. 20 
July 1 83 8. 2nd wife. 



^4t?7f>* s^t**/^ ff#^**£. 




Arms. — Quarterly : 1 and 4, Bellasis ; 
2, Per pale azure and gules, on a bend 
erminois three trefoils slipped vert, 
Harvey ; 3, Ermine, a bend between two 
lions rampant guardant (sometimes ramp- 
ant) gules, Lybbb of Hardwick, co. Ozon. 

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rThomas Kent, 
a Captain in 
Indian Mer- 
chant Service, 
son of Thomas 
Kent, by his 
wife .... Price 
of Shrewsbury, 
and grandson 
of William 
Kent of Nant- 
wich, co. Ches- 
ter. Living 
1806. 1st hus- 
band. 



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SILHOUETTE OF MISS LEAH COOPER VIALL, ONLY OHILD OF 
EMERY VIALL OF WALSHINQHAM, CO. NORFOLK. 

OOPIED FROM THE ORIGINAL IN THE POSSESSION OF HER 
QRANDSON, EDWARD BELLASIS. LANCASTER HERALD 



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Rev. George^Leah 
BeUasis,D.D. 
1st hasband. 
Seepages^. 



Cooper, only daa. and sole surviving child and 
heir of Emery Viall of Walsingham, co. Norfolk, and 
the City of Norwich, by Anne Stangroom his wife, 
relict of ... . Cooper ; born at Walsingham 1 Oct. 
1763 ; marr. 1st, at St. Andrew's, Holborn, co. 
Middx., 9 June 1796; marr. indly, at St. Lau- 
rence, Reading, 8 August 1804; died at North- 
wood 24 June, aged 85, bur. at Carisbrooke a July 
1849. M.I. 



cjfLccJi £ /3e^^^- 



=Rev. Joseph Maude, M.A., 
Queen's College, Oxford, 
and of Northwood, Isle of 
Wight, 4th son of Joseph 
Maude of Kirkby in Ken- 
dal, co. Westmoreland, 
D.L., by Sarah, dau. of 
Thomas Holme, Mayor of 
Kendal ; born there 21 Oc- 
tober 1775, matriculated at 
Oxford February 1792, B.A. 
ix March 1796, M.A. 22 
May 1799$ died 23 March, 
aged 76, bur. at Caris- 
brooke, Isle of Wight, 27 
March 1852. M.I. 2nd 
husband. 



Frances, only survivin] 
child and heir of WiJ 
liam Lycett of Stafford ; 
born 24 September 1 8 10 ; 
marr. at Carisbrooke 17 
September 1829; died 
at Richmond, co. Surrey, 
27 December 1832, aged 
22, bur. at Carisbrooke 
3 January 1833. M.I. 
1st wife. 



Charlotte, eldest 
dau. and only 
child by 1st 
wife, born 13 
June, bapt. at 
St Pancras, co. 
Middx., 24 July 
1830; died 17 
June, bur. at 
Carisbrooke 23 
June 183 1. 



•Edward Bellasis of Northwood House,=f El 
St. John's Wood, co. Middx., Serjeant- 
at-Law, 3rd and youngest son, born 14 
Oct., bapt. at Basilden 20 Nov. 1800 ; 
Student 1819, and called to the Bar of 
the Inner Temple 2 July 18245 J.P. 
for county of Middx. and City of 
Westminster 1838 ; Degree of Coif 
10 July 1844; Earl Marshal's Com- 
missioner Oct. 1869 ; died at Villa Ste 
C6cile 24 Jan., aged 72, bur. at Hyeres, 
Var, France, 21 Feb. 1873. M.I. there 
and at St. Etheldreda's, Ely Place, Hol- 
born, London. Motto : Paribus Legi- 
bus (on the Serjeant's official rings). 



iza Jane, only dau. of Wil- 
liam Garnett of Quernmore 
Park and Bleasdale Tower, co. 
Lancaster, by Margaret his 
wife, eldest dau. of Alexan- 
der Carson of Mount Plea- 
sant, Everton, co. Lancaster 5 
born 7 February 18 15, bapt. 
at St. Peter's Collegiate Ch., 
Manchester; marr. there 21 
October 1835. ana * w ^ e - 



Eliza Janet, 2nd dau. 
of James Gibson, 
afterwards James Kir- 
sopp of the Spital, 
Hexham, co. North- 
umberland, by Eliza* 
beth his wife, dau. of 
Sir Alexander Living- 
stone of Westquarter, 
co. Stirling, N.B., 
Bart.; marr. at the 
Catholic Church, Hex- 
ham, 30 May 1842; 
died s.p. 10 May, aged 
46, bur. at St. Os- 
wald's, Bellingham, 
14 May 1862. MX 
1st wife. 



=Edward Charlton of Eldon Square,=pMargaret Jane, 

2nd dau., born 
25 May, bapt. at 
St. Giles in the 
Fields, co. Mid- 
dlesex, 27 May 
1837 j marr. at 
Our Lady's Ca- 
tholic Ch., St 
John's Wood, 
by His Emin- 
ence Cardinal 
Wiseman, 5 
April 1864. 
2nd wife. 



Newcastle-on-Tyne, M.D., D.C.L., 
2nd son of William John Charlton 
of Hesleyside, co. Northumberland, 
East Appleton, co. York, and White- 
hall, co. Cumberland, by Catherine 
Henrietta his wife, 4th dau. of Fran- 
cis Cholmley of Brandsby Hall, co. 
York ; born at Hesleyside 23 July 
1814$ M.D. of the University of 
Edinburgh 1836$ M.D. of the Uni- 
versity of Durham 1856; D.C.L. 
1870 j President of the British 
Medical Association 1870$ Hon. 
Member of the Royal Swedish Aca- 
demy of Medicine, Stockholm j died 
at Newcastle 14 May, aged 59, bur. 
at St Oswald's, Bellingham, co. 
Northumberland, 18 Mav 1874. 
M.I. ^ 

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John Masfen of Stafford, F.R.C.S., ist Mayor of Stafford under=j=Anna Maria, younger dan., born 



the Municipal Reform Act, younger son of Joseph Masfen of 
Norton Caines, co. Stafford, by Rachel Webb his wife ; born 
at Cannock, co. Stafford, 5 September 1795; M.R.C.S. and 
L.S.A. 1818, F.R.C.S. 1843 j died 7 June 1854, aged 58, bar. 
at St. Mary's, Stafford. M.I. 



16 May, bapt at Basilden 4 June 
1797 i marr. at St. James's, 
Clerkenwell, co. Middx., 13 
May 1819 $ died 14 Jane, aged 
78, bar. at St Mary's, Stafford, 

17 June 1875. M.I. 



l£+*„c~ W7U»rl„ fi**>+jfc+ l „ 



Eliza, 3rd dan., 
born 28 August 
1838, privately 
bapt at Lark 
Hill (now Peel 
Park), Salford, 
co. Lancaster 5 
died at South- 
end, co. Essex, 
.27 June, bur. at 
Kensal Green 1 
July 1839. 



Mary Laura, 3rd 5 
dau. of Admiral the 
Hon. Sir John Tal- 
bot, G.C.B., by the 
Hon. Juliana Arnn- 
dell, 3rd dau. of 

James Everard, 9th 
aron'Arundell of 
Wardour 5 marr. at 
Our Lady's Catholic 
Church, St John's 
Wood, 13 August 
18575 died 1 7 April 
1866, bur. at Ban- 
galore, East Indies. 
1 st wife. 



i=j=Lewin BenthamBowriDgofLavTock-=T=Katharine,4thdau., 



bere, Torquay, South Devon, C.S.I., 
sometime Private Secretary to Lord 
Canning, Viceroy of India and Chief 
Commissioner of Mysore and Coorg, 
East Indies, 3rd son of Sir John 
Bowring of Qaremont, co. Devon, 
Knt, LL.D., F.R.S., Governor, 
Commander-in-Chief and Vice- 
Admiral of Hong Kong and its 
Dependencies, and H.M. Plenipo- 
tentiary and Superintendentof Britith 
Trade in China, by Maria his 1st 
wife, 3rd and youngest dau. of 
Samuel Lewin of Hackney, co. Mid- 
dlesex $ born 15 July 1824, bapt. in 
Queen's Square, co. Middx., re-bapt. 
at Exeter 19 August 1855 j J.P. and 
Alderman C.C for the county of 
Devon. 



born a April, bapt. 
at St Giles's in the 
Fields 13 May 
1840 ; marr. at St. 
Mary Magdalen's 
Catholic Church, 
Mortlake, co. Sur- 
rey, 31 July 1867, 
by Thomas Grant, 
Catholic Bishop of 
Southwark. and 
wife. 



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Mary, in Religion Mother Mary Francis 
Xavier, a Nun of the Society of the Holy 
Child at the Convent of St. Leonard's* 
on-Sea and the Old Palace, Mayfield, co. 
Sussex, 5th dau., born 4 February, bapt. 
at St Giles in the Fields 30 March 
2842; received the Habit 10 October 
1 86 1 } professed 18 November 1863. 

Clara, 6th dan., born 21 August, bapt 
at Admarsh Chapel in Bleasdale, co. 
Lancaster, 17 September 1843. 

Cecilia, in Religion Mother St. Aloysius, 
a Nun of the Society of the Holy Child 
at the Convent of St. Leonard's-on-Sea 
and the Old Palace, Mayfield, 7th dau., 
born 28 June, bapt. at Christ Church, 
St Giles, co. Middx., 23 July 1845$ 
received the Habit 5 August 1869; 
professed 8 September 1871. 

Frances, 8th dau., born 20 November, 
bapt. at Quernmore 28 December 1847 5 
died 11 March, bur. at Kensal Green 
Cemetery 15 March 1849. 



Rev. Richard Garnett 
Bellasis, B.A., of the 
Oratory, Edgbaston, co. 
Warwick, eldest son, 
born at Northwood 
House, St. John's 
Wood, co. Middlesex, 
24 December 1849, 
bapt. at Christ Church, 
Marylebone, co. Mid- 
dlesex, s Feb. 1850; 
matriculated at the 
University of London 
1867, B.A. 30 Novem- 
ber 1870 j called to the 
Bar at Lincoln's Inn 7 
June 1873 5 entered 
the Congregation of the 
Oratory 1875 ; or- 
dained Priest at Oscott 
by Archbishop Ulla- 
thorne, some time Ca- 
tholic Bishop of Bir- 
mingham, 27 April 
1879. 



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Edward Bellasis of the Col- 
lege of Arms, London, 2nd 
son, born at Northwood 
House 28 Tan., bapt. at Our 
Lady's Catholic Church, St. 
John's Wood, 5 Feb. 18525 
called to the Bar at Lincoln's 
Inn 17 Nov. 1873 ; by Letters 
Patent under the Great Seal 
created Bluemantle Pursui- 
vant of Arms 23 Dec. 1873 $ 
appointed Deputy-Registrar 
of the College of Arms 4 
June 1 8 79 till 2 March 1880, 
and Secretary to the Garter 
Missions to Alfonso XII., 
King of Spain, 30 Sept 1881, 
and to Albert, Ring of Saxony, 
30 Jan. 1882 ; created Lan- 
caster Herald by Letters 
Patent 13 July 1882; ap- 
pointed Librarian of printed 
Books 3 Nov. 1887, and Re- 
gistrar, 26 March 1 894, of the 
College of Arms. Author of 
' Cherubini : Memorials il- 
lustrative of his Life,' 1874 ; 
' Westmoreland Church 

Notes/ 2 vols., 1888-9$ rod 
'Memorials of Mr. Serjeant 
'Bellasis,' 1893, etc. 




ifrmt.— Quarterly : 1 and 4, 
Bellasis ; a and 3, Argent, a 
fesse embattled counter- 
embattled cottiaed plain, 
be t ween three annulets gules, 
. Viall. 




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James Campsie DaIg-=j=Marie Sophie Nichol 



fish of Campsie, N.B., 
bom at Strathallan, 
N.S.W., 5 August 
1845 j marr. at Goul- 
burn, N.S.W., a8 
April 1875; died at 
Melbourne 1 1 Novem- 
ber, aged %% bur. at 
Goulburn 13 Novem- 
ber 1888. 1st hus- 
band. 



pT=Wilfia 



son, and but eldest 
surviving dau. of the 
Marquis de Guerry 
de Lauret, by Anna 
Maria his wife, dau. 
of John Lett of Kil- 
gibbon, co. Wexford j 
marr. andly, at the 
London Oratory, 18 
June 189a. 



A^ 



iam Bellasis of=pMary, eldest dau. of Tho- 



Basilden Lodge, Roe» 
hampton, co. Sur- 
rey, 3rd son, born 
at Northwood House 
23 June, bapt. at 
Our Lady's Catholic 
Church, St. John's 
Wood, a5 June 1853. 
and husband. 




Philip Joseph Bellasis, bora 19 April, bapt. 
at the Oratory, South Kensington, aa April 



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MaryTheresa, eldest dau., 
born 3 January, bapt. at 
the Pro Cathedral, Ken- 
sington,4 January 1878. 

Cyril Edward Bellasis, 
eldest son, born a8 Jan., 
bapt. at St. James's, 
Spanish Place, 30 Jan. 
1879 ; died a and bur. at 
Kensal Green Cemetery 
4 December following. 



John Henry Bellasis, 
and son, born 7 No- 
vember, bapt. at the 
Pro Cathedral, Ken- 
sington, 8 November 
1880. 

Monica Mary, and 
dau., born 30 March, 
bapt. at Weybridge, 
co. Surrey, 1 April 
188a. 



mas Walmesley of Bret- 
lands, Tunbridge Wells, co. 
Kent, by Mary Newton 
Elizabeth his wife, only 
surviving dau. and heir of 
Edward Martin Foxhallj 
born at Great Nelmes in 
Hornchurch, co. Essex, ai 
December 1855 > raarr. 
at St. James's Catholic 
Church, Spanish Place, co. 
Middlesex, 1 1 January 
1877; died at fiasilden 
Lodge, Roehampton, 28 
October, aged 3 a, bur. at 
Kensal Green Cemetery 
31 October 1888. M.I. 
1st wife. 



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Mildred Mary, 3rd 
dau., born ia October, 
bapt. at the Pro Ca- 
thedral, Kensington, 
16 October 1883. 

William Joseph Bel- 
lasis, 3rd son, born 17 
December, bapt. at 
the Pro Cathedral, 
Kensington, ao De- 
cember 1884. 



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Richard Fauconberg 
Bellasis, 4th son, born 
23 August, bapt. at 
the Pro Cathedral, 
Kensington, a Sep- 
tember 1886. 

Agnes Mary Helena, 
4th dau., born a6 
October, bapt. at St 
Joseph's, Roehamp- 
ton, 28 October 1888. 



Rev. Henry Lewis Bellasis, B. A., of the 
Oratory, Edgbaston, 4th and youngest 
son, born at Northwood House 16 Fe- 
bruary, bapt at Our Lady's Catholic 
Church, St John's Wood, 19 February 
1859$ matriculated at the University 
of London 1876; B.A. 1888; entered 
the Congregation of the Oratory 1877 ; 
ordained priest at the Birmingham 
Oratory, Edgbaston, by John Iisley, 
Catholic Bishop of Birmingham, 4 
March 1883. 



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Monica, in Religion Mother Mary 
Edward, a Nun of the Society of 
the Holy Child at the Convent of 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea and the Old 
Palace, Mayfield, 9th dan., born 
35 November, bapt. at Our Lady's 
Catholic Church, St John's Wood, 
28 November 1855 $ received the 
Habit at Mayfield 16 January 
1879$ professed 18 January 1881, 
and 18 January i8£o. 



Theresa Walburga, 
10th and youngest 
dau., born 15 April, 
bapt and died 16 
April, bur. at Ken- 
sal Green Ceme- 
tery ao April 1857. 



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Arms on record in the College 
of Arms. — Argent, on a fess 
couped between three crescents 
sable, as many hawks' lures or. 

Crest. — Upon an eagle's leg 
fesswise erased at the thigh the 
claws to the sinister azure a 
falcon belled or, legged gules, 
twined round the body and neck 
by a hawk's lure sable. 

Motto.— Fide et constantttL 



Rev. Timothy Tripp Lee , 
of Timothy Newmarch Lee of 
Pocklington, co. York, and of 
Thame, co. Oxon, who died at 
Thame 26 November 1795), bora 
at Thame 22 December, bapt. there 
26 December 1769; educated at 
Winchester College and at Pem- 
broke College, Oxford; B.A. of 
that University 23 June 1791 j 
instituted to the Vicarage of St. 
Mary's, Thame, with the Chapel- 
ries of Towersey, Tettsworth, and 
Sydenham 1 Sept. 1 795 5 appointed 
Head Master of the Grammar 
School, Thame, 1814; died at 
Thame 29 December 1840, and 
bur. in the church there 6 Janu- 
ary 1 841. M.I. in the chancel. 



(only son=pElizabeth, 3rd dau. of Richard 
Smith of Thame, on the Com- 
mission of the Peace and 
Deputy-Lieut for the county 
of Bucks, by Mary his wife 5 
born at Thame 16 February, 
bapt. there 20 February 17755 
man*, at the Parish Church 
of St. Mary, Islington, co. 
Middlesex, 2 February 1792 j 
died at Thame 25 January, 
and bur. there 1 February 
1854. M.I. in the chancel. 
Will dated 1 February 1847. 



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Rev. Frederick Lee, 3rd son, born at Thame 4 December/ 
and bapt. at the Prebendal Church of St Mary there 13 
December 1798; of Magdalen, Pembroke, and Merton 
Colleges, Oxford j B.A. of that University 9 June 1821 
and M.A. 1 February 1823; Rector of Easington, co. 
Oxon, 6 November 1832 ; Minor Canon of St. George's 
Chapel, Windsor, 1833 ; Vicar of Stantonbury, co. Bucks, 
1 1 August 1838 j presented to the Vicarage of Lullington, 
co. Derby, September 1841, which he exchanged for the 
Rectory of Stowe, co. Salop, 19 October 1841 ; died at 
Thame 4 November, and bur. in the church there 11 
November 1841. M.I. in the chancel, Thame Church. 
Adm'on to his brother Richard 7 Dec. 1841. Peculiar of 
Thame and Aylesbury, Dean and Chapter of Lincoln's 
Court. 





=Mary, only dau. and sole heir Other 
of George Ellys and Lydia issue. 
Clifford his wife; born at 
Aylesbury, co. Bucks, 1 No- 
vember 1803, and bapt. there 
18 January 1804 (marriage 
settlement dated 8 February 
183 1) ; marr. by licence at the 
Parish Church of Aylesbury 
10 February 1831 5 died at 
Thame 27 May, and bur. 
there 4 June 1853. M.I. in 
the chancel. 




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Rev., Frederick George Lee, elder son, born at Thame Vicarage 6=f Elvira Louisa, 4th and 
January, and bapt 7 January 1832 } educated at the Grammar 
School, Thame, and at St. Edmund Hall, Oxford; S.C.L. 8 June 
18545 Newdigate Prize 28 June 1854; F.S.A. 30 April 1857 -, some- 
time Incumbent of St John's and St. Mary's, Aberdeen ; Vicar of 
All Saints', Lambeth, 1867 j Hon. D.D. of the Washington and 
Lee University 1879; Author of * Glossary of Liturgical and Eccle- 
siastical Terms,' 1876; 'Historical Sketches of the Reformation,' 
1878; "The Church under Queen Elizabeth,' 1879-805 'History 
and Antiquities of the Church of Thame, 9 1883, etc. 




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youngest dau. of Rev. Jo- 
seph Duncan Ostrehan, 
B.A. Worcester College, 
Oxon, Vicar of Creech St. 
Michael, co. Somerset 
(who died 11 Sept. 1870), 
by Anne his wife, jth dau. 
of Robert Withy 3 bom at 
Shepscombe, co. Glouces- 
ter, 22 Nov. 1838, and 
bapt there 16 February 
1839; marr « at Creech St 
Michael 9 June 1859 j died 
at All Saints' Vicarage, 
Lambeth, x Sept., and bur. 
at the Roman Catholic 
Cemetery, Brookwood, co. 
Surrey, 5 Sept. 1890. M.L 
in All Saints Church afore- 
said, and at Brookwood. 

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Sir Edward Lee, Knt., younger son, born at 
Thame aforesaid x6 October, and bapt there 
17 October 1833 3 educated at the Grammar 
School, Thame j F.S.A. Scot.; knighted at 
Dublin by the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland 
(Earl Spencer, K.G.) 30 November 187a. 



Fanny (Frances), elder dan., 
born at Thame aforesaid n 
July, and bapt. there 19 July 
1837$ died at Thame, and 
bur. there %% February 1859. 
ALL in the church. 



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Ellen, younger 
dan., born at 
Thame afore- 
said 10 July,and 
bapt there %i 
July 1840. 



Frederick Reginald Bene- 
dict Duncan Lee, eldest 
son, born at Fountain Hall, 
Aberdeen, 3 July, and bapt 
at St Mary's Church there 
30 July 1 861 ; educated at 
King's College, London, 
and St. Edmund Hall, Ox- 
ford; B.A. 9 July 1887; 
M.A. 22 April 1891 ; 
Head Master of St Johns 
College, Rangoon. 



Gordon Ambrose de Lisle Lee of=pMary 
Selwood Lodge, Elm Place, in the 
parish of St. Mary Abbotts, Ken- 
sington, co. London, and of the Col- 
lege of Arms, 2nd son, born at 
Fountain Hall 1 1 July, and bapt. at 
St Mary's Church aforesaid 6 Au- 
gust 1863; educated at St Peter's 
College, Westminster; by Royal 
Letters Patent under the Great Seal 
dated 23 August 1880 created Blue- 
mantle Pursuivant of the College of 
London. 



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Rose Aloysia Charlotte, 
elder dau. of Robert Cyril 
Wallace, Secretary to the Earl 
Marshal (who died ai May 
1891), by Mary Victoire his 
and wife ; born at Brompton 
Crescent, in the parish of St 
Mary Abbotts, Kensington, 
20 June, and bapt at the 
Church of the Oratory, South 
Kensington, %% June 1861 \ 
marr. at the Oratory afore- 
said 8 August 1888. 



Mary Flora, barn nfc SeJwaotl Ixulge 
aforesaid 1 October, and bapt at the 
Vmuiui or mo Dermic rauwig, mi* 
ham Road, 3 October 1890. 



Mary Louisa Gwendoline, only dau., born 
at Coleshill Street, in the parish of St. 
Peter, Eaton Souare, 24 September, and 
bapt. at the Church of St Barnabas, 
Pimlico, »5 October 1865. 



Leonard Miles Henry Lee, 3rd son, born at Coles- 
hill Street aforesaid 14 February, and privately bapt 
there so April 1867 ; registered at All Saints' Church 
aforesaid ; educated at King's College, London. 




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Crest. — A demi-eagle displayed proper. 
Motto, — Hoc age. 



John Paris of Wanstead, oo. Essex, formerly=f=R< 
of St. Petersburg, youngest child of Bern- 
hardt Paris of Wiborg in Finland (at that 
time forming part of the Kingdom of 
Sweden), by Anna Elizabeth Brandes of 
Wiborg ; born at Wiborg at the end of 1730 
or beginning of 1731, presumably posthu- 
mous j his passport, dated St Petersburg 
8 June 176a, describes him as a merchant 
and subject of Great Britain; in 1768 he 
was living at Walthamstow ; died at Wan- 
stead 10 May, in the 67th year of his age, 
bur. there 17 May 1798. M.I. disappeared. 
Will (no date) proved at London 26 Sep- 
tember 1798 by Archibald Paris, only sur- 
viving son. 



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Archibald Paris of Beech Hill= 
Park, Enfield, of the Mount 
House (now know as Egerton 
Lodge), Melton Mowbray, and 
of Portland Place, lord of the 
manor of Westerdale, N.R. co. 
York ; died at Brighton 28 
May, aged 84, bur. in the 
Extra-Mural Cemetery there 1 
June 1857. . Wil1 dated 13 
July 1 84 1 with two codicils, 
dated respectively 25 April 1846 
and January 1851, proved at 
London 25 November 1857. 



ebecca, youngest dau. of the Rev. Vyner Snell, 
B.D., by Margaret his wife, youngest dau. and 
coheir of Peter Hall of Leventhorpe, by Faith his 
wife, 2nd dau. and only child to leave issue of 
Thomas Pawnay of Selby and Sutton Coldfield, 
and sister and coheir of John Dawnay of Gray's 
Inn ; born at her father's rectory of Doddington, 
Isle of Ely, 11 February, bapt at Doddington 
Rectory 12 February, received into the Church 
12 March 1738; marr. at St. George's, Blooms- 
bury, 28 November 1768; died at Wanstead 22 
August, in the 75th year of her age, bur. there 31 
August 1812. MX disappeared. Will dated 19 
January 1 800 with codicil, proved at London 7 
November 1 812 by Archibald Paris, the son, and 
Thomas Harvey, son-in-law, the Ez'ors. 

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: Margaret Jane, only dau. of Richard 
Lee of Leeds (nephew of John Lee, 
M.P., Attorney-General), Treasurer 
or Receiver-General of Yorkshire, 
by Jane his wife, 3rd dau. of William 
Fenton of Roth well; born March 
1778, bapt. at Mill Hill Chapel, 
Leeds; marr. at Leeds Parish Church 
21 July 1798 5 died at Trent Lodge, 
near Barnet, aged 87, bur. at Christ 
Church, Trent, 27 July 1865. M.I. 
Will dated 7 January 1865, proved 
at London 9 Aug. 1865 by Charles 
Snell Paris, the son and Ex'or. 



John Paris, died 3 Sep- 
tember, in the nth 
year of his age, bur. at 
Wanstead 7 September 
1782. 

Rebecca, died unmarr., 
bur. at Wanstead 28 
June 1 83 1. 

Margaret, died unmarr., 
bur. at Wanstead 12 
May 1835. 



Richard Ross Paris, 
born 9 May 1799, 
entered as a Pen- 
sioner at Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge, 18 
Oct., and as a Fel- 
low Commoner 20 
Oct 1823; called to 
the Bar at the Middle 
Temple 26 Nov. 
1830 ; died a bache- 
lor 9 March, bur. at 
Charlton Cemetery, 
co. Kent, 14 March 
1879. *f •!• 



John Henry Paris, 
born 7 July, bapt. at 
Enfield, 00. Middx., 15 
Aug. 1800, of Christ 
Church Coll., Oxford, 
matriculated 26 May 
1819, aged 18, after- 
wards (1823) a Fellow 
Commoner of Down- 
ing Coll., Cambridge j 
died a bachelor at 
Lizieux, Calvados, 
Normandy, 5 January 
1828, bur. there. 



Thomas Paris of Greenwood, near Monken Hadley, 
at one time Captain in the Herts Yeomanry Cavalry, 
born at Beech Hill 1802 5 marr. 1st, at Welford, co. 
Northants, 4 April 1837, Mary Eleanor Payne, sister 
of George Payne of Sulby Hall, co. Northants, and 
dau. of Rene* Payne, by Mary Eleanor his wife, dau. 
of Ralph William Grey of Back worth, by Elizabeth 
Brandling his wife ; she died at Highgate. He marr. 
2ndly, at Marylebone Church, 20 February 1867, 
Charlotte, dau. of Walter Ramsden Fawkes of 
Farnley, M.P. 5 born 15 June 1807. He died s.p. 
16 January, aged 86, bur. in Ramsgate Cemetery 
20 January 1888. M.I. Charlotte his 2nd wife 
died 8 August, bur. in Ramsgate Cemetery xi Au- 
gust 1887. M.I. 



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Thomas Harvey of Mintiaghs, co. Done-=^Maria, 

gal, and 16 Portland Place, 3rd and 
youngest son of John Harvey, by Eliza- 
beth Scott his wife; born at Molenan, 
near Londonderry, 1757} inherited a 
fortune under the will of Archibald Ross 
of St. Petersburg, formerly of Londonderry, 
said will bearing date 9 September 1785 ; 
died at Belmont, near East Barnet, 8 No- 
vember, aged 62, bur. with hatchment 
at Wanstead 15 November 1819. M.I. 
Will dated 25 February, with codicil 6 
October, proved at London 24 December 
1819. 

{See Harvey Pedigree, Vol. /., page 6.) 



bapt. at 
Wanstead 9 April 
1772; marr. there 
4 May 17895 
died at Purbrook, 
co. Hants, aged 
70, bur. at Far- 
lington 18 May 
1841. M.I. Will 
dated 30 Janu- 
ary 1838, proved 
at London 4 June 
1841. 



Charles Paris, died 16 March, in 
the 3rd year of his age, bur. at 
Wanstead 17 March 1777. 

Elizabeth, bapt. at Wanstead 31 
August 1775 $ marr. at Wanstead 
3 February 1798, Francis James 
Houssemayne Du Boulay of the 
parish of St. John, Hackney, after- 
wards of Forest House, Wahham- 
stow; he died at Bath 28 October, 
aged 69, bur. at Wanstead $ No- 
vember 1828. M.I. She died 19 
July, aged 38, bur. at Wanstead 
27 July 18 14. 



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Jane Eliza, born at 
Beech Hill Park 6 
August, bapt. at En- 
field 3 Oct. 18035 
died unmarr. at 
Trent Lodge 7 Jan., 
bur. at Christ Ch., 
Trent, 12 Jan. 1892. 
Will dated 8 June 
1885, with codicil 5 
March 1890, proved 
at London 4 Febru- 
ary 1892. 



John Harvey, born at St. Petersburg, 23 Jul 
O.S., 4 Aug. N.S., bapt. at the British Embassy 
Chapel (English Church) there 19 Aug. O.S., 
31 Aug. N.S. 1792; educated at Harrow and 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge, B.A. 1814, M.A. 
181 7 5 called to the Bar at the Middle Temple 
1 8 16, went the Northern Circuits died at 
Chaseley, near Rugeley, 12 Feb., aged 63, 
bur. at Rugeley 18 Feb. 1856. M.I. Clon- 
many, co. Donegal. Will dated 26 June 1 855, 
proved at London 23 April 1856, at Dublin 
on or about 2 Oct. 1856 5 a 2nd probate taken 
out at Loudon 24 June 1884. 

(See Harvey Pedigree, Vol. /., page 6.) 



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Mary, born at 
Beech Hill Park 24 
March, bapt. there 18 
May 1807 5 marr. at En- 
field 16 November 1831 $ 
died at Goldington Hall, 
near Bedford, 13 April, 
aged 77, bur. with hatch- 
ment at Bolnhurst 17 
April 1884. Will dated 
18 Nov. 1879, proved at 
London 9 May 1884, 



Henry Charles Paris, born at Hawerby 
12 December 1851, bapt. there same 
day ; educated at Haileybury 5 died un- 
marr. at Trent Lodge 3 March, bur. at 
Christ Church, Trent, 7 March 1874. 
M.I. 

Edith Laura, born at Hawerby 27 
February, bapt there 14 April 1853 5 
marr. at St. James's, Piccadilly, 5 July 
1876, William Knight Hamilton Ram- 
say White, 2nd son of Sir Thomas 
Woollaston White, Bart (born at Wal- 
ling Wells 23 January 1834, bapt. at 
Carlton), by his 2nd wife Mary Eu- 
phemia, dau. of William Ramsay of 
Gogar, co. Edinburgh. 



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Herbert George=f=Marie, youngest 
Paris, Lieuten- dau. of Yor^en 
ant R.N., born Henrik Kieding 
at Hawerby 25 of Bergen, Nor- 
April, bapt. way; born in 
there 3 July 1870 ; man*, at 
1854. Bergen, 14 Jan. 

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Charles Nicholay Paris, born at 
20 Patrick Street, Greenock, 
September 1892, bapt at the 
Episcopal Church there 19 Oc- 
tober 1892. 



Helen Constance, 
born at Hawerby x 
July, bapt there 27 
Sept 1055$ marr. 
at St James's, 
Piccadilly, 5 April 
1883, Francis El- 
liott Walker, for- 
merly Lieutenant 
R.N. (3rd son of 
Admiral Sir Bald- 
win Wake Walker, 
Bart, K.C.B.), 
born at Westbourne 
Terrace 9 March, 
bapt. at Padding- 
ton 2j June 18 j i. 



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Thomas Paris, bapt. 
at Wanstead 9 March 
1777; died 30 De- 
cember 1784, in the 
7th year of his age, 
bur. there 5 Janu- 
ary 1785. M.I. de- 
stroyed. 



Sophia, bapt. at Wan-= 
stead 21 September 
1778; marr. at Wan- 
stead 14 August 1827; 
died s.p. 5 December, 
aged 58, bur. at Ar- 
kesden in the vault be- 
neath the altar of the 
chancel 15 December 
1840. M.I. 1st wife. 



s Richard Birch- Wolfe of Wood Hall, Arkesden, co. 
Essex, High Sheriff 1836, Chairman of Quarter 
Sessions; marr. 2ndly, Emily, dau. of William 
Willan, widow of Rev. Primatt Knapp, M.A., of 
Magdalen Coll., Oxford ; she died s.p. at Gower 
House, Pevensey Road, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 2 
October, bur. at the Cemetery, Hastings, 6 October 
1879. M.I. at Arkesden. He died 29 March 
1859, in the 67th year of his age. 



Fanny, born at Beech Hill Park 16 August,=r=Richard Fawkes, Major 27th 
bapt. at Enfield 9 November 18 jo ; marr. Enniskillens (4th son of 
at Christ Church, Trent, 4 December 1839 Walter Ramsden Fawkes of 
(the first marriage celebrated in that church) ; Farnley , M. P. for Yorkshire) , 
died at 2 Seymour Street, Portman Square, born 26 July 1809, educated 
17 January, bur. at Kensal Green Cemetery at Eton.* 
21 January 1893. zjs 



Charles Snell Paris, 
born at Beech Hill 
Park 15 May, bapt. 
at Enfield 15 July 
1812. 



Rev. Archibald Paris, M.A. Corpus^=Carolinej 
Christi College, Cambridge, born 18 
January, bapt. at Beech Hill Park 21 
July 181 7, Rector of Hawerby, co. 
Lincoln, afterwards Rector of Ludgvan, 
co. Cornwall ; died at Bath 25 October, 
bur. in the Lansdowne Cemetery 29 
October 1861. M.I. 



2nd dau. of the 
Rev. Sir Henry Delves- 
Broughton, Bart. 5 born 16, 
bapt. at Eccleshall, co. 
Stafford, 19 February 1820 j 
marr. at Broughton, co. 
Stafford, 27 February 185 1 -, 
died at Lackbam House 
28 July, aged 43, bur. at 
Laycock, co. Wilts, 1 Au- 
gust 1863. M.I. 



Charlotte, born at Beech 
Hill Park 5 marr. at North 
Mymms, co. fjerts, 10 
August 1853, Stanley Per- 
cival of the Hermitage, 
near Woking, born at 
Childwall Abbey 21 Sep- 
tember, bapt. 10 Novem- 
ber 1820. 



Mildred Caroline, born at 
Ludgvan 7 March, bapt. 
there 5 April 1857 ; marr. 
at Holt, near Worcester, 1 
January 1880, Rowland 
Comyns Berkeley of Cothe- 
ridge Court, co. Worcester, 
son of Rev. William 
Comyns Berkeley of Cothe- 
ridge Court (who died 
1885) 3 born at Harling- 
ton Rectory, co. Middx., 
8 June, bapt. at Harlington 
17 July 184^ 

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Archibald Paris, born 27 August, bapt Archibald 2 
at Ludgvan 12 December 1858 j died 16 Paris, Cap- 
December 1859, bur. at Ludgvan in a tain Royal 
grave close to the church between the MarineAr- 
south door and the chancel door, but no tillery,bora 
record of burial in the Parish Register. at Bath 9 
— November 

Rhoda Mary, born at Ludgvan 10 April, 1861 $ edu- 
bapt. there 3 July i860 ; marr. at Christ cated at 
Church, Trent, 5 August 1884, Charles Eton. 
William Dalbiac, a younger son of the 
late Henry Eardley Aylmer Dalbiac of 
Durrington, co. Sussex, by Mary his 
wife, 5th dau. of Sir Henry Mainwar- 
ing, Bart, of Over Peover, co. Chester 5 
born at 3 Chester Place, Hyde Park 
Square, 13 May 1852. 



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-Lilian Jean, 
youngerdau. 
of Colonel 
Henry Mel- 
vill, 7th Ben- 
gal Cavalry; 
born in 
1 861 5 marr. 
at Farnham 
3 September 
1885. 



Archibald Paris, bom at Southsea 
29 May, bapt. at St. Simon's, 
Southsea, 30 June 1890. 



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Arms horn* by Thomas Percival, M.D., F.R.S., of Manchester.— Argent, on a chief 

indented rules three crosses patee of the field. 
Crest. — A buck's head couped proper. 
Motto usod by Dr. Percival, and Stanley Orred Percival of Hart Hill, co. Lancaster, 

and Bridgefoot House, co. Middlesex, JJ>. — Sub cruce Candida. 



Thomas Peroral, M.D., F.R.S., and A.S., of 
Chester, and son of Joseph Percival, by Margaret his 
wife, dau. of Daniel Orred, and nephew of Thomas 
Percival, M.D., senior (who died 12 January 1750, in 
the 60th year of his age, bur. at Warrington) 5 born 
29 September 1740 5 Doctor's Diploma from Great 
College of Leyden, where he was Student (his grand- 
father before him was a Pupil of the famous Boer- 
have of Leyden) ; 1st President of the Lit. and Phil. 
Society of Manchester $ Member of Royal Societies 
of Paris and Lyons $ of the Medical Society of Lon- 
don, and Aix in Provence 5 of the American Academy 
of Arts, etc. ; died at his house in Manchester 30 Au- 
gust, in his 64th year, bur. at Warrington 3 Septem- 
ber 1804. M.I. 



Man-=7=Elizabeth, dan. and heir of Nathaniel 
Bassnett, by Ann May his wife; born n 
May 1747 ; marr. at St. George's Church, 
Liverpool, 24 March 1766; died at her 
house in Marlborough Buildings, Bath 
17 January 1822, in her 75th year. 




Rev. Thomas Bassnett Perci-= 
val, LL.B., eldest son, M.A. 
St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 
born at Warrington, Sunday, 
22 February 1767, bapt. there 
(entered in Coll. Ch., Man- 
chester in 1 796) 3 Chaplain 
to the Marquis of Waterford 
and to the British Embassy, 
St. Petersburg, 16 Septem- 
ber 1792 5 died at St. Peters- 
burg 16 May O.S. (27 May 
N.S.) 1798, bur. in the 
Smolensk Cemetery. M.I. 
Winwick Church, co. Lan- 
caster. 



: Harriet (Henrietta), dau. of Rich- 
ard Cozens and Margaret (Bosan- 
quet) his wife j bom at St. Peters- 
burg 9 March O.S. (21 March 
N.S.) 1767; marr. at the Chapel 
of the British Embassy, St Peters- 
burg, 23 February 17955 died and 
bur. there February 1829. Rich- 
ard Cozens, born in Hampshire 
29 May 1674, the father of the 
above-named Richard Cozens, left 
England for Russia in 1698 with 
Peter the Great, as his Ship-master ; 
he is said to have arrived in Russia 
in 1 700 ; he died in the town of 
Archangel and was bur. there 11 
December 1736, "aged 6% years, 
6 months, and 12 days." 



Ann, eldest dau., born at 
Manchester, Friday, 22 Janu- 
ary 1768 ; marr. at the Col- 
legiate Church (now the Ca- 
thedral), Manchester, by the 
Rev. T. B. Percival, 24 June 
1 79 1, Nathaniel Hey wood, 
Merchant of Liverpool and 
Banker at Manchester; he 
died 2 April 18 15, aged 56. 
His eldest son Benjamin 
Hey wood, F.R.S., was created 
a Baronet 9 August 1838. 



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Harriet, eldest dan., born at St. 
Petersburg 1 January O.S. (13 
Jan. N.S.) 1796, baptism entered 
in Coll. Church, Manchester, 
Register; marr. at the British 
Embassy Chapel, 3 Tune O.S. (15 
June N.S.) 1822, John Jubb; died 
11 August, bur. at the Smolensk 
Cemetery 15 August 1835. 



Rev. Thomas Cozens Percival, only son, Elizabeth, born 
M.A. Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1819, at St. Peters- 
born at Manchester 18 March, bapt. at burg 27 Octo- 
Coll. Church there 17 April 1797$ edu- ber 1798, bapt. 
cated at Charter House $ Rector of Barn- there 4 January 
burgh 1848, Canon of Southwell, formerly 1799; died un- 
it ector of Horseheath 1825 ; died s.p. at marr. 6 March, 
Leeds, bur. at Barnburgh 23 July 1863. bur. at Barn- 
Letters of adm'on granted in August burgh 9 March 
1863 to Rev. Henry Jubb the nephew. 1863. 



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PORTRAIT OP DR. PCROIVAL, M.D., F R.3. 

OOP1EO FROM A SILHOUETTE IN THE POSSESSION OP 

HI8 GRANDSON, FREOERIO PCRCIVAL, OF 8OUTHFIEL0, 

BIOKLEY, KENT. 



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Fanny, born at Manchester, Satur- 
day, 10 December 1768} died 
at Marlborough Buildings, Bath, 
Tuesday, 12 March, in the 43rd 
year of her age, bur. at Weston 
18 March 181 1. 

James Percival, born at Manches- 
ter, Wednesday, 13 December 
1769 5 died at South Bridge, Edin- 
burgh, Saturday, 23 February 
1793, in the 24th year of his age, 
bur. at the Chapel of Ease, Bristow 
Street, on the Thursday following. 



George Bassnett Percival, 
born at Manchester, Friday, 
24 May 1 771 ; died at his 
lodgings at Burton, co. Cum- 
berland, 9 April, in the 34th 
year of his age, bur. at Whar- 
ton, co. Westmoreland, on 
Sunday, 14 April 1805. 

Margaret, born at Manches- 
ter, Thursday,' 8 July 17 73 5 
died at Leamington 19 Janu- 
ary, aged 72, bur. in the Parish 
Church 25 January 1845. 



Eliza, born at Manchester, 
Friday, 4 August 1775 j died 
at Marlborough Buildings, 
Bath, Wednesday, 25 Novem- 
ber, in the 33rd year of her 
age, bur. at Weston, Friday, 
4 December 1807. 

Maria, born at Manchester, 
Thursday, 12 June 1777; 
died Monday, 15 May, in the 
3rd year of her age, bur. in 
Chapel Yard, Warrington, 18 
May 1780. 



Stanley Fer-^Charlotte, youngest 



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Elizabeth, born at 
Mosley Dale, near 
Liverpool, 31 
March, bapt 18 
April 1816} died 
at Hart Hill, Al- 
lerton, 10 April, 
bur. in the family 
vault at Child wall 
Church, co. Lan- 
caster, ij April 
1836. 



Lucy Harriett, born in Liverpool 20 Jan., 
bapt. 31 March 181 8; died in infancy, 
bur. in the old family vault, Parish Church 
of Warrington, 31 July 1818. 

Fanny, born in Liverpool 28 May, bapt. 
22 Sept. 1819 j marr. at South Mymms, 
13 February 1866, Thomas Le Mesurier 
Winter, born at Shenley Hill, co. Herts, 
26 March 1809; died at Brookmead, 
Dorking, co. Surrey, 27 November, bur. 
at Shenley, 2 December 1876. 



cival of the 
Hermitage, 
near Wok- 
ing, born at 
Childwall 
Abbey 21 
September, 
bapt 10 
November 
1820. 



Rev. Stanley Edward Per- 
cival of Corpus Christi 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1877, M.A. 1881, Incum- 
bent of Merriot, co. Somer- 
set, born at Bridgefoot 
House, Sunday, 7 May, 
bapt at South Mymms 25 
June 1854. 



Alan Heywood (wrongly entered in 
Register as Hayward) Percival, born at 
Shenley Bury, co. Herts, 29 December 
1855, bapt. at Shenley 29 February 
1856. 

Margaret Ellen, born at Shenley Bury 
4 December 1858, bapt. in the Chapel 
of Ease, Shenley, 26 January 1859. 

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dau. of Archibald 
Paris, formerly of 
Beech Hill Park; 
born there; marr. 
at North Mymms 
10 August 1853. 



Archibald Stanley Percival, 
M.R.C.S., England, 1886, 
M.A. Trinity College, 
Cambridge, 1888, born at 
Bridgefoot House 1 April, 
bapt. at South Mymms 13 
May 1862. Now (1894) 
of Newcastle-on-Tyne. 



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ward Bayley Percival, bom Thursday, 
14 July 1778 } died 2$ May 1780, in the 
2nd year of his age, bur. at Warrington in 
the same vault with his sister. 

Maria, born at Manchester, Friday, 23 
March 1781; died at Bath 6 April, aged 
5a, bur. at Weston 13 April 1833. 



Edward Cropper PercivaJ,=f=Sophia, dau. of George 
M.B., born at Manchester ~" 
21 May 1783, bapt. about 
five weeks afterwards ; 
died at Lambridge House, 
Bath, in the evening of 
23 September, aged 36, 
bur. at Weston 29 Sep- 
tember 1819. 



Elizabeth Sophia, born in Dublin 12 October, bapt 
14 October 18105 died at Bath 18 November, 
in the 7th year of her age, bur. at Weston 22 No- 
vember 1816. 

Anna, born in Dublin 17 October, bapt. 13 No- 
vember 181 1; marr. Charles Stephen Hill; she 
died in London 8 October 1833, bur. in the vault 
of St. Pancras Church; he marr. a 2nd wife 
Susan Louisa Hovy of Bordeaux, who died at 
Oak Grange, Beckenham, bur. at Elmersend 
Cemetery, co. Kent, 30 October 1889; he died 
at Oak Grange 17 April, bur. at Elmersend Ce- 
metery 22 April 189 1. 

Edward Gledstanes Percival, E.I.C.S., born in 
Dublin 8 Nov., bapt aa November 181 a; died 
s.p. in the lsfe of Wight, aged 19, bur. at Bin- 
stead, near Ryde, 4 August 1831. 



Thomas Percival, 
E.I.C.S., born in 
Dublin aa April, 
bapt. 18 June 
1 8 14; died s.p. at 
Poona, India, 1833. 



Charlotte Geor- 
gian^ born in 
Dublin 24 March, 
bapt. 13 April 
1816; died at 
Bath 9 January, 
bur. with her 
sister at Weston 
13 January 1818. 



Gledstanes 5 marr. 19 
October 1809. After 
the death of her children 
she resided with her son- 
in-law Charles Stephen 
Hill at Hertford; she 
died there 7 December 
1866. 



Elizabeth Sophia, bora 
at Bath 4 January 1818, 
bapt. at Walcot; died 
unmarr., aged 17, bur. 
at Binstead, near Ryde, 
20 May 1835. 



Charlotte, born at Ryde 
1 August 18 19, bapt 
privately 6 April 1820; 
died an infant at Bath, 
bur. with her father at 
Weston 7 January 1820. 



Mana, born at Stape- 
lands 16 September 
1824, bapt 10 Feb. 
1825; died 14 July, 
bur. in the family vault 
at Childwall 18 July 
1825. 

Charles Henry Percival, 
born at Stapelands 14 
November, bapt. 24 
Dec. 1825, received 
into the Church 21 
September 1829. 



Edward France Percival, 
M. A. of Brasenose Col- 
lege, Oxford, Barrister- 
at-Law, born in Liver- 
pool 17 November 1821, 
bapt 23 March 1822 ; 
died s.p. in Dublin 12 
September, bur. in the 
family vault, Childwall, 
West Derby, 15 Sep- 
tember 1849. 



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Frederic Percival 1 
of Southfield, Bick- 
ley, co. Kent, born 
at Stapelands, near 
Liverpool, 16 July, 
bapt. at West Der- 
by 22 November 
1823. 



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: Elizabeth Frances dim- 
ming, youngest dau. of 
George Durant Gum- 
ming of Upper Tooting, 
co. Surrey, formerly of 
High Canons, co. Hert- 
ford, and granddau. of 
Monsignor Christin, 
Ambassadeur 1807, of 
Yverdon, Canton Vaud, 
Switzerland ; born at 
Upper Tooting 14 June 
1840, bapt. at Streatham 
Parish Ch. \ marr. there, 
by the Rev. James Stan- 
ley Percival, 6 Dec. i860. 



Harold Stanley Per- 
cival, born at South- 
field 6 September, 
bapt at St George's, 
Bickley, xi October 
1868. 



Florence Mary Elizabeth 
Labouchexe, born at 
Southfield 6 June, bapt. 
at St Nicholas, Chiste- 
hurst, xo July 1870. 



Madelaine Marie, bom at 
Southfield 21 June, bapt 
at the Church of the 
Annunciation, Chisle- 
hurst, 20 July 1873. 



Lucy Irene Thelwall, 
born at Southfield 28 
September, bapt. at 
St George's, Bick- 
ley, 28 November 
1880. 



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Harriet, born at Man- 
chester 25 October, 
bapt there 20 Novem- 
ber 1784; died at 
Bath 1 December, 
aged 67, bur. at Wes- 
ton 5 December 1851. 



Stanley Orred PercivaJ, formerly of=j=£lizabeth t 3rd dan. of Thomas 



Hart Hill, co. Lancaster, and of Bridge- 
foot House, co. Herts, afterwards of 27 
Holland Park, Kensington, born at 
Manchester 17 February at noon, bapt 
there 9 April 1789; died at Holland 
Park 23 August, bur. in Norwood Ce- 
metery 28 August 1877. 



France (formerly Hayhurst) of 
Bostock Hall, Davenham, co. 
Chester, by Elizabeth Cropper 
his wife 5 marr. at Davennam 
1 August 1815$ died 6 June, 
bur. in Norwood Cemetery ix 
June 1873. 



Thomas Helier Perci- 
val of 10 Hans Place, 
S.W., born at Stape- 
lands 27 March 1827, 
bapt. 2i Sept. 1829 ; 
marr. at St. Mary's 
Church, Glasgow, 5 
December 1883, Louisa 
Sarah, dau. of Peter 
Macnaughtan ; born at 
Ashton, co. Renfrew, 
6 November, 1858, 
bapt. there. 



Clara, dau. : 
of Rev. 
Edward 
Haughton 
Johnson of 
Aldwick, 
Bognor, co. 
Sussex 5 
marr. at 
Pagham, 
near Bog- 
nor, 18 July 
1857; died 
at Pau 28 
March 
1863, bur. 
there. 1st 
wife. 



r^Rev. James Stanley Perci- 3 
val, bom at Hart Hill, near 
Liverpool, 14 January 1832, 
bapt. 26 January 1833, In- 
cumbent of Freefolk, co. 
Hants, 1 861, afterwards of 
St. Mark's, Peterborough 5 
died 22 December, bur. at 
Peterborough Cemetery 26 
December 1873. 



-Charlotte Isabella, youngest 
dau. of the Hon. and Rev. 
Arthur Philip Perceval, son 
of the 2nd Earl of Egmont, 
and Chaplain to the Queen 5 
born 21 Dec. 1837, bapt at 
East Horsley 25 January 
1838 5 marr. at Bramdean, 
co. Hants, 25 January 
1865 ; died at Peterborough 
15 August, bur. at Peter- 
borough Cemetery, 20 Au- 
gust 1877. 2nd wife. 




Rev. Charles James Percival, M.A. of Emmanuel=pMabel Mercer, dau 



College, Cambridge, born at Bridgefoot House 3 No- 
vember, bapt. at South Mymms 5 December 1858, 
Vicar of Nassington-cum-Yarwell, Wansford, co. 
Northants. 



Helier George Percival, 
born at Lyddington, co. 
Rutland, 12 June, bapt 
there 21 July 1888. 



of Peter Macnaugh- 
tan of Glasgow ; 
born 8 December 
1862; marr. at St. 
Mary's Church, 
Glasgow, 10 No- 
vember 1886. 



Arthur Stanley Per- 
cival, 2nd son, born 
2 January, bapt at 
Bramdean 12 Fe- 
bruary i860; died 
1 May 1882, bur. at 



Julia Mabel, born 
at Lyddington 28 
June, bapt there 
3 August 1889. 



Vera Dorothy, born 
25 April, bapt. at Nas- 
sington 2 June 1891. 



Violet Sarah, born 29 
January, bapt at Nas- 
sington 2j March 
1894. 



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Elizabeth Sophia, born at Hart Hill 16 May, bapt. at Childwall 17 June 1836; marr. at South 
Mymros, 4 October 1 866, her kinsman Benjamin Arthur Heywood, son of Richard Hey wood of 
Banner House, Bath, by his 1st wife Jane, dau. of William Magee, D.D., Archbishop of Dublin, 
and Elizabeth Moulson his wife, a niece of Dr. Percival 3 born 19 May, bapt at Walcot Church, 
Bath, 19 June 1835. 



Alice Mary, bom= 
at Freefolk, co. 
Hants, 18 June, 
bapt there 15 
July 1866; marr. 
at St Nicholas, 
Guildford, 19 
January 189a. 



: Rev. William Arthur Green, 
son of Rev. William Green 
of Goadby, 00. Leicester; 
Don-Coll., matriculated 22 
January 1876, B.A. 1884; 
born 20 October, bapt. at 
Goadby 29 November 1856. 



Aubrey Philip 
Percival, B.A. 
Exeter Coll., 
Oxford, born 
13 May, bapt. 
at Quinton 7 
June 1868. 



Evelyn Maud, born 19 Oct., 
bapt. at Brayneld, Northants, 
27 November 1870 3 died 4 
October, bur. at St. Mark's, 
Surbiton, 8 October 1885. 

Dorothy Kate, born 3 May, 
bapt. at St Mark's, Peter- 
borough, 16 June 1872. 



Hugh Reginald Percival, 3rd 
son, born at Freefolk 12 De- 
cember j 861, bapt. there 19 
January 1862 j died 12 April, 
bur. in Freefolk Churchyard 
19 April 1862. 



Herbert France Percival,= 
4th son, born at Pau 7 
March, bapt there 4 
April 1863. 



: Mary Jane, only dau. of Joseph Comes" 
of Crudgington Grange, co. Salop; 
born at Manchester 26 August, bapt 
at Manchester Cathedral 23 September 
18C9; marr. at Waters Upton, co. 
Top, 3 August 1887. 



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Geoffrey James France Percival, born 
at Waters Upton 30 June, bapt there 
10 August 1890. 



Sybil Mary France, born at Waters 
Upton 19 July, bapt. there 24 July 
1892. 




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Arms on record in the 
College of Arms. — Ermine, a 
cross moline gules between 
four hurts. 

Crest. — A grjphon's head 
ermine, wings indorsed er- 
minois, gorged with a collar 
azure, therefrom pendent a 
cross as in the Arms. 

Afotto.—Persererando. 



Bugbalf of <?rtfftn, *latfebum, 
to. iantaster. 



Thomas Dngdale of Griffin Lodge, Blackburn, J.P. and D.L.yEKzabeth, only sur 



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■, 4th son of Nathaniel Dugdale 



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of Great Harwood and Oakenshaw, Clayton-le-Moors, co. Lan- 
caster, by Ellen his wife, dau. of John Smalley of Smalley 
Thorn, Great Harwood 5 born at Oakenshaw 14 May, bapt at 
St. James's Church, Altham, 19 May 1797 j died at Griffin 
Lodge, Blackburn, 17 March, bur. in the Family Vault in the 
Blackburn Cemetery 20 March 1875. Will dated 12 March 
1875, proved at Lancaster J4 June 1875 by Adam Dugdale 
and James Boardman Dugdale, sons, and James Dngdale, 
nephew, the Executors. (Register CD., 1875, fo * &*•) 




Robert Dugdale, 
born at Blackburn 
26 April 1825 ; 
died 10 Tune, bur. 
in Family Vault at 
St Bartholomew's 
Church, Great 
Harwood, ax June 
18*6. 



viving child of Tho- 
mas and Dorothy 
Walmsley of Black- 
burn; bornat Black- 
burn 30 March 
1800 } marr. at 
Parish Ch., Black- 
burn, 13 March 
1824; died at Grif- 
fin Lodge, Black- 
burn, 9 April, bur. 
in Family Vault in 
the Blackburn Ce- 
metery 16 April 
1866. Willdatedia 
June 1865, proved 
at Lancaster 8 De- 
cember 1866 by 
Thomas Dugdale 
and Adam Dugdale, 
sons, power being 
reserved to James 
Boardman Dugdale, 
son, the other Exe- 
cutor named. (Re- 
gister CD., No. 6, 
1866, fo. 1491.) 



Mary, born at Blackburn 29 March 1827 $ 
marr. at Parish Church, Blackburn, 14 Octo- 
ber 1847, Milcs Rodgett of Sandford, Ware- 
ham, co. Dorset, J.P. for Dorset, and son 
of Miles Rodgett of Darwen Bank, Walton- 
le-Dale, co. Lancaster; born near Preston ax 
April 18x8; he died at Sandford 6 June, 
bur. at St Mary's Church, Wareham, 10 
June i88». No 1 



Ellen, born at Black- 
burn 9 February 
1829^ marr. at Parish 
Church, Blackburn, 
4 June 1851 ; died 
in London 4 Jane, 
bur. at St. George's 
Church, Tyldesley, 8 
June 1891. 



: James Burton of Hil- 
ton House, Prestwich, 
co. Lancaster, and son 
of James Burton of 
Tyldesley, co. Lan- 
caster -, born 13 March 
1 8 19 ; died at Dawliah, 
co. Devon, 9 April, 
bur. at St. George's 
Church, Tyldesley, 15 
April 1865. 



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Thomas Dugdale of Cross Hill, Blackburn, born at=y=Ellen, only surviving= Henry Williams 
Blackburn 18 May 183 1 j died intestate 19 February, 
bur. in the Family Vault in the Blackburn Cemetery 
24 February 1874. 1st husband. 




child of Joshua Apple- 
yard of Clare Hall, 
Halifax, co. York ; 
born 29 September 
1838; marr. at Parish 
Churchy Halifax, 14 
November 186*1$ re- 
marr. at St Mark's 
Church, Witton, co. 
Lancaster, 24 Novem- 
ber 1875. 



Moor Park, 
Harrogate, 
born 23 Septem- 
ber 1842. 2nd 
husband. 



Elizabeth Sarah, bom at Mill 
Hill, Blackburn, 18 September 
1862, bapt. at St. Mark's 
Church, Witton, co. Lancaster, 
9 February 1863 ; died at Mill 
Hill 5 November, bur. in Family 
Vault in Blackburn Cemetery 
9 November 1863. 



Mary Ellen, born at Mill HuVpFrancis Dickson Wise of North 



Blackburn, 22 November 1863, 
bapt. at St. Mark's Church, 
Witton, co. Lancaster, 28 July 
1864; marr. at St. Michael's 
and All Angels' Church, Beck- 
withshaw, co. York, %% July 
1891. 



Lodge, Ripon, co. York, elder 
son of Samuel Wise of North 
Lodge, Ripon 1 born at North 
Lodge, Ripon, 29 November 
1842, bapt at Ripon Cathe- 
dral 9 January 1843. 



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Adam Dugdale of Griffin^Amj Agnes, elder dan. of Thomas Harrison of West Hill, Staley- 
Lodge, Blackburn, born at bridge; bom at Rivers Vale, Baxdsley, co. Lancaster, 3 December 
Blackburn 19 October 1852$ marr. at St Paul's Church, Stayley, co. Chester, 17 June 
1833 $ J.P. co. Lancaster. 1875. 



Hilda, bom at 
Griffin Lodge, 
Blackburn, 31 
March, bapt 
at St Mark's 
Church, Wit- 
too, co. Lan- 
caster,^ June 
1876. 



Adam Norman 
dale, born at Griffin 
Lodge, Blackburn, 8 
July, bapt at St 
Mark's Church, Wit- 
ton, co. Lancaster, 2 
October 1877. 



Amy Bessie, born 
at Griffin Lodge, 
Blackburn, *a De- 
cember 1878, 
bapt at St Mark's 
Church, Witton, 
co. Lancaster, 14 
June 1879. 



Thomas Gilbert 
Dugdale, born 
at Griffin Lodge, 
Blackburn, % 
March, bapt at 
St Mark's Ch., 
Witton, co. Lan- 
caster, 19 April 
1880. 



Edith Muriel, born 
at Griffin Lodge, 
Blackburn, 3 Fe- 
bruary, bapt. at St 
Philip's Church, 
Grimn,Blackburn, 
30 March i88». 



Annie, bom at Mill 
Hill, Blackburn, 5 
October, bapt at 
Parish Church, Hali- 
fax, co. York, 



{oha Appleyard Dugdale of Cross Hill, Blackburn, born at Cross HOI, 
lackburn, 6 August 1869, bapt at St. Mark's Church, Witton, co. Lan- 
caster, 24 April 1870. 



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Elizabeth, born at Black-^Richard Bashall Rodgett of West Qiffe, 



burn 31 January 1836$ 
marr. at St Mark's 
Church, Witton, co. Lan- 
caster, 30 January 1861. 



Preston, co. Lancaster, youngest son of 
Miles Rodgett of Darwen Bank, Walton- 
le-Dale, co. Lancaster; born at Preston 18 
March 1829 ; died at West Cliff e 2 Janu- 
ary, bur. at St Leonard's Church, Walton- 
le-Dale 6 January 1862. 



Nathaniel Dugdale, born 
at Blackburn 20 April 
1838; died 29 May, bur. 
in the Family Vault at St 
Bartholomew's Church, 
Great Harwood, 4 June 
1839. 



Anne, born at Blackburn 3 
24 April 1840 j marr. at 
St Mark's Church, Wit- 
ton, co. Lancaster, 28 
September 187 ij died 
at Helsby Vicarage, co. 
Chester, 25 September, 
bur. in Family Vault in 
Blackburn Cemetery 30 
September 1886. 



Clara Dorothy, born 
at Blackburn 28 Au- 
1846; died 21 
Lay, bur. in Family 
Vault at St. Bartholo- 
mew's Church, Great 
Harwood, 27 May 
1848. 



'William Theodoric Vale, 
Vicar of St Paul's Church, 
Helsby, co. Chester, eld- 
est son of James Theo- 
doric Vale, M.D., of 
Talbot House, Claughton, 
Birkenhead, co. Chester ; 
born at Upton, near Bir- 
kenhead, 25 February 
1835. 



I 
James Boardman 
Dugdale of Sand- 
ford, Wareham, 
co. Dorset, born 
at Blackburn 29 
April 1843; J.P. 
co. Dorset. 






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Arms en record in the College 
ef Arm*.— Quarterly or and 
gules, two lions passant in chief 
and as many mullets of six 
points in base, within a bordure 
engrailed, all counterchanged. 

Crest. — A lion's jamb erect 
and erased azure, gutte* d'eau, 
between two mullets of six 
points asure. 

Jfrffo.— Salut a tons. 



Aritton of Bristol aifo 
Litton £ott*r, tfnfteto, 



William Simon Britton of Caer Brito,nj=Cardme, 
Ashler Hill, in parish of St. Paul, 
Bristol (son and heir of Daniel Brit- 
ton of Ashley Hill, by Mary Anne 
his wife, dan. of William Maillard of 
Bristol) 5 born 14 January, bapt. at 
St Mary, Redcliffe, Bristol, 8 Febru- 
ary 1813$ died 10 October, bur. at 
Arno's Vale Cemetery, Bristol, 17 Oc- 
tober 1874. M.I. Will dated 25 Au- 
gust 1857, proved at Bristol 16 De- 
cember 1874. 



dan. of Joseph 
Gell of Cromf ord, in the 
parish of Wirksworth, co. 
Derby, and Bristol, by 
Betsey his wife, dau. of 
William Herapath of Pil- 
ton, near Barnstaple, co. 
Devon; born 2 June, bapt 
at SS. Philip and Jacob, 
Bristol, 15 Aug. 1 813 ; died 
11 Nov., bur. at Arno's 
Vale Cemetery 18 Nov. 
1880. M.I. 



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Henry William Britton of Caer Brito, Ashley Htfl,*f Hannah Canter, dan. and sole heir of Benja- 
rmW niiiM w« ** Tw. m k~ ,«<. «• K-«f «f c* m in Poole of Summer Hill House, in parish 

of St George, co. Gloucester, by Esther, 
dau. and coheir of Isaac Canter 0/ Bristol 5 
born 19 August 18395 marr. at St. Georges, 
co. Gloucester, 9 April 1861. 



only child, born 24 December 1835, b*pt. at St 
Mary, Redcliffe, Bristol, 25 Jan. 1836; died 23 May, 
bur. at Arno's Vale Cemetery 29 May 1890. M.I. 
Will dated 10 December 1880, with codicil 11 
December 1888, proved at Principal Registry 11 
June 1890. 




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Philip William Poole^Agnes Cassandra, dau. of Charles Alfred Car* 



Britton, F.S.A., of 
Bitton House, Enfield, 
co. Middx., and Lin- 
coln's Inn Fields, Lon- 
don, Solicitor of Su- 
preme Court of Judi- 
cature, Lieut ist V.B. 
Royal Fusiliers, elder 
son, born 13 October, 
bapt. at St. Clement's, 
Bristol, 25 December 
1863. 



Winstanley Britton, 
born 25 July, bapt 
at St. Saviour's, Red- 
land, Bristol, 9 Octo- 
ber 1887. 



lyon, B.A. Emmanuel College, Cambridge, of 
Quemerford, co. Wilts ; bapt. at Christ Church, 
Leicester, co. Leicester, 6 November 1864; 
marr. at St. John's, Clifton, Bristol, 8 Septem- 
ber 1 886; 21st in descent from Edward III., 
Km^of England. (See Pedigree at the College 
of Arms, Arundel 2, No. 155.) 



