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and Wales'' have been printed at my 
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LIST OF PEDIGREES. 



Adams of Greenfield and 
of Newfidd Hall, co. 
Stafford .... 24 
Amhbrst, Earl . .12 

Armstrong, Baron . . 144 
AuDEN of Rowley R^is, co. 
Stafford .... 169 

Bagot I 

Brewster . . . . ij 
CoLYER of Famingham, co. 

Kent . . . -47 
Crisp of The Hall, Playford, 

CO. Suffolk . . . 115 
Duncan, formerly of Loch- 

rutton, CO. Dumfries . 85 
Dunns of Gatley Park and 
Bircher Hall, co. Here- 
ford lOI 

Edmsades of Nurstead Court, 



CO. Kent . 
Finnemore . 
Fisher .... 
Fletcher of Allerton, co. 

Lancaster 
Graham 



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76 



Keighly-Peach of Idlicote 

House, CO. Warwick . . 159 
Kenrick . . .61 
LiTTLEDALE of Highfield, West 

Derby, co. Lancaster . 52 
Master of Barrow Green 

House, CO. Surrey . . 81 

Maughan-Ettrick . . 195 
Milner of Nun Appleton, 

CO. York, Baronet . 34 
Nelson, Earl .186 

Powis, Earl of . . . 108 

Ridley 89 

Round of West Bergholt, co. 

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SCARBROUGH, Earl of . 
Sherborn . . . . 
Shuttleworth, Baron . 
Spedding . . . . 
Tenterden, Baron 
Treves, Baronet . 
Vaillant of Weybridge, co. 
Surrey . . . . 
ViDLER . . . . 

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'^Annorial Bearings of Earl Amharst 

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Arms an record in the College of Arms, — 
Ennine two chevronels azure. 

Crest, — Out of a ducal coronet a goat's 
head argent attired or. 

Motto. — Antiquum obtinens. 



(P.CC. 587, 54) I August 

relict, one of the surviving Eltors. 

Henry, Viscount Downe, the other surviving Eitor. 



Rt. Rev. the Hon"« Richard Bagot 
Blithfield, co. Stafford, D.D. (youngest son 
of William, ist Baron Bagot of BHthfidd, 
by the Hon**** Elizabeth Louisa his wife, 
only dau. of John, 2nd Viscount St. John) ; 
bom at Daventry, co. Northampton, 22 
November 1782; educated at Rugby and 
at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
30 April 1799, aged 16, B. A. 1803, Fellow 
of All Souls' College 1804-1806, M.A. 
1806, D.D. by Diploma 30 November 
1829; Rector of Leigh, co. Stafford, 1806, 
and of Blithfield 1807, Canon of Worcester 
16 July 181 7, and of Windsor 25 March 
1822, Dean of Canterbury 2 September 
1827 to November 1845, elected Bishop 
of Oxford 13 July, confirmed 22 August, 
and consecrated 23 August 1829, translated 
to Bath and Wells 6 November 1845 ; 
Prelate of the Order of the Garter ; died at 
Brighton, co. Sussex, in his 72nd year, on 
Monday, 15 May, bur. at Blithfield 23 May 
1854. Will dated 2 May 1851, proved 
1854, by the Rt Hon"* Lady Harriet Bagot, 
Power reserved to the Rt Hon^« William 



of^Lady 





Harriet, 
youngest dau. of 
George Bussey, 
4th Earl of Jersey, 
by Frances his 
wife, only dau. 
and heir of the 
Rt Rev. Philip 
Twysden, Bishop 
of Raphoe ; bom 
19 March 1788; 
marr. 21 Dec. 
1806; died at 
Elford HaU, co. 
Stafford, aged 82, 
18 Oct, bur. 
at Blithfield 24 
Oct 1870. Will 
dated 27 Jan. 
1870, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 709, 
70) 26 Nov. 1870, 
by Henry Bagot 
of Brocton Lodge, 
Vice-Admiral in 
the Royal Navy, 
son, the surviving 
E5tor. 




Major-General Edward Richard Bagot of Ashtead Park, co.- 
Surrey; born 4 January, bapt at Blithfield 20 January 1808; 
educated at Charterhouse; entered the Army as Ensign 60th 
Regiment of Foot (The King's Royal Rifle Corps) 23 October 
1823, Lieutenant 10 December 1825, Captain 8 November 1827, 
Major 23 November 1841, Lieut-Colonel 11 November 185 1, 
Colonel 28 November 1854, Major-General 12 January 1866 
(retired); formerly Colonel Commandant 4th Battalion Royal 
Middlesex Regiment (Militia); Assistant Military Secretary at 
Gibraltar ; J. P. for co. Middlesex and the City of Westminster ; 
Knight of the Redeemer of Greece ; died at 34 Eaton Square, 
London, aged 66, on Monday, 20 July 1874, and bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, London. Will dated 13 January 187 1, with 
seven ccklicils dated 16 April 187 1 to 25 November 1873, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 522, 74) 10 August 1874, by Daniel Keane 
of 25 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, gent., and Ponsonby Bagot 
of I York Street, St James' Square, London, Captain in H.M. 
Scots Fusilier Guards, son, two of the Eitors. Proved in the 
Principal Registry 24 October 1874, by Matilda Bagot of 
34 Eaton Square, London, relict, and Villiers Spencer Bagot, 
a Lieutenant in the Rifle Brigade, son, the other ElLors. 



-Matilda, dau. of Villiers Bagot, 
Henry Perkins of bom at Blith- 
Hanworth Park, field 22 June, 
CO. Middlesex, bapt. there 8 
and widow of July 1809; bur. 
Oswald Perkins ; at Blithfield 
marr. at St 20 November 
George's, Han- 18 10. 
over Square, Lon- 
don, 15 January 
1842. She died at The Warren, 
Chichester, co. Sussex, in her 
76th year, on Thursday, 4 July 
1889, and was bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, London. Will 
dated 5 March 1881, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 984, 89) 31 I>eoember 
1889, by Charles Edward Ormerod 
of Lavant, near Chichester, co. 
Sussex, one of the ElLors. 

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Wilhelmina Frederica-pAdmiral Henry Bagot, R.N. ^^Eleanor, 4th dau. of Edward Sacbeverell 



(his cousin), youngest 
dau.oftheRtHon"« 
Sir Charles Bagot, 
P.C, G.CB., M.P., 
by Lady Mary 
Charlotte Anne his 
wife, eldest dau. of 
William, 3rd Earl of 
Momington ; bom 
zi March 1826; 
marr. at Blithfield 
Hall, CO. Stafford, 
17 November 1846 ; 
died at Brighton, co. 
Sussex, aged 26, on 
Thursday, 15 April 
1852. ist wife. 



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bom at Blithfield 12 July, 
bapt there 16 September 
1810; entered the Royal Navy 
13 May 1823, Captain 1843, 
AdmirsJ (retired) 22 January 
1877 ; died at Brewood Hal^ 
CO. Stafford, aged 67, on 
Friday, 30 November, bur. at 
Blithfield 6 December 1877. 
Will dated 24 June 1875, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 3, 78) 
3 January 1878, by Eleanor 
Bagot, relict, and Arthur 
Greville Bagot of Fisherwick, 
CO. Stafford, son, the Elors. 



Chandos-Pole of Radboume Hall, co. 
Derby, by Anna Maria his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. Edward Sacheverell Wilmot, Rector 
of Langley; marr. at Radboume 9 Feb- 
ruary 1858; died at 10 Ashbum Place, 
Soudi Kensington, London, on Thurs- 
day, 25 November 1886. Will dated 
23 December 1878, with codicil dated 13 
February 1885, proved (Prin. Reg., 13, 87) 
26 January 1887, by Henry Ch^dos 
Pole-Gell of Hopton Hall, Wirksworth, 
CO. Derby, and Augustus Frederick Coe 
of 14 Hart Street, Bloomsbury Square, 
London, the Ejtors. 2nd wife. 



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Arthur Greville Bagot, born at 6 Connaught Square,^Mary Isabella, only dau. of Henry 



Hyde Park, London, on Saturday, 29 September 1849; 
entered the Army as Ensign 6oth Regiment of Foot (The 
King's Royal Eifle Corps) 6 March 1867, Lieutenant 
14 December 1870, Adjutant 29 July 1874. 



Scott of Onslow Square, London; 
marr. at St George's, Hanover Square, 
London, on Tuesday, 5 February 
1878. 



Hervey Ronald Henry Bagot, 
bom I October 1885 ; fied 
2 February 1888. 



Frederic Spencer Wellesley 
Bagot, bom in 1888. 



Evelyn, bom 23 Sep- 
tember 1842; marr. at 
St Michael's, Chester 
Square, London (by the 
Rev. Walter Carr), on 
Saturday, 25 September 
1869, Augustus Woodley 
Bernal (son of Ralph 
Bemal of 57 Eaton 
Square, London, M.P., 
by Clara Christine his 
wife, dau. of Captain 
John White, R.N.); born 
at II Park Crescent, 
Portland Place, London, 
9 May 1825; educated 
at the Royal Military 
Academy, Woolwich ; 
served in 5th Madras 
Cavalry as Lieutenant 
and Adjutant (retired). 
She died at 34 St 
George's Road, London, 
on Saturday, 21 April 
1877, and was bur. 
in Brompton Cemetery, 
London. =p 



Ethel, bom in South Street, Grosvenor Square, London, on Tuesday, 
20 February 1844; marr. at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London (by 
the Rev. George Howard Wilkinson), pn Tuesday, 21 January 1873, 
Major-General George Paton, C.M.G. (5th son of John Paton of 
Crailing, co. Roxburgh, by Ellen his wife, only dau. of William Elliot 
of Harwood, co. Roxburgh); bom at Crailing i October 1841, and 
bapt. there; entered the Army as Ensign ist Battalion 24th (The 
Warwickshire) Regiment of Foot 23 August 1859, Lieutenant 5 Sep- 
tember 1862, Captain 30 October 1869, A.D.C. to General Officer 
Commanding South-Eastern District i January 1872 to 30 September 
1874, A.D.C. to Governor of Straits Settlements 10 May 1875 
to 30 May 1877, D.A.A. and Q.M.G., Cape of Good Hope, 
31 December 1877 to 8 May 1879, Major South Wales Borderers 19 
May 1880, Lieut-Colonel 25 February 1882, Colonel in the Army 
25 February 1886, Colonel Regimental District 3 June 1889, Colonel 
on Staflf, Barbadoes, &c., 2 March 1892 to 1894, Commandant of 
School of Musketry at Hythe 1894-^8, Major-General 3 April 1898, 
retired 4 May 1901 ; Colonel South Wales Borderers 26 November 
1902; served in Perak Expedition 1875-76 (medal with clasp); in 
South African War 1877-79, Kaffir Campaign and operations against 
the Galekas; in Zulu War 1879 (mentioned in despatches, medal with 
clasp); C.M.G. 19 December 1879. She died at Ventnor, Isle of 
Wight, on Simday, 11 October 1885, and was biu:. there. He marr. 
2ndly at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, 13 November 1890, Nancie, 
dau. of Edward Walker of Henbury Manor, Wimborne, and of Carey's 
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Rev. Charles Walter Bagot, bom at Blithfield, co. Stafford^^Mary, 
II February, bapt. there i8 February 1812; educated at 
Westminster and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
16 October 1830, aged 18, B.A. 1834, M.A. (All Souls' 
College) 1842, Fellow of All Souls' CoUege 1843-46; 
Rector of Castle Rising with Roydon, co. Norfolk, 1846 
until his death. Chancellor of the Diocese of Bsiih and 
Wells 1851 until his death, and Registrar of the Diocese of 
Oxford; died at Castle Rising, aged 72, on Wednesday, 
10 September, bur. at Ashtead, co. Surrey, 16 September 
1884. Will dated i February 1884, proved (Prin. Reg., 
760, 84) 31 October 1884, by Mary Bagot of Castle Rising, 
relict, and Colonel John St Leger of Park Hill, ca York, 
two of the Etors. 



\ 2nd dau. of Major-General 
John Chester of Ashtead, by 
Sophia Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
CbuEurles Stuart of Airdroch ; bom 
at Quebec, Canada, 6 March 
1828; marr. at Blithfield 18 Feb- 
ruary 1846; died at Hampton 
Court Palace, aged 74, on 
Saturday, 15 April, bur. at 
Ashtead 19 April 1899. Will 
dated 29 September 1892, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 542, 99) 16 May 
1899, by Heneage Bagot-Chester, 
retired Colonel in H.M. Army, 
brother, one of the Elors 



Rev. Lewis Richard Charles 
bora at Castle Rising 2 December 
1846, bapt. there 10 January 1847 ; 
educated at Marlborough and at 
Wadham College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 16 October 1866, aged 19, 
B.A. 1869, M.A. 1873, afterwards of 
Wells Theological College ; Rector 
of East Bradenham, co. Norfolk, 
1872-79, Vicar of Stanton Lacy, 
CO. Salop, since 1879. 



Bagot,'70ecilia 



Cator, 4th dau. of the Rev* Henry Jodrell, Rector 
of Gisleham, co. Suffolk, by Eloise Fanny Harriet, 
Countess of Cape St Vincent, his wife, only dau. and 
heiress of Admiral Sir Charles Napier of Merchistoun 
Hall, Stirling, K.C.B. ; bom at Gisleham, co. Suffolk, 
and bapt. there 25 February 1849; marr. at Gisleham 
(by the Rev. the Hon"* Geoige Thomas Orlando 
Bridgeman, Rector of Wigan, co. Lancaster, uncle of the 
bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. Philip Sherlock Gooch, 
Curate of Benacre, co. Suffolk) on Wednesday, 10 July 
1872. 

(See Pedigree of Jodrell, Vol 7, pn^ 34.) 



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Ysolde Cicely, bom at the Rectory, East Bradenham, on Friday, 
28 November 1873, bapt. at East Bradenham 6 January 1874; 
marr. at Newara Eliya, Ceylon, 12 October 1899, Bertram Gordon 
Snell of Wewelmadde Matale, Ceylon (son of Colonel F. W. Snell, 
Political Resident, Cutch, India, by Izobel his wife, dau. of 
A. A. Gordon); born at Mhow, Central India; educated at 
Heidleberg and Blundell's, Tiverton ; formerly of the 4th Battalion 
Lancashire Fusiliers. 



Caryl Ernest Bagot, bom 
at the Rectory, East 
Bradenham, on Friday, 
9 March 1877, and bapt. 
^ere the next dsty 
(baptism registered at 
East Bradenham). 



Florence Eleanor, bom 15 February 1859; marr. at Newara Eliya, Ceylon, on Tuesday, 
2 March 1886, her cousin, Charles Frederick Heneage Bagot, 4th son of the Rev. Charles 
Walter Bagot {see above) ; bom at Castle Rising 25 January, bapt there 24 February 1858 ; 
educated at Marlborough and at Haileybury. ^ 



{For issue see page 6.) 



Lieut-Colonel Ponsonby Bagot, 
bom II June, bapt at Grosvenor 
Chapel, South Audley Street, Lon- 
don, 3 July 1845 ; entered the Scots 
Guajrds 8 January 1864, Captain 
3 August 1866, Lieut-Colonel 28 
April 1875, retired 1877. 



Lieut-Colonel Villiers Spencer Bagot of 26 Charles 
Street, Berkeley Square, London; born 7 April 1847; 
entered the Army as Ensign ist Battalion Rifle Brigade 
(Prince Consort's Own) 12 July 1865, Lieutenant 
8 December 1869, Captain 8 December 1877, Major 
I April 1882, Lieut-Colonel 2 September 1885 (retired); 
Canadian medal with two clasps, 1866 and 1870. 



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Rev. Lewis Francis Bagot, bom at MthGrid, co. Staffcvd,-nHon^ Catberine^ 3rd dau. of Rev. 
18 July, bapt tba« 3 Notf«niber 1S13; cheated at ^ Hon'^ John Evelyn Boacawen, 
Westminster and at Christ Church, Oxford, matikruiated 



28 May 1830, aged 16, B.A. 1834, M.A. 1836 ; Rector 
of Leigh, CO. Stafford, 1846, Rural Dean; died 8.p. at 
Coton, CO. Stafibrd, aged 56, on Sunday, 14 August, bur. 
at Blidifield 19 August 1870. Will dated 27 September 
i860, proved (Prin. Reg., 586, 70) 23 September 1870, 
by Catherine Bagot of Leigh, co. Staiftntl, relict, Henry 
Bagot of Brocton Lodge, co. Stafford, a Rear-Adnrifal 
m the Royal Navy, and die Rev. CInules Walter Bi^t 
of Castle Rising, co. Norfolk, brothers, the Etors. 



RectcH- of Wotton, 00. Surrey, Vicar 
of Tioehurst, co. Sussex^ and 
Canon of Canterbury, by Catherine 
Elizabeth hia wife, eldest dau. of 
Arthur Aimealey of Bletchindon 
Park, CO. Oidbrd; bora at Brasted, 
CO. Kent, 11 July 1817; macr. at 
Wotton 13 June 1848; died at 
1 2 Chester Square, Pimlico, London, 
on Tueaday, 11 August 1891. 



Ernest Alfred John= 
Bagot, bom at 
Castle Rising 30 
March, bapt there 
23 April 1848 ; 
Clerk in the 
Foreign Office ; 
died s.p. at 14 
Marine Mansions, 
Bezhill-on-Sea, co. 
Sussex, aged 53, 
14 August, bur. in 
the churchyard at 
Ashtead, co. Surrey, 
17 August 1901. 
WiU dated 26 
September 1S98, 
proved (Pria R^, 
1 150, 1901) 2 Oc- 
tobex 1 901, by Ethel 
JuUa Bagot, relict, 
the sole Executrix. 



-*Ethel Julia, 2nd dau. 
of the Rev. Henry 
Charles Thoroton 
Hildyard, Rector of 
Rowley, Saat Riding, 
CO. York, by Juka 
Hildyard his infe,dau. 
of Samuel Wharton; 
bom at Rowley 
21 September, bapt 
there 18 October 
1857 ; marr. at St. 
Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London (by the 
Rev. Richard Charles 
Bagot, brother of the 
bridegroom, assisted 
by the Rev. Frederick 
.^Jfred John Hervey, 
Rector of Sandrin^- 
ham, CO. Norfolk^ 
on Saturday, 15 
February 1879. 



Constance Mary, born at the Rectory, Castle Rising, 
25 November, bapt at Castle Rising 27 December 
1849; ii^^- A^ ^^ Oratory, Brompton, London 
(by the Rev. George Rowe, assisted by the Rev. 
Geoiige Akers), on Tuesday, 22 December 1885, 
William Algernon Cajetan Law of 45a Chester 
Square, London (youngest son of the Rev. the 
Hon"* William Towry Law, Vicar of Harbome, 
CO. Stafford, Chancellor and PrebeiKlary of the 
Diocese of Bath and Wells, by Matilda his 
and wife, 2nd dau. of Sir Heiuy Conyn^am 
Montgomery, Baronet) ; bom at Hampton Court 
Palace on Thursday, 7 August 1856; appointed to 
the Inland Revenue i January 1880, a Clerk in 
the Foreign Office 27 May 1880; Secretary to the 
British Delegates to the Submarine Cables 
Protection Conference at Paris 15 October 1883; 
temporarily employed at The Hague in December 
1883, attached to the International Sugar 
Conference in London 28 November 1887, 
Member of the Departmental Committee on 
Consular Fee Stamps in April 1893; promoted 
Assistant Clerk i April 1899. 



Gladys Mary, bom at Stanton Lacy, co. Salop, 
on Friday, 27 August 1880, and bapt there; 
mair. at Hayward's Heath, co. Sussex, 18 
January 1905, Frank Herbert Leake of Lee 
Mills House, Cork. ^ 



Enid Avice, bom at Stanton Lacy ' on 
Saturday, 10 November 1883; marr. at 
Penang, Straits Settlements, 18 September 
1905, R. T. C. Jewitt of Ingra Estate, 
Selangor, Straits Settlements. 



Harry Richard Reginald-pFrances_^niia_Mary, only child of William Walter Bagot of Pipe 

Bagot, bom at Nether- 

aeale Okl Hall, co. 

Leicester, on Wednieaday« 

15 August, bapt at 

Netherseale 2 October 

i860. 



Hayes Hall, Erdington, ca Warwick, by Lucy Mathilda his wife, 
4th dau. of the Rev. Robert Lofhis Tottosham, Chaplain to H.M. 
I<fgarion at Florence, Italy; marr. at Erdington (by the Rev. M^liam 
Kiricpatrick Riknd Bedford, Rector of Sutton Coldfield, co. Warwick, 
assisted by the Rev. £dward Hooper Kittoe, Vicar of Boldmere, 
CO. Warwick) on Tuesday, 85 March 1890. 



Mabel Arden, bom 
18 April 1896. 



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Harriet Frances, bom at the Rectory, Blithfidd, co. Stafford, 26 July, bapt at Blithfield 
3 August 1816 ; marr. at St George's, Hanover Square, London, 18 July 1837, the Rev. Lord 
Charles Thynne (youngest son of Thomas, 2nd Marquess of Bath, K.G., F.S.A., F.L.S., by the 
Hon^ Isabella Elizal^th his wife, 3rd dau. of George, 4th Viscount Torrin^n); bom in 
Grosvenor Square, London, 9 February 18 13; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 5 July 
183X, aged 18, B.A. 1834, M.A. 1837; Rector of Loogbridge and Kingston DeveriU, co. 
WUt^ 1837-52, Canon of Canterbiu7 1845^52, when he seceded to the Church of Rome 
and was onkuned Deacon in March 1886; died at Ditton Park, Slough co. Buckinghanv 
aged 81, on Tuesday, 11 August, bur. at the Old Church, Mortiake, ca Suxr^, 15 August 
1894. She died at 40 Reddufie Gaxdens, South Kensiiigtgo, Londoo, in her 65th year^ on 
Wednesday, 5 January, and was bur. at the Old Church, Mortiake^ 8 Jmmty i88i. 



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Waiter Wagstaffe 
Bagot,boraatthe 
Rectory, Casde 
Rising, CO. Nor- 
folk, on Thurs- 
day, 25 March, 
bapt. at Castle 
Rising II April 
1852; Lieutenant 
in the Royal 
Navy ; died at 
Ryde, Isle of 
Wight, aged 29, 
on Saturday, 18 
March, bur. in 
the churchyard 
at Ashtead, co. 
Surrey, 22 March 
1882. 



Adela Harriet Sophia, bom at the 
Rectory, Castle Rising, on Friday, 
27 January, bapt at Casde Rising 26 
February 1854; marr. at St Mark's, 
North Audley Street, London (by the 
Rev. the Hocf^ George Thomas 
Orlando Bridgeman, Rector of 
Wigan, CO. Lancaster, assisted by the 
Rev. Lewis Richard Charles Bagot, 
Rector of East Bradenham, co. 
Norfolk), on Thursday, i June 1876) 
the Rt Hon«* Edmond Robert 
Wodehouse of Minley Grange, Fara- 
borough, CO. Hants, P.C., M.P. 
(only child of Sir Philip Edmond 
Wodehouse, K.C.B., G.C.S.L, J.P. 
and D.L., Govemor of British Guiana 
1854-61, Cape of Good Hope 
1861-71, and Bombay 1872-77, by 
Katherine Mary his wife, eldest dau. 
of Francis James Templer, Treasurer 
of Ceylon) ; bora 3 June 1835, and 
bapt at Colombo, C^lon ; educated 
at Etcm and at BaUiol College, 
Oxford, matriculated 21 June 1854, 
aged 18, B.A. and M.A. 1865; 
Barrister-at-Law of Lincoln's Inn 
1861 ; M.P. for Bath since 1880; 
sworn a Privy Councillor 1898; 
Private Secretary to the Earl of 
Kimberley 1864-66, 1868-70 and 
1870-74. 



Mildred Einily Barbara, bom at 
Castle Rising 25 April, bapt there 
25 May 1856 : marr. at Qistie Rising 
(by the Rev. Henry Birdwood Blogg, 
Vicar of Frodsham, co. Chester, 
assisted by the Rev. Henry Edward 
Suckling, Rector of North Wootton, 
CO. Norfolk) on Tuesday, 13 June 
1882, Charles Elphinstone Fleeming 
Cunninghame Graham (younger son 
of WilSam Cunninghame Graham 
Bontine of Gartmore, co. Perth, and 
of Ardoch, ca Dumbarton, J.P. and 
Vice^Lieutenant for co. Dumbarton 
and D.L. for co. Stirling, by the 
Hon^ Anne Elizabeth his wife, 
youngest dau. of Admiral the Hon^ 
Charles Elphinstone Fleeming of 
Cumbernauld House, co. Dimibiuton, 
R.N., and sister of John Elphinstone 
Fleeming, 14th Baron Elplunstone) ; 
bom in Edinburgh i January 1854, 
and bapt at Pohnont Hoi»^ ca 
Stirling ; educated at Harrow and on 
board H.M.S. ''Britannia"; entered 
the Royal Navy in 1867, Lieutenant 
28 December 1877, resigned 4 July 
1886 ; reinstated on ^the emergency 
list February 1902, promoted 
Commander 11 July 1905; is a 
Knight of the Danish Order of the 
Dannebrog. ^ 



Mabel Harriet, bom at Nether- 
seale Old Hall, co. Leicester, 
on Friday, 27 November 1863, 
bapt at Netherseale 4 February 
1864; died at Brocton Lodge, 
CO. Stafford, aged 8, on 
Wednesday, 8 May 1872. 



Claud Leveson 
Bagot, bom at 
Netherseale Old 
Hall on Sunday, 
9 April, bapt at 
Netherseale 28 
May 1865. 



Gerald William Bagot, 
bom at Old Park 
House, Radboume, 
CO. Derby, on Sunday, 
13 May, bapt at 
Radboume, 17 May 
1866. 



Agnes Mary, bom 
at Brocton Lodge 
on Monday, 9 Sep- 
tember, bapt at 
Baswich, co. Staf- 
ford 27 October 
1867. 



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G^rge Bagot," 
bom at Blith- 
field, CO. Stafford, 
S May, bapt. 
fiieie 26 July 
1818 ; Major 
in the Army, 
formerly of the 
household of the 
Lord- lieutemuit 
of Ireland ; died 
s,p., aged 49i 
9 May 1867; 



-Hon**** Mary Eleanor Frances, sth dau. of John Cavendish, 
3rd Baron Kilmaine, by Majy his and wife, dau. of the 
Hon*^ Charles Ewan Law, M.P., Recorder of London ; 
bom Z2 March 1841 ; marr. 17 June 1861 ; marr. andly 
at the British Embassy, Paris (by the Rev. John 
Charles Cox), on Thursday, 30 April 1868, Colonel 
Thomas Astell St. Quintin (eldest son of Thomas 
St Quintin of Hatley Park, co. Cambridge, J.P. and 
D.L. for CO. Cambridge, by Louisa his wife, 3rd dau. of 
William Thornton [afterwards Astell] of Everton House, 
CO. Huntingdon); bom 9 August 1841 ; educated at 
Eton and at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst; 
entered the Army as Comet 8th (The Kin^s Royal Irish) 
Hussars 30 December 1859, Lieutenant 16 January 1863, 
Captain 17 August 1870, Brevet Major 22 November 
1879, Major I July 1881, Lieut-Colonel 31 March 1886, 
Commanding the R^ment 20 July 1887, Colonel 19 
October 1892, retired 11 April 1896; on Staff 9 August 
1897 ; served with the loth Hussars in the Afghan War 
1878-79, and was present at the action and capture of 
Ali Musjid, and in the engagement at Futtehabad as 
Orderly Officer to Brigadier-General Sir Charles John 
Stanley Gough, K.C.B. (mentioned in despatches 
7 November 1879, Brevet of Major, medal with clasp); 
in South African War 1 899-1 900. She died at Montfose, 
Donnybrook, co. Dublin, leaving issue, on Thursday, 
28 October 1869. 



Frances Caroline^ 
bom at the Rec- 
tory,Blithfield,2o 
November, bapt 
at Blithfidd 23 
November 1819; 
died at the 
Rectory, Castle 
Rising, CO. Nor- 
folk, aged 21, 
19 October, bur. 
at CasUe Rising 
23 October 1840. 



Charles Frederick Heneage^Florence Eleanor (his cousin), 



Bagot of St Leonard's, 
Hidgranoya, Colombo, 

Ceylon; bom at Castie 
Rising 25 January, bapt. 
there 24 February 1858 ; 
educated at Marlborough 
and at Haileybury. 



eldest dau. of Admiral Henry 
Bagot, R.N., by Eleanor his 
2nd wife, 4th dau. of Edward 
Sacheverell Chandos-Pole of 
Radboume Hall, co. Derby ; 
bom 15 February 1859; marr. 
at Newara Eliya, Ceylon, on 
Tuesday, 2 March 1886. 

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Hugh Villiers Bagot of Arapola, 
Kande, Tebuwana, Ceylon ; 
bom at the Rectory, Castie 
Rising, on Saturday, 14 July, 
bapt at Castie Rising 5 August 
i860; formerly Lieutenant 3rd 
Battalion Norfolk Regiment 
(Militia). 



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Margaret Anne, bom 
in London 10 January 
1887. 



Harry Eric Bagot, bom 
in Ceylon 4 February 
1894. 



Reginald Walter Bagot, 
bom in Ceylon 24 
August 1897. 



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Richard Bagot, 
bapt at Blith- 
field, CO. Stafford, 
9 February 1 82 1 ; 
died at the resi- 
dence of the Rev. 
George Coles, co. 
Oxford, aged 19, 
6 January 1840. 



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Rev. Frederic Bagot, bom 23 January^bapt at^j-Charlotte Anne Philippina, 
" ' -•--•••- - ^jjjy ^^ ^£ Brice Pearse 

of Ashlyns, Great Berk- 
hampstead, co. Hertford, 
by Harriet Georgina his 
wife, eldest cUiu. of 
Sir Robert Williams of 
Baron Hill, co. Anglesey, 
9th Baronet ; bom at 
12 Gloucester Place, 
Portoian Square, London, 
22 ^ril 1835; marr. at 
St Peter's, Great Berk- 
hampstead (by the Rev. 
James Hutchinson, the 
Rector), on Wednesday, 
29 October 1862. 



Blithfidd 28 April 1822 ; educated at Eton and 
at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 21 
October 1840, aged 18, B.A. 1844, Fellow of 
All Souls' College, B.CL. 1848, D.C.L. 
1853 ; Rector of Rodney Stoke, co. Somerset, 
1846-59, Prebendary of Wells 1851-92, 
Rector of Harpsden, co. Oxford, 1859-92, 
R^istrar of the Diocese of Oxford 1884-92 ; 
died at Harpsden Rectory, Henley-on-Thames, 
CO. Oxford, aged 69, on Friday, i January, bur. 
at Harpsden 6 January 1892. Will dated 22 
August 1887; with codicil dated 17 October 

1891, proved (PriiL Reg., 95, 92) 13 February 

1892, by Charlotte Anne Philippina Bagot, 
relict, one of the Etors. 



Cecil Viliiers Bagot of 68 York Man8ions,-pEthel, 
Battersea Park, co. Surrey ; bom at 7 Queen's 
Gate Terrace, Kensington, London, on 
Tuesday, 5 September 1865, and bapt 
there privately; educated at Radley and 
at Pembroke College, Oxford, matriculated 
30 January 1884, aged 18, Scholar 1883, 
B.A. 1887, M.A. 1890 (Honours: 2nd-class 
Classical Mods. 1885, 3rd-class Classics 1887). 



younger dau. of Jesse Garratt of 
Meopham, co. Kent, by Mary his wife, dau. 
of Robert Allen of Ruxley, co. Kent; bora 
at Hockenden, co. Kent, 15 January 1877; 
marr. at Nurstead, co. Kent (by the BLev. 
Edward Bartram, D.D., Rector of Wakes 
Colne, CO. Essex, assisted by the Rev. Sidney 
Charles Bagot, Curate of Homingsham, 
CO. Wilts, brother of the bridegroom), on 
Thursday, 18 June 1903. 



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Helen Cecilia Mary, bom at 68 York 
Mansions, Battersea Park, on Monday, 
19 June, bapt. at All Saints', Battersea 
Park, 15 July 1905. 



Harold Frederic Bagot, bom at 
Harpsden Rectory, Henley-on- 
Thames, 9 February, bapt at 
Harpsden 10 March 1867 ; 
educated at Haileybury and at 
Downton Agricultural College ; 
died at Kilvrough, near 
Swansea, co. Glamorgan, aged 
27, on Tuesday, 16 October, 
bur. at Pennard, co. Glamorgan, 
19 October 1894. 



Mary Harriet Agnes, 
bom at Hari^en 
Rectory, Henley-on- 
Thames, on Tuesday, 
13 October, bapt at 
Harpsden 8 No- 
vember 1868. 



Rev. Sidney Charles Bagot, bom at 
Harpsden Rectory, Henley-on-Thames, 
on Thursday, 10 AprU, bapt at 
Harpsden 11 May 1873; educated at 
Radley and at Keble College, Oxford, 
matriculated 15 October 1892, aged 
19, B.A. 1895, M.A. 1900; Curate 
of St Wilfred's, Cuckfield, co. Sussex, 
1896-99, and of Homingsham, co. 
Wilts, from 1900. 



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Emily Mary, bom 24 September, bapt. at Blithfield, co. Stafford, 24 October 1823 ; marr. at 
St Peter's, Eaton Square, London, 25 June 1850, the Rev. the Hon**** Geoige Thomas Orlando 
Bridgeman (2nd son of George Augustus Frederick Henry, 2nd Earl of Bradford, by Georgina 
Elizabeth his wife, only dau. of Sii" Thomas Moncreiffe of Moncreiffe, co. Perth, 5th Baronet) ; 
bom at Castle Bromwich, co. Warwick, 21 August, bapt. there 27 August 1823; educated at 
Harrow and at I'l^ty College, Cambridge, M.A. 1845 ; Rector of Willey, co. Salop, 1850-53, 
of Blymhill, co. Stafford, 1853-64, Rural Dean of Brewood 1863-64, Rector of Wigan, co. 
Lancaster, 1864, Hon. Chaplain to Queen Victoria 1868, Chaplain-in-Ordinary 1872 until his 
death, Hon. Canon of Chester 1872-80, Rural Dean of Wigan 1873, Hon. Canon of Liverpool 
1880; Author of "History of the Church and Manor of Wigan," 1890; died at The Hall, 
Wigan, aged 72, on Monday, 25 November, bur. at Blymhill 30 November 1895. Will dated 
10 June 1879, ^^^ eleven axiicils dated 28 June 1883 to i January 1892, proved (Prin. Reg., 
II, 96), 25 January 1896, by the Rev. Ernest Riduu-d Orlando Bridgeman, son, one of the 
Etors. She died at Brighton, co. Sussex, aged 30, on Tuesday, 13 December, and was bur. at 
Blymhill 21 December 1853. =p 



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Mary Isabel, bom 28 April, bapt. at Blithfield 12 June 1825 ; marr. 25 July 1843, Sir William 
Henry, Viscount Downe, in the Peerage of Ireland; bom 15 May 181 2; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 31 March 1830, aged 17, and also 13 December 1832, B.A. 1833, M.A. 
1837; M.P. for CO. Rutland 1841-46; succeeded his father as 7th Viscount 23 May 1846; 
died at Torquay, co. Devon, in his 45th year, on Monday, 26 January 1857. Will dated 
2 December 1854, proved at York 24 July 1857, by Mary Isabel, Viscountess Downe, of 
Baldersby Park, co. York, relict, the sole Executrix. Proved (P.C.C. 534, 57) 31 July 1857, by 
the aforesaid. She marr. sndly at Beningborough, co. York (by the Rev. Frederic Bagot), on 
Tuesday, 6 January 1863, Sidney Leveson Lane of Baldersby Park and of Wykeham Abbey, 
both CO. York (3rd son of John Newton Lane of King's Bromley Manor, co. Stafford, J.P. and 
D.L., by the Hon*>^ Agnes his wife, 2nd dau. of William, 2nd Baron Bagot) ; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 31 May 1849, aged 18, B.A. 1853 ; called to the Bar at the Middle 
Temple 1858 ; J.P. and D.L. for the North Riding, co. York, J.P. for co. Nohhampton, on the 
roll for High Sheriff for co. York 1900. She died in Belgrave Square, London, on Saturday, 
14 April, and was bur. in the churchyard at Baldersby 19 April 1900. 



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AMHERST. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Gules three tiltiiig-spears 
erector. 

Crest — On a mount vert three like spears one in pale and two in 
saldre enfiled with a wreath of laurel proper. 

Supporters. — Dexter: A Canadian Indian of a swarthy or bright copper 
colour, his exterior arm embowed holding an axe erect proper, 
rings in his nose and ears and bracelets on his arms and 
wrists aigent, over his shoulders two buff belts in saltire, one 
with his powder horn the other with his scalping knife affixed 
thereto, before him a short apron azure, tied round his waist 
with a string gules, having also blue gaiters seamed or, the 
legs fastened and fettered with a chain to the bracelet on the 
exterior wrist proper; Sinister: A like Canadian Indian, 
holding in his exterior hand a wand argent, thereon a 
scalp proper. 

Motto. — Constantii et virtute. 



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Hon^ Sarah, dau. an^ 
coheir of Andrew, 2nd 
and last Lord Archer, by 
Sarah his wife, elder daiu 
of James West of Alscot, 
coXj\o}ic&&ies{see Pedigree 
of West, ''Notes'' to 
" Visitatian of Engiand 
and Wales;' VoL 6, 

>»^^^); ^>oni 19 Juiy» 
bapt at St. Geoige's, 
Hanover Square, Lon- 
don, 27 July 1762 ; 
marr. there 24 July 
1800. She marr. istly 
at the house of Sir 
James Tylney-Long, 7th 
Baronet, in Grosvenor 
Place, London, 20 May 
1788, her cousin, Other 
Hickman, Earl of 
Plymouth and Lord 
Windsor ; bom 30 May, 
bapt at St. George^ 
Hanover Square, 26 June 
1751; succeeded his 
father as 5th Earl of 
Plymouth and nth Lord 
Windsor 20 April 1771; 
Colonel Glamorganshire 
Mititia 1779 ; F.R.S. 
1773, F.S.A. 1790; died 
at Grosvenor Street, 
London, aged 48, leaving 
issue, 12 June 1799, 
bur. in the family vault 
at Hewell Grange, co. 
Worcester. She died at 
Grosvenor Street, Lon- 
don, 27 May, and was 
bur. at Sevenoaks, 
CO. Kent, 5 June 1838. 
ist wife. 



id-^The Rt Hon^ William Pitt Amherst,- 
Earl Amherst, Viscount Holmesdale 
and Baron Amherst, P.C (only son 
of Lieut.-General William Amherst 
fbrother of Jeffery, ist Baron Amherst, 
K.B., P.C, Field-Marshal, Commander- 
in-Chief in North America 1758-64], 
by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Kerrill of Hadlow, co. Kent) ; born at 
Bath, CO. Somerset, 14 January 1773; 
of Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1793, 
M.A. 15 June 1797 ; Lieut-Colonel 
Commandimt St James' Battalion of 
Loyal Volunteers 26 December 1797 ; 
Lord of the Bedchamber to George HL 
1802 to 16 May 1804, and also June 
1804; Ambassador Extraordinary to 
Sicily 16 December 1808; sworn a 
Privy Councillor 30 December 1815; 
Ambassador Extraordinary to China 
8 February 1816 to 17 August 1817; 
Governor-General of Bcsigal 23 October 
1822 to 23 March 1828 ; Lord of the 
Bedchamber to George IV. 29 January 
1820 to March 1823, and 21 No- 
vember 1829 to July 1830, and to 
William IV. 24 July 1830 until his 
death in June 1837; succeeded his 
uncle as 2nd Baron Amherst 3 August 
1797 ; created Viscount Holmesdale 
of Holmesdale, co. Kent, and Earl 
Amherst of Arracan, in the East Indies, 
in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, 
19 December 1826; G.C.H. 1834; 
died at Knole Park, co. Kent, aged 84, 
on Friday, 13 March, bur. at Sevenoaks 
21 March 1857. Will dated 17 January 
1845, ^^ fo^ codicils dated respec- 
tively 3 July 1845, 30 June 1849, i July 
185 1 and 19 February 1852, proved 
(P.CC. 343» 57) " May 1857, by the 
Rt HonM« William Pitt, Earl Amherst, 
son, the sole Eitor. 



-Lady Mary, elder dau. of John 
Frederick, 3rd Duke of Dorset, 
by Arabella Diana his wife^ 
dau. and coheir of Sir Charles 
Cope, Baronet; bom 30 July 
1792, and bapt. at St George's^ 
Hanover Square, London ; 
coheir of her brother, Geoige 
John Frederick, 4th Duke of 
Dorset, and inherited the £amily 
estate of Knole in February 
1815; marr. at Knole 25 May 
1839. She marr. istly at 
Knole 5 August 181 1, Other 
Archer, Earl of Plymouth and 
Lord Windsor; bom 2 July 
1789; educated at Harrow; 
Colonel Worcestershire Yeo- 
manry Cavalry ; succeeded his 
father as 6th Earl of Plymouth 
and 1 2th Lord Win<^r 12 
June 1799 ; died s.p., aged 44, 
on board his yacht at Deptford, 
CO. Kent, on Wednesday, 10 
July 1833, bur* ^ ^^ ^mily 
vault at Tardebeck, co. 
Worcester. She died s.p. at 
Bournemouth, ca Hants, in 
her 73rd year, 20 July 1864. 
WiU dated 21 April i860, with 
two codicils dated respectively 
19 February 1864 and 3 May 
1864, prov^ (Prin. Reg., 224, 
65) 12 April 1865, by the 
Hon^« Mortimer Sackville 
West of 15 Chester Square, 
CO. Middlesex, nephew, and 
Frederick Ilfid NichoU of 
18 Carey Street, Lincoln^s 
Inn Fields, London, the Eftors. 
2nd wife. 



Sarah Elizabeth Pitt, bapt 9 July 1801 ; marr. at St George's, Hanover Square, London, 
8 September 1842, Sir John Hay Williams-Hay of Boddwyddan, co. Flint, Baronet (son of 
Sir John Williams, Baronet, by Margaret his wife, dau. and heir of Hugh Williams of Tyfry, 
CO. Anglesea); bom 9 January 1794; succeeded his father as 2nd Baronet 9 October 1830; 
assumed by Royal Licence dated 16 May 1842, the additional name of Hay ; died at Bodelwyddan, 
in his 66th year, on Saturday, 10 September 1859. Will with codicil dated i February 
1859, proved (Prin. Reg., 767, 59) 28 December 1859, by the Rt Hon"* William Pitt, 
Earl Amherst of Montreal, Sevenoaks, co. Kent, and Sir Hugh Williams of Bodelwyddan, 
brother, two of the Elors. She died at Rhianva, co. Anglesea, aged 75, on Tuesday, 8 August 
1876. Will dated 25 May i860, with two codicils dated respectively 21 March 1870 and 19 
January 1871, proved (Prin. Rejj., 823, 76) 28 October 1876, by the Rt Hon"« William Pitt, 
Earl Amherst, brother, the surviving Elor. ^ 

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Jeffery Amherst, 
bom at his father's 
resideiice, Montreal, 
SevenoakSyCO.Kent^ 
29 August, bapt. at 
the parish church, 
Sevenoaks, 16 Oc- 
tober 1802 ; died 
unmarried at Bar- 
rackpc^ Bengal, 
India, in his 24th 
year, on Wednesday, 
2 August 1826. 



William Pitt Amherst, Earl 
Viscount Holmesdale, and Baron 
Amherst; bom at Lower Grosvenor 
Street, London, 3 September, bapt 
at the parish church, Sevenoaks, 
2 November 1805 ; educated at 
Westminster School and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, 2nd-class Classics 
1827, B.A. 31 January 1828; Captain 
West Kent Regiment of Militia 22 
January 1829, Captain West Kent 
Regiment of Yeomanry 17 February 
1831; M.P. for East Grinstead 
1830-32 ; D.L. for co. Kent 16 Feb- 
ruary 1831 ; succeeded his fiither as 
2nd Earl 13 March 1857 ; died at 
Montreal, Sevenoaks, in his 81 st year, 
on Friday, 26 March 1886. Will 
dated 28 August 1862, with four 
codicils dated respectively 3 May 
1875, 9 August 1876, 26 February 
1877 and 29 October 1877, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 597, 86) 23 July 1886, 
by the Rt. Hon"* WQliam Archer, 
Earl Amherst, son, the sole Eitor. 



Amherst,-|-Gertmd( 



le, 6tfa dau. of the Rt Rev. 
the Hon"« Hujrh Percy, D.D., 
Bishop of Carlisle [brother of 
George, stfa Duke of Northumber- 
land], by Mary his ist wife, dau. 
of the Most Rev. Charles Manners- 
Sutton, Archbishop of Canterbury; 
bom 30 August 1814; marr. at 
Sion House, Isleworth, co. Middle- 
sex, the seat of the Duke of 
Northumberland (by her father), on 
Saturday, 12 July 1834; died at 
32 Rutland Gate, Knightsbridgei 
London, aged 75, on Sundav, 27 
April 1890^ bur. at Riverhead, 
ca Kent Will dated 13 January 
1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 901, 90) 
27 October 1890 by the Rt 
Hon"- William Archer, Earl 
Amherst, son, and the Hon"* 
Lady Margaret Catherine Amherst, 
of 7 Gloucester Place, Portman 
Square, London, spinster, dauc^ter« 
the Etors. 



Lady Julia Mann Comwallis (who- 
by Royal Licence dated 22 October 
1844, ^''^ authorized to bear the 
surname of Comwallis only), 
only surviving dau. and heir of 
James, 5th and last Earl Com- 
wallis, by Julia his 3rd wife, 
4th dau. of Thomas Bacon of 
Redlands, co. Berks; bom at 
Linton Place, co. Kent, on Tues- 
day, 2 July, bapt at Linton 23 
July 1844; marr. there (by the 
Rev. Thomas Garden Carter, the 
Vicar) on Wednesday, 27 August 
1862; succeeded to the estate of 
linton Place on the death of her 
father, 21 May 1852; died s.p. at 
Linton Place, in her 39th year, on 
Saturday, i September, bur. at 
Linton 7 September 1883. Will 
dated 17 February 1866, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 127, 84) 2X February 
1884, by the Rt Hon"« William 
Archer, Baron Amherst, the sole 
Eftor. ist wife. 



-William Archer Amherst, Earl— Alice D'Alton, eldest 



Amherst, Viscount Holmesdale, 
and Baron Amherst; bom at Lower 
Brook Street, London, 26 March, 
bapt at St George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 3 May 1836; 
educated at Eton; Captain Cold- 
stream Guards 1855-62, served in 
the Crimea and was severely 
wounded at Inkerman (medal with 
three clasps). Captain 37th Kent 
Royal Volunteers 1866-67; J.P. 
and D.L. for ca Kent; M.P. for 
West Kent 1859-68, and for Mid- 
Kent 1868-80; Pro-Grand Master 
English Freemasons, since 1898, 
Pr<>Grand Master, Kent, since 
i860; a Knight of Justice of St 
John of JeriuBalem in England ; 
Patron of the livings of Taroworth, 
CO. Warwick, and alternately of 
Asterby, co. Lincoln; called to 
the House of Lords in his 
father's Barony of Amherst 1880 ; 
succeeded his &ther as 3rd Earl 
26 March 1886. 



dau. of Edmund 
Probyn of Huntly 
Manor,co. Gloucester; 
marr. at ChristChurch, 
Down Street, Picca- 
dilly, London (by the 
Rt Rev. William Basil 
Jones, Bishop of 
St David's, assisted 
by the Rev. the 
Hon"* Percy Arthur 
Amherst), on Wed- 
nesday, 25 September 
1889. She marr. istly 
at Huntly, on Wed- 
nesday, 15 May 1878, 
as his 2nd wife, Emest 
Augustus Malet, Earl 
of Lisbume, who died 
at St Leonard's-on- 
Sea, CO. Sussex, leaving 
issue, on Saturday, 
31 March t888. 2nd 
wife. 



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Frederick Campbell Amherst, bom at Lower Grosvenor Street, London, lo March 1807; 
died unmarried at the Earl of Plymouth's residence, Hewell Grange, co. Worcester, 
aged 22, on Monday, 12 October 1829. 



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Mary Sarah, bom at Great Cumberland Place, London, on Monday, 
8 May 1837 ; marr. by special licence at Riverhead, co. Kent, on 
Thursday, 15 October 1857, Wilbraham, Baron Egerton of Tatton, 
afterwards Earl Egerton of Tatton and Viscount Salford; bom at 
Tatton Park, co. Chester, 17 January 1832; educated at Eton and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 23 May 1850, aged 18, B.A. 1854, 
M.A. 1862 ; M.P. for North Cheshire 1858-68, and for Mid-Cheshire 
1868-83; J.P. for CO. Chester; Lord-Lieutenant and Custos Rotu- 
lomm for co. Chester, and for the city of Chester ; Chairman of 
Quarter Sessions for co. Chester; an Ecclesiastical Commissioner 1880; 
Major Earl of Chester's Yeomanry Cavalry i July 1881 ; Chancellor 
of the Order of St John of Jemsalem in England; Governor of 
Queen Anne's Bounty; Past Pro-Grand Master of Freemasons of 
Cheshire 1886- 1900; Past Provincial Grand Master of Mark Masons 
of England; Chairman of the Manchester Ship Canal Company 
1887-94; succeeded his father as 2nd Baron Egerton 21 February 
1883; created Earl Egerton of Tatton, in the county Palatine of 
Chester, and Viscount Salford in the county Palatine of Lancaster in 
the Peerage of the United Kingdom 22 July 1897. She died at 
Eastbourne, co. Sussex, on Saturday, 17 December, and was bur. at 
Rostherne, co. Chester, 21 December 1892. He marr. 2ndly at the 
private chapel, Lambeth Palace (by the Most Rev. Edward White 
Benson, Archbishop of Canterbury), 8 August 1894, Lady Alice Anne 
(Lady of Justice of Order of St. John of Jemsidem), eldest dau. of 
Sir Graham Graham-Montgomery of Stanhope, co. Peebles, 3rd 
Baronet, and widow of Richard Plantagenet Campbell, 3rd Duke 
and Marquess of Buckingham and Chandos, P.C, G.C.S.I., CLE., 
D.C.L., who died at Chandos House, Cavendish Square, London, 
without male issue, when the Dukedom became extinct, on Tuesday, 
26 March 1889. =y= 

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Frederick Amherst, 
bom at Montreal, 
Sevenoaks, co. Kent, 
on Thursday, 6 De- 
cember 1838, bapt 
at the parish church, 
Sevenoaks, i Feb- 
ruary 1839 ; Cap- 
tain 14th Hussars, 
formerly Captain 
Royal Navy, served 
in the Baltic 1854 
-55, Lieutenant West 
Kent Yeomanry 
Cavalry 1876-81 ; 
died at Montreal, 
Sevenoaks, in his 
57th year, on Friday, 
15 March 1895, 
bur. at Riverhead. 
Will dated 19 July 
1888, proved (Prin. 
R^-»523>95)4May 
1895, by the Hon"« 
Hugh Amherst, re- 
tired Captain in 
Her Majesty's Army, 
brother, one of the 



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Rev. Percy Arthur Amherst, 
bom at Montreal, Sevenoaks, 
CO. Kent, on Saturday, 30 
November 1839, bapt. at the 
parish church, Sevenoaks, 
9 January 1840; educated 
at Eton and at Trinity Col- 
lege, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1858, B.A. 
1862 ; Curate of Ketteringi 
CO. Northampton, 1863-65, 
of Black Bourton, co. Berks, 
1879-81, and of Hungerford, 
CO. Berks, 1888-89; marr. 
20 February 1874, Agnes 
Laura, dau. of Edward Stack; 
she died s.p. 18 June 1887. 



Gertrude Elizabeth, bom at ELnole, co. Kent, on Friday, 
4 February 1842; died unmarried at Hastings, co. Sussex, 
aged 20, on Monday, 8 September, bur. at Sevenoaks 
15 September 1862. 

Constance Harriet, bom at Montreal, Sevenoaks, on Tuesday, 
28 February, bapt. at the parish church, Sevenoaks, 9 May 
1843 ; marr. at Riverhead, co. Kent (by the Rev. the Hon"* 
Percy Arthur Amherst, assisted by the Rev. James McGibbon 
Bum-Murdoch), on Wednesday, 8 November 187 1, Sir Arthur 
Edward Middleton of Belsay Castle, co. Northumberland, 
Baronet (elder son of Charles Atticus Monck, by Laura his 
wife, dau. of Sir Matthew White Ridley, Baronet); bom at 
Humshaugh, co. Northumberland, 12 January 1838 ; of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1856, 
B.A. 1859; M.P. for Durham 1874-80; J.P. for co. North- 
umberland, Higl^ Sheriff 1884; resumed, with his brother 
Henry Nicholas, the family surname of Middleton in lieu of 
Monck, by Deed PoU dated 17 February 1876; succeeded his 
grandfather. Sir Charles Miles Lambert Monck, as 7th Baronet 
20 July 1867. She died at Belsay, aged 36, on Tuesday, 
7 October, and was bur. at Bolam, co. Northumberland, 
9 October 1879. =?= 



Jeffery Charles Amherst, bom at 
Montreal, Sevenoaks, 3 October, 
bapt. at the parish church, 
Sevenoaks, 23 November 1844 ; 
Captain Rifle Brigade; died at 
Cannes, France, aged 32, on 
Wednesday, 14 March 1877. 
Admon was granted at the 
Principal Registry 5 January 1888, 
to the Rt HonW« William Archer, 
Earl Amherst, the sole ESor of 
will of the Rt. Hon"* William 
Pitt, Earl Amherst, father and 
next of kin. 



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Josceline George Herbert Amherst, 
bom at 66 Grosvenor Street, 
London, on Sunday, 7 June, bapt 
at the parish church, Sevenoaks, 
10 July 1846; a Student of the 
Inner Temple 12 January 187 1, 
called to the Bar 30 April 1874; 
Member of Legislative Council, 
West Australia, formerly Private 
Secretary to Governor of West 
Australia; died suddenly at Holmes- 
dale, Darlington, West Australia, 
aged 53, on Thursday, i February 
1900. 



Margaret Catharine, 
bom at Grosvenor 
Street, London, on 
Friday, 23 June, bapt. 
at the parish church, 
Sevenoaks, 2 August 
1848. 



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Elinor, bom at Montreal, Sevenoaks, co. Kent| on Tuesday, 
22 January, bapt at the parish chiux:h, Sevenoaks, lo April 1850; 
marr. there (by the Ven^* George Anthony Denison, Archdeacon of 
Taunton, assisted by the Rev. James McGibbon Bum-Murdoch), 
on Thursday, 25 October 1877, William Evelyn Denison of 
Ossington Hall, Newark-on-Trent, co. Nottingham, elder son of 
Colonel Sir William Thomas Denison, K.C.B., R.E., by Caroline 
Lucy his wife, and dau. of Admiral Sir Phipps Hornby, G.C.B. 
(and nephew of John Evelyn, Viscount Ossington of Ossington, 
sometime Speaker of the House of Commons) ; bom 2$ February 
1843; educated at Eton; Lieutenant Royal Horse Artillery 16 February 
1864, Captain i September 1876 (retired); M.P. (or co. Nottingham 
1874-80; J.P. and D.L. for co. Nottingham, High Sheriff 1895. 



Charlotte Florentia, 
bom zi August, 
bapt at the parish 
church, Sevenoaks, 
7 November 1851. 



Hugh Amherst, bom at Grosvenor 
Street, London, on Wednesday, 
30 January 1856 ; Captain ist Bat- 
talion Coldstream Guards 1875, 
Captain 105th and 107th Regiments 
1887 ; in Nile Expedition 1884-85, 
with Guards' Camel Corps (medal 
with two clasps, Khedive's Star). 



■Hon^ Eleanor Clementina St. Aubjrn, 5th dau. of John, 
ist Baron St Levan, by Lady Elizabe^ Clementina his 
wife, dau. of John, 4th Marquess Townshend ; bom at 
Pendrea, co. Comwall, on Tuesday, 5 January 1869; 
marr. at St George's, Hanover Square, London (by the 
Rev. Edmund St Aubyn, assisted by the Rev. the Hon^® 
Percy Arthur Amherst and the Rev. Henry James 
Kitcat), on Thursday, 2 January 1896. 



Jeffery John Archer Amherst, Joan Gertrude 

bom at 8 Cormaught Street, Elizabeth, bom 

Hyde Park, London, on Sunday, 17 August 1899. 
13 December 1896. 



Mary Evelyn, bom 
at Weymouth, co. 
Dorset, on Thurs- 
day, I May 1902. 



Humphrey \^lliam 
Amherst, bom 25 
July 1903. 






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Arms, — Sable a chevron ennine between thre6 ettdil^ai^i^t. 
Crest. — ^A leopard's head erased. 
Motto, — ^Verite soyct ma garde. 



Sturgeon Nunn Brewster of White Notley Hall, co. 
(4th son of William Brewster of White Notley Hall [who 
died, aged 55, i August 1795, and was bur. at White Notley. 
M.I.], by Rose his \rife [who died, aged 87, 21 October 1829, 
and was bur. at White Notley. M.I.], dau. of Philip Nunn 
of Otten Belchamp, co. Essex); bom 26 October 1775; died, 
aged 65, 8 November, bur. in the family vault near chancel 
door at White Notley 16 November 1840. M.I. Will dated 
12 October 1839, with codicil dated 11 March 1840, proved 
(P.C.C. 249, 41) 24 April 1841, by Robert Brewster and 
Sturgeon Nunn Brewster, sons, the E&ors. Portrait at 
jS/. Gtrmain^s Raady Forest Hill^ co. Kent^ in the possession 
of Sturgeon Nunn Prefyman Brewster^ his grandson^ also 
another at Brantham House^ Ipswich^ co. Suffolk^ in the 
possession of the Rev. James George Brewster^ his grandson. 



Essex-pMaify, dau. of John Biirder of 
Great Yeldham, co. Essex; 
bapt at Great Yeldham 
15 November 1781 ; marr. 
there 27 June 1803; ^^ 
at Great Bardfield Lodge, 
CO. £ssex, aged 71, 11 April, 
bur. in the . family vault 
near chaiicel door at White 
Notley 20 April 1853. M.L 
Portrait at Brantham House^ 
Ipswich^ in the possession 
of the Rev. James George 
Brewster^ her gf^ahdson. 



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Mary Anne, bom at White Notley and 
bapt there 13 May 1804; marr. at 
White Notley 8 February 1834, the 
Rev. William Alder; of St Peter's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1832 ; Vicar 
of White Notley; died s.p., in his 
71st year, at 6 Gordon Street, Gordon 
Square, London, on Palm Sunday, 
9 April 1876, bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery. Will dated 19 December 
187 1, proved (Prin. Reg., 455, 76) 
2 June 1876, by Charles Baring 
Gardiner of 9 Denmark Terrace, 
Brighton, co. Sussex, and Henry 
Strange Hume of 154 Hampstead 
Road, Ix)ndon, two of the Eftors. 
She died at 14 Queen Anne's Gardens, 
Bedford Park, co. 3liddlesex, aged 78, 
25 March 1883, and was bur. in 
Highgate Cemetery. Will dated 10 
March 1883, proved (Prin. Reg., 279, 
83) 18 April 1883, by Maria Josephine 
de la Belinaye of 7 Torrington Place, 
Gordon Square, London, spinster, the 
sole Executrix. =?= 



Robert Brewster ol 
ford, CO. Essex, and 
afterwards of Liverpool, 
CO. Lancaster, Solicitor ; 
bom at White Notley 
10 August, bapt there 
8 September 1805; died at 
his residence, 3 Croxteth 
Road, Princes Park, 
Liverpool, in his 71st 
year, on Friday, 24 March, 
bur. at Liverpool 28 
March 1876. Will dated 
10 August 1872, with 
codicil dated 17 September 
1875, proved at Liverpool 
26 April 1876, by Philip 
Denton Toosey of Upper 
Parliament Street, Liver- 
pool, and Thomas Hunter 
Holderness of Abercromby 
Square, Liverpool, the 
ESors. 



fChelms-*^Margaret, 



dau. of Matthew 
Mare of Hanley, co. Staf- 
ford; bom at Hanley 17 
February 1809, and bapt 
there; marr. at Wybun- 
bury, CO. Chester, 19 
November 183^ ; died at 
South Road, Bumingham, 
I January, bur. at Liverpool 
5 January 1886. AdAon 
was granted at Liverpool 24 
February 1886, to Sarah 
Mary Toosey, wife of 
Philip Denton Toosey of 
60 Upper Parliament 
Street, Liverpool, daughter, 
and one of the next of 
kin. 



Saiah Mary, bom at Springfield, co. Essex, 2 September, bapt at Chelmsford 10 October 1838; 
marr. at Liverpool 4 May 1865, Philip Denton Toosey of Northfidd, Albury, co. Surrey (son of 
the Rev. Osbert Denton Toosey, Incumbent of Queenborough, co. Kent, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Thomas Carter of Lewknor, co. Oxford) ; bom at Rotherfield Peppard, 
CO. Oxford, 12 May 1836, bapt. at Caversham, co. Oxford, 5 May 1839. 



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James Brewster of Ashford Lodge,* 
Halstead, co. Essex; bom at White 
Notley, ca Essex, 8 March, bapt there 
7 April 1807 ; J.P. for co. Essex ; 
Chairman of the Colne Valley Railway; 
died at Ashford Lodge, Halstead, aged 
83, on Thuri^day, 20 March, bur. at 
Halstead 35 March 1890. Memorial 
window in St. Andrew's Church, 
Halstead Will dated 11 September 
1889, proved at Ipswich 6 May 1890, 
by the Rev. James George Brewster of 
Stratford St Mary, co. Suffolk, and 
Charles Edward Brewster of Maplestead 
Hall, Little Maplestead, co. Essex, 
sons, the ESors. 




-Mary Ann, dau. of 
George Asser Gepp 
of Chelmsford, co. 
Essex, Surgeon, by 
Elizabeth Wilhelmina 
his ¥rife, dau. of 
Francis Sutton ; bom 
at Chelmsford 25 De- 
cember 18 10, and 
bapt the next day 
(baptism registered at 
Chelmsford; ; marr. 
at Chelmsford 14 
November 1839; died 
from the result of a 
carriage accident, in 
her 64th year, on 
Monday, 24 August, 
bur. at Halstead 28 
August 1874. 



Harriett, bapt at White Notley 
17 February 1809; marr. there 
7 March 1839, the Rev. 
Christopher Atkinson of Bury 
St Edmunds, co. Suffolk, who 
died, aged 36, in 1839. Will 
dated 15 April 1839, proved 
(P.CC. 733 Vaughan) 26 
December 1839, by Harriett 
Atkinson, relict, one of the 
ESors. Power reserved to 
the Rev. William Atkinson, 
brother, the other Elor. 
She died at Great Bardfield 
Lodge, CO. Essex, i^ed 37, 
6 September, and was bur. in 
the family vault near chancel 
door at White Notley 11 
September 1846. M.L 



Rev. James George Brewster of-pAHce, 3rd dau. of William Rivington of the Upper Heath, 



Ashford Lodge, Halstead ; bom 
at Maplestead Hall, Little 
Maplestead, 16 January, bapt at 
Little Maplestead 14 February 
184X ; educated at Rugby and 
at Pembroke College, Oxford, 
matriculated 4 June 1861, aged 
20, B.A. 1864, M.A. 1868; 
Rector of Stratford St M^ 
1 880-1 902,. licenced to officiate 
in the diocese of Norwich 1903. 



Hampstead, co. Middlesex {see Pedigree of Rivington^ 
yo^* 3y P<^^ ^3)% by Jane his 2nd wife, dau. of John 
Hillman of Highgate, co. Middlesex, and of Foster Lane, 
London; bom at Kentish Town, co. Middlesex, 2 September 
1843; marr. at the parish church, Hampstead (by the 
Rev. William Pester Chappel, Rector of Camborne, co. 
Comwall, assisted by the Rev. Charles Musgrave Harvey, 
Rector of Acton, co. Middlesex, and the Rev. Charlton 
Lane, the Vicar), on Thursday, 27 April 1871 ; died at 
Alnwick, co. Northumberland, in her 57th year, on 
Thursday, 17 August, bur. at Stratford St Mary on Monday, 
21 August 1899. 



Anne Catherine, bom at Springfield, co. Essex, 31 July 1840; marr. at the 
Catholic Apostolic Church, Canning Street, Liverpool (by the Rev. John 
Rankin), on Thursday, 9 March 1876, Stephen Senneck of 30 Grosvenor 
Street, Coventry, co. Warwick (only surviving son of the Rev. Henry 
Senneck, by EHza Lesage his wife, dau. of Samuel Clement); bom at 
Grindall Place, St. Bees, co. Cumberland, 19 August, bapt at the parish 
church, St. Bees (by the Rev. Miles Atkinson), 31 August 1845. She 
died at 30 Grosvenor Street, Coventry, 5 January, and was bur. in the 
churchyard at Keresley, co. Warwick, 8 January 1903. 



Margaret Emma, 
died, aged 14 
months, 12 June, 
bur. at White 
Notley 16 June 
1845. M.L 



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Louisa, bapt. at 
White Notley, CO. 
Essex, 1 1 Sep- 
tember 1810 ; 
died in ihfancyi 
bur. at White 
Notley* 



Elizabeth Felgate,nrSturgeon Nunn Brewster of— Mary, eldest daii. of 
dau. of John 
Pretyman ; born 
at Ramsholt, co. 
Suffolk ; marr. 
at Ipswich, CO. 
Suffolk, 30 Sep- 
tember 1 856; died, 
aged 47» i4 Oc- 
tober, bur. in 
the cemetery at 
Ipswich 19 Oc- 
tober 1872. ist 
wife; 



Great Bardfield Lodge, after- the Rev. Percy Smith, 

wards of White Colne, both co. Rector of Pattiswick, 

Essex; born 10 March, bapt. co. Essex; marr. at 

at White Notley 8 June 181 2; All Saints', Bayswater, 

died suddenly at "St Agnes," London, 3 December 

Halstead, co. Essex, in his 1882. She marr. 

75 th year, on Tuesday, 25 2ndly at St. Stephen'Si 

May, bur. in the family vault Paddington, London 

near chancel door at White (by the Rev. William 

Notley 29 May 1886. M.I. Henry Creaton), on 

Will dated 2 April 1886, Tuesday, 24 November 

proved (Prin. R^., 693, 86) 1891, Walter Edmimd 

30 August 1886, by Sturgeon Clarke, eldest son of 

Nunn Pretyman Brewster of Edwin Clarke of Oak 

II New Inn, Strand, London, Hill, Tean, co. Stafford, 

son, one of the Eitors. 2nd wife. 



Annie Elizabeth, born 14 November, bapt. at Great Bardfield 13 December 1857 ; marr. at the 
parish church, St. Pancras, London, 7 June 1882, Edgar Henry Ehrummond (son of Henry 
Pilkington Drummond of Ipswich, M.D.); born 6 September 1844. 



Mary Elizabeth, 
bom at Maple- 
stead Hall, Little 
Maplestead, co. 
Essex, 23 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at 
Little Maplestead 
20 March 1842. 



Frances Harriet, bom at Maplestead Hall 8 July, bapt at Little Maplestead 
30 July 1843; marr. at St Andrew's, Halstead, co. Essex (by the Rev. 
Edward Francis Gepp, Vicar of High Easter, co. Essex, assisted by the 
Rev. Charles Bumey, the Vicar), on Thursday, 13 August 1863, the 
Rev. Charles Musgrave Harvey (elder son of the Rev. Richard Harvey, 
Rector of Homsey, co. Middlesex, and Canon of Gloucester, by Elisa his 
wife, dau. of Thomson Hankey of Portland Place, London); bom at 
Homsey 11 May, bapt at St. Mary's, Hornsey, 15 July 1837; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 17 October 1855, aged 18, B.A. 1859, M.A. 
1862; Rector of Acton, co. Middlesex, 1869-95, Vicar of HilUngdon, 
CO. Middlesex, 1895, Rural Dean of Uxbridge, co. Middlesex, 1896, 
Prebendary of Islington in St Paul's Cathedral 1903. 



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Alice Mary, born 
at Hampstead, 
CO. Middlesex, 4 
April, bapt there 
10 May 1872. 



Rev. Arthur James Brewster, bom at The^=»Julia Maud, 2nd dau. of Thomas 

Abbey, Daventry, co. Northampton, on Sanderson Fumiss of Higham 

Tuesday, 26 August, bapt at Daventry 

3 October 1873; educated at Marlborough 

and at University College, Oxford, 

matriculated 15 October 1892, aged 19, 

B.A. 1895, M.A. 1899; Curate of Leeds 

1897, Cradley, co. Hereford, 1897-99, 

and Dunstable, co. Bedford, 1900-1904, 

Domestic Chaplain to the Bishop of 

Gloucester since 1905. 



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House, CO. Suffolk, J.P., by 
Mary his wife, dau. of Edward 
Fisher Sanderson, of New York, 
U.S. A., and of Endcliffe Grange, 
CO. York; bom 28 June 1870; 
marr. at Higham (by the father 
of the bridegroom, assisted by 
the Rev. John Barrington 
Pelham, the Vicar), on St. 
Andrew's Day, Wednesday, 
30 November 1904. 



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Emma, bom at White Notley, oo. Essex, in 1814 ; marr. at St Andrew's, 
Halstcad, co. Essex (by the Rer. Charles Bumej, the Vicar, assisted 
by the Rev. Edward Francis Gepp, Vicar of High Easter, co. Essex), on 
Tuesday, 31 July i860, Philip Mann Wilmot of Camden Crescent, Bath, 
CO. Somerset, M.D. ; died at 8 Richmond Hill, Bath, aged 90, on 
Thursday, 19 December 1895, and biu:. at Bath. Will dated 4 November 
1895, proved at Bristol 18 February 1896, by George Norman, Surgeon, 
and Henry Filkes Hooper, retired Captain in the Army, the Eitors. She 
died at Richmond Hill, Bath, aged 80, on Wednesday, 9 May 1894, and 
was bur. at Bath. Will dated 6 November 1878, with codicil dated 
15 March 1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 733, 94) 19 June 1894, by Edward 
Heath and Herbert Meade-Eling, gent, the E&ors. 



William Frederick 
Brewster, bapt. at 
White Notley 12 
July 181 7 ; died 
aged 9 months, 
and bur. at White 
Notley 19 March 
1818. 



Stuigeon Nunn Pretyman'jConstanceWilhelmina, eldest 
Brewster of King's Bench dau. of the Rev. John Hall 
Walk, Temple, London, Doe, Vicar of Eaton Bray, 
and of St Germain's co. Bedford; marr. at St 
Road, Forest Hill, co. Clement Danes', Strand, 
Kent; bom 15 May London, on Wednesday, 30 
1859; educated at Felsted September 1885. 
School; Solicitor. y^ 



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Walter 

Brewster of Pem- 
berton, Fielding, 
New Zealand ; 
bom 30 No- 
vember 1863. 



ie Annie, 4th 
dau. of W. H. 
Holmes of To 
Ara ; marr. at 
Wellington, New 
Zealand, on Wed- 
nesday, 4 August 
1897. 



Howard David Brewster, bom 
19 June 1899, and bapt at 
Pemberton, Fielding. 



Arthur Sturgeon Brewster, bom 
10 October 1901, and bapt at 
Pemberton, Fielding. 



Agnes Rose, bom 
at Maplestead 
Hall, LitUe 

Mi^lestead, co. 
Essex, 13 Sep- 
tember, bapt at 
Little M£4>lestead 
II October 1844. 



Emily Margaret, bom at Maplestead 
Hall 22 July, bapt at Little Maple- 
stead 16 August 1846; marr. at 
St. Andrew's, Halstead (by the 
Rev. James Geoige Brewster, 
brother of the bride, assisted by 
the Rev. Charles Musgrave Harvey, 
brother-in-law of the bride), on 
Wednesday, i May 1867, Charles 
William Start (son of John Start of 
The Moat, Pebmarsh, co. Essex, 
by Emma his wife); bom at The 
Moat, Pebmarsh, 19 June, bapt at 
Pebmarsh 9 July 1832 ; J.P. for co. 
Essex. 



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Edith Jane, bom at Maplestead Hall 
21 January, bapt at Little Maplestead 
19 March 1848*; marr. at St Andrew's, 
Halstead (by the Rev. James George 
Brewster, Rector of Stradbrd St Mary, 
brother of the bride, assisted by 
the Rev. Charles Green, Vicar of 
St Paul's, Beckenham, co. Kent, 
brother of the bridegroom, and the 
Rev. David Ingles, the Vicar), on 
Thursday, 13 November 1884, William 
Green (son of William Green of 
Durham); bom 19 August 1824; 
J.P. for CO. Durham. 



Helen Agnes, bom at The 
Abbey, Daventry, co. North- 
ampton, on Friday, 16 April, 
bapt at Daventry 9 June 1875. 



Constance Dorothy, bom at 
Stratford St Mary, co. 
Suffolk, on Monday, 11 
June, bapt there 20 July 
1877. 



Harold John Brewster, bom 
at Stratford St. Mary 1 2 April, 
bapt there 29 May 1881 ; 
educated at Marlborough ; 
Civil Engineer. 



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Edwin Frederic Brewster of- 
White Notley Hall, co. Essex; 
bom at White Notley Hall 
27 January, bapt at White 
Notley 30 April 18 19; died 
suddenly at 32 Fellows Road, 
South Hampstead, co. Middle- 
sex, in his 69th year, on 
Thursday, 17 February, bur. 
at White Notley 22 February 
1887. M.I. Will dated 9 June 
1882, with two codicils dated 
respectively 23 April 1883 and 
17 April 1884, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 196, 87) 22 March 1887, 
by Hannah Wood Brewster, 
relict, and Cuthbert Hugh 
Brewster, gent, son, both of 
, 32 Fellows Road, South 
Hampstead, two of the E&ors. 



-Hannah Wood, eldest dau. of Thomas 
Samson of Upwey, co. Dorset, by 
Hannah James his wife, dau. of George 
James Wood of Athelhampton Hall, co. 
Dorset; born at Shilvinghampton, co. 
Dorset, 27 July, bapt at Portesham, 
CO. Dorset, 24 August 1828; marr. 
at Longbredy, co. Dorset, 4 July 
1850; died at Beech Holme, Hampton 
Hill, CO. Middlesex, aged 63, on 
Friday, 16 October 1891, and bur. 
at White Notley. M.I. Will dated 
13 September 1890, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1068, 91) 25 November 1 891, by 
Frederick William Brewster, retired 
Lieut.-Colonel in Her Majesty's Army, 
son, and Hannah Maude Brewster, 
spinster, daughter, both of Beech 
Holme, Hampton Hill, the E&ors. 



Clara, bapt at White 
Notley 26 August 
1821 ; died at Bath, 
CO. Somerset, aged 
73, on Tuesday, 9 
October, bur. inLans- 
downe Cemetery, 
Bath, 13 October 
1894. Will dated 
4 November i886» 
proved (Prin. R^., 
1066, 94) 15 No- 
vember 1894, by 
the Rev. Charles 
Musgrave Harvey 
and Frank Postle 
Bawtree, gent, the 
Eitors. 



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Lieut-Colonel Frederick William Brewster, 
bom at White Notley Hall 7 August, bapt. 
at White Notley 21 August 185 1; educated 
at Felsted School ; appointed Lieutenant 
ist Battalion 9th (Norfolk) Regiment of 
Foot 29 May 1872, Captain i July 1881, 
Major 5 September 1883, Lieut-Colonel 
19 September 1890, retired i October 
1890; served in the Burmese War 1887-89, 
including the first expedition to the Chin 
Hills (medal with clasp). 



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Hannah Maude, bom 
at White Notley Hall 
23 August 1855, bapt 
in the private chapel 
there (baptism regis- 
tered at the Catholic 
Apostolic Church, 
Braintree, co. Essex). 



Humphrey Wood Brewster, 
bom at White Notley Hall 
7 July 1859, bapt in 
^e private chapel there 
(baptism registered at the 
Cadiolic Apostolic Church, 
Braintree) ; educated at 
Felsted School; died at 
White Notley Hall, aged 
22, on Tuesday, 18 Oc- 
tober, bur. at White Notley 
25 October 1881. M.L 



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John Felgate Brewster*=Laura Jane, youngest dau. David William Brewster, bom at Rush- 

of Bedford; bom at of George Hodgkinson of mere, co. Suffolk, 12 January, bapt at 

Martlesham, co. Suffolk, Chester ; marr. at St Rushmere St Andrew 24 February 

30 September, bapt George's, Bloomsbuiy, 1868; educated at Felsted School 

there 12 October 1865. London, i June 1906. Senior Exhibitioner 1885. 



Charles Edwaa-d Brewster of Maplestead-7-Elizabeth Sarah, younger dau. of the Rev. William 

Thomas Beckett, Rector of Ingoldesthorpe, co. 
Norfolk, by Elizabeth Sarah his wife, dau. of John 
Barrow; bom at Harlow Common, co. Essex, 
24 May 1850; marr. at Ingoldesthorpe (by the 
Rev. William Philip Beckett, assisted by the Rev. 
Willoughby Willey Dickinson) on Thursday, 8 April 
1875. 

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Hall, CO. Essex ; bom at ~ Maple- 
stead Hall 21 July, bapt. at Little 
Maplestead 19 August 1849; educated 
at Felsted School and at Rugby; J.P. 
for CO. Essex ; Member of Essex County 
Council, afterwards Chairman of Halstead 
Rural District Council and Board of 
Guardians. 



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Cuthbert Hugh Brewster,"7-Eleanor Constance, dau. of David 



born at White Notley 
Hall, CO. Essex, 2 March 
1 86 1, bapt. in the private 
chapel there (baptism 
registered at the Catholic 
Apostolic Church, Brain- 
tree, CO. Essex) ; educated 
at Felsted School. 



Henry Owen, Senior Registrar 
Probate and Divorce Division, 
by Emily his wife, dau. of Captain 
Bayford Butler, R.N. ; bom at 
8 Neville Terrace, Brompton, 
London, 20 June, bapt at the 
Catholic Apostolic Church, Collie 
Street, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, in 
July 1864 ; marr. at the Catholic 
Apostolic Church, Gordon Square, 
London, on Monday, 2 January 
1888. 



Mabel Grace, bom at White 
Notley Hall i September 1862, 
bapt. in the private chapel 
there (baptism registered at 
the Catholic Apostolic Church, 
Braintree). 

Mildred Blanche, bom at White 
Notley Hall 14 February 1864, 
bapt in the private chapel 
there (baptism registered at 
the Catholic Apostolic Church, 
Braintree). 



Joan Firth, bom 
at Gravesend, co. 
Kent, 16 May 
1890, and bapt 
at the Catholic 
Apostolic Church, 
Gordon Square, 
London. 



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Henry John Brewster, 
bom at Orlando, 
Orange County, Fla., 
U.S.A., 24 June, and 
bapt there privately 
in July 1891. 



Hugh Percival Brewster, 
bom at St. Elmo, Tenn., 
U.S.A., 9 October, and 
bapt at the Episcopal 
Church, Chattanooga, 
Tenn., in November 
1892, 



Basil Theodore Brewster, 
bom at Gravesend 31 
December 1896, bapt at 
the Catholic Apostolic 
Church, College Street, 
Chelsea, in January 1897. 



Clement JamesBrewster, 
bom at Maplestead Hall 
4 December 1879, bapt. 
at Little Maplestead 
27 January 1880. 



Henry Charles Brewster, 
born at Maplestead Hall, 
CO. Essex, on Thursday, 
3 Febmary, bapt at Little 
Maplestead 5 March 
1876; Lieutenant Royal 
Naval Reserve. 



Katherine Mary, born 
at Maplestead Hall on 
Thursday, 22 March, 
bapt at Little Maple- 
stead 22 April 1877. 



Edward Hugh 
Brewster, bom at 
Maplestead Hall 
9 June, bapt. at 
Little Maplestead 
7 July 1878. 



I 
Margaret Ehzabeth, 

bom at Maplestead 

Hall 25 April, bapt 

at Little Maplestead 

29 May 1881. 



Eleanor Georgina, bom 
at Maplestead Hall 
I June, bapt. at Little 
Maplestead i July 1883. 



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Winifred, bom at 
Maplestead Hall 24 
May, bapt. at Little 
Maplestead 2 1 June 
1885. 



I 
Joan, bom at Maplestead 
Hall 18 October, bapt 
at Great Maplestead 14 
November 1886. 



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Maigaret Phyllis, bom 
at White Notley Hall, 
CO. Essex, 26 August 
1865, bapt in the 
private chapel there 
(baptism registered at 
the Catholic Apostolic 
Church, Braintree, co. 
Essex); marr. at the 
Catholic Apostolic 
Church, Gordon Square, 
London, on Thursday, 
29 March 1894, William 
Jones of Cheltenham, 
CO. Gloucester, eldest 
son of William SaviUe 
Jones. 



Robert Ferdinand Brewster,' 
bom at White Notley Hall 
16 July 1867, bapt. in 
the private chapel there 
^ptism registered at the 
Catholic Apostolic Church, 
Braintree) ; educated at 
Felsted School; appointed 
Lieutenant Royal Artillery 
18 February 1886, Captain 
21 December 1896, Major 
2 November 1904. 



■j-Katherine Louisa Varenne, dau. of Allan 
McLean of Bincleaves House, Weymouth, 
CO. Dorest, J.P., V.D., M.D., Colonel 
Commanding Dorset Volunteer Artillery, 
by Catherine Georgiana his wife, dau. of 
Hanbury Pargeter of Weymouth; bora at 
Portland, co. Dorset, 10 October, bapt at 
Sl John's, Portland, 29 November 1881 ; 
marr. at Holy Trinity, Weymouth (by 
the Rev. Lewen Biuton Weldon, D.D., 
assisted by the Rev. Canon John 
Augustine Beazor and the Rev. August 
Frederick John Danneman), on Wednes- 
day, 23 March 1904. 



Katharine Hannah Varenne, bom at 
Bincleaves House, Weymouth, on 
Sunday, i July, bapt at Holy Trinity, 
Weymouth, 9 August 1906. 



Theresa Madeline 
Abigail, bom at 
White Notley Hall 
27 April 1870, 
bs^t in the private 
chapel there (bap- 
tism r^;ister^ 
at the Catholic 
Apostolic Churchy 
Braintree). 



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Bertram Brewster of»Bertha Christina, 3rd dau. of Charles Morgan of 
" Mostynd^e," Merton D'Eresby House, Ealing, co. Middlesex, by Jessy 
Harcourt his We, dau. of Robert Hunt of 
Ireland and of London ; bom at Turoham 
Green, co. Middlesex, 17 March 1865, and 
bapt. at St John's, Ealing ; man. at St. Bamabas', 
Bexhill, CO. Sussex (by the Rev. Percy Herbert 
Preston, assisted by the Rev. Edward Mortlock)» 
on Saturday, 6 October 1900. 



Park, CO. Surrey; bom 
at White Notley Hall 25 
December z868, bapt in 
the private chapel there 
(baptism registered at 
the Catholic Apostolic 
Church, Braintree) ; 
educated at Felsted 
School 




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Arms en record in the Cettege rfArms.— 
Ermine three cats passant goardant sable 
within a bordore axnre. 

Crest —A boar's head erased asare in 
front of an arrow in bend sinister point 
downwards and surmounted by a like 
arrow in bend dexter both proper. 

Motto,— 'liW. desperandom. 



William Adams of Fenton 
and of Bagnall, both co. Stafford 
(son of Richard Adams of Cob- 
ridge Gate and Bagnall [bom 17 
August 1739, died 19 April 181 1, 
being the 3rd son of William 
Adams of Bagnall], by Elizabeth his 
wife, eldest dau. of John Jackson of 
Greenwood Hall, co. Stafford [bom 
there 27 February, bapt. at Norton- 
in-the-Moors, co. Stafford, 17 March 
1744, and buried by the side of 
her husband in the family Vault 
at Norton-in-the-Moors 11 March 
iS34])> bom 20 July, bapt. at 
St Mary's, Bucknall-cum-Bagnkll, 13 
September 1772; Churchwarden of 
Bagnall 1801-1805 ; died at Fenton 
Hall 2 December, bur. at the parish 
church, Stoke-on-Trent, co. Stafford, 
9 December 1829. Mural tablet 
in the church there. 'Portrait at 
Moretan House^ Wolstanton^ co, 
Stafford^ by Keeling^ in the possession 
of Percy Walter Lewis Adams^ his 
great-grandson. 



Hall^-Sarah, 



eldest dau. 
and eventually 
heir of Lewis 
Heath of The 
Hadderidge, Burs- 
lem, CO. Stafford; 
bom 2 1 March, 
bapt. at the 
parish chim:h, 
Burslem, 3 April 
1774; marr. there 
18 January 1793; 
died at The 
Watlands, Wol- 
stanton, 9 March, 
bur. in the family 
vault at Stoke-on- 
Trent 14 March 
1846. Portrait 
by Keeling painted 
in iSig^ in 
the possession of 
Percy Walter Leivis 
Adams, her great- 
grandson. 



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Anne, bom 2 December, bapt at 
the parish church, Burslem, 29 
December 1793; ™*n^« *^ the 
parish church, Stoke-on-Trent, 
15 September 181 7, Joseph 
Twigg of Bank House, near 
Burslem (son of William T¥dgg, 
by Sarah his wife); bom 15 Sep- 
tember 1780; Chief Constable of 
Burslem 1825; died 4 December, 
bur. at St. Paul's, Dale Hall, 
CO. Stafford, 10 December 1861. 
She died at Bank House, near 
Burslem, 5 November, and was 
bur. at St Paul's, Dale Hall, 
12 November 1857. 



Sarah, bom at Bagnall 2 September 1796, bapt there 
{Register missing) ; marr. at the parish church, Stoke-on- 
Trent, 4 July 1827, Janies Guest of Medlock Cottage, 
Ardwick, co. Lancaster, and of Bowdon, co. Chester 
(son of Henry Guest, by Mary hb wife) ; bom 14 July 
1796. She died 5 February, and was bur. at St Luke's, 
Chorlton-on-Medlock, co. Lancaster, 10 February 1831. 
He marr. 2ndly, Jane, dau. of Charles Cross of 
Manchester, first Borough Reeve of Manchester 1828; 
bom in June 1805; died s.p. 29 September, bur. at the 
parish church, Bowdon, 4 October 1880. He died 
9 July, and was bur. at the parish church, Bowdon, 
13 July 1885. Admon was granted at Chester 17 August 
1885, to Lettice Guest of Rose Hill, Bowdon, spinster, 
daughter by first wife, and only next of kin. 



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William Adams of Greenfield and of Newfield Hall, both co. Stafford,- 
and of Liverpool; bom at Bagnall, co. Stafford, 9 November 1798, 
and bapt. there (Register mtssing); educated at Wolstanton, 
(by the Rev. Edward Carless), and at Chapel Chorlton, both 
CO. Stafford; died at Rhyl, co. Flint, aged 66, on Monday, 23 
October, bur. in Christ Church Churchyard, Tunstall, co. Stafford, 
30 October 1865. Mural Tablet in the church at Wolstanton, by the 
side of tablets to the memory of some of his ancestors who were 
buried within the church in the i6th century. Will dated 7 June 
1865, proved (Prin. Reg., 735, 65) 18 December 1865, by William 
Adams of Wolstanton and Thomas Adams of Tunstall, sons, the 
E&ors. Portrait at Barlastan^ co, Stafford^ by Scott^ in the possession 
of William Adams^ his grandson. 




-Jane, eldest dau. and 
coheir [with her sister 
Mary, wife of Edward 
Adams of Basford Hall, 
CO. Stafford] of Jesse 
Breeze of Greenfield, 
near Tunstall [will 
dated 26 July 1826]; 
bom 6 November 1804 ; 
marr. at Wolstanton 
9 May 1827 ; died 
at Gre^ifield, aged 59, 
on Thursday, 21 July, 
bur. in Chnst Churdi 
Churchyard, Tunstall, 
28 July 1864. Portrait 
at Barlaston by Scott, 
in the possession of 
WilUam Adams^ her 
grandson. 



Sarah, bom at Greenfield 20 
March, bapt at the parish 
church, Burslem, co. Stafford, 
7 May 1828; marr. at Christ 
Church, Tunstall (by the 
Rev. Charles John Astbury, 
Curate of Preston, co. 
Lancaster, brother of the 
bridegroom, assisted by the 
Rev. Robert Hawes, B.D., 
the Incumbent, and ^e Rev. 
Robert Fletcher, Incumbent 
of St. Thomas', Radcliffe, 
CO. Lancaster), on Thursday, 
9 May 1867, Harry Ward 
Astbury of Stand Lodge, 
Radcliffe (eldest son of John 
Meir Astbury of Stand Lodge) ; 
bom 9 March 1831 ; died 
s.p. at Burbage, co. Derby, 
26 November, bur. there 29 
November 1900. 



Jane, bora at Greenfield 
12 July, bapt at the 
parish church, Burslem, 
21 July 1829; died there 
4 January, bur. in the 
family vault in Christ 
Church Churchyard, 
Tunstall, 8 January 
1889. Admon was 
granted at the Principal 
Registry 24 July 1889, 
to William Adams of 
"The Oaks," Wolstan- 
ton, brother. 



Lettice, bom at Liverpool 7 February, 
bapt. at St. Augustme's, Liverpool, 

12 March 1831 ; marr. at Christ 
Church, Tunstall (by the Rev. James 
Bames), 18 April 1855, Charles 
Challinor of Basford HaU, formerly 
of Stoke Lodge, StokeK>n-Trent, 
both CO. Stafford (youngest son of 
William Challinor of Leek, co. 
Stafford); bom 19 July 1829; died 
at Fenton, aged 64, on Monday, 

13 February, bur. at Wolstanton 16 
February 1893. Will dated 2 Feb- 
ruary 1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 428, 
93) xo May 1893, by Charles Edward 
Qiallinor and Reginald Challinor, 
sons, and William Lewthwaite, 
son-in-law, the Eitors. She died at 
Basford Hall on Sunday, 20 April, 
and was bur. at Wolstanton 23 
April 1890. Will dated 22 October 
1866, proved (Prin. Reg., 916, 90) 
7 October 1890, by Charles Challinor 
of Basford Hall, the sole Eltor. 



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Lettice, bom at Bagnall, co. 
Stafford, 26 February, bapt at 
St Chad's^ Bagnall (by the 
Rev. Thomas Bowness), 2 March 
1801 ; died at Fenton Hall, co. 
Stafford, la January, bur. in 
the facoily vault in die parish 
churchyard, Stoke-on-Trent, ca 
StafficMrd, 18 January 1827. 



Edward Adams of Basford- 
Hall, near Stoke-on-Trent \ 
bom at Bagnall z6 July, 
bapt. there (by the Rev. 
J. Wootfe) 16 October 1803 ; 
died I January, bur. at 
Wolstanton, co. Stafford, 
5 January 1873. 



-Mary, younger dau. of Jesse 
Breeze of Greenfield, near 
Tunstall, co. Stafford; bom 
10 July 181 1 ; marr. at 
St Augustine's, Liverpool, 
16 July 1834 ; died 29 No- 
vember, bur. at Wolstanton 
3 December 1863. 



William Adams of Greenfield, of Newfield Hall, 
of Wolstanton, all co. Stafford; bom at Liverpool 
13 June, bapt at St Augustine's, Liverpool (by 
the Rev. Thomas Tattenshall), 29 July 1833; 
educated at Rugby 1846-52 ; Lieut-Colonel ist Bat- 
talion Rifle Volunteers; J. P. for co. Stafford 1872; 
Member of the Staffordshire County Council, Chief 
Bailiff of Tunstall 1872; died at Moreton House, 
Wolstanton, aged 71, on Sunday, 5 March, bur. at 
Wolstanton on Wedn^day, 8 March 1905. Mural tablet 
in the church there. Will dated 6 August 1904, proved 
in the Principal R^try 29 April 1905, by Laura 
£liza Adamsi relict, and William Adams, eldest sod, 
the Etors. 



and"T^Laura Eliza, eldest dau. of Andrew 
Jukes Worthington of Ball Haye 
Hall, CO. Stafford, by Sarah his 
wife, eldest dau. of Thomas 
Pemberton of Warstone Hall, co. 
Warwick ; bom 6 September, bapt 
at Horton, co. Stafford, 14 October 
1840; marr. at St Luke's, Leek, 
ca Stafford (by the Rev. Benjamin 
Pidcock, the Incumbent, assisted 
by the Rev. Jeremiah Barnes), on 
Thursday, 26 May 1864. 



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Laura Mildred, bom at "The Oaks," 
Wolstanton, on Friday, 5 May, bapt. at the 
parish church, Wolstanton (by the Rev. John 
Smith Hill), i June 1865 (Sponsors : Thomas 
Adams of Greenfield, near Tunstall, Sarah 
Adams of Greenfield and Alice Elizabeth 
Worthington of Ball Haye Hall, Leek). 



Cecily Janet, bom at "The Oaks," Wolstanton, 
on Monday, 24 September, bapt at Wol- 
stanton (by the Rev. Thomas Bell Armitstead) 
15 November 1866 (Sponsors : Ernest Andrew 
Worthington of Hareyate, Leek, Emily Jane 
Worthington of Ball Hayei Hall, Leek, and 
Jane Adams of Greenfield, near Tunstall). 



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Lewis Adams of "The Watlands," Wdlstanton, co. Stafford; bom at 
Bagnall, ca Stafford, ii July, bkpt there (by the Rev. J. Woolfe) 
14 July 18^5; Master of the North Staffordiiiire karriers 1836-40; 
first Chief Bailiff of Stoke-on-Trent, co. Stafford, 1840-42; died 
unmarried 23 September, bur. at the pari^ church, Stokeon-Trent, 
28 September 1850. Portrait finth his huntsman and hoo hunters^ by 
Scotty in thi pdsiession of Percy Walttr Lewis Adams^ his great-nephetO. 




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Thomas Adams of 
Liverpool; bom 2a 
May, iMipt. at 
Bagnall (by the Rev. 
W. Feraehotigh^ 31 
May 1807 ; died un- 
tikarried 7 March, 
bur. in the family 
vault at Stoke-on« 
Trent 12 March 
1863. 



Mary, bom at Liverpool 23 November 
1834, bapt at St. Augustine's, Liverpool, 
28 January 1835 ; marr. at Christ 
Church, Tunstall, co. Stafford (by the 
Rev. Dr. Hawes), 4 January 1865, 
William Sunms Bull of Tyn-y-Coed, 
Arthog, CO. Merioneth, formerly of 
Cheltenham, co. Gloucester (eldest son 
of Joseph Bull of Didsbury, co. 
Chester); bom 18 July 1837. She 
died at Tyn-y-Coed, Arthog, on 
Saturday, 30 March, and was bur. at 
St. Mary's, Llanaber, co. Merioneth, 
3 April 1895. y 



Thomas Adams of Greenfield House, Wolstanton; 
bom at Greenfield, near Tunstall, 10 August, bapt 
at Christ Church, Tunstall, 12 October 1836; died 
18 February, bur. in the fiEunily vault in Christ 
Church Churchyard, Tunstall, 22 Felmiary 1905. 
Adfiion (with will dated 15 February 1905) was 
granted at Lichfield 9 May 1905, to Laura Eliza 
Adams, widow, and William Adams, the Etors of 
the will of William Adams, deceased. 



Anne, bom in October, and bapt 19 October 1840 ; 
died 9 December, bur. in the family vault in Christ 
Church Churchyard, Tunstall, 16 December 1842. 



William Adams of Greenfield, of Newfield Hall' 
and Barlaston, all co. Stafford ; bom at ^ The 
Oaks," Wolstanton, on Wednesday, 12 August, bapt 
at Wolstanton (by the Rev. John Thomas Jeffcock, 
the Vicar) 30 September 1868 (Sponsors: Charles 
Challinor of Basford Hall, co. Stafford, the Rev. 
John Thomas Jeffcock, the Vicar, and Rose 
Worthington of Ball Haye Hall, Leek, co. Stafford) ; 
educated at Rugby 1882-87. 



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'Mildred Mary, eldest dau. of the Rev. 
James Jordan Serjeantson, Rector 
of St Michael's, Lichfield, co. Stafford, 
Rural Dean, and of Hanlith Hall in the 
parish of Kirkby Malham, co. York, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of the Rev. 
Thomas Buckley, Rector of St Thomas', 
Old Trafford, co. Lancaster; bom at 
St Michael's Rectory, Lichfield, 14 June, 
bapt at St Michael's, Lichfield, 14 July 
1875; °>^^* ^ St John's, Inverness 
(by die Rev. Somers Smith-Herries), 
on Wednesday, 16 November 1904. 



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Samuel Adamsi born at BunleiiL 
CO. Stafford, 19 May 1809^' died 
4 July, bur. at Burslem ^ Jti^ 
1809. 

Elizabeth, bom at Stoke-on- 
Trent, ca Stafford, 14 July i8fo, 
bapt. ait the parish church, 
Stoke-on-Trent, 8 August 1814; 
$ed unmarried at the Parsonage^ 
PenkhuQ, co. Stafford, 7 July, 
bur. at Stoke-on-Trent 12 July 
1862. 



Frances, bom at Stoke-on-Trent 8 December 1813, bapt at 
iht parish dmrch, Stoke-oo^Trent, 8 August 18x4; marr. 
at SephtoD) co. Lancaster, 8 Julv 1868, as his and wife, 
johii Massey Morris of Burslem (son of Bichard Morris) ; 
died 14 December, bur. at the parish church, Burslem, 
18 December 1869. She marr. 2ndly at Holy Trinity, 
Rhyl, CO. Flint, 30 June 1877, Joseph Walton of Bowdon, 
CO. Chester. She died s.p. 34 February, and was bur. in the 
Adams fisunily vault in the parish churchyard, Stoke-on-Trent, 
1 March 1879. 

Susanna, bom 17 September, bapt at the parish church, 
Stoke-on-Trent, 21 September 1815; died 15 December, 
but. at Norton-in-the-Moors, CO. Stafford, 17 December 1815. 



Hugh Worthington Adams of Newcastle--rClarice 
under-Lyme, co. Stafford; bora at ''The 
Oaks,** Wolstanton, co. Stafford, on Satur- 
day, 12 February, bapt. at Wolstanton (by 
the Rev. John Thomas Teffcock, the Vicar) 
dti Saturday, 10 April 1870 (Sponsors: 
R^inald Newcome Wood of Bignall End, 
CO. Stafford, Phillip Jukes Worthinfl;ton of 
Leek, co. Stafford, and Frances Emily Giles 
of Harboroe, co. Stafford); educated at 
Rwby 1884-87; admitted a Solicitor 1893; 
a (^i-oher for co. Skff6rd (torn t9ot. 



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Sophia, 5th dau. of Charles Bennett Roche 
of Daventiy, co. Northampton, by Charlotte Ryley 
his wife, 4th dau. of Joseph Howe of Coventry, 
CO. Warwick; bom 23 June, bapt. at Daventry 
(by the Rev* John Martyn Collyns, the Rector) 
d September 1874; marr. ^ere (by the Rev. 
Arthur Wilfrid Baynham, Rector of Alvediston, 
CO. Wilts, cousin of the bride, assisted by the 
Rev. Canon John Mar^n Collyns, the Rector, 
and the Rev. Edward James Seymour) on 
Tuesday, 24 July 1900. 



Geraldine Margaret, bom at SpringfiddS) Newcasde-under-Lyme, 
on Wednesday, 29 April, bapt at Hanford (by the Rev. WiUiam 
Matthias Goggs) 4 June 1903. 



Frank Pemberton AdAms of Leek ; bom 
at "The Oaks," Wolstonton, 3 April, 
bapt there (by the Rev. John Thomas 
Jeffcock) 26 May r872 (Sponsors: 
Bdmtma Sutton of Manchester, Walter 
Mo6re Worthington of Leek, and Ellen 
Wood of Henley Hall, Ludlow, co. 
Salop) ; educated at Reptoh 1887-90. 



Percy Walter Lewis Adams of Moreton House, 
Wolstanton; bom at ''The Oaks,** Wolstanton, 
24 January, bapt. there (by the Rev. John Thomas 
Jeffcock) 4 April 1875 (Sponsors: Harry Tichborae 
Davenport of Maer, co. Stafford, M.P., Harvey 
Pembcnton of Edgbaston House, Birmingham, co. 
Warwick, and Helena Jane Challinor of Basford 
Hall, CO, Stafibrd); educated at Rugby 1889-91. 



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Wmllmt of IBKepbrtftge, to* l^urrej* 

Arms, — Azure a hening argent a chief or. 

Crssf. — A demi-sailor leaning on an andior all proper. 

Jlfott0,—Coaa vaiUant se fidt royaame. 



Rev. I^iUp Vailknt (and son of Paul Vaillant of 53 PaU 
London, and of Twickenham House, Twickenham, co. Middlesex, 
J.P. fw CO. Middlesex and Sheriff of London 1759-60, by Theodosia 
Whichcote his and wife, heir of John and Theodore Sydeidiam); 
bom 16 October, bapt at St James', Piccadilly, London, la November 
1767; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated lo^ July 1784, aged 
16, B.A. ai February 1789, M.A. 39 January 1791; ordauied in 
Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, as Deacon 19 December 1790, 
Priest 18 December 1791 ; licensed as Deacon and Priest to Alvescot, 
CO. Oxford, 1790, and 179a as Curate, to the Rev. Thomas Eden; 
Curate at the parish church, Ealing, co. Middlesex, 1797-98, admitted 
Rector of Stoke d'Abemon (formerly Stoke D'Albome), co. Surrey, 
2$ August 1801, on the presentation of his father, which living he 
held until his death (the advowson was sold by Paul Vaillant's 
executors in 1803) ; died at the Rectory, Stoke d'Abemon, aged 79, 
on Tuesday, la May, bur. at St. Mary's, Stoke d'Abernon, 19 May 
1846. Memorial tablet on West wall of St Mary's, Stoke d'Abemon, 
also a memorial cross erected to him and his family in 1899. ^^^ 
dated 18 March 1843, with two codicils dated respectively 7 May 
1844 and 31 October 1845, proved (P.C.C. 471, 46) ^ June 1846, by 
WilUam Frederick Gostling and Charles Geoige Banmster, the Etors. 



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Mall,^lizabeth, eldest dau. 
of John Balchen of St 
Catherine's Hill, near 
Guildford, and of Cedar 
House^ Cobham, both 
CO. Suriey (cousin of 
Admiral Sir John 
Balchen, Governor of 
Greenwich Hospital), 
by his wife, Elizabeth 
Barker of Cobham ; 
bai)t at St Nicholas', 
Guildford, 13 Septem- 
ber 1774; nuurr. at St 
Mary's, Stoke d'Aber- 
non, a4 July 1805 
(marriage settlements 
dated 15 July 1805) ; 
died at the Rectory, 
Stoke d'Abemon, aged 
5a, 4 Febrqary, bur. 
at St Mary's, Stol^e 
d'Abemon, n Feb- 
ruwy 18^7. M.I. 