Arthur Henry Daniel 
Britton, 2nd Lieut. 3rd 
Bart The Royal Fusi- 
liers, 2nd and younger 
son, born 19 October 
1875, bapt at St. 
John's, Clifton, Bris- 
tol, 14 April 1876. 



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Ella Carlyon Poole, 
born 22 Oct, bapt at 
St Michael's, Wood 
Green, co. Middx*, 
2 December 1888. 



Henry Courtenay Brit- 
ton, born 21 January, 
bapt at St Michael's, 
Wood Green, co. Middx., 
15 February 1891. 



Raymond Carlyon Brit- 
ton, bom 16 September, 
bapt at St Mary Mag- 
dalene, Enfield, co. Mid- 
dlesex, 5 Nov. 1893. 




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Robert Jubb, born: 
1747 j bur. at Os- 
sington, near New- 
ark, 5 March 1822. 



=Elizabeth Barwick, spinster (sister of William Barwick of Holt, 00. Norfolk, 
who died 2 March 183 <, aged 73) $ marr. at Leeds Parish Church 31 October 
1776. Will of William Barwick of Holt, dated %$ May 183 i f proved 
with codicil at London 26 March 1835. 



August 1788 $ marr. at St. Peters- 
burg 26" July O.S. (7 Aug. N.S.) 
18 13 at the British Embassy 
Chapel (English Church); died 
21 Aug. O.S. 1816 on her voyage 
to England in the ship "Alex- 
ander, Captain Bunny, bur. at 
Elsinore 97th of the same month. 
1st wife. 



Sophia, born at St 
Petersburg 29 
March O.S. (10 
April N.S.), bapt 
at the English Ch. 
there 24 May O.S. 
(5juneN.S.)i8x6; 
marr. in 1845, ** 
his and wife, 
James Ronald 
Handyside, M.D.; 
she died at St. 
Petersburg 1% No- 
vember 1886, bur. 
in the Smolensk 
Cemetery with her 
nusDanci. 



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Sophia Cocks, born in London 14^ John Jubb, born at=r=Harriet, eldest dan. of Rev. Thomas 



Leeds 28 October 
1780 ; went to St. 
Petersburg in 1796; 
died there intestate 
4 December 1857. 
Adm'on Jan. 1858. 



Harriet Mary, born at St 
Petersburg 29 March O.S. 
(10 April N.S.), bapt at 
the British Embassy Chapel 
24 May O.S. (5 June N.S.) 
1823$ marr. there, July 
1848, John Wesley Busk, 
born in Yorkshire June 
1808 ; died at Blackheath 
10 September, bur. at 
Charlton Cemetery, co. 
Kent, 13 September 1889. 



Bassnett Percival j born at St. Peters- 
burg 1 January O.S. (13 January 
N.S.) 1796, baptism entered in ColL 
Church, Manchester Register; marr. 
at the British Embassy Chapel, 3 June 
O.S. (15 June N.S.) 1822$ died 11 
August, bur. at the Smolensk Ceme- 
tery 15 August 1835. * n <i *&• 



Catherine, 3rd dau. and=fR< 
coheir of Thomas Den- 
man of Bevercotes in the 
parish of Markham 
Clinton, by Catharine 
Nettleship his wife, and 
widow of Edward Sten- 
house; born at Bever- 
cotes j; January, bapt 
there Feb. 1848 $ marr. 
1 st, at Cromwell, co. 
Nottingham, 10 July 
1869 $ 2ndly, at St An- 
drew's, Holborn, 21 Oc- 
tober 1875. 



Anna Frances, only dau. 
and heir, born at St Peters- 
burg s8 May 1849, tap** 
there* 



Cyril Oswald Jubb, 
born at Dunham 9 
August, bapt there 
xo September 1876. 



Lev. Henry Jubb, 
LL.B., Jesus Coll., 
Cambridge, Rector 
of Clayworth, R.D., 
formerly Vicar of 
Dunham $ born 23 
Feb. O.S. (6 March 
N.S.), bapt at the 
English Church, St 
Petersburg, 25 April 
O.S. (7 May N.S.) 
1827. and husband. 



Winifred Olga, born 
at Dunham 24 Fe- 
bruary, bapt at Rag- 
nail, co. Notting- 
ham, 25 April 1879. 



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Frances Elizabeth, 
bom at St Peters- 
burg 6 December 
O.S. (18 Decem- 
ber N.S.) 1828, 
bapt. at the British 
Embassy Chapel 
20 Feb. O.S. (4 
March N.S.) 1829. 



Robert J abb, formerly of 36 

Place, Hyde Park, now (1894) of 44 
Cornwall Gardens, S.W., at one time 
a Justice of Peace for co. Donegal, born 
at Mollwos 3 July O.S. (15 July N.S.), 
bapt. at the English Church, St Peters- 
burg, 17 Aug. O.S. (29 August N.S.) 
1830. 



Gloucester=rCatherine Favell, dau. of John Har- 
vey and Harriet Mary his wife, 
2nd dau. of Archibald Paris and 
Margaret Jane Lee his wife ; bom 
at 3 Beauchamp Square, Leaming- 
ton, 24 June, bapt at St Mary's, 
Leamington, 5 Dec. 1839 > marr - at 
Stone, co. Stafford, 25 July i860. 

(See Harvey Pedigree, Fid. /., 
pageS.) 



Harriet Katherine Percival, born 
3 August, bapt. at Holtby, near 
York, 5 September 1866. 



Eleanor Frances Percival, 
born 30 May, bapt at Holt- 
by 10 July 1870. 



Emily Louisa Percival, born 22 
August, bapt at Holtby 27 
September 1874. 



John Stanley Jubb, born at 
St Petersburg 24 January, 
bapt at the British Embassy 
Chapel 29 March 1834; died 
13 April following, bur; in 
the Smolensk Cemetery in 
the same grave as his brother 
John, 16 April 1834. 



John Jubb, born at St Peters- 
burg 22 November O.S. (4 De- 
cember N.S.) 1831, bapt at the 
British Embassy Chapel 30 
January O.S. (12 February 
N.S.) 1832; died 26 February, 
bur. in the Smolensk Cemetery 
2 March 1833. 



Mary Agnes, born at St Peters- 
burg 15 Feb. O.S. (27 Feb. 
N.S.), bapt at the British Em- 
bassy Chapel 12 April O.S. (24 
April N.S.) 1835 ; died 14 Dec 
O.S. (26 Dec.N.S.),bur. in the 
Smolensk Cemetery 18 Dec 
O.S. (30 Dec. N.S.) 1835 U 
the same grave as her mother. 




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f&wctpn of Conatomfte, to. Corntoall, 
an* of Stfton, to. Betoott 

Arms. — Argent, two bars gules. 

Crest. — On the stump of a tree couped and eradicated argent, a monkey sejant 
proper, collared and lined or, looking in a mirror framed of the last. 
Motto. — Sans tache. 



Thomas Waddon Martyn of Exeter Coll., Oxford, matriculated* 
9 April 1783, aged 17, B.A. 1787, Rector of Luffincott, and 
Curate in Charge of Lifton, co. Devon, from 1798 to 1833, 
bapt. at Luffincott 18 March 1766; died 29 January, aged 71, 
bur. at Lifton 8 February 1837 5 came into possession of the 
Waddon property in 1825, on the death of his elder brother 
William Waddon Martyn at Bath. He was the son of Robert 
Martyn, Rector of Luffincott, 



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and for forty years Vicar of Stratton, co. Cornwall, who marr. 
Laetitia, the dau. and eventual heir of William Waddon, Rector 
of Cardinham, co. Cornwall, by which marriage Tonacombe, 
in parish of Morwenstow, co. Cornwall, and the Waddon 
estates came into the possession of the Martyn family, under 
the wills of John Waddon of Tonacombe and his uncle Edward 
Waddon of Stanbury, Morwenstow (devisee of his nephew 
John), both of whom died in the year 1768. Will dated 13 
September 1836, proved in Prerogative Court of Canterbury 25 
August 1837. 



d&'faPdU 



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=Mary (his first cousin), dau. 
and eventual coheir of William 
Martyn of Lifton, by Joanna his 
wife, dau. and coheir of ... . 
Webber (? of Winkleigh, co. 
Devon); bapt. 8 June 1776 ; 
marr. at Lifton 20 February 
1800, by Robert Martyn, Vicar 
of Stratton; died 29 Septem- 
ber, bur. at Lifton 7 October 
1842. Will dated 22 July 1842, 
proved in Prerogative Court of 
Canterbury 26 October 1842. 



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Robert Waddon 
Martyn, bapt. at 
Lifton 1 March 
1 80 1; bur. there 
22 May 181 1. 



William Waddon Martyn =f=Mary Smith, dau. of William Pattison of Du- 



born at Lifton 1 2 February, 
bapt there 1 March 1803 ; 
educated at Ottery St. 
Mary; bur. at Lifton 21 
August 1832. 




porth, co. Cornwall, and of New Water Haugh, 
co. Berwick, and of Margaret his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Alexander Mein of Eildon Hall, co. 
Roxburgh ; born at the Cape of Good Hope 30 
May 1802 ; marr. 1st, at Walcot, Bath, 9 March 
1830 ; marr. andly, at North Tamerton, 00. Corn- 
wall, 15 February 1838, her first cousin, Lieut 
Thomas Ellis Smith, R.N., and left issue two 
daughters. Her 2nd husband was born at St 
Helena, and was bur. at St Budeaux, near Ply- 
mouth, 28 September 1841. M.I. 



£S4*#. 



William Waddon Martyn of Tonacombe, born at Duporth in- 
the parish of St. Austell, co. Cornwall, 20 October 1832, 
privately bapt. at St. Austell, and received into the Church 
at Lifton 10 April 1833 (baptism entered in the Lifton 
Registers only), educated at Ottery St Mary, Eton, and 
Trinity College, Oxford 5 matriculated 5 Tune 1851, aged 18, 
B.A. 1855 ; Rector of Lifton ; lord of the manor of Stoke, 
otherwise Hartland. 

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=Maria Andrew, 2nd dan. of North- 
more Herle Pierce Lawrence and 
Maria Hosken his wife; born at 
Launceston 2 March, • bapt there 
23 March 1835 5 marn at Ippte- 
pen, co. Devon, xi April 1855. 



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Joanna Laetitia, born at 
Lifton 30 March, bapt. 
there 17 April 1805 ; 
marr. there, 21 February 
1839, the Rev. Ponsford 
Cann of Pembroke Coll., 
Cambridge, B.A. 1827, 
Rector of Virginstowe, co. 
Devon, and had issue ; 
survived her husband and 
died at Launceston 22 
Jan., aged 80, bur. at St. 
Bridget's, Virginstowe, 26 
January 1886. M.I. 



Thomas Waddon Mar- 
tyn, Rector of Lifton, 
born there 9 May, bapt. 
there 15 May 1808, 
educated at Ottery St. 
Mary and at Exeter 
Coll., Oxford, matri- 
culated 16 June 1825, 
aged J 7» B.A. 1829; 
died 6 March, bur. at 
Lifton 13 March 1846. 
M.I. 



: Sophia, dan. and heir of the Mary Jane, 
Rev. Dr. James Duke Cole- bom at Lif- 
ridge, Vicar of Thorverten ton, bapt 
and Prebendary of Exeter, there 4 June 
Proctor for Convocation; 1810$ bur. 
born 12 April, bapt at there j 
Heavitree, co. Devon, 25 March 181 1. 
April 1 815; marr. at St Giles 
in the Fields, London, 14 
April 1 841 j she survived her 
only sister. 



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Mary Sophia Paulina, born at Lifton 25 Jan. 
(St Paul's Day), bapt there 26 February 
1843 ; died unman*. 12 March, bur. in the 
cemetery at Torquay 17 March 1887. M.I. 



IT 

William Waddon Mar- 
tyn, born at Tonacombe 
1 February, bapt. at 
Morwenstow, co. Corn- 
wall, 2 March 1856. 

Northmore Herle Law- 
rence Martyn of Exeter 
College, Oxford, matri- 
culated 13 October 1876, 
aged 19, B.A. and M.A. 
1883, ^0™ 22 March, 
bapt. at Kingsteignton, 
co. Devon, 3 May 1857. 



George Edward Gatty Martyn, 
born 6 December 1858, bapt. 1 
January 1859 5 died at Hartland 
19 July, bur. there 24 July 1859. 

Robert Waddon Martyn, born 1 
December i860, bapt. at St. 
Anne's, Buck's Mills, co. Devon, 
13 January 1861. 

Margaret Cicely Maria, born 8 
November, bapt at St Anne's, 
Buck's Mills, 21 December 1862. 



Thomas^ Annie 



Dorothy, born at Devon- 
port 23 October 1891, 
bapt at Stoke Damerel. 



Waddon 
Martyn, 
born 6 
August, 
bapt. at 
Lifton 4 
Sept 
1864. 



Mabille, dau. 
of William Drury of 
Stoke Damerel, co. 
Devon j born at Hull 
27 July 1864, and 
bapt there 5 marr. at 
Stoke Damerel 29 
January 1891. 



Carmen Gwendoline, born at 
Devonport 27 October 1892, 
bapt at St. Michael's, Stoke. 



William Waddon Martyn, bom at 
Devonport 5 October, bapt at 
Stoke Damerel 2 November 1893. 



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John Waddon Martyn, Clerk=f=CaroIine,2nd dau, 



in Holy Orders, born at Lif- 
ton 1 6 February, bapt there 
27 February 1812; edu- 
cated at Ottery St. Mary 
and Exeter Coll., Oxford, 
matriculated 27 January 
1831, aged 18, B.A. 1835, 
M.A. 1836; died at Albert 
Terrace, Mount Radford, 
near Exeter, 22 February, 
aged 37, bur. at St. Leo- 
nard's, Exeter, 1 March 
1849. MX 



of Thomas Grigg 
of Plymouth and 
Elizabeth Tho- 
mas his wife ; 
born 19 July, 
bapt. at Tamer- 
ton Foliot, near 
Plymouth, 1 1 
October 1816 ; 
marr. at Stoke 
Damerel 28 Jan. 
1842. 



Mary, born at Lifton 9 February, bapt there 
12 February 18145 marr. there, o July 1845, 
Captain Thomas Sibbald, R.N., of Eildon Hall, 
Georgina, Canada, and had issue; died at 
Eildon Hall, Canada, 30 June 1892, having 
survived her husband, and was bur. in the 
church erected by the Sibbald family (conse- 
crated in 1877) on the shore of Lake Simcoe, 
Canada, close to their residence, Eildon Hall, 
at the end of the avenue, in her 79th year. 

Elizabeth Sarah Ann, born at Lifton, bapt. there 
18 August 1817 ; bur. there 4 August 1819. 



Mary, born 11 Dec. 1842, bapt. at 
St. Leodard's, Exeter, 8 January 
1843 ; marr. the Rev. John Robert 
Gleig Taylor (son of John Hol- 
lamby Taylor of Guildford, co. 
Surrey), of Queen's Coll., Oxford, 
matriculated 15 May 1862, aged 
19, Magdalen Coll. 1864, B.A. 
1868, M.A. 1869, Priest Vicar of 
Hereford Cathedral, and had issue; 
she died 16 May, aged 32, bur. at 
St. John's Parish Burial Ground, 
Hereford, 17 May 1875. He re- 
marr. and had issue. 



Thomas Waddon Martyn,Clerk in Holy 
Orders, born 12 October, bapt. at St. 
Leonard's, Exeter, 13 November 1844; 
educated at Ottery St. Mary, Eton, and 
Magdalene Coll., Oxford, matriculated 
16 January 1864, aged 19 $ marr. at 
the Cathedral, Edinburgh, 3 February 
1885, Anne Congreve, only surviving 
dau. of the late Henry Seymour of 
Wolston, co. Warwick, by Rose Gray 
his wife ; born there 25 January, bapt. 
at Wolston Parish Church 6 April 
1859. 



John Waddon Mar- 
tyn, born 28 Febru- 
ary, bapt. at St. 
Leonard's, Exeter, 

12 April 1848 ; 
marr. at St. James's, 
Talaton, co. Devon, 

13 January 1874, 
Emily Charlotte, 
dau. of the Rev. 
Alfred Wallis Street 
of Bishop's College, 
Calcutta. 



Mary Sophia =pFrancis Reginald^ James, 
born 17 Fe- 
bruary, bapt. 
at Lifton 25 
March 1866; 
marr. there 
26 October 
1887. 



2nd son of John Gwynne 
James of Hereford, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
of James Poole of Liver- 
pool j born 27 May, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Here- 
ford, 10 July 1856. 



Helena Jane Elizabeth, 
born 6 April, bapt at 
Lifton 7 May 1867. 

John Ley Kempthorne 
Martyn, born 23 Febru- 
ary, bapt. at Lifton 16 
April 1870. 



Philip Docton Martyn, born 
5, bapt. at Lifton 9 March 
1874. 

Olympta Letitia, born 17 
February, bapt at Lifton 26 
March 1876. 

Henry Martyn, born 16 
July, bapt at Lifton 2 Sep- 
tember 1877. 




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Henry Take of the City of York, eldest son of Wil- 
liam Take of the said city; born there 24 January 
1 755. He took an active part with his father in the 
establishment and management of the " Retreat," 
founded by the latter in 1792 for the humane treat- 
ment of the insane, where neither chains nor stripes 
were permitted, and where sympathy and kind- 
ness took the place of cruelty and coercion. Author 
of several doctrinal works relating to the Society of 
Friends. He died at York 1 r August, aged 59, 
and was bur. in the Friends' Burial Ground in 
Bishophill, York, 16 August 1814. 




: Marv Maria, dau. and coheir of FaviQ Scott 
of the City of Norwich (sou of James 
Scott and Ellen bis wife of Burnsall, 00% 
York), and Barbara, dau. of Simon Rack- 
ham of Norwich; bapt. as "Mary" only 
at St Gregory's Church, Norwich, 14 No- 
vember 1748 ; marr. at York 20 September 
1781; died 21 September, aged 6< 9 bur. 
at Bishophill, York, 24 September 1815. 



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Esther, born at York 6 
October 1 782 ; marr., as 
his 2nd wife, 14 July 
1 8 19, Thomas Priest- 
man of Eastmount, near 
Hull; she died s.p. at 
Scarborough 25 July, 
aged 75, bur. at Hesling- 
ton Road, York, 29 July 
1857; he died at the 
house of Maria Tuke at 
York 19 December 
1844, aged 74, bur. at 
Bishophill, York (date 
omitted in Register). 



Samuel Tuke of the City of York, born 31 July=f=Priscilla, dan. of 



1 784. Author of the ' Description of the Retreat,' 
and other works on Insanity, as well as on sub- 
jects connected with the Society of Friends ; he 
also took an active part in the management of the 
" Retreat." He died at his house in the parish of 
St. Lawrence, York, 14 October, aged 73, bur. in 
the Friends' Burial Ground, Heslington Road, 
York, 21 October 1857. 




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James Hack of 
Chichester, co. 
Sussex, and Han- 
nah his wife, dau. 
of John and Han- 
nah Jeffreys of St 
James's, West- 
minster ; marr. at 
Arundel, co. Sus- 
sex, 14 June 1810; 
died at Marske, 
co. York, 16 July, 
aged 43, bur. at 
Bishophill, York, 
23 July 1828. 

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Hannah, born 26 November Henry Tuke, 

1 81 1; marr. at York, 27 Au- born 2 April 

gust 1834, George Mennell 1813 5 died 

of Scarborough (son of Isaac unmarr. at 

and Martha Mennell of that York 4 March, 

place), afterwards of New- aged 42, bur. 

castle-on-Tyne ; she died at at Bishophill, 

York 19 March, bur. in the York, 11 

cemetery there 24 March March 1855. 
1869; he died at Clevedon, 
co. Somerset, 4 April, aged 
81, bur. there 8 April 1892. 



Maria, born 3 July 1814 ; 
marr. at York, 17 April 
1850, Joseph Savory Ty- 
lor of London, M.D. (son 
of Henry and Mary lyior 
of London) ; he died at 
Bath 20 February, bur. in 
the Friends' Burial Ground 
there 24 February 1877 j 
she died at Weston-super- 
Mare 13 November, bur. 
by her husband at Wid- 
combe, Bath, 19 November 
1883. 



Sarah, born 19 Sep- 
tember 1815; died 
at Hastings 2 Janu- 
ary, aged 17, bur. in 
the Friends' Burial 
Ground at Chiches- 
ter, near to the grave 
of her grandfather 
James Hack ot that 
place, zo January 
1832. 



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William Take, bom 
6 April 17865 died 
12 August, bur. at 
Brighouse 15 Au- 
gust 1799. 



Henry Take, born 
18 December 1787 j 
died 20 June, bur. 
at Bishophill 22 June 
1788. 



Henry Take, born 
19 May 1789; died 
3 January, bur. at 
Bishophill 6 January 
1799. 



Maria, born 17 September 
1 790 5 died unmarr. at her 
house in Marygate, York, 3 
November, aged 58, bur. at 
Bishophill 8 Not. 1848. 



Priscilla, born 3 1 
Jan. 1 81 7; marr., 
as his 2nd wife, at 
York, 15 April 1852, 
Edward Capper 
Robson of Sunder- 
land, son of Tho- 
mas and Ann Rob- 
son of Sunderland ; 
she died 23 Octo- 
ber, bur. at the ce- 
metery, Sunderland, 
27 October 18795 
he died 10 May, 
aged 80, bur. by his 
wife at the ceme- 
tery at Sunderland 
13 May 1893. 



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Gulielma, born 15 July 
1818; marr. at, York, 12 
December 1843, Edward 
Richardson of Cresswell, 
Sunderland, afterwards of 
Hendon, Torquay, son of 
Thomas and Elizabeth 
Richardson; he died at 
Torquay 7 June, aged 
76, bur. at the cemetery 
there 11 June 1886; she 
died at Plymouth 1 Fe- 
bruary, aged 69, bur. by 
her husband at Torquay 
3 February 1888. 



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Elizabeth, dau. : 
and heir of Ed- 
mund Janson 
of Tottenham, 
co. Middlesex, 
and Elizabeth 
his wife; born 
9 September 
18263 marr. 
at Bardfield, 
co. Essex, 3 
August 1848; 
died at Bourne- 
mouth, 22 
January, aged 
42, bur. at 
Hitchin 28 
January 1869. 
1st wife. 



=James Hack: 
Tuke of Ban- 
croft in 
Hitchin, co. 
Herts, born 
13 Septem- 
ber 1819. 



sGeorginaMary, 
dau. of Evory 
Kennedy, M.D* 
J.P., D.L., of 
Queensbury 
Place, South 
Kensington, and 
Belgard Castle, 
Clondalkin, co. 
Dublin (niece of 
the 1st Baron 
Lawrence) ; 
born 25 Dec. 
1836; marr. at 
Kensington 10 
Nov. 1882. 2nd 
wife. 




Alice Mary, born at 
York 13 February 
1850 ; died unmarr. at 
Hitchin 19 Septem- 
ber, aged 25, bur. 
there 23 September 



Samuel Tuke of 
Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 
1878, M.A. 1884, 
born at Hitchin 
6 August j 854. 



Maria Elizabeth, born at Hitchin 
1 < May 1857; marr. at St James's, 
Piccadilly, London, 11 October 
1877, Edward Barber Lkidsell of 
Hitchin and of Christ's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1868, M.A. 
1873, born zi June 1849. 



"J 1 »-• •„ 

Frances Priscilla, 
bom at Hitchin 
19 Sept. 1859. 

MargaretTanson, 
born at Torquay 
13 March 1802. 



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Esther, born 
24 Sept 1823. 
Living un- 
marr. with 
her niece, 
Mary Wyatt 
Gibson, at 
Hill House in 
Saffron Wal- 
den in 1894. 



Elizabeth, born 8 April 1821 ; marr. at 
York, 16 July 1845, George Stacey 
Gibson, F.L.S., J.P., of Saffron Walden, 
co. Essex, son of Wyatt George and 
Deborah Gibson of that place ; he died 
in London 5 April, aged 64, bur. in the 
Friends' Burial Ground, Saffron Walden, 
11 April 1883 5 she died at Tunbridge 
Wells 6 March, aged 69, bur. by her 
husband at Saffron Walden 12 March 



William Mur- 
ray Tuke of 
Saffron Wal- 
den, born 18 
May 1822. 



=Emma, dan. of Caleb 
Williams of York, 
M.D., and Mary his 
wife, dau. of Isaac 
and Martha Mennell 
of Scarborough ; born 
there 13 Oct. 1822 ; 
marr. at York 14 May 
1846. 



Mary Maria, 
March 1847. 



born at York 19 



Emma Priscilla, born at Stamford 
Hill, co. Middx., 4 January 1856 j 
marr. at St. James's, Piccadilly, 
London, 24 September 1879, 
Douglas Day Taylor, then of Saf- 
fron Walden, now of the Knowle, 
Hoddesden, co. Herts, born 14 
July 1856. j 



Edith Wilhelmina, born at Rei- 
gate, co. Surrey, 19 November 
1858. 

Beatrice Williams, born at Rei- 
gate 25 August 1861 ; marr. at 
Saffron Walden, 13 August 1885, 
Edmund Wyatt Gibson of Cam- 
bridge, B.Sc. of Edinburgh, son 
of Edmund Birch Gibson, J.P., 
of Saffron Walden ; born at Wood- 
ham Walter, co. Essex, 30 Janu- 
ary 1861. ^= 



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William Favill Tuke of 
Saffron Walden, born 
there 15 August 1863. 



Henry Samuel Tuke of 
Royston, co. Herts, 
M.A. of Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge, born at Saf- 
fron Walden 13 July 
1865. 






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Samuel Tuke, born 5 De- 
cember 1824$ died 5 Oc- 
tober, bur. at Bishophill, 
York, 9 October 1829. 

. . . ., twin witb Daniel 
Hack Take; died 19 April 
1827. 



Daniel Hack Tuke of Lyndon Lodge/ 
Hanwell, 00. Middlesex, M.D., 
F.R.C.P., LL.D., born at York 19 
April 1827. Author of various works 
on Insanity and Mental Science; 
late President Medico-Psychological 
Association; a Governor of Beth- 
lehem Royal Hospital. 




William Samuel Tuke, M.D., M.R.C.S., Henry Scott 
born at York 2 October 18565 died at Tuke, born 
Bournemouth 20 April 1883, aged 27, at York 12 
bur. at Saffron Walden 25 April 1883. June 1858 ; 

artist. 



^Esther Maria, dau. of Joseph 
Stickney of Ridgmont in 
Holderness, co. York, and 
Eliza his wife, dau. of Isaac 
and Martha Mennell of Scar- 
borough; born 12 August 
1826; marr. at Pickering, 
co. York, 10 August 1853. 



Maria, born at Falmouth 24 February 
1861 5 marr. at the Parish Church of 
St. Marylebone, 26 March 1889, Har- 
rington Sainsbury, M.D., F.R.C.P., 
of Welbeck Street, Cavendish Square, 
W., born 22 May 1853. 




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Gibson of Saffron IHftatom, to. tf**e?< 

ilm». — Paly of six argent and sable, on a chief of the first a fret azure b e twe e n two crescents sable. 
Crest. — A stork argent beaked, membered, and ducally gorged gules. 
Jfoffa— Codestes pandite ports. 

Atkinson Francis Gibson of Saffron Walden, co. Essex, son of=pEHzabeth, dau. of Jabez 



George Gibson of Maldon, co. Essex, and afterwards of Saffron 
Walden, and Ann his wife, dan. of Joseph Atkinson of Thome, 
co. York, and Sarah his wife, dau. of Thomas Johnson of Thome ; 
bora at Saffron Walden 20 November 1763 ; died 22 January, 
aged 66, bur. in the Friends* Burial Ground at Saffron Walden 
29 January 1829. Will dated 22 September 1823, proved in Lon- 
don 7 April 1829 by his sons Wyatt George Gibson and Jabez 
Gibson. 

Atkinson Francis Gibson and his wife descend through both parents 
from John Wyatt of Saffron Walden, who died in 1625. 







Wyatt of Saffron Walden 
and Mary his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Wyatt of that 
place and Sara Clayden his 
wife; marr. at Dunmow, 
co. Essex, 1 October 1789; 
died at Saffron Walden 1 1 
April, aged 53, bur. in 
the Friends' Burial Ground 
16 April 1820. 



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Wyatt George Gibson of Safrron=j=Deborah, dau. of George 



Walden, bom there 28* July 1790 ; 
died 5 September, aged 72, bur. 
in the Friends' Burial Ground, 
Saffron Walden, 11 September 
1862. Will dated 30 May 1862, 
proved in Principal Registry 16 
October 1862 by his widow and 
son. 




Stacey of Tottenham, co. 
Middx., and Mary his wife, 
dau. of Isaac Wilson of 
Kendal and Rachel his 
wife, dau. of John and De- 
borah Wilson of Kendal; 
marr. in the Friends' Meet- 
ing House at Tottenham 
25 Sept 1817; died at 
Saffron Walden 25 Feb., 
aged 84, bur. by her hus- 
band 2 March 1877. Will 
dated 12 Feb. 1872, proved 
in Principal Registry 14 
March 1877 by her son. 



Mary, bom 8 December 1791 $ 
died unmarr. 10 October, aged 
48, bur. at Saffron Walden 17 
October 1839. w *ll ****& *7 
February 1838, proved 28 De- 
cember 1839. 



i*s&4*^ *ot€s££**+ 



George Stacey Gibson, F.L.S., J.P., of Saflron=T=Elizabeth, dau. of Samuel Tuke of York and 



Walden, only child, bom 20 July 18 18 ; died 
in London 5 April (death registered in District 
of St. Botolphrs, City), bur. in the Friends' 
Burial Ground, Saffron Walden, 11 April 
1883. Will dated 27 October 1879, proved 
in Principal Registry 5 September 1883 by 
Elizabeth Gibson, widow, Lewis Fry, M.P. 
for Bristol, and William Murray Tuke of 
Saffron Walden. 




Priscilla his wife, dau. of James Hack of Chi- 
chester and Hannah his wife, dau. of John and 
Hannah Jeffrey of London ; marr. in the Friends' 
Meeting House at York 16 July 1845 5 died at 
Tunbridge Wells 6 March, aged 69 (death re- 
gistered there), bur. by her husband at Saffron 
Walden 12 March 1890. Will dated 21 May 
1889, proved in the Principal Registry 28 April 
1890 by William Murray Tuke, brother, Lewis 
Fry, and Henry Tuke Mennell the Ex'ors 
named in her will. 



Mary Wyatt, only child, bom at 
Saffron Walden 19 April 1855. 
Living there at HU1 House 1894. 



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Jabez Gibson of Saffron Walden, born n December 1794 ;=r=Ann, dau. of Robert Marriage 



died 23 February, bur. in the Friends' Burial Ground, Saffron 
Walden, 1 March 1838. Will dated 8 July 1837, proved in 
the Principal Registry 7 June 1838. 





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at Chelmsford and Mary his 
wife, dau. of James Birch of 
Chelmsford and Mary Heald his 
wife; marr. at Chelmsford 3 
October 18215 died at Saffron 
Walden 19 October, aged 67, 
bur. by her husband 24 October 
1865. Will dated 13 May 1863, 
proved in the Principal Registry 
January 1S66. 



Jabez Marriage Gibson, born at 
Saffron Walden 22 July 1822 ; 
died s.p. in New Zealand 12 
August 1877, aged 55. 

Elizabeth, born 25 Aug. 1823 ; 
marr. at Saffron Walden, 3 Sep- 
tember 1846, James Ha worth 
Midgley of Rochdale, co. Lan- 
caster; he died 9 June, aged 
$6 t bur. at Saffron Walden 13 
June 1858; she died at Saffron 
Walden 18 April, bur. 23 April 



1 1 

Mary Ann, born 21 Septem- 
ber 1825; died at Saffron 
Walden 9 August, aged 16, 
bur. in the Friends' Burial 
Ground, Saffron Walden, 13 
August 1841. 

Henry Wyatt Gibson, born 
at Saffron Walden 31 July 
1827 ; died there s.p. 28 Fe- 
bruary, aged 25, bur. in the 
Friends' Burial Ground, Saf- 
fron Walden, 4 March 1852. 
Will proved in Prerogative 
Court of Canterbury 14 April 
1852. 



Caroline, born 12 April 1830; 
died 4 August, bur. in the 
Friends' Burial Ground, Saffron 
Walden, 8 August 1833. 

Isabella, bom 24 May 1834) 
marr:, as his 2nd wife, at Saf- 
fron Walden, 14 July 1859, 
Joseph Barrett of London, son 
of Richard Barrett ; he died 29 
May 1 861, aged 41 ; she died 
s.p. 26 September, bur. in the 
Friends' Burial Ground, Saffron 
Walden, 30 September i860. 



Edmund Wyatt Gibson of Cambridge,=f=Beatrice Williams, dau. of William Murray Tuke of 



B.Sc. ; born at Woodham Walter, co. 
Essex, 30 January 1861. 



Saffron Walden and Emma his wife, dau. of Caleb 
Williams, M.D., of York, and Mary his wife, dau. of 
Isaac and Martha Mennell of Scarborough 5 born at 
Reigate 2< August 1861 5 marr. at Saffron Walden 13 
August 1885. 



Barbara Wvatt, born at Cambridge 
28 April 1687. 



Hilda Beatrice, born at Cambridge 
28 August 1889. 



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Ann, born 3 No- 
vember 1 799 j 
died 19 July, bur. 
in the Friends' 
Burial Ground, 
Saffron Walden, 
a 3 July 1 80a. 



Francis Gibson of Saffron Wal- 
den and Balder Grange, near 
Cotherstone, co. York, bom 9 
March 1805 ; died 19 December, 
aged 54, bur. in Friends' Burial 
Ground, Saffron Walden, 23 De- 
cember 1858. Will dated 15 
June 1855, proved in Principal 
Registry 19 February 1859. 




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=Elizabeth, dau. of Edward Pease of Dar- 
lington, co. Durham, and Rachel his wife, 
dau. of John and Dorothy Whitwell of 
Kendal; marr. at Darlington 7 May 
1829 ; died at Clifton Grove, Bristol, 31 
January, aged 62, bur. by her husband at 
Saffron Walden 6 February 1866. Will 
dated 30 July 1863, -proved ia March 
1866 by Lewis Fry, George Stacey Gib- 
son, and Arthur Pease. 



Elizabeth Pease, born at=f=Lewis Fry of Goldney 



Saffron Walden 9 June 
1830 5 marr. there 29 Sep- 
tember 1859; died 27 Au- 
gust, aged 40, bur. at 
Kings Weston, near Bris- 
tol, 1 September 1870. 



House, Clifton, Bristol, 
son of Joseph and 
Mary Ann Fry of Bris- 
tol 5 M.P. for Bristol 
1875-92; born 16 
April 1832. 



Francis Edward Gibson, born at Saffron 
Walden 12 November 1831 ; died unmarr. 
at Florence 21 May, aged 30, bur. at Saf- 
fron Walden 4 July 1862. Will dated 9 
April 1 859, proved in the Principal Registry 
14 July 1862 by Wyatt George Gibson, 
uncle, George Stacey Gibson, and Joseph 
Whitwell Pease. 




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Edmund Birch Gibson of 
Walden, J. P., born there 
gust 1837. 



Saffron=T=Mary, dau. of Henry Marriage of Broomfield, co. Essex, and 
4 Au- Susanna his wife, dau. of Joseph Smith of Bardfield, co. 
Essex 5 marr. at Chelmsford 9 May i860. 



Theodore Francis Gibson of Slough, co.= 
Bucks, born at Saffron Walden 3 February 
1864. 



Jtu^ntrrj, £ ^Ji 



ens 



Margaret, dau. of Oc- 
tavius Capper of 
Southampton and 
Ellen bis wife, dau. 
of Captain John Fry 
and Elizabeth Don- 
nett Louder his wife 5 
born 13 Oct. 1861 ; 
marr. at Bassett, near 
Southampton, 9 May 
1889. 



Margaret Dora, born at Slough 
14 March 1890. 



1 



Alexander Gibson of Saf- 
fron Walden, born there 14 
August 1866. 

George Henry Gibson of 
London, born at Saffron 
Walden 2 October 1869. 

Claude Gibson, born at 
Saffron Walden 27 Febru- 
ary 1876. 



Mary, born at Slough 
28 May 1891. 



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Richard Rope of Cransford Hall, near Framlingham, Suffolk, lord of=pSi 
the manor, died there n April, aged 69, bur. at Cransford 17 April 
1818. M.I. Adm'on, dated 8 October 1818, granted at Ipswich to 
Richard Rope of Cransford the son; Susannah Rope, widow, the 
relict, renounced. 



in ffpntmh Sneil, died at 
Chippenhall Hall, Fres- 
singbeld, co. Suffolk, 
11 September 1836, 
aged 9a. 



Richard Rope, only child, of Cransford Hall,- 
afterwards of Ubbeston Hall, bapt. at Hoxne 1 
November 1781 ; died at Chippenhall Hall 25 
November 183 1, aged 51, bur. at Cransford. 
M.I. No entry of his or his wife's burials in 
the Cransford Register. 




^Hannah, dau. of Samuel Button of Brandish, 
co. Suffolk 5 marr. by licence (dated at Ips- 
wich 18 June 1804) at Brandish 21 June 
1804 ; died at Chippenhall Hall, Fressingfield, 
4 February 1851, aged 67, bur. at Cransford. 



Richard Rope 
Fressingfield, co. 
Suffolk, born at 
Cransford 30 Au- 
gust, bapt. there 1 
September 1805 ; 
died 29 June, aged 
65, bur. at Fressing- 
field 4 July 187 1. 
M.I. Will dated 1 
Oct. 1868, proved at 
Ipswich 5 Septem- 
ber 187 1 by Eliza- 
beth Hannah Rope, 
5 piaster, and Celia 
ane Rope, spinster, 
the dau's, Execu- 
trixes. 



of=f=Elizabeth Ann, dau. of John 
Gideon of St. Clement Danes 
(died 17 December 1840, 
aged 76, bur. at St. John's 
Wood) and Elizabeth Batche- 
lor his wife (died 22 De- 
cember 1832, aged 68, bur. 
at St. John's Wood), and 
widow of Thomas Wilson of 
London (died at Chester 22 
February 1837, a g e< * 4°> DUr * 
there), by whom she had 
issue ; born in parish of St. 
Clement Danes 1 July, bapt. 
at St. Clement Danes 20 July 
1802 ; marr. 2ndly, at Christ 
Ch., Marylebone, London, 
23 March 1841 $ died at Fres- 
singfield 16 Aug., bur. there 
Monday, 21 August 1893. 



Samuel Randall of Orford =f=Hannah, born 



co. Suffolk, son of John 
Randall of Orford (died 
22 February 1830, aged 
79, bur. at Orford) and 
Mary Webber his wife 
(died 8 March 1845, "g 6 ** 
90, bur. at Orford) ; Gentle- 
man Usher to George III., 
George IV., William IV., 
and Victoria, and Groom 
of the Privy Chamber to 
Victoria; he died 13 Sep- 
tember, aged 79, bur. at 
Orford 19 September 1862. 
M.I. Will dated 28 Febru- 
ary 1854, proved at Ipswich 
31 Oct. 1862 by Hannah 
Randall, the sole Ex'trix. 



at Cransford 22 
April, bapt. 
there 26 April 
1807; marr. at 
Ubbeston 5 
January 1831; 
died at Orford 
24 July, aged 
86, bur. there 
26 July 1893. 
Will dated 28 
May 1864, 
with codicil 
30 September 
1887, proved 
at Ipswich 3 
Nov. 1893. 



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Emma, dau. of William Ray of=pFrederick 
Tannington, co. Suffolk, and Eli- 
zabeth Gooch ; born at Tanning- 
ton 2 July 1839 5 naarr. there 19 
June 1867; died at Bayswater, 
London, 7 May 1868. 1st wife. 



George Cook of 
Lodge, Framlingham, son of Ed- 
ward Cook of Dennington, co. 
Suffolk, and Caroline his wife, dau. 
of George Greenard of Horham, 
co. Suffolk; born at Dennington 
9 October 1841. 



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Saxtead=rElizabeth Hannah, born 
29 September, bapt. at 
Christ Church, Maryle- 
bone, 7 December 1842 $ 
marr. at St. Matthew's, 
Bayswater, 25 January 
1872. 2nd wife. 



Celia Jane, born 23 July, bapt.= 
at Christ Church, Marylebone, 
9 October 1844 5 marr. at Fres- 
singfield 24 April 18785 died 
there 19 September, aged 43, 
bur. there 23 September 1887. 
1 st wife. 



: Samuel Francis Clutten of= 
Whittingham Hall, Fres- 
singfield, son of Edward 
Clutten of Whittingham 
Hall; born 12 May i8<o, 
bapt. at Brandish 6 May 
185 1. 

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Alice Mary, dau. of James Shep- 
herd, and widow of Sidney 
Clement; born 10 October, bapt. 
21 November 1865 ; marr. at 
Fressingfield 19 September 1892. 
2nd wife. 



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William Wogan Aldrich, Rectof=pDorothy Lucy 
of Boyton, co. Suffolk, son of Wil- Mingay, bora 
liam Aldrich, Rector of Boyton at Cransford 
and Vicar of Stowmarket, and 13 December, 
Catherine Baynes his wife (died bapt. there pri- 
at Bromley, co. Kent, 27 April vately 26 Dec. 
1842, aged 67) ; born 30 Septem- 180S $ marr. at 
ber 1800 ; died 9 November 1864, Orford 22 No- 
aged 64, bur. in Boyton Church, ▼ember 1830 $ 
Window in Boyton Church. Will died at Wick- 
dated 23 April 1861, proved at ham Market 
Ipswich 24 December 1864 by 22 December 
Dorothy Lucy Mingay Aldrich, 1885, a S e< * 77* 
one of the Ex ors, power reserved bur. at Boy- 
to George Rope, the other Ex'or. ton. 



Samuel Rope of Orford, 3 
co. Suffolk, Merchant, 
born at Cransford 26 
April, bapt there pri- 
vately 29 April 1810; 
Mayor of Orford i8c6; 
Chamberlain 1862-81 ; 
died at Orford 29 Aug., 
aged 72, bur. there 4 
Sept. 1882. Will dated 
8 April 1876, proved 30 
Nov. 1882 by Robert 
Garrard and Arthur 
Mingay Rope the Ex'ors. 
(Principal Registry.) 



: Eliza, dau. of 
Thomas Thurs- 
ton of Stradbroke 
and Matilda 

Woods his wife ; 
born at Strad- 
broke 16 July, 
bapt. there 16 
August 1810; 
marr. at Bran- 
dish 31 March 
1 835. Marriage 
Licence at Ips- 
wich dated 25 
March 1835. 



Jane, dau. of Robert^William Gobbitt of = Anna Elizabeth, 

born at Orford 19 
Oct., bapt. there 24 
November 18395 
marr. there 12 
March 1873. 2nd 
wife. 



Garrard of Lax field; born 
14 November 1839 ; 
marr. 1866; died 2 De- 
cember, aged 32, bur. at 
Sudbourne 6 December 
187 1. M.I. istwife. 



Bawdsey, co. Suf- 
folk, son of John 
Gobbitt of Iken and 
afterwards of Sud- 
bourne ; bapt. at 
Iken 1 June 1837. 



Emily Eliza, born at Orford 
30 Aug., bapt. there 19 Sept. 
1842 5 marr. there, 12 Aug. 
1882, Alfred Seaborne of 
Hadleigh, co. Suffolk $ she 
died at Hadleigh, Sunday, 3 
June, bur. in the cemetery 
there Thursday, 7 June 
1894. =r 



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Samuel Edward= 
Rope of Had- 
leigh, co. Suffolk, 
born at Orford 2 
October, bapt. 
there 24 Novem- 
ber 1844; died 16 
September aged 
27, bur. at Had- 
leigh 22 Septem- 
ber 1873. M.I. 



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: Ellen, dau. of 
Thos. Cooper 
of Ardleigh, 
co. Essex, and 
Martha Ann 
Strutt his wife; 
born 3 1 March 
1849$ marr. at 
St. George's, 
Hanover Sq., 
22 Nov. 187 1. 



Grace, dau.=pThomas Wil- 



of James 
Rope of 
Norwich 5 
born 8 
March 
1 8645 marr. 
at Fram- 
lingham 16 
Feb. 1887. 
2nd wife. 



liam, son of 
Thomas and 
Susannah 
Chisnall of 
Hadleigh ; 
bapt. there 

Jnvately 11 
une 1850. 



ice, born at Or- 
ford 25 March, 
bapt there 30 
May 18475 marr. 
there 11 January 
1872; died 8 Sep- 
tember, aged 39, 
bur. at Hadleigh 
10 September 
1886. 1st wife. 



Lucy Mary 
Ann, born at 
Orford 1 1 De- 
cember 1848, 
bapt. there 10 
Feb. 1849 > 
died unxnarr. 
14 Oct., aged 
23, bur. at Or- 
ford 18 Oct 
1871. M.I. 



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Ernest Edward Rope, 
born at Hadleigh 16 De- 
cember 1872, bapt. there 
26 January 1873. 



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John Rope of Fressmgfield, born at=r Sophia Margaret, dau. of William James Mingay of Thorn- 



Cransford 3 November 181 1, bapt. 
there same dayj died 13 February, 
bur. at Fressingfield 18 February 



ham, co. Norfolk (died 5 December 1851, bur. at Thorn- 
ham), and Mary Ann Dodman his wife (died 15 March 
18 57, bur. at Thornham) j born at Littleport, near Ely ; 
marr. at Thornham September 185 1. 



John t\vp^ 
born at Fres- 
singfield 12 
June, bapt. 
there 11 
July 185a. 



Rope^Anni 



ne, dau. of James 
Johnson of Stamford, 
co. Lincoln; born 30 
September i860; marr. 
at St. Nicholas, South- 
fleet, co. Kent, 23 May 
1885. 



Mary Sophia, born at 
Fressingfield, and bapt. 
there 13 Nov. 1854; 
marr., in Canada, Wil- 
liam Casson of Stratford, 
Canada. =f= 



Eleanor Emma Gentle, born 
at Clapham a8 April, bapt 
at St. Mark's, fiattersea Rise, 
S.W., a8 May 1887. 



John Arthur Rope, born at 
Clapham aa September, bapt. 
at St. Mark's, Battersea Rise, 
S.W., 19 October 1890. 



Hannah Celia, born at Fres- 
singfield 15 Jan., bapt. there 
13 May 1855 5 marr., a4 Aug. 
1878, James Welby of Lon- 
don, born 13 April 1856; 

he died 15 May 1093. 
_ 



Cecil Gentle Rope, born at 
Clapham 23 July, bapt. at St. 
Luke's, Nightingale Lane, Bat- 
tersea, S.W., 4 September 189a. 



Richard James Rope, bom at=pClara Bassett, born at Hendon, co. Middlesex, 27 November 



Fressingfield a September, bapt. 
there 4 October 1857. 



1859, bapt there 30 June 1861 5 marr. at St Martin's, 
Kentish Town, 4 January 1879. 



Richard r James Rope, born 
at Kentish Town 10 Novem- 
ber, bapt. at Hendon ai De- 
cember 1879. 

Charles Rope, born at Kentish 
Town 19 June, bapt at 
Hendon %\ July 1881. 



Alice Clara, born at Kentish 
Town 5 May, bapt at Hen- 
don 8 July 1883. 

Edith Mary, born at Kentish 
Town 19 April, bapt at 
Hendon ia June 1887. 



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William j ohn Rope, born at Hamp- 
stead 30 July, bapt. at St Saviour's, 
Hampstead, 1 September 1889. 

Annie, born at Hampstead 23 Oc- 
tober, bapt at St Saviour's, 
Hampstead, ao November 1891. 



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George Rope of Blaxhall,= 
co. Suffolk, born at Crans- 
ford 24 March, bapt. there 
28 March 1814; Mayor of 
Orford 1863, 1867, 1871, 
1878. 



: Anne, dau. of Thomas Pope of Blaxhall (died 28 September 1826, 
aged 72, bur. at Blaxhall) and Anne Newson his wife (died 20 Sep- 
tember 1843, aged 64, bur. at Blaxhall) 5 born at Blaxhall 29 March, 
bapt. there 7 December 1821 5 marr. there 13 February 1844; died 
there 1 October, aged 61, bur. there 6 October 1882. M.L 



Ann Elizabeth, born 
at Blaxhall 9 Decem- 
ber 1844, bapt. there 
13 February 1845 5 
marr. there, 6 October 
1869, James Toller of 
Blaxhall, born 5 Dec. 
**39- T 



George Tho- 
mas Rope, 
born at Blax- 
hall 11 Fe- 
bruary 1846, 
bapt. there 
same day. 



Henry John= 
Rope, born at 
Blaxhall 7 
June, bapt. 
there 9 July 
1847. 



: Agnes Maud, dau. of 
Edward Burd, M.D., of 
Shrewsbury, by Ellen 
Lycett his wife ; born 1 
September, bapt. 29 Sep- 
tember 1857; marr. at 
St Mary's Ch., Shrews- 
bury, 35 Sept. 1879. 



Hannah Jus- 
tina Lucy, born 
at Blaxhall 26 
February, bapt. 
there 29 March 
1849. 



Henry Edward George Rope, 
born at Gateway House, Shrews- 
bury, 23 October, bapt. there at 
St. Mary's Church 20 Novem- 
ber 1880. 

Margaret Agnes, born at St. 
Mary's Court, Shrewsbury, 20 
June, bapt there at St. Mary's 
Church 7 July 1882. 



Arthur Denys Rope, born at St. 
Mary's Court, Shrewsbury, 25 
March, bapt. at St. Mary's 
Church in April 1884. 

Ellen Monica, born at St. Mary's 
Court, Shrewsbury, 23 June, 
bapt. at St. Mary's Church 20 
July 1886. 



Frederic Michael Rope, born 
at St. Mary's Court, Shrews- 
bury, 2 July, bapt. at St. 
Mary's Church 9 August 
1888. 

Irene Mary, born at St. Mary's 
Court, Shrewsbury, 20 No- 
vember, bapt at St Mary's 
Church 21 December 1889. 



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Richard Frederick Rope, born 
at Blaxhall 10 September, bapt 
there 12 November 1852; died 
13 December, aged 22, bur. at 
Blaxhall 18 December 1874. 
M.I. _ 

Ellen Mary, born at Blaxhall 14 
March, bapt. there 8 Aug. 1855. 



Arthur Min- : 
gay Rope, 
born at Blax- 
hall 30 No- 
vember 1850, 
bapt there 23 
April 1851. 



: Agnes Maud, dau. 
of William Wogan 
Aldrich and Dorothy 
Lucy Mingay his 
wife, dau. of Richard 
Rope of Cransford 
Hail; marr. at Wick- 
ham Market 16 
September 1882. 



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dith Dorothy, born at 
Blaxhall 5 December 1 857, 
bapt. there 10 Feb. 1858. 

Edwin James Rope, bom 
at Blaxhall 23 August, 
bapt there 30 September 
i860. 



Dorothy Anne 
Aldrich, bom at 
Blaxhall 25 No- 
vember, bapt. 
there 30 Decem- 
ber 1883. 



Frederica Bertha, 
born at Leiston 
29 March, bapt 
there 26 April 
1885. 



Phyllis Maud, 
born at Leiston 
25 February, 
bapt. there 27 
March 1887. 



Arthur George 
Michael Rope, 
born at Leiston 
29 September, 
bapt there 31 
October 1888. 



Margaret Edith, 
born at Leiston 
29 July, bapt. 
there 25 August 
1 891. 



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Edward Rope of Orford, co. Suffolk,=f=Emma Elizabeth, 



born at Cransford 3 February, bapt. 
there 12 March 1816; Mayor of Orford 
1882 ; Chamberlain of Orford 1881-86. 




dau. of Edwards 
Crisp of Rendles- 
ham, co. Suffolk, 
and Mary his 
wife, dau. of John 
Mayhew of Or- 
ford ; born at 
Rendlesham 26 
October 1819, 
bapt. there 18 
July 1820 ; marr. 
at Orford 22 May 
1851. 



Susanna, Jane Celia, born at 
born at Cransford 13 Feb., bapt. 
Crans- there 14 Feb. 18195 

ford; died marr. at Fressingfield, 
an infant, 22 Nov. 1842, John 
bur. at "Wroots Clutten, born 

Cransford at Fressingfield 26 Sept. 
24 Febru- 1806 5 died at Kentish 
ary 1818. Tqym 30 Dec. 1879, 
aged 73, bur. at High- 
gate 3 Jan. 1880. M.I. 
She died at Kentish 
Town 29 Aug., aged 62, 
bur. at Highgate Ceme- 
tery S Sept 188 1. M.I. 



Edward Min-= 
gay Rope, 
born at Or- 
ford 2 March, 
bapt. there 16 
May 1852. 



Emma Morley, 
dau. of Richard 
Powel of Auck- 
land, New Zea- 
land, by Emma 
Morley his wife 5 
born 6 April 
I 1 861 ; marr. at 
j Te Kopuru, 
I Auckland, 7 
! March 1882. 



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Mary Emma, born 
at Orford 17 October, 
bapt there 20 No- 
vember 1853. 



Charles Rope, born 
at Orford 29 Novem- 
ber 1854, bapt. there 
10 April 1855. 



Emmeline Anna, 
born at Orford 12 
March, bapt. there 
4 May 1856. 



Alfred Ernest Rope, 
born at Orford 9 Dec. 
1858, bapt there 21 
March 1859. 



Walter Henry 
Rope, born at Or- 
ford 3 May, bapt 
there 13 June 1859. 



Maria Louisa, born 
at Orford 10 Fe- 
bruary, bapt there 
21 April 1862. 



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Edward Rich- 
ard Rope, born 
at Auckland 
22 April 1883, 
bapt. at Te 
Kopuru. 



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Walter Robert 
Rope, born at 
Auckland 12 
January 1885, 
bapt at Te 
Kopuru. 



Basil Vernon Rope, 
born at Auckland 2 
November, bapt. at 
Aratapee 29 No- 
vember 1886. 



Charles Manfred 
Rope, born at 
Auckland 1 No- 
vember 1 889, bapt 
at Aratapee 24 
January 1893. 



Richard Powell 
Rope, born at 
Auckland 6 Feb. 
1892, bapt. at 
Aratapee 24 Jan. 
1893. 



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Elizabeth BeiIby=pGeorge William Mingay=^Celia, born 
only child 



of 
William Turner 
of Hull ; marr. at 
the Parish Ch., 
Sculcoates, West 
Hull, co. York, 
23 August 1879. 
and wife. 



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of Orford, co. Suffolk, 
eldest son of William 
James Mingay of Thorn- 
bam, co. Norfolk (died 
5 December 1851, bur. 
at ■ Thornham) , and 
Mary Ann Dodman, 4th 
wife (died at Middleton, 
co. Norfolk, 25 March 
1857, bur. at Thorn- 
ham) 5 born at Little- 
port, near Ely, 6 May 
1 8 19, bapt. at St. James's 
Church there 9 May 
18205 died at Hull 14 
October, aged 74, bur. 
at Western Cemetery, 
Hull, 17 October 1893. 



at Cransford 
16 Septem- 
ber, bapt. 
there 20 Sep- 
tember 
1820 5 marr. 
at Fressing- 
field 3 Oc- 
tober 1845 i 
died in Lon- 
don 24 July, 
aged 46, bur. 
at Highgate 
Cemetery 
29 Tuly 
1868. 1st 
wife. 



James Rope=f=Clementina, dau. of 
of Norwich, George Laws of 

bornatCrans- King's Lynn, co. 
ford 17 Sep- Norfolk (died 20 Oc- 
tember, bapt. tober 1862, aged 60, 
there 5 Oct. bur. at Westwinch, 
1823 ; went near King's Lynn), 
to Canada; and Clementina Min- 
returned to gay his wife (died 24 
England; died July 1839, aged 3^> 
at Norwich 7 bur. at Westwinch) 
September, born 19 May 1826 
bur. at Nor- marr. 29 Aug. 1854 
wich Ceme- died at South Luton 
tery 12 Sep- Place, Cardiff, 6 
tember 1873. April, aged 54, bur. 
at the cemetery there 
10 April 1880. 



PhabeHan- 
nah,born2o 
Sept. 1856) 
died 12 May 
1 860, aged 3, 



Richanl=T=C^therine James Alice, dau. of Sa-«=TbomasWU-=pGrace, Henry 

liam Chis- born 8 Rope, 
nail, son of March born 28 
Thomas and 1864; August 
Susannah marr. at 1867. 
Chisnall of Fram- 
Hadleigh ; lingham 
bapt there 16 Feb. 
pnvatelv u 1887. 
June 1 8 jo. 2nd 
wife. 



George 

Rope, 

bom3 

Nov. 
1858. 



J' 

born at 
Ysyooed, 
Aberdare, 
31 October 
1804; 
marr. Sep- 
tember 
1885. 



Hiomas 
Rope, 
born 12 
August 
i860. 



muel Rope; born at 
Orford 25 March, 
bapt there 30 May 
1847; marr. there 
11 Jan. 1872; died 
8 Sept, aged sg, 
bur. at Hadleigh 
10 Sept 1886. 
1st wife. 



James Idris Rope, born at Llandaff, South 
Wales, 11 October 1887; died 5 November, 
bur. at Llandaff 9 November 1808. 



David Lionel Rope, born 
at Llandaff 4 July 1889. 



Clementina Cecilia, 
born at Llandaff 3 
July 1890. 



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Arms on record in the College 
of Arms. — Quarterly: I and 4, 
Azure, a cross cercele or, 
Brunr; 2 and 3, Argent, a 
chevron sable, in chief a label 
of three points gules, a mullet 
for difference, PSidbaux. 

Crest. — A goat passant per 
pale indented argent and sable, 
armed and unguled or, pendant 
from a collar gules a shield, 
thereon the arms of Brune, 
Brunb. 

Crest. — An old man's head 
in profile couped at the 
shoulders proper, hair and 
beard or, on the head a cha- 
peau gules, Pridbaux. 

Motto*— Toujours Pret. 



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to. Corntoall, 



Rev. Charles Prideaux, eldest son of 
Prideaux, by Jenny his 2nd wife, dau. of 
Nevill Morton Pleydell of Shitterton, co. 
Dorset; born 15 June, bapt. at St. James's, 
Bath, 25 June 1760 5 of Clare Hall, Cam- 
bridge ; B.A. 17825 D.L. for Cornwall; by 
Royal Licence, dated 11 July 1799, assumed 
surname of Brune in addition to that of Pri- 
deaux; died at Bath 28 April, bur. at Pad- 
stow n May 1833. M.I. Will dated 18 
September- 1821, proved 13 June 1833. 
(P.C.C.) 



Humphry=T=Frances, 



4th dau. 
of Thomas Patten 
of Bank Hall, co. 
Lancaster ; marr. 
at Warrington 1 
August 1788; died 
at Cheltenham 23 
March, aged 65, 
bur. at Padstow 
14 April 183 1. 
M.I. 



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Dorothea Prideaux/ 
born 12 December 
1790, bapt. at 
Queen's Square 
Chapel, Bath, 14 
March 1791 ; marr. 
at Padstow 7 De- 
cember 1 815 5 died 
23 October, bur. at 
St. Austell 1 No- 
vember 1853. M.I. 



= Joseph Sawle Graves, 
afterwards Sir Joseph 
Sawle Graves - Sawle, 
Bart., born 10 Dec. 1 793, 
bapt. at St. Thomas's, 
Exeter 5 of Exeter Coll., 
Oxford, matriculated 19 
October 1812, aged 18, 
M.A. 22 June 1814; 
created a Baronet 22 
March 1836; died at 
Ashfield, Awliscombe, 
co. Devon, 13 Tan., bur. 
at Combe Raleigh, co. 
Devon, 19 January 1865. 



Frances, born 5 August, bapt. 
at Clifton 11 Sept. 1794; 
marr. at Walcot, Bath, 1 o May 
1 823, Charles Du Cane, Com- 
mander R.N., of Braxted 
Park, co. Essex, born at Cog- 
gleshall, co. Essex, 24 Sept., 
bapt. there 24 Nov. 1789; 
he died at Bath 17 Nov., bur. 
at Great Braxted 30 Nov. 
1850 ; she died in London 2 
July, bur. at Great Braxted 
6 July 1871. 



Anna Maria, born 
at Bath 13 Decem- 
ber 1795, bapt. at 
Padstow 1 8 Oc- 
tober 1796; died 
at Cheltenham 9 
February, bur. at 
Padstow 25 Fe- 
bruary 183 1. M.I. 
Adm'on 6 Dec. 
1833. (P.C.C.) 



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Charles Prideaux-Brune of Prideaux Place,=f=Frances Mary, and dan. and coheir of Edmund John 
born 7 December 1798, bapt. at Walcot, 
Bath, 27 May 1799 ; High Sheriff of Corn- 
wall in 1834 -, died 7 December, bur. at 
Kensal Green 11 December 1875. Will 

dated 17 July 1856, proved 6 January 1876. 

(P.C.C.) 



Glynn of Glynn, co. Cornwall, by Elizabeth Anne 
his wife, dan. and coheir of Edward Meux Worsley 
of Gatcombe, Isle of Wight ; born 23 May, bapt 
privately at Cardynham 18 June 1795, received 
into the Church there 8 September 1796 ; marr. at 
Padstow 28 February 1820 ; died in London 22 
July, bur. at Kensal Green 29 July 1868. 



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Charles Glynn Prideaux- 
Brune of Christ Church, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 17 Octo- 
ber 1838, aged 17 5 J.P. and 
D.L. for county of Cornwall j 
High Sheriff for that county 
in 1880 j born in London 2 
April, bapt. at Padstow 11 
October 1821. 



=Hon. Ellen Jane, 2nd dau. of Robert Shapland, 1st Baron Carew, 
K.P., by Jane Catherine his wife, dau. of Major Anthony Cliffe of 
New Ross ; born 17 December 1824; marr. at St. George's, Han- 
over Square, 21 July 1846. 




Charles Robert Prideaux-Brune, born at Bodmin=f=Hon. Katharine Cecilia Knatchbull Hugessen, 



10 October, bapt at Padstow 10 November 
1848; Lieut-Colonel, late Rifle Brigade; now 
Commanding the 4th Batt. West Yorkshire 
Regtj J.P. tor Herts. 



eldest dau. of Edward Hugessen, 1st Baron 
Brabourne; born in John Street, Berkeley 
Square, 16 October, bapt. at St. George's, Han- 
over Square, 16 November I ®595 marr. at St. 
Margaret's, Westminster. 17 October 1883. 




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Fulke Knatchbull 
Prideaux - Brune, 
born in London 
20 May, bapt. at 
St Michael's Ch., 
Chester Square, 6 
July 1887. 




Eva Katharine, born 
in London 16 Octo- 
ber, bapt at St Phi- 
lip's Church, Buck- 
ingham Palace Road, 
S.W.,28Nov. 1888. 



Winifred Annie, 
born in London 
27 Sept, bapt at 
Essenden, co, 
Herts, 17 No- 
vember 1889. 



Denys Edward 
Prideaux-Brune, 
bornatWelwyn, 
co. Herts, 18 
June, bapt. there 
2 August 1891. 



Sybil Isolds, 
born at Wel- 
wyn 6 May, 
bapt. there 26 
June 1894. 



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Mary Jenny, born 27 March, 
bapt at Padstow 22 July. 
1800; died in London 10 
May, bur. at Padstow 16 May 
1872. M.I. Will dated 17 
September 1868, proved 5 
June 1872. (P.C.C.) 



Caroline, born 19 April, bapt : 
at Padstow 11 August 1808 3 
marr. at St. George's, Han- 
over Square, 14 August 1838; 
died 13 July, bur. at Botleys 
and Lyne Churchyard, near 
Chertsey, 17 July 1885. 



'Vice-Admiral the Hon. George 
John Cavendish, 3rd son of Rich- 
ard, 2nd Lord Waterpark, by 
Juliana his wife, eldest dau. and 
coheir of Thomas Cooper of 
Cooper's Hill, co. Kildare* born 
1790 5 died 23 Oct., bur. at Bot- 
leys and Lyne 28 October 1865. 



Frances Mary, 5 
born 11 Aug., 
bapt. at St. 
Marylebone 2 
Sept. 1824; 
marr. at St 
George*s,Han- 
over Square, 
20 Oct 1853. 



'Major the Hon. 
George Augus- 
tus Browne, 3rd 
son of James 
Caulfield, 2nd 
Baron Kilmaine j 
born 18 February 
1801 ; died 25 
December, bur. 
at the Brompton 
Cemetery 30 De- 
cember 1878. 



Captain, afterwards=j=< 
Rear-Admiral Sir 
William George 
Legge Hoste, Bart, 
Aide-de-Camp to 
Her Majesty the 
Queen 3 born 19 
March 1818; died 
10 September 1 868, 
bur. at Bury St. 
Edmund's, co. Suf- 
folk. 1st husband. 



=pCaroline Doro-=T=Edward Greene of Ix- 



thea, born 23 
Oct. 1827, bapt 
at Cheltenham ; 
marr. 1st, at St. 
George's, Han- 
over Sq., 9 Dec. 
1858 j marr. 
2ndly, at Haw- 
sted, co. Suf- 
folk, 8 Novem- 
ber 1870. 



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worth Abbey, co. Suf- 
folk (son of Benjamin 
Greene, a West Indian 
Proprietor), D.L. and 
J.P. for Suffolk, M.P. 
for Bury St. Edmund's 
1865-855 born 17 
August 1815 5 died at 
Nether Hafl, Pake* 
ham, co. Suffolk, 
April, bur. there 
April 1891. 2nd hush* 



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Ellen Frances, 
born 24 July, 
bapt at Pad- 
stow 19 Au- 
gust 1851. 