Theodosia, bom at the 
Rectory, Stoke d'Abemon, 
16 May, bapt at St Mary's, 
Stoke d'Abemon, 15 June 
1806; died unmarried at 
Grove's Hotel, 49 Alber- 
marle Street, London, aged 
36, on Saturday, 4 March, 
bur. at St Mary's, Stoke 
d'Abemon, 11 March 1843. 
M.I. Will dated 30 January 
1843, proved (P.CC. a 16, 43) 
a9 March 1843, by William 
Frederick Gostling, the sole 
El^or. 



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Philip John Vaillant of Thomton«f*Elizabeth, only dau. of 
House, Steynton, co. Pembroke ; 
bom at the Rectory, Stoke d'Aber- 
non, a 8 July, bapt at St. Mary's, 
Stoke d'Abemon, 20 September 
1807 ; Ensign 13th Bombay Native 
Infantry 10 August 1833, Lieutenant 
I May 1825; stationed at Poona; 
died at Thomton House, Steynton, 
in his 72nd year, on Tuesday, 
8 July, bur. in the churchyard at 
Steynton 11 July 1879. Will dated 
I a June 1879, proved (Prin. R^., 
746, 79) a3 August 1879, by 
his daughter, Gertrude Lindsey oi 
Thomton House, widow, the sole 
Executrix. 



Henry Morgan of Middle 
Street Milford Haven, co. 
Pembroke; bom at Middle 
Street, Milfoid Haven, 
3 February, bapt at the 
parish church, Steynton, 
27 February 1814; marr. 
by licence at St Mary's, 
^Haverfordwest, co. Pern- 
broke, 17 January 1833; 
died at Thomton liouse, 
Steynton, aged ^3, 2 a 
February, bur. m the 
churchyard at Steynton a8 
February 1867. 



Gertrude, bom at Middle Street, Milford Haven, 7 June, bapt at the parish church, Steynton, 
19 June 1834 ; marr. there (by the Rev. William Beach Thomas, assisted by the Rev. Walter 
William Vaughan) 16 July 1857, William Henry Lindsey of Dandre, Newport, co. Pembroke 
(eldest son of William Lindsey of 41 Milsom Street, Bath, co. Somerset, by his wife, Elizabeth 
Cockerill of Oswestry, co. Salop); bom at 41 Milsom Street, Bath, 6 August 1817, bapt at 
St Michael's, Bath, 34 December i8ao; died at Goat Street, Haverfordwest, la October bur. 
at St. Thomas', Haverfordwest, 18 October 1863. Admon was granted at the Principal 
Registry 27 October 1864, to Gertrude Lindsey of Thornton House, Steynton, the«eli€t. 



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Frederick Nathaniel Vaillant, 
bom at the Rectory, Stoke 
d'Abemon, co. Surrey, 24 No- 
vember, bapt at St Mary's, 
Stoke d'Abemon, 11 Decent- 
ber 1808; joined the Hon**** 
East India Co.'s Service 
18 October i8a8^ add was 
stationed at Bhooj in 1832, 
Lieutenant and Adjutant 24th 
Bombay Native Iiifantry; died 
at Bombay, India, 6 Novem- 
ber 1832, bur. there the same 
day. M.I. at St Mary's, Stoke 
d'Abemon. Admon (with will 
dated at Bombay 4 November 
1832) was granted (P.C.C. 309 
Teignmauth) 10 May 1834, to 
the Rev. Philip Vaillant, the 
Either. _ 

Frances, bom at the Rectory, 
Stoke d'Abemon, i April, 
bapt at St Mary's, Stoke 
d'Abemon, 29 April 1810; 
died at the Rectory, Stoke 
d'Abemon, aged 16, 16 May, 
bur. at St Mary's, Stoke 
d'Abemon, 20 May 1826. 
M.I. 



Albert Vaillant of <' Meadowlei^" Wey-rGiulia Isabella, 



bridge, CO. Surrey; bom at the Rectory^ 
Stoke d'Abemon, 7 May, bapt. at St Mary's, 
Stoke d'Abemon, it July 1813; joined the 
Hoc^ East India Co.'s Service in i8i8, 
Ensign 13 May 1829; Ensign in Bombcty 
Presidency (25th Regiment) 5 July 1833; 
Lieutenant on Bombay EstabUshment 
12 July 1837, Captain 13 May 1844, 
Adjutant 9th Regiment 14 October 1840, 
Major in the .^Imy in the East Indies 
28 November 1854, also served in the 
27th Bombay Native Infantry; retired from 
H.M. Indian Forces 28 November 1854; 
stationed at Ahmedebad 1837, and at 
Deesa 1840-44; died at '^ Meadowleigh," 
Weybridge, aged 65, on Thursday, 21 No- 
vember, bur. in the cemetery at Weybridge 
26 November 1878. M.I. there and at St 
Mary's, Stoke d'Abemon, also a Memorial 
Window in the South aisle of St James', 
Weybridge. Will dated 28 February 187 1, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 92, 79) 27 January 
1879, by Giulia Isabella VaiUant, relict, and 
Edward Bannister of 13 John Street, 
Bedford Row, London, the Etors. 




younger dau. and 
coheir of Colonel 
Frands Macirone 
of Weybridge 
(eldest son oi 
Peter Augustus 
MacirMe of 
Rome, anld grand- 
son of FrancesPco 
Fib'ppo Ludo- 
vico Melchiore 
Macirone of 
Rome),A.D.C.to 
Joachim Murat, 
Ring of Naples^; 
Knight of the 
Legion of Honour 
and of St George 
of the Two 
Sicilies, &c.; bom 
atShe{^)erton,co. 
Middlesex, 4 Au- 
gust 1828; man*, 
at St James', 
Weybridge (by 
the Rev. William 
GifTord), on Tues- 
day, 8 November 



Reginald Philip VaiUant, bom at Vigo House, Weybridge, on Tuesday, i May, bapt at 
St. Mary's, Stoke d'Abemon, 24 June 1855 ; educated at Temple Grove School, East Sheen, 
and at the Royal Grammar School, Guildford; appointed Sub-Lieutenant Royal London 
Militia 21 February 1874, Lieutenant 12 July 1875, of the ist Battalion 15th Regiment of Foot 
20 November 1875, and of the looth R^ment of Foot (Prince of Wales'), Royal 
Canadians, 26 October 1876, to which he was appointed Instractor of Musketry 22 April 1879 
(Hythe certificate, ist-class extra, dated 8 May 1877); died at Sialkdt, Punjab, India, aged 24, 
on Sunday, 19 October 1879, bur. there the following day. M.I. at Sialkdt and at 
St. Mary's, Stoke d'Abemon, also a Memorial Window in the South aisle of St James', 
Weybridge. Adnion was granted at the Principal Registry 23 June 1880, to Giulia Isabella 
Vaillant of " Heathside," Weybridge, mother, and next of kin. 



Reginald Balchen Henry Vaillant, bom at Middle Street, Milford Haven, co. Pembroke, 
24 June, bapt at the parish church Steynton, co. Pembroke, 15 August 1835; died at 
5 Grove Row, Haverfordwest, co. Pembroke, aged 2 years and 6 month^ 5 November, bur. 
in the churchyard at St Thomas', Haverfordwest, 9 November 1837. 



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Isabel, bom at \ht Rectory, Stoke (FAbemoiii co. 
Surrey, s6 January, bapt at St Mary's, Stoke 
cfAbernon, 5 February 1815; died unmarried at 
tht Rectory, Stoke d'Abemon, aged 31, on 
Tuesday, 21 April, bur. at St Mary's, Stoke 
d'Abemon, 27 April 1846. M.I. Will dated 
90 April 1846, proved (P.CC 313, 46) 30 Afml 
1846, by Captain Philip Gostling, one of the 
Elors. Power reserved to Theodosia Elixabeth 
Hammond, widow, the other Btor. 



Reginald VaiUant, bom at the Rectory, 
Stoke d'Abemon, 23 August 1818, bapt 
at St Mary%, Stoke d'Abemon, 31 
January 1819; educated at the Ro^ 
Grammar School, Guildford, and at Oriel 
College, Oxford, matriculated 13 May 
1836, aged 17; died at the Rectory, 
Stoke d'Abemon, aged 18, on Friday, 
6 January, bur. at St Mary's, Stoke 
d'Abemon, 13 January 1837. M.I. 



Lionel Albert VaiUant of Weybridge,- 
ca Surrey ; bom at Park House, 
Walton-on-Thames, co. Surrey, on 
Sunday, 7 September, bapt at St 
Mary's, Stoke d'Abemon, 16 November 
1856; educated at Westward Ho! The 
Knoll, Famborough, and at Dinard; 
died s.p. at Glenview, Sidmouth, ca 
Devon, aged 27, on Saturday, 9 Feb- 
ruary, bur. in the cemetery at Weybrid^e 
15 Febmary 1884. M.I. there and m 
the church at St Mary's, Stoke d'Abemon. 
Will dated 3 August 1880, proved (Prin. 
Rfg-9 344* S4) 4 April 1884, by Francis 
Villiers Homby of 9 New Court, 
Lincoln's Irm, London, and Lorenzo 
George Dundas of "Auburn," Addle- 
stone, CO. Surrey, a Colonel in the Royal 
London Militia, two of the Etors. 



•Emma Florence, and dau. of Lorenzo George 
Dundas of Clobemon Hall, Ferns, co. Wtxto^ 

i.P. for the counties of Wexford mi Westmeath, 
y Jane Anna Maria his and wife, only child and 
heir oi Thomas Grimston of Ripon, co. YiU'k, 
M.D. ; bom at Auburn, Athlone, ao November, 
bapt at the parish church, Athlone, a8 December 
1857; marr. at Ballycamey, co. Wexford (by the 
Rev. William John Dundas, D.D., Rector of 
Moynalty, co. Meath, unde d the bride, assisted 
by the Archdeaccm of Ferns), on Tuesday, 
3 Au^st 1880 ; marr. andly at St Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, London (by the Rev. Charles ^^ctor 
Merriman, Rector of St Mary's, Hulme, co. 
Lancaster), on Tuesday, a 2 February 1887, George 
Langshaw Merriman of St Michael's Cottage, 
Weybridge, 2nd son of Charles Antony Merriman 
oi Knutsford, co. Chester. 



Philip Vaillant of Oxton, co.« 
Chester; bom at 5 Grove 
Row, Haverfordwest, co. 
Pembroke, 26 August, bapt. at 
St Thomas', Haverfordwest, 
a I September 1837; educated 
at the Grammar School, 
St David's; died at Bow 
Road, London, aged 33, on 
Saturday, la November, bur. 
in the cemetery at Dorking, co. 
Surrey, 18 November 1870. 



■Ann Balchen, only dau. of Joseph Moss Balchen of 
Harrington House, Dorking; bom at East Street, Dorking, 
26 February, bapt at St Martin's, Dorking, 21 April 1847; 
marr. there (by the Rev. William Henry Joyce, the Vicar) 
on Tuesday, 2 October 1866; marr. 2ndly at St Paul's, 
Decking (by the Rev. Philip Hoste), on Saturday, 16 August 
1873, Thomas Henry Austin of Crewkone, ca Somerset; 
marr. 3rdly at Holy Trinity, Sibford Gower, co. Oxfc^ 
II July 1893, Edward Ainge of "The Hollies,'' Sibford 
Gower (eldest son oi David Ainge of The Farm, Tysoe, ca 
Warwick) ; bom at Tysoe 10 January i8a8, and bapt there. 



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Philip VaiUant, bom at Victoria Road, Oxton, 8 April, bapt. at St Martin's, 
Dorking, 7 June 1868; died at the Home Farm, Sibford Gower, aged 23, 
19 July, bur. in the churchyard at Sibford Gower 23 July 1891. M.I. 
Admon was granted at the Principal Registry 7 October 189 1, to Ann 
Balchen Vaillant of 13 Queen's Gardens, West Brighton, co. Sussex, the 
mother. 

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Isabel Bithynia, bom at Holly Lodge, Walton-on-Thames, 
CO. Surrey, on Saturday, 15 May, bapt at St Mary's, 
Stoke d'Abemon, co. Surrey, 19 September 1858; marr. at 
St. James', Weybridge, co. Surrey (by the Rev. Walter 
Baptist Money, the Rector), on Saturday, i September 
1888, Lieut-Colonel Francis Laidley Swan (2nd son of 
Assistant-Commissary-General f*rederick George Swan, 
Army Service Corps, J.P. in St Helena, and grandson 
of Deputy-Commissary-General Thomas Sanders Swan, 
J.P.) ; bom at Napoleon Street, James Town, St Helena, 
II September, bapt at St. James', James Town, 23 
November 1852 ; entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 
ist Royal Dragoons 23 March 1881, Lieutenant 18 June 
1 88 1, Captain East Surrey Regiment 4 April 1888, Adjutant 
4th Volunteer Battalion East Surrey Regiment 3 November 
1890, retired with hon. rank of Lieut-Colonel 8 July 1893; 
Captain Reserve of Officers 4 April 1898, Lieut-Colonel 6th 
Battalion The Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) 
21 May 1900. =f 



Rev. Wilfrid Bernard VaiUant of 
St Fndeswide's, Poplar, co. 
Middlesex, and of St Cross, 
Weybridge, co. Surrey ; bom 
at " Meadowleigh," Weybridge, 
on Friday, 23 September, bapt at 
St Mary's, Stoke d'Abernon, 
20 November 1864 ; educated at 
Radley (15 May 1878 to i August 
1883) and at Christ Church, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 24 May 1883, 
aged 18, B.A. 26 June 1890, 
M.A. 23 April 1 89 1, and Ely 
Theological College 1890-91 ; 
ordained Deacon at Ely 20 
September 1891, and Priest at 
St Paul's Cathedral 18 February 
1894, Curate at Christ Church 
Orford Mission, St. Frideswide's, 
Poplar, 1891-1906. 



Elizabeth, bom at 5 Grove Row, 
Haverfordwest, co. Pembroke, 14 
November, bapt at St Thomas', 
Haverfordwest, 6 December 1838; 
marr. at St Teilos'i Kilrhedyn, co. 
Carmarthen, 28 August i860, David 
William Thomas (eldest son of the 
Rev. David Thomas Thomas, Vicar 
of Trelech-ar-Bettws, co. Carmar- 
then); born at Trelech-ar-Bettws 
21 November 1831, bapt at St 
Teilos', Trelech-ar-Bettws, i January 
1832. She died at Diamentina 
Hospital, Queensland, 19 June, bur. 
in the cemetery at SouUi Brisbane 
20 June 1904. Y 



Albert Vaillant of High-^Frances Wickstead, eldest 



Street, Haverfordwest ; 
bora at s Grove Row, 
Haverfordwest, 14 August, 
bapt at St Thomas', 
Haverfordwest, 7 Septem- 
ber 1840; educated at 
the Grammar School, St. 
David's; died at 21 
Medwin Street, Brixton, 
CO. Surrey, bur. in 
Nunhead Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, i April 1880. 



dau. of Thomas Smith Goode 
of Avellanu, near Haverford- 
west, by Frances Wickstead 
Pinker his wife; bom at 
Moss Side, Hulme, co. 
Lancaster, 5 April 1840; 
marr. at St. Mary's, Haver- 
fordwest (by the Rev. James 
Henry Alexander Philipps of 
Picton Castle, co. Pembroke, 
assisted by the Rev. Henry 
Christian David Chandler), 
on Tuesday, 26 November 
1861. 



Alice Frances Mary, bom at Dark 
Street, Haverfordwest, 24 August, 
bapt. at St Mary's, Haverfordwest, 18 
September 1862 ; marr. at St John's, 
Sydney, New South Wales, 18 Sep- 
tember 1880, Francis Gerard of The 
Grange, Monteagle, and of Wollongona, 
New South Wales (4th son of John 
Gerard of Bristol, co. Gloucester, and 
of Goulburn, New South Wales, by 
Caroline his wife); bom 21 January, 
bapt. at St. Saviour's Cathedral, 
Goulbum, 8 April 1849. 

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Virginia Beatrice, bom at 
Newton Terrace, Padding- 
ton, London, 4 October 
1863, bapt at St Stephen's, 
Paddington, 23 July 1865. 



Archibald Cary Vaillant, 
bom at 55 Talbot Road, 
Paddington, London, 5 May, 
bapt at St Stephen's, 
Paddington, London, 23 July 
1865 ; died 9 November, bur. 
at sea 10 November 1867. 

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Harry Gordon Vaillant, 
bom at Thornton, 
Nelson Street, WoUahra, 
Sydney, New South 
Wales, 19 March, bapt 
at St Matthias', Pad- 
dington, Sydney, 28 
April 1867 ; died at 
Ormuz Cottage, Mudgee, 
Sydney, 25 April, bur. 
in Gordon Cemetery, 
North Sydney, 28 April 
1895. 



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Frederick Nathaniel Vaillant, bom at 
5 Grove Row, Haverfordwest, co. Pem- 
broke, 28 November, bapt. at St. Thomas', 
Haverfordwest, 25 December 1841 ; 
educated at the Grammar School, St. 
David's ; died at 6 Gresham Road, Brixton, 
CO. Surrey, 8 April, bur. in the cemetery 
at Tooting, co. Surrey, 11 April 1906. 
Admon (with will dated 5 January 1874) 
was granted at the Principal Registry 
2 June 1906, to Herbert Campbell Burton. 



Ranald Vaillant, bom at=*Maria, dau. of 

5 Grove Row, Haverfbrdwest, James Marsland 

I May, bapt. at St. Thomas', of Stalybridge, 

Haverfordwest, 27 May 1844; co. Lancaster; 

educated at the Grammar School, marr. at Holy 

Haverfordwest, and at St. Bar- Trinity, Bowen, 

tholomew's Hospital, London ; Queensland, 19 

died at Aramac, Downs of Bowen, July 1874. 
in the district of Marathon, 
Queensland, i March 1876, and 
bur. there the next day. 



Paul Vaillant, bom at 4 Castle 
Terrace, Haverfordwest, 25 May, 
bapt. at St. Martin's, Haverford- 
west, 18 June 1846; educated 
at the Grammar School, Haver- 
fordwest; died at Old Bridge 
House, Haverfordwest, aged 24, 
on Sunday, 18 December, bur. in 
the churchyard at Prendergast, 
CO. Pembroke, 24 December 1870. 



John Balchen Vaillant ofyMary 
Bean, Dartford, co. Kent; 
bom at Scoveston House, 
near Milford Haven, co. 
Pembroke, 30 June, bapt. at 
the parish church, Steynton, 
CO. Pembroke, 2 July 1847 ; 
educated at the Grammar 
School, Haverfordwest, and 
at Fulland's School, Taunton. 



Beatrice, eldest dau. 
of Richard Rice Davies of 
Glanmore Lodge, Swansea, 
CO. Glamorgan; born at 
Pwll Glfis, Mold, CO. Flint, 
8 June, bapt there 4 Sep- 
tember 1857 ; marr. at 
Swansea 7 January 1885. 



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Richard Balchen Vaillant, 
bom at 9 Lozells Road, 
Birmingham, 28 December 
1885, bapt. at Christ Church, 
Gravesend, co. Kent, 20 
March 1904. 



Beatrice Nora, bom at 
9 Lozells Road, Birming- 
ham, 27 March 1887, 
bapt. at Christ Church, 
Gravesend, 20 March 
1904. 



Llewellyn Vaillant, bom at South 
Bank, Bromley, co. Kent, 12 July 
1891 ; died at Bean, Darrford, 15 
November, bur. in the churchyard 
at Stone, co. Kent, 21 November 
1898. 



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iHflilner of ^un appleton, co. f^orfe* 




Selina, dau. of-pSir William MordauntStuit^Harriet Elizabeth, 



Arms on record in the College of 
Arms. — Per pale or and sable a 
chevron between three snaffle 
bridle-bits counter-changed. 

Crest, — A horse's head couped 
argent bridled and maned or 
charged on the neck with a bezant 
between two wings gold. 

Motto, — Addit frena feris. 



the Rt. Hon^e 
Henry Theophi- 
lus Clements of 
Ashfield Lodge^ 
CO. Cavan, P.C, 
M.P., Lieut- 
Colonel 69th 
Regiment of 
Foot, by Catha- 
rine his 2nd 
wife, eldest dau. 
of the Rt. 
Hon"* John 
Beresford, P<C. ; 
bom 17 August 
1780; marr. by 
specisil licence 
at St George's, 
HanoverSquare, 
London, 13 July 
1803; died 28 
May, bur. at 
Bolton Percy, 
West Riding, 
CO. York, 9 June 
1805. I St wife. 

{See Pedigree 
of CUmeHts^ 
''Visitation of 
Ireland^' Vol, 
J, page 2), 



Milner of Nun Appleton, 
CO. York, Baronet (eldest 
son of Sfar William Mor- 
daunt Milner, 3rd Baronet, 
M.P., by Diana his wife, 
eldest dau. of Humphrey 
Sturt of More Crichel, co. 
Dorset); bom 20 October, 
bapt at Bolton Percy 22 
November 1779; educated 
at Eton and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 19 Febraary 1798, 
aged 18 ; succeeded his 
father as 4th Baronet 9 Sep- 
tember 181 1 ; died at his 
residence at Nun Appleton, 
in his 76th year, on 
Saturday, 24 March, bur. 
at Acaster Selby, West 
Riding, co. York, on 
Saturday, 4 April 1855. 
Will dated 24 April 1844, 
with two codicils dated 
respectively 9 December 
1848 and 8 December 
1852, proved (P.C.C. 430, 
55) 14 May 1855, by the 
Hon^'« Edwin Lascelles, 
the EXor named in first 
codicil Power reserved 
to Dame Harriet Elizabeth 
Milner and Henry Riddell, 
the Eitors named in will. 



elder dau. of Lord 
Edward Charles 
Cavendish - Ben- 
tinck (2nd son 
of William, Duke 
of Portland), by 
Elizabeth his wife, 
eldest dau. of 
Richard Cumber- 
land, the dramatist \ 
bom 9 April 1787; 
marr. 8 May 1809; 
died at Towns- 
hend House, The 
Mount, York, aged 
75, on Wednes- 
day, 31 December 
1862, bur. at 
Acaster Selby 6 
January 1863; 
Will dated 29 
January 185^, 
proved at York 
29 January 1863, 
by Henry Beilbjr 
William Milner of 
East Retford, co. 
Nottingham, son, 
the sole Eitor. 
2nd wife. 



Selina Catherine Diana, 
bom in London 18 April 
1804; died at 13 Wilton 
Place Crescent, Knights- 
bridge, London, aged 
30, on Monday, i Sep- 
tember 1834, bur. in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London. 



Catharine Frances Nannette, bom in Old Burlington Street, London, 
31 March 1805; marr. at Bolton Percy 30 August 1827, the Revi 
Canon David Frederick Markhara (son of William Markhara of Becca 
Hall, West Riding, co. York, and grandson of the Most Rev. William 
Markham, Archbishop of York); bona at Becca Hall 11 March 1800; 
of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 7 May 181 8, aged 18, B.A^ 
1822, M.A. 1825 ; Vicar of Addingham, co. Cilmberland, 1825, of 
Stillingfleet, East Riding, co. York, 1824-38, and Rector of Great 
Horkesley, co. Essex, 1838 until his death, appointed Canon of 
Windsor 1827 ; died at the Rectory, Great Horkesley, on Thursday, 
31 March, bur. at Great Horkesley 7 April 1853. Will dated 
2 November 1852, proved (P.C.C. 385, 53) 2 May 1853, by Catharine Frances Nannette 
Markham, relict, one of the Eltors. Power reserved to William Thomas Markham, nephew, 
and Clements Robert Markham, son, the other Eitors. She died at Ashfield Lodge, co. Cavan^ 
aged 71, on Sunday, 7 May 1876, and was bur. at Ashfield. Will dated 4 May 1869, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 501, 76) 6 June 1876, by Clements Robert Markham of 21 Eccleston Square, 
London, and William Wickham of Binsted Wyck, co. Hants, nephew, the EXors. 

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Harriet Emily Mary, bom at Bolton Lodge, in the 
parish of Bolton Percy, West Riding, co. York, 28 May, 
bapt at Bolton Percy i June 18 10; marr. there 
9 December 1828, George Savile Foljambe of Osberton, 
CO. Nottingham, and of Aldwark, North Riding, co. York 
(eldest son of John Savile Foljambe of Aldwark, by 
Elizabeth his wife, eldest dau. of the Rev. the Hon^* 
James Willoughby, LL.D., Rector of Long Marston-cum- 
Hutton, CO. York, afterwards Rector of Guiseley and 
Askham Richard, co. York); bom at Aldwark 4 June, 
bapt. there 15 June 1800; educated at Ealing 1807-14, 
at Eton 1 8 14-17, afterwards with the Rev. Richard Smith, 
Vicar of Edensor, co. Derby, and at St. John's College, 
Cambridge; J. P. and D.L. for co. Nottingham, High 
Sheriff 1826 ; died at Osberton, in his 70th year, at 4 a.m. 
on Saturday, 18 December, bur. in the family vault at 
Scofton, CO. Nottingham, on Thursday, 23 December 
1869. Will dated 29 June i860, proved (Prin. Reg., 
260, 70) 6 April 1870, by Francis John Savile Foljambe 
of Osberton, son, one of the Eitors. Power reserved to 
the Rt. Hon**** John Parker and John Serjeantson, the 
other Eiors. She died at Osberton 28 December 1830, 
and was bur. at Sturton, co. Nottingham, 4 January 1831, 
the remains being subsequently removed to the family 
vault at Scofton on the night of 30 September 1858. 

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Charlotte Catherine, bom at 
Bolton Percy 21 July, bapt. there 
24 July 181 2; marr. at Bolton 
Percy 13 December 1836, the 
Rev. Thomas Egerton (3rd son 
of Wilbraham Egerton of Tatton 
Park, CO. Chester, M.P., J.P. and 
D.L., and brother of William 
Tatton, I St Baron Egerton of 
Tatton) ; bom 16 November 
1809 ; Rector of Dunnington, 
East Riding, co. York; di^ at 
Tatton Park 17 September 1847, 
bur. at Rostheme, co. Chester. 
Will dated so December 1845, 
proved (P.C.C. 770, 47) 19 Oc- 
tober 1847, by the Rev. David 
Frederick Markham and William 
Tatton Egerton, brother, two of 
the Eitors. Power reserved to 
Charlotte Catherine Egerton, 
relict, the other Eltor. She died 
at Whitwell Hall, North Riding, 
CO. York, aged 81, on Sunday, 
1 1 March, and was bur. at Whit- 
well 14 March 1894. Will dated 
15 August 1 89 1, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 662, 94) 1 1 June 1894, by 
George Leycester Egerton, son, 
the surviving E&or. 



Edith Harriet, Eveline Selina, bom at 75 Eaton Place, London, on Thursday, 25 June 1846 ; 

of Heworth marr. at Bolton Percy 14 April 1869, Lieut-Colonel Thomas Ferdinand 

Moor House, Fairfax of Steeton, Biibrough and Newton Kyme, all West Riding, co. York 

North Riding, (eldest son of Thomas Fairfax of Steeton, -Biibrough and Newton Kyme, J.P. 

CO. York; bom and D.L., by Louisa Constantia his wife, dau. of George Ravenscroft of 

at Nun Apple- the Hon^*« East India Company's Service); bom at Newton Kyme 6 October, 

ton, CO. York, bapt. at Boston Spa, co. York, 10 October 1839; Lieutenant 3rd Battalion 

26 Febmary, Grenadier Guards 17 July 1857, Captain 17 May i86i, retired as Lieut- 

bapt at Bolton Colonel 9 April 1870 ; died at Newton Kyme, aged 44, on Friday, 8 February 

Percy 30 April 1884, bur. there. Will dated 22 January 1884, proved at Wakefield 

1845. 28 May 1884, by Francis Hart Dyke of the City of York, the sole Eior. 
She died at Biibrough Grange at 1 2 noon on Sunday, 1 1 Febmary, and was 
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Caroline Elizabeth Mary, bom 
34 November, bapt at Bolton 
Percy, West Riding, co. York, 
7 December 1813 ; marr. 23 
July 1844, Sir John Craven 
Carden of Templemore, co. 
Tipperary, Baronet (eldest son 
of Sir Henry Robert Carden, 
3rd Baronet, by Louisa his wife, 
only child of Frederick Thomp- 
son of Woodville, Queen's 
County); born i December 
1819; D.L. for CO. Tip- 
perary; succeeded his father 
as 4th Baronet 23 March 
1847. Sl^e <^i^ ^ Temple- 
more 5 November 1850. 
Admon was granted at the 
Principal Registry 20 December 
1850, to Sir John Craven 
Carden, Baronet, husband. 
He marr. 2ndly at St. John's 
Episcopal Church, Edinburgh 
(by the Rev. Berkeley Addison), 
on Monday, 21 June 1852, 
Julia Isabella, of Westown, 
Strafian, co. Kildare, only dau. 
of Admiral Charles Gepps 
Robinson of Viewbank, Oban, 
CO. Argyll, R.N. He died 
suddenly at his residence, 
Templemore Abbey, aged 59, 
on Sunday, 23 March 1879. 
Will proved in the Principal 
Registry, Dublin, 3 July 
1879, by Sir John Craven 
Carden of Templemore Abbey, 
Baronet, one of the Etors. 



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Fanny Frederica 
Sophia, born at 
Nun Appleton, 
CO. York, 26 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at 
Bolton Percy 9 
March 1 81 5; died 
unmarried at her 
residence. The 
Mount, Ywk, 
aged 61, -^on 
Wednesday, 12 
April, bur. at 
Acaster Selby, 
West Riding, co. 
York, 18 April 
1876. Will dated 
22 December 
1^75) ^th codicil 
dated 12 April 
1876, proved at 
York 1 2 May 
i876,byEgerton 
Vernon Harcourt 
ofWhitwellHall, 
CO. York, the sole 
Eitor. 



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Geoigina Selina Septima, bom i April, 
bapt at Bolton Percy 7 April 18 16; marr. 
there 19 February 1850, Sir Charles 
William Strickland of Boynton and of 
Hildenley, Whitby Abbey, Robin Hood's 
Bay and North Elmsall, all co. York, 
Baronet (eldest son of Sir George Strick- 
land Cholmley, 7th Baronet, by Mary his 
ist wife, only child of the Rev. Charles 
Constable of Wassand, co. York, and of 
Walcot, CO. Lincoln); bom at Hildenley 
6 February, bapt. privately 1 1 February 
1 8 19 (baptism registered at Appleton-le- 
Street, co. York) ; educated at Rugby and 
at Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1842, 
M. A. 1847 ; Barrister-at-Law of Lincoln's 
Inn and the Middle Temple 1847 ; J.P. 
and D.L. for the East and North Ridings, 
CO. York; succeeded his father as 8th 
Baronet 23 December 1874. She died at 
East Retford, co. Nottingham, aged 48, 
on Tuesday, 14 June, and was bur. in the 
cemetery at Retford 20 June 1864. He 
marr. 2ndly at Thomey, co. Nottingham 
(by the Rev. James Elletson Bigland, the 
Vicar), on Tuesday, 22 May 1866, Anne 
Elizabeth, youngest dau. of the Rev. 
Christopher Nevile of Thomey and Wiseton, 
CO. Nottingham, who died at Hildenley, 
aged 42, on Wednesday, 7 April, and was 
bur. in the churchyard at Robin Hood's 
Bay 10 April 1866. Adinon was granted 
at York 22 October 1886, to Sir Charles 
William Strickland of Hildenley. 



{Seg Pedigree of Strickland^ 
Vol p, page 98.) 



Sir William Mordaunt Milner, Baronet; born at 75 Eaton Place, London, on Wednesday, 
10 May 1848; educated at Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 23 May 1866, 
aged 18; Captain East Yorkshire Militia; succeeded his father as 6th Baronet 
» February 1867; died unmarried at Shepheard's Hotel, C^ro, Egypt, aged 31, on 
Wednesday, 14 April 1880, bur. at Cairo. Will dated 27 January 1875, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 737, 80) 15 September t88o, by Sir Frederick George Milner of Bishopthorpe, 
CO. Yoric, Baronet, brother, the sole E*or. 



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Louisa Diana, born 37 
May, bapt. at Bolton 
Percy, West Riding, co. 
York, I June 1818; 
died unmarried at Ald- 
wark Hall, West Riding, 
CO. York, aged 57, on 
Tuesday, 1 7 August, 
buri in the churchyard at 
Dalton, West Riding, co. 
York, 21 August 1875. 
Will dated 13 February 
1872, proved at York 
20 September 1875, ^Y 
Alfred Mordaunt Eger- 
ton of Aldwark Hall, 
Rotberham, co. York, 
Captain Royal Horse 
Guards, nephew, the 
sole Eitor. 



Sir William Mordaunt Edward-^Lady 
Milner of Nun Appleton^ co. 
York, Baronet ; born at Nun 
Appleton 30 June, bapL at 
Bolton Percy 32 June 1820; 
educated at Eton and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 30 May 1838, aged 
17, B.A. 1841, M.A. 1844; 
M.P. for York 1848-57; 
succeeded his father as 5th 
Baronet 24 March 1855; ^^^ 
at Nun Appleton, aged 46, on 
Tuesday, 12 February, bur. at 
Acaster Selby, West Riding, 
CO. York, 18 February 1867. 
Will dated 2 December 1850, 
proved at York 6 April 1867, 
by Dame Anne Georgina 
Milner of Nun Appleton, 
relict, the sole Executrix. 



Anne Georgina, youngest dau. 
of Frederick Lumley-Savile of Tickhill 
Castle, CO. York, and sister to Richard 
George, 9th Earl of Scarbrough ; bom 
at Tickhill Castle 19 August 1818; 
marr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, 16 April 1844; died at 
48 Eaton Square, London, on 
Friday, 2 February, bur. at Acaster 
Selby 6 February 1877. Will dated 
15 November 1876, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 215, 77) 9 March 1877, by 
Frederick George Milner of 10 St 
James' Street, London, Granville 
Henry Milner of 2 St James' Place, 
London, sons, and Henry John 
Lowndes Graham of 8 Prince's Uate> 
London, the Eiois. 

(&e Pedigree of Scarbrough^ 



The Rt. HonW« Sir Frederick George MilneryH 
of Nun Appleton, Baronet, P.C. ; bom at Nun 
Appleton 7 November 1849, bapt at Bolton 
Percy (by the Most Rev. Thomas Musgrave, 
Archbishop of York) 9 January 1850; 
educated at Eton and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 30 May 1868, aged 
18, B.A. 1873 ; J.P. and D.L. for the West 
Riding, co. York, M.P. for the City of York 
1883-85, and elected for Bassetlaw Division, 
CO. Nottingham, 1890, 1892, 1895 ^"^ 1900; 
sworn a Privy Councillor 1900; succeeded 
his brother as 7th Baronet 14 April 1880. 



on**** Adeline Gertrude Denison, sister of 
Ernest William, 2nd Baron Grimthorpe, 
2nd dau. of William Beckett, M.P., D.L., 
by the Hon^^ Helen Duncombe his wife, 
3rd dau. of William, 2nd Lord Feversham; 
bom at Roundhay Lodge, West Riding, co. 
York, on Saturday, 14 May 1859; marr. at 
Bolton Percy (by the Most Rev. William 
Thomson, Archbishop of York) on Tuesday, 
19 October 1880; died at 11 Hereford 
Gardens, London, aged 43, on Sunday, 6 July, 
bur. at Acaster Selby on Thursday, 10 July 
1902. 



Violet Helen, bom on Thursday, 7 June 1883; marr. at St Mark's, 
North Audley Street, London (by the Rt. Rev. Cosmo Gordon Lang, 
Bishop of Stepney), on Thursday, 10 May 1906, Edward York (eldest son 
of Edward Christopher York of Hut ton Hall, co. York, by Isabel Augusta 
his ist wife, youngest dau. of Thomas Fairfax of Newton Kyme, West 
Riding, co. York); bom at Bilbrough Grange, West Riding, co. York, on 
Tuesday, 16 January 1872; appointed Lieutenant 3rd Battalion (The 
Princess of Wales' Own) Yorkshire Regiment (Militia) 22 October 1892; 
entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant ist Royal Dragoons 12 December 
1894, Lieutenant 14 October 1896^ Captain 22 June 1901, Adjutant 
Leicestershire Imperial Yeomanry 16 February 1903 ; served in South 
African War i899--i902, at relief of Ladysmith, including action at 
Colenso; at operations of 17 to 24 January 1900, and action at Spion 
Kopj action at Vaal Kranz 5 to 7 February 1900^ Tugela Heights 
14 to 27 February 1900, and action at Pieter's Hill; in Natal March to 
June 1900, and in Orange River Colony May to November 1900 ; in 
the Transvaal April to August 1901 and March to 31 May 1902 ; in 
Orange River Colony 30 November 1900 to April 1901, and August 
1901 to March 1902 ; in Cape Colony May 1902 (Queen's medal with 
six clasps, King's medal with two clasps). 

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Doreen Maud, bora 
at 138 Piccadilly, 
London, on Thurs- 
day, 20 May 1886. 



William Frederick 
Victor Mordaunt, 
bom on Monday, 
2 October 1893. 



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Henry Beilby William Milner of West Retford= 
House, CO. Nottingham ; bom 17 December 
1823, and bapt. privately the same day (baptism 
registered at Bolton Percy, West Riding, co. 
York); educated at Eton and at Merton Collie, 
Oxford, matriculated 9 February 1842, aged 18, 
B.A. 1845, Fellow of All Souls' College 1845-54, 
M.A. 1850; died at Kirkstall Grange, Leeds, 
CO. York, aged 52, on Wednesday, 7 June, bur. 
at Acaster Selby, West Riding, co. York, 14 
June 1876. Will dated 3 May 1875, proved 
at Wakefield 20 July 1876, by Charles Edward 
Stephen Cooke of Doncaster, co. York, one 
of the Eitors. 



-Charlotte Henrietta, dau. of the Most Rev. 
Marcus Gervais Beresford, Archbishop of 
Armagh, by Mary his ist wife, dau. of 
Colonel Henry Peisley L'Estrange of Moys- 
town. King's County {see Pedigree of 
r Estrange, ''Visitation of Ireland,'' Vol j, 
page 4p); bom at Kildallen, co. Cavan, 
17 May 1827 ; marr. at Coravahn, co. 
Cavan (by the Rev. Lord John Beresford), 
on Tuesday, 16 August 1853 ; died at 
Armagh on Monday, 15 September, bur. at 
Acaster Selby 20 September 1883. 



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Mary Emmeline Laura, bom 5 November 1854 ; marr. in Henry VIL's Chapel, Westminster 
Abbey (by the Rev. Henry White, Chaplain-in-Ordinary to Queen Victoria), on Tuesday, 
7 August 1877, William Cansfield, Baron Gerard of Bryn, co. Lancaster, D.S.O. ; bom at 
16 Montagu Square, London, on Saturday, 21 June 1851; educated at Oscott Catholic College; 
•Lieutenant 2nd Life Guards 1870-76; Hon. Colonel I^ncashire Hussars (9th Yeomanry 
Brigade); served in Natal 1900 as A.D.C. to General Sir Redvers Henry Buller (medal 
with six clasps and D.S.O.) ; succeeded his father as 2nd Baron and 14th Baronet 15 March 
1887 ; died at Eastwell Park, co. Kent, aged 51, on Wednesday, 30 July, bur. at Gars wood, co. 
Lancaster, with military honours, on Monday, 4 August 1902. Will dated 29 September 
1899, with codicil dated 15 June 1902, proved (Prin. Reg., 28A, 1902) 16 August 1902, by 
Sir Martin Le Marchant Hadisley Gosselin, K.C.M.G., C.B., and Frederick Gerard, the Eitors. 



{See Pedigree of Gerard, VoL p, page 108, also Additions 
and Corrections, VoL 10, page viii.) 



Granville Henry 
Milner, born 28 
December 1852. 



Dudley Francis Milner, bom 9 March, bapt. 
at Acaster Selby 30 April 1854; educated at 
Rugby and at Exeter College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 19 March 1872, aged 18 ; died unmarried 
at Batavia, Island of Java, aged 26, on Easter 
Sunday, 9 April 1882, bur. there. Will dated 
6 July 1881, proved (Prin. Reg., 487, 82) 15 
June 1882, by Granville Henry Milner, brother, 
the sole E2or. 



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Edward Carolus Milner, 
bom I Febraary 1858; 
Lieutenant Coldstream 
Guards; died unmarried 
at Bilbrough Grange, 
West Riding, co. York, 
aged 20, on Tuesday, 
23 April 1878, bur. at 
Bilbrough. 



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Laura Emma, bom 15 May, bapt at Bolton Percy, West Riding, co. York, 23 May 1825; 
marr. there (by the Ven^ William Henry Edward Bentinck, Archdeacon of Westminster) 
bn Thursday, 8 December 1859, Egerton Vernon Harcourt of St. Clare and Whitwell Hall^ 
CO. York (loth son of the Most Rev. Edward Harcourt, Archbishop of York, by Lady Anne 
his wife, 3rd daU. of Granville, ist Marquess of Stafford); born at Rose Castle, co* Cumberland, 
7 June 1803; of Christ Church* Oxford, matriculated i JUne 1821, aged 18, Student 1821-34, 
B.A. 1825, M.A. 1828 ; Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple 1830, R^;istrar of the Diocese 
of York; died at Whitwell Hall, aged 80, on Friday* 19 October 1883, and bur. at Whitwell. 
Will dated 15 May 1880, with three codicils dated respectively 15 April 1882 and 15 October 
1883 (two), proved at York 27 November 1883, by Laura Emma Harcourt of Whitwell Hall, 
relict, and Edwin Gray of the City of York, the Eitors. She died at 3 Minster Court, 
York, aged 63, at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, 5 February* and was bur. in the churchyard at 
Whitwell on Friday, 8 February 1889. Will dated 10 December 1887, with codicU dated 
27 August 1888, proved (Prin. Reg., 224, 89) 13 March 1889, by Leveson Francis Vernon 
Harcourt of 6 Queen Anne's Gate, London, the sole Eitor. 



Edward Milner of West Retford House, co.» 
Nottingham, and of The Grove, Corsham, co. 
Wilts; bom at Aldwark Hall, West Riding, 
to. York, on Saturday, 30 January 1858, and 
bapt at Dalton, West Riding, co. York.; educated 
at Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 

24 May 1877, aged 19; entered the Army as 
2nd Lieutenant 2nd Battalion Scots Guards 
2 February 1881, Lieutenant i July 1881, Captain 
4 May 1892, Major 3 February 1898, retired 

25 February 1903; A.D.C. to Governor and 
Commander-in-Chief, Hong Kong (Sir George 
William Des Voeux, G.C.M.G.), 16 November 
1890 to 7 September 1891, and A.D.C. to 
Governor and Commander-pi-Chief, South 
Australia (Earl of Kintore) 18 March 1892 to 

26 January 1895 ; appointed to H.M. Bodyguard 
of the Hon. Corps of Gentlemen at- Arms 6 May 
1905 ; served in the Soudan Expedition 1885, 
with the 2nd Battalion Scots Guards, and was 
present in the engagements at Hasheen and 
Temai (medal with clasp, and Khedive's bronze 
star) ; served in South African War 1 900-1 902, at 
operations in Orange River Colony May to 29 
November 1900, including actions at Biddulphs- 
berg and Wittebergen (i to 29 July); in the 
Transvaal August to September 1901 ; in Orange 
River Colony 30 November 1900 to August 1901 
(Queen's medal with four clasps). 



'Evelyn Augusta, 
youngest dau. 
of Colonel the 
Hon^ Hercules 
Langford Boyle 
Rowley (2nd 
son of Hercules 
Langford, 2nd 
Baron Langford), 
by Louisa Jane 
his wife, sister of 
Archibald Camp- 
bell, ist Baron 
Blythswood;bom 
atGlensouthwell, 
Rathfamham, co. 
Dublin, on Satur- 
day, 28 March 
1868, and bapt. 
at Whitchurch, 
near Dublin ; 
marr. at St 
Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London, 
19 January 1897. 



Ethel Elizabeth Louisa, 
bom at York on Tues- 
day, 4 September i860; 
marr. by licence at 
St Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, on 
Saturday, 28 October 
1882, John George, 
Earl of Durham ; 
bom on Tuesday, 19 
June 1855 ; educated 
at Eton; Hon. Colonel 
3rd Volunteer Battalion 
Durham lA^t Infantry 
(V.D.), formerly Lieu- 
tenant in Coldstream 
(Guards ; Mayor of 
Durhiun 1899 i Lord- 
Lieutenant and Custos 
Rotuloram for co. 
Durham ; succeeded his 
father as 3rd Earl 27 
November 1879. 



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George Francis Milner, D.S.O. ; bom at i6 Dean's Yard, Westminster, on Thursday, lo July 
1862 ; educated at Eton; appointed Lieutenant (from Militia) 17th Lancers 27 January 1883, 
Captain ist Life Guards 11 January 1893, Imperial Yeomanry 7 November 1901 to 
4 September 1902, Major ist Life Guards 6 December 1902; Assistant Provost-Marshal 
(graded D.A.A.G.) South Africa 29 April to 18 June 1900, Brigade Major South Africa 19 April 
to 6 November 1901 ; served in South African War 1899-1902, on Staff, also Special Service 
Officer, and employed with the Imperial Yeomanry; relief of Kimberley; operations in 
the Orange Free State February to May 1900, including operations at Paardeburg (17 to 
26 February), actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Houtnek (Thoba Mountain), Vet ELiver 
(5 and 6 May) and Zand River ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions 
near Johannesburg, Pretoria and Diamond Hill (11 and 12 June); in Cape Colony, South 
of Orange River, 1899-1900, including actions at Colesberg (5 January to 2 February); in 
command of 12th Imperial Yeomanry Battalion 30 November 1901 to 31 May 1902; operations 
in the Transvaal July 1901 ; in Orange River Colony April 1901 to 31 May 1902 (mentioned 
in despatches, "London Gazette," 29 July 1902, Queen's medal with five clasps, King'js 
medal with two clasps, D.S.O. 22 August 1902). 



Marcus Henry Milner of^— Caroline Agnes, Dowager 

I Wilton Street, Grosvenor Duchess of Montrose, dau. 

Place, London, D.S.O.; born of John, 2nd Baron Decies; 

at West Retford House, co. marr. at Fulham, co. 

Nottingham, on Saturday, 16 Middlesex, 27 July 1888* 

April, bapt. at the parish She marr. istly 15 October 

churdi, West Retford, 14 1836, James, 4th Duke of 

June 1864; educated at Montrose, K.T., who died 

Wellington College and at at Cannes, France, in his 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 76th year, on Wednesday, 

matriculated Michaelmas 30 December 1874; marr. 

Term, 1883; formerly Cap- 2ndly at Holy Trinity, 

tain 2nd Life Guards; Sloane Street, London, on 

Lieutenant i6th Battalion Saturday, 22 January 1876, 

Imperial Yeomanry 2 May William Stewart Stirling 

1900, Hon. Lieutenant in the Crawfurd of Milton, co. 

Army 11 May 1901, Captain Lanark, who died 23 Feb- 

2nd County of London ruary 1883. She died at 

Imperial Yeomanry 22 No- her residence, 45 Belgrave 

vember 1901 ; served in Square, London, aged 76, 

South African War 1899 on Friday, 16 November, 

-1900, with Imperial Yeo- and was bur. at Newmarket, 

manry (Queen's medal with co. Cambridge, on Tuesday, 

two ck^ps, D.S.O. 59 No- 20 November 1894. Admon 

vember 1900); Assistant (with will dated 8 August 

Private Secretary to Colonel 1 893) was granted (Prin. Reg., 

Sir Edward Willis Duncan 179, 95) 15 February 1895, 

Ward, K.C.B., Permanent to the Most Noble Douglas 

Under-Secretary of State for Beresford Malise Ronald 

War. Graham, Duke of Montrose, 

K.T., son and residuary 
legatee named in will. 



Emily Constance Frederica, born 
at West Retford House on Wednes- 
day, 26 September, bapt at the 
parish church. West Retford, 16 
December 1866; marr. her 
cousin, Edward Beresford, 2nd 
son of George De La Poer 
Beresford of Awbawn, co. 
Cavan, M.P. for Armagh, J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Cavan, High 
Sheriff 1867, and grandson of 
the Most Rev. Marcus Gervais 
Beresford, Archbishop of Armagh; 
bom on Friday, 11 September 
1863. She died at Castle Dillon, 
Armagh, on Wednesday, 30 Oc- 
tober 1889, and was bur. in the 
Cathedral Yard, Armagh. Admon 
was granted at the Principal 
Registry 31 January 1890, to 
Edward Beresford of Castle 
Dillon, Armagh, Ireland, husband. 
He marr. 2ndly at St Mary 
Abbott's, Kensington, London 
(by the Rev. Canon Somerset 
Edward Pennefather), on Thurs- 
day, 30 April 1903, Florence 
Lilian, 2nd dau. of Captain the 
Hon"* Reynolds Moreton, R.N., 
J.P. and D.L., 5th son of Henry 
George Francis, 2nd Earl of Ducie. 




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TENTERDEN. 

Arms on record in ike College of Arms. — Purpure a pile wavy 
vair argent and gules between two water-bougets in 
base or on a canton argent a crosier erect azure. 

Crest. — ^A fox passant per pale sable and argent charged on 
the shoulder with a water-bouget or. 

Supporters. — Dexter: A dragon vert gorged with the collar of 
the Lord Chief Justice of King's Bench (composed of 
roses and portcullises alternately) and charged on the 
wing with a water-bouget or; Sinister: A pelican or 
vulning itself and gCMged with a collar of roses gules. 

Motto. — Lahore. 



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Sir Charles Abbott, Baron Tenterden, younger son of John^^-Mary, 
Abbott of Canterbury, co. Kent [will dated 29 January 1785, ' ' 
proved (P.CC.) 20 July 1785, see *^Fr€igmenta Geneaiogica^* 
Vol, 2y ^age jo], by Alice his wife, only dau. and heir of Daniel 
Bunce of Canterbury; born 7 October 1762; of Corpus Christi 
Collie, Oxford, matriculated 24 March 1781, B.A. 1784, 
M.A. 1788; Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple, called to the 
Bar 1796, a Puisne Judge of the Court of Common Pleas 18 15, 
and removSd to the Court of King's Bench the same year; 
knighted at Carlton House by the Prince R^ent 14 May 1816; 
appointed Lord Chief Justice of England 2 November 18 18; 
raised to the Peerage as Baron Tenterden of Hendon, co. 
Middlesex, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, 30 April 
1827; died at his residence, Russell Square, London, in his 71st 
year, on Sunday, 4 November 1832. Will dated 6 March 1832, 
proved (P.CC. 730 Tenterden) 21 November 1832, by John 
Henry, Baron Tenterden, son, one of the Eltors. Power reserved 
to Mary, Baroness Tenterden, relict 



John Henry Abbott, 
Baron Tenterden ; 
born in London 6 
August 1796; educflr 
ted at Balliol College, 
Oxford, matriculated 
10 November 18 14, 
B.A. 1818, MJL 
1821 ; Barrister-at- 
Law of the Inner 
Temple 1825 ; suc- 
ceeded his father 
as 2nd Baron 4 No- 
vember 1832 ; died 
unmarried, aged 74, 
on Sunday, 10 April 
1870. 



Mary, bom 9 July 
1798 ; died at 
Hendon Place on 
Monday, 9 August 
1858. 



, eldest dau. of John 
Lagier Lamotte of Thorn- 
grove, CO. Worcester [will 
dated 22 April 181 1, 
proved 10 February 
1 8 1 2, see " Fragmenta 
Genealogical^ Vol, 2, page 
jyj, by Mary his wife 
[will dated 24 February 
1818, proved 7 May 1825 
see " Fragmenta Genea*^ 
logUa,'' Vol 2, page 55] ; 
marr. 13 July 1795 i ^^^ 
in Russell Square, London, 
on Thursday, 20 December 
1832. 



Catherine Alice, bom 8 July 1802 ; marr. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London (by the Rt. Rev. James Henry Monk, Bishop of 
Gloucester and Bristol), on Saturday, 11 May 1839, Lieut-General 
Sir John Rowland Smyth, K.C.B. (youngest son of Grice Blakeney 
Smyth of Ballynatray, co. Waterford, by Mary Brodrick his wife, dau. 
and coheir of Henry Mitchell of MitchelFs Fort, co. Cork) ; entered the 
Army as Comet 6th Dragoon Guards (Carabineers) 5 July 1821, 
Lieutenant 26 May 1825, Captain 22 April 1826, Major i6th The 
Queen's Light Dn^oons (Lancers) 17 August 1841, Brevet Lieut- 
Colonel 19 June 1846, Lieut-Colonel 10 December 1847, Colonel 
(unattached) 20 June 1854; Inspecting Field Officer at Liverpool, 
Major-General 24 December i860, Lieut.-General i April 1870 ; 
Colonel 6th Dragoon Guards 21 January 1868; served with the i6th 
Lancers at the seige of Bhurtpore under Lord Combermere (medal 
with clasp) ; in the Gwalior Campaign 1843, and commanded the 
advance wing of the cavalry at the action of Maharajpore under 
Sir Joseph Thackwell (horse wounded, bronze star); in the Sutlej 
Campaign in 1846; commanded the i6th Lancers at the battle of 
Aliwal, at which he captiured eleven pieces of artillery and drove the 
Sikh force of infantry completely oflF the field after three distinct 
charges (severely wounded through the thigh in the first charge, 
mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lieut-Colonel, C.B., medal and 
clasp); created K.C.B. 13 March 1867; died at Morris' Hotel, 
Russell Road, Kensington, London, on Wednesday, 14 May 1873. 
Will dated 21 July 1868, proved (Pnn. Reg., 458, 73) 25 June 1873, 
by Dame Fanny Alice Hayes Smyth of 5 Addison Terrace, 
Kensington, London, the sole Executrix. She died 31 August 1865, 
leaving a daughter, Penelope Mary Gertrude, who married her cousin, 
Charles Stuart Aubrey, 3rd Baron Tenterden (see next page). 



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Charles Abbott, born in Queen's Square," 
Bloomsbury, London, 8 August 1803; of 
Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 13 June 
1821, aged 17, B.A. 1825 ; entered the Army 
as Comet 14th (Duchess of York's Own) 
Regiment of Light Dragoons 18 February 
1826; died at Brighton, co. Sussex, on 
Saturday, 15 December 1838, bur. there. 
Will dated 8 December 1838, proved (P.C.C. 
71 FaugAan) 02 February 1839, by John 
Heniy, Baron Tenterden, brother, and the 
Hon"* Dudley Coutts Stuart, the Elors. 



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■Emily Frances, younger dau. of Lord George 
Stuart, C.B., by Jane his wife, dau. of Major- 
General James Stewart ; bom 7 February 1806 ; 
marr. by special licence at the residence of 
Lord Tenterden in Portman Square, London 
(by the Rev. the Hon^ Robert Eden), on 
Thursday, 9 January 1834; died at 31 Cadogan 
Place, London, on Wednesday, 16 June 1886, 
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London. Will 
dated 7 December 1883, proved (Prin. Reg., 
598, 86) 31 July 1886, by John Windsor Stuart 
of Bute Estate Office, Rothesay, co. Bute, 
nephew, the sole Ei^or. 



Penelope Mary Gertrude-^ir Charles Stuart Aubrey Abbott, Baron*ȣmma Mary, youngest 



(his cousin), dau. of 
Lieut.-General Sir John 
Rowland Smyth, K.C.B., 
by Catherine Alice his 
wife, yoimgest dau. of 
Charles, ist Baron 
Tenterden {see previtms 
page) ; married at 
St. Gabriel's, Warwick 
Square, London (by the 
Rev. John Bliss), on 
Tuesday, 2 August 
1859; died at Broad- 
stairs, CO. Kent, on 
Sunday, 30 March 1879, 
bur. there, ist wife. 



Tenterden, K.C.B. ; bom at Dean Street, 
Park Lane, London, on Friday, 26 De- 
cember 1834; educated at Eton and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 20 
October 1852, aged 17; appointed to a 
clerkship at the Foreign Office 1866, 
Secretary to the Joint High Commission 
at Washington 187 1, for which service 
he was nominated C.B., Assistant Under- 
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs 
1871-73, when he was appointed Per- 
manent Under-Secretary of State ; Royal 
Commissioner for the Paris Exhibition 
1878; created K.C.B. 29 July 1878; 
appointed (by the Marquis of Ripon, 
Grand Master) Senior Grand Warden 
in Grand Lodge of England of 
Freemasons 1872, and afterwards the 
Representative in Grand Lodge of the 
three Grand Lodges of Berlin ; appointed Provincial Grand Master 
of Essex by the Prince of Wales in 1879, installed at Chelmsford 
in his office of Grand Master of Essex, by the Earl of Carnarvon, 
with full masonic honours, 2 July 1879; succeeded his uncle, 
John Henry Abbott, as 3rd Baron 10 April 1870; died at Nelson 
Cottage, Lynmouth, co. Devon, aged 47, on Friday, 22 September, 
bur. at Brendon, co. Devon, 27 September 1882. Will dated 13 

January 1880, proved (Prin. Reg., 875, 82) 7 November 1882, 
y Emma Mary, Baroness Tenterden, relict, the Rev. Charles 
Edward Hornby of the Vicarage, Ebrington, co. Gloucester, 
and Arthur Julius Pollock of 85 Harley Street, London, M.D., 
the Eilors. 



dau. of Charles Bailey 
of Lee Abbey, Lynton, 
CO. Devon, and of Strat- 
ford Place, London ; 
born at 5 Stratford 
Place, London ; marr. at 
St George's, Hanover 
Square, London (by the 
Rev. Charles Edward 
Homby, Vicar of Ebring- 
ton, assisted by the 
Rev. Vernon Mu^grave, 
Rural Dean, Rector of 
Hascombe, co. Surrey), 
on Tuesday, 13 January 
1880. She marr. istly 
at Lynton (by the Rev. 
Matthew Mundy), Henry 
Rowcliffe, Q.C. (4th son 
of Charles Rowcliffe of 
Milverton, co. Somerset) ; 
bom 4 December 1828; 
died at 18 Chester 
Terrace, Regent's Park, 
London, aged 47, on 
Saturday, 8 July, bur. at 
Hascombe 12 July 1876. 
2nd wife. 



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Audrey Mary Florence, bom at 18 Lower Belgrave Street, London, on Monday, 16 December 
1861 ; marr. at the parish church, Marylebone, London (by the Rev. William Page-Roberts of 
St. Peter's, Vere Street, London), on Thursday, 30 March 1882, Robert Gordon Handcock 
of Norwood Hayes, Uxbridge, co. Middlesex (eldest son of Lieut-Colonel the Hon^ Robert 
French Handcock,. R.A., by IsabdUa Louisa his wife, only dau. of James Gordon); born 
25 April 1849; Comet Bengal Staff Corps 2 December 1868, Lieutenant 5 July 187 1, 
Captain 2 December 1880, Major 2 December 1888, Win£ Commander 39th Bengal Native 
Infantry, retired 8 June 1890 ; served in Afghan War 1879 (medal). 

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Geraldine Alice Ellen, bom at 13 Westboume Place, London, on Wednesday, 30 September 
1863; marr. at Holy Trinity, Murree, India, 6 October 1S84, Lieut-Colonel Carbery Egan; 
bom 24 April 1847; 2nd Lieutenant Bengal Staff Corps 24 January 1865, Lieutenant 
5 October 1867, Captain 24 January 1877, Bifajor 24 January 1885, Lieut-Colonel, 
officiating 2nd in command nth Bengal Native Infimtry ; served in Duffla Expedition 1874-75 
(received thanks of the Government); died at Shipton House, Callan, co. Kilkenny, cm 
Simday, 12 March 1893, bur. at Callan. 



Charles Stuart Henry— Elfiida, only dau. of Biajor- 

Abbott, Baron Ten- General Sir Alfred Tumer, 

terden; bora at K.CB., R.A., Inspector- 

66 Belgrave Road, Generalof Auxiliary Forces, 

Pimlico, London, on by Emma Blanche his 

Monday, 30 October ist wife, dau. of Charles 

1865 ; educated at Hopkinson of Wotton 

Eton and at Trinity Court, co. Gloucester, and 

Hall, Cambridge, of 74 Eccleston Square, 

matriculated Easter London; bom at Dublin 

Term, 1890; formerly Castle 5 December 1886, 

Lieutenant 3rd Bat- and bapt at St Patrick's, 

talion York and Hove, co. Sussex; marr. 

Lancaster Regiment at Holy Trinity, Sloane 

(Militia) ; succeeded Street, Chelsea, co. Middle- 

his father as 4th sex (by the Rev. Ridley 

Baron 22 September Daniel -Tyssen, uncle of 

1882. the bride, assisted by the 

Rev. Henry Reginald 

Gamble, the Vicar, and the 

Rev. James Thompson), 

on Wednesday, 10 January 

1906. 



Gwen Elca Violet, bom at 77 Warwick 
Square, Pimlico^ London, on Thursday, 
19 March 1868; marr. 20 March 1888, 
the Hon^ Edward Charles Macnaghten 
of 26 Sussex Square, Hyde Park, 
London (eldest son of Edward, Baron 
Bifacnaghten of Runkerry, co. Antrim, 
P.C, G.C.M.G., a Lord of Appeal 
in Ordinary, by Frances Arabella 
his wife, dau. of' the Rt Hon^ Sir 
Samuel Martin of Crindle, co. London- 
derry, P.C, one of the Barons of the 
Exchequer); bom 9 October 1859; of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 187^ B.A. 1883; 
Q.C. 1897. She died at 13 Westboume 
Street, Hyde Park, London, aged 23, on 
Saturday, 5 December 189 1, and was bur. 
in Kensal Green Cemetery, London. 
He marr. 2ndly at St James', Paddington, 
London, on Wednesday, 3 January 1894, 
Edith Minnie, only dau. of Thomas 
Powell, Bencher of Lincoln's Inn. 




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Arms. — Or on a chevron gnles between threo demi-onicoms 
courant of the same as many acorn slips of the first 



Henry Colyer of The Mill, Famingham, co. Kent«jCharlotte, 
(youngest son of Charles Colyer, by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Henry Knight of Horton Kirby, co. Kent); 
bapt. at Famingham 3 June 1753; died at the Mill 
House, Famingham, aged 58, 24 June, bur. at Faming- 
ham 2 July 181 1. M.I. Will dated i April 1809, 
with two codicils dated respectively 30 December 1809 
and 21 June 181 1, proved (P.C.C. 439 Crickitt) 
II October 181 1, by Thomas Colyer, brother, John 
Fuller and Charles Colyer, son, the Eftors. 



dau. of William Hardjrman, 
by Mary his wife ; bapt at; Famingham 
17 May 1759; marr. at St Anne and 
St Agnes, Gresham Street, London, 
8 March 1781 ; died at Famingham, 
aged 66, 26 July, bur. there 4 August 

1825. M.I. Will dated 16 July 1825, 
proved (P.C.C. 143 Swabey) 15 March 

1826, by Charles Colyer, son, the 
sole ESor. 



Charlotte, bom 
at Famingham 
13 May, bapt 
there 15 June 
1781 ; died 
at Famingham, 
aged 34, 8 
September, bur. 
there 16 Sep- 
tember 1815. 
M.I. 



William Hardyman Colyer, 
bom at Famingham 15 
Febmary, bapt there 14 
March 1783; died at 
Famingham, aged 62, on 
Wedn^day, 10 September, 
bur. there 20 September 
1845. M.I. Will dated 
14 November 1844, proved 
(P.CC. 826, 45) 3 No- 
vember 1845, by Charles 
Colyer, brother, and 
Charles Colyer, nephew, 
the E«ors. Silhouette at 
Womlnvell HaU, North- 
fleets CO. Kent, in the 
possession of Thomas 
Colyer Colyer-Fergusson, 



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Charles Colyer of The-pAnn, dau. of John 
~ and Rachel Gawan of 

Dover, co. Kent ; 
bom 27 May, bapt. at 
St Mary's, Dover, 19 
Jime 1788; marr. at 
St Augustine's, Old 
Change, London, 8 
February 1813; died 
at Famingham, aged 
29, 20 December, bur. 
there 28 December 
1816. M.I. Memorial 
Pin in the possession 
of Thomas Colyer 
Colyer-Fergusson. 



Mill, Famingham; bom 
at Famingham 4 May, 
bapt there 8 Jime 1785 ; 
died at Famingham, 
aged 84, on Tuesday, 15 
February, bur. there 
24 February 1870. M.I. 
Will dated 18 February 
1869, proved (Prin. Reg., 
325, 70) 3 May 1870, 
by Charles Colyer of 8 
Fumival's Inn, London, 
son, the sole Eitor. 
Silhouette at Wombwell 
ffaUy Northfleet, in the 
possession of Thomas 
Colyer Colyer-Fergusson, 



Mary Anne, dau.i-Charles Colyer of 38 Dorset Square, R^ent's^—Elizabeth Jane, eldest dau. 



of Thomas Colyer 
of Greenhithe, co. 
Kent, by Ann his 
wife, dau.of Richard 
Wilks of Darenth, 
CO. Kent ; bom 
at Greenhithe 25 
April, bapt. at 
Swanscombe, co. 
Kent, 28 May 1820; 
marr. at St. Mary 
Somerset, London, 
18 May 1839 ; 
died at Clifton 
House, Greenwich, 
CO. Kent, aged 56, 
on Sunday, 7 May, 
bur. at Famingham 
15 May 1876. M.I. 
ist wife. 



Park, London, and of Dartford and Green- 
wich, both CO. Kent ; bom at the Mill House, 
Famingham, 16 December, bapt at Faming- 
ham 21 December 18 16; died, aged 70, at 
38 Dorset Square, Regent's Park, 22 June, 
bur. at Famingham 29 June 1887. M.I. 
Will dated 28 July 1879, with codicil dated 
19 September 1879, proved (Prin. Reg., 
677. 87) 18 August 1887, by Elizabeth Jane 
Colyer of 38 Dorset Square, Regent's Park, 
relict, and Caroline Rosabelle Miller, wife of 
Francis Hugh Miller of Royal Victoria Yard, 
Deptford, co. Kent, daughter, two of the Floors. 



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of John Colyer of Welling, 
CO. Kent, by Eliza his wife, 
dau. of William Hobbs 
[and grand-daughter of 
John Colyer of Northend, 
Crayford, co. Kent {see 
''Notes*' to ''Visitation of 
England and Wales,*' 
Vol. 5, page 143)] '> bom 
at Princes Street, Fmsbury, 
London, 15 August, bapt 
at St. Giles', Cripplegate, 
London, 11 October 1840; 
marr. at St Augustine's, 
Old Change, London (by 
the Rev. Dr. Simpson), 
on Tuesday, 4 June 1878. 
2nd wife. 



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James Colyer of Peckham, ca Sturey ; bom-j-Maryy dan. of Heoiy Pawley 
- • ' .... ^ Hampton Court Fann, 

Famingham, by Grace 
Stringer his wife; bom 
7 Sqitember 17S8; marr. 
at Battle, co. Sussex, 10 
August 1811 ; died at 
Peckham, aged 74, 9 De- 
cember, bur. at Famingham 
33 December 1862. M.L 
Memorial Ring inscribed: 

"MARY COLYER OB^ 9 DEC 

i86j, iST 74,** in the 
possession of Joseph Cofyer 
Marriott^ ker gremdson^ and 
a SUkaneiU ai Wombwea 
Hail, NortkJUet, in the 
possession of Thomas Colyer 
Cofyer-Fergusson, 



at Famingham, co. Rent, 5 November, bapt 
there 12 December I787;£edat53 Marquess 
Road, Canonbury, co. Middlesex, in his 79th 
year, on Monday, 18 December 1865, bur. at 
Faming^iam 2 January 1866. M.L Will 
dated 5 December 1865, proved (Prin. Reg., 
81, 66) 17 February 1866, by George Dann 
of 52 Marquess Road, Canonbury, co. 
Middlesex, and Frederick Neville of 5 A^ctoria 
Terrace, Homsey Rise, co. Middlesex, 
the Ef ors. Miniature in the possession of 
Joseph Colyer Marriott, his grandson, and a 
Silhouette at WomhweU Hall, Northfieet, 
CO. Kent, in the possession of Thomas Colyer 
Colyer- Fergusson. 




Mary Ann, bom 
at Famingham 
36 August, CM^pt 
diere 13 Octo- 
ber 1791 ; died 
at Fanwfigham, 
agedii, ssBiay, 
bur. dioe 2 June 
1803. M.L 



Charlotte, bom at Colnbrook, co. Middlesex, 
2 August 1 81 2; marr. at St Giles*, Camber- 
well, CO. Surrey, 28 July 1853, Geoige Dann 
(son of Joseph Dann); died at Selhurst, 
CO. Surrey, ^ed 69, 23 February, bur. in the 
cemetery at Croydon, co. Surrey, i March 1883. 
M.I. Will dated 15 February 1883, proved 
in the Principal Registry 21 March 1883, by 
Edward George Mauoser of Tunbridge Wells, 
CO. Kent, nephew, the sole Etor. She died 
s.p. at South Norwood, co. Surrey, aged 64, on 
Friday, 10 November, and was bur. in the 
cemetery at Croydon 17 November 1876. M.I. 



Henry Colyer,— Sarah Anne, eldest dau. of 

bom at Bexley, Robert Comber of Hadlow 

co.Kent,i8Sep- PkU:e, ca Kent, by Sarah 

tember 1813 ; Anne his wife, dan. of 

died at Alfinsd Thomas Hassell of Eynsford, 

Place, Green- co. Kent; bi^ at Hadlow 

wich, CO. Kent, 28 Bifay 1820; marr. at the 

aged 47, 29 Sep- parish churdi, Kennington, 

tember i860. co. Surrey, 18 September 

1840; died s.p. at Elm 

Cottage, Greenwich, aged 30, 

13 Dumber 1850. 



Mary Anne, bom at.Dartford, co. Kent, on Sunday, 3 April, Ix^t there 2 May 1842 ; marr. at 
the parish church, St Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex (by the Rev. John White Totterdiam), on 
St. Luke's Day, Tuesday, 18 October 1892, the Rev. Henry Lansdell, D.D., F.R.G.S., M.R.A.S. 
(son of Henry Lansdell, by Julia Ann his wife, dau. of Robert Woodward) ; bom at Tenterden, 
CO. Kent, 10 January 1841 ; educated at St John's Hall, Highbury (London College of 
Divinity); Metropolitan Association Secretary to Irish Church Missions Society 1869-79, 
Hon. Secretary Church Homiletical Society 1874-85 ; Curate-in-Charge of St Pete's, Eltham, 
CO. Kent, 1885-86, Lecturer of St James', Plumstead, co. Kent, 1891, Chaplain of Morden 
College, Blackheath, co. Kent, from 1892; Editor of "Qergyman's Magazine," 1875-86; 
Author of "Through Siberia," 1882, "Russian Central Asia," 1885, abridged into "Through 
Central Asia," 1887, and "Chinese Central Asia," 1893. 



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Thomas Colyer, bom 17 
October, bapt at Farning- 
ham, CO. Kent, 2 1 November 
1793; died at Famingham, 
aged 82, on Thursday, 
4 March, bur. there 15 March 
1875. M.I. Will dated 30 
January 1875, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 287, 75) 8 April 187s, 
by Samuel Watson and 
Robert Watson, both of 
12 Bouverie Street, Fleet 
Street, London, the Eilors. 



I 

Friend Colyer, bom 
at Famingham 6 
July, bapt there 
19 August 179s; 
diedat Famingham, 
aged 3 months, 24 
October, bur. there 
2 November 1795. 
M.I. 



Sarah, bom at Faming- 
ham 13 January, bapt. 
there 13 Febmary 
1799; died at Faming- 
ham, aged 28, 8 AprU, 
bur. there 21 April 
1827. M.I. Admon 
was granted (P.CC.) 
8 November 1827, to 
Charles Colyer, brother, 
and one of the next 
of kin. 



Elizabeth, bom at 
Farningham 13 
April, bapt. there 
2 June 1802, died 
at Famingham, 
aged 9 months, 
26 February, bur. 
there 7 March 
1803. M.L 



I 
William Hardyman- 
Colyer, bom at 
Famingham 18 Jan- 
uary 181 6; died 
at Rondebosch, 
Cape Colony, South 
Africa, aged 75, 
15 August 1 89 1, 
bur. there. 



•Mary Ann, dau. of 
J ames Laughton Little ; 
bom in 1816; marr. at 
St. Botolph's, Aldgate, 
London, 8 May 1838 ; 
died in South Africa, 
aged 83, 18 March 
1900, and bur. at 
Rondebosch. 



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Grace Pawley, bom at Famingham 22 February 
1819 ; marr. at St. Giles*, Camberwell, co. Siurey, 
on Saturday, 24 May 1845, Joseph Marriott of 
Gracechurch Street, London (son of William 
Marriott of Sevenoaks, co. Kent, by Mary Ann 
his wife, dau. of Arthur Keene of Dublin) ; bom 
25 Apnl 1815; died, aged 76, 11 December, 
bur. m Abney Park Cemetery, London, 14 
December 1891. M.L She died at Hackney, 
CO. Middlesex, aged 76, 14 March, and was bur. 
in Abney Park Cemetery 26 March 1895. M.L 
Will dated 20 December 1893, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1360, 95) 4 December 1895, by Thomas 
Myddleton Morris, the sole El^or. 



Charles Thomas 
Colyer, bom at 
Dartford on Wed- 
nesday, 18 August, 
bapt there 21 Oc- 
tober 1847; died 
at Dartfond, aged 
9 months, on 
Monday, 22 May, 
bur. at Faming- 
ham 29 May 1848. 
M.L 



I I 

Laura Mildred, Francis James Colyer, bom at 

bom at Dart- Dartford on Wednesday, 31 July, 

ford, CO. Kent, bapt there 28 August 1844 ; died 

on Wednesday, at i Pembroke Terrace, St John's 

2 August, bapt. Wood, co. Middlesex, aged 40, 

there 29 August 25 April, bur. at Famingham i May 

1843. 1885. M.L WiU dated 18 March 

1884, proved (Prin. Reg., 414, 85), 

27 May 1885, by Arthur Henry 

Colyer of "Arborfield," Samos 

Road, Anerley, co. Surrey, brother, 

the sole Eilor. 



Ellen Louisa, bom 
at Dartford on 
Saturday, 11 July, 
bapt there 8 Au- 
gust 1846 ; died at 
Gloucester Place, 
Greenwich, co. 
Kent, in her 12th 
year, on Saturday, 
24 April, bur. 
at Famingham 30 
April 1858. M.L 



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Mary Ann, born at Underriver, 
CO. Kent, 23 November 1831; 
marr. at St Giles', Camberwell, 
CO. Surrey, on Thursday, 
I November 1849, William 
Penrice (eldest son of Foster 
Penrice of Skinbumess, co. 
Cumberland); died s.p. at 
New York, U.S.A., aged 60, 
31 May, bur. in Calvary 
Cemetery, New York, 2 June 
1880. 



Sarah, bom at Underriver 24 May 1824; marr. at St Giles', 
Camberwell, 19 June 185 1, Benjamin Daniells Christian 
(son of Benjamin Christian of Baldock, co. Hertford) ; born 
2 March 1824; died s.p. at 55 Ventnor Villas, Hove, co. 
Sussex, in his 70th year, on Saturday, 22 July, bur. in the 
cemetery at Hove 25 July 1893. M.I. Will dated 10 February 
1873, with codicil dated 3 June 1889, proved (Prin. Reg., 
716, 93) 8 August 1893, ^y Sarah Christian, relict, the sole 
Executrix. She died at Ventnor Villas, Hove, aged 76, 
21 April, and was bur. in the cemetery at Hove 27 April 1901. 
M.I. Will dated 30 June 1890, with two codicils dated 
res^^ectively 26 January 1893 ^^^ ^4 J^^X 1896, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 703, 1901) i June 1901, by Thomas Myddleton 
Morriss, the sole ESLor, 



I 

Frederick Augustus Colyer 
(twin with Arthur Henry); 
bom at Dartford, co. Kent, 
on Friday, 19 January, bapt 
there 24 January 1849; died 
at Dartford, aged 2 weeks, 
3 February, bur. at Faming- 
ham, CO. Kent, 15 February 
1849. ^'^' 



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Arthur Henry Colyer-v-Elizabeth Kemp, eldest dau. of John 



of Woodlands, co. 
Kent (twin with 
Frederick Augustus); 
born at Dartford on 
Friday, 19 January, 
bapt there 24 January 
1849. 



Matson of Delce Villa, Erith, co. Kent, 
and of the Admiralty, London, by Cathe- 
rine Wishenden Horton his wife; bom at 
Camberwell 30 June 1847 ; marr. at the 
parish church, Wimbledon, co. Surrey 
(by the Rev. Thomas Whitehead), on 
Wednesday, 23 September 1868. 



I 

Ernest Henry Colyer, bom«7-Lucy Ethel, younger dau. of Arthur Howe Walter of Green- 

at Ashburnham Terrace, hithe, co. Kent, by Frances Ann his wife, dau. of Horatio Parnell ; 

Greenwich, co. Kent, on bom at 25 The Terrace, Greenhithe, 28 October, bapt at 

Wednesday, 14 July, bapt St Mar/s, Greenhithe, i December 1875 ; marr. there (by the 

at St Alph^e, Greenwich, Rev. Canon Frederick William Murray, Rector of Stone, co. 

23 July 1869. Kent), on Wednesday, 15 August 1900. 



Charles Ernest Colyer, bom at 65 Damley 
Road, Gravesend, co. Kent, on Wednesday, 

6 November, bapt. at St. James', Gravesend, 

7 December 1901. 



Evelyn Elizabeth, bom at 65 Damley 
Road, Gravesend, on Thursday, 16 
November, bapt at St James', 
Gravesend, 9 December 1905. 



Eva Isabel, bom at Reading, co. Berks, 
25 July, bapt at St. Giles', Reading, 
7 September 1870; marr. at Stone (by 
the Rev. Henry Lansdell, D.D., uncle 
of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Canon 
Frederick WiUiam Murray, the Rector, 
the Rev. Joseph Williamson, Vicar of 
Famingham, and the Rev. Edward 
Scarlett) on Thursday, 14 December 
1893, Frederick William Hunter 
(youngest son of John Hunter of The 
Hall, Wittersham, co. Kent, formerly of 
Anerley, co, Surrey, by Sarah Ann his 
wife, dau. of Thomas Coles); bom 
30 June 187 1. =f 



Harold Arthur=«Constance Mary, 
Colyer, born eldest dau. of John 
at Wandsworth Hoyle of Cliff 
Common, co. House, Green- 
Surrey, 26 Oc- hithe ; marr. at 
tober, baptised Stone (by the Rev. 
at St Mary's, Canon Frederick 
Wandsworth, 3 William Murray, 
December 187 1, the Rector), on 

Saturday, 28 April 

1906. 



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May Constance 
Lilian, bom at 
Barton House, 
Anerley Road, 
CO. Surrey, on 
Saturday, 1 1 
May, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, 
Anerley, 5 June 
1889. 



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Friend Elisha Colyer, born at 
Underriver, co. Kent, 8 October 
1837; M.D. of Adelaide; marr. 
Sarah Sivers. He died s.p. 
4 February 1868, and was 
bur. at South Adelaide Ridge, 
exhumed on suspicion of having 
been poisoned, and re-interred 
6 May 1868. 



Elizabeth Ann, bom at Underriyer 9 February 1832 ; marr. 
at St Mary's, Islington, co. Middlesex, on Wednesday, 
2 June 1869, Philip Stanislaus Kendall (eldest son of John 
Kendall of Gloucester Gate, London, by Ann his wife, 
dau. of John Jones) ; bom 7 March 1844. She died at 
''East Lawn," Sidcup, co. Kent, aged 61, on Tuesday, 
38 November, and was bur. at Famingham, co. Kent, 
2 December 1893. M.L Will dated 6 October 1870, 
proved (Pnn. Reg., 213, 94) 9 February 1894, by Philip 
Stanislaus Kendall, husband, one of the surviving Ef ors. 



Caroline Rosabelle, bom at Dartford, co. Kent, 
23 September, bapt. there 26 September 1850; 
marr. at the parish church, Greenwich, co. 
Kent (by the father of the bridegroom), on 
Wednesday, 3 February 1875 (marriage settle- 
ments dated 2 February 1875), Francis Hugh 
Miller (youngest son of the Rev. John Cale 
Miller, D.D., Canon Residentiary of Rochester, 
and Rural Dean and Vicar of Greenwich, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of John Absalom 
Edwards); bom 13 September, bapt at 
St Martin's, Birmingham, co. Warwick, 
II October 1850. She died at "Oakfield," 
Eliot Park, Lewisham, co. Kent, aged 41, 
28 October, and was bur. in Shooter's Hill, 
Cemetery, Blackheath, co. Kent, 2 November 
1891. Will dated 25 January 1888, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 336, 92) 25 March 1892, by 
Francis Hugh Miller, Superintendent of 
Government Stores, husband, Arthur Henry 
Colyer, brother, and Arthur Bmce Chubb, 
the Elors. =t= 



Julia Augusta, bom at Dartford on Saturday, 
3 January, bapt there 28 January 1852; 
marr. at the parish church, Marylebone, 
London (by the Rev. Canon John Cale 
Miller, D.D., assisted by the Rev. Alfred 
Collet Eyre), on Tuesday, 15 October 1878, 
Henry Owen Lucas of Newark-on-Trent, co. 
Nottingham (eldest son of William John 
Lucas of the Manor House, Sutton, co. 
Middlesex, by Henrietta his wife, dau. 
of the Rev. Lecniard Jarvis Boor of 
Bodmin, co. Com wall); bom 16 December 
1852, and bapt at Bodmin; educated at 
St Bartholomew's Hospital, London; M.D. 
Brux. 1881, M.R.C.S. Eng. and L.S.A. 1874; 
died at Newark-on-Trent, in his 50th year, 
on Saturday, 14 June, bur. there 17 June 
1902. WiU dated 6 June 1902, proved at 
Nottingham 23 July 1902, by Julia Augusta 
Lucas, relict, and John Owen WaMley, 
the Elors. ^ 



Emest William Colyer, 
born at Dartford on 
Saturday, 24 September, 
bapt there i November 
1^53 ; di^ At Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, aged 9 
months, on Saturday, 
I July, bur. at Faming- 
ham 6 July 1854. M.L 



Amy Emma, born 
at Brighton 25 
June 1855, bapt 
at the parish 
church, Greenwich 
10 September 
1856. 



Herbert Alfred Colyer, 
bom at Gloucester Place, 
Greenwich, 22 May, 
bapt at the parish 
church, Greenwich, 10 
July 1857; died at 
Clifton House, Green- 
wich, aged 17, on 
Thursday, 6 August, 
bur. at Famingham 14 
August 1874. M.L 



Charles Gawan Colyer, 
bom at Gloucester 
Place, Greenwich, 24 
August, bapt there 
privately 10 September 
1 859; diedat Gloucester 
Place, Greenwich, aged 
4 weeks, 19 September, 
bur. at Famingham 24 
September 1859. M.L 



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Bertp, CO* iama«ter. 

Thomas Littledale, of Highfiekl House,-^Anii, eldest dau. of 




Arms an record in the College of 
^fw/.— Qujurtcrly : 1st and 4th, ^ent 
ft lion paannt galet on a chief arare 
three croM-crotdeU of the field, 
LiTTLBDALB ; 2nd, Per pale argent and 
or three chevrons gnles, Langton ; 
3rd, Or a fesse between three greThoonds 
table, Patrickson. 

Crest, — A demi-lion soles goiged with 
a collar gemel and holding in tl^ dexter 
paw a cross-crosslet argent. 

Motto, — Fac et spera. 



West Derby, co. Lancaster, and of Bray- 
stones, CO. Cumberland, last smidving son 
of Isaac littledale of Whitehaven, co. 
Cumberland (who was elder brother of 
Henry Littledale of Eaton House, co. Lan- 
caster, formerly of Whitehaven, see Pedigree 
of JJttlediUe, Vol, z, page 2j8)y by Mary 
his wife, 3rd daiL of Thomas Hartley of 
Whitehaven; bom on Friday, 18 December 
1772, bapt at St Nicholas', Whitehaven, 
6 February 1773; Bailiff of Liverpool 
1835, Bifayor 1826-27; died at Highfield 
House, West Derby, aged 74, on Tuesday, 
27 April, bur. in a vault in the church- 
yard of St Mary's, Walton-on-the-Hill, 
CO. Lancaster, 3 May 1847. M.I. there, 
also Memorial Tablet in St James' Church, 
Whitehaven. 



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Thomas Molyneux 
of Newsham Houses 
West Derby, by Ann 
his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Watson of 
Ormsldric, co. Lan- 
caster ; bom at 
Newsham House, 
West Derby, 2 2 Jan- 
uary 1787; marr. 
by licence at St 
Mary's, Walton-on- 
the-Hill, 15 May 
1815; died at New- 
sham House, West 
Derby, aged 38, 28 
August, bur. in a 
vault in the church- 
yard of St Mar3r's, 
Walton-on-the-Hill, 
2 September 1825. 



Thomas Littledale, Thomas Littledale-pjulia, 2nd dau. of Clement Royds of Greenhill and 



bom 3 September, 
bur. at St Mary's, 
Walton-on-the-Hill, 
9 September 18 17. 



of Highfield House, 
West Derby; bom 
3 September, bapt 
a:t St. Peter's, liver- 
pool, 13 October 
1818 ; educated at 
Rugby ; Captain 
2nd Royal Lancashire Militia; D.L. for 
CO. Lancaster; Mayor of Liverpool 
1851-52; Commodore of the Royal 
Mersey Yacht Club, Member of fiie 
Royal Yacht Squadron; died suddenly 
in London, aged 42, on Monday, 25 
March, bur. in a vault in the churchyard 
of St John's, Knotty Ash, co. Lancaster, 
2 April 1 86 1. Will dated 15 September 
I ^5 5* proved at Liverpool 17 Jiuie 
1 86 1, by Julia Littledale of Highfield 
House, near Liverpool, relict, arid John 
Bolton Littledale of Liverpool, brother, 
the Eftors. 



Falinge, Rochdale, co. Lancaster, J.P. and D.L. for the 
counties of York and Lancaster, High Sheriff for the latter 
county 1850, by Jane his wife, only dau. of Charles 
Hudson of Shaw Hill, co. York, J.P. and D.L. ; bom 19 
September, bapt at St Mary's, Rochdale, 20 October 
1820; marr. at St Chad's, Rochdale, 30 November 1842; 
marr. 2ndly at St. Mary's, West Derby (by the Rev. Edward 
Royds, Rector of Brereton, co. Chester, assisted by the 
Rev. Edward Tindal Tumer, Fellow of Brasenose 
College, Oxford), on Thursday, 4 October 1866, as his 
2nd wife, Horace Tumer of Liverpool (5th son of 
Charles Turner, by Mary his wife, eldest dau. of Samuel 
Byam Athill); bom 28 February 1814; Member of 
H.M. L^slative Council for the Island of Antigua, 
West Indies; died s.p. at Highfield House, West 
Derby, aged 70, on Wednesday, 3 September, bur. at 
Knotty Ash 7 September 1884. She died at Plas 
Dulas, Llanddulas, co. Denbigh, in her 85th year, on 
Tuesday, 20 September, and was bur. in a vault in the 
churchyard at Knotty Ash 23 September 1904. Will 
dated 19 March 1900, proved in the Principal Registry 
II October 1904, by Thomas Alfred Royds Littledale, 
son, and Alfred Fletcher, son-in-law, the E*ors. 

{See Pedigree of Royds, Vol. j, page 14.) 



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Anne Mary, bom 30 May, bapt at St Peter's, LiveipodI, 3 July 1820; marr. at St Mai/s, 
Walton-on-the-Hill, co. Lancaster, 7 August 1S45, ^ ^^« Edward Royds (eldest son of 
the Rev. Edward Royds, Rector o£ Brereton, ca Chester, and of Haughton, co. Stafford, 
by Mary his wife, and dan. of Thomas Molyneux of Newsham House, West Derby, ca 
Lancaster); bom 28 December 1820, bi^yt at Brer^on 2 March 182 1 ; educated at Rugby 
and at Brasenose College> Oxford, matriculated 5 February 1839, B.A. 1842, M.A. 1845; 
Rector and Patrcm of Brereton (or 50 years; died at the Rectory, Brereton, aged 74, 
on Monday, 29 July, bur. in the churdiyard at Brereton i August 1895. Memorud Window 
in East end of South Transept of Brereton Church. \^^ dated 13 August 1894, proved at 
Chester 2 January 1896, by Clement Molyneux Royds, M.P., nephew, the sole Etor. 
She died at Springfield, Bunbury, oa Chester, on Sunday, 9 February, and was bur. in the 
churchyard at Brereton on Thursday, 13 February 1896. Memorial Window in East end 
of South Transept of Brereton Church. Will dated 30 October 1895, [Moved (Prin. Reg., 
313, 96) 27 March 1896, by the Rev. Alfred Littledale Royds, sot^ the sole Etor. 



(See Pedigree of Jicyds, Vol 8^ page 23.) 



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Ada Julia, bom at Ckremont, West Derby, 
24 March, bapt at Knotty Ash, co. Lan- 
caster, 8 May 1844; marr. at St Mary's, 
West Derby (by the Rev. Edward Royds, 
Rector of Brereton, assisted by the Rev. 
John Stewart, the Reaor), on Wednesday, 
3 August 1870, William David Alexander 
Robertson of Kinloch Moidart, co. Inver- 
ness (only surviving son of William 
Robertson of Kinloch Moidart, who 
resumed the family name of Macdonald 
in 1872) ; bom 4 August 1833 ; died 10 
April, bur. at Eilean Finnan, co. Inverness, 
14 April 1883. She marr. 2nd]y at 
Northam, South Devon (by the Rev. Pa)i]e 
Granville), on Monday, 7 November 1887, 
Symers I>ouglas Macdonald Mac Vicar of 
Inver Moidart, Acharacle, co. Argyll (eldest 
son of the Rev. John Gibson MacVicar, 
D.D., LL.D., Minister of Moffat, co. 
Dumfries, by Janet his wife, dau. of 
Colonel Robertson Macdonald of Kinloch 
Moidart) ; bom 27 December 1857 ; 
L.R.C.P. Edin. 1882, L.R.C.S. Edin. 



Annette Nora Jane, bora at Claremont, West 
Derby, 19 March, bapt. at Knotty Ash 23 A:pt\\ 
1846; Lady of Grace of the Order of St John 
of Jerusalem ; marr. at St Mary's, West Derby 
(by the Rev. Edward Royds, Rector of Breretori, 
assisted by the Rev. Canon John Stewart, the 
Rector), on Tuesday, 21 February 1882, Colonel 
Sir Qement Molyneux Royds of Greenhill, 
Rochdale, cp. Lancaster, C.B., M.P. (eldest son 
of William Edward Royds of Greenhill, Roch- 
dale, and of DanehiU Park, co. Sussex, by Mary 
Anne his wife, eldest dau. of Anthony Molyneux 
of Newsham House, West Derby) ; bom 3 April, 
bapt at St Clement's, Spotland, co. Lancaster, 
26 April 1842 ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Lancaster 
and J.P. for Uie borough of Rochdale, High 
Sheriff for co. Lancaster 1889; Hon. Colonel 
2nd Volunteer Battalion Laiicashire Fusiliers 
since 1894, formerly Colonel Commanding Duke 
of Lancaster's Own Imperial Yeomanry; M.P. 
for Rochdale 1895 to January 1906; Knight of 
Grace of the Order of St John of Jerusalem ; 
nominated C.B. 1902 (Coronation honour); 
knighted at Buckingham Palace by H.M. King 
Edward VIL 24 July 1906. 

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Alfred littledale, born 22 November 1821, bapt 23 June 1822; drowned in the Mersey, 
with Clement Royds and James Ramsey, from a slight boat being broken by the 
waves 27 April, bur. in a vault in the churchyard of St. Mary's, Walton-on-the-Hill, co. 
Lancaster, 26 May 1842. 



Edith, bom at Highfield House, West 
Derby, co. Lancaster, 14 August, bapt at 
Knotty Ash, co. Lancaster, 14 September 
1848; marr. at St Mary's, West Derby 
(by the Rev. Edward Royds, Rector of 
Brereton, co. Chester, assisted by the 
Rev. William Thomas Newenham), on 
Thursday, 25 June 1S68, Alfred Fletcher 
of Allerton, co. Lancaster (youngest son of 
William Fletcher of Allerton, by Mary his 
wife, eldest dau. of Moses Benson of 
Lutwyche Hall, co. Salop, and of Wood- 
croft, CO. Lancaster); bom i June 1840, 
bapt at St Catherine's, Abercromby 
Square, Liverpool, 7 October 1841 ; 
educated at Winchester; J.P. and D.L. 
for CO. Lancaster. ^ 

(See Pedigrte of Fletcher^ page S9-) 



Thomas Alfred Royds-^Marian 
Littledale of High* * 
field House, West 
Derby; bom at High- 
field House, West 
Derby, 2 April, bapt 
at Knotty Ash 17 
May 1850; a Sub- 
Lieutenant in the 
Royal Naval Artillery 
Volunteers, which he 
resigned before its 
disbandment in 1892. 



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Marian Dorothy, bom at Penbryn, 
CO. Montgomery, on Wednesday, 
9 February, bapt at Llanddulas, 
CO. Denbigh (by the Rev. John 
Davies, the Rector), 9 April 1888. 



Harriet, youngest 
dau. of Richard Atkinson 
of Temple Sowerby, co. 
Westmoreland, by Eliza- 
beth Catherine his wife, 
dau. of John Rhodes 
Fitter; bom at Temple 
Sowerby 23 December 
i86t ; marr. at St Mar- 
garet's, Westminster, on 
Wednesday, 3 November 
1886. 



Thomas Littledale, bom at Penbryn 
on Sunday, 10 February 1889, 
bapt privately, died the next day, 
and bur. at Churchstoke, co. 
Montgomery. 



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John Bolton Littledale of Sandiway Bank, co. Chester,-^Mary, only dau. of 



and of Braystones, co. Cumberland ; bom a 3 March, 
bapt at St. Peter's, Liverpool, 16 June 1823; Colonel 
and Battalion Cheshire Rifle Volunteers; died at Sandiway 
Bank on Sunday, 5 May, bur. in the churchyard at Hartford 
9 May 1889. Will with codicil dated 3 May 1889, proved at 
Chester 31 May 1889, by William Pickford of 13 Harrington 
Street, Liverpool, and Thomas Alfred Royds Littledale of 
Pen Bryn, Montgomery, nephew, two of the Elors. 




Thomas Edward 
Pickford of King 
Stemdale,co. Derb^, 
by Georgiana his 
wife, dau. of William 
Todd-Naylor; bom 
II June, bapt. at 
St Anne's, Man- 
chester, 17 August 
1845; man*, at St 
Michael's, Toxteth 
Park, CO. Lancaster, 
on Wednesday, 6 
June 1866. 



Isaac Littledale, 
died, aged 4 
months, 24 No- 
vember 1834, 
and bur. at St 
Mary's, Walton- 
on-the-Hill, ca 
Lancaster, the 
following day. 



Annette Mary, bom 2 April, bapt at Hartford 30 July 1867; marr. at St Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, London (by the Rev. Canon Somerset Edward PenneCather), on Saturday, 18 November 
1899, Colonel Henry Bowles, C.B. (3nd son of John Samuel Bowles of Milton Hill, co. Berks, 
J.P. and D.L., by Mary Wintle his wife, eldest dau. of the Rt Rev. Ashurst Turner Gilbert, 
Bishop of Chichester); bom at Milton Hill on Sunday, 35 June 1854; entered the Army as 
Sub- Lieutenant (unattached) 36 Febmary 1876, appointed to the 19th Regiment of Foot 
36 Febmary 1877, Lieutenant Yorkshire Regiment 36 Febmary 1877, Captain 36 September 1883, 
Brevet Major 15 Jime 1885, Major 4 March 1893, Brevet Lieut-Colonel 30 May 1898, 
Lieut.-Colonel 39 March 1899, Brevet Colonel 39 March 1903, Substantive Colonel i June 
1903 ; Staff-Captain, Egypt, 37 September 1884 to 35 July 1885 ; D.A.A. and Q.M.G. Egypt, 
26 July 1885 to 31 May 1886; Director of Army School, Head-Quarters of Army, i June 
1903, afterwards A.A.G. ; served in the Nile Expedition 1884-85, Staff Officer at Assouan 
(mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 35 August 1885, Brevet of Major); operations 
on North-West Frontier of India 1897-98, with Tirah Expieditionary Force (mentioned in 
despatches, "London Gazette," 5 April 1898, Brevet of Lieut-Colonel, medal with two clasps); 
served in South African War, in command of ist Battalion Yorkshire Regiment, 1899-1903 ; at 
operations in Cape Colony, South of Orange River, including action at Colesberg, and at relief 
of Kimberley; in the Orange Free State February to May 1900, including operations at 
Paardeberg (severely wounded); actions at Vet River and Zand River; in the Transvaal in 
May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria and Diamond Hill ; 
operations in the Transvaal, East of Pretoria, including action at Belfast (mentioned in 
despatches, "London Gazette," 4 May 1900 and 8 February 1901, Queen's medal with five 
clasps. King's medal with two clasps) ; nominated C.B. 39 November 1900. 



Clement St George Royds Littledale- 
of Wick Hill House, Bracknell, co. 
Berks ; bom at Highfield House, 
West Derby, co. Lancaster, 8 De- 
cember 185 1, bapt at St John's, 
Knotty Ash, co. Lancaster, 37 
January 1853 ; F.R.G.S. ; received 
gold medal for journey through Tibet. 



"Teresa Newcomen Julia Everleigh, youngest dau. of John 
Harris, R.N., of Eldon House, New London, Prince Edward 
Island, Canada, by Amelia his wife, only dau. of Samuel 
Ryerse; marr. at St George's, Hanover Square, London 
(by the Rev. Osborne Gordon), on Tuesday, 37 February 
1877. She marr. istly in Canada, William John Scott of 
Wick Hill House, Bracknell, co. Berks ; died on board the 
s.s. "Palestine," near Suez, on Wednesday, 16 June 1875, 
bur. in the churchyard at Easthampstead, co. Berks. 

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John Bolton Littledale of Sandiway-FCl^u^ Violet, 6th dau. of William Stevenson of co. 



Bank, co. Chester, and of Braystones, 
CO. Cumberland; bom at Sandiway 
Bank 15 June, bapt. at Hartford 30 July 
1868; educated at Eton and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 13 January 
1888, aged 18, B.A. 1891 ; J.P. for co. 
Chester 1900. 



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Stirling, by Louisa Katherine his wife, youngest 
dau. of John Hunt of Pittencrieff, co. Fife ; torn 
at Dargavel, Bishopton, co. Renfrew, in July 1872 ; 
marr. at St Mary's, Bimam, co. Perth (by the 
Rev. Canon Hunter, the Rector, assisted by the 
Rev. Clement Leigh Coldwell, Rector of Holy 
Trinity, Stirling), on Thursday, 12 October 1899. 



Ronald Bolton Littledale, bom at 
Sandiway Bank 14 June, bapt. 
at Weaverham, co. Chester, 22 July 
1901. 



Thomas Bolton Littledale of»Ethel, dau. 
Quinta Egapal, Villa Casilda, Middleton, by 
Rosario, Santa F^, Argentine 
Republic ; bom 3 September, 
bapt. at Hartford 10 No- 
vember 1869; educated at 
Eton and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 18 
October 1888, aged 19. 



of Henry 
Selmira his 
wife, dau. of Santiago Sarria ; 
born at Caftada de Gomez, 
Santa f%, Argentine Republic; 
marr. at St. Bartholomew's, 
Rosario, Santa F^, 15 June 
1903. 



Edith Maud, born at Sandiway 
Bank on Friday, 10 March, 
bapt. at Hartford 18 April 187 1. 



May, bom at Sandiway Bank 
on Sunday, 11 July, bapt at 
Hartford 13 September 1875. 



William Edmund Royds Littledale, bora at Highfield-rEllen Mary, dau. of Thomas Archer ; 



House, West Derby, co. Lancaster, 20 May, bapt. 
at Knotty Ash, co. Lancaster, 14 July 1857 ; ^ucated 
at Eton. 



bom 7 January i860 ; marr. at 
St John's, Liverpool, 27 November 
1887. 



Edmund Harold Littledale, bom at Decoy 
Farm, Marchwood, co. Hants, i October 
1900, bapt at Marchwood (by the Rev. 
Charles Letmbert Coghlan) 29 January 1901. 




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jrietcjjer of aUerton, 
(0* lama^ter. 



Arms pn record in the College of Arms. — 
Azure in chief two horses' heads erased 
ermine in base an anchor erect with cable 
gold on a chief wavy or three harts each 
charged with a pheon point downwards 
a^enU 

Crest, — A dexter arm embowed in armonr 
proper garnished or the hand grasping a 
dart barbed and flighted also proper the 
arm surmounting an anchor as in the arms. 

Motto, — Nee qunrere nee spemere 
honOTem. 



Caleb Fletcher of May 
Liverpool, co. Lancaster (and son 
of Jacob Fletcher of Liverpool, 
formerly of Whitehaven, co. Cum- 
berland, by Isabella his wife, dau. of 
Caleb Birch of Whitehaven) ; bom 
at Whitehaven 6 April 1754; died 
at Bifay Place, Liverpool, 15 January, 
bur. in the family vault at Holy 
Trinity, Wavertree, co. Lancaster, 
22 January 18 10. Will with codicil 
dated 22 December 1808, proved 
(P.C.C. 416 ColUngwood) 7 August 
1810, by Ellen Fletcher, relict, 
Joseph Fletcher, Jacob Fletcher and 
Thomas Rawson, four of the Etors. 
Power reserved to Jacob Fletcher, 
son, when he shall attain the age of 
21 years. 



Place,^Ellen, 




2nd dan. of 
ThomasLickbarrow 
of Liverpool, by 
Elizabeth Kenyon 
his wife; bom 16 
March, bapt at 
St Peter's, Liver- 
pool, 23 March 
1766; marr. at 
Childwall, co. Lan- 
caster (by the 
Rev. John Langton 
Leech, brother-in- 
law of the bride), 
10 November 1 788 ; 
died 6 November, 
bur. at Holy 
Trinity, Wavertree, 
10 November 182 1. 



Jacob Fletcher of Allerton, co. Lancaster ; bom 3 August, bapt at St 
Thomas', Liverpool, 14 August 1790; of Brasenose Collie, Oxford, 
matriculated i May 1807, B.A. 181 1, M.A. 23 February 1814; died 
unmarried at Allerton, aged 72, on Thursday, 18 June, bur. at Holy 
Trinity, Wavertree, 23 June 1863. Will dated 16 January 1858, with 
codicil dated 26 March 1863, proved at Liverpool 17 August 1863, by 
Caleb Fletcher of Allerton and William Fletcher of 31 Castle Street, 
Liverpool, brothers, the Eftors. 