Edward Shapland Prideaux-" 
Brune of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 1 1 Oct 
1872, aged 19, B.A. 1877, 
M.A. 1882, Rector of Row- 
ner, co. Hants, born 14 June, 
bapt at Padstow 1 July 1853. 



: Sophia, eldest dau. of William 
Grant of Monckton House, 
Anglesey, near Gosport ; born 
at Southsea 4 Sept., bapt at 
St Thomas's Ch., Portsmouth, 
29 Sept. 1862 5 marr. at Alver- 
stoke, co. Hants, 14 July 1883. 



Gertrude Rose, 
born 29 Octo- 
ber, bapt at 
Padstow 24 No- 
vember 1855. 



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Humphrey Ingelram 
Prideaux-Brune, born 
at Rowner 16 Novem- 
ber, bapt there 11 
December 1886. 



Cheston Isolds Prideaux- 
Brune, born at Rowner 
15 June, bapt. there 14 
July 1889. 



Hugh Treverbyn Prideaux-Brune, born at 
Padstow 14 August 1890, and bapt there 
privately the same day, admitted into the 
Church at Padstow 14 September 1890. 



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Beatrice Anne, 5 
born at Chel- 
tenham 4 Tune 
183 1, and rapt, 
there 5 man*, at 
St George's, 
Hanover Sq., 

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Rev. Sir Hugh Henry 
Molesworth of Pencar- 
row, Bart., and of St 
John's College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1840, Rec- 
tor of St Petrock 
Minor, co. Cornwall, 
born 13 Oct. 1 81 8; died 
at St. Petrock Minor 6 
Jan., aged 43>t>* r - &*& 
11 Jan. 1862. M.I. 



Ernest Augustus Prideaux-Brune,= 
born 17 June, bapt. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, 16 July 1839, 
of Christ Church, Oxford, matri- 
culated 4 June 18^7, aged 185 
Lieut. 29th Regt ; died in London 
22 January, bur. at Kensal Green 
27 January 1868. Will dated 4 
August 1865, proved 24 February 
1868. (P.C.C.) 



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Frances Josling, 
2nd dau of Rev. 
George Sayle Prior, 
Rector of St Bre- 
ocke, co. Corn- 
wall ; born in Lis- 
bon 22 Nov. 1843$ 
marr. at St Bre- 
ocke 21 Septem- 
ber 1864. 



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Frances Mary, born 7=William Henry Myers of Swanmore Park, 
July, bapt. at St. Breocke Bishop's Waltham, co. Hants (son of 
Charles Myers of Aigburth, co. Lancaster), 
born at Liverpool 20 Nov. 1854, bapt. at 
St. Anne's Church, Aigburth 5 of Balliol 
Coll., Oxford, matriculated 15 Oct 1873, 
aged 18, B. A. 1877, M.A. 1880 ; J.P. for 
Hants 5 M.P. for Winchester 1892. 



4 August 1865; parr, 
at St. Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, 31 August 1888. 



Mary Catherine, 
born 2 Oct., bapt 
at Padstow 4 No- 
vember 1857. 

Beatrice May, 
born 2 May, bapt. 
at Padstow 31 
May i860. 



Francis Ernest Prideaux-Brune, 
born 5 Feb., bapt at Padstow 
28 March 1863 ; accidentally 
drowned at Walnut Springs, 
Texas, U.S.A., 27 May 1885. 

Isolda Blanche, born 2 February, 
bapt at Padstow ij March 1865. 



Mildred Maria, = 
born 1 Novem- 
ber, bapt. at 
Padstow 4 Dec. 
18665 marr. at 
St. Peters, Ea- 
ton Square, 17 
April 1890. 



George Ernest Prideaux- 
Brune, late Lieut 6th 
(Inniskilling) Dragoons, 
born 5 February, bapt. at 
St. Breocke 27 March 
1867. 



Captain Harvey Alexan- 
der of the 10th Royal 
Hussars (son of the late 
Caledon Dunr£ Alexan- 
der, by Caroline his wife, 
2nd dau. of James Ew- 
ing), born 3 June, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Eaton Sq., 
London, 9 July 1859. 




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Arms on record in the College 
of Arms. — Paly of six argent 
and vert, on a canton gales a 
pheon or. 

Crest.— A pheon or between 
two sprigs of laurel vert, fruited 
proper. 

Motto.— Fidens non confi- 
dens. 



John Langley of Golding Hall, and of Car- : 
diff, co. Glamorgan, son of Thomas Lang- 
ley of Golding Hall, Surgeon, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of Henry Jordain \ born 27 
March 1771 5 gazetted to a Lieutenancy in 
Royal Glamorgan Militia; became after- 
wards Captain- Lieut, Surgeon, and Pay- 
master ; inherited Golding Hall estate, co. 
Salop, under the will of his uncle General 
Archer Arnold Langley 5 sold it in 181 8 to 
Hon. Charles Cecil Cope Jenkinson (after- 
wards Earl of Liverpool) ; died at Cardiff, 
bur. at St. John's there 13 June 1856. 



Archer 



John Langley, born 
at Ashford, co. Kent, 25 Oc- 
tober 1798, bapt. there 7 
May 1799, sponsors General 
Archer Arnold Langley of 
Golding Hall his great uncle, 
William Baldock of Canter- 
bury, and Miss Clarissa 
Qaringbold his aunt (after- 
wards Lady Farrington) $ 
matriculated at University 
Coll., Oxford, 1 May 1818 5 
graduated B.A. (at Univer- 
sity) 25 May 1822, M.A. 
(at Balliol) 17 Tune 1824; 
Fellow of Balliol November 
1823 ; Clerk in Holy Orders ; 
died unmarr. at Cardiff 20 
February, bur. at Old Ceme- 
tery there 26 February 1827. 
Will- dated 20 March 1826, 
probate 20 March 1827. 
(Liandaff.) 



Annabella, born at Canter, 
bury 17 December 1799, 
bapt. at St. George's there 
17 January 1800, sponsors 
her uncle Capt Glaring- 
bold, her mother, and Miss 
Rayne of Kensington ; bur. 
at Henley-on-Thames 1 
August 1807. In Register 
of burial name given as 
"Ann Amelia," evidently 
a mistake for " Annabella. 

Clarissa, born at Swansea, 
co. Glamorgan, 10 Febru- 
ary, bapt. mere 12 March 
1801, sponsors Major 
Hansard, her mother, and 
her aunt Miss Mary Anne 
Langley; died at Cardiff 
27 November, bur. at Old 
Cemetery there 1 Decem- 
ber 1885. 



John 



=Annabella, 2nd dau. 
of John Claringbold 
of Rolling Court, co. 
Kent, by Mary his 
wife; born 19 Janu- 
ary, bapt at Goodne- 
stone - by - Wingham, 
co. Kent* 12 Febru- 
ary 1778; man. at St. 
George's, Canterbury 
(by Licence), 13 Fe- 
bruary 1798; bur. at 
St. John's, Cardiff, 24 
August 1848. 



Langley of 
Cardiff, Soli- 
citor, born 
there 10 July, 
bapt at St. 
John's there 
12 Oct. 1802, 
sponsorsjohn 
Richards, 
John Syer, 
and Lady 
Homfray $ 
died at Car- 
diff 7 Decem- 
ber, bur. at 
OldCemetery 
there 14 De- 
cember 1853. 



Henry=j=Dorothy Price, 



dau. of Thomas 
Lewis of New 
House, near 
Cardiff; born 1 
August 1804, 
bapt. at Llan- 
ishen, near Car- 
diff; died at 
Cardiff 1 May, 
bur. at Old Ce- 
metery there 5 
May 1842. 



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Elizabeth Rebecca, born 
Gosport, co. Hants, 22 Fe- 
bruary, bapt at Lydd, co. 
Rent, 18 May 1804, spon- 
sors Sir Henry Farrington, 
Bart., Mrs. Langley her 
grandmother, and Mrs. 
Claringbold her aunt 5 
marr. at Cardiff 3 June 
1829 ; died at Sonthsea 28 
January, bur. there 31 
January 1894. 



at=T=£dward William, eldest son 
of Colonel Anthony William 
Durnford of the 1st Foot 
Guards, by Barbara his wife, 
granddau. of the Earl of 
Meath; born in London 22 
Oct 1803 ; 2nd Lieut. Royal 
Engineers 1826; Ordnance 
Survey 1825-445 served as 
Executive Engineer in the 
Expedition up the Canton 
River 1847; mentioned in 
despatches; Major-Gen. 1870, 
Lieut-Gen. and Col-Com- 
mandant 1874, General 1877 ; 
died at Southsea 30 Jan., bur. 
there 4 February 1889. 



Caroline, born at South Bourne, co. 
Sussex, 25 November 1805, bapt. at 
Henley-on-Thames 25 July 18 10, 
sponsors Rev. George Jukes, Mrs. 
Robinson, and Miss Harriet lang- 
ley $ died at Terrington, co. Nor- 
folk, 28 May 1835. 



Flora, born at Bristol 10 July, bapt 
at St. Augustine's there 7 October 
1807, sponsors Mr. Hopkins, her 
grandmother Mrs. Langley, and 
Miss Flora Langley of Hill Court, 
co. Gloucester j died at Dusseldorf 
8 June £833, bur. there. 



Emma Catherine, born at= 
St Helen's, Southsea, 4 
December 1851, bapt at 
St Jude's there 1 Febru- 
ary 1852 $ marr. there 25 
January 1893. 



Lionel Langley, born at St Helen's, 
Southsea, 9 May, bapt. at St. Thomas's, 
Portsmouth, 10 July 1850 ; Major in 
Royal Engineers 5 died at Kulloor, 
Madras, from wounds caused by a tiger 
18 April, bur. at Bazvada, Kistna Divi- 
sion, Madras, 19 April 1890. 



= Ignatius 0*Callaghan, only 
son of Isaac Stoney 0*Cal- 
laghan of Dublin, Barrister- 
at-Law, by Mary his wife, 
dan. of Redmond Reade of 
Kilkenny. 



John Syden- 
ham Langley, 
born 5 Nov., 
bant, at St 
John's, Car- 
diff, jj Decem- 
ber 1831 ; bur. 
at Old Ceme- 
tery, Cardiff, 
24 April 1832. 



Archer 



Charles Goodrich 
Langley, born 4 Dec. 1832, 
bant, at St John's, Cardiff, 
1 Jan. 1833, Clerk in Holy 
Orders, Rector of Somers- 
ham, co. Suffolk 5 marr. at 
Cardiff, 1 August 1861, 
Rosetta, dau. of William 
Done Bnshell •, born 1 April 
1837 $ died at Somersham 
20 March, bur. there 26 
March 1886. 



Mary Anne, 
born 24 
June, bapt 
at St. John's, 
Cardiff, 25 
July 1834. 



Clara Georgina, 
born 13 October, 
bapt atSt John's, 
Cardiff, 20 No- 
vember 1838 $ 
marr. at Cardiff, 
26 June i860, 
John Booker of 
Greenhill, co. 
Glamorgan. 



Caroline Augus- 
ta, born 1 Octo- 
ber, bapt. at St 
John's, Cardiff, 
25 October 1841$ 
died at Cardiff 5 
October, bur. at 
Old Cemetery 
there 7 October 
1848. 



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Frances Louisa, 
dan. of Francis 
Halliday, R.N., 
of Ham Lodge, 
co. Surrey; born 
26* April 1806; 
marr. at Alver- 
stoke, co. Hants, 
8 January 1842 ; 
died 15 June, 
bur. at Alver- 
stoke 17 June 
1846. 1 st wife. 



=Sir George Colt Langley, K.C.B., born at Bristol S^Maria Catherine, 



November 1810, bapt at St Michael's there 31 March 
1811, sponsors Sir John Colt, Bart., his cousin, Capt 
Skyring his uncle, and Mrs. Skyring his aunt; 2nd 
Lieut. Royal Marines June 1829; commanded Detach- 
ment Royal Marines of H.M.S. " Castor " during the 
operations on the north coast of Spain, and was severely 
wounded 9 June 1836 in defending the Heights of 
Pasages against a superior force of Carlists ; mentioned 
in despatches, and received the Order of San Fernando 5 
Adjutant 1842-47, Assistant Adjutant-General 1854-60, 
Deputy Adjutant-General 1862-67; awarded Field 
Officer's Good Service Pension 1866; appointed C.B. 
1869 , General Officer's Good Service Pension 1881 ; 
appointed K.C.B. 1881. 




dau. of John Pen- 
rice of Witton, 00. 
Norfolk, by Maria 
Catherine his wife, 
dau. of Herbert 
Newton Jarrett of 
Bromley Lodge, 00. 
Essex; marr. at Wit- 
ton 28 Nov. 1848; 
died at St. Helen's, 
Southsea, 25 Nov., 
bur. at the Highland 
Cemetery there 30 
Nov. 1887. 2nd 
wife. 



George Langley, born at St 
Helen's, Southsea, 21 Decern- 
1852, privately bapt. 5 died 10 

January, bur. at Southsea 14 
anuary 1853. 



Mary Georgina, born at Cleveland 
Terrace, Paddington, 13 March, 
bapt at Christ Church, Pkdding- 
ton, 15 April 1856, 



John Penrice Langley, Cap- 
tain R.A., born at Cleveland 
Terrace, Paddington, 17 
April, bapt at St Jude s, 
Southsea, 3 August i860. 



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AnnabeUa Jane, born at 
Canterbury i June, bapt. 
at St Stephen's, Canter- 
bury, 20 July 1813, spon- 
sors her father and mother 
and Miss Jane Swinford her 
cousin , marr. at the house 
of the British Minister at 
Frankfort 26 Sept 1836, 
Le Baron Andrea Emile 
Mtn6 de Dietfurt, Coun- 
sellor Aulic de S. A. S. le 
Prince de Salon Kyrburg ; 
she died at Paris 4 Nov. 
1838. 



Charlotte Anna Maria, born 
at Cardiff 15 April 1815, 
bapt. at St. John's there 27 
June 18 16, sponsors her 
brother Archer John Lang- 
ley, Miss Ann Maria Rich- 
aids (afterwards Mrs. John 
Homfray), and Miss Char- 
lotte Homfray (afterwards 
Mrs. James Lewis) j died 27 
October, bur. at WivelXs- 
combe, co. Somerset, 1 No- 
vember 1887* 



Thomas John^Emily, dau. of 



Langley, born 
at Cardiff 26 
March 181 7, 
bapt at St 
John's there 
14 June 1819, 
sponsors his 
father,Thomas 
John of Youg- 
hall, and Mrs. 
John ; died at 
Dusseldorf n 
Jan. 1846, bur. 
there. 



Henry Com- 
yns Berkeley; 
marr. at the 
house of the 
British Minis- 
ter at Frank- 
fort 24 Sep- 
tember 1839. 



Fanny, born at Dusseldorf 
12 February 1841. 



Anna Isabella, born at Dus- 
seldorf 24 August 1842. 



Edward Ernest Berkeley Langley, 
born at Dusseldorf 16 August 1844$ 
died there 13 October 1845. 



Robert Francis Langley, born at Cardiff 24 February i8ai,=pRosa 
bapt at St John's there 2 October 1823 by his brother the 
Rev. Archer John Langley; Solicitor, Registrar of Cardiff 
County Court, and District Registrar of High Court of Justice 5 
died at Llanishen, near Cardiff, 28 June, bur. at Peterston- 
super-Ely, near Cardiff, 1 July 1892. Will dated 13 Septem- 
ber 1890, proved at Lkndaff 25 July 1892. 




Lydia, dau. of John Arthur 
Price of Bromley, co. Kent, by 
Ann, dau. of Henry Banks; 
born 27 November 183 1 ; marr, 
at St Paul's, Deptford, 21 March 
1854; died at Cardiff 21 Octo- 
ber, bur. at Peterston-super-Ely 
24 October 1893. 



Alfred Francis Claringbold Chichester Langley ,=pEdith Joana, dau. of Daniel Rees of Sully House, 



born at Cardiff 21 June, bapt. at St John's 
there 21 September 1857 ; Solicitor, Registrar 
of Cardiff County Court, and District Registrar 
of High Court of Justice. 



co. Glamorgan, by Margaret Elisabeth, dau. of 
James Pusey of Bishopeton Manor, co. Wilts 5 
born at Cardiff 4 June, bapt. at St John's tfaor 
29 Tune 1 86 j ; marr. at Sully, co. Glamorgan, 
13 June 1883. 



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Alfred Arnold Langley, born at 
Peterston-super-Ely 12 May, 
bapt there 20 June 1884. 



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Arms on record in the 
College of Arms. — Ermine, a 
cross moline gules between 
four hurts. 

Crest. — A griphon's head 
ermine, wings indorsed er- 
minois, gorged with a collar 
azure, therefrom pendent a 
cross as in the Arms. 

Motto* Peroeverando* 



Mary, dau. o\ 
James Mar- 
shall of Man- 
chester; born 
1 1 May 1792; 
marr. at the 
Old Church, 
Manchester, 

2£ Oct. 1809 ; 

died at Man- 
chester 11 Oc- 
tober, in the 
35th year of 
her age, bur. 
at Great Har- 
wood, Mon- 
day, 16 Octo- 
ber 1826. 1st 
wife. 



tf=pJohn Dugdale of Dovecote House,=Elizabeth, dan. 
near Liverpool, and Llwyn, 00. Mont- of William 
gomery (eldest son of Nathaniel Whittenburyof 
Dugdale of Oakenshaw, Clayton-le- Ard wick, Man- 
Moors, by Ellen his wife, dau. of Chester j born 
John Smalley of Smalley Thorn), 15 July 17945 
born at Great Harwood 20 Decern- marr. at the 
ber 1785, bapt. there 15 January Old Church, 
17865 died at Dovecote House 29 Manchester, 4 
July 1855, bur. at Great Harwood. Dec. 1828$ died 
Will dated 28 May 1853, proved at atBarfield,near 
Chester 15 January and at London Manchester, 7 
25 January 1856 by the sons James May 1864, aged 
and John Dugdale, two of the Exe- 70, bur. at 
cutors, power being reserved to John Great Har- 
Fielden, the other Executor. (P.C.C., wood. 2nd wife. 
1856, fo. 24.) 



Ann, born at 
Padiham 17 
Sept., bapt. 
there 14 Oct. 
i8ioj marr. at 
Old Ch., Man- 
chester, 15 July 
1829, John 
Lees of Castle 
Hall, 00. Ches- 
ter) she died 
26 March, bur. 
at St Peter's, 
Ashton-under- 
Lyne, 1 April 
1839. 



James Dugdale of Dovecot House, Liverpool, and of Wroxall=rMary Louisa, dau. 
Abbey, co. Warwick, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1868, " " ~' 
born at Habergham Eaves, co. Lancaster, 20 March, bapt. 
at Padiham 16 April 181 35 died 24 April, bur. at Wroxall 
Abbey Chapel 28 April 1876. Will dated 21 October 1874, 
with codicil 11 April 1876, proved at Birmingham 27 July 
1876 by John Dugdale the brother, John Dugdale the 
cousin, and Gustave Christian Schwabe, the Executors. 




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Frank Dug- 
dale, born 5 
April, bapt. 
at the Parish 
Church, 
Eccles, 26 
May 1857. 



of John Plummer 
of London, by 
Martha Anne his 
wife, youngest 
dau. of Robert 
Brett of Burton 
Joyce, co. Notts j 
born 25 April, 
bapt. at Christ 
Church, Newgate 
Street, 2 June 
1829; marr. at 
Aldborough, co. 
York, 25 October 
1854. 



James Broughton Dug-: 
dale of Wroxall Abbey, 
co. Warwick, M.A. 
Trinity Coll., Oxford, 
born 19 Sept, bapt at 
the Parish Ch., Eccles, 
co. Lancaster, 13 Dec. 
18555 Cant and Hon. 
Major Warwickshire 
Yeomanry Cavalry*; 
J.P. and D.L. for War- 
wickshire. 



= Laura Jane, eldest 
dau. of John Tho- 
mas Arkwright of 
Hatton House, co. 
Warwick 5 born at 
Offchurch Bury 9 
March, bapt. at 
Claverdon 23 April 
1857 ; marr. at 
Hatton 6 August 
1878. 



Helen, eldest^William Ingham Shaw 



dau., born 6 
Dec. 1858, 
bapt at St 
John's, Pen- 
dlebury, 8 Fe- 
bruary 1859^ 
marr. at 
WroxaU 26 
June 1882. 



of Budbrooke House, 
co. Warwick, eldest 
son of Richard Shaw, 
M.P. for Burnley; 
born at Holme Lodge, 
Burnley, co. Lancas- 
ter, 12 July, bapt at 
All Saints', Haberg- 
ham Eaves, 16 Au- 
gust 1854. 



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John Dugdale, bora at Lower House, Burnley, 
22 June, bapt. at Padiham 15 Oct. 1815; died 
Sunday, 9 May 1819, bur. at Great Harwood. 

Mary, bora at Lower House 30 April, bapt. at 
Padiham 27 July 181 7 j died suddenly, just prior 
to her marriage with Mr. Philip Rathbone, 15 
October, bur. at Great Harwood 19 October 1835: 

Ellen, bora at Lower House 5 May, bant, at 
Padiham 6 Tune 1819 5 marr. Gustave Christian 
Schwabe of Broughton, West Derby, co. Lan- 
caster. 



John Dugdale of 9 Hyde^MargaretRosetta^ 
Park Gardens, London, and 
of Llwyn Llanfyllin, co. 
Montgomery, Major in the 
Montgomeryshire Yeo- 
manry, J.P. and High 
Sheriff for that county in 
1863; bora at Lower 
House, Habergham Eaves, 
co. Lancaster, 3 August 
1821, bapt at Padiham 19 
January 1837. 



John Marshall Dugdale of the 
Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law, 
of Rugby and Brasenose Coll., 
Oxford, B.A., born at Irwell 
Bank, Eccles, 15 October 1851, 
bapt. at Eccles 1 January 1852; 
J.P. and D.L. for county of 
Montgomery ; late Major Mont- 
gomery Yeomanry Cavalry ; 
marr. at Tarporley, 20 July 1876, 
Isabella, only dau. of James 
Hargreaves of Spring Bank, co. 
Lancaster. =f= 



Mary, born 3 February, bapt at 
Eccles 5 May 1853 5 marr., at 
St. James's Church, Padding- 
ton, 29 April 1875, Thomas 
Fenwick-Fenwick of Burrow 
Hall, Kirkby Lonsdale, son of 
Edward Matthew Reid, who 
subsequently took the name of 
Fenwick, and Sarah his wife; 
bora 1 August, bapt at Tun- 
stall, co. Lancaster, 13 October 
1842. 



3rd dau. of Chris- 
topher Leake 
RingroseofTran- 
by,co.York;bora 
19 January 1830, 
bapt at Rotter- 
dam ; marr. at 
Kirk Ella, co. 
York, 16 January 
1851. 



Clara, bora 19 June, bapt 
at Eccles 3 August 1854 $ 
marr., at St James's Ch., 
Paddington, 17 Dec. 1878, 
Thomas Milnes Colmore of 
The Warren, Knowle, near 
Birmingham, Stipendiary 
Magistrate for Birmingham, 
and Recorder of Warwick, 
born at Sheldon House, co. 
Warwick, 13 Jan., bapt. at 
Sheldon 1 February 1845. 



I 

Evelyn Mary, born 
at The Hermitage, 
Holmes Chapel, 1 1 
Dec. 1877, bapt 
there 23 Jan. 18785 
died 27 Feb., bur. 
at Llanfyllin 4 
March 1878. 



John Percy Dug* 
dale, born at 
The Hermitage, 
Holmes Chapel, 
28 September, 
bapt. there 29 
October 1879. 



William Marshall 
Dugdale, bora at 
The Hermitage, 
Holmes Chapel, 
13 January, bapt 
there 20 February 
1881. 



Eva Margaret, Gerald Dugdale, 

bora at The bora at The Her- 

Hermitage, raitage, Holmes 

Holmes Chapel, Chapel, 19 March, 

29 May, bapt. bapt there 23 

there 24 June March 1884. 
1882. 



Mary Louisa,= 
bora at Hart 
Hill 30 Dec. 
1863, bapt at 
WroxallAbbey 
Chapel 19 June 
1864; marr. at 
Christ Church* 
Lancaster 
Gate, London, 
13 November 
1890. 



Herbert 
Dugdale, born 
at Hart HU1, 
Pendleton, 3 
April, bapt. at 
St. John's, Pen- 
dlebury, 8 June 
i860 ; Captain 
16th Lancers. 



CrowenpEmeline 



Charlotte 
Louisa, dau. of 
Ilbert Lort Phil- 
lips of Lawrenny 
Park, Pembroke; 
bora at Ashdale, 
Pembroke, 14 May 
1859, bapt. at 
Haverford West 5 
marr. at St. Mi- 
chael's, Chester 
Square, London, 5 
March 1885. 



Constance Mary, bora 
at Hart Hill 26 Jan., 
bapt. at Hope Vicar- 
age, Eccles, 20 March 
1 862 ; marr. at Wroxall 
Abbey Chapel, 24 
July 1883, Richard 
Methuen Greaves of 
Wern, co. Carnarvon, 
J.P. and D.L., son of 
John Greaves of Beri- 
cote, co. Warwick; 
born 14 Nov., bapt at 
Ynyscynhaiarn, co. 
Carnarvon, 25 Dec. 
1852. 



sEdward Galton 
Wheler of Swans- 
field House, Aln- 
wick, only son of 
Ed ward Wheler of 
Milverton,Leam- 
ington; bora at 
Snitterneld, 00. 
Warwick, 12 
June, bapt. there 
28 July 1850 j 
J.P. for North- 
umberland. 



Constance Gladys, born at Leaming- 
ton 27 December 1885, bant, pri- 
vately at Portland Place, Leamington, 
9 January 1886. 



Sybil Eldrydd Kathleen, born in 
Dublin 3 July, bapt at Lawrenny, 
Pembroke, 21 August 1887. 



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Walter Dugdale of Meeson=f=Flora, dan. of Sir William Charles Tertins^Adela Isabel Day, 



Hall, Wellington, co. Salop, 
born 8 January, bapt. at St. 
Stephen's, Longsight, Man- 
chester, 10 May 1856; J.P. 
for county of Salop; 2nd 
Lieutenant Shropshire Yeo- 
manry. 



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Overend Priestly, M.D., 
LL.D., by Eliza his wife, 
dau. of Robert Chambers, 
LL.D., of Edinburgh j born 
in Somerset Street, Lon- 
don, 23 September 1859; 
marr. at St. James's, Pad- 
dington, j Dec. 1885. 



Dugdale, born 3d 
January, bapt. at 
Eccles 15 April 
1858 ; Captain 
Montgomery- 
shire Yeomanry 
and J.P. for 
county of Salop. 



eldest dau. of Ro- 
bert Firebrace, and 
widow of Captain 
Edward Fitzgerald 
Day, R.N. ; marr. 
at St. James's, 
Paddington, 14 
July 1886. 



WalterGeonxey Dug- 
dale, born at Plas Yo- 
lyn, Ellesmere, co. 
Salop, 28 Sept, bapt 
at Criftens 18 No- 
vember 1886. 



Katharine Keir, 
born at Plas Yo- 
lyn, Ellesmere, 8 
April, bapt. at 
Duddleston 15 
May 1889. 



Charles Cyril Dug- 
dale, born at Mee- 
son Hall 18 Octo- 
ber, bapt. at Waters 
Upton 27 Novem- 
ber 1891. 



Charles Frederick Dugdale, born 
at Tilley House, Wem, co. Salop, 
12 May, bapt at Parish Church 
there 17 June 1888. 

Winifred Rose, born at Tilley 
House, Wem, 29 Oct., bapt. at 
Parish Ch. there 30 Nov. 1890. 



Rev. Sidney Dugdale of Brase-=f=Edith, dau. of William Burton Marshall 



nose College, Oxford, B.A. 1882, 
M.A. 1885, Vicar of Motcombe, 
co. Dorset, born 23 April, bapt. at 
Eccles 5 June i860. 



John Sidney Dugdale, 
born 17 February, bapt 
at St. Thomas's, Salis- 
bury, 19 March 1887. 



of Bellefield, New Brighton, co. Chester 5 
born 6 October i860, bapt. at Egremont ; 
marr. at New Brighton 28 April 1886. 



Laura May, born 
11 May, bapt at 
Eccles 11 June 
1 861. 



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Richard William Dug- 
dale, born 9 Nov., bapt. 
at St. Mark's, Salis- 
bury, 11 Dec. 1889. 



Margaret Harriet, 
born 4 May, bapt. 
at St. Mark's, Salis- 
bury, 25 May 189 1. 



Edith Jocelyn, born 
25 July, bapt. at Mot- . 
combe, co. Dorset, 24 
August 1893. 



Rosy Elizabeth, 
born 24 Novem- 
ber 1862, bapt 
at Llanfyllin 11 
May 1863, re- 
gistered at Brigh- 
ton. 



James Henry Dug- 2 
dale of Rowney Ab- 
bey, Ware, born at 
Brighton 3 January, 
christened at Llanfyl- 
lin 25 April 1864, re- 
gistered at Brighton. 



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: Edith Rosa, dau. of 
Charles Desborough 
of London; born 8 
May 1872; marr. at 
Motcombe, co. Dor- 
set, 3 April 1892. 



Watkin Wynn Dugdale, born 
at Iiwyn Llanfyllin 26 Sep- 
tember, bapt there 2 No- 
vember 1865 ; died at 9 Hyde 
Park Gardens 4 January, bur. 
at Llanfyllin 9 January 1866. 



Marion Edith, born 24 February, bapt. at Little 
Munden, co. Herts, 29 March 1893. 



Alice Ida, born 
Wroxall Abbey 12 
June, bapt in the 
chapel there 6 August 
18065 marr. at St 
Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, 2 June 1887. 



afc=pArthur (avington Payne of 
the Manor House, Mob- 
berley, Rnutsford, 2nd son 
of Sir Salusbury Payne, 
Bart, of Blunham, co. Bed- 
ford $ born at Leamington 
18 Jan., bapt at the Parish 
Church there 29 Feb. i860. 



Amy Rosetta, born at 
the Great Western 
Hotel, Paddington, 14 
October, bapt. at Mil- 
verton Lodge, Leam- 
ington, 16 December 
1868. 



Edith Christian, 
born at 90 West- 
bourne Terrace, 
Paddington, 30 
April, bapt. at 
Wroxall 19 June 
1870. 




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Arms on record in tho ColUgo 
ofArms.—4)T t on a chevron en- 
grailed gules, between two stags 
couped in chief proper and a 
rose in base of the second, barbed 
and seeded of the third, two pad- 
locks of the first. 

Crtst. — On a wreath of the 
colours, upon a rock a stag's 
head couped proper, gorged with 
a collar engrailed vair, holding 
in the mouth a padlock gules. 

Motto, — Non nobis solum. 



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Richard Johnson Locke tt of Westhoughton Hall,= 
Deane, co. Lancaster (eldest son of William 
Lockett of Clonterbrook, Swettenham, after- 
wards of Knutsford, in the county of Chester, by 
Hannah his wife, dau. of Richard Johnson of 
Macclesfield, co. Chester), bapt at Macclesfield 
17 February 1767$ bur. at Deane 18 August 
1816, aged 49. 



-Sarah Hilton of 
Hulton Hall, 
near Bolton, co. 
Lancaster; marr. 
at Deane 28 
June 1792. 



1 

Mary Lockett, 
born 6 June, 
bapt. at West- 
houghton 2 
August 1793 ; 
settled in the 
United States 
of America. 



William Jeffery 
Lockett, born 2 
August, bapt. at 
Westhoughton 
30 Sept. 1795; 
died 12 Novem- 
ber, bur. at Deane 
15 November 

1795. 



William Jeffery Lockett of 
Peel House, Farnworth, co. 
Lancaster, born 23 Nov. 1 796, 
bapt. at Westhoughton 26 
April 1797; died unmarr. 16 
July, aged 72, bur. at Farn- 
worth 20 July 1869. Wiu " 
dated 8 May 1865, codicils 
10 May 1867 and 31 Jan. 
1868, proved in London 7 
January 1870. 



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Isabella, born 4 July, 
bapt. at St Peter's, 
Liverpool, 21 October 
1835 J niarr. Edward 
William Rayner of 
Abercrombie Square, 
Liverpool ; she died 
20 April, aged 30, 
bur. at Smithdown 
Road Cemetery 23 
April 1866. M.I. 



Sarah (twin with Jessie), born 30 
December 1836, bapt. at St. Luke's, 
Liverpool, 30 December 1837 5 niarr. 
at Grassendale, 15 August 1871, 
Peter Mackie of Glasgow, N.B. 
Living 1894. 

Jessie (twin with Sarah), born 30 
December 1836, bapt. at St. Luke's, 
Liverpool, 30 December 1837 5 died 
in 1838. 



Jessie, bapt. at St. Luke's, Liver- 
pool, 13 February 1839 i d^d >& 
infancy. 



Jessie, born 7 January, bapt. at 
St. Luke's, Liverpool, 1 March 
1 84 1 ; marr. Thomas Benson 
Elley of Stafford ; she died 4 July, 
aged 46, bur. at Smithdown Koad 
Cemetery 6 July 1 887. M.I. 



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John Hilton Lockett of Grassendale House/ 
Grassendale, co. Lancaster, born 24 July 
1799, bapt at Westhoughton 26 May 1803 ; 
died intestate 23 October, bur. at Smithdown 
Road Cemetery, Liverpool, 27 October 1873. 
M.I. there. Adm'on. 




William Jeffery Lockett, born 18 
May 1843, bapt. at St. Mary's 
Chapel, Liverpool, 9 October 1844 ; 
died at Melbourne, Australia, 30 
April 1875, aged 31, bur. there. 
M.I. in Smithdown Road Cemetery. 



Jessie, dan. of 
David Aber- 
crombie of Ban- 
death, near Stir- 
ling, N.B.j born 
11 June 1807, 
bapt. at Ban- 
death ; marr. at 
Christ. Church, 
Hunter Street, 
Liverpool, 14 
August 1834. 



Hannah Maria, born 5 June 
1802, bapt. at Westhoughton 
26 May 1803; marr. Charles 
Harrison of the City of Lon- 
don ; died 4 December, bur. at 
Colney Hatch Cemetery, co. 
Middx., 10 Dec. 18745 and 
whose only dau. Frances man*. 
Lord Amelius Wentworth 
Beauclerk, jth son of the 4th 
Duke of St. Albans, and had 
issue three sons and a dau* 



John Lockett, born 1 1 July, bapt. at 
St Mary's Chapel, Liverpool, 9 Oc- 
tober 1844; educated at Rugby 
School 5 died unmarr. at Valleta in 
Malta 28 April 1874, aged 29. M.I. 
in Smithdown Road Cemetery. 



Frances Maria, born 
21 May, bapt at St 
Mary's Chapel 12 

iune 1846 ; marr. 
er cousin William 
Jeffery Lockett 

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Oliver Harbord of Mel-=pHannah Maria, born 20 Feb., Charles Harrison=f=Catherine Buchanan, 



breck House, Allerton, 
near Liverpool, born 1 1 
June, bapt at St 
Bride's, Liverpool, 19 
July 1835$ died 27 
October, bur. at Smith- 
down Road 
31 October 1881, 



bapt. at St Peter's, Liverpool, 
26 May 1842; marr. at St 
Bride's, Liverpool, 12 March 
1863 $ died 5 December, bur. 
at Smithdown Road Ceme- 
tery 9 December 1864. M.I. 
there. 



Lockett of Red- 
cliffe,New Brigh- 
ton, co. Chester 5 
born 30 May, 
bapt at St 
Peter's, Liver- 
pool, 10 August 
1843. 



Charles Kerr Lockett, born 21 June, 
bapt at Christ Church, Sefton Park, 
Liverpool, 14 August 1872 ; died 12 
July, bur. at Smithdown Road Ce- 
metery 14 July 1876. 

William Jeffery Lockett, born 29 
November 1873, bapt at Christ 
Church, Sefton Park, 28 February 
1874; Lieut. 14th Hussars; edu- 
cated at Wellington College. 



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George Gordon Lockett, born 
3 December 1876, bapt. at 
St. James's, New Brighton, 
22 April 1877 ; educated at 
Wellington College. 

Robert Kerr Lockett, born 1 
April, bapt at St. James's, 
New Brighton, 9 June 1878 $ 
educated at Wellington Col- 
lege. 

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dau. of Robert Kerr 
of Liverpool; born 
28 September 1848; 
marr. at St Paul's, 
Prince's Park, Liver- 
pool, 13 September 
1871. 



Vivian Noverre Lockett, 
born 18 July, bapt at St 
James's Church, New 
Brighton, 17 October 1880. 

Cashie Jeanetta, born 28 
December 1882, bapt at 
St James's Church, New 
Brighton, 8 April 1883. 



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Margaret, born 5 Oc- Richard Johnson Lockett of Liver- 5 

tober 18055 marr. Ed- pool, born 7 December 1808, bapt. 

ward Hughes of Den- at Westhoughton ; died intestate 4 

bighj died s.p. 24 September, bur. at Smithdown 

March 1868, bur. at Road Cemetery 9 September i86t. 

St James's, Liver- M.I. there. Adm'on. 
pool 



^Elizabeth Mary, only dan. of George 
Alexander Robertson of Liverpool, 
by Anne, dan. and coheir with her 
two sisters of Garstang Bradstock 
of the same; born 23 September 
1815 ; marr. at St Bride's Church, 
Liverpool, 18 February 1841. 




Edward Albert Hough- 
ton of Barrowtield, near 
Eccleston, co. Lancas- 
ter, born 16 July, bapt. 
at Christ Church, 
Eccleston, 27 Septem- 
ber 1844. 



'Frances Mary, born 10 Fe- 
bruary, bapt. at St Peter's, 
Liverpool, 30 May 1845 5 
marr. at Christ Church, Sef- 
ton Park, Liverpool, 22 Janu- 
ary 1879. 



Richard Robert- 
son Lockett of 
Enmore, Alexan- 
dra Drive, Liver- 
pool, born 9 Au- 
gust, bapt at St 
Peter's,Liverpool, 
29 October 1846. 



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Richard Cyril Lockett, born 
8 March, bapt at Christ Ch., 
Sefton Park, Liverpool, 15 
April 1873. 



Norah Isabella, born 10 May, 
bapt. at Christ Church, Sef- 
ton Park, 13 June 1875. 



John La 
bapt. at 



'Isabella Maria, only 
dau. of John Sherlock 
Paterson of Maghera- 
felt, co. Deny, and 
Castlewellan, co. 
Down, both in Ire- 
land, by Elizabeth 
Maria, eldest dau. of 
Frederick Honan of 
Cork, Ireland; born 
2 August 1849, bapt. 
at St. Barnabas, 
Douglas, Isle of 
Man; marr. at St 
Michael's - in - the- 
Hamlet, Liverpool, 6 
March 1872. 



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ckett, born 1 1 October, 
Christ Church, Sefton 
Park, 11 November 1877. 

Gerald Gonville Lockett, born 
5 February, bapt at Christ 
Church, Sefton Park, 27 April 
1879. _ 

Garstang Bradstock Lockett, 
born 11 January, bapt at Christ 
Church, Sefton Park, 20 March 
1881. 

Elizabeth Sybil, born 20 June, 
bapt at Christ Church, Sefton 
Park, 4 November 1888. 



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Sir William White of Cork, Ireknd^arah, 
afterwards of the City of London, 
Knt 5 died 17 September 186 1, bar. 
at Kilkraey, co. Kerry, Ireland} 
re-interred at Colney Hatch, co. 
Middlesex. 



born 23 December 1810, bapt. at St Stephen's, 
Liverpool, 24 July 1828 j marr. at St. John's, Paddington, 
22 July 1848. Living (1894) at Cromwell Road, in the 
parish of St. Mary Abbotts, Kensington, co. Middx. Her 
and and twin dan. Constance marr. Sir Oswald Mosley, 
Bart, of Rolleston Hall, near Burton-on-Trent, co. Stafford. 



William Jeffery Lockett of Grassendale, near Liverpool,* 
born 27 May, bapt at St Peter's, Liverpool, October 
1848 (date of month not recorded). 




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John Lockett, born 5 
June 1881, bapt at 
Garston Church, near 
Liverpool. 



■Frances Maria, dau. 
of John Hilton 
Lockett} born 21 
May, bapt. at St 
Mary's Chapel, 
Liverpool, 12 June 
1846 ; marr. at 
Childwall Church, 
near Liverpool, 31 
October 1880. 



Henry Merrill 
Lockett, born 
31 July, bapt 
at St Peter s, 
Liverpool, 13 
Dec. 1850 -, 
died 1 June 
1852, bur. at 
St James's Ce- 
metery, Liver- 
pool. 



Mary Merrill, born 27 February, bapt 
at St. Mary's Chanel, Liverpool (other- 
wise Church for the Blind), 30 March 
1883. 



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Jessie Lockett, born 1 June, 
bapt at St Mary's Chapel, 
Liverpool, 21 October 1886. 



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Richard Williss= Margaret, bora 3 May, 

Wilkinson of bapt. at St. Peter's, 

New Brighton, Liverpool, 19 October 

born 27 Mar, 1852 ; marr. at St Mi- 

bapt. at Old chad's -in -the -Hamlet, 

Church, Lan- Liverpool, 10 April 1872. 
caster, 15 July 
1842. 



George Alexander Lockett= 
of Queen's Grate Gardens, 
parish of St Mary Abbotts, 
Kensington, co. Middx., 
born 11 April, bapt at St. 
Peter's, Liverpool, 30 Au- 
gust 1855. 




=Emma,onIy dan. of John 
Thomas North of Avery 
Hill, Eltham, co. Kent, 
Hon. Col. Tower Ham- 
lets Volunteers ; born 2 
September 1868; marr. 
at Holy Trinity Church, 
Eltham, 3 Nov. 1892. 



Garstang Bradstock Lockett of Ullet Road, Sefton Park, Liverpool, born 29 = T s Beatrice Augusta, 
August 1857, bapt at St Peter's, Liverpool, 20 January 1858. youngest dau. of 

Archibald Edmis- 
ton of Litherland 
Park, Litherland, 
near Liverpool ; 
born 2 August 
1863; marr. at St. 
Mary's Episcopal 
Church, Glasgow, 
28 April 1887. 




Douglas Bradstock Lockett, born 19 April, bapt at Christ 
Church, Sefton Park, Liverpool, 8 June 1890 j died 5 Au- 

K>t, bur. at Smithdown Road Cemetery 7 August 1890. 
I. there. 



Archibald Norman Lockett, born 
2 j October, bapt at Christ Church, 
Sefton Park, 4 October 1891. 



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Arms on record in the College 
of Arms. — Sable, a plate between 
three castles argent, each charged 
with a cross-crossiet gules. 

Crest. — A demi-lion rampant 
gules, ducally crowned or, 
collared argent, holding between 
his paws a oezant. 

Motto. — Turns tutissima vir- 
tus. 



Rev. John Carlyon, LL.B., oi 
Pembroke College, Cambridge 
(son of Thomas Carlyon of Tre- 
grehan in the county of Corn- 
wall, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
and coheir of Philip Hawkins 
of Pennans, co. Cornwall), 
Rector of St. Mary's, Truro, 
co. Cornwall, bapt at St Blazey, 
co. Cornwall, itf June 17a*; 
died at Truro 21 September, 
bur. at St. Mary's there 27 Sep- 
tember 1798. Will dated 14 
December 179a, proved P.C.C. 
27 October 1798. 



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, dau. of James Winstan- 
ley of Braunstone, co. Leicester; 
bapt. there 6 May 1734; marr. 
at Bath Abbey 7 April 1763 
(marriage settlement dated 5 
April 1763) 5 died 17 April, 
bur. at St. Mary's, Truro, co. 
Cornwall, a 1 April 1 81 8. Will 
dated 27 December 1806 and 
codicils 22 April 1809 and 14 
May 1 8 13, proved P.C.C. 30 
May 1818. 

Seventeenth in descent from 
Edward III., King of England. 
(See Pedigree at the College of 
Arms, Arundel 2, No. 155.) 



jx,um1 Winstanleys 
Carlyon, born at 
Truro 23 Febru- 
ary, bapt. there 
13 Aprd 1764 j 
died S October 
1799. Ist hus- 
band. 



= Grace, dau. of 
James An- 
drew ; marr. 

26 May 1790 5 
died at Truro 

27 April 1854, 
aged 85. She 
marr. 2ndly 
John Bucking- 
ham of Truro, 
Surgeon. 



Thomas Carlyon, Fel-= 
low and Tutor of Pem- 
broke Coll., Cambridge, 
B.A. 1787, M.A. 1790, 
Rector of St. Mary's, 
Truro, and Vicar of 
Probus, co. Cornwall, 
born at Truro 12 May, 
bapt. there 31 May 
1765 5 bur. at Truro $ 
February 1826. Will 
dated 29 October 1825, 
proved P.C.C. 3 May 
1826. 



2/- Ccl^Cc, 



: Mary, 2nd dau. of William Stack- 
house of Trehane, co. Cornwall ; 
bapt. at Probus 8 August 1772 ; 
marr. there 22 January 180 1 (mar- 
riage settlement dated 19 January 
180 1) 5 bur. at St. Mary's, Truro, 
24 March 1843, aged 70. 




Thomas Stackhouse Carlyon of Pem-= 
broke College, Cambridge, B.A. 1823, 
M.A. 1829, some time Rector of St. 
Marv's, Truro, and afterwards Rector 
of Glenfield,co. Leicester, born 15 June, 
bapt at St. Clement's, Truro, 8 Septem- 
ber 1802 ; died at Bath 1,5 March, bur. 
in St James's Cemetery there 19 
March 1877. Will dated 23 Septem- 
ber 1868, proved P.R. 14 June 1877. 



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=Emily, dau. of Clement Carlyon, M.A. and M.D. of 
Pembroke College, Cambridge, by Eliza his wife, dau. 
of Thomas Carlyon of Tregrehan ; born 29 September, 
bapt at St Mary's, Truro, t December 1808; marr. 
at Kenwyn, co. Cornwall, 20 February 1832; died at 
Bath 23 June, bur. in St James's Cemetery there 27 
June 1891. Will dated 5 March 1889, proved P.R. 
7 July 1891. 




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Philip Carlyon of= 
Pembroke College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 
179a, M.A. 1795, 
Rector of St Maw- 
gan in Pydar, co. 
Cornwall, born at 
TYuro 15 May, bapt. 
ii June 17695 died 
21 March, bur. at 
St. Mawgan 215 
March 1846. 



: Mary Phear, 
marr. at Brat- 
ton Clovelly, 
co. Devon, 27 
Oct 1808; 
died 25 Oc- 
tober 1854. 



Mary, born 3 March, 
bapt 8 April 1771 ; 
died 28 July, bur. at 
Truro 1 August 1 861. 

Anne, born at TVuro 
7 August, bapt. there 
30 August 1773-, 
died 15 February, bur. 
at Truro 19 February 
1856. 



Clement Carlyon/ 
Fellow of Pembroke 
Coll., Cambridge, 
B.A. 1798, M.A. 
1801, M.L. 1804, 
M.D. 1 8 13, born at 
Truro 22 April, bapt. 
there 18 May 1777; 
died there 5 March, 
aged 86, bur. at Ken- 
wyn, co. Cornwall, 
10 March 1864. 



rpEliza, dau. of 
Thomas Car- 
lyon of Tre- 
grehao; born 
1780 j marr. 
at Exeter Ca- 
thedral 22 
April 18065 
died 17 Sept, 
aged 81, bur. 
at Kenwyn 
21 Sept. 186 1. 




William Carlyon, 
born 4 September 
1803, bapt. 22 
March 1804; died 
8 March in the 
district of "West 
Derby, co. Lan- 
caster, bur. there 
13 March 1884. 



John Carlyon of Pembroke^ J; 
Coll., Cambridge, B.A. 1831, 
M.A. 1865 5 Coroner for the 
county of Cornwall 5 born 2 
December 1804, bapt 12 Fe- 
bruary 1805; died 30 De- 
cember 1892, aged 87, bur. 
at Kenwyn 3 January 1893. 



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ane, dau. of Cap- 
tain Edward Law- 
rence, R.N. ; marr. 
at Falmouth 8 De- 
cember 1840 5 died 
21 October, aged 
90, bur. at Kenwyn 
25 October 1890. 



Mary Winstanley, 
born at Truro 14 
March, bapt. there 
17 April 1806; 
died there 30 May, 
aged 80, bur. at 
Kenwyn 5 June 
1886. 



Robins Foster, son of Richard= 
Foster of Castle Lostwithiel, 
co. Cornwall; born there 23 
September 1839, tapt. at Lan- 
livery Church, co. Cornwall. 



Julia, born 6 August, 
bapt. at St Mary's, 
Truro, 21 December 
1842 ; marr. at Kenwyn, 
co. Cornwall, 16 April 
1863. 



Arthur Lawrance Carlyon, born 22 
December 1845, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Truro, 6 February 1846; drowned 
in crossing the Wanganui River, 
N. Zealand, 16 November 1882. 



Ellen, bapt. at 
St Mary's, 
Truro, 1 Janu- 
ary 1833. 



Thomas Winstanley 
Carlyon, born at 
Egloshayle,co. Corn- 
wall, 28 Feb. 183 q 5 
died at Egloshayle, 
11 November, bur. 
there 16 Nov. 1836. 



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Charles Alfred Carlyon of=pBetsy Green, dau. of Isaac 
Emmanuel College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1863, b°r n 5 
September, bapt. at Eglos- 
hayle 11 October 18385 
died- 26 July, bur. at Red- 
land Green Churchyard, 
Bristol, 30 July 1887. Will 
dated 7 November 1879, 
proved P.R. 24 August 
1887. 



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Squires of Woodhouse 
Eaves, co. Leicester 5 born 
28 November 1837 » marr. 
at St John's, Waterloo 
Road, Lambeth, 3 Novem- 
ber 1863. 



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Anne Helen, dau. of Tbomas= 
Harvey of Overross, co. Here- 
ford ; born 12 June, bapt. at 
Ross Church July 1809; 
marr. at Ross 15 November 
1832; died 18 January, bur. 
at Dibden, co. Hants, 25 
January 1866. 1st wife. 



^Edward Carlyon of Exeter Col-= 
lege, Oxford, matriculated 11 
February 1826, at 17, B.A. 
1829, Rector of Dibden, co. 
Hants, i860, born 4 October 
1808, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Truro, 25 January 1809. 



= Louisa, dau. of Rev. William 
Stackhouse of Trebane, born 3 
February, bapt 1807 5 marr. at 
Acton, co. Middx., 15 October 
1878; died 10 April, bur. at 
Dibden 13 April 1885. 2nd 
wife. 




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Robert Needham Cust, D.C.L.,= 
Indian Civil Service, son of 
Hon. and Rev. Canon Henry 
Cockayne Cust of Cockayne 
Hatley, co. Beds, by Lady Anna 
Maria Needham, eldest dau. of 
Francis, 1st Earl of Kilmorey ; 
born 24 February, bapt. at 
Cockayne Hatley 8 March 1821, 
Barrister, Lincoln's Inn, 1857 ; 
J.P. for counties of Middlesex 
and London. * 



: £mma, born 22 De- 
cember 1833, bapt 
at Illogan, co. Corn- 
wall, 29 January 
1834; marr. at St. 
Gabriel's, London, 
29 December 1865 ; 
died 10 August 1 867, 
bur. at Allahabad, 
India. 



Anna Stackhouse, born at Trewornan 
17 June, bapt. at St Minver, co. Corn- 
wall, 21 July 1835; marr* At Dibden, 
1 June 1865, Rev. Percy Phillipson 
Izard, son of William Izard of Wood- 
mancote, co. Sussex, by Rhoda his wife, 
dau. of Anthony Dyer of Eartham, co. 
Sussex; of Clare College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1857, Rector of Morestead, Win- 
chester, bora at Brighton 28 July, bapt. 
at Chapel Royal, Brighton, 8 August 
1831. =f= 



Philip William Poole Britton, F.S.A., of Bitton=pAgnes Cassandra, bapt. at Christ Church, 



House, Enfield, co. Middx., and Lincoln's Inn 
Fields, London, Solicitor of Supreme Court of 
Judicature, Lieut. istV.B. Royal Fusiliers (elder 
son of Henry William Britton of Caer Brito, 
Ashley Hill, by Hannah Canter his wife, dau. 
and sole heir of Benjamin Poole of Summer HiU 
House, in parish of St George, co. Gloucester); 
born 13 October, bapt. at St Clement's, Bris- 
tol, 25 December 1863. 




Leicester, 6 November 1864; marr. at St 
John's, Clifton, Bristol, 8 September 1886. 

Twenty-first in descent from Edward III., 
King of England. (See Pedigree at the Col- 
lege of Arms, Arundel 2, No. 155.) 



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Thomas Alfred Carlyon=j=Gertrude Elizabeth, dau. of George William 

^ i?™™^i r.-ii_ Mitchell, by Eliza Lilian his wife, dau. of 

Rear- Admiral Robert Sharpe of Portsea; 

born 24 May 1866; marr. at Christ Church, 

Birmingham, 17 April 1888. 



of Emmanuel College, 
Cambridge ; bapt. at 
Glenfield, co. Leicester, 
S May 1865. 



Ellen Gertrude, born 3 
May, bapt. at Quemer- 
f ord Church, near Calne, 
co. Wilts, 27 May 1869. 



Thomas Clement Winstanley Carlyon, born 
2 November, bapt at St. Augustine's, New 
Basford, co. Notts, 30 November 1890. 

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Louisa, bora 20 April, 
bapt atTraro 12 Jane 
1810; died there 2 
April, aged 76, bur. 
at Kenwyn 6 April 
1887. 



Charles Carlyon, born 29 Au- Charlotte, born 

gust, bapt. at Truro 22 Novem- 6 Feb., bapt. 

ber 181 1 ; Lieut 37th Regt. of at Truro 10 

Native Infantry, H.E.I.C.S. ; March 18 15. 
killed during retreat of troops 
from Cabul in 1842. 



George Bowyer Car- 
ly on, born 1 1 Septem- 
ber 1818, bapt at St 
Mary's, Truro, 10 Feb 
1819$ died at Truro 
26 May, bur. there 3 1 
May 1820. 



Edward Rashleigh Carlyon, 
born 8 October, bapt. at St. 
Minver 20 November 1836. 

Augusta Hopton, born 12 
July, bapt. at St. Minver 
14 August 1838. 



Jessie, born 1 March, 
bapt. at St Minver 
29 March 1840. 

Louisa Harvey, bora 
1 1 Sept., bapt. at Me- 
vagissey, co. Corn- 
wall, 7 Nov. 1 841. 



Mary Evelyn, born 8 February, bapt at 
Me vagissey 7 April 1844. 

Gerald Winstanley Carlyon, born 8 Decem- 
ber 1845, tapt at Mevagissey 12 January 
1846; man*, in Ceylon, 27 April 1879, 
Laura Theresa, dau. of Rev. L. L. Tho- 
mas, Rector of Newport, South Wales. 



Henry Chichele Carlyon of 
Sidney Sussex College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. (Sen. Opt.) 1871, 
M.A. 1874, Miss. S.P.G. and 
C.U.M. at Delhi, Punjab, 
India, born 6 October, bapt. 
at Lamerton, co. Devon, 14 
November 1847. 



Helen Bionda, born 12 April, Caroline 

bapt at Lamerton 3 June Susan, 

1849; marr. at Dibden, 25 born 2 

September 1 878, Charles Frank October, 

Lucas, Solicitor, Great Yar- bapt at 

mouth, son of Gibson Lucas, Lamer- 

by Margaret Maria his wife, ton 16 

dau. of Francis Clark 5 born at Nov. 

Stone, Stafford, 25 Oct. 1843. 1851. 



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ice Gregory, bora 
5 December 1856, 
bapt at Lamerton 6 
January 1857 5 died 
2 March, bur. at 
Dibden 5 March 
1868. 



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William Burgoyne Fernell of Spring House, Chesterfield, and 8ub-=7=Charlotte 
sequently of tne White House, Sheffield (son of John Burgoyne 
Fernell of Spring House, by Betty his wife, dau. of Thomas Adling- 
ton of Calow, near Chesterfield) ; bapt at the Parish Church, Chester- 
field, 14 December 1785; held a Captain's commission, dated 24 
September 1808, in the Scarsdale Regiment of local Militia ; died 
23 June, aged 40, bur. in Chesterfield Church 26 June 1826. 



dau. of Henry 
Tudor of Sheffield; born 
n July 17895 marr. at 
the Parish Church, Shef- 
field, 8 February 1811$ 
died 22 January, aged 55, 
bur. in Chesterfield Church 
28 January 1847. 



William Burgoyne Fernell of the Oaklands, Broomhall Park, Shef-=FCharlotte, dau. of Robert 
field, born 30 December 1816, bapt. at the Parish Church, Chester- Hunt of Stamford, co. 
field, 24 January 18 175 died 5 September, bur. in the cemetery, Lincoln; born 26 June, 
Sheffield, 11 September 187/J. Will dated 1 April 1873, codicil 16 bapt. at St. Mary's, Stam- 
August 1875, prored at Wakefield 24 Norember 1875. ford, 30 June 18165 marr. 

at Ketton, co. Rutland, 
24 May 1843. 




Henry George Tudor=rEdith, dau. of John Tay- 



Fernell of Trinity 
Hall, Cambridge, B. A. 
1867, M.A. 1870, and 
of Sheffield, born 16 
May 1845, bapt. at 
the Parish Church 
there 6 August 1846. 



lor Porter, F.R.C.S., of 
Sheffield; born 7 May, 
bapt. at Sheffield Parish 
Church 2 June 18495 
marr. at St. Mark's, Shef- 
field, 13 April 1880. 



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Charlotte Burgoyne, bora 13 
March, bapt. a* the Parish 
Church, Sheffield, 1,5 May 
1848; marr. at St. Mark's, 
Sheffield, 10 April 1871, 
Henry Pincke Lee, Major 
R.E., born at Broughton, 
co. Hants, 13 Sept., bapt. 
there 11 October 1842. 



William Bur- 
goyne Fernell 
ofTrinityHall, 
Cambridge, 
B.A. 1873, bora 
27 November, 
1 8 jo. 



Ali. 



ice Mary, born 7 Mar, bapt. at 
St. Michael's and All Angels', 
Sheffield, 3 June .1881. 



William Tudor Fernell, born 30 January, 
bapt. at St. John's, Ranmoor, Sheffield, 7 
March 1886. 



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Elizabeth Tudor, 
bom 31 October 
181 2, bapt. at 
Parish Church, 
Chesterfield, 14 
May 1813$ died 
7 April, aged 1 
vear 5 months, 
bur. in Chester- 
field Church 12 
April 1814. 



James Culshaw of Trench- 
field, Aughton, co. Lancaster, 
I. P. for county of Lancaster, 
born at Trenchfield, Aughton, 
18 March, bapt. at Orms- 
kirk Parish Church 2 July 
1 81 7 ; died at Weston-super- 
Mare 26 July, bur. at Augh- 
ton Parish Church 1 August 
'857. 



Charlotte Burgoyne,bora 
in Chesterfield 16 Janu- 
ary, bapt at Parish Ch., 
Sheffield, 11 February 
1 8 14; marr. at the 
Church of St Martin, 
Charing Cross, 26 April 
1838 5 died 8 July, bur. 
at Aughton 11 July 
1890. 



Mary Tudor, born 
16 June, bapt. at 
Parish Ch., Ches- 
terfield, 12 July 
1815; died 8 Fe- 
bruary, in her 14th 
year, bur. in Ches- 
terfield Church 13 
February 1829. 



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Mary Tudor, born 4 March 1852, 
bapt. at Parish Church, Sheffield, 
27 January 18J4. 



Elizabeth Tudor, born 19 Novem- 
ber 18C3, bapt. at Parish Church, 
Sheffield, 27 January 1854. 



1 1 

Margaret, born 9 February 
1856; died 23 April, bur. 
at Sheffield General Ceme- 
tery 27 April 1857. 

John Burgoyne Fernell,born 
29 May 1858; died 22 Nov., 
bur. at Sheffield General 
Cemetery 25 Nov. 1858. 



I I 
Frederick Tudor Fernell, born 
28 June, bapt at Sheffield 
Parish Church 14 December 
1859; died 27 March, bur. in 
General Cemetery, Sheffield, 
30 March 1880. 

Harriet, died an infant 



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Arms. — Or, on a chevron vert five horseshoes of the field. 

Crest. — An ostrich's head couped, gorged with a ducal crown, holding a horseshoe in 
its bill, all proper. 



Elizabeth, eldest dau.- 
of Benjamin Harrison 
of Lee, co. Kent, 
Governor and Trea- 
surer of Guy's Hos- 
pital; born 28 April 
1767 ; man*. 27 April 
1786; died at Bath 
15 April, bur. at Wal- 
cot Church, Bath, 20 
April 1799. 1st wife. 



: Joseph Cripps of Cirencester, co. Gloucester, eldest 
son of Joseph Cripps of that place, by Hester his 
wife, dau. of William Hall of Arlington, co. Glouces- 
ter; born at Cirencester 10 March, bapt. there 17 
March 1765 ; J.P. and D.L. for county of Glouces- 
ter, and some time Chairman of the Court of Quarter 
Sessions for that county; M.P. for Cirencester in 
ten Parliaments ; died 8 January, bur. at Cirencester 
Church 15 January 1847. M.I. Will dated 23 
December 1830, proved 2 March 1847. 




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=Dorothea, dau. of 
Benjamin Harri- 
son of Lee, co. 
Kent, Treasurer of 
Guy's Hospital ; 
born 23 November 
1774; marr. 1 Oc- 
tober 1801 $ died 
at Cirencester 3 
April, bur. in the 
Church there 9 
April 1817. M.I. 
2nd wife. 



William Cripps, eldest son, born 1 January, bapt/ 
at Cirencester 17 May 1805, of Trinity College, 
Oxford, matriculated 25 May 1822, aged 17, 
B.A. 1826, M.A. 1829 ; of the Hon. Society of 
the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law, 1829; M.P. 
for Cirencester 1841-48, and some time a Lord 
of the Treasury j died it May, bur. in St. Cathe- 
rine's Chapel within Cirencester Church 18 
May 1848. M.I. Will dated 31 July 1840, 
proved 30 August 1848. 



=Mary Anne, eldest dau. of Benjamin Harrison 
of Clapham Common, co. Surrey, F.R.S., 
F.S.A., Treasurer of Guy's Hospital, and 
Chairman of the Exchequer Loan Board 5 
born at Guy's Hospital, London, 27 February 
1805 ; marr. at Streatham Church, co. Surrey, 
29 January 1839 \ died 26 December, bur. at 
Cirencester Cemetery 30 December 1891. 
M.I. Will dated 23 January 1885, proved 
n February 1892. 



Maria Harriet Arabella,: 
younger dau. of John 
Robert Daniel-Tjrssen 
of Hackney, co. Middx., 
F.S.A., D.L. for Tower 
Hamlets 5 born 13 May 
18385 marr. at St. Ni- 
cholas Church, Brigh- 
ton, 31 May 1870; 
died s.p. < September, 
bur. at Cheriton, co. 
Kent, 9 September 
1881. M.I. istwife. 



= Wilfred Joseph Cripps of Ciren-= 
cester, C.B., F.S.A., J.P. for 
counties of Kent and Gloucester, 
of Trinity College, Oxford, 
matriculated 28 June 1859, aged 
i8,B.A. 1863, M.A. 1 866, and of 
the Hon. Society of the Middle 
Temple 1 May 1865, Barrister- 
at-Law; Hon. Major Royal 
North Gloucester Militia (re- 
tired); born 8 June, bapt at St. 
James's, Westminster, 10 July 
1 841 5 created C.B. 1889. 



= Helen Augusta WQhelmine,Countess 
von Bismark - Schierstein, younger 
dau. of Friedrich August Ludwig, 
Count von Bismark-Schierstein, by 
Charlotte Henrietta, eldest dau. of 
Right Hon. Sir Henry Watkin Wil- 
liams-Wynn, P.C., G.C.H., K.C.B., 
by the Hon. Esther his wife, dau. of 
1st Lord Carrington ; born 27 July 
1850, bapt at Wiesbaden, Germany \ 
man*, at Ruabon Church, North 
Wales, 2 December 1884. 2nd wife. 



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Catharine Doro- 
thea, born 24 
May, bapt. at St. 
James's, West- 
minster, 21 June 
1842. 



Edmund William Cripps 
Ampney Park, Cirencester, 
born 13 May, bapt. at St 
James's, Westminster, 8 June 
1843 ; J.P. for county of 
Gloucester; some time an 
Officer in the Royal Artillery. 




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of=p Ada, dau. of General Robert 
Parker Radcliffe, R.A., of 
Balmore, Caversham, Read- 
ing, by his first wife Elizabeth 
Charlotte Jemima, elder dau. 
and heir of Sir John William 
Head Brydges, K.H., of 
Wootton Court, 00. Kent, by 
Lady Isabella his wife, eldest 
dau. of first Marquis of 
Waterford, and widow of 
Rev. Charles Gratwick 
Raikes Kinleside of Em- 
manuel College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1832, M.A. 1835, w "° 
died 28 April 1841 and was 
bur. at Wootton; born 17 
October, bapt. at Woolwich 
7 November 1849; niarr. at 
St. Bartholomew's, Dublin, 
28 September 1871. 



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Walter Main- 
waring Cripps, 
born 26 Sep- 
tember, bapt 
at St. James's, 
Westminster, 
7 November 
1844. 