Thomas Fletcher, 
bom 23 Septem- 
ber 1 791, bapt. at 
St Thomas', liver- 
pool, and died 10 
October following. 



William Fletcher, bom 11 July, bapt at 
Childwall, co. Lancaster, 28 August 1827 ; 
entered the Army as Ensign 44th (The 
East Essex) R^ment of Foot 6 November 
1846, Lieutenant 21 March 185 1, Captain 
12 January 1855, retired as Major 6 June 
1856; served in the Crimea 1854-55, 
including the battles of the Alma and 
Inkerman, siege and fiedl of Sebastopol, and 
attack and occupation of the Cemetery 18 
June 1855 (medal with clasps. Brevet of 
Major, Sardinian medal, 5th-class Medjidie 
and Turkish medal); died unmarried, 
aged 42, on Thursday, 9 December 1869, 
bur. at Kirk Braddon, Isle of Man. 



Mary, bom 20 October 1828, bapt Emily, bom 

at Childwall 2 January 1829; i June, and 

marr. at St George's, Liverpool bapt.atChild- 

(by the Ven"« Archdeacon BrooksX wall 3 Sep- 

on Thursday, 17 July 1851, temberi83o; 

Tyndall Bright of Liverpool (3rd died, aged 

son of Robert Bright of Abbott's 11 months, 

Leigh, CO. Somerset, by Caroline and bur. at 

his wUe, dau. of Thomas Tyndall Holy Trinity, 

of the Fort, Bristol); bom 30 June Wavertree, 26 

1820; died at Abbott's Leigh, May 1831. 
aged 77, on Wednesday, 10 Sep- 
tember, bur. there 13 September 
1902. 



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Caleb Fletcher of Allerton, co. 
Lancaster ; bom lo November, 
bapL at St Thomas', Liverpool, 
CO. Lancaster, 7 December 1 792 ; 
died unmarried at Allerton, aged 
78, on Friday, 18 November, 
bur. at Holy Trinity, Wavertree, 
CO. Lancaster, 22 November 
1870. Will dated 29 January 
1864, with two codicils dated 
respectively 4 February 1870 
and 29 September 1870, proved 
at Liverpool 31 December 1870, 
by Alfred Fletcher of Holly 
Bank, Green Lane, Wavertree, 
CO. Lancaster, nephew, Tyndall 
Bright of "Woodcote," Aig- 
buii^ Road, Liverpool, and 
Thomas Earle of Brook Farm, 
Smithdown Road, Liverpool, 
the EtOTS. 



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William Fletcher of Allertoni-f^^T* ^^^'^ ^^' of Moses 
born at May Place, Liver- 
pool, 13 Aprils bapt at 
St Thomas', Liverpool, 
8 May 1 795 ; died at 
Allerton, aged 76, on Friday, 
20 October 187 1, bur. at 
Holy Trinity, Wavertree. 
Will dated 9 May 187 1, 
proved at Liverpool 13 
November 1871, by Alfred 
Fletcher of Wavertree, co. 
Lancaster, son, Tyndall 
Bright of "Woodcote," Aig- 
burth Road, Liverpool, and 
Thomas Earle of Brook Farm, 
Smithdown Road, Liverpool, 
the Eftors. 



COcio ^i^CM^^i^ijLj, 



Benson of Lutwyche Hall, co. 
Salop, and of Woodcroft, co. 
Lancaster, by Margaret his wife, 
dau. of Captain John Kendall ; 
bom 10 January 1804, bapt at 
St Stephen's, Liverpool, 18 
June 1806 ; mart, at Childwallf 
CO. Lancaster, 28 August 1826; 
died at "Clearwood," Mossley 
Hill, Liverpool, in her 89th year, 
on Thursday, 22 December, 
bur. at Holy Trinity, Wavertree, 

27 December 1892. Will dated 

28 March 1883, with three 
codicils dated respectively 17 
May 1884, 3 September 1885 
and 9 May 1892, proved at 
Liverpool 25 January 1893, by 
Alfred Fletcher, son, Tyndall 
Bright and Sir Thomas Earle, 
Baronet, the Eltors. 



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y^ /y f ^^ Liverpc 



Emily, bom 29 June, bapt at St. Catherine's, Abercromby Square, Liverpool, 8 November 
1832 ; marr. at St George's, Liverpool (by the Ven^^ Archdeacon Brooks), on Tuesday, 
6 September 1853, Sir Thomas Earle of Allerton Tower and of Liverpool, Baronet (eldest 

son of Sir Hardman Earle of Allerton Tower and 

Liverpool, who was created a Baronet in 1869, 

his wife, 2nd dau. of William Langton of 

Lajicaster); bom 30 June, bapt at 

St Peter's, Liverpool, 17 August 1820; J. P. for the 
borough of Liverpool, J.P. and D.L. for co. Lancaster; succeeded his fother as 2nd Baronet 
25 January 1877; died at Allerton Tower, in his 8oth year, on Friday, 13 April, bur. at 
Woolton, CO. Lancaster, on Wednesday, 18 April 1900. Will dated 5 February 1890, with 
codicil dated 27 November 1895, proved at Liverpool 25 June 1900, by Hardman Arthur Earle 
and Thomas Algernon Earle, two of the E&ors. Portrait at Norton Lodge^ near Yarmouth^ 
Isle of Wight^ in the possession of Sir Henry Earle^ Baronet^ his son. She died at 15 Wetherby 
Gardens, South Kensington, London, in her 73rd year, on Friday, 2 June, and was bur. at 
Woolton on Tuesday, 6 June 1905. Will dated 28 February 1901, with codicil dated 
6 December 1904, proved in the Principal Registry 17 October 1905, by Sir Henry Earle, 
Baronet, Hardman Arthur Earle and Thomas Algernon Earle, sons, the Eltors. 



{See Pedigree of Earle^ Vol 10^ page 106^ and Additions and 
Corrections^ Vol, 12, page xxii.) 



William Alfred Littledale Fletcher, D.S.O., bom at Holly Bank, Wavertree, on Wednesday, 
25 August, bapt. at St Catherine's, Abercromby Square, Liverpool, 12 October 1869; educated 
at Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 12 October 1888, aged 19; volunteered 
for the South African War, gazetted to the 32nd Company of Imperial Yeomanry as Lieutenant 
7 February 1900 (mentioned in Lord Kitchener's despatch, "London Gazette,'' 7 May 1901, 
Queen's medal with two clasps), retired as Hon. Lieutenant in the Army 10 July 1901; 
awarded D.S.O. 28 September 1901. 

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Thomas Fletcher, 
born 26 October, 
bapt at St. Thomas', 
Liverpool, 24 No- 
vember 1797; died 
26 February 1798. 



Elizabeth, bom 29 August, bapt. at St Thomas', Liverpool, 30 September 
1799; marr. at Childmll, co. Lancaster, 3 January 1825, Henry Ashton 
of Poulton Hey, co. Chester (son of Nicholas Ashton of Woolton 
Hall, CO. Lancaster); bom 4 October 1795 ; died at Poulton Hey, 
aged 75, on Thursday, 22 December 1870, bur. at Woolton. Will 
dated 17 June 1870, proved at Chester 16 January 1871, by 
William Walcott Shand of Gwysaney, co. Flint, and Charles Myers of 
Woolton, CO. Lancaster, two of the Eiors. She died at Camp Hill, 
Woolton, aged 71, on Monday, 3 July, and was bur. at Woolton 
7 July 1871. Admon was granted at Chester 3 August 1871, to 
Mary Ashton of Poulton Hey, spinster, daughter, and one of the 
next of kin. ^ 



Henry Fletcher, bom 3 July, bapt. 
at St Catherine's, Abercromby 
Square, Liverpool, 11 December 
1834; lost in the s.s. "City of 
Gla^^ow," which sailed i March 
1854, and was never sighted again 
after leaving the River Mersey. 



Edward Fletcher, born 22 
August, bapt at St Catherine's, 
Abercromby Square, Liverpool, 
14 December 1838; died at 
Allerton, co. Lancaster, aged 15, 
on Saturday, 29 Octob^, bur. 
at Holy Trinity, Wavertree, co. 
Lancaster, 2 November 1853. 



Alfred Fletcher-^Edith, 3rd dau. of Thomas Littledale of 
*" ^ H]ghfieldHouse,West Derby, CO. Lancaster, 

by Julia his wife, 2nd dau. of Clement 
Royds of Greenhill and Falinge, both co. 
Lancaster, J.P. and D.L. for Sie counties 
of York and Lancaster, High Sheriff for 
CO. Lancaster 1850 {see Pedigree of 
Royds^ Vol J, page 14); bora at Highfield 
House, West Derby, 14 August, bapt at 
St John-the-EvangeUst, West Derby, 14 
September 1848 ; marr. at St Mary's, West 
Derby (by the Rev. Edward Royds, Rector 
of Brereton, co. Chester, assisted by the 
Rev. William Thomas Newenham), on 
Thursday, 25 June 1868. 

{See Pedigree of UttUdak^ page S4.) 



of Allerton 
bom I June, 
bapt at St Ca- 
therine's, Aber- 
cromby Square, 
Liverpool, 7 Oc- 
tober 1841 ; 
educated at 
WinchesterJ.P. 
and D.L. for co. 
Lancaster. 



Edith Mabel, born at Wavertree on Saturday, 24 September, bapt. at 
Childwall 4 November 1870; marr. at Woolton (by the Rev. Edward 
Sanderson, Rector of Uckfield, co. Sussex, assisted by the Rev. Vemon 
Royle of Elstree, co. Hertford, and the Rev. George Hardwicke 
Spooner, the Rector), on Tuesday, 29 September 1891, Lancelot 
Sanderson of 62 Palace Gardens, Kensington, London, K.C. (eldest 
son of John Sanderson of Ward House, EUel, co. Lancaster, J.P., by 
Alice his wife, dau. of John Tunstall of EUel); bom 24 October 
1863 ; educated at Elstree, at Harrow and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1882, B.A. and LL.B. 1885, ^'A,. 1892 ; 
called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1886, appointed Recorder 
of Wigan November 1901, K.C. 1903. 



Aubrey Littledale 
Fletcher, bom at 
Allerton on Wed- 
nesday, 5 February 
1873, <>^d bapt 
there privately ; 
died at Allerton, 
aged 7 weeks, on 
Friday, 28 March 
1873, and bur. 
at Halewood, co. 
Lancaster. 



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Edward Ltonel-^Mary, only dau. of 



Fletcher, bom 
at Allerton, co. 
Lancaster, on 
Wednesday, 24 
May, bapt at 
All Hallows', 
Allerton, 12 
August 1876 ; 
educated at 
Eton. 



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Gilbert Thompson Bates 
of Whitfield, co. Here- 
ford, and of Muirshiel, 
CO. Renfrew (son of Sir 
Edward Bates of Many- 
down Park, CO. Hants, 
Baronet), by Charlotte 
Thaxter his wife, dau. of 
Geoige Warren of Straw- 
berry Field, Woolton, 
CO. Lancaster; bom at 
Bellefidd, West Derby, 
CO. Lancaster, 19 April 
1878 ; marr. at St Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London, 
on Saturday, 2 1 February 
1903. 



Geoffrey Littledale Fletcher,^ 
bom at Allerton on Mon- 
day, xo February, bapt 
at All Hallows', Allerton, 
8 April 1879; educated at 
Eton; volunteered for the 
South African War, served 
as Trooper (No. 1725) 
with 22nd Company Im- 
perial Yeomanry, nominated 
Lance-Corporal, granted a 
Commission in 32nd Com- 
pany Imperial Yeomanry 
21 March 1900 (Queen's 
medal with two clasps); 
retired as Hon. Lieutenant 
in the Army. 



Esme Lyonelle^ bom at Maryton Grange, 
Allerton, on Tuesday, 6 September, bapt 
at Woolton 9 October 1904. 



-Lilian Steuart, youngest 
dau. of Robert Glad- 
stone of Woolton Vale, 
CO. Lancaster, by Mary 
Ellen his wife, dau. of 
Robertson Gladstone 
of Courthey, Roby, 
CO. Lancaster ; bom 
at Woolton Vale 21 
August 1878 ; marr. at 
All Hallows', Allerton 
(by the Rev. Henry 
Gibson Smith, assisted 
by the Rev. Canon 
(ieorge Hardwicke 
Spooner), on Wednes- 
day, 27 September 
1905. 



Dorothy Noel, bom at 
Allerton on Christmas 
Day, Saturday, 25 De- 
cember 1880, bapt at 
All Hallows', Allerton, 
20 February 1881. 



Bolton Littledale Fletcher, bom at 
Allerton on Wednesday, 13 October 
1886, bapt at All Hallows', Allerton, 
3 July 1887; educated at Eton; 
2nd Lieutenant (on probation) Scots 
Guards 10 February 1906. 



I 
Harold Molyneux Fletcher, 
bom on Monday, 30 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at All Hallows', 
Allerton, 22 December 
1889 ; educated at Eton. 





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Arms, — A lion rampant sable. 

Crest, — On a sheaf of arrows fesseways a hawk proper. 

Motto,— Wvttxtit is honour. 



William Kenrick of Broome, near Betchworth, co. Surrey (elder son 
the Rev. Jarvis Kenrick of Ckilham, co. Kent* M.A. {see Pedigree of 
Kenrickf Vol, j, page I2s\ by Dorothy his wife, dau. of William 
Seward of Red Cross Street, London); bom at Chilham 21 January 
1774; of Jesus College, Cambridge, and of the Middle Temple, 
London; M.P. for Bletchingley 31 October 1806 until 24 November 
1814; one of H.M. Justices of the Great Session of the Principality 
of Wales; died at Broome, near Betchworth, 22 October 1829, bur. in 
the family vault at Bletchingley, co. Surrey. Will dated i October 
1829, proved (P.C.C. 713 Liverpool) 7 December 1829, by Frances 
Aime Kenrick, relict, William Murray, the Hon^ William BoUand 
and the Rev. Jarvis Kenrick, the younger, nephew, four of the Eiors. 

{See ''Notes" to ''Visitation of England and Wales;' 
Vol, 6, page 42,) 



of^Frances 



Anne, dau. 
and coheir of Robert 
Mascall of Peasmarsh 
Place, CO. Sussex, 
and of Ashford, co. 
Kent, by Martha his 
wife, eldest dau. of 
Jeremiah Curteis of 
Rye, CO. Sussex ; 
marr. at Peasmarsh 
14 December 1812; 
died at Rusthall, co. 
Kent, bur..there. 



I 
William Kenrick of "St. Clare," Walmer,- 
co. Kent; born at Ashford i October 
1813 ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Kent; died 
at "St Clare," Walmer, in his 56th 
year, on Wednesday, 10 February 
1869, bur. at Walmer. Will dated 
28 June 1862, proved (Prin. Reg., 
184, 69) 27 March 1869, by William 
Hussey Fleet of Darenth Grange, 
Dartford, co. Kent, one of the £&ors. 



'Louisa, younger dau. of William Fleet of Darenth 
Grange, co. Kent; bom at Darenth; marr. at 
Sutton-at-Hone, co. Kent (by the Ven^ Walker 
King, Archdeacon of Rochester), on Thursday, 15 
April 1841 ; died at Sevington, Guildford, co. Surrey, 
aged 83, on Thursday, 18 November 1897, bur. in 
the cemetery at Guildford Will dated 10 (October 
1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 1341, 97) 15 December 
1897, by William Mascall Kenrick and the Rev. 
Charles William Herbert Kenrick, son, the Elors. 



William Mascall Kenrick of Broome, Fleet, co. Hants ; bom at Boume-^Mary 
House, Bishopsboume, co. Kent, i March, bapt. at Bishopsboume 
23 April 1842 ; educated at Eton ; entered the Army as Ensign 67th 
(The South Hampshire) Regiment of Foot 8 November 1861 ; died at 
Broome, Fleet, aged 63, on Tuesday, 23 May, bur. at Fleet on Friday, 
26 May 1905. Will dated 15 October 1901, proved in the Principal 
Registry 3 July 1905, by Cyril Cranmer, Curteis Kenrick and Charles 
Jarvis Matthew Kenrick, sons, two of the Eftors. 



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Catharine, 
youngest dau. of 
Edmund Lombard 
Hunt of CO. Galway, 
by Katherine his 
wife, dau. of Ed- 
mund Powell ; marr. 
at Monkstown, co. 
Dublin (by the Rev. 
John Lynch), on 
Thursday, 2 April 
1868. 



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Herbert William Mascall Kenrick, born at 9 Mount^Helen Clara Campden, elder dau. of 



Street Crescent, Dublin, on Saturday, 22 May 1869, 
and bapt. at Dublin ; educated at Charterhouse ; entered 
the Army as 2nd Lieutenant nth Hussars 30 May 
1891, Lieutenant 10 August 1892, Captain 16 July 1898; 
served in North-West Frontier of India 1897-98 (medal 
with clasp) ; employed with Egyptian Army 22 January 
1900 to 21 January 1902. 



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Frederick Campden Little of Wilton 
Villa, Campden Hill, Kensington, 
London, by Helen Ruth his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Tredwell ; bom at 
Wilton Villa, Campden Hill, on 
Thursday, 9 January 1879, and bapt 
at St. Mary AbboU's, Kensington; 
marr. there 29 April 1905. 



Ruth Betty Mary, bom at Neilsland House, Hamilton, 
CO. Lanark, 4 April, bapt at St Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, London, 17 July 1906. 

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Frances, bom at Broome, near Betchworth, co. Surrey, 9 August, bapt. at 
Worthing, co. Sussex, 7 October 1816 ; marr. at Bishopsboume, co. Kent 
(by the Rev. Charles Oxenden), 15 September 1841, as his 2nd wife, Edward 
Barrett Curteis of Leasam, co. Sussex (2nd son of Edward Jeremiah Curteis 
of Windmill HiU and of Elnell, both co. Sussex, M.P., by Mary his wife, 
only dau. and heir of the Rev. Stephen Barrett, Rector of Hothfield, 
CO. Kent); bom at Church House, Northiaro, co. Sussex, 25 July 1805; 
formerly Major 7th Dragoon Guards; J. P. for co. Sussex, M.P. for Rye 
1832-37. She died at Springfield, Playden, co. Sussex, on Sunday, 21 
August 1887. He marr. istly at Benenden, co. Kent (by the Rev. W. 
Smith Marriott), on Thursday, 9 March 1837, Charlotte Lydia, youngest 
dau. of Thomas Law Hodges of Hemsted, co. Kent, M.P. ; bom 5 March 
1 8 18; died at Jennings, co. Kent, leaving issue, aged 20, 8 June 1838, 
bur. in the churchyard at Wartling, co. Sussex. He died at Leasam, 
aged 74, on Sunday, 14 December 1879, and was bur. at Playden. 



Elizabeth, bom 
at Broome, near 
Betchworth, on 
Sunday, 4 Jan- 
uary, bapt. at 
Betchworth, 4 
March 1818. 



Louisa, bom at Mauldon Cottage, co. Bedford, 5 April, bapt. at Mauldon 18 April 1843; num-. 
at Walmer, co. Kent (by the Rev. Charles Smyth Johnston, brother of the bridegroom, 
assisted by the Rev. Alexander Ewing, the Vicar), on Thursday, 18 April 1872, Edward John 
Johnston (2nd son of Hugh Johnston of Eridge, co. Sussex); entered the Army as Ensign 
66th (The Berkshire) Regiment of Foot 28 August 1863, Lieutenant 10 October 1865, 
Captain 18 August 1869. 



George Edmund Ranald Kenrick, D.S.O. >pAmy Marion, dau, 



bom at Stockcross, co. Berks, on Monday, 16 
January, bapt at Speen, co. Berks, i March 187 1; 
educated at Charterhouse; entered the Army 
as 2nd Lieutenant The Queen's (Royal West 
Surrey Regiment) 18 November 1891, Lieu- 
tenant 10 May 1895, Captain 7 May 1900; 
entered Staff College November 1905; Divisional 
Signalling Officer (graded Staff Captain), 
South Africa, 9 October 1899 to 26 October 
1900, Staff-Captain 27 October 1900 to 23 June 
1902; Assistant Military Secretary to Lieut- 
General in Transvaal and Orange River Colony, 
and to Lieut.-General Commanding the Forces 
in South Africa 24 June 1902; served in 
operations on North-West Frontier of India 
1897-98, with Malakand Field Force, Mohmand 
Field Force and Tirah Expeditionary Force 
(medal with two clasps); served in South 
African War 1899-1900, on Staff (mentioned in 
despatches "London Gazette," 16 April 1901, 
Queen's medal with five clasps, D.S.O. 29 
November 1900, King's medal with two clasps). 



of George O'Flaherty 
of The Lodge, Bally 
Conneely, and of 
Ardnasella, Ough- 
terard, co. Galway, 
J.P., by Amelia his 
wife, dau. of Henry 
Sayers St. Kerry ; 
bom 20 February 
1876; marr. at Hoo, 
CO. Kent, on Thurs- 
day, 2 June 1904. 



Neville Cyril Evelyn Kenrick, bom at 
The Lodge, Ashley Avenue, Cheriton, 
CO. Kent, 9 July, bapt at Fleet, co. 
Hants, 26 August 1905. 

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Cyril Cranmer Curteis 
Kenrick, born at 
Newbury, co. Berks, 
on Saturday, 6 July 
1872, and bapt. at 
Speen; educated at 
Charterhouse and 
at Merton College, 
Oxford, matriculated 
22 October 1891, 
M.A. 1898; Classical 
Master at Wellington 
House, Westgate-on- 
Sea, CO. Kent, since 
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Jane, bom at Broome, near Betchworth, oo. Surrey, 5 May, bapt 
at Betcbworth 10 October 1823; died at St Leonard's-on-Sea, 
CO. Sussex, 27 July 1903, bur. at Rustball, co. Rent Will dated 
9 January 1S94, with oodicQ dated 24 October 1896, proved 
(Prin. R^., 1103, 1903) 2 September 1903, by Richard Dawes 
and Anne Mary Curteis, spinster, niece, the Elors. 



Anne, bom at Broome^ 
near Betcbworth, i June» 
died at Brighton, ca 
Sussex, 4 August 1826, 
bur. in the old church- 
yard at Brighton. 



Rev. Charles William Herbert Kenrick, bom atp-pEthel Frances, 2nd dau. of the Rev. 



"St Clare," Walmer, ca Kent, 6 March 1850; 
educated at Eton and at Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated 4 June 1868, B.A. 1873, M.A. 1875; 
Vicar of Poulton, co. Gloucester, 1876-81, Curate 
of St Mark's, New Swindon, co. Wilts, 1881-82, 
Vicar of St George's, Tylehurst, co. Berks, 1882-85, 
and of Holy Trinity, Reading, co. Berks, 1885-93, 
Surrogate Vicar of Caversham, co. O^dford, 
1893-98, Hon. Diocesan Inspector of Schools for 
the Diocese of Winchester 1900-1901, Vicar of 
Holy Trinity, Barnstaple, co. Devon, from 1901. 



the Hon^ John Gifford, Rector of 
Siddington, co. Gloucester (2nd son 
of Robert, ist Baron Gifford); marr. 
at Siddintgton (by the Rev. Henry 
Scott Holland, Senior Student of Christ 
Church, Oxford, assisted by the 
Rev. Herbert Bamett, Ch^lain of 
Cuddesdcm College^ co. Oxford) on 
Tuesday, 4 February 1879; died at 
" Ingleside," Readings on Monday, 
30 October 1893, bur. at Reading. 



Evelyn Mary, bom at Bruns- 
wick Terrace, Swindon, co. 
Wilts, on Friday, 17 February 
1882. 



Violet, bom at "The Elms," 
Coley Avenue, Reading, on 
Wednesday, 14 February 
1883. 



Constance, bom at "Ingleside," 
Reading, on Friday, 30 January 
1885. 



Charles Jarvis Matthew Kenrick-^Mabel, 
of Manor Farm, Hannington, 
CO. Hants; bom at Dean Wood, 
Newbury, co. Berks, on Friday, 
9 January, bapt. at Speen, 
CO. Berks, 8 Febraary 1874; 
matriculated at Cambridge 
Michaelmas Term, 1892; for- 
merly Lieutenant 3rd Battalion 
Somersetshire Light Infantry 
(Militia). 



youngest dau. of Colonel Gordon 
Young of Stockton House, Fleet, co. Hants, 
Indian Staff Corps, by Charlotte his wife, 
dau. of General Rob Smith, C.B. ; bom 
at Jullender, Punjab, India, 8 November, 
bapt there 4 December 1877; mair. at 
Reet (by the Rev. Charles William 
Herbert Kenrick, Vicar of Holy Trinity, 
Barnstaple, assisted by the Rev. Walter 
Copleston Furneaux, Vicar ci Sheen and 
Mortlake, co. Surrey, and the Rev. 
George Herbert Preston, the Vicar) on 
Wednesday, 16 October 1901. 



William Robert 
Scawen Kenrick, 
bom at "Ridge- 
mount," Boume- 
mouth, CO. Hants, 
on Friday, 22 
September 1876; 
died 10 Feb- 
raary, bur. in 
the cemetery at 
Guildford 15 
February 1891. 



Marjorie Amy, bom at Stockton House, 
Fleet, on Saturday, 2 August, bapt at 
Fleet 2 September 1902. 



Jarvis Julian Mascall Kenrick, 
bom at Newbury 16 June, 
bapt at Speen 25 July 1905. 



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Robert Finnemore of Balljrward, co. Wicklow, 
son of William Finnemore of Balljrward, 
by Catherine his 2nd wife, daughter 
of the Rev. Samuel Ussher, Rector of 
Dimganstown, co. Wicklow [post nuptial 
settlement dated 11 June 1751 and recorded 
in Dublin] ; bapt at Blessington, co. 
Wicklow, II March 1755; marr. Mary, dau. 
of Michael Powell of Banlahan, co. Cork; 
bom at Banlahan in 1770. He died at 
Blessington^ aged 87, 27 May 1838, and was 
bur. there. 



Arms on record in Uhter^s Office,— 
Ennine on a chevron gules between in 
chief two gnus' heads erased proper and 
in base an Irish harp or stringed argent a 
chevTonel of the last. 

Crest, — On a Roman fasces proper a 
gnu's head as in the arms. 

Metto, — Ad finem ora. 



Isaac Powell Finnemore of Pietermaritzburg,-j-Jan^ 
Natal, South Africa, formerly of Addington 
Park, CO. Surrey ; educated in Ireland as 
Land Surveyor, but took up Botany and 
Landscape Gardening; came to England in 
1824; Land Steward to the Most Rev. 
William Howley, Archbishop of Canterbury ; 
emigrated to Natal, shipwrecked in the 
"Minerva" on Bluff Rocks, Port Natal, 
4 July 1850; settled in Pietermaritzbuig ; 
died there 13 May, bur. in the Church of 
England Cemetery at Pietermaritzburg 
14 May 1876. Will dated 20 June 1870, 
proved at Pietermaritzburg 15 May 1876, by 
Jfane Finnemore, relict, the sole Executrix. 



only dau. of Thomas 
Clarke of London, by 
Anne his wife, dau. of 
William Gray; bom in 
London in 181 7 ; marr. 
by licence at St Luke's, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex (by 
the Rev. Thomas Tunstall 
Smith), 5 February 1842; 
died at Pietermaritzburg 

24 February, bur. in the 
Church of England Ceme- 
tery at Pietermaritzburg 

25 February 1889. Will 
dated 17 January 1877, 
proved at Pietermaritzburg 

26 February 1889, by 
the HonW« Robert Isaac 
Finnemore, the Eitor. 



Robert Finnemore, 
came to England 
in 1838; died un- 
married at Liver- 
pool, bur. there in 
1838. 



I 
Robert Isaac Finnemore, born at 
Durban, Natal, 15 April, bapt. 
there 7 June 1888 ; died 28 
December, bur. in the Wesleyan 
Cemetery at Pietermaritzburg 
29 December 1905. 



Howard Victor West Finnemore, 
bom at Durban 20 June, bapt. 
there 15 August 1889 \ ^^^ 
1 1 January, bur. in the Wesleyan 
Cemetery at Pietermaritzburg 13 
January 1891. 



Irene Augusta Violet, 
bom at Durban 6 
February, bapt. there 
18 March 1891. 



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Hon"* Robert Isaac Finnemore of Elim House,»T<AtherineAugusta, 



only dau. of 
JohnRussom J. P., 
sometime Mayor 
of Pietermaritz- 
burg, by Susan his 
and wife, dau. 
of John West 
of Cardiff, co. 
Glamorgan; bom 
at Pietermaritz- 
burg 15 December 
1855 ; marr. at 
Eastridge, Pieter- 
maritzburg, 7 June 
1887. 



Pietermaritzburg, Natal, South Africa ; bom at 
Addington Park, co. Surrey, 29 October, bapt 
at Addington 29 November 1842 ; educated at 
the Church of England Grammar School, 
Pietermaritzburg, and at Bishopstowe Mission 
Station; Pupil Assistant, Surveyor-General's 
Office, 4 August 1858, 2nd Clerk i March 
1^599 Chief Clerk and Draughtsman 3 October 
1864, Govemment Land Surveyor 18 No- 
vember 1863, Clerk to Attorney-General 22 
November 1865 ; called to the Bar, Natal, 
8 January 1868; Postmaster-General 2 Febmary 

1876, Acting Colonial Treasurer 19 February 

1877, Master and Registrar Supreme Court 
and R^strar Vice-Admiralty Court 29 July 

1878, Magistrate, Durban, i April 1881, Justice 

of the Peace for the Colony 30 May 1881, 

Acting Puisne Judge 19 July 1883 ; Marriage 

Officer, Durban, 25 October 1887 ; Collector of Customs, 
Registrar of Shipping and Emigration Officer i March 1889 ; 
many years Deputy Chairman of Natal Harbour Board; 
Examiner of Candidate Notaries, Crown Solicitor and 
Parliamentary Draughtsman i July 1894; Member Tender 
Board i July 1894, Member Civil Service Board 11 August 
1894, Commissioner of Stamps 24 June 1895; served as 
Chairman of Zulu War Relief Commission 1879, and on many 
other Commissions ; accompanied Govemor as Legal Adviser 
after Jameson Raid 1896 (mentioned in despatches and 
received special thanks) ; Reporter of Supreme Court Cases, 
Editor Natal Law Reports and Digests of Cases; appointed 
Puisne Judge Supreme Court i November 1896, became 
First Puisne Judge 1902, acted as Chief Justice 1903 and 
also in 1904, retired the same year, when a special pension 
was granted to him by Act, No. 43, 1904, of the Legislative 
Council and Assembly of Natal; F.R.A.S., F.R.Hist. Soc., 
F.R.Met Soc., F.A.I., F.S.S., F.R.G.S., F.Z.S., &c. ; died 
suddenly on Sunday, 22 July 1906, bur.* in the Wesleyan 
Cemetery at Pietermaritzburg the same day. 



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Catherine Isabel, 
bomat Durban 19 
July, bapt there 
6 October 1892. 



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Winifred Dorothea, bom at Pietermaritzburg 
12 September, bapt. there 13 November 1894; 
died at Pietermaritzburg 24 August 1904, 
and bur. in the Wesleyan Cemetery at 
Pietermaritzburg the same day. 



William Albert Finnemore, 
bom at Addington Park 
18 August, bapt at 
Addington 18 September 
1844; Bank Accountant; 
died unmarried at Pieter- 
maritzburg 19 October, 
bur. in the Church 
of England Cemetery 
at * Pietermaritzburg 20 
October 1900. 



Thomas Henry Finnemore, 
bom at Addington Park 
I March, bapt at Adding- 
ton I April 1846 ; of the 
Natal Civil Service ; died 
unmarried 14 March, bur. 
in the Churdi of England 
Cemetery at Pietermaritz- 
burg 15 March 1887. 
Will dated 3 June 1882, 
proved at Pietermaritzburg 
17 March 1887, by Jane 
Finnemore, his mother, 
the sole Executrix. 



Norah Clementina, bom at 
Elim House, Pietermaritz- 
burg, 7 December 1896, 
bapt. at Pietermaritzburg 
9 February 1897. 



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William Shefboro of Newbury, co. Berks (son of-|-Maria 
Henry Sherbom of New Windaoi^ co. Bala, by 
Mary his wife, dau. of William Shepherd, and 
grandson of Henry Sherbom of Bedfont, oo. 
Middlesex, 1676-1729); bom at New Windsor, and 
bapt diere 26 April 1753. Admon was granted 
(P.CC) 1$ March 1809, to Maria Sherbom, relict. 



Carter of 
Newbury; marr. 
at Newb ur y 14 
FdMnary 1785. 



William Sherbom, bom at Newbury,»-<^harlotte Izard; died at Sarah, bom Maria, bom 

and bapc there r January 1786; died Princes Street, Leicester at Newbury, at Newbury, 

s.pu at Princes Street, Leicester Square, Square^ London, aged 73, * bur. there and bapt 

London, 9 October, bur. in Brompton 18 November 1860, bur. x January dierei7july 

Cemetery, London, on Wednesday, in Brompton Cemetery, 1788. 1789. 
14 October 1863. London. 



Mary Hannah, bom at 43 Leicester Square, London i February, bapt at St Anne's, SohOy 
London, 26 February 1830; marr. at St James*, Piccadilly, London (by the Rev. Stanley 
I^eathes), on Saturday, 25 April 1863, John Hill of 254 Cla^rfiam Road and 46 Cheapside, 
London (son of James Hill of Newnham, co. Gloucester, by Elizabeth his wife); bom 
at Newnham 25 February, bapt there (by the Rev. Henry Prouse Jones) 3 March 
1816; died suddenly at ^St Margaret's," Leigbam Court Road, Streatham, co. Surrey, 
aged 78, on Thursday, 22 March, bur. in Highgate Cemetery, London, on Tuesday, 27 Mardi 
1894. Will dated 25 April 1890, with two axiidls dated respectively 14 May 1891 and 
25 January 1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 448, 94) 25 May 1894, by John Hartland, Douglas 
Cow and John Trewren, the Eiors. She died s.p., aged 40, on Monday, 7 Febuaiy, 
and was bur. in Highgate Cemetery, London, 11 February 1870. 



Charles Davies Sherbom of 
49 Peterborough Road, Ful- 
ham, CO. Middlesex; bom at 
10 Gunter Grove, Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex, 30 June, bapt 
at St Luke's, Chelsea, 17 July 
1861 ; educated at St Mark's 
College School, Chelsea; Com- 
piler of '* Index Animalium," 
and "History of Family of 
Sherbom," 1901. 



Ada Mary, bom 
at 10 Gunter 
Grove, Chelsea, 
2 1 December 
1862, bapt at 
St Luke's, Chel- 
sea, 7 January 
1863. 



Percie 

Sherbom of 
20 Beaucbamp 
Place, Chelsea; 
bom at 10 
Gunter Grove, 
Chelsea, 12 Au- 
gust, bapt. at St. 
Luke's, Chelsea, 
31 August 1864. 



Coates>^ Annie, 



dau. of George 
Dobson Greener, by Mary 
Elizabeth his wife, 3rd dau. 
of Thomas H. Tooley of 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex; 
bom at Hampstead 16 
February 1862, and bapt 
at the parish church, 
Hampstead ; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Brompton, London, 
10 September 1892. 



Ronald Thome Sherbom, bom at 20 
Beauchamp Place, Chelsea, 11 November 
1893, bapt at Holy Trinity, Brompton, 
London, 7 January 1894. 



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Leslie Rupert Sherbom, bom at 
20 Beauchamp Place, Chelsea, 
1 1 February, bapt at Holy Trinity, 
Brompton, London, 7 April 1895. 



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Henry Sherbom, bom at Newbury, co. Berks, and-pMary, dau. of Henry Woollwright of 



bapt there 2 March 1793; died at Boughton, 
CO. Kent, 19 March, bur. at Dunkirk, co. Kent, 33 
March 1863. M.I. 



Berkeley, co. Gloucester; died at 
Boughton, aged 79, 34 September, bur. 
at Dunkirk 38 September 1871. M.L 



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Mary Elizabeth, marr. at St Pancras, London (by the father of the 
bridegroom), on Wednesday, 11 August 1847, William Butt of Bicester, 
CO. CMbrd (3nd son of the Rev. John William Butt, Vicar of King's 
Langley, co. Hertford); Civil Engineer. She died at Exmouth, co. 
Devon, in her 77th year, on Monday, i September 1903. Will dated 
17 November 1897, proved at Exeter 33 September 1903, by William 
Butt, husband, the sole Eftor. 



Charles William Sherbom of i Finborough Road,- 
South Kensington, London; bom at 43 Leicester 
Square, London, 14 June, bapt. at St Amie's, Soho, 
London, 9 July 1831; Engraver; Member of the 
Royal Society of Painter Etchers from its foundation 
in 1884^ 




■Hannah Simpson, dau. of Thomas 
Davies of Bold Street, Liverpool, co. 
Lancaster, by Ann his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Richardson of Liverpool ; 
bora at Liverpool i May 1839; marr. 
at St. Philip's, Liverpool (by the Rev. 
Charles Henry Burton), on Tuesday, 
14 August i860. She marr. istly at 
St Bride's, Liverpool, 31 September 
1853, Thomas Wait of Marshfield, co. 
Gloucester, and of Liverpool (son of 
Daniel and Susannah Beale Wait) ; he 
died s.p. at Waterloo, co. Lancaster, 
aged 44, II May, and was bur. in 
St James' Cemetery, Liverpool, r6 
May 1854. 



Sidney Newton Sherbom of 31 Beulah-^Helen, dau. of Robert Rushworth, by Elizabeth his 
Road, Thornton Heath, co. Surrey; wife, 3nd dau. of Thomas Brown of Aylesbury, 
bom at 10 Gunter Grove, Chelsea, co. co. Buckingham ; bom at Great Berkhamsted, co. 
Middlesex, 5 September, bapt. at St Hertford, 31 February, bapt. at St Peter's, Great 
Luke's, Chelsea, 36 September 1866. Berkhamsted, 13 May 1873 ; marr. at St Barnabas', 

South Lambeth Road, co. Surrey, 31 July 1895. 



Geoffrey Robert Sherbom, bom at i Beulah Road 
North (now Burlington Road), Thomton Heath, 
on Saturday, 37 February 1897, and bapt. there 
privately the next day (baptism registered at St. I^aul's, 
Thomton Heath). 



Joan Ada, born at i Burlington 
Road, Thomton Heath, on Monday, 
3 June, bapt. at Thomton Heath 
14 July 1903. 



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Charles Sherbom of lo King Street,* 
St. James', London; bom at Newbury, 
CO. Berks, 26 January, bapt there 26 
July 1796; died at 10 King Street, 
St James', London, 12 April, bur. in 
Highgate Cemetery, London, 17 April 
1858. 



*Mary, only dau. of Richard Bance of Newbury, by 
Mary Holmes his wife; bom at Newbury; died at 
540 King's Road, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, in her 85th 
year, on Tuesday, 29 April 1890, bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery, London. Will dated 18 March 1886, 
with two codicils dated respectively 14 November 
1888 and 2 March 1889, proved (Prin. R^., 538, 90) 
19 May 1890, by William Squires Wetherell of 
7 Oakfield Road, Croydon, co. Surrey, Engineer, and 
Charles Davies Sherbom of 540 King's Road, Chelsea, 
grandson, two of the E&ors. 



Richard Aubrey Sherbom, bom at 43 Leicester 
Square, London, 2 June, bapt. at St Anne's, 
Soho, London, 7 August 1834; died, aged 
10 months, bur. in St. Anne's Churchyard, 
Soho, s April 1835. 



Edwin John Sherbom, bom at 43 Leicester 
Square, London, 23 July 1837 ; died un- 
married at Chicago, Ills., U.S.A., 20 April 
1880, bur. there. 



Cecil Obert Sherbom, born at 10 Gunter Grove, Chelsea, 7 December 1870, bapt. at St Luke's, 
Chelsea, i January 1871; died at 10 Gunter Grove, Chelsea, 19 December 187 1, bur. in 
Brompton Cemetery, London. 



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SCARBROUGH. 

Arms am ruord in tAe College of Arms.^Aifgsot a fesse gules 
between three parrots vert collared of the second. 

Cr€st — ^A pelican in her piety in her nest all proper. 

Supporters. — ^Two parrots wings inverted and indorsed proper. 

Motto, — Mums seneus OHiscientia sana. 



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Frederick Lmnley-Savae of TickhOl 
CO. York (only son of the Hoo^ Frederick 
Lamleyy 5tb, bat 4th surviving son of the 
4th, and brother to the 5th, 6th and 7th 
Earis of Scarbrough, by Harriet Anne 
his wife, dau. of John Boddington) ; bom 
14 January 1788; educated at Eton; 
assumed the additional surname and arms 
of Savile by Act of Parliament in 1834; 
died at Tickhill Casde, aged 49, 27 Feb- 
ruary 1837. Will dated at Tickhill Castle 
on Friday, 39 December 1833, proved 
(P.CC 317 Norwich) 17 April 1837, by 
Charlotte Mary Lumley-Savile, relict, the 
sole Executrix. 



Castle,^<niarlotte 



Mary, eldest dau. of the Rt Rev. Geoige 
de la Poer BCTesfc^d, Bishop of Kilmore, Elphin 
and Ardagh, by Frances his wife, dsCu. of Geivase 
Parker Bushe of Rilfuie, co. Kilkenny, M.P. f<H' 
Kilkenny; marr. in Dublin 3 May 1813; marr. 
sndly at Kilmore 30 July 1839, Robert Henry 
Southwell of Castle Hamilton, ca Cavan (only 
child of the Hon>^ Robert Henry Southwell of 
Castle Hamilton, M.P. for Downpatrick, 2nd 
son of Thomas George, ist Viscount Southwell). 
She died at Wiesbaden, in the Duchy of Nsqnu, 
3 November 185 1. Will dated 37 August 1847, 
proved (P.CC. 963, 51) 18 December 185 1, 
by Richard George Lumley, son, the sole E5tor. 



Richard George Lumley, Earl of Scarbrough, Viscount Lumley and-^-Frederica Mary Adeliza, 



Baron Lumley of Lumley Castle, co. Durham, in the Peerage of 
England, and Viscount Lumley of Waterford, in the Peerage of 
IreUnd; bom at Tickhill Castle 7 May 1813; educated at Eton; 
entered the Amy as Comet 7th (Queen's Own) Hussars 8 February 
i83r, Lieutenant 5 April 1833 to April 1837, Captain ist Yorkshire 
Yeomanry Cavalry 37 April 1838, Major 11 May 1846, Lieut-Colonel 
37 March 1853 to 8 July 1859; D.L. for the West Riding of 
CO. York; succeeded his cousin, John, Earl of Scarbrough, as 
9th Earl, 39 October 1856; died at Sandbeck Park, co. York, 
aged 7r, on Friday, 5 December 1884, bur. at Maltby, co. York. 
Will dated 30 May 1884, proved (Prin. Reg., 73, 85) 34 January 
1885, by Aldred Frederick George Beresford, Earl of Scarbrougl^ 
son, the sole Etor. 



younger dau. of Andrew 
Robert Ehummond of 
Cadlands Park, co. 
Hants, by Lady Eliza- 
beth Frederica his wife, 
eldest dau. of John 
Henry, 5th Duke of 
Rutland, K.G. ; bora 
16 I>ecember 1836 ; 
marr. at Fawley, co. 
Hants, 8 October 1846. 



Algitha Frederica Mary, bom at Tickhill Castle on Tuesday, 33 November 1847 ; marr. at 
Maltby, co. York (by the Rev. Frederick Norman), on Thursday, r3 August 1868, William 
Thomas, Baron Bolton of Bolton Castle, co. Yorl^ in the Peerage of Great Britain; born 
at Bolton Hall on Friday, 31 January 1845, ^P^ ^ ^^^ library at Bolton Hall, and received 
into the church at Wensley, co. York ; educated at Eton and at Trinity Collie, Cambridge, 
matriculated Lent Term, 1864; appointed Comet Yorkshire Hussars Yeomanry Cavalry 34 
January 1863, Lieutenant 37 July 187 1, Captain 5 October 1873, Major 5 November 1881, 
Lieut-Colonel 3 July 1898, Hon. Colonel 3 August 1898, retired 7 February 1903; J.P., D.L. 
and County Councillor for the North Riding, co. York, and J.P. for co. Hants; succeeded 
bis father as 4th Baron 7 November 1895. ^ 



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Frances Charlotte Arabella, bapt at Tickhill, 
CO. York, 31 July 18 14; marr. there 8 March 
1836, Lieut -Colonel Charles John Hill of 
Cotgrave, co. Nottingham; entered the Army 
12 September 18 16, retired as Lieut.-Colonel 
of the 7th Hussars 5 April 1833; died at 
Tickhill Castle, aged 69, on Thursday, 22 
August, bur. at Tickhill 27 August 1867. 
Will dated 9 August 1864, with codicil dated 
4 June 1867, proved at Wakefield 7 September 
1867, by Lady Frances Charlotte Arabella Hill 
of Tickhill Castle, relict, and Richard George 
Lumley, Earl of Scarbrough, two of the E^ors. 
She died at 65 Queen's Gate, South Kensington, 
London, on Sunday, 3 August, and was bur. 
at Tickhill 8 August 1879. Will dated 24 July 
1872, with codicil dated 14 June 1878, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 927, 79) 15 November 1879, by 
Richard George Lumley, Earl of Scarbrough, 
brother, and Thomas Daniel Hill of 21 
Grosvenor Place, London, nephew, the Eltors. 



Henrietta Susan Beresford, bom 10 February 
181 6; marr. at Tickhill 5 November 1835, 
Edmund L'Estrange of Tynte Lodge, co. 
Leitrim (youngest son of Colonel Henry 
Peisley L'Estrange of Moystown, King's 
County, by Grace his wife, elder dau. of 
George Burdett of The Heath House, 
Queen's County, M.P. for Thomastown and 
Queen's County); died, aged 53, bur. 
at Moystown 7 August 1866. She died at 
Walls, Ravenglass, co. Cumberland, in her 
89th year, at 12 noon on Thursday, 22 
December, and was bur. at Muncaster, 
CO. Cumberland, on Monday, 26 December 
1904. Will dated 23 April 1901, proved 
in the Principal Registry 16 March 1905, 
by Charles Gore, Earl of Enroll, and Josslyn 
Francis, Baron Muncaster, sons-in-law, ^e 
Eftors. =j= 

(See Pedigree of L' Estrange, ''Visitation of 
Ireland,'' Vol. j, page 47.) 



Ida Frances Annabella, born at Tickhill Castle 28 November 
1848, bapt. at Tickhill 10 February 1849 ; an Extra Lady of the 
Bedchamber to H.R.H. the Princess of Wales; marr. at Maltby, 
CO. York (by the Most Rev. Marcus Gervaise Beresford, 
Archbishop of Armagh and Bishop of Cloger, her great-uncle), 
7 September 1869, Sir George Cecil Orlando, Earl of Bradford; 
bom in Belgrave Square, London, on Monday, 3 February 1845 9 
M.P. for North Shropshire 1867-85 ; Captain Shropshire Yeomanry 
Cavalry 1869-82, formerly Lieutenant ist Life Guards ; J. P. and 
D.L. for the counties of Warwick and Salop; succeeded his father 
as 4th Earl 9 March 1898. =f 

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Lyulph Richard William 
Granby Lumley, Viscount 
Lumley, bom at Tickhill 
Castle on Friday, 7 June, 
bapt. at Tickhill 8 July 
1850; died at Sandbeck 
Park, aged 18, on Sun- 
day, 23 August 1868, 
bur. at Maltby. 



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Anne Georgina, born at Tickhill Castle, co. York, 19 August, bapt. at Tickhill i September 18 18; 
marr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 16 April 1844, Sir William Mordaunt Edward 
Milner of Nun Appleton Hall, co. York, Baronet (elder son of Sir William Mordaunt Sturt Milner, 
Baronet, by Harriet Elizabeth his 2nd wife, elder dau. of Lord Edward Charles Cavendish- 
Bentinck); bom at Nun Appleton 20 June, bapt. at Bolton Percy, co. York, 22 June 1820; educated 
at Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 30 May 1838, B.A. 1841, M.A. 1844 ; M.P. 
for York 1848-57 ; succeeded his father as 5th Baronet 24 March 1855 ; died at Nun Appleton, 
aged 46, on Tuesday, 12 February, bur. at Acaster Selby, co. York, 18 February 1867. Will 
dated 2 December 1850, proved at York 6 April 1867, by Lady Anne Georgina Milner of 
Nun Appleton, relict, the sole Executrix. She died at 48 Eaton Square, London, on Friday, 
2 February, and was bur. at Acaster Selby 6 February 1877. Will dated 15 November 1876, proveid 
(Prin. Reg., 215, 77) 9 March 1877, by Frederick George Milner, Granville Henry Milner, sons, 
and Henry John Lowndes Graham, the Exors. ~ 

A\. 
{See Pedigree of Milner^ page j/.) 



Lilian Selina Elizabeth, bom at Cadlands 
Park, CO. Hants, the residence of Andrew 
Robert Drummond, 30 October, bapt. at 
Fawley, co. Hants, 22 December 1851 ; 
marr. at St Paul's, Knightsbridge, London 
(by the Most Rev. William Thomson, 
Archbishop of York, assisted by the Rev. 
the Hon^ Robert Liddell), on Thursday, 
3 August 187 1, Sir Lawrence, Marquess of. 
Zetland, K.T., P.C. (eldest son of the 
Hon"« John Charles Dundas of Woodhall 
Wetherby, co. York, M.P. for Richmond, 
by Margaret Matilda his wife, dau. of 
James Talbot of Mary Ville, co. Wexford); 
bom in Portman Street, London, on 
Friday, 16 August, bapt. at the parish 
church, Marylebone, London, 9 September 
1844; educated at Harrow and at Trim'ty 
Collie, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1863; Comet Royal Horse Guards 
31 August 1866, Lieutenant 7 July 1869, 
Captain Yorkshire Hussars, Yeomanry 
Cavalry, 1874-80, Lieut-Colonel ist North 
Riding, Yorkshire, Volunteer Artillery 14 
December 1881, Hon. Colonel 19 December 
1894 ; M.P. for Richmond 1872-73 ; Mayor 
of Richmond, co. York, 1895-96 and 
1896-97 ; J.P. and D.L. for North Riding, 
CO. York; D.L. for co. Stirling; Provincial 
Grand Master of Freemasons, North and 
East Ridings, co. York; a Lord*in- Waiting 
to Queen Victoria 1880; Lord-Lieutenant 
of Ireland 1889-92; succeeded his uncle, 
Thomas, Earl of Zetland, as 3rd Earl, 6 May 
1873; created Marquess of Zetland, in the 
Peerage of the United Kingdom, 22 August 
1892. Y 



I 
Sibell Mary, bom at Tickhill Castie, co. York, 
24 March, bapt. at Tickhill 10 May 1855 ; marr. 
istly in the chapel at Sandbeck Park, co. York, 
3 November 1874, Victor Alexander, Earl Grosvenor 
(eldest son of Hugh Lupus, ist Duke and 3rd 
Marquess of Westminster, K.G., P.C, by Lady 
Constance Gertrude Sutherland his wife, 4th dau. of 
George Granville, 2nd Duke of Sutherland, K.G.) ; 
bom at Stafford House, St James', Westminster, on 
Thursday, 28 April 1853, bapt. in the chapel at 
Buckingham Palace (Queen Victoria stood Sponsor 
in person) ; Sub-Lieutenant Cheshire Yeomanry 
Cavalry ; died at Saighton Grange, co. Chester, on 
Tuesday, 22 January, bur. in tibe churchyard at 
Eccleston, co. Chester, on Friday, 25 January 1884. 
She marr. 2ndly at the private chapel at Eaton, co. 
Chester (by the Rev. Canon Rupert Hugh Morris, 
assisted by the Rev. George Augustus Robins), on 
Monday, 7 February 1887, ^e Rt Hon^e George 
Wyndham, P.C, D.C.L. (elder son of the Hon^** 
Percy Scawen Wyndham of Clouds, co. Wilts, 
J.P. and D.L. for the counties of Sussex, Wilts and 
Cumberland, M.P. for West Cumberland [youngest 
son of George, ist Baron Leconfield], by Madeline 
Caroline Frances Eden his wife, 6th dau. of 
Major-General Sir Guy Campbell, Baronet); bom 
at 44 Belgrave Square, London, on Saturday, 29 
August 1863; sometime Lieutenant ist Battalion 
Coldstream Guards ; served in the Suakin 
Expedition 1885 ; Lieutenant Cheshire Yeomanry 
Cavalry 18 April 1888, Captain (Hon. Major) 
10 February 1894 ; J.P. for co. Chester; M.P. for 
Dover since 1889, Private Secretary to the 
Rt. Hon^»« Arthur James Balfour 1887--92, Under- 
Secretary of State for War 1898- 1900, Chief- 
Secretary and Keeper of the Privy Seal for Ireland 
1900-1905 ; elected Lord Rector of Glasgow 
University 1902; Hon. D.C.L. (Oxford) 1904; 
sworn a Privy Councillor for Ireland 1900, and for 
Great Britain 1902. ^ ^ 



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Aldred Frederick George Beresford Lumley, Earl of-^Lucy Cecilia, eldest dau. of Cecil 



Scarbrough, C.B., F.S.A. ; bom at Tickhill Castle, 
CO. York, 1 6 November 1857, and bapt. at Tickhill; 
educated at Eton ; Sub-Lieutenant Leicestershire 
Regiment (Militia) 15 April 1876, Lieutenant 7th (The 
Queen's Own) Hussars 11 November 1876 to 30 
October 1883, Captain ist West Yorkshire Dragoons 
Yeomanry Cavalry 12 February 1887, Lieut-Colonel 
(Hon. Colonel) 24 October 1891 ; served in South 
African War 1900, with Imperial Yeomanry (mentioned 
in despatches, " London Gazette," 10 September 1901, 
Queen's medal with two clasps); A.D.C. to H.M. King 
Edward VII. 26 June 1902 ; J.P. for the West Riding, 
CO. York, Lord-Lieutenant and Gustos Rotulorum 
1892-1904; nominated C.B. 24 June 1904; Patron of 
the livings of Maltby and Stainton, co. York, 
Saxby with Firsby, Skegness, Stainton-by-Langworth, 
Glentworth and, with King's College, Cambridge, of 
Willoughton, co. Lincoln; succeeded his father as 
loth Earl 5 December 1884. 



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Dunn Gardner; marr. at Christ 
Church, Mayfair, London (by the 
Rev. William Travis Travis, Rector 
of Ripley, co. York, assisted by the 
Rev. Henry Rhodes Prince), on 
Saturday, 8 April 1899. She marr. 
zsdy at Kensington, London, Robert 
Ashton of Croughton Cottage, co. 
Chester^ and of 21 Park Lane, 
London (younger son of James Ashton 
of Highfield, Bredbury, co. Chester, 
and of Mimwood, co. Hertford, by 
Frances his 2nd wife, dau. of David 
Cheetham of Stalybridge, co. Chester); 
died suddenly on board the yacht 
"Nerine," at Rothesay, co. Bute, 
leaving issue, aged 49, on Wednesday, 
27 July 1898. 



Serena Mary Barbara, bom at 21 Park 
Lane, London, on Saturday, 30 March 
1 90 1, and bapt. at Sandbeck, co. York. 



Lieut-Colonel Osbert Victor George Atheling»y<;)onstaiice 
Lumley, bom 18 July 1862; Lieutenant nth 
(Prince Albert's Own) Hussars 22 October 1881, 
Adjutant 13 November 1886 to 4 September 
1889, Captain 2 March 1887; A.D.C. and Military 
Private Secretary to the Marquis of 2^tland, 
Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, 14 December 1889 
to 15 August 1892; A.D.C. to General Officer 
Commanding (Major-General Sir Reginald Thomas 
Thynne, K.C.B.) North-East District i October 
1894 to 31 October 1899, Major nth Hussars 
17 June 1896, Lieut-Colonel 29 September 1900, 
Brevet Colonel 10 February 1904. 



Eleanor, elder dau. of Eustace 
John Wilson-Patten (eldest son of John, 
I St and last Baron Winmarleigh of 
Winmarleigh, co. Lancaster), formerly 
Captain ist Life Guards, by Emily 
Constantia his wife, eldest dau. of the 
Rev. Lord John Thynne of Haynes Park, 
CO. Bedford, Canon and Sub-Dean of 
Westminster, D.D. ; bom at 24 Hill Street, 
Berkeley Square, London, on Thursday, 
25 August 1864; marr. at St Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London, 3 May 1892. 



Sibell Evelyn, bom at 46 Belgrave Richard John 

Square, London, on Saturday^ 28 Lumley, bom at 

January 1893 ; died at 4 Cadogan Sandbeck Park, 

Place, Chelsea, London, in her 6th co. York, on 

year, on Monday, 21 November Monday, 3oJuly 

1898, bur. at Maltby, co. York. 1894. 



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Lawrence Roger 
Lumley, bom at 
York on Monday, 
27 July 1896. 



Lilian MaryTheodora, 
bom at 62 Pont Street, 
Chelsea, London, on 
Tuesday, 22 May 
1900. 




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Crest, — Two wings addoised or. 
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John Graham of Avenue House, Cranford, co. Middlesex,^Joyce Mary James, died at her residence 



and of 25 Red Lion Square, London, formerly of 
Rocliffe, CO. Cumberland (son of John Graham of 
RodifTe, by Martha his wife); bom 12 September 1757. 
He marr. istly Rachel. He died in his 70th year, 
14 November, and was bur. in his family vault at 
Heston, co. Middlesex, 22 November 1826. M.I. 
Will dated 13 March 1825, with two codicils dated 
27 December 1825, proved ^P.CC. 634 Swabey) 14 
December 1826, by John Smith Graham and Francis 
James Graham, the Eiors. Portrait-replica of one 
by his friend George Morland^ at RosSy co, Hereford^ 
in the possession of James Charles Getting^ his 
great-grandson. -r- 

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John Smith Graham, bom 29 March i785,^Ann Elliott, bora * 



at Cranford, aged 83, on Monday, 
2 January, bur. in the family vault at 
Heston 9 January i860. M.L Will 
dated 18 February 1852, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 181, 60) 3 March i860, by 
Cku^inda Mary Graham, of Cranford^ 
CO. Middlesex, spinster, and Caroline 
Graham, of the same place, spinster, 
the Executrixes. Portrait at Ross in 
the possession of fames Charles Getting^ 
her great-grandson, 2nd wife. 



and bapt at Islington, co. Middlesex; 
Paymaster of Greenwich Out-Pensioners, 
Tower Hill, London, a post given him for 
services rendered to the Admiralty; died 
at his residence, 40 firunswick Terrace, 
Brighton, CO. Sussex, aged 79, on Monday, 
15 February 1864, bur. at the parish church, 
Hove, CO. Sussex. Will dated 23 May 1863, 
proved (Prin. Reg-» 242, 64) 5 April 1864, 
by Ann Graham of 56 Waterloo Street, 
Brighton, relict, one of the E jtors. Portrait- 
drawing in crayon^ by George Morland^ at 
Branksome Park^ Bournemouth^ co, Hants^ 
in the possession of George Graham. 




5 April 1784; died at 
7 Wykeham Terrace, 
Brighton, on Tues- 
day, 26 July 1870, 
bur. in the cemetery 
at Brighton. Will 
dated 24 April 1865, 
proved at Lewes 
2 September 1870, 
by Louisa Graham of 
7 Wykeham Terrace, 
Brighton, spinster, and 
Augusta Graham of 
the same, daughters, 
the Executrixes. 



Clarinda Mary, of Avenue 
House, Cranford ; bom 
25 May 1802 ; died 
unmarried at Cranford, 
in her 90th year, on 
Thursday, 17 December, 
bur. in the family vault 
at Heston 22 December 
1891. M.L Will dated 
7 August 1882, with 
codicil dated 10 May 

1 89 1, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1086, 92) 19 November 

1892, by Charles James 
Graham, brother, the sole 
E&or. Portrait at Ross 
in the possession of James 
Charles Getting^ her 
great-nephew. 



Mary Ann, bom 12 January 181 2, bapt. at St. George's, 
Bloomsbury, co. Middlesex, 16 February 181 3 ; marr. istly 
William Smith of Roxteth House, Harrow, co. Middlesex, who 
died there 8 July 1840, and was bur. at St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, London. She marr. 2ndly at St. James', Paddington, 
London (by the Rev. Francis John Stainforth), on Thursiday, 
17 August 1848, Hugh Smith of Old Marlowes House, Hemel 
Hempstead, co. Hertford (son of James Smith of Hadham 
Place, CO. Hertford); bom at Much Hadham, co. Hertford, 
17 April 181 7; died 11 September, bur. at Hemel Hempstead 
15 September 1893. Will dated 11 March 1889, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1029, 93) 9 November 1893, by Hugh Graham Smith, 
son, and Rose Augusta Frances Smith, spinster, daughter, the 
Eltors. She died at Old Marlowes House, Hemel Hempstead, 
in her 8oth year, 5 June, and was bur. at Hemel Hempstead 
10 June 1891. ss ^ 

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Rev. John Graham, bom 12 
December 181 2, bapt. at 
St. George's, Bloomsbury, 
16 February 1813; of Wadham 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
27 October 1831, aged 18, of 
New Inn Hall, Oxford, B.A. 
1837, gained a gold medal at 
Oxford for his ode to the 
Duke of Wellington {now in the 
possession of George Graham) ; 
Curate of St John's, Hackney, 
CO. Middlesex ; died at Hilling- 
don, CO. Middlesex, aged 33, 
on Friday, 28 November, bur. 
there 4 December 1845. 



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James Davis Graham of 
"The Hut," Cranford, 
CO. Middlesex ; bom 
19 November 1803 ; 
died unmarried at his 
f^dence, aged 77, on 
Sunday, 24 April, bur. 
in the family vault at 
Heston, ca Middlesex, 
28 April 1881. M.I. 
Will dated 21 October 
1874, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 399, 81) 5 May 
z88i, by Clarinda Mary 
Graham and Caroline 
Graham, bolh of Cran- 
ford, CO. Middlesex, 
spinsters, sisters, the 
Executrixes. Portrait 
at Jioss, CI?. Hereford^ 
in the possession of 
James Charles Getting^ 
kis great-nephew. 



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Francis James . Graham of " Meadow- 
Bank," Cranford; bom 19 November 
1804; of Queen's College, Oxford, 
matriculated 15 October 1821, aged 16, 
B.A. 1825 ; died at his residence, 
aged 77, on Tuesday, 17 January, bur. 
in the churchyard at Heston 21 January 
1882. M.I. WiU dated 3 March 1877, 
with three codicils dated respectively 
21 September 1877, 24 February 1880 
imd 19 May 1881, proved (Prin. R^., 
no, 82) 15 February 1882, by John 
Graham of Cranford, son, and' Thomas 
Mytton of 3 King's Bench Walk, 
Temple, London, the Etors. Portrait 
at Ross in the possession of James 
Ciuirles Getting^ his grandson. 



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-Harriet, youngest dau. of 
George Suart of Sutton 
Hall, Sutton, co. Middlesex 
{Portrait^ also Miniature 
on ivory J at Ross^ in 
the possession of James 
Charles Getting^ his great- 
grandson'] by Mary his 
wife ; bom at Sutton Hall 
23 June 1805; marr. at 
Heston 12 August 1829; 
died at Cranford, in her 
69tb year, on Monday, 
26 January, bur. in the 
churchyard at Heston, in 
the family vault of Frands 
James Graham, 31 January 
1874. Portrait at Ross 
in the possession of James 
Charles Getting, her 
grandsoti. 



Francis Graham, bom 10 January, and 
died 12 January 1831, bur. at Heston. 



Henry Graham, bom 19 May 1832; died 
unmarried, aged 2t, 9 November, bur. at 
Heston 15 November 1853. 



Francis George Graham, bom 19 December 
1833 ; died, in his 20th year, 7 October, bur. at 
Heston 13 October 1853. 



RoclifTe Graham, bom 15 July 1836; died 
unmarried, aged 21, 28 Octe>ber, bur. at Heston 
4 November 1857. 



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Emma, bom 2 April, bapt. at 
St Paul's, Hammersmith, ca 
Middlesex, 16 October 1816; 
died 15 April, bur. at All 
Hallows Barking, London, 
22 April 1835. 



Louisa, bom at Shepherd's 
Bush, CO. Middlesex, 5 Sq>- 
tember 181 7, and bapt at 
Hammersmith ; died 23 Jan- 
uary 1818. 



Eliza Ann, bom 8 September, bapt. at St Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, London, 6 November 18 14; marr. Thomas 
Chambr^ (son of Thomas Chambr^ of London) ; Clerk of 
Arraigns and Deputy Qerk of Assize on Western Circuit ; 
died at Brompton Crescent, London, aged 76, on Tuesday, 
II April 1882, bur. in Brompton Cemetery, London. She 
died at 10 Wellington Square, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, aged 76, 
on Sunday, 31 March 1889, and was bur. at St Thomas of 
Canterbury, Fulham, co. Middlesex. Will dated 21 September 
1887, proved (Prin. Reg., 297, 89) 15 April 1889, by Florence 
Eliza Mary Yorke of 10 Wellington Square, Chelsea, daughter, 
and William Charles HaUett of 7 St Martin's Place, Trafalgar 
Square, London, two of the Eftors. 



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Sheridan Graham, bom 
I November 1806 ; died 
unmarried, aged 27 years 
and I day, 2 November 
1833, bur. in the family 
vault at Heston, co. 
Middlesex. M.I. 



Caroline, bom 8 May 1809 ; died unmarried at i Dover Terrace, 
Staines Road, Hounslow, co. Middlesex, aged 81, on Sunday, 
19 April 1891, bur. in the family vault at Heston. M.I. Will 
dated 27 June 1885, with codicil dated 19 October 1889, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 614, 91) 19 June 1891, by Herbert Edward 
Curtis of the Bank of England, and George Bames of Cranford 
Bridge, CO. Middlesex, the Eltors. Portrait at Jioss, co. Hereford^ 
in the possession of James Charles Getting^ her great-nephew. 




Harriet Maria, bora at Cranford, co. Middlesex, 9 January, bapt at Heston John Graham, 
16 February 1838; marr. at the parish church, Heston (by the Rev. Samuel bom 18 April, 
Ruthven Anderson), on Saturday, 2 July 1859, Charles Talboys Getting of died 21 Sep- 

Trevor House, The Avenue, tember 1839, 
Gipsy Hill, co. Surrey (eldest bur. at Rams- 
son of David Getting of gate, co. Kent. 
Marie's Farm, Godstone, co. 
Surrey [Portrait at Ross 
in the possession of James Charles Getting^ 
his grandson\ by Mary Taylor his wife, 
2nd dau. of Thomas Talboys of Doughton 
Manor, co. Gloucester [Portraits of both at Ross in the possession of James Charles 
Getting, their great-nephew] ; " bom at Marie's Farm, Godstone, Surrey, Wednesday, 
November io**> 1824 and christened at Godstone Church same year, signed D. Getting" 
(entry from Family Bible) \ bapt. at Godstone (by the Rev. Charles James Hoare) 12 
December 1824. She died at Trevor House, The Avenue, Gipsy Hill, aged 27, on Wednesday, 
I November, and was bur. in the family vault of Charles Talboys Getting at Norwood 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, 9 November 1865. M.I., also Memorial Windows in Christ Church, 
Gipsy Hill. Portrait at RosSy by Lowis Dickinson, in the possession of James Charles Getting, 
her eldest child. He marr. 2ndly by licence at St. Giles', Camberwell, co. Surrey (by the 
Rev. Rodolph Agassiz), on Thursday, 27 Febmary 1879, Mary Ann Eliza, dau. of James 
Pepper of Camberwell, and widow of George Why brow of "Mordon,'* The Avenue, Gipsy 
Hill. She died at Trevor House, The Avenue, Gipsy Hill, in her 60th year, on Wednesday, 
12 Febmary, and was bur. in the family vault at Norwood Cemetery on Monday, 16 Febmary 
1885. M.I. Will dated 30 December 1880, proved (Prin. Reg., 337, 85) 22 April 1885, 
by Charles Talboys Getting of Trevor House, The Avenue, Gipsy Hill, co. Surrey, and 
Thomas Thomson of South Eden Park, Beckenham, co. Kent, gent, the Eitors. He died 
suddenly at 7 Ethelbert Crescent, Margate, co. Kent, aged 63, on Thursday, 17 November, 
and was bur. in his family vault at Norwood Cemetery 23 November 1887. M.I. Will 
dated 31 March 1885, ^^^ codicil dated 4 July 1887, proved (Prin. Reg., 1028, 87) 
16 December 1887, by James Charles Getting and Henry Frederick Getting, both of Trevor 
House, The Avenue, Gipsy Hill, sons, and Edgar Rowe Everington of 18 St. Paul's 
Churchyard, London, three of the Ei(ors. Portrait at Ross, by Lowis Dickinson, in the 
possession of James Charles Getting, his eldest child. 



(See Pedigree of Getting, Vol. 12, page J7.) 



Louisa, bom at Shepherd's Bush, co. Middlesex, 22 December 18 18, bapt at St Paul's, 
Hammersmith, co. Middlesex, 14 July 18 19; died at Brighton, co. Sussex, i January, bur. in 
the cemetery at Brighton 5 January 1900. Will dated 4 March 1896, proved at Lewes 
15 Febmary 1900, by William John Levi, nephew, and Louisa Margaretta Smith, wife 
of Robert Edward Smith, niece, two of the E&ors. 

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Angelina, bom at Avenue 
House, Cranford, co. Middle- 
sex; died unmarried at Cran- 
ford, aged 48, on Monday, 
25 August, bur. in the family 
vault at Heston, co. Middle- 
sex, 30 August 1863. M.I. 



Charles James Graham of Avenue House, Cranford, Solicitor; 
died unmarried at Cranford, aged 83, on Friday, 31 January 
1902, bur. in the family vault at Heston. M.I. Will dated 
20 March 1889, with four codicils dated respectively i April 1891, 
13 April 1891, 3 November 1892 and 28 August 1901, proved 
(Prin. Re^., 331, 1902) 15 March 1902, by Emma Mavrogordato, 
the survivmg Executrix. 



James Graham of "Oakfield," Sunbury,^Magr 
CO. Middlesex ; bom at Cranford 4 No- 
vember 1840, bapt at Heston 20 January 
1841 ; died at his residence, ^'Oakfield," 
Sunbury, aged 48, on Tuesday, 19 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at Ramsgate, co. Kent, 26 
February 1889. Will dated 19 February 
1889, proved (Prin. Reg., 406, 89) 10 
May 1889, by Daniel Stock of Bridge 
Chambers, 171 Queen Victoria Street, 
London, and George Graham of 3 Queen's 
Road, Bowes Park, New Southgate, co. 
Middlesex, brother, the EXors. Portrait 
at Ross^ CO. Hereford^ in the possession 
of James Charles Getting^ his nephew. 




Ann, dau. 
of Thomas Willis ; 
marr. at the parish 
church. Poplar, 
CO. Middlesex, 30 
August 1869. She 
marr. istly at 
Limehouse, co. 
Middlesex, 8 March 
1863, Robert John 
Clarke (son of John 
Clarke) ; died at 
sea 22 June 1866. 
She died at Rams- 
gate 5 March 1884, 
and was bur. there. 



George Graham-pAimii 
of " Sunny Lawn," 
Pinewood Road, 
Branksome Park, 
Bournemouth, co. 
Hants ; bom 

at Cranford 26 
March, bapt. at 
Heston 21 April 
1842 ; educated 
at Harlington, co. 
Middlesex. 



Harriet Emma Mary, bom at Poplar i August 1870, bapt. at Bowes Park 
22 March 1889; marr. at St. George's, Ramsgate, 6 December 1893, John 
Tanner of 8 Godwin Road, Cliftonville, Margate, co. Kent (son of Edward 
Tanner, by Elizabeth Mary Ann his wife, dau. of John Dadd) ; bom at 
Margate 10 November 1863, and bapt. at Holy Trinity, Margate. 

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ie, dau. of 
William AUer- 
ston; bom at 
York 22 No- 
vember 1845 > 
marr. at St. 
George's Ca- 
thedral, Perth, 
West Australia, 
24 September 
1867 ; died at 
Catford, co. 
Kent, 13 April, 
bur. in Nor- 
wood Cemetery, 
CO. Surrey, 18 
April 1894. M.L 



Clara Mary, bom 
at Freemantle, 
West Australia, 15 
July 1868; died 
at Northam, West 
Australia, 28 Sep- 
tember 1870, bur. 
there. 



Francis George Graham, 
bom at Northam, West 
Australia, 28 April, 
died at Freemantle, 
West Australia, 17 
December, bur. there 
21 December 1870. 



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Clara Mmme, bom at Orillia, Canada, 9 December 
187 1, bapt. there 29 March 1872; marr. at St 
Clement Dane's, London, 10 December 1892, 
Emest Thorburn Verrall (2nd son of John 
Qaude Verrall, by Marian Emma his wife, dau. 
of John Thorbum) ; bom at Brixton, co. Surrey, 
24 March 1867, bapt. at Christ Church, Brixton. 



Charles John Graham, bom at Shepherd's Bush, co. Middlesex, 24 February 1822, and bapt at 
Hammersmith; married Jemima; died at Queenscliff, near Melboume, Australia, 31 December 
187 1, bur. at Geelong, Victoria, Australia, i January 1872. Will dated 14 June 1864, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 242, 72) 13 April 1872, by Jemima Graham of 21 St Leonard's Terrace, Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex, relict, the sole Executrix. 

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John Graham of " Meadow Bank,** Cranford, co.« 
Middlesex ; bom at " Meadow Bank," Cranford, 
6 May, bapt at Heston, co. Middlesex, 2 June 
184s ; died at Hillingdon, co. Middlesex, 7 Feb- 
ruary 1892, bur. in the cemetery at Twickenham, 
CO. Middlesex. Will dated 6 January 1888, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 289, 92) 9 March 1892, by 
Ellen Graham, relict, and Thomas Mytton, the 
Ei^ors. Portrait at RosSy co, Hereford^ in the 
possession of James Charles Getting^ his nephew. 



-Ellen, 2nd dau. 
of Thomas John 
Clifford, by Amelia 
his wife, dau. of 
Henry Wright ; 
bom in London 1 1 
September 1852 ; 
marr. at Heston 
II April 1882. 



Percy Graham, bom 
4 June, died 1 1 August, 
bur. at Heston 17 
August 1847. 



Albert Edward Graham, 
bom I July 185 1 ; died 
21 April, bur. at Heston 
27 April 1853. 



John Graham, bom at 
" Meadow Bank," Cran- 
ford, 16 December 
1883, bapt. at Heston 
24 January 1884. 



Charles James Graham, 
bom at " Meadow 
Bank," Cranford, 28 
November, bapt at 
Heston 15 December 
1885. 



I 
Gerald Clifford Graham, 
bom at " Meadow Bank," 
Cranford, 16 August, 
bapt. at Heston 16 
September 1887. 



Ellen, bom at 
"Meadow Bank," 
Cranford, 3 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at 
Heston 9 March 
1889. 



Harriet Frances, t>om at Washago, Canada, 
20 October, bapt. at St James', Orillia, 
Canada, 22 November 1874; marr. at St 
Saviour's, Southwark, co. Surrey, 20 October 
1904, Arthur Leonard Tuckett (only son 
of Alfred Tuckett, by Lucy Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of Arthur Cousins); bom 
14 December 1877. =j= 



Caroline Annie, bom at Hawkstone, Ontario, 
Canada, 6 January 1877, bapt at Orillia, 
Canada, 14 November 1880. 



Francis James Graham, bom at Hawkstone, 
Ontario, 6 April, bapt at Orillia, Canada, 
14 November 1880. 



Henrietta Margaret, bom at Shepherd's Bush, co. Middlesex, 4 March 
1823; marr. at St. James', Paddington, London (by the Rev. Francis 
John Stainforth), on Thursday, 24 August 1848, Charles Nicholas Cole of 
3 Gloucester Crescent, London, Solicitor, who died there s.p., aged 80, 
on Sunday, 20 December 1891, and was bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London. Will dated 18 December 1885, with codicil dated 19 March 
1891, proved (Prin. Reg., 15, 92) 28 January 1892, by John Cole, son, 
Frederick Townsend Procter, Barrister-at-Law, and Henry Wakeham 
Purkis, the E&ors. She died at Brighton, co. Sussex, 23 January 1863, 
and was bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London. 



Augusta, of 27 
Clifton Terrace, 
Brighton ; bom 
at Southampton 
Row, London, 
28 October 1825, 
bapt at St. 
George's, Blooms- 
bury, London, 
21 April 1826. 




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ilBla^ter of Aarroto €xttn 
ilou^e, (0. Surrey* 



Arms am rtcord in the CdUgf of 
Arms, — Axure a fess embattled between 
three griffins' heads erased or. 

Cresi. — Oat of a mural crown or an 
unicorn's head argent crined and armed 
gules. 

Motto, — Non minor est virtus quam 
quaerere parta tueri. 



Charles L^h Hoskins Master of Codnor" 
Castle, CO. Derby, and of Barrow Green 
House, in the parish of Oxted, co. Surrey 
(only son of the Rev. Legh Hoskins 
Master of Codnor Castle and of Barrow 
Green House \se€ ''Notes'' to ''Visitation 
of England and Wales,'' Vol. d, page ijSf]^ 
and cousin of the Rev. Streynsham 
Master [see Vol, d, page /jpl); bom at 
Hot Wells, Bristol, 1 1 May, bapt. at the 
parish chiu-ch, Clifton, co. Gloucester, 
S June 1781; educated at St. John's 
College, Annapolis, Md., U.S.A., abd at 
St John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1805 ; 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Surrey; died at 
Collingwood House, Torquay, co. Devon, 
aged 80, II May, bur. at Upton, co. 
Devon, 16 May 1861. M.I. in the church 
at Oxted. Will dated 3 July 1857, with 
codicil dated 5 May 1859, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 379, 61) II June 1861, by Charles 
Hoskins Master of Grove Lodge, near 
Bracknell, co. Berks^ son. Portrait by 
Dubois at Barrow Green Housey in the 
possession of Charles Hoskins Master, 
his grandson. 



-Louisa, youngest 
dau. of the Rev. 
Joseph William- 
son, Rector of 
Thakeham, co. 
Sussex ; marr. 
at St George's, 
Hanover Square, 
London, i May 
1813 ; died at 
Torquay, aged 63, 
12 May 1854. 
M.L in the 
church at Oxted. 
Portrait by Du- 
bois at Barrow 
Green House, in 
the possession of 
Charles Hoskins 
Master, her 

grandson. 



Louisa Hoskins, bom at Exton, co. Hants, 7 January 1815, and bapt the next day (baptism 
registered at Exton); marr. by licence at Oxted (by the Rev. William Pyne, the Rector) 31 March 
1834, Sir William Henry Walton (eldest son of William Walton of Brasted, co. Kent, K.C., 
Attorney-General of the Duchy of Lancaster, by Mary his wife, dau. of Samuel Brooke of 
Birchington, in the Isle of Thanet, co. Kent); bom in London in 1799; educated at Eton 
and at Brasenose Collie, Oxford, matriculated i April 1818, B.A. 1823, M.A. 1824; 
Marshal and Associate in the Court of Exchequer 1830-36, when he was called to the Bar at 
the Inner Temple ; Queen's Remembrancer and a Master of the Court of Exchequer 1838-74 ; 
served on Common Law Commission 1850-56; knighted at Windsor Castle 13 May 1875; ^*^ 
at 5 The Crescent, Surbiton, co. Surrey, aged 83, on Thursday, 23 November, bur. at Surbiton 
27 November 1882. Will dated i Deceml^r 1881, proved (Prin. Reg., 91, 83) 15 January 1883, 
by Charles Henry Walton of 5 The Crescent, Surbiton, Barrister^t-Law, son, one of the Eltors. 
She died at 5 The Crescent, Surbiton, aged 85, on Wednesday, 13 June, and was bur. at 
St Mark's, Surbiton, on Saturday, 16 June 1900. Will dated 29 August 1894, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1249, 1900) 27 August 1900, by Charles Henry Walton, Master of the Supreme Court, 
son, one of the Eitors. ^ 



Katharine Emily Hoskins, bom at Billing House, near Godmersham, co. Kent, on Wednesday, 
16 July, bapt. at Oxted 14 September 1845 ; marr. there (by the Rev. Carey Hampton 
Borrer, Rector of Hurstpierpoint, co. Sussex, assisted by the Rev. F. Watkins, H.M. Inspector 
of Schools, and the Rev. Frank Parnell, the Rector) on Wednesday, 16 April 1873, Frederick 
William Watkins (son of Francis Wilmer Watkins of the Hon^^ East India Co.'s Service); 
Lieutenant Royal Engineers ; died at the residence of his father-in-law, Barrow Green House, 
aged 33, on Thursday, 17 September, bur. at Oxted 21 September 1874. She marr. 2ndly at 
Upton-cum-Chalvey, co. Buckingham (by the Rev. Frank Pamell, Rector of Oxted), on 
Monday, 29 November 1886, Ernest Bengough Ricketts of The Grange, Staplefield, co. Sussex, 
Major 3rd Battalion Middlesex (Duke of Cambridge's Own) Regiment. 

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Charles Hoskiiis Master of Barrow-f-£mily, younger dau. of Nathaniel Emily Hoskins, 

Borrer of Pak3ms Manor, Hurstpier- bom 8 July, 
point, CO. Sussex, J.P., by Mary bapt. at Chcted 
Anne his ist wife, dau. of Richard 34 July 18x7. 
Weekes of Hurstpierpoint ; marr. at 
Hurstpierpoint (by the Rev. Carey 
Hampton Borrer, the Rector) on 
Tuesday, 26 March 1844; died at 
Upton Park, Slough, co. Bucking- 
ham, aged 72, on Sunday, 20 
November 1892, bur. at Oxted. 
Will dated 3 July 1885, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 56, 93) 17 January 
z^93» hy Charles Hoskins Master, 
eldest son, the sole £&or. 



Green House, in the parish of Oxted, 
CO. Surrey; bom 25 March, bapt at 
Oxted 23 April 18 16; educated at Eton 
and at St. John's College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1838; J.P. for CO. Surrey; died 
at Barrow Green House, aged 69, 
on Saturday, 6 June 1885, bur. at 
Oxted. Will dated 9 June 1868, 
with codicil dated 28 March 1876, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 740, 85) 25 August 
1885, by Charles Hoskins Master of 
Barrow Green House, Oxted, son, one 
of the E&ors. Portrait by Wildman 
at Barrow Green House. 



Charles Hoskins Master ol 
Barrow Green House, in 
the parish of Oxted, co. 
Surrey, and of Shakespeare 
Lodge, Folkestone, co. 
Kent; bora at Bilting 
House, near Godmersham, 
CO. Kent, on - Saturday, 
24 October, bapt at 
Oxted 26 December 1846; 
educated at Eton and at 
Clare College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Lent Term, 
1867, B.A. 1870; J.P. 
and D.L. for co. Surrey, 
High Sheriff 1900; Patron 
of the living of Oxted. 



►ffAmy Morgan, 3rd dau. of General 
Sir John Jarvis Bisset, K.C.M.G., 
C.B., by Charlotte Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Alexander Braithwaite 
Morgan, M.D., Surgeon 55th 
Regiment of Foot; marr. at All 
Saints', Upper Norwood, co. 
Surrey (by the Rev. Canon Carey 
Hampton Borrer, assisted by the 
Rev. Frank Pamdl, Rector of 
Oxted, and the Rev. James 
Watson, the Rector), on Tuesday, 
9 October 1877. 



I 
Edward Hoskins Master, bom 
at Worthing, co. Sussex, on 
Monday, 17 July, bapt at 
Hurstpierpoint 3 September 
1848; died at Barrow Green 
House on Friday, 1 1 January 
1878. Admon was granted 
at the Principal Registry 12 
March 187^, to Charles 
Hoskins Master of Barrow 
Green House, father and 
next of kin. 



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Charles Edward Hoskins 
Master, bom at Summers- 
bury House, Shalford, 
CO. Surrey, on Friday, 
5 July, bapt at Oxted 
7 August 1878; educated 
at Eton and at Oriel 
College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 1897, B.A. 1901. 



Arthur Bisset Streynsham Hoskins^EU; 
Master, bom at Park House, 
Famborough, co. Hants, on Wed- 
nesday, 25 February 1880, and 
bapt at Famborough ; entered 
the Royal Navy as a Cadet on 
board H.M.S. "Britannia," 15 July 
1894, Midshipman 15 July 1896, 
Sub-Lieutenant 15 February 1900, 
Lieutenant i April 1902. 



ice Margaret, eldest dau. 
of Henry Ellis Hay Nelson, 
by Catherine his wife, dau. 
of Colonel Haviland ; marr. 
at St Cuthberfs, Philbeach 
Gardens, Earl's Court, London 
(by the Rev. Henry Westall, 
the Vicar), on Wednesday, 
29 October 1902. 



Jack Nebon Streynsham Hoskins Master, 
bom at "Busigny," West Cowes, Isle of 
Wight, on Friday, 25 August 1905. 

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Louisa Henrietta Hoskins, bom at Lei^ Hill 
House, Cobhaniy co. Surrey, on Thursday, 35 
October, bapt. at Cobham 5 December 1849; 
died at Downside, Kents Road, Torquay, co. 
Devon, in her 54th year, on Thursday, 14 May 
19039 bur. at St. Mary's, Torquay. Will dated 
4 August 1887, with codicil dated 6 January 
1899, proved (Prin Reg., 758, 1903) 11 June 
19039 by Legh Hoskins Master and Herbert 
Hoskins Master, brothers, the Etors. 



L^h Hoskins Master, bom at Leigh Hill House, 
Cobham, on Friday, 22 November 1850, bapt at 
Hurstpierpoint, co. Sussex, 19 January 185 1 ; 
educated at Wellington College ; appointed 
Lieutenant 8oth Regiment of Foot 1872. 



Streynsham Hoskins Master, bora at 
Grove Lodge, Winkfidd, co., Berks, 
on Tuesday, 31 December 1851, bapt 
at Hurstpierpoint 20 February 1852; 
died at Torquay 6 March 1855, bur. 
at Upton, ca Buckingham. 



Herbert Hoskins Master, bom at 
Grove Lodge, Winkfield, on Monday, 
27 April, bapt at Hurstpierpoint 15 
July 1857 ; educated at Eton. 



An in&nt son, bom prematurely at 
Grove Lodge, Winkfield, on Friday, 
6 May 1859, who survived only a few 
hours. 



Herbert Francis Hoskins 
Master, born at Park 
House, Famborough, co. 
Hants, on Sunday, 22 
January, bapt. at Oxted, 
CO. Surrey, 4 March 1882 ; 
educated at Marlborough; 
entered the Army as 2nd 
Lieutenant The Queen's 
Royal West Surrey Regi- 
ment, Lieutenant 2nd 
Battalion 19 February 1904; 
served in South African 
War 1901-1902, at opera- 
tions in Transvaal October 
to November 1901, and 
in Orange River Colony 
November 1901 to 31 May 
1902 (Queen's medal with 
four clasps). 



Amy Charlotte Emily Hoskins, bom at 
Park House, Famborough, on Thursday, 30 
April, bapt at Famborough, 2 June 1885; 
marr. at Christ Church, Folkestone, co. 
Kent (by the Rev. Albert Dardl Tupper- 
Carey, Rector of Lowestoft, co. Suffolk, 
assisted by the Rev. Frank Pamell and the 
Rev. Henry L^h Richmond Deck, the Vicar), 
on Thursday, 4 January 1906, George Glas 
Sandeman Carey (son of the Rev. Tupper 
Carey, Rector of Ebbesbome, co. Wilts, by 
Helen Jane his wife, 2nd dau. of Geoige 
Glas Sandeman of Westfield, Hayling Island, 
CO. Hants); bom 13 February 1867; 
entered the Army as Lieutenant Royal 
Artillery 17 February 1886, Captain i June 
1896, Major io6th Battery Royal Field 
Artillery 12 March 1901 ; served in South 
African War 1900 (Queen's medal with 
two clasps). 



Legh Chichele 
Hoskins Master, 
bom at 7 Chester 
Square, London, 
on Monday, 24 
March, bapt at 
Oxted 3 May 
1890. 



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Nathaniel^EUinor Mary, only child 
of William Agnew Pope ; 
marr. at St Mary's, The 
Boltons, South Kensing- 
ton, London (by the 
Rev. Florence Thomas 
Wethered, Vicar of 
Hurley, co. Berks, 
assisted by the Rev. 
Frank Pamell, Rector 
of Oxted, CO. Surrey, 
and the Rev. William 
Thomas Du Boulay, the 
Vicar), on Thursday, 28 
January 1886. 



Gilbert 

Hoskins Master, 
bom at Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, on 
Tuesday, 3 July, 
bapt at Hurstpier- 
pomt, CO. Sussex, 
8 August i860; 
of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matricu- 
lated II October 
1878, aged 18. 



Evelyn Audrey Hoskins, bom at Grove Lodge, 
Winkfield, co. Berks, 22 January, bapt. at Wink- 
field 9 March 1862; marr. at Oxted (by the 
Rev. Frank Parnell, the Rector, assisted by the 
Rev. Canon Carey Hampton Borrer, Rector of 
Hurstpierpoint) on Thursday, 12 April 1883, 
Charles Pickersgill-Cunliffe of Beaconhill Park, 
Hindhead, Haslemere, co. Surrey (4th son of 
John Cunliffe Pickersgill-Cunliffe of Horley 
House, CO. Surrey, by Helen Hutton his wife, 
3rd dau. of the Very Rev. Thomas Dale, Dean 
of Rochester) ; bom at Coulsdon, co. Surrey, on 
Thursday, 19 March 1863; educated at Eton and 
at Magdalen College, Oxford, matriculated 15 
October 1881, aged 18; died, aged 42, on 
Tuesday, 26 September 1905, bur. at Churt, 
CO. Surrey. Will dated 23 June 1903, proved in 
the Principal Registry 7 November 1905, by 
Harry Pickersgill-Cunliffe and Charles Edward 
Hoskins Master, the Eilors. 



Ernald Master, born at 5 Albert 
Place, Kensington Palace Gate, 
London, on Friday, i April 
1887. 



Vera, bom at 55 Carlisle 
Mansions, Victoria Street, 
Westminster, on Sunday, 
10 November 1889. 



Fitzroy Master, bom at 
I Chester Terrace, Eaton 
Square, London, on Sunday, 
8 December 1895. 



George Streynsham^Louise Clare, dau. of 
Hoskins Master, William John Herbert 
bom at Grove Cooper of Melboume, 
Lodge, Winkfield, Australia, and of Lon- 
on Thursday, 19 don, by Anne his wife, 
January, bapt at dau. of Thomas Hill; 
Winkfield^ 27 Feb- bom at Melboume 22 
ruary 1865 ; educa- July 1864; marr. by 
ted at Cheltenham licence at Mount Street, 
Collie. Grosvenor Square, Lon- 

don, 19 January 1898. 
She marr. istly by 
licence at Marylebone, 
London, 21 July 1884, 
Major Julian Schreiber. 



Ethel Helen Hoskins, born at Barrow Green 
House, in the parish of Oxted, on Sunday, 25 
August, bapt. at Oxted 22 October 1867 ; marr. 
at Upton-cum-Chalvey, co. Buckingham (by the 
Rev. Frank Pamell, Rector of Oxted, assisted 
by the Rev. Henry White, Chaplain of *the 
Chapel Royal, Savoy), on Tuesday, 22 Febmary 
1887, Arthur Colquhoun Balloch of The 
Patch, Hook Heath, Woking, co. Surrey 
(2nd son of Robert Balloch of Eamont 
Lodge, Dowanhill, Glasgow, by Isabella his 
wife, dau. of John Brownrigg of Temple 
Sowerby, co. Westmoreland) ; bom at Bothwell, 
CO. Lanark, 18 June 1859, and bapt there; 
educated at Uppingham. 



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(0. JBumfrtefif. 

Arms» — Gales on a chevron between two dnqnefoik in chief and 
a bngle-hoin in base aigent voided and stringed 
arare three buckles of the last. 

Crest. — A greyhound issuant proper collared or. 

Mcito, — Vivat Veritas. 



George Duncan of Liverpodl (eldest 
son of the Rev. George Duncan, 
Minister of Lochrutton, co. Dumfries, by 
Ann his wife, dau. of William McMurdo, 
Burgess and Magistrate of Dumfries); 
bom at Lochrutton 4 April 1771; died 
at Great George's Street, Liverpool, 14 
February 1831, bur. in the family vault 
at St. Michael's, Liverpool. 



t>7-Christian, dau. of the Rev. James Currie, Minister 
of Kirkpatrick Fleming and afterwards of 
Middlebie, both co. Dumfries, by Jane his wife, 
only child of Robert Boyd of Maryholm, co. 
Dumfries; bom in 1765; mair. in Edinburgh 
(by the Rev. George Dtincan) 29 February 1796 ; 
died in Great George's Street, Liverpool, 4 May, 
bur. in the family vault at St. Michael's, Liverpool, 
9 May 1818. 



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Lucy Wallace, 
dau. of Andrew Caim* 
cross of Montague 
Street, Russell Square, 
London, M.D., by 
Isabella his wife, dau. 
of the Rev. James 
Currie; bom in Lon- 
don in July 1796; marr. 
at the parish church, 
Marylebone, London, 
on Saturday, 13 June 
1824; died in Rodney 
Street, Liverpool, on 
Friday, 26 April 1839, 
bur. at St. Michael's, 
Liverpool ist wife. 



je James Duncan of Bickley, co. 
formerly of Liverpool; bom at the Manse, 
Lochrutton, 21 May, bapt at Lochrutton 
(by the Rev. George Duncan, his grandfather) 
8 June 1797; died at Page Heath, Bickley, 
in his 71st year, on Thursday, 30 January, 
bur. in the churchyard at Bromley, co. Kent, 
4 February 1868. Will dated 18 May 1863, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 321, 68) 7 May 1868, by 
Katherine Gairdner Dimcan of Page Heath, 
Bickley, relict, Henry Caimcross Duncan of 
Liverpool, and George James Duncan of 
Bickley, sons, three of the surviving Eftors. 



Kent,^Kath< 



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Lucy Katherine, bom 19 January 1842. 



George James Duncan, bom 7 July 1843 > 
B. A. of Jesus College, Cambridge ; of the 
Iimer Temple, called to the Bar 30 April 
1869; marr. at Holy Trinity, Richmond, 
CO. Surrey, 10 August 1874, Jane Angela, 
eldest surviving dau. of Julius Jeffreys 
of Richmond, F.R.S. 



lenne Gairdner, 
only surviving dau. of 
David MacI>ougall, 
by Rebecca Walker 
his wife; man. in 
Edinburgh 26 De- 
cember 1840. 2nd 
wife. 



— ri 

Ann Isabella, bom 
6 May 1845 > ^^ 
in 1846. 

Helen MacDougall. 



I 
Georgina Lucy, bom 14 August 1825; marr. the Rev. Thomas 
Whalley; of Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. 1846, M.A. 1876; 
Perpetual Curate of Holy Trinity, Guernsey, 1850-60, Vicar of 
St Thomas', St. Helen's, co. Lancaster, 1860-61, and Perpetual 
Curate of St. John's, Liverpool, 186 1-9 1 ; died 9 April 1894, 
bur. in Woking Cemetery, co. Surrey. Will dated 17 June 
1887, proved ([Prin. Reg., 834, 94) 23 July 1894, by the 
Rev. George Caimcross Whalley, son, the sole E&or. 

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George Field Caimcross 
Duncan, bom at Liver- 
pool 17 September 1826 ; 
died 13 May 1827, bur. 
at St. Michael's-in-the- 
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James Cume Duncan, bom at Dumfries 
8 January, bapt there (by the Rev. Geoige 
Duncan, his grandfother) 14 January 1799; 
died at Upper Sydenham, co. Kent, aged 
55, on Wednesday, 15 November 1854, 
bur. in Norwood Cemetery, co. Surrey. 
AdAon was granted (P.C.C.) 29 March 
'^55* to Jane Duncan, relict. Further 
admon of goods left unadministered was 
granted at the Principal R^stry 4 May 
1877, to Lucy Christian Duncan, sister, 
and one of the next of kin« 



Jane Currie, bom at Sed 
Street, Liverpool, 14 March, 
bapt at Liverpool (by the 
Rev. Geor]Ke Duncan, her 
grandfather) in July 1801 ; 
died 28 January, bur. in the 
churchyard at Lochrutton, 
CO. Dumfries, 31 January 
1814. 



Ann Isabella, bom 
in Seel Street, Liver- 
pool, 19 January, 
bapt at Liverpool 
(by the Rev. George 
Duncan, her grand- 
fiEOher) 27 October 
1803. 



Muriel Ivy, bom at 4 Maids of Honour Row, Richmond, co. Surrey, on Friday, 25 January, bapt 
at the parish church, Richmond (by the Rev. Canon Charles Tickell Procter, the Vicar), 2 1 March 
1884 (Sponsors: William Higson, Edith Mary Duncan and Edith Maiy Higson); marr. at 
St Matthias', Richmond (by the Rev. Henry Thompson, Vicar of Aldeburgh, co. Suffolk, and 
Hon. Canon of Norwich, assisted by the Rev. Maximilian Frederick Breffit Biimey, the Vicar), 
on Tuesday, 9 June 1903, Alan Garrett Anderson, only son of James George Skelton Anderson 
of 4 Upper Berkeley Street, London, by Elizabeth his wife, 2nd dau. of Newson Garrett 
of Aide House, Aldeburgh, co. Suffolk [see Pedigree of Garrett^ Vol, 5, page 140] ; bom at 
4 Upper Berkeley Street, London, on Friday, 9 March 1878. 



I 
Henry Caimcross-f-F&i^ny Whinfield, 4th 
~ - - surviving dau. of the 

Rev. Alfred Jenour, 
Rector of Kittisford, 
CO. Somerset; born at 
Harringworth, co. Rut- 
land, and bapt. there; 
marr. at St George's, 
Bloomsbury, London 
(by the Rev. the 
Hon*^ Montague Henry 
Villiers), on Thursday, 
10 June 1852. 



Duncan of Amis- 
field, Bromborough, 
CO. Chester; bom 
at Liverpool 31 
January, bapt at 
St Andrew's, Liver- 
pool, 14 May 1828; 
educated at Liver- 
pool College. 



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Isabella Christian, 
bom 16 August 1829; 
died II August 1845, 
bur. at St Michael's, 
Liverpool 



Agnes Anne, bom 1 1 
May 1832. 



Emily Jane, bom 26 
November 1833 ; died 
14 July 1837, bur. at 
St Michael's, Liverpool. 



George Andrew Duncan, 
bom 6 June 1837; died 
24 August 1837, bur. at 
St. Michael's, Liverpool. 



Fanny Georgina, bom 
at Liverpool, and bapt 
at St. Paul's, Prince's 
Park, Liverpool. 



I 
Leonard Eustace Henry Duncan, born 
at Liverpool i December 1856, and bapt. 
at St Paul's, Prince's Park, Liverpool; 
of Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 
IS May 1875, B.A. 1879. 



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Percival Jenour Duncan, 
bom at Liverpool 7 Jan- 
uary i860, and bapt at 
St Paul's, Prince's Park, 
Liverpool 



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William Henry Duncan of Liverpool; bom in Seel Street, Liverpool,-rCatherine, dau. of William 



27 January 1805, and bapt at Liverpool by the Rev. Thomas 
Tudor Duncan, D.D., his uncle; M.D. ; Medical Officer of Health 
for the Borough of Liverpool; died at West Park, Elgin, on 
Saturday, 23 Miay, bur. in the Forsyth family tomb in the cathedral 
burial ground at Elgin 28 May 1863. Memorial Tablet in 
St Jude's, Liverpool. Will dated 30 December 1862, proved at 
Liverpool 7 September 1863, by George James Duncan of 
Liverpool, brother, Henry Qdmcross Duncan of Liverpool, 
nephew, and the Rev. Robert Henry Lundie of Oxton, co. 
Chester, three of the Ei^ors. 



Duncan Macandrew of 
Liverpool, by Anne his 
wife, dau. of Isaac Forsyth 
of Elgin; bom 26 April 
1830; marr. at St Catiie- 
rine's, Liverpool (by the 
Rev. Josiah Bateson Lowe), 
on Thursday, i September 
1353. 



George William Duncan of Cedar Grove,* 
Richmond, co. Surrey; bom at 17 Peel Terrace, 
Liverpool, on Wednesday, 6 September, bapt at 
St Jude's, Liverpool (by the Rev. Josiah Bateson 
Lowe) 13 October 1854 (Sponsors: George James 
Duncan, James Macandrew and Mary Watson) ; 
of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 11 October 
1872, a Junior Student 1872-76, B.A. 1876; a 
Student of the Inner Temple 6 April 1875, called 
to the Bar 26 January 1878 ; a Member of the 
Northern Circuit ; J.P. for Richmond, co. Surrey. 



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■Ella, eldest dau. of 
John Higson of Oak- 
mere Hall, CO. Chester, 
J.P., by Susan his ¥rife, 
dau. of Robert Mason 
of Liverpool ; bom 8 
February i860; marr. 
at Weaverham, co. 
Chester (by the Rev. 
ThomasHenryGillam, 
the Vicar, assisted 
by the Rev. Richard 
Craven Gamett, 

Rector of Delamere, 
CO. Chester), on Tues- 
day, 10 Apnl 1883. 



Edith Mary, bom 
at 17 Peel Terrace, 
Liverpool, on Sun- 
day, 25 May, bapt 
at St. Jude's, 
Walton-on-the-Hill, 
CO. Lancaster (by 
the Rev. Joaah 
Bateson Lowe), 20 
June 1856. 



Philip Forsyth Duncan, bom at Oakmere Hall, 
CO. Chester, on Saturday, i May, bapt at the 
parish church, Richmond, co. Surrey (by the 
Rev. Harry Joseph Dyer), 14 July 1886 
(Sponsors : Edward Liveing Fenn, M.D., 
Arthur Higson and Beatrice Ada Higson); 
educated at Haileybury. 



Eileen Phyllis, bom at Lion Gate, Richmond, 
on Saturday, 16 November, bapt. at the 
parish church, Richmond (by the Rev. Canon 
Charles Tickell Procter, the Vicar), 21 De- 
cember 1889 (Sponsors: John Hayes Higson, 
Anne Macan(hrew and Elsie Mary Colt). 



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Rev. Douglas Charteris Duncan, bom at-^Emma, 3rd dau. of Robert CoUinge of Greenhil], 



South Hill Road, Liverpool, 27 December 
1862, bapt at St. Paul's, Prince's Park, 
Liverpool, 5 Febraary 1863; educated at 
Charterhouse and at Keble College, 
Oxford, matriculated 17 October 1882, 
aged 19, B.A. 1885, M.A. 1898; Rector 
of Gittisham, co. Devon, from 1903. 



Oldham, co. Lancaster, by Hannah his wife, dau. 
of Philip Beny; born at Greenhill, Oldham, 
13 December 1877, bapt at Christ Church, 
Glodwick, CO. Lancaster, 9 February 1878; marr. 
at Killinghall, West Riding, co. York (by the Rev. 
William Travis Travis, Rector of Ripley, West 
Riding, co. York), on Wednesday, 10 June 1903. 