Frederick William Beres- 
ford Cripps, born at Amp- 
ney 30 April, bapt. at 
Cirencester Church 18 
June 1873; 2nd Lieut, 
king's Royal Rifle Corps. 



Egerton Tymewell 
Cripps, born at 
Ampney 23 Octo- 
ber, bapt. at Amp- 
ney-Crucis Church 
11 December 1874. 



Gwendolen Elizabeth, 
born at Ampney 17 
January, bapt. at 
Ampney-Crucis Ch. 
27 February 1876. 



Eleanore Dorothea, 
born at Ampney 26 
May, bapt at Ciren- 
cester Church 2 Au- 
gust 1878. 



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Arms, 
Crest. 



rly azure and gules, a cross flory between four trefoils slipped or. 
it of a ducal coronet or, an eagle's head sable, beaked of the first, between 
two ostrich feathers argent. 

(This appears to be the coat of the Norfolk line of this family, and 
is so found on a brass, dated 1474, in Merton Church in that county. It 
sometimes occurs with the field gules and four dnquefoils, which is the 
bearing of the Kentish line, as recorded by Guiltim, who refers to Heralds' 
Office, Kent, C 16, 133.) m 



Rev. William Manning, 2nd son of Thomas Manning of Starston, co. 
Norfolk, by Susannah his wife, dau. of Gregory Clarke of Henstead and 
Blundeston, co. Suffolk, and fourth in descent from William Manning, 



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Churchwarden of Diss, temp. Queen Elizabeth; bapt. at Starston 
9 November 1733, M.A. of Caius College, Cambridge; Vicar of 
Loddon, co. Norfolk, 1759; Rector of Broome, co. Norfolk, 1760 ; 
Rector and Patron of Diss 1778 ; author of ' Three Sermons Preached 
at the Norfolk Assizes, 1790'; died 29 November, bur. at Diss 6 
December 1810. Will dated 24 December 1807, proved at Norwich 
4 January, and further probate granted ix March 1811. 



=f=£lizabeth, only child of 
Rev. William Adams, 
M.A., Rector of Rol- 
lesby, co. Norfolk 5 bapt. 
there 1 June 1746; marr. 
there 21 July 1768 5 died 
28 January, aged 34, 
bar. at Diss 2 February 
178a. 



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Susanna, born at 
Broome 7 Sept., 
bapt. there 8 
October 1770 5 
marr. at Diss, 25 
May 1 8 13, John 
Sharman of Diss, 
Surgeon. She died 
s.p. 1 April, bur. 
at Diss 8 April 
1837. He died at 
Norwich 30 May 
1859. Will dated 
12 April 1859, 
proved at Nor- 
wich 5 July 
1859. 



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Rev. William Manning, born at Broome 30 Sep- 
tember, bapt. there 6 October 1771, of Caius 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1793, M.A. 1796, 
Fellow and Tutor ; Rector of Weetingj, co. Nor- 
folk, 1804; Rector and Patron of Diss 181 1 ; 
J.P. for counties of Norfolk and Suffolk; died 
3 January, bur. at Diss 10 January 18^7. Tomb 
in churchyard and window in chancel. (Memoir 
by W. Bodham Donne in 'Gent. Mag.' for 
March 1857, New Series, L, 364.) Will dated 
24 March 1855, proved 31 March 1857 by 
Elizabeth the relict, Edward Bosworth Man- 
ning the brother, William Woodward Manning 
the son, and Thomas Edward Wallace, the 
Executors. 



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s Elizabeth, eldest dau. and 
coheir of Rev. William 
Sayer Donne, M.A. of 
Magdalen College, Oxford, 
Rector of Colton, 00. Nor- 
folk, son of William Donne 
of Mattishall, co. Norfolk, 
and Norwich (first-cousin 
of the Poet Cowper) 5 born 
2 April 1790, bapt. same 
day; marr. at Mattishall 
28 July 1812 j died 2 Janu- 
ary, bur. at Diss 9 January 
1864. Window in chanceL 



Frances Elizabeth, born and bapt at Diss 
20 July 1813 ; marr. there, 11 September 
1838, William Calverley Curteis (eldest 
son of Samuel Curteis, LL.D.) of Trinity 
Hall, Cambridge, LL.B. 182 1, LL.D. 
1826 ; Advocate Doctors 1 Commons ; of 
The Shrubbery, Scole, co. Norfolk ; J.P. 
for Norfolk; born at Thoby Priory, 
Mountnessing, co. Essex, 5 August 1798, 
bapt at Mountnessing 2 January 1799. 



Anna Maria, born and -bapt at Diss 13 April 1816 j 
marr. there, 30 June 1840, Thomas Edward Wallace 
of Diss, Solicitor, son of Rev. Job Marple Wallace 
of Christ's College, Cambridge, Rector of Great 
Braxted, co. Essex; born 18 August 18 13; he was 
bur. at Diss 19 May 1868. Window in N. aisle. 
Will dated 18 December 1867, proved at Norwich 
11 April 1868 by Rev. Arthur Capel Job Wallace 
the brother, Rev. Charles Robertson Manning, and 
George Lyus, the Executors. She died s.p. 5 June, 
bur. at Diss 10 June 1865. Window in S. aisle. 

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Thomas Manning of Bath, born at Broome 8 November 1772, bapt. 
there same day ; a celebrated Oriental traveller and linguist ; friend and 
correspondent of Charles Lamb ; died nnmarr. at Bath 2 May, bur. in 
the Abbey there 8 May 1840. Window in S. aisle of Diss. (Memoirs 
in ' Gent. Mag./ July 1840, and in Mr. Clements Markham's ' Narrative 
of Bogle and Manning's Journey to Tibet/ Triibner, 1876$ ' Dictionary 
of Nat. Biography/ vol. xxxvi., p. 71.) Adm'on dated 5 June 1840 to 
the Rev. William Manning the brother. 



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Elizabeth, born at 
Broome 29 June, 
bapt there 17 July 
1774; died 15 Sep- 
tember, bur. at Diss 
20 September 1787. 



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Emily, born and bapt. at Diss 
22 August 1818$ marr. there, 

25 September 1845, William 
Harris of Lincoln's Inn and 
of Sussex Place, Regent's 

• Park, son of John Harris of 
Plymouth Dock; born at 
Stoke Damerel, 00. Devon, 

26 September 1801 ; he died 
6 November, bur. at Kensal 
Green 10 November 1883. 
Will dated 15 May 1877, 
proved P.R. 28 February 1884 
by Emily the relict and Ed- 
ward Kinns, the Executors. 
She died t July, bur. at 
Kensal Green 5 July 1890. 

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Harriet, born and bapt. at 
Diss 15 September 1820 5 
marr. there, 4 February 
1845, Zachariah Simpson 
of Diss, Banker, son of 
Charles Simpson of Leeds, 
co. York 5 born at Leeds 
9 April 1814; he died 2 
April, bur. at South Hay- 
ling, co. Hants, 7 April 
1873. _ 



William Woodward=f Emily Octavia, 



Manning, Barrister- 
at-Law, Middle 
Temple, 18495 J-P- 
for Monmouthshire ; 
born and bapt. at 
Diss j March 1822. 



dau. of Thomas 
Batt,H.E.I.C.S.; 
born at Aber- 
gavenny 14 De- 
cember 1827 ; 
marr. at St. 
Mary's, Brecon, 
S.Wales, 4 Oc- 
tober 1849. 



Emily Cartrette, born at Scethrog, 
Brecon, 2 October, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Brecon, 17 October 1852 ; 
marr. at Tenby, 12 January 1876, 
Rev. Francis Greame Holmes (son 
of Rev. Joseph Holmes, D.D., 
formerly Fellow of Queen's Coll., 
Cambridge, and Head Master of 
the Grammar School, Leeds) of 
St John's Coll., Cambridge, B.A. 
1851, M.A. 18545 Rector of 
Stuston, co. Norfolk; born at 
Croxton, co. Cambridge, 1 Febru- 
ary 1829. 



William Edward Man- 
ning, born at Brecon 
31 December 1853, 
bapt at St. Mary's, 
Brecon, 24 Feb. 1854; 
marr. at St Helier's, 
Jersey, 13 Jan. 1881, 
Constance Mary, dau. 
of Surgeon-General H. 
L. Cowen, Army Medi- 
cal Department, of St. 
Helier's, Jersey. 



Edgar Babington 
Manning, born at 
Cherry Orchard, 
Abergavenny, 18 
February, bapt. at 
Llanwenarth, co. 
Monmouth, 15 
April 1855; marr., 
in New Zealand, 
Florence Jones. 



Susan Louisa, 
born at Aber- 
gavenny 3 Sep- 
tember, bapt. 
at Llanwen- 
arth 29 Octo- 
ber 1856. 



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Frances, born at 
Broome 221 Aug. 
1776, bapt there 
same day; died 
unmarr. 18 May, 
bur. at Diss 25 
May 1854. 



Edward Bosworth Manning of King's 
Lynn, born at Broome 1 September, 
bapt. there 10 September 1778; died 17 
March, bur. at the Cemetery, King's 
Lynn, 24 March 1865. Will dated 
1 June 1864, proved at Norwich 7 
April 1865 by William Woodward 
Manning the nephew, and Thomas 
Edward Wallace, the Executors. 



Anne, born and 
bapt. at Diss 4 
Feb. 17805 died 
unmarr. 28 Jan., 
bur. at Diss 30 
January 1855. 



Amelia, born and 
bapt at Diss 8 
October 1781, 
bur. there 14 Fe- 
bruary 1786. 



Emilia, 4th dau. and coheir of Rev.= 
Thomas Thorogood Upwood, M.A. 
of Clare Hall, Cambridge, and of 
Lovell's Hall, Terrington St. 
Clement's, co. Norfolk, Vicar of 
Terrington and Rector of . Clench- 
warton, J. P. for Norfolk, by Jane 
his wife, dau. of William Stephens 
of Aldermaston, co. Berks; born 
there 14 Jan., bapt. 16 Jan. 18325 
marr. at Terrington 14 Feb. 1855 $ 
died 21 Jan., bur. at Diss 27 Tan. 
1873. Tomb in cemetery and M.I. 
on brass in chancel. 1st wife. 



=Rev. Charles Robertson- 
Manning of Corpus 
Christi Coll., Cambridge, 
B.A. 1847, M.A. 1850, 
Rector and Patron of Diss 
1857 5 Rural Dean 1868; 
J.P. for Norfolk; F.S.A.; 
Hon. Secretary of Nor- 
folk and Norwich Archaeo- 
logical Society from 1852 ; 
born and bapt. at Diss 2 
July 1825. 



^Florence Charlotte, 3rd dau. of 
Admiral Sir Baldwin Wake 
Walker, 1st Bart., K.C.B., by 
Mary Catherine Sinclair his wife, 
only child of Capt. John Worth, 
R.N., of Duren, co. Caithness ; 
born and bapt at Constantinople 
16 January 1842 ; marr. at St 
George's, Hanover Square, Lon- 
don, 17 Nov. 1875. 2nd wife. 



Rev. Charles Upwood 5 
Manning of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1880, M.A. 
1884, born at Diss 2 
April, bapt. there 1 
May 1857 ; Rector of 
Clenchwarton, co. 
Norfolk, 1888. 



Beatrice Caroline, dau. 
of Rev. William Lewis 
Rosedale, Vicar of Mid- 
dleton, co. Norfolk; born 
at Short Heath, Willen- 
hall, co. Stafford, 2 Jan., 
bapt. there 21 Feb. 1865; 
marr. at Middleton t 
January 1890. 



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Edith Emilia, born at Diss 5 
May, bapt. there 4 June 1858 ; 
marr. there, 12 January 1892, 
Rev. William North Andrews 
(formerly Surridge), son of 
North Surridge, Solicitor, of 
Romford, co. Essex ; of Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge, B.A. 1881, 
M.A. 1886, Vicar of Paston, 
co. Norfolk ; born at Romford 
5 November 1858. 



Alice Mary, 
born at Diss 
2 July, bapt. 
there 29 July 
1859. 



Charles Rosedale Upwood Manning, 
born at Clenchwarton 14 November 
1890, bapt. at Diss 7 January 1891. 



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Ruth Beatrice, born at Clench- 
warton 11 February, bapt. 
there 8 March 1892. 



A daughter, born at 
Clenchwarton 22 
August 1894. 



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Kate Anna Maria, bora 
at Coldbrook Park, 
Abergavenny, 4 Decem- 
ber, bapt. at Aberga- 
venny 30 December 
1857 ; marr. at Poonah, 
Bombay, 1 July 1889, 
Bourne Benson, C.E., 
State Engineer, Rajkot 



ward Frederick Collins Man- 
ning, born at Coldbrook Park, 
Abergavenny, 15 March, bapt. 
there 15 April 1859 5 marr. 1st, in 
Queensland, Miss Wood, who 
died five weeks later ; 2nd, June 
1894, Miss Wade-Gery. 

Frances Julia, bapt. at Aberga- 
venny 3 November, bur. at Uan- 
wenarth 19 November 1861. 



Francis Woodward Manning, bora 
at Coldbrook Park, Abergavenny, 
30 August, bapt at Iianwenarth 
1 1 October 1863 ; marr. at Forest 
Vale, Queensland, 16 December 
1893, Sibyl Lethbridge. 

Mary, born and bapt. at Aberga- 
venny 14 Sept., bur. at Llanwen* 
arth 21 September 1864. 



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Mary Florence, bora 
at Diss 8 March, bapt 
there 23 March 1878. 



Dorothy Catharine, born 
at Diss 13 December 
1879, bapt there 6 Fe- 
bruary 1880. 



Muriel Sinclair, born 
at Diss 15 Novem- 
ber, bapt. there 22 
December 1882. 



Sibyl Robertson, born 
at Diss 27 October, 
bapt. there 27 De- 
cember 1884. 



Louisa, born at Diss 
27 September, bapt. 
there 2 November 
i860. 



Ursula, born at Diss 
12 May, bapt there 
24 June 1862. 



Frances Adelaide, bora 
at Diss 26 August, bapt 
there 2 1 September 1 803 . 



Elinor Kathleen, bora 
at Diss 3 March, bapt 
there 31 March 1805. 



Dumaresq Williamson Manning of Imperial 
Civil Service, Vryburg, Bechuanaland, born 
at Cheltenham 11 October 1865, bapt. at 
Chepstow 24 December 1 867 ; marr. at St. 
Cyprian's, Kimberley, South Africa, 6 July 
1891, Helena, dau. of Charles Davidson 
Belli late Governor of Cape Town. 



Sarah Grace Donne, born at Chep- Robert Harris 

stow 6 August, bapt. there 24 Manning, born 

December 1867; marr. at St. at Cheltenham 

Mary's, Abergavenny, 5 July 11 Jan., bapt 

1894, Alfred Ernest Healing of at St Luke's 

Cheltenham, eldest son of Alfred there 7 April 

Healing of South wick Park, 1869. 
Tewkesbury. 



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Christie of Gtyitoefcottrne, 



Charlotte, elder= Daniel Beat Christie of=F 



Arms on record in the Col- 
lege of Arms. — Azure, a lamb 
passant, the dexter leg sup- 
porting in bend sinister a 
banner argent, the staff or, on 
a chief of the last a tower with 
two turrets between two 
gabions proper. 

Cr#$tf.— A brown bear pas- 
sant, muzzled, and the chain 
reflexed oyer the shoulders or, 
on the back a bezant being 
charged with a cross sable, the 
dexter paw resting on an es- 
cocheon per pale of the last 
and gules. 



dau. of Rev. 
George Bellasis, 
D.D., Rector of 
Yattenden and 
Vicar of Basil- 
den and Ash- 
ampstead, co. 
Berks; born 19 
March, bapt. at 
Yattenden 21 
Mayi76i;marr. 
at St Thomas's, 
Bombay, East 
Indies, 31 Au- 
gust 1784; died 
26 Oct. 1784, 
bur. at Bombay 
same day. 1st 
wife. 



Whaplode, co. Lincoln, 
Major of Engineers, 
H.E.I.C.S., of a Swiss 
family in the Canton of 
Vaud, and changed his 
name from Christin on 
entering Bombay Engi- 
neers 3 served in the war 
against Hyder Ali, My- 
sore, 1782 ; Lieut 26 
December 1781, Captain 
20 February 1783 ; died 
24 June 1809, aged 63, 
bur. in the Cimetiere 
Mont Parnasse. Will 
dated 8 November 1793, 
proved 6 December 1809 
by Elizabeth the relict 
and Executrix. 



Langham Christie sof Preston Deanery,=f Margaret Elizabeth, dau. 

of William Gosling of Has- 
sobury Park, co. Essex, 
and 5 Portland Place, Lon- 
don; marr. at All Souls, 
Marylebone, 29 June 
1829 ; died 14 December, 
bur. at Preston Deanery 
Church 20 December 
1866. Will dated 19 May 
1862, proved 5 February 
1867 by William langham 
Christie the son, and 
Charles William Christie, 
the Ex'ors. 



Elizabeth, eldest dau. 
of Purbeck Langham 
(son of Sir John Lang- 
ham, Bart.), Captain 
10th Dragoon Guards; 
born 27 April, bapt 
at St. Giles's, North- 
ampton, 6 May 1752 j 
marr. at Cottesbrooke 
5 October 17865 died 
20 April 1833, aged 
80. Will dated 10 
Sept. 1831, proved 17 
May i833by Langham 
Christie and Charles 
William Christie, sons 
and Executors. 2nd 
wife. 



co. Northants, and Trinity Coll., Cam- 
bridge, BA. 1813, M.A. 1817, High 
Sheriff for Northants 1852, born in 
Wimpole Street, London, 23 January 
1789, bapt at parish of St Maryle- 
bone; died 23 September, aged 72, 
bur. at Preston Deanery 1 October 
1861. Will dated 13 July i858,codi- 
cil 26 July i860, proved 26 October 
1 861 by William Langham Christie 
the son, and Charles William Christie 
the brother, rower reserved to Mar- 
garet Elizabeth Christie the relict 



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Charles William Christie 
of Lincoln's Inn and of 
Hyde Park Square and of 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 
B.A. 1814, M.A. 1817, 
born 3 November 1791, 
bapt. in parish of St. Mary- 
lebooe; died 26 March 
1873, bur. in London. 
Will dated 2 December 

1 87 1, codicil 12 December 

1872, proved 22 April 
1873 by William Lang- 
ham Christie, nephew and 
Ex'or. 



William Langham Christie of=j=Agnes Hamilton, eldest dau. and coheir of 

Augustus Saltrell Willett, J.P. and D.L., 
Lieut-Colonel North Devon Militia, who 
assumed, by Royal Licence dated 7 April 
1847, the surname and arms of Clevland, 
of Tapeley Park, Devon, by Margaret Caro- 
line his wife, eldest dau. of John Palmer 
Chichester of Arlington Court, co. Devon ; 
marr. at Westleigh Church, North Devon, 
22 October 1855. 



Glyndebourne, co. Sussex, 
and Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1852, M.A. 
1855 5 M.P. for Lewes, 
co. Sussex; J.P. and D.L. 
for counties of Sussex and 
Northants ; Capt late North- 
ants Militia; born 31 May, 
bapt at St Mary's, Maryle- 
bone, 3 July 1830. 



Spencer Cunliffe 
Christie, born 6 
April, bapt at St 
Mary's, Maryle- 
bone, 22 May 
1832 ; died 22 
February, bur. at 
Preston Deanery 
1 March 1842. 



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Elizabeth, born 2 October, bapt. 
at Preston Deanery 3 Nov. 1833 5 
marr. Colonel Daniel William 
Tapper (son of Daniel Tupper of 
Melrose, Guernsey, by Anna 
Maria his wife, dan. of Major- 
Gen. John Gaspard Le March- 
ant) of the 50th (Queen's Own) 
Regt. ; served in the Crimea and 
created a Knight of the Medjidie; 
Aide-de-Camp to the Governor 
of Ceylon from 1857 to i860. 

Robert Christie, born 15 March, 
bapt. at Preston Deanery 24 
April 18355 died 16 April, bnr. 
at Preston Deanery 23 April 
1844. 



Charlotte, born 18 
June, bapt. at St 
Mary's, Marylebone, 
18 June 1836; marr. 
at Preston Deanery, 
10 June 1863, Rev. 
John Henry Brookes 
(son of William 
Wycherley Brookes 
of Whitchurch, co. 
Salop) of Brasenose 
Coll., Oxford; matri- 
culated 9 June 1 841, 
aged 18, B.A. 1845, 
Fellow 1845-64, 
M.A. 1848, Rector 
of Steeple Aston, co. 
Oxford, 1863, Rural 
Dean 1866-79. 



Augusta, born at 2 Cumberland Street, 
London, 11 Feb., bapt at St. Mary's, 
Marylebone, 14 March 1838; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, 1 July 
1858, Rev. Henry Beaufoy Wilder of 
BaUiol College, Oxford (son of Rev. 
Henry Watson Wilder of Purley Hall, 
co. Berks, by Augusta his wife, dan. of 
Charles Joshua Smith of Suttons, co. 
Essex), matriculated 30 Nov. 185a, 
aged 18; B.A. 1857, M.A. i860, Rec- 
tor of Sulham, Dio. Oxford, i 89a, born 
at Purley Hall 25 October, bapt. at 
Sulham, co. Berks, 25 December 1834. 
She died at Sulham 1 7 November, bur. 
there 21 November 1892. 



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Augustus Lanffham=j=Rosamond Alicia, 3rd dau. of 



Christie, born 8 Au- 
gust, bapt at West- 
leigh Church, North 
Devon, 6 October 
1857. 



Isaac Newton, 



rton, 5th 
Portsmouth, by Lady Eveline 
Alicia Juliana Herbert, dau. of 
Henry John George, 3rd Earl 
of Carnarvon ; marr. at Eggea- 
ford 15 February 1882. 



Langham Charles 
Earl of Christie, born (5 
Dec. 1858, bapt 
at Glynde, Lewes ; 
died 7 Oct. 1879, 
bur. at Hastings. 



John Christie, born 14 December 1882, 
bapt. at Eggesford 19 January 1883. 



Archibald Christie, 
born 31 Oct. 1859, 
bapt at Glynde, 
Lewes -, died 29 
March 1 888, bur. at 
Ringmer, co. Sus- 
sex. 



Edward Christie, born 5 January Henry Herbert 

1864, bapt at Glynde, Lewes; Christie, born 

marr. at Christchurch, South Yarra, 13 Oct. 1869, 

Melbourne, 16 July 1889, Ethel bapt at Glynde, 

Mar}% dau. of James Alison Mac- Lewes. 

Mahon. — • 

— Agnes Chiches- 

Spencer Christie, born 26 February ter, bapt at 

1068, bapt. at Glynde, Lewes 5 died Glynde, Lewes. 
27 December 1889, bur. atTerritet, 
Montreux, Switzerland. 

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Elizabeth, bapt. at Glynde, Lewes 5 died 

18 May 1894. 

Mary, bapt. at Glynde, Lewes ; marr. at 
Ringmer, co. Sussex, 12 October 1892, 
Edward Henry Le Marchant, Major 
Hampshire Regiment, son of Rev. Robert 
Le Marchant, Rector of Little Risington, 
co. Gloucester j born at Somerleyton, co. 
Suffolk, 30 December 1853, bapt there 

19 February 1854. 



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Arms on record in the College 
of Arms, — Gules, from a fess 
or, charged with two barrulets 
azure, a demi-lion rampant 
issuant of the second. 

Crest. — A savage or wild- 
man's head affrontee couped at 
the shoulders, the temples en- 
twined with woodbines proper. 

Motto. — Virtuti moenia ce- 
dant. 



TOUttier of $ttrlej $all, 

John Wilder of Purley Hall (eldest son=pHarriet, dau. of Dr. 
of Henry Wilder, D.C.L., of St. John's "-»—■»- »-- 1— *~ 
College, Cambridge, of Purley Hall, Rec- 
tor of Sulham, by Joan his wife, dau. of 
William Thoyts of Sulhampstead), bapt. 
at Sulham 30 October 1769, of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 1 1 October 
1787, aged 18, B.A. 179a; J.P., D.L.5 
died 22 February, aged 66, bur. at Sulham 
28 Feb. 1834. M.I. in Sulham Church. 

Signature to a document dated 2 Jan. 1795. 



Edwards Beadon, Rec- 
tor of North Stone- 
ham, co. Hants, Vicar 
of Minting, co. Lin* 
coin, Fellow of St. 
John's College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1747, 
M.A. 1 75 1 j born 2 
July 1774; marr. 22 
November 1 797 5 died 
at Sulham 4 October 
1825, aged 52. M.I. 
in Sulham Church. 



Rev. Henry Watson Wilder of Purley Hall, born= 
in Weymouth Street, London, 3 November, bapt. 
there 11 December 1798, and registered at St. 
Marylebone 5 educated at Eton and Oriel Coll., 
Oxford, matriculated 31 January 1816, aged 17, 
B.A. 1820, M.A. 1822 j Rector of Sulham ; died 
by upsetting of a boat near Yarmouth, Isle of 
Wight, 2 July, bur. at Sulham 19 July 1836. 
M.I. in Sulham Church. 



: Augusta, eldest dau. of Charles Smith of 
Suttons, co. Essex, by Augusta his wife, 3rd 
dau. of Joshua Smith of Erie Stoke Park, 
co. Wilts, M.P. for Devizes 5 born in Queen 
Anne Street, London, 8 February 1799 ; marr. 
at St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 8 
April 1829 ; died with her husband 2 Julv, 
bur. at Sulham 15 July 1836. M.I. in 
chancel. 



Sarah Fox, 2nd dau. of Sir Benjamins 
Hawes, K.C.B., Permanent Under- 
Secretary of State for the War Depart- 
ment, M.P. for Lambeth, J.P. and 
D.L. for Surrey (born 1797, son of 
Benjamin Hawes), bv Sophia Macna- 
mara his wife, dau. of Sir Marc Isam- 
bard Brunei ; born at Old Barge House, 
Lambeth, 24 February, bapt. at St. 
John's, Waterloo Road, London, 3 May 
1830 5 marr. at St. Margaret's, West- 
minster, 30 November 1861 ; died at 
Purley Hall 3 1 October, bur. at Sulham 
6 November 1871. M.T. in Sulham 
Church. 1st wife. 



= Frederick Wilder of Purley= 
Hall, co. Berks, born at 
Tring Park, co. Herts, 2 
J uly, bapt at Sulham 5 Au- 
gust 1832; privately edu- 
cated, and as Gentleman 
Commoner at New College, 
Oxford, matriculated 26 
June 1850, aged' 17, B.A. 
1854, M.A. 1878; J.P. for 
Berks. 



=Augusta Dorothea, eldest 
dau. of Arthur Currie of 
14 Connaught Place, Lon- 
don; born in Portland 
Place 1 July, bapt. at All 
Souls', Langham Place, 
London, 28 July 1835; 
marr. at St. John's, Pad- 
dington, 17 April 1873 3 
died at Purley Hall 9 Jan., 
bur. at Sulham 12 Janu- 
ary 1892. 2nd wife. 




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John Wilder, born in Weymouth Street, Lon- 
don, 9 July, bapt. at Bromley 30 Sept. 1801 5 
educated at Eton and King's Coll., Cambridge, 
Scholar 1820, Fellow 1823-31, B.A. 1824, M.A. 
1828, Deacon 1825, Priest 1826; Assistant 
Master at Eton; Rector of Sulham 1836; 
admitted ad eundem 30 June 1848 j Vice-Pro- 
vost of Eton 1885; marr. 1st, at Hursley, co. 
Hants, 26 July 1831, Mary, dau. of Venerable 
Gilbert Heathcote, M.A. of New Coll., Oxford, 
Vicar of Hursley and Archdeacon of Winchester, 
by Anne his wife, dau. of Rev. John Beadon ; 
died 22 June, aged 45, bur. at Sulham 28 June 
1856. M.I. in Sulham Church. Marr. 2ndly, 
at All Saints', Margaret Street, London, 10 April 
1 866, Mary Hood, dau. of Rev. George Deane, 
M.A. of St. Mary Hall, Oxford, Rector of Bigh- 
ton, co. Hants. He died at Sulham 2 August, 
bur. there 6 August 1892. M.I. on Church- 
yard Cross at Sulham 



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Charles Wilder, born in 
Weymouth Street, Lon- 
don, 12 July, bapt. at 
North Stoneham 23 Au- 
gust 1808; Fellow of 
King's Coll., Cambridge, 
B.A. 183 1, M.A. 1834; 
Assistant Master at Eton 5 
died at Eton 13 Septem- 
ber, bur. at Sulham 20 
September 1837. M.I. 
in Sulham Church. 

Frederick Wilder, born 
in Weymouth Street, 
London, 28 January, 
bapt there 10 March 
1815; died 17 March 
1815, bur. at St Mary- 
lebone, London. 



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Jane, bora in Wey- 
mouth Street, Lon- 
don, 18 July, bapt 
at Sulham 22 Sep- 
tember 181 1 ; died 
at Brighton, co. 
Sussex, 31 Decem- 
ber 1845, bur. at 
Sulham 5 January 
1846. M.I. in Sul- 
ham Church. 

Harriet, born at 
Purley Hall 20 De- 
cember 1819, bapt. 
at Sulham 7 May 
1820$ died 4 Oc- 
tober, bur. at Sul- 
ham 8 Oct. 1823. 
M.I. in Sulham 
Church. 



Rev. Henry Beaufoy Wilder, born at Purley Hall 25 Oct., bapt- 
at Sulham 2? December 1834; educated at Eton and Balliol 
College, Oxford, matriculated 30 November 180, aged 18, 
B.A. 1857, M.A. i860; Deacon 1858; Priest 1859; Rector 
of Sulham 1892; L.S.A. 1869 (Westminster) $ M.R.C.S. 
Eng. 1870. 




: Augusta, 3rd dau. of Langham 
Christie of Preston Deanery, co. 
Northampton, by Margaret Eli- 
zabeth his wife, dau. of William 
Gosling of Hassobury Park, co. 
Essex, and 5 Portland Place, 
London $ born at 2 Cumberland 
Street, London, 1 1 Feb., bapt at 
StMary's, Marylebone, 14 March 
1838 5 marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 1 July 
1858; died at Sulham 17 Nov., 
bur. there 21 November 1892. 



Rev. Henry Charles Wilder, born at lO^pCicely Helen, 2nd dau. of Rev, 



Nottingham Place, London, 7 July, bapt. at 
Sulham 5 August i860 j educated at Eton 
and New College, Oxford, matriculated 16 
October 1879, a ? ed 18, B.A. 1884; Deacon 
1887; Priest 1888; Curate of St. Mark's, 
Battersea Rise, and St. Mary Church, co. 
Devon; Rector of Farnham Royal, co. 
Bucks, 1 89 1. 



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Arthur Bourchier Wrev, M.A. of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, Vicar 
of St. Mary Church, co. Devon, 
by Helen his wife, dau. of Rev. 
Thomas Phillpotts, Hon. Canon 
of Truro; born 31 July, bapt. at 
Buckingham 5 Sept 1861 ; marr. 
at St Mary Church 20 April 1893. 



Augusta Mary, 
born at Sul- 
ham 30 Octo- 
ber, bapt there 
17 November 
1 861. 



Henry Arthur John Wilder, born at Farnham Royal 
26 March, bapt at Sulham 3 May 1894. 



Francis Langham Wilder, 
born at Sulham 26 July, 
bapt. there 9 August 
1863. 



Helen Margaret, 
born at Norwood 
29 January 1867, 
bapt there. 



Frederick Beaufoy Wilder, born 
at Sulham 6 June, bapt. there 2 
July 1 87 1 ; died at Boulogne 31 
August, bur. at Sulham 4 Sep- 
tember 187 1. 



Eveline Irene, 
born at Sul- 
ham 13 May, 
bapt 11 June 
1875. 



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Arms.— Sable, a fess cotised between three martlets or. 
Crest. — A talbot statant sable, collared and chained or. 
Motto. — Semper fidelis. 



Susanna, dau. of= 
John Devall of 
London and Ann 
his wife 5 born 8 
September 1 7 70 5 
marr. 16 April 
1796; died 26 
October, aged 27, 
bur. at Stapleford 
Tawney 4 Nov. 
1796. 1st wife. 



:Charles Smith of Suttons, co. Essex; 
and Portland Place, co. Middx., 
M.P. for Westbury, bom 25 Sep- 
tember 17565 died 9 May, aged 57, 
bur. at Stapleford Tawney 17 May 
1814. Will dated 25 February 1808, 
with codicils, 1st, 1 March 1809, 
2nd, 9 September 181 1, 3rd, 15 June 
1812, 4th, 13 July 1813, 5th, un- 
dated, proved 2 July 18 14 by Au- 
gusta the relict, and Isaac and Leo- 
nard Currie, Ex'ors. (P.C.C., 440 
Bridport) Portrait at Suttons. 



=7=Augusta, 3rd dau. of Joshua Smith of 



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Erie Stoke Park, co. Wilts, M.P. for 
Devizes, by Sarah his wife, dau. of 
Nathaniel Gilbert of Antigua; born 4 
January 1772 5 marr. by Special Licence 
29 March 1798 (marr. settlement dated 
27 March 1798) 5 died 17 October, aged 
73, bur. at Stapleford Tawney 25 Octo- 
ber 1845. Will dated 28 April 1845, 
proved 14 November 1845 by Spencer 
Smith and Arthur Currie, the Ex'ors. 
(P.C.C. 1845, fo. 876.) Miniature at 
Suttons. 2nd wife. 




Augusta, born in Queen 

Anne Street, London, 8 

February 1799 ; marr. at 

St. George's, Hanover 

Square, 8 April 1829, 

Rev. Henry Watson 

Wilder of Purley Hall, 

co. Berks (son of John 

Wilder of Purlev Hall, 

by Harriet his wife, dau. 

of Dr. Edwards Beadon), 

born in Weymouth St., 

London, 3 November, 

bapt. there 1 1 December 

1798; of Oriel College, 

Oxford, matriculated 3 1 

January 18 16, aged 17, 

B.A. 1820, M.A. 18225 

Rector of Sulham; he 

died at Yarmouth 2 July, 

bur. at Sulham 19 July 

1836. M.I. in Sulham 

Church. She died 2 July, 

bur. at Sulham 15 July 

1836. M.I. in Chancel. 
_ 



Belinda, dau. and heir= 
of George Colebrooke 
of Woodlands, Lynd- 
hurst, co. Hants, 
eldest son and heir- 
apparent of Sir George 
Colebrooke, Bart., by 
Belinda his wife (his 
will dated 29 Febru- 
ary 1808, proved 20 
May 1809) ; born n 
July 1800 5 marr. 28 
October 1823 ; died 
22 January, bur. at 
Stapleford Tawney 29 
January 1825. Por- 
trait at Suttons. 1st 
wife. 



:Sir Charles Joshua- 
Smith, Bart, (suc- 
ceeded to the title 
on the death of his 
great - uncle Sir 
Drummond Smith, 
Bart.), born 3 1 
May 1 800 j died 14 
January, aged 30, 
bur. at Stapleford 
Tawney 22 January 
1 83 1. Will dated 
19 January 1828, 
codicil 27 Decem- 
ber 1830, proved 5 
August 1 83 1. Por- 
trait at Suttons. 



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: Mary, 2nd dau. of Wil- 
liam Gosling of Roehamp- 
ton, by Margaret Eliza- 
beth his 1 st wife, dau. 
and coheir of Sir Ellis 
Cunliffe, Bart., of Acton, 
co. Chester 5 born 2 Feb. 
1800$ marr. at All Souls, 
Langham Place, 23 July 
18265 died 3 July, bur. 
at Stapleford Tawney 9 
July 1842. Will dated 
12 July 1832, codicil 29 
September 1834, proved 
27 August 1842. (P.C.C.) 
Portrait at Suttons. 2nd 
wife. 




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Emma, born= 
27 September 
1801 j marr. 
at Tring 16 
Dec. 1828; 
died 10 Nov., 
bur. at Bray 
16 November 
1876. 



:Rev. James Edward Austin- 
Leigh, Vicar of Bray, co. 
Berks (son of Rev. James 
Edward Austin of Steventon, 
by Mary his wife, dau. of 
Rev. Nowes Lloyd); born 
at Dean 17 November 1798, 
and bapt. there; took the 
name of Leigh, in addition 
to and after that of Austin 
and to bear the arms of 
Leigh, by Royal Licence, 
dated 26 January 1837; 
died 8 September, bur. at 
Bray 12 September 1874. 



Frances, born 28=j=Rev. Richard Seymour (son of 
October 1803 ; 
marr. at Maple- 
durham 30 Oc- 
tober 1834; died 
27 April, aged 
67, bur. at Kin- 
warton, co. War- 
wick, 2 May 
1871. 



Admiral Sir Michael Seymour, 
Bart, K.C.B., by Jane his wife, 
dau. of Captain James Hawker, 
R.N.) of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 8 May 1824, aged 
18, B.A. 1828, M.A. 1830; 
Rector of Kinwarton, co. War- 
wick, Canon of Worcester; 
born 2 March 1806; died 6 
July, aged 74, bur. at Kin- 
warton 13 July 1880. 



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Sir Charles Cunliffe Smith, Bart., of= 
Suttons, co. Essex, J. P. and D.L. 
for that county, High Sheriff 1852, 
born 15 September, bapt. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, 13 Octo- 
ber 1827. Portrait at Suttons. 



Frederics Mary, 
born 25 Sep* 
tember, bapt. at 
St. George's, 
Hanover Sq., 
28 Oct, 1856. 



Agnes Frederics, youngest dau. of Capel Cure of Blake 
Hall, Bobbingworth, co. Essex, by Frederica his wife, dau. 
of Lieut-General Robert Cheney of Langley Hall, co. 
Derby, Aide^de-Camp to His Majesty King George III. ; 
born 30 April, bapt. at Bobbingworth 7 August 1836; 
marr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, 15 February 1855. 
Portrait at Suttons. 



Laura, born 23 November 1858, 
bapt. at Stapleford Tawney 23 

January 1859; marr. at St. 
eter's, Eaton Square, 21 Janu- 
ary 189 1, Rev. Charles George 
Beaumont Hotham (son of 
Beaumont Williams Hotham, 
H.M. Consul at Calais, by 
Charlotte Amelia his wife, dau. 
of Admiral George Frederick 
Rich, R.N.) of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1882, Rector 
of Theydon Garnon, co. Essex, 
till 1893, born 19 Sept., bapt. at 
Lyme Church, near Chertsey, 
co. Surrey, 18 October 1858. 



Drummond Reginald Cunliffe Smith of 
Cunliffe Stondon House, Brentwood, 

Smith, born Lieut. 2nd Life Guards, born 
23 February, 5 Dec. 1863, bapt. at Staple- 
bapt. at St. ford Tawney 15 Jan. 18645 
George's, marr. at St. Mary Abbott's, 

Hanover Kensington, 11 Nov. 1892, 

Square, 6 Maude Eleanor, dau. of Robert 
April 1 861. Gosling of Hassobury, co. 
Portrait at Herts, by Eleanor his wife, 
Suttons. dau. of Spencer Smith of Brook- 

lands, co. Hants; born at 43 
York Terrace, Regent's Park, 
2 July, bapt at Salisbury 
Green, Southampton, 3 Au- 
gust 1862. Portrait at Suttons. 



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Spencer Smith of Brooklands, co. Hants, and Fonthill, Jamaica, 3 
born 8 March 1806; died at Badgemore, Henley-on-Thames, 
2 May, bur. at Salisbury, co. Hants, 9 May 1882. Will dated 
11 January 1875, with codicils, 1st, 13 January 1875, an< * an< ** 
in Aug. 1875, proved in the Principal Registry 1 June 1882 by 
Seymour Spencer Smith, Rev. Spencer Compton Hamilton Spen- 
cer Smith, and Rev. Orlando Spencer Smith, the sons and Ex'ors. 



^Frances Anne, 2nd dan. of 
Admiral Sir Michael Seymour, 
Bart., K.C.B., by Jane his 
wife, dau. of Captain James 
Hawker, R.N. ; born at Ply- 
mouth 14 August 1807; 
marr. at Blendworth, co. 
Hants, 3 September 183,$. 



Spencer Joshua Smith, 
born at 6 Portland 
Place, London, 1836$ 
died in London 1841, 
bur. at Brompton, and 
afterward moved to 
vault at Salisbury. 

Drummond Smith,born 
at Cadlington, Horn- 
dean, 00. Hants, 13 
Sept. 1837; died at 
Brooklands, co. Hants, 
3 November, bur. at 
Salisbury 7 Nov. 1874. 



Eleanor Spencer, born 
at Brighton 3 June 
1839 ; marr. at Saris- 
bury, 19 September 
1861, Robert Gosling 
(eldest son of Robert 
Gosling of Hasso- 
bury, co. Herts, by 
Georgina Vere his 
wife, dau. of the Right 
Hon. John Sulivan), 
born at Roehampton, 
co. Surrey, 15 October 
183 1, bapt. privately 
at 32 Dover Street, 
London, late Captain 
13 th Light Infantry, 
J.P. and D.L. for 
Essex, High Sheriff 
1871, J.P. tor Herts. 



Seymour Spen- 
cer Smith, Cap- 
tain R.N., born 
at Brooklands 
11 February, 
bapt. at Saris- 
bury 2 April 
1841 ; died at 
82 Victoria 
Street, London, 
1 August, bur. 
atKensal Green 
Cemetery 4 
August 1893. 



Rev. Spencer=f=Mary, dau. of 
Compton " 

Hamilton 
Spencer Smith 
of Kingston, 
nearWareham, 
of Balliol Coll., 
Oxford, matri- 
culated 19 Jan. 
1861, aged 18, 
B.A. 1868, 
M.A. 1869, 
Vicar of King- 
ston, co. Dor- 
set, born at 
Brooklands 22 
June, bapt. at 
Sarisbury 18 
August 1842. 



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Admiral Cos- 
patrickBaillie 
Hamilton, 
Knight of 
the Medjidie, 
4th Class, by 
Mary his wife, 
only child of 
ThomasGrove 
of Ferae, co. 
Wilts; born 
22 January 
1 850 j marr. 
at St Paul's, 
Knights- 
bridge, Lon- 
don, 18 July 
1872. 



Margaret Cecily, born at Oak- 
hurst, near Hastings, 22 No- 
vember, bapt. at Ore, co. Sus- 
sex, 20 December 1874. 



Drummond Cospatrick Hamil- 
ton Spencer Smith, born at 
Kingston 4 November,, bapt 
there 3 December 1876. 



Michael Seymour Hamilton 
Spencer Smith, born at King- 
ston 6 July, bapt there 31 
July 1881. 



Mary Charlotte,: 
born 28 Nov. 
1828, bapt. at 
All Souls, Lang- 
ham Place, 2 
Jan. 1829; marr. 
at Kinwarton, 
co. Worcester, 13 
May 1861 ; died 
22 April, aged 
50, bur. at Staple- 
ford Tawney 28 
April 1879. 



=Lieut-General Gaspard le Mar- 
chant Tupper, R.A. (son of 
Daniel Tupper of the Island of 
Guernsey, by Anne Maria his 
wife, dau. of Major-General 
John Gaspard le Marchant), of 
24 Cornwall Gardens, born at 
Guernsey 8 August 1826, bapt. 
there; served in the Crimean 
War; Knight of Medjidie; 
received the Crimean Medal 
with three Clasps, the Sar- 
dinian Medal, and the Turkish 
Medal; twnnwnHing troops at 
Woolwich 1887-8. 



Augusta Eliza- 
beth, born 26 
July, bapt. at 
All Souls CL, 
Langbam Place, 
24 Sept. 1830*3 
marr. at Staple- 
ford Tawney 13 
October 1857. 



-Rev.Laurence GeorgeCapel 
Cure (son of Capel Cure of 
Blake Hall, Bobbingworth, 
co. Essex, by Frederica his 
wife, dau. of Lieut-General 
Robert Cheney of Langley 
Hall, 00. Derby, Aide-de- 
Camp to His Majesty King 
George III.) of Balliol Col- 
lege, Oxford, matriculated 
24 March 1852, aged 18, 
B.A. 1856 5 Rector of Ab- 
bess Roding, 00. Essex; 
born 10 July, bapt. at Bob- 
bingworth 11 September 
1833. 



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Sarah Eliza, bora n=f=Sir Denis le Marchant (son of Charlotte Judith,=r Arthur Carrie of 



Nov. 1807 ; marr. at 
Mapledurham 9 Jan. 
1835; died 7 March, 
bur. at Chobham, co. 
Surrey, 10 March 
1894. Will dated 11 
July 1877, with codi- 
cil 1 August 1879, 
proved 2 Aug. 1894 
by Sir Henry Denis 
le Marchant, Bart., 
and Francis Charles 
le Marchant, sons 
and Ex'ors. 



Major-General John Gaspard le born 30 Novem- 
Marchant, who fell at the Battle of ber 1809 ; marr. 
Salamanca while leading the charge at Tring 7 Febru- 
of the Heavy Cavalry Brigade, by ary 1833 » died 20 
Mary his wife, dau. of John Carey), March, bur. at 
created Baronet 14 October 1841, Bromley-by-Bow 
born 3 July 1795, bapt. at New- 27 March 1840. 
castle-on-Tyne; M.P. for Worces- 
ter ; Secretary of Board of Trade, 
and Chief Clerk to the House of 
Commons; died 30 October, bur. 
at Chobham, co, Surrey, 5 No- 
vember 1874. 



High Elms, co. 
Herts (son of Leo- 
nard Currie, by 
Dorothy his wife, 
dau. of John Close 
of Easby, caYork), 
born 21 May, 
bapt. at Bromley- 
by-Bow a 1 June 
1804; died 20 
November 1875, 
bur. at Cannes, 
France. 



Rev. Orlando 
Smith of Landford 
Lodge, Salisbury, 
M.A. of Oriel Col- 
lege, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 1 July 1862, 
aged 18, B.A. 1867, 
M.A. 1870, Rector 
of Swvre, co. Dorset, 
1879-89, born at 
Brooklands 17 De- 
cember 1843. 



Spencer=pTheod< 



losia, dau. of Gen. 
Sir Richard England, 
G.C.B., K.H., by-Theo- 
dosia his wife, dau. of 
Richard Fountayne-Wil- 
son, M.P., of Melton 
Park, cov York ; born 6* 
Dec. 18465 marr. at St. 
Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, 27 April 1876; 
died at Landford, co. 
Wilts, 1 October, bur. 
at Salisbury 6 October 
1 891. 



Gilbert Joshua= 
Spencer Smith 
of Maidenstone, 
near Bursledon, 
Southampton, 
late Capt. 85th 
King's Light 
Infantry and 
3rd Batt. Hants 
Regt, born at 
Brooklands 17 
December 1 843. 



: Edith Charlotte, only child 
of Captain the Hon. Dudley 
Worsley- Anderson- Pelham, 
R.N., by Madaline his wife, 
dau. of Admiral Sir John 
Gordon-Sinclair, Bart., K.N.; 
born at St. Lawrence, Isle of , 
Wight, 23 August, bapt 
there 30 September 1849; 
marr. at St. Michael's, 
Chester Square, 10 August 
1875. 



Katharine Winifred, born 
at Kingston-on-Soar, co. 
Notts, 1 1 April, bapt there 
6 May 1877. 

Theodosia Lettice, born at 
Kingston, co. Notts, 20 
January, bapt at Sarisbury 
25 March 1879. 



Gerald Montague Spencer 
Smith, born at Swyre Rec- 
tory 4 June, bapt at Swyre 
17 July 1881. 



Pamela, born at Swyre 8 
April, bapt there 27 May 
1883. 



Richard Osbaldeston Spencer Smith, 
born at Swvre 18 February, bapt. 
there 19 Apnl 1885. 

Olive Dorothea, bora at Swyre 27 
April, bapt there 20 June 1886. 

Rosamond Sophia, bora at Landford 
16 July, bapt. there 24 August 1891. 



Madeline Charlotte 
Spencer, born at St 
Lawrence 8 No- 
vember, bapt there 
9 December 1877. 

Edith Frances Spen- 
cer, bora at St 
Lawrence aj May, 
bapt there 29 June 
1879. 



Grace Isabel Spen- 
cer, born at St Law- 
rence 18 August, 
bapt. there 3 Octo- 
ber 1880. 

Mary Elinor, bora 
at St Lawrence 22 
January, bapt. there 
25 February 1883. . 



Rachel Spencer, bora 
at St Lawrence 18 
August, bapt. there 
21 September 1887. 

Frances Maud Spen- 
cer, bora at Maiden- 
stone 6 November 
1888, bapt at Saris- 
bury 6 Jan. 1889. 



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Beatrice Evelyn Spencer, bora 
at Maidenstone25 March, bapt 
at Bursledon 11 May 1890. 

Octavia Spencer, bora at St 
Lawrence 12 August, bapt at 
Bursledon 9 October 1892. 

Gilbert Seymour Worsley 
Spencer Smith, born at Maiden- 
stone 22 May, bapt. at Bursle- 
don 29 July 1894. 



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Drummond Smith, 
bora 13 April 1812$ 
died onmarr. at 
Palermo 5 Novem- 
ber 183 a, aged 20, 
bur. in the Protest- 
ant Burial-ground 
there. Portrait at 
Suttons. 



Maria Louisa, born= 
13 May 18149 pri- 
vately bapt at 6 
Portland Place by 
the Bisbop of Bath 
and Wells; marr. 
at Mapledurham 10 
Feb. 1844; died 
24 July, bur. at 
Broadway Chapel, 
Northchurch, Berk- 
hampsted, 29 July 
1887. 2nd wife. 



: Rev. Sir John Hobart Culme Seymour, Bart (son of 
Admiral Sir Michael Seymour, K.C.B., by Jane his 
wife, dan. of Captain James Hawker, R.N.), of 
Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 16 December 
181 7, aged 17, B.A. 1821, M.A. 1824; Canon of 
Gloucester, Rector of Northchurch, Berkhampsted, 
1830, Chaplain in Ordinary to the Queen, and Pre- 
bendary of Lincoln, born at Beaumont House 24 March 
1800; assumed, by Royal Licence 6 May 1842, the 
surname of Culme before that of Seymour. He marr. 
firstly, 12 April 1833, Elizabeth, elder dau. and coheir 
of Rev. Thomas Culme of Tothill, co. Devon, who 
died 6 March 1841. He died 17 September, bur. at 
Broadway Chapel 22 September 1880. 



Dora Spencer, 5 
born at Brook- 
lands 1 Febru- 
ary, bapt. at 
Salisbury 1 1 
April 1845 1 
marr. at Christ 
Ch., Albany 
Street, Lon- 
don, 21 Sep- 
tember 1876. 



: Rev. John Jenkyns of BaDiol Coll., 
Oxford, B.A. 1867, M.A. 1870 (3rd 
son of Rev. Henry Jenkyns, D.D., of 
Botley Hill, co. Hants, Canon of 
Durham, by Harriet his wife, dau. 
of Right Hon. Henry Hobhouse of 
Hapsden, co. Somerset), born 26 
September, bapt at St. Mary-le-Bow, 
co. Durham, 25 October 1843 ; 
Curate of Cranfield, co. Berks, 
1871-745 Vicar of Ledlington 
1874-76, Rector of Thornhaugh, 
co. Northampton, 1876. 



Isabella Mary Spen- 
cer, born at Brighton 
27 April 1846; died 
at Brooklands 3 Sep- 
tember, bur. at Saris- 
bury 9 Sept. 1870. 

Frances Augusta, died 
an infant in 1848. 



Augusta Frances 
Spencer, born at 
Brooklands 31 
August, bapt. at 
Salisbury 13 Oc- 
tober 1849. 

Frances Adela 
Spencer, born at 
Brooklands 30 
May, bapt at 
Sarisbury 1 Aug. 
'857. 




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#lowfc of Coley, JSLeaWttfl, to. &erft& 

i4rm*. — Gules, a chevron between three lions 1 heads erased argent. 
Crest. — A cockatrice argent. 
Motto.— Fortiter, fideliter, feliciter. 



John Monck of Cecil Street, London, and of Bath (only son 
William Monck and Dorothy his wife, sister of John Bligh, ist 
Earl of Darnley), born in 1734; of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 18 June 1754, aged 19, B.C.L. 1761, of the Middle 
Temple 1 756, and of Lincoln's Inn, ad eundem, 1 758 ; Master of 
the Ceremonies at Bath; died at Bath 12 November, bur. in 
Walcot Church, Bath, 19 November 1809. M.I. in St. Mary's 
Church, Reading. Will dated 30 June 1808, with four codicils 
dated respectively 11 January, 26 October, 6 October, and 26 
October 1809, proved 11 December 1 809 by son John Berkeley 
Monck, power reserved, etc. (P.C.C., 888 Loveday.) Portrait 
by Angelica Kauffman at Coley. 

Jdry Amck>. 



of^pEmilia Snee, dau. of Sarah 
Snee, widow, of Bloomsbury 
Square, London ; marriage 
settlement dated 14 February 
1767 ; died 2 May, bur. at 
Walcot, near Bath, 6 May 

1 19S- Wiil date <* x 9 Fe- 
bruary 1795, proved 1 June 
1795 by son John Berkeley 
Monck, residuary legatee and 
Exor. (P.C.C.) Portrait 
by James at Coley. 



William Bligh Monck, 
mentioned in his mo- 
ther's will, of Oriel 
College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 27 October 
1788, aged 20 5 died 
unmarr. 12 April, bur. 
at Paddington 17 April 
1814. 



John Berkeley Monck of Coley Park, bapt. at=j=Mary, 
Walcot 19 September 1769$ educated at Eton, 
M.P. for Reading j died at Coley 12 Dec., aged 
66, bur. in Coley Vault in St. Mary's Church, 
Reading, 19 December 1 834. M.I. in St. Mary's. 
Will dated $ June 1815, with codicil dated 14 
August 1 834, proved 24 January 1 835 by Richard 
Sherwood of Reading, Surgeon, Ex'or. (P.C.C, 
33 Gloster.) Portrait by Jones at Coley. 




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Jonn 



', dau. of William 
and Mary Stephens 
of Aldermaston, co. 
Berks j bapt. at Alder- 
maston 23 October 
1786; marr. there 4 
May 1810 5 died at 
Highfield in parish of 
St. Mary's, Reading, 
8 October, aged 81, 
bur. in churchyard at 
Caversham 13 Octo- 
ber 1868. 



Bligh Monck of Coley, born at Coley 8=rElizabeth Margaret, 3rd dau. of Rev. Samuel 



August, bapt. at St. Mary's, Reading, 18 Septem 
ber 181 1 j educated at Eton and Brasenose College, 
Oxford, matriculated 27 June 1829, aged 17, B. A. 
from New Inn Hall 1833, student of the Inner 
Temple 1834; High Sheriff of Berks 1845, and 
J.P. for that county. Portrait by Lucas at Coley. 




Wildman Yates, M.A., Vicar of St Mary's, 
Readbg, and Charlotte Ann his wife 5 marr. 
at St Mary's, Reading, 22 June 1841; died 
in London. 25 November, bur. at Aldworth, 
co. Berks, 1 December 1884. 



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Charles Monck, bant, at Walcot 
15 September 177a 5 of New Col- 
lege, Oxford, matriculated 6 June 
1792, aged 19, B.A. 1796, Fellow 
until 1832 of Inner Temple; 
Barrister-at-Law 1806; died about 
1833. 

Henry Dutton Monck, bapt at 
Walcot 4 September 17755 of 
Oriel Coll., Oxford, matriculated 
12 February 1796, aged 20. 



Rev. George Monck of Cors-qpHonble. Sarah Hamilton, only 

dan. of Gustavus, 5th Viscount 
Boyne, by Martha Matilda, 
only dau. of Sir Quatle Somer- 
ville, Bart., of Somerville, co. 
Meath 5 born 23 February 
1775$ marr. 13 April 1809; 
died 20 March, bur. at Corston 
4 April 1849. Adm'on granted 
20 April 1849 *° George 
Gustavus Monck, the only 
child. (P.C.C.) 



ton, near Bath, born 14 May, 
bapt. at Walcot 16 June 
1777 5 of Pembroke College, 
Oxford, matriculated 3 July 
1797, aged 20, B.A. 1801 ; 
died 27 February, bur. at 
Corston, Somerset, 5 March 
1846. Adm'on dated 17 
March 1846 to Hon. Sarah 
Monck the relict. (P.C.C.) 



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Emilia, born at Coley 29 
July, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Reading, 19 October 
1 8 14; died at Old Park, 
Devizes, 1 September 
1869, bur. in churchyard 
at Caversham, co. Oxon. 
Memorial window in All 
Saints' Church, Reading. 



Mariette, born^Charles, only 



at Tours 31 
October 181 7, 
bapt. there 12 
January 18185 
marr. at St. 
Mary's, Read- 
ing, 24 
1842. 



son of Charles 
Hill of Knus- 
ton and Jane 
his wife 5 born 
1 Oct. 1810, 
bapt. at Well- 
July 18x1. 



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Rev. William Stanley Monck, born 
at Coley 26 March, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Reading, 3 September 18225 
educated at Eton and University 
College, Oxford, matriculated 11 
November 1841, aged 19, B.A. 18455 
Curate of St. Peter's, Leeds ; died 
there 1 1 July, bur. in Coley Vault 
14 July 1847. Memorial window 
in St. Mary's, Reading. 



William Berkeley Monck, born at Coley 8 April, bapt. at St. Mary's =j=Althea Pauline Louise, 

~ ~ ~ " dau.andcoheirof Charles 

Alexander Fanshawe 
and Althea Hedwig his 
wife, of Grodno, Russia ; 
born at Warsaw, Poland, 
16 August, bapt. there 
1 November 1849 j 
marr. at English Em- 
bassy and All Saints' 
Church, Dresden, 26 
September 1872. 



Reading, 3 June 18425 educated at Eton and Magdalen College, 
Oxford, matriculated ao-October i860, aged 18, B.A. 18655 Barrtster- 
at-Law of Inner Temple 27 January 18685 J*?* * or Berks; Mayor of 
Reading 1888. 



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f 

Louise Emilia, born 
at Coley 1 j Febru- 
ary, bapt. at St. 
tfary's, ~ 
5 April 1875. 



Margaret Althea, born 
at Highfield, Reading, 
6 September, bapt. at 
81. Mary'*, Reading, 
21 October 1876. 



George Stanley Stephens 
Monck, born at Bourne- 
mouth, co. Hants, 11 
January, bapt. at St 
eter's, Bournemouth, 24 
February 1880. 

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John 



Berkeley Monck, 
born in London 18 
December 1883, hapt. 
at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square. 



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Emilia, bom 24 October, bapt. atnrRev. Charles Vaughan of Crickhowell, South Wales (son of 
Walcot, 20 November 1 778 -, Rev. Henry Vaughan of Brechin), of Exeter College, Oxford, 
died at Pontywall, Wales, »o July, matriculated 5 July 1793, aged 18, B.A. 1798, M.A. 1801 j 
bur. at Llandavalley, near Talgarth, died at Hampton Lodge, near Hereford, 8 January, aged 75, 
26 July 1849. bur. at Llandavalley, near Talgarth, 14 January 185 1. 



Charlotte Emilia 
Margaret, born at 
Coley 12 March, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Reading, 10 May 
1843. 



Mary Louisa, born at Coley 
14 March, bapt. at St Mary's, 
Reading, 24 May 1844$ 
man*, at St. Mary s, Read- 
ing, 26 November 1872, 
Richard Edgcumbe, eldest 
son of Honble. George Edg- 
cumbe and Fanny Lucy his 
wife, dau. of Sir John 
Shelley, Bart. ; born 12 
August 1843 5 one of Her 
Majesty's Sergeants at 
Arms. =F 



John Stanley Monck, 
born at Coley 28 Fe- 
bruary, bapt. at St. 
Mary s, Reading, 20 
May 1845; marr - in 
New Zealand in 1870. 



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Charles Henry Bligh 
Monck, born at Coley 
1 March, bapt. at St 
Mary's, Reading, 27 
May 1846; died at 
Coley 15 February, 
bur. in Coley Vault 19 , 
February 1847. 



Frances Elizabeth,=pMajor James John Lou- 
don McAdam, late 7th 
Dragoon Guards, only 
son of James McAdam 
of Tindon End and An- 

Jelica his wife ; born 30 
une, bapt at St Mar- 
tin's in the Fields 3 Au- 
gust 1840 5 J.P. for 
Essex and Dorset. 



born at Coley 15 
Anril, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Reading, 
12 June 1847 > 
marr. at St. Mary's, 
Reading, 11 July 
1871. 



Rev. George Gustavus Monck," 
born at Coley 28 August, bapt 
privately and received into 
Church 16 September 1849; 
of Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated 4 June 1868, aged 
18, B.A. 1872, M.A. 18755 
Vicar of Welshampton, co. 
Salop, 1 876-1 885 5 Vicar of 
St Matthias, Liverpool, 1891. 



: Hester Isabella, 
dau. and coheir 
of James An- 
drew Nugent 
and Hester his 
wife; born 16 
June 1845 j 
marr. at Christ 
Church, Leam- 
ington, 14 May 
1876. 



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Walter Nugent Bligh Monck, 
born at Welshampton 4 Fe- 
bruary, bapt. there 20 March 
1878. 



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jttoncft of Corston, neat *art). 

Arms. — Gules, a chevron between three lions' heads erased argent. 
Crest.— A cockatrice argent. 
Motto.— FortittY 6deliter f elictter. 



Rev. George Monck of Corston, near Bath, born- 
14 May, bapt. at Walcot 16 June 1 777 $ of Pern, 
broke College, Oxford, matriculated 3 July 
1797, aged 20, B.A. 18015 died 27 February, 
bur. at Corston Church, co. Somerset, 5 March 
1846. M.I. Adm'on dated 17 March 1846 to 
Hon. Sarah Monck the relict. (P.C.C.) 




:Hon. Sarah Hamilton, only dau. of Gustavus, 
jth Viscount Boyne, by Martha Matilda his 
wife, only dau. of Sir Quaile Somerville, Bart.; 
born 23 February 1775 ; marr. 13 April 1809 ; 
died 29 March, bur. at Corston 4 April 1849. 
M.I. Adm'on dated 20 April 1849 to George 
Gustavus Monck, son. (P.C.G.) 



George Gustavus Monck of Cressex Lodge, Silver Hill, St. : 
Leonard's, co. Sussex, J.P., bora 20 March 1815, bapt. at 
Corston; of Pembroke College, Oxford, matriculated 30 
October 1834, aged l 9> B.A. 1838 J died 22 July, bur. at 
Guestling, near Hastings, 25 July 1885. M.I. Will dated 
5 Tune 1884, proved at Lewes 10 September 1885 by Rev. 
Edward Francis Berkeley Monck, son, and William Black- 
man Young, £x*ors. 



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^Harriet, dau. of the Right Hon* Sir 
William Horne, M.P., Attorney- 
General (second son of Rev. Tho- 
mas Horne); born $ June 181 1 5 
marr. at Marylebone Church 21 
July 18465 died 4 July, bur. at 
Guestling 8 July 1886. M.I. 



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George Gustavus Frederick 
William Monck, born 15 
December 1847, bapt. at 
Corston 7 January 1848; 
died at St. Leonard's-on-Sea 
4 June, bur. at Guestling 
9 June 1877. Adm'on to 
Rev. Edward Francis Berke- 
ley Monck 22 September 
1885. (P.R.) 



Sarah Emilia 
Martha, born 
at Bath 25 
March 1849; 
died at Guest* 
ling 3 Febru- 
ary, bur. there 
8 February 
18J0. 



Rev. Edward Francis 1 
Berkeley Monck of 
Pembroke College, 
Oxford, matriculated 
27 October 1870, aged 
19, B.A. 1873, Vicar 
of Netherfield, co. 
Sussex, October 1873 5 
born 24 Sept., bapt. 
privately at Guestling 
26 September 1851. 



Mary Harriet Oakley, 
born 29 May, bapt. at 
Battle 23 July 1886. 



Gustavus Alfred Berkeley 
Monck, born 20 January, 
bapt. at Battle 1 April 
1888. 



^Elizabeth Mary, 3rd dau. 
of Rev. Alfred Burder, 
Vicar of Oakley, co. Essex \ 
born 26 October 1857, 
bapt. at Parish Church, 
Islington, 5 March 1858$ 
marr. at Battle Church 17 
July 1884. 



ChristonherTorrington Monck, 
born 7 October, bapt. at Nether- 
field, co. Sussex, 17 November 
1892. 



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Harriet Ellen Charlotte, born at Guestling 3 1 Janu- 
ary, bapt there 9 March 1853 ; marr. at Llansaint- 
ffraid, 4 April 1888, Captain Henry de Gruchy, 
eldest surviving son of Rev. George de Gruchy, 
Vicar of Stoke St. Milburgh, 00. Salop. 

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John 



hn Bligh Monck= 
of Weston Cotton, 
Oswestry, born 28 
May, bapt. at 
Guestling 28 June 




: Mary Louisa, eldest 
dau. of Rev. George 
de Gruchy, Vicar of 
Stoke St. Milburgh, 
co. Salop; born at 
Little Bealiogs 8 
March, bapt. there 
privately 8 April, and 
received into the 
Church 25 May 1856; 
marr. at Stoke St 
Milburgh 2 February 
1 881. 



George Gustavus Bligh 
Monck, born 17 De- 
cember 1881, bapt. at 
Brinkburne Abbey, co. 
Northumberland, 15 
January 1882 5 died 16 
December, bur. in Long 
Horsley Churchyard 
20 December 1882. 