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Maynard Chartens Dtmcan, born at the 
Rectory, Gittisham, on Saturday, 21 May, 
bapt. at Gittisham (by his father) 19 June 1904. 



Kathleen Marguerite, bom at the Rectory, 
Gittisham, on Monday^ 20 November, bapt. 
at Gittisham (by her father) 1 7 December 1905. 



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Isabella, bom in Seel Street, Liverpool, 
5 October 1808, and bapt. at Millbank, 
Dumfries, by the Rev. Henry Duncan of 
Ruthwell, CO. Dumfries, D.D., her uncle. 



Lucy Christin, bom in Great George's Street, 
Liverpool, on Christmas Day, 25 December 
1 8 10, and bapt at Liverpool by the Rev. Henry 
Duncan of Ruthwell, D.D., her uncle. 



Maude Evelyn, bom at Amisfield, Bromborough, co. Chester, bapt at 
St Barnabas', Bromborough, 27 February 1867; marr. at Eastham, 
CO. Chester (by the Rev. William Edward Torr, the Vicar, assisted by 
the Rev. Douglas Charteris Duncan), 13 June 1894, William Glaister 
Nicholson of "Netley," Maldon Road, Wallington, co. Surrey (son of 
Henry Nicholson of Lesson Hall, co. Cumberland, by Mary Susannah 
his wife, dau. of John Winter Jones of the British Museum) ; bom at 
2 Harewood Square, London, 3 June 1867. 



Hilda Steuart, bom 
at Amisfield, Brom- 
borough, and bapt. 
at St Cynbrid, Llan- 
dulas, CO. Denbigh. 



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Arms fiH record in the College of Arms, — 
Argent a chevron gules between two 
fidcons in chief of the last belled and 
jessed or and a bull passant in base also 
of the second. 

Crest, — On a mount vert a bull as in the 
arms supporting with the dexter fore-leg a 
spear erect proper. 

Motto, — Constans' fideL 



Willianl Ridley of Clare, co. Suffolk,. 
Hartford End, Felstead, and Paslow 
Hall, Ongar, both co. Essex, and 
afterwards of "The Bufy,*' Felstead 
(2nd son of John Ridley of the 
parish of St. James', Bury St. 
Edmunds, coi Suffolk^ by Ann his 
wife); bom at Bury St. Edmunds 
28 May 1786, bapt. at the Presby- 
terian Chapel, Churchgate Street, 
Bury St. Edmunds, 18 June 1794; 
died at the residence of his son, 
"The Elms,'* Chelmsford, co. Essex, 
aged 66, on Thursday, 3 June, bur. 
at Felstead Chapel on Thursday, 
10 June 1852. Will dated 27 
December 1850, with codicil dated 
7 February 1852, proved (P.C.C. 
662, 52) 6 August 1852, by Thomas 
Dixon Ridley and John Ridley, 
sons, and James Curling, son-in-law, 
the EH^ors. Portrait in oils at 
''The Elmsr Chelmsford, in the 
possession of Charles Ernest Ridley , 
his grandson. 




.Maria, eldest dau. 
of Thomas Dixon, 
by Maria his wife, 
eldest dau. of John 
Bloss of Hartford 
End, formerly of 
Kirby-le-Soken and 
of Boreham, both 
CO. Essex ; bom at 
Hartford End 22 
December 1787; 
marr. at the parish 
church, Felstead, 
4 September 181 1 ; 
died, in her 50th 
year, on Sunday, 
7 May, bur. at 
Felstead Chapel on 
Saturday, 13 May 
1837. Miniature 
at ''The Elms,"* 
Chelmsford, in the 
possession of Charles 
Ernest Ridley, her 
grandson. 



Maria, bom at Hartford End 3 February, bapt privately 4 August 181 3; marr. at the parish 
church, Felstead, 17 December 1839, James Curling of Ipswich, co. Suffolk, and of the City 
of London (son of William Curling, by Lucretia Davenport his wife) ; bom at Thames Street 
London, 26 May 1808, and bapt. privately by the Rev. John Clayton; died at his residence, 
Wherstead Road, Ipswich, aged 49, on Thursday, 18 March, bur. in the cemetery at Ipswich 
25 March 1858. Will dated 2 July 1853, with codicil dated 26 November 1853, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 214, 58) 17 April 1858, by Herbert Dalton of 12 Little Tower Street, London, 
William Hunter of 30 Mooi^ate Street, London, and Thomas Dixon Ridley of Chelmsford, 
CO. Essex, the Eitors. She died suddenly at Ipswich, aged 74, on Wednesday, 24 August, 
and was bur. in the cemet^y at Ipswich 29 August 1887. Will dated 12 January 1865, 
proved at Ipswich 5 October 1887, ^Y James Davenport Curling of Hamilton Road, Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, and William Curling of Paget Road, Ipswich, sons, the Eitors. 



Emily Florence Newport, bom at 21 Clarendon Square, Leamington, co. Warwick, on 
Saturday, 3 June, bapt at Leamington 30 November 1865; died at "Holme Lea," Dorking, 
CO. Surrey, on Monday, 2 November 1903, bur. in the cemetery at Dorking. Admon 
was granted at the Principal Registry 22 December 1903, to William Wells Ridley. 



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Thomas Dixon Ridley of" 
Elms," Chelmsford, co. Essex; 
bom at Hartford End, Felstead, 
CO. Essex, 22 March, bapt 
privately 20 April 1814; died 
at "The Elms," Chelmsford, 
in his 68th year, on Friday, 
10 February, bur. in the 
cemetery at Chelmsford 16 
February 1882. Will dated 
28 January 1876, with codicil 
dated 10 December 1881, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 325, 82) 
28 April 1882, by Lydia Ridley 
of Chelmsford, relict, William 
Wells Ridley of Leamington, 
CO. Warwick, Thomas Herbert 
Ridley and Charles Ernest 
Ridley, both of Chelmsford, 
sons, and John Ridley of 
Damerham, co. Wilts, brother, 
the Etors. Portrait in oils 
at " The Elms,'' Chelmsfordy in 
the possession of Charles Ernest 
Ridley y his son. 



The^pLydia, dau. of William 
Collings Wells of Chelmsford 
{Portrait in oils at ''The 
Elms^ Chelmsford^ in the 
possession of Charles Ernest 
Ridley, his grandson], by 
Lydia his wife, eldest dau. of 
Joseph Woodcock ; bom at 
Chelmsford 6 July 1818, 
bapt privately by ^e Rev. 
John Carter; marr.at Chelms- 
ford Chapel 17 June 1841 ; 
died at "The Elms," Chelms- 
ford, in her 83rd year, on 
Wednesday, 9 January, bur. 
with her husband in the 
cemetery at Chelmsford 12 
January 1901. Will dated 
20 December 1898, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 366, 1901) 
5 March 1901, by Charles 
Emest Ridley, son, and 
Frederick Arthur Wdls, 
nephew, the surviving E&ors. 




Anne, bom at Hartford End 
3 April, bapt. privately 9 June 
1815; marr. at Felstead 
Chapel 15 June 1841, Joseph 
Fison of Stowmarket, co. Suf- 
folk (son of William Lorimer 
Fison, by Deborah Prentice 
his wife); bom 6 April 1819; 
died at his residence, Stoke 
House, Ipswich, co. Suffolk, in 
his 59th year, on Saturday, 
2 March 1878, bur. in the 
cemetery at Ipswich. Will dated 
27 February 1878, proved at 
Ipswich 3 April 1878, by 
Edward Fison of Ipswich, 
brother, and John Ridley of 
Damerham, co. Wilts, brother- 
in-law, and Thomas Gifford 
Nash of Great Chesterford, co. 
Essex, gent, son-in-law, the 
Eltors. She died at her resi- 
dence, Stoke House, Ipswich, 
in her 83rd year, on Tuesday, 
8 February, and was bur. in 
the cemetery at Ipswich 12 
February 1898. Admon was 
granted at Ipswich 8 August 
1898, to James Oliver Fison. 



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William Wells Ridley of^Emily Mary, youngest dau. of Christopher Mary Lydia, bom 



" Stoney Thorpe," East- 
bourne, CO. Sussex, formerly 
of Beaufort House, Leaming- 
ton, CO. Warwick, and of 
" Holme Lea," Dorking, 
CO. Surrey; bom at Hart- 
ford End 4 March 1842, 
and bapt. privately; J. P. for 
CO. Warwick. 



Newport, Major Bombay Army, by Ann at Hartford End 
Hoblyn his wife, only child of the Rev. 9 December 1843, 
Edward Peter, Rector of Great Wigborough, and bapt privately. 
CO. Essex; bom at Cheltenham, co. Glou- 
cester, 9 February, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Cheltenham, 10 April 1845 f °^a^- ^^ 
St. Luke's, Cheltenham (by the Rev. 
William Bennitt, Rector of Bletchley, co. 
Buckingham, brother-in-law of the bride, 
assisted by the Rev. William Henry Blox- 
some), on Wednesday, 27 January 1864. 



William Percy Newport^-Dorothy Jane, dau. of Frederick Wells of " Oaklands," Chelmsford, 
Ridley, bom at Beaufort by Jane Thompson his wife, twin dau. of the Rev. Joseph Bums ; 
House, Leamington, on bora 10 Febmary 1880; marr. at St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, 
Monday, 7 January, Kensington, London (by the Rev. William Bennitt, Rector of 
bapt. at Leamington Bletchley, uncle of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. James 
19 Febraary 1867. Thompson Bums, cousin of the bride), on Wednesday, 3 Jxme 1903. 

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Sarah Dixon, born at Hartford End, Felstead, co. 
Essex, 26 May, bapt. privately 12 August 1816; 
marr. at the parish church, Felstead (by the 
Rev. Frederick GiflTord Nash, Vicar of Diseworth, 
CO. Leicester), on Thursday, 5 March 1846, 
Thomas Frederick Nash of Great Chesterford, 
CO. Cambridge (3rd son of Thomas Nash of 
Fowlmere, co. (jambridge, by Martha his wife, 
dau. of James Searle of Cambridge); born at 
Fowlmere 21 June 181 7 ; died, aged 40, on 
Sunday, 7 March, bur. at Fowlmere 12 March 
1858. Will dated 13 February 1858, proved at 
Ipswich 23 July 1858, by Thomas Dixon Ridley 
of Chelmsford, co. Essex, and John Ridley of 
Bamston, co. Essex, two of the Eilors. She 
died at 3 Holland Park Mansions, London, 
aged 77, on Monday, 29 May, and was bur. at 
Fowlmere on Saturday, 3 June 1893. Will 
dated 29 June 1891, proved (Prin. Reg., 675, 93) 
8 July 1893, ^y John Ridley, brother, and 
Thomas Herbert Ridley, nephew, the Ellors. 



Rev. William Ridley,^Isabella, 4th dau. 



bom at Hartford End 
14 September 18 19, 
bapt privately 31 
March 1820 ; B.A. 
of University of 
London, and M.A. of 
University of Sydney, 
New South Wales ; 
Professor of Latin, 
Greek and Hebrew ; 
died at his residence, 
" Lohort," Sydney, 
aged 59, on Thursday, 
26 September, bur. 
in the Presbyterian 
Cemetery, Sydney, 
on Saturday, 28 Sep- 
tember 1878. 



of the Rev. Joseph 
Rogerson Cotter, Pre- 
bendary of Cloyne 
Cathechal, by Mary 
his 2nd wife, dau. 
of George Purcell, 
J.P. ; marr. by 
special licence at 
the Presbyterian 
Church, Sydney (by 
the Rev. Dr. Lang), 
on Thursday, 11 
April 1850 ; died at 
Sydney 17 October 
1903. 



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Thomas Herbert Ridley of Chelmsford; born at Hartford End 9 August 1845, <^^ bapt. 
privately; died at sea, on his way home from Athens, a^ed 48, on Wednesday, 25 April 
1894, bur. at Rome. Will dated 12 February 1889, with codicil dated 12 February 
1892, proved (Prin. Reg., 707, 94) 8 June 1894, by Charles Ernest Ridley and Walter 
Ridley, brothers, and Frederick Arthur Wells, cousin, the Ei^ors. 



Gerald Lorimer Newport Ridley,- 
bom at The Abbey, Southam, co. 
Warwick, on Tuesday, 9 Febraary, 
bapt. at Southam 2 May 1869; 
of Clare College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 
1887, B.A. 1891, M.A. 1895. 



-Mabel Parker, younger dau. of William Woodcock Wells 
of Needham Market, co. Suffolk, J.P. for co. Suffolk; 
marr. at Christ Church, Lancaster Gate, London (by the 
Rev. William Bennitt, Rector of Bletchley, co. Buck- 
ingham, uncle of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. 
George Erie Farran, the Curate), on Wednesday, 26 
August 1896. 



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Gerald Vemon Newport Aileen Margaret Raymond Nicholas Ridley, Henry Maitland 

Ridley, born at Bram- Newport, bom at bom at " The Limes," Broom- Ridley, bom at 

ford, CO. Suffolk, 23 Bramford 7 June, field, co. Essex, on Sunday, "The Limes," 



October, bapt. there 15 bapt. there 17 



December 1897. 



July 1899. 



24 April, bapt. at Broomfield Broomfield, on 
29 May 1904. Sunday, 8 July 

1906. 



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Elizabeth, bom at Hartford End, Felstead, co. Essex, i6 October 
1820, bapt privately 16 January 1821; marr. at the parish 
church, Felstead (by the Rev. Stephen Bridge, Incumbent of 
St. Matthew's, Denmark Hill, co. Surrey), on Saturday, 29 April 
1854, John Richardson of '* Ravensfell" and Bromley House, 
Bromley, co. Kent, and of the City of London (3rd son of 
Thomas Richardson of Denmark Hill, co. Surrey, and of 
Lascelles Hall, in the parish of Kirkheaton, West Riding, 
CO. York, by Frances his wife, younger dau. of Martin Green 
of Walworth, co. Surrey); bom at Camberwell, co. Surrey, 
I August 18 1 6, bapt at York Street Chapel, Walworth, i 
September 1817; died at his residence, ''RavensfelV Bromley, 
in his 73rd year, on Thursday, 17 January, bur. at Holy 
Trinity, Bromley Common, 22 January 1889. M.I. Will 
dated 1 January 1889, proved (Prin. Reg., 460, 89) 31 May 
1889, by John Ridley of Damerham, co. Wilts, and Charles 
Ernest Ridley of " The Elms," Chelmsford, co. Essex, nephew, 
two of the ESors. She died at her residence, "Ravensfell," 
Bromley, on Monday, 7 September, and was bur. at Holy 
Trinity, Bromley Common, 11 September 1896. M.I. Will 
dated 24 June 1892, proved in the Principal Registry 4 December 
1896, by William Ridley Richardson, son, and Charles Ernest 
Ridley, nephew, the Eitors. ^ 

(JS^ issue su Pedigree of Richardson^ 
Vol. 5, page 104.) 



Catherine, bom at Hartford 
End 24 December 1821, 
bapt. at Little Waltham 
Chapel, CO. Essex, 9 Sep- 
tember 1822 ; marr. at 
Felstead Chapel 11 August 
1 84 1, Thomas Lungley 
Prentice (eldest son of 
Thomas Prentice of Stow- 
market, co. Suffolk, by 
Mary his wife, only child of 
Zephaniah Lungley of 
Lavenham, co. SuiSblk) ; 
bom at Stowmarket 13 
May 1820, and bapt. there 
privately; died at South 
Beddington, co. Surrey, in 
his 58th year, on Friday, 
8 February, bur. in the 
cemetery at Woking, co. 
Surrey, 12 Febmary 1878. 



Charles Emest Ridley of ''The Elms," Chelmsford; bom at Chelmsford 24 March 1847, 
and bapt privately; of Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1865, 
B.A. 1869, M.A. 1874; J.P., D.L. and County Councillor for co. Essex 1899 (on the roll 
for High Sheriff 1907). Portrait in oils at " The Elms,"" Chelmsford. 



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Ethel Petre Newport, bom at The Abbey, Southam, co. Warwick, on Frances Mabel 

Thursday, 3 November 1870, bapt at Southam 15 January 1871 ; marr. at Newport, bom 

St George's, Hanover Square, London (by the Rev. William Bennitt, Rector at The Abbey, 

of Bletchley, co. Buckingham, assisted by the Rev. David Green, Curate of Southam, on 

St Nicholas', Guildford, co. Surrey, uncles of the bride), on Thursday, Saturday, 21 

6 August 1891, Alfred William Lightbody of Claremont House, East June, bapt at 

Molesey, co. Surrey (son of John Lightbody, by Elizabeth his wife, 3rd dau. Leamington 27 

of John Heinrich Biirgy); bom at The Avenue, Garston, co. Lancaster, August 1873. 
24 January 1858. =?= 

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Suiinna, bom at Hartford End, Felstead, co. Essex, 7 February, 
bapt at Little Waltham Chapel, co. Essex, 8 June 1823; marr. 
at Felstead Chapel 31 July 1845, Manning Prentice of Violet Hill, 
Stowmarket, co. Suffolk (2nd son of Thomas Prentice, by Mary 
his wife, only child of Zephaniah Lungley of Lavenham, co. 
Suffolk); bom at Stowmarket 14 Septemba: 1823, and bapt. there 
privately; died at Hastings, co. Sussex, in his 52nd year, on 
Saturday, 21 August, bur. in the cemetery at Stowmarket 28 August 
1875. Will dated 20 February 1868, proved at Bury St Edmunds 
28 October 1875, by Susanna Prentice of Stowmarket, relict^ the 
sole Executrix. She died at Tlie Firs, Westbury Park, Clifton, 
CO. Gloucester, on Friday, 2 June, and was bur. with her husband in 
the cemetery at Stowmarker 7 June 1893. Will dated 22 December 
1892, proved (Prin. Reg., 930, 93) 28 October 1893, by Manning 
Prentice, son, and John Henry Watling, the Eltors. 



Harriet, bom at Hart- 
ford End 27 June 1824, 
bapt at the Meeting 
House, MiU Lane^ Stel> 
bing, CO. Essex, 29 
September 1825; died 
suddenly, unmarried, at 
Felstead, aged 74, on 
Friday, 11 November 
1898, bur. in a vault in 
the graveyard of Felstead 
Chapel 



Walter Ridley, bom at Chelmsford, co. Essex,-pLouisa Catherine, only dau. of Benjamin 

- Mellor of Holywell Mount, Halifax, co. 

York, by Mary his wife, 2nd dau. of 
Alexander Dixon of Cleckheaton, West 
Riding, 00. York ; bom at Holywell Green, 
Halifax, 4 November 1854, and bapt 
privately at Ash House, Stajnland^ West 
Riding, co. York; marr. at St James', 
PiccaSlly, London (by the Rev. John 
Edward Kempe, the Rector), on Wednesday, 
23 February 1876. 



22 July 1848, and bapt privately at "The Elms," 
Chelmsford; died at "Redgates," Chehnsford, 
aged 52, on Monday, 24 September, bur. in 
Holy Trinity Churchyard, Springfield, co. Essex, 
on Saturday, 29 September 1900. Will dated 
24 March 1882, with codicil dated 20 July 1894, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1683, 1900) 6 December 
1900, by Benjamin Dixon Mellor, brother-in-law, 
Charles Ernest Ridley, brother, and Frederick 
Arthur Wells, cousin, the Eltors. 



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Winifred Mary, bom at Hartford Catherine Muriel, bom at Thomas Dixon Ridley, bom at 

End on Saturday, 17 November Hartford End on Sunday, Hartford End on Friday, 13 

1877, ^Pt. at Ford End, co. 5 September, bapt at Ford October, bapt at Ford End 

Essex, 27 January 1878. End 3 October 1880. 26 November 1882. 



Helen Margery, bom at Hartford End on 
Friday, 9 January, bapt at Ford End, 
22 Febraary 1885. 



Walter Lancelot Ridley, bom at " Redgates," 
Springfield, on Wednesday, 15 June, bapt. 
at Springfield 22 July 1892. 



Christopher Mellor Ridley, bom at " Redgates," 
Springfield, co. Essex, on Wednesday, 3 De- 
cember 1890, bapt at Springfield 4 January 
1891. 



Herbert Leslie Ridley, bom at *' Redgates," 
Springfield, on Friday, 7 September, bapt 
at Springfield 25 October 1894. 



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Ellen, bom at Hartford End, Felstead, co. Essex, 24 June, bapt 
at the Meeting House, Mill Lane, Stebbing, co. Essex, 24 July 
1826; marr. at Felstead Chapel 27 December 1850, Henry 
Brown Creak of Bradford, co. York (4th son of Alexander 
Creak, by Maria his wife, eldest dau. of William Brown) ; bom 
25 March 182 1 ; M.A. Lond. 1844; died at Ilkley, West Riding, 
CO. York, aged 43, 10 February, bur. at Bramley Lane Chapel, 
Lightcliffe, West Riding, co. York, 15 February 1864. Will 
dated 30 September 1859, ¥rith codicil dated 11 April 1861, 
proved at Wakefield 24 March 1864, by Isabella Creak of 
Ilkley, relict, Frederick Creak of Leicester, gent., and Thomas 
Edward Creak of Honiton, co. Devon, brothers, the E&ors. 
She died at Lightcliffe on Thursday, 5 February, and was bur. 
at Bramley Lane Chapel, Lightcliffe, 12 February 1857. 



John Ridley of Rockboume 
Manor Farm, co. Hants, 
formerly of Damerham, co. 
Wilts; bora at Hartford 
End 7 October, bapt at 
the Meeting House, Mill 
Lane, Stebbing, 20 Decem- 
ber 1827 ; J.P. for CO. 
Wilts 1894. 



Edith, born at Helen Gertrade, born at Chelmsford 11 May 1854, and bapt. privately; 

Chelmsford, co. marr. at the Chapel Royal, Savoy, London (by the Ven**^ Henry Frank 

Essex, 21 De- Johnson, Archdeacon of Essex [now Bishop of Colchester], assisted by the 

cember 1849, ^^v. William Arthur Green, brother of the bridegroom), on Wednesday, 

bapt. privately. 24 October 1888, the Rev. David Green (2nd son of the Rev. William 

Green, Rector of Winterton, co. Norfolk, by Harriet his wife, 2nd dau. of 

Captain Shairp of Babbacombe, co Devon, R.N.) ; bom 29 October, bapt 

at Goadby, co. Leicester, 2 December 1857; of Trinity Collie, Dublin, 

B.A. 1881, M.A. 1888; Vicar of Bramley, co. Surrey, from 1892. 




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Arms. — Gules three wolves' heads couped. 
Crest — A wolTs head coaped sable. 
Affitfo, — ^Avance. 

John Vidler (eldest son of John Vidler, by Hannah Stevens his wife) ; bom- 
At Brede, co. Sussex, 8 January 1789; Vice-Consul for France, Sweden and 
Norway, and the Hanse Towns; J. P. and Alderman for the Borough of Rye, 
CO. Sussex, Mayor 1839, 1845 and 1850; died at Rye, in his 66th year, on 
Wednesday, 27 September, bur. there 2 October 1854. Will dated 12 April 
i848> proved (P.C.C. 
^79. 55) 4 October 
1855, by John Amon 
Vidler, son, and James 
Foulis Plomley, 
surviving Eitors. 




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■Mary Ann, dau. of 
John Amon, by Anne 
his wife, dau. of 
Stephen Coleman ; 
bom at Rye 14 Jan- 
uary, bapt there 2^ 
February 1791; marr. 
at Icldesham, co. 
Sussex, 19 December 
1816; died at Ry« 
26 August, bur. there 
30 August 1855. 



Elizabeth Ann, bom 5 October 181 7, died 7 October 
following, bur: at Rye. 

Elizabeth Mary, bora 13 March, bapt at Rye 23 March 
181 9; marr. there 2 September 1841, James Foulis 
Plomley (son of John and Hannah Plomley of Northiam, 
CO. Sussex); bora at Northiam 21 December 1808; died 
at Fairfield House, Rye, 14 July 1880, bur. in the 
cemetery at Rye. Will dated 31 January 1878, with 
codicil dated 17 January 1880, proved (Prin. R^., 
608, 80) 31 July 1880, by Marian Dawes, ¥rife of 
Walter Dawes of Fairfield House, Rye, daughter, 
James Coleman Vidler and John Symonds Vidler, 
nephew, both of Rye, and Walter Dawes, the Eitors. 
She died at Rye 20 January, and was bur. there 26 
January 1847, T 



John Amon 
of "Mountsfield," 
Rye; bom at Rye 
7 September, bapt 
there 6 October 
1820; died at Rye 
17 November, bur. 
there 22 November 
1856. Will dated 
14 August 1855, 
proved (P.C.C. 424, 
57) 22 May 1857, by 
Anna Maria Vidler, 
relict, the • sole 
Executrix. . 



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Maria, dau. of 
John Symonds, by 
Mary Stone his wife; 
bom at Broadwinsor, 
CO. Dorset ; marr. 
there (by the Rev. 
Solomon Csesar 
Malan) 27 April 
1848; died at Rye 
22 April 1897, bur. 
in the cemetery at 
Rye. Will dated 
12 September 1888, 
proved (Prin. R^., 

139I1 97) 15 De- 
cember i897,by John 
S3anonds Vidler, son, 
and Charles Vidler, 
nephew, the Eltors. 



John Symonds Vidler of " Kingfield," Rye ,- 
bom at Rye on Christmas Day, 25 De- 
cember 1851, bapt there 10 March 1852; 
Lieutenant ist Cinque Ports Artillery 
Volunteers 1873, Captain ist Cinque Ports 
Rifle Volunteers 29 May 1886, Major ii 
July 1900; Councillor and Alderman for the 
Borough of Rye 1 880-1 900, Mayor 1883, 
1884 and 1893 ; J.P. for the Borough of Rye 
1886, and for the county of Sussex 1899 ; 
Vice-Consul for Sweden. 



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,-^-Caroline Louisa Lacey, dau. of William Marian, bom 
Wake Smart of Cranborae, co. Dorset, at Rye and 
M.D., M.R.C.P. ; marr. at Rye (by bapt there 8 
the Rev. Charles Antonio Marona, March 1854. 
Curate-in-Charge) on Saturday, 10 
November 1888. She marr. istly 
at Cranbome (by the Rev. John Hemery Carnegie, 
the Vicar, assisted by the Rev. Henry Clark, cousin 
of the bride) on Wednesday, 17 June 1868, Charles 
Selmes of Broomhill Lodge, Playden, co. Sussex 
(younger son of James Selmes of Tufton Place, 
Northiam, by Eliza his wife, dau. of Charles Pilcher) ; 
died at Broomhill Lodge, Playden, aged 48, on 
Saturday, 30 October 1886, bur. at Iden, co. Sussex, 



John Lionel Symonds Vidler, bom at " Mountsfield," Rye, 
30 March, bapt at Rye 27 April 1890; educated at Repton. 

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William Thomas 
Vidler, bora 3 
February, bapt at 
Rye, CO. Sussex, 
7 March 1823 ; 
died at Cran- 
brook School 9 
October, bur. at 
Rye 13 October 



James Coleman Vidler of Magdala House, Rye; bom-r-Hester, dau. of 

19 July, bapt. at Rye 17 Auglist 1825; J.P. and 

Alderman for the Borough of Rye, Mayor 1881 and 1886 ; 

died at Rye, in his 73rd year, on Thursday, 27 January 

1898, bur. in the cemetery at Rye. Will dated 30 

December 1878, proved (Prin. Reg., 980, 98) 15 August 

1898, by Hester Vidler, relict, Charles Vidler and the 

Rev. Arthur Coleman Vidler, sons, the Eilors. 



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Marian, born 
at Sedlescomb 
and bapt there 
14 November 
1848; died in 
infancy, bur. at 
Sedlescomb. 



Spencer Crisford, 
by Frances his 
wife, dau. of Tho- 
mas Witherden ; 
bom at Sedles- 
comb, CO. Sussex, 
July, bapt. 



there 5 Septem- 
ber 1825 ; marr. 
at Sedlescomb 9 
December 1847. 



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Emily J., younger dau.— Charles Vidler of- 
of Charles T. How of "The Alders," Has- 



St Leonard*s-on-Sea, co. 
Sussex; marr. at the parish 
church, St Leonard's-on- 
Sea (by the Rev. George 
Gregory Gardiner), on 
Tuesday, 10 February 
1874; died at the resi- 
dence of her mother, 
Hursley House, Marina, 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea, aged 
22, on Monday, 27 Sep- 
tember 1875. is^ ^i^*^« 



tings, CO. Sussex; 
borti at Sedlescomb 
28 March, bapt. 
there 2 May 1850 ; 
died at " Havering," 
Upper Grosvenor 
Road, Tunbridge 
Wells, CO. Kent, 
aged 51, on Friday, 
10 January, bur. in 
the cemetery at 
Rye 15 January 
1902. 



■Alice, 3rd surviving dau. of 
William Hodgson of 17 
Alwyne Road, Canonbunr, 
London, by Maria his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Wakefield; 
bora 10 May 1853 ; marr. at 
St James', Clapton, co. 
Middlesex (by the Rev. 
Arthur Coleman Vidler, 
brother of the bridegroom, 
assisted by the Rev. Henry 
Daniel Pearson, the Vicar), 
on Wednesday, 28 November 
1877. 2nd wife. 



Charles Hodgson Vidler,- 
bom at "The Alders," 
Hastings, on Friday, 11 
April, bapt at Christ 
Church, Blacklands, 

Hastings (by the Rev. 
Alfred Hodges), 16 May 
1879 ; educated at 
Eastbourne College. 



-Alice Ada, dau. of Hugh 
Ashworth, by Emma his wife, 
dau. of Captain Hugh Rimmer 
of Lytham, co. Lancaster; 
bora at Rochdale, co. Lan- 
caster, 15 February 1882, 
and bapt there; marr. at St 
Mary-in-the-Castle, Hastings, 
22 August 1904. 



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Alice Freda, bora at Hastmgs 
21 October 1880, and bapt at 
Blacklands. 

Kathleen Hester, bom at Rye 
18 January 1883; died at Rye 13 
January, bur. there 17 January 
1885. 



Mildred May, bom at Rye 15 September, 
bapt there 24 October 1886. 



Leslie James Coleman Vidler, born at Rye 
16 September, bapt. there 19 October 1888. 



Norman Wakefield Vidler, bora at Hastings 
14 January, bapt at St. Andrew's, Hastings, 
I March 1891. 

Kenneth Astley Vidler, bora at Hastings 18 
February, bapt. at St. Andrew's, Hastings, 
4 April 1893. 



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Thomas Collins Vidler, bom at Rye, co. Sussex,- 
i6 September, bapt. there 17 October 1827 ; M.CD.S., 
L.D.S., &c. ; died 13 October, bur. at Longfield, co. 
Kent, 16 October 1896. Will dated 24 April 1866, with 
codicil dated 14 April 1894, proved (Prin. Reg., 611, 97) 
7 May 1897, by Marianne Amelia Vidler, spinster, 
daughter, and Samuel Walter Newcomb, the E5tors. 






-Amelia Gould, eldest dau. of George 
Beimett of Sydney, New South 
Wales, M.D., F.L.S., by Julia 
Cameron his wife; bom 9 De- 
cember 1840 ; marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Paddington, London (by the Rev. 
John Durrant), on Thursday, 16 
Febraary i860; died at her country 
residence, i Park Terrace, Hanwell, 
CO. Middlesex, in her 30th year, 
on Wednesday, 30 November 1870, 
bur. at Hanwell. 



Marianne Amelia, bom at 22 East- 
boume Terrace, Hyde Park, London, 
on Thursday, 15 November, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, Paddington, London, 
14 December i860; marr. at St 
Stephen's, Westbourne Park, London, 
30 January 1901, Barchewitz von 
Josephi of Dresden (son of Captain 
Louis Barchewitz of Schloss Peters- 
dorf, Silesia, by Marie Paar von 
Josephi his wife); born at Schloss 
Petersdorf, and bapt there. 



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Annie Elizabeth, born at 22 Eastbourne Terrace, 
Hyde Park, London, on Sunday, 16 February, bapt. 
at Holy Trinity, Paddington, London, 12 March 
1862 ; marr. at Ix)ngfield, co. Kent, 25 August 1894, 
Edward Charles Clifford (son of Charles Edward 
Clifford, by Eliza his wife, dau. of Joseph Clark); 
born 2 March 1858, and bapt at the parish church, 
Marylebone, London ; Member of the Royal Institute 
of Painters in Water Colours, Hon. Secretary of 
The Artists' Society and the Langham Sketching 
Club, Member of the Royal Drawing Society, late 
Member of the Royal Society of British Artists. 



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Rev. Arthur Coleman Vidler, born at— Emilia Ellen, youngest dau. 



Brede, co. Sussex, 8 March, bapt. 
there 25 April 1852 ; Scholar of Jesus 
College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 187 1, B.A. 1875, 
M.A. 1878; Curate of St James', 
Clapton, CO. Middlesex, 1877-79, 
Head Master of St John-at-Hackney 
Grammar School, co. Middlesex, 
1879-95, Chaplain Merchant 
Seamens' Orphanage Asylum, Snares- 
brook, CO. Essex, 1883-91, Curate 
of St John-at-Hackney 1891-95, 
Vicar of Swavesey, co. Cambridge, 
from 1895. 



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of John Lewis Aubert, by 
Emma Martha his wife, dau. 
of Joseph Toulmin, F.R.C.S. ; 
bom at Hornsey, co. Middle- 
sex, on Monday, 19 June 
1848, and bapt. there; marr. 
at St. John-at-Hackney (by 
the Rev. George Powell 
Irby, brother-in-law of the 
bride, assisted by the Rev. 
Arthur Brook, the Rector, 
the Rev. Leonard Edmund 
Shelford and the Rev. John 
Eade Pryor) on Thursday, 
27 December 1883; died at 
the Vicarage, Swavesey, 30 
August, bur. at Swavesey 
2 September 1905. Will 
dated 11 April 1902, proved 
at Peterborough 14 Septem- 
ber 1905, by the Rev. 
Arthur Coleman Vidler, the 
sole E*or. 



Elizabeth Mary, bom at 
Brede 4 August, bapt 
there 6 November 1853; 
marr. at Rye (by the 
Rev. Arthur Coleman 
Vidler, brother of the 
bride, assisted by the 
Rev. David Thomas 
Gladstone, the Vicar) 
on Thursday, 17 No- 
vember 1 88 1, William 
Henry Sharpe of Bank 
House, Peterborough, co. 
Northampton, 2nd son of 
the Rev. Thomas Henry 
Sharpe, Vicar of Holy 
Trinity, Huddersfield, co. 
York, by Emma Moles- 
worth his wife, dau. of 
the Rev. Thomas Bugg, 
Vicar of Desborough, co. 
Northampton. 



Ruth Mary, bom at 13 Clapton Square, 
London, on Wednesday, 9 March, bapt. 
at St John-at-Hackney 13 April 1887. 



Emilia Helen, bom at 13 Clapton Square, 
London, on Tuesday, 15 April, bapt. at 
St. John-at-Hackney 14 May 1890, 



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Alexander Bishop Vidler of Rye, co. Sussex ; bom at Rye 1 1 July, bapt.-pAlbinia, dau. of Ralph 
there 12 August 1829; Captain Cinque Ports Artillery Volunteers 1862; ^ " '^ «ir ^ .^ 
J.P. and Alderman for the Borough of Rye, Mayor 1862 ; Vice-Consul 
for France, Sweden, Norway, &c. ; Knight of Royal Swedish Order of 
Vasa ; died at Tower House, Rye, aged 43, on Friday, 3 January 1873, 
bur. in the cemetery at Rye. Will dated 26 Novemba: 1857, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 391, 73) 13 May 1873, by Albinia Vidler of Rye, relict, 
the sole Executrix. 




Collyer, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau, of 
James Selmes; bom 
at Playden, ca Sus- 
sex, 7 April 1832; 
marr. there (by the 
Rev. Robert Stewart) 
I September 1857. 



Percy Alexander Vidler of " Cleve— pEdithj 
land," Linden Road, Bexhill-on-Sea, 
CO. Sussex; born at Mint House, 
Rye, 31 March, bapt. at Rye 23 May 
1865; educated at Sutton Valence 
School, CO. Kent ; admitted a 
Solicitor February 1889. 



dau. of Rowland Thomas 
George Legg, by Mary Ann his wife, 
dau. of Ephraim Hemmings Snoad 
of Ashford, co. Kent ; bom at 
Winchelsea, co. Sussex, on Friday, 
19 October i860, and bapt. there; 
marr. at Winchelsea 23 April 1891. 



Arnold George Alexander Vidler, 
bom at Victoria, British Columbia, 
3 June 1892 ; educated at Christ's 
Hospital, Horsham, co. Sussex. 



Bertram Hall Vidler, bom at 
Victoria, British Columbia, 
2 September 1893; educated 
at Christ's Hospital, Horsham. 



Rose Albinia (twin 
with Florence May), 
bom at Rye 1 5 May, 
bapt there 2 1 June 
1866; died at Rye 
i4Augusti872,bur 
in the family vault 
in the cemetery at 
Rye. 



Edward Alexander Vidler, bom at-pFlorence Jessie, dau. of Samuel Butler Byrchall, by 



22 Eastboume Terrace, Hyde Park, 
London, on Thursday, 13 August, 
bapt at Holy Trinity, Paddington, 
London, 20 September 1863. 



Marian his wife, dau. of George Goodluck Richardson ; 
bom at Richmond, Melbourne, Australia, 2 June 1872 ; 
marr. at St Barnabas', Balwyn, Victoria (by the Rev. 
R^inald Stephen), 28 December 1889. 



John Byrchall Vidler, bom at 
Balwyn 13 January 1891, and 
bapt at St. Barnabas', Balwyn, 
by the Rev. Reginald Stephen. 



Marian, bom at Balwyn 10 March 
1896, and bapt at St Barnabas', 
Balwyn, by the Rev. Frederic 
Evelyn Sturt Snodgrass. 



Alma Hester, bom 
at Brede, co. Sussex, 
25 November 1854, 
bapt there 29 
April 1855 ; died 
in infancy. 



Annie Ada, bom 
at Brede 8 March, 
bapt. there 29 June 
1856; died in in- 
fancy, bur. at Brede. 



Emest James Vidler- 
of "Belmont," Rye; 
bom at Rye 6 No- 
vember 1857, bapt. 
there 3 February 
1858; J.P. for the 
Borough of Rye 1903. 



-Emmeline, youngest dau. of John Wilkinscm of 
'' Holmfield," Cambridge Road, Southport, co. 
Lancaster, formerly of Huddersfield, co. York, 
by Eliza his wife, dau. of Henry Johnson 
of Beverley, co. York; bom at Huddersfield 
26 December i860, and bapt at Holy Trinity, 
Huddersfield ; marr. at All Saints', Southport (by 
the Rev. Conoly Thomas Porter, D.D., the Vicar), 
on Saturday, 29 December 1883. 




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Fanny, born at Rye, co. Sussex, 23 May, bapt. there 22 June 1831 ; marr. at Rye (by the 
Rev. John Baker of Christ Church, Oxford) on Thursday, 28 April 1859, Arthur John 
Baker of Burton Crescent, London, F.R.I.B.A. (son of Thomas Eld Baker of the Hon**** East 
India Co.'s Service, J.P. for co. Middlesex, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Felix Fagge 
of Ashford, co. Kent); bom at Buxar, Bengal, India, 12 October, bapt 9 November 1823; 
died at " Hartsdown," Eastbourne, co. Sussex, 13 April 1891, bur. in the cemetery at 
Eastbourne. Will dated 11 April 1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 567, 91) 5 June 1891, by Fanny 
Baker of "Hartsdown,** Eastbourne, relict, and Ernest Wheatstone Baker of 23 Castle Hill^ 
in the city of Norwich, Civil Engineer, son, the Ei^ors. She died at Virginia Water, co. 
Surrey, 15 January 1894, and was bur. at Eastbourne. Will dated 22 May 1891, with codicil 
dated 6 February 1892, proved (Prin. Reg., 159, 94) 3 February 1894, by Ernest Wheatstone 
Baker, son, one of the Eltors. =?= 



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Oscar CoUyer Vidler of=-*Cathenne Mary, dau. of Robert Nelson of 
Widcombe Icen Way, Huddersfield, co. York, by Harriet his wife, 
Dorchester, co. Dorset ; dau. of George Mullineux of Shrewsbury, 
born at Tower House, co. Salop ; bom at Huddersfield 8 Januaiy, 

bapt. at Fulneck, co. York, 28 March 
1869; marr. at Holy Trinity, Huddersfield 
(by the Rev. Edward Markby, assisted by 
the Rev. William Sherwen Sherwen), on 
Wednesday, 10 February 1904. 



Florence May (twin 
with Rose Albinia), 
bom at Rye 15 May, 
bapt. there 21 June 
1866 ; died at Rye 
24 October 1874, 
bur. in the family 
vault in the cemetery 
at Rye. 



Rye, 10 October, bapt. 
at Rye 5 December 
1868 ; educated at Sutton 
Valence School, co. Kent 



Edith Fanny, bom at 22 Eastbourne Terrace, Hyde Park, London, on Tuesday, 6 December 
1864, bapt. at Holy Trinity, Paddington, London, 3 January 1865 ; marr. at Rye on Thursday, 
25 August 1887, Samuel Walter Newcomb of Lyndhurst, Longfield, co. Kent (son of William 
Horatio Needham Newcomb of Chatham, co. Kent, by his wife, Ellen Dyke of Rochester, 
CO. Kent); bora at 4 Watts Terrace, Chatham, 19 April, bapt. at St. Margaret's, Rochester, 
21 May 1862. ^ 



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Frank William Vidler, 
born at Rye 23 April, 
bapt. there 12 August 
1859 ; died, aged 10 
months, bur. at Brede, 
CO. Sussex, 15 March 
i860. _ 

Alexander John Vidler, 
bom at Rye 30 June, 
bapt. there 5 October 
i860; died, aged 14 
months, bur. at Brede 
8 September 1861. 



Albert Edward Vidler 6f Mint House,7-Eliza Maude, eldest dau. of 



Rye, CO. Sussex, and of Ivy Lodge, 
Ashford, co. Middlesex; bom at Rye 
7 December 1862, bapt there 27 March 
1863 ; educated at St. Bartholomew's 
Hospital, London; L.S.A. i886,L.R.C.P. 
Lond. 1887, M.R.C.S. Eng. 1887; 
Medical Officer Ashford District (Staines 
Union), Fellow Royal Institute Public 
Health, formerly Medical Officer of 
Health, Rye Borough ; Coroner for Rye 
and Rye District of East Sussex; Captain 
ist Cinque Ports Volunteer Rifle Corps ; 
served in South African War 1899-1900. 



George Simpson Mason of 
The Quarries, Huddersfield, 
by Ann his wife, dau. of 
Jolin Wilkinson; born at 
Huddersfield, and bapt at 
Holy Trinity, Huddersfield; 
marr. there (by the Rev. 
Arthur Coleman Vidler, 
brother of the bridegroom, 
assisted by the Rev. 
Edward Markby, the Vicar) 
on Thursday, 3 December 
1891. 



Stuart Mason Vidler, bom 
at Rye i July, bapt. there 
II August 1894. 



Evelyn Maude, born at Mint House, 
Rye, on Monday, 19 June, bapt. 
there 27 July 1899. 



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Leopold Amon Vidler of The-pEdith 
Stone House, Rye, co. Sussex; 
bom at Tower House, Rye, 
13 August, bapt. privately 
3 October 1870; educated at 
Sutton Valence School, co. 
Kent; Lieutenant ist Cinque 
Ports Volunteer Rifle Corps 
3 October 1903. 



Hamilton, dau. of Edward Roper, Ellen Maude, 
F.R.G.S., by Ann his wife, dau. of James bom at Rye 
Creasey of Sleaford, co. Lincoln; bom at 20 January, 
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, 22 December bapt there 8 
1862, bapt. at St John's, Edinburgh, 16 May 1873. 
November 1878; marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Tulse Hill, CO. Surrey (by the Rev. Parsons 
Edward FitzPatrick Berry, Vicar of Hayle, 
CO. Comwall), i February 1899. 



Alexander Roper Vidler, born at The 
Stone House, Rye, 27 December 
1899, bapt at Rye i March 1900. 



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Barbara Elneth Cressy, born at 
The Stone House, Rye, 26 June, 
bapt at Rye 28 July 1902. 



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Alice Mary, bom at 22 Eastbourne Terrace, Hyde Park, London, on Tuesday, 14 August, 
bapt at Holy Trinity, Paddington, London, 19 September 1866; marr. at the parish church, 
Norwood, CO. Middlesex (by the Rev. William Elliott Oliver, Vicar of Ealing, co. Middlesex), 
on Thursday, 23 September 1886, Raymond Christmas Bennett of Warrington House, 
Steeles Road, Hampstead, co. Middlesex (only son of Richard Bennett formerly of Wroxeter, 
CO. Salop); bom 5 January 1858. =j= 



Sydney James Vidler," 
born at 22 Eastbourne 
Terrace, Hyde Park, 
London, on Tuesday, 
3 March, bapt at Holy 
Trinity, Paddington, 
London, 22 April 
1868 ; educated at 
Ardingly College, 

Hayward's Heath, co. 
Sussex. 



-pCaroline Rosalie Jane, 
dau. of Albert Lomer of 
Sydney, New South Wales, 
by Aiigelina Chandler his 
wife; bom at Sydney 
I January 1866, and bapt 
there; marr. at Perth 
Cathedral, West Australia 
(by the Rev. David John 
Garland), 16 May 1899. 



Flora Constance, bom at 22 Eastboume 
Terrace, Hyde Park, London, on Satur- 
day, 7 May, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Paddington, London, 3 June 1870; 
marr. at St. Mary-the-Virgm, Primrose 
Hill, CO. Middlesex (by the Rev. Albert 
Spencer, the Vicar), on Thursday, 30 
April 1896, Egbert Jeimer Fryman of 
Rye, son of Egbert Fryman. 



Albert Frederick Lomer 
Vidler, bora at Sydney 
16 Jime 1900; died 
at Bendigo, Victoria, 
Australia, 23 December, 
bur. in the cemetery at 
Bendigo 24 December 
1900. 



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Elizabeth Lomer, 
bom at Bendigo 
on Saturday, 13 
June 1902, and 
bapt at St. Paul's, 
Bendigo. 



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Margaret Lomer (twin with Sydney 
Rosalie), bom at Bendigo on 
Tuesday, 21 December 1903, and 
bapt. at St Paul's, Bendigo. 

Sydney Rosalie (twin with Mar- 
garet Lomer), born at Bendigo on 
Tuesday, 21 December 1903, and 
bapt. at St Paul's, Bendigo. 



James Lomer 
Vidler, bom 
at Bendigo 
on Saturday, 
30 December 
1905, bapt 
at St. Paul's, 
Bendigo, 6 
April 1906. 



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Bunne of 4^atlep $arfc anti Mx^tx Hall 

(0. Herefbrt. 

^rmj. — Aznre a wolf salient argent. 

Crest. — A sheaf of snakes proper langued gales. 

Afottc. — Vindt qui patitar. 

Rev. Thomas Dunne (2nd son of Thomas Dmme of Gatley Park,- 
co. Hereford, J.P. and D.L. for co. Hereford, High Sheriff 1753, by 
Marian his wife, dau. and coheir of the Rev. William Marten of Earl's 
Croome, co. Worcester); bom at Gatley Park, bapt at Aymestry, co. 
Hereford, 24 March 1 742 ; of Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated 
16 February 1761, B.A. 1764; Rector of Martley, co. Worcester, 
1770 ; died, 26 June, bur. at Martley 4 July 1795. 



■Margaret, dau. of 
Richard Case of 
Powick Castle, co. 
Worcester, High 
Sheriff for ca 
Worcester 1761, by 
Anne his wife; marr. 
12 June 1780. 



Marten Dunne, Thomas Dunne of Gatley Park and-|-Ai 
died, aged 5, Bircher Hall, both co. Hereford; ~ 
26 Decemb^ of Balliol College, Oxford, matricu* 
1786, bur. at lated 10 December 1799, B.A. 
Aymestrey. 1804, M.A. 1806, M.B. 1810, M.D. 

1813; J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Hereford, High Sheriff; on the 
death of his uncle. Marten Dunne, 
in 1814, he succeeded to the estate 
of Gatley Park; died, aged 72, 
2 August, bur. at Yarpole, co. 
Hereford, 10 August 1854. 



nne, dau. and sole heir of Colonel 
Thomas Smith of Bircher Hall, J.P. 
and D.L., by Anne his wife, dau^ of 
Richard Ward, and heir to her uncle, 
Adam Ward of Bircher Hall and of 
Harton-par-£aton, co. Salop; bapt at 
Yarpole 14 June 1784; marr. there 
(by the Very Rev. ' Whittington 
Landon, Dean of Exeter, the Vicar) 
14 August 181 5 ; died 18 May 1868, 
bur. at Yarpole. 



Thomas Dunne of Gatley Park and Bircher Hall; bom 
Batt's Hotel, London, 28 May, bapt at Yarpole 18: October 
1 8 16; educated at Rugby and at Balliol College, Oxford, 
matriculated 5 June 1835; J.P. and D.L. for co. Hereford; 
died at Bircher Hall, aged 67, on Wednesday, 22 November 
1882, bur. at Yarpole. Will dated 10 November 1882, proved 
at Hereford 13 February 1883, by Harriet Frances Dunne of 
Bircher Hall, relict, the Rev. Richard Evans of Eyton Hall, 
CO. Hereford, and George John Rodney Ward of Yatton 
Court, CO. Hereford, the E&ors. 



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at-|-Harriet Frances, 2nd dau. 
of General Lechmere Coore 
Russell of Ashford Hall, 
CO. Salop, CB., by Harriet 
Elisabeth his wife, dau. of 
OUyett Woodhouse of South 
Repps, CO. Norfolk, Advocate- 
General of Bombay, India ; 
marr. at Ashford Bowdler, co. 
Salop (by the Rev. Charles 
Amphlett, brother of the 
bridegroom, assisted by the 
Rev. George Pinhom^ on 
Saturday, 10 December 1859. 



Thomas Russell Dunne of Gatley Park and Bircher Hall ; bom at Bircher Hall on Tuesday, 
I January, bapt at Yarpole 6 February 1861 ; educated at Eton and at Brasenose College, 

Oxford, matriculated 18 October 1881 ; J.P. and D.L. for 
CO. Hereford ; Lord of the Manor of Leinthall Earles, co. 
Hereford ; a Governor of Lucton School, co. Hereford ; 
Captain Shropshire Militia; died unmarried at St Moritz, 
Switzerland, aged 33, on Friday, 5 January, bur. at Leinthall 
Earles 20 January 1894. 



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Rev. Charles Dunne, born 14 May 1783; of Balliol College,* 
Oxford, matriculated 14 December 180 1, B.A. 1806, M.A. 
1808; Rector of Martley and of Earl's Croome, both co. 
Worcester, 1807, Vicar of Eldersfield, co. Worcester, 1839; 
J.P. for CO. Worcester ; died s.p. at Earl's Croome, aged 67, 
5 October, bur. at Earl's Croome 1 1 October 1 850. 



"Letitia, dau. of William Henry 
Beauchamp of co. Worcester; 
marr. at White Ladies Aston, 
CO. Worcester (by the Rev. 
William Beauchamp, brother of 
the bride), 3 December 1822. 



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Rev. Charles Amphlett of Four Ashes Hall, co. Stafford; bom-^Lucy Beatrice, 6th dau. of 

Tomkyns Dew of Whitney 
Court, by Margaret Beatrice 
his wife, eldest dau. of the 
Rev. Timothy Napleton, 
Rector of Powderham, co. 
Devon {see Pedigree of 
NapUtofiy Vol, ^, page jS); 
born at Whitney 8 April, 
bapt. there 17 May 1829; 
marr. at Whitney (by the 
Rev. Henry Dew) on Tues- 
day, 10 April 1855. 



at Cheltenham 25 April, bapt. at Yarpole, co. Hereford, 22 
September 18 18; of Worcester College, Oxford, matriculated 
15 February 1838, aged 19, B.A. 1842, M.A. 1869; by Royal 
Licence dated 19 March 1855, he assumed the surname and 
arms of Amphlett in lieu of his patronymic on succeeding 
to the property of Four Ashes Hall ; Vicar of Tuckhill, 
CO. Salop, 1869; Patron of the livings of Earl's Croome, co. 
Worcester, and of Tuckhill; Lord of the Manor of Earl's 
Croome; died at Four Ashes Hall, aged 72, on Thursday, 
S March, bur. at Tuckhill 11 March 1891. M.L Will dated 
S December 1889, proved at Lichfield 25 April 1891, by Lucy 
Beatrice Amphlett of Four Ashes Hall, relict, and the 
Rev. Henry Dew, Rector of Whitney, co. Hereford, the Eitors. 



{See Pedigree of Dew^ 
VoL 7, page 284,) 



Alice Beatrice, bom at Four 
Ashes Hall on Sunday, 28 
December 1856, bapt. at 
Enville, co. Stafford, 2 Feb- 
ruary 1857; died at Four 
Ashes Hall, aged 6 years, on 
Wednesday, 8 April, bur. at 
Enville 13 April 1863. 



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Lucy Elizabeth, bom at Four Ashes Hall on Friday, 10 June, 
bapt. at Enville 10 July 1859; marr. at the English Church, 
Taiping, Perak, Straits Settlements, 31 December 1891, 
Arthur Tomkyns Dew (2nd son of the Rev. Henry Dew, 
Rector of Whitney, by Mary Elizabeth his wife, dau, of 
Thomas Monkhouse of London); born 5 March, bapt at 
Whitney 12 April 1853; Resident Magistrate for Telok 
Anson, Perak. 

{See Pedigree of Dew^ VoL I, page 283,) 



Charles Walter Dunne of Clyffeden, Crofton, Vancouvei*pAnne Gertrade, dau. of William 

Island, British Columbia ; born at Bircher Hall on Fisher of Feme Cliff, Metchosin, 

Wednesday, 13 May, bapt. at Yarpole 14 June 1863 ; Vancouver Island ; marr. at 

educated at Wellington and at Corpus Christi College, Metchosin (by the Ven*»** Austin 

Oxford, matriculated 19 October 1882, aged 19, B.A. 1887 Scriven, Archdeacon of Van- 

(Honours: 2nd-class Classical Mods. 1883, 3rddass Classics couver) on Thursday, 27 August 

1886); J.P. for CO. Hereford. 1896. 



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Dorothy Edith Florence, 
bom in Vancouver Island 
23 June 1897. 



Katherine Gertrude (Greta), 
born in Vancouver Island 
31 May 1 90 1. 



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Charles Grove Amphlett of Four Ashes Hall, co. Stafford, D.S.O. ; bom at Four Ashes 
Hall on Saturday, 8 March, bapt at Enville, co. Stafford, 27 April 1862; Patron of the 
livings of Earl's Croome, co. Worcester, and of Tuckhill, co. Salop ; entered the Army (from 
Militia) as Lieutenant North Staffordshire Regiment 12 Novemt>er 1884, Captain i March 
1893, Major 14 March 1901, retired 2 August 1902 ; served in South African War 1 899-1 900, 
commanded ist Battalion of Mounted In^try (mentioned in despatches, '* London GUtzette," 
10 September 1901, Queen's medal with four clasps); nominated D.S.O. 29 November 1900; 
J.P. for the counties of Salop and Stafford. 



Edward Marten Dunne oi Gatley Park and Bircher 
both CO. Hereford, M.P.; born at Bircher Hall on 
Saturday, 27 August, bapt at Yarpole 7 September 1864; 
educated at Wellington and at Sandhurst; entered the 
Army as Lieutenant 2nd Battalion Border R^ment 
6 February 1884, Captain 10 March 1897, Major 
18 October 1902 ; Brigade-Major Bedfordshire Volunteer 
Brigade; Brigade-Major at Aldershot during South 
African War 1899-1902; J.P. for co. Hereford; Lord 
of the Manor of Leinthall Earles, co. Hereford ; elected 
M.P. for Walsall January 1906. 




Hall,-pHon^ Grace Daphne, 3rd dau. 
of Stuart, I St Baron Rendel of 
Hatchlands, co. Surrey, and 
of Chiteau de Thorenc, Cannes, 
France, by Ellen Sophy his wife, 
2nd dau. of William Egerton 
Hubbard of '' Leonardslea," 
Horsham, co. Sussex (brother 
of John Gellibrand, ist Baron 
Addington) ; bom at 45 Lancaster 
Gate, London, on Wednesday, 
21 October 1868; marr. at 
St Margaret's, Westminster, 24 
October 1899. 



Griselda Sylvia, bom at 23 
Prince's Gate, Kensington, 
London, on Saturday, 17 
November, bapt at All 
Saints', Ennismore Gardens, 
London, 18 December 1900. 



Monica Clarice, bom at 23 
Prince's Gate, Kensington, 
London, on Tuesday, 23 
December 1902, bapt at All 
Saints', Ennismore Gardens, 
London, 9 February 1903. 



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Philip Russell Rendel Dunne, 
born at 23 Prince's Grate, Ken- 
sington, London, on Sunday, 
28 February, bapt. at All 
Saints', Ennismore Gardens, 
London, 13 April 1904. 



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Mabel Frances, born at Four Ashes Hall, co. Stafford, on Saturday, 31 December 1864, 
bapt. at Enville, co. Stafford, 5 March 1865 ; marr. at St Mary's, Shrewsbury, co. Salop 
(by the Rev. William Henry Oswell, Vicar of St. Michael's, Handsworth, co. Stafford, brother 
of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. George le Strange Amphlett, brother of the bride, 
and the Rev. Newdigate Poyntz, the Vicar), on Tuesday, 19 November 1895, Arthur Edward 
LLoyd-Oswell of Coton Hill Cottage, Shrewsbury (2nd son of the Rev. Henry LLoyd-Oswell, 
Rector of Llandinabo, co. Hereford, by Catherine his wife, dau. of Charles Murray of Newgrove, 
Petworth, and of Tillington, both co. Sussex); born at Stoulton, co. Worcester, 17 May 
1850, and bapt there; educated at Shrewsbury School 



Frederick Herbert 
Wollaston Amphlett, 
bom at Four Ashes 
Hall on Wednesday, 
17 October, bapt. 
at Enville 2 Decem- 
ber 1866; died at 
KLalgoorlie, Western 
Australia, aged 30, 
on Monday, 18 Jan- 
uary, bur. there 19 
January 1897. 



Rev. George le Strange Amphlett, 
bom at Four Ashes Hall on 
Thursday, 3 September, bapt. at 
Enville 11 October 1868; 
educated at Wellington and at 
Magdalen College, Oxford, 
matriculated 22 October 1887, 
aged 19, B.A. (Honours : 3 Hist) 
1890, M.A. 1894 ; Rector of 
Earl's Croome and Hill Croome 
since 1905. 



-j-Blanche, eldest dau. of the Rev. 
Canon Henry William Coventry, 
Rector of Severn Stoke, co. Worcester, 
J. P. for CO. Worcester, by Leila 
Louisa his wife, 2nd dau. of 
Goodwin Charles Colquitt-Craven of 
Brockhampton Park, co. Gloucester; 
bom at the Rectory, Woolstone, 
CO. Gloucester, 21 July 1869, bapt 
at Woolstone (Registers destroyed 
by fire) ; marr. at Severn Stoke 
6 Januarys 1 904. 



Leila Blanche, bom at the Rectory, 
Earl's Croome, 19 October, bapt 
at Earl's Croome 19 November 1905. 



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POWIS. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Per pale azure and 
gules three lions rampant argent 

Crest — ^A wyvem vert gorged with a ducal coronet or and holding 
in the mouth a sinister hand couped at the wrist gules. 

Supporters. — Dexter: An elephant aigent; Sinister: A griffin 
wings elevated and addorsed argent goiged with a ducal 
coronet gules and charged with five mullets in saldre 
sable. 

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Edward Herbert, Earl of Powis, in the county of Montgomery,- 
Viscount Clive of Ludlow and Baron Herbert of Chirbury, both 
CO. Salop, and Baron Powis of Powis Castle, co. Montgomery, all 
in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, Baron Clive of Walcot, 
CO. Salop, in the Peerage of Great Britain, and Baron Clive of 
Plassey, co. Clare, in the Peerage of Ireland, K.G. (elder son 
of Edward, ist Earl of Powis, by Lady Henrietta Antonia his wife, 
4th dau. of Henry Arthur Herbert, Earl of Powis, and sister and 
heir of George Edward Henry Arthur, 2nd and last Earl of 
Powis); bom 22 March 1785; of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
M.A. 1806; by Royal Licence dated 9 March 1807, he took &e 
surname and arms of Herbert only in lieu of that of Clive, in 
accordance with the will of his maternal uncle ; M.P. for Ludlow 
in eleven successive Parliaments, 1806-39; a Member of the 
Roxburgh Club 1828, of which he became President in 1835; 
Lord-Lieutenant for co. Montgomery 1830, receiving the thanks 
of the Home Secretary in May 1839 for his activity in suppressing 
the Chartist riots; created LL.D. 1835, and D.C.L. Oxford 
20 June 1844; K.G. 12 December 1844; Colonel Commanding 
Montgomeryshire Militia 1846; succeeded his father as 2nd Earl 
16 May 1839; died at Powis Castle, in his 63rd year, on 
Monday, 17 January, bur. in a vault beneath the chancel of the 
parish church, Welshpool, co. Mon^;omery, 29 January 1848. 
Will dated 11 June 1846, with codicil dated 27 May 1847, proved 
(P.C.C. 337, 48) 4 AprU 1848, by Edward James, Eari of Powis, 
son, the sole Eior. 



-Lady Lucy, 3rd dau. of 
James, 3rd Duke oi Mont- 
rose, K.G., by Lady 
Caroline Maria his 2nd 
wife, eldest dau. of George, 
4th Duke of Manchester; 
bom at Buchanan, co. 
Stirling, 25 September 
1793; nuuT. by special 
licence at the chapel in 
Lambeth Palace 9 Feb- 
ruary 1818 ; died at 
Walcot, aged 82, on 
Thursdiay, 16 September, 
bur. at Welshpool 24 
September 1875. Wll 
dated 17 January 1870, 
with two codicils dated 
respectively 18 January 
1872 and 24 December 
1872, proved at Shrews- 
bury 28 October 1875, 
by Edward James, Earl of 
Powis, son, the sole Eior. 



Edward James Herbert, Earl of Powis ; bom 
at Pershore, co. Worcester, 5 November 
1818; educated at Eton and at St John's 
College, Cambridge, M.A. 1863, High 
Steward of Cambridge University 1863; 
created LL.D. Cambridge 4 July 1842, 
and D.CL. Oxford 24 June 1857 ; M.P. 
for North Salop January 1843 to January 
1848 ; Life Govemor of King's College, 
London ; Lieut-Colonel of the South 
Salopian Yeomanry Cavalry 1848; Lord- 
Lieutenant for CO. Montgomery 1877 ; 
succeeded his father as 3rd Earl 1 7 January 
1848; died unmarried at his residence, 
45 Berkeley Square, London, aged 72, at 
8.45 p.m. on Thursday, 7 May 1891, 
bur. at Welshpool. Will dated 10 
January 1890, with two codicils dated 
respectively 10 January 1890 and 15 April 
1891, proved (Prin. Reg., 1034, 91) 19 
October 1891, by the Hon"* Robert 
Charles Herbert of Orleton, co. Salop, 
and the Hon"* William Henry Herbert 
of Presfelde, Shrewsbury, co. Salop, a 
Major-General in H.M. Army, brothers, 
the Eiors. 



Lucy Caroline, bom 10 December 1819 ; marr. at 
Welshpool (by the Ven*^« Archdeaom Clive) on 
Thursday, 14 September 1865, Frederick Calvert 
(younger son of General Sir Harry Calvert, ist 
Baronet, G.C.B., G.C.H., by Caroline his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Hammersley of London [and 
brother of the Rt. Hon"* Sir Harry Vemey, 
2nd Baronet, P.C., J.P. and D.L.J); bom 
9 June 1806 ; educated at Harrow and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 18 November 
1823, aged 17, B.A. 1827, M.A. Merton Collie, 
Oxford, 183 1 ; a Student of Lincoln's Inn 28 
June 1827, went to the Inner Temple 8 January, 
called to the Bar there 28 January 1831, and of 
Lincoln's Inn (ad eundem) 9 May 1848; Q.C. 
23 February 1849, Bencher of the Inner Temple 
27 April 1849; J*^* ^^^ I^'L. for CO. Buckingham; 
M.P. for Aylesbury December 1850 to April 
18^1; Author of ''Law respecting Parties to 
Smts in Equity"; died on Saturday, 6 June 
1 89 1, bur. at Claydon. She died s.p. at 
38 Upper Grosvenor Street, London, aged 64, on 
Saturday, 3 May 1884, and was bur. at Claydon. 
Will dated 2 December 1882, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 466, 84) 17 June 1884, by Frederick 
Calvert, husband, of 38 Upper Grosvenor Street, 
CO. Middlesex, and Edward Young Western of 
35 Essex Street, Strand, co. Middlesex, the Eiors. 

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Charlotte Elizabeth, bom 

6 Febraary, bapt at Welsh- 
pool, CO. Montgomery, 

7 April i8ai ; marr. at St 
George's, Hanover Square, 
London, 20 October 1846, 
Hugh Montgomery of Grey 
Abbey, co. Down (only son 
of William Montgomery 
of Grey Abbey, by Lady 
Amelia Elizabeth his wife, 
2nd dau. of Thomas, 5th 
Earl of Macclesfield) ; bom 
at Florence, Italy, 26 June 
182 1, and bapt there; 
educated at Eton and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 3 June 1840, 
aged 18; J.P. and D.L. for 
CO. Down, High Sheriff 
1845 > ^^^ ^^ Scotney 
Castle, CO. Kent, aged 72, 
29 May, bur. at Cheriton, 
CO. Kent, 2 June 1894. 
Will, with two codicils, 
proved (Prin. Reg., Dublin, 
338, 94) 30 July 1894, by 
Major-General Hugh Parker 
Montgomery of Winchester, 
CO. Hants, and Francis 
Rawdon Moira Crozier of 
Carrickbrennan, co. Dublin, 
the Etors. She died at 
19 Lowndes Square, West- 
minster, on Tuesday, 15 
May 1906. S3 

{See Pedigree of Mont- 
gomery ^ " Visitation of 
Ireland^' Vol. 2, page 98.) 



Lieut.-General the Rt Hon^ Sir Percy Egerton- 
Herbert, P.C., K.CB. ; bom 15 April, bapt 
at Welshpool 11 June 1822; educated at 
Eton ; entered the Army as Comet 43rd (The 
Monmouthshire) Regiment of Foot 17 January 
1840, Lieutenant 7 September 1841, Captain 
19 June 1846, Major 27 May 1853, Lieut- 
Colonel 28 May 1853, Colonel 28 November 

1854, Major-General 28 January 1868, retired 
as Lieut-General ; served with the 43rd Light 
Infantry in the Kaffir War of 1851-53 (medal); 
in the expedition into the Orange River 
sovereignty, including the battle of Berea; 
served as A.Q.M.G. te the 2nd Division of the 
Eastem Army from its formation to November 

1855, and subsequently as Q.M.G. to the Army 
of the East until June 1856 ; was present at the 
battle of the Alma (wounded), affair of 26th 
October, battle of Inkerman, siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (wounded, medal with three clasps, 
C.B., Officer of the Legion of Honour, Com- 
mander 2nd-<:lass of the Order of St Maurice 
and St Lazarus, 3rd-class of the Medjidie and 
Turkish medal); served with the 82nd Regi- 
ment of Foot in Rdiilcund under Lord Qyde 
in 18^8, and was present in various affairs and 
skirmishes at Bareilly and Shahjehanpore ; 
commanded the districts at Cawnpore and 
Futtehpore until the Spring of 1859, and a 
force in pursuit of Ferozeshah and a rebel force 
to the banks of the Jumna (medal) ; M.P. for 
Ludlow 1854-60, and for co. Salop 1865-76; 
A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 1860-68; A.Q.M.G. 
Aldershot 1865-67, and Headquarters 1867-70; 
H.M. Treasurer of the Household 1867-68; 
Hon. Colonel Salop Rifle Volunteers 1870-76 ; 
died at his residence, Styche, Market Drayton, 
CO. Salop, in his 55th year, on Satimlay, 
7 October, bur. at Moretcxi Saye, co. Salop, 
13 October 1876. Will dated 13 January 1876, 
proved at Shrewsbury 3 November 1876, by 
the Lady Mary Caroline Louisa Herbert of 
Styche, co. Salop, relict, the sole Executrix. 



•Lad^ Mary Caroline 
Louisa, of Styche, 
Market Drayton, 
only child of William 
Thomas, Earl of 
Kerry (elder son 
of Henry, 3rd Mar- 
quess of LansdowneX 
by Lady Augusta 
Liavinia Priscilla his 
wife, 2nd dau.of John 
Wimam, 4th Earl of 
Bessborough, P.C. 
{see Pedigree of Bess- 
borough^ Vol, I2f 
page III); bom at 
Harley Street, Caven- 
dish Square, London, 
25 April 183s, and 
bapt at Lansdowne 
House, Berkeley 
Square, London ; 
marr. at Wimbledon, 
CO. Surrey (by the 
Rev. the Hon^^ 
Walter WTilliam Bni- 
bazon Ponaonby), on 
Thursday, 4 October 
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Henry Edward Herbert, bom at 38 Upper Grosvenor Street, London, on Friday, 28 June, bapt 
at Grosvenor Chapel, South Audley Street, London, 26 July 1861 ; died, aged 4 years, (xi Tuesday, 
8 August, bur. at Langford, co. Oxford, 11 August 1865. 



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Harriet Emily, bom 
at Powis Castle, 
CO. Montgomery, lo 
February, bapt at 
Welshpool, CO. Mont- 
gomery, 20 April, 
died at Meriden, 
CO. Warwick, aged 
II weeks i day, 
28 April, and bur. 
in the same vault as 
her father beneath 
the chancel in the 
parish church at 
Welshpool I May 
1S24. 



Very Rev. George Herbert," 
bom 25 November 1825, 
bapt. at Welshpool 12 Jan- 
uary 1826; educated at Eton 
and at St. John's Collie, 
Cambridge, M.A. 1848 ; 
Prebendary of Patson Minor 
in Hereford Cathedral, and 
Vicar of Clun, co. Salop, 
1855-67, Dean of Hereford 
from 1867, Master of 
St. Ethelberfs Hospital, 
Hereford, 1887; died on 
Thursday, 15 March 1894, 
bur. at Hereford Cathedral. 
Will dated 13 March 
1894, proved (Prin. Reg., 
557, 94) II April 1894, by 
the Hon"« William Henry 
Herbert, Major-General in 
H.M. Army, brother, and 
Anthony Henry Wingfield, 
the Ejtors. 



■Elizabeth Beatrice, 4th dau. of Sir Tatton 
Sykes of Sledmere, co. York, 4th Baronet, 
by Mary Anne his wife, 2nd dau. of 
Sir William Foulis, 7th Baronet; marr. 
by special licence at St George's, 
Hanover Square, London (by the Rev* 
Sir Henry Foulis, Baronet, Rector of 
Brickhill, CO. Buckingham, uncle of the 
bride), on Thursday, 15 October 1863; 
died at the Deanery, Hereford, on 
Wednesday, 4 July 1883, bur. at Here- 
ford Cathedral. Admon was granted 
at the Principal R^istry 10 September 
1883, to the Very Rev. the Hon"* George 
Herbert, Dean of Hereford. Further 
admon was granted at the Principal 
Registry 7 May 1894, to the Hon^ 
William Henry Herbert, Major-General 
in H.M. Army, and Anthony Henry 
Wingfield. 



George Charles Herbert, Earl of Powis; bom at 23- 
Bruton Street, London, on Tuesday, 24 June, bapt. at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 23 July 1862 ; 
educated at Eton and at St. John's College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1880, B.A. 1885, M.A. 
1905 ; Lord-Lieutenant for co. Salop from 1896, and 
County Alderman for that county; J.P., D.L. and County 
Councillor (Welshpool division) for co. Montgomery; 
Hon. Colonel 4th Battalion South Wales Borderers 
(Militia) 16 April 1898; succeeded his uncle, Edward 
James, Earl of Powis, as 4th Earl 7 May 1891 ; Patron 
of the livings of Clun with Chapel Lawn, Newcastle, 
Bishops Castle, Clunbury, Llanvair Waterdine, Trefonen, 
Mindtown with Norbury, Montford with Shrawardine, 
Oswestry, Bettws-y-Cruen, Hopesay and Lydbury North, 
all CO. Salop, of Pool Quay, Churchstoke, Llanwddyn, 
Montgomery, all co. Montgomery, and of Knighton, 
CO. Radnor. 



■Violet Ida Eveline, Baroness Darcy 
de Knayth, younger dau. of Sackville 
George, 12th Baron Conyers and 
iSth Baron Darcy de Knayth, by 
Mary his wife, eldest dau. of 
Reginald Curteis of Windmill Hill, 
CO. Sussex; bom at Wellesboume, 
CO. Warwick, on Thursday, i June, 
bapt. there 2 July 1865 ; succeeded 
her father as Baroness Darcy de 
Knayth 24 August 1888, and 
established her claim 29 September 
1903; marr. at St Geoige's, 
Hanover Square, London, on 
Thursday, 21 August 1890. 

{Ste Pedigree of Conyers^ Vol. 5, 
page 2.) 



Percy Robert Herbert, Viscount 
Clive; born at 45 Berkeley 
Square, London, on Friday, 
2 December 1892, bapt. at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, 14 January 1893. 



Hermione Gwladys, bom at 
45 Berkeley Square, London, 
on Monday, 17 September, 
bapt. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 25 October 
1900. 



Mervyn Horatio Herbert, 
born at 45 Berkeley Square, 
London, on Saturday, 7 May 
1904, bapt at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 
25 June 1906. 



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Robert Charles Herbert of Orleton, oo. Salop; 
bom in London 24 June 1S27 ; educated at 
Eton and at St. John's College, Cambridge, M.A. 
1849; a Student of Lincoln's Inn 2 June 1849, 
then aged 22, called to the Bar 30 Apnl 
1853; Chancellor of the Lichfield Diocese 
1875-99; J.P., D.L. and County Alderman for 
CO. Salop, High Sheriff 1878; formerly Major 
Shropshire Rifle Volunteers; died at Orleton, 
aged 75, on Friday, 31 October, bur. at Wrock- 
wardine, co. Salop, 5 November 1902. Will 
dated 29 December 1886, with two codicils dated 
respectively 15 October 1892 and 27 November 
1 90 1, proved (Prin. Reg., 185, 1903) 6 February 
1903, by the Hon^*« Anna Maria Herbert, relief 
and Edward William Herbert, C.B., Colonel in 
H.M. Army, son, two of the Etors. 



i*-7-Anna Maria, of Orleton, only child and heir 
of Edward Cludde of Orleton and of 
Wrockwardine, by Catherine Harriett his 
wife, only dau. of Lieut.-General Sir William 
Cockbum, Baronet ; bom at Wrockwardine 
9 September, bapt. there 12 September 
1830; marr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London (by the Rt. Rev. Geoige Augustus 
Selwyn, Bishop of New 2^1and), on Thurs- 
day, 22 June 1854; died suddenly at her 
residence, 2 Gloucester Place, London, in 
her 76th year, on Tuesday, 13 March, bur. 
at Wrockwardine 16 March 1906. Will 
dated i March 1904, proved in the 
Principal Registry 25 April 1906, by Edward 
William Herbert, son, the sole Etor. 



Mary Anne, bom at 38 Upper Grosvenor Street, London, on Tuesday, 
9 August 1864 ; marr. at St. Mark's, North Audley Street, London (by the 
Ven^* Archdeacon Bather, Canon of Hereford, assisted by the Rev. Edward 
Ffarrington Clayton, Rector of Ludlow, co. Salop, uncle of the bridegroom), 
on Tuesday, 25 October 1898, William Clive Hussey of 2 Hereford 
Gardens, Park Lane, London (2nd son of Edward Hussey of Scotney 
Castle, CO. Sussex, J.P. and D.L., by Henrietta Sarah his wife, eldest dau. 
of the Hon^*« Rob«t Henry Clive) ; bom at 53 Lower Grosvenor Street, 
London, on Saturday, 2 January 1858; entered the Army as Lieutenant 
Royal Engineers 19 June 1877, Captain i April 1888, Major 14 March 
1896 ; A.D.C. to Govemor and Commander-in-Chief, Bermuda, West Indies, 
24 May 1 88 1 to 22 March 1882, and A.D.C. to Lieut-General Grant, C.B., 
Inspector-General of Fortifications and of Royal Engineers, War Office, 
20 April 189Z ; retired 21 July 1897 ; served with Bechuanaland Expedition 
under Sir Charles Warren in 1884-85. =f 

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Winifred Lucy 
Elizabeth, bom 
at the Deanery, 
Hereford, on 
Friday, 2 Au- 
gust 1872. 



Magdalen Lucy, 
bom at 22 Upper 
Grosvenor Street, 
London, on Tues- 
day, 26 July, bapt. 
at Kew, CO. Surrey, 
24 August 1864; 
received patent 
of precedence as 
daughter of an 
Earl 17 October 
1891. 



Margaret Augusta, bom at 43 Charles Street, Berkeley Square, London, 
on Sunday, 6 December 1868, bapt at St Thomas', Regent Street, 
London, 6 January 1869; received patent of precedence as daughter of 
an Earl 17 October 1891; marr. at Moreton Sa^, co. Salop (by the 
Rev. Charles Gore, Canon of Westminster, assisted by the Ven**« 
Archdeacon Furse), on Tuesday, 16 February 1897, Thomas Richard 
Cholmondeley of Pant-y-Ochin, Gresford, co. Denbigh (eldest son of the 
Rev. Richard Hugh Cholmondeley, formerly of Condover Hall, co. Salop, 
and Rector of Hodnet, co. Salop, Rural Dean, by Emily his wife, eldest 
dau. of Henry Ralph Beaumont of Newby Park, co. York) ; bom at the 
Rectory, Hodnet, on Wednesday, 21 May, bapt. at Hodnet 23 May 1856; 
educated at Wellington and at Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1875, B.A. 1878; Diploma of Royal Agricultural 
Collie, Cirencester, 1883 ; appointed 2nd Lieutenant Shropshire 
Yeomanry Cavalry 1878, Captain 1889, retired with rank of Hon. Major 
1897. J 

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Hamet Jane, bom 28 December 1831, bapt. at Welshpool, co. Montgomery, 9 Febniaxy 183a ; 
died unmarried at 45 Berkeley Square, London, aged 47, on Monday, ai June, bur. at 
Welshpool 29 June 1880. Will dated 15 May 1880, proved (Prin. Reg., 589, 80) a6 July 
1880, by Edward James, Earl of Powis, brother, the sole Eior. 



CO. Salop, C.B.; born at 38 Upper Grosvenor 
Street, London, on Thursday, 22 March, 
bapt. at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, 12 May 1855; educated at Eton; 
entered the Army as Lieutenant 6oth Regi- 
ment of Foot (King's Royal Rifle Corps) 

2 December 1874, Captain 19 August 1883, 
Brevet Major 21 May 1884, Adjutant of 
Volunteers 3 October 1887 to 2 January 
1893, Major icing's Royal Rifle Corps 15 
October 1890, Lieut-Colonel 15 October 
1898, Brevet Colonel 15 October 1902; 
on special service in South Africa 31 
May to 7 November 1879; A.D.C. to 
Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Fiji 
Islands (George William Des Vaux, C.M.G.) 
18 September 1880 to 14 May 1883; 
Assistant Military Secretary to Governor and 
Commander-in-Chief of Gibraltar (General 
Sir Robert Biddulph, G.C.M.G., C.B.) 

3 June to 30 September 1895 l served in 
latter part of Zulu War 1879, with the 3rd 
Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps (medal 
with clasp); in Soudan Expedition 1884, 
with the 3rd Battalion King's Royal Rifle 
Corps, and was present at the engagements 
of El Teb and Temai (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Major, medal with 
clasp, and Khedive's star); served in South 
African War 1 901-1902, at operations in 
Orange River Colony January to 31 May 
1902 (mentioned in despatches, '* London 
Gazette," 29 July 1902, Queen's medal with 
two clasps, C.B. 22 August 1902); now 
commanding Rifle Depdt at Winchester; 
J.P. for CO. Salop. 



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Colonel Edward William Herbert of Orleton,*^Beatrice Anne, 

elder dau. of 
Sir Hedworth 
Williamson of 
Whitburn Hall, 
CO. Durham, 8th 
Baronet, M.P., 
J.P. and D.L., 
by Lady Eliza- 
beth his wife, 4th 
dau. of Henry 
Thomas, ist 
Earl of Ravens- 
worth, M.P. ; 
bom at Hamil- 
ton Lodge, Ken- 
sington Gore, 
London, on 
Saturday, 23 
April 1864; 
marr. at Whit- 
bum (by the 
Rev. the Hon"« 
Robert Lidoch, 
assisted by the 
Rev. George 
Frederic Price, 
the Rector) on 
Wednesday, 12 
January 1887. 



Colonel Graham Cludde 
Herbert, F.R.G.S.; bom at 
38 Upper Grosvenor Street, 
London, on Wednesday, 19 
November, bapt. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 27 
December 1856 ; entered the 
Army as Sub-Lieutenant 96th 
Regiment of Foot 1 1 February 
i^75i transferred to 7th Regi- 
ment of Foot 29 January 1876, 
Lieutenant 11 February 1876, 
Captain 24 September 1884, 
Adjutant 28 February 1885 to 
27 February 1890, Adjutant 
2nd Volunteer Battalion North 
Staflbrdshire Regiment 15 
March 1892 to 14 March 
1897 ; Lieut-Colonel (Brevet 
Colonel 3 September 1905) 
Commanding 2nd Battalion 
The Royal Fusiliers (City of 
London R^ment) since 
3 September 1902 ; served 
in Afghan War i879h-8o, and 
took part in the defence of 
Kandahar, including the sortie 
of Deh Khoiah (medal). 



Dorothy Marguerite Elizabeth, born at Belgrave 
Mansions, Grosvenor Gardens, London, on 
Sunday, 4 March, bapt. at St. Paul's, Kn^hts- 
bridge, London, 11 April 1888. 



Phyllis Hedworth Camilla, born at 32 Lower 
Belgrave Street, London, on Wednesday, 
19 December 1894. 



Edward Robert Henry Herbert, bom at Belgrave 
Mansions, Grosvenor Gardens, London, on 
Sunday, 19 May 1889; educated at Eton. 



Christian Victor Charles Herbert, bom at 
32 Lower Belgrave Street, London, on 
Saturday, 28 May, bapt at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, 30 June 1904. 



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Major-General William Henry Herbert of Winsley Hall,-f-Sybella Augusta, elder dau. of 

Mark William Vane Milbank 
of Thorp Perrow, co. York, 
J.P. and D.L. (elder brother 
of Sir Frederick Acclom Mil- 
bank, Baronet), by Barbarina 
Sophia his wife, 3rd dau. of 
Sir Thomas Harvie Farquhar, 
2nd Baronet ; bom at Thorp 
Perrow 4 May 1847, and bapt 
privately the same day (bap- 
tism registered at Well, North 
Riding, co. York) ; marr. 
there (bv the Very Rev. 
the Hon"« George Herbert, 
Dean of Hereford, assisted 
by the Rt. Rev. Robert 
Bickersteth, 'Bishop of Ripon) 
on Thursday, 30 November 
1871. 



Shrewsbury, co. Salop; bom at Welshpool, co. Montgomery, 

8 February, bapt there 16 April 1834; educated at Eton; 
entered the Araiy as Ensign 43rd Light Infantry 11 June 1852, 
Lieutenant 25 August 1854, Captain 16 November 1855, Major 

9 March 1867, Lieut.-Colonel 25 April 1868, Colonel 9 May 
1874, Major-General 3 April 1885, formerly Colonel 4th West 
Indian Regiment; A.A.G. Birmingham Northern District 
1871-73, A.A.G. and A.Q.M.G. Eastern District 1873-75, 
commanding Northampton Brigade Dep6t 1877-80, com- 
manding 49th Regimental District at Readmg 1882-85; retired 
12 February 1890; served with the 46th Regiment of Foot 
in the Crimea from 31 July 1855, including the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol (medal with clasp and Turkish medal); 
J.P. for the counties of Salop and Northampton; Mayor of 
Shrewsbury 1889. 



Henry James Herbert, born 10 March, bapt. 
at St. Thomas', Orchard Street, Portman 
Square, London, 4 April 1882. 



Lucy Edith, bom 30 October, bapt. at All 
Saints', Reading, co. Berks, 30 November 
1883. 



Percy Mark Herbert, bom 24 April, bapt at 
St. Giles', Shrewsbury, 30 May 1885 ; educated 
at Rugby and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated 1904. 



Alice Harriet, bom 10 August, bapt. at St. 
Giles', Shrewsbury, 9 September 1887. 



Florentia Caroline, 
bom at Wrockwar- 
dine Hall, co. 
Salop, on Monday, 
4 January, bapt. 
at Wrockwardine 
3 February 1858. 



Beatrice Mary, bom at Wrockwardine Hall on Wednesday, 17 September, 
bapt at Wrockwardine 21 October 1862; marr. there (by the Rev. 
Augustus Pemberton Salusbury, the Vicar) on Wednesday, 11 July 1883, 
George Henry Vaughan Jenkins of Herbert Park, Armidale, New South 
Wales (eldest son of Richard Lewis Jenkins of Nepean Towers, Sydney, 
New South Wales, by Mary Rae his wife, dau. of Edward Johnstone, 
Major 50th Regiment of Foot); bom 24 November 1852; J.P. 
of New South Wales and Queensland; Member of General Synod of 
Australia 1905. =^ 



Annie Katharine Louisa, 
bom at Orleton, co. 
Salop, on Tuesday, 4 
October, bapt. at Wrock- 
wardine 6 November 
1864. 



Arthur Frederick Herbert of 22 Portman Street, London, 
F.R.G.S. ; bom at Orleton on Monday, 10 Decefkiber 1866, 
bapt at Wrockwardine 8 January 1867 ; King's Foreign Service 
Messenger (appointed 29 August 1899); 2nd Lieutenant Hon*^« 
Artillery Company 19 Febmary 1902, Lieutenant 10 September 
1904; served in South African War 1 900-1 901, with Hon**^ 
Artillery Company (medal with three clasps). 



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FaC'Simile of a Portrait of Thomas Crisp of Rendlesham, 
CO. Suffolk (son of Samuel Crisp of Chillesford, co. Suffolk^ 
by Sarah his wife, daughter of Nathaniel Yorke of 
Grundisburgh, co. Suffolk); died, aged 86, 27 January, 
buried at Chillesford i February 1823 ; in the possession 
of Frederick Arthur Crisp of '' Broculhurst,'' Godalming, 
CO. Surrey, his great-grandson. 



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Crtsip of Clie JiaU, ^la^fotli. 
(0. J^uffbll 



Arms on record in the CoUege of Arms,— 
Per pale aieent and or on a chevron invected 
plain cotised sable five horse-shoes of the second. 

Crest. — Upon a rock proper a cameleopard 
statant sable sem^e of annulets goreed with 
a collar with chain reflexed over the back and 
holding in the month a horse-shoe all or. 

Motto, — ^Dam tempos ' habemus operemar 
bonam. 



Thomas Cfisp of Rendlesham,.^iAnna9 
CO. Suffolk, formerly of Melton, ~ 
in the same county (3rd son of 
Samuel Crisp of Stemfield, 
CO. Suffolk, afterwards of 
Chillesford, in the same county, 
by Sarah his wife, dau. of 
Nathaniel Yorke of Grundis- 
burgh, CO. Suffolk); died, 
aged 86, 27 January, bur. at 
Chillesford i February 1823. 
M.I. Will dated 27 October 
1817, proved 18 June 1823 
(Arch : of Suffolk). Memorial 



Ring inscribed: 



THO* 



CRISP OBT. 27™ JAN"^ 1823, 

X.T, 86," in the possession of 
his great-grandson^ Frederick 
Arthir Crisp, Portrait at 
'' Broadhurst,"* Godalming. 



dau. of John 
Edwards of Dennington 
Hall, CO. Suffolk, by 
Anna his wife, dau. df 
John Grinling of Lax- 
field, CO. Suffolk (see 
''Notes*' to ''Visitation 
of England and Waks^' 
Vol. J, page 87) ; bom 
I August, bapt. at 
Dennington 28 August 
1744; marr. there by 
licence 27 January 
1779; <Ued, aged 66^ 
bur. at Chillesford 24 
January 181 1. M.I. 
Silhouette at "Broad- 
hurst^* Godalming. 



Edwards Crisp of Rendlesham, co. Suffolk,-^Mary, 
and afterwards of Gedgrave Hall, near 
Orford, in the same county; bom on 
Friday, 9 February, bapt at Melton 19 
February 1781 ; died at Gedgrave Hall, 
aged 49> ^5 Febmary, bur. at Chillesford 
4 March 1829. M.I. 




dau. of John Mayhew of Orford, appointed 
Lieutenant Suffolk Fendble Infantry 5 August 1795, 
by Sarah his wife, dau. of Daniel Lincoln of Wickham 
Skeith, CO. Suffolk; bom at Orford 17 November 1784, 
bapt at Wickham Skeith 24 July 1787; marr. there 
by licence on Monday, 2 December 1805 (mtarriage 
licence at Ipswich dated 7 November 1805) ; died at 
Rose Hill, Orford, in her 92nd year, on Tuesday, 
16 May, bur. at Chillesford 22 May 1876. M.I. 
Will dated 12 March 1869, proved (Prin. Reg., 
556, 76) 13 July 1876, by Robert Crisp of Orford, 
CO. Suffolk, son, one of die E&ors. 



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Edwards Crisp of Walworth, co. Surrey, of 
Westminster, and afterwards of Chelsea, co. Middlesex; bom 
10 December, bapt at Rendlesham 16 December 1806 (Peter Isaac, 
ist Baron Rendlesham, stood sponsor), received into the church at 
Rendlesham 19 April 1807 ; M.D. St Andrew's 1848, M.R.C.S. Eng. 
1829, L.S.A. 1828 (St Thomas' and Paris), Member Patholojgical 
Society, Fellow Medical Society, London, sometime Physician 
Metropolitan Dispensary, Fore Street, London ; Author of various 
medical works, Editor of London Medical Examiner ; died suddenly 
at 16 Beaufort Street, Chelsea, aged 76, on Wednesday, 15 November, 
bur. in Brompton Cemetery, London, 21 November 1882. M.I. 
Will dated 8 October 1866, proved in the Principal Registry 
2 Febmary 1883, ^7 Robert Crisp, one of the surviving Eftors. 



Parliament Street,^Harriet, dau. of William 



£^^ti^iJV fn^/^ 



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Copping of Framlingham, co. 
Suffolk; marr. at Gla^ow 
3 March 1857 ; died at Putney, 
CO. Surrey, in her 76th year, 
on Sunday, 19 August, bur. in 
Brompton Cemetery, London, 
on Thursday, 23 August 1906. 
M.I. WiU dated 24 April 
1905, proved in the Principal 
Registry 14 September 1906, 
by Frederick Arthur Crisp and 
Christopher William Adamson 
of the Stock Exchange, the 
Eftors. 



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Thomas Crisp of Chillesford, 
CO. Suffolk ; bom at Melton, co. 
Suffolk, at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, 
31 July 1783, bapt at Rendle- 
sham, CO. Suffolk, i October 
1783; marr. by licence at 
Chillesford 22 October 1821, 
Sarah Lockwood of Stowmarket, 
CO. Suffolk (manriage licence 
at Ipswich, dated 19 October 
1 82 1); died at Combs, co. 
Suffolk, and bur. there. He 
died s.p. at Chillesford, aged 
79, 22 March, and was bur. 
there 29 March 1862. M.I. 



Anna, bom on Thursday, 9 April, bapt privately the same 
day, and received into the church at Rendlesham 2 July 
1784; marr. by* licence at Rendlesham on Tuesday, 
25 September z8oi, John Edwards of Capel St Andrew, 
CO. Suffolk; bom 29 June 1785; died s.p., aged 39, 
17 January, bur. at Dennington, co. Suffolk, 22 January 
1825. She marr. 2ndly at Earl Stonham, co. Suffoll^ 
29 September 1826, Scapy Tydeman of Earl Stonham (son 
of James Tydeman of Earl Stonham, by Mary his wife) ; 
bapt at Earl Stonham 23 December 1776; died s.p. at 
Ipswich, aged 67, 12 June, bur. at Earl Stonham 19 June 
1844. ^^ dated 28 May 1844, with codicil dated 4 June 
1844, proved 18 July 1845 (Arch: of Suffolk). She died 
at Gedgrave, near Orford, co. Suffolk, aged 79, 2 May, and 
was bur. at Chillesford 8 May 1862. M.I. 



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Mary, bom at 
Rendlesham 7 April, 
bapt there 8 April 
18 10; died at Rose 
Hill, Orford, in her 
82nd year, at 8.30 
a.m. on Monday, 
8 February, bur. at 
Orford on Friday, 
12 February 1892. 
Will dated 28 April 
1887, proved at 
Ipswich 25 March 
i892,byRobert Crisp, 
brother, one of the 
ESors, Eliza Crisp, 
spinster, the sister, 
having renounced. 
Portrait in Ms 
at '' Broadhurst;' 
Godalming^ co, Sur- 
rey^ in the possession 
of Frederick Arthur 
Crispy her nephew. 



Thomas Crisp of Chilli 
ford, and afterwards of 
Butley Abbey, both co. 
Suffolk; bom at Rendle- 
sham 29 April, bapt there 
privately 20 May, and 
received into the church 
at Rendlesham 20 July 
1808; died s.p. while 
bunting at Hacheston, 
CO. Suffolk, aged 60, on 
Friday, 22 January, bur. 
at Butley 29 January 
1869. Will dated 28 
December 1852, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 159, 69) 13 
March 1869, by Robert 
Crisp of Gedgrave, co. 
Suffolk, and Arthur 
William Crisp of Ged- 
grave, brothers, the E&ors. 



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Eliza, dau. of Henry Edwards of Woodbridge, 
CO. Suffolk, by Mary Ann his wife, dau. of 
Samuel Higham of Cookham, co. Suffolk; 
bom at Woodbridge 4 November, bapt there 
10 November 181 3; marr. at Cortessey, co. 
Norfolk, 29 December 1852. She marr. 
istly at Woodbridge 4 April 1837, Thomas 
Naunton Catlin of Chillesford ^oniy son of 
Thomas Catlin of Butley Abbey, oy Elizabeth 
Threadkell his wife, of Charsfield, co. 
Suffolk); bom 27 March, bapt at Butley 
^ AprU 181 2; died at Chillesford, leaving 
issue, aged 29, 15 September, bur. at Butley 
21 September 1841. Silhouette in the 
possession of his grand-daughter^ Georgina 
Julia Robinson. Admon was granted by the 
Archdeaconry Court of Suffolk 2 March 1842, 
to Eliza Catlin, the lawful widow and relict 
Sureties : Henry Edwards and Robert Cana, 
both of Woodbridge. {See Pedigree of 
Catlin, Vol 6, page 33). She died at "The 
Lawn," Melton, co. Suffolk, on Saturday, 
9 July, and was bur. at Budey 14 July 1892. 
Will dated 9 November 1891, proved at 
Ipswich 13 August 1892, by Henry Charles 
Edwards and Samuel Stagoll Higham. 

{See Pedigree of Edwards, Vol. 7, 
page 2S8.) 



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Anna Sophia, bom at Rendlesham, co. Suffolk, 9 May 1813, and bapt 
privately the next day (by the Rev. John Hindes Groome, Curate); 
marr. at Orford, co. Suffolk, 12 November 1840, Frederick Stanford 

of Houbridge Hall, 
Great Oakley, co. 
Essex (5th son of 
John Stanford of Ash- 
bocking, co. Suffolk, 
by Mary Edwards his 
wife, of Ashbocking) ; 
bom 26 January 1805, 
bapt at Ashbocking 7 February 1808 ; died at Houbridge Hall, Great 
Oakley, aged 73, on Monday, 23 May, bur. at Great Oakley 30 May 
1881. M.I. Silhauetie in the possession of John Edwards Stanford^ 
a facsimile of which is given in Vol. j?, facing page go. Will dated 
16 September 1878, proved (Prin. Reg., 562, 81) 25 July 1881, by 
Stanley Frederick Stanford of Tendring, co. Essex, Charles Matuice 
Stanford of Great Oakley, and John Edwards Stanford of 13 Chad well 
Street, co. Middlesex, sons, three of the Eiors. She died at Houbridge 
Hall, Great Oakley, in her 80th year, at 4,30 p.m. on Friday, 24 
February, and was bur. at Great Oakley on Wednesday, i March 
1893. Admon was granted at the Principal Registry 19 April 1893, to 
John Edwards Stanford and Arthur Henry Stanford, sons. 



{See Pedigree of Stanford^ Vol. j?, page 94.) 



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Robert Crisp of 
Lebton, and after- 
wards of Orford, 
both CO. Suffolk; 
bom 27 March, 
bapt at Rendle- 
sham (by the 
Rev. John Hindes 
Groome, Curate) 
10 April 1815 ; 
died at Daphne 
House, OHbrd, 
aged 85, on Satur- 
day, 31 March, 
bur. at Orford 
5 April 1900. 
WiU dated 26 
December 18^9, 
proved at Ipswich 
8 May 1900, 
by John WilUam 
Rouse, Walter 
Henry Rope, nep- 
hew, and Arthur 
John Rouse, the 
Eftors. 



Edmund Crisp, bom 
14 May, bapt at 
Rendlesham (by the 
Rev.Cuthbert Henley, 
the Rector) 7 August 
181 7 ; accidentally 
drowned by the 
swamping of a canoe 
on the river Murrum- 
bidgee, Australia, 
27 August 1846, 
Memorial Ring in- 
scribed : ** EDMUND 
CRISP OB**" 27 AUG^ 

i846,"iVf Ihe possession 
of Frederick Arthur 
Crisps his nephew. 




Emma Elizabeth, bom at Rendlesham 26 October 181 9, bapt. there 

(by the Rev. Cuthbert Henley, the Rector) 18 July 1820; marr. at 

Orford 22 May 1851, Edward Rope 

of Orford (5th son of Richard Rope 

of Cransfoid Hall, co. Suffolk, and 

afterwards of Ubbeston Hall, in the 

same county, by Hannah his wife, 

dau. of Samuel Button of Bnmdish, 

CO. Suffolk) ; bom at Cransford 

3 February, bapt there 12 March 

1816; Mayor of Orford 1882, Chamberlain of Orford 1881-86; died 

at Orford, in his 83rd year, on Tuesday, 27 September, bur. in the 

churchyard at Orford on Friday, 30 September 1898. Will dated 

9 May 1895, proved at Ipswich 29 November 1898, by Mary Emma 

Rope, spinster, the daughter, Walter Henry Rope and Charles Rope, 

three of the E*ors. She died at Orford, in her 76th year, on 

Tuesday, 26 March, and was bur. there on Friday, 29 March 1895. 

Admon was granted at Ipswich 6 June 1895, to Edward Rope. 

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Frederick Augustus Crisp of The Hal],-pSarah, dau. of John Steedman of Walworth, by Leah 



Playfoid, CO. Suffolk, formerly of Wal- 
worth, CO. Surrey ; bom at Rendlesham, 
CO. Suffolk, on Monday, 2 July 182 1, 
bapt. there (by the Rev. Cuthbert 
Henley, the Rector) 30 August 1822; 
Membfer of the Royal College of 
Surgeons 5 October 1844, Licentiate of 
the Society of Apothecaries 15 January 
1846 ; died at The Hall, Playford, in his 
63rd year, on Wednesday, 6 February, 
bur. at Playford 11 February 1884. 
M.I. Will dated 16 April 1878, proved 
in the Principal R^;istiy 4 April 1884, 
by Frederick Arthur Cnsp and William 
Henry Crisp, sons, the £&ors. 



his wife, dau. of Richard and Martha Badcock of 
High Wycombe, ca Buckingham ; bom at Walworth 

24 April, bapt at St Mary, Newington, ca Surrey, 
22 May 1822; marr. at St Peter's, Walworth (by 
the Rev. Francis Freen^an Statham), on Wednesday, 
30 May 1849 (marriage licence, Archbishop of 
Canterbury, 25 May 1849) ; died at The Hall, 
Playford, aged 59, on Monday, 15 August, bur. 
at Playford 22 August 1881. M.L Will dated 
I September 1877, proved in the Principal R^;istry 

25 October 1881, by Frederick Arthur Crisp and 
William Henry Crisp, sons, the Eiors. 

{See Pedigree of Steedman, Vol. 11, page 8q,) 



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Frederick Arthur Crisp o^-^-Gertrude, dau^ of John South of Ramsey, co. Essex, and 
''Broadhurst," Godalming, CO. 
Surrey, and of Little Wenham 
Hall, ca Suffolk; bom at 
2 Charlotte Row, Walworth 



Road, on Friday, 27 June, 
bapt at St Mary, Newington, 
29 October 185 1; confirmed 
there (by the Rt Rev. John 
Jackson, Bishop of London) 
9 July 1869 ; Citizen of Lon- 
don, admitted to Freedom 19 
July 1872; Member of the 
Worshipful Company of Car- 
penters, admitted to Freedom 
2 July and to livery 6 August 
1872, Master 1 904-1905. Oil 
painting by JV. R. Symonds at 
'' Broadhurst,'' Godalming. 



afterwards of Stutton, co. Suffolk, by Sarah his wife, 2nd dau. 
of Edward and Sarah Coo(>er of Great Oakley, co. Essex; 
bom at Foulton Hall, Ramsey, 9 April, bapt. at Ramsey (by 
the Rev. Patrick Fenn, Rectcw: of Wrabness, co. Essex), 9 May 
i860; confirmed at Holbrook, co. Suffolk (by the Rt Rev. 
John Thomas Pelham, Bishop of Norwich); marr. by licence 
at Stutton (by the Rev. Anthony Cox Feim, Curate of Great 
Oakley) on Thursday (Trafalgar Day), 21 October 1880 
(marriage licence. Archbishop of Cajiterbury) ; marriage 
settlements dated 14 October 1880. Trustees: John South 
of Stutton, near Ipswich, and William Heruy Crisp of 
Walworth, co. Surrey. John South died at Stutton 30 October 
1892, and on 12 December 1893, his son, John Arthur South, 
was appointed in his place. William Henry Crisp died at 
Great Bealings, ca Suffolk, i June 1902, and on 15 June 1903, 
Cooper South was appointed in his place. Oil painting 6y 
W. R, Symonds at '' Broadhurst,'' Godalming. 

{See Pedigree of South, Vol. 11, page 18.) 