Mary Harriet 
Dorothy, born 
24 November 
1883, bapt. at 
Stoke St. Mil- 
burgh 5 Jan. 
1884; died 19 
July, bur. in 
Long Horsley 
Churchyard 22 
July 1884. 



George Francis Bligh Monck, born 
21 February, bapt. at Long Horsley, 
co. Northumberland, 2 March 1885. 

Mary Violet Kathleen, born 25 
January, bapt. at Llansaintffraid, co. 
Montgomery, 8 March, died 24 Oc- 
tober, and bur. in Oswestry Ceme- 
tery 27 October 1891. 



Henry Gustavus 
HamritonMonck, 
born 1 January, 
bapt. at Oswestry 
9 February 1894. 




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Arms of Tempest of Brough- 
TON on record in the College of 
Arms are, in Sir William Slings- 
b?s copy of Glover's ' Visitation of 
Yorkshire/ 1584-5, 2 D 5, p. 166.— 
Quarterly : 1 and 4, Argent, on a 
bend between six martlets sable an 
annulet. This annulet in Lancaster 
Herald Nich. Charles's copy of 
this visitation is given as " or " (see 
Harleian MS. 1394, fo. 203) ; the 
annulet is also given as "or" in a 
sketch of the arms by Dodsworth 
(see Bodleian Lib'., Dodsworth 
MSS., vol. vi., p. 56), Tempest ; 
2, Argent, a fess between six 
martlets sable, Gilliot; 3, Ar- 
gent, a lion rampant gules, within 
a bordare of demi fleurs-de-lis 
azure, Thorpe. Dugdale in 1665 
allows the same arms. 

Crest.— On a torce argent and 
sable a griffin's head erased per 
pale argent and sable, beaked and 
crined gules, charged with an 
annulet of the last. The Tempests 
also quarter the arms of Ogle- 
thorpe of Roundhay, Scrope of 
Danbv, Meynell of Dalton, and 
Blundell of Ince Blundell, with 
their numerous quarterings. 



Cempest of *rougf)ton4n^ 

Cratoen an* Colebp, 

co. Lincoln. 



Stephen Tempest of Broughton-in-= 
Craven, 6th child but eldest surviving 
son of Stephen Walter Tempest of 
Broughton-in-Craven, and Frances 
Olive his wife, 3rd dan. and coheir of 
George Meynell of Aldborough and 
West Dalton, co. York; born at 
Broughton Hall 1 May J 756, bapt. 
same day by Catholic Domestic Chap- 
lain, godfather Marmaduke Middleton 
of Stockeld, godmother Mrs. Howard 
of Corby (note in Mr. S. W. Tem- 
pest's hand in Beckwith's pedigree at 
Broughton Hall ; also entered in the 
Broughton Parish Church Register as 
bapt 1 May 1756). In 1806, on the 
death of Maria, widow of Thomas 
Scrope of Cockerington and Coleby, 
co. Lincoln, Mr. Tempest succeeded 
as heir-at-law to Mr. Scrope (through 
his great-great-grandmotber Anne 
Scrope of Danby) to the estates of 
Coleby and Rowston, co. Lincoln. 
He died at Broughton Hall 28 Novem- 
ber 1824, and was bur. in the Tem- 
pest Chantry of Broughton Parish 
Church, being the last of his line 
there buried, the first having been 
Roger Tempest, interred 1467. 



Elizabeth, 2nd dan. and 
eventual coheir of Henry 
Blundell of Ince Blun- 
dell, co. Lancaster, by 
his wife Elizabeth, dan. 
of Sir George Mostyn 
of Talacre, co. Flint, 
Bart ; born 1766 ; marr. 
at Sefton Church 1 May 
1789. By deed of par- 
tition 18 1 8 Mrs. Tem- 
pest received for her 
share of her father's 
estates the Manor -of 
Heaton, and land there, 
and in Rumworth, co. 
Lancaster, being part of 
the ancient possessions 
of the Andertons of 
Lostock, whose coheir 
she also was. She pur- 
chased the estate of 
Ackworth Grange, near 
Pontefract, where she 
died 25 April, being bur. 
in the Chapel of the 
Sacred Heart attached to 
the house 6 May 1845. 



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Stephen Tempest, born at Walcot, parish of Bath, 
8 February 1790, bapt. same day by Domestic 
Chaplain, Rev. J. Heatley, S. T. (Broughton Parish 
Register and Broughton Hall Chapel Register) ; 
entered Stonyhurst College 22 August 1800 ; died 
at Rome 20 January, bur. at the Church of the 
Jesuits there 22 January 1822. M.I. there. 



Henry Tempest, born 
at Broughton 29 June 
1 791, bapt same day ; 
died at Ince Blundell 
February 1795, bur. in 
Sefton Ch. (Broughton 
Parish Register). 



Elizabeth, born 24 
December, bapt 25 
December 1792 1 
died 7 June, bur. 
in Broughton Ch. 9 
June 1802 (Brough- 
ton Register). 



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Sir Charles Robert Tempest of Broughton-in-Craven 
and Coleby, etc., co. Lincoln, Bart., born at Broughton 
Hall *i April 1794 (Chapel Register and note in 
pedigree); entered at Stonyhurst College 17 Sep- 
tember 1806 $ succeeded his father in the Broughton, 
Coleby, and Rixton properties; High Sheriff of 
Yorkshire 1839 > created a Baronet 1841 ; claimed 
the Baronr of De Scales as coheir through his great- 
grandmother Elizabeth Fermor, but died before it 
was called out of abeyance ; died unmarr. at Stony- 
hurst College 8 December, bur. at St Stephen's 
Catholic Churchy Skipton-io-Craven, 19 December 
1865, which he had built. The Baronetcy became 
extinct, and he left his estates in trust, during the 
life of his nephew Charles Henry Tempest, for the 
use of his nephew Arthur Cecil Tempest and friend 
James Fleming, with remainder to heirs male. 



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Heury Tempest, 
at Broughton 18 Oc- 
tober 1795, bapt there 
by Domestic Chaplain 
( Private Chapel Regis- 
ter at Broughton) $ 
entered at Stonyhurst 
College 17 September 
1806. By arrange- 
ment he held the 
estates of Heaton, co. 
Lancaster, during his 
mother's life, succeed- 
ing to them on her 
death. Resided some 
years at Croston Hall, 
co. Lancaster, and 
then at Newlands 
Park, near Wakefield, 
where he died 19 
March, bur. at 8t 
Stephen's Church, 
Skipton-in-Craven, co. 
York, 25 March i860. 
He was a Magistrate 
for Lancashire. 



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Jemima, born at 
Traflbrd Park 27 
April, bapt. there, 
and died at Cros- 
ton 6 Sept, bur. 
in the Trafford 
Vault at Croston 
Church 10 Sept 
1830. 



Charles Stephen 
Tempest, born at 
Croston 7 Aug., 
died 19 August, 
bur. at Mawdes- 
ley 23 August 
1831. 



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ftnddau. 
of Sir Thomas de 
Trafford of Traf- 
ford, co. Lan- 
caster, Bart., by 
his wife Laura 
Anne, 3rd dau. 
and coheir of Fran- 
cis Coleman of 
Hillersdown, 00% 
Devon ; born 5 
Ian. 1807, god- 
father James Dal- 
ton, godmother 
Elizabeth Trafford 
(Mrs. Jemima 
Tempest's notes); 
marr. at Eccles 
Ch., near Traflbrd, 
and at Traflbrd 
Catholic Chanel 
6 July 18295 died 
at Uplands Hall, 
near Preston, co. 
Lancaster, 1 7 Jan*, 
bur. at St Ste- 
phen's Church, 
Skipton- in -Cra- 
ven, 22 January 
1883. 



Laura Anne, born at Croston Hall 12 September 1832, 
bapt there; marr. at Catholic Church, Wakefield, 18 
February 1857, to Walter Selby of Biddleston, co. 
Northumb. He died 2 September, bur. at Alwinton 
Church 8 September 1868. She died at Monkshouses, 
co. Northumb., 21 October, bur. at Alwinton Church 
26 October 1868. 



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Anna Maria, born 18 

July 1797 (Broughton 
agister) ; inherited 
from her mother the 
Ackworth Grange Es- 
tate, which she settled 
upon her nephew Fran- 
cis Roger Tempest, 
and failing him on her 
godson and nephew 
Wilfrid Francis Tem- 
pest (younger brother 
to Francis), remainder 
to her nephews Piers 
Tempest, etc. 5 died 
unmarr. at Ackworth 
Grange 8 August, and 
was bur. in the Catho- 
lic Chapel there 16 
August 18,54. 



John Tempest, born 
at Broughton 12 
March 1799 (Brough- 
ton Register) ; en- 
tered at Stonyhurst 
College 26 May 18 10; 
was a Barrister of 
Lincoln's Inn; died 
unmarr. in London 
18 October (Brough- 
ton Obituary List), 
bur. in the Catholic 
Church, Moorfields, 
London, 24 October 
1831. 



Frances Barbara, born 
8 March 1800 5 edu- 
cated at the Convents 
of S. Coeur and Foss6, 
St Victor, Paris 5 
became a Nun at the 
St Benedict's Priory, 
co. Staff., took in 
Religion name of Sis- 
ter Teresa Gertrude, 
and died 18 January, 
bur. 22 January 1855. 



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Walter Joseph Tempest, 
born at Broughton 7 
May 1801 (Broughton 
Register) ; entered at 
Stonyhurst College 23 
September 1812$ marr. 
at Florence, 1 October 
1826, Mariane, dau. of 
James Sargent, a mer- 
chant of Florence. He 
died at Rome 2 May 
1868, leaving no issue. 
She died at The Con- 
vent, Notting Hill, 20 
July, bur. at Kensal 
Green Cemetery 26 July 
1885. 



Sir Charles Henry Tempest of Heaton, co. Lancaster, Bart., born=j=Cecilia Elizabeth Tichborne, 
at Croston Hall 5 January, bapt there 6 January 1834$ entered at 
Stonyhurst College 31 March i8<4 5 was created a Baronet, after 
his uncle's death s.p., 30 July i860 ; was a J.P. and D.L. for Lan- 
cashire ; marr. 2n<uy, at Warwick Street Catholic Church, London, 
1 June 1874, Harriette, only dau. of Captain Rowland Hill 
Gordon, late 42nd Highlanders, whom he divorced 1878. She 
died s.p. 3 February 1891. He died at Broughton Hall 1 August, 
bur. at St. Stephen s Catholic Church, Skipton, 4 August 1894. 



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4th dau. of John Washington 
Hibbert of Bilton Grange, 
Rugby, by his wife J ulia Mary 
Magdalene, dau. of Sir Henry 
Tichborne, Bart, and widow 
of Col. the Hon. Charles Tal- 
bot; marr. at Warwick Street 
Catholic Church, London, 21 
May 2862 j died at Husbands 
Bosworth, co. Leicester, 3 
January, bur. at St. Mary's 
Catholic Church, Rugby, 8 
January 1865. 



Henry Arthur Joseph Tempest, bora in London 31 March 1863 5 
educated at Oscott and Beaumont Colleges; served in the 3rd 
Battalion Yorkshire Regiment (Militia) from 1 j July 1882, left as 
a Lieutenant February 1888; marr. at the Catholic Church, War- 
wick Street, London, 16 November 1885, Mary Boleyn, eldest dau. 
of Admiral Charles George Knowles, R.N., by his 1st wife 
(divorced in 1876) Elizabeth, dau. of John Chapman of London ; 
died s.p. at Folkestone 16 April, bur. at St Stephen's Church, 
Skipton, 21 April 1892. 



Dorothy Ethel Frances Mary, born at 
Tangier 3 August 1890, died February 
1 891 and is bur. at Tangier. 



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Ethel Mary, born at Hus- 
bands Bosworth 9 October, 
and bapt. there 10 October 
1864 ; marr. at St. Mary's 
Catholic Church, Chelsea, 
7 November 1893, Miles 
Stapleton, 10th Baron Beau- 
mont, Col. 20th Hussars, 
J.P. for West Riding of 
Yorkshire, born 17 July 
1850. 



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Catherine! bom 6 October 

i8o2(Broughton Register); 
marr. at the Catholic Do- 
mestic Chapel, Broughton, 
and Parish Church, 25 July 
1825, Nicholas Coulthurst 
of Gargrave. She died 23 
March, bur. at Gargrave 26 
March 1836. 



Joseph Francis Tempest, born 
Broughton 15 June 1004 (Brough- 
ton Register) 5 entered at Stony- 
hurst College 13 September 1814; 
articled as a Solicitor 1824 to 
Messrs. Witham and Co. ; F.S.A. 
1836; resided at Wootton Hall, 
Henley-in-Arden, where he died 
4 July, and bur. in the Catholic 
Chapel there 22 July 1865. 



at=FFrances Bridget, eldest dau. of 
John Hercy of Crutchfield 
House, co. Berks, by his wife 
Frances, only dau. of Thomas 
Joseph Moore of Stafford 
House, Cheswick; born in 
Maddox Street, London, 20 
January 1817 5 marr. at Clewer 
Chapel and Bray Parish Church 
21 September 1840. 



Francis Roger Tempest, born at Crutch* 
field House and bapt. there 9 August 
1841 ; entered at Stonyhurst College 20 
September 1855 > inherited Ackworth 
Grange, and died unmarr. at Wootton 
Hall 30 October, bur. in the Domestic 
Chapel at Ackworth Grange 31 October 
1865. 



Piers Francis Tempest, 
born at The Mount, 
Ackworth, 24 Febru- 
ary, bapt at Ackworth 
Grange Chapel 26 Fe- 
bruary 1843 5 entered 
at Stonyhurst College 
22 September 1857. 



Alphonsus Joseph Tempest, 
born at Hie Mount, Ack- 
worth, 28 November 1844, 
bapt. at Domestic Chapel, 
Ackworth Grange, same day $ 
entered at Stonyhurst College 
12 September 1859; owns 
land in the Fiji Isles. 



Stephen Francis 
Tempest, born at 
Croston Hall 3 
December 1835, 
bapt. there next 
day; entered at 
Stonyhurst Col- 
lege 21 Septem- 
ber 1846; died at 
Newlands Park 
8 February, bur. 
at St. Stephen's 
Church, Skipton- 
in-Craven, 14 
February 1853. 



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tur Cecil Tempest of Broughton-in-Craven^Eleanor Blanche, 2nd dau. 



and Coleby Hall, co. Lincoln, born at Croston 
Hall 2 June 1837, bapt. there next day, god- 
father Charles Robert Tempest, godmother Miss 
Monica Clare Tempest (his uncle and aunt) ; 
entered at Stonyhurst College 3 November 1848$ 
Cornet 1 ith Light Dragoons (Hussars) 3 March 
1857, Lieutenant 16 March 1858, Captain 30 
March 1859, and Major in H.M. Land Forces 
July 1872; retired from the nth P.A.O. 
Hussars September 1874; J. P. for Lincolnshire. 
Resides at Coleby Hall, of which, with the 
Broughton Hall in Craven estates, he was part 
owner, during the life of his brother Sir Charles 
Henry Tempest, and on whose death in August 
. 1894 he became the sole possessor under the 
will of his uncle Sir Charles Robert Tempest. 



Roger Stephen Tempest, born at Floore House, near Weedon, 
26 May, at midnight, bapt. there 28 May 1876 by Rev. Canon 
O16ron; godfather Charles Henry Walmesley, godmother Mrs. 
Jemima Tempest $ entered at the Oratory College, Edgbaston, 
1886; 2nd Lieut 3rd Batt Princess of Wales' Own Yorkshire 
Regt. 8 August 1894. 



of Edward Horner Reynard 
of Sunderlandwickand Hob- 
green, co. York, by his wife 
Elizabeth, dau. and coheir of 
Thomas Mason of Copt- 
Hewick, co. York ; born at 
Sunderlandwick 11 Febru- 
ary, bapt. at Great Duffield 
19 May 1853, godfather 
George Horner Reynard 
of Whitehill, co. Durham, 
godmothers Mrs. Eleanor 
Hamilton and Mrs. Mary 
Ann Reynard ; marr. at St. 
Pfeter's Catholic Church, 
Scarborough, 28 April 
1873. 



Blanche Cecil, born at Floore 
House, Weedon, 14 October, 
at 4 p.m., bapt. there by Rev. 
Canon 016ron 18 October 
1874. 



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Monica Clare, born 24 June 1806 
(Broughton Register) 5 died un- 
marr. at Broughton 26 Novem- 
ber, bur. at St. Stephen's Church, 
Skipton, 3 December i860. 



Thomas Peter Tempest, born at Broughton 11 March 1808 
(Broughton Register) ; entered at Stonyhurst College 1 1 
September 1815 ; became a Priest of the Catholic Church 
1820, and died unmarr. at Grantham (where he built and 
endowed Church and Schools) 19 October, and was bur. there 
93 October 1861. 



11orenceHelen v dau.of^=Wiifrjd 
Vincent L. O'Rourke ~~ 
of Rathgar, co. Dub- 
lin 5 born 13 July 
1864; marr. at St. 
Anne's Catholic Ch., 
Leeds, 30 July 1888. 
and wife. 



Wilfrid Nor- 
man Tempest, 
born at Ack- 
worth Grange 
8 June, bapt. 
there 9 June 
1889. 



Francis Tempest, born at=p- 
The Mount, Ack worth, a a Octo- 
ber 1846, bapt. at Domestic 
Chapel, Ackworth Grange same 
day } succeeded his brother Fran- 
cis Roger Tempest io the Ack- 
worth Grange Estates 5 is a J.P. for 
West Riding Yorkshire ; entered at 
Stonyhurst Coll. 17 Sept. i860. 



Wulstan Joseph 
Tempest, born at 
Ackworth Grange 
aa January, bapt 
there 23 January 
1891. 



Audry Claire, 
born at Ack- 
worth 15 Sep- 
tember 189a, 
bapt there 
next day. 



: Agnes Mary, 4th dau. of Thomas 
Aloysius Perry of Bitham House, co. 
Warwick, by his wife Ellen, only 
dau. of William Knight of Haughton, 
co. Lancaster; born at Bitham 2 J July 
1848; marr. at St. Joseph's Ch., Avon 
Dassett, ai April 1868; died at Ack* 
worth Grange 19 November, and bur. 
there 24. Nov. 1885. 1st wife. 

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Agnes Mary, born at 
Ackworth Grange 
10 January 1869, 
bapt there same 
day. 



Maud Mary, born at 
Ackworth Grange 8 
June 1875, bapt 
there same day. 



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Piers Gilliot Tem- 
pest, born at Cros- 
ton Hall a 1 Sep- 
tember 1839, bapt 
there same day; 
died there 4 June, 
bur. atMawdesley, 
co. Lancaster, 9 
June 1840. 



Jemima Monica Mildred, 
born at Croston Hall 5 
December 1841, bapt. 
there same day; marr. 
at British Embassy, Paris, 
15 Oct. 1867, Colonel Le 
Gendre Nicholas Starkie 
of Huntroyde, co. Lan- 
caster (eldest son of Le 
Gendse Nicholas Starkie 
of Huntroyde, M.P.), 
born i8a8, V.D., D.L., 
and J.P. for. co. Lan- 
caster, Sheriff 1868, M.P. 
for Clitheroe. 



Norbert Paulinus 
Tempest, born at 
Newlands Park 8 
October 1845; 
died there 10 Oc- 
tober, bur. at 
Domestic Chapel, 
Ackworth Grange, 
14 October 1848. 



Mildred Walburgha, born at 
Newlands Park 6 February, 
bapt there 7 February 1849 > 
marr., as first wife, at the 
Catholic Church, Nantwich, 
10 May 1870, Wilfrid Fran- 
cis Anderton of Haighton 
Hall, co. Lancaster, born 1844, 
J.P. for Lancaster. She died 
at Haighton 10 October, 
bur. at Fernyhaugh Church 
16 October 1876. 



He marr., andly, Mary Louisa 
Frances, dau. of Joseph 
Francis Tempest of Ack- 
worth Grange. 



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Wulstan Francis 
Tempest, born 
at The Mount, 
Ackworth, 21 
Oct. 1848, bapt. 
at Domestic Cha- 
pel, Ackworth 
Grange, same 
day ; entered at 
Stonyhnrst Col- 
lege 12 Septem- 
ber 1864; died 
uomarr. at Bur- 
gess Hill 27 May, 
bur. there 1 June 
1894. 



iElred Francis Tem- 
pest, born at The 
Mount, Ackworth, 
21 September 1850, 
bapt. at the Chapel, 
Ackworth Grange, 
same day; entered 
at Stonyhnrst Col- 
lege 12 September 
1864 ; entered the 
Society of Jesus and 
professed 27 October 
1870, ordained Priest 
25 September 1881. 



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Atdan Francia^Mary Ellen, 



Tempest, born 
at Nether Hall, 
near Doncas- 
ter, 4 Novem- 
ber 1852, bapt. 
at St. Peter's 
Catholic Ch., 
Doncaster, 
same day ; en- 
tered at Stony- 
hurst College 
12 Sep. 18645 
marr. at St. 
Cuthbert's Ca- 
tholic Church, 
Withington,29 
April 1 89 1. 



Oswald Aidan Tempest, bom 
in Liverpool 17 January, bapt. 
at St. Philip Neri's Catholic 
Church, Liverpool, 19 Janu- 
ary 1892. 



eldest dau. of 
John O'Neill, 
a Brazilian 
Merchant, of 
Rose Villa, 
Withington 5 
born at 
Hulme, near 
Manchester, 
25 Novem- 
ber 1863. 



Mary Louisa Fiances, 
born at Nether Hall, 
Doncaster, 24 Januaiy, 
bapt. at St Peters 
Catholic Church, Don- 
caster, 26 Jan. 1855; 
marr., as 2nd wife, at 
St. Peter's Catholic 
Church, Leamington, 
28 April 1880, Wilfrid 
Francis Anderton of 
Haighton Hall, near 
Preston. 



Hugh Piers Tempest, born 
in Liverpool 1 j May, bant, 
at St Philip Neri's Catholic 
Church, Liverpool, 14 May 
1893. 



iElred Joseph Tempest, 
born at Ackworth Grange 
31 March, bapt. there 2 
April 1877^ entered at 
Stonyhurst College 21 Sep- 
tember 1885. 

Aidan Joseph Tempest, 
born at Ackworth Grange 

25 December, bapt there 

26 December 1879. 



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ithcl Mary, born 
at Ackworth 
Grange 30 March, 
bapt there 31 
Mafch 1881. 

Norbert Joseph 
Tempest, born at 
Ackworth Grange 

3 June, bapt. there 

4 June 1882. 



Arthur Joseph Tempest, 
born at Ackworth 
Grange 19 October 1 885, 
bapt. there same day. 

Francis Roger Tempest, 
born at Ackworth 
Grange {4 October, died 
there 18 October, and 
bur. in Chapel there 22 
October 1869. 



Maud Mary, born at 
Ackworth Grange 2 
July, died 15 October, 
bur. at Ackworth 16 
October 1873. 

Wilfrid Joseph Tem- 
pest, born at Ack- 
worth Grange, died 
there 12 March, bur. 
in Chapel there i$ 
March 1878. 



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Arms. — Ermine, on a chief sable three lions rampant argent. 
Crest. — A lion's head erased ermine, collared and ringea argent. 

N.B. The arms are from a seal attached to a marriage settlement dated 17 February 
1786, between John Pardoe, M.P., and Jane, dau. of Thomas Oliver of Leyton, co. Essex. 
They are also on a cup deposited in the Mansion House in 1772 by Alderman Richard 
Oliver, M.P., first-cousin of the said Thomas Oliver of Leyton ; also on a silver plate which 
bears the hall mark of 1740. 



Thomas Oliver of 10 Devonshire Place, Lon-= 
don, 2nd son of Thomas Oliver of Leyton, 
co. Essex, by Isabella, 5th dau. and coheir 
of Jonas Langf ord of the Island of Antigua, 
and of Theobalds, co. Herts 5 born 20 June 
and bapt 12 July 1764 at Leyton 5 died 17 
May, aged 77, bur. 26 May 1842, at Green- 
wich, co. Kent. Will dated 2 September 
1835, proved P.C.C. 14 June 1842 by 
Thomas Oliver the son, one of the Ex'ors, 
power reserved to Frances Oliver the widow 
and relict. 



Signature to his will. 



'Frances, 2nd dau. of Peter Brooke of Mere Hall, 
Cheshire, by Elizabeth his wife, 1st dau. and co- 
heir of Jonas Langf ord of Antigua and Theobalds ; 
born 15 December 17605 man*, at Rosterne, co. 
Chester, 21 December 1786; died 9 February, 
aged 85, bur. 16 February 1846, at Greenwich, co. 
Kent. Will dated 30 August 1842, proved P.C.C. 
21 April 1846 by Thomas Oliver the son and sole 
Ex'or. 



Signature to her will. 



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Thomas Oliver of 10 Devonshire Place, later of Child= 
Okeford, co. Dorset, only son and heir, born 27 Sep- 
tember and bapt. 23 October 1795 at St. Marylebone $ 
Gentleman Commoner of Magdalen College, Oxford, 
matriculated 12 October 1813, aged 18 ; died 12 July, 
bur. 19 July 1870, aged 74, and M.I. at Child Okeford. 
Will dated 28 April 1865, codicil 3 1 May 1869, proved 
P.C.C. 26 August 1870 by Martha Vere Oliver the 
relict and Thomas William Oliver the son, Ex'ors. 

Signature from a deed dated 1833. 



: Martha Vere, 2nd dau. of William 
Brown of Leesthorpe Manor, co. Lei- 
cester, Rear- Admiral R.N., by Martha 
Vere Fothergill his 2nd wife ; born at 
Redbourne, co. Herts, 20 September 
1805, bapt at St. Michael's, St. Albans, 
28 September 1806; marr. at St 
George's, Hanover Square, 13 August 
1829 ; died at Markyate Cell, co. Beds, 
23 May, bur. 30 May 1873, aged 67, 
and M.I. at Child Okeford. Will dated 
23 Nov. 1870, with codicil of the same 
date, proved P.C.C. 19 June 1873 by 
Thomas William Oliver, son and Ex'or. 

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Elizabeth, 2nd dau. ofcpThomas William^] 



Frances Vere, born in London 22 
Nov. 1830, bapt at St. George's, 
Hanover Sq. 5 marr. at Brighton, 
28 September 1852, Rev. George 
Lloyd Nash (son of Rev. Thomas 
Nash of Lancing, co. Sussex) of 
Christ Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 1 j October 1845, aged 18, 
B.A. 1849, M.A. 1852, Canon of 
Sarum, Vicar of Tolpuddle, co. 
Dorset, 1852, till his death 17 
August, aged 66, bur. at Tol- 
puddle 22 August 1893. 



Rev. Edward Sterling 
Murphy, Assistant 
Chaplain at Sheffield, 00. 
York j born 26 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at Keswick 19 
October 1837 5 marr. at 
St. James's, Edinburgh, 
23 April 1859 5 died at 
Paris 19 November, bur. 
at Bursledon, co. Hants, 
26 Nov. 1880. M.I. 
1st wife. 



Oliver of Oakhill, 
BursledonJIants, 
Commander 
R.N. (retired) 
born 13 May and 
bapt 10 June 
1832 at Child 
Okeford. 



: Hectorine May, 
youngest dau. of 
Gilbert Shaw of 
Linnbank, 00. 
Kirkcudbright ; 
born and bapt. 
at Rose Hill, 
Jamaica j marr. 
at St. Oswald's, 
Chester, 9 Nov. 
1882. 2nd wife. 



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Thomas Langford 
Oliver of Mimi, 
Waitara,N.Z.,only 
son, born at Bursle- 
don 15 May, bapt 
at Child Okeford 1 1 
July 1869. 



Eva Brooke, only 
dau., born 23 Sep- 
tember, died 29 
December 1870, 
bur. at Bursledon 
3 January 1871. 



Erica May, only 
dau., born at 
Bursledon 24 
May, bapt there 
13 June 1 886. 



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Hector Shaw Langford Oliver, born 
at Bursledon 12 August, bapt there 
11 September 1887. 

Frederick Noel Langford Oliver, 
born at Bursledon 23 December 
1888, bapt there 10 March 1889. 



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Emma Brooke of a Bentinck Street, born 13 March and bapt. 17 April 
1 79 1 at St Giles- in-the- Fields ; died 29 February and bur. 6 March 
1852, aged 61, at Greenwich. Will dated 19 February i8ji, proved 
P.C.C. 18 March 185a by Thomas Oliver, formerly of Lewes Crescent, 
Brighton, then of Child Okeford, co. Dorset, the brother and sole Ex'or. 



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Frances Maria, born 
17 November 179a ; 
died 24 July, bur. 

»7 Mr 1793 ^ 
Greenwich. 



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Signature from her will 



Mary Brooke, born 6 Dec. 1833, 
bapt. 7 Jan. 1834 at Child Oke- 
ford ; marr. at St. Marylebone, 13 
April 1858, Rev. Francis William 
Adye of Markvate Cell, co. Beds 
(eldest son of Daniel Goodson 
Adey of Markyate Cell, J.P. and 
D.L., by Mary Anne his wife, 
dan. of Rev. Carpenter Gape of 
St Albans, co. Herts), of Trinity 
Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1847. 



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Charles Langford : 
Oliver, late Lieut 
5thFusiliers,born 
8 Aug., bapt 10 
Aug. 1835 ** St - 

James's Chapel, 
Brighton j served 
in the Indian 
Mutiny and was 
at relief of Luck- 
now (medal and 
one clasp). 



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- Amy, and dau. of Rev. 
Arthur, Fane, Rector of 
Fulbeck, co. Lincoln, 
by Lucy Harriet his 
wife, eldest dau. and 
heir of John Benett, 
M.P., of Pythonse, co. 
Wilts; born 17 May 
18365 marr. at Walcot, 
Bath, 24 February 
1859. 



william Henzey 
Oliver of the Ben- 
gal Engineers, 
born 3 and bapt 
1 a September 
1837 at Steple- 
ton, co. Dorset 3 
died 14 October 
1859, bur. at 
Mussoorie, N. 
India. M.I. 



Signature from his Indian Journal. 



Ethel Amy Harriet, 
only dau., born at 
Toronto, Canada, 
1 a January i860; 
now lady in wait- 
ing to H.S.H. the 
Princess of Monaco. 



Richard Langford 
Oliver, born ai 
August and bapt. 
a 1 Sept. 1886 at 
Sunninghill. 



Vere Langford Oliver ol 
Whitmore Lodge, Sun- 
ninghill, ca Berks, elder 
son, born 8 May, bapt. at 
Trinity Church, Wey- 
mouth, 8 September 1861 j 
educated at St. George's 
Hospital, M.R.C.S. Eng. 
and L.R.C.P. Lond. 1883. 



»f=f=Celia Sabina Martin, only child Gerald Oliver, 

of Sir George Martin-Hollo- Lieut R.N., 

way, Knt., of Tittenhurst, Sun- younger son, 

ninghill, co. Berks, by Sarah born on the 

his wife, dau. of John Driver troopship 

of London ; born 4 June, bapt. " Lord War- 

at St. George the Martyr, Queen den " 9 March, 

Square, London, 28 August bapt at Child 

1859; marr. at Sunninghill 17 Okeford 9 Au- 

June 1885. gust 1863. 



Vere Fane Martin 
Oliver, born 7 
March and bapt 
18 May 1888 at 
Sunninghill. 



Blanche Brooke, 

only dau., born 

8 April and bapt. 

June 1889 at 

unninghill. 

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Cuthbert Hanson 
Oliver, born 14 
July and bapt ao 
August 1890 at 
Sunninghill. 



Guy Marriott 
Oliver, born 16 
Nov. 1891 and 
bapt. 11 Janu- 
ary 189a at 
Sunninghill. 



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Harriet Langford, bom 30 Aprils 
bapt. at Trinity Church, St. Mary- 
lebone, 29 May 1797 $ marr. there, 
6 August 1840 (as his 2nd wife), 
Charles Bowland Cotton of The 
Convent, Kingsgate, Thanet ; he 
died j September, aged 79, bur. 
15 September 1847 ; she died 21 
September, aged 91, bur. 27 Sep- 
tember 1888; both bur. in the 
Quex Chapel of Birchington 
Church. Will dated 28 February 
1871 with codicil 7 July 1882, 
proved (P.C.C.) 19 Oct 1888 by 
Thomas William Oliver, R.N., the 
nephew, and Alexander Forbes 
Tweedie and Richard Walter 
Tweedie the Ex'ors. 



Charlotte, born 9 
November, bapt. at 
St. Marylebone 29 
December 1798 ; 
marr., 24 January 
1822, Col. Charles 
King of the 16th 
Lancers 5 he died 5 
January 1844, and 
was bur. in Harolds 
Cross Cemetery, 
Dublin; she died 9 
April 1875, and was 
bur. at Farndon, co. 
Chester 



Jemima, born 6 August, bapt at Trinity 
Church, St. Marylebone, 12 September 
1802 ; marr. there, 8 August 1829, John 
Henzey Pidcock of Old Swinford, co. 
Worcester (son of John Pidcock, J.P. 
and D.L., of the Platts, co. Stafford, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of George 
Hollington Barker of Birmingham), 
born 30 September 1787 ; he died 7 Fe- 
bruary, bur. 19 February 1861 j she 
died s.p. 23 November 1865 5 both bur. 
at Wordesley, 00. Stafford. His will 
dated 20 April i860, proved 4 June 
1 861 by Charles Pidcock the brother and 
sole Ex'or. (P.C.C.) Her will dated 
24 July 1 862, proved 8 December 1865 
by Thomas Oliver the brother and 
Charles Pidcock the Ex'ors. 



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Henry Oliver 
Hobart, Tas- 
mania, bapt at 
Stepleton, co. 
Dorset, 23 May 
1839. At one 
time an officer 
in the Army. 



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osephine Caro- 
ie, only dau. of 
J. H. Stephenson 
of Hartlepool \ 
marr. at Danville, 
Canada, 24 No- 
vember 1874. 



Harriet Elizabeth, born 18 
March, bapt. at the Chapel 
Royal, Brighton, 6 Octo- 
ber 1 841 ; died in the 
Close, Salisbury, 15 Feb., 
bur. 18 Feb. 1888 in the 
Cloisters. Will dated 14 
Aug. T885, proved at Salis- 
bury 2 June 1888 by the 
Rev. George Lloyd Nash 
the brother-in-law, power 
reserved to Henry Oliver 
the brother. 



cil Henry Oliver, born at 
Bobcaygeon, Ontario, Canada, 
23 April 1876. 

Florence Mabel Harriet, born 
at Bobcaygeon 26 May 1878. 



Sidney Richard Oliver, born 
at Bobcaygeon 18 May 1881. 

Walter Reginald Brooke Oli- 
ver, born in Tasmania 7 Sep- 
tember 1883. 



George Octavius Oliver, born 
24 June, bapt. at the Chapel 
Royal, Brighton, 24 Novem- 
ber 1843; died 3 January, 
bur. 10 January 1857 at Child 
Okeford. 

Edith Jane, born ro August 
1845, tapt at Brighton 5 died 
12 December, bur. 18 De- 
cember 1848 in the Fother- 
§'11 Vault at Rottingdean, near 
righton. 



Arthur Maxwell Oliver, born 
in Tasmania 8 October 1884. 

Caroline Rubv, born in Tas- 
mania 18 April 1886. 



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Arms on record in the College 
of Arms. — Quarterly: I and 4, 
Azure, three pears or, Stucley; 
2 and 3, Per fess embattled 
argent and sable, three bucks' 
attires, each fixed to the scalp, 
counterchanged, Buck. 

Crest. — Between a buck's attires, 
as in the arms, sable, a lion ram- 
pant or, the sinister paw holding a 
battle-axe resting on the shoulder 
proper. 

Motto. — Bellementet hardiment. 



f*tucle? of affeton Castle, 
an* $artlant> SUbbe;, 



George Back of Affeton and Dad- 
don, co. Devon, and J.P. for that 
count j, born 7 July 1731 ; suc- 
ceeded to the Affeton estates on 
the death of his cousin Dennis 
Stucley (who died unmarr. in 
i755)» <*«*** a(5 January, aged 63, 
bur. at Bideford 5 February 1794. 
Will dated 25 January 1 79a, proved 
C.P.C. March 1794. 



George Stucley Buck of 
Affeton, born 8 March 
1755, bapt. at Bideford 
same day, of Exeter Col- 
lege, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 26 March 1774, 
aged 19; died 30 Novem- 
ber, aged $6, bur. at Bide- 
ford 8 December 1791. 
M.I. Adm'on dated 7 
March 1792 to George 
Buck the father, Martha 
Buck the relict renounc- 
ing adm'on for self and 
as guardian to George 
Pawley Buck and Lewis 
William Buck (minors), 
and Richard Buck and 
Elizabeth Buck (infants), 
children of deceased. 
1 st husband. 



-Ann, dau. of Paul Orchard 
of Hartland Abbey, by Re- 
becca Smith his wife; born 
at Hartland 7 December, 
bapt. there 26 December 
1729 ; marr. at Hartland 6 
May 1754, ante nuptial 
bond dated 30 April 1754 ; 
died at Bideford n Febru- 
ary 1820, aged 90, bur. 
there same day. 



=Martha, eldest dau.= 
of Rev. Richard 
Keats of Exeter Col- 
lege, Oxford, B.A. 
i8i3,Vicar of North- 
fleet, co. Kent, 1834 
until his death 30 
May 1858 ; marr. 
1st, at Tiverton, 8 
April 1780; marr. 
andly, at Bideford, 7 
April 1 80 1 5 died 
there 30 November, 
aged 80, bur. there 6 
December 1833. 



= Lieut-Colonel 
James Kirk- 
man, 2nd Batt 
52nd Regt. of 
Infantry; died 
20 February, 
aged 57, bur. 
at Bideford 28 
February 1816. 
M.I. at Bide- 
ford. 2nd hus- 
band. 



George Paul Orchard Buck, born 
2 j May, bapt. at Bideford 28 May 
1 78 1 5 died 28 May, bur. at Bide- 
ford 31 May 1781. 

George Pawley Buck of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 7 
May 1801, aged 18, born 26 July, 
bapt. at Bideford 29 July 1782; 
died in London 21 September, 
aged 23, bur. at Bideford 2 Octo- 
ber 1805. M.I. 



Lewis William Buck of Affeton, 5 
J.P. and D.L. for J>evon, M.P. for 
Northern Division of Devon, and 
one of the Esquires to Admiral Sir 
Richard Goodwin Keats, K.C.B., at 
his installation 1 June 181 2 5 born 
25 April, bapt at Bideford 27 April 
1784; died 25 April, bur. at Abbots- 
ham, North Devon, 1 May 1858. 
Will dated 23 January 1841, codicil 
2 October 1852, proved at Exeter 
D.P.R. 27 July 1858 by Ann Buck, 
relict and Executrix. 



: Ann, dau. of Thomas 
Robbins of Round- 
ham, co. Berks, by 
Anne his wife; born 
5 January 1790; marr. 
at St. George's, Han- 
over Square, 18 April 
1808; died in London 
27 April, bur. at 
Abbotsham, North 
Devon, 2 May 1879. 



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Richard Buck of Bide- 
ford, Capt R.N,, born 
23 October, bapt. pri- 
vately at Bideford 24 
October 17855 received 
into the Church 10 Jan. 
1 786 j died 7 Aug., bur. at 
Bideford 12 Aug. 1830. 
Adm'on C.P.C. 9 March 
1 83 2 granted to Angelica 
Buck his relict. 



= Angelica, dau. of Hugh 
McDonell, Consul-Gen. 
at Algiers 5 born at 
Niagara, Canada, 13 
November 1800 ; marr. 
at Algiers, and again at 
Bideford; died at Arleigh, 
Bideford, 11 December, 
aged 80, bur. at St. Domi- 
nick 17 December 1879. 



Col, Zachary Clutter-^Blizabeth, born 8 
buck Bayly, R.A. May, bapt. privately 



(son of Zachary and 
Sarah Bayly), born 
at Seend, co. Wilts, 
22 June, bapt. there 
31 July 1788; died at 
Arleigh, Bideford, 25 
November, aged 67, 
bur. at Bideford Ce- 
metery 29 Novem- 
ber 1855. 



at Bideford 19 May, 
received into the 
Church there 6 July 
17875 marr. at Bide- 
ford 31 August 1816; 
died at Woolwich 29 
April, bur. there 7 
May 1831. 



Richard 



Hugh Keats=r=Mary, dau 



Buck of Sidney-Sussex 
College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1837, Rector of 
St. Dominick, and 
Hon. Canon of Truro, 
born at Bideford 4 
March, bapt. there 8 
March 1815 5 died at 
St Dominick Rectory, 
St. Mellion, co. Corn- 
wall, 15 December, 
bur. there 21 Decem- 
ber 1893. 



Richard 



of Rev. 
Joseph 
Bradsbaw 5 
marr. 29 
January 
1852; died 
19 Janu- 
ary, bur. 
26 Janu- 
ary 1893. 



Martha, born 1 April, bapt. at 
Bideford 3 April 18 16; marr. 
at St. Heliers, Tersey, Oliver 
Barker D'Arcy (son of Captain 
Edward D'Arcy, 43rd Foot, 
who was wounded at the 
Battle of New Orleans in 1 8 14, 
losing both his legs), born at 
Summerhill, co. Meath, Ire- 
land, 2 March 181 1; Major 
73rd Regt, afterwards served 
m Cape Mounted Rifles; he 
died at King Williams Town, 
Cape of Good Hope. 



Lewis William Buck, born 
at Bideford 13 Jan. 1824, 
bapt. there ; Major-General 
Madras Staff Corps; Com- 
manding Brigade in Madras 
1 882-84 > Commanding 
Division at Hyderabad 
1884 and British Burma 
Division in Burma 1885; 
marr. at Waltair, East 
Indies, 19 May 18*3, Hen- 
rietta Jane, dan. of Colonel 
David Archer; born at 
Glasnevin, Dublin, 8 Sep- 
tember 1835, tapt. there. 



Eustace Stuke-= 
ley Buck, Rector of St. 
Allen, co. Cornwall, 
1890 5 born and bapt. 
privately at St Dominick 
4 November 1853 $ bapt. 
there publicly 8 January 
1854. 



:Mary Constance, dau. of John Rich- 
ards Paull of Rosewarn and Bosvigo, 
co. Cornwall, by Amelia his wife, 
dau. of Philip Sandy Tomm of Killi- 
gorden, near Truro, co. Cornwall; 
born 22 February, bapt. at Kenwyn, 
co. Cornwall, 15 April 1859; marr. 
there 7 January 1891. 



Ida Frances Harriet, born 29 
May, bapt. at St Dominick 8 
July 1855. 

Lewis Henry McDonnell Buck, 
born at St Dominick 20 April, 
bapt. there 7 June 1857 ; died 12 
April,aged22,bur. 21 April 1880. 



Samuel Trehawke Kekewich of Peamore, co. Devon, J.P. and^Louisa, born 2< February; 



D.L. for Devon, M.P. for Southern Division of Devon (son of 
Samuel Kekewich of Peamore, by Salome his wife, dau. of George 
Sweet of Tiverton, co. Devon), born at Bowden, near Totnes, 
co. Devon, 31 October 1796; of Christ Church, Oxford, matri- 
culated 27 October 1814, aged 17; marr. first, 3 April 1820, 
Agatha Maria Sophia, dau. of John Langston of Sarsden, co. Ox- 
ford; died at Peamore 1 June, bur. at Exminster, co. Devon, 
7 June 1873. Will dated 20 June 1865, with codicil 10 May 
1870, nroved at Exeter D.P.R. 5 September by Louisa Kekewich 
the relict 



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bapt. at St Marjrs, Bideford, 
u March 1811; marr. at St. 
David's,Exeter, 9 J une 1 840 ; 
died at 12 Norfolk Street, 
Park Lane, London, 1 1 April, 
bur. at Exminster 17 April 
1880. Will dated 23 Aug* 
J 879, proved P.R. id Tune 
1880 by George William 
Kekewich, son and Bx'or. 



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Lady Elizabeth O'Brien,; 
dau. and coheir of Wil- 
liam, and Marquis of 
Thomond, K.P., by Eli- 
zabeth his wife, only dau. 
and heir of Thomas 
Trotter of Duleck ; 
bom in 1805; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, aa Dec. 
1835; died 9 May, bur. at 
Worlington, co. Devon, 
ij May 1870. Will 
dated 19 Dec. 1867, 
proved P.R. 30 June 
1870 by Sir George 
Stucley-Stucley the hus- 
band and William Lewis 
Stucley-Stucley the son, 
Ex'ors. 1st wife. 



Rosamond Head, only= 
dau. of Head Pottinger 
Best of Donnington 
Castle, co. Berks, J.P. 
and D.L. for Berks, by 
Maria his wife, and 
dau. of Thomas Duf- 
field, M.P., of Marc- 
ham Park, co. Berks ; 
born a 1 June, bapt. at 
Donnington 16 July 
1844; marr. at St 
George's, Hanover Sq., 
15 April 1869; died 
19 September, bur. at 
Hartland 4 October 
1877. 1st wife. 



=Sir George Stucley-Stucley 
Affeton Castle and Hartland 
Abbey, co. Devon, Bart., M.P. 
for Barnstaple 1855- (9 and 
from 1865-68, of Chnst Ch., 
Oxford, matriculated 1 April 
1830, aged 17, born 17 August, 
bapt. at Bideford 5 September 
1812 ; Colonel Devon Artillery 
Militia ; J.P. and D.L. ; High 
Sheriff of Devon in 1863; 
authorized by Royal Licence 
dated *7 July 1858 to take die 
name of Stucley only and to 
bear the arms of Stucley 
quarterly with those of Buck. 
Created a Baronet %6 April 
1859. 



of=?Louisa 



, 4th dau. 
of Bernard Gran- 
ville of Welles- 
bourne Hall, co. 
Warwick, J.P. 
and D.L. for 
Warwick, by 
Anne Catherine 
his wife, dau. of 
Admiral Sir Hyde 
Parker; born at 
Wellesbourne 26 
March, bapt 
there ai August 
1841 $ marr. at 
St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, 3 1 Janu- 
ary 187a. and 
wife. 



Emma Helena, 
born ao May, 
bapt at Bide- 
ford 17 June 
1817; died at 
Cowes, Isle of 
Wight, n Sep- 
tember, bur. at 
Bideford 1 7 Sep- 
tember 1840. 



=Willtam Lewis: 
Stucley - Stucley 
of Hartland Ab- 
bey, Bideford, 
Col. late Grena- 
dier Guards, J.P. 
and D.L. for 
county of Devon, 
born at Genoa 
a7 August 1836, 
bapt there. 



=Marion Elizabeth, dau. 
of Lieut-Colonel Henry 
Edward Hamlyn Fane 
of Clovelly Court and 
Avon Tyrrell, co. Hants, 
M.P. for Southern 
Division of Hampshire, 
by Susan Hester his 
wife, eldest dau. and 
coheir of Sir James 
Hamlyn Williams, 3rd 
Bart., of Clovelly, co. 
Devon; born at Clovelly 
and bapt there 13 April 
1851; marr. at Fulbeck, 
co. Lincoln, j Feb. 
1879. and wife. 



Elizabeth Anne Georgiana 
Stucley, born at Hartland 
11 March, bapt. there 14 
March 1841 ; died 15 June, 
bur. at Bishop's Lydiard, 
co. Somerset, ao June 187a. 

Lewis George Orchard 
Stucley, Lieut 36th Regt, 
born 25 April, bapt. at 
Hartland a8 May 1843; 
died at Muree, India, 11 
October 1870, bur. there. 

Edward Arthur George 
Stucley, born at Hartland 
1 a February, bapt there a 
April i8ja. 




Hugh Nicholas Granville Stucley, born aa June, Humphry St. Leger Stucley, born 7 June, 
bapt. at Exbury, co. Hants, 37 July 1873. bapt. at Exbury ia August 1877. 




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Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Quarterly : I and 4, Per fesse sable and azure, 
in chief ademi-cat issuant guardant argent, and in base a shin-bone in bend surmounted 
by another in bend sinister between four fleurs-de-lis or, Gatty ; 2 and 3, Argent, 
guttl de poix, on a bend cottised azure a mullet of six points pierced between two 
crescents of the first, Scott. 

Croat 1. — On a wreath of the colours argent and sable, a fern-brake, rising therefrom a cock 
pheasant, all proper, Gatty. 

Crest 2. — On a wreath of the colours, upon a mount vert a stag trippant proper, gorged 
with a collar gemelle argent, and supporting with the dexter foreleg a trident in 
bend sinister or, Scott. 



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Joana Beard, marr. at Bodmin=p Joseph Gattjr of the town of Bodmin,=p Jane, dau. of Thomas 

Hawken, some time 
Mayor of Bodmin $ 
marr. there 14 July 
1758; bur. there 10 
April 1799. 2nd wife. 



6 October 1747$ bur. there 
December 1755. Tst wife. 



co. Cornwall, eldest son of Robert 
Gatty of the same place 5 bur. there 
4 September 1778. 



The Gattys of Felbridge Place, 
East Grinstead, co. Sussex. 



Mary, dau. of John=jpRobert 
Ashton of Market 
Harborough, co. 
Leicester; bapt. there 
1 7 Sept. 1766; marr. 
there 16 June 1791; 
died 24 Jan., bur. at 
Bodmin 30 January 
1800. 1st wife. 



Gatty of Angel : 
Court and Finsbury 
Square, London, Soli- 
citor, bapt. at Bodmin 

24 May 1759; died 18 
February, aged 78, bur. 
at Sevenoaks, co. Kent, 

25 Feb. 1837. M.I. 
there. 



Issue died s.p.m. 



-Mary, dau. of Edward Jones of Arnold, 
co. Notts, and widow of John Ashton 
of Market Harborough ' (son of the 
before-mentioned John Ashton of same); 
bapt. at Arnold 18 May 1769; marr. 
at Market Harborough 4 March 1806 5 
died 17 March, aged 81, bur. at Seven- 
oaks 25 March 1851. M.I. there. 
2nd wife. 



Other 
issue. 



Margaret, dau. and coheir of Rev. Alexander^Rev. Alfred Gatty, D.D.,=Mary Helen, 

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r. Alfr, 



John Scott, D.D., 




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Vicar of Catterick, co. York, and Incumbent 
of Southminster and Burnham, co. Essex, 
some time Chaplain in the Royal Navy, and 
as such on board H.M.S. " Victory " at the 
Battle of Trafalgar, Private Secretary to 
Horatio, Viscount Nelson, Chaplain to King 
William IV. and George III., bv Mary 
Frances his wife, dau. of Thomas Ryder of 
Hendon, co. Middlesex; born at South- 
minster 3 June 1809 ; marr. at St Giles in 
the Fields, co. Middlesex, 8 July 1839; 
Author of ' Parables from Nature ' and other 
literary works; died 4 October, bur. at 
Ecclesfield 9 October 1873. M.I. istwife. 



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Sub- Dean of York Cathe- 
dral and Vicar of Eccles- 
field, Surrogate and Rural 
Dean, some time Student 
of Exeter College, Oxford, 
matriculated 28 April 
1831, aged 18, B.A. 1836, 
M.A. 1839, S.T.P. 1862, 
2nd surviving son, born 
18 April 1813 ; Author 
of several books, inter 
alios ' History of Hallam- 
shire.' 



dau. 
ward New- 
man of Barns- 
ley, co. York ; 
marr. at St. 
Margaret's, 
Westminster, 
1 Oct 1884. 
2nd wife. 



Other 
issue, 
died 
s.p. 




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Alfred Alexander 
Gatty, born 7 Sept, 
baptat Ecclesfield 
9 Oct. 1843 ; bur. 
there 27 March 
1844. M.I. 



Rev. Reginald Alfred Gatty, Rector of Hooton" 
Roberts, Rotherham, 00. York, formerly Rec- 
tor of Bradfield in the same county, some time 
Student of Christ College, Cambridge, LL.B. 
1867, born 4 December 1844, bapt at Eccles- 
field 1 January 1845. 



Reginald Arthur AJlix Gatty, 
born 24 September, bapt. at 
Bradfield 6 November 1873 ; 
now Student at Downing 
College, Cambridge. 



'Florence Emily, only dau. of 
Arthur David Vesey of the 
town and county of Hunting- 
don; marr. at St James s, 
Paddington, co. Middlesex, 
11 September 1872. 



Nicholas Comyn Gatty, 
born 13 Sept, bapt. at 
Bradfield 14 Sept. 1874; 
now Student at Down- 
ing College, Cambridge. 

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David Ivor Vaughan 
Gatty, born 9 May, 
bapt at Bradfield 18 
June 1879. 



Margaret Horatia 
Persis, born 4 
March, bapt. at 
Bradfield 9 April 
1888. 



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Alfred Scott Scott-Gatty of= 
Warwick Road in the parish 
of St Mary Abbotts, Kensing- 
ton, London, F.S.A., bora 26 
April, bapt at Ecclesfield 19 
J une 1 847 ; some time Student 
of Christ College, Cambridge ; 
appointed Rouge Dragon Pur- 
suivant of Arms 4 May 1880 ; 
promoted to the office of York 
Herald 12 October 1886; 
assumed by Roval Licence 
dated 23 November 1892 the 
additional surname of Scott 
before that of Gatty to be 
borne by him and his issue; 
composer of many well-known 
songs. 



Elizabeth Emma, 
eldest dau. of 
John Foster of 
Newhall Grange 
in the parish of 
Laughton-en-le- 
Morthen, co. 
York; marr. at 
Laughton 17 Fe- 
bruary 1874. 



Hon. Stephen Herberts 
Gatty, Barrister - at - 
Law, of the Middle 
Temple, Puisne Judge 
Straits Settlements 
1 892, Attorney -General 
of Trinidad 1886, and 
of the Leeward Islands 
1 88j,some time Scholar 
of New College and 
Student of Merton Col- 
lege, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 16 October 1868, 
born 9 October, bapt 
at Ecclesfield 20 No- 
vember 1849. 



:Alice Georgina, dan. 
of Rev. George Raw- 
linson, Canon of 
Canterbury Cathe- 
dral and Professor of 
Ancient History to 
the University of 
Oxford; marr. at the 
Cathedral Church, 
Canterbury, 29 Au- 
gust 1876 5 died s.p. 
at Penang, Straits 
Settlements, in 1894. 



Alexander John Scott Scott-Gatty, 
born at Ecclesfield 3 October, bapt. 
there 22 November 1875. 



Charles Comyn Scott Scott-Gatty, bora 
5 October, bapt. at St Mary's, Battersea, 
co. Surrey, 28 November 1880. 



Charles Tindal Gatty of 
Hyde Park Court in the 
parish of Knightsbridge, 
F.S.A., Second Secre- 
tary to Thomas Edward 
Ellis, Junior Lord of the 
Treasury, born 14 No- 
vember 1 85 1, bapt. at 
Ecclesfield 18 February 
1852 5 unsuccessfully 
contested the Division 
of West Dorset at the 
General Election 1892. 



Horatio Nelson Gatty, born 1 1 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at Ecclesfield, died 2 
October, bur. there 5 October 1855. 

Margaret Scott, marr. at Eccles- 
field, 14 May 1868, Francis Patrick 
Smith of Barnes Hall, Sheffield, 3rd 
but 2nd surviving son of William 
Smith of same place, by Mary Anne 
his wife, only surviving dau. and 
heir of the Rev. Alexander 
McKenzie, M.A. $ born 21 July 



Horatia Katharine Frances, marr. 
at Ecclesfield, 27 April 1889, Tho- 
mas Bainbridge Eden of Hillbrow, 
Rugby, co. Warwick (son of the 
Rev. Charles Page Eden, Vicar of 
Aberford, co. York, and Fellow of 
Oriel College, Oxford), of Exeter 
College, Oxford, matriculated 18 
October 1875, aged 19, Exhibi- 
tioner 1875, Oriel College, BA. 
1879, M.A. 18825 born 27 April, 
bapt at Aberford 5 June 1856. 



Juliana Horatia, Author ofs 
* Jackanapes * and other 
well-known literary works; 
marr. at Ecclesfield 1 June 
1867 $ died s.p. at Bath, 
co. Somerset, 13 May, bur. 
at Trull, near Taunton, co. 
Somerset, 16 May 1885. 
1 st wife. 



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: Major Alexander=Elizabeth Margaret, 
Ewing of H.M. 2nd dau. of the Rev. 
Anthony Cumby of 
Scorton, co. York, 
M.A. of Corpus 
Christi Coll., Cam- 
bridge j marr. at 
Buglawton, co, Ches- 
ter, 21 July 1886. 
2nd wife. 



Pay Department, 
only child of 
Alexander Ewing 
M.D., of Tar- 
towie, Aberdeen- 
shire, N.B. 




Undine Marcia, marr. at 
Ecclesfield, 24 June 1884, 
Rev. Walter Ward (son 
of Joseph Ward of St. 
Mary's, Warwick), of 
Wadham College, Oxford, 
matriculated 1 1 October 

1872, aged 18, a Com- 
moner of St. Edmund Hall 

1873, B.A 1876, M.A. 
1879, Vicar of Newington, 
Hull, co. York, and some 
time Incumbent of St. 
Bedes, Semaphore, South 
Australia, born 26 June 
1854. 




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Arms on record at the College of Arms. — Quarterly: i and 4, Sable, a chevron argent between 
three goats passant of the last, each charged with two pellets fessewise, a chief inverted or, 
thereon a demi-man couped and affrontee, holding over his dexter shoulder a club proper, 
between two dnquefoils gules, Battyb ; a and 3, Per bend sinister erminois and pean, a lion 
rampant counterchanged, Trevor. 

Crest 1. — Upon a club fessewise proper a stork argent, collared and lined sable, holding in the 
beak a roach proper, Battyb. 

Crest a. — On a mount vert the trunk of an oak-tree, a branch sprouting from its dexter side, 
acorned proper, upon the trunk a wyvern, tail nowed sable, wings elevated erminois, Trevor. 

Motto.— Duett amor Dei. 



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Charles Battye of the Gore in the parish of Kensing-s 
ton (son of John Battye of Norfolk Street, Strand, 
London) ; held a commission as Ensign in the 
Kensington Volunteers in 1804; a leading City 
Merchant, owner of a large proportion of the Island 
of San Domingo; lost his fortune owing principally 
to some ships which he had freighted with a 
regiment, stores, and equipments, to assist Christo- 
pher, negro ruler of that island, being captured by 
the French Fleet; afterwards Private Secretary to 
the Earl of Bute ; died 8 January, bur. in church- 
yard of St Nicholas, Brighton, 13 January 1852. 



Jane Laetttia, only dau. of Robert Crispin of 
Enfield and of Lincoln's Inn, 00. Middx., by 
Laetitia Penelope his wife, only dau. of Mat- 
thew Cock of the manor of Camberwell j 
marr. at Enfield 9 October 1801 5 died 1 
January, aged 85, bur. in the Extra Mural 
Cemetery, Brighton, 00. Sussex, 4 January 
1 86a. Adm'on dated a8 May 1863 to Rer. 
William Wilberforce Battye of Hever Rec- 
tory, 00. Kent, the son. (Principal Regis- 
try.) 



Rev. William Wilberforce BattyeFpHarriet Dorothea, only dau. of Edmund Wakefield Meade 



of Tingrith House, co. Bedford, of 
King's College, London, Rector of 
Hever, co. Kent ; lord of the manors 
of Tingrith and Little Hampden ; 
only surviving son and heir, born 
10 June 182a, bapt. at Parish 
Church, Kensington, 30 June 1823 > 
died 24 January, bur. at Hever 29 
» January 1890. 



Waldo of Stonewall, co. Kent, and of Hever Castle m 
parish of Hever, J. P. and D.L. for that county ; born 4 
October, bapt. at the Parish Church, Dawlish, 29 October 
1827; marr. at Parish Church, Hever, 5 October 1850. 
By Royal Licence, dated 23 September 1890, she was 
authorized to assume the surname of Trevor in addition to 
and before that of Battye, such surname and the arms of 
Trevor quarterly with those of Battye to be taken and borne 
by the issue of her late husband William W ilberfo rc e Battye. 



Charles Edmund Augustine Edith Doro- 
Trevor Battye-Trevor (for- thea, bora 
merly Charles Edmund Au- 27 Septem- 
gustine Trevor Battye), Cap- ber, bapt. at 
tain 3rd Batt, East Lancashire Parish Ch«, 
Regt. ■•, Medal and Clasp for Hever, 31 
Zulu Campaign, 1879; eldest Oct. 185a. 
son and heir, born 5 Decem- 
ber 1853, bapt. at St John- 
on-the-Gate, Bristol, 15 Jan, 
1854. On 29 August 1894 
assumed the name of Trevor 
after that of Battye. 



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Aubyn Bernard Roch- 
fort Trevor - Battye 
(formerly Aubyn Ber- 
nard Rochfort Battye) 
of Christ Church, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 28 
January 1882, aged 
26 j born 17 July, 
bapt. at Parish Church, 
Hever, 19 Aug. 1855; 
Author of ' Pictures in 
Prose,' etc., etc. 



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Dora Mary Augusta, born 
28 March, bapt. at the 
Parish Church, Hever, 1 
May 1839P 

Constance Angela Ger- 
trude, bora 35 February, 
bapt. at St. Michael and 
All Angels, Brighton, u 
April 1809, 



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Jane Eliza, born 5 May, bapt. Augusta 

at St. Clement Danes a June Mary 

1802; marr. at Wellington, Anne, 

co. Salop, ao. Noyember 1838, born ai 

Rev. Benjamin Street of August 

Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. 1803, and 

1839, Vicar of Barnetby-le- bapt at 

Wold, co. Lincoln, born 14 St. 

January, bapt at St. Bride's, Clement 

Fleet Street, London, 3 Feb. Danes. 
1811 ; he died 7 March, bur. 
atBarnetby 10 March 189a; 
she died aa October, bur. at 
Upton, co. Lincoln, 33 Octo- 
ber 1841. 



Fanny Laetitia, born a Decem- 
ber 1804, bapt at St. Clement 
Danes 30 January 1805; marr. 
at St. Andrew's, Holborn, 29 
December 1836, Charles Fen- 
ton, M.D., of Doncaster, born 
at Sheffield 13 June 181a; 
died a8 August, bur. at Ken- 
sal Green Cemetery 30 Au- 
gust 1889; she died at Don- 
caster 7 February, bur. at 
Skelbrooke, co. York, 1 a Fe- 
bruary 1847. 



Isabella Georgians, 
born 14 September 
1807, bapt at St 
Clement Danes; 
entered, 011 the 
death of her mother, 
1862, the Convent 
of D'Amerlinck, 
Courtrai, Belgium; 
died 37 July 1880, 
and was bar. there. 



John Thomas Battye, born ai 
December 181 1, bapt at Ken- 
sington Parish Church 17 June 
181a ; died 15 July at 7 in the 
morning, aged 8, bur. at St. 
Mary Abbotts, Kensington, ai 
July 1819. 

Elizabeth, born ij February, 
bapt at Kensington Parish 
Church 13 April 181 3 $ died at 
Brighton 1853 or 1854. 



Emily, bom 8 December 1814, bapt 
at St. Mary Abbotts, Kensington, 18 
January 1815$ died 17 Sept 1873. 

Mary, born 8 April, bapt at St Mary 
Abbotts, Kensington, 6 May 1816; 
marr. Major-General John Fendall of 
the Indian Arm v, retired 1877 as Lieut- 
Colonel Bengal Staff Corps; born 19 
Not. 1824 5 she died at Hissar, India, 
a3 Sept, bur. there a4 Sept 1861. 



Matilda Jessy, born 5 
March, bapt. at St 
Clement Danes 6 
June 1809$ died 3 
May 183 a. 



Charles Robert Battye, 
born 3 June, bapt. at 
St Clement Danes a8 
i8ioj died and 
r. at Frankfort, 
aged a8. 



June 
bur. 



Gertrude Eliza- 
beth, born ia 
February, bapt 
at St. Mary Ab- 
botts, Kensing- 
ton, 14 April 
i8ai. 



Rev. William Worcester Godden, son of^=Emma Whitbread Juliana, bom 



Henry Godden of Maidstone, co. Kent, by 
Mary his wife j of Worcester College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated %6 October 1843, aged 
17, B.A. 1847, M.A. 1850, Vicar of Elm- 
stead, 00. Essex, 1873 ; born 3 Norember 
1825, bapt at Maidstone; died 4 June, 
aged 68, our. at Elmstead 8 June 1893. 



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JS February 1819, bapt at St 
Mary Abbotts, Kensington, 15 
one i8ao ; marr. at St Pad's, 
righton, 10 June 1851 5 died 
27 October, bur. at Elmstead 1 
November 1883. 



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Arms on record in the College 
of Arms.— Vet fesse sable and 
or, a palecounterchanged, three 
boys' heads affronte, couped at 
the shoulders, two and one, 
proper, and as many serpents 
nowed, one and two, vert. 

Crest. — In front of a boy's 
head affront^, couped at the 
shoulders proper, two serpents 
saltirewise heads upwards vert, 
and a spearhead fesswise rest- 
ing on the wreath or. 

Motto. — Innocentes sicut 
pueri sagaces sicut serpentes. 



ffrice of <fr Ijmlled), co. jSrecon. 



Walter Price of Glynllech, co. 
(son of Howel Price of Glynllech, by 
Margaret his wife, dau. of Daniel 
Williams of Llwynwermoed, co. Car- 
marthen), born at Glynllech in 1749, 
bapt. there; died there 5 June 1834, 
aged 85, bur. at Colbren Church. 
Will dated 2 December 1830, proved 
4 July 1834. 