Dorothy, bom at Inglewood 
House, Grove Park, Denmark 
Hill, at 6.40 a.m. on Tuesday, 
19 July, bapt at Stutton, by 
the Rev. the Hon"* Walter 
William Brabazon Ponsonby, 
the Rector [afterwards 7th Earl 
of Bessborough], 11 September 
1881 ; confirmed at St Giles', 
Camberwell, co. Surrey (by the 
Rt Rev. Huyshe Wolcott 
Yeatman, Suffragan Bishop of 
Southwark), on the aftemoon 
of Sunday, 13 March 1898. 



Margaret, bom at Inglewood 
House, Grove Park, Deimiark 
Hill, at 1.20 a.m. on Thurs- 
day, 17 May, bapt at Stutton 
(by the Rev. the Hon"* 
Walter William Brabazon 
Ponsonby, the Rector) 19 
August 1883; confirmed at 
St Saviour's, Denmark 
Park, Camberwell (by the 
Rt Rev. Huyshe Wolcott 
Yeatman, Suffragan Bishop of 
Southwark), on the aftemoon 
of Sunday, 19 May 1901. 

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Ursula, bom at Inglewood 
House, Grove Park, Denmark 
Hill, about 6 p.m. on Wednes- 
day, 3 December 1884, bapt 
at Stutton (by the Rev. the 
Hon"* Walter William Brabazon 
Ponsonby, the Rector) 5 April 
1885 ; confirmed at St 
Saviour's, Denmark Park, 
Camberwell (by the Rt Rev. 
Huyshe Wolcott Yeatman, 
Suffragan Bishop of Southwaric), 
on the aftemoon of Sunday, 
19 May 1901. 



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Arthur William Crisp of Orford, formerly off Rose Elizabeth, eldest dau. of John Peyto 



Chillesford, both co. Suffolk ; bom at 
Rendlesham, co. Suffolk, 2 May 1823, bapt 
there 25 May 1824 (by the Rev. Cuthbert 
Henley, the Rector^; died at Norwich on 
Monday, 26 April, bur. at Orford on Friday, 
30 April 1897. Will dated 21 May 1895, 
proved at Ipswich 12 July 1897, by Charles 
Maurice Stanford, nephew, one of the Eiors. 




Budd of Stutton, then of Hachiston and 
afterwards of Wickham Market, all co. 
Suffolk, by Elizabeth his wife, 5th dau. of 
John Stanford of Ashbocldng Hall, co. Suffolk 
{see Pedigree of Stanford^ Vol. p, page gs) i 
bom at Stutton 25 September, bapt there 
22 October 1839; marr. at Bradfield, co. 
Essex, 9 October 1878. 

{See Pedigree of Buddy Vol. lO^ page i6p.) 



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Thomas Arthur Frederick Crisp, bom 
at Orford 5 August, bapt. at Pfayford, 
CO. Suffolk, II October 1880. 



Rosa, of The William Henry Crisp of "The Cedars,"- 

Hall, Playford; Great Bealings, co. Suffolk; bom at 
bom at 22 Charlotte Row, Walworth Road, on 

Charlotte Row, Friday, 2 March, bapt. at St Mary, 

WalworthRoad, Newington, 13 April 1855; died at 

CO. Surrey, on "The Cedars," Great Bealings, aged 

Monday, 27 Sep- 47, on Sunday, i June, bur. at Playford, 

tember, bapt. on Thursday, 5 June' 1902. Will dated 

at St Mary, 18 May 1883, proved (Prin. Reg., 78, 

Newington, co. 1902) 18 July 1902, by Frederick 

Surrey, 17 No- Arthur Crisp, one of the Eiors. 
vember 1852. 



'Charlotte Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of 
William Burchall Peren of Compton 
Durville, co. Somerset, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of John Francis Louch 
of Stonchester, ca Somerset ; bom at 
South Petherton, co. Somerset, 28 
October 1859, bapt there {no record in 
Register); marr. at South Petherton 
on Friday, 8 December 1882. 

{See Pedigree of Peren, Vol. p, 
page isi.) 



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Harold Godfrey Cnsp, 
bom at "The Cedars," 
Great Bealings, on 
Monday, 11 May, bapt 
at Great Bealings 17 
October 1885. 



Muriel, bom at " The 
Cedars," Great Beal- 
ings, on Wednesday, 
2 April, bapt at Great 
Bealings 24 July 1890. 



Reginald Crisp, bom 
at "The Cedars," 
Great Bealings, on 
Friday, 15 April, bapt 
at Great Bealings 28 
May 1892. 



Edna Irene May, bom 
at "The Cedars," 
Great Bealings, on 
Thursday, 2 April, 
bapt at Great Bealings 
26 July 1896. 



Katharine, bom at Inglewood 
House, Grove Park, Denmark Hill, 
CO. Surrey, at 3.10 p.m. on Tues- 
day, 29 March, bapt at Stutton, 
CO. Suffolk (by the Rev. the 
Hon"« Walter William Brabazon 
Ponsonby, the Rector^ 3 June 
1887 ; confirmed at St Stephen's, 
Dulwich, CO. Surrey (by the 
Rt Rev. Edward Stuart Talbot, 
Bishop of Rochester), on the after- 
noon of Monday, 30 March 1903. 



Cecily, bom at Inglewood House, 
Grove Park, Denmark Hill, about 
3 p.m. on Friday, 23 November 
1888, bapt at Playford (by 
the Rev. John Major Freeman, 
the Rector) 31 August 1889; 
confirmed at St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, London (by the 
Rt. Rev. Frederick Edward 
Ridgeway, Bishop of Kensington), 
on the aftemoon of Friday, 
30 June 1905. 



Barbara, bom at Ingle- 
wood House, Grove 
Park, Denmark Hill, at 
8.12 a.m. on Tuesday, 
28 June, bapt at 
Stutton (by the Rev. 
the HonW« Walter 
William Brabazon Pon- 
sonby, the Rector), 
22 September 1892. 



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Henry Crisp, bom at Rendlesham, co. Suffolk, i July 
1825, bapt there (by the Rev. Cuthbert Henley, 
the Rector) 30 March 1826; B.A.; Assistant-Surgeon 
3 J November 1848, Surgeon 22 June 1855, Surgeon- 
Major I October 1868, retired 25 November 1868 ; 
served with the 63rd R^ment of Foot in the Crimean 
Campaign from 15 April 1855, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol, bombardment and capture 
of Kinboum (medal with clasp and Turkish medal); 
died unmarried, aged 50, 3 October, bur. in the 
Eastern Catacomb Compartment at Nunhead Ceme- 
tery, CO. Surrey, 19 October 1875. ^^ dated 18 
January 1869, with two codicils dated respectively 
22 February 1869 and 2 July 1875, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 837, 76) 23 November 1876, by Frederick 
Augustus Crisp of 338 Walworth Road, co. Surrey, 
Surgeon, brother, the surviving £&or. 



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Ehza, bom at Rendlesham 24 August 
1827, bapt. at Chillesford, co. Suffolk, 
17 November 1834; died at her 
residence, Rose Hill, Orford, co. 
Suffolk, on Monday, 16 October, 
bur. at Orford on Friday, 20 
October 1905. M.L Will dated 
II • June 1900, proved in the 
Principal Registry 22 November 
1905, by Walter Henry Rope and 
Charles Rope, nephews, the Exors. 



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George Edwin Crisp of The 
Hall, Playford, co. Suffolk; 
bom at 2 Charlotte Row, 
Walworth Road, co. Surrey, 
on Tuesday, 16 June, bapt 
at St. Mary, Newington, 
CO. Surrey, 15 July 1857; 
Member of the Worshipftil 
Company of Carpenters, 
admitted to Freedom 6 Au- 
gust and to Livery i October 
1878; died at The Hall, 
Playford, in his 48th year, 
on Wednesday, 29 March, 
bur. at Playford on Monday, 
3 April 1905. M.I. Will 
dated 22 February 1902, 
proved in the Principal 
R^stry 30 May 1905, by 
Fr^erick Arthur Crisp, 
brother, the £5cor. 



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Emma, of The Hall, 
Playford ; bom at 
2 Charlotte Row, 
Walworth Road, on 
Saturday, 16 July, 
bapt. at St Mary, 
Newington, 17 Au- 
gust 1859. 



Marian, bom at 2 Charlotte Row, 
Walworth Road, on Saturday, 2 November, 
bapt at St Mary, Newington, 4 December 
1861 ; marr. at Playford (by the Rev. 
John Major Freeman, the Vicar), on 
Thursday, 29 August 1895, Arthur Rust 
Hunt of "Homefields," Sproughton, co. 
Suffolk (6th son of William Hunt of 
Culpho, CO. Suffolk, by Sarah Ann Phillis 
his wife, dau. of George Watkins of 
Clopton, CO. Suffolk); bom at Culpho 
16 August 1862, bapt. at Grundisburgh, 
CO. Suffolk, 29 March 1895. 



(See Pedigree of Hunt, Vol 11, 
page 107) 



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Arms OH record in the College of Arms. — 
Vair on a pile or a mount in base, vert 
thereon a mountain ash tree proper. 

Crest — On a moant vert a mountain ash 
tree sunnoanted by a rainbow all proper. 

Motto. — Carpe diem. 



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Edward Wigan of 19 Highbury-^Jane Bond, marr. at 



Terrace, Islington, co. Middlesex, 
L]eut.-Colonel of Uie ist Middlesex 
Militia (2nd son of Thomas Wigan 
of Bristol, CO. Gloucester, by Sarah 
his wife, dau. of John Pumell of 
Bristol); bom at Bristol on 
Thursday, 17 August, bapt at 
St Mary-le-Port, Bristol, on Thurs- 
day, 14 September 1758; died at 
19 Highbury Terrace, Islington, in 
his, 56th year, on Tuesday, 12 
March, bur. in the churchyard of 
St Mary's, Islington, on Wednes- 
day, 30 March 1814. Will dated 
2 March 1812, with codicil dated 
15 January 18 14, proved (P.CC.) 
19 April 1 8 14, by Jane Wigan, 
relict, and Edward Wigan and John 
Alfred Wigan, sons, the Eftors. 



St Michael's, Bath, 
CO. Somerset, on 
Thursday, 11 April 
1782; died at 19 
Highbury Terrace, 
Islmgton, aged 65, 
on Sunday, 18 June, 
bur. at St Mary's, 
Islington, on Satur- 
day, 24 June 
1826. WiU dated 
17 May 1814, 
proved (P.CC) 14 
December 1826, by 
Edward Wigan and 
John Alfred Wigan, 
sons, the Eftors. 



Edward Wigan of 17 Highbury Terrace,-pElizabeth, dau. and sole heir of James Costar 

Islington; bom on Thursday, i July 1784, - - - - - - 

bapt at St. Nicholas', Bristol, on Friday, 
1 July 1 785 ; died at 1 7 Highbury Terrace, 
Islington, in his 70th year, on Wednesday, 

26 April, bur. at St Mary's, Islington, on 
Wednesday, 3 May 1854. Will dated 20 
March 1850, proved in the Principal Registry 

27 May 1854, by Elizabeth Wigan, relict, 
John Alfred Wigan, brother, and the Rev. 
James Spurrell, son-in-law, the Eftors. 



of Oxford, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
Peter Spreekleson of St George's, Hanover 
Square, London ; marr. by licence at Holjrwell 
St Cro^ Oxford (by the Rev. Joseph 
Burdgett), on Saturday, 21 August 1813 ; died 
at 17 Highbury Tenace, Islington, in her 63rd 
year, on Friday, 2 July, bur. at St Mary's, 
Islington, on Thursday, 8 July 1852. 



Elizabeth, born at 17 Highbury 
Terrace, Islington, on Thurs- 
day, 5 October, bapt at 
St Mary's, Islington, on 
Saturday, 11 November 181 5; 
died at 17 Highbury Terrace, 
Islington, in her 19th year, 
on Friday, 21 March, bur. at 
St Mary's, Islington, on 
Thursday, 27 March 1834. 



Jane, bom at 17 Highbury Terrace, 
Islington, on Sunday, 9 February, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Islington, on 
Fnday, 21 March 1817; died at 
17 Highbury Terrace, Islington, 
in her 65th year, on Thursday, 
24 November, bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery, London, on Wednesday, 
30 November 1881. Will dated 
8 January 1872, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 79, 82) 24 January 1882, 
by Henry Wigan of "Eversley," 
Winchmore Hill, co. Middlesex, 
brother, one of the Eitors. 



Edward Wigan, bom at 
17 Highbury Terrace, 
Islington, on Friday, 

1 May, bapt at St Mary's, 
Islington, on Tuesday, 

2 June 1818; died at 17 
Highbury Terrace, Isling- 
ton, on Saturday, 22 
August, bur. at St Mary's, 
Islington, on Sunday, 23 
August 1818. 



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John Alfred Wigan of Clare House, East Mailing, co. Kent; 
bom on Tuesday, ii September, bapt at St Mary-le-Port, 
Bristol, CO. Gloucester, on Monday, 5 Novembo* 1787; 
educated at Dr. Valp/s School, Reading, co. Berks; 
J.P. for CO. Kent; Lord of the Manor of Powers Hall, 
CO. Essex, and Patron of the livings of East Mailing and 
Luddesdowne, both co. Kent; died at Clare House, East 
Mailing, aged 82, on Tuesday, 16 November, bur. in the 
family vault at East Mailing on Saturday, 20 November 
1869. Will dated 10 August 1864, with two codicils 
dated respectively 10 November 1866 and 24 February 
1869, proved (Prin. Reg., 796, 69) 14 December 1869, by 
the Rev. William Lewis Wigan of East Mailing, co. Kent, 
the Rev. Alfred Wigan of Luddesdowne, co. Kent, Lewis 
Davis Wigan of Maidstone, co. Kent, and Frederick Wigan 
of Clare Lawn, East Sheen, co. Surrey, sons, the Eiors. 




;-pElizabeth Pratt, dau. and sole 
heiress of William Lewis of 
Lion House, Stamford Hill, 
CO. Middlesex, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of Nicholas Pratt 
of the Parish of St. Bride's, 
London; bom in London on 
Monday, 11 March, bapt at 
the parish church, St. Luke's, 
Old Street, London, on Thurs- 
day, 18 April 1793; marr. at 
St. ^ John's, Hackney, co. 
Micfdlesex (by the Rev. George 
Paroissien, the Vicar), on 
Thursday, 21 September 181 5; 
died at Clare House, East 
Mailing, aged 71, on Monday, 
25 July, bur. in the family 
vault at East Mailing on 
Saturday, 30 July 1864. Will 
dated 6 January 1858. 



{For issue see page 126.) 



Helen, bom at 17 Highbury Terrace, Islington, on 
Wednesday, 14 July, bapt. at St Mary's, Islington, on 
Thursday, 29 July 18 19; marr. there (by the Rev. John 
Hambleton) on Tuesday, 9 April 1839, the Rev. James 
Spurrell (only son of James Spurrell of Southwark, 
CO. Surrey, by Rebecca Shears his wife); bom at 
Southwark on Saturday, 29 July, bapt. at St Saviour's, 
Southwark, on Friday, i September 181 5; of St. 
Catherine's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1847, M.A. 1850 ; 
Vicar of Great Shalford, co. Cambridge; died s.p. at 
23 Adelaide Crescent, Brighton, co. Sussex, in his 
77th year, on Tuesday, 26 July, bur. in Hove New 
Cemetery, co. Sussex, on Friday, 29 July 1892. Will 
dated 2 September 1891, proved (Prin. Reg., 948, 92) 
27 September 1892, by Norman Watney and Richard 
Hatley Crabb, nephews, the Eiors. She died at 23 
Adelaide Crescent, Brighton, in her 72nd year, on 
Sunday, 3 May, and was bur. in Hove New Cemetery 
on Thursday, 7 May 1891. Will dated i March 1864, 
proved (Prin. R^., 549, 91) 29 May 1891, by the 
Rev. James Spurrell of 23 Adelaide Crescent, Brighton, 
husband, the sole Eicor. 



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Emma, bom at 1 7 Highbury Terrace, 
Islington, on Saturday, 23 Septem- 
ber, died there on Wednesday, 
4 October, and bur. at St. Mary's, 
Islington, on Friday, 6 October 1820. 



Edward Wigan of 17 Highbury 
Terrace, Islington ; bom there 
on Friday, 31 January, bapt at 
St Mary's, Islington, on Thurs- 
day, 6 March 1823; died at St 
Leonard's-on-S^ co. Sussex, aged 
48, on Friday, 30 June, bur. in 
Highgate Cemetery, London, on 
Thursday, 6 July 187 1. Will dated 
24 May 185s, with codicil dated 
12 November 1867, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 579, 71) 4 August 187 1, by 
Henry Wigan of " Eversley," 
Winchmore Hill, co. Middlesex, 
brother, one of the E*ors. 



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Jane, bom on Friday, 3 October, bapt. at St. Mary-le-Port, Bristol, co. Gloucester, on Saturday, 
22 November 1788; died at her residence, 19 Highbury Terrace, Islington, co. Middlesex, 
^cd 59» on Tuesday, 30 November, bur. at St Mary's, Islington, on Monday, 6 December 
1847. Admon was granted at the Principal Registry 3 January 1848, to Edward Wigan and 
John Alfred Wigan, brothers, and only next of kin. 



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James Wigan, bom at 
17 Highbury Terrace, 
Islington, on Sunday, 
22 August, died there 
on Sunday, 26 Sep- 
tember, and bur. at 
St. Mary's, Islington, 
on Thursday, 30 
September 1824. 



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Clara, bom at 17 Highbury Terrace, 
Islington, on Monday, 10 October, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Islington, on 
Thursday, 10 November 1825; marr. 
there (by the Rev. John Hambleton), 
on Thursday, 19 July 1855, Jo^^^ 
Seabrook Crabb of Rothmans, Great 
Baddow, co. Essex (son of Richard 
Crabb of Great Baddow, by Ann his 
wife, eldest dau. of John Seabrook of 
Old Lodge, Springfield, co. Essex); 
bom at Pondlands, Great Baddow, on Monday, 28 January, 
bapt there on Wednesday, 26 March 1828; educated at 
Bumpstead and at Tooting; died at Bramwood, Great 
Baddow, aged 54, on Thursday, 4 May, bur. at Great Baddow 
on Thursday, 11 May 1882. Will dated 2 February 1863, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 682, 82) 16 September 1882, by Richard 
Hatley Crabb of Great Baddow, brother, the surviving EJLor. 
She (Ued at Rothmans, Great Baddow, in her 38th year, on 
Wednesday, 29 July, and was bur. at Great Baddow on 
Thursday, 6 August 1863. Will dated 9 April 1856, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 640, 63) 25 November 1863, by John Seabrook 
Crabb of Great Baddow and Edward Wigan of Hibemia 
Chambers, London Bridge, co. Surrey, brother, the Etors. 



James Wigan, bom at 17 
Highbury Terrace, Islington, 
on Monday, 1 1 June, died there 
on Thursday, 28 June, bur. 
at St Mary's, Islington, on 
Monday, 2 July 1827. 



Emma, bom at 17 Highbury 
Terrace, Islington, on Friday, 
12 September, bapt at St 
Mary's, Islington, on Tuesday, 
28 October 1828; died at 17 
Highbury Terrace, Islington, 
ag^ 25, on Thursday, 1 1 May, 
bur. at St. Mary's, Islington, 
on Wednesday, 17 May 1854. 
Admon was granted (P.C.C.) 
26 May 1854, to Henry Wigan, 
brother, and one of the next 
of kin. 



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Laura, bom at 17 Highbury Terrace, 
Islington, co. Middlesex, on 
Tuesday, 23 February, bapt at 
St. Mary's, Islington, on Thursday, 
I April 1830; died at 17 Highbury 
Terrace, Islington, aged 61, on 
Tuesday, 2 June, bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery, London, on Saturday, 
6 June 1 89 1. Will dated 8 January 
1872, with two codicils dated 
respectively 30 November 1881 and 
21 January 1887, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 685, 91) 19 June 1891, by 
Henry Wigan of 15 South wark 
Street, co. Surrey, and of " Eversley," 
Winchmore Hill, co. Middlesex, 
nephew, the surviving Exor. 



Henry Wigan, bom at 17 Highbury-^-G( 
Terrace, Islington, on Sunday, 9 
December 1832, bapt at St. Mary's, 
Islington, on Thursday, 17 January 
1833; educated at Highbury; died at 
his residence, " Eversley," Winchmore 
Hill, aged 52, on Friday, 18 Sep- 
tember, bur. in Highgate Cemetery, 
London, on Thursday, 24 September 
1885. Will dated 8 December 1881, 
with two codicils dated respectively 
6 February 1884 and 17 August 
1885, proved (Prin. Reg., 972, 85) 
10 November 1885, by Georgiana 
Wigan of" Eversley," Winchmore Hill, 
relict, Frederick Wigan of East Sheen, 
CO. Surrey, Lewis Davis Wigan of 
Maidstone, co. Kent, and William 
Maples of 6 Fredericks Place, 
London, the E5tors. 



eorgiana, dau. 
of Thomas Cole 
of Marylebone, 
London ; marr. 
by licence at the 
parish church, 
Marylebone, Lon- 
don (by the Rev. 
William Burton 
Crickmer), on 
Thursday, 1 5 July 
1858. 



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Henrietta Georgiana, bom at Luthers, 
Sewardstone, co. Essex, on Friday, 
25 December 1862, bapt at Waltham 
Abbey, co. Essex, on Thursday, 22 
January 1863 ; marr. at St Paul's, 
Winchmore Hill (by the Rev. Canon 
Stephen Lea Wilson, Vicar of Prest- 
bury, CO. Chester, assisted by the 
Rev. Alfred Charles Albert Drought, 
the Vicar), on Saturday, 2 February 
1889, Colonel Henry Germain 
Mainwaring (son of Henry George 
Mainwaring, Major ist Bengal Native 
Infantry, by Frances Sanders his wife, 
dau. of John Kelk of St Anne's, 
Westminster); bom at Barrackpore, 
Bengal, India, on Tuesday, 6 January 
1852, and bapt there; educated 
privately ; entered the Army as 
Sub-Lieutenant 24th Regiment of 
Foot 21 September 1872, Lieutenant 
21 September 1873, Instmctor of 
Musketry 7 November 1879 to 6 July 
1880, Captain ist Battalion South 
Wales Borderers 7 July 1880, Major 
2 November 1885, Lieut-Colonel 
9 June 1896, Brevet Colonel 9 June 
1900, retired 23 March 1904; served 
in South African War 1877-79; i" 
Kaffir Campaign, at operations against 
the Galekas ; in Zulu Campaign 
(medal with clasp). =p 
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Ada Elizabeth, born at Luthers, Sewardstone, on 
Sunday, 12 February, bapt. at Waltham Abbey 
on Tuesday, 14 March 1865; niarr. at All Souls', 
Langham Place, London (by the Rev. Emest 
Augustus Eardley-Wilmot, Vicar of St. Jude's, South 
Kensington, London, assisted by the Rev. Thomas 
James Scott, Rector of Clifton Foliat, co. Wilts, 
cousin of the bridegroom, and the Rev. Henry 
Thellusson Wood, Rector of Albury, co. Hertford), 
on Wednesday, 24 July 1895, Francis Gaskell (son 
of Frederick Gaskell of Chelsea, co. Middlesex, by 
Frances Maria his wife, dau. of Lieut.-Colonel James 
Williamson, Commandant of the Royal Military 
Hospital, Chelsea) ; born at Chelsea on Friday, 
5 April, bapt at St Luke's, Chelsea, on Wednesday, 
15 May 1850; educated privately and at Trinity 
Hall, Cambridge, matriculated 1868, B.A. (3rd-class 
Classics and 2nd-class Natural Science) 1872, 
M.A. 1888; Barrister-at-Law of Lincoln's Inn 1884; 
Assistant Boundary Commissioner 1887, Secretary 
to the Commissioners appointed under the Local 
Govemment Act 1888, Secretary to the Royal 
Metropolitan Water Supply 1893, District Auditor 
for Middlesex; died at 98 Portland Place, London, 
aged 54, on Wednesday, i March, bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery, London, on Monday, 6 March 1905, 
preceded by a service at Holy Trinity, Marylebone, 
London. Will dated 28 September 1895, proved in 
the Principal Registry 2 May 1905, by Ada Elizabeth 
Gaskell, relict, the sole Executrix. 



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Alfred Wigan, bom at 1 7 Highbury==Sophia Matilda, only dau. of Henry Smith, by Martha 



Terrace, Islington, co. Middlesex, on 
Tuesday, 29 December 1835, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Islington, on Wednesday, 
10 February 1836; died s.p. at his 
residence, " Heatherden," Iver Heath, 
CO. Buckingham, aged 39, on Friday, 
8 January, bur. at Iver Heath on 
Thursday, 14 January 1875. Will 
dated 21 July 1871, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 183, 75) II February 1875, 
by Sophia Matilda Wigan of 
" Heatherden," Iver Heath, relict, 
Henry Wigan of " Eversley," Winch- 
more Hill, CO. Middlesex, brother, 
and the Rev. James Spurrell of 
23 Adelaide Crescent, Brighton, co. 
Sussex, the EiLors. 



his wife; marr. at Holy Trinity, Brompton, co. 
Middlesex (by the Rev. Alfred Hitchins), on Thursday, 
17 January 1861 ; marr. 2ndly by licence at St George's, 
Hanover Square, London (by the Rev. WilUam 
Falconer), on Wednesday, 24 April 1878, Michael 
Drury-Lavin of 28 Davies Street, London, M.D. (son 
of Dominic , Lavin) ; died at " Heatherden," Iver 
Heath, in his 70th year, on Monday, 24 November, 
bur. on Friday, 28 November 1902. Will dated 30 
March 1896, with two codicils dated respectively 
13 April 1896 and 17 October 1902, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1552, 1902) 30 December 1902, by Ada Drury- 
Lavin, Charles Algernon Whitmore and William 
Maples, the E*ors. She died at " Heatherden," Iver 
Heath, on Thursday, 11 June, and was bur. at Iver 
Heath on Tuesday, 16 June 1891. Will dated 25 
February 1886, proved (Prin. R^., 636, 91) 29 June 
1 89 1, by Michael Drury-Lavin, husband, the sole Eftor. 



Henry Wigan, bom at "Eversley," 
Winchmore Hill, co. Middlesex, on 
Monday, 15 October, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Winchmore Hill, on Tuesday, 27 No- 
vember 1866; educated at Eton and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1889; 
died at his residence, " Willersley," Cran- 
brook, CO. Kent, in his 27th year, on 
Wednesday, 5 September, bur. in High- 
gate Cemetery, London, on Saturday, 
8 September 1894. Will dated 30 
November 1889, proved (Prin. Reg., 
105 1, 94) 19 October 1894, by Edward 
Alfred Wigan, brother, and William 
Maples, the Eiors. 



Edward Alfred Wigan^—Marie Cecile, dau. of Jean 
of 35 Hans Place, Etienne Pirougs ; marr. by 



Chelsea, co. Middlesex ; 
bom at " Eversley," 
Winchmore Hill, on 
Saturday, 13 June, bapt 
at Winchmore Hill on 
Tuesday, 14 July 1868; 
educated at Eton and at 
Trinity Hall, Cambridge. 



licence at St Saviours', 
Pimlico, CO. Middlesex (by 
the Rev. Henry William 
Gordon Kenrick, Curate), 
on Saturday, 8 February 
1896. 



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John Alfred Wigan of 
House, East Mailing, co. 
{see page 122). 



ClarefElizabeth 



Kent 



Pratt,, dau. 
and sole heiress of 
William Lewis. 



Eliza Lewis, bom at Stamford Hill, co. Middlesex, on Tuesday, 16 July, bapt. at St. John's, 
Hackney, co. Middlesex, on Thursday, 5 September 18 16; died at Clare House, East Mailing, 
aged 9, on Wednesday, 3 May, bur. at East Mailing on Tuesday, 9 May 1826, the remains 
being subsequently re-interred in the family vault at East Mailing 14 October 1843. 



Ehza Dorothy, 
bom at the 
Vicarage, East 
Mailing, on 
Friday, 6 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at 
East Mailing 
on Sunday, 15 
February 1852. 



William Lewis Wigan of Clare House,-rLaura, 2nd dau. of the Rev. Thomas 



East Mailing; bom at Clare House, 
East Mailing, on Thursday, 14 July, 
bapt. at East Mailing on Monday, 
25 July 1853; educated at Radley 
and at Keble College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 14 October 1872, aged 19, B.A. 
1876; J.P. for CO. Kent; Lord of the 
Manor of Powers Hall, co. Essex, and 
Patron of the living of East Mailing. 



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William Carr of Eshott Heugh, co. 
Northumberland, Rector of Harming, 
CO. Kent, by Harriet his wife, 7th dau. 
of John Deacon of Mabledon, near 
Tonbridge, co. Kent; born at the 
Rectory, Banning, on Saturday, 9 May, 
bapt. at Harming on Sunday, 28 June 
1868; marr. there (by her father, 
assisted by the Rev. Septimus Wigan, 
Vicar of East Mailing, and the Rev. 
Decimus Herbert Whitehead, Curate) 
on Thursday, 19 October 1893. 

{See Pedigree of Carr^ 
Vol 7, page I2S.) 



Harriet, born at Clare Cottage, 
East Mailing, on Thursday, 1 1 
October, bapt at East Mailing 
on Thursday, 18 October 1894. 



William Lewis Wigan, bom at 
Clare Cottage, East Mailing, on 
Thursday, 24 October, bapt. 
at East Mailing on Sunday, 
10 November 1895. 



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John Alfred Edmund Wigan, 
bom at Clare Cottage, East 
Mailing, on Friday, 21 May, 
bapt. at East Mailing on 
Sunday, 13 June 1897 ; died 
at Clare Cottage, East 
Mailing, aged io| months, 
on Monday, 4 April, bur. at 
East MaUing on Thursday, 
7 April 1898. 



Caroline Akers, bom at Clare 
Cottage, East Mailing, on 
Monday, 25 Febmary, bapt. 
at East Mailing on Sunday, 
10 March 1901. 



Lambert George Wigan, bom 
at Clare Cottage, East Mailing, 
on Friday, 20 May, bapt. at 
East Mailing on Sunday, 29 
May 1904. 



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Rev. William Lewis Wigan of Clare House and the Vicarage,^<irolin( 
East Mailing, co. Kent ; bom at Stamford Hill, co. Middlesex, 
on Friday, 7 November, bapt. at St John's, Hackney, co. 
Middlesex, on Thursday, i8 December 1817 ; educated at 
Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 19 May 
1836, aged 18, B.A. 1840, M.A. 1842; Vicar of East Mailing 
1847 until his death; Patron of the living of East Mailing; 
died at St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, aged 58, on 
Saturday, 8 January, bur. at East Mailing on Thursday, 
1*3 January 1876. Will dated 25 February 187 1, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 182, 76) 8 February 1876, by the Rev. Alfrai 
Wigan of the Rectory, Luddesdowne, co. Kent, and Lewis 
Davis Wigan of Maidstone, co. Kent, brothers, the EiLors. 



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le Ramsay, 3rd dau. of 
Aretas Akers of the Abbey, 
West Mailing, co. Kent, J.P. 
and D.L., by Isabella his wife^ 
dau. of John T^rking of Clare 
House, East Mailing, J.P.; bom 
at Bellevue, Mount Zion, Tun- 
bridge Wells, CO. Kent, on 
Wednesday, 6 October, bapt at 
the Chapd of King Charles the 
Martyr, Tunbridge Wells, on 
Wednesday, 22 December 1830; 
marr. at West Mailing (by the 
Rev. Lambert Blackwdl Larking, 
Vicar of Ryarsh, co. Kent, uncle 
of the bride) on Saturday, 
14 April 1849. 



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Alfred Edmund Wigan of^Alice Maud, 3rd dau. of George Graham 
" Hartlands,'' Jamaica, West 
Indies; bom at the Vicarage, 
East Mailing, on Sunday, i July, 
bapt at East Mailing on Sun- 
day, 15 July 1855; educated 
at Radley and at Keble 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
19 October 1874, aged 19, 
Exhibitioner 1874-78, B.A. 
1878, M.A. 1882; a Student of 
the Middle Temple 8 March 
1877, called to the Bar 21 June 
1882. 



of Oaklands, Yardley, co. Worcester, by 
Hermine his wife, dau. of Gottlob Peter 
von Clausewitz of Wandsbeck, Germany; 
bom at Beech Lawn, Yardley, on 
Wednesday, 2 April, bapt. at the parish 
church, Yardley, on Friday, 2 May 
1862; marr. there (by the Rev. Septimus 
Wigan, Vicar of East Mailing, uncle of 
the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. 
Frederic Sutton Dodd, the Vicar) on 
Tuesday, 10 April 1888. 



Isabella, bora at 
the Vicarage, East 
Mailing, on Sun- 
day, 10 October, 
bapt at East 
Mailing on Thurs- 
day, 28 October 
1858. 



Dorothy Maud, born at 7 Westgate Terrace, 
Redcliffe Square, London, on Sunday, 12 
January, bapt in the chapel of the Abbey, 
West Mailing, on Thursday, 27 February 1890. 



Mary Cecilia (twin with Charles Richard), 
born at 14 Campden Hill Road, Kensington, 
London, on Saturday, 27 December 1890, 
bapt. at St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington, on 
Tuesday, 27 January 1891. 



Charles Richard Wigan (twin with Mary 
Cecilia), bom at 14 Campden Hill Road, 
Kensington, London, on Saturday, 27 De- 
cember 1890, bapt. at St Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, on Tuesday, 27 January 1891 ; 
educated at Eton. 



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Wigan of the Rectory, Luddesdowne,-pEmilie Thai, of Henley Croft, Luddes- 



Rev. 

CO. Kent; bom at Stamford Hill, co. Middlesex, on 
Wednesday, 28 October, bapt at St John's, Hackney, 
CO. Middlesex, on Thursday, 3 December 1818; 
educated at Eton and at St. John's College, Oxford, 
matriculated 7 December 1837, aged 19, B.A. 1841, 
M.A. 1845; Rector of Luddesdowne 1856 until his 
death, and Patron from 1869; died at the Rectory, 
Luddesdowne, in his 71st year, on Wednesday, 28 
August, bur. at Luddesdowne on Saturday, 31 August 
1889. Will dated 27 March 187 1, with codicil dated 
5 November 1884, proved (Prin. Reg., 875, 89) 25 
October 1889, by Emilie Thai Wigan, relict, Frederick 
Wigan of Clare Lawn, Upper Sheen, co. Surrey, 
brother, and the Rev. Francis William Wigan, son, 
the E&ors. 




downe, 5th and youngest dau. and 
coheir of Francis Holies Brandram 
of Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent, and 
of Rosemount, St Leonard's-on-Sea, 
CO. Sussex, J. P., by Maria his wife, 
dau. of William Bedford of Elmhurst, 
Batheaston, co. Somerset, J.P., F.S.A. ; 
bora at Sydenham, co. Kent, on 
Tuesday, 25 December 1832, bapt 
at St. Bartholomew's, Sydenham, on 
Thursday, 31 January 1833; marr. by 
licence at Hildenborough, co. Kent (by 
the Rev. Aretas Akers, brother-in law of 
the bride, assisted by the Rev. William 
Lewis Wigan, Vicar of East Mailing, 
CO. Kent, brother of the bridegroom), 
on Tuesday, 13 November 1855. 



Rev. Francis William Wigan of the Rectory, 
Luddesdowne; bom at > his grandfather's 
residence, Underriver House, Seal, co. Kent, 
on Friday, 5 September, bapt at Luddesdowne 
on Sunday, 5 October 1856; educated at 
Radley and at St John's College, Oxford, 
matriculated 16 October 1875, ^^^ ^99 ^'^- 
1880, M.A. 1883; Rector of Luddesdowne 
1889; died at Ventnor, Isle of Wight, aged 36, 
on Wednesday, 1 1 January, bur. at Luddesdowne 
on Friday, 13 January 1893. Will dated 
3 April 189 1, proved (Prin. Reg., 190, 93) 
9 February 1893, by Emilie Thai Wigan, widow, 
the Executrix. 



Alfred Lewis Wigan of Fairmile, Cobham, 
CO. Surrey, formerly of 21 Great George 
Street, Westminster; bom at the Rectory, 
Luddesdowne, on Monday, 28 September, 
bapt at Luddesdowne on Sunday, ii 
October 1857; educated at Charterhouse 
and at Keble College, Oxford, matriculated 
n October 1876, aged 19, B.A. i88o; 
admitted a Solicitor in January 1884 ; died at 
Cobham, aged 30, on Saturday, 4 February, 
bur. at Luddesdowne, on Wednesday, 
8 February 1888. Admon was granted 
20 March 1888, to the Rev. Francis 
William Wigan, brother. 



Charles Wigan of " Lynbrook,"-T-Cecilia Margaret, 6th dau. of the Rev. Richard 



Knaphill, Woking, co. Surrey; born 
at the Vicarage, East Mailing, co. 
Kent, on Tuesday, 17 April, bapt. at 
East Mailing on Tuesday, i May 
i860; educated at Radley and at 
Hertford College, Oxford, matriculated 
14 October 1878, aged i8, B.A. 1881, 
M.A. 1885; admitted a Solicitor in 
February 1885; Under Sheriflf for 
CO. Surrey since 1891. 



Champemowne of the Rectory, Dartington, co. Devon, 
by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of the Rev. Thomas 
Keble, Vicar of Bisley, co. Gloucester; born at 
the Rectory, Dartington, on Wednesday, 26 October, 
bapt at Dartington on Sunday, 20 November 1864; 
marr. there (by the Rev. Thomas Keble, Rector of 
Bisley and Hon. Canon of Gloucester Cathedral, uncle 
of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Francis William 
Wigan, Rector of Luddesdowne, cousin of the 
bridegroom) on Thursday, 9 January 1890. 



Thomas Keble Wigan, bom at 
15 Ladbroke Square, Notting 
Hill, London, on Tuesday, 22 
November, bapt. at St Mary 
Abbott's, Kensington, London, 
on Wednesday, 21 December 
1892 ; educated at Radley. 



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Gwendolen Akers, bom at 
15 Ladbroke Square, Notting 
Hill, London, on Thursday, 
6 May, bapt. at St Mary 
Abbott's, Kensington, London, 
on Thursday, 3 June 1897. 

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Margaret Harington, bom at 
15 Ladbroke Square, Notting 
Hill, London, on Tuesday, 
27 September, bapt at 
St. Mary Abbott's, Kensmg- 
ton, London, on Tuesday, 
I November 1898. 



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Lewis Davis Wigan of Oakwood, Maidstone,nrMary, eldest dau. of John Gretton of Bladon, 

CO. Kent ; bom at Stamford Hill, co. Middlesex, ~ ~ 

on Tuesday, 14 March, bapt. at St. John's, 

Hackney, co. Middlesex, on Thursday, 27 

April 1820; educated at the King's School, 

Rochester; died at Oakwood, Maidstone, in 

his 66th year, on Sunday, 21 February, bur. in 

the cemetery at Maidstone on Friday, 26 

February 1886. Will dated 11 September 1879, 

with codicil dated 18 December 1884, proved 

(Prin. Reg., 492, 86) 18 May i886, by Mary 

Wigan of Oakwood, Maidstone, co. Kent, relict, 

Frederick Wigan of Clare Lawn, Upper Sheen, 

CO. Surrey, brother, John Gretton of Drakelow, 

Burton-on-Trent, co. Stafford, and John Alfred 

Wigan of Oakwood, Maidstone, son, the Eitors. 



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Burton-on-Trent, by Mary his wife, dau. oif 
Joseph Sutton of Rolleston, co. Stafford; 
bom at the Town House, Burton-on-Trent, 
on Saturday, 20 April, bapt at the parish 
church, Burton-on-Trent, on Wednesday, 10 
July 1833; marr. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London (by the Rev. WilHam Lewis 
Wigan, Vicar of East Mailing, co. Kent, 
brother of the bridegroom), on Thursday, 
31 December 1857 ; died at Oakwood, 
Maidstone, in her 67 th year, on Monday, 
I January, bur. in the cemetery at Maidstone 
on Thureday, 4 January 1900. Will dated 
28 July 1887, with codicil dated 21 April 
1888, proved (Prin. Reg., 340, 1900) 22 Feb- 
ruary 1900, by John Alfred Graham-Wigan 
and Lewis Davis Wigan, sons, two of the 
EXors. 

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Amy Elizabeth (twin with Eleanor Jane), born 
at the Rectory, Luddesdowne, co. Kent, on 
Wednesday, 21 September, bapt. at Luddes- 
downe on Sunday, 9 October 1859. 



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Eleanor Jane (twin with Amy Elizabeth), bom 
at the Rectory, Luddesdowne, on Wednesday, 
21 September, bapt at Luddesdowne on 
Sunday, 9 October 1859. 



James Ramsay Wigan of Hunstanton Lodge,- 
Downe, co. Kent ; bora at the Vicarage, East 
Mailing, on Sunday, 26 January, bapt. at 
East Mailing on Sunday, 16 February 1862; 
educated at Radley; entered the Army 
12 November 1884, Captain Royal Berkshire 
Regiment 13 November 1893; served in 
Soudan Expedition 1885, at Suakin; in 
reconnaissance to Hasheen, actions at 
Hasheen and Tofrek, operations at and 
destruction of Tamai (medal with two clasps, 
bronze star) ; in Expedition of 1885-86, with 
Frontier Field Force, action at Ginnis 
(wounded). 



•Beatrice, 5th dau. of Colonel Sir Edmund 
Yearaans Walcott Henderson of 4 Gledhow 
Gardens, South Kensington, London, K.C.B., 
R.E., by Maria Elisabeth his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. Joseph H indie of the Knowle, Higham, 
CO. Kent; bom at 12 Cleveland Square, Hyde 
Park, London, on Sunday, 10 January, bapt 
at Higham on Thursday, 3 March 1864 ; marr. 
at St. Luke's, Chelsea, co. Middlesex (by the 
Rev. Abel Gerald Wilson Blunt, the Vicar, 
assisted by the Rev. John Dalyell Henderson, 
cousin of the bride), on Saturday, 19 April 
1890. 



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Yeamans Ramsay Douglas 
Wigan, bom at Southsea, 
CO. Hants, on Tuesday, 
7 April, bapt at St. Bar- 
tholomew's, Southsea, on 
Saturday, 23 May 1891. 



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Laetitia Beatrice, bom at 

Tenby, co. Pembroke, on 

Tuesday, 23 Febmary, 

bapt. there on Wednesday, 

30 March 1892. 



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John Winn Wigan, bom at Halifax, 
Nova Scotia, on Tuesday, 15 June 
1897; died in Barbadoes, West Indies, 
on Monday, 30 May, bur. in Bridgetown 
Cemetery, Barbadoes, on Tuesday, 
31 May 1898. 



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Nathaniel Ramsay Wigan (twin 
with Edmund Ramsay), bora at 
Amersham, co. Buckingham, on 
Saturday, 15 November 1902. 



Edmund Ramsay Wigan (twin Naomi Faith, bom at 

with Nathaniel Ramsay), bora Hunstanton Lodge, Downe, 

at Amersham on Saturday, on Friday, 10 November 

15 November 1902. iQ^S* 

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Edward Lewis Wigan of Sefton 
Liverpool; bom at Stamford Hill, co. 
Middlesex, on Monday, 5 February, bapt. 
at St. John's, Hackney, co. Middlesex, on 
Friday, 9 March 1821 ; educated at 
Dr. Greenlaw's School, Blackheath ; died 
at his residence, "St Modwen's," Sefton 
Park, Liverpool, in his 68th year, on 
Tuesday, 29 January, bur. in Toxteth 
Park Cemetery, Liverpool, on Friday, 
I February 1889. Will dated 17 August 
1870, proved at Liverpool 15 March 1889, 
by Gertrude Vanderslooyt Wigan, relict, 
the sole Executrix. 




ParkfijiGertnide Vanderslooyt, 5th dau. of Robert Birch 
of Richmond House, co. Dublin, by Margaret his 
wife, 3rd dau. of Michael McCormick of New Ross, 
CO. Wexford, of the 5th Dragoon Guards ; born at 
Richmond House on Friday, 27 July, bapt at 
St Michan^ Dublin, on Saturday, 11 August 1827; 
marr. by licence at St Peter's, Dublin (by the Rev. 
John James MacSorley), on Wednesday, 13 August 
1 851; died at South Kensington, London,, in her 
63rd year, on Monday, 9 June, bur. in Toxteth 
Park Cemetery, Liverpool, on Wednesday, 1 1 June 
1890. Will dated 22 February 1889, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 743, 90) 15 July 1890, by Clara Frances 
Sanderson, wife of Richard Withington Bromiley 
Sanderson of Mayfield Derker, Oldham, co. 
Lancaster, daughter, the sole Executrix. 



Alfred Francis Lewis Wigan, bom at 39 Sundayswell, Cork, on Saturday, 24 April, bapt at 
St Mary Shandon, Cork, on Tuesday, 13 July 1852; died at Rathgar, co. Dublin, aged 6\ 
years, on Thursday, 21 October, bur. in Mount Jerome Cemetery, Harold's Cross, Dublin, 
on Saturday, 23 October 1858. 



Frances Mary, bom at Rock House, Maidstone, co. Kent, on Tuesday, 2 November, bapt at 
St Peter's, Maidstone, on Sunday, 14 November 1858 ; marr. at St. Michael and All Angels', 
Maidstone (by the Rev. Septimus Wigan, Vicar of East Mailing, co. Kent, uncle of the bride, 
assisted by the Rev. George Bohun Coulcher, the Vicar), on Wednesday, 23 January 1889, 
William Llewellin of Upton House, Poole, co. Dorset, and of Hill Grange, Abergavenny, ca 
Monmouth (eldest son of William Llewellin of Hill Grange, Abergavenny [who died in 1896], 
by Margaret his wife, dau. of Joseph Coffin of Merthyr Tydvil, co. Glamorgan); bom on 
Friday, 4 January 1856, bapt privately at Mynyddysllwyn, co. Monmouth; educated at 
Sherbome and at University College, Oxford, matriculated 3 November 1875, aged 19, B.A. 
1879, M.A. 1889 ; a Student of the Inner Temple, London, 25 January 1878, called to the Bar 
25 June 1884; J.P. for co. Monmouth, High Sheriff 1901; J.P. for co. Dorset and for Poole. 



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Rev. Herbert Wigan of Dunsden Vicarage, co. Oxford; bom at 
his grandfather's residence, "Rosemount," St Leonard*s-on-Sea, 
CO. Sussex, on Thursday, 4 September, bapt. at Luddesdowne, 
CO. Kent, on Sunday, 12 October 1862; educated at Radley 
and at Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated i June 1882, aged 19, 
B.A. 1887, M.A. 1889 ; Vicar of Dunsden since 1904. 



Emily Gertrude, bom at 
the Rectory, Luddesdowne, 
on Friday, 18 December 
1863, bapt at Luddes- 
downe on Sunday, 10 
January 1864. 



Rev. Hugh John George Wigan, bom at the Vicarage, 
East MaSing, on Thursday, 3 August, bapt at East 
Mailing on Sunday, 13 August 1865; educated at 
Boumemouth and at Merton Collie, Oxford, 
matriculated 21 October 1886, aged 21, B.A. 1894, 
M.A. 1897. 

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Bernard Wigan, bom at the Vicarage, 
East Mailing, on Friday, 7 August, 
bapt there privately, died the same 
day, and bur. in (he family vault 
at East Mailing on Tuesday, 11 
August 1868. 



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Jane Lewis, bom at Stamford Hill, co. Middlesex, on Tuesday, 5 February, bapt at St John's, 
Hackney, co. Middlesex, on Thursday, 14 March 1822 ; marr. at East Mailing co. Kent (by 
the Rev. William Lewis Wigan, the Vicar, assisted by the Rev. Alfred Wigan, Rector erf 
Luddesdowne, co. Kent, brothers of the bride), on Thursday, 28 April 1870, John Moxon 
Clabon of 21 Great George Street, Westminster (son of John Clabon of 76 Mark Lane, London, 
Solicitor, by Mary Ann his wife, dau. of Samuel Moxon); bom at 2 Eventt Street, Russell 
Square, London, on Wednesday, 2 August, bapt. at St. George's, Bloomsbury, co. Middlesex, on 
Wednesday, 25 October 1815; educated at Guildford and at Epsom; Solicitor; J.P. for co. 
Kent; died at Clare Bank, Sevenoaks, co. Kent, aged 83, on Thursday, 17 November, bur. at 
East Mailing on Monday, 21 November 1898. Will dated 22 May 1896, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1334, 98) 22 December 1898, by Ellen Mary Clabon, Lucy Sarah Frances Clabon and Alice 
Jessie Clabon, spinsters, and Charles Wigan. She died s.p. at Clare Bank, Sevenoaks, 
aged 70, on Saturday, 23 July, and was bur. at East Mailing, on Tuesday, 26 July 1892. Will dated 
23 February 1883, proved (Prin. Reg., 909, 92) 28 September 1892, by John Moxon Clabon, 
husband, and William Lewis Wigan, the Eilors. 



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Michael Charles Wigan, bora at Glanmire^Erama Louise, dau. of Henry Tyson of Steelfield 



Terrace, Cork, on Thursday, 30 June, 
bapt at St. Luke's, Cork, on Tuesday, 
26 July 1853 ; educated at Cheltenham 
College. 



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Hall, Gosforth, co. Cumberland, by Emma Matilda 
his wife, dau. of Henry Newnes; bom 17 April 
1857 ; marr. at Gosforth (by the Rev. James Albert 
Cheese, the Rector) on Thursday, 3 August 1876. 



John Tyson Wigan, bom at Hartlepool, co. Durham, on Tuesday, 31 July, bapt at Gosforth on 
Sunday, 9 September 1877; educated at Rugby; entered the Army from Militia as 2nd 
Lieutenant 13th Hussars 15 May 1897, Lieutenant 8 March 1899, Captain 26 March 1902, 
Adjutant Berkshire Imperial Yeomanry since 2 January 1904; served m South African War 
1899-1902 (severely wounded); at relief of Ladysmith, including action at Colenso; operations 
of 17 to 24 January 1900, and action at Spion Kop; operations of 5 to 7 February 1900, and 
action at Vaal Kranz; on Tugela Heights 14 to 27 February 1900, and action at Pieter's Hill; 
in the Transvaal 30 November 1900 to September 1901, October 1901 to April 1902, and May 
1902; in Orange River Colony April to May 1902; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in 
September and October 1901 (Queen's medal with four clasps. King's medal with two clasps). 



John Alfred Graham- Wigan of Oakwood, Maidstone,-^l5ia Clementina, only child of Frederick 
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Kent; bom at Rock House, Maidstone, oq 
Saturday, 28 January, bapt at St. Peter's, Maidstone, 
on Friday, 24 February i860; educated at Harrow 
and at St. John's College, Oxford ; J.P. for co. Kent ; 
assumed by Royal Licence dated 8 December 1896, 
the additional surname of Graham before that of 
Wigan. 



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Graham Lacon, by Annie Margaret his 
wife, dau. of the Ven***« Augustus Mac- 
donald Hopper, Archdeacon and Hon. 
Canon of Norwich and Rector of 
Starston, co. Norfolk; bom in Madeira 
on Saturday, 30 October, bapt. at 
Funchal, Madeira, on Tuesday, 14 
December 1875; marr. at Aylesford, 
CO. Kent (by the Rev. Edmund Charles 
Hopper, Rector of Starston, assisted by 
the Rev. Canon Edwin Francis Dyke, 
Vicar of Maidstone), on Wednesday, 
17 June 1896. 



Aubrey John Graham-Wigan, bom at 
"The Friars," Aylesford, on Friday, 
3 September, bapt at Aylesford on 
Thursday, 30 September 1897. 



Lewis Gretton Graham-Wigan, bom at 
" The Friars," Aylesford, on Monday, 
7 January, bapt. at Aylesford on 
Saturday, 9 February 1901. 



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Alice Mary, bom at the Rectory, Luddesdowne, 
on Monday, 11 June, bapt at Luddesdowne 
on Sunday, 24 June 1866. 



Edith Maude, bom at the Rectory, Luddes- 
downe, on Saturday, 21 November, bapt at 
Luddesdowne on Sunday, 13 December 1868. 



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Emily, bom at Stamford Hill, co. Middlesex, 
on Friday, 27 December 1822, bapt at 
St. John's, Hackney, co. Middlesex, on 
Friday, 7 February 1823 ; died at Hastings, 
CO. Sussex, in her 24th year, on Monday, 
7 December, bur. in the family vault at 
East Mailing, co. Kent, on Tuesday, 
15 December 1846. Admon was granted 
(P.CC.) 17 January 1847, to Jo^" Alfred 
Wigan, the natural and lawful father. 



Harriet, bom at Stamford Hill on Wednesday, 
21 January, bapt. at St. John's, Hackney, on 
Thursday, 26 February 1824; died at Clare 
House, East Mailing, in her 27th year, on 
Tuesday, 31 December 1850, bur. in the family 
vault at East Mailing on Tuesday, 7 January 
185 1. Will dated 5 January 1847, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 82, 51) 25 January 1851, by the 
Rev. William Lewis Wigan and the Rev. Alfred 
Wigan, brothers, the Eiors. 



Gertmde Vanderslooyt, bom at Glanmire Terrace, Cork, on Thursday, 10 May, bapt. at St Luke's, 
Cork, on Thursday, 21 June 1855 ; marr. by licence at Christ Church, Sefton Park, Liverpool 
(by the Rev. Robert Irving, the Vicar), on Thursday, 30 July 1885, John Austin Carpenter of 
17 Greencroft Gardens, Hampstead, co. Middlesex (eldest son of Henry Carpenter of 10 Essex 
Villas, Kensington, London, and Marina, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, by Rebecca his wife, 
dau. of John Hadden of Hastings, co. Sussex) ; bom at Hastings on Tuesday, 1 1 July, bapt at 
St Mary Magdalen's, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, on Wednesday, 20 September 1854 ; educated at 
West London College and at the Military Academy, Cologne, Germany. She died at 3 Queen 
Anne's Grove, Bedford Park, Chiswick, co. Middlesex, aged 38, on Friday, 12 May, and was 
bur. at East Mailing, co. Kent, on Wednesday, 17 May 1893. Will (undated) proved (Prin. 
Reg., 974, 93) 22 November 1893, by John Austin Carpenter, husband, tiie sole Exor. 



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Clara Jane, born at Rock House, 
Maidstone, co. Kent, on Saturday, 
2 March, bapt at St. Peter's, Maid- 
stone, on Tuesday, 26 March 1861 ; 
marr. at St Michael and All Angels', 
Maidstone (by the Rev. Septimus 
Wigan, Vicar of East Mailing, uncle of 
the bride, assisted by the Rev. George 
Bohun Coulcher, the Vicar), on 
Wednesday, 3 August 1887, Edward 
Matthews of "Foxbury," Sevenoaks, 
CO. Kent (eldest son of Joseph 
Matthews of "Foxbury," J.P., by 
Elisabeth Sarah his wife, dau. of 
Joseph Haynes Solomon of Shome, 
CO. Kent); bom at Gravesend, co. 
Kent, on Tuesday, 24 May, bapt at 
Holy Trinity, Milton-next-Gravesend, 
on Tuesday, 21 June 1864; educated 
at Eastboume College. 



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Lewis Davis Wigan^Hermine Henriette Kate, eldest 
dau. of George Graham of "Oak- 
lands," Yardley, co Worcester, 
by Hermine his wife, dau. of 
Gottlob Peter von Clauserwitz 
of Wandsbeck, Germany; bom 
at "Beech 1-awn," Yardley, on 
Saturday, 20 March, bapt at 
the parish church, Yardley, on 
Wednesday, 21 April 1858; 
marr. there (by the Rev. Frederic 
Sutton Dodd, the Vicar), on 
Thursday, 14 February 1889. 



of Kilmory, Loch- 
gilphead, CO. Argyll ; 
bom at Rock House, 
Maidstone, on Mon- 
day, 3 November, 
bapt at St Peter's, 
Maidstone, on Wed- 
nesday, 3 December 
1862 ; educated at 
Eastbourne College ; 
J. P. for CO. Argyll. 



Hermin^ Mary Clara Graham, bom at 
Chantry Lodge, Bishop's Stortford, co. 
Hertford, on Wednesday, 6 November 
1889, t>apt at the parish church, 
Yardley, on Friday, 7 Febmary 1890. 



Margaret Blanche, bom at the 
Rectory, Luddesdowne, co. 
Kent, on Sunday, 2 July, 
bapt at Luddesdowne on 
Sunday, 16 July 1871. 



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Rev. Cuthbert John Wigan, bom at the Rectory, Luddesdowne, 
on Saturday, 28 June, bapt at Luddesdowne on Sunday, 
13 July 1873; educated at Lancing, co. Sussex, and at 
St. John's College, Oxford, matriculated 14 October 1893, 
aged 20, B.A. 1900, M.A. 1903 ; Curate of St Sepulchre's, 
Holbom, London, since 1905. 

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Georgiana, bom at Clare House, East Mailing, co. Kent, on Saturday, 4 June 1825, bapt at East 
Mailing {fw entry in J^egister)) marr. there (by the Rev. William Lewis Wigan, the Vicar, 
assisted by the Rev. Alfred Wigan, Rector of Luddesdowne, co. Kent, brothers of the bride) on 
Thursday, 31 March 1853, the Rev. Nathaniel Dimock of "Hemstede," Red Hill, co. Surrey (only 
son of John Dimock of " Bridgend," Stonehouse, co. Gloucester, by Emma Rook his wife, dau. of 
James Parkinson of Hoxton Square, London) ; bom at Stonehouse on Friday, 8 July, bapt. there 
on Sunday, 7 August 1825; educated privately and at St. John's College, Oxford, matriculated 
31 May 1843, aged 17, B.A. 1847, M.A. 1850; Vicar of St. Paul's, Maidstone, co. Kent, 1876-1887. 
She died s.p. at the Vicarage, East Mailing, aged 28, on Thursday, 14 July, and was bur. in the 
family vault at East Mailing on Wednesday, 20 July 1853. Will dated 31 March 1853, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 526, 54) 24 July 1854, by the Rev. William Lewis Wigan and the Rev. Alfred 
Wigan, brothers, the ESors. 



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Edward Lewis Wigan, bom at Rathmines House, Dublin, on Tuesday, 30 September, bapt at 
St. Peter's, Dublin, on Saturday, 22 November 1856; educated at Edinburgh; died at his father's 
residence. Grove Park, Liverpool, aged 22, on Saturday, 28 December, bur. in Toxteth Park 
Cemetery, Liverpopl, on Tuesday, 31 December 1878. ' 



Albert Edward Wigan, 
bom at Rock House, 
H Maidstone, on Friday, 

13 October, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Maidstone, 
on Wednesday, 1 5 
November 1865 ; died 
at Rock House, Maid- 
stone, on Saturday, 24 
March, bur. in the 
cemetery at Maidstone 
on Thursday, 29 March 
1866. 



Rev. Percy Frederick Wigan=pCatherine Frances Mary, eldest dau. of 



of Puckrup Hall, Tewkes- 
bury, CO. Gloucester; bom 
at Rock House, Maidstone, 
on Wednesday, 6 November, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Maid- 
stone, on Wednesday, 18 
December 1867 ; educated 
at Harrow and at Merton 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
21 October 1886, aged 18, 
B.A. 1890 (honours: 3Theol. 
1890) M.A. 1S93 ; Rector of 
Allingham and Vicar of 
Thomham, both co. Kent, 
1 898- 1 90 1 ; Patron of the 
living of Thornham. 



Cecil William Edward Henslowe of "Pine- 
wood," Grayshott, co. Hants, by Harriet 
Blakeway his wife, dau. of Edward I'Anson 
of Grayshott Park; born at Naini Tal, 
North-West Provinces, India, on Saturday, 
12 June, bapt. at the church of St. John- 
in-the-Wildemess, Naini Tal, on Wednesday, 
22 September 1875; marr. at Headley, co. 
Hants (by the Rev. Edward John Lambert 
Barthelemon Henslowe, Vicar of Preston, 
with Sutton Poyntz, both co. Dorset, 
assisted by the Rev. Canon William Wolfe 
Capes, Rector of Bramshott, co. Hants, 
and the Rev. Wallis Hay Laverty, the 
Rector), on Tuesday, 30 April 1895. 



Katharine Etheldreda, 
bom at the Red 
House, Yateley, co. 
Hants, on Thursday, 
16 April, bapt. at 
Yateley on Thursday, 
14 May 1896. 



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Ruth Damaris, born at the Red 
House, Yateley, on Wednesday, 
12 January, bapt. at Yateley on 
Tuesday, 15 Febmary 1898. 



Thomas Henslowe Wigan, bom 
at the Vicarage, Thornham, on 
Wednesday, 24 January, bapt. 
there privately on Thursday, 
I Febmary 1900. 



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Christopher Frederick Henslowe Wigan, 
born at 18 Kensington Palace Mansions, 
London, on Monday, 20 April, bapt. 
at Twyning, co. Gloucester, on Tuesday, 
9 June 1903. _ 

Guy Davis Henslowe Wigan, bom at 
Puckrup Hall, Tewkesbury, co. Glou- 
cester, on Friday, 8 June, bapt at 
Twyning on Saturday, 14 July 1906. 



William Cecil Wigan, bom at the Rectory, Luddesdowne, 
on Saturday, 18 March, bapt. at Luddesdowne, on 
Sunday, 2 April 1876 ; educated at Charterhouse and at 
St. John's College, Oxford, matriculated 16 October 1897, 
aged 21, B.A. 1901. 

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Evelyn Harriet, bom at the Rectory, 
Luddesdowne, on Friday, 3 December, 
bapt at Luddesdowne on Sunday, 
19 December 1880. 



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JuHa, bom at Qare House, East Mailing, ca Kent, on Monday, 17 July, bapt at East Mailing 
on Thursday, 17 August 1826; died at Clare House, in her 20th year, on Tuesday, 10 Marcl^ 
bur. in the fiunily vault at East Mailing on Tuesday, 17 March 1846. 



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Grace, bom at 62 Eccles Street, Dublin, on Thursday, 13 June, 
bapt. at Grangegorman, Dublin, on Saturday, 13 July 1861; marr. 
by licence at St. Jude's, Southsea, co. Hants (by the Rev. Stephen 
Swetenham Browne, Chaplain R.N.), on Tuesday, 5 July 1892, 
Captain George Shadwell Quartano Carr, C.M.G. (eldest son of 
Captain George Lyon Carr, R.N., by Marie Ther^se his wife, 
eldest dau. of Baron Quartano dei Strefi of Corfu, Greece); 
bom at Southsea on Monday, 22 October, bapt at St Jude's, 
Southsea, on Thursday, 8 November 1866; educated in Paris 
and on board the training ship " Britannia " ; entered the Royal 
Navy as a Cadet 15 July 1879, Midshipman 22 January 1882, 
Sub-Lieutenant 20 January 1886, Lieutenant 20 January 1887, 
retired as Captain July 1902 ; Midshipman of the ** Superb '' 
at the bombardment of Alexandria 11 July 1882, and during 
the Egyptian War (Egyptian medal, Alexandria clasp, Khedive's 
bronze star); while Lieut-Commander of the "Mosquito*' in 
the Shir^ River, Central Africa, went with a force of 34 officers 
and men and a Nordenfelt gun, after a march of over 100 
miles, to the relief of Henry Hamilton Johnston (afterwards 
Sir Harry Johnston), H.M. Commissioner, who had been 
seriously wounded by the natives, and subsequently marched 
with him and routed the Chief Liwondi; created C.M.G. 
and received the approval of the Admiralty (General Africa 
medal, clasp Liwondi 1893) ; commanded the expedition 
landed from H.M. ships "Lapwing" and "Pigeon" to punish 
the murderers of a British Telegraph Inspector in Mekran, 
Baluchistan (received the thanks of H.M. Government for this 
service) ; engaged in suppressing the traffic in arms to the 
Persian Gulf, seized the s.s. "Baluchistan" off Muscat 
24 January 1898; died in Mexico City, U.S.A., 28 August, 
bur. in the English cemetery there 31 August 1905. Will 
dated 20 May 1895, proved in the Principal Registry 
16 November 1905, by Grace Carr, relict, the sole Executrix. 



Clara Frances Elise, bom 
at Rathmines House, 
Dublin, on Tuesday, 24 
January, bapt at St Peter's, 
Dublin, on Tuesday, 3 April 
i860; marr. by special 
licence at St George's, 
Hanover Square, London 
(by the Rev. Septimus 
Wigan, Vicar of East 
Mailing, uncle of the bride), 
on Tuesday, 29 June 
1880, Richard Withiiigton 
Bromiley Sanderson (eldest 
son of Richard Bromiley 
Sanderson of Atherton, 
CO. Lancaster, by Dorothy 
Benson his wife, dau. of 
Benson Gowland of Whitby, 
CO. York); bom at Cheet- 
ham Hill, Manchester, on 
Friday, 15 January 1847; 
educated at Cheetham Hill 
and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge ; died in Rhode 
Island, U.S.A., aged 59, 26 
April, bur. in the cemetery 
there 30 April 1906. 



Mary Mabel, bom at Oak wood, Maidstone, co. Kent, on Monday, 10 January, bapt privately 
on Wednesday, 12 January 1876; marr. at St Michael and All Angels', Maidstone (by the 
Most Rev. William Alexander, Archbishop of Armagh, uncle of the bridegroom, assisted by the 
Rev. Percy Frederick Wigan, Vicar of Thomham, co. Kent, brother of the bride, the 
Rev. Charles Edmund Waller Dalison, Rector of Bletsoe, co. Bedford, the Rev. R<^er William 
Hammond Dalison, Vicar of Powerstock, co. Dorset, and the Rev. George Bohun Coulcher, the 
Vicar), on Wednesday, 25 January 1899, John Pelham Dalison of West Cliff Hall, Hythe, 
CO. Hants (youngest son of Maximilian Hammond Dalison of Hamptons, Tunbridge, co. 
Kent, J.P., by Matilda his wife, 2nd dau. of the Rev. Robert Alexander, Prebendary of 
Aghadoey, ca Londonderry) ; bom at Stanley Grange, Plaxtol, co. Kent, on Monday, 1 1 May, 
bapt at Plaxtol on Sunday, 7 June 1863; educated at Uppingham; entered the Army 
from Militia as Lieutenant ist Battalion Royal West Kent (The Queen's Own) R^ment 
19 December 1883, Captain 16 April 1890, Major Reserve of Officers 19 August 1901, 
Lieut-Colonel 3rd Battalion (Militia) 5 March 1904; served in the Nile Expedition 1884-85 
(medal with clasp and Khedive's star); served with the Malakhand Field Force 1896-97, also 
with the Bunnerwal Field Force at the capture of the Tunga Pass (medal with clasp); in 
South African War with the 8th Division, present at the action of Wittebergen, which resulted in 
the surrender of over 4,000 Boers under Commandant Prinsloo (Queen's medal with two clasps). 

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Sir Frederick Wigan of Clare Lawn, Upper-pMary Harriet, cmly dau. of Joseph Blunt of 

West Park, Kew, co. Surrey, ami of Austin 
Friars, London, Solicitor, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of Richard James of Mortlake, co. 
Surrey; bom in New Burlington Street, 
London, on Thursday, 8 October 1835, 
bapt. at St James', Piccadilly, London, on 
Wednesday, 20 January 1836; marr. at 
Mortlake (by the Rev. David Lewis of 
Twickenham, co. Middlesex, D.D., assisted 
by the Rev. William Lewis Wigan, Vicar 
of East Mailing, co. Kent, brother of ^he 
brid^oom), on Saturday, 25 April 1857. 



Sheen, co. Surrey, and of Purland Chase, Ross, 
CO. Hereford, Baronet; bom at Clare House, 
East Mailing, co. Kent, on Thursday, 4 October, 
bapt at East Mailing on Thursday, 25 October 
1827 ; educated at the King's School, Rochester, 
ca Kent ; J.P. for the counties of London and 
Surrey; D.L. for co. Surrey, High Sheriff 1894; 
knighted 30 November 1894, and created a 
Baronet 9 March 1898. 





Amy Mary, bom 
at Spring Grove 
Lodge, Isleworth, 
CO. Middlesex, 
on Saturday, 13 
February, bapt. 
at St John's, 
Isleworth, on 
Friday, 12 March 
1858. 



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Frederick William Wigan' 
of Windlesham Court, co. 
Surrey; bom at Sutton 
Court Lodge, Chiswick, 
CO. Middlesex, on Friday, 
18 March, bapt at the 
parish church, Chiswick, 
on Wednesday, 13 April 
1859; educated at Eton 
and at Exeter College, 
Oxford, matriculated 26 
January 1878, aged 18. 



'Elizabeth Adair, eldest dau. of Lieut-Colonel 
Francis Douglas Grey of "The Angles," East 
Sheen, formerly of the 37th Regiment of Foot, 
by Sarah his wife, eldest dau. of Francis Mowatt 
of Trotton Place, co. Sussex, M.P. ; bora at 
Halifax, Nova Scotia, on Monday, 25 May, 
bapt at St. Luke's, Halifax, Nova Scotia, on 
Friday, 3 July 1857 ; marr. at East Sheen (by 
the Rev. Francis William Wigan, cousin of 
the brid^oom, assisted by the Rev. Albert 
Shadwell Shutte, the Vicar) on Tuesday, 10 
November 1885 ; died at Windlesham Court on 
Wednesday, 12 November, bur. at Windlesham 
on Saturday, 15 November 1902. 



Roderick Grey Wigan, 
bom at 43 Emperor's 
Gate, South Kensington, 
London, on Thureday, 
II November, bapt at 
St Stephen's, South Ken- 
sington, on Saturday, 18 
December 1886; educated 
at Eton and at Magdalen 
College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 20 January 1906, 
aged 19. 



Adair Grey Wigan, bora 
at the Grange, Walton- 
on-Thames, co. Surrey, 
on Friday, 5 April, bapt 
at Oatlands, co. Surrey, 
on Wednesday, 22 May 
1889 ; died at his grand- 
father's residence, 28 York 
Terrace, Regent's Park, 
London, aged 7 years, 
on Saturday, 9 May, 
bur. at Windlesham on 
Monday, 11 May 1896. 



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Denis Grey Wigan, 
bom at the Grange, 
Walton-on-Thames, 
on Wednesday, 21 
June, bapt. at Oat- 
lands on Tuesday, 
25 July 1893 ; 
educated at Eton. 



Eira Grey, bom at 
28 Queen Anne's 
Gate, Westminster, 
on Sunday, 3 Oc- 
tober, bapt at 
Christ Church, 
Westminster, on 
Thursday, 28 Oc- 
tober 1897. 



James John Gretton Wigan, bom at Newcastle-on-Tyne, co. Northumberland, on Tuesday, 
9 September, bapt at the Cathedral Church of St Nicholas', Newcastle-on-Tyne, on Wednesday, 
26 November 1862; educated at Uppingham; died at Southport, co. Lancaster, aged 34, on 
Friday, 3 April, bur. in Toxteth Park Cemetery, Liverpool, on Tuesday, 7 April 1896. Will 
dated 16 September 1892, proved at Liverpool 12 June 1896, by Thomas Housman Higgin, 
sole EXor. 

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Amelia, bora at Clare House, East Mailing, co. Kent, 
on Saturday, i8 October, bapt at East Mailing on 
Thursday, 20 November 1828; died at Eastbourae, co. 
Sussex, aged 40, on Monday, 2 1 December, bur. in the 
family vault at East Mailing on Saturday, 26 December 
1868. Will dated 15 March 1865, proved (Prin. Reg., 
75, 69) 22 January 1869, by the Rev. William Lewis 
Wigan of East Mailing, co. Kent, the Rev. Alfred Wigan 
of Luddesdowne, co. Kent, and Frederick Wigan of 
Hibernia Chambers, London, brothers, the Eiors. 



Henrietta, bom at Clare House, 
East Mailing, on Friday, 4 June, 
bapt at Ryarsh, co. Kent, on 
Thursday, 8 July 1830; died at 
Clare House, East Mailing, in her 
14th year, on Thursday, 18 April, 
bur. in the family vault at East 
Mailing on Wednesday, 24 April 
1844. 



Katherine, bom at Sutton Court Lodge, 
Chiswick, co. Middlesex, on Wednesday, 
17 October, bapt. at the parish church, 
Chiswick, on Wednesday, 7 November 
i860. _ 

Ellen Mary, bom at Sutton Court Lodge, 
Chiswick, on Tuesday, 3 June, bapt. at 
the parish church, Chiswick, on Friday, 
20 June 1862 ; marr. at East Sheen, co. 
Surrey (by the Rt Rev. Edward Stuart 
Talbot, Bishop of Rochester, assisted by 
the Rev. Walter Fumeaux, the Vicar, and 
the Rev. Herbert Wigan, cousin of the 
bride), on Satiu-day, 19 May 1900, the 
Rev. William Alexander Birkbeck of 
Penninghame, Raynes Park, Wimbledon, 
CO. Surrey (only son of John Addison 
Birkbeck of Newbold, co. Derby, by 
Sarah his wife, dau. of William Long- 
bottom of Leeds, co. York); bom at 
Newbold on Wednesday, 1 7 October, bapt. 
there on Sunday, 30 December 1866; 
educated privately and at Keble College, 
Oxford, and Hatfield Hall, Durham, 
matriculated (Keble) 19 October 1886, 
aged 20, Bj^. (Hatfield Hall) 1889. 



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Henry Charles Lewis Wigan, bom at Sutton Court 

Lodge, Chiswick, on Thursday, 14 January, bapt 

at the parish church, Chiswick, on Tuesday, 

2 February 1864; died at Elgin House, East- 

boume, aged 2 years and 10 months, on 

Wednesday, 10 October, bur. in the cemetery at 

Mortlake, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 16 October 

1866. __ 

Ethel Harriet, born at Clare Lawn, Upper Sheen, 
on Saturday, 31 March, bapt at East Sheen on 
Wednesday, 25 April 1866; marr. there (by the 
Rev. Francis William Wigan, Rector of Luddes- 
downe, cousin of the bride, assisted by the Rev. 
Albert Shadwell Shutte, the Vicar) on Wednesday, 
23 April 1890, Egerton Spencer Grey of the 
White House, Fairmile Park, Cobham, co. Surrey 
(3rd son of Lieut.-Colonel Francis Douglas Grey 
of The Angles, East Sheen, formerly of the 37th 
Regiment of Foot, by Sarah his wife, eldest 
dau. of Francis Mowatt of Trotton Place, co. 
Sussex, M*.P.); bom at Aldershot, co. Hants, on 
Saturday, 4 April, bapt at Holy Trinity, Pimlico, 
London, on Saturday, 23 May 1863 ; educated 
at Radley; Barrister-at-law of the Inner Temple 
1892, Official Receiver in Bankruptcy. 



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James Wigan of Cromwell House, Mortlake, co. Surrey ;< 
bom at Clare House, East Mailing, co. Kent, on 
Wednesday, 4 January, bapt at Ryarsh, co. Kent, on 
Wednesday, 15 February 1832; educated at King's 
School, Rochester, co. Kent; J. P. for co. Hertford; 
died at Cromwell House, Mortlake, aged 70, on 
Saturday, 8 March, bur. in the cemetery at Mortlake 
on Wednesday, 13 March 1902. Will dated i August 
1901, proved (Prin. Reg., 582, 1902) 4 April 1902, by 
Maria Bramley Heam Wigan, relict, James Lewis 
Wigan and Ernest Edward Wigan, sons, the Eiors. 




•Maria Bramley Heam, only dau. of 
Joshua James NichoUs of Blackheath, 
CO. Kent, by Juliet Mary Barbara his 
wife, dau. of Benjamin Belchambers 
of Smithfield, London ; bom at Black- 
heath Park on Tuesday, 2 October, 
bapt at the parish church, Old 
Charlton, co. Kent, on Thursday, 27 
December 1838; marr. at the parish 
church, Croydon, co. Surrey (by the 
Rev. John George Hodgson, the Vicar, 
assisted by the Rev. William Lewis 
Wigan, Vicar of East Mailing, brother 
of the bridegroom), on Thursday, 
7 January 1858. 



James Lewis Wigan of " Haverbrack,"- 
Bishop's Stortford, co. Hertford, and 
of " Portarlington," West Bourne- 
mouth, CO. Hants ; bom at Cromwell 
House, Mortlake, on Monday, 14 
November, bapt at Mortlake on 
Sunday, 11 December 1859; educated 
at Harrow and at Universi^ College, 
Oxford, matriculated 12 October 
1878, aged 18, B.A. 1881, M.A. 
1885 ; J.P. for CO. Hertford ; Captain 
ist (Herts) Volunteer Battalion 
Bedfordshire Regiment since 1894. 



-Frances Harriet Maud, 2nd dau. of the Rev. Laurence 
John Harrison, Vicar of Mortlake and East Sheen, both 
CO. Surrey, by Harriet Rowan his wife, dau. of John 
Smyth of " Pensylvania," Exeter, co. Devon, Captain 
Royal Engineers ; bom at Westboume Lodges Chelten- 
ham, CO. Gloucester, on Sunday, 3 Noveml^, bapt at 
St. Peter's, Leckhampton, ca Gloucester, on Tuesday, 
10 December 186 1 ; marr. at East Sheen (by the 
Rev. William Henry Hutchinson, Vicar of SS. Philip 
and James, Leckhampton, and Rural Dean, assisted by 
the Rev. Septimus Wigan, Vicar of East Mailing, uncle 
of the brid^oom, and the Rev. Albert Shadwell Shutte, 
the Vicar) on Tuesday, 8 June 1886. 



Arthur Lawford Wigan of 
Park, Windsor, co. Berks; 
bom at Clare Lawn, Upper 
Sheen, co. Surrey, on Monday, 
27 April, bapt. at East Sheen 
on Wednesday, 20 May 1868; 
educated at Eton and at Balliol 
Collie, Oxford, matriculated 19 
October 1886, aged 18, B.A. 
1890 (honours: 3rd-class Classical 
Mods. 1888, 3rd-class Classics 
1890), M.A. 1893. 



Forest-pBeatrice, 



eldest dau. of Colonel Charles Hervey Bagot, 
C.B., R.E., Deputy Inspector-General of Fortifications, by 
Laura Mildred his wife, eldest dau. of George Daniel; 
bom at Roorkhee, North-West Provinces, India, on Friday, 
II August, bapt at the Garrison Chapel, Roorkhee, on 
Monday, 2 October 1876; marr. at East Sheen (by the 
Rev. Walter Charles Edwaid Kynaston, assisted by the 
Rev. Herbert Wigan, cousin of the brid^iroom, and 
the Rev. Hyla Holden) on Wednesday, 29 July 1896. 



Joyce Madeline, bom at ** Fairlawn," Cobham, 
CO. Surrey, on Saturday, 22 January, bapt at 
Stoke d'Abemon, co. Surrey, on Saturday, 
19 February 1898. 



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Rev. Septimus Wigan of Thomham, co. Kent 
bom at Clare House, East Mailing, co. Kent, 
on Tuesday, i6 July, bapt. at Ryarsh, co. 
Kent, on Thursday, 22 August 1833 ; educated 
at King's School, Rochester, co. Kent, and 
at Trinity College, Cam(>ridge, matriculated 
in October 1852, aged 19, B.A. (3rd Senior 
Opt) 1856, M.A. 1859; Vicar of East Mailing 
1876-^6. 



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>ii-Sarah^ dau. of William Heniy Roberts of 
Wilton, CO. Norfolk, Surgeon, by Jane his 
wife, eldest dau. of Thomas Willett of 
Wilton; bom at Feltwell, co. Norfolk, on 
Wednesday, 10 October, bapt there on 
Sunday, 21 October 1827 ; marr. at SS. Peter 
and Paul, Mancroft, Norwich, co. Norfolk 
(by the Rev. Charles Turner, the Vicar), on 
Tuesday, 23 July 1861 ; died at the Vicarage, 
East Mailing, in her 63rd year on Monday, 
28 July, bur. at East Mailing, on Saturday, 
2 August 1890. 



Jane Maria, born at Cromwell House,i 
Mortlake, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 8 January,' 
bapt. at Mortlake on Sunday, 27 January 1861 ; 
marr. there, as his 2nd wife (by the Rev. 
Septimus Wigan, Vicar of East Mailing, uncle 
of the bride, assisted by the Rev. William Glen, 
Curate), on Wednesday, 24 April 1889, Octavius 
Leigh Leigh-Clare of Hindley Cottage, East 
Sheen, co. Surrey (8th son of William Clare of 
Hindley House, Walton Breck, co. Lancaster, 
by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Ralph Leigh of 
Hindley); bom at Hindley House, Walton 
Breck, on Tuesday, 6 July, bapt. at St George's, 
Everton, co. Lancaster, on Wednesday, 28 July 
1841 ; educated at Rossall and at St John's 
College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, i860. Scholar 1863, B.A. (Math, honours) 
1864; a Student of the Inner Temple 4 No- 
vember 1862, called to the Bar 26 January 
1866, Bencher 1900; assumed by deed 
enrolled in Chancery in 1889, the additional 
surname of Leigh before that of Clare; M.P. 
for CO. Lancaster (Eccles Division) 18 July 
1895 to January 1906; Vice-Chancellor of the 
County Palatine of Lancaster 11 August 1905. 
He marr. istly at Isleworth, co. Middlesex, 
18 August 1868, Harriet, dau. of William 
Huson of Liverpool; she died at Hindley 
Cottage, East Sheen, 25 June, and was bur. in 
the cemetery at Mortlake 29 June 1885. 



Eaiilyi born at Cromwell House, Mortlake, on 
Wednesday, 22 January, bapt. at Mortlake on 
Friday, 14 Febmary 1862. 



Herbert William-jOlaudia 
Wigan, bom at 
Cromwell House, 
Mortlake, on Mon- 
day, 2 March, 
bapt at Mortlake 
on Wednesday, 25 
March 1863; edu- 
cated at Harrow. 



Helen, youngest 
dau. of William Taylor 
of Ovemewton, near 
Melbourne, Australia 
(formerly of Ovemewton, 
CO. Lanark), by Helen 
Wilson his wife, dau. of 
Archibald Fisken of 
Bothwell, CO. Lanark ; 
bom at Ovemewton, near 
Melboume, on Saturday, 
6 October 1866, and 
bapt. there privately ; 
marr. at Mortlake (by 
the Rev. Albert Shadwell 
Shutte, Vicar of Henlow, 
CO. Bedford, assisted by 
the Rev. Stephen Rook- 
herst Wigan, cousin of 
the brid^joom), on 
Wednesday, 10 August 
1898. 



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Gwendolene Gaudia, 
bom at 17 East 95th 
Street, New York, 
U.S.A., on Tuesday, 
4 December, bapt. 
there privately on 
Saturday, 29 Decem- 
ber 1900. 



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James William Wigan, 
bom at Bayside, Long 
Island, New York, on 
Tuesday, 2 February, 
bapt at All Saints', 
Bayside, on Satiuxlay, 
5 March 1904. 



Madeline, bom at Clare Lawn, Upper Sheen, co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 29 June, bapt at East 
Sheen on Wednesday, 27 July 1870; died at Clare La¥m, Upper Sheen, aged 23, on Monday, 
23 October, bur. in the cemetery at Mortlake on Thursday, 26 October 1893. 



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Manan, bom at the 
Parsonage, Fring, 
CO. Norfolk, on 
Wednesday, 27 Au- 
gust, bapt at Fring 
on Wednesday, 24 
September 1862. 



Bertha, bom at the 
Parsonage, Fring, 
on Sunday, 22 No- 
vember 1863, bapt. 
at Fring on Sunday, 
10 January 1864. 



Rev. Stephen Rookherst Wigan 
of the Vicarage, Thomham, 
CO. Kent; bom at the Par- 
sonage, Fring, on Wednesday, 
7 June, bapt. at Fring on 
Sunday, 2 July 1865; edu- 
cated at Bournemouth, co. 
Hants, and at Christ's 
Collie, Cambridge, matricu- 
lated in October 1884, aged 
19, B.A. 1888, M.A. 1892; 
Vicar of Thomham and 
Rector of Allingham, co. 
Kent, since 1901. 



Grace, bom at 
Faversham, co. 
Kent, on Friday, 
21 September, 
and bapt there 
privately the same 
day, buried at 
Faversham on 
Saturday, 22 Sep- 
tember 1866. 



Ethel Ann, bom at 
Tettenhall Wood, co. 
Stafford, on Saturday, 
19 October, bapt. there 
on Sunday, 24 No- 
vember 1867; died in 
her 24th year on 
Thursday, 21 May, 
bur. at East Mailings 
CO. Kent, on Tuesday, 
26 May 1891. Admon 
was granted 18 May 
1894, to the Rev. 
Septimus Wigan, her 
fadier. 



Florence, born at Cromwell 
House, Mortlake, on Tuesday, 
13 February, b^ at Mortlake 
on Friday, 9 March, died at 
Cromwell House, Mortlake, aged 
3 months, on Wednesday, 23 
May, and bur. in the cemetery 
at Mortlake on Saturday, 26 
May 1866. 

Edith Mary, bom at Cromwell 
House, Mortlake, on Saturday, 
23 May, ha:pL at Mortlake on 
Friday, 19 June 1868. 



Beatrice, bom at Cromwell 
House, Mortlake, on Friday, 
II February, bapt. at Mortlake 
on Sunday, 6 March 1870. 



Emest Edward Wigan^Mabel Helen, eldest dau. of Robert 

of Oakley Lodge, """ ~* 

Weybridge, co. Surrey; 
born at Cromwell 
House, Mortlake, co. 
Surrey, on Saturday, 
22 October, bapt. at 
Mortlake on Friday, 
18 November 1864 ; 
educated at Rugby and 
at University College, 
Oxford, matriculated 
13 October 1883, aged 
18, B.A. (honours : 
4 Law) 1886, M.A. 
1890 ; admitted a 
Solicitor 1 89 1. 



Watson Willis of Hinxton House, 
East Sheen, co. Surrey, by Helen 
his wife, dau. of the Rev. John 
Graham, Fellow of St. John's 
College, Cambridge; bom at 
Beverley Villas, Barnes, co. Surrey, 
on Friday, 11 June, bapt. at the 
parish church, Barnes, on Wednes- 
day, 7 July 1869; marr. at East 
Sheen (by the Rev. Septimus 
Wigan, uncle of the bridegroom, 
assisted by the Rev. Herbert 
Wigan, cousin of the bridegroom) 
on Tuesday, 12 August 1902. 



Juliet Mabel Olga, bom at 
2 Temple Sheen, East 
Sheen, on Friday, 19 June, 
bapt. at East Sheen on 
Sunday, 26 July 1903. 



Helen Rosalind, bom at 
Oakley Lodge, Weybridge, 
on Friday, 30 June, bapt 
at Weybridge on Sunday, 
23 July 1905. 



Constance Helen, bom 
at Clare Lawn, Upper 
Sheen, on Friday, 12 
March, bapt at East 
Sheen on Saturday, 17 
April 1875. 



Edgar Clare Wigan, bom at Clare Lawn, Upper Sheen, on Tuesday, 
28 November 1876, bapt at East Sheen on Monday, i January 
1877 ; educated at Eton and at Lincoln College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated in October 1895 ; Captain 7th Battalion (The Prince Consort's 
Own) Rifle Brigade (Militia) 31 May 1902. 

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of Wllfiam SidMid 



Coiiham, co. ihau; bom 
Tettenhall Wood, co. SukSotd^ 
on Satarday, 30 October, bapc 
there on San^j, 2% November 
1S69 ; educated at Radiej and 
at Sc Fefer'a CoOege, Cam- 
bfk%e,matriciilated . 
Tcm, iStt, 



Oreccev by Lacy hs vxfey db 

General of liocea» Greece; 

S November 1S64, faopt. these 00 

marr. at Sc Thomas', Wz: 

Sepcimas Wigan, iufaer of the 

Rev. Stephen Rnnkhmt Wipnv bnjtfacr 

00 Tfanidaj, 24 Janoaqr 1895. 



Yaidl^ of Fitias^ 

Wood, Consnl- 

II Tnevkj, 

15 July 1865; 

Hants (by the Rev. 

rted far the 

of the fandegroomX 



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Cecil Rookhent Wlgan, bom at 

Milford Lodge^ Soatinea, co. 
Hants, 00 Monday, 51 Aapnt, 
bapt. at Spanhott, ca Bcria^ 00 
Suiidi^, iS October 18961 1898. 



I 
Evelyn 

Lodges Soothata, 00 Miaiilay, 

51 Janoary, bapt. at St Jnde^i^ 

10 ~ 



Lilian, born at Cromwen Hoose, Mortlake, ca Soncy, 00 Fiiday* 
3 May, bapt. at Mortlake 00 Friday, 31 Uxj 1872 ; man: there (by 
the Rev. Septinras Wi^pm, onde of the bride, aaisted by the 
Rev. Maitland KeOy of KeOy Hooae^ Liftoo, col Deion, coosin 
of the brid^proom, and the Rev. Herbert Wi^pm, Vicar of Dllnada^ 
CO. Oxford, cousin of the bride) on Wednesday, 10 October 1906^ 
Reginald Leigb Le^iOare of Sing^xvc^ Stnits Srttlfifnti (eUest 
son of Octavius L^gb Le^hOait^ YiofrChanceOor of the Comi^ 
Paktine of lanraftfr, by Hairiet his ist wife^ dan. of William 
Hnson of Liverpool); born at East Sheen, col Surrey, s April, 
bapt. there privatdy 6 April 1871 ; educate d at Sheibome and at 
Pembroke College, Cambndgev matiimtated in October r89a^ BJL 
1893; admitted a Solicitor a Fdiruaiy 1898^ 



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Cccfl 

bom at Oomvefl 
Ho osc^ Morthdbe^ cm 
Sondi^, 7 Jun^ bapt. 
at Mortlake on Toes- 
day, 7 July 1874; 
educated at Shertiome. 



I 
Oscar Stei>henWi9auv.y£didi Emily, and dan. of Jubal Heuy 



bom at Cromwell 
House, Mortlake, on 
Wednesday, a6 Sqv 
tember, bapt. at 
Mortlake on Friday, 
s6 October 1877 ; 
educated at Sherborne. 



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Edmonds of Pietennaiitibui^ Natal, 
Sooth Africa, by Emily Louisa his wife^ 
eldest dan. of Jacob Maas of St. Peter'i^ 
Isle of Thanet, co. Kent; bom at 
Durban, Natal, 39 August 1880^ and 
bapt. at Christ Chnrdi, Dmban; marr. 
at St. Saviour's Cadiedial, Pieter- 
maritzbuig, Natal (by die Way Rev. 
James Green, D.D., die Dean, agisted 
by die Rev. William OaikX 00 
Tuesday, 6 January 1905. 



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Algernon White W^pui, bom 
at Qoamdl House, Mortfake^ 
on Tuesday, 30 SqMember, 
bi^ at Mordake on Friday, 
3r October 1879; fdncated 
at Haiiov. 



Gerald Wi^m, bom at Crom- 
well House, Mordak^ on 
Monday, 3 July, bapt at 
Mortlake on Friday, 38 Jufy 
1882 ; rdaratfd at SherboriK. 



Beatrice Edith, bom at Jeppestown, Johannesburg; 
South Africa, on Sunday, 3 January, bapt at St 
Mar/s, Jeppotown, on Sunday, 7 February 1904. 



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ARMSTRONG. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms, — Quarterly: ist and 4th, Gules 
a tildng-spear in fesse or headed argent between two dexter 
arms embowed in armour couped at the shoulders fessewise 
hands apaum^ proper, Armstrong; 2nd and 3rd, Aigent 
a fesse raguly between two crosses botonny in chief and a 
martlet in base gules, Watson. 

Crests, — I, A dexter arm embowed in armour encircled at the elbow by 
a wreath of oak the hand grasping a hammer all proper, 
Armstrong ; 2, In front of a dexter arm embowed in armour 
the hand in a gauntlet proper grasping a palm branch slipped 
vert a martlet between two crosses botoimy gules, Watson. 

Supporters. — On either side a smith habited and holding over the 
shoulder in the exterior hand a sledge-hammer all proper. 

Mottoes. — I, Fords in armis, Armstrong ; 2, Deum time regem 
honore, Watson. 



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John Watscm (son-pDorodiy 
of William Watson 
of Adderstone Hall, 
CO. Northumber- 
land) ; bom at 
Adderstone in 1760; 
Captain 76th Regi- 
ment of Foot ao 
February 1 793 ; died 
in 1798, bur. at 
Nottingham. 



Arms M r§cord in tks CoUig* rf Arms.—AjjBBSii a 
fetie ngnly between two croiiet botonny in cfaia and 
a martlet in base gules. 

Crest, — In front of a dexter arm embowed in armour 
the hand in a gauntlet proper grasping a palm branch 
slipped vert a martlet between two crosses botonny gules. 

M9ii0. — Deum time regem honore. 



Henrietta, dau. of 
Henry Grey of Shoreston 
House, CO. Northumber- 
land ; marr. at Bamburgh, 
CO. Northumberland, 17 
August 1795; ^^^ ^ 
Fulham, ca Middlesex, 
aged 80, on Good Friday, 
a8 March, bur. in the 
churchyard at Fulham 
3 April 1850. Admon was 
granted (P.CC.) 23 -^>ril 
1850, to William Henry 
Watson. 



Anne, dau. of^^^^^ Sir William Henry Watson, a Baron of the-pMary, youngest dau. 



William Arm- 
strong of New- 
castle-on-Tyne, co. 
Northumberland, 
and sister of 
William George, 
ist Baron Arai- 
strone of Cragside, 
Rothbury, co. 
Northumberland, 
C.B., F.R.S. ; 
bom 30 Septem- 
ber 1802 ; marr. 
at Newcastle-on- 
Tyne 17 August 
1826 ; died at 
Hastings, co. Sus- 
sex, on Monday, 
I June 1828, bur. 
there, ist wife. 



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Exchequer (only child); bom at Nottingham i July 
1796 ; educated at the Royal Military College, Marlow; 
entered the Army as Comet ist Royal Dragoons 1811, 
Lieutenant 181 2, served in Spain and France under 
the Duke of Wellington ; exchanged to 6th Dragoons 
13 April 18 1 5, with whom he served in Belgium and 
France, and was present at the entry of the allied armies 
into Paris; a Student of Lincoln's Inn 19 June 181 7, 
called to the Bar 8 June 1832, Bencher 1843-56, Q.C. 
1843; M.P. for Kinsale 9 July 1841 to 23 July 1847, 
and for Hull 18 August 1854 to 3 November 1856; 
Serjeant-at-Law November 1856 ; appointed Baron of 
the Court of Exchequer 3 November, and knighted at 
Windsor Castle 28 November 1856; Author of two 
legal works; died, aged 64, 13 March i860, having 
been seized with apoplexy after charging the Grand 
Jury at Welshpool, co. Montgomery, the previous 
day, bur. at Welshpool. Admon (with will and 
codicil dated 15 October 1859) was granted (Prin. 
Reg., 284, 60) 7 April i860, to John William Watson 
of II Eaton Square, London, son, and one of the 
residuary legatees named in will. 



of Anthony Capron 
of Midhurst, co. Sus- 
sex (who afterwards 
assumed the name of 
HoUist); bom 6 April 
1806; marr. at Mid- 
hurst (by the Rev. 
Edward Aislabie Om- 
manney) on Saturday, 
6 August 1831 ; died 
at Midhurst, in her 
73rd year, on Friday, 
13 December, bur. at 
Easeboume, co. Sussex, 
18 December 1878. 
Will dated II April 
1872, proved at 
Chichester 3 January 
1879, by William 
Henry Watson of 
Midhurst, Major in 
the Royal Artillery, 
son, one of the ESors. 
2nd wife. 



John William Watson of Adderstone Hall, co. North- 
umberland, and of 65 Eccleston Square, London; born 
23 May, bapt. at All Saints', Newcastle-on-Tyne, 
4 September 1827; educated at Eton and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1849; J. P. for co. Northum- 
berland since 1896. 



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-Maigaret Godman, eldest surviving dau. 
of Patrick Persse FitzPatrick of Fitz 
Leet House, Bognor, co. Sussex, by 
Margaret his wife, dau. of Joseph 
Godman; bom 9 June 1833; marr. at 
St George's, Hanover Square, London, 
on Thur^lay, 5 May 1859. 



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Colonel William Henry Watson of Minsted, near Midhurst,-pAmy, younger dau. of Nathaniel 



CO. Sussex; bom 26 May 1834; educated at Eton; entered 
the Army as 2nd Lieutenant Royal Artillery 21 December 
1853, Lieutenant 20 June 1854, Captain i April i860, 
Major and Brevet Lieut-Colonel 5 July 1872, Lieut-Colonel 
23 July 1879, Hon. Colonel 4 October 1879; served in the 
Crimea 1854 to February 1855, including batUe of Inkerman 
and siege and fall of Sebastopol (medal with two clasps 
and Turkish medal) ; died at 28 Chester Square, London, 
aged 65, on Thursday, 28 December 1899, bur. at Stedham, 
CO. Sussex, on Monday, i January 1900. Will dated 
3 June 1898, proved at Chichester 28 March 1900, by 
William Thomas Johnson, one of the Ei^ors. 



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Weekes of Mangrove, Barbadoes, 
West Indies, and of "Guillards 
Oak," Midhurst, co. Sussex, 
formerly of 9th Lancers, J. P. for 
CO. Sussex ; bom at Leamington, 
CO. Warwick, 25 July 1844; 
marr. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London (by the Rev. 
William Haydon, Incumbent 
of Midhurst, assisted by the 
Rev. John Cole, Vicar of Kird- 
ford, CO. Sussex), on Saturday, 
25 August 1866. 



John Capron Watson, bom at Freshwater, Isle 
of Wight, on Friday, 2 August 1867 ; entered 
the Army as Lieutenant Royal Artillery 
24 July 1886, Captain 3 July 1897 ; served in 
South African War, killed at Wilmans Rust, 
Transvaal, South Africa, 12 June 1901. Will 
dated i January 1900, proved (Prin. R^., 
i378» 1 901) 14 November 1901, by Barnard 
Thornton Hodgson, Barrister-at-Law, and 
William Thomas Johnson, the Eitors. 



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Arthur Watson, bom at Freshwater, Isle of 
Wight, on Tuesday, 4 August 1868 ; entered 
the Army as 2nd Lieutenant South Stafford- 
shire Regiment 23 March 1889, Lieutenant 
25 June 1890, C2^>tain 1896; served as a 
Naval Cadet in H.M.S. "Euryalus'' in 
Egyptian War 1884, at Suakim (medal, bronze 
star); died at Thayet Myo, Burmah, India, 
aged 29, on Saturday, 30 April 1898, bur. there. 



William Henry Armstrong FitzPatrick Watson-Armstrong, Baron-pWinifreda Jane, eldest 
Armstrong of Bam burgh and Cragside, co. Northumberland; bom ; dau. of General Sir John 
at 65 Eccleston Square, London, on Sunday, 3 May, bapt at 
St. Gabriel's, Warwick Square, Pimlico, London, i June 1863; 
educated at Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1882, B.A. 1885, M.A. 1889; J.P. and D.L. for 
CO. Northumberland, High Sheriff 1899, J.P. for Newcastle-on-Tyne, 
County Councillor for Rothbury Division, co. Northumberland, 
Hon. D.C.L. Durham 1901 ; received Hon. Freedom of Newcastle- 
on-Tyne 1901 ; Major Northumberland Hussars (Imperial Yeomanry) 
from 1902; a Commissioner for the River Tyne; Chairman of 
Rothbury Urban and District Councils; Director of the Elswick 
Works and of the North-Eastem Railway Company ; Patron of the 
living of Bam burgh ; assumed by Royal Licence dated i June 1889, 
the additional surname and arms of Armstrong; created Baron 
Armstrong of Bamburgh and Cragside, co. Northumberland, in the 
Peerage of the United Kingdom, 30 July 1903. 



Miller Adye,G.C.B., by 
Mary Cordelia his wife, 
eldest dau. of Vice- 
Admiral the Hon^e 
Sir Montagu Stopford, 
K.C.B. (son of James 
George, 3rd Earl of 
Courtown, K.P., P.C); 
bom at Madras, India, 
23 October i860 ; 
marr. at St. Saviour's, 
St George's Square, 
London, on Satiu-day, 
15 June 1889. 



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William John Montagu Watson-Armstrong, 
bom at Cragside on ^Monday, 10 October, 
bapt. at All Saints', Rothbury, 10 November 
1892. 

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Winifreda Margaret, bom at Cragside 
on Thursday, 27 September, bapt. at 
All Saints', Rothbury, 24 October 1894. 



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Philip Sherard Watson ofr^Muriel 
Minstedf near Midhurst, co. 
Sussex; bom at Southsea, co. 
Hants, on Saturday, 28 August 
1869 ; entered the Royal Navy 
as a Cadet 15 January 1883, 
Midshipman 15 February 1885, 
Sub-Lieutenant 14 February 
1889, Lieutenant i January 
1892, retired 13 January 1904 ; 
J.P. for CO. Sussex 1905. 



Gertrude, 5th dau. of Joseph Godman of Park Hatch, 
CO. Surrey, of Merston Manor, co. Sussex, and of Ness Side, 
Inverness, J.P. and D.L. for co. Surrey, and J.P. for the 
counties of London and Sussex, by Gertrude Henrietta Eliza 
his ist wife, eldest dau. of Nathaniel Weekes of "Guillards 
Oak,*' Midhurst, J.P. for co. Sussex ; born at Queen's Gate, 
South Kensington, London, 6 February 1875 ; marr. at 
St Peter's, Eaton Square, London (by the Rev. Canon 
Vernon Musgrave, assisted by the Rev. John Storrs), on 
Wednesday, 6 August 1902. 



William Arthur Capron Watson, 
bom at 62 Chester Square, London, 
on Wednesday, 29 July 1903. 



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Erica Sylvia, born at 
Ryde, Isle of Wight, 
24 July 1905. 



II . . 

Margaret Henrietta FitzPatnck, born at 
65 Eccleston Square, London, 5 December 
1864, bapt. at St. Gabriel's, Warwick Square, 
London, 5 January 1865; died at 65 
Eccleston Square, aged 6 weeks, on Mon- 
day, 16 January, bur. at West Lavington, 
CO. Sussex, 21 January 1865. 



Mary Edwina FitzPatnck, bora at 65 
Eccleston Square, London, on Wednesday, 
21 April, bapt. at St Gabriel's, Warwick 
Square, London, 25 May 1869; died at 
65 Eccleston Square, aged i year and 
9 months, on Sunday, 15 January, bur. at 
West Lavington 21 January 187 1. 



Susan Dorothea FitzPatrick, bom at 65 Eccleston 
Square, London, 27 March, bapt at St Gabriel's, 
Warwick Square, London, 29 April 1873; marr. 
at St George's, Hanover Square, London (bv the 
Rt Rev. Edgar Jacob, Bishop of St. Albans, 
assisted by the Rev. the Hon"« Robert Grimston, 
brother-in-law of the bridegroom, and the 
Rev. Frank Long, Vicar of Lucker, co. North- 
umberland), on Monday, 7 December 1903, 
William Noel Villiers of Westwood Hall, Wooler, 
CO. Northumberland (3rd son of the Rev. Charles 
Villiers, Rector of Croft, co. York, by Florence 
Mary his wife, sister of William Amhurst, ist 
Baron Amherst of Hackney); born 24 December 
1864. 



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Arms,~^SMe on a mount vert two suigs erect respecting each other aigent 

attired collared and chain reflexed over the back or. 
Cnst, — A demi-stag ermine attired collared and chained as in arms. 



Rev. Canon William Fisher (son of the Rev. Prebendary Philip Fisher,' 
D.D., Fellow of University College, Oxford, and Master of Charter- 
house 1803-42, Prebendary of Norwich Cathedral 1814-42, Precentor 
of Salisbury and Rector of West Deeping, co. Lincoln, and of Elton, 
CO. Huntingdon, by Mary his wife, dau. of Dr. Roberts) ; bapt at Elton 
20 March 1799; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 8 April 1815, 
aged 16, Student 1815-23, B.A. 18 19, M.A. 1821 ; Rector of Poulshot, 
CO. Wilts, I February 1823 until his death. Canon of Salisbury 1834. 
He marr. 2ndly at St. George's, Hanover Square, London, on Tuesday, 
18 November 1862, Mary Sullivan, 3rd dau. of John Dalton of 
Sleningford Park, co. York, and of FUlingham Castle, co. Lincohi, and 
wid6w of Charles Preston. He died at Poulshot on Tuesday, 9 June, 
and was bur. there 15 June 1874. Will dated 28 February 1866, proved 
at Salisbury 10 July 1874, by Mary Sullivan Fisher, relict, and Herbert 
William Fisher of East Blatchington, co. Sussex, son, the Etors. 



,-j-Eli2abethy dau. of 
the Rev. William 
Cookson, D.D., 
Canon of Windsor, 
by Dorothy Cooper 
his wife; died at 
Poulshot 19 No- 
vember, bur. there 
26 November 185 1. 
ist wife. 



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Emmeline, bom 19 April, bapt at 
Poulshot (by her father) 29 April 1825; 
marr. at Salisbury Cathedral 2 Tuly 
1850, the Rev. Charles Hinxman (2nd 
son of Edward Hinxman of Dumford 
House, CO. Wilts, J.P. and D.L., 
by Delita his wife, dau. of the Very 
Rev. Charles Ekins, Dean of 
Salisbury); born at Dumford House 
20 July 181 1 ; of Balliol College, 
Oxford, matriculated 11 December 
1829, aged 18, B.A. 1835, ^A. 
1861 ; Rector of Barford St Martin, 
CO. Wilts, 1860-86; died 13 January, 
bur. at Whitchurch Canonicorum, co. 
Dorset, 17 January 1903. Will dated 
17 July 1902, proved at Blandford 
5 March 1903, by Lionel Hinxman, 
son, the sole E5(or. She died at the 
Rectory, Barford St. Martin, on 
Sunday, 3 April, and was bur. at 
Barford St. Martin 7 April 1864. 



Herbert William Fisher of Whitley^Mary Louisa, 



Ridge, Brockenhurst, CO. Hants; bom 
30 July, bapt at Poulshot ^by his 
father) 11 September 1826; educated 
at Charterhouse and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 31 May 1844, 
aged 17, Student 1845-62, B.A. 1848 
(ist-class Classics), M.A. 185 1, Tutor 
1851 ; a Student of the Inner Temple 
II January 1853, called to the Bar 17 
November 1855 ; Vice-Warden of the 
Stannaries of Cornwall and Devon 
from 1870 until the abolition of that 
office in 1895 ; Private Secretary and 
Keeper of the Privy Seal to H.R.H. 
the Prince of Wales (now King 
Edward VH.) 1861-70; J.P. for co. 
Sussex 1903; died at his residence, 
19 Second Avenue, Hove, co. Sussex, 
on Saturday, 17 January, bur. at 
Brockenhurst 23 January 1903. Will 
dated 28 July 1878, proved at Lewes 
9 February 1903, by Mary Louisa 
Fisher, relict, the sole Executrix. 



2nd daughter 
of John Jack- 
son, M.D., by 
Maria his wife, 
dau. of James 
Pattle of the 
Ben^ Civil 
Service; bom 
at Calcutta, 
India, 30 De- 
cember 1841 ; 
marr. at Hen- 
don, CO. Mid- 
dlesex (by the 
Rev. Charles 
Hinxman), on 
Tuesday, 5 
August 1862. 



Florence Henrietta, bom 31 January, bapt at St. Paul's, Onslow Square, London, 26 March 
1864; marr. at Brockenhurst (by the Rev. Egerton Frederic Daniell) on Tuesday, 
20 July 1886, Frederic William Maitland, LL.D. (only son of John Gorham Maitland, 
Barrister-at-Law of Lincoln's Inn, by Emma his wife, dau. of John Frederic Daniell, F.R.S.) ; 
bom on Tuesday, 28 May 1850; of Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1869, B.A. 1873, M.A. 1876, LL.D. 1891 ; Reader in English Law, Cambridge 
University, and Examiner in Moral Sciences 1878-79; a Student of Lincoln's Inn 6 June 
1872, called to the Bar 17 November 1876; Professor of Law (Downing) to Cambridge 
University 1888. =?= 

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Edmund Conroy 
Fisher, bom i8 
January, bapt 
at Poulshot, CO. 
Wilts (by his 
fatherX 26 Feb- 
ruary 1828; died 
at Charterhouse, 
London, 1 7 April, 
bur. in the 
Cloisters there 
22 April 1842. 
M.I. The re- 
mains being 
subsequently re- 
mo ved to Woking 
Cemetery, co. 
Surrey. M.I. 



Colonel Arthur k Court Fisher, C.B. ; bom at 
16 January, bapt there (by hb father) 18 February 1830 ; 
educated at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich ; 
entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant, Royal Engineers 

1 October 1847, Lieutenant 5 July 185 1, Captain 23 
February 1856, Brevet Major 2 September 1858, Brevet 
Lieut-Colonel 13 February 1861, Brevet Colonel 15 Feb- 
ruary 1869, Brevet Major 5 July 1872, Lieut-Colonel 

2 April 1873; served at the siege of Sebastopoi from May 
1855, and led a storming party in the assault of 18 June 
(medal with clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honour, 
Turkish medal, 5th-class of the Medjidie and Brevet of 
Major); served in China from December 1857 until the 
close of the war in i860, having commanded the Royal 
Engineers in the Expedition to North China in 1859, 
and at the attack on the Peiho Forts 25 June; was 
afterwards employed reconnoitring the coast of Pehchili ; 
in January i860 was appointed one of the AIHed 
Commissioners for the Govemment of Canton; served 
with the Force under Sir Hope Grant in the campaign of 
i860 (Brevet of Lieut.-Colonel and C.B.) ; died at Reay 
House, Inverness, aged 49, on Sunday, 2 November 
1879, bur. at Tomnaheurich, Invemess. Confirmation 
of the Commissariot of Invemess dated 4 February 1880, 
of Caroline Eden or Fisher of Reay House, Inverness, 
widow, as Executrix nominate of Arthur k Court Fisher 
of Reay House, Colonel in the Royal Engineers, dated 
12 February 1880. 



PoulshotjOu-oline, 



dau. of 
the Most Rev. 
Robert Eden, 
Bishop of Moray, 
Ross and Caith- 
ness, Primus of 
the Church in 
Scotland, by 
Emma his wife, 
dau. of Justice 
James Allan 
Park ; bom at 
Messing, co. 
Essex, 25 April, 
bapt. there 31 
May 1831 ; mar- 
ried at Leigh, 
CO. Essex, on 
Thursday, 1 1 
September 185 1. 



Arthur William 
Fisher, born at 
Gibraltar 23 Sep- 
tember 1852, 
and bapt. at 
the Military 

Chapel, Gibral- 
tar ; educated at 
Wellington. 



Alice Elizabeth, bom at Gibraltar 9 February 1855, ^"^ ^P'- there; 
marr. at the Cathedral, Invemess (by the Rev. Canon Frederick 
Dobree Teesdale), on Tuesday, 19 August 1879, James Allan Park 
(eldest son of the Rev. James Allan Park, Vicar of Methwold, co. 
Norfolk); bom at Stainton on Saturday, 20 August 1853; entered the 
Army as Lieutenant 42nd Royal Highlanders (Black Watch) 5 June 1876 ; 
died from wounds received in the battle of Tel-el-Kebir, on board the 
hospital ship ''Carthage,'' at Ismailia, Egypt, aged 29, on Sunday, 
17 September 1882. Will dated 2 August 1882, proved (Prin. R^., 
935, 82) 15 December 1882, by Alice Elizabeth Park of 12 Maitland Street, 
Edinburgh, relict, and William Atherton Park of Leybum Hall, Bedale, 
CO. York, a Colonel in H.M. Army, uncle, the E*ors. 



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Herbert Albert Laurens Fisher, born at Onslow=«Lettice, eldest dau. of Sir Courtenay 

Square, London, 21 March, bapt. at St Paul's, Peregrine Ilbert, K.C.S.I., CLE., Clerk 

Onslow Square, 4 May 1865 (Sponsor: of the House of Commons, by Jessie his 

H.R.H. the Prince of Wales [now King wife, dau. of the Rev. Charles Bradley; 

Edward VII.]); educated at Winchester and at bom at 19 South wick Street, Oxford Square, 

New College, Oxford, matriculated 28 October London, 14 June 1875 ; marr. at the 

1884, aged 19, Scholar 1883-88, Fellow and B.A. Church of the Annunciation, Bryanston 

1888 (ist-class Classical Mods. 1886, ist-class Street, London (by the Very Rev. George 

Classics 1888), M.A. 1891, Tutor 1890; Author Granville Bradley, Dean of Westminster, 

of "The Mediaeval Empire," 1898, "Studies in assisted by the Rev. Edward Bickcrsteth 

Napoleonic Statesmanship," 1903. Ottley), on Thursday, 6 July 1899. 

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Eda Eleanor, bom 14 July, bapt. at Poulshot, co. Wilts (by her father), 22 July 1831 ; marr. at 
Salisbury Cathedral (by the Rt. Rev. Edward Denison, Bishop of Salisbury) on Tuesday, 
15 January 1850, the Ven***' Francis Lear (eldest son of the Very Rev. Francis Lear, Dean of 
Salisbury, by Isabella Mary his wife, dau. of the Rt. Rev. Henry William Majendie, Bishop 
of Bangor); bom at Downton, co. Wilts, 23 August 1823, and hapt there; educated at 
Winchester and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 12 May 1842, aged 18, B.A. 1846, M.A. 
1849; Rector of Bishopstone, co. Wilts, from 1850, Rural Dean of Chalke 1852, Prebendary of 
Salisbury 1856-64, Chancellor 1861-64, Examining Chaplain to Bishop of Salisbury 1885, 
Canon Residentiary of Salisbury 1862, Precentor 1864-75, Archdeacon from 1875. She di^ 
at The Close, Salisbury, 24 January, and was bur. in the Cloisters, Salisbury Cathedral, 
28 January 1892. =?= 



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Annie Caroline Ann, 
bom at Beyton, co. 
Suffolk, 5 May 1858, 
and bapt there ; 
marr. at Singapore, 
Straits Settlements, 
on Thursday, 17 
November 1887, 
William Macbean of 
Singapore, eldest son 
of Matthew Fletcher 
Macbean, H.B.M. 
Vice-Consul at Leg- 
horn, Italy. 



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Ethel Mary, Charles Sidney Dalton Fisher, bom at Chatham, co. 

bom at Kew, Kent, on Tuesday, 20 March, bapt at Salisbury Cathedral 

CO. Surrey, 22 May 1866; educated at Glenalmond; entered the 

14 February, Army as 2nd Lieutenant The Duke of Cambridge's Own 

bapt. there 15 (Middlesex Regiment) 18 June 1894, Lieutenant 10 May 

March 1862. 1899, Captain 15 December 1900; served in South 

African War 1899-1902, with 2nd Battalion Middlesex 

Regiment, and was present in the engagements at Spion 

Kop, Colenso (second action), Hlangwane, Pieter's Hill 

and the relief of Ladysmith; took part in the advance 

through Northem Natal, including the engagements at 

Van Wyk, Botha's Pass, Allemanns Nek, and subsequent 

affairs (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 

8 February 1901, Queen's medal with six clasps, King's 

medal with two clasps). 



Arthur Alexander Fisher, bom at Brockenhurst, 
CO. Hants, 10 August 1866, and bapt at 
Salisbury Cathedral (Sponsor: H.R.H. the Princess 
of Wales [now Queen Alexandra] ) ; educated at 
Winchester and at Christ Church, Oxford (matricu- 
lated 30 May 1885, aged 18), and at the Royal 
Military College, Saiidhurst; entered the Army as 
2nd Lieutenant The Prince of Wales' Own (West 
Yorkshire Regiment) 14 September 1887, Lieutenant 
6 November 1889, Captain 20 Febmary 1895 ; 
employed with Egyptian Army i February 1894 to 
17 October 1896 (medal, Egyptian medal); employed 
in Uganda Protectorate 9 January 1898 to 28 March 
1900 (medal); Special Service Rhodesian Field 
Force 29 May 1900; Qualified Interpreter in Arabic; 
served as Special Service Officer South African War 
1900 (medal with two clasps) ; died at Chiswick, co. 
Middlesex, on Wednesday, 12 March, bur. there 
17 March 1902. Admon was granted at the 
Principal Registry 12 April 1902, to Herbert William 
Fisher, J.P. 

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Emmeline Mary, bom at Onslow 
Square, London, 27 July, bapt at 
Frant, co. Sussex, 13 September 1868. 



Adeline Maria, bom 16 July 1870; 
marr. at All Saints', Hove, co. Sussex 
(by the Rev, William Archibald 
Spooner, Fellow and Tutor of New 
College, Oxford, assisted by the Rev. 
Prebendary Peacey, the Vicar), on 
Saturday, 9 October 1897, Ralph 
Vaughan Williams (2nd son of the 
Rev. Arthur Charles Vaughan Williams, 
Vicar of Down Ampney, co. Wilts, 
by Margaret Susan his wife, dau. of 
Josiah Wedgwood of Leith Hill Place, 
Dorking, co. Surrey); bom at Down 
Ampney 12 October 1872; of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, matriculated 1892, 
B.A. 1895. 



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Elizabeth Mary (Lily), jrd dau. of^Rev. Wilfred Fisher,- 
Hasler Hollist of Lodsworth, co. bom at Poulshot, co. 



Sussex, J.P. and D.L., by Frances 
Georgiana his wife, dak of Sir 
Francis Molyneux Ommaney ; 
bom 13 December 1840; inarr. 
at Lodsworth (by the Rt Rev. 
Samuel Wilberforce, Bishop of 
Oxford, assisted by the Rev. 
Leopold Stanley Clarke, the Vicar) 
on Wednesday, 2 October 1861 ; 
died s.p. at Lustleigh, co. Devon, 
on Wednesday, 19 April 1899, 
and bur. there. M.L ist wife. 



Wilts, 19 November, 
bapt there (by his 
father) 34 November 
1832 ; educated at 
Charterhouse and at 
Christ Church, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 12 
June 185 1, aged 18, 
Student 1853-62, B. A. 
1855, M.A. 1858 ; 
Rector of Westwell, 
CO. Oxford, 1861-80. 



-Jeannette, dau. of Maurice Doellinger 
of Munich, Germany, Captain in Uie 
Brazillian Army (and niece of the 
Rt Rev. Professor Johann Joseph 
Ignaz von Doellinger, D. D., 
D.C.L., &c.), by Johanna his wife, 
dau. of Frederic Ringler of Waller- 
stein, Wiirtemberg, Germany; bom 
at Wallerstein 6 January 1858, and 
bapt. at Munich ; marr. at St 
Luke's, Torquay, co. Devon (by the 
Rev. William Skinner Boyle, the 
Vicar), on Tuesday, 27 February 
1900. 2nd wife. 



Frederick k Court Fisher of^-Emma Lucy Athela, 2nd dau. of the Rev. John Edward Alexander 

69 Fountain Road, Edg- Inge, M.A., M.R.A.S., Rector of Gay ton-le- Marsh, co. Lincoln; 

baston, co. Warwick; bom bom 11 December 1863; marr. at Gayton-le-Marsh (by the 

at Hedgefield House, Rev. Frederick Young, Rector of Llanfoist, co. Monmouth, 

Invemess, on Monday, assisted by the Rev. Edward George Boultbee Inge, Rector 

I December 1873, and bapt of Bradfield St George, co. Suffolk) on Thursday, 11 September 

at Invemess ; educated at 1902. 
Bedford Grammar School. 



Edmund Montagu^Janie Magdalene, dau. of Douglas William 



Prinsep Fisher of 
5 Swan Walk, Chel- 
sea, CO. Middlesex ; 
born at Onslow 
Square, London, 
13 January 1872; 
educated at Hailey- 
bury; Architect 



Freshfield of Kidbrooke Park, and of Wych 
Cross Place, East Grinstead, both co. Sussex, 
and of I Airlie Gardens, South Kensington, 
London, M.A., F.R.G.S., by Augusta 
Charlotte his wife, dau. of William Ritchie; 
bom at Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent, on 
Monday, 20 September 1875; marr. at Forest 
Row, CO. Sussex (by the Rev. Albert John 
Swainson, assisted by the Rev. Gerald Warre 
Warre-Comish), on Tuesday, 6 June 1899. 



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Hervey George Stanhope 
Fisher of 25 Cheyne 
Walk, Chelsea; bom at 
Saxonbury, co. Sussex, 1 1 
August 1873; educated 
privately and at Balliol 
College, Oxford. 



John Hervey Fisher, bom at i Trevor 
Square, Knightsbridge, London, on 
Wednesday, 11 April, bapt at Forest 
Row 18 June 1900. 



Roderick Charles Fisher, bom 
at Ashdown Place, Forest Row, 
on Sunday, 21 September, 
bapt at Chelsea Old Church 
19 November 1902. 



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Magdalene, bom at 
5 Swan Walk, 
Chelsea, on Satur- 
day, 21 November 
1903. 



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Albert Bulteel Fisher of Court Hill, Potteme, co. Wilts ,^Edith, 6th dau. of John Henry 



bom at The Close, Salisbury, co. Wilts, 4 May, bapt. 
at Salisbury Cathedral 3 June 1835 f educated at 
Winchester and at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 
matriculated 18 June 1852, aged 17, Scholar 1853, B.A. 
1857, M.A. 1859, Fellow 1863-77; J.P. for co. Wilts; 
died at Court Hill, Potteme, 20 July, bur. at Potteme 
25 July 1906. Will dated 2 September 1905, proved 
at Salisbury 5 September 1906, by Edith Fisher, relict, 
and Dora Fisher, spinster, daughter, the Executrixes. 



Eleanor Mary, bom at Court 
Hill, Potteme, on Friday, 
4 January, bapt at Potteme 
14 February 1878; died at 
Court Hill, Potteme, aged 3^ 
years, on Monday, 20 June 
1 88 1, bur. at Potteme. 



Evelyn Arthur Fisher, 
bom at Court Hill, 
Potteme, on Wednes- 
day, 13 March, bapt 
at Potteme 22 May 
1879 ; educated at 
SaUsbury. 



Jacob of The Close, Salisbury, J.P. 
and D.L., by Henrietta Sophia his 
wife, dau. of John Denison, M.P. ; 
bom at The Close, Salisbury, 
30 September, bapt. at Salisbury 
Cathedral 4 November 1850; 
marr. there (by the Rt Rev. George 
Moberley, Bishop of Salisbury) on 
Thursday, i February 1877. 



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Dora, bom at Court Hill, Potteme, 
on Tuesday, 12 October, b^)t at 
Potteme 14 November 1880. 



Ruth, bom at Court Hill, Potteme, 
I October, bapt at Potteme 11 
November 1884. 



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Leveson Evelyn- 
Cecil Fisher of 
Brooklands, New 
Westminster,British 
Columbia ; bora 
at Poulshot, CO. 
Wilts, on Friday, 
14 August, bapt 
there 10 September 
1863; educated at 
Uppingham. 



■Minnie, sth dau. of 
John Hill of Liver- 
pool, by Eliza his wife, 
dau. of David King of 
George Town,Demerara, 
British Guiana ; bom at 
Birkenhead, co. Chester, 
16 December 1859, and 
bapt there by the 
Rev. James Towers ; 
marr. at St Peter's, 
Bournemouth, co. Hants 
(by the father of the 
bridegroom, assisted by 
the Ven*»'« Francis Lear, 
Archdeacon of Salis- 
bury), 2 January 1895. 



Emmeline Violet Agneta, bom at Lyndhurst, 
CO. Hants, 5 August, bapt at Emery Down, 
CO. Hants, 14 September 1864; marr. at 
St Peter's, Boiunemouth (by the Ven^ Francis 
Lear), 25 August 1892, Robert Arthur Cholmeley 
of Thomhagh, Swanage, co. Dorset (elder son 
of the Rev. James Cholmeley, by Flora his 
wife, dau. of the Rev. Arthur John Macleane, 
D.D., Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge); 
bom at the Rectory, Swaby, co. Lincohi, on 
Friday, 3 May, bapt at Swaby on Trinity 
Sunday, 16 June 1867; educated at Highgate 
School and at Keble College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 19 October 1886, aged 19, Exhibitioner 

1887, B.A. 1890 (2nd-class Classical Mods. 

1888, 3rd-class Classics 1890), M.A. 1895. 



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William Wordsworth Fisher, bom at 
Blatchinston Court, co. Sussex, 26 
March, bapt at East Blatchington 
2 May 1875; educated on board 
H.M.S. "Britannia"; entered the 
Royal Navy as a Cadet 15 July 
1888, Midshipman 15 October 
1890, Sub-Lieutenant 14 July 1894, 
Lieutenant H.M.S. "Excellent" 30 
June 1896 and H.M.S. "Venerable" 
12 January 1904, Commander 
June 1906, appointed to H.M.S. 
"Albemarle" 1906. 



Charles Dennis Fisher, bom 
at Blatchington Court 19 
June, bapt. at East Blatching- 
ton 4 August 1877 ; educat^ 
at Westminster School and 
at Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 1896, B.A. 
1900, M.A. 1903, elected 
Tutor, Christ Church, 1903 ; 
played for Oxford XI. 1900. 



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Cordelia, bom at Whitley 
Ridge, Brockenhurst, co. 
Hants, 27 July, bapt at 
Brockenhurst 7 September 
1879. _ 

Edwin Fisher, bom at 
Whitley Ridge, Brocken- 
hurst, 16 December 1883, 
and bapt at Brockenhurst; 
educated at Clifton College; 
a Student-at-Law. 



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Rev. Cecil Edward Fisher of Ankerwyke, Shirley Warren,^Agne8 (his cousin), youngest dau. 



Southampton; bom at The Close, Salisbury, co. Wilts, 
12 August, bapt at Salisbury Cathedral 38 August 1838; 
educated at Westminster School and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 4 June 1857, aged 18, Student 
1857-62, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1878; Rector of North and 
South Stoke, co. Lincoln, 1863-78, Prebendary of Lincoln 
from 1877, Vicar of Grantham, co. Lincoln, 1878-83, Rector 
of Hagworthingham, co. Lincoln, 1884-90, Rural Dean of 
Hill, CO. Lincoln, 1885-86, Vicar of St Peter's, Bournemouth, 
CO. Hants, 1890- 1904. 



oli John Mirehouse of Banjeston 
and Eastington, co. Pembroke, by 
Elizabeth his wife, only dau. of 
the Rt Rev. John Fisher, Bishop 
of Exeter and Salisbury, and 
Preceptor to H.R.H. the Princess 
Charlotte; born at Brownslade, » 
CO. Pembroke, 17 October 1839, 
and bapt at Castlemartin, co. 
Pembroke; marr. at All Saints', 
Marylebone, London (by the Rev. 
William Upton Richards, assisted 
by the Rev. Charles Christie), on 
Thursday, 13 November 1862. 



Gwendoline Cecilia Elizabeth, bom at the 
Rectory, South Stoke, co. Lincoln, on 
Tuesday, 24 October, bapt at South Stoke 
3 December 1865 ; marr. at St Paul's, 
Onslow Square, London, 12 October 1899, 
Robert George Straker of Vereeniging, 
Transvaal, South Africa. 



Reginald Wordsworth Cecil 
Fisher, bom at South Stoke 
17 April, bapt there 19 
May 1872 ; educated at 
Haileybury and at Keble 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
20 October 1891, aged 19, 
B.A. 1895. 



Cecily Constance 
Mary, born at 
Stamford, co. Lin- 
coln, 5 March, 
bapt. there 9 April 
1874. 



Muriel Etheldred Agnes (twin with Monica 
Clara Cecile), bom at South Stoke 9 
October, bapt there 28 November 1875. 



Monica Clare Cecile (twin with Muriel 
Etheldred Agnes), bom at South Stoke 
9 October, bapt there 28 November 1875. 



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Rachel Mary Teresa, bom at South Stoke 22 
April, bapt there 20 May 1877. 



Eustace Clement Cecil Fisher, bom at South 
Stoke 5 February, bapt there 23 March 1879; 
died at St Peter's Vicarage, Boumemouth, 
2 March, bur. at St Peter's, Bournemouth, 
5 March 1892. 



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Arms an record in Ulster's Office, — 
Vert on a fesse or between three boars' 
heads erased as many oak slips proper; 
on a canton of the second a battle-axe 
erect of the third. 

CresL — In front of two battle-axes in 
saltire proper a boar's head as in the 
arms. 

Motto. — Prompte sed astute. 



Rev. William Spedding (youngest^Lydia, 
son of Demoiver Spedding of 
Windgates, co. Wicklow, M.D., by 
Wilhelmina Charlotta his 2nd wife, 
2nd dau. of Robert Deey of Dublin); 
born at Windgates 24 March 1803, 
bapt. at the parish church, Bray, 
CO. Wicklow, 25 March 1804; of 
Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. 1830, 
M.A. 1832 ; Vicar of Carrigrohane, 
CO. Cork, and Military Chaplain to 
the Artillery Garrison at Ballincollig, 
CO. Cork, 1836-61, Rector of Bally- 
halbert, co. Down, 1861, and of 
Killencoole, co. Louth, 1869; died 
at the Rectory, Killencoole, aged 
67, 14 June, bur. in the Borough 
Cemetery Belfast, co. Antrim, 
17 June 1870. M.I. Admon was 
granted at the Principal Registry, 
Dublin, 4 August 1870, to Lydia 
Spedding of Killencoole, Castle- 
bellingham, co. Louth, the relict. 
Portrait in the possession of John 
Carlisle Deey Spedding^ his grandson. 



2nd dau. 
of Henry Thomas 
Brownrigg of Rath- 
mines, CO. Dublin, 
by Elizabeth Warren 
his wife; bom 23 
February i8o6 ; 
marr. at St. Peter's, 
Dublin, 23 Octo- 
ber 1834 (marriage 
settlements dated 
22 October 1834); 
died at Cherry- 
mount, Belfast, aged 
70, 19 November, 
bur. in the Borough 
Cemetery, Belfast, 
21 November 1876. 
M.L 




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Henry Spedding, bom 
at Greenfields, Ballin- 
collig, 13 October, 
bapt. at Athowen, co. 
Cork, 15 November 
1835; ^^^ ^^ Ballin- 
collig 13 March 1840, 
bur. in the Military 
Cemetery there. M.L 



Wilhelmina Elisabeth, born at Greenfields, Ballincollig, 7 January, 
bapt. at Athowen 29 January 1837 ; marr. at the parish church, 
Ballyhalbert, 27 December 1861 (marriage settlements dated 
22 December 1861), Robert Deey Hutchinson of Dublin (2nd son of 
John Hutchinson of Dublin, by Jane his wife, eldest dau. of 
Demoiver Spedding of Windgates, M.D.); born in Dublin and bapt. 
at St. Bridget's, Dublin, 30 November 1826; died at 37 Leinster 
Road, Dublin, aged 79, on Monday, 21 August, bur. in Mount 
Jerome Cemetery, Harold's Cross, Dublin, on Thursday, 24 August 
1905. M.L She died at Bray, aged 28, 15 September, and was 
bur. in Mount Jerome Cemetery, Harold's Cross, 19 September 
1865. M.L - 



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William Alexander Spedding, bom at Greenfields, Ballincollig, co. Cork,^Amelia Crowe, of 
29 June, bapt at Athowen, co. Cork, 15 July 1838; of Queen's Collie, Pietermariuburg, 
Belfast, M.D. ; Surgeon of the Klip River District, Natalj South Africa, Natal ; married 
1863-65; died at Ladysmith, aged 27, i July, bur. there 2 July 1865. at St Peter's 

Cathedral, Pieter- 
maritzburg, 16 
July 1863. 




William Robert Henry Spedding, born at Pietermaritzburg,. 
Natal, 16 June, bapt. at St Peter's Cathedral, Pietermaritzburg, 
19 August 1864; educated at Elizabeth College, Guernsey. 




•Ellen Maud, dau. of Henry 
Graddon, by Marie Kay his 
wife; bom 30 June 1866; 
marr. at St John's, Fins- 
bury Park, CO. Middlesex, 
9 August 1890. 



Vera, bom in London 
12 June 1891, bapt 
at Highbury Quadrant 
Church, London. 



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Laurence Brownrigg Spedding, 
bom at Sydney, New South 
Wales, Australia, 17 March, 
bapt at St. John's, Sydney, 
in June 1896. 



Florence Mary, bom at Cawnpore, North-West Provinces, 
India, 22 November 1864; marr. at St George's, Hanover 
Square, London (by the Rev. Herbert Carlyon, brother of 
the bridegroom), on Tuesday, 2 June 1891, Thomas 
Baxter Carlyon (youngest son of the Rev. Clement 
Winstanley Carlyon, Rector of St Just-in-Roseland, 
CO. Cornwall, by Harriet his ist wife, dau. of Geoige 
Symons of Truro, co. Cornwall); bom at St Just-in- 
Roseland 8 August, bapt there 11 September 1855 ; M.B., 
M.R.C.S. Eng. 



Charles William Spedding, bom 
at Banda, North-West Provinces, 
India, 9 March, bapt at Holy 
Trinity, Allahabad, North-West 
Provinces, 18 October 1866 ; 
died at Holywood, co. Down, 
aged 4, 13 November, bur. in 
the Borough Cemetery, Belfast, 
CO. Antrim, 15 November 1870. 
M.L 



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Robert Deey Spedding, bom at Greenfields, BallincoUig, co. Cork,- 
I November, bapt at Athowen, co. Cork, 17 November 1839; of 
Queen's CoUege, Belfast, Royal University of Ireland, Dublin, andf£ 
of Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1859, Gold Medallist of 
Sanskrit; of the Bengal Civil Service, Commissioner of Revenue and 
Police for the Agra Division, North-West Provinces, and Oudh, India, 
retired (after 30 years' service) 17 July 1891 ; J.P. for North-West 
Provinces, India; died at Armathwaite, Exmouth, co. Devon, aged 63, 
22 September, bur. at St Nicholas', Shaldon, co. Devon, 25 September 
1902. M.I. Will dated 15 September 1888, proved at Exeter 
I October 1902, by Mary Spedding, relict, the sole Executrix. 



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-Mary, 2nd dau. of 
Thomas Cunningham 
of Feehogue, Randals- 
town, CO. Ajitrim, by 
Marianne his wife, dau. 
of Horace Neeson of 
Neilsbrooke, Randals- 
town, M.D. ; bom 24 
October 1844; man*, 
at St John's Cathe- 
dral, Calcutta, India, 
24 December 1863. 



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Ethel May, bom at Banda, North-West Provinces, India, 
25 May, bapt. at Holy Trinity, Allahabad, North-West 
Provinces, 15 July 1868; marr. at Christ Church, 
Sultanphur, Oudh (by the Rev. John Frederick Scobell), 
on Monday, 16 December 1889, Lieut-Colonel Eden 
Vansittart (4th son of Henry Vansittart, Civil and Sessional 
Judge of the Hon^* East India Co.'s Service); bom 
19 April 1856; Sub-Lieutenant (unattached) 10 September 
1875, Lieutenant 10 September 1877; of the Madras 
Stsiff Corps 20 July 1877, Captain Indian Staff Corps 
10 September 1888, Major 10 September 1897, Lieut- 
Colonel 10 September 1903, Commandant 2nd Battalion 
loth Gurkha Rifles ; served in Mashud Waziri Expedition 
1881, Hazara Expedition 1888 and 1891 (medal with 
clasp); on the North-West Frontier 1897-98, operations 
on the Samana and in the Kurram Valley during August 
and September 1897 ; served with the 
Flying Column in the Kurram Valley 
under Colonel Richardson 20 August 
to I October 1897 (o^edal with two 
clasps) ; served in the Tirah Expedi- 
tion 1897-98, reconnaissance of the 
Kharmana Defile and action of 
7 November 1897, operations against 
the Khari Khel Chamkanis (sUghtly 
wounded, clasp). ^ 



Arthur Brownrigg Deey Spedding, 
bom at Donaghadee, co. Down, 
5 August, bapt at the parish 
church there 29 August 1872; 
educated at BlundeU's School, 
Tiverton, co, Devon, 1887-91, 
and at the Royal Military 
College, Sandhuist, 1892; ap- 
point^ 2nd Lieutenant The 
Border Regiment 20 May 1893 ; 
died unmarried at Vichy Allier, 
France, aged 24, 10 August, bur. 
at St. Nicholas', Shaldon, 17 
August 1896. M.I. AdAon was 
granted at the Principal Registry 
27 October 1896, to his father. 




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Marion Frances, eldest dau.-i-John Brownrigg Spedding, bom at«->Rose Mary, elder dau. 
of William Vallange CondeU " " " ' ' 

di Melbourne Lodge, Ealing, 
CO. Middlesex; bom 12 Oc- 
tober 1854 ; marr. at Christ 
Church, Ealing (by the 
Rev. William Harison), on 
Tuesday, 15 June 1875 ; died 
at 13 Nelson Crescent, 
Ramsgate, co. Kent, aged 38, 
on Thursday, 22 December 
1892. Will dated 14 October 
1892, proved (Prin. Reg., 74, 
93) 17 January 1893, by 
John Brownrigg Spedding, 
husband, the sole El^or. 
ist wife. 



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Geoflfrey Vallange 
Spedding, bom at 
Berhampore, Bengal, 
India, on Saturday, 
14 April, and died 
there on Friday, 17 
August 1877. 



Greenfields, Ballincollig, co. Cork, of George Hill of 

13 June, bapt. at Athowen, co. Cork, Tregassick, Portscatho, 

27 June 1841 ; of Queen's College, co. Comwall; bom 23 

Belfast, Royal University of Ireland, May i860 ; marr. at 

Dublin, and of Trinity College, St George's Chapel^ 

Dublin, B.A. 1861, Gold Medallist Albemarle Street, Lon- 

for Hebrew; of the Madras Civil don (by the Rev. 

Service, J. P., Sub-Collector and Joint Edward Ker Gray, 

Magistrate of Malabar, retired (after LL.D., Incumbent), on 

21 years' service) 1884. Saturday, 24 June 1899. 

2nd wife. 




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Robert Browiuigg Spedding, 
bom at Chicacole, Madras, 
India, on Friday, 12 July 
1878 ; died at Brighton, co. 
Sussex, aged 9, on Monday, 
12 February 1888. 



Florence Mary, bom at Berhampore, 
Bengal, on Sunday, 5 October 1879; 
died at Lynwood, Gosport, co. Hants, 
aged 8 years and 6 months, on Friday, 
13 April 1888, and bur. in the Gosport 
and Alverstoke Cemetery. M.I. 



Rev. Trevor Wolfe Deey Spedding, bom at Gorakhpur, North-West-rEthel Helen Annie, only 



Provinces, India, 19 February, bapt. at Christ Church, Gorakhpur, 
29 March 1875; educated at Blundell's School, Tiverton, co. 
Etevon, 1888-94, and at St. John's College, Oxford, matriculated 
in 1894, B.A. 1898, M.A. 1904; ordained Deacon at Peterborough 
25 September 1904, and Priest 21 December 1905; Curate of 
St Barnabas', New Humberstone, co. Leicester, from 1904. 



dau. of Henry Stinton 
Smith-Rewse of Teign- 
mouth, CO. Devon, and of 
18 Southwell Gardens, 
Kensington, London, by 
Julia Grieve his wife, dau. 
of Edward CoUingwood 
of Blackheath, co. Kent ; 
bom 8 February 1879; 
marr. at St Michael's, 
Teignmouth, on Wednes- 
day, 7 August 1901. 



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Helen Mary Deey, bom at Sherborne, 
CO. Dorset, 24 April, bapt in the 
Abbey, Sherbome, 21 May 1903. 



Osyth Maijorie Deey, bom at Leicester 
29 April, bapt. at St Barnabas', New 
Humberstone, co. Leicester, 24 May 1906. 



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Samuel Warren Spedding, bom at Greenfields, BallincoUig, co. Cork, 2 June, bapt at 
Athowen, co. Cork, 23 June 1844; died at Greenfields, Ballincollig, 11 May 1845, bur. 
in the Military Cemetery ^ere. M.I. 



John Carlisle Deey Spedding, bom at Gorakhpur, North- 
Provinces, India, 3 August, bapt. at Christ Church, Gorakhpxir, 
28 September 1876; educated at Blundell's School, Tiverton, co. 
Devon, 1888-94; appointed 2nd Lieutenant 4th Battalion (Derby- 
shire Regiment) Sherwood Foresters 9 October 1895, 2nd Lieutenant 
ist Battalion The Border Regiment i December 1897, Lieutenant 27 
March 1901, transferred to Army Pay Department and promoted 
Captain 5 June 1903; served in South African War 1 899-1 902; 
employed with Transport (graded Stafif-Lieutenant) 8 September 
1900 to 12 April 1902; operations in Cape Colony, South of 
Orange River, 1900, including actions at Colesberg i January to 
12 February; in the Orange Free State February to May 1900, 
including actions at Vet River (5 and 6 May) and Zand River; 
in the Transvaal in Ma^ and June 1900, including actions near 
Johannesberg and Pretoria ; in the Transvaal, East of Pretoria, July 
to 29 November 1900, including action at Riet Vlei; in the 
Transvaal and Cape Colony 30 November 1900 to April 1902 
(Queen's medal with three cli^ps. King's medal with two clasps). 



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Delitia, only 
dau. of Montagu Barton 
of Wood Norton, Fleet, 
CO. Hants, Major late 
85th King's Light 
Infimtry, J.P. for co. 
Hants, by Susan Maria 
his 2nd wife, dau. of 
the Rev. FredericJc 
Graeme Middleton ; 
bom at Liphook, co. 
Hants, II February, 
bapt at St Mary's, 
Bramshott, co. Hants, 
2 May 1875; marr. at 
All Saints', Fleet, 9 June 
1904 (marriage settle- 
ments dated same day). 



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Eileen Delitia Wolfe, bom at South Faraborough, 
CO. Hants, 14 April, bapt at All Saints', Fleet, 
25 May 1905. 



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Benjamin Henry Spedding of Belfast, co. Antrim; bom 
Greenfields, Ballincollig, co. Cork, 5 July, bapt. at Athowen, 
CO. Cork, 19 July 1846 ; of Queen's College, BelfiEist, M.D. ; 
died at Glastry Villa, ^trim Road, Belfast, 8 October, bur. 
in the Borough Cemetery, Belfast, 12 October 1889. M.I. 
Will proved at Belfast 4 December 1889, by Rachel 
Spedding of Glastry Villa, Antrim Road, Belfast, widow, one 
of the EioTS. 




atr-pRachel, eldest dau. of Thomas 
Cimningham of Feehogue, 
Randalstown, co. Antrim, by 
Marianne his wife, dau. of 
Horace Neeson of Neils- 
brooke, Randabtown, M.D. ; 
bom at Randalstown 10 Oc- 
tober 1834; marr. at St. Mary 
Magdalene, Belfast (by the 
Rev. William Spedding, father 
of the bridegroom), 10 March 
1870. 



Charles Rodney Spedding of Baronrath, Bangor, co. Down, D.S.O. ; bom at Holywood, 
CO. Down, 25 April, bapt. at the parish church, Holywood, 14 June 187 1; educated at 
St. Columba's College, Dublin, and at Trinity College, Dublin; entered the Army (from 
Militia) as 2nd Lieutenant Royal Irish Rifles 23 December 1893, Lieutenant 6 October 1896, 
Captain i March 1902; served throughout the South African War from October 1899 
until declaration of peace in 1902 ; took part in the actions of Stormberg, Bushman's Kop, 
Relief of Wepener, Klipfontein (wounded and horse killed), Koodoesdrai (horse killed), and 
numerous mmor engagements; served as Adjutant of 9th Battalion Mounted Infantry 
28 December 1900 to 25 April 1901, and as Chief Staff Officer to Colonel E. C. William's 

Australian Column in the Transvaal from 25 April 
1901 until 31 July 1902 (mentioned in despatdies 
twice, awarded D.S.O., King's and Queen's 
medals and five clasps); appointed A.D.C. to 
Major-General FoUiott Stuart Fumeaux Stokes, 
Commanding Infantry Brigade, Malta, 16 June 
1906. 



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Arms on record in tht College of Arms, — 
Qoarterly: ist and 4th, Gules between 
two chevrons argent three martlets of the 
second. Peach ; 2nd and 3rd, Per bend 
engrailed sable and argent a fesse charged 
with two mallets all comiter-cbanged, 
Keighly. 

Crests, — I, A demi-Iion rampant ermine 
and gules crowned or clawed azure, 
Peach ; 2, A griffin's head sable langued 
gules charged with three mullets all 
counter-chaiiged. 

Motto, — Quicquld dignum sapiente 
bonoque est. 



Henry Peach Keighly (only-pEi 
son of James English ~ 
Keighly of the Hon"« East 
India Co/s Service, by Sarah 
Christiana his 2nd wife, 
eldest dau. of Samuel Peach 
of Dimkirk House, ca 
Gloucester); bom at Madras, 
India, 18 January 1793; 
Captain and Brevet Major 
3rd Regiment Light Cavalry, 
HonWe East India Co.'s 
Service, Madras ; Judge 
Advocate General of the 
Army of Fort St. George, 
Madras; marr. istly at 
Hyderabad, India, 23 August 
1 814, Anne Jefferson (n^e 
Pemberton), marriage dis- 
solved at Madras 21 March 
1827, and in England by 
Act of Parliament dated 13 
April 1829. He died at Fort 
St George 31 October 1837, 
and was bur. at Palnam, 
Madras. M.I. at Idlicote, 
CO. Warwick. Portrait at 
Alderminstery co, Worcester^ 
in the possession of Mrs, 
Lucy Isabtlla Peach, 



mma Spicer, 3rd dau. of the 
Rev. William Godfrey Huet, by 
Maria White his wife ; marr. at 
St George's Cathedral, Madras, 
5 March 1831 ; marr. andly 
in London, Henry Thomas 
Hitchins, Captain Hon"« East 
India Co.'s Service; died at 
Nice, France, aged 77, on 
Wednesday, 14 April 1880. 
She died at Symond's Hotel, 
34 Brook Street, Grosvenor 
Square, London, aged 66, on 
Saturday, 26 May, and was 
bur. in the church at Idlicote 
31 May 1877. M.L Will 
dated 30 June 1876, with 
codicil dated 23 April 1877, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 577, 77) 
10 July 1877, by John Philip 
Martineaux 0/13 King's Road, 
Gray's Inn, London, and Boyle 
Vandeleur of 90 Upper St 
Giles Street, Norwich, Captain 
5th R^ment of Lancers. 
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Sarah Christiana, bom at Madras 14 June, bapt at St George's Cathedral, Madras, 27 September 
1832 ; marr. at St. James', Paddington, London (by the Rt Rev. Ashurst Turner Gilbert, Bishop of 
Chichester), on Tuesday, 11 May 1858, the Hon*»*« Lucius William Charles Augustus Frederick 
Cary, Master of Falkland (only child of Lucius Bentinck, loth Viscount Falkland, P.C., G.C.H., 
by Amelia his wife, sister of Colonel George Fitzclarence, afterwards Earl of Munster) ; bom at 
Eaton Square, London, on Thursday, 24 November 1831 ; Captain in the Army; D.L. for the 
North Riding, co. York; died at 14 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent, aged 39, on 
Sunday, 6 August, bur. at Penshurst, co. Kent, 10 August 187 1. M.I. She marr. 2ndly at 
St. Stephen's, South Kensington, London (by the Rev. Thomas Edmund Franklyn, Rector 
of South Leamington, co. Warwick, assisted by the Rev. Joseph Peter Walds, the Incumbent), 
on Tuesday, 8 Febmary 1876, Colonel Boyle Vandeleur (2nd son of the Rev. William 
Vandeleur, Vicar of Julianstown, co. Meath, by Mary Diana his wife); bom 13 March 1837; 
entered the Army as Comet sth (Royal Irish Lancers) Light Dragoons 10 September 1858, 
Lieutenant 16 November i860. Captain 23 January 1863, Major 7 May 1877, Lieut-Colonel i July 
1881, Colonel I July 1885, retired 22 July 1890; died s.p. at "Oakhurst," Newbury, co. Berks, 
aged 61, on Tuesday, 12 April, bur. at Eiast Woodhay, co. Hants, 16 April 1898. M.I. Will dated 
4 May 1888, proved (Prin. Reg., 636, 98) 13 May 1898, by Sarah Christiana Vandeleur, relict, 
William Richard Vandeleur, retired Lieut.-Colonel in Her Majesty's Army, and Ormsby Vandeleur, 
brothers, the Eitors. 

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Henry Peach Keighly-Peach of Idlicote House, co. Warwick;- 
born at Madras, India, 22 March, bapt at St George's Cathedral, 
Madras, 30 May 1834; by Royal Licence dated 19 October 1838 
he assumed the surname and arms of Peach in addition to that of 
Keighly, in accordance with the will of hb great-uncle, Samuel 
Peach of Idlicote House; educated at Eton and at Trinity College, 
Oxford, matriculated 13 May 1853, aged 19; Captain Royal Horse 
Guards (Blue); J.P. for the counties of Warwick and Worcester; 
Lord of the Manors of Idlicote and Whatcote, both co. Warwick, 
and of Whaddon, co. Gloucester ; died at Alderminster Lodge, 
CO. Worcester, on Sunday, 29 January, bur. at Idlicote i February 
1905. Will dated $ April 1903, proved in the Principal Registry 
12 April 1905 by Lucius Caiy Keighly-Peach, son, one of the 
£&ors. Portrait at Alderminster^ in the posussion of his widow. 



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*Lucy Isabella, 2nd dau. of 
WilHam Selby-Lowndes of 
Whaddon Hall, co. Buck- 
ingham, by Lucy his ist 
wife, eldest dau. of Isaac 
Rawlings Hartman, Major 
Coldstream Guards ; born 
at 31 Devonshire Place, 
London, 1 1 December 1839, 
bapt. at the parish church, 
Marylebone, London, 13 
January 1840 ; marr. at 
St George's, Hanover 
Square, London (by the 
Rev. Charies William Selby- 
Lowndes, Rector of North 
Crawley, co. Buckingham,- 
uncle of the bride), on 
Tuesday, 5 August 1862. 



Isabel Emma Maria, bom at Leamington, 
CO. Warwick, on Thursday, 25 June, 
bapt at Idlicote 25 July 1863; marr. 
at St Peter's, Eaton Square, London 
(by the Rev. the Hon"« Walter Verney, 
Rector of Lighthome, co. Warwick, 
assisted by the Rev. John Storrs, the 
Vicar), on Monday, 26 November 
1900, Otho Oldisworth le Marchant 
H. Hambrough, youngest son of Albert 
John Hambrough of Steephill Castle, 
Isle of Wight, J.P., D.L., F.L.S., 
by Charlotte Jane his wife, youngest 
dau. of John Fleming of Stoneham 
Park, CO. Hants, M.P. 



Henry Keighly-Peach, bom at Idlicote 
House on Sunday, 19 June, bapt at 
Idlicote 26 July 1864. 



Charles William Keighly- * 
Peach, bom at Idlicote 
House, on Saturday, 23 
September 1865, bapt. 
at Idlicote 14 January 
1866; joined H.M.S. 
"Britannia" as Naval 
Cadet 15 January 1879, 
Midshipman 25 May 
1 88 1, Sub-Lieutenant 25 
May 1885, Lieutenant 
I October 1888, Com- 
mander 31 December 
1900 ; appointed to 
H.M.S. "St George" 
15 March 1904. 



■Emily Kathleen, youngest 
dau. of Thomas Ramsey 
Dinnis of Linden Lodge, 
Southsea, co. Hants, 
Paymaster-in-Chief Royal 
Navy, by Isabella his wife, 
dau. of Richard Gunning 
Jeffereys, Commander 
Royal Navy; bom at 
Upper Compton, co. 
Devon, 15 May 1877; 
marr. at St George's, 
Hanover Square, London 
(by the Rev. Charles 
William Chamberlayne 
Ingles, assisted by the 
Rev. David Anderson, the 
Vicar), 11 June 1901. 



Charles Lindsey Keighly-Peach, bom at Beach House, Brunswick Terrace, Weymouth, co. 
Dorset, on Sunday, 6 April, bapt on board H.M.S. "Minotaur" in Portland Harbour by the 
Chaplain 4 May 1902 (baptism registered in the parish church, Portland). 



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Charles Gilbert Keighly, bom at Madras, India, 27 October 1837, bapt. at St George's 
Cathedral, Madras, 10 January 1838 ; died at Uxbridge, co. Middlesex, aged 42, on Sunday, 
17 October, bur. at Idlicote, co. Warwick, 22 October 1880. M.I. Will dated 15 November 
1858, proved (Prin. Reg., 874, 80) 3 November 1880, by Henry Peach Keighly-Peach 
of IcUicote, CO. Warwick, brother, the surviving £&or. Portrait at Alderminster^ co, Worcester^ 
in the possession of Mrs. Lucy Isabella Peach. 



Lucy Christiana, bom at Idlicote, co. 
Warwick, 28 August, bapt at the parish 
church, Leamington, co. Warwick, 24 
OctobCT 1866 ; marr. at East Woodhay, 
CO. Hants (by the Rev. Robert Melvill 
Gore Browne, the Rector, assisted by 
the Rev. Frederick William Knight), 
on Saturday, 2 June 1894, Acheson 
Obins Lindsay of "Burlyns," East 
Woodhay (only son of Captain John 
Lindsay of "Burlyns,** East Woodhay, 
by Mannette Elizabeth his wife) ; bom 
at Leamington Spa 19 May 1854, and 
bapt. at the parish church, Leamington ; 
died at "Burlyns," East Woodhay, 
16 August, bur. at East Woodhay 
20 August 1906. 



Florence Jessie, bom at 19 
Chester Street, Belgrave 
Square, London, 30 Octo- 
ber, bapt. at St Peter's, 
Eaton Square, London, 
16 November 1867. 



Algernon Beresford Keighly- 
Peach, bom at Rhyl, co. 
Flint, on Sunday, 5 Septem- 
ber, bapt. there 9 October, 
died at Rhyl 12 October, 
and bur. there 16 October 
1869. 



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Luaus Cary Keighly- 

Peach, bomat Ramsgate, 

CO. Kent, on Thursday, 

20 July, bapt at the 

Chapel of Ease to St 

George's, Ramsgate, 18 

September 187 1. 



Caroline Essex, bom at 
Ramsgate on Friday, 
31 January, bapt at 
St Peter's, Isle of 
Thanet, co. Kent, 29 
April 1873. 



I 
Enid Kathleen Jeffereys, bom at 32 Avenue Road, 
Weymouth, co. Dorset, on Wednesday, 11 November 
1903, bapt on board H.M.S. "Minotaur" in Portland 
Harbour by the Chaplain 17 January 1904 (baptism 
registered at the parish church, Portland). 



Joan Alicia Florence, bom at Lower 
Walmer, co. Kent, 9 February, bapt 
in the church of the Royal Marines 
Depdt, Walmer, 5 March 1905. 



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Winifred, bom at 
Botolph Claydon, 
Winslow, CO. Buck- 
ingham, on Saturday, 
34 October, bapt 
at Winslow 1 1 
December, died at 
Botolph House, 
Winslow, on Satur- 
day, 12 December, 
bur. at Winslow 15 
December 1874. 



Cecil Vandeleur Keighly-Peach of^— Margaret Am^lie, 4th dau. of Sir 

Whatcote House, Sevenoaks, ca ~ 

Kent; bom at Botolph Claydon, 

Winslow, on Thursday, 7 September, 

bapt. at East Claydon 24 December 

1876 ; served with 2nd Battalion 

Warwickshire Imperial Yeomanry 

in South African War, invalided 

home (Queen's medal with four 

clasps, decorated by H.M. King 

Edward VII. in person, on Horse 

Guards' Parade, 26 July 1901). 



Henry Paul Seale, 2nd Baronet, 
J.P., D.L., by Emily his wife, 
youngest dau. of Colonel Isaac 
Rawlmgs Hartman of the Horse 
Guards (Blue), by Lucy Elizabeth 
his wife ; bom at Mount Boone, 
Dartmouth, co. Devon, 18 April, 
bapt at Townstall, ca Devon, 
4 May 1848; marr. there (by the 
Rev. Harry Frank Tracey, the 
Vicar) on Thursday, 30 October 
1902. 



Beresford Fredenck Keighly-Peach, 
bom at Botolph House, Winslow, 
on Sunday, 19 May, bapt at East 
Claydon 14 July, died at Botolph 
Claydon on Thursday, 29 August, 
bur. at Idlicote 2 September 1878. 



Fleetwood Keighly-Peach, bom at 
Idlicote on Friday, 19 September, 
bapt there 2 Novembo: 1879. 



Edith Cressida, bom at Idlicote on Friday, 15 July, 
bapt there 4 September 1881 ; marr. at Cropredy, co. 
Oxford (by the Rev. Frederick John Greenham, the 
Vicar), 23 August 1905, William Joseph Wayte (2nd 
son of Edward Wayte of Prescote Manor, co. Oxford, 
by Mary Ann his wife, dau. of Joseph Malsbury of 
Banbury, co. Oxford) ; bom at Prescote Manor 
9 September, bapt at Cropredy i November 1873. 



Adela Sarah, bom at Idlicote 6 October, bapt there 
31 December 1882. 




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SHUTTLEWORTH. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Quarterly: ist and 4th, 
Argent three weavers' shuttles sable tipped and furnished 
or, Shuttleworth ; and and 3rd, Aigent three ermine 
spots within two bendlets sable the whole between two 
crescents azure, Kay. 

Crests. — I, A cubit arm in armour grasping in gauntlet proper a 
shuttle as in the arms, Shuttleworth; a, On a crescent 
aigent a goldfinch proper, Kay. 

Supporters. — Dexter: A weaver habited proper holding in the 
exterior hand a shuttle as in the arms; Sinister: A sailor 
habited and holding in his exterior luuid a ship's lantern 
proper. 

Motto. — Kynd kynn knawne kepe. 



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Lancastep^Janet, 



Robert Shuttleworth of Gawthorpe Hall, co. 
(2nd son of Robert Shuttleworth of Gawthorpe 
Hall, by Anne his wife, dau. of General Desaguliers, 
Equerry to George III.); bom in 1784; Barrister-at- 
Law, J. P. for co. Lancaster, Chairman of the Bench 
at Preston Sessions; died at Gawthorpe Hall, in his 
32nd year, 6 March, bur. in the church at Padiham, 
CO. Lancaster, 13 March 18 18. Will dated 12 February 
1818, proved (P.C.C. 253 Cressweii) 27 May 1818, 
by, Sir John Marjoribanks, Baronet, one of the Eftors. 
Power reserved to Janet Shuttleworth, relict, the other 
Ejtor. Portrait in ails, by Sir Henry J^aedum, at 
Gawthorpe Hall, in the possession of Lord Shuttleworth, 



eldest dau. of Sir John Marjoribanks 
of Lees, co. Berwick, ist Baronet, M.P., 
and sister of David, Lord MarjorilMnks of 
Ladykirk, co. Berwick ; man*, at Edinburgh 
5 November 1816 ; man*. 2ndly at Rushidl, 
CO. Wilts, the seat of Sir Edward Poore, 
Baronet, 16 June 1825, Frederick North 
of Rougham, co. Norfolk (eldest son of 
Francis Frederick North of Rougham); 
bom 2 July 1800 ; M.P. for Hastings, J.P. 
and D.L. ; died 29 October 1869. She 
died 17 January 1855. 



Sir James Phillips Kay-Shuttleworth of Gawthorpe Hall, co. Lancaster, and- 
of Barbon Manor, co. Westmoreland, Baronet, D.C.L. (eldest son of 
Robert Kay of Brookshaw, Bury, co. Lancaster [bom 30 May 1768; died 
25 April 1834. Will dated 8 April 1834, proved (P.C.C. 241 Gloster) 
22 April 1835, by Hannah Kay, relict, James Phillips Kay, M.D., and 
Robert Kay, sons, the Ei^ors], by Hannah his wife, dau. of James Phillips 
of Birmingham, co. Warwick); born at Rochdale, co. Lancaster, 20 July 
1804; educated at Edinburgh University, M.D. 1827; Senior President 
Royal Medical Society 1826, Secretary Manchester Board of Health; 
Assistant Poor Law Commissioner 1835 ; established with Edward Carleton 
Tufnell the first Training Collie for Teachers at Battersea 1839; Secretary to 
Committee of the Privy Council on Education 1839-49 ; assumed by Royal 
Licence dated 14 Febmary 1842, the additional surname and arms of 
Shuttleworth; created a Baronet 9 January 1850; Vice-Chairman of Central 
Relief Committee, Manchester, during cotton famine 1861-65 ; High Sheriff 
for CO. Lancaster 1863; created Hon. D.C.L. Oxford 22 June 1870; died 
at 68 Cromwell Road, Kensington, London, aged 72, on Saturday, 26 May 
1877, bur. in Brompton Cemetery, London. WUl dated 24 May 1875, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 522, 77) 29 June 1877, by Sir Ughtred James 
Kay-Shuttleworth of 28 Princes Gturdens, South Kensington, London, and 
of Gawthorpe Hall, Burnley, co. Lancaster, Baronet, son, and Joseph Kay 
of King's' Bench Walk, Temple, London, Q.C., and Edward Ebenezer 
Kay of Old Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, London, Q.C., brothers, the Eftors. 



-Janet (only child 
and heiress) ; bom 
at Gawthorpe Hall 
9 November 181 7; 
marr. at St. Clements', 
Hastings, co. Sussex 
(by the Rev. the 
Hon"« Robert Eden), 
on Thursday, 24 Feb- 
ruary 1842; died at 
the Baths of Soden, 
Prassia, aged 55, 
on Saturday, 14 Sep- 
tember, bur. at 
Soden on Tuesday, 
17 September 1872. 
Portrait in oils^ by 
Sir Fronds Grants at 
Gawthorpe Hall^ in 
the possession of Lord 
Shuttleworth. 



Janet Elizabeth, of Chilet 
Ponente, San Remo, Italy ; 
born at Vere Lodge, Old 
Brompton, London, on 
Saturday, 6 May 1843, 
bapt. at the parish church, 
Brompton, by the Rt. 
Rev. Robert Eden, Bishop 
of Moray, Ross and 
Caithness. 



The Rt. Hon**** Sir Ughtred James^Blanche Marion, youngest dau. 



Kay-Shuttleworth, Baron Shuttleworth, 
and a Baronet, P.C.; bom at 19 Duke 
Street, Westminster, on Wednesday, 18 
December 1844, bapt. at St. Luke's, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex (by the Rev. 
Charles Kingsley), 28 February 1845 ; 
educated at Harrow and at London 
University; J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Westmoreland, J.P. for co. Lancaster ; 
M.P. for Hastings 1869-80 and for co. 
Lancaster (Clitheroe Division) 1885- 
1902; sworn a Privy Councillor 1886; Under-Secretary of State 
for India February to April 1886, Chancellor of the Duchy of 
Lancaster April to August 1886, and Parliamentary Secretary to 
the Admiralty 1892-95 ; Chairman of the Royal Commission on 
Canals and Waterways 1906; succeeded his father as 2nd Baronet 
26 May 1877; created Baron Shuttleworth of Gawthorpe, in the 
county Palatine of Lancaster, in the Peerage of the United 
Kingdom, 16 July 1902. Portraits in oils of Lord and Lady 
Shuttleworth at Gawthorpe Hall, by the Honfi^ John Collier. 

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of Sir Woodbine Parish, K.C.H., 
F.R.S., F.G.S., F.R.G.S., Consul- 
General at Buenos Ayres, by 
Louisa Ann his 2nd wife, elder 
dau. of John Hubbard of Strat- 
ford Grove, co. Essex, and sister 
of John Gellibrand, ist Baron 
Addington ; bom at 5 Gloucester 
Place, London, 25 April 185 1 ; 
marr. at St. Leonard's, St. 
Leonard*s-on-Sea, co. Sussex (by 
the Rev. Stair Douglas, Canon 
of Chichester, assisted by the 
Rev. William Douglas Parish), on 
Saturday, i July 187 1. Portrait 
in oils, by Professor Gordigiani, 
at 28 Princes Gardens, London, 
in the possession of Lord 
Shuttleworth. 



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Robert Kay-Shuttleworth of Slough^Ethel Clementina, only dau. of Alfred John Freeman of 



Place, Cuckfield, co. Sussex ; born at 
38 Gloucester Square, Hyde Park, 
London, on Tuesday, 20 October 
1847, and bapt at All Saints', 
Paddington, London ; educated at 
Wellington Collie. 



San Remo, Italy, M.D. ; bom at Southsea, co. Hants, 
24 September 1873; marr. at the Vice-Consulate, San 
Remo (by the Rev. Charles Andrew Daniel, assisted 
by the Rev. Henry de Romestin), on Wednesday, 22 
January 1896. 



Helen Victoria, bom at Slough 
Place, Cuckfield, on Thursday, 
4 May, bapt at Cuckfield 31 
May 1905. 



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Angela Mary, bom at 35 Onslow Square, Brompton, London, on 
Wednesday, 18 September, bapt at St Luke's, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 
25 October 1872 ; marr. at Barbon, co. Westmoreland (by the Rev. 
John Llewelyn Davies, D.D., assisted by the Rev. James Harrison), on 
Saturday, 30 December 1899, Bernard Ramsden James (son of John 
Henry James of Kingswood, Watford, co. Hertford) ; bom at Upper 
Nascott, Watford, on Friday, 26 February 1864; entered the Army as 
Lieutenant East Surrey R^ment 9 September 1882, Captain i March 
1889, Major 3rd Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment 11 February 
1903; Instmctor Military College, Sandhurst, i September 1893 to 
17 October 1899, D.A.A.G. (Intelligence) Head Quarters of Army 
22 October 1899 to 23 January 1901, Staff Captain 13 November 1899 
to 30 June 1903, D.A.Q.M.G. i July 1903 to 12 November 1904; 
received 2nd-c]ass Order of Star of Ethiopia with plaque (Abyssinia); 
Interpreter in French, German and Italian. ^ 



Nina Louisa, bom 
on Monday, 31 
March, bapt at 
Holy Trinity, 
Brompton, Lon- 
don, 25 April 1879. 



Rachel Beatrice, 
bom on Wednes- 
day, 17 February, 
bapt at All Saints', 
Ennismore Gar- 
dens, London, 24 
March 1886. 



Lawrence Ughtred Klay-Shuttleworth, 
bom at Barbon Manor, Kirkby- 
Lonsdale, co. Westmoreland, on 
Wednesday, 21 September, bapt. at 
All Saints', Habergham, co. Lancaster, 
2 November 1887 ; educated at Eton 
and at Balliol Collie, Oxford. 



Edward James Kay-Shuttleworth, 
bom at 28 Prince's Gardens, 
Kensington, London, on Sunday, 
16 March, bapt at All Saints', 
Ennismore Gardens, London, 19 
May 1890; educated at Eton. 



Catherine Blanche, 
bom on Saturday, 
7 April, bapt. at All 
Saints', Ennismqre 
Gardens, London, 
26 May 1894. 



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Lionel Edward Kay-Shuttleworth 
Villa Luna, San Remo, Italy; born at 
38 Gloucester Square, Hyde Park, 
London, on Wednesday, 14 February 
1849; of St. John's College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1868, 
B.A. 1872, M.A. 1875 ; M.R.C.S. Eng. 
1876, House Surgeon St George's 
Hospital, London; appointed Vice- 
Consul at San Remo in 1897 ; died at 
San Remo, aged 51, on Tuesday, 11 
December, bur. there on Simday, 16 De- 
cember 1900. Will dated 3 December 
1890, proved (Prin. R^., lox, 1901) 
by Charlotte Mary Kay-Shuttleworth, 
relict, the sole Executrix. 



of-pCharlotte Mary, 5th 
surviving dau. of 
Captain Charles 
Walcott of Portlooe 
House, CO. Cornwall, 
R.N. ; man*, at Bin- 
stead, Isle of Wight 
(by the Rev. Phillip 
Hewett), on Friday, 
21 December 1877. 



Charles Ughtred Kay-Shuttleworth, bom at 
25 Hans Place, Sloane Street, London, on 
Thursday, 6 March 1879 ; died at Marlborough 
College, aged 16, on Monday, 11 March, 
bur. in the churchyard at Preshute, co. Wilts, 
13 March 1895. 



Stewart Maijoribanks Kay- 
Shuttleworth of St Leonard's, 
Ceylon; bom at 38 Gloucester 
Square, Hyde Park, London, 
on Saturday, 8 November 
185 1 ; died at the residence 
of his brother, Robert Kay- 
Shuttleworth, Wood End, 
Clitheroe, co. Lancaster, aged 
35, on Thursday, 7 July, bur. 
at Slaidburn, co. York, on 
Saturday, 9 July 1887. 



Janet Walcott, bora 
at Fir Cottage, 
Esher, co. Surrey, 
on Thursday, 10 
February 1881. 



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John Auden of Rowley Regis, co. 
Stafford (son of William Auden 
of Rowley Regis, by Esther Sorrell 
his wife); born i8 November 
1758; died, aged 75, 26 March, 
bur. at Rowley Regis 2 April 1S34. 
Will dated 26 June 1832, proved 
at Worcester 26 July 1834, by 
William Auden and Aim Eliza 
Auden, the Eftors. 



"T-Phoebe Woodhouse, 
of Warren's HaU, 
CO. Worcester ; died, 
aged 70, 26 October, 
bur. at Rowley 
Regis 29 October 
1828. 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. 
Argent on a cross gules a lion passant 
between four increscents of the field. 

Crest, — A caduceus in bend sinister 
surmounted by a scimitar in bend dexter 
all proper pomelled and hiked or. . 

Motto, — C^esco et spero. 



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William Auden of Rowley R^is ; born-pH; 
II November 1782, bapt at Rowley 
Regis 5 January 1783; educated at 
Belbroughton ; died, aged 53, 16 April, 
bur. at Rowley Regis 22 April 1836. 
Will dated 20 June 1835, proved at 
Worcester i June 1836, by Ann Eliza 
Auden, Samuel Nicklin and Samuel 
Lewis, the E5tors. 




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annah, youngest dau. of Samuel Nicklin of New- 
bury Lane, Halesowen, co. Worcester, by EUmnah 
his wife, dau. of Joseph Gosling; bom 10 May 1798, 
bapt. at Oldbury, co. Worcester; marr. at Rowley 
Regis (by the Rev. George Barrs) 28 January 1830; 
died at Rowley R^s, aged 69, 20 October, bur. 
there 25 October 1867. Will dated 18 February 
1854, proved at Lichfield 13 July 1868, by the 
Rev. John Auden of Hominglow, co. Stafford, the 
Rev. William Auden of Church Broughton, co. 
Derby, and the Rev. Thomas Auden di Welling- 
borough, CO. Northampton, sons, the Eitors. 



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Rev. John Auden, bom i Febraary, bapt. at Rowley Regis 27 February-pSarah Eliza, youngest 
~ " ' - - - - _ . . ^^^ ^^ William Hop- 

kins of Dunstall, co. 
Stafford, by Anne 
Higgott his wife ; 
born at Rolleston, 
CO. Stafford, 6 Sep- 
tember, bapt there 
2 October 1838 ; 
marr. at Dimstall 
(by the Rev. Harvey 
Mallory Mapleton) 
28 June 1859. 



1831 ; educated at Dudley Grammar School and at St. John's College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1849, B.A. 1853, 
M.A. 1856; Vicar of Hominglow, co. Stafford, 1866-76; died at 
Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight, 23 November, bur. at Hominglow 
28 November 1876. Will dated 24 January 1868, proved at Lichfield 
6 March 1877, by the Rev. William Auden, Vicar of Church 
Broughton, and the Rev. Thomas Auden, Vicar of Ford, co. 
brothers, the Ei^ors. 



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Mary, bom 20 March, bapt. at 
Rowley Regis, co. Stafford, 8 April 
1787 ; marr. Isaac Marsh of West 
Bromwich, co. Stafford; bom in 
1787. She died at Rowley R^is 
24 December 1868, and was bur. 
at West Bromwich. Will dated 
14 November 1856, proved at 
Lichfield 6 July 1869, by Joseph 
Beasley of Rowley Regis, one of 
the EXors. =7= 



Thomas Auden, 
bom 28 August, 
bapt. at Rowley 
Regis 20 Sep- 
tember 1795 ; 
died unmarried, 
aged 27, 14 Au- 
gust, bur. at 
Rowley Regis 16 
August 1823. 



Phoebe, bom 8 October 1797, bapt at 
Rowley Regis 4 February 1798; marr. 
Samuel Nicklin of Mountford House, 
Rowley Regis (son of Samuel Nicklin) ; 
died at Rowley Regis, aged 70, 
29 August 1866. Will dated 10 April 
1858, proved at Lichfield 18 April 1867, 
by the Rev. William Auden of Church 
Broughton, co. Derby, nephew, the 
sole Ejtor. She died s.p., aged 58, 
10 April, and was bur. at Rowley 
Regis 16 April 1856. 



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Phoebe, bapt. at 
Rowley Regis 
5 April 1833 ; 
died, aged 5, 10 
December, bur. 
at Rowley Regis 
17 December 
1838. 



Rev. William Auden, bom 12 June, bapt. at Rowley-^Mary 
Regis 13 July 1834; educated at Dudley Grammar 
School and at St. John's College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1852, B.A. 1856, 
M.A. 1859; Vicar of Church Broughton, co. 
Derby, 1864- 1904; died at the Vicarage, Church 
Broughton, aged 69, on Thursday, 28 January 1904, 
bur, at Church Broughton. Will dated 9 April 
1903, proved at Derby 12 March 1904, by Arnold 
William Montfort Auden, Bertram Auden, sons, 
and Thomas Edward Auden, nephew, the Ei^ors. 



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Jane, eldest dau. 
of William Hopkins of 
Dunstall, co. Stafford, 
by Anne his wife, dau. 
of Thomas Higgott; 
bom at Rolleston, co. 
Stafford, 15 March, 
bapt. there 13 April 
1833; marr. at Dun- 
stall (by the Rev. 
Harvey Mallory Maple- 
ton, assisted by the 
Rev. John Auden) 
7 August 1861. 



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Arnold William Montfort Auden of Leigh, co. Lancaster; bom at Rowley Regis 22 July, 
bapt. at St. Edmund's, Dudley, co. Worcester, 28 September 1863 ; educated at Shrewsbury 
and at Clare Collie, Cambridge, B.A. 1886; M.B., CM. Edin. 1895; Second Master 
Wisbech Grammar School 1886; of Shildon, co. Durham, 1895-96, and at Leigh, co. 
Lancaster, since 1896, Surgeon 1896. 



Rev. John Ernest Auden of "The Poplars," Hominglow,* 
CO. Stafford ; bom at Silverdale, co. Stafford, 13 
December i860, bapt. there i February 1861 ; 
educated at Shrewsbury and at Lincoln College, 
Oxford, matriculated 23 October 1880, aged 19, B.A. 
1883, M.A. 1887; Vicar of Tong, co. Salop, since 1896. 



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Alice Margaret, bom at Repton 
6 September, bapt. there 8 October 
1887. 

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^-Margaret Anne, 2nd dau. of John 
Hanbury Twigg of Weeping Cross, 
CO. Stafford, by Priscilla Elizabeth 
his wife, only dau. of James Smith 
of Repton Hayes, co. Derby ; bom 
at Repton i July, bapt. there 13 
August 1858 ; marr. at Repton (by 
the Rev. William Auden, assisted 
by the Rev. Thomas Auden and the 
Rev. George Woodyatt, the Vicar) 
24 August 1886. 



Joyce Mary, bom at Repton 
5 August, bapt. there 23 
August 1889. 



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Anne Eliza, bom ii April, bapt. at Rowley Regis, co. Stafford, i6 November 1800 ; marr. there 
10 April 1838, as his 2nd wife, Joseph Beasley of Rowley Regis, who died at Rowley Regis 
26 January 1870, having marr. istly, Rosannah Grifi^ of Darby End, in the parish of Dudley, 
CO. Worcester. His wiU dated 12 November 1869, was proved at Lichfield 25 March 1870, by 
Anne Eliza Beasley of Rowley Regis, relict, and the Rev. Thomas Auden of Ford, co. Salop, 
nephew, the Ej^ors. Anne Eliza died s.p. on Easter Day, i April, and was bur. at Rowley 
R^s 4 April 1888. 



1 
Rev. Thomas Auden, bom 7 April, bapt. at-]-Anne, 2nd dau. of William Hopkins of 



Rowley Regis 23 May 1836 ; educated at 
Dudley Grammar School and at St. John's 
College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1854, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1861 ; Assistant 
Master at Dedham Grammar School 1858-63; 
Head Master of Wellingborough Grammar 
School 1863-69 ; Vicar of Ford 1869-79, of 
St Julian, Shrewsbury, 1879-92, of Condover 
1892, all CO. Salop ; Surrogate, Diocese of 
Lichfield, 1880, and of Hereford 1905 ; 
Prebendary of Demford in Lichfield Cathedral 
1905; Rural Dean of Condover 1906; F.S.A. 
1890. 



Dunstall, co. Stafford, by Anne his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Higgott ; bom at RoUeston, 
CO. Stafford, 21 May, bapt. there 31 August 
1835 ; marr. at Dunstall (by the Rev. Harvey 
Mallory Mapleton and the Rev. John 
Auden) 7 August 1861 ; died 20 January, 
bur. at Condover 24 January 1905. WUl 
dated 24 December 1903, proved in the 
Principal Registry 27 June 1905, by the Rev. 
Thomas Auden, husband, Henrietta Mary 
Auden, daughter, and the Rev. Eustace 
George Auden, son, the Eftors. 

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Edith Mary, bom at Church Broughton, co. Derby, 6 December 1864, bapt. there 17 January 
1865 j marr. at Church Broughton (by the Ven^** Thomas Henry Freer, Archdeacon of 
Derby, assisted by the Rev. Arthur Swinton Weatherhead, brother of the bridegroom, 
and the Rev. John Emest Auden, cousin of the bride) 14 August 1894, Trenham Candy 
Weatherhead (son of the Rev. Trenham King Weatherhead, by Mary Ann Boyce his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Candy of the Hon*>*« East India Co.'s Service, Major 20th Regiment Bombay 
Infantry) ; bom at Poona, Bombay, India, 27 June, bapt. at St Mary's, Poona, 8 August 1864 ; 
educated at Eton (King's Scholar), and at Trinity College, Cambridge, Bell University Scholar 
1885, B.A. 1886, M.A. 1890;' Assistant Master, Cordwalles, Maidenhead, 1887-88, Elstree School 
1888-93, Senior Assistant Master, Ludgrove, New Bamet, 1893-98, Head Master, Glyngarth, 
Cheltenham, 1 898-1 902, Senior Assistant Master, Elstree School, 1 903-1 905, and Head Master 



King's College Choir School, Cambridge, since 1905. =t= 



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William Hopkins Auden, 
bom at Silverdale, co. 
Stafford, 14 October, bapt. 
there (by his father) 11 
November 1862 ; died, 
aged 16, 12 September, 
bur. at Hominglow, co. 
Stafford, 14 September 
1878. 



Thomas Edward Auden of-^Emma Jane, dau. of Thomas 



Danesgate, Repton, co. Derby; 
bom II June, bapt. privately 
24 July 1864, and received 
into the church at Caris- 
brooke. Isle of Wight, 17 
September 1865 ; educated at 
Derby Grammar School ; 
admitted a Solicitor 1887. 



Webster Lorimer of Aberdelgie and 
Belhie, co. Perth, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Henry Palmer; bom 
2 December 1859; marr. at Thel- 
wall, CO. Chester (by the Rev. John 
Ernest Auden, assisted by the 
Rev. Thomas Pym Williamson), 
on Tuesday, i March 1892. 



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Phyllis Mary, bom 26 November, 
bapt. at Repton 27 December 
1892. 



John Lorimer Auden, bom 
23 August, bapt. at Repton 
25 September 1894. 



Edward Humphry Auden, 
born 6 June, bapt. at 
Repton 17 August 1897. 



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Hennetta Mary, 
born at Dedham, 
CO. Essex, 20 



June, baptised 
at Langham, co. 
Essex, 23 Sep- 
tember 1862 ; 
F.R.Hist.S.1902. 



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Arthur Charles Auden, bom= 
at Rowley Regis, co. Stafford, 
12 November 1863, bapt. at 
Wellingborough, co. North- 
ampton, 6 January 1864 ; 
educated at Dedham Grammar 
School and at Glasgow Univer- 
sity; Assoc. M. Inst. C.E. 189 1, 
and Inst. M.E. 



■Frances Mary, 2nd dau. of Thomas Bromley 
of Little Shrawardine, co. Salop; bom at 
Little Shrawardine 3 April 1863, and bapt 
at Alberbury, co. Salop; marr. at St Chad's, 
Shrewsbury, co. Salop (by the Ven^^ 
Charles Bulmer Maude, Archdeacon of 
Salop, the Vicar, assisted by the Rev. 
John Ernest Auden, Vicar of Tong, co. 
Salop), 7 July 1900. 



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Emily, bom at Church Broughton, co. Derby, 2 1 April, bapt there 
26 June 1866 ; marr. at Church Broughton (by the Ven^*« Thomas 
Henry Freer, Archdeacon of Derby, assisted by the Rev. Thomas 
Auden, uncle of the bride, and the Rev. Walter Douglas Auden, 
brother of the bride), on Wednesday, 12 April 1899, Robert James 
Probyn- Williams of 13 Welbeck Street, London (son of Robert 
Williams, by Helen Elizabeth his wife, dau. of William Henry 
Probyn); bom in London 19 May, bapt. at St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, 
London, 4 June 1866; educated at Durham University and at 
Lojidon Hospital, M.D. (Durh.) 1892, M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. 
Lond. 1890; Anaesthetist and Instmctor in Anaesthetics, London 
Hospital, Member of Faculty of Medicine, University of London, 
President of the Society of Anaesthetists. 



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Phoebe Gertrade, borii 
5 January, bapt at 
Church Broughton 13 
March 1868. 



Margaret, bom 28 July, 
bapt. at Church Brough- 
ton 30 September 1869. 



Rev. Alfred Millington Auden, bom at Hominglow,-* 
CO. Stafford, 12 October, bapt there 28 October 
1865 ; educated at Rossall and at Selwyn College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1885, 
B.A. (2nd-class Classical Tripos) 1888, M.A. 1892, 
at Lausanne University and Lichfield Theological 
College ; Classical Tutor, Kingswood School, Bath, 
1888-89, Languages Master, Merchiston School, 
Edinburgh, 1891-92 ; Vicar of Church Broughton 
since 1904. 



-Edith Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. Alfred 
Arthur Jenkins, Rector of St Peter's, 
Galashiels, co. Selkirk, by Johanna his 
wife, dau. of the Very Rev. William 
Wilson, Dean of Aberdeen; bom 11 
September 1868; marr. at St Peter's, 
Galashiels (by the Rev. Charles James 
Jenkins, Rector of St James', Edinburgh, 
assisted by the Rev. John Emest Auden 
and the Rev. John Edward Wilson), 
6 June 1895. 



Ruth, bom at Perry 
Barr, co. Stafford, 

2 April, bapt. there 

3 May 1897. 



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Alfred John Auden, 
bom at Clun, co. Salop, 
12 August, bapt. there 
3 September 1899. 



I. 

Geoffrey William Auden, 
bom at Clun 11 Sep- 
tember bapt. there 28 
October 1900. 



Rachel, bom at 
Church Broughton 
14 May, bapt there 

9 July 1905. 



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Mabel Broughton, bom at Wellingborough, co. Northampton, 6 December 1865, bapt. there 
6 January 1866 ; marr. at Condover, co. Salop (by her father, assisted by the Rev. Henry Lee, 
fadier of the bridegroom), on Wednesday, 16 January 1901, the Rev. John Wollen Lee (2nd 
son of the Rev. Henry Lee, Rector of Sheinton, co. Salop, by Mary Sophia Wollen 
his wife); born at Broseley, co. Salop, 30 November 1866; M.A. of Keble College, 
Oxford, matriculated 17 January 1887, aged 20, B.A. 1889; Vicar of Betton Strange, co. Salop, 
1 901-1906, and of Leighton, co. Salop, since 1906. 



Bertram Auden 
Glyngarth, Cheltenham, 
CO. Gloucester ; bom at 
Church Broughton, co. 
Derby, 14 March, bapt. 
there 17 May 187 1 ; 
educated at Uppingham 
and at Emmanuel College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1894, 
M.A 1897; Head Master 
Glyngarth Preparatory 
School, Cheltenham, 
since 1902. 



of-|-£llen Frances Sarah^ youngest 
dau. of William Mansel Lupton, 
Army Tutor, by Ann his wife, 
dau. of William Haselwood 
of Burfords, Hoddesdon, co. 
Hertford; bom at Hoddesdon 
10 July 1867 ; marr. at Bray, 
CO, Berks (by the Rev. Reginald 
Roberts, uncle of the bride, 
assisted by the Rev. Charles 
Andrewes Raymond, the Vicar, 
and the Rev. Thomas Auden, 
uncle of the bridegroom), on 
Thursday, 3 August 1905. 



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Ellen Mary, bora at Glyngarth, 
Cheltenham, 26 April, bapt. at 
Christ Church, Cheltenham, i June 
1906. 



Rev. Walter Douglas Auden, 
bom at Church Broughton 15 
February, bapt. there 4 May 1874; 
educated at Shrewsbury and at 
Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 
1S93, ^'^ 1896, M.A 1901 ; 
Curate of St Jude's, West Derby, 
CO. Lancaster, 1898--1902, of the 
Bush Brotherhood (Diocese of 
Rockhampton^,Longreach,Central 
Queensland, smce 1903. 



Alice, bom 28 March, bapt. at Hominglow, co. Stafford, 16 May 1869; 
marr. at Repton, co. Derby (by the father of the bridegroom, assisted by the 
Rev. John Ernest Auden, brother of the bride, and the Rev. George 
Woodyatt, the Vicar), 11 April 1893, the Rev. Slade Raymond Baker- 
Stallard-Penoyre of the Moor, co. Hereford (eldest son of the Rev. Slade 
Baker-Stallard-Penoyre, by Ann Fanny Eliza his wife, dau. of the Rev. 
William Francis Raymond ^ifterwards Raymond-Stallard-Penoyre] of the 
Moor, Rector of Stockton-on-Teme, co. Worcester, 1834-83); bom at Clifton- 
on-Teme, co. Worcester, 15 October, bapt. there 24 November 1861 ; 
educated at Marlborough and at Lincoln Collie, Oxford, matriculated 
29 January 1881, aged 19, Scholar 1880-84, B.A 1884 (honours: 2nd-c]ass 
Classical Mods. 1882, 4th-class Classics 1884), M.A. 1889, and at Lichfield 
Theological College 1886; Rector of Stockton-on-Teme since 1895; Rural 
Dean of Burford East since 1903. ^^ 



Frederick Lewis 
Auden, bom at 
Hominglow 6 
March, bapt 
there 18 May 
187 1 ; educated 
at Rq>ton. 



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Henry William Auden, bom at Wellingborough,-^Rhoda Constance Mary, eldest dau. of the 



CO. Northampton, 27 November 1867, bapt 
there 5 January 1868 ; educated at Shrewsbury 
and at Christ^s College, Cambridge, Scholajr 
1886, Bell University Scholar 1887, B.A. 
(ist-class Classical Tripos) 1889, M.A. 1891 ; 
Assistant Master at Fettes College, Edinburgh, 
1889-1903, Principal of Upper Canada College, 
Toronto, since 1903. 



Rev. Frederick Wilson Kittermaster, Vicar 
of Bayston Hill, co. Salop, and of Meriden, 
CO. Warwick, by Rhoda his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. James Colley ; bom at Shrewsbury, co. 
Salop, I June 187 1; marr. at Bayston Hill 
(by the Rev. Alfred Noel Colley, her uncle, 
assisted by the Rev. Thomas Auden) 
4 August 1896. 



Kenneth Francis Auden, 
born in Edinburgh 6 May 
1897, and bapt at Bayston 
Hill. 



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Gwynedd Helen Katherine, bom at Deerpark, 
Toronto, Canada, 7 April 1903, and bapt at 
Christ Church, Deerpark. 



Doris Margaret, bom in 
Edinburgh 19 July 1901, 
and bapt at Bayston Hill. 



Marcus Frederick Auden, bom at Deerpark, 
Toronto, 7 April 1905, and bapt at Christ 
Church, Deerpark. 



George Augustus Auden 
54 Bootham, York; bom 
at Hominglow, co. Stafford, 
27 August 1872, bapt 
there 6 February 1873; 
educated at Repton and at 
Christ's College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1890, Scholar 1890, 
B.A. (ist-class Nat. Sci. 
Tripos 1893), M.A., M.B., 
B.C. 1897, M.D. 1900; 
M.R.C.S. Eng., L.R.C.P. 
Lond 1896. 



of^T-Constance Rosalie, dau. of the Rev. 
Richard Henry Bicknell, M.A., 
Vicar of Wroxham-cum-Salhouse, co. 
Norfolk, by Selina Acton his wife, dau. 
of the Rev. Henry William Rous 
Birch, Vicar of South wold, co. Suffolk; 
bom at Wroxham 13 February, 
bapt. there 10 March 1869; marr. 
at All Saints', Netting Hill, Ix>ndon 
(by the Rev. Edward Conduitt 
Dermer, Vicar of SS. Philip and 
James', Oxford, assisted by the Rev. 
Harry William Stewart, Vicar of 
Lumley, co. Durham), 27 June 1899. 



Harold Allden Auden of 
Widnes, co. Lancaster ; 
bom at Horninglow 
8 October, bapt there 
27 November 1874 ; 
educated at Repton, 
at Owen's College, Man- 
chester, B.Sc 1894, 
M.Sc. 1897, and at 
Tiibingen University, 
D.Sc. 1897. 



Oeorge Bemard Auden, bom at 
York 5 July, bapt. at St Olave's, 
York, 9 August 1900. 



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John Bicknell Auden, born at 
York 14 December 1903, bapt. at 
St. Maurice's, York, 6 February 
1904. 



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Francis Thomas Auden of Rustenburg,- 
Transvaal, South Afrio^; bom at Welling- 
borough, CO. Northampton, 5 July 1869, 
and bapt. there; educated at Shrewsbury 
and at Edinburgh University, M.B., CM. 
1891, M.D. 1903 ; Resident Medical 
Officer, Albany General Hospital, Grahams- 
town, Cape Colony, South Africa, 1893, 
District Surgeon, Rustenburg, Transvaal, 
1894-99 ; served in South African War, 
1 899- 1 902 (medal with clasp). 



•Henrietta Maria Louisa, 3rd dau. of the Hon^* 
Charles William Hutton of Rondebosch, Cape 
Colony, M.L.C., formerly Treasurer of Cape 
Colony, by Elizabeth Maria Henrietta his wife, 
eldest dau. of Sir Andries Stockenstrom, ist 
Baronet, Lieut.-Govemor of the Cape; bom at 
Bedford, Cape Colony, 15 February 1865; marr. 
at St PauPs, Rondebosch, Cape Colony (by the 
Rev. Thomas Auden, father of the bridegroom, 
assisted by the Rev. Canon George Ogilvie, the 
Rector), on Wednesday, 22 August 1894. 



Maijorie Henrietta Stockenstrom, bom 
at Rustenburg, Transvaal, 16 March, 
bapt there 31 March 1896. 



Reginald Stockenstrom Auden, bom 
at Rustenburg, Transvaal, 10 July 
1899, ^^^ ha.pt. there. 



Rev. Eustace George Auden, bom^Emmie, 
at Ford, co. Salop, 10 February, 
bapt there 2 April 1872 ; 
educated at Shrewsbury and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 10 October 1890, aged 18, 
Exhibitioner 1890, B.A. 1893, 
M.A. 1897; Curate of Christ 
Church, Crewe, co. Chester, 1898. 



2nd dau. of William Carrick of 
Scotby, CO. Cumberland, by Lucy Emmie 
his wife, dau. of Henry Jacob; bom at 
Carlisle, co. Cumberland, 20 June 1872; 
marr. at Scotby (by the Rev. Thomas 
Auden, assisted by the Rev. George John 
Howson, Vicar of Christ Church, Crewe, 
and the Rev. Thomas Cecil Bewes, Vicar 
of Scotby) 27 June 1899. 



Amy Marion, 
bom at Ford 
9 July, bapt 
atHominglow, 
CO. Stafford, 
9 September 

1875. 



Dorothy Lucy AUden, bom at Crewe 
31 July, bapt at Christ Church, 
Crewe, 13 September 1900. 



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William Treves of Dorchester, co, 
(son of William Treves of Dorchester, by 
Elizabeth his wife); bom 2 August, bapt 
at Dorchester 25 August 181 2 ; died at 
Dorchester, aged 54, on Saturday, 20 July 
1867, bur. there. Will dated 20 November 
1866, proved at Blandford 4 October 1867, 
by Jane Treves of Dorchester, relict, Thomas 
Christopher William Saunders of Dorchester 
and Edward Steele of Dorchester, the ESors. 



Dorset-T-Jane, 



dau. of John 
Knight of Honiton, 
CO. Devon ; bom 
4 July 1814; manr. 
at Devizes, co. 
Wilts, I September 
1842 ; died 9 Jan- 
uary 1892, bur. at 
Dorchester. 



Sir Frederick Treves of Dorchester^Anne Elizabeth, younger 



and of 6 Wimpole Street, Cavendish 
Square, London, Baronet, G.C.V.O., 
C.B., LL.D. (youngest son); bom at 
Dorchester 15 February, bapt. there 
16 March 1853 ; educated at Merchant 
Arms m record in the ColUge of Arms,^ Taylors' School and at the London 

5rtow„"ed"rbe'J^^ a \rZ HospUal, F R CS. Eng. (Exan>.) .878. 

4th quarters a dexter hand couped and M. 1875, L.b.A. 1874, Hon. L,Lp.D. 

erect proper and in the 2nd and 3rd Aberdeen 1903, Hon. M.D., M.Ch. 

quarters a tent purpure the pole and Trinity College, Dublin; Hunterian 

^tfA'}'}:L., .„:„ Professor of Anatomy z 



dau. of Alfred Samuel 
Mason of Dorchester, by 
Eleanor his wife, dau. of 
Lewis Webner, Obtain 
76th Regiment of Foot ; 
bom 16 December 1854; 
marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Sydenham, co. Kent (by 
the Rev. Henry Stevens, 
the Vicar), on Thursday, 
8 February 1877. 



6>../.-An opinicus sutant or wings ^'— — ' 7 Anatomy and Wilson 
elevated and addorsed purpure resting the Frofessor of Pathology and Member 
dexter paw upon a fleam fesswise argent of Council and Court of Examiners, 

iWS?//^.— Fortiter fideUter feUdter. Royal College of Surgeons, 1881-86; 

Examiner in Surgery, Cambridge University, 1891-96; Consulting 
Surgeon to the Forces in South Africa 1 899-1900, with Ladysmith Relief Column (mentioned in 
despatches, "London Gazette," 8 February and 16 April 1901, Queen's medal with three clasps); 
Surgeon-Extraordinary to Queen Victoria 1900-1901, Serjeant Surgeon-in-Ordinary to H.M. King 
Edward VII. from 1901, and Surgeon-in-Ordinary to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales; Hon. Colonel Royal 
Army Medical Corps (Militia) 30 August 1902, Hon. Staff-Surgeon Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve 
from 1903; Member of Advisory Board and Army Hospitals Committee, Army Medical Department, 
and Consulting Surgeon to London Hospital; Author of "Manual of Surgical Applied Anatomy," 1883, 
" Intestinal Obstruction " (Jacksonian Prize Essay), " Anatomy of the Intestinal Canal and Peritoneum 
in Man" and "In the Mammalia" (Hunterian Lectures 1885 and 1886), "German-English Dictionary of 
Medical Terms," 1889, "Manual of Operative Surgery," 1903, "Tale of a Field Hospital," 1900, "The 
Other Side of the Lantern," 1905, " Highways and Byways of Dorset," 1906, and Editor of other medical 
works; created C.B. 29 November 1900, K.C.V.O. 28 May 1901, G.C.V.O. 7 March 1905, and a Baronet 
30 July 1902 ; Knight of Grace of the Order of St John of Jerusalem ; Lord Rector of Aberdeen University. 



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Enid Margery, bom at Kingston Villa, Sydenham Park, co. Kent, on Friday, 4 January, Hetty Marion, 
bapt at Holy Trinity, Sydenham, 10 February 1878 ; marr. at All Souls', Langham bom at 18 
Place, London (by the Rev. Henry Eliot Delm^-Radcliffe, Vicar of South Tidworth, Gordon Square, 
CO, Hants), on Thursday, 3 July 1902, Lieut.-Colonel Charles Delm^-Radcliflfe, London, on Fri- 
C.M.G., M.V.O. (eldest son of Lieut-Colonel Emilius Charles Delmd-Radcliffe of day, 10 March, 
Titchfield, co. Hants, and Darmstadt, Germany, of the 88th Regiment of Foot, by bapt at St Pan- 
Elizabeth Baddicott his wife, 7th dau. of the Rev. James John Holroyd of White eras', London, 
Hall, CO. Essex, Rector of Abberton, co. Essex) ; bom at Camp Lodge, Colchester, 14 May 1882 ; 
CO. Essex, on Wednesday, 21 September 1864; Lieutenant 2nd Battalion Connaught died 31 May 
Rangers 6 Febmary 1884, Captain 12 Febmary 1890, Major 8 Febmary 1902, 1900, bur. in 
Brevet Lieut.-Colonel 9 February 1902, A.D.C. to Major-General Infantry Brigade, the cemetery at 
Gibraltar, 7 November 1893 to 8 May 1895, Deputy- Assistant Adjutant-General Dorchester. 
Chester (North-West District) 16 January 1896 to 20 July 1897 ; served in Uganda 
Protectorate 9 January 1898 (medal), employed with King's African Rifles 10 
January 1898, and in Command of Expedition into the Lango Country in 1901 ; 
employed on Anglo-German Boundary Commission, West of Victoria Nyanza, 8 July 
1902, Interpreter in French, German and Spanish (mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 12 September 1902, Brevet of Lieut.-Colonel); nominated 
M.V.O. (4th-class) 11 October 1904, and C.M.G. 9 November 1905. 



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Ermine a fesse dancett^e paly or and vert 
between two horses' heads erased in chief 
sable and three arrows in base one in pale 
surmounted by two in saltire the pheons 
downwards gold. 

Crest, — Five arrows interlaced or 
surmounted by a crescent sea sable. 

Motto, — Cave, cave. 



William Edmeades of Nurstead-pElizabethy 

Court, CO. Kent (son of Henry 

Edmeades of Nurstead Court, by 

Ann Wigzell his wife); bom 13 

May, bapt. at Nurstead 5 June 

1766; Captain in the Hon^e East 

India Co.'s Service; Lord of the 

Manor of Nurstead, and Patron of 

the livings of Ifield and Nurstead, 

both CO. Kent ; died at Nurstead 

Court, aged 86, on Monday, 26 

July, bur. at Nurstead 3 August 

1852. M.I. Will dated 2 March 

1849, with codicil of same date, 

proved (P.CC. 628, 52) 23 August 

1852, by the Rev. William Henry 

Edmeades, son, the sole Ei^or. 



younger 
dau. and coheir 
of John Allen of 
Hazells, Northfleet, 
CO. Kent, by Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. of 
William Farrant of 
Daren th, co. Kent; 
bapt. at Northfleet 

29 November 1775; 
marr. there 16 Sep- 
tember 1800; died 

30 September, bur. 
at Nurstead 7 Oc- 
tober 1836. M.I. 



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Mary, bapt. at 
Cobham, co. Kent, 
May 1802 ; 



Rev. William Henry Edmeades of Nurstead-rSaiah Mary Jane, eldest dau 



II 



died 7 June, bur. 
at Nurstead 13 
June 1808. 



Court; bom at Cobham 27 July, bapt. 
privately 31 July 1803, and received into 
the church at Cobham 18 December 
1804; educated at Harrow and at Merton 
College, Oxford, matriculated 5 June 1822, 
aged 18, B.A. 1826, M.A. 1830; Rector of 
Nurstead 17 October 1827 until his death; 
Lord of the Manor of Nurstead, and Patron of the livings of 
Ifield and Nurstead ; died suddenly at Nurstead Court, in his 
83rd year, on Sunday, 13 June, bur. at Nurstead 18 June 1886. 
M.I. Will dated 28 May 1886, proved (Prin. Reg., 703, 86) 
27 August 1886, by Henry Edmeades of Ashley House, 
Folkestone, co. Kent, and James Frederick Edmeades of 
Hazells, Northfleet, co. Kent, sons, two of the E&ors. 



of Matthew Isacke of North 
Foreland Lodffe, co. Kent, 
Captain Hon^« East India 
Co.'s Service, by Margaret his 
wife, dau. of Robert Steell; 
bom at Greenwich, co. Kent, 
27 September 1809, bapt. 
there 14 January 181 1 ; marr. 
at St Peter's, Isle of Thanet, 
CO. Kent (by the Rev. E. H. 
Bond), on Wednesday, 14 
November 1832 ; died at 
Nurstead Court, aged 75, on 
Tuesday, 27 January, bur. at 
Nurstead 31 January 1885. 
M.I. 



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William Edmeades of Nurstead Court; born at Cobham on Tuesday, 3 December 1833, bapt. 
at Nurstead 15 January 1834 ; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 19 May 1853, aged 19, 
B.A. 1857, M.A. 1864; Barrister-at-Law of Lincoln's Inn 1864; died unmarried at Nurstead 
Court on Tuesday, 12 May, bur. at Nurstead 16 May 1885. M.I. Admon was granted at the 
Principal Registry 29 June 1885, to the Rev. William Henry Edmeades of Nurstead, co. Kent, 
father, the next of kin. 



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John Alfred Edmeades of Hazells, Northfleet, co. Kent; 
bom at Greenwich, co. Kent, and bapt there 7 February 
1809; died at Hazells, Northfleet, aged 73, on Sunday, 
12 February, bur. at Nurstead, co. Kent, 17 February 1882. 
M.I. Will dated 17 January 1874, with codicil dated 
II February 1880, proved (Prin. Reg., 191, 82) 27 March 
1882, by Thomas Henry Baker of Owletts, Cobham, co. 
Kent, and James Frederick Edmeades of Nurstead Court, 
CO. Kent, nephew, two of the EXors. 



Robert Edmeades, bom at 
Brampton Place, East Wick- 
ham, CO. Kent, 17 July 
181 1 ; died unmarried 26 
November, bur. at Nurstead 
2 December 1836. M.I. 
Admon was granted (P.C.C.) 
17 December 1836, to William 
Edmeades, the father. 



Major-General Henry Edmeades of Nurstead Court and- 
Wrotham Place, both co. Kent; bom at Cobham 
16 October, bapt. at Nurstead 26 November 1835 ; 
entered the Army as Lieutenant Royal Artillery 31 July 
1855, Captain 16 July 1863, Major 5 July 1872, Lieut- 
Colonel 21 December 1881, Colonel i July 1885, 
Major-General 21 December 1886 (retired); served in 
the Indian Mutiny 1857-58, at actions of KsJee Nuddee, 
Sherghur Ghat and battle of Cawnpore (medal) ; served in 
the Boer War 1881, with the Natal Field Force; Lord of 
the Manor of Nurstead, and Patron of the livings of Ifield 
and Nurstead; J.P. and D.L. for co. Kent. 



-Mary Elisabeth, eldest dau. of the 
Rev. William Thomas CoUings, 
Seigneur of Sark, by Louisa 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
Frederick Corbin Lukis; bom 
at Wells, CO.. Somerset, 18 Jime 
1848; marr. at Guemsey 2 Au- 
gust 1870 ; died at Ashley 
House, Folkestone, co. Kent, on 
Saturday, 12 February, bur. at 
Nurstead 18 February 1887. 
M.L 



Mary Mildred, 
born at Wool- 
wich, CO. Kent, 
on Friday, 2 
June, bapt. at 
Nurstead 1 6July 
1871. 



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Mabel, bom at Woolwich on 
Monday, 16 September, bapt 
at Nurstead 3 November 1872; 
marr. there (by the Rev. 
Matthew Robert Edmeades, 
uncle of the bride, assisted by ' 
the Rev. Charles Johnson 
Gibson, the Rector) on Thurs- 
day, 30 October 1902, Charles 
Maurice Baker of the Indian 
Civil Service, 8th son of 
Thomas Henry Baker of 
Owletts, Cobham. 
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Henry Edmeades, bom at Hirzel House, 
Guemsey, on Monday, 8 February, bapt 
at Nurstead 25 April 1875; educated at 
Harrow; entered the Army as 2nd lieu- 
tenant 2nd Battalion York and Lancaster 
Regiment 15 May 1897, Lieutenant 24 
October 1899,* Captain 30 July 1902. 



Amye, bom at Aldershot, co. Hants, on 
Thursday, 7 December 1876, bapt at 
Nurstead 21 January 1877; died at Nurstead 
Court, aged 4, on Tuesday, 28 December, 
bur. at Nurstead 31 December 1880. M.I. 



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Rev. Matthew Robert Edmeades, bom at=-»Charlotte Isabella, youngest dau. of John 

Pennis House, Fawkham, co. Kent, 1 2 January, Richmond Seymour of Crowood, co. Wilts ; 

bapt. at Nurstead, co. Kent, 4 March 1841 ; born 15 April 1828; marr. at St. James', 

educated at Harrow and at Trinity College, Dover, co. Kent (by the Rev. Charles 

Oxford, matriculated 20 June 1859, aged 18, Frederick Seymour, Rector of Winchfield, 

B.A. 1864, M.A. 1869; Vicar of Great Bedwyn, co. Hants, assisted by the father of the 

CO. Wilts, 1875; died s.p, at the Vicarage, bridegroom), 13 July 1870; died at the 

Great Bedwyn, in his 64th year, on Sunday, Vicarage, Great Bedwyn, on' Monday, 11 

I January, bur. at Great Bedwyn 6 January January, bur. at Great Bedwyn 15 January 

1905. M.I. Will dated 28 December 1904, 1904. M.I. Will dated 3 October 1899, 

proved at Salisbury 18 March 1905, by Henry proved at Salisbury 8 April 1904, by Henry 

Edmeades of Nurstead Court, co. Kent, and Richard Trecothick Fort, Surgeon, nephew, 

James Frederick Edmeades of Hazells, the surviving Eil^or. 
Northfleet, co. Kent. 