Brecon^Gwenllian, 



, dau. of Thomas 
Jones of Berthlwyd, bapt 
at Ystradfelte 22 Novem- 
ber 1 764 ; marr. there April 
178a; died at Glynllech 
30 September 1831, bur. 
at Colbren Church. 



Ann, widow of Thomas=f=Jarnes Price ofepMargaret Caroline, 



Jenkins of Gelly House, 
co. Glamorgan, formerly 
Ann Jones, dau. of Tho- 
mas Jones of Ffaldre, 
Resolven; born at Ffaldre 
29 November, bapt. at 
Llantwit 13 December 
1806; marr. 4 May 1837; 
died at Glynllech 1 June 
1843, bur. at Colbren 
Church. 1st wife. 



Gwenllian Jones, 
born at Glynllech 
8 March 1838; 
died there 29 Fe- 
bruary, aged two 
years, bur. at Col- 
bren Church 31 
January 1840. 



Glynllech, born 
there 23 January, 
bapt. there 1 Fe- 
bruary 180 1 5 died 
there 12 January 
1 86 1, bur. at 
Colbren Church. 
Will dated 9 July 
1858, proved ' 3 
August 1861. 



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Signature to a lease dated 5 October 1847. 



dau. of John James 
Bellam of Swansea j 
born 12 March 
18 14 ; marr. at 
Llansamlet Church 
19 March 1850 ; 
died at Llansamlet 
1 c February, bur. in 
Llansamlet Church- 
yard 20 February 
1873. 2nd wife. 



Margaret, born at Glynllech 19 
January, bapt there 29 January 
1840 ; marr. at Cheltenham 
Parish Church, 6 April 1863, 
William Morgan of Tremains, 
co. Glamorgan,, bapt. at Cadox- 
ton 10 June 1825 5 he died at 
Penylan 25 Feb., bur. at Aber- 
pergwm (Jhurch 2 March 1871; 
she died at Bridgend 10 Nov., 
bur. at Aberpergwm Church 
14 November 1872. 



Gwenllian Jones, born at 
Glynllech 29 September, 
bapt. there 18 October 
1 84 1 $ marr. at Loughor 
Church, 13 June 1865, 
Alfred Benjamin Price of 
West House, Bridgend, 
born 2 March 1837, kapt 
at Llantwit Major; he died 
at West House 28 Febru- 
ary, bur. at Llantwit Major 
3 March 1882. 



Mary, born at 
Glynllech 21 
May ; died 
there 23 May 
1843, b Qr * ** 
Colbren Ch. 



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Margaret, bora at Glyn^Lewi* Powel of Howel Jones Priee, a^pMargaret, dau. of William 



llech 4 January 1783, 
bapt. there 25 September 
1785 5 marr. at Callwm 
31 January 1806; died 
31 March, bur. in Devy- 
nock Churchyard 7 April 
1869. 



Mescarnog, co. 
Brecon, born 29 
January, bapt. 
at Devynock 7 
Feb. 1777; died 
12 June, bur. 
in Derynock 
Churchyard 21 
June 1864. 



Capt. in the Brecon- 
shire Militia, born at 
Glynllech 9 Septem- 
ber, bapt. there 25 
September 1785 ; died 
at Devynock Place, 00. 
Brecon, 24 February, 
bur. in Devynock 
Churchyard 1 March 
1813. 



Morgan of Bolgoed, co. 
Brecon, born there in 
1 781 5 marr. at Llanspy- 
thid Church 25 August 
18121 died at Devynock 
Place 22 December, bur. 
at Vaynor Church 28 De- 
cember 1855. 



Thomas Price, M.A. Trinity 
College, Cambridge, Clerk in 
Holy Orders, born at Glyn- 
llech 5 October 1787 ; died 
there 12 June 1839, Dar * ** 
Colbren Church. 



Rice Price, a Captain in the=f=Sarah Webb, dau. of Captain Webb 
57th Regiment, born at Smith of Taunton; born in 1784; 
Glynllech 16 August 1789; marr. in Jersey; died at Bath 25 
died at Bath 8 October, aged July, aged 73, bur. in Lansdown 
75, bur. in Lansdown Ceme- Cemetery, Bath, 30 July 1857. 
tery, Bath, 13 October 1865 



Mary, bora at Glynllech, and bapt. there 15 
March 1792; marr. at Mothvey Church, co. 
Carmarthen, 2 September 1814, David 
Lewis (son of Lewis Lewis, by Gwen his 
wife) of Lletty Evandde, co. Carmarthen, 
bora at Lletty Fardde 22 March, about twelve 
in the morning, bapt. by Rev. John Price, 
Curate of the Parish, 28 March 1787. She 
died at Lletty Evandde 9 January, aged 39, 
bur. at Mothvey Church 14 January 183 1. 
M.I. He died at Lletty Fardde 1 1 December, 
bur. at Mothvey Church 14 December 1836. 

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Sarah, bora at Glynllech 5 
June 1795, bapt. there 6 No- 
vember 1796; marr. Ley son 
Morgan of Abernantbir, born 
at Aberaanthir Glyn-Neath. 
He died at Tremains 3 March 
1873, bur. in Aberpergwm 
Churchyard (no record). 
She died at Tremains 24 No- 
vember, bur. in Aberpergwm 
Churchyard 1 Dec. 1873. 



Elizabeth, bora at 
Glynllech in 1806; 
died unmarr. at 
Abercrave House, 
co. Brecon, 22 
September, aged 
34, bur. at Colbren 
Church 29 Sep- 
tember 1840. 



An infant, ^Elizabeth Bellam, born 
bora 15 at Glynllech 28 May, 
Feb. 1851, bapt. there 25 July 
died same 1852 ; marr. at Llan- 
day, bur. samlet Church, 5 April 
in Lian- 1870, Robert Kirk- 
samlet house of Maesmelin, 

Church- bora 4 September, bapt 
yard. at Uwyncelyn 2 Octo- 

ber 1846. 



Walter Tones 
Bellam Price, 
bora 30 Jan. 
1855 5 died 
at Glynllech 
28 October, 
bur. at Col- 
bren Church 
2 November 
1*57. 



Howel John James^Mary Catherine, only 
child and heir of Wil- 



Price of Glynllech, 
Christ's Coll., Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 188 1, 
and of the Inner 
Temple, Barrister- 
at-Law, J.P.forthe 
county of Essex, 
bora at Glynllech 
14 June, bapt. there 
1 November 1857. 



Gwendoline Mary Vaughan, 
bora at Greensted 26 March, 
bapt at Greensted Church 
16 May 1886. 



Elinor Olive, bora at 
Greensted 15 May, 
bapt. at Greensted 
Church 12 July 1888. 



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liam Smith of Green- 
sted House, co. Essex, 
by Mary his wife, dau. 
of James Reeves of 
King Somborne, co. 
Hants 5 bora at Green- 
sted House 18 De- 
cember 1858, bapt at 
Stanford Rivers, co. 
Essex, 17 Feb. 1859; 
marr. at Greensted 
Church 4 June 1885. 



Janet Anita Vaughan, bora 
at Greensted 4 August, 
bapt at Greensted Church 
20 October 1890. 



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Arms on record in the College of Anns. Granted by Christopher Barker, Garter, to Sir Walter Buckler, Knt., 
of Causeway, co. Dorset, 36 Henry VIII., 1544. — Sable, on a fesse between three dragons' heads 
erased or, as many etoiles of eight points of the field. 

Crest. — A dragon's head couped sable, gorged with two gemels and gutte d'or. 

Motto.— Fidehs usque ad mortem. 

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John Buckler, Architect, F.S.A. (son of Edward Buckler of Calbourne=f=Ann, eldest dau. and 



in the Isle of Wight, by Hannah his wife, dau. of William Jacob of 
Calbourne), born at Calbourne 30 November, bapt. there 27 December 
1770 5 died 6 December, aged 81, bur. at St. Mary, Newington, co. 
Surrey, 10 December 1851. M.I. 



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coheir of John Chessell 
of Bradmg, Isle of 
Wight, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of Jenkin 
Perry 1 born 13 Oc- 
tober 1769; marr. by 
licence at St. Mary 
Magdalene, Bermond- 
sey t co. Surrey, 21 Au- 
gust 1 79 1 5 died 21 
September, aged 78, 
bur. at St. Mary, New- 
ington, 26 September 
1847. M.I. 



George Hollis (son=f=Mary 
of Thomas and 
Lucy Hollis of the 
parish of All Saints, 
Oxford), died 2 

January, aged 48, 
ur. at St Mary, 
Newington, 8 Jan. 
1842. 



, Ann, born 8 June, 
bapt. at St. Mary Mag- 
dalene, Bermondsey, 5 
July 17925 marr. by 
licence there 18 May 
18155 died 11 Decem- 
ber, bur. at All Saints 
Cemetery, Nunhead, 18 
December 1869. 



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John Chessell Buckler 
Melbury, Cowley St. 
John, Oxford, Architect, 
born 8 December, bapt. 
at St. Mary Magdalene, 
Bermondsey, 23 Decem- 
ber 1 793 5 died 5 Janu- 
ary, bur. at Oxford 9 
January 1894. M.I. Will 
dated 7 November 1881, 
proved P.R. 25 Septem- 
ber 1894. 



of=FEsther, 




dau. of Tho- 
mas Fair of St. Mary, 
Rotherhithe, co. Sur- 
rey, by Esther his 
wife, dau. of John 
Woollis ; born 26 
June, bapt. at St 
Mary Magdalene, 
Bermondsey, 19 Au- 
gust 1797 5 marr. by 
licence there 12 May 
18185 died 9 Sep- 
tember, aged 85, bur. 
at All Saints Ceme- 
tery, Nunhead, 13 
Sept. 1882. M.I. 



John Thomas 
Mathysou Buck- 
ler, born 12 
March, bapt. at 
St. Mary Mag- 
dalene, Ber- 
mondsey, 10 
April 1 8 19 5 died 
1 July, aged 16, 
bur. at St. Mary, 
Newington, 6 
July 1835. M.I. 



Charles Alban Bucklers 
of 6 Hereford Square 
in the parish of St. 
Mary Abbott, Kensing- 
ton, Architect, born 25 
September, bapt. at St. 
Mary Magdalene, Ber- 
mondsey, 20 October 
1824; appointed Surrey 
Herald Extraordinary 
by Royal Warrant dated 
16 July 1880. 



=Mary Louisa, dau. of John 
Farbrother of Magdalen 
Hall, Oxford, by Maria his 
wife, dau. of John Bush of 
Wincanton, co. Somerset; 
born 3 May, bapt. at St. 
Cross Church, Oxford, 25 
June 1828; marr. at the 
Roman Catholic Chapel of 
'St. Ignatius, Oxford, 29 
April 1851 ; died 29 May, 
bur. at St Edward's, Sutton 
Park, co. Surrey, 1 June 
1892. 



William Buckler, O.P. 
of Dominican Priory 
of the Annunciation, 
Woodchester, co. Glou- 
cester, D.D., born 8 
October, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Walworth, co. 
Surrey, 12 December 
1830 ; ordained Priest 
in the Roman Catholic 
Church 22 December 
18555 Ex-Prior of St. 
Dominic, Haverstock 
Hill. 



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Edward Buckler, 
born 18 April, 
bapt. at St Mary 
Magdalene, Ber- 
mondsey, 8 June 
1796; died a 
April, bar. at St. 
Mary Magdalene, 
Bermondsey, 3 
April 1801. 



Matthew Anthony Whichelo of=f=Sarah, born 31 January, 



Lombard Street, Attorney-at-Law 
(son of Matthew Ayera Whichelo 
of Brighthelmatone, co. Sussex, 
by Juliana Prudence Hamlyn his 
wife, dau. of Rev. Anthony Nott, 
Rector of Little Horsted, co. Sus- 
sex), born at Lewes* co. Sussex, 
7 March 1801, and bapt there; 
died 12 March, aged 43, bur. at 
St. Mary, Newington, 18 March 



bant, at St Mary Mag- 

datene, Bermondsey, %? 
February 1 798 j marr. at 
St. George the Martyr, 
Southward, co. Surrey, 
8 September 1830 , died 
31 December 1856, bur. 
at All Saints Cemetery, 
Nunhead, 7 Jan. 1857. 



Elixa, born zi 
April, bapt. at 
St. Mary Mag- 
dalene, Ber- 
mondsey, 8 
May r8oo ; 
died 18 May 
1814, bar. at 
Brighton. 



Edward Chessell Buckler, O.P., Eliia Chessell, 

bora 1% February, bapt at St. bom 1 Janu- 

Peter's, Walworth, 13 March ary,baptatSt 

T835; ordained Priest in the Peters, Wal- 

Roman Catholic Church a 2 Sep- worthy March 

tember i860 ; Ex-Prior of Wood- 1838. 
Chester and Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne $ Prior of St Dominic, 
Harerstock Hill, London, 1894. 



Henry Chessell Buckler, 
O.P., bora 14 Feb., bapt 
at St. Peters, Walworth, 
ao March 1840; ordained 
Priest in the Roman 
Catholic Church 19 Sep- 
tember 1863$ Chaplain 
of the Convent, Caria- 
brooke. 



born 



Chessell, 
1 August, 



baptatStPeter'% 
Walworth, oo 
October 1843. 



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Buckler, born 26 
Tilly, bapt. at St. 
Mary Magdalene, 
Bermondsey, 23 
August 1802 j 
died 1 August, 
aged 27, bur. at 
St Mary, New- 
ington, 7 August 
1829. M.I. 



Martha, bora 18 August, bapt 
at St Mary Magdalene, Ber- 
mondsey, 17 September, died 
14 October, and bur. at St 
Mary Magdalene, Bermond- 
sey, 18 October 1804. 

Anna Maria, bora 10 August, 
bapt at St Mary Magdalene, 
Bermondsey, 16 September 
1805 ; died 14 March, bur. at 
St Mary Magdalene, Ber- 
mondsey 30 March 1810. 



Henry Buckler=T=SaraJi Ann, dau. of James 



of Bruton, co 
Somerset, born 
25 June, bapt. at 
St. Mary Mag- 
dalene, Bermond- 
sey, 23 July 
1807; died 11 
December, bur. 
at Bruton 15 De- 
cember 1875. 



Richard Booth of Croy- 
don, co. Surrey, by 
Martha Whichelo his 
wife, dau. of John Ches- 
sell; born 21 November 
1808; marr. at St Mary's, 
Lambeth, 7 April 1833 ; 
died 15 April, bur. at the 
Roman Catholic Ceme- 
tery, Stratford, co. Essex, 
22 April 1867. 



William Buckler, born=T=Mary Ann^ dau: of 
20 November, bapt. at 
St Mary Magdalene, 



Bermondsey, 14 Decem- 
ber 1809 ; of Magdalen 
College, Oxford, matri- 
culated 16 October 1828, 
aged 18, B.A. 1832, 
M.A. 1838; Rector of 
Ilcbester, co. Somerset, 
1837, until his death 14 
September, bur. there 
19 Sep. 1876. M.I. 




James 
Palmer of Wells, co. Somer- 
set, and widow of Robert Eng- 
land of Hambuxy House, Yeo- 
vilton, co. Somerset ; born 20 
Nov. 1812, bapt. at Charlton 
Mackerel, co. Somerset, 9 May 
1813$ marr. at Yeovilton 11 
August 1845 5 died lI March, 
bur. at Ilchester 16 March 
1870. M.I. 



George Buckler of 
Kennington, co. 
Surrey, Architect, 
born 26 Sept, bapt 
at St Mary Mag- 
dalene, Bermond- 
sey, 22 October 
181 1; died 2 Sep- 
tember, bur. at 
All Saints Ceme- 
tery, Nunhead, 6 
September 1886. 




-Emma Sidney, 
2nd dau. of Wal- 
ter John Thomas 
of Bury St. Ed- 
munds, co. Suf- 
folk, by Anne 
Glan ville his wife, 
dau. of John 
Smith of Bury 
St. Edmunds ; 
born 29 Nov. 
1 81 7, bapt at St 
Mary's, Bury St 
Edmunds, 19 Feb. 
1 818; marr. there 
4 March 1845. 



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Arms of Joshua Reynolds 
Gascoionb Gwatkin on record in 
the College of Arms. — Erminois, a 
mullet of six points azure between 
two bees volant proper in chief, 
and a like bee between two mullets 
of six points azure in base. 

Crest. — In front of a beehive 
proper a bee volant between two 
mullets of six points fessewise or. 







Arms of Stewart Beauchamp 
Gwatkin on record in the College 
of Arms, — Ermine, a chevron 
losengy gules and azure between 
three oees volant in chief proper and 
a cross-crosslet in base of the third. 

Crest. — In front of a beehive 
proper, charged with a cross-cross- 
let or, a fern-brake proper. 



<£toatfetn of $otterne, £etoi?e*» 
co. Wilts. 



ElizabethrfEdward Gwatkin, Majors 
General H.E.I.C.S. (son of 
Robert Lovell Gwatkin, 
M.A. of St. John's College, 
Cambridge, and of Killiow, 
co. Cornwall, by Theophila 
his wife, dau. of John Palmer 
of Great Torrington, co. 
Devon, and niece of Sir 
Joshua Reynolds, P.R.A.), 
born i February 1784, bapt. 
at St. Gluvias, co. Cornwall, 
same day; died on ss. 
44 Hotspur '* 25 April 1855, 
bur. at sea. 



Hetty 

dau. of Major 
Peter Gascoigne, 
H.E.I.C.S., of 
Betbnal Green ; 
born 20 January 
1790 ; marr. at 
Lucknow 29 May 
1806; died at 
Meerut, India, 8 
October 1820 and 
bur. there. 



=Penelope, dau. of 
Joseph Smith and 
widow of Captain 
Alexander Ban- 
nerman ; born 12 
August 1797; 
marr. 21 Septem- 
ber 1826; died 
at Mussourie, 
North- West Pro- 
vinces, India, 7 
October, bur. 
there 8 October 
1854. 



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John Reynolds Gwatkin of Nonsuch 
Chippenham, co. Wilts, and Menhay, co. 
Cornwall, born at Kissengange, India, 12 
August 1807, bapt. at Danapore, India, 7 
April 1808 5 died at Torquay, co. Devon, 
8 November, bur. at Potterne, co. Wilts, 
16 November 1877. Will dated 14 Janu- 
ary 1874 with codicils 3 March 1874 and 
25 September 1876, proved P.R. 20 Febru- 
ary 1878 by Emma Amelia Gwatkin the 
relict, Robert Samuel Palmer of Drom- 
quinna, co. Kerry, Ireland, and Charles 
Robert Gwatkin of The Hermitage, co. 
Somerset, the brother, the Ex'ors. 



irama Amelia, dau. 
of Lieut. - General 
William Broome Sal- 
mon, H.E.I.C.S., of 
the 72nd Bengal Na- 
tive Infantry and the 
58th Regiment ; born 
10 March 1818; 
marr. at Kuraaul, 
India, 27 February 
1841. 



Robert Lovell Gwatkin, Lieut. 
94th Regiment, born at Bom- 
bay 1 October 1842 and bapt 
there j died at Himalayan 
Club, East India, 1 June 1865, 
bur. at Mussourie. 



Penelope Anne Theophila Palmer, 
born at Plymouth 13 November 
1845, tap** tnere same day; died 
at Plymouth 19 November, bur. 
in the Family Vault at St. An- 
drew's Church there 26 Nov. x 845. 




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Mary, born 24 
October 1827$ 
died at Mee- 
rtit, India, 11 
March 1836 
and bar. there. 



Charles Robert Lindsay of=pRhoda Charlotte, 

Glen Lea, Dulwich, S.E. 

(son of Colin Lindsay of 

the Bengal Staff Corps, by 

Charlotte his wife nee 

Blair), born 18 January 

1826, bapt in Calcutta 5 

late Judge of Chief Court 

of Judicature, Punjab j 

J.P. for Surrey. 



born at Kurunta 
Dhu 27 October 
1829, bapt at 
Ghaztpore 7 Janu- 
ary 18305 marr. 
at Scharanpoor, 
India, 24 March 
1848. 



Laura Cunliffe, born at Poosah, 
India, 20 January, bapt at 
Maguffapore 19 July 1833 5 
marr. at Mussoune, 13 June 
1854, Major-General James 
Anthony Steel of 28 Stafford 
Terrace, Kensington, late Ben- 
Staff Corps; served in 
iian Mutiny Campaign. 



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Mary Anne Terry,^=Charles Robert Gwat-= Helen, 3rd dau. of William 

Wright of Eyston Hall, 
Sudbury, co. Suffolk ; born 
there 4 May, bapt at Bel- 
champ Walter, co. Essex, 
5 August 1846$ marr. at 
the Parish Church, Hove, 
Brighton, 5 November 
1890. 2nd wife. 



born 25 February 
181 1 ; marr. at 
Ifcreilly, Bengal, 
India, 13 August 
18365 died at Wit- 
ham Friary, co. 
Somerset, 7 Sep- 
tember, bur. at Wit- 
ham 10 September 
1886. 1 st wife. 



kin, Major 60th Ben- 
gal Native Infantry, 
born at Danapore, 
India, 24 February, 
bapt. there 2 April 
1809. 



Edward Minto Gwat- 
kin, born 10 Decem- 
ber 1810, bapt at 
Meerut, India, 7 May 
18125 died at Mus- 
soune 7 June 1839, 
and bur. there. 



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Mary Elizabeth Penelope 
Anne, born at Plymouth 
13 November 1847 aQ d 
bapt. there j bur. in Family 
Vault at St. Andrew's 
Church there 24 May 
1848. 



Amy Theophila, born at Plymouth 28 Jan. 
1848, bapt. privately at Ideford Rectory, 
co. Devon ; marr. at St. Mary's Church, 
Chittoe, co. Wilts, 10 September 1873, 
Hugh Arthur Lewes, Captain Bengal Staff 
Corps. She died 6 May 1875 and bur. 
at Mussoune. 



Edward Reynolds Gwat- 
kin, born and bapt in 
London 7 April 1850; 
died 29 March, bur. at 
Highgate Cemetery 2 
April 1851. 



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Jane, dan. of George Leigh of HiAnpTheophilas Palmer Gwatkin,= Anna Maria, dan. of John 

~ — - ' " Kfivert of Bath,co. Somer- 

set; bom 25 July, bapt. 
at 8t Mary's, Batbwick 9 
Bath, 5 September 18*71 
marr. there 11 January 
187a and wife. 



Leigh, Cheshire; bom 28 Jan. 1815 ; 
marr. at St David's Church, Lifer- 
pool, 9 September 1841 ; died 11 
March, bar. at the Necropolis, 
Liverpool, 14 March 1865. 1st 
wife. 



bora st Meenrt, India, 23 
Mar, bapt there 4 June 18145 
died at Bath, 00. Somerset, 
8 July, bur. at Bathwick 
Cemetery 11 July 1893. 



Edward Theophilus Gwatkio, 
bom 11 May, bapt at St 
James's Church, Toxteth 
Park, Liverpool, 19 July 1844 ; 
died %6 November, bur. at 
the Necropolis, Liverpool, 28 
November 185a. 



George Leigh G watkin,=r Matilda EmHy, dan. of Thomas Briggs 



bora 6 Tone, bapt at 
Christ Church, Hunter 
Street, Liverpool, 13 
August 1845. 




Gwendolyn, bora at Bath 
8 April, bapt. at Trinity 
Church there 15 July 
1876. 



Ashton of Gulval, 00. Cornwall; 
born and bapt there 19 February 
1854 1 marr. at St Luke's Church, 
Kentish Town, 9 September 1874. 



Evelyn, bom at u Torrington, M 
Agra Patnas, Ceylon, 18 May, 
bapt. privately there in Sep* 
tembcr 1880. 



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Joshua Reynolds Gascoigne Gwatkio of the=f Arundel Augusta, dau. of John 



Manor House, Potterae, oom in London 24 
March 1855, **¥*• at Millbrook, 00. Southamp- 
ton, 23 March 18565 of St John's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1880, M.A. 1883$ Captain 
Royal Wilts Yeomanry j J.P. for Wilts. 




Hungerford Penruddocke, 
H.E.I.C.S., by Elisabeth his 
wife, dau. of William Heald 
Ludlow Bruges of Seend, co. 
Wilts; bom at Seend 31 
January, bapt there 27 April 
1859; marr. these* a Au^ist 
1882. 



Robert Torrington Gwatkin, 
bom at Potterae 10 September, 
bapt. there 28 October 1885. 



Stewart Bean- 
champ Gwatkin 
of 10 Abbey 
Road, St John's 
Wood, bora at 
Millbrook, 00. 
Southampton, 
26 April, bapt 
there 12 August 



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Arundel Theophila, born at 
Potterae 2 December, bapt. 
there 4 December 1886 (by 
name of Arundel only). 



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Hon. Robert Barlow Palmer=FElizabeth Maria=Rev. William 

Lowther, born at Winchester 

Meerut, India, 30 (son of Henry 

Dec. 18 16, bapt. Winchester of 

there 24 February Westmi nster) 

181 7; marr. 1st, of Christ Ch., 

at Haupper, India, Oxford, matri- 

1 1 Feb. 1 839 5 culated 1 5 May 

marr. 2ndly, 11 1834, aged 19, 

Feb. 1861 ; died B.A. 1838, 

at Rome 5 Nov. M.A. 1840; 

1 868, and bur. Chaplain in 

there. India. 2nd 
husband. 



Byng (2nd son of George, 
6th Viscount Torrington, by 
Frances Harriet his wife, 
dau. of Admiral Sir Robert 
Barlow, G.C.B.), born 30 
November 181 6; Major in 
the Bengal Native Infantry ; 
killed in India while leading 
his regiment against the 
mutineers 18 December 
1857. 1st husband. 



Hetty Theophila, born 14 Dec. 
18 18, bapt. at Meerut, India, 
16 Jan. 1 8 19 5 marr. at Lun- 
dour, India, 6 Oct. 1 836, Lieut- 
Col. Dacres Fitzherbert Evans 
(son of Andrew Fitzherbert 
Evans), born 26 Oct. 1807, 
bapt. at St Luke's, Chelsea, 
4 Jan. 1809 S entered the 16th 
Bengal Native Infantry in 
J 8a5, joined the Turkish Con- 
tingent in the Crimea, and 
retired as Lieut-Col. in Nov. 
18565 died 26 Dec. 1856. 



Robert Lovell Gwatkin, born 
6 November, bapt. at Christ 
Church, Hunter Street, Liver- 
pool, 9 December 1846 ; died 
12 November, bur. at the 
Necropolis, Liverpool, 15 
November 1852. 



Annie Leigh, 
born 4 March, 
bapt. at Christ 
Ch., Hunter 
Street, Liver- 
pool, 28 March 
1849. 



Charles Minto Gwatkin, 
born 18 December 185 1, 
bapt. at St. John's 
Church, Shaws Brow, 
Liverpool, 14 January 
i8j2. 



Theophilus Palmer 
Gwatkin, born 27 
November, bapt. at 
St. John's Church, 
Shaws Brow, Liver- 
pool, 22 December 
1854. 



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ROBERT LOVELL GWATKIN. 



Robert Lovell Gwatkin of KBliow, 
Truro, co. Cornwall, and St. John's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 17789 M.A. 
1778. 



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. dan. of John Palmer of Great Torrington, 
co. Devon, by Mary his wife, dau. and coheir of Rev. 
Samuel Reynolds, and niece of Sir Joshua Reynolds, 
P.R.A. ; died 4 July 1848, aged 91. 



Edward Gwatkin. 
($ee Gwatkin 
Pedigree.) 



John Gwatkin of the H.E.I.C.^Chariotte Fincher, dau.of Rev. Jeremiah 

Madras Civil Service, and of 

Pare Behan, co. Cornwall, born 

6 June 1786, bapt. at Truro; 

died 10 July, bur. at Veryan, co. 

Cornwall, 15 July 1855. Will 

dated 7 November 1854, proved 

(P.C.C.) 15 September 1855 

by Charlotte Fincher Gwatkin 

the relict and Ex'trix. 



Trist of Pfcrc Behan, J.P., M.A. of Wad- 
ham College, Oxford, and Vicar of Veryan, 
co. Cornwall, by Elizabeth Charlotte his 
wife, only child and heir of Robert Fincher 
of Carneggan 5 born 29 March 1784, bapt. 
at Veryan j mam there 14 December 
1814; died 14 November, bur. at Veryan 
19 November 1869. 



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Major-General Henry Aylmer, R. A. (son of Admiral John : 
Aylmer, by Frances Pearson his wife, dau. of Rev. Tho- 
mas Horner Pearson), of Pendower, Falmouth, born 6 
January 1813, bapt. at Burton-on-Trent ; entered Royal 
Artillery 183 1, and became Major-General 1864. 



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: Charlotte Louisa, dan. and coheir, 
born 27 February 1816, bapt at 
Madras; marr. at Veryan 28 Oc- 
tober 1847. 



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Rev. George Hadow (son of George John Hadow of=pFanny Theophila, dau* and coheir, born 

Madras), born at Madras 4 October 181 7, bapt. there j 

of Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 5 June 1835, 

aged 17, B.A. 1839, MA - l8 5 2 > Eector of Tiverton, 

co. Devon; died 20 March, bur. at Tiverton 25 

March 1892. 



id November 18 17, bapt at Madras; 
marr. at Veryan 24 May 1842. 



Colonel Frederick Charles Aylmer (son of Admiral Johns 
Aylmer, by Frances Pearson his wife, dau. of Rev. Tho- 
mas Horner Pearson) of 89th Regt, born 20 March, 
bapt at Burton-on-Trent 24 July 18x4; Knight of the 
Legion of Honour and Medjidie. 



(Maria Anne, bom in September 1821, 
bapt. at Madras $ marr. at Veryan 22 
September 1853; died 15 January, 
bur. at Tunbridge Wells 21 January 
1884. 




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(On record in the College of Arms.) 

Arms. — Quarterly : i and 4, Pilkington, Argent, a cross flory, voided gules ; a, Swinnerton, Argent, 
a cross forme* fleurette* sable, surmounted by a bend engrailed gules ; 3, Milborne, Per pale argent and 
gules, a cross patonce between in the sinister chief and dexter base two leopards 1 faces counterchanged. 

Crest i. — Pilkington, A mower with his scythe proper, habited per pale argent and sable. 

Crest 2. — Swinnerton, On a mount vert a boar passant argent, charged with a cross forme* fleurette* 
sable. 

Crest 3.— Milborne, A demi-lion per fess argent and gules, holding between the paws a leopard's 
face also gules. 

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iudith, eldest dau. and co-=Sir Michael Pilkington of Lupset=F 
eir of Rev. Charles Net- in parish of Wakefield, Bart. (4th '. 

son of Sir Lyon Pilkington of 
Stanley and Bradley, co. York, by 
Anne, 4th dau. of Sir Michael 
Wentworth of Woolley, Knt), 
bapt. at Wakefield 25 May 17 15 ; 
died at Lupset 6 February, bur. at 
Wakefield 18 February 1788. Will 
dated 22 January 1787, codicil 17 
January 1788, proved at York 29 
February 1788 and C.P.C. 20 
March 1788. (168 Calvert.) 



tleton of Earls Heaton, near 
Dewsbury, co. York, and 
Rector of Bulwick, co. 
Northampton; bapt. at Bul- 
wick, Wansford, 23 July 
1695; marr. at Woodkirk, 
near Wakefield, 17 Decem- 
ber 1738; died s.p. at 
Wakefield 26 January, bur. 
there 29 January 1772. 
1st wife. 



Isabella, dau. of Rev. William 
Rawstorne, Vicar of Badsworth, 
co. York, by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Samuel Walker of 
Stapleton Park, co. York 5 bapt 
at Badsworth 18 June 1747$ 
marr. there 12 Nov. 1772. She 
remarr., at St Tames's, West- 
minster, it April 1 791, Thomas 
Hewetson, a Major in the 71st 
Regiment of Foot She died at 
Doncaster and was bur. at Wake- 
field 6 March 1823. 2nd wife. 



Sir Thomas Pilkington of Chevet, 7th- 
Bart., born 7 December 1773, bapt. at 
Badsworth 10 January 1774 j of Merton 
College, Oxford, matriculated 1 August 
1 79 l » aged *7i M.A. 5 July 1793 ; died 
9 July, aged 37, bur. at Wakefield 15 
July 181 1. 



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: Elizabeth Anne, dau. of William Tufnell of Langleys, 
co. Essex, by Anna his wife, dau. of John Close of 
Easby House, co. York 5 marr. at Great Waltbam, near 
Chelmsford, 1 August 1797 5 remarr. William Mules 
of The Grove, Dedham, co. Essex ; she died at Cleve- 
den, 00. Somerset, 30 November, aged 60, bur. at 
Dedham n December 1841. 



Elizabeth Anne, eldest dau. and 
coheir, born 18 November, 
bapt. at Sandal Magna 22 No- 
vember 1798; marr. at Great 
Waltham, co. Essex, 19 May 
1819, Sir John Tyssen Tyrrell 
of Boreham House, co. Essex, 
Bart., M.P. for Northern 
Division of Essex, J.P. and 
D.L. of said county, born at 
Chichester 21 December 1795, 
bapt at St Andrew's Church 
there 16 January 1 796 j died at 
Brighton 19 September 1877, 
bur. at Boreham, co. Essex; 
she died in 1877. 



Thomas Pilkington, 
bapt at Sandal 
Magna 2 December 
1 799 j bur. at Wake- 
field 31 Jan. 1801. 

Isabella, bapt at 
Sandal Magna 22 
December 1800 ; 
bur. at Wakefield 
4 February 1802. 

William Pilkington, 
bapt at Sandal 
Magna 27 June 
1803 j bur. at 
Wakefield 16 No- 
vember 1803. 



Ann, 3rd dau. and coheir, bapt. at Sandal 
Magna 5 November 1804; marr. at 
Rougham, co. Suffolk, 21 March 1823, 
Philip Bennett of Rougham Hall (son of 
Philip Bennett of Tollesbury, co. Essex, 
by Jane Judith his wife, dan. of Rev. 
Richard Kedington of Rougham Hall), 
M.P. for Western Division of Suffolk, 
J.P. and D.L. for said county, born at 
Barton, co. Suffolk, 9 May, bapt. at 
Great Barton 23 June 1795; died at 
Battalies House, Rougham, 16 August, 
bur. at Great Barton 23 August 1866 ; 
she died 21 April, bur. at Great Barton 
24 April 1893. 



Rev. George Augustus=FLouisa, 4th dau. and coheir, 



Dawson (son of Thomas 
Dawson of Edward- 
stone Hall, co. Suffolk, 
by Anne Manning his 
wife) of Clare College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 18 14, 
M.A. 1819, Vicar of 
Edwardstone, co. Suf- 
folk; died at Groton 
House, co. Suffolk, 18 
January, aged 56, bur. 
at Edwardstone 26 
January 1848. 



bapt at Sandal Magna 5 
November 1806; marr. at 
St James's, Piccadilly, 11 
August 1830; she remarr. 
at St Peter's Church, Pim- 
lico, 15 February 1849, Sir 
Henry Charles Blake, 4th 
Bart., born 23 November 
1794; died 22 Jan. 1880 ; 
she died 28 December 1881. 



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James Bunbury Blake oi 
Thurston, near Bury St, 
Edmunds (son of Sir 
James Henry Blake, 3rd 
Bart., by Louisa Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. of 
General the Hon. Tho- 
mas Gage), born at 
Langham Hall 1 June 
1802 ; died at Thurston 
15 July, bur. there 22 
July 1874. 



»f=pCatherine, 5th 
dau. and co- 
heir, born 16 
June, bapt. at 
Sandal Magna 
11 July 18093 
marr. at Roug- 
ham, co. Suf- 
folk, 1 No- 
vember 1831. 



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Sir William Pilkington=r=Mary, 2nd dau. and coheir of Thomas Swinnerton of Bntterton Hall, 



of Chevet, 8th Bart., 
bapt. at Wakefield 14 
November 1775; died 
30 September, aged 75, 
bar. at Sandal Magna, 
co. York, 10 October 
1850. Will dated 26 
August 1850, proved 
13 January 1851. 



Trentham, co. Stafford, by Mary his wife, dau. and heir of Charles 
Milborne of Wonastow, co. Monmouth ; born 1793, marr. at St. Mary* 
lebone 25 June 1825 ; by Act of Parliament 6 and 7 William IV. she 
was authorized to bear the surnames of Milborne and Swinnerton 
jointly with Pilkington, and to be called by the surnames of Milborne 
Swinnerton Pilkington, and her husband Sir William Pilkington and 
herself to bear or quarter the arms of Swinnerton of Butterton and 
Milborne, and also authorized their 2nd son William Pilkington to bear 
the surnames of Milborne and Swinnerton in lieu of that of Pilkington, 
and to bear or quarter the arms of Swinnerton of Butterton and Mil- 
borne 5 died 11 December, aged 6*0, bur. at Butterton 20 December 
1854. M.I. Will dated 11 April 1854, codicil 29 April 1854, proved 
2 February 1855 D 7 J ^ Forge the Ex'or. 



Elizabeth, born 
28 June, bapt 
1 July 1830, 
registered at 
Sandal Magna 4 
AU$.1835; died 
at Sidmouth un- 
man*. 8 June, 
aged 22, bur. 
there 16 June 
1853. Will 

proved 3 June 
1854. 



Mary, born Sophia Portia, born 2 Novem- 
5 June ber, bapt. at Sandal Magna 6 

1826, bapt. November 1827 ; marr. at Roys- 
at Sandal ton, 20 July 1858, Rev. Clarke 
Magna 1 Watkins Burton of Clare Coll., 
Jan. 1827. Cambridge, B.A. 1851, M.A. 
1854, Rector of Cliburn, co. 
Westmoreland, born 13 Janu- 
ary, bapt. at Daventry 27 June 
1828$ she died 19 September, 
aged 34, bur. at Cliburn 28 
Sept. 1 861. M.I. in chancel. 



Sir Thomas Edward Pilkington 
of Chevet, 9th Bart., born 19 
March, bapt 9 April 1829, 
registered at Sandal Magna 4 
August 1835 5 of University 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
16 October 1847, a S ed l8 5 died 
unmarr. at Funchal, Madeira, 
8 January, bur. in the English 
burial-ground there 10 January 
1854. 



Thomas Edward Mil- 
borne - Swinnerton - Pil- 
kington of Christ Ch., 
Oxford, matriculated 13 
October 1876, aged 18, 
B.A. 1879, M -A. 1883, 
born 9 December 1857, 
bapt at Royston, 2 Fe- 
bruary 1858 y Captain 
2nd Batt King's Royal 
Rifle Corps from 1888; 
served in the Transvaal 
1 88 1, and Egyptian 
Campaign 1882, at Tel- 
el-Kebirj J.P. for West 
Riding of York. 



Ernest Milborne 
Milborne - Swin- 
nerton - Pilking- 
ton of Trinity 
Coll.,Cambridge, 
B.A. 1 881, born 
30 December 
1858, bapt at 
Royston, co. 
York, 16 Febru- 
ary 1859. 



Ren6e Elizabeth, born 
20 Dec. 1859, bapt. at 
Royston 15 July i86oj 
marr. at St. Paul's, Wil- 
ton Place, 28 April 1881, 
William Frederick Lee 
of Grove Hall, Knotting- 
ley (eldest son of Richard 
Thomas Lee of Grove 
Hall, co. York, by Louisa 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
and coheirof Lieut-Gen. 
Sir Andrew Pilkington, 
K.C.B.), born 23 Feb. 
1857; J.P. for West 
Riding of York; Cap- 
tain (Hon. Major) York- 
shire Dragoons. 



Claude William Egerton 
Milborne - Swinnerton - 
Pilkington of Christ Ch., 
Oxford, matriculated 13 
Oct. 1882, aged 19, B.A. 
1885, M.A. 1889, born 
1 1 May, bapt. at Roys- 
ton 13 June 1863; Hte 
Captain 4th Batt. Argyll 
and Sutherland Regt. j 
marr. at Wollaton 31 
Oct. 1889, Frances Julia, 
elder dau. of William 
Wright of Wollaton, co. 
Notts; born 12 March, 
bapt. at Wollaton 14 
April 1867. 



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Catherine Dorotheajborn^ 
20 October, bapt. at 
Wakefield 1 December 
1777 ; marr. at St. Mary- 
lebone 29 June 1801; 
died 13 January, bur. at 
Pleshey, co. Essex, 19 
January 1850. Monu- 
mental slab on north 
wall of chancel. 



=Tohn Jolliffe Tufnell of Lang- 
leys, near Chelmsford (son of 
William Tufnell of Langleys, 
by Anna his wife, dau. of John 
Close of £asby House, co.York), 
born at Dover Castle 21 Sept., 
bapt. at St Mary's, Dover, co. 
Kent, Oct. 1778, J.P. and D.L. 
for Essex, High Sheriff 1823 ; 
died at Langleys 18 July, bur. at 
Pleshey, co. Essex, 25 July 
1864. Memorial, east window, 
in Pleshey Church. 



Isabella, born : 
29 Aug., bapt 
at Wakefield 
11 Oct. 1780 ; 
marr. 6 De- 
cember 1804; 
died 30 April, 
aged 28, bur. 
at Wakefield 4 
May 1809. 



s Reverend Richard 
Hawksworth of 
Trinity Coll., Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1803, 
M.A. 1809, born 
17 March 1780 j 
died at Farnley Hall 
16 August, bur. at 
Otley 21 August 
1816. 



Sir William Milborne Swinnerton, 
afterwards Sir William-Milborne- 
Swinnerton-Pilkington of Chevet, 
Bart., born 16 June, bapt. 28 June 
1 83 1, registered at Sandal Magna 
4 Aug. 1835 5 by Act of Parlia- 
ment passed 17 Victoria he was 
authorized to resume and bear the 
surname of Pilkington jointly with 
surname of Milborne and Swin- 
nerton $ died unman*. 12 Nov., 
bur. at Butterton 21 Nov. 1855. 
Adm'on dated 12 Jan. 1856 to 
Mary Pilkington, spinster, the 
sister. 



Sir Lionel Pilkington, now Sir Lionel 5 
Milborne-Swinnerton-Pilkington of 
Chevet, Bart., born 7 July, bapt at 
Sandal Magna 4 August 1835 5 ty 
Royal Licence dated 15 February 
1856 he and his issue authorized to 
take, use, and bear surnames of Mil- 
borne and Swinnerton only, and also 
to bear the arms of Swinnerton of 
Butterton and Milborne quarterly 
with his and their own family arms j 
authorized to resume and bear the 
name of Pilkington jointly with sur- 
name of Milborne and Swinnerton 
by Act of Parliament 19 and 20 
Victoria; Royal Assent 23 June 1856; 
High Sheriff of York 1859 and D.L. 
for that county. 



Ida Mary, born 8= 
July, bapt at 
Royston 11 Au- 
gust 1864; marr. 
at St. Paul's, Wil- 
ton Place, 15 April 
1890. 



•Isabella Elizabeth Geor- 
giana, only child and 
heir of Rev. Charles 
Gratwicke Raikes Kin- 
leside, M.A. of Em- 
manuel College, Cam- 
bridge, and Rector of 
Poling, co. Sussex; born 
28 Nov., bapt at Poling 
18 Dec. 1038; marr. 
at St George's, Han- 
over Square, 3 February 
1857; died at Chevet 
8 January, bur. at 
Woolley, co. York, 11 
January 1894. 



= John Montague Spencer Stanhope of Hill House, Caw- Aimee, born 18 

thorne, near barnsley (eldest son of Colonel Walter Tbo- June, bapt at 

mas William Spencer Stanhope, C.B., of Cannon Hall and Royston 22 July 

Horsforth Hall, co. York, by Elizabeth Julia his wife, dau. 1865. 
of Sir John Jacob Buxton, Bart., of Shadwell Court, co. — 

Norfolk), of Magdalen Coll., Cambridge, B.A. 1884, M.A. Veronica, born 

1891, born 31 December i860, bapt at Cawthorne 17 Fe- 6 March, bapt. 

bruary 1861 $ J.P. for West Riding of York ; Lieut. 4th at Royston 10 

Batt (Militia) West Yorkshire Regt 1881 to 1888 ; April 1870. 
Captain 2nd V.B. York and Lancaster Regt from 1888. 



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Abercrombie, David, 109; Jessie, 109. 

Adams, Elizabeth, 121; Frances, 20 j Henry, 20; 

William, 20; Rev. William, 121. 
Adlington, Betty, 117; Thomas, 117. 
Adye, Daniel Goodson, 146 ; Rev. Francis William, 

146 ; Mary Anne, 146 ; Mary Brooke, 146. 
Ainsworth, James, 37; Marianna, 37. 
Albert, King of Saxony, 61. 
Aldrich, Agnes Maud, 94; Catherine, 92; Dorothy 

Lacy Mingay, 92, 94; William, 92; William 

Wogan, 92, 94. 
Alexander, Anne Isabella, 30; Caledon Dupre, 100 ; 

Caroline, 100; Edith, 30J Capt. Harvey, 100; 

Mildred Maria, 100; Lieut. Robert, 30. 
Alfonso XII., King of Spain, 61. 
Ali, Hyder, 58. 
Anderson, Ann Gertrude, 29; Charles King, 29; 

Emma Eliza, 26; John, 26; Thomas, 20; Wil- 
liam, 26; see also Worsley-Anderson-Pelham. 
Anderton, Mary Louisa Frances, 143, 144 ; Mildred 

Walburgha, 143 ; Wilfred Francis, 143, 144. 
Andrew, Grace, 113; James, 113. 
Andrews, Edith Amelia, 123 ; Rev. William North, 

123. 
Antrobus, Anne, 47 ; Sir Edmund, 47 ; Emily, 47 ; 

Robert Crawford, 47. 
Appleyard, Ellen, 74; Joshua, 74; Mary, 5; Tho- 
mas, 5. 
Archer, Col. David, 149 ; Henrietta Jane, 149. 
Arkwright, John Thomas, 105 ; Laura Jane, 105. 
Arnold, Ann Martinez, 25; Charlotte, 11 ; Col. 

George, 25; Thomas Graham, 11. 
ArundeTl, James Everard, Baron, 6b; Hon. Juliana, 

6b. 
Ashton, Frances Lilian, 4: Frank, 4; John, 153; 

Mary, 153; Matilda Emily, 168; Thomas Briggs, 

168. 
Ashton-Gwatkin, Frances Lilian, 4; Frank Tre- 

lawny Arthur, 4; Rev. Walter Henry Tre- 

lawny, 4. 
Aspland, Elizabeth, 5 ; William, 5. 
Athole, Duke of, 41. 
Atkinson, Agnes Elizabeth, 15; Ann, 88; Rev. 

John Breaks, 15; Joseph, 88; Sarah, 88. 
Austin, Rev. James Edward, 130; Mary, 130. 
Austin-Leigh, Emma, 130 ; Rev. James Edward, 

130. 
Aylmer, Charlotte Louisa, 170; Frances, 170; Col. 
* " ~i; Maj.-Gen. Henry, 



Frederick Charles, 170 ; 

Admiral John, 170; Maria Anne, 170. 

B 

Baud, Francis, 35 ; Sarah Anne, 35. 
Baker, Elizabeth, 32 ; George, 32. 
Baldock, William, 101. 
Baldry, Ann, 53 ; Charles, 53. 
Ballantine, Lawson Dykes, 40; Mary, 40. 
Band, John, 44 ; Martha, 44. 



170; 



Banks, Ann, 104 ; Henry, 104. 
Bannerman, Capt. Alexander, 166 ; Penelope, 166. 
Barbor, Catharine, 10 ; Richard, 10 ; Sarah, 10. 
Barker, Christopher, 162; Elizabeth, 147; George 

Hollington, 147. 
Barlow, Frances Harriet, 169 ; Admiral Sir Robert, 

169. 
Barnard, Sarah, 10. 
Barnesly, Mary Ann, 42 ; Samuel, 42. 
Barrett, Anne, 47 ; Isabella, 89 ; John, 47 ; Joseph, 

37, 89; Love Thompson, 37 ; Richard, 89. 
Bartlet, Alexander Henry, 43; Frances Harriett, 

43. 

Barwick, Elizabeth, 79 ; William, 79. 

Bassett, Clara, 93. 

Bassnett, Ann May, 68; Elizabeth, 68; Nathaniel, 
68. 

Batchelor, Elizabeth, 91. 

Batt, Emily Octavia, 122; Thomas, 122. 

Battye, Aubyn Bernard Rochfort, 157; Augusta 
Mary Anne, 158; Charles, 157; Charles Edmund 
Augustine, 157; Charles Robert, 158; Constance 
Angela Gertrude, 157 ; Dora Mary Augusta, 157 ; 
Edith Dorothea, 157 ; Elizabeth, 158 ; Emily, 
158; Emma Whitbread Juliana, 158; Fanny 
Laetitia, 158; Gertrude Elizabeth, 158; Harriet 
Dorothea, 157; Isabella Georgiana, 158; Jane 
Eliza, 158; Jane Lsetitia, 157; John, 157; John 
Thomas, 158; Mary, 158; Matilda Jessy, 158; 
Rev. William Wilberforce, 157 ; — , 158 ; see also 
Trevor-Battye. 

Battye-Trevor, Charles Edmund Augustine Trevor, 

W. 

Bayly, Elizabeth, 149; Sarah, 149; Zaehary, 149; 
Col. Zaehary Clutterbuck, 149. 

Baynes, Catherine, 92. 

Beadon, Anne, 128; Dr. Edwards, 127, 129; Har- 
riet, 127, 129; Rev. John, 128. 

Beard, Jane, 153. 

Beauclerk, Lord Amelius Wentworth, 109 ; Frances 
109 ; — , Duke of St. Albans, 109. 

Beaumont, Miles Stapleton, Baron, 141. 

Beaupenny, 14. 

Beauregard, see De Beauregard. 

Beckwith, 139. 

Beech, Adelaide Frederica, 23; Rowland John, 
23. 

Bell, Charles Davidson, 124 ; Eliza, 38; Elizabeth, 
43; Frances, 43 > Helena, 124; Henrietta Eliza- 
beth, 30; Reginald, 30; Capt. Scarlet Browne, 
43 ; Thomas, 38. 

Ballam, John James, 150; Margaret Caroline, 159. 

Beilasis, Agnes Mary Helena, 62 ; Anna Maria, 60; 
Cecilia, 61 ; Charlotte, 58, 59, "5 ; Clara, 61 ; 
Cyril Edward, 62; Edward, 59, 61, 62 ; Eliza, 58, 
6b; Eliza Jane, 59; Elizabeth, 58 ; Esther, 58; 
Frances, 59, 61 ; Rev. George, 57, 59, 125; George 
Bridges, 58 ; Rev. Henry Lewis, 62 : John Henry, 
62 ; Joseph Harvey, 57; Juliana, 57; Katharine, 60; 
Leah Cooper. 57, 59; Margaret, 57; Margaret 
Jane, 59 ; Marie Sophie Nicholson, 62 ; Mary, 
61, 62; Mary Theresa, 62; Mildred Mary, 62; 



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Monica. 62; Monica Mary, 62 ; Philip Joseph p 62 ; 
Richard Fauconberg, 62 ; Rev. Richard Garnett, 
61 ; Theresa Walburga, 62; William, 62; Wil- 
liam Joseph, 6a ; — , 57, 58, 61. 
Bellas', Rev. George, 57; Joseph, 57; Margaret, 

57. 

Benett, John, 146; Lucy Harriet, 146. 

Bennett, Ann, 173; Emily Mary, 2$; Jane, 2$; 
Jane Judith, 173; Philip, 173; Stephen, 2$; Tho- 
mas, 35. 

Bennington, Ann, 5a ; Joseph, 5a. 

Benson, Bourne, 133 ; Kate Anna Maria, 133. 

Berkeley, Emily, 104; Henry Comyns, 104; Mil- 
dred Caroline, 67; Rowland Comyns, 67; Rev. 
William Comyns, 67. 

Best, Head Pottinger, 150 ; Maria, 150 ; Rosamond 
Head, 150. 

Bevan, Charlotte Henrietta, 2 ; Rev. Thomas, a. 

Birch, James, 89 ; Mary, 89. 

Birch-Wolfe, Emily, 67 ; Richard, 67 ; Sophia, 67. 

Bismark*Schierstein, Charlotte Henrietta von, 119; 
Friedrich August Ludwig, Count von, 119; 
Helen Augusta Wilhelmine, Countess von, 1 19. 

Blackburne, Dorothea Anne, 17 ; Emily, 47 ; Col. 
Ireland, 17 ; Col. John Ireland, 47. 

Blair, Charlotte, 167. 

Blake, Catherine, 173; Sir Henry Charles, 173; 
James Bunbury, 173; Sir James Henry, 173; 
Louisa, 173 ; Louisa Elizabeth, 173. 

Blaker, Ernest Henry, 50 ; Harriet Marianne, 50. 

Bligh, Dorothy, 134; John, Earl of Darnley, 134. 

Bluett, 14. 

Blundell, Elizabeth, 139 ; Henry, 130. 

Blunt, Rev. Edward Powlett, 39 ; Henrietta Laura, 

Bogle, 122. 

Booker, Clara Georgina, 10a ; John, 10a. 

Booth, James Richard, 165; Martha Whichelo, 165; 
Sarah Ann, 165. 

Bosanquet, Margaret, 68. 

Boulay, see Du Boulay. 

Bourne, Alfred, 39; Hugh Clarence, 39; Katharine 
Hyde, 39. 

Bowring, Sir John, 60; Katharine, 60 ; Lewin Bent- 
ham, 60; Maria, 60; Mary Laura, 60. 

Boyne, Gustavus, Viscount, 135, 137. 

Brabourne, Edward Hujressen, Baron, 98. 

Bradney, Alice Mary, 48 ; Rev. Joseph Christopher, 
48; Sarah Decima, 48. 

Bradshaw, Rev. Joseph, 149; Mary, 149. 

Bradstock, Anne, 1 10 ; Garstang, 1 10. 

Brandes, Anna Elizabeth, 65. 

Brandling, Elizabeth, 65. 

Breedon, Jane, 57 ; Rev. Thomas, 57. 

Brett, Martha Anne, 105 ; Robert, 105. 

Briggs, H. P., 8. 

Bri?ht { Allan H., 17; Allan Heywood, 16; Anna 
Maria, 17; Dorothea Anne, 17; Edith, 16; Edith 
Honora, 16; Elizabeth, 17; Elizabeth Anne, 16; 
Elizabeth Phebe, 16; Emily, 56; Harriette, 17; 
Henry Arthur, 16; Henry Yates, x6; Heywood, 
16, 17; Rev. Hugh, 16; Hugh Meyler, 17; 
Joseph, 56 ; Marianne Harriette, 16; Mary Eliza- 
beth, 16; Mary , Honora, 16; Richard, 16; 
Samuel, x 6, 17; Sarah Elizabeth Mesnard, 16; 
Ursula Dorothea Elizabeth, 17. 

Bristowe, E., 8. 

Britton, Agnes Cassandra, 78, 115; Arthur Henry 
Daniel, 78; Caroline, 77; Daniel, 77; Ella 
Carlyon Poole, 78; Hannah Canter, 77, 115; 
Henry Courtenay, 78; Henry William, 77 ; Mary 



Anne, 77 ; Philip William Poole, 78, x 15 ; Ray- 
mond Carlyon, 78; William Henry, 1x5; William 
Simon, 77 ; Winstanley, 78. 



Brooke, Benjamin, 5a; Elizabeth, 145; Frances, 
145 ; Marv Ann, 52 ; Peter, 145. 

Brookes, Charlotte, 126; Rev. John Henry, 126; 
William Wycherley, 126. 

Broufhton, Kev. Delves, 34; Mary, 34; see oho 
DeTves-Broughton. 

Brown, Alice, 26 ; Alice Maria Georgina Frederica, 
26; Amy Constance, 28; Ann, 25, 27; Ann 
Martinez, 25; Anne Sarah, 27; Annie, 27; 
Annie Margaretta, 26 ; Catherine, 25 ; Catherine 
Fanny, 25 ; Charles, 28; Charles Cuthbcrt, 28 ; 
Constance Anne Sewell, 27; Dorothy Mary 
Sneade, 27 ; Edith Margaret de Sorel, 20 ; Edith 
Muriel, 27 ; Edward Godfrey, 27 ; Edward Law- 
ford, 26 ; Eleanor Margaret, 27 ; Eliza Ann, 25 ; 
Eliza Casamajor, 26; Emily Mary, 25; Emma 
Eliza, 26; Rev. Ernest William, 28; Eugenie 
Constance Lawrence, 26; Flora Eliza, 25; 
George, 26; George Edward, 28; George Henry, 
25 ; Hannah, 25 ; Harriette Elizabeth, 28 ; Henry, 
25; Henry Col borne, 27; Henry Darell, 2$; 
Henry John, 26 ; Hilda Towers, 27 ; James, 27 ; 
lames Richard, 27; Jessie Laura, 28; Jessie 
Margaretta, 28; John Read, 26; Joseph 
Henry, 27 ; Rev. Joseph Thomas, 27 ; Lestock 
Lechmere, 25; Lestock Shirley, 25 ; Rev. Lionel 
Edward, 25 ; Louisa, 25 ; Margaret Duncan, 26 ; 
Margaret Mary, 26; Martha Vere, 145; Mary, 
27; Mary Emma, 27; Mary Margaretta, 28; 
Thomas, 25; Wilhelmina, 28; Wilhelmina 
Ormonde, 28; William, 145; William Towers, 
27 ; see also Darell-Brown. 

Browne, Frances Mary, 99; Maj. Hon. George 
Augustus, 99; Hannah, 25; James Caulfield, 
Baron Kilmaine, 90 ; John, 19 ; Thomas, 25. 

Brownlow, John, Earl, ^ t 

Bruges, Elizabeth, 168; William Heald Ludlow, 

Brune, see Prideauz-Brune. 

Brunei, Sir Marc Isambard, 127; Sophia Mac- 

namara, 127. 
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Brodie, Frances, 43 ; Francis, 43. 
Brodribb, Emily Susanna, 38 ; Henry, 38. 
Bromby, Rev. John Healey, 7 j Maria Elizabeth, 7. 



Buchanan, . , _,_ , ._, T _ f j „_ 

Laura, 28 ; John Griffiths, 28 ; Niel Griffiths, 28. 

Buck, Angelica, 149; Ann, 148; Elizabeth, 148, 
149 ; Emma Helena, 150 ; George, 148 ; George 
Paul Orchard, 148 ; George Pawtey, 148 ; George 
Stucley, 148 ; Sir George Stucley, 150 ; Henrietta 

iane, 149 ; Ida Frances Harriet, 140 ; Lewis Henry 
IcDonnell, 149 ; Major-Gen. Lewis William, 
149 ; Lewis William, 148 ; Louisa, 149 ; Martha, 
148, 140; Mary, 149; Mary Constance, 149 
Richard, 148, 1,49; Richard Eustace Stukeley, 
149 ; Richard Hugh Keats, 149. 

Buckingham, Grace, 1x3; John, 1x3. 

Buckler, Ann, 163 ; Anna Maria, 165; C. A., 165; 
Charles Alban, 163; Edward, 163, 164; Edward 
Chessell, 164; Eliza, 164; Eliza Chessell, 164; 
Emma Sidney, 165; Esther, 163; Esther Chessell, 
X64; George, 165; Hannah, 163; Henry, 165; 
Henry Chessell, 164; John, 163; John Chessell, 
163 ; John Thomas Mathyson, 163 ; Martha, 165 ; 
Mary Ann, 163, 165 ; Mary Louisa, 163 ; Richard 
Chessell, 165 ; Sarah, 104 ; Sarah Ann, 165 ; 
Sir Walter, x6*; William, 163, 165. 

Budd, Mary, 58. 

Bunny, Captain, 79. 

Burchell, James Ward, 19. 1 

Burd, Agnes Maud, 94 ; Edward, 94 ; Ellen, 94. 

Burder, Rev. Alfred, 137; Elizabeth Mary, 137. 

Burdett Coutts, Baroness, 8. 

Burnett, Alice, 26 ; Alice Maria Georgina Frederica, 
26; Maj. Francis, 26. 

Burns, Isaac, 40 ; Jonas Lindow, 40. 

Burrows, Edmund Augustine, 20; Rev, Henry 
William, 20 ; Mary Claudine, 20, 



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Burton, Rev. Clarke Watkms, 174; Ellen, 73; 

James, 73; Sophia Portia, 174. 
Bush, John, 163 ; Maria, 163. 
Bushel), Rosetta, 102 ; William Done, 102. 
Bosk, Anna Frances, 79; Harriet Mary, 79 ; John 

Wesley, 70. 
Bnte, Ear\ of, 157. 
Button, Hannah, 91 ; Samuel, 91. 
Buxton, Elizabeth Julia, 175 ; Sir John Jacob, 175. 
Byng, Elisabeth Maria Lowther, 169; Frances 

Harriet, 169; George, Viscount Torrington, 169; 

Hon. Robert Barlow Palmer, 169. 



Campion, Mary Georgiana, 36; William, 36. 

Cane, see Du Cane. 

Cann, Joanna Laetitia, 82 ; Rev. Ponsford, 82. 

Canning, Lord, 60. 

Canter, Esther, 77 ; Isaac, 77. 

Capper, Ellen, 00 ; Margaret, 90 ; Octavius, 90. 

Carden, Captain, 30; Eustace, 30; Lilias Agatha 
Mary Racster, 30. 

Carew, Robert Shapland, Baron, 98. 

Carey, John, 132; Mary, 132. 

Carlyon, Agnes Cassandra, 78, 115 ; Alice Gregory, 
116; Anna Maria, 18; Anna Stackhouse, 115; 
Anne, 114; Anne Helen, 115; Arthur Lawrance, 
114; Augusta Hopton, 1x6; Betsy Green, 114; 
Caroline Susan, 116: Cnarles, 116; Charles 
Alfred, 78, 114; Charlotte, 116; Clement, 1x3, 
114; Edward, u<; Gen. Edward, 18; Edward 
Rashleigh, 1x6; Eliza, 113, 1x4; Elizabeth, 113; 
Ellen, 1x4; Ellen Gertrude, 1x5; Emily, 1x3; 
Emma, 115; George Bowyer, xi6; Gerald Win- 
stanley, 116; Gertrude Elizabeth, 115; Grace, 
1x3; Helen Bionda, 116; Henry Chichele, 1x6; 
Jane, 114; Jessie, 116; John, 113, 1x4; Rev. 
John, 1x3; John Winstanley, 1x3; Julia, 1x4; 
Laura Theresa, 1x6; Louisa, 1x5, 116; Louisa 
Harvey, 1x6; Mary, 1x3, 1x4; Mary Evelyn, 116; 
Mary Winstanley, 114; Philip, 114; Thomas, 
113, 114; Thomas Alfred, 1x5; Thomas Clement 
Winstanley, 1x5; Thomas Stackhouse, 113; 
Thomas Winstanley, 1x4; William, 114. 

Carnarvon, Henry John George 1 , Earl of, 126. 

Carson, Alexander, 59 ; Margaret, 59. 

Carver, Frank Henton, 54 ; Isabella, 54. 

Casson, Mary Sophia, 93 ; William, 93. 

Cavell, Edward, 53 ; Helen Ann, 53. 

Cavendish, Caroline,.^ ; Vice- Admiral Hon. George 
John, 99; Juliana, 99; Richard, Lord Water- 
park, 99. 

Chalon, A. E., 8. 

Chamberlin, Carlos, 55 ; Mary Elizabeth, 55. 

Chambers, Eliza, 107 ; Robert, 107. 

Chapman, Elizabeth, 141 ; John, 141. 

Charles, Nich., 139. 

Charlton, Catherine Henrietta, 59; Edward, 59; 
Eliza Janet, 59; Margaret Jane, 59; William 
John, 59. 

Cheney, Frederica, 22, 130, 131; Lieut.-Gen. 
Robert, 22, 130, 131. 

Cherry, Charlotte Cornish, 51 ; John Hector, 51. 

Cherubim, 61. 

Chessell, Ann, 163; John, 163, 165; Martha 
Whichelo, 165 ; Mary. 163. 

Chestledon, 14. • 

Chichester, John Palmer, 125 ; Margaret Caroline, 
125. 

Chisnall, Alice, 92, 96 ; Grace, 92, 96 ; Susannah, 
92, 96 ; Thomas, 92, 96 ; Thomas William, 92, 96. 

Cholmley, Catherine Henrietta, 59 ; Francis, 59. 

Christie, Agnes Chichester, 126 ; Agnes Hamilton, 
125; Archibald, 126; Augusta, 126, 128; 
Augustus Langham, 126; Charles William, 125; 



Charlotte, 58, 125, 126; Daniel Beat, 58, 125; 
Edward, 126; Elizabeth, 58, 125, 126; Ethel 
Mary, 126; Henry Herbert, 126; John, 126; 
Langham, 125, 128$ Langham Charles, 126; 
Margaret Elizabeth, 125, 128; Mary, 126; 
Robert, 126; Rosamond Alicia, 126; Spencer, 
126 ; Spencer Cunliffe, 125 ; William Langham, 

Christin, Daniel Beat, 125 ; Monsjgnor, 70. 
Christopher, Negro Ruler of San Domingo, 157. 
Churchus, Mary, 37 ; Rebecca, 37; Robert, 37; 

Thomas, 37. 
Clandon, Jane Anne, 35 ; Paul, 35. 
Claringbold, Annabella, xox ; Captain, xoi ; Clarissa, 

iox ; John, 101 ; Mary, 101 ; Mrs., 102. 
Clark, Francis, xx6; John, 38; Margaret Maria, 

116; Mary Anne, 38. 
Clarke, Gregory, 121 ; Susannah, 121 ; see also 

Graham -Clarke. 
Clayden, Sara, 88. 