Lieut.-Colonel James Frederick Edmeades^-Mary Erskine (his cousin), elder dau. of Frederick 
of Hazells, Northfleet, co. Kent, M.V.O. ; James Isacke of Woodview, Booterstown, co. 
bom at Pennis House, Pawkham, Dublin, Captain 9th Lancers and jth Fusiliers, 
on Saturday, 8 July, bapt at Nurstead, by Mary Turner Erskine his wife, dau. of 
20 August 1843; educated at Harrow; Matthew Fortescue, formerly of the Coldstream 
Captain (Hon. Major) West Kent (Queen's Guards (son of the Hon^^ Matthew Fortescue 
Own) Imperial Yeomanry 16 December of Castle Hill, co. Devon); bom at Woodview, 
1876, Major (Hon._ J^ieut. -Colonel) 22 Booterstown, on Monday, 28 February 1853; 

marr. at St. Mary's, Donnybrook, co. Dublin (by 
the Rev. Matthew Robert Edmeades, Vicar of 
Great Bedwyn, assisted by the Rev. Canon 
Arthur Gore Ryder, D.D., the Rector, the 
Rev. T. Hutchinson and the Rev. Samuel Sandys), 
on Thursday, i February 1883. 



November 1901 ; J.P. for co. Kent, 
nominated M.V.O. (4th-class) 26 July 1905. 



Florence, bom at Sandgate, co. Kent, 
on Thursday, 5 September, bapt. at 
Nurstead 20 October 1878 ; marr. 
there (by the Rev. Matthew Robert 
Edmeades, Vicar of Great Bedwyn, 
uncle of the bride, assisted by the 
Rev. Charles Johnson Gibson, the 
Rector, the Rev. Colin Arthur Fitz- 
gerald Campbell and the Rev. Francis 
Bunbury Fitzgerald Campbell) on 
Tuesday, 21 June 1904, Herbert Baker 
of Johannesburg and Cape Town, South 
Africa, 4th son of Thomas Henry Baker 
of Owletts, Cobham, co. Kent. 



William Allaire Edmeades, 
bom at Sandgate on Tuesday, 
13 January, bapt. at Nurstead 
28 March 1880; educated at 
Wellington ; entered the Army 
as 2nd Lieutenant Royal 
Artillery 9 August 1899, 
Lieutenant 16 Febmary 
1901, Captain 19 May 1906; 
served in South African War 
1 900- 1 90 1 (mentioned in 
despatches, "London Gazette," 
10 September 1901, Queen's 
medal with four clasps). 



Hilda Margaret, bom 
at Ashley House, 
Folkestone, co. Kent, 
on Monday, 6 De- 
cember 1886, bapt. at 
Nurstead 20 February 
1887. 



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3Rounli of 'WLm *erg!)oIt, to. €s^s^tj:. 

Arms, — Ardent on a chevron sable three annulets of the field. 
Cresf. — A hon couchant argenL 
Motto. — Esse qoam yideri. 

John Round of Danbury Park and of West Bergholt, both-^Susan Constanda, eldest dau. of 



CO. Essex, D.C.L. (only son of John Round of St Martin's, 
Colchester, and of St Clere's Hall, both co. Essex, Barrister- 
at-Law, by Catherine his wife, dau. of Edward Green of Law- 
ford Hall, CO. Essex, and widow of Rev. Richard Daniel, D.D., 
and grandson of William Round of Birch Hall, co. Essex) ; 
born at St Martin's House, Colchester, 8 March 1783; of 
Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 17 June 1801, aged 18, 
B.A. 1805, M.A. 1808; created D.C.L. 16 June 1814; J.P. 
and D.L. for co. Essex, High Sheriff 1834; M.P. for Ipswich 
1812-18, and for Maldon 1837-47; High Steward of 
Colchester 18 18 until his death ; died at 15 Brunswick 
Terrace, Brighton, co. Sussex, in his 78th year, on Saturday, 
28 April, bur. at Danbury 3 May i860. Will dated 16 April 
1859, proved (Prin. R^., 339, 60) 9 May i860, by John 
Round of 15 Brunswick Terrace, Brighton, Frederick Peel 
Round of the same place, and Edmund Round of i Harcourt 
Buildings, Inner Temple, London, Barrister-at-Law, sons, the 
Eftors. Miniature and two Pencil Portraits in the possession 
of John Horace Pounds LL,D,^ his grandson. 



C^^^^ 




George Caswall of Sacombe Park, 
CO. Hertford, and of West Berg- 
holt, CO. Essex, and coheir of 
her brother, George Newman 
Caswall; born 2 October 1789; 
marr. at St George's, Hanover 
Square, London (by the Rt 
Rev. VVilliam Howley, Bishop of 
London), 18 March 181^ ; died, 
aged 56, 27 May, bur. at 
Danbury 3 June 1845. Admon 
(with will dated 26 August 1843) 
was granted (Prin. Reg., 596, 
45) in July 1845, to John Round, 
husband, and John Roimd, the 
younger, Frederic Peel Round 
and Edmund Round, sons, 
the Eftors. Two Miniatures 
(by PHmer and Poss), Pastel 
and Pencil Drawings in the 
possession of John Horace Rounds 
LL.D.^ her grandson. 



John Round of West Bergholt and of 15 Brunswick Terrace,-^Laura, youngest dau. and 



Brighton; bom at 17 Lower Brook Street, London, 19 April 181 6; 
educated at Harrow (admitted 1829) and at Balliol College, 
Oxford, matriculated 16 May 1834, aged 18, B.A. 1838, M.A. 
1841 ; a Student of the Inner Temple 1838 ; Captain Essex 
Yeomanry; died at his residence, 15 Brunswick Terrace, Brighton, 
in his 72nd year, on Wednesday, 18 May, bur. at Danbury 23 
May 1887. Will daled 29 November 1876, with codicil dated 
7 December 1876, proved (Prin. Re^., 643, 87) 27 July 1887, 
by John Horace Round of 15 Brunswick Terrace, Brighton, son, 
and Edmund Round of i Harcourt Buildings, Temple, London, 
Barrister-at-Law, brother, the Eitors. MinicUure and Pencil 
Drawing in the possession of John Horace Rounds LL,D,^ his son. 




coheir, and in her issue, 
sole heir of Horatio 
(Horace) Smith, by Sophia 
Ford his 2nd wife; marr. 
at Hove, co. Sussex (by the 
Rev. James Stuart Murray 
Anderson, Preacher of 
Lincoln's Inn, London), 
on Tuesday, 26 April 
1853; died at Lucerne, 
Switzerland, aged 36, on 
Saturday, 27 August, bur. 
at Danbury 10 September 
1864. Portrait in oils by 
John James Masquerier^ 
and a Bust by Sir Edgar 
Joseph Boehniy P.A,y in the 
possession of John Horace 
Pounds LL.D.y her son. 



John Horace Round of West Bergholt and of 15 Brunswick Terrace, Brighton, LL.D. ; 
bom at 15 Brunswick Terrace, Brighton, on Wednesday, 22 February, bapt at Hove 
28 March 1854 ; of Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 20 October 1874, aged 20, B.A. (ist- 
class in modem history) 1879, M.A. 1881 ; Hon. LL.D. (Edin.) 1905; D.L. for co. Essex; 
Lord of the Manor of West Bergholt ; Vice-President Essex Archaeological Society ; Author of 
"Geoffrey de Mandeville," 1892, "Feudal England," 1895, "The Commune of London," 1899, 
and other works. 

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Frederic Peel Round, bom at 
39 Piccadilly, London, 22 May 
1818 ; educated at Harrow 
(admitted 1831) and at Balliol 
College, Oxford, matriculated 18 
March 1836, aged 17, B.A. 1839; 
a Student of the Inner Temple 
1838; Gentleman Usher of the 
Green Rod 18 July 1842 until 
his death ; died unmarried at 
Pau, les Basses Pyren^, France, 
in his 66th year, on Sunday, 
18 May 1884, bur. in the 
cemetery at . Pau. Will dated 
31 May 1883, proved (Prin. 
^^•> 510, 84) 21 June 1884, 
by Edmund Round of i Har- 
court Buildings, Inner Temple, 
London, Barrister-at-Law, brother, 
the sole Eitor. Miniature^ and 
a Statuette by Sir Edgar Joseph 
Boehniy R,A,y in the possession of 
John Horace Rounds LL.D.^ his 
nephew. 



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Edmund Round of Wivenhoe,»- 
co. Essex; bom at 25 Albe- 
marle Street, London, on 
Friday, 31 March 1820 ; 
educated at Harrow (admitted 
April 1833) and at Balliol 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
28 March 1838, aged 17, B.A. 

1841, M.A. 1844; a Student of 
the Inner Temple 19 January 

1842, called to the Bar 31 
January 1845; J. P. for co. 
Essex ; died s.p. at i Harcourt 
Buildings, Inner Temple, aged 
71, on Thursday, 24 Eiecem- 
ber, bur. at Danbury, co. Essex, 
30 December 1 89 1 . Will dated 
15 April 1890, proved (Prin. 
^6&* i95i 9^) 34 February 
1892, by Herbert Riversdale 
Mansel Jones, Barrister-at-Law, 
the sole Exor. Miniature in 
the possession of John Horace 
Raundy LL.D^ his nephew. 



■Louisa (Caroline, dau. of 
Charles George Parker 
of Springfield Place, co. 
Essex, by Isabella his 
wife, dau. of James 
Houson; bom at Moul- 
sham, CO. Essex, 20 June 
182 1 ; marr. at Spring- 
field (by the Rt Rev. 
George Murray, Bishop 
of Rochester) 10 October 
1846; died s.p. at 31 
Chester Square, London, 
I November, bur. in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London, 5 November 
1903. Will dated 16 
Au^t 1897, proved 
(Pnn. R^., 1496, 1903) 
8 December 1903, by 
Henry John Andrews 
Eyre and Douglas Eyre, 
Barrister-at-Law, nephews, 
the Eitors. 



I 
Laura Constance, born at 15 Brunswick 
Terrace, Brighton, on Monday, 16 
April 1855; died in Paris, in her 9th 
year, on Thursday, 7 April, bur. there 

9 April 1864, the remains being 
subsequently re-interred at Danbury 

10 September following. 



Violet Grace, bom at 15 Brunswick Terrace, Brighton, 
on Monday, 28 July 1856; marr. at St. Michael's, 
Chester Square, London (by the Rev. Canon James 
Fleming, B.D.), on Saturday, 5 January 1889, 
Frederick David Charles Shaw-Kennedy, youngest 
son of John Shaw-Kennedy of Kirkmichael, co. 
Ayr, J.P. and D.L. for co. Ayr. 



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Constantia Catherine Anne, bom at 25 Albemarle Street, London, on 
Thursday, 24 April 1823; marr. at Hove, co. Sussex (by the Rev. James 
Stuart Murray Anderson, Chaplain-in-Ordinary to Queen Victoria), on 
Tuesday, 9 May 1848, as his 3rd wife, Vice-Admiral Henry Alexander 
Story, R.N. (son of Philip Laycock Story); bom 25 July 1813; 
entered the Royal Naval College in December 1826, embarked in 
December 1828 as Midshipman on board the " Madagascar '' in the 
Mediterranean, promoted Lieutenant 1838; served in the ** Druid" at 
the earlier operations of the War in China, and assisted at the capture of 
the enemy's forts at Tycocktow and Chuenpee ; appointed ist Lieutenant 
to the "Gorgon" for South America in 1842, Commander 9 November 
1846, Inspecting Commander in the Coastguard at Dartmouth February 
1850 to August 1854; obtained command of the "Harrier," 17, fitting 
for North America and the West Indies, and subsequently served in the 
Baltic until the close of the Russian War; became retired Captain in 
1864, Rear-Admiral in 1873, ^^^ Vice-Admiral in 1878; died at 
Avranches, France, on Tuesday, 22 July 1879, bur. there. Will dated 
9 October 1866, with codicil dated 18 March 1879, proved (Prin. Reg., 
740, 79) 13 August 1879, ^y Amelia Caroline Story of Pau, Francej 
spinster, his daughter, the sole Executrix [who married Colonel Bowen 
Buscarlet, Sussex Regiment, and died s.p. at Pau 26 December 1904]. 
She died s.p. at Chateau de Recoules, Aveyron, France, aged 69, on 
Saturday, 10 September 1892, and was bur. in the cemetery at Pau. 
Will dated 18 July 1892, proved (Prin. Reg., 952, 92) 24 September 
1892, by Frederic David Charles Shaw-Kennedy, one of the Ei^ors. 



I 
Eliza Mary, born 
at 8 Brunswick 
Terrace, Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, 26 Jan- 
uary 1827; died 
at Danbury Park, 
in her nth year, 
on Sunday, 1 2 
November, bur. 
at Danbury 18 
November 1837. 



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NELSON. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Or a cross flory sable a bend 
gules surmounted by another engrailed of the field charged 
with three bombs fired proper a chief (of augmentation) 
undulated argent thereon waves of the sea fix>m which a palm 
tree issuant between a disabled ship on the dexter and a battery 
in ruins on the sinister aU proper. 

Crests. — I, (of augmentation) On a naval crown or the chdengk or 
plume of triumph presented to Horatio, ist Lord Nelson, by 
the Grand Signior, or Sultan, for the victory of the Nile; 
2, Upon waves of the sea the stern of a Spanish man-of-war 
proper thereon inscribed ''San Josef^" the whole surmounted by 
the motto: "Faith and works." 

Supporters. — Dexter: A sailor armed with a cutlass and a pair of pistols 
in his belt proper the exterior hand supporting a staff thereon 
hoisted a commodore's flag gules and (for augmentation) in his 
sinister a palm branch proper; Sinister: A lion rampant 
reguardant proper in his mouth two broken flag-stafis proper 
flowing from one a Spanish flag or and gules and (for 
augmentation) from the other a French or tri-coloured flag in 
his dexter paw a palm branch proper. 

Motto. — Palmam qui meruit ferat. 



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Rev. Edmund Nelson (son of the Rev. 
Nelson, Vicar of Sporle and Rector of Hilborough, 
both CO. Norfolk, Patron of the living of Hilborough, 
by Mary his wife [a Ring insmbed: '^mary . 
NELSON . OB : 14 . JULY . 1789 . «, \ 91," is preserved 
in the collection of Memorial Rings belonging to 
Frederick Arthur Crisp], dau. of John Bland of 
Cambridge); born 19 March, bapt at East 
Bradenham, co. Norfolk, 29 March 1723; of Caius 
College, Cambridge, admitted 10 July 1741, Scholar 
1741-48, Fellow 1751-53* B-A. i745» M.A. 1750; 
Rector of Hilborough and of Little Palgrave, co. 
Norfolk, and Vicar of Sporle 1747-55, and afterwards 
Rector of Bumham Thorpe, co. Norfolk, which living 
he held for 46 years ; died in Great Pulteney Street, 
Bath, CO. Somerset, in his 79th year, on Monday, 
26 April, bur. at Bumham Thorpe 11 May 1802. 
Marble Tablet in the church. Will dated 12 January 
1801, proved (P.CC, 564 Kenyon) 10 July 1802, by 
the Rev. William Nelson, D.D., son, the sole Eltor. 



Edmund-rCatherihe, 



only dau. of the Rev. Maurice 
Suckling, J^JD.^ Prebendary of Westminster 
and Rector of Barsham, ca Suffolk, and 
sister of Captain Maurice 'Sucklings 
Comptroller of the Navy [a Ring inscribed: 

"MAURICE . SUCKUNG . ESQ .OB: 1 7 JULY . 

1778 . M.I 52," is preserved in the collectum 
of Memorial Rings belonging to Frederick 
Arthur Crisp], by Anne his wife [a Ring 
inscribed : '*a: suckling . ob : 5 . jan : 
1768 . iET: 75," is preserved in the collection 
of Memorial Rings belonging to Frederick 
Arthur Crisp], dau. of Sir Charles Turner 
of Warham, co. Norfolk, Baronet; bom 
at Barsham 9 May, bapt. there 27 May 
1725; marr. at Beccles, co. Suffolk, 11 
May 1749; died, aged 42, 26 December, 
bur. at Bumham Thorpe 30 December 1767. 
M.I. 



Edmund Nelson, bom at Swaffham, co. 
Norfolk, 5 April, bapt there 12 April, 
died 7 August, and bur. at Hilborough 
13 August 1750. M.L 



Horatio Nelson, born at Swafifham 28 
July, bapt. there 27 August, and bur. at 
Hilborough 15 November 1751. M.I. 



Maurice Nelson, bom at Swaffham 24 May, bapt there 
10 June 1753 ; Clerk in the Auditor's Office of the Excise 
1768-80; died, aged 48, on Friday, 24 April, bur. at 
Burnham Thorpe 7 May 1801. M.I. Will dated 16 
July 1795, proved (P.C.C. 407 Abercrombie) 9 June 
1801, by Horatio, Viscount Nelson, Duke of Bronte 
in Sicily, Knight of the Most Honourable Ord^ of 
the Bath, Rear-Admiral in his Majesty's Navy, brother, 
the E&or. 



Jemima Susanna ^twin 
with Catherine), Dom 
at Wells, CO. Norfolk, 
and bapt there 20 No- 
vemba: 1781 ; died at 
Wangford, co. Suffolk, 
10 August, bur. at 
Bumham Westgate, 
CO. Norfolk, 17 August 
1864. Will dated 17 
May 1863, proved 
(Pnn. Reg., 629, 64) 3 
October 1864, by Mary 
Anne Bolton of Burn- 
ham Westgate, spinster, 
niece, and William 
Bolton Girdlestone of 
Burnham Westgate, 
nephew, the Eitors. 



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Catherine (twin with Jemima Susanna), bapt. at Wells 20 November 1781 ; 
marr. on Wednesday, 18 May 1803, her cousin, Captain Sir William 
Bolton, R.N. (younger son of the Rev. William Bolton [brother of Thomas 
Bolton, see next page], Rector of Hollesley, co. Suffolk, and of Brancaster, 
CO. Norfolk, by Mary his wife, dau. of William Woodthorpe of Oakley, 
CO. Essex); entered the Royal Navy in 1793, and served under Lord 
Nelson as a Midshipman and Lieutenant during the greater part of the 
French revolutionary war; advanced to the rank of Commander in 1801, 
appointed to the ''Childers'' sloop of war in 1803, and posted 10 April 
1805; he subsequently commanded H.M.S. "Eurydice," "Druid," 
" Endymion " and " Forth " frigates on the Mediterranean, Irish, Channel 
and North American Stations, and during this period made the following 
captiu-es, "le Basque," French national brig of 16 guns and 112 men, 
laden with flour, &c, for the relief of Guadelope, "le Milan," privateer 
of 14 guns and 80 men, and the " Regent," American letter-of-marque of 
5 guns and 35 men; knighted at St James' Palace 18 May 1803, in 
consequence of being appointed by Lord Nelson to be installed as his 
proxy at the installation of the Knights of the Bath, which took place 
the following day; died, aged 53, i December, bur. at Costessey, co. 
Norfolk, 22 December 1830. Admon was granted (P.CC.) 26 August 
1831, to Dame Catherine Bolton, relict. Further admon granted at 
the Principal Registry 28 February 1874, to Ellen Girdlestone, wife of Horatio Girdlestone, 
M.D., of Andover, co. Hants, daughter, and one of the next of kia She died at Bumham 
Thorpe, aged 75, on Wednesday, 22 April, and was bur. at Bumham Westgate 29 April 1857. 
Will dated 23 July 1853, proved (P.CC. 351, 57) 23 May 1857, by Mary Anne Bolton, spinster, 
daughter, and William Bolton Girdlestone, nephew, the £&ors. =^ 

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Thomas Bolton of Wells, formerly of Cranwich, both co.' 
Norfolk (youngest son of Samuel Bolton of Coddenham, 
CO. Suffolk, by Anne his wife, dau. of Edward Minster of Yaxley, 
CO. Suffolk); bapt at Coddenham 17 April 1753; died, -in his 
83rd year, 17 October, bur. at Bumham Thorpe, co. Norfolk, 
24 October 1834. Will dated 28 September 1834, proved 
(P.C.C 27s Gloster) 13 May 1835, by Thomas, Earl Nelson, 
only son, and Jemima Susannah Bolton, spinster, daughter, 
the Exors. 



-|-Susannah, bom at Sporle, co. 
Norfolk, 12 June, bapt there 
by her father 17 June 1755; 
marr. at Bumham>.Thorpe 
5 August 1780; died at 
Bradeziham, co. Suffolk, aged 
58, on Tuesday, 13 July, bur. 
at Bumham Thorpe 19 July 
1813. M.I. 



Anne, bom at Thomas Nelson, Earl Nelson, Viscount^Frances Elizabeth, only dau. and 
Wells and bapt. Merton of Trafalgar, Baron Nelson ; born 
there 20 August 7 July, bapt. 10 July 1786 (baptism 
17^3; <iied in registered at St Michael-at-Pleas, Nor- 
infancy. wich); educated at the High School, 

Norwich, and at Peterhouse, Cambridge, 

B.A. 181 1, M.A. 1814; Comet ist 
Regiment Suffolk Yeomanry Cavalry i July i8i6; D.L. for 
CO. Wilts, High Sheriff 1834; one of the esquires at the 
installation of his uncle, Horatio, Viscount Nelson, as 
Knight of the Bath, 19 May 1803; succeeded his uncle, 
the Rev. William, Earl Nelson, as 2nd Earl 28 Febmary 
1835, and assumed the surname and arms of Nelson in 
compliance with an Act passed for securing the Nelson 
annuity; died at Brickworth House, co. Wilts, aged 49, 
I November, bur. in the chapel yard at Standlynch, 
CO. Wilts, 9 November 1835. Will dated 25 July 1834, 
with codicil dated 26 October 1835, proved (P.C.C. 
40 Stowell) 7 January 1836, by the Rev. Henry Girdle- 
stone, Nelson Matcham and Frances Elizabeth, Dowager 
Countess Nelson, relict, the Floors named in will, and 
George Matcham, D.L., the EiLor named in codicil. 



heir of John Maurice Eyre of 
Landford and of Brickworth, both 
CO. Wilts, by Frances his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. Edward Foyle; 
marr. at Landford 21 February 
1 821; died at her residence, 
Landford House, in her 82nd 
year, on Thursday, 28 March 
1878, bur. in the chapel yard at 
Standlynch. Will dated 26 May 
1866, with codicil dated 3 April 
1869, proved (Prin. R^., 335, 
78) 15 April 1878, by Horatio, 
Earl Nelson, the Rev. the Hon»>*« 
John Horatio Nelson of Shaw 
Rectory, co. Berks, and the Hon^« 
Maurice Nelson of Landford 
House, CO. Wilts, Captain in the 
Royal Navy, sons, the Eftors. 



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GeorgeBolton, Elizabeth Anne, bom at Brancaster, co. Norfolk, 20 April 1790; AnneNelson, 
born 10 No- marr. in i8ii, the Rev. Henry Girdlestone (son of Henry John bom 30 Oc- 
vember 1787 ; Girdlestone by Ann \n€t Bolton] his wife); bom at Wells, co. tober 1791 ; 
died at sea in Norfolk, 11 April, bapt. privately 13 September 1785 (baptism died 3 Oc- 
1799. registered at Wells); of Emmanuel CoU^e^ Cambridge, tober, bur. 

matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1853, B.A. 1857 ; Rector of at Burnham 
Colton St. Andrew, co. Norfolk, 181 5, and of Landford 1833 ; Westgate, co. 
died at the Rectory, Landford, aged 86, on Wednesday, Norfolk, ,9 
I Febmary, bur. at Landford 8 February 187 1. Will dated October 1830. 
4 May 1863, with two codicils dated respectively i November 
1865 ^^'^ ^ November 1866, proved (Prin. Reg., 172, 71) 
10 March 187 1, by Nelson Girdlestone of 57 Priory Road, 
Kilbum, CO. Middlesex, son, the surviving Eltor. She died 
at Landford 4 Febmary, and was bur. there 9 February 1861. 

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Sarah, dau. o^x^^- William Ndson» D.D., Eari Nebon,^ 



the Rev. Henry 
Yonge, Vicar 
of Great Tor- 
rington, ca 
Devon; marr. at 
Swaffham, co. 
Norfolk, 9 No- 
vember 1786; 
died in Port- 
man Square, 
London, aged 
78, IS April, 
bur. in St 
Paul's Cathe- 
dral 29 April 
1828. i8t wife. 



Viscount Merton of Trafalgar, Baron 
Nelson and Duke of Bronte ; bom 20 April, 
bapt at Bumham Thorpe, co. Norfolk, 
3 May 1757; educated at Norwich and 
North Walsham Grammar Schools, and at 
Christ's College, Cambridge, admitted 
Pensioner 1774, B.A. 1778, M.A. 1781 ; 
Rector of Brandon Parva, co. Norfolk, 
31 January 1784, and of Hilborough 1797 ; 
created D.D. of Cambridge 15 January 
1802 and of Oxford 30 July 1802 ; 
Prebendary of Canterbury 24 May 1803 
and Vice-Dean of Canterbury; succeeded 
his brother, Horatio, Viscount Nelson, as 
2nd Baron Nelson and Duke of Bront^ 
21 October 1805; created Earl Nelson 
of TraCEilgar, arid Viscount Merton of 
Trafalgar in the Peerage of the United 
Kingdom 20 November 1805; died in 
Portman Square, London, aged 77, 28 
February, bur. in St Paul's Cathedral 
9 March 1835. Will dated 13 July 1832, 
proved (P.CC 189 Ghster) 19 March 1835, 
by Samuel, Baron Bridport, the Rev. William 
Johnson Yonge and the Rev. William 
Barlow, three of the Eitors. Power reserved 
to Hilare, Countess Nelson, relict, and 
Chark>tte Mary, Lady Bridport, wife of 
Samuel, Baron Bridport, daughter, the other 
Eitors. A Ring inscribed : ''wiluam earl 

N£LSON DUKE OF BRONTE OB*^ 28^ FEB^ 

1835 iET 77," is preserved in the collection 
of Memariai Rings belonging to Frederick 
Arthur Crisp. 



Hilare, 3rd dau. of Rear- 
Admiral Sir Robert Barlow, 
G.C.B., R.N., by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of William Garrett 
of Worting, co. Hants; marr. 
by special Hcence at St 
Greorge's, Hanover Square, 
London (by the Rev. the 
Hon"« Frederick Hotham), on 
Thursday, 26 March 1829. 
She marr. istly, C^>tain 
Geoige Ulric Barlow, ddest 
son of Sir George Bariow, 
G.C.R, and 3rdly at St Mary's, 
Bryanston Square, London, 
7 February 1837, George 
Thomas Knight She died 
suddenly in Paris on Tuesday, 
22 December 1857. Admon 
(with will dated 5 June 1857) 
was granted (Prin. Reg., 
69, 58) 13 February 1858, to 
G<»Tge Thomas Knight of the 
University Qub House, Suffolk 
Street, Pall Mall, London, the 
lawful husband, and William 
Henry Barlow of Beechfield 
House, Doncaster, co. York, 
nephew, the Eftors. 2nd wife. 



Charlotte Mary, bom 20 September 1787 ; succeeded 
her father as Duchess of Bront^ 28 February 1835, 
according to the law of Sicily; marr. 3 July 1810, 
Samuel, Baron Bridport of Cricket St. Thomas, 
CO. Somerset, in the Peerage of Ireland; bom 
7 December 1788; succeeded his great^ncle, 
Alexander, Viscount and Baron Bridport, as 2nd 
Baron 3 May 1814 ; died at his residence at Cricket 
St Thomas, in his 8oth year, on Monday, 6 January 
1868, bur. at Cricket St Thomas. She died at 
Cricket St Thomas, in her 86th year, on Wednesday, 
29 January 1873, and was bur. there. 



Horatio Nelson, Viscount Trafalgar; 
born 26 October 1788, and bapt 
at Hilborough ; educated at Eton and 
at Cambridge; received Royal warrant 
in March 1806, to accept and wear 
the insignia of the Order of St Joachim 
wom by his uncle, Horatio, Viscount 
Nelson; died at Wame's Hotel, 
Conduit Street, Hanover Square, 
London, in his 20th year, 17 January, 
bur. in St. Paul's Cathedral 25 January 
1808. 



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Vice-Admiral Horatio Ndson, Viscount Nelson, Baron— 'Frances Herbert, dau. of William 
Nelson and Duke of Bront^ K.B., D.C.L. ; bom at the Woolward, Senior Judge of the 
Parsonage House, Biunham Thorpe, co. Norfolk, 29 Sep- Island of Nevis, West Indies; 
tember, bapt privately 5 October 1758 (Sponsors: Lord bapt in May 1761 ; marr. at 
Walpole, Dr. Hamond and Mrs. Joyce Pyle), and received Figtree Churdh, Nevis, 12 March 
into the diurch at Bumham Thorpe 15 November 1787; had ;^2ooo a year setded 
following; educated at the High School, Norwich, and at on her by Act of Parliament 
North Walsham, co. Norfolk ; entered the Royal Navy 1806. She marr. istly, 28 June 
as Midshipman on board the " Raisonnable " under his 1779, Josiah Nisbet of the Island 
uncle, Captain Maurice Suckling, i January 1771, Acting of Nevis, M.D., by whom she 
Lieutenant 26 September 1776, lieutenant 9 Apnl 1777, had one son. Captain Josiah 
Commander 8 December 1778, Post-Captain 11 June Nisbet, R.N., who died in France 
1779, Acting Commodore, West India Station, July 1786 14 July 1830, and was bur. at 
to Jime 1787, Colonel of Marines i June 1795, Com- Littleham, Exmouth, co. Devon, 
modore in the Mediterranean 11 August 1795 to 1797, M.I. She died in Harley Street, 
Rear- Admiral of the Blue 20 February 1797, and of ^e London, 6 May, and was bur. in 
Red 14 February 1799, Vice-Admiral of the Blue i January the churchyard at Littleham 14 
1801 and of the White 23 April 1804; second in command May 1831. M.I. Will dated 
of the Baltic 17 February 1801 and Commander-in-Chief 18 April 1831, with two codicils 

5 May to 9 June 1801, Vice-Admiral commanding between dated respectively 26 April 1831 
Orford and Beacby Head 24 July 1801 to 10 April and 3 May 1831, proved (P.C.C. 
1802, Commander-in-Chief of ^e Mediterranean 16 May 289 IMs) 13 May 1831, by 
1803; took pmrt under Sir John Jervis in the defeat Samuel, Baron Bridport, and 
of the Spanish Navy off Cape St. Vincent 14 February Charles Bulkeley Egerton, the 
1797 (losing his arm in an engagement off Teneriffe Eitors. 

24 July 1797); in command at the battle of the Nile or 
Aboukir i August 1798 (wounded) and was created Baron 
Nelson of the Nile and of Bumham Thorpe, ca Norfolk, in the Peerage of Great Britain, 

6 November 1798, receiving the thanks of Parliament; he effected at Naples, in June 1799, 
the restoration of King Ferdinand, and by him was made a Knight Grand Cross of 
St Ferdinand and Merit of Naples 7 January 1801, and created Duke of Bront^ in Sicily 
9 January 1801, with considerable estates in the island, being granted by Royal Licence 
dated September 1801, permission for himself and his heirs to hold the Dukedom; effected 
the annihilation of the Northern Confederacy by the defeat of the Dani^ Fleet off Copmhagen 
in April 1801, and was created Viscount Nelson of the Nile and of Bumham Thorpe 22 May 
1801, also created Baron Nelson of the Nile and of Hilborough, co. Norfolk, both in the 
Peerage of the United Kingdom, 18 August following; in command at the battle of Trafalgar 
against the combined fleets of France and Spain; created K.B. 17 May 1797, invested at 
St. James' Palace 27 September 1797; appointed High Steward of Ipswich 11 October 1798; 
admitted to the Frasdom of the City of Exeter 21 January 1801 and of Plymouth 24 January 
following ; Senior Knight of ist-class of the Crescent of Turtcey 20 March 1802, Grand 
Commander of St Joachim of Leiningen 15 July 1802 ; created D.C.L. of Oxford 30 March 
1802; killed at the battle of Trafalgar, aged 47, 21 October 1805, brought home in the 
"Victory," and buried in state in the crypt of St. Paul's Cathedral 9 January 1806. 
Memorials at St. Paul's Cathedral, Trafalgar Square, London, Calton HiU, Edmburgh, 
O'ConneU Street, Dublin, and many others. A Bust has also recently been placed in Sie 
church at Burnham Thorpe by the East Anglian Society to commemorate the Centenary. 
Will dated 10 May 1803, with seven codicils dated respectively (i) 13 May 1803, 
(2) 6 September 1803, (3) private letter undated, (4) 19 February 1804, (5) 6 April 1804, 
(6) dated on board the "Victory" in the Gulf of Sardinia 19 December 1804, and (7)- 
II September 1805, proved (P.C.C. 881 Nelson) 23 December 1805, by the Rev. William 
Nelson, D.D., Viscount Merton and Earl Nelson of Trafalgar, and William Haslewood, the 
Eltors. Portraits: by John Hoppner^ R,A,^ in St. /ames* Palace ; by Lemuel Francis 
Abbott^ in the Painted Hall at Greenwich^ and another in the National Portrait Gallery ; 
by Heinrich Puger, for which Lord Nelson sat while at Vienna in iSoOy by John Zoffany^ 
R.A.y and a full-length by Leonard Guttardi^ all three at the Admiralty ; by John 
Francis Rigaud^ R.A,^ which Lord Nelson presented to Captain William Locher in ij8i^ 
belongs to Earl Nelson^ who also has another painted by Leonard Guzzardi in i/pp. A gold 
ringy enamelled in blach, with a Viscount and Duk^s coronet in colours^ the 
initials "n b" and the word "Trafalgar." On the shank is engraved: 
"PALMAM QUI MERUIT FERAT," and at the back of the head: "lost to 
HIS COUNTRY 21 OCT. 180$ AGED 47," is preserved in the collection of 
Memorial Rings belonging to Frederick Arthur Crisp. 

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Anne, bom 20 September, bapt at Burnbam 
Thorpe, co. Norfolk, 27 September 1760; died at 
Bath 15 November, bur. at Bathford, co. Somerset, 
18 November 1783. Will dated 2 November 1783, 
proved (P.CC. 361 CamwaUis) 4 December 1783, 
by the Rev. Edmund Nelson, lather, the sole ElLor. 



Edmund Nelson, bom 4 June, bapt at Bumham 
Thorpe 11 June 1762 ; died, aged 28, 11 December, 
bur. at Burnham Thorpe 16 December 1789. 



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Rev. Suckling Nelson, bom 5 January, 
\yijgfL at Burnham Thorpe 12 January 
1764; of Christ's College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1795 ; died at Bumham Thorpe, 
aged 35, bur. there 20 April 1799. 



George Nelson, bom 13 September, bapt. 
at Bumham Thorpe 18 September 1765 ; 
died, aged 6 months, 21 March, bur. 
at Burnham Thorpe 24 March 1766. 



Thomas Nelson, Earl 
Viscount Merton of Trafalgar 
and Baron Nelson. 

(&er pc^e 187.) 



Nelson,^Frances 



Elizabeth, only dau. and 
heir of John Maurice Eyre of 
Landford and of Brickworth, both 
CO. Wilts, by Frances his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. Edward Foyle. 



Horatio Nelson, Earl Nelson, Viscount-pLady 
Merton of Trafalgar, and Baron Nelson ; bom 
at Brickworth House, co. Wilts, 7 August 1823, 
bapt privately at Brickworth and received 
into the church at Standlynch Chapel, co. 
Wilts (by the Rt Rev. John Fisher, Bishop of 
Salisbury); educated at Eton and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, M.A. 1844; Comet 
Royal Wiltshire Regiment of Yeomanry 
Cavalry 20 May 1840, lieutenant 16 April 
1847, Captain 9th Salisbury Troop; J.P. and 
D.L. for CO. Wilts; Patron of the living of 
Landford, co. Wilts ; succeeded his father as 
3rd Earl I November 1835. 



Alice Mary Diana, 
of Sutton Wick 
House, Abing- 
don, CO. Berks ; 
4)om in Tilney 
Street, Park Lane, 
London, 9 July 
1846. 



Mary Jane Diana, only dau. of Welbore 
Ellis, 2nd Earl of Normanton, by Lady Diana 
his wife, dau. of George Augustus, nth Earl 
of Pembroke; bom 26 May 1822; marr. at 
St George's, Hanover Square, London, 28 
July 1845 (marriage settlements dated 21 July 
1845); died at Trafalgar House, near Salis- 
bury, CO. Wilts, on Sunday, 8 May, bur. in the 
chapel yard at Standlynch on Friday, 13 May 
1904. Will dated 17 August 1883, proved 
(Prin. R^., 804, 1904) 10 June 1904, by 
Horatio, Earl Nelson, husband, one of the 
Etors. 



Constance Jane, bom at Trafalgar House, near Salisbury, 16 February 
1848 ; marr. at Charlton All Saints, co. Wilts (by the Rev. the Hon^^ 
John Horatio Nelson, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. William 
Henry Edward McKnight), on Thursday, 21 April 1870, die Rev. the 
Hon"* Bertrand Pleydell-Bouverie (3rd son of Jacob, 4th Earl of Radnor, 
by Lady Mary Augusta Frederica his wife, 3rd dau. of James Walter 
ist Earl of Vemlam); bom 23 April 1845; of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1864, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1872; Rector 
of Stanton St. Quinton, co. Wilts, 1870-80, Rector and Rural Dean <^ 
Pewsey, co. Wilts, from 1880, Prebendary of Salisbury Cathedral from 
1894. 



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Catherine, bom 19 March, bapt at Bumham Thorpe, co. Norfolk, 2a March 1767; marr 
at -Bath, co. Somerset, 26 February 1787, George Matcham of Ashfold Lodge, SUuigham, 
CO. Sussex (only surviving son of Simon Matcham, Superinlendent of the li£uine, of the 
£ast India Company and Senior Member in Council, Bombay, India, by Elizabeth his wife, 
youngest dau. of Hugh Bidwell of Bidwell Manor, Newton St Cytes, co. Devon); bom 30 
November 1754; J.P. for co. Sussex; died at Kensington, London, aged 79, on Sunday, 
3 February 1833. Will dated 8 September 1828, with two codicils dated respectively 8 September 
i8a8 and 4 December 1830, proved (P.C.C. 104 Farquhar) 16 February 1833, by Catherine 
Matcham, relict, the sole Executrix named in first codicil. She died at Kensington, London, 
on Monday, 28 March 1842. Will dated 27 June 1833, with codicil dated 9 November 1834, 
proved (P.C.C. 275, 42) 12 April 1842, by George Matcham, D.L., son, the sole Eftor. 



Rev. John Horatio Nelson of Landford* 
House, CO. Wilts ; bom at Brickworth, co. 
Wilts, 15 January, bapt. at Whiteparish, 
CO. Wilts, 2 February 1825 ; educated at 
Eton, Harrow and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, M.A. 1846; Rector of 
Trimley, co; Suffolk, 1853-57, of 
Belaugh Rectory cum Scottow Vicarage, 
CO. Norfolk, 1857-72, and of Shaw- 
cum-Donnington, co. Berks, from 1872 ; 
Lord of the Manor of Landford. 



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'Hon^ Susan, 2nd dau. of Lord Charles Spencer- 
Churchill (2nd son of George, 5th Di^e of 
Marlborough), by Etheldreda Catherine his wife, 
2nd dau. of John Benett of Pythouse, co. Wilts, 
M.P. for CO. Wilts; bom 31 January 1831; 
marr. at the parish church, Maiylebone, London 
(by the Rev. Arthur Fane, Vicar of Warminster, 
CO. Wilts), on Thursday, 27 August 1857 ; died 
at Shaw Rectory, Newbury, co. Berks, on 
Wednesday, 2 February, bur. at Shaw 7 February 
1898. Will dated 12 July 1893, proved (Prin. 
^^87 329> 9^) 15 March 1898, by Douglas Eyra^ 
Barrister-at-Law, one of the Etors. 



John Eyre Nelson of Battle Creek,— Kathryn Cornelia, dau. of 
Mich., U.S. A. ; bom at the Vicar- A. J. Kell of Battle Creek, 
age, Scottow, i October, bapt. at Mich. ; marr. at Battle 
Scottow 30 November 1858. Creek 14 February 1899. 



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Horatio Spencer Nelson, bom 
at the Vicarage, Scottow, on 
Wednesday, 6 June, bapt at 
Scottow 4 July i86a 



Edith, bom 7 January 1850; marr. at St. Paul% Knightsbridge, London (by the Rt Rev. 
Samuel Wilberforce, Bishop of Winchester, assisted by the Rev. the Hon^ Robert Liddell), 
on Tuesday, 5 July 1870, Charles Qement Tudway of Stoberry Park and "The Cedars," Wells, 
CO. Somerset (only surviving child of Robert Charles Tudway of Wells, J.P., M.P. Ux Wells, 
by Maria Catherine his wife, eldest dau. of Sir William Miles of Leigh Court, co. Somerset, 
ist Baronet, M.P.); bom at Wells on Monday, 23 November 1846, bapt at St Cuthbert's, 
Wells, 8 January 1847 > educated at Harrow and at Magdalen College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Lent Term, 1865; J.P. and D.L. for co. Somerset; formerly Captain North Somerset 
Yeomanry Cavalry. She died aged 27, on Friday, 24 August, and was bur. at St Cuthbert's, 
Wells, 28 August 1877, leaving one daughter, Madeline Constance. He marr. sndly at 
Alderbury, co. Wilts, 15 January 1884, Alice Constance, youngest dau. of Sir Frederick 
Hutchinson Hervey-Bathurst, 3rd Baronet, by Clare Emily his 2nd wife, youngest dau. of 
Sir Richard Brooke of Norton Priory, co. Chester, 6th Baronet 



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Frances Catharine, bom 26 March, bapt. at 
Whiteparish, co. Wilts, 23 April 1826; marr. 
at Charlton, co. Wilts (by the Rev. the 
Hon^** John Horatio Nelson, Rector of 
Trimley, co. Suffolk), on Thursday, 25 January 
1855, Robert John Pettiward of Finborough 
Hall, CO. Suffolk (only son of Robert Bussell 
of Bath, CO. Somerset, by Frances his wife, 
dau. 6f the Rev. Henry Eyre of Landford, co. 
Wilts); born 19 May 18 19; of Trinity Collie, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1841, M.A. 1844; J. P. for 
CO. Suffolk, High Sheriff 1867-68, formerly 
Major West Suffolk Militia ; assumed by Royal 
Licence dated 22 January 1856, the surname 
and arms of Pettiward in compliance with the 
will of Roger Pettiward of Great Finborough. 
She died at Bournemouth, co. Hants, aged 51, 
on Saturday, 14 April, and was bur. at 
Finborough 21 April 1877. 



Elizabeth Aime, bom at Brickworth, co. Wilts, 
and bapt at Whiteparish 18 May 1827; 
died, aged 2 years and 9 months, bur. at 
Whiteparish 17 February 1830. 

Caroline, bom at Brickworth and bapt. at 
Whiteparish 31 August 1828; died, aged 
7 months, bur. at Whiteparish 12 March 1829. 



Susanna, bom 8 December 1829, bapt at 
Whiteparish 9 January 1830 ; marr. at Land- 
ford (by the Rev. the Hon**** John Horatio 
Nelson, brother of the bride, assisted by the 
Rev. James St John Blunt, Vicar of Old 
Windsor, co. Berks, and Chaplain to Queen 
Victoria) on Tuesday, 27 June 1865, the 
Rev. Alexander Colvin Blunt (7th but 4th 
surviving son of Edward Walter Blunt of 
Kempshott Park, co. Hants, of the Hon*** 
East India Co.'s Service, by Janet Shirley his 
wife, dau. of James Allan of The Hall, 
Stirling) ; bom at 2 Old Palace Yard, West- 
minster, 14 November 1831, and bapt at 
Knight's Enham, co. Hants; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 12 June 1851, aged 19, 
B.A. 1855, M.A. 1859; Rector of Millbrook, 
CO. Hants, 1865-89, and of Buighclere, co. 
Hants, from 1889 ; Rural Dean of Southamp- 
ton 1877-89 and of Kingsclere from 1890, 
Hon. Canon of Winchester from 1889. She 
died s.p. at Burghclere Rectory, on Sunday, 
8 April, and was bur. at Burghclere 11 Apnl 
1900. Will dated 8 January 1890, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 708, 1900) 16 May 1900, by 
Alexander Colvin Blunt, the sole £&or. 



Mary Katherine, bom 
5 October 1852 ; marr. 
at St. Thomas', Regent 
Street, London, 21 Oc- 
tober 1890, Richard 
Francis Shaw of "The 
Limes," Audlem, co. 
Chester. She died 14 
November, and was bur. 
in the chapel at Trafalgar 
Park, near Salisbury, 
on Wednesday, 20 No- 
vember 1 90 1. Admon 
(with will dated 30 Oc- 
tober 1 901) was granted 
(Prin. Reg., 118, 1902) 
14 January 1902, to 
Richard Francis Shaw, 
the residuary legatee. 



Herbert Horatio Nelson, Viscount^-Eliza Blanche, of Braydon 



Trafalgar; bom at Trafalgar House, 
near Salisbury, 19 July 1854; 
educated at Eton; J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Wilts, and J. P. for co. 
Gloucester; Captain 3rd Battalion 
Duke of Edinburgh's Wiltshire 
Regiment (Militia) 1879-81 ; died 
at his residence, Braydon House, 
CO. Wilts, on Thursday, 4 May, 
bur. in the private burying ground 
at Standlynch, co. Wilts, on 
Tuesday, 9 May 1905. Will dated 
26 Febraary 1891, proved in the 
Principal Registry 26 June 1905, 
by the Hon^»* Eliza Blanche, 
Viscountess Trafalgar, relict, the 
sole Executrix. 



House, CO. Wilts, eldest dau. of 
Frederick Gonnerman Dalgety 
of Lockerley Hall (formerly 
known as Oaklands), co. Hant^ 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Southamp- 
ton, High Sheriff 1877, by 
Blanche Elizabeth Trosse his 
wife, only dau. of John Allen of 
Coleridge House, co. Devon 
{s^ Pedigree of Allen^ Vol. g^ 
page iS9)l bom at Hyde Park 
Terrace, London, 8 August 
i860; marr. at East Tytherley, 
CO. Hants (by the Rev. 
the Hon"* Bertrand Pleydell- 
Bouverie, assisted by the Rev. 
Henry Reymundo Fortescue), 
on Tuesday, 5 August 1879. 



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Rear-Admiral Mauric&y-Emily, 4th dau. of Admiral 



Horatio Nelson of 13 
The Crescent, Alver- 
stoke, CO. Han^ R.N.; 
bom at Brickworth, 
ca Wilts, 2 January, 
bapt at Whiteparish, 
ca Wits, 30 January 
1833; Lord of the 
Manor of Chikx>mbe, 
ca Dorset ; enteied 
the Royal Navy in 
1845, Rear-Admiral 
(reared) 1883 ; served 
in Black Sea 1854, 
and in the Crimea 
(medal with two clasps, 
Turkish medal and 
5th<lass Medjidie). 



Sir Charles Burrard of 
L3rmington, co. Hants, R.N., 
3nd Baronet, by Louisa his 
wife, dau. of Sir Henry 
Lushington, 2nd Baronet ; 
bom at Lyndhurst, co. 
Hants, 10 October, bapt. 
there (by the Rev. John 
Parish Hammond) 18 No- 
vember 1833 ; man*, at 
Lyndhurst (by the Rev. 
John Compton, assisted by 
the Rev. William Henrjr 
Lucas), on Tuesday, 2 1 April 
1863; died at 13 The 
Crescent, Alverstoke, aged 72, 
on Monday, 24 September 
1906, bur. at St. Mark% 
Alverstoke. 



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Rev. Edward Foyle Nelson, bom 
II November, bapt at Whiteparish 
9 December 1833; of Trinity Collie, 
Cambridge, M.A. 1855; died unmarried 
at Scarborough, co. York, aged 25, on 
Thursday, 8 September 1859. Admon 
was granted at the Principal Registry 
6 July i860, to Horatio, Earl Nelson, 
brother. 

Henry Nelson, bom at Brickworth 28 
July, bapt at Whiteparish 30 August 
1835 > killed by being thrown from his 
horse near his residence, Landford 
House, ca Wilts, aged 28, 28 November 
1863. Ad&ion was granted at Salisbury 
13 April 1864, to Horatio, Earl 
Nelson, brother. 



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Maurice Henry Horatio Nelson Maud Mary, 
of Anglesey; bom at Holme- bom at Land- 
field, Lyndhurst, on Thursday, ford House 
17 November, bapt at Lynd- on Monday, 
hurst 27 December 1864; 20 November, 
entered the Royal Navy as baptatLand- 
a Cadet 15 January 1878, ford 21 De- 
Midshipman 19 March 1880, cember 1865. 
Sub-Lieutenant 19 March 
1884, Lieutenant 21 June 1887, 
Commander 26 June 1902 ; 
served in the Egyptian War 
1882, as Midshipman on 
H.M.S. "Eclipse" (Egyptian 
medal, Khedive's bronze star). 



Rev. Edward John— Katherine Elizabeth, 



Nelson, bom at Land- 
ford House on Friday, 
4 October, bapt at 
Landford 28 October 
1867 ; educated at 
Sherbome School and 
at Hertford College, 
Oxford, matriculated 
22 October 1886, aged 
19, B.A. (honours : 
2 Hist) 1890, M.A. 
1 893 ; Rector of Blend- 
worth, CO. Hants, since 
1902. 



dau. of Frederick 
Robert Knollys of 
Chobham, co. Surrey, 
by Laura Caroline his 
wife, dau. of Robert 
and Sophia Bristow; 
bom at Broxmore 
Park, CO. Hants, 30 
October, bapt there 
privately i November 
1869; marr. at St 
James*, Piccadilly, 
London, 4 October 
1898. 



Charles Horatio Nelson, bom 28 June 1856;- 
educated at Radley; died s.p. 28 March 
1900, bur. at. Florence, Italy. Will dated 17 
March 1800, proved (Prin. Reg., 795, 1900) by 
the Hon^ EUen Nelson, relict, Horatio, Earl 
Nelson, father, and Herbert Horatio, Viscount 
Trafalgar, brother, the E&ors. 



»Ellen, 4th dau. of George 
W. Petty of Melbourne, 
Australia; marr. at Mel- 
boume 12 January 1887 ; 
died 12 December 1900, 
bur, at Florence. 



Thomas Horatio 
Nelson, Viscount 
Merton, bom at 
Trafalgar, near 
Salisbury, co. 
Wilts, 21 De- 
cember 1857. 



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Charles Burrard> 
Nelson of Wigton, 
RoseUe, Colombo, 
Ceylon; bom at 
Landford House, 
CO. Wilts, on Fri- 
day, 37 November 
1868, bapt. at 
Landford 6 Jan- 
uary 1869; educa- 
ted at Sherborne 
School ; formerly 
Lieutenant 3rd 
Battalion (Duke of 
Edinburgh's) Wilt- 
shire Regiment 
(Militia). 



■Anna Geraldine Kitson, 3rd 
dau. of the Rev. Ernest 
Henry Glencross, Vicar of 
Morvaly co. Cornwall, by 
Georgina BuUer his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. James 
Buller Kitson, Vicar of 
Morval ; bom at Morval 11 
March, bapt. there 13 April 
1879 ; marr. at Momd (by 
the Rt Rev. John Gott, 
Bishop of Truro, assisted 
by the Rev. John Buller 
Kitson, Rector of Lanreath, 
CO. Comwall, and the 
Rev. Edward John Nelson, 
Rector of Blendworth, co. 
Hants) on Wednesday, 
10 February 1904. 



John Charles Horatio Nelson, bom at 
Wigton, Rozelle, Colombo, on Thurs- 
day, II May, bapt at Kandy, Ceylon, 
I July 1905. 



EmoQy Frances, bora at 
LaniUbrd House on Tues- 
day, 2a March, bapt at 
Landford 25 April 1870; 
marr. at St Paul's, Kandy, 
Ceylon, on Tuesday, 6 De- 
cember 1898, Charles 
Menzies McCaushmd of 
Templestowe, Watawella, 
Ceylon (eldest son of the 
Rev. AlHaham Hillhouse 
McCausland of Wishaw, 
ca Warwick, by Barbara 
Martha Payne his wife); 
bora at Groomsport, co. 
Down, 21 February, bapt 
there 29 April 1855 ; died 
s.p. at Templestowe, 
Watawella, 20 November, 
bur. in the churchyard 
at Warleigh, Ceylon, 21 
November 1899. 



Horatio Willaim 
Nelson, bom at 
Landf<Mrd House 
on Sunday, 18 
June, hapL at 
Landford 25 
July 187 1 ; of 
Sdwyn College^ 
Cambridge, B.A. 
1893. 



Alice, bom at 
Landford House 
on Sunday, 30 
April, bapt at 
Landford 6 June 
1876. 



Edward Agar Horatio Nelson ol 
''The Beeches," Appleby Magna, co. 
Warwick ; bom at Trafalgar House, 
near Salisbury, co. Wilts, 10 August 
i860 ; Lieutenant 3rd Battdion 
Duke of Edinburgh's Wiltshire Regi- 
ment (Militia) 1879-82; served in 
Nile Expedition 1884-85 (Egyptian 
medal, Khedive's bronze star)7 



i^f-Geraldine, youngest dau. of 
Henry Haddon Cave of Horton 
Crescent, Rugby, co. Warwick, 
by Mary Ann his wife, dau. of 
Henry John Branson ; bom at 
Brigg, CO. Lincoln, 9 February 
1867; marr. at the Catholic 
Church, Brigg, 7 August 1889. 



Albert Horatio Nelson, 
bom at Trafidgar, near 
Salisbury, 12 September 
1862 ; died there, in his 
6th year, on Friday, 
3 January 1868, bur. 
in the chapel at 
Tra£Edgar. 



Albert Francis Joseph 
Horatio Nelson, bom at 
Trafalgar House, near 
Salisbury, 2 September, 
bapt. at St Osmund's, 
Salisbury, 23 September 
1890. _ 

Henry Edward Joseph 
Horatio Nelson, bom at 
Northampton 22 April 
1894, and bapt there 
privately. 



Charles Sebastian Joseph 
Horatio Nelson, bom at 
Ashby-de-la-Zouch, co. 
Leicester, 26 April, bapt at 
St Charles', Measham, 17 
May 1896. 

Edith Mary Josephine, 
bom at Ashby-de-]a-2^uch 
10 August, bapt at St 
Charles', Measham, 29 
August 1897. 



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Mary Winefhde, b(vn 
MagjML 3 July, bapt. at 
Measham, 21 July 1899. 



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Charies*, 



Geraldine Mary Diana, bom at Appleby 
Magna 23 October, bapt at St Charles', 
Measham, 18 November 1900. 

George Joseph Horatio Nelson, bom 
at Appleby Magna 20 April, bapt at 
St. Charles', Measham, 14 May 1905. 




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Arms, — Quarterly : i and 4, Per pale argent and gules a chevron between 
three roundels counter-changed, Maughan j 2 and 3, Argent 
a lion rampant and a chief gules, £ttrick. 

Crest, — A lion^s jamb erased grasping the hilt of a broken dagger. 

Motto, — Fortes fortuna juvat. 



Rev. William Ettrick of High Barnes, co. Durham (only son oi 
William Ettrick of High Barnes, J.P., by Catherine his wife, dau. 
of Robert Wharton of Old Park, co. Durham); bom 17 May 1757; 
of Lincoln College, Oxford, matriculated i July 1778, Fellow of 
University College, Oxford, B.A. and M.A. 1786; Rector of 
Tonerspuddle and Vicar of Affpuddle, both co. Dorset ; J. P. for 
CO. Durham ; died, in his 90th year, 18 January, bur. at the parish 
church, Bishopwearmouth, co. Durham, 28 January 1847. Will 
with codicil dated 8 October 1838, proved (P.C.C. 478, 47) 
21 June 1847, by Anthony Ettrick, son, and William Robinson 
Robinson, the Exors. 



>fxElizabeth, dau. of William 
Bishop of The Hall, 
Briantspiddle, co. Dorset ; 
man*. 15 April 1800; died 
at Badi, CO. Somerset, 
aged 64, 22 February, 
bur. at the parish church, 
Widcombe, co. Somerset, 
2 March 1837. ^^^^ ^^ 
Widcombe and at Bishop- 
wearmouth. 



Elizabeth, bom i January 1801 ; 
man*, i September 1830, Peter 
Francis Novosielski, a Lieutenant 
in the Royal Navy, who died 
29 April 1839. She marr. 2ndly 
3 March 1845, William John 
Stewart of Cannes, France, 
Comptroller of the Customs at 
Sunderland; died at Cannes 
22 February 1858. Will dated 
I February 1855, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 406, 58) 2 June 1858, by 
Elizabeth Stewart of 3 Kensal 
Terrace, Harrow Road, co. 
Middlesex, relict, the sole 
Executrix. She died s.p. at 
Rothbury, co. Northumberland, 

21 Febmary 1879. ^'^ dated 

22 August 1872, with four 
codicils dated respectively 26 
September 1876, 23 January 

1878, 5 February 1878 and 
6 February 1879, proved at 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne 24 April 

1879, by Allen Sarle of Ban- 
stead, CO. Surrey, and Elizabeth 
Robinetta Atcheson of Ivy 
Cottage, Tunstall Road, Bishop- 
wearmouth, spinster, niece, two 
of the E*ors. 



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William Ettnck of High Bames ; Anne, bapt. 26 July 

bom 3 July 1801 ; died i Jan- 1804 ; bur. at Bishop- 

uary, bur. at Bishopwearmouth wearmouth 23 May 

10 January 1838. M.L 1813. M.L 



Catherine, bom 11 December 
1802 ; marr. Robert Shank 
Atcheson of Valebrook, co. 
Durham, and of Duke Street, 
Westminster; died at Bishop- 
wearmouth 3 June 1866. She 
died 10 November, and was 
bur. at the parish church, 
Bishopwearmouth 16 November 

1869. Will dated 11 July 1867, 
proved at Durham 21 January 

1870, by Elizabeth Robinetta 
Atcheson of Valebrook, in the 
parish of Bishopwearmouth, 
spinster, daughter, and Thomas 
Richmond Wilson of The Grange, 
in the same parish, two of the 
EXors. =j= 



Isabella, bom 10 August 
1806 \ marr. at the 
parish church, Bishop- 
wearmouth, 6 Septem- 
ber 1825, Robert Horn • 
of Roker and Hunters 
Hall, CO. Durham; died 
22 March 1854. She 
died at 17 Thomhill 
Terrace, Bishopwear- 
mouth, on Tuesday, 
3 December, and was 
bur. at Bishopwearmouth 
7 December 1872. 
Admon (with will dated 
I June 1872) was 
granted at Durham 7 
June 1873, to Elizabeth 
Ann Sarle, wife of 
Allen Lanyon Sarle of 
Banstead, co. Surrey, 
daughter, and one of 
the next of kin. 

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Helen, born 3 May 1808; roarr. 14 August 
1837, Edward Webb of Sion Hill, Bath, co. 
Somerset; died at Weston-super-Mare, co. 
Somerset, i August 1858. Will dated 4 August 
1858, proved (Prin. Reg., 665, 58) 12 October 
1858, by Thomas Hamlin of Red Hill House, 
Wrington, co. Somerset, and George Skinner 
of " Belmont," Bath, the E«ors. She died at 
"Violet Bank," Widcombe, co. Somerset, aged 
60, on Friday, 4 December 1868. Admon was 
granted at Bristol 31 December 1868, to 
Anthony Edward Webb of 8 Darnel Street, 
Bath, son, and one of the next of kin. 



Mary, bapt. at Bishopwearmouth, co. 
Durham, 5 August 1809; died immarried 
I August, bur. at Bishopwearmouth 
4 August 1836. M.I. 



Anthony Ettrick of High Barnes and of 
the Mansion House, North Hylton, both 
CO. Durham, M.R.C.S. ; bom 15 September 
1 810, bapt. privately the same day, received 
into the church at Bishopwearmouth 19 
September 181 2 ; J. P. for co. Durham ; 
died 19 August, bur. at Bishopwearmouth 
22 August 1883. Will dated 20 June 1877, 
proved at' Durham 22 September 1883, by 
Charlotte Lacey of the Mansion House, 
North Hylton, spinster, the sole Executrix. 



William Ettrick, bom 
at Bristol i September 
1839 ; died 10 March, 
bur. at Widcombe 14 
March 1841. M.I. 



Sophy Douglas, died 
I September, bur. at 
the parish church, Wid- 
combe, 4 September 
1840. 

Bessie Maitland, died, 
aged 16, bur. at the 
parish church, Bishop- 
wearmouth, I March 
1858. 



Alice Helen, bom i May 
1844 ; marr. at the parish 
church, Bishopwearmouth, 
8 October 1868, Surgeon- 
Colonel Alexander Thomson 
(2nd son of General 
Alexander Thomson, C.B., 
of the 74th Highlanders); 
M.D. of the University of 
St. Andrew ; a Siugeon- 
Colonel in the Army; died 
29 August 1880, bur. at 
Belise, British Honduras. 
She <Ued 27 July, and was 
bur. in Camberwell Borough 
Cemetery, East Dulwich, co. 
Surrey, 31 July 1906. 



Walter Cumberland Ettrick of High 
Barnes; bom at Monkwearmouth, co. 
Durham, 27 October 1846, bapt. at the 
parish church, Bishopwearmouth, 18 
January 1847 i <li^ 9 J^ty* ^^r. at 
St. Mar/s, Bathwick, co. Somerset, 
14 July 1888. __ 

Nora Creina, bom 22 February 1849 > 
marr. at Bishopwearmouth 10 March 
1870, Arthur Henry Brittain, Captain 
1 2th Regiment of Foot ; died suddenly 
at the residence of his father, Bollands 
Court, Chester, aged 34, on Monday, 
5 June 1876. She died s.p. at 
Manchester Street, Marylebone, Lon- 
don, on Sunday, 6 August, and was 
bur. at St. Mary's, Bathwick, 9 August 
1882. M.I. 



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Walter Ettrick of High Barnes, co. 
Durham, and of Bailbrook L<>dge, 
Batheaston, co. Somerset ; bom at 
High Barnes 24 February 181 2, 
bapt. privately the same day, 
received into the church at Bishop- 
wearmouth, co. Durham, 19 Sep- 
tember 181 2 ; died i August 
1856, bur. at Bishopwearmouth. 
M.I. Will dated 29 July 1856, 
proved (P.C.C. 18, 57) 22 January 
i^57> t>y Nicholas Corner Reed 
and William Horn and Robert 
Stevenson Atcheson, nephews, the 
Eltors. Proved at Durham 10 
January 1857, by Nicholas Comer 
Reed of Bishopwearmouth, co. 
Durham, William Horn of Halifax, 
CO. York, and Robert Stevenson 
Eden Atcheson of Bishopwear- 
mouth, the ElLors. 



-pSophia Cumberland, 
3rd dau. and coheir 
of Captain Edward 
Burt of Bath, co. 
Somerset, R.N. ; 
marr. at Freshford, 
CO. Somerset, 9 April 
1837; died 8 Au- 
gust 1893, ^ur* ^" 
the cemetery at Wid- 
combe, co. Somerset 
Will dated 22 De- 
cember 1892, proved 
at Bristol 16 October 
1893, by Arthur 
Douglas Ettrick, 
son, and Thomas 
Steel, the EXors. 



John Ettrick of— Sophia, dau. of 
Birkenhead, co. the Rev. John 
Chester ; bom George Maddi- 
18 April, bapt son, Rector of 
at Bishopwear- West Monkton, 
mouth 14 May co. Somerset'; 
18 14; died at marr. 15 June 
232GrangeRoad^ 1^47; ^ed 14 
Birkenhead, on January 1900. 
Tuesday, 16 De- Will dated 19 
cember 1872. July 1891, 

Admon granted proved (Prin. 
at Chester 31 R^., 203,1900) 
December 1873, 28 February 
to Sophia Ettrick 1900, by Fran- 
of 232 Grange cis Robertson 
Lane, relict Moore and the 

Rev. George 
Moore, son-in- 
law, the Eiors. 



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Rev. James Slade Maughan (3rd and youngest son of^^Sophy Grace, marr. 
the Rev. Simpson Brown Maughan, Vicar of Widdrin^- at the parish 
ton, CO. Northumberland, by Jane Eliza Frances his church, Bishop- 
wife, eldest dau. and coheir of Captain Archibald wearmouth, 18 
Dickson of Collingwood House, Morpeth, co. North- April 187 1. 
umberland, R.N.) ; bapt. at St Mary's, Morpeth ; 
formerly Lieutenant Northumberland Fusiliers ; Vicar 
of Charlton, co. Worcester, 1883-92, Rector of 
Elmesthorpe and Vicar of Earl ShUton, both co. 
Leicester, since 1892. 



Arthur Douglas 
Ettrick of Mozart 
House, Bath ; 
bomat Bailbrook 
Lodge, Batheas- 
ton, 7 November 
1852. 



Rev. Slade Ettrick Maughan-Ettrick, bom 2 December,- 
bapt at Holy Trinity, Weymouth, co. Dorset, 31 December 
1872; of St Peter's College, Cambridge, matriculated 21 
October 1892, and of Sarum Theological College 1902; 
assumed by Royal Licence dated 13 April 1896, the 
additional surname of Ettrick; Curate of St Mary's, 
Devonport, co. Devon, since 1903, Chaplain and Secretary 
to the Society for Waifs and Strays. 



■Marion Kate Elizabeth, 3rd 
dau. of Donald Fergusson of 
Ter^hoile, N.B., by Ellen his 
wife, dau. of Donald McEachem 
of Colonsay, co. Argyll; bapt 
at Greenock, co. Renfrew; marr. 
by licence at St Giles'-in-the- 
Fields, London, 12 February 1901. 



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Muriel Grace Ettrick, bom at 31 Trafalgar Place, 
Stoke, CO. Devon, on Thursday, 25 May, bapt. at 
St Michael's, Stoke, 31 July 1905. 



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TysLvid, 31 ; Edward, 



Abbott, Alice, 44; Hon^ Audrey Maiy Florence, 
45; Hon^ Catherine Alice, 44, 45; Hon^ 
Charles, 45; Sir Charles, Baron Tenterden, 44; 
Sir Charles Stuart Aubrey, Baron Tenterden, 44, 
45 ; Charles Stuart Henry, Baron Tenterden, 46 ; 
Elfrida, Lady Tenteiden, 46; Hon^ Emily 
Frances, 45 ; Emma Manr, Lady Tenterden, 45 ; 
HonW« Geraldine Alice Ellen, 46 5 Hon»>>« Gwen 
Elca Violet, 46; John Henry, Baron Tenterden, 
44, 45 ; John, 44 ; Hon"" Mary, 44 ; Mary, Lady 
Tenterden, 44; Penelope Mary Gertrude, Lady 
Tenterden, 44, 45 ; sde also Tentexden. 

Adams, Anne, 24, 27 ; Cecily Janet, 26 ; Clarice 
Sophia, 28; Edward, 25, 26; Elizabeth, 24, 28; 
Frances, 28; Frank Pemberton, 28; Genddine 
Margaret, 28 ; Hugh Worthington, 28 ; Jane, 25, 
26; Laura Eliza, 26, 2jr ; Laura Mildred, 26; 
Lettice, 25, 26; Lewis, 27; Mary, 25-27; 
Mildred Mary, 27 ; Percy Walter Lewis, 24, 27, 
28 ; Richard, 24 ; Samuel, 28 ; Sarah, 24-26 ; 
Susanna, 28 ; Thomas, 25-27 ; William, 
24-27. 

Adamson, Christopher William, 115. 

Addington, John Gellibrand, Baron, 103, 166. 

Addison, Rev. Berkeley, 36. 

Adye, General Sir John Miller, 145 ; Dame Maiy 
Cordelia, 145; Wmifreda Jane, 145. 

Am, Diana, Countess of r^ormanton, 190 ; Lady 
Mary Jane Diana, 190; Welbore Ellis, Earl of 
Normanton, 190. 

Apassiz, Rev. Rodolph, 78. 

Amge, Anne Balchen, 31 \ 

31- 
Akers, Aretas, 127; Rev. 

Ramsay, 127 ; Rev. 

127. 
Alder, Mary Anne, 17 ; Rev. William, 17. 
Alexander, Matilda, 134 ; Rev. Robert, 134 ; 

Most Rev. William, Archbishop of Armagh, 

134. 

Allan, James, 192 ; Janet Shirley, 192. 

Allen, Blanche Elizabeth Trosse, 192; Elizabeth, 
177 ; John, 177, 192 ; Mary, 7 ; Robert, 7. 

Allerston, Annie, 79 ; William, 79. 

Amherst, Hon^ .^^es Laura, 15 ; Alice D* Alton, 
Countess, 13 ; Lady Charlotte Florentia, 16 ; Lady 
Constance Harriet, 15; Hon"" Eleanor Clementina 
St. Aubyn, 16; Lady Elinor, 16; Elizabeth, 12; 
Hon"" Frederick, 14 ; Hon"" Frederick Campbell, 
14; Lady Gertrude Elizabeth, 15; Gertrude, 
Countess, 13; Hon"" Hugh, 14, 16; Humphrey 
William, 16; Hon"" Jeffexy, 13; jeffexy. Baron, 12; 
Hon"" Jeffeiy Charles, 15 ; Jeffery John Archer, 
16; Joan Gertrude Elizabeth, 16; lion"" Josceline 
George Herbert, 15 ; Julia Mann (Cornwallis) 
Lady, 13 ; Lady Maxsaret Catharine, 13, 15 ; 
Mary, Countess, 12; Mary Evelyn, 16; Lady 
Mary Sarah, 14 ; Rev. the Hon^*" Percy Arthur, 
13* I5> 16; Sarah, Countess, 12; Lady Sarah 
Elizabeth Pitt, 12 ; Ueut -General William, 12 ; 
William Archer, Earl, 13, 15 ; William Pitt, Earl, 
12, 13. 15- 

Amherst of Hackney, William, Baron, 146. 

Amhurst, Florence Mary, 146; V^liam, Baron 
Amherst of Hackney, 146. 

Amon, Aime, 95 ; John, 95 ; Mary Ann, 95. 



Aretas, 128; 
Geoxge, 4 ; 



Caroline 
Isabella, 



Ainphlett, Alice Beatrice, 102; Blanche, 104; Rev. 

Cnarles, loi, 102; Charles Grove, 103; Frederick 

Herbert WoUaston, 104 ; Rev. Geoxge le Strange, 

104; Leila Blanche, 104; Lucy Seatrice, 102; 

Lucy Elizabeth, 102; Mabel Frances, 104. 
Anderson, Alan Garrett, 86; Rev. David, 160; 

Elizabeth, 86; James George Skelton, 86; Rev. 

James Stuart Murray, 180, 182; Muriel Ivy, 86; 

Rev. Samuel Ruthven, 78, 
Aonesley, Arthur, 4; Catherine Elizabeth, 4. 
Archer, Andrew, Lord, 12; Ellen Mary, 56; Hon"* 

Sarah, 12; Sarah, Lady, 12; Thomas, 56. 
Armagh, Most Rev. William Alexander, Archbishop 

of, 134; Most Rev. Marcus Gervais Boresforo, 

Archbishop of, 38, 40, 73. 
Armitstead, Rev. Thomas Bell, 26. 
Armstrong, Aime, 144; WiUiam, 144; William 

George, Baron, 144; William Henry Amistiong 

Fitzpatrick, Baron, 145; Winifreda Jane, Lady, 

145 ; see also Watson- Annstrong. 
Ashton, Elizabeth, 59; Frances, 75; Henry, 59; 

James, 75; Lucy Cedlia, 75; Maiy, 59; 

Nicholas, 59; Robert, 75. 
Ashworth, Alice Ada, 96; Emma, 96; Hn^, 96. 
Astbury, Rev. Charles John, 25 ; Harry Ward, 25 ; 

John Meir, 25 ; Sarah, 25. 
Astell, William, 6. 
Atcheson, Catherine, 195; Elizabeth Robinetta, 195; 

Robert Shank, 19;; Robert Stevenson, 197; 

Robert Stevenson Eden, 197. 
Athill, Mary 52 ; Samuel Byam, 52. 
Atkinson, Rev. Christopher, 18; Elizabeth Catherine, 

54 ; Harriett, 18 ; Marian Harriet, 54 ; Rev. 

Miles, 18 ; Richard, 54 ; Rev. William, 18. 
Aubert, Emilia Ellen, 97 ; Emma Martha 97 ; John 

Lewis, 97. 
Auden, Alfred John, 172 ; Rev. Aliied MiUington, 

172 ; Alice, 173 ; Alice Margaret, 170 ; Amy 

Marion, 175 ; Anne, 171 ; Anne Eliza, 169, 171 ; 

Arnold Wifiiam Montfort, 170; Arthur Charles, 

172; Bertram, 170^ 173; Constance Rosalie, 174; 

Doris Maxgaret, 174; Dorothy Lacy Allden, 175 ; 

Edith Elizabeth, 172 ; Edith Mary, 171 ; Edward 

Humphxy, 171 ; Ellen Frances Sanih, 173 ; 

Ellen Mary, 173 ; Emily, 172 ; Emma Jane, 171 ; 

Emmie, 175 ; Esther, 169 ; Rev. Eustace George, 

17 1 1 175; Frances Maiy, 172; Francis Thomas, 

175: Frederick Lewis, 173; Geofirey William, 

172; George Augustus, 174; Geoxge Bernard, 174; 

Gwynedd Helen Katherine, 174; Haxmah, 169; 

Harold Allden, 174; Henrietta Maria Louisa, 175; 

Henrietta Mary, 171, 172; Henry William, 174; 

John, 169; Rev. John, 169- 17 1 ; John Bicknell, 

174; Rev. John Ernest, 170-173; John Lorimer, 

171; Joyce Mary, 170; Keimeth Francis, 174; 

Mabel Broughton, 173; Marcus Frederick, 174; 

Margaret, 172; Maxgaret Aime, 170; Maijorie 

Henrietta StockenstrOm, 175; Mary, 170; Mary 

Jane, 170; Phoebe, 169, 170; Phcebe Gertrude, 172; 

Phyllis Mary, 171; Rachel, 172; Reginald 

StockenstrOm, 175; Rhoda Constance Mary, 174; 

Ruth, 172; Sarah Eliza, 169; Thomas, 170; Rev. 

Thomas, 169-175; Thomas Edward, 170, 171; 

Rev. Walter Douglas, 172, 173; William, 169; 

Rev. William, 169, 170; William Hopkins, 171. 
Austin, Ann Balchen, 31 ; Thomas Henry, 31. 



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BacoD, Julia, 13 ; Thomas, 13. 
Badcock, Martha, 118; Richard, 118. 
Bagot, Adela Harriet Sophia, 5; Hon^ Agnes, 8; 
Agnes Mary, 5 ; Arthur Greville, 2 ; Beatrice, 
137; Caryl Ernest, 3; Hon^ Catherine, 4; 
Cecil VilUers, 7 ; Cecilia Cator, 3 ; Sir Charles, 2 ; 
Charles Frederidc Heneage, 3, 6 ; Colonel Charles 
Hervey, 137; Rev. Charles Walter, 3, 4; 
Charlotte Anne Philippina, 7 ; Claud Leveson, 5 ; 
Constance Mary, 4; Major-General Edward 
Richard, i ; Eleanor, 2, 6 ; Elizabeth Louisa, 
Lady, i ; Emily Mary, 8 ; Enid Avice, 4 ; 
Ernest Alfred John, 4; Ethel, 2, 7; Ethel 
Julia, 4; Evelyn, 2; Florence Eleanor, 3, 6; 
Frances Anna Maiy, 4; Frances Caroline, 6; 
Rev. Frederic, 7, 8 ; Frederic Spencer Wellesley, 2 ; 
George, 6 ; Gerald William, 5 ; Gladys Mary, 4 : 
Harold Frederic, 7 ; Lady Harriet, i ; Harriet 
Frances, 5; Harry Eric, 6; Harry Richard 
Reginald, 4 ; Helen Cecilia Mary, 7 ; Admiral 
Henry, i, 2, 4, 6; Hervey Ronald Henry, 2; 
Hugh Villiers, 6; I^ura Mildred, 137; Rev. 
Lewis Francis, 4; Rev. Lewis Richard Charles, 
3, 5 ; Lucy Mathilda, 4 ; Mabel Arden, 4 ; Mabel 
Harriet, 5 ; Margaret Anne, 6 ; Mary, 3 ; Lady 
Mary Charlotte Anne, 2 ; Hon^ Mary Eleanor 
Frances, 6; Mary Harriet Agnes, 7 ; Mary Isabel, 
8 ; Mary Isabella, 2 ; Matilda, i ; Mildred Emily 
Barbara, 5; Lieut. -Colonel Ponsonby, i, 3; 
Reginald Walter, 6 ; Richard, 7 ; Rt. Rev. the 
Hon^ Richard, i ; Rev. Richard Charles, 4 ; 
Rev. Sidney Charles, 7; Villiers, i ; Lieut -Colonel 
Villiers Spencer, i, 3 ; Walter Wagstaffe, 5; 
Wilhelmina Frederica, 2; William, Baron, i, 8; 
William Walter, 4 ; Ysolde Cicely, 3. 

Ba£ot-Chester, Colonel Heneage, 3. 

Bailey, Charles, 45 ; Emma Mary, 45. 

Baker, Arthur John, 99; Cluurles Maurice, 178; 
Elizabeth, 99; Ernest Wheatstone, 99; Fanny, 
99; Florence, 179; Herbert, 179; Rev. John, 99; 
Mabel, 178; Thomas Eld, 99; Thomas Heniy, 
178, 179. 

Baker-Stallard-Penoyre, Ahce, 173; Ann Fanny 
Eliza, 173; Rev. Slade, 173; Rev. Slade 
Raymond, 173. 

Balchen, Ann Balchen, 31 ; Elizabeth, 29 ; John, 
29; Admiral Sir John, 29; Joseph Moss, 31. 

Balloch, Arthur Colquhoun, 84; Ethel Helen 
Hoskins, 84; Isabella, 84; Robert, 84. 

Bance, Mary, 68; Richard, 68. 

Bangor, Rt. Rev. Henry William Majendie, Bishop 
of 149. 

Bannister, Charles Georee, 29; Edward, 3a 

Barchewitz, Louis, 97 ; Maria Paar von, 97. 

Barker, Elizabeth, 29. 

Barlow, Dame Elizabeth, 188; Sir George, 188; 
Captain George Ulric, 188 ; Hilare, 188 ; Admiral 
Sir Robert, 188 ; William Henry, 188. 

Barnes, George, 78; Rev. James, 25; Rev. Jeremiah, 
26. 

Bamett, Rev. Herbert, 63. 

Barrett, Mary, 62; Rev. Stephen, 62. 

Barrow, Elizabeth Sarah, 21 ; John, 21. 

Barrs, Rev. George, 169. 

Barton, Caroline Uelitia, 157; Montagu, 157; Susan 
Maria, 157. 

Bartrum, Rev. Edward, 7. 

Bates, Dame Charlotte Thaxter, 60; Sir Edward, 
Bt, 60 ; Gilbert Thompson, 60; Mary, 60. 

Bath, Isabella Elizabeth, Mardiioness of, 5 ; Thomas, 
Marquess of, 5. 

Bath and Wells, Rt. Rev. the Hon^ Richard Bagot, 
Bishop of, I. 

Bather, Ven^^ Archdeacon, iii. 

Bawtree, Frank Postle, 21. 

Baynham, Rev. Arthur Wilfrid, 28. 



Beasley, Anne Eliza, 171 ; Joseph, 170, 171 ; 

Rosannah, 171. 
Beauchamp, Letitia, loi ; Rev. WilUam, loi ; 

William Heriry, loi. 
Beaumont, Emily, 11 1; Henry Ralph, 1 11. 
Beazor, Rev. Canon John Augustine, 23. 
Beckett, Hon**"* Adeline Gertrude Denison, 37 ; 

Elizabeth Sarah, 21 ; Ernest William, Baron 

Grimthorpe, 37 ; Hon*»*« Helen, 37 ; William, 37 ; 

Rev. William Philip, 21 ; Rev. William Thomas, 

21. 
Bedford, Maria, 128 ; William, 128 ; Rev. William, 

Kirkpatrick Riland, 4. 
Belchambers, Benjamin, 137 ; Juliet Mary Barbara, 

de la Belinaye, Maria Josephine, 17. 
Benett, Etheldreda Catherine, 191 ; John, 191. 
Bennett, Alice Mary, 100 ; Amelia Gould, 97 ; 
George, 97 ; Julia, 97 ; Raymond Christmas, 100 ; 
Richard, 100. 
Bennitt, Rev. William, 90-92. 
Benson, Most Rev. Edward White, Archbishop of 

Canterbury, 14; Margaret, 58; Mary, 54, 58; 
Moses, 54, 58. 
Bentinck, Ven*^ William Henry, 39. 
Beresford, Catharine, 34: Charlotte Henrietta, 38; 

Charlotte Mary, 72 ; Edward, 40; Emily Constance 

Frederica, 40 ; Florence Lilian, 40 ; Frances, 72 ; 

George de la Poer, 40; Rt. Rev. George de la 

Poer, Bishop of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh, 72 ; 

John, 34; Rev. Lord John, 38; Most Rev. Marcus 

Gervais, Archbishop of Armagh, 38, 40, 73 ; Mary, 

38. 
Bemal, Augustus Woodley, 2; Clara Christine, 2; 

Evelyn, 2; Ralph, 2. 
Berry, Hannah, 87 ; Rev. Parsons Edward Fitz- 

patrick, 100; Philip, 87. 
B^borough, John William, Earl of, 109; Rev. 

Walter William Brabazon, Earl of, 109, 1 18, 1 19. 
Bewes, Rev. Thomas Cecil, 175. 
Bickersteth, Rt. Rev. Robert, Bishop of Ripon, 113. 
Bicknell, Constance Rosalie, 174; Rev. Richard 

Henry, 174; Selina Acton, 174. 
Bidwell, Elizabeth, 191 ; Hugh, 191. 
Bigland, Rev. James Elletson, 36. 
Biimey, Rev. Maximilian Frederick Brcffit, 86. 
Birch, Caleb, 57 ; Gertrude Vandersloo3rt, 130 ; 

Rev. Henry William Rous, 174; Isabella, 57; 

Margaret, 130; Robert, 130; Selina Acton, 174. 
Birkbeck, Ellen Mary, 136; John Addison, 136; 

Sarah, 1^6; Rev. WUliam Alexander, 136. 
Bishop. Elizabeth, 195; William, 195. 
Bisset, Amy Morgan, 82; Charlotte Elizabeth, 82; 

General Sir John Jarvis, 82. 
Bland, John, 186; Mary, 186. 
Bliss, Rev. John, 45. 
Blogg, Rev. Henry Birdwood, 5. 
Bloss, John, 89 ; Maria, 89. 
Bloxsome, Rev. William Henty, 9a 
Blunt, Rev. Abel Gerald Wilson, 129; Rev. 

Alexander Colvin, 192; Edward Walter, 192; 

Rev. James St John, 192; Janet Shirley, 192; 

Joseph, 135; Mary, 135; Mary Harriet, 135; 

Lady Susanna, 192. 
Blythswood, Archibald Campbell, Baron, 39. 
Boddington, Harriet Anne, 72; John, 72. 
Bolland, Hon^ William, 61. 
Bolton, Algitha Frederica Mary, Lady, 72; Aime, 

187 ; Anne Nelson, 187 ; Dame Catherine, 186 ; 

Elizabeth Anne, 187 ; George, 187 ; Jemima 

Susanna, 186, 187 ; Mary, 186 ; Mary Amie, 186 ; 

Samuel, 187 ; Susannah, 187 ; Thomas, 186, 187 ; 

Captain Sir William, R.N., 186; Rev. William, 

186 ; William Thomas, Baron, 72. 
Bond, Rev. E. H., 177; Jane, 121. 
Bontine, Hon^ Anne Elizabeth, 5; WiUiain 

Cunninghame Graham, 5. 
Boor, Henrietta, 51 ; Rev. Leonard Jarvis, 51. 



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Bonrer, Rev. Du«y Hampton, 81, 83, 84 ; Emily, 
82; Mary Anne, 82; Nathaniel, 82. 

BoscawcD, Hon^ Csitherine, 4; Hon^ Catherine 
Elisabeth, 4; Rev. the Hon^>Mohn Evelyn, 4. 

Bowles, Annette Mary, $<; dolonel Henry, 55; 
John Samuel, 55; Mary Wintle, 55. 

Bowness, Rev. 'fhomas, 26. 

Boyd, Jane, 85 ; Robert, 85. 

Boyle, Rev. William Skinner, 150. 

Bradford, George Angnstos Frederick Henry, Earl 
of» 8; Sir Georse Cedl Orlando. Earl of, 73; 
Geoicina Elizabeth, Countess of, 8; Ida Frances 
Annabella, Countess of, 73. 

Bradley, Rev. Charles, 148; Jessie, 148; Very Rev. 
George Granville, 148. 

Brandram, Emilie Thai, 128; Frands Holies, 128; 
Maria, 128. 

Branson, Henry John, 194; Maiy Ann, 194. 

Breese, Jane, 25 ; Jesse, 25, 26 ; Mary, 25, 
26. 

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19; Anne Catherine, 18; Annie Elizabeth, 19; 
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Basil Theodore, 22; Bertha Christina, 23; 
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Qement James, 22*; Constance Dorothy, 20; 
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22 ; David William, 21 ; Edith Jane, 20 ; Edward 
Hugh, 22 ; Edwin Frederic, 21 ; Eleanor 
Constance, 22; Eleanor Geoxgina, 22; Elizabeth 
Felgate, 19 ; Elizabeth Sarah, 21 ; Emily 
Margaret, 20; Emma, 20; Frances Harriet, 19; 
Lieut. -Colonel Frederick WUliam, 21 ; Hannah 
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Harriett, 18 ; Helen Agnes, 20 ; Henry Charles, 
22 ; Henry Johii, 22 ; Howard David, 20 ; Hugh 
Perdval, 22 ; Humphrey Wood, 21 ; James, is ; 
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Firth, 22 ; John Felgate, 21 ; Julia Maud, 19 ; 
Katharine Hannah Varenne, 23 ; Katherine Louisa 
Varenne, 23 ; Katherine Mary, 22 ; Katie Annie, 
20 ; Laura Jane, 21 ; Louisa, 19 ; Mabel Grace, 
22 ; MargHret, 17 ; Maigaret Elizabeth, 22 ; 
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17, 19; Mary Anne, 17, 18; Mary Elizabeth, 19; 
Mildred Blanche, 22; Robert, ly ; Robert 
Ferdinand, 23 ; Rose, 17 ; Sarah Maiy, 17 ; 
Sturgeon Nunn, 17, 19; Sturgeon Nunn Pretyman, 
17, 19, 20 ; Theresa Madeline Abigail, 23 ; Walter 
Hanam, 20; William, 17; William Frederick, 20; 
Winifred, 22. 

Bridge, Rev. Stephen, 92. 

Brid^eman, Hon^ Emily Mary, 8; Rev. Ernest 
Richard Orlando, 8; George Augustus Frederick 
Henry, Earl of Bradfoxd, 8; Sir Geoige Cedl 
Orlando, Earl of Bradford, 73 ; Rev. the Hon*^ 
Geoige Thomas Orlando, 3, 5, 8; Geoq;ina 
Elizabeth, Countess of Bradford, 8 ; Ida Frances 
Annabella, Countess of Bradford, 73. 

Bridport, Alexander, Viscount, 188; Charlotte Mary, 
Lady and Dudiess of Bront^, 188 ; Samuel, Baron, 
188, 189. 

Bright, Caroline, 57; Mary, 57; Robert, 57; 
Tyndall, 57, 58. 

Bristow, Laura Caroline, 193 ; Robert, 193 ; Sophia, 

193- 
Brittain, Arthur Henry, 196; Nora Creina,^i96. 
Bromley, Frances Mary, 172; Thomas, 172. 
Brook, Rev. Arthur, 97. 
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Bt, 191; Samuel 81. 
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William, 94. 
Browne, John Cavendish, Baron Kilmaine, 6; 

Maiy, Lady KHmaine, 6; Hon^>** Mary Eleanor 

Frances, 6 ; Rev. Robert Melville Gore, 161 ; 

Rev. Stephen Swetenham, 134. 



Elisabetb, 153; Heniy Thomas* 1531 
84; John, 84; Lydia, IJ3, 



Bnrkingham and Chandos, Alice Anne, Dudien of, 
14; Richard Pbmtagenet Campbell, Duke of, 14. 

Buckley, Elizabeth, 27; Rev. Thomas, 27. 

Budd, Elizabeth, 119; John Peyto, 119; Rose 
Elizabeth, 119. 

Bup^, Emma Molesworth, 97; Rev. Thomas, 97. 

BuU7 Joseph, 27; Maiy, 27; William Sunms, 27. 

Bunoe, Ahce, 44; Daniel, 44. 

Burder, John, 17 ; Mary, 17. 

Bnrdett, Geoige, 73; Grace, 73. 

Bnrdgett, Rev. Joseph, 121. 

Btirgy, Elizabeth, 92; John Heinrieh^ 93. 



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r. James lliompson, 90; Jane Thomj 
90; Rev. Joseph, 9a 



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Burner, Rev. Charles, 19, 2a 
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Burrard, Admiral Sir Charles, Bt., 193; Emily, 1931 

Dame Louisa, 193. 
Burt, Captain Edward, R.N., 197; Sophia 

Cumberland, 197. 
Burton, Rev. Churles Henry, 67; Herbert Campbell, 

33- 
Buscarlet, Amelia Caroline, 182; Colonel Bowen, 

182. 
Bushe, Frances, 72; Gervase Parker, 72. 
Bussell, Frances, 192; Robert, 192. 
Butler, Captain B»^foid, R.N., 22; Emily, 22. 
Butt, Rev. John William, 67 ; Mary Elisabeth, 67 ; 

William, 67. 
Button, Hannah, 117; Samuel, 1x7. 
Byng, Geoige, Viscount Torrington, 5; Hon^ 

Isabella Efizabeth, 5. 
Byrchall, Florence Jessie^ 98 ; Marian, 98 } Samuel 

Butler, 98. 



Caimcross, Andrew, 85; Isabella, 85; Lucy Wallace, 

85- 
Calvert, Dame Caroline, xo8; Frederick, I08; 

General Sir Harry, Bt, 108; Lady Lucy Caroline, 

108. 
Cameron, Julia, 97. 
Campbell, Ardiibald Campbell, Baron Blythswood, 

39; Rev. Colin Arthur Fitzgerald, 179; Rev. 

Francis Bunbuiy Fitzgerald, 179; BtfajcMr-Geneial 

Sir Guy, Bt, 74; Maddme Frances Eden, 74; 

Louisa Jane, 39. 
Cana, Robert, iid. 

Candy, Mary Ann Boyce, 171 ; Thomas, 171* 
Canterbury, Most Rev. Edward White Bensoii, 

Archbishop of, 14; Most Rev. Charles Manners- 

Sutton, ArchbishOT of, 13. 
Cape St. Vincent, Eloise Fanny Harriet, Countess 

of, 3- 
Capes, Rev. Canon William Wolfe, 133. ^ 

Capron, Anthony, 144; Mary, 144. 
Garden, Dame Caroline Ehzabeth Maiy, 36) Sir 

Henry Robert, Bt, 36; Sir John Ctaven, Bt, 36; 

Dame Julia Isabdla, 36; Dame Louisa, 36. 
Carey, Amy Charlotte Emily Hoddns, 83 ; Geoige 

Glas Sandeman, 83; Hden Jane, 83; Rev. 

Tupper, 83. 
earless. Rev. Edward, 24. 
Carlisle, Rt Rev. the Hon^ Hugh Percy, Bishop of, 

13- 
Offlyon, Rev. Clement l/^Hnstanley, IK4; Florence 

Btory, 154; Harriet, 154; Rev. Herbert, 154; 

Thomas Baxter, 154. 
Carnegie, Rev. John Hemeiy, 95. 
Carpenter, Gertrade Vandeislooyt, 132; Henry, 132; 

John Austin, 132; Rebecca, 132. 
Carr, Captain Geoige Lyon, R.N., 134; Captain 

George Shad well Qnaitano, R.N., 134; Grace, 

134; Harriet, 126; Laura, 126; Marie Tberte, 134; 

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OuiidL, Emiaie, 175; Loqr Emmie, 175; Wiffiam, 

175- 
Carter, Eliabeth, 17; Reir. John, 90; Maria, 66; 

Thomas, 17; Rer. Thomas Garden, 13. 
Caiy, Amelia, Viscoantess Falkland, 159; Lndas 

Bentinck, Viscount Falkland, 159 ; Hon*^ Lndas 

WUliam Charles Angnsdis Frederick, 159 ; Hon*^ 

Sarah Chriftiana, 159. 
Case, Anne, loi ; Maigaret, loi ; Richard, loi. 
Caswall, Geotgt^ 180; Geoige Newman, 180; Sosan 

Constanda, 180. 
Catlin, EluMj 116; EHiabeth, 116; Thomas, 116; 

Thomas Naonton, 116. 
Cave, Genddine, 194; Henry Haddon, 194; Mary 

Ann, 194. 
Cavendish-Bentinck, Lord Edward Charles, 34, 74; 

Harriet Elizabeth, 34, 74; Lady Elizabeth, 34; 

William, Dake of Portland, 34. 
Challinor, Charles, 25, 27; Charles Edward, 25; 

Helena Jane, 28; Lettioe, 25; Reginald, 25; 

William, 25. 
Cbamberlayne, Rev. Charies William, 16a 
Chambr^, Eliza Ann, 77 ; Thomas, 77. 
Champemowne, Cecilia Margaret, 128; Elizabeth, 

128; RcT. Richard, 128. 
Chandler, Angelina, 100 ; Rer. Henry Christian 

David, 32. 
Chandos-Pole, Anna Maria, 2; Edward Sacheverell, 

2, 6; Eleanor, 2, 6. 
Chappel, Rev. WiUiam Pester, 18. 
Cheese, Rev. James Albert, 131. 
Cheetham, David, 75; Frances, 75. 
Chester, Major-Gcnml John, 3; Mary, 3; Sophia 

Elizabeth, 3. 
Chichester, Rt Rev. Asbust Tomer Gilbert, Bishop 

of, 55» 159. 
Cholmeley, Emmetine Violet Agneta, 151 ; Flora, 

151; Rev. James, 151 ; Robert Arthur, Ki. 
Cholmley, Sir George Strickbmd, St., 36 ; Dame 

Mary, 36. 
Cholmondeley, Emily, iii ; Lady Margaret Augusta, 

III; Rev. Richard Hug^, iii; Thomas Rkhard, 

III. 
Christian, Benjamm, 50; Benjamin Daniells, 50; 

Sarah, «x 
Christie, Rev. Charies, 152. 
Chubb, Arthur Brace, 51. 
Clabon, Alice Jessie, 131 ; Ellen Mary, 131 ; Jane 

Lewis, 131 ; John, 131 ; John Moxon, 131 ; 

Lucy Sandi Frances, 131 ; Mary Ann, 131. 
Clare, Elizabeth, 138; Harriet, 138, 140; William, 

138. 
Cktfk, Eliza, 97; Rev. Henry, 95; Joaeph, 97; Rev. 

William, 140. 
Clarke, Anne, 64; Edwin, 19; lane, 64; John, 79; 

Rev. Leopold Stanley, 150; Biary, 19; Mary Ann, 

79; Robert John, 79; Thomas, 64; Walter 

Edmund, 19. 
von Clanserwits, Gottlob Peter, 127, 132; Hermine, 

127, 132. 
Clayton, Rev. Edward Flarington, iii; Rev. John, 

Oement, Eliza Lesage, 18; Samuel, 18. 

ClemenU, Catharine, 34; LieuL -Colonel Henry 
Theophilns, 34; Selina, 34. 

Clifford, Amelia, 80; Annie EUzabedi, 97; Charles 
Edward, 97; Edward Charles, 97; EUa, 97; 
Ellen, 80; Thomas John, 80. 

Clive, Ven^ Archdeacon, 108; Edward, Earl of 
Powis, 108; George Edward Henry Arthur, Earl 
of Powis, 108; Henrietta Antonia, Countess of 
Powis, 108; Henrietta Sarah, iii ; Henry Arthur 
Herbert, Earl of Powis, 108; Percy Robert, 
Viscount, no; Hon*>*« Robert Henry, in. 

Qudde, Anna Maria, in; Catherine Harriett, in; 
Edward, in. 

Cockbum, Catherine Harriett, in; Ueut. -General 
Sir William, Bt., in. 



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Coe, Augustus Frederick, 2. 

Coffin, Joseph, 130; Margaret, 13a 

Coghlan, Rev. Charles Lambert, 56. 

Cote, Charles Nkholas, 80; Georgiana, 124; 

Henrietta Biargsuret, 80; John, 80; Rev. John, 

145 ; Thomas, 124. 
Coleman, Aime, 95 ; Stephen, 95. 
Coles, Sarah Ann, 50; Thomas, 5a 
CoUweU, Rev. Qement Leigh, 56. 
Colley, Rev. Alfred Noel, 174; Rev. James, 174; 

Khoda, 174. 
Collii^, Emma, 87 ; Hannah, 87 ; Robert, 8f . 
Collii^ Louisa Elizabeth, 178; Mary Elizabeth, 

178; Rev. WiUiam Thfxnas, Seigneur of Sark, 

178. 
CoUingwood, Edward, 156; Julia Grieve, 156. 
CoUyer, Albinia, 98; Eluabeth, 98; Ralf^ 98. 
Collyns, Rev. Canon John Mai^, 28. 
Colquitt-Craven, Goodwin Charles, 104; Leila 

Louisa, 104. 
Colt, Elsie Maiy, 87. 
Colyer, Amv Emma, 51 ; Ann, 47 ; Arthur Henry, 

49-51 ; Ouoline Roaabelle, 47, 51 ; Charles, 47, 

49 ; Charles Ernest, 50 ; Charles Gawan, 51 ; 

Charles Thomas, 49; Charlotte, 47, 48; Constance 

Mary, 50; Eliza, 47; Elizabeth, 47, 49; Elizabeth 

Ann, 51 ; Elizabeth Jane, 47 ; Elizabeth Kemp, 

50; Ellen Louisa, 49; Ernest Henry, 50; Ernest 

William, 51 ; Eva Isabel, 50 ; Evelyn Elizabeth, 

50; Francis James, 49; Frederick Augustus, 50; 

Friend, 49; Friend Elisha, 51 ; Grace ntwley, 49; 

Harold Arthur, 50; Henry, 47, 48; Herbert 

Alfred, 51 ; James, 48 ; John, 47 ; Julia Ai^usta, 

51 ; Lania Mildred, 49 ; Ln^ Ethel, 50 ; Mary, 

48; Mary Ann, 47-50; May Constance LiUan, 50; 

Sarah, 49, 50; Sarah Anne, 48; Thomas, 47, 49; 

William Hardyman, 47, 49. 
Colyer-FergusBon, Thomas Colyer, 47, 48. 
Comber, Robert, 48; Sarah Anne, 4& 
Compton, Rev. John, 193. 
Condell, Marion Frances, 156; William Vallange, 

156. 
Constable, Rev. Charles, 36; Mary, 36. 
Conyen, Mary, Lady, no; SackviUe Geofge, Baroo, 

na 
Cooke, Charles Edward Stepben, 38. 
Cookson, Dorothy, 147; Elizabeth, 147; Rev. 

William, 147. 
Cooper, Anne, 84 ; Edward, 118 ; Louise Clare, 84; 

Sarah, 118; William John Herbert, 84. 
Cope, Arabella Diana, 12; Sir Charles, Bl, 

12. 
Copping, Harriet, 115; William, n^ 
Cornwallis, James, Earl, 13; Julia, Countess, 13; 

Lady Juha Mann, 13. 
Costar, Elizabeth, 121 ; James, 121. 
Cotter, Isabella, 91 ; Rev. Joseph Rogerson, 91 ; 

Mary, 91. 
Coulcher, Rev. George Bohun, 130, 132, 134. 
Courtown, James George, Earl of, 145. 
Cousins, Arthur, 80 ; Lii^ Elizabeth, 8a 
Coventry, Blandie, 104; Rev. Cancm Henry Willkm, 

104; Leila Louisa, 104. 
Cow, Douglas, 66. 
Cox, Rev. John Charles, 6. 
Crabb, Ann, 123 ; dam, 123 ; John Seabrook, 123 ; 

Richard, 123 ; Richard Hatley, 122, 123. 
Cranmer, Cvril, 61. 
Crawfurd, Caroline Agnes, Duchess of Montrose, 40; 

William Stewart StirUng, 4a 
Creak, Alexander, 94; Ellen, 94; Frederick, 94; 

Henry Brown, 94 ; Isabella, 94 ; Maria, 94 ; 

Thomas Edward, 94. 
Creasey, Ann, 100; James, 100. 
Creaton, Rev. William Henry, 19. 
Crickmer, Rev. William Burton, 124. 
Crisford, Frances, 96; Hester, 96; Spencer, 96. 



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Crisp, Anna, 115, 116; Anna Sophia, 117; Arthur 
William, 116, 119; Barbara, 119; Ocilv, 119; 
Charlotte Eliiabeth, 119; Dorothy, 118; Edmond, 
117; Edna Irene May, 119; Edwards, 11 j; 
Eliza, 116, 120; Emma, 120; Enmia Elizabeth, 
117; Frederick Arthur, 115-120; Frederick 
Augustus, 118, 120; George Edwin, 120; 
Gertrude, 118; Harold Godfrey, 119; Harriet, 
115; Henry, 120; Katharine, 119; Margaret, 118; 
Marian, 120; Mary, 115, 116; Muriel, '1 19; 
Reginald, 119; Robert, 115-117; Rosa, 119; 
Rose Elizabeth, 119; Samuel, 115; Sarah, 115, 
116, 118; Thomas, 115, 116; Thomas Arthur 
Frederick, 119; Ursula, 118; William Henry, 
118, 119. 

Cross, Charles, 24 ; Jane, 24. 

Crowe, Amelia, 154. 

Crozier, Francis Rawdon Moira, 109. 

Cumberland, Elizabeth, 34; Richard, 34. 

Cunningham, Marianne, 155, 158; Mary, 155; 
Rachel, 158; Thomas, 155, 158. 

Curling, James, 89; James Davenport, 89; Locrelia, 
89; Maria, 89: William, 89. 

Currie, Christian, 85; Isabella, 85; Rev. James, 85; 
Jane, 85. 