Clement, Alice Mary, 91 ; Sidney, 91. 
Clements, Mary, 18; Peter, 18, 20; Rebecca, 20. 
Cle viand, Agnes Hamilton, 125 ; Augustus Saltrell, 

125; Margaret Caroline, 125. 
Cliff e, Maj. Anthony, 98 ; Jane Catherine, 98. 
Clifford, Lydia, 63. 
Close, Anna, 173, 175; Dorothy, X32 ; John, 132, 

173. *75- 

Clutten, Alice Mary, 91 ; Celia lane, 91 ; Edward, 
91 ; Jane Celia, 95 ; John Wroots, 95 ; Samuel 
Francis, 91. 

Coape, Joanna, 22 ; John, 22. 

Cock, Laetitia Penelope, 157 ; Matthew, 157. 

Cocks, Sophia, 79. 

Cocksedge, Elizabeth Hawes, 8. 

Coldwell, Clare Victoria, 48 ; Robert Hanson, 48. 

Colebrooke, Belinda, 129; George, 129; Sir George 
129. 

Coleman, Francis, 140 ; Laura Anne, 140. 

Coleridge, Rev. Dr. James Duke, 82 ; Sophia, 82. 

Colmore, Clara, 106; Thomas- Milnes, 106. 

Colt, Sir John, 103. 

Constable, John, 8. 

Coode, Alan Penrose, 19; Amy Arrabella, 20; Anna 
Maria, 18; Arthur, 20; Rev. Athelstan, 18; 
Athelstan Monro, 18; Bernard Henry, 18; Betty, 
18; Caroline, 18; Caroline Mary, 18; Charles 
Louis, 20; Clara Eleanor, 18; Claude Lionel, 21 ; 
Claudia Sophia, 20; Cuthbert Harrold, 18; 
Donald Russell, 18; Dorothy, 18; Dorothy 
Clara, 18 ; Dorothy Sandys, 21 ; Edward, 18, 19, 
21 ; Eliza, 19 ; Eliza Sandys, 19 ; Enid Lucy, 21 ; 
Evelyn Cary, 19; Frances, 20; Frances Arundell, 
2i ; Francis Trevenen,2i ; Frederick, 19 ; George 
Garrett, 20 ; Gwendolen, 19 ; Harold, 19 ; Helen 
Gwendra, 20; Henry, 19; Henry Melvill, 21 ; 
Hugh Dalston, 19; Jane, 20, 21 ; John, 19; John 
Melvill, 19 ; Laura Augusta, 20 ; Laura Evelyn, 
20; Lilian Mary, 19; Louisa Catharina, 20; 
Louisa Margaret, 20; Lucy Ann Elizabeth, 19; 
Mabel, 19; Mary, 18, 20, 21 ; Mary Claudine, 
20; Mary Wilmot Arundell, 21 ; Olave Muriel, 
21 ; Percival, 19; Philip Melvill, 19; Rebecca, 20; 
Rebecca Clements, 20; Richard Carlyon, 18; 
Ruth Eleanor, 18; Susan Wreford, 20; Thomas, 
20; Thomas Lyne, 20; Violet Penelope, 21; 
Walter, 21; Walter Damarel, 21; William, 20; 
William Melvill, 20; Wilmot Kathrene, 21; 
Winifred Alice, 19. 

Cook, Caroline, 91 ; Edward, 91 ; Elizabeth Hannah, 
91 ; Emma, 91 ; Frederick George, 91. 

Cooke, Edmund, xo; Sarah, 10. 

Cooper, Anne, 59 ; Ellen, 92 ; Juliana, 99 ; Martha 
Ann, 92 ; Thomas, 92, 99 ; — , 59. 

Corbett, Edward, 47 ; Uvedale, 47. 

Comes, Joseph, 72 ;_Mary lane, 72. 



Cornwell, Amy, 30; Rev. Thomas Charles Brand, 30. 



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Cotton, Outfits BowJend, 1475 Harriet Laagford, 

Coulthurst, Catherine, 14a; Nicholas, 14a. 

Courts, see Burdett Coutts. 

Cowen, Constance Mary, 122 ; Surg.-Gen. H.L., 112. 

Cowper, 121. 

Cox, Anna Maria Frances, 29; Frances, 29; Rev. 
John, 20; Thomas, 20. 

Cozens, Harriet, 68; Henrietta, 68; Margaret, 68; 
Richard, 68. 

Craufurd, John, 8. 

Crawfurd, Anna, 8; Arabella, 8; Arabella Payne, 9 ; 
Caroline Payne, 9; Charles Hubert Payne, 9; 
Charles Payne, 8 ; Charles Walter Payne, 9 ; Ellen 
Mary, 9; Georgina Laetitia, 8: Georgian Mary 
Payne, 9; Gibbs, 8; Gibba Payne, 9; Harriet 
Payne, 9; James, 8; Janet Payne, 9; John, 8; 
Lionel Payne, 9; Mary, 9; Patty, 8; Proby 
Edward Payne, 9; Raymond Henry Payne, 9; 
Robert, 8; Robert Henry Payne, 9; Robert 
Payne, 9. 

Cripps, Ada, 120; Catharine Dorothea, 120; 
Dorothea, 119; Edmund William, 120; Egerton 
Tymewell, 120; Eleanore Dorothea, 120; Eliza- 
beth, 119; Frederick William Beresford, 120; 
Gwendolen Elizabeth, 120; Helen Augusta 
Wilhelmine, no; Hester, 119; Joseph, 1x9; 
Maria Harriet Arabella, 1x9; Mary Anne, 119; 
Walter Mainwaring, 120; Wilfred J., 120; WU. 
fred Joseph, 119; William, 1x9. 

Crisp, Edwards, 95 ; Emma Elizabeth, 95 ; Mary, 95. 

Crispin, Jane Laetitia, 157; Laetitia Penelope, 157; 
Robert, 157. 

Cropper, Elizabeth, 71. 
• Culme, Elizabeth, 133 ; Rev. Thomas, 133. 

Culshaw, Charlotte Burgoyne, 1x8; Tames, 118. 

Cumby, Rev. Anthony, 154; Elizabeth Margaret, 

154. 

Cumming, Elizabeth Francesco ; George Durant,70. 

Cunliffe, Sir Ellis, 129; Margaret Elizabeth, 129. 

Cure, Adelaide Frederica, 23; Agnes, 24; Agnes 
Frederica, 24, 130; Alfred Capel, 22, 23, 24; 
Alice, 22 ; Arthur Capel, 22 ; Augusta Elisabeth, 
24, 131 ; Capel, 22, 130, 131 j Charles Capel, 24 ; 
Charles Lawrence Capel, 24 ; Denzil James Capel, 
23; Rev. Edward Capel, 23, 24; Edward Henry, 
23; Emmeline, 24; Emmeline Augusta, 24; 
Ernest Capel, 23 ; Frances Margaret,^; Francis 
Capel, 22; Frederica, 22, 130, 131; Frederica 
Mary, 22; Frederick Capel, 24 ; George Edward 
Capel, 22 ; Gertrude, 23 ; Gertrude Isabella, 23 ; 
Henry, 22: Henry Capel, 24; Herbert Capel, 
23; Isabella, 24; Joanna, 22; Rev. Laurence 
George Capel, 24, 131 ; Margaret, 24; Margaret 
Mary, 22; Maria, 24; Muriel Elizabeth Anna 
Louisa, 23 ; Robert Capel, 22 ; Rosamond, 23 ; 
Sarah Maria Jane, 22 ; Walter Robert, 23. 

Carrie, Arthur, 127, 129, 132 ; Augusta Dorothea, 
iith, 



127; Charlotte Judith, 132 } Dorothy, 132 ; Isaac, 
121; Samuel, 121; 



129; Leonard, 120, 132, 
Curteis, Frances Elizabeth, 



William Calverley, 121. 
Cost, Lady Anna Maria, 115; Emma, 115; Hon. 

Rev. Henry Cockayne, 115; Henry Francis 

Cockayne, 36;. Marion Isabella, 36; Robert 

Needham, 1x5. 
Cuthbert, Rev. George, 28 ; Harriette Elizabeth, 28. 



D'Arcy, Capt. Edward, 1492 Martha, 149; Maj. 
Oliver Barker, 149. 

Dalbiac, Charles William, 67; Henry Eardley 
Aylmer, 67 ; Mary, 67; Rhoaa Mary, 67. 

Dalglish, James Camps»,6a; Marie Sophie Nichol- 
son, 62, 



Daltonjz __ w __. 

Daniel-Tyssen, John Robert, 119; Maria Harriet 

Arabella, no. 
Darell, Eliza Ann, 25 j Sir Harry Verelst, 25. 
Darell-Brown, Catherine Fanny, 25 ; Emily Grace, 

25 ; Henry Forbes, 25; Rev. Lionel Edward, 25 ; 

Montague Lionel, 25 ; Otway, 25. 
gh, Earl of, X34. 



Mary Uzella, 21 ; Mary 



ontague Lionel, 25 
Darnley,Tohn Bli 
Daubuz, Rev. John, 21 \ 

Wilmot ArundeU, 21. 
Davidson, Annie, 27; Catherine Fanny, 25; 

Frederick George, 39; Grace, 25; Henry, 27} 

Robert, 25. 
Dawaay, Faith, 65 ; John, 65 ; Thomas, 6& 
Dawson, Anne, 173; Rev. George Augustus, 173; 

Louisa, X73; Thomas, X73. 
Day, Adela Isabel, 107; Capt. Edward Fitzgerald, 

De Beauregard, Edmond Maurice S.,45 ; Katharine 
Laetitia, 45 ; Count Sauter, 45. 

De Dietfurt, Baron Andrea Emile Mini, 104; 
Annabella Jane, 104. 

De Gruchy, Rev. George, 138; Harriet Ellen 
Charlotte, 138; Capt Henry, 138; Mary Louisa, 
138. 

De la More, 14. 

De Lauret, Anna Maria, 62 ; Marquis De Guerry, 
62 ; Marie Sophie Nicholson, 62. 

De Salis, Amelia Frances Harriet, Countess, 33; 
John Francis William, Count, 33; Peter, Count, 33. 

De Sorel, Ann, 26. 

De Trafford, Jemima, 140; Laura Anne, 140; Sir 
Thomas, 140. 

Deane, Rev. George, 128; Mary Hood, 128. 

Debenham, Anne Elizabeth, 6; Henry James, 6; 
James, 5 ; Mary Sophia, 5 ; Sophia, 6. 

Delves- Broughton, Caroline, 67 ; Rev. Sir Henry, dy. 

Denman, Catherine, 79 ; Thomas, 79. 

Desborough, Charles, 107 ; Edith Rosa, 107. 

Devall, Ann, 129; John, 129; Susanna, 129. 

Dietfurt, see De Dietfurt. 

Digges, Rev. Dudley, 45. 

Dodman, Mary Ann, 93, 96. 

Dodsworth, 130. 

Doneraile, St. Lager, Viscount, 47. 

Donne, Elizabeth, 121 ; W. Bodham, 121 ; William, 
121; Rev. William Sayer, 121. 

Dorrien, see Smith-Doraen-Smith. 

Driver, John, 146 ; Sarah, 146. 

Drury, Annie Mabille, 82 ; William, 82. 

Du Boulay, Elizabeth, 66; Francis James Housse- 
mayne, 66. 

Du Cane, Charles, 97 ; Frances, 97. 

Duffield, Maria, 150 ; Thomas, 150. 

Dugdale, Adam, 73, 75, 76; Adam Norman, 75; 
Adela Isabel, 107 ; Alice Ada, 107 ; Amy Agnes, 
75 ; Amy Bessie, 75 ; Amy Rosetta, 107 ; Ann, 
105; Anne, 76: Annie, 75; Charles Cyril, 107; 
Charles Frederick, 107; Charles Tertras, 107; 
Clara, 106; Clara Dorothy, 76; Constance 
Gladys, 106; Constance Mary, 106; Edith, 107; 
Edith Christian, 107 ; Edith Jocelyn, 107 ; Edith 
Muriel, 75 : Edith Rosa, 107 ; Euzabeth, 73, 76, 
105 ; Elizabeth Sarah, 74 ; Ellen, 73, 74, 105, 106 ; 
Emeline Charlotte Louisa, 106; Eva Margaret, 
106 ; Evelyn Mary, 106 ; Flora, 107; Frank, 105 ; 
Gerald, 106; Helen, 105; Herbert Crowe, 106; 
Hilda, 75; Isabella, 106; I. Broughton, 107 s 
James, 73, 105 ; James B./76; James Boardmaa, 
73t 7^» James Broughton, 105; James r^enry, 
107 ; John, 105, xo6; John Appleyard, 75 ; John 
Marshall, 106; John Percy, 106; John Sidney, 
107; Katharine Keir, 107; Laura Jane, 105; 
Laura May, 107 ; Margaret Harriet, 107 ; Mar- 
garet Rosetta, 106 ; Marion Edith, 107 ; Mary, 
73, 105, 106; Mary Ellen, 74; Mary Louisa, 105, 
106; Nathaniel, 73, 76, 105; Richard William, 



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io7; Robert, 73; Rosy Elizabeth, 107; Rev. 
Sidney, 107; Sybil Eldrydd Kathleen, 106; 
Thomas, 73, 74; Thomas Gilbert, 75; Walter, 
107; Walter Geoffrey, 107; Watkin Wynn, 107 ; 
William Marshall, 106; Winifred Rose, 107; 

Dugleby, John, 1 ; Mary, 1. 

Dunston, Frederick Warburton, 3 ; Louisa Florence 

Camilla, 3. 
Duraford, Col. Anthony William, 100; Barbara, 

10a; Edward William, 10a. 
Dyer, Anthony, 115; Rhode, 115. 



B 

Eagles, Emma Jane, 25. 

Eccles, Arabella Ellen, 52 ; William, 52. 

Eden, Rev. Charles Page, 154; Horatia Katharine 

Frances, 154; Thomas Bainbridge, 154. 
Edgcumbe, Fanny Lucy, 136; Hon. George, 136; 

Mary Louisa, 136; Richard, 136. 
Edmiston, Archibald, 112; Beatrice Augusta, 112. 
Edward III., King of England, 78, 113, 115* 
Edwardes, Anne, 47 ; EUen Hester Mary, 47 ; Sir 

Henry, 48 ; Louisa Mary Anne, 4S ; Sir Thomas, 

47 ; see also Hope-Edwardes. 
Edwards, Anne, 53; Caroline, 53; George, 53; 

— 53- 
Egmojst, Perceval, Earl of, 71. 
EUey, Jessie, 108 ; Thomas Benson, 108. 
Ellis, Thomas Edward, 154. 
Ellys, George, 63 ; Lydia, 63 ; Mary, 63. 
England, Mary Ann, 165; Sir Richard, 132; 

Robert, 165 ; Theodosia, 13a. 
Eustace, Rev. Charles, 36 ; Capt. Charles Stannard, 

36 ; Laura, 36. 
Evans, Andrew Fitzherbert, 169; Charles Jewel, 

30; Lieut-Col. Dacres Fitzherbert, 169; Emma, 

30; Hetty Tbeophila, 169. 
Ewing, Alexander, 154; Maj. Alexander, 154; 

Caroline, 100; Elizabeth Margaret, 154; James, 

xoo ; Juliana Horatia, 154. 



Faber, Eliza Sophia, 10; Rev. G. S., 10; Mary 

Anne, 10; William Raikes, 10. 
Fair, Esther, 163 ; Thomas, 1 163. 
Fane, Amy, 146; Rev. Arthur, 146; Lieut-Col. 

Henry Edward Hamlyn, 150; Lucy Harriet, 

146; Marion Elisabeth, 150; Susan Hester, 150. 
Fanshawe, Althea Hedwig, 135; Althea Pauline 

Louise, 135 ; Charles Alexander, 135. 
Farbrother, John, 163; Maria, 163; Marv Louisa, 163. 
Farrington L Clarissa, Lady, 101 ; Sir Henry, 102. 
Fawcett, John, 35. 
Fawkes, Charlotte, 6$ ; Fanny, 67; Richard, 67; 

William Ramsden, 65, 67. 
Fendall, Maj.-Gen. John, 158 ; Mary, 158. 
Fenton, Charles, 158; Fanny Lactitia, 158; Jane, 

65; William, 65. 
Fenwjck, Edward Matthew, 106 ; Sarah, 106. 
Fenwick-Fenwick, Mary, 106 ; Thomas, 106. 
Fermor, Elizabeth, 140. 
Fernell, Alice Mary, 117; Betty, 117; Charlotte, 

117; Charlotte Burgoyne, 117, 118; Edith, 117; 

Elizabeth Tudor, 1x8; Frederick Tudor, 118; 

H. G. T., 1x8; Harriet, 118; Henry George 

Tudor, 1x7; John Burgoyne, 117, x 18; Margaret, 

xx8; Mary Tudor, 118; William Burgoyne, 117; 

William Tudor, 1x7. 
Field, Catherine, 25. 

Fincher, Elizabeth Charlotte, 170; Robert, 17a 
Firebrace, Adela Isabel, 107; Robert, 107. 
Fleming, James, 140; Margaret, 140. 



Fletcher, Agnes Caroline, 50; Wilfiam Holland 

Ballet, 50. 
Flower, Anne, 6 ; Jonathan, 6. 
Foote, Elizabeth, 15; John Pierson, 15. 
Ford, Agnes Mary, 5; Arthur, 5; Charles, 5; 

Mary, s. 
Forge, John, 174. 
Forth, Charlotte Augusta, 42; Capt. John Parker, 

42; Mary Ann, 42. 
Foster, Elizabeth Emma, 154; John, 154; Julia, 

114; Richard, 114; Robins, 114. 
Fothergill, Martha Vere, 145. 
Fountayne-Wilson, Richard, 132; Theodosia, 132. 
Foxhall, Edward Martin, 62; Mary Newton Eliza- 

both, 62. 
France, Elizabeth, 71 ; Thomas, 71. 
Fraser, Surg.-Gen. Archibald Henry, x ; Christina 
. Helen Grahame, x. 
Frazer, Ann, 25 ; Thomas, 25. 
Fry, Elizabeth Donnett, 90; Elisabeth Pease, 90; 

Ellen, 90; Capt. John, 90; Joseph, 90; Lewis, 

88, 90; Mary Ann, 90. 



Gage, Louisa Elizabeth, 173; Gen. Hon. Thomas, 173. 
Gape, Rev. Carpenter, 146 ; Mary Anne, 146. 
Garnett, Eliza Jane, 50 ; Margaret, 59 ; William, 59. 
Garnons, Sophia, 4 ; Rev. William Lewis Pugh, 4. 
Garrard, Arthur, 92 ; Jane, 92 ; Robert, 92. 
Garrow, Charlotte Caroline, 8 ; Rev. David William, 
8 ; Georgina Lsetitia, 8. 



tt, 154; _ „ 

Tindal, 154 ; David Ivor Vaughan, 153 ; Elisa- 
beth Emma, 154 ; Florence Emily, 153 ; Horatia 
Katharine Frances, 154; Horatio Nelson, 154; 
Jane, 153 j Joana, X53; Joseph, 153; Juliana 
Horatia, 154 ; Margaret, 153 ; Margaret Horatia 
Persia, 153; Margaret Scott, 154; Mary, 153; 
Marv Helen ; 153; Nicholas Comyn, 153; Rev. 



Reginald Alfred, 153; Reginald Arthur Allix, 

153; Robert, 153; Hon. Stephen Herbert, 154; 

Undine MarcJa, 154 ; — , 152, 153 ; see also Scott- 

Gatty. 
Gawne, Edward Moore, 41 ; Emily Catharine, 41 ; 

Emily Maria, 41. 
Gell, Betsey, 77 ; Caroline, 77; Joseph, 77. 
Gery, see Wade-Gery. 
Gibson, Alexander, 90 ; Ann, 88, 89, 90 ; Atkinson 

Francis, 88 ; Barbara, 89; Beatrice Williams, 86, 

89; Caroline, 89; Claude, 90; Deborah, 85,88; 

tidmund Birch, 86, 90; Edmund Wyatt, 86, 89; 

Ehsa Janet, 59; titizabeth, 59, 86, 88, 80, 90; 

Elizabeth Pease, 90; Francis, 90; Francis 

Edward, 90; George, 88; George Henry, 

George Stacey, 86\ 88, .00: Henry Wyatt, 

Hilda Beatrice, 89; Isabella, 89; Tabes, 88, 89; 

Tabez Marriage, 89; Tames, 59; Margaret, 90; 

Margaret Dora, 90; Mary, 88, 90; Mary Ann, 

80; Mary Wyatt, 86, 88; Theodore Francis, 90; 

Wyatt George, 86, 88, 00. 
Gideon, Elizabeth, 91 ; Elizabeth Ann, 91 ; John, 91. 
Gilbert, Nathaniel, 129 ; Sarah, 129. 
GUhot, 139. 
Glasebrook, Catharine Hall, 55; Thomas Twan- 

brook, 55. 
Gledstanes, George, 70; Sophia, 70. 
Glover, 130. 
Glynn, Edmund John, 98; BKzabeth Anne, 98; 

Frances Mary, 98. 
Gobbitt, Anna Elizabeth, 92; Jane, 92; John, 92 ; 

William, 92. 
Godden, Emma Whitbread Juliana, 158; Henry, 

158; Mary, 158; Rev. William Worcester, 158. 



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Godfrey, Emily, 42; William, 42. 

Gooch, Elizabeth, 91. 

Gordon, Grace, 2$ ; Harriette, 141 ; Capt. Rowland 

Hill, 141. 
Gordon-Sinclair, Admiral Sir John, 13a ; Madaline, 

133. 
Gosling, Eleanor, 130; Eleanor Spencer, 131; 

Georgina Vere, 131 ; Margaret Elisabeth, 125, 

128, 129; Mary, 120; Maude Eleanor, 130; 

Robert, 130, 131 ; William, 125, 128, 129. 
Gosse, Rev. Robert Wilkes, 45. 
Graham-Clarke, Emma Jane, 25 ; Flora Elisa, 25 ; 

John Ahham, 25 ; Leonard John, 25. 
Grant, Sophia, 99 ; Thomas, 00 ; William, 90. 
Granville, Anne Catherine, 150; Bernard, 150; 

Louisa, 150. 
Graves, Dorothea, 97 ; Joseph Sawle, 97. 
Graves-Sawle, Dorothea, 97 ; Sir Joseph Sawle, 97. 
Gray, Ada Mary, 30 ; Rev. Charles, 30. 
Graydon, Charfesanna Posthuma, 46 ; Col. George, 

46; Robert, 46; Col. William, 46. 
Greaves, Constance Mary, 106 ; John, 106 ; Richard 

Methuen, 106. 
Green, Alice Mary, 72 ; Anne Sarah, 27 ; Thomas, 

27; Rev. William, 72; Rev. William Arthur, 

Greene, Benjamin, 99; Caroline Dorothea, 99; 
Edward, 99. 

Grenham, 14. 

Grey, Elisabeth, 65; Mary Eleanor, 65; Ralph 
William, 65. 

Grigg, Caroline, 83; Elisabeth Thomas, 83; Tho- 
mas, 83. 

Grove, Mary, 131 ; Thomas, 131. 

Grubb, Anne Louisa, 49 ; John, 49. 

Gruchy, «## De Gruchy. 

Grundy, Rev. J., 16. 

Guillim, 121. 

Gwatkin, Abraham, 1,2; Alexander George Staple- 
ton, 3; Alice Jane, 3; Amy Theophila, 167; 
Anna Maria, 16%; Annie Leigh, 169; Archibald, 
1 ; Arthur John Campbell, 2 ; Arundel Augusta, 
168; Arundel Theophila, 168 ; Augusta Caroline, 
2; Caroline Winifred Casmaijor, 2; Charles 
Minto, 169; Charles Robert, 166, 167; Charlotte 
Catherine Louisa, 2; Charlotte Fincher, 170; 
Charlotte Henrietta, 2 ; Charlotte Louisa, 4, 170 ; 
Christina Helen Grahame, 1 : Edith Campbell, 3; 
Edward, 166, 170; Edward Minto, 167; Edward 
Reynolds. 167; Edward Theophilus, 168; Elixa, 
2; Elisabeth Maria Lowther, 169; Elisabeth 
Wilmshurst, 3 ; Emma Amelia, 166 ; Evelyn, 168 ; 
Fanny Theophila, 170; Florence Marion Staple- 
ton, 3 ; Frances Lilian, 4 ; Frederick, 3 ; Frederick 
Ambrose Stapleton, 3; Frederick Gwatkin, it 
Frederick Stapleton, 1; George Leigh, 168; 
Gladys Brabason Stapleton, 3 ; uwendolyn, 168 ; 
Helen, 167 ; Henry Aboukir, 1 ; Hetty Elizabeth, 
166; Hetty Theophila, 169; Hugh Fortescue 
W[lm»hurst, 4 ; Hugh Miles Stapleton, 3 ; Jane, 

" >hn Rey- 



168; John, 170; John Abraham', 1 ; John 
nolds, 166; Joshua Reynolds Gascoiene, 166, 
1681 Laura Cunliffe, 167 ; Lilias Mary Stapleton, 
3 ; Louisa Florence Camilla, 3 ; Louisa Helen 
Fraser, 1; Louisa Isabella, 3; Lucy Ann, 1; 
Maria Anne, 170; Mary, i, 167; Mary Anne, 
1671 Mary Dugleby, 1 ; Mary Elisabeth Penelope 
Anne, 167; Matilda Emily, 168; Penelope, 166: 
Penelope Anne Theophila Palmer, 166 j Reginald 
Dugleby Stapleton, 3; Rhoda Charlotte, 167 ; 
Richard, 2 1 Richard William, 2; Robert Lovell, 
166, 169, 170; Robert Torrington, 168; S. 
Beauchamp, 169; Sophia, 4; Stewart Beauchamp, 
166, 168; Theophila, 166, 170; Theophilus 
Palmer. 168, 169; Rev. Walter Henry Trelawny, 
4; Willoughby Garnons, 3; Willoughby Levinge 
Stapleton, 3 ; st* also Ashton -Gwatkin. 



H 

Hack, Hannah, 84, 88; James, 84, 88; Priscilla, 84, 

88. 
Hadow, Fanny Theophila, 170; Rev. George, 170; 

George John, 170. 
Hall, Faith, 65 ; Hester, 1 19 ; Margaret, 6$ ; Peter, 

65; William, 119. 
HaHiday, Frances Louisa, 103 ; Francis, 103. 
Hamilton, Catharine, 31; Admiral Cospatrick 

Baillie, 131 ; Eleanor, 142 ; Gustavus, Viscount 

Boync, 135, 137; Dr. James, 31 ; Martha Matilda, 

135, W; .Mary, 131; Hon. Sarah, 135, 137. 
Hamlyn, Julia Prudence, 164. 
Hanbury. Cecilia, 34 ; Osgood, 34. 
Handysme, Tames Ronald, 79 ; Sophia, 79. 
Hansard, Major, 101. 

Harbord, Hannah Maria, 109 ; Oliver, 109. 
Hargreaves, Isabella, 106; James, 106. 
Harris, Emily, 122; John, 122; William, 122. 
Harrison, Amy Agnes, 75 ; Benjamin, 1 19 ; Charles, 

109; Dorothea, 119; Elisabeth, 119; Frances, 

109; Hannah Maria, 109; Mary Anne, 119; 

Thomas, 75. 
Harvey, Anne Helen, 115; Catherine Favell, 80; 

Elisabeth, 66; Harriet Mary, 66, 80; J«ne,57> 

John, 66, 80; Margaret, 57 ; Maria, 66 ; Thomas, 

6$, 66, 115; William, 57; Rev. William, 57; 

-,58,66,80. 
Hawes, Benjamin, 127; Sir Benjamin, 127 ; Sarah 

Fox, 127 ; Sophia Macnamara, 127. 
Hawken, fane, i<3; Thomas, 153. 
Hawker, Capt. James, 130, 131, 133; Jane, 130, 

1311 133- 
Hawkins, Elisabeth, 113; Philip, 113. 
Hawksworth, Isabella, 175 ; Rev. Richard, 175. 
Haycock, Edward, 39; Fanny, 39. 
Hayhurst, Elisabeth, 71 • Thomas, 71. 
Heald, Mary, 80. 
Healing, Alfred, 124; Alfred Ernest, 124; Sarah 

Grace Donne, 124. 
Heathcote, Anne, 128; Gilbert, 128; Mary, 128. 
Heatley/Rev. J., 
Heptinstall, Han! 



Heatley/Rev. J., 130. 

Heptinstall, Hannah, 25. 

Herapath, Betsy, 77; William, 77. 

Herbert, Lady Eveline Alicia Juliana, 126; Henry 



John George, Earl of Carnarvon, 126. 
Hercy, Frances, 142; Frances Bridget, 142; John, 

14a. 
Herringham, Mary Anne, 12; Samuel Taylor, 12. 
Hewetson, Isabella, 173 ; Thomas, 173. 
Heywood, Ann, 68; Benjamin, 68; Benjamin 

Arthur, 72; Elisabeth Sophia, 72; Jane, 72; 

Nathaniel, 68 ; Richard, 72. 
Hibbert, Cecilia Elisabeth Tichborne, 141; John 




70; Hugh, 57; Jane, 21, 135; Margaret, 57; 

Manette, 135; Peter, 21; Susan Louisa, 70; 

William Robinson, 21. 
Hilton, Sarah, 108. 

Hobhouse, Harriet, 133 ; Rt Hon. Henry, 133. 
Hocker. Susan Wreford, 20 ; Rev. William, 2a 
Hole, GerakLine, 32 ; Samuel Hugh Francklin, 32 ; 

Rev. Samuel Reynolds, 32. 
Holl, Frank, 9. 
Hollis, George, 163; Lucy, 163; Mary Ann, 163; 

Thomas, 163. 
Holloway, st* Martin-Holloway. 
Holme, Sarah, 59; Thomas, 59. 
Holmes, Emily Cartrette, 122 ; Rev. Francis 

Greame, 122; Rev. Joseph, 122. 
Holt, Elisabeth, 17; George, 17. 
Homfray, Ann Maria, 104; Charlotte, 104; John, 

104; Lady, 101 ; Sarah, 9. 
Honan, Elisabeth Mary, 110; Frederick, 110. 

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Hooper, H. ]., 20; Laura Augusta, 20. 

Hope, Charles Rowcroft, 48; Ellen, 48; Ellen 
Hester Mary, 47 ; Rev. Frederick William, 48 ; 
John Thomas, 47 ; Louisa Charlotte, 47 ; Louisa 
Mary Anne, 48; Robert Michael, 48; Thomas 
Francis, 48; Thomas Henry, 47. 

Hope-Edwardes, Alice Mary, 48 ; Anne Riversdale, 
48; Clare Victoria, 48; Ellen Charlotte, 48; 
Emily, 47 ; Henry Knyvett Edwardes, 47 ; Her- 
bert James, 48; Juha Caroline Hester, 48; 
Leighton, 47; Rev. Ldghton, 48 ; Louisa Char- 
lotte, 47; Louisa Clare, 48; Rev. St. Leger 
Frederick, 47,48; Thomas Henry, 47; William 
John, 47. 

Hopkins, Mr., 102. 

Home, Harriet, 137 ; Rev. Thomas, 137 ; Rt. Hon. 
Sir William, 137. 

Hoste, Caroline Dorothea, 99; Rear-Admiral Sir 
WilKam George Legge, 99. 

Hotham, Beaumont Williams, 130; Rev. Charles 
George Beaumont, 130; Charlotte Amelia, 130; 
Laura, 130, 

Houghton, Edward Albert, x 10 ; Frances Mary, 1 10. 

Hovy, Susan Louisa, 70. 

Howard, Mrs., 139. 

Hugessen, Edward, Baron Brabourne, 98; Hon. 
Katharine Cecilia Knatchbull, 98. 

Hughes, Edward, zio; Margaret, no. 

Hume, Sir Abraham, 33. 

Hunt, Charlotte, 117; Robert, 1x7. 

Hustwick, Anna Maria, 7 ; Annie, 7 ; Thomas, 7. 

Hyder, Ali, 58. 



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Ilsley, John, 68. 

Inverarity, Ann, 26; David, 26; Margaret Mary, 
26. 

Irving, John Bell, 56 ; Margaretta Ogle, 56. 

Isaac, Elizabeth, 37; Martha, 37; Rebecca, 37; 
Samuel, 37. 

bard, Anna Steckhouse, 1x5 ; Rev. Percy Phillip- 
son, 1x5; Rhoda, 1x5; William, 1x5. 



J 
Jackson, Margaret Hermine, 3a ; Thomas Hughes, 

Jacob, Hannah, 163 ; William, 163. 
ames, Catherine, 96; Elisabeth, 83; Francis 
Reginald, 83 ; John Gwynne, 83 ; Mary Sophia, 
, 83 ; — , 134. 

Janson, Edmund, 85 ; Elisabeth, 85. 
Jarrett, Herbert Newton, 103; Maria Catherine, 
X03. 



Christopher, 52; Dora, 53; Edward William 
Christopher, 52; Elisa,_S3; Emily, 52, 53; 
ordy, 52; 



George C01 



George Ed' 



Georgiana, 52 ; Helen Ann, 53 ; Helen Mary, 53 ; 
Hilda, 53; Horace, 53; Horace Cavell, 53 ; John 
Cordy, 52 ; Mary, 52 ; Mary Ann, 52 ; Samuel, 
52 ; Susan, 52; William, 52, 53. 



Jeffrey, Hannah, 88 ; John, 88. 
effreys, Hannah, 84 ; John, 84. 
ellicorse, Mary Margaretta, 28; Rev. Prebendary, 
28. 

Jenkins, Ann, 159; Thomas, 159. 
enkanson, Augusta May Frederica, 36; Hon. 
Charles Cecil Cope, Earl of Liverpool, iox ; 
John, 36. 
Jenkyns, Dora Spencer, 133; Harriet, 133; Rev. 

Henry, 133 ; Rev. John, X33. 
Johnson, Agnes Mary, 5; Alec Manfield, 7; Alice 



Winifred, 6; Anna Maria, 6; Atine, 6, 7 ; Anne 
Elizabeth, 6; Annie, 7, 93; Clara, 71 ; Rev. 
Edward Haughton, 71 ; Eliza Mary, 6; Elizabeth, 
5, 7 ; Elizabeth Aspland, 5 ; Emily Sophia, 5 ; 
Ethel Maude, 7; Florence Elizabeth, 6; Florence 
Isabel, 6; Frances Mildred, 7 ; Frederick Apple- 
yard, 7; George, 7; Rev. George, 7; Grace 
Appleyard, 7 ; Hannah, 108 ; Harriet, 6 ; Henry, 
6 ; Ida Elizabeth, 5 ; Isabel Elizabeth Prinzessin, 
6; James, 03; John, «; John Appleyard, 5; 
John Frederick, 6; John Robert, 6; John Sydney, 
5; Lilian Blanche, 6; Lottie Louisa, 7; Maria 
Elizabeth, 7; Maria Sophia, 5; Maria Sophia 
Kersey, 5; Martha Aspland, 7; Mary, 5; Rev, 
Percy James Debenham, 6; Richard, 108; Ro- 
bert, 5 j Rev. Robert, 6 j Robert Appleyard, 7 ; 
Sophia, 6; Thomas, 5; Timothy, 7; William 
Appleyard, 6; William Aspland, 6; William 
George Bernard, 7. 
Jones, Ann, 159; Rev. David, 48; Edward, X53; 
Elizabeth, 16; Elizabeth Anne, 16; Florence, 
122; Gwenllian, 159; Hugh, 16; John Gal* 
braith, 11 ; Mary, 153; Sarah Decima, 48; 
Sophia Maria, 11 ; Thomas, 159; — , 14, 134. 

J ordain, Elizabeth, 101 ; Henry, iox. 
osselyn, Arthur Murray, 43; Augusta, 42; Cathe- 
rine Emily, 42; Charlotte, 42 ; Charlotte Augusta, 
42; Charlotte Matilda, 42; Constance Grace, 43 ; 
Edward, 43; Elizabeth, 42, 43; Emily, 42; 
Emma, 43; Ernest William, 43; Frances Harriet, 
43 ; Frederic, 43 ; Frederic Oswell, 43 ; George, « 
43, 43t George Francis, 43; George Henry, 43; 
lames, 42; James Edward, 43; John, 42, 43; 
John Henry, 42 ; Margaret Elizabeth, 43 ; Mary, 
43; Mary Anne, 42; Mary Elizabeth, 43 ; Mary 
Sarah, 43 ; Rose, 42 ; Rosetta, 43 ; Sarah, 42. 

Joynson, Ada Williamina Twanbrook, 55: Alfred 
Tertius, 55 ; Arthur Glazebrook, 55 ; Catharine 
Hall, 55; Catherine, 54, 55; Christina, 55; Cyril, 
56; Dorothy, 55 5 Edith May, 55; Edward, 56; 
Elizabeth, 54, 55 ; Emily, 56 ; Fanny Howard, 
54; Frances Muriel, 55 ; Francis, 56; Hannah, 
55 ; Harold Mead, 55 ; Isabella, 54,56 ; Jane, 56 ; 
John, 55; Kenneth Bright, 56; Lawrence Bright, 
56; Louisa, 56; Margaretta Ogle, 56; Mary 
Elizabeth, 55; Moses, 55; Norman Mead, 55; 
Octavius, 55 ; Peter Hughes, 54; Reginald, 55 ; 
Samuel, 56; Tertius, 55, 56; Thomas, 54; Wil- 
liam, 55. 

Jubb, Catherine, 79; Catherine Favell, 80; Cyril 
Oswald, 79; Eleanor Frances, 80; Elizabeth, 79; 
Emily Louisa Percival, 80; Frances Elizabeth, 
80 ; Harriet, 68, 79; Harriet Katherine Percival, 
80 ; Harriet Mary, 79 ; Henry, 80 ; Rev. Henry, 
68» 79; J ohn » 68j 79t 8°; J onn Stanley, 80; Mary 
Agnes, 80 ; Robert, 79, 80; Sophia, 79 ; Winifred 
OIga,79. 

Jukes, Rev. George, 102. 



Kauffman, Angelica, 134. 

Keats, Martha, 148; Rev. Richard, 148; Admiral 
Sir Richard Goodwin, 148. 

Kedington, Jane Judith, X73; Rev. Richard, 173. 

Kekewich, Agatha Maria Sophia, 149; George 
William, 149 ; Louisa, 149 ; Salome, 149 ; Samuel, 
149 ; Samuel Trehawke, 149. 

Kemp, Catherine, 52. 

Kennedy, Evory, 85; Georgina Mary, 85. 

Kent, Elixa, 58 ; Elizabeth, 58 ; Thomas, 58 ; Wil- 
liam, 58. 

Kerr, Catherine Buchanan, 109 ; Robert, 109. 



Kieding, Marie, 66 ; Yorgen Henrik, €6 . 
Kilmaine, James Caulfield, Baron, 90. 
Kilmorey, Francis Needham, Earl of, 115 



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Kilvert, Anna Maria, 168; John, 168. 

King, Col. Charles, 147; Charlotte, 147; Eliza, 58; 
Esther, 58; Frederick William, 7 ; John, 58; Lucy 
Ann, 1 ; Martha Aspland, 7 ; Mary, 58 ; William, 1. 

King Albert of Saxony, 61. 

King Alfonso XII. of Spain, 61. 

King Edward III. of England, 78, 113, 115. 

Kingscote, Harriet Elizabeth, 34; Harriett, 34; 
Henry Robert, 34 ; Thomas, 34. 

Kinlestde, Rev. Charles Gratwiclf Raikes, 1 30 ; Rev. 
Charles Gratwicke Raikes, 175; Lady Isabella, 
190 ; Isabella Elizabeth Georgian*, 175. 

Kinnoul, Robert, Earl of, 22. 

Kinns, Edward, 122. 

Kirkhouse, Eliza Bellam, 16b; Robert, 16b. 

Kirkman, Lieut.-Col. James, 148 ; Martha, 148. 

Kirsopp, Eliza Janet, 59 ; Elizabeth, 59 ; James, 59. 

Knapp, Emily, 67 ; Rev. Primatt, 67. 

Knight, Ellen, 143; William, 143. 

Knowles, Admiral Charles George, 141 ; Elizabeth, 
141; MaryBoleyn, 141. 



Lamb, Charles, 12a. 

Lancaster, 14. 

Land, Rev. John, 57 ; Margaret, 57; Sebastian, 57. 

Landon, Maj. James Henry Hothersall, 29 ; Kathe- 
rine Louisa, 29. 

Langford, Elizabeth, 145; Isabella, 145 ; Jonas, 145. 

Langham, Elizabeth, 58, 125 ; Sir John, 125 ; John 
Henry, 58; Purbeck, 58, 125. 

Langley. Alfred Arnold, 104 ; Alfred Francis Oar- 
ingbold Chichester, 104 ; Ann Amelia, 101 ; Anna 
Isabella, 104; Annabella, 101 ; Annabella Jane, 
104 ; Gen. Archer Arnold, 101 ; Archer Charles 
Goodrich, 102; Archer John, 101, 104; Rev. 
Archer John, 104; Caroline, 102; Caroline 
Augusta, 102; Charlotte Anne Maria, 104; Clara 
Georgina, 102; Clarissa, 101 ; Dorothy Price, 
1 01 ; Edith Joana, 104; Edward Ernest Berkeley, 
104 ; Elizabeth, 101 ; Elizabeth Rebecca, 102 ; 
Emily, 104; Emma Catherine, 102; Fanny, 104; 
Flora, 102; Frances Louisa, 103; George, 103; 
Sir George Colt, 103 ; Harriet, 102 ; John, 101 ; 
John Henry, 101 ; John Penrice, 103 ; John 
Sydenham, 102 ; Lionel, 102; Maria Catherine, 
103 ; Mary Anne, 101 , 102 ; Mary Georgina, 103 ; 
Robert Francis, 104 ; Rose Lvdia, 104; Rosetta, 
102 ; Thomas, iox ; Thomas John, 104 ; — , 102. 

Langston, Agatha Maria Sophia, 149 ; John, 149. 

Lauret, see De Lauret. 

Lawford, Ann, 27 ; Samuel, 27. 

Lawrance, Capt. Edward, 114; lane, 114. 

Lawrence, Baron, 85 ; Maria Andrew, 81 ; Maria 
Hosken, 81 ; Northmore Herle Pierce, 81. 

Laws, Clementina, 96; George, 96. 

Lawton, Elizabeth, 58; Henry, 58. 

Le Marchant, Anna Maria, 126, 131; Sir Denis, 
132 ; Edward Henry, 126; Francis Charles, 132 ; 
Sir Henry Denis, 132 ; Maj.-Gen. John Gaspard, 
126, 131, 132; Mary, 126, 132; Rev. Robert, 126. 

Lee, Charlotte Burgoyne, 117; Sir Edward, 64; 
Elizabeth, 63; Ellen, 64; Elvira Louisa, 63; 
Fanny, 64; Frances, 64; Rev. Frederick, 63; 
Rev. Frederick George, 63 ; Frederick Reginald 
Benedict Duncan, 64 ; Gordon Ambrose de lisle 
Lee, 64 ; Henry Pincke, 117; Jane, 65 ; John, 65 ; 
Leonard Miles Henry Lee, 64 ; Louisa Elizabeth, 
174; Margaret Jane, 65, 80; Mary, 63; Mary 
Flora, 64; Mary Louisa Gwendoline, 64 ; Mary 
Rose Aloysia Charlotte, 64; Renee Elizabeth, 
174; Richard, 63, 6$; Richard Thomas, 174; 
Timothy Newmarch, 63; Rev. Timothy Tripp, 
63 ; William Frederick, 174. 

Lees, Ann, 105 ; John, 105. 



Leeson, Caroline Winifred Casmaijor, 2; John 
Rudd, 2. 

Leigh, Cholmeley Austen, 23; George, 168; Jane, 
168 ; see also Austin-Leigh. 

Leighton, Lieut.-Col. Francis Knyvett, 47 ; Louisa 
Ann, 47; Louisa Charlotte, 47. 

Lethbridge, Sibvl, 123. 

Lett, Anna Maria, 62 ; John, 62. 

Lewes, Amy Theophila, 167 ; Hugh Arthur, 167. 

Lewin, Maria, 6b ; Samuel, 60. 

Lewis, Charlotte, 104 ; David, 160 ; Dorothy Price, 
101 ; Gwen, 160 ; James, 104; Lewis, 16b ; Mary, 
16b; Thomas, 101. * 

Uebenrood, Captain, 31 ; Maj. George Engleberto, 
31 ; Winifred, 31. 

Undow, Jonas Lindow Burns, 40 ; Mary, 40. 

Lindsay, Anne, 47 ; Charles Robert, 167 ; Charlotte, 
167; Colin, 167; Hon. Hugh, 47; Rhoda Char- 
lotte, 167. 

Lindsell, Edward Barber, 85 ; Maria Elizabeth, 85. 

Liverpool, Hon. Charles Cecil Cope Jenkinson, 
Earl of, 101. 

Livingstone, Sir Alexander, 59 ; Elizabeth, 59. 

Llewellyn, Evan Henry, 15 ; Mary Blanche, 15. 

Lloyd, Mary, 130; Rev. Nowes, 130. 

Lockett, Archibald Norman, 112; Beatrice Augusta, 
112 ; Cashie Jeanetta, 109; Catherine Buchanan, 
109; Charles Harrison, 109; Charles K., 112; 
Charles Kerr, 109; Douglas Bradstock, 112; 
Elizabeth Mary, no; Elizabeth Sybil, no; 
Emma, 112; Frances Maria, 109, in; Frances 
Mary, no; Garstang Bradstock, no, 112; 
George Alexander, 112; George Gordon, 109; 
Gerald Gonville, no; Hannah, 108; Hannah 
Maria, 109; Henry Merrill, in; Isabella, 108; 
Isabella Maria, no; Jessie, 108, 109, in ; John, 
109, no, in ; John Hilton, 109, in ; Margaret, 
no, 112; Mary, 108; Mary Merrill, 111 ; Norah 
Isabella, no; Richard Cyril, no; Richard John- 
son, 108, no; Richard Robertson, no; Robert 
Kerr, 109; Sarah, 108, in; Vivian Noverre, 
109; William, 108 ; William Teffery, 108, 109, in. 

Long, Agnes Flora, 45; Flora Henrietta, 44; 
Georgina Frances, 46 ; John, 46 ; John Stuart 
Lindsay, 46; Laetitia Blanche, 46; Reginald 
Gambier, 45 ; Walter, 44 ; Walter Jervis, 45. 

Lorimer, James, 41 ; Mary Agnes, 41. 

Louder, Elizabeth Donnett, 90. 

Lovell, Isaac Edward, 32 ; Mary Helen, 32. 

Lowther, Rev. Chambrd Brabazon Ponsonby, 44; 
George, 44; Juliana, 44. 

Lozdale, lames, 47 ; John, 47. 

Lucas, Charles Frank, 116; Gibson, 116; Helen 
Bionda, 116; Margaret Maria, 116; — , 134. 

Lybbe, Anthony, 57 ; Rev. Anthony, 57 ; Jane, 57 ; 
—,5& 

Lycett, Ellen, 94 ; Frances, 59 ; William, 59. 

Lyne, John, 20 ; Laura Augusta, 20. 

Lyus, George, 121. 



M 

MacMahon, Ethel Mary, 126; James Alison, 126. 

Maclrie, Peter, 108; Sarah, 108. 

Macnaughten, Louisa Sarah, 71 ; Mabel Mercer, 71 ; 

Peter, 71. 
Macneill, Col. James Graham Robert Douglas, 15 ; 

Rose Elizabeth, 15. 
Magee, Elizabeth, 72 ; Jane, 72; William, 72. 
Maharajah, Dowlut Rao Scindia, 57. 
Maillard, Mary Anne, 77 ; William, 77. 
Mainwaring, Sir Henry, 67 ; Mary, 67. 
Mair, Caroline, 51 ; Col. Philip, 51. 
Maltby, Brough, 49 ; Harriet, 49. 
Manby, Rev. Aaron, 1 1 ; Cyril, 1 1 ; Sophia Maria, 

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Manning, Alice Mary, 193; Amelia, 123; Anna 
Maria, 121; Anne, 123, 173; Beatrice Caroline, 
133; C. R., 124; Rev. Charles Robertson, 121, 
123; Charles Rosedale Upwood, 123; Rev. 
Charles Upwood, 123; Constance Mary, 122; 
Dorothy Catharine, 124; Dumaresq Williamson, 
124; Edgar Babington, 122; Edith Emilia, 123; 
Edward Bosworth, 121, 123; Edward Frederick 
Collins, 123; Elinor Kathleen, 124; Elizabeth, 
I2i, 122 ; Emilia, 123 ; Emily, 122 ; Emily Cart- 
rette, 122; Emily Octavia, 122; Florence, 122; 
Florence Charlotte, 123; Frances, 123; Frances 
Adelaide, 124; Frances Elizabeth, 121; Frances 
Julia, 123 ; Francis Woodward, 123 ; Harriet, 122; 
Helena, 124; Kate Anna Maria, 123; Louisa, 
124; Mary, 123; Mary Florence, 124; Muriel 
Sinclair, 124 ; Robert Harris, 124; Ruth Beatrice, 
123; Sarah Grace Donne, 124; Sibyl, 123; Sibyl 
Robertson, 124; Susan Louisa, 122; Susanna, 
12 1 ; Susannah, 121 ; Thomas, 121, 122 ; Ursula, 
124; William, 121; Rev. William, 121, 122 ; Wil- 
liam Edward, 122; William Woodward, 121, 122, 
123; — , 123. 

Manningford, 14. 

Marchant, see Le Marchant. 

Markham, Ada Mary, 30; Agnes, 32 ; Alfred, 31 ; 



Anna Maria Frances, 29; Arthur Basil, 32; 
Arthur Bayley, 29; Arthur Markham, 30; Catha- 



Alice, 29; Amy, 30; Ann, 29; Ann Gertrude, 29; 
Maru 
thur Bayley, 
rine, 31; Charles, 29, 32; Charles Cornwell, 30; 
Charles Pazton, 32 ; Charles William, 29 ; Chris- 
topher Alexander, 30, 32; Clement, 122; Edith, 
30; Edith Frances, 20; Edith Joan, 30; Eliza 
Catharine, 31 ; Eliza Emma, 31 ; Eliza Mary, 29; 
Emma, 30 ; Ernest Whinfield, 32 ; Geraldine, 32 ; 
Gervase Edward, 31 ; Henrietta Elizabeth, 30 ; 
Henry Philip, 30; Henry William Kennedy, 31 ; 
John, 29; John Cos, 31 ; John Mansel, 31 ; Kathe- 
rine Louisa, 29 ; Lilias Agatha Mary Racster, 30; 
Margaret Hermine, 32 ; Mary Helen, 32 ; Rosa, 
32 ; Rose Isabelle, 30 ; Thomas Hugh, 32 ; Violet 
Rosa, 32; William Orlando, 31 ; Winifred, 31. 

Marriage, Ann, 89; Henry, 90; Mary, 89, 90; 
Robert, 89 ; Susanna, 90. 

Marshall, Edith, 107; James, 105; Mary, 105; 
William Burton, 107. 

Martin, Celia Sabina, 146; James Murray, 48; 
Louisa Mary Anne, 48. 

Martin-Holloway, Celia Sabina, 146; Sir George, 
146; Sarah, 145. 

Martyn, Anne Congreve, 83; Annie Mabille, 82; 
Carmen Gwendoline, 82 ; Caroline, 83 » Dorothy, 
82; Elizabeth Sarah Ann, 83; Emily Charlotte, 
83; George Edward Gatty, 82; Helena Jane 
Elizabeth, 83 ; Henry, 83 ; Joanna, 81 ; Joanna 
Laetitia, 82; John Ley Kempthorne, 83; John 



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Elizabeth, 83 ; Henry, 83 ; Joanna, 81 ; Joanna 
Laetitia, 82; John Lev Kempthorne, 83; John 
Waddon, 83 ; Laetitia, 81 ; Margaret Cicely Maria, 
82 ; Maria Andrew, 81 ; Mary, 81, 83 ; Mary Jane, 82 ; 



Mary Smith, 81 ; Mary Sophia, 83 ; Mary Sophia 
Paulina, 82 ; Northmore Herle Lawrence, 82 ; 
Olympia Laetitia, 83 ; Philip Docton, 83 ; Robert, 
81 ; Robert Waddon, 81, 82; Sophia, 82; Tho- 
mas Waddon, 81, 82; William, 81; William 
Waddon, 81, 83. 

Masfen, Anna Maria, 6b; John, 6b; Joseph, 6b; 
Rachel, 6b. 

Mason, Ann Martinez, 25 ; Eliza, 2 ; Elizabeth, 142 ; 
Henry, 25 ; Thomas, 142 ; William, 2. 

Blaude, Joseph, 59 ; Rev. Joseph, 59 ; Leah Cooper, 
59; Sarah, 59. 

Maunsell, Alice, 26; Alice Maria Georgina Frede- 
rica, 26; Mai. Francis, 26. 

Maxwell, Charlotte Selina, 51 ; Frederick Doveton, 

5»- 
Mayers, Col. H., 27 ; Wilhelmina, 27. 
Mayhew, John, 95 ; Mary, 95. 
May lor, Selina Emma, 11 ; Tom, 11. 



McAdam, Angelica, 136; Frances Elizabeth, 136; 

James, 136 ; Maj. James John Loudon, 136. 
McDonell, Angelica, 149; Hugh, 149. 
Mcintosh, Charlotte Marian, 35 ; David, 35. 
McKenzie, Rev. Alexander, 154 ; Mary Ajnne, 154. 
Mead, Isabella, 54 ; Samuel, 54. 
Meath, Earl of, 102. 

Meeting, Adelaide Caroline, 35 ; Charles, 35. 
Mein, Margaret, 81 ; Thomas Alexander, 81. 
Melly, George, 16 ; Sarah Elizabeth Mesnard, 16. 
Melvill, Claudia Sophia, 20 ; Eliza Sandys, 19 ; Col. 

Henrv, 67 ; Lilian Jean, 67 ; Philip, 19, 40. 
Mennell, Eliza, 87; George, 84; Hannah, 84; 

Henry Tuke, 88; Isaac, 84, 86, 87, 89; Martha, 

84, 86, 87, 89 ; Mary, 86, 89. 
Meredith, Ellen, 48; George, 48. 
Merivale, Charles, x6; Dean, 16; Elizabeth Phebe, 

16. 
Meynell, Frances Olive, 139; George, 139; — , 139. 
Middleton, Marmaduke, 139. 
Midgley, Elizabeth, 89 ; James Haworth, 89. 
Milborne, Charles, 174; Mary, 174; — , 172. 
Milborne-Swinnerton, William, 174; Sir William, 

175. 

Milborne-Swinnerton-Pilkington, Aimee, 175 ; 
Qaude William Egerton, 174; Ernest Milborne, 
174; Frances Julia, 174; Ida Mary, 175; Isabella 
Elizabeth Georgiana, 175; Sir Lionel, 175 ; Mary, 
174; Renee Elizabeth, 174; Thomas Edward, 
174; Veronica, 175; Sir William, 175. 

Miller, W. E., 9. 

Millett, George, 49 ; Jane, 49. 

Mills, Fanny Howard, 54 ; James George, 54. 

Minchin, Marianne, 51 ; Thomas Andrew, 51. 

Mingay, Celia, 96; Clementina, 96; Elizabeth 
Beilby, 96; George William, 06; Mary Ann, 93, 
96; Sophia Margaret, 93; William James, 93,96. 

Mitchell, Eliza Lilian, 115; George William, 115; 
Gertrude Elizabeth, 115. 

Molesworth, Beatrice Anne, 100; Rev. Sir Hugh 
Henry, 100. 

Monaco, H.S.H. Princess of, 146. 



Monck, Althea Pauline Louise, 135 ; Charles, 135 ; 
Charles Henry Bligh, 136; Charlotte Emilia 
Margaret, I30;_ Christopher Torrington, 137; 



Dorothy, 134; Edward F. B., 138; Rev. Edward 
Francis Berkeley, 137 ; Elizabeth Margaret, 134 ; 
Elizabeth Mary, 137; Emilia, 134, 135, 136; 
Frances Elizabeth, 136; Rev. George, 135, 137; 
George Francis Bligh, 138; George Gustavus, 
137 ; Rev. George Gustavus, 136 ; George Gusta- 
vus Bligh, 138; George Gustavus Frederick 
William, ij7; George Stanley Stephens, 135; 
Gustavus Alfred Berkeley, 137; Harriet, 137; 
Harriet Ellen Charlotte, 138; Henry Dutton, 135 ; 
Henry Gustavus Hamilton, 138; Hester Isabella, 
136; John, 134; John Berkeley, 134; John Bligh, 
*34» 138; John Stanley, 136; Louise Emilia, 135; 
Margaret Althea, 135 ; Mariette, 135 ; Mary 134 ; 
Mary Harriet Dorothy, 138 ; Mary Harriet Oak- 
ley, 137; Mary Louisa, 136, 138; Mary Violet 
Kathleen, 138; Hon. Sarah, 135, 137; Sarah 
Emilia Martha, 137 ; Walter Nugent Bligh, 136 ; 
William, 134; William Berkeley, 135; William 
Bligh, 134; Rev. William Stanley, 135. 

Monro, Clara Eleanor, 18 ; Dr., 18. 

Moore, Frances, 142; Sir George, 40; Margaret, 
40 ; Thomas Joseph, 142. 

More, see De la More. 

Morgan, Leyson, 160 ; Margaret, 159, 160 ; Sarah, 
160; William, 159, 160. 

Morley, Emma, 95. 

Mosley, Constance, in ; Sir Oswald, in. 

Mostyn, Elizabeth, 139 ; Sir George, 139. 

Mott, Louisa Catharina, 20; William, 20. 

Moulson, Elizabeth, 72. 

Mules, Elizabeth Ann, 173 ; William, 173. 



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Murphy, Rev. Edward Sterling, 145 ; Elizabeth, 145. 
Murray, Colonel, 41 ; Emily Maria, 41 ; George, 32; 

Lady Sarah, 33 ; Sarah Maria lane, 33. 
Myers, Charles, 100; Frances Mary, 100; William 

Henry, 100. 



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Nash, Frances Vere, 145 ; Rev. George Lloyd, 145, 



147 ; Rev. Thomas, 145, 
Needham, " 



Lady Anna Maria, 1 15 ; Francis, Earl of 

Kilmorey, 115. 
Nelson, David Home, 19; Horatio, Viscount, 153; 

Lucy Ann Elizabeth, 19. 
Nettleship, Catherine, 79. 
Nettleton, Rev. Charles, 173 ; Judith, 173. 
Newcombe, Eliza, 19. 
Newball, Alice, 22 ; John Lightfoot, 33. 
Newman, Edward, 153 ; Mary Helen, 153. 
Newson, Anne, 04. 
Newton, Lady Eveline Alicia Juliana, 126; Isaac, 

Earl of Portsmouth, 136; Rosamond Alicia, 136. 
Nicholls, Agnes Caroline, 50; Alice Maude, 50; 

Caroline Maria, 51; Catharine Harriet, 50; 

Charlotte, 49; Charlotte Cornish, 51 ; Charlotte 

Selina, 51 ; Emily, 49; Emily Jane, 50; Frederick 

William, 51 ; Sir George, 49, 51 ; George Maltby, 

50; Georgian* Elizabeth, 49; Gwendolin Caroline, 

51 ; Harriet, 49, 50 ; Harriet Marianne, 50 ; Rev. 

Henry George, 49, 51 ; Henry Lewin Faulconer, 

51 ; Henry Millett, 51 ; jane, 49; Lilian Mair, 51 ; 

Lilian Muriel, 51 ; Marianne, 51 ; Mary Grace, 

50; Solomon, 49, 51. 
North, Emma, 11a; John Thomas, 11 a. 
Nott, Rev. Anthony, 164 ; Juliana Prudence Hamlyn, 

164. 
Nugent, Hester, 136; Hester Isabella, 136; James 

Andrew, 136. 
Nurse, Eliza Mary, 6; Rev. George Thompson, 7; 

Martha Aspland, 7 ; William, 6. 
Nutt, Ellen Julia, is ; William Clarke, 13. 



O'Brien, Lady Elizabeth, 150; Wiluam, Marquis of 
Thomond, 150. 

O'Callaghan, Emma Catherine, 103 ; Ignatius, 102 ; 
Isaac Stoney, 10a ; Mary, 10a. 

O'Neill, John, 144 ; Mary Ellen, 144. 

O'Rourke, Florence Helen, 143 ; Vincent L., 143. 

Oak, Marion Elizabeth, 12. 

Ogle, James Adey, 9 ; Mary, 9 ; Sarah, 9. 

Oglethorpe, 139. 

Oleron, Rev., 14a. 

Oliver, Amy, 146 ; Arthur Maxwell, 147 ; Blanche 
Brooke, 146; Caroline Ruby, 147; Cecil Henry, 
147; Celia Sabina, 146; Charles Langford, 146; 
Charlotte, 147; Cuthbert Hanson, 146; Edith 
Jane, 147; Elizabeth, 145; Emma Brooke, 146; 
erica May, 145 ; Ethel Amy Harriet, 146 ; Eva 
Brooke, 145; Florence Mabel Harriet, 147; 
Frances, 145; Frances Maria, 146; Frances Vere, 
145; Frederick Noel Langford, 145; George 
Octavius, 147 ; Gerald, 146 ; Guy Marriott, 140 ; 
Harriet Elisabeth, 147; Harriet Langford, 147; 
Hector Shaw Langford, 145 ; Hectorine May, 145 ; 
Henry. 147; Isabella, 145; Jane, 145; Jemima, 
147 ; Josephine Caroline, 147 ; Martha Vere, 145 ; 
Mary Brooke, 146; Richard, 145; Richard Lang, 
ford, 146; Sidney Richard, 147; Thomas, 145, 
146, 147 ; Thomas Langford, 145 ; Thomas Wil- 
liam, 145, 147 ; Vere Fane Martin, 146; Vere L., 
147; Vere Langford, 146; Walter Reginald 
Brooke, 147 ; William Henzey, 146. 

Ommanney, John, 10; Katharine, 10, 



Orchard, Ann, 14ft; Paul, 148; Rebecca, 14ft; 

— . 14. 
Orred, Daniel, 68; Margaret, 6& 
Ostreham, Anne, 63; Elvira Louise, 63; Rev. 

Joseph Duncan, 143. 
Oswell, Rev. Henry Lloyd, 45 ; Mary Elizabeth, 43. 
Outram, Mary Agnes, 41 ; William 41. 
Ouvry, Anne Louisa, 49; Jane, 49; Rev. Peter 

Thomas, 40. 
Ovens, Jane, 35. 
Oxenden, Muriel Elisabeth Anna Louisa, 33 ; Percy 

Dixwell Nowel, 33. - 



Packhamess, Eliza Mary, 39 ; John, 29. 

Palmer, lames, 165; John, 166, 170; Mary, 170; 
Mary Ann, 165; Robert Samuel, 166; Tbeophila, 
1 66, 170. 

Pardee, Jane, 145; John, 145. 

Paris, Anna Elisabeth, 65 ; Archibald, 65, 67, 69, 80 ; 
Rev. Archibald, 67 ; Bernhardt, 65 ; Caroline, 67 ; 
Charles, 66 ; Charles Nicholay, 66 ; Charles Snell, 
65, 67 ; Charlotte, 65, 67, 69; Edith Laura, 66; 
Elizabeth, 66 ; Fanny, 67 ; Harriet Mary, 66, 80; 
Helen Constance, 60 ; Henry Charles, 66 ; Her- 
bert George, 66 ; Jane Eliza, 66 ; John, 65 ; John 
Henry, 65 ; Lilian Jean, 67 ; Margaret, 65 ; Mar- 
garet Jane, 65, 80 ; Maria, 66 ; Marie, 66 ; Mary 
Eleanor, 65 ; Mildred Caroline, 67 ; Rebecca 65 ; 
Rhoda Mary, 67 ; Richard Ross, 65 ; Sophia, 67 ; 
Thomas, 65, 67. 

Parker, Anne Catherine, 150 ; Admiral Sir Hyde, 15a 

Paterson, Elizabeth Maria, x 10 ; Isabella Maria, 1 10 ; 
John Sherlock, no. 

Patten, Frances, 97 ; Thomas, 97. 

Pattison, Margaret, 81 ; Mary Smith, 81 ; William, 
81. 

Paull, Amelia, 149; Hannah, 37; John Richards, 
149 ; Laura Emma, 37 ; Marv, 37 ; Mary Con- 
stance, 149 ; Rebecca, 37 ; Richard, 37 ; Stephen- 
son, 37 ; William, 37. 

Paxton, Sir Joseph, 33; Rosa, 33. 

Payne, Alice Ida, 107; Anna, 8; Arthur Lavington, 
107; Charles, 8; George, 65; Mary, 8; Mary 
Eleanor, 65 ; Renl, 65 j Sir Sarasbury, 107. 

Pearson, Frances, 170; Rev. Thomas Horner, 170. 

Pease, Arthur, 90; Edward, 90; Elizabeth, 90; 
Joseph Whitwell, 90; Rachel, 90. 

Pelham, see Worsley-Anderson-r^elham. 

Pemberton, Lilian Blanche, 6 ; Rev. WilHam Alfred, 6* 

Penrice, John, 105 ; Maria Catherine, 103. 

Penrose, Betty, 18 ; Rev. John, 18. 

Penruddocke, Agnes Flora, 45; Amy Elizabeth 
A'Court, 46; Anna Wyndham, 46; Anne 
Henrietta, 44 ; Annie Elizabeth Dickenson Marie 
Carew Brampford, 45 ; Arthur Lowtber, 45 ; 
Arundel Augusta, 168 ; Charles, 44* 45* Charles- 
anna Posthuma, 46 ; Constance Henrietta Low- 
ther, 46 ; Edward Wyndham, 45 ; Elizabeth, 168 ; 
Ellen Gunning, 46 ; Emma, 45 ; Flora Henrietta, 
44 ; Flora Mary Elizabeth, 45 ; George Hunger- 
ford, 45 ; Henry Beresford, 45 ; John Hungertord, 
168; Jfcpv. John Hungerford, 45; John Powys, 
45; Juliana, 44; Juliana Geormana, 46; Juliana 
Laetitia, 44 ; Katharine Laetitia, 45 ; Laetitia 
Blanche, 46; Laetitia Grant, 46; Martha, 44; 
Ponsonby, 45 ; Sybil Katharine Long, 46 ; Capt. 
Thomas, 44; Rev. Thomas Arundell, 46; William 
Feilding, 45 ; William Lowther, 46. 

Perceval, Hon. Rev. Arthur Philip, 71 ; Charlotte 
Isabella, 71 ; — , Earl of Egmont, 71. 

Percival, Alan Hayward, 69 ; Alan Heywood, 69 ; 
Alice Mary, 73; Ann, 68; Anna, 70; Archibald 
Stanley, 69 ; Arthur Stanley, 71 ; Aubrey Philip, 
73 ; Charles Henry, 70 ; Rev. Charles James, 71 ; 



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Charlotte, 67, 60, 70 ; Charlotte Georgiana, 70 ; 
Charlotte Isabella, 71 ; Clara, 71 ; Dorothy Kate, 
72; Edward Bayley, 70; Edward Cropper, 70; 

. Edward France, 70 ; Edward Gledstanes, 70 ; 
Eliza, 69; Elizabeth, 68, 69, 71 ; Elizabeth 
Frances, 70 ; Elizabeth Sophia, 70, 72 ; Evelyn 
Maud, 72 ; Fanny, 69; Florence Mary Elizabeth 
Labouchere, 70; Frederic, 70; Geoffrey Tames 
France, 72; George Bassnett, 69; Harold 
Stanley, 70; Harriet, 68, 71, 79; Helier George, 
71 ; Henrietta, 68 ; Herbert France, 72 ; Hugh 
Reginald, 72 ; James, 69: Rev. James Stanley, 
70, 71 ; Joseph, 68 ; Julia Mabel, 71 ; Louisa 
Sarah, 71 ; Lucy Harriett, 69; Lucy Irene Thel- 
wall, 70; Mabel Mercer, 71 ; Madelaine Marie, 
70; Margaret, 68, 69; Margaret Ellen, 69; 
Maria, 69, 70; Mary Jane, 72; Sophia, 70; 
Stanley, 67, 69; Rev. Stanley Edward, 69;, 
Stanley Orred, 68, 71 ; Sybil Mary France, 72 ; 
Rev. T. B., 68; Thomas, 68, 70; Rev. Thomas 
Bassnett, 68, 79; Rev. Thomas Cozens, 68; 
Thomas Helier, 71 ; Vera Dorothy, 71 ; Violet 
Sarah, 71 ; Dr., 68, 72. 

Perry, Agnes Mary, 143 ; Ellen, 143 ; Jenkin, 163 ; 
Mary, 163 ; Thomas Aloysius, 143. 

Peter the Great, 68. 

Phear, Mary, 1 14. 

Philips, Frances Margaret, 23 ; John Capel, 23. 

Phillips, "Emetine Charlotte Louisa, 106 ; Ubert 
Lort, 106. 

Phillpotts, Helen, 128; Rev. Thomas, 128. 

Pidcock, Charles, 147; Elizabeth, 147; Jemima, 
147; John, 147; John Henzey, 147. 

PfUrington, Sir Andrew, 174; Ann, 173 ; Anne, 173; 
Catherine, 175 ; Catherine Dorothea, 175 ; Eliza- 
beth, 174; Elizabeth Ann, 175 ; Elizabeth Anne, 
173; Isabella, 173, 175; Judith, 173; Sir Lionel, 
173; Louisa, 173; Louisa Elizabeth, 174; Sir 
Lyon, 173; Mary, 174, 175; Sir Michael, 173; 
Sophia Portia, 174 ; Thomas, 173 ; Sir Thomas, 
173; Sir Thomas Edward, 174; William, 173, 
174; Sir William, 174, 175; — , 172; see also 
Milborne-Swinnerton-Pilkington. 

Pleydell, Jenny, 97; Nevill Morton, 97. 

Prammer, John, 105 ; Martha Anne, 105 ; Mary 
Louisa, 105. 

Poland, Eliza Catharine, 31 ; Tames Augustus, 31. 

Poole, Benjamin, 77, 115; Elizabeth, 8j; Esther, 
77 ; Hannah Canter, 77, 115 ; Tames, $3. 

Pope, Anne, 94; Jeremiah, 15; Mary, 15; Thomas, 
94 

Porter, Edith, 117; John Taylor, 117. 

Portman, 14. 

Portsmouth, Isaac Newton, Earl of, 126. 

Powel, Emma, 95 ; Emma M or ley, 95 ; Lewis, 160 ; 
Margaret, 160 ; Richard, 95. 

Powys, Emma, 45 ; John, 45. 

Price, Alfred Benjamin, 159 ; Ann, 104, 159 ; Elinor 
Olive, 16b; Elizabeth, 16b; Elizabeth Bellam, 
160; Gwendoline Mary Vaughan, 16b; Gwenllian, 
159; Gwenllian Jones, 159 ; Howel, 159 ; Howel 
J. J., 160 ; Howel John James, 160 ; Howel Jones, 
160; Tames, 159; Janet Anita Vaughan, 160; 
Rev. John, 16b; John Arthur, 104; Margaret, 
159, 160 ; Margaret Caroline, 159 ; Mary, 159, 
160; Mary Catherine, 160; Rice, 16b; Rose 
Lydia, 104; Sarah, 15, 160; Sarah Webb, 16b: 
Thomas, 160 ; Walter, 159 ; Walter Jones Bellam, 
160 ; —1 5**! 160. 

Prkleaux, Rev. Charles, 97 ; Dorothea, 97 ; Frances, 
07 ; Humphry, 97 ; Jenny 97. 

Prideaux-Brune, Anna Maria, 97; Beatrice Anne, 
100 ; Beatrice Mary, 100 ; Caroline, 99 ; Caroline 
Dorothea, 99; Charles, 98; Rev. Charles, 97; 
Charles G., 100; Charles Glynn, 98; Charles 
Robert, 98; Cheston Isolda, 99; Denvs Edward, 
98; Dorothea, 97 ; Edward Shapland, 99; Ellen 



Frances, 99; Hon. Ellen Jane, 98; Ernest 

Augustus, 100; Eva Katharine, 08; Frances, 97 ; 

Frances Josling, 100; Frances Mary, 98, 90, 100 ; 

Francis Ernest, 100; Fulke Knatchbufl, 98; 

George Ernest, 100 ; Gertrude Rose, 99 ; Hugh 

Treverbyn, 99 ; Humphrey Ingelram, 99 ; Isolda 

Blanche, 100; Hon. Katharine Cecilia Knatch* 

bull, 98; Mary Catherine, 100; Maxv Jenny, 90; 

Mildred Maria, 100; Sophia, 99; Sybil Isolda, 98; 

Winifred Annie, 98. 
Priestley, Eliza, 107; Flora, 107; Sir William, 

107. 
Priestman, Esther, 84 ; Thomas, 84. 
Prior, Frances Josling, too; Rev. George Sayle, 

100. 
Proby, Arabella, 8; Rev. Charles Narcissus, 8; 

Charlotte Caroline, 8. 
Procter, Harriet, 33; Sir Thomas Beauchamp, 33. 
Prout, Amy ArrabeUa, 20; H. E M 20. 
Pnlteney, Emily, 35 ; John, 35 ; John Apsley, 35. 
Pusey, James, 104 ; Margaret Elizabeth, 104. 
Pyle, Amelia Mary, 11. 



Quayle, Rev. Daniel Fleming Wilson, 41 ; Edith, 
41 ; Emily, 41 ; Emily Catharine, 41 ; George 
Harrington, 41 ; James Spedding, 41 ; John, 40, 
41; Louisa Mary, 41; Margaret, 40; Mark 
Hildesley, 40, 41 ; Mary, 40; Mary Agnes, 41 ; 
Mary Jane Hamilton, 40 ; Sarah Katharine, 41 ; 
William, 41. 



Rackham, Barbara, 84 ; Simon, 84. 

Racster, Anne Isabella, 30. 

Radcliffe, Ada, 120; Elizabeth Charlotte Jemima, 

120 ; Gen. Robert Parker, 120. 
Ragland, 14. 

Ramsay, Mary Euphemia, 66; William, 66. 
Randall, Hannah, 91 ; John, 91 ; Mary, 91 ; Samuel, 

9»- 
Rathbone, Mary, 106 ; Philip, 106. 
RawKnson, Alice Georgina, 154; Rev. George, 154. 
Rawstorne, Elizabeth, 173; Isabella, 173; Rev. 

William, 173. 
Ray, Elizabeth, 91 ; Emma, 91 ; William, 91. 
Rayne, Miss, 101. 

Rayner, Edward William, 108 ; Isabella, 108. 
Reade, Anna Maria, 10; John, 10; Mary, 102; 

Redmond, 102 ; Sophia Brooke, 10. 
Rees, Daniel, 104; Edith Joana, 104; Margaret 

Elizabeth, 104. 
Reeves, James, 160; Mary, 16b. 
Reid, Edward Matthew, 106; Sarah, 106. 
Reynard, Edward Horner, 142; Eleanor Blanche, 

142; Elizabeth, 142; George Horner, 142; Mary 

Ann. 142. 
Reynolds, Sir J., 8; Sir Joshua, 166, 170; Mary, 

170 ; Rev. Samuel, 170. 
Rich, Charlotte Amelia, 130; Admiral George 

Frederick, 130. 
Richards, Ann Maria, 104; John, 101. 
Richardson, Amy Elizabeth A'Court, 46; Charles 

Garner, 46 ; Edward, 85 ; Elizabeth, 85 ; Emma, 

1 1 ; Gulielma, 8$ ; Thomas, 85. 
Richmond, G., 8. 
Ringrose, Christopher Leake, 106; Margaret Rosetta, 

106. 
Robbins, Ann, 148 ; Anne, 148 ; Thomas, 148. 
Robertson, Anne, no; Elizabeth .Mary, no; 

George Alexander, 1 10. 
Robins, Caroline, 18; Dorothy, 18; Thomas, 18. 
Robinson, Jane, 21 ; Mrs., 102; Rev. William, 21. 



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Robson, Ann, 85 ; Edward Capper, 85; Priscilla, 

85 ; Thomas, 85. 
Rodgett, Elizabeth, 76 ; Mary, 73 ; Miles, 73, 76 ; 

Richard Bashall, 76. 
Rogers, Edward, 26 ; Eliza Casamajor, 26. 
Rogus, 14. 
Rope, Agnes Maud, 94 ; Alfred Ernest, 95 ; Alice, 

92, 90; Alice Clara, 93; Ann Elizabeth, 94; 

Anna Elizabeth, 92; Anne, 94; Annie, 93; 

Arthur Denys, 94 ; Arthur George Michael, 94 ; 

Arthur Mingay, 94 ; Basil Vernon,p5 ; Catherine, 

96; Cecil Gentle,Jp3 ; Celia, 96; Celia Jane, 91 ; 

Charles, 93, 95 ; Charles Manfred, 95 ; Clara, 93 : 

Clementina, 5>; Clementina Cecilia, 96; David 

Lionel, 96 ; Dorothy Anne Aldrich, 94 ; Dorothy 




Emma Gentle, 93 ; Eliza, 02 ; Elizabeth Ann, 91 ; 
Elizabeth Hannah, 91 ; Ellen, 92 ; Ellen Mary, 94; 



Ellen Monica, 04; Emily Eliza, 92; Emma 

Elizabeth, 95; Emi 

Anna, 95 ; Ernest Edward, 92 ;' Frederic Michael, 



Emma Morley, 95 ; Emmeline 



94; Fredenca Bertha, 94; George, 92, 94, 96; 
George Thomas, 94 ; Grace, 92, 96 ; Hannah, 91 ; 
Hannah Celia, 93; Hannah Justina Lucy, $4; 
Henry, 96 ; Henry Edward George, 94 ; Henry 
John, 94; Irene Mary, 94; James, 92, 96; James 
Idris, 96 ; James Thomas, 96 ; Jane Celia, 95 ; 

iohn, 93 ; John Arthur, 93 ; Lucy Mary Ann, 92 ; 
dargaret Agnes, 94; Margaret Edith, 94; Maria 



96; Richard James, 93; Richard Powell, 95 
Samuel, 92, 96; Samuel Edward, 92; Sophia 
Margaret, 93 ; Susanna, 95 ; Susannah, 91 ; 
Walter Henry, 95; Walter Robert, 95; William 
John, 93. 

Rosedale, Beatrice Caroline, 123; Rev. William 
Lewis, 123. 

Ross, Archibald, 66. 

Rothwell, Catherine, 54; John, 54; Mary, 54. 

Rowley, Alexander Butler, 3 ; Edith Campbell, 3. 

Ruddach, Beatrice Eva, 39 ; Rev. James, 39. 

Rust, Charles, 6 ; Harriet, 6. 

Ryder, Mary Frances, 153 ; Thomas, 153. 



Sainsbury, Harrington, 87 ; Maria, 87. 

St. Albans, Beaucierk, Duke of, 109. 

Salis, see De Salis. 

Salmon, Elizabeth, 42; Emma Amelia, 166; Thomas 

William, 42 ; Rev. Thomas William, 42 ; Lieut.- 

Gen. William Broome, 166. 
Salter, Anita Georeiana Bell, 38; Anne Isabella 

Tumour, 39; Arthur Clavell, 39; Basil Owen 

Bell, 38 ; Beatrice Eva, 

Charlotte Aui 

38; Eliza Bef,_ 

38; Fanny, 39; George Paull, 37; Georgiana 

Mary, 38; Hannah, 37; Henrietta Laura, 39; 

Henry Hyde, 38, 39 ; Rev. Herbert Edward, 30 ; 

James, 37 ; John Morgan, 39 ; Katharine Hyde, 



39 



nes, 37 ; John Morgan, 39 ; Katharine Hyde, 
_ ; Laura Emma, 37 ; Love, 37 ; Love Thomp- 
son, 37 ; Magdalenejulia Bell, 38; Marianna, 37 ; 
Mary Anne, 38; Rebecca, 37; Samuel, 37* 
Samuel James Augustus, 38, 39 ; Thomas, 38 ; 
Thomas Bell, 38 ; Rev. Thomas Morgan Bell, 38; 
Vera Phoebe Bell, 38. 

Sargent, James, 141 ; Mariana, 141. 

Sawle, see Graves-Sawle. 

Schawbe, Ellen, 106; Gustave Christian, 105, 106. 

Scindia, Maharajah Dowlut Rao, 57. 

Scott, Rev. Alexander John, 153; Anna Maria, 10; 



Barbara, 84, Eliza Sophia, 10; Elizabeth, 66; 
Ellen, 84; Favill, 84; James, 84; Maj. John, 10; 
Margaret, 153 ; Mary Frances, 153 ; Mary Maria, 

84; —15*. 
Scott-Gatty, A. S., 154; Alexander John Scott, 

154; Alfred Scott, 154; Charles Comyn Scott, 

154 ; Elizabeth Emma, 154. 
Scrope, Anne, 139; Maria, 139; Mr., 139 ; Thomas, 

139- ■ 

Seaborne, Alfred, 92 ; Emily Eliza, 92. 

Seaton, Edward McAlister, 26; Eugenie Constance 
Lawrence, 26 ; John Fox, 26. 

Segrave, Catharine, 31 ; Thomas, 31. 

Selby, Laura Anne, 140; Walter, 140. 

Selwin, Gertrude, 23 ; Sir John, 23. 

Sewell, Ann, 25 ; Henry, 25 ; Richard, 25. 

Seymour, Anne Congreve, 83 ; Elizabeth, 133 ; 
Frances, 130; Frances Anne, 131 ; Henry, 83; 
Jane, 130, 131, 133; Rev. Sir John Hobart Culme, 
133; Maria Louisa, 133; Admiral Sir Michael, 
130, 131, 133 ; Rev. Richard, 130 ; Rose Gray, 83. 

Shapland, Hon. Ellen Jane, 08; Jane Catherine, 
98 ; Robert, Baron Carew, 98. 

Sharman, John, 121 ; Susanna, 121. 

Sharpe, Eliza Lilian, 115; Rear-Admiral Robert, 115. 

Shaw, Gilbert, 145 ; Hectorine May, 145 ; Helen, 
105 ; Richard, 105 ; William Ingham, 105. 

Shelley, Fanny Lucy, 136 ; Sir John, 136. 

Shepherd, Alice Mary, 91 ; James, 91. 

Sherwood, Richard, 134. 

Sibbald, Mary, 83; Capt. Thomas, 83. 

Simpson,Charles, 122; Harriet, 122; Zachariah, 122. 

Sinclair, see Gordon-Sinclair. 

Skirrow, Maria, 24 ; Walter, 24. 

Skyring, Captain, 103 ; Mrs. 103. 

Slingsby, Sir William, 139. 

Smalley, Ellen, 73, ic£ ; John, 73, 105. 

Smith, Agnes Fredenca, 24, 130 ; Ann, 29 ; Anne 
Glanville, 165; Augusta, 126, 127, 129 ; Augusta 
Elizabeth, 24, 131 ; Augusta Frances Spencer, 
133; Beatrice Evelyn Spencer, 132; Belinda, 
129; Charles, 127, 129; Sir Charles Cunlute, 24, 
130; Charles Joshua, 126; Sir Charles Joshua, 
24, 129 ; Charles Sebastian, 29 ; Charlotte Judith, 
132 ; Dora Spencer, 133 ; Drummond, 131, 133 ; 
Sir Drummond, 129; Drummond Cospatrick 
Hamilton Spencer, 131 ; Drummond Cunlute, 
130; Edith Charlotte, 132; Edith Frances, 29 ; 
Edith Frances Spencer, 132; Eleanor, 130; 
Eleanor Spencer, 131 ; Eliza Emma, 31 ; Eliza- 
beth, 63; Emma, 130; Mai. Ferdinand, 57; 
Frances, 130; Frances Adela Spencer, 133; 
Frances Anne, 131 ; Frances Augusta, 133 ; 
Frances Maud Spencer, 132; Francis Patrick, 
154; Fredenca Mary, 130; Gerald Nfontague 
Spencer, 132 ; Gilbert Joshua Spencer, 132 ; Gil- 
bert Seymour Worsley Spencer, 132; Grace 
Isabel Spencer, 132; Rev. Henry, 30; Isabella 
Mary Spencer, 133 ; John, 165 ; John William, 
29, 31 ; Joseph, 90, 165 ; Josephine Rose, 36 ; 
Joshua, 127, 129; Katharine Winifred, 132; 
Laura, 130; Madeline Charlotte Spencer, 132; 
Margaret Cecily, 131 ; Margaret Scott, 154; 
Maria Louisa, 133; Mary, 63, 129, 131, 160; 
Mary Anne, 154; Mary Catherine, 160; Mary 
Charlotte, 131; Mary Eknor, 132; Mary Smith, 
81 j Maude Eleanor, 130 ; Michael Seymour 
Hamilton Spencer, 131 ; Octavia Spencer, 132 ; 
Olive Dorothea, 132; Rev. Orlando Spencer, 
131 1 13a; Pamela, 132; Penelope, 166; Rachel 
Spencer, 132; Rebecca, 148; Reginald, 30; 
Reginald Cunliffe, 130; Richard, 63; Richard 
Osbaldeston Spencer, 132; Rosamond Sophia, 
132; Rev. Samuel, 36; Sarah, 129; Sarah Eliza, 
132 ; Sarah Webb, 16b; Seymour Spencer, 131 ; 
Spencer, 129, 130, 131 ; Rev. Spencer Compton 
Hamilton Spencer, 131 ; Spencer Joshua, 131 ; 



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Susanna, 90, 139; Theodosia, 133; Theodosia 
Lettice, 13a ; Lieut. Thomas Ellis, 81 ; Capt. 
Webb, 160 ; William, 154, 160. 

Smith-Dorrien-Smith, Edith Anna Maria, 35 ; Tho- 
mas Algernon, 35. 

Snee, Emilia, 134 ; Sarah, 134. 

Snell, Margaret, 65 ; Rebecca, 65 ; Susannah, 91 ; 
Rev. Vyner, 65. 

Somen, Agnes Elizabeth, 15 ; Benjamin, 15 ; 
Benjamin Edward, 15; Edward, 15; Elizabeth, 
15 ; John, 15 ; Mary, 15 ; Mary Agnes, 15 ; 
Mary Blanche, 15; Rose Elizabeth, 15; Sarah, 
15; Thomas, 15 ; — , 14. 

Somerville, Martha Matilda, 135, 137; Sir Quaile, 



»35, 137. 
orel, j 



Sorel, see De Sorel. 

Sparrow, Sarah, 42. 

Spedding, James, 40; Mary, 40 ; Mary Jane Hamil- 
ton, 40. 

Speke, Annie Elizabeth Dickenson Marie Carew 
Brampford, 45 ; Rev. William, 45. 

Spencer, Earl, 64. 

Spurting, Susan, 52. 

Squarey, Charles, 53 ; Helen Mary, 53; Jane Eliza, 53. 

Squires, Betsy Green, 114; Isaac, 114. 

Stacey, Deborah, 88 ; George, 88; Mary, 88. 

Stackhouse, Louisa, 115 ; Mary, 113; William, 113; 
Rev. William, 115. 

Stangroom, Anne, 59. 

Stanhope, Elizabeth Julia, 175 ; Ida Mary, 175; 
John Montague Spencer, 175; Col. Walter 
Thomas William Spencer, 175. 

Stanwell, Rev. Charles, 1 ; Mary Dugleby, 1. 

Stapleton, Rev. Ambrose, 3; Ethel Mary, 141; 
Louisa Isabella, 3; Miles, Baron Beaumont, 141. 

Starkie, Jemima Monica Mildred, 143 ; Le Gendre 



Nicholas, 143 ; Col. Le Gendre Nicholas, 143. 
tatter, George Frederick, 56; Isabella, • 
56; John, 56; Louisa, 56; Thomas, 56". 



Statter, George Frederick, 56; Isabella, 56; Jane, 

_ >; John, 56; " 
Steel, Maj.-Gen. James Anthony, 167; Laura Cun- 



liffe, 167. 

Sten house, Catherine, 79 ; Edward, 70. 
Stephens, Jane, 123 ; Mary, 134; William, 123, 134. 
Stephenson, J. H., 147; Josephine Caroline, 147. 
Stewart, Rose Elizabeth,!^; Rev. William Anthony.15. 
Stickney, Eliza, 87; Esther Maria, 87; Joseph, 87. 
Stockley, Catherine, 55 ; Thomas, 55. 
Street, Rev. Alfred Wallis, 83; Rev. Benjamin, 

158; Emily Charlotte, 83; Jane Eliza, 158. 
Strutt, Martha Ann, 92. 

Stuart, Georgina Frances, 46; Sir Simeon Henry, 46. 
Stucley, Dennis, 148; Edward Arthur George, 150; 

Elizabeth Anne Georgiana, 150; George S., 150; 

Hugh Nicholas Granville, 150; Humphry St. 

Leger, 150 ; Lewis George Orchard, 150. 
Stucley-Stucley, Lady Elizabeth, 150 ; Sir George, 

150; Louisa, 150; Marion Elizabeth, 150; Rosa- 
mond Head, 150 ; William Lewis, 150. 
Stutter, Elizabeth Hawes, 8; James, 8; Patty, 8. 
Sulivan, Georgina Vere, 131 ; Rt. Hon. John, 131. 
Sultan, Tippoo, 58. 
Surridge, Edith Emilia, 123; North, 123; Rev. 

William North, 123. 
Sweet, George, 149 ; Salome, 149. 
Swinford, Jane, 104. 
Swinnerton, Mary, 174; Thomas, 174; — -, 172; 

set also Milborne-Swinnerton and Milborne- 

Swinnerton-Pilkington. 
Syer, John, 101. 



Taffiter, 14. 

Talbot, Col. Hon. Charles, 141 ; Admiral Hon. Sir 

John, 60; Julia Mary Magdalene, 141; Hon. 
uliana, 60; Mary Laura, 60. 



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Tarleton, Edith Margaret de Sorel, 26; Lieut-Col. 
James Hearne, 26. 

Taylor, Douglas Day, 86; Emma Priscilla 86; John 
Hollamby, 83; Rev. John Robert Gleig, 83; 
Mary, $3. 

Tempest, A. C, 144; iElred Francis, 144; iElred 
Joseph, 144; Agnes Mary, 143; Aidan Francis, 
143; Aidan Joseph, 144; Alphonsus Joseph, 142; 
Anna Maria, 141 ; Arthur Cecil, 140, 142 ; Arthur 
Joseph, 144; Audry Claire, 143; Blanche Cecil, 
142 ; Catherine, 142 ; Cecilia Elizabeth Tichborne, 
141; Charles Henry, 140; Sir Charles Henry, 
141, 142; Charles Robert, 142; Sir Charles 
Robert, 140, 142 ; Charles Stephen, 140 ; Dorothy 
Ethel Frances Mary, 141 ; Eleanor Blanche, 142 ; 
Elizabeth, 139; Ethel Mary, 141, 144; Florence 
Helen, 143 ; Frances Barbara, 141 ; Frances 
Bridget, 142; Frances Olive, 139; Francis, 141 ; 
Francis Roger, 141, 142, 143, 144; Harriette, 141 ; 
Henry, 139, 140; Henry Arthur Joseph, 141; 
Hugh Piers, 144; Jemima, 140, 142; Jemima 
Monica Mildred, 143 ; John, 141 ; Joseph Francis, 
142, 143 ; Laura Anne, 140 ; Mariane, 141 ; Mary 
Boleyn, 141; Mary Ellen, 143; Mary Louisa 
Frances, 143, 144 ; Maud Mary, 143, 144 , Mildred 
Walburgha, 143 ; Monica Clare, 142, 143 ; Nor- 
bert Joseph, 144 ; Norbert Paulinus, 143 ; Oswald 
Aidan, 144 ; Piers, 141 ; Piers Francis, 142 ; Piers 
Gilliot, 143 ; Roger, 139 ; Roger Stephen, 142 ; 
S. W., 139; Stephen, 139; Stephen Francis, 142; 
Stephen Walter, 139 ; Thomas Peter, 143 ; Walter 

Joseph, 141 ; Wilfrid Francis, 141, 143 ; Wilfrid 
oseph, 144; Wilfrid Norman, 143; Wulstan 
r rancis, 144 ; Wulstan Joseph, 143. 

Terry, Mary Anne, 167. 

Thorn, Rev. J. H., 16, 17. 

Thomas, Anne Glanville, 165; Emma Sidney, 165; 
Rev. L. L., 116; Laura Theresa, 116; Walter 
John, 165. 

Thomond, William, Marquis of, i«o. 

Thompson, Alice Jjane, 3; Andrew, 3; Caroline 
Winifred Casmaijor, 2 ; Henry Yates, 16 ; Love, 
37; Mary Elizabeth, 16; Richard Phillips, 2j 
Samuel Henry, 16 ; Sarah, 37 ; Thomas, 37. 

Thornton, Ellen Mary, 9; Mary, 9 ; Richard, 9. 

Thorpe, 139. 

Thoyts, Joan, 127 ; William, 127. 

Thurston, Eliza, 92; Matilda, 92; Thomas, 92. 

Tichborne, Sir Henry, 141 ; Julia Mary Magdalene, 
141. 

Tindal, Clariana Isabella, 12 ; Robert, 12. 

Toller, Ann Elizabeth, 94 ; James, 94. 

Tomm, Amelia, 149; E*hilip Sandy, 149. 

Torrington, George, Viscount, 169. 

Tower, Adelaide Caroline, 35; Amelia Frances 
Harriet, 33; Arthur, 36; Capt. Arthur, 36; 
Augusta May Frederica, 36; Averil, 36 ; Beatrice 
Catherine Frances, 35; Beauchamp, 36; Brown- 
low Richard Christopher, 36; Caroline Mary, 34 ; 
Cecilia, 34, 36; Charlotte Marian, 35; Christopher, 
33 ; Christopher^ Cecil, 34 ;_Christopher John 

Amu 

36; Elizabeth, 33; Emily, 35T Evelyn Dora, 35 ■ 
. Rev. Ferdinand Ernest, 36 ; Francis Fitzpatnck, 
35; Harriet, 33; Harriet Elizabeth, 34; Hugh 
Christopher, 34; Iris, 36; Isabella, 36; Jane 
Anne, 35 ; John Charles Frtxroy, 35 ; Josephine 
Rose, 36; Laura, 36; Lucy Sophia, 33; Marion 
Isabella, 36; Mary, 34; Mary Georgiana, 2fi\ 
Mary Sophia Christobel, 34; Reginald Thomas, 
35; Rev. Robert Beauchamp, 34, 36; Sarah 
Anne, 35 ; Sophia Frances, 32 ; Sylvia Sophia, 
36; Thomas. 35. 

Trafford, Elizabeth, 140 ; sot also De Trafford. 

Trevor, Charles Cecil, 48; — , 156; sts also Battye- 
Trevor. 



iume, 34, 36 ; Christopher Thomas, 33; Edith 
Anna Maria, 35 ; Egerton Augustus, 36 ; file 
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Trevor-Battye, Aubyn Bernard Rochfort, 157; 
Charles Edmund Augustine, 157; Constance 
Angela Gertrude, 157 ; Dora Mary Augusta, 157 ; 
Edith Dorothea, 157; Harriet Dorothea, 157. 

Trist, Charlotte Fincher, 170; Elisabeth Charlotte, 
170 ; Rev. Jeremiah, 17a 

Trotter, Elisabeth, 150 ; Thomas, 15a 

Tudor, Charlotte, 117; Henry, 117. 

Tufnell, Anna, 173, 175; Caroline Mary, 134; 
Catherine Dorothea, 175; Elisabeth Ann, 173; 
JohnJoliffe,34; John Jolliffe, 175; William, 173,175. 

Tugwefl, Rev. George, 45. 

Tuke, Alice Mary, 85 ; Beatrice Williams, 86,80; 
Daniel Hack, 87; Edith Wilhelmina, 86 ; Elisa- 
beth, 85, 86, 88; Emma, 86, 89; Emma Priscilla, 
86 ; Esther, 84, 86 ; Esther Maria, 87 ; Frances 
Priscilla, 85 ; Georgina Mary, 85 ; Gulielma, 85 ; 
Hannah. 84 ; Henry, 84, 85 ; Henry Samuel, 86; 
Henry Scott, 87; Tames Hack, 85; Margaret 
Janson, 85 ; Maria, 84, 85, 87 ; Maria Elisabeth, 
85 ; Mary, 84; Mary Maria, 84, 86 ; Priscilla, 84, 
85, 88 ; Samuel, 84, 87, 88 ; Sarah, 84 1 William, 
84, 85 ; William Favilf, 86; William Murray, 86, 
87, 88, 89 ; William Samuel, 87. 

Tupper, Anna Maria, 126, 131; Daniel, 126; Col. 
Daniel William, 126; Elisabeth, 126 ; Lieut.- Gen. 
Gaspard le Merchant, 131 ; Mary Charlotte, 131. 

Turner, Alfred, 16; Edith, 16; Elisabeth Beilby, 
96 ; William, 96. 

Tweedie, Alexander Forbes, 147 ; Richard Walter, 

147. 
Tylor, Henry, 84 ; Joseph Savory, 84 ; Maria, 84 ; 

Mary, 84. 
Tyrrell, Elisabeth Anne, 173 ; Sir John Tyssen, 173. 
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Ullathorne, Archbishop, 61. 

Umbagee, 57. 

Upwood, Emilia, 123; Jane, 123; Rev. Thomas 

Thorogood, 123. 
Usher, James, 41 ; Louisa Mary, 41. 



Vale, Anne, 76; James Theodoric, 76; William 

Theodoric, 76. 
Vallis, Samuel, 37 ; Sarah, 37. 
Vaughan, Rev. Charles, 136; Emilia, 136; Rev. 

Henry, 136. 
Vesey, Arthur David, 153 ; Florence Emily, 153. 
Viall, Anne, 59 ; Emery, 59 ; Leah Cooper, 57, 59 ; 

— , 61. 



W 

Waddon, Edward, 81 ; John, 81 ; Lsstitia, 81 ; Wil- 
liam, 81. 

Wade-Gery, Miss, 123. 

Waldo, Edmund Wakefield Meade, 157; Harriet 
Dorothea, 157. 

Walker, Admiral Sir Baldwin Wake, 66 t 123; 
Elisabeth, 173; Florence Charlotte, 123; Francis 
Elliott, 66 ; Helen Constance, 66 ; Mary Cathe- 
rine Sinclair, 123 ; Samuel, 173. 

Wallace, Alice Maude, 50; Anna Maria, 121 ; Rev. 
Arthur Capel Job, 121 ; Rev. Job Marple, 121 ; 
Mary Rose Aloysia Charlotte, 64 ; Mary Victoire, 
64; Robert Cyril, 64; Rosetta, 43; Thomas 
Edward, 121, 123; Thomas French, 50; Rev. 
William, 43. 

Waller, Beatrice Catherine Frances, 35; George 
Henry, 35 ; Sir Thomas Walthen, 35. 



Walmesley, Charles Henry, 142 ; Mary, 62 $ Mary 

Newton Elisabeth, 62 ; Thomas, 62. 
Walmsley, Dorothy, 73 ; Elisabeth, 73 ; Thomas, 73. 
Ward, Georgians Mary, 38; James, 19 ; John, 21 ; 

Joseph, 154 ; Lilian Mary, 19 ; Mary, 21 ; Thomas, 

38; Undine Marcia, 154; Rev. Walter, 154. 
Waterford, Marquis of, 68, 120. 
Waterpark, Richard Cavendish, Lord, 99. 
Watson, Emily Jane, 50; Rev. William Grylls, 50. 
Watts, Elisabeth, 54. 
Webb, Rachel, 60. 
Webber, Joanna, 81 ; Mary, 91. 
Weir, Anna Maria, 17 ; Archibald, 17. 
Welby, Hannah Celia, 93 ; James, 93. 
Weller, Arabella, 8. 
Welstead, Agnes, 32; Cant. T. R., 52. 
Wentworth, Anne, 173; Sir Michael, 173. 
Western, Margaret Mary, 22 ; Sir Thomas, 22. 
Wheeler, Edward, 106; Edward Galton, 106; Mary 

Louisa, 106. 
Whichelo, Juliana Prudence Hamlyn, 164; Matthew 

Anthony, 164; Matthew Avers, 164; Sarah, 164. 
Whitbread, Charlotte Matilda, 42; Rev. Edmund 

Salter, 42. 
White, Constance, 111; Edith Laura, 66; George 

Graham, 21; Mary, 21; Mary Euphemia, 66; 

Sarah, in; Sir Thomas Woollaston, 66 ; Sir 

William, in ; William Knight Hamilton Ramsay, 

66. 
Whittenbury, Elisabeth, 105 ; William, 105. 
Whitwell, Dorothy, 90 ; John, 90 ; Rachel, 9a 
Wicksteed, Rev. £., 16. 
Wilder, Augusta, 126, 127, 128, 129; Augusta 

Dorothea, 127; Augusta Mary, 128; Charles, 

128; Cicely Helen, 128; Eveline Irene, 128; 

Francis Langham, 128; Frederick, 127, 128; 

Frederick Beaufoy, 128; H. C, 128; Harriet, 

127, 129; Helen Margaret, 128; Henry, 127; 

Henry Arthur John, 128; Rev. Henry Beaufoy, 

126, 128; Rev. Henry Charles, 128; Rev. Henry 

Watson, 126, 127, 129; Jane, 128; Joan, 127; 

John, 127, 128, 129; Mary, 128; Mary Hobd, 

128; Sarah Fox, 127. 
Wilkinson, Margaret, 112; Richard Willis, 1 12. 
Willan, Emily, 67; William, 67. 
Willett, Agnes Hamilton, 125 ; Augustus Saltrell, 

125 ; Margaret Caroline, 125. 
Williams, Caleb, 86, 89; Captain, 57 ; Daniel, 159 ; 

Edward, 15; Edward Maunsell, 15; Elizabeth, 

15; Ellen, 74; Emma, 86, 89; Henry, 74; Sir 

Tames Hamlyn, 150; Juliana, 57; Margaret, 159; 

Mary, 86,89; Rose Elisabeth, 15; Susan Hester, 

150. 
Williams- Wynn, Charlotte Henrietta, 119; Sir 

Henry Watkin, 119. 
Willink, Catharine Harriet, 50 ; Daniel, 50 ; William 

Williamson, 40, 50. 
Wilson, Deborah, 88; Elisabeth Ann, 91 ; Isaac, 88; 

John, 88; Margaret, 40; Mary, 40,88; Rachel, 

88; Senhouse, 40; Thomas, 91; *— alsm 

Fountayne- Wilson. 
Winchester, Elizabeth Maria Lowther, 169 ; Henry, 

169; Rev. William, 169. 
Wingfield, Charlotte, 49; Rev. William Frederick, 

49- 
Winstanley, James, 113 ; Mary, 113. 
Winter, Fanny, 69 ; Thomas fc Mesurier, 69. 
Wisden, Caroline, 51 ; Lilian Mair, 51 ; Lieut. -Col. 

Thomas Faulconer, 51. 
Wise, Francis Dickson, 74 ; Mary Ellen, 74 ; Samuel, 

7* 
Wiseman, Cardinal, 59. 

Witham and Co., Messrs., 142. 

Withy, Anne, 63 ; Robert, $3. 

Wolfe, see Birch. Wolfe. 

Wood, John, 8, 9; Miss, 123; Rev. John Raven* 

shaw, 45. 



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Woodrooffe, Amelia Mary, n ; Arthur Gordon, 12; 
Catharine, 10; Charles, 12 ; Charlotte, xi ; Char- 
lotte Mary, 12; Clariana Isabella, 12; Edmund 
Auriol, 12; Edward, iz; Ellen Julia, 12; Emma, 
11; George . Borries, 12; George Henry, xi; 
George Thomas, 10,22; Helen Elizabeth Gurdon, 
12 ; Kev. Henry Reade, 12; Henry Waring Oak, 
12 ; Hilda Reade, 12 ; John, 11 ; John Allen, 11 ; 
Tuna Anne, 1 1 ; Lilias Mary, 1 1 ; Marion Eliza- 
beth, 12; Mary Anne, 10, 12; Sarah, 10; Selina 
Emma, 12 ; Selina Mary, 12 ; Sophia, 10 ; Sophia 
Brooke, 10; Sophia Mary, 11; Rev. Thomas, 
10; William, 12; William Erskine, 11 ; William 
Herbert, ix. 

Woods, Edmund, 10; Katharine, 10; Mary Anne, 
10 ; Matilda, 92. 

Woollis, Esther, 163; John, 163. 

Worsley, Edward Meux, 98; Elizabeth Anne, 98. 

Worslcy-Anderson-Pelham, Capt. Hon. Dudley, 
132; Edith Charlotte, 132; Madaline, 132. 



Worth, Capt John, 123; Mary Catherine Sinclair, 

123. 
Wrey, Rev. Arthur Bourchier, 128; Cicely Helen, 

128; Helen, 128. 
Wright, Frances Julia, 174; Helen, 167; WUliam, 

167, 174- 
Wyatt, Elizabeth, 88; Jabez, 88; John, 88; Mary, 

88; Sara, 88; Thomas, 88. 
Wylie, Christina, 55 ; Haldane, 55. 
Wyndham, Anne Henrietta, 44; Wadham, 44. 
Wynn, see Williams-Wynn. 



Yates, Charlotte Anne, 134; Elizabeth Margaret, 
134; Rev. John, x6; Rev. Samuel Wildman, 

134- 
Young, William Blackman, 137. 



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VOL. I. 



ARMYTAGE. Page 235.— Laura Har- 
riette, daughter of John and Mary Army- 
tage, was baptized at the parish church, 
Tickhill, 29 November [not 30 July] 
1823. 

ATTREE. Page 1 53.— Frederick William 
Town and Frances Elizabeth Mary Wake- 
ford Attree have issue Francis William 
Wakeford Town, born at Pardons, Ditch- 
ling, co. Sussex, 17 December 1888, 
and baptized at Ditchling 10 February 
1889 ; also Lorna May Wakeford Town, 
born at Hill Brow, Woolston, near 
Southampton, 20 May, and baptized at 
St. Mary Extra, Southampton, 19 June 
1892. 

BAGSHAWE. Page 143.— William Henry 
Greaves -Bagshawe was appointed a 
Deputy Lieutenant for the County of 
Derby in December 1893. 

William Murray Caldwell Greaves- 
Bagshawe married secondly, at St. 
James's, Piccadilly, London, 25 July 
1894, Lilian Florence, youngest daughter 
of Edward Madox-Jones of Glentworth, 
Oswestry, co. Salop; she was born 18 
December 1868, and baptized at Holy 
Trinity, Oswestry. 

BAINBRIGGE. Page 215. — Emma 
Maria, daughter of William Henry and 
Emma Frances Bainbrigge, died unmar- 
ried 19 May 1893 at Rome, and was 
buried there. 

BARTLETT. Page 66.— The inscription 
on the tombstone referred to in the note 
on this page has now been corrected. 

Thomas, son of John Adams and 

Mary Bartlett, was baptized at St. 

Nicholas, Liverpool, 1 August 1839 [not 

1 April 1840]. 

Page 67.— Charlotte Mary Sarah, 3rd 



BARTLETT, continued. 

wife of Rev. John Moysey Bartlett, died 
16 November, and was buried at Erming- 
ton, co. Devon, 21 November 1892. 

BENTLEY. Page 1 37.— Thomas Wilmot 
was of Beckingham [not Beckenham], 
co. Notts. 

Sarah Charlotte, widow of Samuel 
Bentley, died at 2 Leamington Villas, 
Croydon, co. Surrey, 1 February, in the 
94 th year of her age, and was buried at 
Croydon Cemetery 8 February 1894. 

Page 138.— Thomas William Bentley 
married Elizabeth Munk [not Monk]. 

Page 139. — Thomas Charles Bentley 
died 8 September 1868 [not 1886]. 

BLAYDES. Page 54.— Andrew Marvell 
Delml, son of Harry Seymour and Amy 
Constance Blaydes, was baptized at 
Woburn Green [not at Loudwater]. 

Frederick and Alice Caroline Blaydes 
have further issue Delia Emily Louisa, 
born at Bedford 6 August, and baptized 
at St. Paul's, Bedford, 20 September 
1892 ; also Barbara Olive, born at Bed- 
fold 16 June, and baptized at St Paul's, 
Bedford, 14 August 1894. 

Page 55. — Louisa Anne, daughter of 
Hugh and Delia Maria Blaydes, was 
married at St. Marylebone Parish Church, 
London, 21 July 1828, to Henry Thomas 
Coggan Kerr. 

Henrietta Christina, wife of Edward 
Parratt, died 20 February, and was buried 
at Brompton Cemetery, London, 24 Fe- 
bruary 1892. 

BLOOM. Page 211. — Thomas Henry 
Bloom married Florence Louisa [not 
Fanny Louisa], daughter of Henry 
Wright. 

Charles Frederick Bloom married Jane 
[not Jenny] Nalborough. 



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BODDINGTON. Page 123. — Henry 
Francis Vincent Boddington married at 
Hawthorn, Melbourne, 6 June 1892, 
Agnes Bridget, daughter of James 
O'Loughlin and Bridget (M c Namara) his 
wife. 

Page 126. — Emma Frances, wife of 
Reginald Stewart Boddington, died at 
15 Markham Square, Chelsea, n July, 
aged 50, and was buried at Kensal Green 
Cemetery 14 July 1894. 

BRADNEY. Page 3. — Joseph Alfred 
Bradney was appointed Lieut-Colonel 
Commanding 3rd Volunteer Battalion 
South Wales Borderers 23 April 1892. 

Joseph Alfred and Rosa Bradney have 
further issue Walter, born at Tal-y-coed 
Court, co. Monmouth, 4 September, 
and baptized at Llanfihangel-Ystern- 
Llewern 30 September 1892. 

BREE. Page 280. — Ven. Archdeacon 
Bree proceeded B.D. and D.D. 30 No- 
vember 1893. 

BROOKE. Page 79.— Edith, daughter of 
Thomas and Ann Brooke, died at Grove 
Park, Camberwell, co. Surrey, 13 April, 
aged 50, and was buried at Honley, co. 
York, 17 April 1893. 

BYRTH. Page 2 24.— Rev. Thomas Byrth, 
D.D., married Mary Kingdom [not King- 
don], daughter of Thomas Stewart, M.D. 
Rev. Stewart Byrth, M. A., was of Hat- 
field Hall [not Halfield Hall], Durham. 

CASS. Page 1 1 4.— Arthur Herbert Du Prl 
Cass was appointed Vicar of St. John the 
Baptist's, Walmer, Port Elizabeth, South 
Africa in 1893. 

Page 115. — Constance Mary, eldest 
daughter of Rev. Charles William and 
Elizabeth Frances Cass, was married at 
St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 30 
September 1893, to William Villeneuve 
Gregory, Lieut.-Colonel R.A., 2nd son 
of J. Gregory, Governor of the Bahamas. 

Lilian Maud, 2nd daughter of Rev. 
Charles William and Elizabeth Frances 
Cass, was married at St. Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, Ixmdon, 30 September 1893, to 
Sydney Turing Barlow Lawford, Lieut. 
Royal Fusileers, youngest son of T. A. 
Lawford, of Kinellan, Wimbledon, co. 
Surrey. 

Edith Caroline, youngest daughter of 
Rev. Charles William and Elizabeth 
Frances Cass, was married at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London, 23 July 1892, 
to Charles Henry Cockburn Heyman, 
Captain Bombay Staff Corps, 3rd son of 
Major-General Henry Heyman, late R. A. 



CAVENDISH. Page 131.— Henry Fre- 
derick Compton and Lady Harriet 
Castalia Cavendish have further issue 
Henry James Francis, born at Fair Oak, 
Rogate, co. Sussex, at 9*15 a.m. on 
Thursday, 17 August, and baptized in 
the house at Fair Oak on Wednesday, 
n October 1893. 

Page 132. — Captain Cecil Charles and 
Maud Henrietta Cavendish have further 
issue Bruce Alwynne, born at Mussoorie, 
India, Friday, 27 April, baptized there 7 
May, died at the Willows, Kailana, Chak- 
rata, India, at 2 a.m. on Tuesday, 5 June, 
and was buried there on Wednesday, 6 
June 1894, aged 5 weeks and 4 days. 

Page 134. — Francis William Henry 
Cavendish died at St Margaret's, East- 
bourne, at 9 p.m. on Thursday, 12 Jan- 
uary, and was buried in the cemetery on 
Ocklynjge Hill, Eastbourne, in the same 
grave with his Cither, General Cavendish, 
on Wednesday, 18 January 1893. 

Captain Alfred Edward John Caven- 
dish appointed Military Attach* in China 
in September 1894. 

COLBY. Page 4.— Samuel Reynolds Colby 
married at Great Torrington, co. Devon, 
13 October 1891, Elizabeth Jane, daugh- 
ter of Rev. John Marshall Morrell, and 
has issue a son, born 26 November 
1892. 

Frederic Thomas Colby, D.D., re- 
signed the living of Litton Cheney 1 May 
1893. 

Page 5. — Frederic Clarence Cople- 
stone Colby married, 12 August 1893, 
Beatrice Geraldine, 5th daughter of the 
late Rev. Edward Taylor Hudson, MA., 
of Trinity College, Cambridge, and one 
of the Masters of St. Paul's School ; she 
was born 30 December 1867, and was 
baptized at St Botolph's, Aldersgate, 
London, 23 February 1868. 

COLE (DICKER). Page i2.-Mary 
Cole, wife of James Pitts, was buried at 
Drewsteignton, co. Devon, 7 April [not 
2 April] 1857 ; James Pitts was buried 
at Drewsteignton 18 February 187 1, 
aged 71. 

Joshua Cole Cole died s.p. 21 Decem- 
ber, and was buried at St David's, 
Exeter, 23 December 1893. 

Page 13. — Rev. Joseph Theophilus 
Toye, Vicar of St. David's, Exeter, died 
24 December, and was buried at St 
David's 29 December 1893. 

Alice Bourdillon, wife of Rev. Here- 
ford Brooke George, died 8 February, 



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COLE (DICKER), continued. 

and was buried at St John in the 
Wilderness, Withycombe, co. Devon, 13 
February 1893. 

Brownlow Cole Cole died 9 Septem- 
ber 1894. 

COLLIER. Page 56.— Frances, wife of 
Joseph Kaye, died at Hillsborough, co. 
York, 8 January, and was buried at the 
Sheffield General Cemetery 12 January 
1893. 

P*ge 57* — Charles Jarvis Collier mar- 
ried at St Mark's, Sheffield, 2 March 
1893, Margaret Hadassah, 4th daughter 
of John Parkinson Mawhood of Sheffield; 
she was born at Clover Nook, Race 
Course Creek, New South Wales, 28 
March 1864, and was baptized at the 
Wesleyan Chapel, Glendour, New South 
Wales. They have issue Gwendoline 
Hadassah, born at Sheffield 10 Decem- 
ber 1893, and baptized at St. Andrew's, 
Sheffield, 1 February 1894. 

John Percy and Mabel Collier (now 
living at The Manor House, Bulcote, co. 
Notts) have issue Percival Porritt, born 
at Sheffield 25 July, and baptized at St. 
Matthias, Sheffield, 31 August 1892. 

CURTOIS. Page 1 72.— Mary, wife of Rev. 
Charles Frederick Hayter, died at Clay- 
brooke Vicarage, co. Leicester, 30 No- 
vember, and was buried at Branston 
Cemetery 5 December 1893. M.I. 

Page 175. — Arthur and Edith Curtois 
have issue Peregrine Arthur, born at 
Northgate Cottage, Church Lane, Lin- 
coln, 18 January, and baptized at St 
Peter in Eastgate, Lincoln, 18 February 
1893 ; also Barbara Edith, born at Atton 
Place, Minster Yard, Lincoln, 3 February, 
and baptized at St. Peter in Eastgate, 
Lincoln, 15 March 1894. 

Algernon Curtois, M.A., ordained by 
the Bishop of Lincoln in Lincoln Minster, 
Deacon, 28 May 1893, and Priest, 20 
May 1894; Assistant Curate of St 
Martin's, Lincoln. 

Louisa Augusta, daughter of Rev. At- 
will and Ann Henrietta Curtois, died at 
"The Cedars," High Street, Battersea, 
30 March, and was buried at Branston 
Cemetery 3 April 1894. M.L 

EDWARDS. Page 262. — Archibald 
Stewart Edwards married at St Patrick's, 
Church Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, 
8 February 1893, Teresa, 5th daughter 
of the late Francis Macnab of Sherrebeg, 
Badenoch, Invernesshire, N.B. They 
have issue Frances Teresa, born at 



EDWARDS, continued. 

Croxted, Woolwich, near Sydney, 13 
January 1894. 

^Page 263. — Charles Albert Edwards 
is now a Captain, with local rank of 
Major, and is commanding H.M. Forces 
in Nyassaland, British Central Africa. 

EMERIS. Page 88.— Rev. John, son of 
Rev. John and Elizabeth Emeris, died 
at Bath 29 May 1893, and was buried at 
Locksbrooke Cemetery, Bath. 

EWEN. Page 128.— Susan Isabella, wife 
of Rev. John Norris Frederick Ewen, 
was born in 1846 [not 1850]. They have 
issue John Frederick Broderick, bom at 
Lowestoft 19 September, and baptized 
at Reydon, co. Suffolk, 8 November 
1893. 

PLAVEL. Page 208.— Elizabeth, widow 
of Sidney Flavel of Leamington, was born 

2 July 1818 ; she died 29 June, aged 76, 
and was buried at Leamington Cemetery 

3 July 1894. Her will, dated 19 De- 
cember 1892, was proved 12 October 
1894. A stained glass window to their 
memory is being erected in the parish 
church. 

FOLJAMBE. Page 45.— George Savile 
and Dora Margaret Foljambe have 
further issue Robert Francis Thornhagh, 
born at Brackenhurst in the parish of 
Southwell, at 11*30 a.m. on Tuesday, 
15 November 1892, and baptized at 
Halloughton, near Southwell, on Satur- 
day, 14 January 1893. 

Page 48. — Cecil George Savile Fol- 
jambe was created Baron Hawkesbury 
of Haselbech in co. Northampton, and 
of Ollerton, Sherwood Forest, in co. 
Nottingham, 24 June 1893. 

Lord and Lady Hawkesbury have 
further issue Rosamond Sylvia Diana 
Mary, born at Cockglode on Monday, 
30 January, at 5*30 a.m., and baptized 
at Ollerton on Sunday, 12 March 1893. 

Page 49. — Rev. William and Elizabeth 
Anne Bury have issue Violet Mary, born 
at 27 Grosvenor Street at 6 a.m. on 
Thursday, 2 February, and baptized at 
St Mary's, Bourdon Street, London, 
21 March 1893* 

GALE. Page 277. — John Cherry and 
Kathleen Maud Gale have further issue 
Joan Kathleen, born at Thirntoft, Sur- 
biton, co. Surrey, 13 April, and bap- 
tized at Christ Church, Surbiton, 10 
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GRUBBE. Page 31. — Reginald Hall 
Grubbe was born at Queen Square 13 
[not 31] January 1862. 

GUILLE. Page 38.— Sophia, wife of Rev. 
George de Carteret Guille, died 6 July 
1892. 

Page 40.— Edith Maud Evangeline, 
youngest daughter of Rev. George de 
Carteret Guille, was married to William • 
Yolland, Royal Engineers, at the parish 
church, St. Peter-Port, Guernsey, 15 
November 1893. 

HARVEY. Page 6.— Thomas Harvey of 
Mintiaghs, &c., was born at Molenan 
4 March 1757. 

Rev. Frederick Mortimer Harvey in- 
stituted to the Rectory of Bolnhurst, co. 
Bedford, in April 1874, resigned the 
living in February 1888. 

Page 7. — William Francis Harvey 
died at Purbrook, Hants, 23 April, aged 
88, and was buried at Christ Church, 
Portsdown, 27 April 1893. Will proved 
in June 1893. 

Page 8. — Rev. Robert Stammers 
Tabor married first, Miss Dolman [not 
Miss Carpenter]. 

HESKETH. Pace 160.— Alfred Hesketh 
married at Trinity Church, Williams- 
town, in the Colony of Victoria, 23 June 
1862, Janet, daughter of John Metcalf 
[not John Williams.] 

HEXT. Page 204.— Captain Francis Mar- 
wood Hext was married at St. Jude's, 
South Kensington, London, 17 June 
1893, by his cousin, the Right Rev. the 
Bishop of Southwark, to Florence, 3rd 
daughter of George Petherick of St 
Austell, co. Cornwall, and of 2 Bramham 
Gardens, South Kensington. They have 
issue Dorothy, born at 2 Bramham Gar- 
dens 12 April 1894. 

Page 205. — Frances Anne, daughter of 
John Hawkins and Susanna Catherine 
Hext, died 13 December, aged 6 years 
and 1 1 months, and was buried at Morvai, 
co. Cornwall, 16 December 1857. 

HOWARD. Page 187.— Lieut-Colonel 
Frederick Compton Howard, now of 
Acomb Hall, York, was appointed, 15 
May 1893, Colonel Commanding 3rd 
Battalion Princess of Wales's Own York- 
shire Regiment 

Lieut-Colonel Frederick Compton and 
Ann Augusta Howard have further issue 
a son, born at Acomb Hall, York, on 
Thursday 18 October 1894. 



JAMES. Page 267.— WflHam and Sarah 
Florence James have further issue 
Helena Clare, born 26 September, and 
baptized at Bedfont, co. Middlesex, 4 
November 1893. 

Bertha Dorothy, daughter of William 
and Sarah Florence James, died 11 July, 
and was buried at Edgeworth, co. Glou- 
cester, 16 July 1894. 

JONES. Page 286.— Sir William Holling- 
worth Quayle Jones, Knight, married 
secondly at St. Paul's, Grove Park, Chis- 
wick, 29 June 1893, Clair May, only 
daughter of Edmond Berdoe-Wilkinson 
of Chiswick, by Marion his wife, daughter 
of Marmaduke Coghill Cramer Roberts 
of Sallymount, co. Kildare, J.P. and 
D.L.; she was born at Dusseldorff 15 
August, and was baptized at the English 
Chapel there 20 September 1874. 

Page 287. — Harford Quayle Jones 
was born 20 [not 12] July 1859. 

LEVESON GOWER. Page 22.— Gran- 
ville Charles Gresham Leveson Gower, 
Lieut. Hants Carabineers, married at 
St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 3 
February 1894, Evelyn Mildred, 2nd 
surviving daughter of the late Henry 
Brassey of Preston Hall, Aylesford, co. 
Kent 

Page 23.— Frances Elizabeth, daugh- 
ter of William and Katherine Maria 
Leveson Gower, was buried in a vault 
under the chapel of Titsey Church 14 
December 1869 [not 1879]. 

MANT. Page 193. — George French Mant 
died at Storrington 26 August, aged 61, 
and was buried there 31 August 1893. 

Page 194. — Arthur French Mant mar- 
ried at St Leonard's Church, Streatham, 
co. Surrey, 7 April 1894, Eva, daughter 
of the late Rev. William Thomas Charles 
Brande, Rector of Burton and Coates, 
co. Sussex. 

Page 196. — Rev. Frederick Woods 
Mant died at 2 Udny Park, Teddington, 
co. Surrey, 17 September 1893, in his 
85 th year. 

METHOLD. Page 145.— Henry Tindal 
Methold was called to the Bar at Lin- 
coln's Inn in January 1894. 

MILNER-GIBSON. Page 151.- Jasper 
Joseph Alexander Milner-Gibson mar- 
ried secondly, at the British Consulate, 
Algiers, 20 December 1893, Annie, 
widow of William Stocken, and youngest 
daughter of Charles Dixon of Newcasde- 
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MINET. Page 269.— Leah Fortrie, wife of 
Charles William Minet, was born 27 
August 1805, and baptized at All Saints, 
Derby. 

MOLYNEUX. Page«i6.— Harriet,daugh- 
ter of Rev. Bryan William and Louisa 
Martina Molyneux, died at Mill Street, 
Ludlow, 19 September, and was buried 
at the cemetery there 22 September 1894. 

OLIVER. Page 83.— Sophia, wife of Rev. 
William Macjanlay Oliver, died at Bob- 
bingworth Rectory 23 July, and was 
buried in the chancel of Bobbingworth 
Church 27 July 1894. 

PARKER. Page 167.— Frances, daughter 
of Joseph and Martha Parker, died at 
45 Royal Crescent, Clifton, Bristol, 10 
April, and was buried in Bitton Church- 
yard, in the same grave with her sister 
Ccelia, on Friday, 13 April 1894. Will 
dated 3 December 1889. 

PERROTT. Page 272. — Sir Herbert 
. Charles Perrott, Bart, is now Lieut- 
Colonel Commanding and Hon. Colonel 
of East Kent Regiment 

PILKINGTON. Page 256. — Samuel 
Charles Morton and Sarah Pilkington 
have issue Charles Garton, born at Ingle- 
wood, Aughton, co. Lane, 4 July, and 
baptized at Christ Church, Aughton, 2 
October 1893. 

Stephen Frederick Pilkington married 
Anne [not Annie] Lamb, daughter of 
Robert Ascroft [not Richard Ashcroft]. 
She was born 4 [not 14] October 1849. 

PORTER. Page 158. — William Smith 
Porter married at St Andrew's, Sharrow, 
Sheffield, 7 June 1893, Jessie, daughter 
of Charles Lockwood of Greno House, 
Grenoside, co. York. They have issue 
Edith Mary Bright, born at Sheffield 3 
April, and baptized at St Andrew's, 
Sharrow, Sheffield, 1 May 1894. 

Sarah, widow of John Taylor Porter, 
F.R.C.S., died at 269 Glossop Road, 
Sheffield, 18 September, and was buried 
at Ecclesall, near Sheffield, 21 Septem- 
ber 1894. 
RICKETTS. Page 276.— William Ricketts, 
Lieutenant and Commander R.N., mar- 
ried at St Clement's, Bournemouth, 8 
May 1894, his cousin, Susan Hotham, 
eldest daughter and co-heir of Rev. St. 
Vincent Fitzhardinge Lennox Ricketts 
of Fairholm, Bournemouth, 



PLATT-HIGGINS. Page 99. — Mary 
Jane, widow of John Higgins, died 7 
September, and was buried at Prestwich, 
co. Lane, 10 September 1892. Will 
proved at Manchester 21 September 
1892. 

Page 102. — Andrew Boutfloweris 2nd 
[not eldest] son of John Boutflower, and 
Mary Anne his wife, daughter of Henri 
[not Henry] Boutflower. 

Page 104. — Harry Alexander Dods is 
3rd son of John ShirrefF [not Sheriffe] 
Dods. 

RYLANDS. Page 15.— Julia, widow of 
Rev. Alfred John Morris, died at Edge 
Mount, Altrincham, co. Chester, 14 Oc- 
tober, aged 80, and was buried at High- 
gate Cemetery, London, 18 October 
1892. 

SCHOMBERG. Page 210. — Edmund 
Clarke Schomberg married at St Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London, 11 April 1894, 
Violet Louise, younger daughter of die 
late Martin Bryan Stapylton of Myton, 
co. York, and 62 Albeit Hall Mansions, 
London, by Mary Jane his wife, eldest 
daughter of Captain John Brymer of 
Ilsington House, Dorchester; she was 
born at Mentone, France, and was bap- 
tized at St. Stephen's, South Kensington, 
London. 

ST. GEORGE. Page 105. — Elizabeth 
Marianne, widow of General Sir John 
St George, died at 22 Cornwall Gardens, 
London, 13 May 1894. 

Page 108. — Howard Comber St. 
George died 30 August 1893. A 
posthumous daughter was born at 36 
Rosary Gardens, London, 19 January 
1894. 

STONE. Page 62.— Thomas Stone died 
at 29 Lee Park, Blackheath, 24 April, in 
his 8 I st year, and was buried at Shooter's 
Hill Cemetery, co. Kent, 27 April 1893. 
Will dated 20 November 1883; proved 
in the Principal Registry 18 May 1893, 
by Susanna, the relict, and Edward and 
Charles Stone, the sons, ex'ors. 

Charles Bede, son of Charles and Alice 
Elizabeth Stone, died 11 January, and 
was buried at Shooter's Hill Cemetery 14 
January 1893. 

Reginald Guy Stone appointed Naval 
Cadet to H.M.S. Britannia 15 January 
1894. 



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SOME ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS TO VOL. I. 



SPARROW. Page 230.— Cecil Blair and 
Cara Mary Sparrow have further issue 
Ruth Mary Angela, born at Boscombe, 
Bournemouth, 23 December 1893, and 
baptized there; she died at Somerton, 
co. Somerset, 3 May, and was buried 
there 7 May 1894. 

Page 231. — Alan Bertram Hanbury 
and Christina Annie Margaret Sparrow 
have further issue Ruth Margaret Sillery, 
born at Tettenhall, co. Stafford, 30 July, 
and baptized at Church Preen, co. Salop, 

24 September 1893. 

SWANN. Page 95.— Ellen, 3rd wife of 
Rev. Edward Swann, was married at St. 
Margaret's [not St. Nicholas], Ipswich. 

Page 96.— Elizabeth Ann, widow of 
Rev. Charles Henry Swann, died at 
Bromley,' co. Kent, at 2*30 a.m. on Mon- 
day, 22 October, aged 78, and was buried 
in the cemetery at Bromley on Thursday, 

25 October 1894. 

Sarah, daughter of Rev. Charles and 
Sarah Swann, died at Margate 27 Sep- 
tember, and was buried in the cemetery 
there 29 September 1894. 

Page 97. — Henry Edward Arthur 
Swann died 23 May, and was buried at 
Bromley Cemetery 26 May 1893. 



TEMPEST. Page 36.— John Egerton 
Plumbe [not John Egerton Plumbe- 
Tempest] . 

Paige 37.— John Plumbe [not John 
Plumbe-Tempestj. 

Both these children died before their 
father assumed the name of Tempest after 
that of Plumbe. 

TUDSBERY TURNER. Pages 191 
and 192. — A Royal Licence, dated 26 
December 1893, was granted to Francis 
William Tudsbery Turner, John Henry 
Tudsbery Turner, William Tudsbery 
Turner, and their issue, to cease to bear 
the surname Turner, and to take and use 
thereafter their patronymic of Tudsbery 
only. 

WORTHINGTON. Page 221.— William 
Henry Worthington died at Folkestone 
15 July, and was buried at the Notting- 
ham Road Cemetery, Derby, 1 9 July 1 894. 

Rev. Roger Bass, Vicar of Austrey, co. 
Warwick [not co. Leicester], son of 
Michael [not M. T.] Bass. 

Page 222. — Mary Anne, widow of 
William Worthington, died at Cray thorne, 
Rolleston, 22 April, aged 91, and was 
buried in the family vault at the old 
church, Burton, 30 April 1894. 



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