Curteis, Anne Mary, 63 ; Charlotte Lydia, 62 ; 
Edward Barrett, 62 ; Edward leremiah, 62 ; 
Frances, 62 ; Jeremiah, 61 ; Martha, 61 ; Mary, 
62, no; Reginald, no. 

Curtis, Herbert Edward, 78. 



Dadd, Elizabeth Mary Ann, 79; John, 79. 

Dale, Helen Hutton, 84; Very Rev. Thomas, 

84. 
Dalgety, Bkuiche Elizabeth Trosse, 192; Eliza 

Bknche, 192; Frederick Gonnerman, 192. 
Dalison, Rev. Charles Edmund Waller, 134; John 

Pelham, 134; Mary Mabel, 134; Matilda, i^; 

Maximilian Hammond, 134 ; Rev. Roger Wilham 

Hammond, 134. 
Dalton, Herbert, 89; John, 147; Maiy Sullivan, 

147. 
Daniel, Catherine, 180; Rev. Charles Andrew, 167; 

George 137; Laura Mildred, 137; Rev. Richard, 

180. 
Daniell, Rev. Egerton Frederic, 147; Emma, 147; 

John Frederic, 147. 
Daniel-Tyssen, Rev. Ridley, 46. 
Dann, Charlotte, 48; George, 48; Joseph, 48. 
Danneman, Rev. August Frederick John, 23. 
Darcy de Knayth, Manr, Lady, no; Sackville 

George Baron, 1 10 ; Violet Ida Eveline, Lady, 

iia 
Davenport, Harry Tichbome, 38 ; Lucretia, 89. 
Davies, Ann, 67 ; Harmah Simpson, 67 ; Rev. John 

Uewelyn, 167; Mary Beatrice, 33; Richard Rice, 

33; Thomas, 67. 
Dawes, Marian, 95 ; Richard, 63 ; Walter, 95. 
Dawnav, Marv Isabel, Viscountess Downe, 8 ; 

Sir William Henry, Viscount Downe, i, 8. 
Deacon, Harriet, 126 ; John, 126. 
Dedes, John, Baron, 4a 
Deck, Rev. Henry Legh Richmond, 83. 
Deey, Robert, 153; Wilhelmina Chariotta, 153. 
Delme-Raddiffe, Lieut -Colonel Charles, 176 ; 

Elizabeth Baddicott, 176 ; Lieut. -Cok>nd Emillus 

Charles, 176; Enid Margery, 1763 Rev. Henry 

EUot, 176. 
Denison, Dame Caroline Lucy, 16; Rt. Rev. 

Edward, Bishop of Salisbury, 149 ; Lady Elinor, 

16 ; Ven^ George Anthony, 16 ; Henrietta 

Sophia, 151 ; John, 151 ; John Evelyn, Viscount 

Ossington, 16; William Evelyn, 16; Colonel Sir 

William Thomas, 16. 



Dermer, Rev. Edward Conduitt, 174. 

Desagnliers, Anne, 166; General, 166. 

Dew, Arthur Tomkyns, 102; Rev. Heniy, X02; 

Lucy Beatrice, loa; Lucy Elizabeth, 102; 

Maivaret Beatrice, 1083 Mary Elizabeth, loa; 

Tomkyns, 102. 
Dickmson, Rev. Wfllonghbv Willey, ai. 
Dickson, Captain Archibaltiu R.N., 197; Jane Eliza 

Frances, 197. 
Dimodc, Emma Rook, 133 ; Geofgiana, 133 ; John 

133; Rev. Nathanid, 133. 
Dinnis, Emily Kathleen, 160; Isabella, 160; Thomaa 

Ramsey, i6a 
Dixon, Alexander, 93; Maiia, 89; Mary, 93; 

Thomas, 89. 
Dodd, Rev. Frederic Sutton, za7, i^ 
Doe, Constance Wilhelmina, ao; Rev. John Hall, 

2a 
Dodlineer, Jeannette, 150 ; Rt Rev. Professor Johan 

Joseph Ignaz von, 150; Johanna, 150; Maurice, 

ISO, 
Dorset, Arabella Diana, Duchess of, la; Geotse 

John Frederick, Duke of, la; John Frederiw, 

Duke of, 12. 
Douglas, Rev. Canon Stair, 166. 
Downe, Mary Isabel, Viscountess, 8 ; Sir William 

Henry, Viscount, Viscount, I, 8. 
Drought, Rev. Alfred Charles Albert, 124. 
Drummond, Andrew Robert, 7a, 74; Annie 

Elizabeth, 19 ; E^ar Henry, 19 ; Ladv Elisabeth 

Frederica, 72; Frederica Bifary Aoefiza, 7a; 

Henrv Filkington, 19. 
Drury-Lavin, Ada, ia5; Michad, las; Sophia 

Matilda, 125. 
Du Bonlay, Rev. William Thomaa, 84. 
Dude, Henry Geoi^e Francis, Earl oJf^ 401 
Duncan, Agnes Anne, 86; Aim, 85; Aim Isabdia, 

85, 86; Catherine, 87; Christian, 85; Rev. 

Douglas Charteris, 87, 88; Edith Mary, 86, 87; 

Eileen Phyllis, 87; Ella, 87; Emily lane, 86; 

Emma, 87 ; Fanny Georgina, 86; Fanny Whinfield, 

86; George, 85; Rev. Geofffe, 85, 86; George 

Andrew, 86 ; George Field Caimcross, 85 ; 

George James, 85, 87; George William, 87; 

Georgina Lucy, 85 ; Helen MacDoueall, 85 ; Rev. 

Henry, 88; Henry Caimcross, 85-87; Hilda 

Steuart, 88; Isabella, 88; Isabella Christiaa, 86; 

James Currie, 86; Jane, 86; Tane Angela, 85; 

Jane Currie, 86; Katherine Gairdner, 85 {Kathleen 

Marguerite, 87; Leonard Eustace Henry, 86; 

Lucy Christian, 86; Lucy Christin, 88; Lucy 

Katherine, 85 ; Lucy Wallace, 85 ; Maude Evelyn, 

88 ; Maynard Charteris, 87 ; Murid Ivy, 86 ; 

Perdval Jenour, 86; Philip Forsyth, 87; Rev. 

Thomas Tudor, 87 ; William Henry, 87. 
Dunoombe, Hon^ Helen, 37; William, Lord 

Feversham, 37. 
Dundas, Emma Florence, 31 ; Jane Anna Maria, 31 ; 

Hon^ John Charles, 74 ; Sir Lawrence, Marquess 

of Zetland, 74; Lilian Selina Elizabeth, 

Marchioness of Zedand, 74 ; Lorenzo Geoige, 31 ; 

Hon^ Margaret Matilda, 74; Thomas, Sflirl of 

Zetland, 74 ; Rev. William John, 31. 
Dunne, Anne, loi ; Aime Gerteude, 102 ; Rev. 

Charles, 102; Charles Walter, lOa; Dorothy 

Edith Florence, loa; Edward Marten, 103; 

Hon^ Grace Daphne, 103 ; Grisdda Sylvia, 103 ; 

Harriet Frances, loi ; Katherine Gertrude (Greta), 

102 ; Letitia, zoa ; Margaret, loi ; Marian, loi ; 

Marten, loi ; Monica Clarice, 103; Philip 

Russell Rendd, 103; Thomas, loi; Rev. Thomas, 

loi; Thomas Russell, loi. 
Durham, Ethel Elizabeth Louisa, Countess of, 39; 

John George, Earl of, 39. 
Durrant, Rev. John, 97. 
Dyer, Rev. Harry Joseph, 87, 
Dyke, Rev. Canon Edwin Francis, 131; Ellen, 99; 

Francis Hart, 35. 



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Eanflcj-Waniot, Rer. Eincit Amftiis» 124. 

Eaile, Duw Emflfy 58; Sir IlaidaMii, Bt., 58; 
Htfdimui Aithor, 58; Sir Henrj, Bl, 58; Dune 
Mai7,58; Sir Thomas, Be, 58; Tbonw Algcnao, 



QifoBne, 148; EnoM, 148; Most Rer. 
Robert, Bishop of Monj, Ro« and Caithnfia, 
148, 166; Rev. the Hont><* Robert, 45; Rer. 
Thomas, 2^ 

Edmeadfs, Anife, 178; Ann, 177; Charlotte 
Tfabella, 179; Elizabeth, 177; Fkxenoe, 179; 
Heniy, 177-179; Mj^or-Gencnl Henry, 178; 
Hilda Margaret, 179; Lient-Colooel James 
Frederidc, 177-179; John Alfred, 178; Mabd, 
178; Mary, 177; Muy Elisabeth, 178; Mary 
Enkine, 170; Mary Mildred, 178; Rer. Matthew 
Robert, 178, 179; Robert, 178; Sarah Mary Jane, 
177; ^^^lliam, 177, 178; William Alkire, 179; 
Rev. ^^^iam Henrv, 177. 

Edmonds, Edith Emily, 140; Emily Lomaa, 140; 
Tobal Henry, 140. 

Edwards, Aiun, 115, 116; Elisa, 116; Elizabeth, 
51 ; Henry, 116; Hcniy Charles, 116; J<^m, 115, 
116; John Absalom, 51; Mary, 117; Mary Ann, 
116. 

E0UI, lievt-Coloael Carbery, 46; Hoo^ Gemldine 
Alice Ellen, 46. 

Egertoo, Alfred Mordannt, 37 ; Alice Anne, 
Connteas, 14; Charles Bnlkeley, 189; Charlotte 
Catherine, 35; George Leycester, ic; Mary Sarah, 
Ladjy, 14 ; Rev. llomas, 35 ; Wilbraham, 35 ; 
Wilbraham, Baron, 14; ^^lliam Tattoo, 35; 
William Tattoo, Baroo, 35. 

Ekins, Very Rev. Charles, 147; Delita, 147. 

Elliot, Ann, 76; Ellen, 2; William, 2. 

ElphinsUme, John Elphinstone, Baron, 5. 

Erroll, Charles Gore, Earl of, 73. 

Ettrick, Alice Helen, 196; Aime, 195; Anthooy, 
195, 196; Arthur Dooglas, 197; Bone Maitland, 
196; Catherine, 19}; fiizabeth, 195; Helen, 196; 
Inh^tSU, 105; John, 197; Mainr, 196; Nom 
Creina, 196; Sophia, 197; Sophia Cumberland, 
197; Sophy Doo^as, 196; Sophy Grace, 197; 
Walter, 197; Walter Cnmberlaod, 196; William, 
195, 196; Rer. William, 195. 

Evans, Rev. Richard, loi. 

Everington, Edgar Rowe, 78. 

Ewing, Rev, Alexander, 62. 

Exeter, Rt Rev. John Fisher, Bishop d, 152. 

Eyre, Rev. Alfred Collet, 51; DougUs, 181, 191; 
Frances, 187, 190; Frances Elizabeth, 187, 190; 
Rev. Henry, 192; Henry John Andrews, 181; 
John Blanrice, 187, 19a 



Fsfige, Elizabeth, 99; Felix, 99. 

Faufax, Eveline Selina, 35; Isabel Angnsta, 37* 

Louisa Constantia, 35; Thomas, 35, 37* 

Lieut. -Colonel Thomas Ferdinand, 35. 
Falconer, Rev. William, 125. 
Falkland, Amelia, ^scoontesi, 159; Ladus Bentinck, 

Viscount, 159. 
Fane, Rev. Arthur, 191. 
Farquhar, Barbanna Sophia, 113; Sir Thomas 

Harvie, Bt., 113. 
Farran, Rev. George Erie, 91. 
Farrant, Elizabeth, 177; William, 177. 
Fenn, Rev. Anthonv Cox, 118 ; Edward Liveing, 87 ; 

Rev.. Patrick, iiS. 
Ferdinand, King of Naples, 189. 
Femsson, Donald, 197; Elloi, 197; Marion Kate 

dizabeth, X97. 



Femehongh, Rev. W., 27. 
Feversham, ^lliam. Lord, 37. 



ine, 64; QAaine Anrta, 65; 
, 65; Howard A^ctor West, 64; 



Irene Ai^gvta Violet, 64; Isbm: Powell, 64; 
Jane, 64, 65; Mary, 64; Noah QemcntXDa, 65; 
Robert, 64; Hod>>^ Robert Isaac, 64, 65; 
Thoma s Hen ry, 65; WiUkuB, 64; William Albert, 
65 ! Winifred Dorothea, 65- 

Fishcr, Adeline Maria, 149; Agnes, 152; Albert 
Bnlteel, 151; AHce FHrahfth, 148; Aime 
Gertrude, 102; Armie Caroline Ann, 149; 
Colonel Arthur k Court, 148; Arthur Alezander, 
149; Arthur Alexander, 149; Arthur mmiiam, 
148; Caroline, 148; Rev. Cecil Edward, 152; 
Cecfly Constance Mary, 152; Charles Dennis, 
151 ; Charles Skhiey Daltoo, 149 ; Cordelia, 151 ; 
Dkxa, 151; Eda Eleanor, 149; Edith, 151 ; 
Edmund Cooroy, 148 ; Edmund Montagu I^rmsep, 
150; Edwin, 151; Eleanor Mary, 151; Elizubeth, 
147, 152; Elizabeth Mary (Lily), 150; EmmaLncy 
Atheh^ 130; EmmeKne, 147; Emmeline Mary, 
149 ; Emmeline ^^olct Agntfta, 151 ; Ethd Mary, 
149; Eustace Clement Cnil, 152; Evdyn Aithar, 
151 ; Florence Henrietta, 147; Frederick i Court, 
150; Gwendoline Cedfia Elizabeth, 152; Herbert 
Albert Laurens, 148; Herbert William, 147, 149; 
Hervey George Stardiope, 150; Janie Magdalene, 
150; Jeaimette, 150; Rt. Rev. John, BMhop of 
Exeter and Salisbury, 152, 190; John Hervey, 150; 
Lettice, 148 ; Leveson Evelyn Cedl, 151 ; 
Magdalene, 150; Mary, 147; Mary Louisa, 147; 
Mary Sullivan, 147; Minnie, 151; Monica Oare 
Cccile, 152; Murid Etbekhcd Ag^KS, 152; Rev. 
Prebendary PhOip, 147; Rachd J&iy Teresa, 152; 
Reginald Wordsworth Cedl, 152; Roderick Charles, 
150; Ruth,ict; Rev. Wilfred, 150; William, 102; 
Rev. Canon WilUam, 147 ; VHlliam Wordsworth, 151. 

Fiaken, Archibald, 138; Hden Wilson, 138. 

Fison, Anne, 90; Deborah, 90; Edward, 90; James 
Oliver, 90 ; Joseph, 90 ; William Lorimer, 9a 

Fitzdarence, Ameha, 159 ; George, Earl of Munster, 

159. 
Fitzmaurioe, Augusta Lavinia Pfctsdlla, Countess of 

Kerry, 109; Ilenry, MarijuesB of Lansdowne, 109 ; 

Lady Mary Caroline Louisa, 109; William Thooias, 

Earl of Kerry, 109. 
FitzPatrick, Margaret, 144 ; Margaret Godman, 144 ; 

Patrick Persse, 144. 
Fleeming, Hon^ Aime Elisabeth, 5 ; Admiral the 

Hon^ Charles Elphinstone, 5; Jc^ Elphinstone, 

Baron Elphinstone, $. 
Fleet, Louisa, 61 ; William, 61 ; WDliam Huasey, 61. 
Fleming, Charlotte Jane, 160; Rev. Canon James, 

181 ; John, i6a 
Fletcher, Alfred, 52, 54, 58, 59; Aubrey litUedale, 

59; Bolton Littledale, 60; Caleb, 57, 58; Dorothy 

Ntel, 60; Edith, S4t 59; £<uth Mabel, 59; 

Edward, 59; Edward Lionel, 60; Elizabeth, 59; 

Ellen, 57; Emily, 57, 58; Esme LyoneUe, 60; 

Geoffirey littledale, 60; Harold Molvnenx, 60; 

Henry, 59 ; IsabeUa, 57 ; Jacob, 57 ; Joseph, 57 ; 

Lilian Steuart, 60; Mary, 54, $7, 58, 60; Rev. 

Robert, 25; Thomas, 57, 59; William, 54. 57» 5^5 

William Alfred Littledale, 58. 
Foliambe, Elizabeth, 35 ; Francis John Savile, 35 ; 

George Savile, 35; Haiziet Emily Mary, 35; John 

Savile, 35. 
Ford, Sopma, i8a 
Forsyth, Anne, 87; Isaac, 87. 
Fort, Henry Richard Trecothick, 179. 
Fortescne, Rev. Henry Reymundo, 192 ; Mary 

Turner Erskine, 179; Matthew, 179; Hon^ 

Matthew, 179. 
Foalis, Sir Henry, Bt, no; Mary Anne, no; 

Sir William, Bt., iia 
Foyle, Rev. Edward, 187, 190; Frances, 187, 19a 
Franklyn, Rev. Thomas Edmund, 159. 
Freeman, Alfred John, 167; Ethel Clementina, 167; 

Rev. John Major, 119, 12a 



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Freer, Vcn** Thomas Heniy, 171, 17a. 

Freshfield, Aogusta Charlotte, 150; Douglas William, 

150; Janie Magdalene, 15a 
Fryman, Egbert, 100; Egbert Jenner, too; Floia 

Constance, 100. 
Fuller, John, 47. 
Fumeaux, Rev. Walter, 136; Rev. Walter Copleston, 

63. 
Fumiss, Julia Maud, 19; Mary, 19; Thomas 

Sanderson, 19. 
Furse, Ven*»>* Archdeacon, in. 



Gamble, Rev. Henry Reginald, 46. 

Gardiner, Charles Baring, 17 ; Rev. Geoige Gregory, 

96. 
Gardner, Cedl Dunn, 75; Lucy Cedlia, 75. 
Garland, Rev. David John, loa 
Gamett, Rev. Richard Craven, 87. 
Garratt, Ethel, 7 ; Jefsse, 7 ; Mary, 7. 
Garrett, Eliabeth, 86, 188; Newson, 86; William, 

188. 
Gaskell, Ada Elizabeth, 124; Frances Maria, 124; 

Francis, 124; Frederick, 124. 
Gawan, Ann, 47 ; John, 47 ; Rachel, 47. 
Gepp, Rev. Edward Francis, 19, ao; Elisabeth 

Wilhelmina, 18; George Asser, 18; Maiy Ann, 18. 
Gerard, Alice Frances Mary, 32; Caroline, 32; 

Francis, 32 ; Frederick, 38 ; John, 32 ; Maiv 

Emmeline Laura, Lady, 38; WiUiaon Cansfiela, 

Baron, 38. 
Getting, Charles Talboys, 78; David, 78; Harriet 

Mana, 78 ; Henry Frederick, 78 ; Tames Charles, 

76-80; Mary Ann Eliza, 78; Mary Taylor, 78. 
Gibson, Rev. Charles Johnson, 178, 179. 
Gifford, Ethel Frances, 63 ; Rev. the Hon"* John, 63 ; 

Robert, Baron, 63 ; Rev. WUliam, 30. 
Gilbert, Rt. Rev. Ashurst Turner, Bishop of 

Chichester, 55, 159; Mary Wintle, 55. 
Giles, Frances Emily, 28. 
Gillam, Rev. Thomas Henry, 87. 
Girdlestone, Ann, 187; Elizabeth Anne, 187; Ellen, 

186; Rev. Henry, 187; Hemy John, 187; 

Horatio, 186; Nelson, 187; William Bolton, 186. 
Gladstone, Rev. David Thomas, 97 ; Lilian Steuart, 

60; Mary Ellen, 60; Robert, 60; Robertson, 60. 
Glen, Rev. William, 138. 
Glencross, Anna Geraldine Kitson, 194 ; Rev. Ernest 

Henry, 194; Georgina BuUer, 194. 
Gloucester and Bristol, Rt. Rev. James Henry Monk, 

Bishop of, 44. 
Godman, Gertrude Henrietta Eliza, 146; Joseph, 

144, 146; Maiffaiet, 144; Muriel Gertrude, 146. 
Goggs, Rev. WilOam Matthias, 28. 
Gooch, Rev. Philip Sherlock, 3. 
Goode, Frances Wickstead, 32; Thomas Smith, 32. 
Gordon, A. A., 3; Isabella Louisa, 45; Izobel, 3; 

James, 45 ; Rev. Osborne, 55. 
Gore, Rev. Canon Charles, in. 
Gosling, Hannah, 169; Joseph, 169. 
Gosselm, Sir Martin Le Marchant Hadsley, 38. 
Gostling, Philip, 31 ; William Frederick, 29. 
Gott, Rt. Rev. John, Bishop of Truro, 194. 
Gough, Brigadier-Genend Su: Charles John Stanley, 6. 
Gowland, Benson, 134; Dorothy Benson, 134. 
Graddon, Ellen Maud, 154; Henry, 154; Marie, 

Graham, Albert Edward, 80; Alice Maud, 127; 
Angelina, 79; Ann, 76; Annie, 79; Augusta, 76, 
80 ; Caroline, 76-78 ; GEiroline Agnes, Duchess of 
Montrose, 40; Caroline Annie, 80; Caroline 
Maria, Duchess of Montrose, 108; Charles 
Elphinstone Fleeming Cunninghame, 5; Charles 
James, 76, 79, 80; Charles John, 79; Clara Mary, 
79; Clara Minnie, 79; Clarinda Maiy, 76, 77; 
Douglas Beresford Malise Ronald, Duke of 



Montrose, 40; Eliai Ann, 77; EUen, 80; 

77; Francis, 77; Fiands George. 77, 79; Fkands 

James, 76, 77, 80; Geoige, 76, 79, ia7, 132; 

Geral4 Clifod, 80 ; Harriet, 77 ; Harriet Emma 

Mary, 79; Harriet Frances, 80; Harriet Maria, 

78; Helen, 139; Henrietta Mai^^uet, 80; Henry, 

77 ; Henry John Lowndes, 37, 74 ; Hermine, 127, 

132; Hermine Henriette Kate, 132; James, 70; 

James, Duke of Montrose, 40^ 108 ; James Davis, 

77; Jemima, 79; John, 76-78, 80; Rev. John, 

76, 1395 John Smith, 76; Joyce Maiy, 76; 

Louisa, 76-78; Lady Lucy. 108; Biartha, 76; 

Mary Ann, 76-79; Mildred Emily Barfaaia, 5; 

Percy, 80; Rachel, 76; Rodifie, 77; Sheridan, 

78. 
Graham-Montgomery, Alice Anne, 14 ; Sir Gnham, 

Bt., 14. 
Gndiam-Wigan, Aubrey John, 131 ; Ida Qementina, 

131; John Alfred, 129, Mi; Lewis Gretton, 131. 
Gray, Anne, 64; Rev. Edward Ker, 156; Edwin, 

39; William, 64. 
Green, Catherine, 180; Rev. Charles, 20; Rev. 

David, 92, 94, Edith Jane, 20; Edward, 180; 

Frances, 92; Harriet, 94; Helen Gertrude, 94; 

Very Rev. James, 140 ; Martin, 92 ; William, 20 ; 

Rev. William, 94; Rev. William Arthur, 94. 
Greener, Annie, iS; George Dobson, 66; Mary 

Elizabeth, 66. 
Greenham, Rev. Frederick John, 162. 
Gretton, John, 129; Mary, 129. 
Grey, Dorothy Henrietta, 144; Egerton Spencer, 

136; Elizabeth Adair, 135; Ethd Harriet, 136; 

Lieut -Colonel Francis Douglas, 135, 136; Henry, 

144; Sarah, !«, 136. 
Griffin, Rosannah, 171. 
Grimston, James Walter, Earl of VemUun, 190; 

Jane Anna Maria, 31 ; Lady Mary Augusta 

Frederica, 190; Rev. the Hoa^ Robert, 146; 

Thomas, 31. 
Grimthorpe, Ernest William, Baron, 37. 
Grinling, Anna, 115; John, 115. 
Groome, Rev. John riindes, 117. 
Grosvenor, Constance Gertrude Sutherland, Duchess 

of Westminster, 74; Hueh Lupus, Duke of 

Westminster, 74; Sibell Mary, Countess, 74; 

Victor Alexander, Earl, 74. 
Granville, Rev. Payne, 53. 
Guest, Henry, 24; James, 24; Jane, 24; Lettice, 

24; Mary, 24; Sarah, 24. 



H 

Hadden, John, 132; Rebecca, 132. 

Hallett, William Charles, 77. 

Hambleton, Rev. John, 122, 123. 

Hambroueh, Albert John, 160 ; Chariotte Jane, 160 ; 

Isabel Emma Maria, 160; Otho Olclisworth le 

Marchant H., i6a 
Hamlin, Thomas, 196. 
Hammcarsley, Caroline, 108; Thomas, 108. 
Hammond, Rev. John Parish, 193; Theodosia 

Elizabeth, 31. 
Hamond, Dr., 180. 
Handcock, Hon°** Audrey Mary Florence, 45; 

Isabella Louisa, 45 ; Lieut. -Col. the Hon**^ Robert 

French, 45 ; Robert Gordon, 45. 
Hankey, Elisa, 19; Thomson, 19. 
Harcourt, Lady Anne, 39; Most Rev. Edward, 

Archbishop of York, 39 ; Egerton Vernon, 36, 39; 

Laura Emma, 39; Leveson Frauds Vernon, 39. 
Hardyman, Charlotte, 47; Maiy, 47; William, 47. 
Harison, Rev. William, 156. 
Harris, Amelia, 55; John, 55; Teresa Newcomen 

Julia Everleigb, 55. 
Harrison, Frances Harriet Maud, 137; Harriet 

Rowan, 137; Rev. James, 167; Rev. Laurence 

John, 137. 



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Hartknd, Tobn, 66. 

Hartley, Mary, 52 ; Thomas, 53. 

Hartman, £mily, 162; Colonel Isaac Rawling% 160^ 

162; Lucy, 160; Lacy Elizabeth, 162. 
Hwnnyt Rev. Charles Margrave,, 18-21 ; Elisa, 19 ; 

Frances Harriet, 19; Rev. Richard, 19. 
Haselwood, Ann, 173; William, 173, 189^ 
Hassell, Sarah Anne, 48; Thomas, 48. 
Haviland, Catherine, 82; Colonel, fti. 
Hawes, Rev. Robert, 25, 27. 
Hay, Charles Gore, Earl of Enroll, 73. 
HaydoD, Rev. William, 145. 
Heath, Edward, 20; Lewis, 24; Sarah, 24. 
Henderson, Beatrice, 129; Colonel Sir Edmmid 

Yeamans Walcott, 129; Rev. John Dalyell, 129; 

Dame Maria EUaabeth, 129. 
Henley, Rev. Cuthbert, 117- 12a 
Henslowe, C&therine Frances Mary, 133; Cecil 

William Edward, 133; Rev. Edward John 

Lambert Barthelemon, 133; Harriet Bkkeway, 

133- 

Herbert, Alice Harriet, 113; Hcm^ Anna Maria, 
lit; Annie Katharine Louisa, 1 13 ; Arthur 
Frederick, 113; Beatrice Anne, 112; Beatrice 
Ma^, 113; Lady Charlotte Elizabeth, 109; 
Christian Victor Charles, 112; Lady Diana, 190; 
Dorothy Mareuerite Elizabeth, 112; Edward, 
Earl of Powis, 108; Edward James, Earl a[ 
Powis, 108, 112; Edward Robert Henry, 112; 
Colonel Edward William, ill, 112; Hon^ 
Elisabeth Beatrice, no; Fkwentia Caroline, 113; 
Very Rev. the Hon^ Geoige, iio^ 113; Geoige 
Auffustus, Earl of Pembroke, 190; George Charles, 
Earl of Powis, no; Colonel Graham Cludde, 112 ; 
Lady Harriet Emily, no; Lady Harriet Jane, 
112; Henry Arthur, Earl of Powis, 108; Henry 
Edward, 109; Henry James, 113; Ladv Hermione 
Gwladys, no; Lacy, Countess of rowis, 108; 
Lady Lacy Caroline, 108; Lo<7 Edith, 113; 
Lady Magdalen Lacy, ill; Lady Maisaret 
Augusta, in; Mary Anne, in; Lady Maiy 
Caroline Louisa, 109; Hon°** Mervyn Horatio, 
no ; Lieut -General the Hon^ Sir Percy Egerton, 
109; Percy Mark, 113; Percy Robert, Viscount 
Clive, no; Phyllis Hedworth Camilla, 112; 
Hon^ Robert Charles, 108, in ; Hon>>*« Sybella 
Augusta, 113; Violet Ida Eveline, Countess of 
Powis, no; Major-General the Hon^ William 
Henry, 108, no, 113; Winifred Lucy Elisabeth, 
in; su als0 Powis. 

Hervey, Rev. Frederick Alfred John, 4. 

Hervey-Bathaxst, Alice Constance, 191 ; Dame Clare 
Emily, 191 ; Sir Frederick Hutchinson, Bt, 
191. 

Hewett, Rev. Phillip, 168. 

Higgin, Thomas Honsman, 135. 

Higgott, Anne, 169-171 ; Thomas, 170, 171. 

Higham, Mary Ann, 116; Samuel, 116; Samuel 
Stagoll, 116. 

Hieson, Arthur, 87; Beatrice Ada, 87; Edith Mary, 
86; Ella, 87; John, 87; John Hayes, 87; 
Susan, 87; William, 86. 

Hildyard, Ethel Julia, 4; Rev. Henry Charles 
Thoroton, 4; Jafia Hildvard, 4. 

Hill, Anne, 84; Lieut -Colonel Charles John, 73; 
George, 156 ; Eliza, 151 ; Eliabeth, 66 ; Lady 
Frances Charlotte Arabella, 73; James, 66; 
John, 66, 151; Rev. John Smith, 26; Mazy 
Hannah, (iib\ Minnie, 151; Rose Mary, 156; 
Thomas, 84; Thomas }>intel, 73. 

Hillman, Jane, 18; John, 18. 

Hindle, Rev. Joseph, 129; Maria Elisabeth, 129. 

Hinxman, Rev. Charles, 147; Delita, 147; 
Edward, 147; Emmeline, 147; Lionel, 147. 

Hitchins, Rev. Alfred, 125; Emma Spicer, 159; 
Henry Thomas, 159. 

Hoare, Rev. Charles James, 78. 

Hobbs, Eliza, 47; William, 47- 



Hodges, Rev. Alfred, 96; Charlotte Lydia, 62; 

Thomas Law, 62. 
Hodgkinson, George, 21 ; LanFaJane, 2i. 
Hodgson, Alice, 96 ; Barnard Thornton, 145 ; Rev. 

John Geoi^e, 137 ; Maria, 96 ; William, 96^ 
Holden, Rev. Hyla, 137. 
Holdemess, Thomas Hunter, 17. 
Holmes, Katie Annie, 20; Mary, 68; W. H., 20. 
Holland, Rev. Henry ScoU, 63. 
Hollist, Anthcmy, 144; Elizabeth Mary (lily), 150; 

Frances Geoiviana, 150; Hasler, 15a 
Holroyd, Elizabeth Baddicott, 176; Rev. James 

John, 176. 
Hood, Alexander, Viscount Bridport, 188 ; Charlotte 

Mary, Lady Bridport and Duchess of Bronte, 188 ; 

Samuel, Baron Bridport, 188, 189. 
Hooper, Henry Filkes, 2a 
Hopkins, Anne, 160-171; Mary Jane, 170; Sarah 

Eliza, 169; William, 169-171. 
Hopkinson, Charles, 46; Emma Blanche, 46. 
Hopper, Annie Margaret, 131 ; Ven^ Augustus 

Macdonald, 131 ; Rev. Edmund Charles, 131. 
Horn, Isabella, 195 ; Robert, 195 ; William, 197. 
Hornby, Caroline Lucy, 16 ; Rev. Charles Edward, 

45 ; Frsjids ViUiers, 31 ; Admiral Sir Phipps, 

16. 
Horsley-Beresford, Hon^ Caroline Agnes, 40; John, 

Baron Dedes, 4a 
Horton, Catherine Wishenden, 5a 
Hoste, Rev. Philip, 31. 
Hotham, Rev. the Hon^ Frederick, 188. 
HoQSon, Isabella, 181 ; James, 181. 
How, Charles T., 96; Emily J., 96. 
Howe, Charlotte Ryley, 28; Joseph, 28. 
Howley, Rt Rev. William, Bishop of London, 

180. 
Howson, Rev. Geoige John, 175. 
Hovle, Constance Maiv, 50; John, 50. 
Hubbard, Ellen Sophy, 103; John, 166; John 

Gellibrand, Baron Addington, 103, 166; Louisa 

Ann, 166; William Egerton, 103. 
Hudson, Charles, 52; Jane, 52. 
Huet, Emma Spicer, 159; Maria, 159; Rev. William 

Godfrev, 159. 
Hume, Iienry Strange, 17. 
Hunt, Arthur Rust, 120 ; Edmund Lombard, 61 ; 

Jessie Haroourt, 23 ; John, 56 ; Katherine, 61 ; 

Louisa Katherine, 50; Marian, 120; Mary 

Catharine, 61 ; Robert, 23 ; Sarah Ann PhiUis, 

120; William, 12a 
Hunter, Rev. Canon, 56; Eva Isabel, 50; Frederick 

William, 50; John, 50; Sarah Ann, 50; William, 

89. 
Hason, Harriet, 138, 140; William, 138, 14a 
Hussey, Edward, in; Henrietta Saiah, in; Mary 

Ann, in; William CHve, in. 
Hutchinson, Rev. James, 7 ; Jane, 153 ; John, 153 ; 

Robert Deey, 153; Rev. T., 179; Wilhehnina 

Elisabeth, 1^3; Rev. William Henry, 137. 
Hutton, HoniSi* Charles William, 175; Elizsbeth 

Maria Henrietta, 175; Henrietta Maiia Louisa, 

175. 



I'Anson, Edward, 133; Harriet Blakeway, 133. 
Ilbert, Sir Courtenay Peregrine, 148; Dame Jessie, 

148; Lettice, 148. 
Inge, Rev. Edward George Boultbee, 150; Emma 

Lucy Athela, 150; Rev. John Edward Alexander, 

Ingles, Rev. David, 2a 

Irby, Rev. Geoige Powell, 97. 

Irving, Rev. Robert, 132. 

Isacke, Frederick James, 179; Margaret, 177; Msry 

Erskine, 179; Marv Turner Erskine, 179; 

Matthew, 177; Sarah Mary Jane, 177. 
Izaid, Charlotte, 66. 



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Jackson, Elizabeth, 24; John, 24, 147; Rt Rey. 

John, Bbhop of London, 118; Maria, 147; Mary 

Louisa, 147. 
Jacob, Rl Rev. Edsar, Bishop of St Albans, 146; 

Edith, 151 ; Hennetta Sophia, 151 ; Henry, 175 ; 

John Heniv, 151 ; Lacy Emmie, 175. 
James, Hon^ Angela Mary, 167 ; Bernard Ramsden, 

167 ; John Henry, 167 ; Joyce Mary, 76; Mary, 135 ; 

Richard, 135. 
effcock. Rev. John Thomas, 27, 28. 
effereys, Isabella, 160; Richard Gunning, i6a 
efferson, Anne, 159. 
effreys, Jane Ang^a^ 85 ; Jolins, 85. 
enkins. Rev. A&ired Azthnr, 175 ; Beatrice Maiv, 

113; Rev. Charles James, 172; Edith Elizabeth, 

172; George Henry Vaughan, 113; Johanna, 172; 

Mary Rae, 113; Richard Lewis, 113. 

{enour, Rev. Alfred, 86; Fanny Whinfield, 86. 
ersey, George Bnssey, Earl of, I ; Frances, Counteis 
of, I. 

Jewitt, Enid Avice, 4; R. T. C, 4. 
odrell, Cecilia Cator, 3; Eloise Fanny Harriet, 

Countess of Cape St. Vincent, 3 ; Rev. Heniy, 3. 
Johnson, Elia, 98; Henry, 98; Ven*>>« Henry Frank, 

94; William Thomas, 145. 
Johnston, Rev. Charles Smyth, 62 ; Edward John, 
62; Henry Hamilton (afterwards Sir Harry), 134; 
Hugh, 62 ; Louisa, 62. 

Johnstone, Edward, 113; Mary Rae, 113. 
ones, Ann, 51 ; Rev. Henry Prouse, 66 ; Herbert 
Riversdale Mansel, 181 ; John, 51 ; John Winter, 
88 ; Margaret PhylUs, 23 ; Mary Susannah, 88 ; 
Rt. Rev. William Basil, Bishop of St David's, 13; 
William, 23 ; William Saville, 23. 
Josephi, Barchewitz von, 97 ; Marianne Amelia, 97 ; 

Marie Paar von, 97. 
Joyce, Rev. William Henry, 31. 



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Kay, Edward Ebenezer, 166; Hannah, 166; 
James Phillips, 166; Joseph, 166; Marie, 154; 
Robert, 166. 

Kay-Shuttleworth, Hon^^" Angela Mary, 167 ; Blanche 
Marion, Lady Shuttleworth, 166; Hon^ Catherine 
Blanche, 167; Charles Ughtred, 168; Charlotte 
Mary, 168; Hon"* Edward James, 167; Ethel 
Clementina, 167 ; Helen Victoria, 167 ; Sir James 
Phillips, Bt, 166; Dame Janet, 166; Janet 
Elizabeth, 166; Janet Walcott, 168; Hon^ 
Lawrence Ughtred, 167; Lionel Edward, 168; 
Hon** Nina Louisa, 167; Hon** Rachel 
Beatrice, 167; Robert, 167, 168; Stewart 
Marjoribanks, 168; Sir Ughtred James, Baron 
Shuttleworth, 166. 

Keane, Daniel, i. 

Keble, Elizabeth, 128; Rev. Thomos, 128. 

Keene, Arthur, 49 ; Marv Ann, 49. 

Keighly, Anne, 159 ; Charles Gilbert, 161 ; Emma 
Spicer, 159; Henry Peach, 159; James English, 
159; Sarah Christiana, 159. 

Keighly-Peach, Adela Sarah, 162; Algernon 
Beresfoxd, 161 ; Beresford Frederick, 162 ; 
Caroline Essex, 161 ; Cecil Vandeleur, 162 ; 
Charles Lindsey, 160; Charles William, 160; 
Edith Cressida, 162 ; Emily Kathleen, 160 ; Enid 
Kathleen Jeifereys, 161; Fleetwood, 162; Florence 
Jessie, 161; Henry, 160; Henry Peach, 160, 161; 
Isabel Emma Maria, 160; Joan Alicia Florence, 
161 ; Lucius Cary, 160, 161 ; Lucy Christiana, 161 ; 
Lucy Isabella, 160, 161; Margaret Am^lie, 162; 
Winifred, 162. 

Kelk, Frances Sanders, 124; John, 124. 

Kell, A. J., 191 ; Kathiyn Ccnrnelia, 191. 

Kelly, Rev. Maitland, 14a 



Kempe, Rev. John Edward, 9^ 
Kendall, Ann, 51 ; Elizabeth Ann, 51 ; John, 5i» 58 
Margaret, 58; Philip Si ' 



Marearet, 58; Philip Stanislaus, 51. 

Kenrick, Amy Marion, 62; Anne, 6^; Charles Jarvis 
Matthew, 61, 63 ; Rev. Charles William Herbert, 
61, 63; Constance, 63; Curteis, 61; Cyni 
Cianmer Curteis, 62 ; Dorothy, 61 ; Elizabeth, 62 ; 
Ethel Frances, 63; Evelvn Maiy, 63; Frances, 
62 ; Frances Aiine, 01 ; George Edmund 
Reginald, 62 ; Helen Clara Campden, 61 ; Rev. 
Henry William Gordon, 125; Herbert William 
Mascall, 61 ; Jane, 63 ; Rev. Jarvis, 61 ; Jarvis 
Julian Mascall, 63; Louisa, 61, 62; Mabel, 63; 
Maijorie Amy, 63 ; Maiy Catharine, 61 ; NeviUe 
Cyril Evelyn, 62 ; Ruth Betty Mary, 61 ; Violet, 
63 ; William, 61 ; William Mascall, 61 ; William 
Robert Scawen, 63. 

Kenyon, Elizabeth, 57. 

Kerrill, Elizabeth, 12; Thomas, 12. 

Kerry, Lady Augusta Lavinia Prisdlla, Coonteai 
of, 109 ; William Thomas, Earl of, 109. 

Kilmaine, John Cavendish, Baron, 6; Mary, Lady, 6. 

Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh, Rt. Rev. Geoige de la 
Poer Beresford, Bishop of, 72. 

Kimberley, Earl of, j. 

King, David, 151; Eliza, iji; Ven** Walker, 6x. 

Kingsley, Rev. Charles, 166. 

Kitcat, Kev. Henry James, 16. 

Kitson, Geoi]rina, 194; Rev. ^ames BuUer, 194; 
Rev. John Buller, 194. 

Kittermaster, Rev. Frederick Wilson, 174 ; Rhoda, 
174; Rhoda Constance Mary, 174. 

Kittoe, Rev. Edward Hooper, 4. 

Knight, Elizabeth, 47; Rev. Frederick William, 161; 
George Thomas, 188; Heniv, 47 ; Hilare, Countess 
Nelson, 188; Jane, 176; Jobn, 176. 

KnoUys, Fredenck Robert, 193; Katheiine Elizabeth, 
193 ; Laura Caroline, 193. 

Kynaston, Rev. Walter Charles Edward, 137. 



Lacey, Charlotte, 196. 

Lacon, Annie Mamret, 131 ; Frederick Graham, 

131 ; Ida Clementina, 131. 
Lambton, Ethel Elizabeth Louisa, Countess of 

Durham, 39; John Geoige, Earl of Duriuun, 39. 
Lamotte, John Lagier, 44; Mary, 44. 
Landon, Very Rev. Whittington, loi. 
Lane, Hon** Agnes, 8; Rev. Charlton, 18; John 

Newton, 8 ; Marv Isabel, Viscounteu Downe, 8 ; 

Sidney Leveson, 8. 
Lane-Fox, Mary, Ladj Conyers and Darcy de 

Knayth, no; Sackville George, Baron Conyers 

and Darcy de Knayth, no; Hon^ Violet Ida 

Eveline, iia 
L«3g, Rt Rev. Cosmo Gordon, Bishop of Stepney, 

37; Rev. Dr., 91. 
La^ord, Hercules Langfofd, Baron, 39; Louisa 

Jane, Lady, 39. 
Langton, Mary, 58 ; William, 58. 
Lansdell, Henry, 48; Rev. Henry, 48, 50; Julia 

Ann, 48; Mary Anne, 48. 
Lansdowne, Henry, Marquess of, 109. 
Larkine, Isabella, 127 ; John, 127 ; Rev. Lambert 

Blackwell, 127. 
Lascelles, Hon»" Edwin, 34. 
Lavin, I>omimc, 12 c. 
Laverty, Rev. Wallis Hay, 133. 
Law, Hon^ Charles Ewan, 6 ; Constance Mary, 4 ; 

Mary, 6 ; Hon^ MatUda, 4; William Algernon 

Cajetan, 4; Rev. the Hon** William Towry, 4. 
Leake, Frank Herbert, 4; Gladvs Mary, 4. 
Lear, Eda Eleanor, 149; Ven** Francis, 149, 151 ; 

Very Rev. Frauds, 149; Isabella Mary, 149. 
Leathes, Rev. Stanley, 66. 
Leoonfield, Geoige, naron, 74. 



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Lee, Rev. Henry, 173^ Rey. John WoUen, 173; 

Mabel Bfoagfatcm, 173 ; Mary Sophia, 173. 
Leech, Rev. John Langton, 57. 
LttK* Edith, 98 ; Muy Ann, 98 ; Rowland Thomaa 

Gcoree, 98. 
Leigh, Elizabeth, 13S; Ralph, 138. 
Leigh-Clare, Jane Maria, 138; Lilian, 140; Octavtus 

I^igh, 138, 140$ Reghudd Leigh, 14a 
L'Es^uge, Edmund, 73; Grace, 73; Lady Henrietta 

Siuan Bereaford, 73 ; Colonel Henry Peisley, 38, 

73; Mary, 38. 
Leveson-Gower, Lady Anne, 39; Granville, Marquess 

of Stafford, 39. 
Levi, William John, 78. 
Lewis, Rev. David, 135 ; Elisabeth, 122 ; Elisabeth 

Pratt, 113, 126; Samuel, 169; William, tas, 126. 
Lewthwaite, William, 25. 

Lickbarrow, Elisabeth, 57; Ellen, 57; Thomas, 57. 
Liddell, Lady Elisabeth, 112; Henry Thomas, Earl 

of Ravensworth, 112; Rev. the Hon^* Robert, 

74, 191- 
Udodi, Rev. the Hon^^ Robert, iia. 
Lightbody, Alfred William, 92; Elisabeth, 92; Ethel 

Petre Newport, 92; John, 92. 
Lincoln, Daniel, 115; Sarah, 115. 
Lindsay, Acheson Obins, 161 ; John, 161 ; Lucy 

Christiana, 161 ; Mannette Elisabeth, 161. 
Lindsey, Elisabeth, 29 ; Gertmde, 29 ; William, 29 ; 

William Henry, 29. 
Idsbume, Alice D* Alton, Countess of, 13; Ernest 

Augustus Malet, Earl of, 13. 
Little, Frederick Camden, 61 ; Helen Clara Campden, 

61 ; Helen Ruth, 61 ; James Langfaton, 49 ; Mary 

Ann, 49. 
Littledale, Ada Julk, 53; Alfred, 54; Ann, 52; 

Anne Maxy, 53; Annette Mary, 55; Annette 

Nora Jane, 5^; Clara ^^let, 56; Clement St. 

George Royds, 5<;; Edmund Harold, 56; 

Edith, 54, 59; Edith Maud, 56; Ellen Maiy, 
»; Ethel, 56; Henry, 52; Isaac, 52, 55; 

John Bolton, 52, 5^, 50; Julia, 52, 59; Marian 

Dorothy, 54; Marian Harriet, 54; Mary, 52, 



Tohi 

Doro 

Ky, S^ay,' 56; Ronald Bolton, 56; Teresa 

New -..-...—. 

BoUon, 56; William Edmund'Royds, 56. 



fewcomen Julia Everleig^, 55; Thomas, 52, $4, 
; Thomas Alfred Royds, 52, 54, 55; Thomas 



Llewellin, Franees Mary, 130; Margaret, 130; 
William, 130. 

LLoyd-Osweil, Arthur Edward, 104; Catherine, 
104; Rev. Henry, 104; Mabel Frances, 104* 

Lockwood, Sarah, 116. 

Lomer, Albert, 100; Angelina, 100; Caroline 
Rosalie Jane, loa 

London, Rt. Rev. John Jackson, Bishop of, 118; 
Rt. Rev. William Howley, Bishop of, i8a 

Long, Rev. Frank, 146. 

Longbottom, Sarah, 136; William, 136. 

Lorimer, Elizabeth, 171; Emma Jane, 171; Thomas 
Webster, 171. 

Louch, Elizabeth, 119; John Frands, 119. 

Lowe, Rev. Josiah Bateson, 87. 

Lucas,' Henrietta 51 ; Tulia Augusta, 51 ; Henry 
Owen, 51; Rev. Wil&am Henry, 193; William 
John, 51. 

Lukis, Frederick Corbin, 178; Louisa Elisabeth, 
178. 

Lumley, Aldred Frederick Geoi]^ Beresfbrd, Earl of 
Scarbrough, 72, 75 ; Lady Algitha Frederica Mary, 
72; Lady Anne Geoigina, 74; Hon^ Constance 
Eleanor, 75; Lady Frances Charlotte Arabella, 
73; Frederica Mary Adelisa, Countess of 
Scarbrough, 72; Hon^ Frederick, 72$ Hon^ 
Harriet Anne, 72; Lady Henrietta Susan 
Beresford, 73 ; Lady Ida Frances AnnabeUa, 73 ; 
John, Earl of Scarbrough, 72; Lawrence Roger, 
75; Lilian Mary Theodora, 75; Lady Lilian 
Selina Elizabeth, 74; Lucy Cealia, Countess of 
Scarbrough, 75 ; Lyulph Richard William Granby, 



Viscount, 73; Lieut-Cotcmel die Hon^ Qsbert 
Victor George Atheling, 75 ; Richard George, Earl 
of Scarbrough, 37, 72, 73; Richard John, 75; Lady 
Serena Mary Barbara, 75; SibeU Evelyn, 75; 
Lady Sibell Mary, 74; se€ also Scarbrough 

Lumley-Savile, Lady Anne Geoigina, 37 ; Charlotte 
Mary, 72 ; Frederick, 37, 72. 

Lundie, Rev. Robert Henry, 87. 

Lungley, Mary, 92, 93; Zephaniah, 92, 93. 

Lupton, Ann, 173; Ellen Frances Sarah, 173; 
William Mansel, 173. 

Lushington, Sir Henry, Bt., 193; Louisa, 193. 

Lynch, Rev. John, 61. 



Maas, Emily Louisa, 140; Jacob, 14a 

Macandrew, Anne, 87 ; Catherine, 87 ; James, 87 ; 

William Duncan, 87. 
Macbean, Annie Caroline Ann, 149; Matthew 

Fletcher, 149; William, 149. 
Macclesfield, Thomas, Earl of, 109. 
Macdonald, Janet, Q3 ; Colonel Robertson, J3. 
MacDougall, David, 85; Katherine Gairdner, 85; 

Rebecca, 85. 
Macirone, Colonel Francis, 30 ; Giulia Isabella, 30 ; 

Peter Augustus, 30; Francesco Filippo Ludovioo 

Melchiore, 30. 
Macleane, Rev. Arthur John, 151; Flora, 151. 
Macnaghten, Hon*^ Edith Minnie, 46; Edward, 

Baron, 46 ; Hon^ Edward Charles, 46 ; Frances 

Arabella, Lady, 46 ; Hon^ Gwen Elca Violet, 46. 
MacSorley, Rev. John James, 13a 
Mac Vicar, Ada Julia, 53; Janet, 53; Rev. John 

Gibson, 53 ; Symers Douglas Macdonald, 53. 
Maddison, Rev. John George, 197 ; Sophia, 197. 
Mainwaring, Frances Suiders, 124; Henrietta 

Georgiana, 124; Henry George, 124; Colonel 

Henry Germain, 124. 
Maitland, Emma, 147 ; Florence Henrietta, 147 ; 

Frederic William, 147 ; John Gorham, 147. 
Majendie, Rt Rev. Henry William, Bishop of 

Bangor, 149 ; Isabella Mary, 149. 
Makn, Rev. Soknaon Ceesar, 95. 
Malsbury, Joseph, 162 ; Mary Ann, 162. 
Manchester, George, Duke of, 108. 
Mann, James, Earl ComwalUs, 13; Julia, Countess 

Comwallis, 13. 
Manners, Lady Elizabeth Frederica, 72 ; John 

Heniy, Duke of Rutland, 72. 
Manners-Sutton, Most Rev. Charles, Archbishop of 

Canterbury, 13; Mary, it. 
Manser, Edward George, 48. 
Maples, William, 124, 125. 
Mapleton, Rev. Harvey Mallory, 169-171. 
Mare, Marearet, 17; Matthew, 17. 
Maijoribanks, David, Lord, 166; Janet, 166; Sir 

John, Baronet, 166. 
Markby, Rev. Edward, 99. 
Markham, Catharine Frances Nannette, 34 ; Qements 

Robert, 34; Rev. Canon David Frederick, 34, 35; 

William, 34; Most Rev. William, Archbi^op of 

York, 34; William Thomas, 34. 
Marlborough, George, Duke of, 191. 
Marona, I&v. Charles Antonio, 95. 
Biarriott, Grace Pawley, 49; Joseph, 49; Joseph 

Colyer, 48 ; Mary Ann, 49 ; WiUiam, 49 ; Rev. 

William Smith, 62. 
Marsh, Isaac, 170; Marv, 170. 
Marsland, James, 33 ; Maria, 33. 
Marten, Rev. William, loi ; Marian, loi. 
Martin, Frances Arabella, 46; Sir Samuel, 46. 
Martineanz, John Philip, 159. 
Mascall, Frances Aime, 61 ; Martha, 61 ; Robert, 61. 
Mason, Alfred Samuel, 176; Ann, 99; Anne 

Elizabeth, 176 ; Eleanor, 176 ; Eliza Maude, 99 ; 

George Simpson, 99; Robert, 87; Susan» 87. 



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Master, Amj Charlotte Emily Hoskins, 83; Amy 
Mozgan, 82 ; Arthur Bisset Streynsbam Hoskins, 
82$ Charles Edward Hoskins, 8a, 84; Charles 
Hoskins, 81, 82; Charles^ Le^ Hoskins, 81; 
Edward Hoskins, 82; Ellice Margaret, 82; EUinor 
Mary, 84; Emily, 82; Emily Hoskins, 82: Emald, 
84 ; Ethel Helen, 84 ; Evelyn Audrey Hoskins, 
84; Fitzroy, 84; George Strevnsham Hoskins, 84; 
Gilbert Nathaniel HoJcins, 64; Herbert Francis 
Hoskins, 83 ; Herbert Hoskins, 83 ; Jack Nelson 
Streynsham Hoskins, 82 ; Katharine Emily Hoskins, 
81 ; Legh Chichele Hoskins, 83 ; Legb Hoskins, 
83 : Rev. Legh Hoskins, 81, 83 ; Lonisa, 81 ; 
Louisa Henrietta Hoskins, 83 ; Louisa Hoskins, 
81 ; Louise Clare, 84 ; Streynsham Hoskins, 83 ; 
Rev. Streynsham, 81 ; Vera, 84. 

Matcham, Catherine, 191 ; Elizabeth, 191 ; Geoige, 
187, 191; Nelson, 187; Simon, 191. 

Matson, Catherine Wishenden, 50 ; Elizabeth Kemp, 
50; John, 50. 

Matthews, Clara Jane, 132 ; Edward, 132 ; Elisabeth 
Sarah, 132; Joseph, 132 

Maude, Ven*>>« Charles Bulmer, 172. 

Maughan, Rev. James Slade, 197 ; Jane Eliza 
Frances, 197 ; Rev. Simpson Brown, 197 ; Sophy 
Grace, 197. 

Maughan-Ettrick, Marion Kate Elizabeth, 197; 
Muriel Grace Ettrick, 197 ; Rev. Slade Ettrick, 

197. 
Mavrogordato, Emma, 79. 
Mayhew, John, 115; Mary, ii^; Sarah, 115. 
McCausland, Rev. Abraham HiUhouse, 194; Barbara 

Martha, 194 ; Charles Menzies, 194 ; Emily 

Frances, 194. 
McCormidc, Margaret, 130; Michael, 130. 
McEachem, Donald, 197; Ellen, 197. 
McKnight, Rev. William Henry Edward, 190. 
McLean, Allan, 23 ; Catherine Geoigiana, 23 ; 

Katherine Louisa Varenne, 23. 
McMurdo, Ann, 85 ; William, 85. 
Meade-King, Herbert, 20. 
Mellor, Benjamin, 93 ; Benjamin Dixon, 93 ; Louisa 

Catherine, 93 ; Maty, 93. 
Merriman, Clmrles Antony, 31 ; Rev. Charles Victor, 

31 ; Emma Florence, 31 ; George Langshaw, 

31- 

Merton, Thomas Horatio, Viscount, 193. 

Middleton, Sir Arthur Edward, Bt., 15; Ladv 
Constance Harriet, 15 ; Ethel, 56 ; Rev. Frederick 
Graeme, 157; Heniy, j6; Henry Nicholas, 15; 
Selmira, 56 ; Susan Mana, 157 ; sge also Monck. 

Milbank, Barbarina Sophia, 113; Sir Frederick 
Acclom, Bt., 113; Mark William Vane, 113; 
Sybella Augusta, 113. 

Miles, Maria Catherine, 191 ; Sir William, Bt, 191. 

Miller, Caroline Rosabelle, 47, <i ; Elizabeth, 51; 
Francis Hugh, 47, 51 ; Rev. John Cale, 51. 

Milner, Dame Adeline Gertruae Denison, 37; Lady 
Anne Georgina, 37, 74 ; Caroline Agnes, Dowager 
Duchess of Montrose, 40; Caroline Elizabeth Mary, 
36 ; Catharine Frances Nanette, 34 ; Charlotte 
Catherine, 35 ; Charlotte Henrietta, 38 ; Dame 
Diana, 34 ; Doreen Maud, 37 ; Dudley Frauds, 
38; Edith Harriet, 35; Edward, 39; Edward 
Carolus, 38; Emily Constance Frederica, 40; Ethel 
Elizabeth Louisa, 39 ; Eveline Selina, 35 ; Evelyn 
Augusta, 39; Fanny Frederica Sophu, 36; Sir 
Fr^eridc George, Bt., 36, 37, 74; Geor^ Francis, 
40; Georgina Selina Septima, 36; Granville Henry, 
37* ?8, 74 ; Dame Hamet Elizabeth, 34, 74; Harriet 
Emily Mary, 35 ; Henry Beilby William, 34, 38 ; 
Laura Emma, 39 ; Louisa IKana, 37 ; Marcus 
Henry, 40; Mary Emmeline Laura, 37; Selina, 34; 
Selina Catherine Diana, 34 ; Violet Helen, 37 ; 
William Frederick Victor Mordaunt, 37 ; Sir 
William Mordaunt, Bt, 34, 36; Sir William 
Mordaunt Edward, Bt, 37, 74; Sir William 
Mordaunt Sturl, Bt, 34, 74. 



Minster, Anne, 187$ Edward* 187. 
Mirehouse, Agoei^ 152; Elizabeth, 152; John, 15a. 
Mitchell, Henry, 44; Mary Brodrick, 44. 
Moberley, Rt Rev. Geoige, Bishop of Salisbuy, 

Motyneuz, Ann, 52; Anthony, 53; Maiy, 53; Maiy 

Anne, 53; Thomas, 52, 53. 
Monck, Charles Atticus, 15; Sir Charles Billet 

Lambert, Bt, 15; Lanra, 15; m» dA# Middleton. 
Moncrdffe, Geoigina Elizabeth, 8) Sir Thomas, 

Bt, 8. 
Money, Rev. Walter Baptiat, 32. 
Monk, Rt Rev. James Henry, Bishop of Glonocster 

and Bristol, 44. 
Monkfaouse, Maiy Elizabeth, 102; Thomas, t02. 
Montagu, Lady Caroline Maria, 108 1 Geoige, Duke 

of, 108. 
Montgomery, Lady Amelia Elizabeth, 109; Lady 

Charlotte Elizabeth, 109 ; Sir Henry Conyngham, 

Bt, 4 ; Hc^h, 109 ; Major-Geneml Hugh Pkrker, 

109; Matil<&, 4; William, 109. 
Montrose, Caroline Agnes, Duchess of, 40 ; Caroline 

Maria, Duchess of, 108 ; Douglas Beresiord Malise 

Ronald, Duke of, 40; James, Doke 0^ 40, 

108. 
Moore, Francis Robertson, 197 ; Rev, Geoige, 

197. 
Morav, Ross and Caithness, Rt Rev. Robert £den« 

Bisnop of, 148, 166. 
Moreton, Florence UQian, 40; Hemy Geoige 

Frances, Earl of Dude, 40 ; Captahi the Hon^ 

Reynolds, R.N., 40. 
Morg^, Alexander Braithwaite, 82; Bertha Christina, 

23; Charles, 23; Charlotte Elizabeth, 82; 

Elizabeth, 29; Henry, 29; Jessy Haroonrt, 23. 
Momington, William, Earl of, 2. 
Morris, Frances, 28; John Massey, 28; Richard 38; 

Rev. Canon Rupert Hugh, 74; Thomas MyddleCon, 

49t SO" 
Mortlock, Rev. Edward, 23. 
Mowatt, Francis, 135, 136; Sarah, 135, 136. 
Moxon, Maiy Ann, 131 ; Sanrad, 131. 
Mullineux, Ueoige, 99 ; Harriet, 99. 
Mnncaster, Joeslyn Frands, Baron, 73. 
Mundy, Rev. Matthew, 45. 
Munster, Geoige, Eari of, 1C9. 
Murray, Catherine, 104 ; Charles, 104 ; Rev. Canon 

Frederick William, 50 ; Rt Rev. Geoige, Blafaop 

of Rochester, 181 ; William, 61. 
Musgrave, Most Rev. Thomas, Archbishop of York, 

37 ; Rev. Vernon, 45 ; Rev. Canon Vernon, 146. 
Myers, Charles, 59. 
Mytton, Thomas, 77, 8a 



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Napier, Admiral Sir Charles, 3; Eloise Fanny 
Harriet, Countess of Cap« St Vmcent, 3. 

Napleton, Margaret Beatrice, 102; Rev. Timothy, 
102. 

Nash, Rev. Fredeiidc Gi£R)id, 91; Martha, 91; 
Sarah Dixon, 91 ; Thomas, 91 ; Thomas 
Frederick, 91 ; Thomas Giffbrd, 90. 

Neeson, Horace, 155, 158; Marianne, 155, 158. 

Nelson, Albert Frands Joseph Horatio, 194 ; Hon'^ 
Albert Horatio, 194; Alice, 194; Lady Alice Mary 
Diana, 190; Anna Geraldine Kitson, 194; Anne, 
190 ; Caroline, 192 ; Catherine, 82, 186, 191 ; 
Oitherine Mary, 99; Charles Bunard, 194; 
Hon^ Charles Horatio, 193; Charles Sebastian 
Horatio, 194; Lady Charlotte Mary, Duchess of 
Bronte, 188; Lady Constance Jane, 190; I^y 
Edith, 191; Edith Mary Josephine, 194; Edmund, 
186, 190; Rev. Edmund, 186; Hon^ Edward 
Agar Horatio, 194; Rev. the Hon^ Edward 
Foyle, 193; Rev. Edward John, 193, 194; 



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ElixA Blanche, Viacovntiess TVa&Igur, 192; 
EUabeth Anne, 192 ; Horf^ Ellen, 193 ; Ellice 
Margaret, 82; Hon^^^ Emily, 193 ; Emily Frances, 
194; Lady Fiances Catharine, 192; Fhmoes 
Elizabeth, Countess, 187, 190; Frances Herbert, 
ViscoimtesB, 189; George, 190; George Joseph 
Horatio, 194; Hon*>** Genddine, 194; Geraldine 
Mary Diana, 194; Harriet, 99; Hon*''* Henry, 193; 
Henry Edward Joseph Horatio, 194; Henry Elfis 
Hay, 82; Herbert Horatio, Viscount TnUblgar, 
I92> 193 i Hilare, Countess, 188 ; Horatio, 186 ; 
Horatio, Earl, 187, 190, 193; Horatio, Viscount 
Trafidgar, 188; Vice- Admiral Horatio, Viscount, 
Duke of Bront^, 186-189; Horatio Spencer, 191; 
Horatio William, 194 ; John Charles Horatio, 194 ; 
John Eyre, 191 ; Rev. the Hon^* John Horatio, 187, 
190-192; Katherine Elizabeth, 193; Kathiyn 
Cornelia, 191 ; Mary, 186 ; Marv Jane Diana, 
Countess, 190 ; Lady Mary Kathenne, 192 ; Mary 
Winefride, 194 ; Maud Mary, 193 ; Maurice, 186 ; 
Hon*^ Maurice, 187; Maurice Henry Horatio, 
193; Rear- Admiral Maurice Horatio, 193; 
Robert, 99 ; Sarah, Countess, 188 ; Rev. Suckling, 
19Q ; Hon^ Susan, 191 ; Lady Susanna, 192 ; 
Susannah, 187 ; Thomas, Earl, 187, 190 ; Thomas 
Horatio, Viscount Merton, 193 ; Rev. William, 
186; Rev. William, Earl, and Duke of Bronte, 
187-189. 

Nevile, Anne Elizabeth, 36 ; Rev. Christopher, 36. 

Neville, Frederick, 48. 

Newcomb, Edith Fanny, 99; Ellen, 99; Samuel 
Walter, 97, 99 ; William Horatio Needham, 99. 

Nevenham, Rev. William Thomas, 54, 59. 

Newnes, Emma Matilda, 131 ; Henry, 13T. 

Newport, Ann Hoblyn, 90; Christof^r, 90; Emily 
Mary, 9a 

Nicholl, Frederick Ilfid, 12. 

Nicholls, Joshua James, 137 ; Juliet Mary Barbara, 
137 ; A^aria Bramley Heam, 137. 

Nicnolson, Henry, 88 ; Mary Susaimah, 88 ; Maude 
Evelyn, 88; William Glaister, 88. 

Nickliiif Hannah, 169; Phoebe, 170; Samuel, 169, 
170. 

Nisbet, Frances Herbert, 189; Josiah, 189; Captain 
Josiah, R.N., 189. 

Norman, Rev. Frederick, 72 ; George, 20. 

Normanton, Diana, Countess of, 190; Welbore Ellis, 
Earl of, 190. 

North, Francis Frederick, 166; Frederick, 166; 
Janet, 166. 

Northumberland, George, Duke of, 13. 

Norwich, Rt. Rev. Jolm Thomas Pelham, Bishop of, 
118. 

Novosielski, Elizabeth, 195 ; Peter Frands, 195. 

Nunn, Philip, 17; Rose, 17. 



(^Flaherty, Amelia, 62 ; Amy Marion, 62 ; George, 

62. 
Olgivie, Rev. Canon George, 175. 
Ohver, Rev. William Elliott, 100. 
Ommanney, Rev. Edward Alslabie, 144; Frances 

Georgiana, 150; Sir Francis Molyneux, 150. 
Orde-Powlett, Algitha Frederica Mary, Lady Bolton, 

72 ; William Thomas, Baron Bolton, 72. 
Ormerod, Charles Edward, i. 
Ossington, John Evelyn, Viscount, 16. 
OsweU, Rev. William Henry, I04« 
Otaey, Rev. Edward Bickezsteth, 148. 
Owen, David Henry, 22 ; Eleanor Constance, 22 ; 

Emily, 22. 
Ozenden, Rev. Charles, 62. 
Oxford, Rt. Rev. the Hon'*'* Richard Bagot, Bishop 

of, I ; Rt Rev. Samuel WDberforce, Bishop of, 

150. 



Page-Roberts, Rev. William, 45. 

Palmer, Elizabeth, 171; Henry, 171. 

Par^eter, Catherine Geoi^giana, 23 ; Hanbniy, 23. 

Parish, Blanche Marion, 166; Dame Lomsa Ann, 

166 ; Rev. William Douglas, 166 ; Sir Woodbine, 

166. 
Park, Alice Elizabeth, 148; Emma, 148; James 

Allan, 148 ; Rev. James Allan, 148; Justice James 

Allan, 148 ; William Atherton, 148. 
Parker, Lady Amelia Elizabeth, 109; Charles 

Georee, 181 ; Isabella, 181 ; John, 35 ; Ixraisa 

Caroline, 181 ; Thomas, Earl of Macde^eld, 109. 
Parkinson, Emma Rook, 133; James, 133. 
Pamell, Frances Ann, 50; Rev. Frank, 81-84; 

Horatio, 50. 
Paroissien, Rev. George, 122. 
Paton, Ellen, 2; Ethel, 2; Major-Generai George, 2; 

John, 2; Nancie, 2. 
Pattle, James, 147; Maria, 147. 
Pawley, Grace, 48; Henry, 48; Mary, 48. 
Payne, Barbara Martha, 194. 
Peacey, Rev. Prebendary, 149. 
Peach, Lucy Isabella, 159; Samuel, 159; Sarah 

Christiana, 159. 
Pearse, Brice, 7 ; Chariotte Aime Phflippina, 7 ; 

Harriet Georgina, 7. 
Pearson, Rev. Henry Daniel, 96. 
Pelham, Rev. John Barrington, 19; Rl Rev. John 

Thomas, Bishop of Norwich, 118. 
Pemberton, Aime, 159; Harvey, 28; Sarah, 26; 

Thomas, 26. 
Pembroke, George Augustus, Earl of, 19a 
Pennefather, Rev. Canon Someret Edward, 40, 55. 
Pennington, Josslyn Francis, Baron Muncaster, 73. 
Penrice, Foster, 50; Mary Ann, 50; William, 5a 
Pepper, James, 78 ; Mary Ann Eliza, 78. 
Per^, George, Duke of Northumberland, 13; 

Gertrude, 13 ; Rt. Rev. the Hon^ Hugh, Bishop of 

Carlisle, 13; Hon*>»« Mary, 13. 
Peren, Charlotte Elizabeth, 119; Elizabeth, 119; 

William Burchall, 119. 
Perkins, Matilda, I ; Henry, i ; Oswald, I. 
Peter, Ann Hoblyn, 90; Rev. Edward, 9a 
Pettiward, Lady Frances Catharine, 192; Robert 

John, 192; Roger, 192. 
Petty, Ellen, 193; George W., 193, 
Philips, Rev. James Henry Alexander, 32. 
Philbps, Hannah, 166; James, 166. 
Pickers^l-Cunliife, Charles, 84; Evelyn Audrey 

Hoskins, 84; Harry, 84; Helen Hutton, 84; John 

Cunliife, 84. 
Pickford, Georgiana, 55; Mary, 55; Thomas Edward, 



55; William, 55. 
Pido 



dcock. Rev. Benjamin, 26. 
Pilcher, Charles, 95; Eliza, 95. 
Pinhom, Rev. George, loi. 
Pinker, Frances Wickstead, 32. 
Pirougs, Tean Etienne, 125 ; Marie Cedlie, 125. 
Fitter, Elizabeth Catherine, 54; John Rhodes, 54. 
Pleydell-Bouverie, Rev. the Hon^ Bertrand, 190, 

192 ; Lady Constance Jane, 190 ; Jacob, Eari of 

Radnor, 190; Mary Augusta Frederica, Countess 

of Radnor, 190. 
Plomlev, Elisabeth Mary, 95 ; Hannah, 95 ; James 

Foulis, 95 ; John, 95. 
Plymouth, Other Hickman, Earl of, 12; Sarah, 

Countess of, 12; Other Archer, Earl o^ 12; Mary, 

Countess of, 12. 
Pole-Gell, Henry Chandos, 2. 
Pollock, Arthur Julius, 45. 
Ponsonby, Lady Augustus Lavinia Priscilla, 109; 

John William, Earl of Bessborough, 109; Rev. 

Walter William Brabazon, Earl of Bessborough, 

109, 118, 119. 
Poore, Sir Edward, Bt., 166. 
Pope, Ellinor Mary, 84; William Agnew, 84. 



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Porter, Rev. Conoly Thomas, 98. 

Portland, William, Duke of, 34. 

Powell, Edith Mimue, 46 ; Edmimd, 61 ; Katherine, 

61 ; Maiy, 64; Michad, 6a; Thomaa, 46. 
Powis, Edward, Earl of, 108; Edward James, Earl 

of, 108, 112; George Charles, Earl oi, no; Geoiee 

Henry Arthur, Earl of, 108; Henrietta Antonia, 

Countess of, 108 ; Henry Arthur Herbert, J^ffl of, 

108 ; Lucy, COuntess of, 108; Violet Ida Eveline, 

Countess of, no; sss abo Herbert 
Poyntz, Rev. Newdigate, 104. 
Pratt, Eliabeth, laa; Nicholas, 122. 
Prentice, Catherine, 92; Deborah, 90; Manning, 93; 

Mary, 92, 93; Susanna, 93; Thomas, 92, 93; 

Thomas Lungley, 92. 
Preston, Rev. George Herbert, 63; Rev. Percy 

Herbert, 23. 
Pretyman, Elizabeth Felgate, 19 ; John, 19. 
Price, Rev. George Frederic, 112. 
Prince, Rev. Henry Rhodes, 75. 
Probyn, Alice D* Alton, 13; Edmund, 13; Helen 

Elizabeth, 172; William Henry, 172. 
Probyn- Williams, Emily, 172; Robert James, 172. 
Procter, Rev. Canon Charles Tickell, 86, 87; 

Frederick Townsend, 8a 
Piyor, Rev. John Eade, 97. 
Purcell, Geoige, 91 ; Mary, 91. 
Purkis, Henry Wakeham, 8a 
Pumell, John, 121 ; Sarah, 121. 
Pyle, Joyce, 189. 
I^ne, Rev. William, 81. 



Qnartano del Strefi, Baron, 134; Marie Ther^se, 134. 



Radnor, Jaeob, Earl of, 190; Maiy Augusta 

Frederica, Countess of, 19a 
Ratoisey, James, 54. 
Rankin, Rev. John, 18. 

Raphoe, Rt. Rev. Philip Twysden, Bishop oi; i. 
Ravenscroft, George, 35 ; Louisa Constantia, 35. 
Ravensworth, Henry Thomas, Earl of, 112. 
Rawson, Thomas, 57. 
Raymond, Rev. Charles Andrewes, 17^ 
Raymond-Stallard-Penoyre, Rev. William Frands, 



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173; Ann Fanny Elia, 173. 
sea, Nicholas Comer, 197. 

Rendel, Ellen Sophy, Lady, 103; Hon*>*« Gtace 
Daphne, 103; Stuart, Baron, 103. 

Rendlesham, Peter Isaac, Baron, X15. 

Richards, Rev. William Upton, 152. 

Richardson, Ann, 67; Elizabeth, 92; Franoes, 92; 
Geoige Goodluck, 08; John, 92; Marian, 98; 
Thomas, 67, 92; William Ridley, 92. 

Ricketts, Ernest Bengoogh, 81; Katharine Emily 
Hoskins, 81. 

Ridddl, Henry, 34. 

Ridpeway, Rt. Rev. Frederick Edward, Bishop of 
Mnsinffton, 119. 

Ridley, Aileen Margaret Newport, 91 ; Ann, 89, 90 ; 
Catherine, 92; Catherine Muriel, 93; Qiarles 
Ernest, 89-9^; Christopher Mellor, 93; Dorothy 
Jane, 90; Edith, 94; Eliabeth, 92; Ellen, 94; 
Emily Florence Newport, 89; Emily Maiy, 90; 
Ethel Petre Newport, 92 ; Frances Mabel Newport, 
92 ; Gerald Lorimer Newport, 91 ; Gerald Vernon 
Newport, 91 ; Harriet, 93 ; Helen Gertrude, 94 ; 
Helen Margeiy, 93 ; Heniy Maitland, 91 ; Herbert 
LesUe, 93 ; Isabella, 91 ; John, 89-92, 94; Laura, 

( 15 ; Louisa Catherine, 93 ; Lydia, 90 ; Mabel 
Ptoker, 91 ; Maria, 89 ; Mary Lydia, 90 ; Sir 
Matthew White, Bt., 15$ Raymond Nicholas, 91 ; 



Saiah Diion, 91 ; Smanna, 93; Thontt Dixon. 

89^1, 93; Thomas Herbert^ 89, 91; Walter 

Lancelot, 03; Walter, 91, 93; ^^nified Maiy, 931 

William, 89 ; Rev. William, 01 ; William Percy 

Newport, 90; William Wells^ 89^ 9a 
Rimmer, Emma, 96; Hug^, 96. 
Ringler, Frederic, 150; Johanna, 15a 
Ripon, Rt Rev. Robert Bickenileth, Bishop of, 

"3. 
Ritchie, Angttsta Charlotte, 150; ^^lliam, 150. 
Rivington, Alice, 18; Jane, 18; William, 18. 
Roberts, Dr., 147; Jane, 138; Mary, 147; Rev. 

Ree^iald, 173; Sarah, 138; Wdfiam Henry, 

Robortson, Ada Julia, 53; William [afterwards 
Maodonald], 53; William David Alexander, 53. 

Robins, Rev. Geoige Augustus, 74. 

Robinson, Admiral Charles Gepps, 36; Geoigina, 
Julia, 116; Julia Isabella, 36; William Robinson, 

195- 
Roche, Charles Bennett, 28; Charlotte Ryley, 281 

Clanoe Sophia, 28. 
Rochester, Rt. Rev. Edward Stuart Talbot. Bishop 

ot 119, 136; Rt Rev. Geoige Murray, Bishop of, 

181. 
de Romestin, Rev. Heniy, 167. 
Rope, Charles, 117, 120; Edward, 117; Emma 

£lizabeth, 117; Hannah, 117; Mary Emma, 117 1 

Richard, 117; Walter Henry, 117, 12a 
Roper, Ann, 100; Edith Hamilton, 100 ; Edwasd, 

loa 
Round, Catherine, 180; Constantia Catherine Anne, 

182; Edmund, zSo^ 181; Eliza Maiy, 182; 

Frederic Peel, 180, 181; John, 180; John 

Horace, 180, 181 ; Laara» 180 ; Lauim Constance, 

181 ; Louisa Caroline, 181 ; Susan Constantia, 180; 

Violet Grace, 181 ; William, i8a 
Rouse, Arthur John, 117; John William, 117. 
Rowdiffe, Charles, 45 ; Emma Mary, 45 ; Henry, 

Rowe, Rev. Georme, 4. 

Rowley, Evelyn Augusta, 39; Hercules Langfoid« 
Baron Langford, 39 ; O)lonel the Hon^ Hmules 
Langford £>yle, 39 ; Hon^ Louisa Jane, 39. 

Rovds, Rev. Alfred littledale, 53 ; Anne Maiy, 53 ; 
Dame Annette Nora Jane, 53 ; Clement, 52, 5a, 
59 ; Sir Clement Molyneux, 53 ; Rev. ^wsyra, 
52-54. 595 Jsne, 52; Julia, 52, 59; Biaiy, $3 J 
Mary Anne, 53; William Edward, 53. 

Royle, Rev. Vernon, 59. 

Rushworth, Elizabeth, 67; Helen, 67; Robert, 
67. 

Russell, Harriet Elizabeth, loi ; Harriet Fiances, 
loi ; Genersl Lechmere Coore, loi. 

Russom, Catherine Augusta, 65 ; John, 65 ; Susan, 

Rutland, John Henry, Duke of, 72. 
Ryder, Rev. Canon Arthur Gore, 179. 
Ryerse, Amelia, 55; Samuel, 55. 



Sackville, Arabella Diana. Duchess of Dorset, 12 1 
John Frederick, Duke of Dorset, 12 ; Lady Maiy, 
12. 

St Albans, Rt Rev. Edgar Jacob, Bishop of, 146. 

St Aufayn, Rev. Edmund, 16; Hon^ Eleanor 
Qementina, 16; Elizabeth Clementina, Lady 
St Levan, 16 ; John, Baron St Levan, 16. 

St David's, Rt. Rev. WiUiam Basil Jones, Bishop of, 

St John, Hon^ Elisabeth Louisa, i ; John, 

Viscount, I. 
St Kerry, Amelia, 62; Henry Sayers, 62. 
St. Leger, Colonel John, 3. 
St Levan, Elizabeth Qementina, Lady, 16; John, 

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St Qaintin, Hoo^ Muy Etoanor Franoet, 6; 

Louisa, 6 ; Thomas, 6 ; Colonel Thomas AsleU, 6. 

Salisbury, Rt. Rev. Edward Denisotii Bishop of, 

149 ; Rt Rev. George Moberley, Bhibop tli, 151 ; 

Rt Rev. John Fisher, Bishop of, 15a, 190. 
Salosbuiy, Rev. Angnstas Pemberton, 113. 
Samson, Hannah James, 21 ; Hannah Wood, 21 ; 

Thomas, 21. 
Sandeman, George Glas, 83 $ Helen Jane, 8^ 
Sanderson, Alice, 59; Qara Frances Elise, 130, 

134; Dorothy Benson, 134; Edith Mabel, 59; 

Rev. Edward, 59 ; Edward Fisher, 19 ; John, 59 ; 

Lancelot, <9; Mary, 19; Richard Bromiley, 134; 

Ridiard Withington Bromiley, 130, 134. 
Sandys, Rev. Samuel, 179. 
Sarle, Allen, 195; Allen Lanyon, 195; Elizabeth 

Ann, 195. 
Sarria, Santiago, 56; Selmira, j6. 
Saunders, Thomas Christopher William, 176. 
Sourbrough, Aldred Frederick George Beresford, Earl 

of> 72, 75; Frederica Mary Adeliza, Countess of, 

72; John, Earl o^ 72; Lucy Cecalia, Countess 

of, 75; Richard George, Earl of, 37, 72, 735 

see alsp Lumley. 
Scarlett, Rev. Edward, 5a 
Schrdber, Jnban, 84 { Louise Clare, 84. 
Soobell, Rev. John Frederick, 155. 
Scott, Henry, 2; Mary Isabella, 2; Teresa Newcomen 

Julia Everleigh, 55; Rev. Thomas James, 124; 

William John, 55. 
Scriven, Ven*^ Austin, loa. 
Seabrook, Ann, 123; John, 123. 
Scale, Dame Emfly, 162 ; Sir Henry Paul, Bt, 162 ; 

Margaret Am^Ue, 162. 
Searle, James, 91 ; Martha, 91. 
Selby-Lowdes, Rev. Charles WiUkm, i6a; Lucy, 

iw>; Lucy Isabella, 160 ; William, i6a 
Selmes, Caroline Louisa Lacey, 95; Charles, 95; 

Eliia, 95; Elisabeth, 98; James, 95, 98. 
Selwjm, Rt Rev. George Augustus, Bishop of New 

Zealand, ill. 
Senneck, Anne Catherine, 18} EUaa Lesage, 18; 

Rev. Henry, 18; Stephen, 18. 
Ser}eantson, Eliabeth, 27 ; Rev. James Jordan, 27 ; 

John, 35 ; Mildred Mary, 27. 
Seward, Dorothy, 61 ; William, 61. 
Seymour, Rev. Charles Frederidc, 179; CharloUe 

IsabelU, 179; Rev. Edward James, 28; John 

Richmond, 179. 
Shairp, Captain, 94 ; Harriet, 94. 
Shand, Wuliam Walcott, 59. 
Sharpe, Elizabeth Mary, 97; Emma Molesworth, 97; 

Rev. Thomas Henry, 97 ; William Henry, 97. 
Shaw, Lady Mary Katherine, 192 ; Richard Francis, 

192. 
Shaw-Kennedy, Frederick David Chsurles, 181, 182 ; 

John, 181 ; Violet Grace, 181. 
Shears, Rebecca, 122. 
Shelford, Rev. Leonard Edmund, 97. 
Shei^erd, Mary, 66; William, 66. 
Sherbom, Ada Mary, 66 ; Annie, 66 ; Charles, 68 

Charles Davies, 66, 68; Charles William, 67 

Charlotte, 66 ; Cecil Obert, 68 ; Edwin John, 68 

Geoffrey Robert, 67; Hannah Simpson, 67 

Helen, 67 ; Henry, 66, 67 ; loan Ada, 67 ; Leslie 

Rupert, 66; Maria, 66; ^laiv, 66-68; Mary 

Elizabeth, 67 ; Mary Hannah, 66 ; Percie Coates, 

66; Richard Aubrey, 68; Ronald Thome, 66; 

Sarah, 66; Sidney Newton, 67; William, 66. 
Sherwen, Rev. Wiluam Sherwen, 99. 
Shutte, Rev. Albert Shadwell, 135-138. 
Shuttleworth, Anne, 166; Blanche Marion, Lady, 166; 
Janet, 166; Robert, i6iS; Sir Ughtred James, Baron, 

166. 
Simpson, Rev. Dr., 47. 
Skinner, George, 196. 

Smart, Caroline Louisa Lacey, 95 ; William Wake, 
95. 



Smith, Anne, loi ; Charlotte, 6t; Hcniy, 125 ; Rev. 
Henry Gibson, 60; Horatio (Horace), 180; Hugh, 
76; Hush Graliam, 76; James, 76, 170; Laura, 180; 
Louisa Margaretta, 78 ; Martha, 125 ; Mary, 19 ; 
Mary Ann, 76 ; Rev. Percy, 19 ; PrisdlU 
Elizabeth, 170; Rev. Richard, 35; General 
Rob, 63; Robert Edward, 78; Rose Augusta 
Frances, 76; Sophia, 180; Sophia Matilda, 125; 
Colonel Thomas, loi ; Rev. Thomas Tunstall, 64; 
WUliam, 76. 
Smith-Herries, Rev. Somers, 27. 
Smith-Rewse, Ethel Helen Annie, 156; Henry 
Stinton, i^; Julia Grieve, ij6. 

Snmh, Hon^ Catherine Ahce, 44, 45 ; Dame 
Fann^ Alice Hayes, 44; Grice Blakeney, 44; 
Hamet Rowan, 137; John, 137; Lieut -General 
Sir John Rowlano, 44, 45 ; Mary Brodrick, 44 ; 
Penelope Mary Gertrude, 44, 45. 

Snell, Bertram Gordon, 3; Colond F. W., 3; 
Izobel, 3 ; Ysolde Cicely, 3. 

Snoad, Ephraim Hemmings, 98 ; Mary Ann, 98. 

Snodgrass, Rev. Frederic Evelyn Sturt, 98. 

Solomon, Elizabeth Sarah, 132; Joseph Haynes, 132. 

Sonrell, Esther, 169. 

South, Cooper, 118; Gertrude, 118; John, 118; 
John Arthur, 118; Sarah, 118. 

Southwell, Charlotte Mary, 72 ; Robert Henry, 72 ; 
Hon*^ Robert Henry, 72; Thomas George, 
Viscount, 72. 

Spedding, Amelia, 154 ; Arthur Brownrigg Deey, 
155; Benjamin Henry, 158; Caroline Delitia, 157; 
Qiarles Rodney, 158; Charles William, 154; 
Demoiver, 153; Eileen Delitia Wolfe, 157; 
Ellen Maud, 154; Ethel Helen Annie, 156; 
Ethel May, 155; Florence Mary, 154, 156; 
Geoffirey Vallange, 156; Helen Mary Deey, 
156; Henry, 153; Jane, 153; John Brownrigg, 
156; John Carlisle Deey, 153, 157; Laurence 
Brownrigg, 154; Lydia, 153; Marion Frances, 
156; M^, 155; Osyth Maijorie Deey, 156; 
Rachel, 158; Robert Brownrigg, 156; Robert 
Deey, 155; Rose Mary, 156; Samuel Warren, 
157 ; Rev. Trevor Wolfe Deey, 156 ; Vera, 154 ; 
Wilhelmina Charlotta, 153 ; Wilhelmina Eli^ibeth, 
153; Rev. William, 153, 158; WUliam Alexander, 
154; William Robert Henry, 154. 

Spencer, Rev. Albert, 100. 

Spencer -Churchill, Lord Charles, 191 ; Lady 
Etheldreda Catherine, 191 ; George, Duke o( 
Marlborough, 191 ; Hon^ Susan, 191. 

Spooner, Rev. Canon George Hardwicke, 59, 60; 
Rev. William Archibald, 149. 

Spreekleson, Elizabeth, 121 ; Peter, 121. 

Spurrell, Helen, 122; James, 122 ; Rev. James, 121, 
122, 125; Rebecca, 122. 

Stack, Agnes, iq; Edward, 15. 

Stafford, Granville, Marouess of, 39. 

Stainforth, Rev. Francis John, 76, 80. 

Stanford, Anna Sophia, 117; Arthur Henry, 117; 
Charles Maurice, 117, 119; Elizabeth, 119; 
Frederick, 117; John, 117, 119; John Edwards, 
117; Maiy, 117; Stanley Frederick, 117. 

Start, Charles William, 20; Emily Margaret, 20; 
Emma, 20; John, 2a 

Statham, Rev. Francis Flreeman, 118. 

Steedman, John, 118; Leah, 118; Sarah, 118. 

Steel, Thomas. 197. 

Steele, Edward, 176. 

Steell, Margaret, 177; Robert, 177. 

Stei^en, Rev. Reginald, 98. 

Stepney, Rt. Rev. Cosmo Gordon Lang, Bishop of, 

37. 
Stevens, Hannah, 95; Rev. Henry, 176. 
Stevenson, Clara Violet, 56 ; Louisa Katherine, 56 ; 

William, 56. 
Stewart, Elizabeth, 195 ; Rev. Harry William, 174 ; 

Major-General James, 45 ; Jane, 45 ; Rev. Canon 

John, 53; Rev. Robert, 98; William John, 195. 



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Stodc* Duiiel, 70. 

StockenstrOm, Sir Andries, Bt, 175; EUaOieth Mark 

Henrietta, 175. 
Stone, Blaiv, 95. 
Stopford, James George, Earl of Coartown, 14$ ; 

Marv Cordelia, 145; XTice-Admiral the Hon"* 

Sir Montana, 145. 
Stom, Rey. John, 146, i6a 
Story, Amelia Caroline, 182; Constantia Catherine 

Ann, 182; Vice- Admiral Henry Alexander, 182; 

Philip Laycock, 182. 
Straker, Gwendoline Cecilia EUxabeth, 152 ; Robert 

George, 152. 
Strickland, Dame Anne Elizabeth, 36 ; Shr Charles 

William, Bt, 36; Georgina Selina Septima, 36. 
Stringer, Grace, 48. 
Stnart, Charles, 3; Hon** Dudley Contts, 45; Emify 

Frances, ^5 ; Lord George, 45 ; Lady Jane, 45 ; 

John Win£or, 4c: Sophia Elizabeth, 3. 
Sturt, Diana, 34; Humpnrey, 34. 
Suart, George, 77 ; Harriet. 77 ; Mary, 77. 
Suckling, Anne, 186; Catherine, 186; Rev. Heniy 

Edwud, 5; Captain Maurice, R.N., 186, 189; 

Rev. Maurice, 106. 
Sutherland, George Granville, Duke of, 74. 
Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, Lady Constance Gertrude 

Sutherland, 74; George Granville, Duke of 

Sutherland, 74. 
Sutton, Edmund, 28; Elizabeth Wilhehnina, 18; 

Francis, 18; Joseph, 129; Mary, 129. 
Swainson, Rev. Albert Jobn^ ivx 
Swan, Lieut. -Colonel Francis Laidley, 32; Assistant- 

Commissaiy General Frederick George, 32 ; Isabel 

Bithvnia, 32 ; Deputy-Commissary-G^enl Thomas 

Sanders, 32. 
Sydenham, John, 29; Theodore, 29; Theodosia 

Whichcote, 20. 
Sykes, Elizabeth Beatrice, no; Dame Mary Anne, 

no; SirTatton, Bt, iia 
Sjrmonds, Anna Maria, 95 ; John, 95 ; Mary, 95. 
Symons, George, 154; Harriet, 154. 



Talbot, Rt Rev. Edward Stuart, Bishop of 

Rochester, 119, 136; James, 74; Margaret 

Matilda, 74. 
Talboys, Mary Taylor, 78; Thomas, 78. 
Tanner, Edward, 79; Elizabeth Mary Ann, 79; 

Harriet Emma Mary, 79; John, 79. 
Tattenshall, Rev. Thomas, 26. 
Taylor, Claudia Helen, 138; Helen Wilson, 138; 

William, 138. 
Teesdale, Rev. Canon Frederick Dobree, 148. 
Temple • Nugent • Bry(k;es - Chandos • Grenville, Alice 

Anne, Duchess oT Buckingluun and Chandos, 

14 ; Richard Plantagenet Campbell, Duke of 

Buckingham and Chandos, 14. 
Templer, Francisjames, 5; Katherine Marjr, 5. 
Tenterden, Sir Charles, fiaron, 44, 45 ; Sir Qiarles 

Stuart Aubrey, Baron, 44, 45; Charles Stuart 

Henry, Baron, 46; Elfrida, Ladyt 46; Emma 

Mary, Lady, 45; John Henry, Baron, 44, 4?; 

Mary, Lady, 44; Penelope Mary Gertrude, La^, 

44, 45 ; su also Abbott 
Thellusson, Peter Isaac, Baron Rendlesham, iic. 
Thomas, Rev. David Thomas, 32 ; David WiUiam, 

32; Elizabeth, 32; Rev. William Beach, 29. 
Thompson, Frederidc, 36; Rev. Henry, 86; Rev. 

James, 46; Louisa, 30W 
Thomson, General Alexander, 196 ; Sun«on-Colonel 

Alexander, 196 ; Alice Helen, 196 ; Thomas, 78 ; 

Most Rev. William, Archbishop of York, 37, 74. 
Thorbum, John, 79; Marian Emma, 79. 
Thornton, Louisa, 6 ; William, 6. 
Threadkell, Elizabeth, 116. 



Thynne, Rev. Lord Charki, 5; Emihr Constantiat 
1$\ Lady Harriet Frances, 5; laab^ EUiabeth, 
MardiioneaB of Bath, 5; Ker. Lord Jolm» 75 s 



Thomas, Marquev of Bath, 5. 
*odd-Naylor, Georgiana, 55; William, _C5. 
Tooley, Mary Elizabeth, 66; Thomas i£, 66. 



Toosev, Elizabeth, 17; Rev. Osbert Dentoiiy 17 ; 

PhiUp Denton, 17: Sarah Mary, 17. 
Torr, Rev. William Edward, 88. 
TorringtoD, George, Viscount, 5. 
Tottenham, Rev. John White, 48; Lacy Mathfldai 

4; Rev. Robert Loftus, 4. 
Toulmin, Emma Martha, 97; Joseph, 97. 
Towers, Rev. James, 151. 
Townshend, Lady Elizabeth dementina, 16; John« 

Marquess, 16. 
Trac^, Rev. Harrv Frank, 16a. 
Tra£dgar, Eliza Blanche, Viscountess, 192 ; Herbert 

Horatio, Viscount, 192, 193; Horatio, VwoonaXt 

188. 
Travis, Rev. William Travis, 75, 87. 
Tredwell, Helen Ruth, 61 ; Thomas, 61. 
Treves, Dame Aime EHsabeth, 176 ; Elizabeth, 176 ; 

Enid Margery, 176; Sir Frederick, Bt, 176; 

Hetty Manon, 176; Jane, 176; William^ 1761. 
Trewren, John, 66. 

Truro, Rt Rev. John Gott, Bishop 6^ 194. 
Tuckett, Alfred, 80; Arthur Leonard, 80; Harriet 

Frances, 80; Lucy Elizabeth, 8a 
Tudway, Alice Constance, 191 ; Charles Qemciit, 

191 ; Lady Edith, 191 ; Madeline Constance, 191 ; 

Maria Catherine, 191 ; Robert Charki, 191. 
Tunstall, Alice, 59; John, 59. 
Tupper-Carey, Rev. Albert Dardl, 83. 
Turner, Major-Genend Sir Alfred, iSi Anne, 186; 

Charles, 52 ; Rev. Charles, 138 ; Sir Charles* Bt, 

186; Rev. Edward TIndal, 52; Elfrida, 46; 

Dame Emma Blanche, 46; Hoimoe, 52; JuUa, 51; 

Mary, 52. 
Twigg, Anne, 24 ; John Hanbonr, 170 ; Joseph, 14 ; 

Margaret Anne, 170; PriadUa cUzMxth, 170; 

Sarah, 24; William, 24. 
Twvsden, Rt Rev. Philips Bishop of Rapboe, 1 1 

Frances, i. 
Tydeman, Anna, 116; James, 116; Bfary, 116; 

Scapjr, 116. 
Tyhiey-Long, Sir James, Bt, la. 
Tyndall, Caroline, 57; Thomas, 57. 
Tjrson, Emma Lom^e, 131 ; Emma Matilda, 131 1 

Henry, 131. 



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Ussher, Catherine, 64; Rev. Samuel, 64. 



Vaillant, Albeit, 30, 3a; Alice Fhmces Mary, 32; 
Ann Balchen, 31 ; Archibald Gary, ja ; Beatrice 
Nora, 33; Elisabeth, 29, 3a; Emma Flmnce, 31 ; 
Frances, 30; Frances mckstead, 3a; Frederick 
Nathaniel, 30, 33; Gwlia Isabella, jo; Harry 
Gordon, 12; Isabel, 31; Isabel Bithvnia, 32; 
John Balchen, 33 ; Lionel Albert, 31 ; Llewellyn, 
33; Maria, 33; Manr Beatrice, 33 ; Paul, 29,33; 
PhUip, 31 ; Rev. PhUip, 29, 30; Philip John. 29; 
ReginaW, 31, M ; Reginald Balchen Henry, 30; 
Reginald Philip, 30; Richard Balchen, ^3 ; 
Theodosia, 29; Tlieodosia Whichcote, a9; X^rg^nia 
Beatrice, 3a ; Rev. Wilfrid Bernard, 3a. 

Vandeleur, Colonel Boyle, 159; Mary Diana, 159; 
Ormsby, 159; Sarah Qiristiana, 159; Rev. 
William, 159; Lieut-Colond William Richard, 

159* 
Vanattart, Lieut -Cokmel Eden, 155; Ethel May, 
155; Henry, 155. 



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Vangban, Alice lyAlton, Countess of Lisburne, 13 ; 
Ernest Augustus Malet, Eail of, 13 ; Rev. Walter 
William, 29. 

Veroey, Sir Harry, Bt, 108; Rev. the Hon*^ Walter, 
160. 

Verrall, Clara Minnie, 79; Ernest Tborbom, 79; 
John Clande, 79 ; Marian Emma, 79. 

Vemlam, Tames Walter, Earl of, 19a 

Victoria, Queen of England, 74. 

"NHdler, Albert Edward, 99; Albert t^rederick Lomer, 
100; Albinia, 98; Alexander Bishop, 98; Alex- 
ander John, 99; Alexander Roper, 100; Alice, 96; 
Alice Ada, 96; Alice Freda, 90; Alice Mary, 100; 
Alma Hester, 98; Amelia Gould, 97; Anna Maria, 
95 ; Annie Ada, 98 ; Annie Elizabeth, 97 ; Arnold 
George Alexander, 98 ; Rev. Arthur Coleman, 96, 
97, 99; Barbara Elneth Cressy, 100; Bertram 
Hall, 9^; Caroline Louisa Lacey, 95; Caroline 
Rosalie Jane, 100 ; Catherine Mary, 99 ; Charles, 
9K, 96; Charles Hodgson, 96; Edith, 98; Edith 
^ui°y» 99 f Edith Hamilton, loo ; Edward Alex- 
ander, 9^ ; Eliaa Maude, 99 ; Elizabeth Ann, 95 ; 
Elizabeth Lomer, 100; Elizabeth Mary, 95, 97; 
Ellen Maude, 100; Emilia Ellen, 97; Emilia 
Helen, 97 ; Emily J-> 96 ; Emmeline, 98 ; Ernest 
James, 98 ; Evelyn Maude, 99 ; Fannv, 99 ; Flora 
Constance, 100; Florence Jessie, 90; Florence 
May, 99; Frank William, 99; Hannah, 95; 
Hester, 96; James Coleman, 95, 96; James 
Lomer, 100; John, 95; John Amon, 95; John 
Byrchail, 98 ; John Lionel Symonds, 95 ; John 
Symonds, 95 ; Kathleen Hester, 96 ; Kenneth 
Astley, 96; Leopold Amon, 100 ; Leslie James 
Coleman, 96 ; Margaret Lomer, 100 ; Marian, 95, 
96, 98; Marianne Amelia, 97; Maiy Ann, 95; 
Mildred May, 96 ; Norman Wakefield, 96 ; Oscar 
Collyer, 99; Percy Alexander 98; Rose Albina, 
98 ; Ruth Mary, 97 ; Stuart Mason, 99 ; Sydney 
James, 100; Svdney Rosalie, 100; Thomas 
Collins, 97 ; Wilham Thomas, 96. 

Villiers, Rev. Charles, 146; Florence Mary, 146; 
Fiances, Coantess d Jersey, i ; George Bussey, 
Earl of Jersey, I ; Lady Harriet, i ; Rev. the 
Hon^ Montague Henry, 86 ; Susan Dorothea 
Fitz-Patrick, 146 ; William Noel, 146. 



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Wait, Daniel, 67 ; Hannah Simpson, 67 ; Susannah 

Beale, 67; Thomas, 67. 
Wakefield, Maria, 96; Thomas, 96. 
Waloott, Captain Charles, R.N., 168; Chark>tte 

Mary, 168. 
Walds, Rev. Jose]^ Peter, 159. 
Wales, H.R.H. Prince of, 148; H.R.H. Princess 

of, 149. 
Walker, Edward, 2 ; Nande, 2 ; Rebecca, 

Wafpole, Lord, 189. 

Walter, Arthur Howe, 50 ; Frances Ann, 50 ; Lucy 

Ethel, ^. 
Walton, Charles Heniy, 81 ; Frances, 28 ; Joseph, 

28 ; Dame Louisa Ho^ns, 81 ; Mary, 51 ; 

William, 18; Sir William Henry, 81. 
Ward, Adam, loi ; Anne, loi ; George John 

Rodney, loi ; Richard, loi. 
Wardlw, John Owen, Ji. 
Warre-Comish, Rev. (jerald Warre, 150. 
Warren, Charlotte Thaxter, 60; iSizabeth, 153; 

George, 60. 
Watkins, Rev. F., 81; Frederick William, 81; 

Francis Wilmer, 81 ; George, 120 ; Katharine 

Emily Hoskins, 81 ; Sarah Ann Phillis, 12a 



Watling, John Henry, 93. 
Watney, Norman, 122. 



WataoD, Amv, 145; Ann, 52, 1^4; Aithur, 145; 
Dorothy Henrietta, 144; Eric Sylvia, 146; Rev. 
Tames, 82 ; John, 144 ; John Capron, 145 ; John 
William, 144; Ma^;aret Godman, 144; Margaret 
Henrietta FltzPatnck, 146; Maiy, 87; Dame 
Mazy, X44; Mary Edwina FitzPatrick, 146; 
Munel Gertrude, 146 ; Philip Sherard, 146 ; 
Robert, 49; Samuel, 49; Susan Dorothea Fitz- 
Patrick, 146; Thomas, 52; William, 144; William 
Arthur Capron, 146 ; Colonel William Henry, 144, 
145; Hon^^ Sir William Henry, 144. 

Watson-Armstrong, William Henry Armstrong Fitz- 
Patrick, Baron Armstrong, 145; Hon** William 
John Montagu, 145; Wimfreda Jane, Lady 
Armstrong, 145 ; Hon**"* Winifreda Margaret, 145 ; 
see abo Armstrong. 

Wajrte, Edith Cressida, 162; Edward, 162; Mary 
Ann, 162; William Joseph, 162. 

Weatherhead, Rev. Arthur Swinton, 171 ; Edith 
Mary, 171 ; Trenham Cand^, 171 ; Mary Ann 
Boyce, 171 ; Rev. Trenham lung, 171. 

Webb, Anthony Edward, 196; Edward, 196; Helen, 
196. 

Webner, Eleanor, 176; Lewis, 176. 

Wedgwood, Josiah, 149 ; Margaret Susan, 149. 

Weekes, Amy, 145 ; Gertrude Henrietta Elun, 146 ; 
Mary Amy, 82; Nathaniel, 145, 146; Richard, 
82. 

Weldon, Rev. Lewen Burton, 23. 

Wellesley, Lady Mary Charlotte Anne, 2 ; ^lliam. 
Earl of Mornington, 2. 

Wells, Dorothy Jane, 90; Frederick, 90; Frederick 
Arthur, 90, 91, 93; Jane Thompson, 90; Lydia, 
90; Mabel Parker, 91; William Collii^ 90; 
William Woodcock, 91. 

West, James, 12; John, 65; Hon"* Mortimer 
Sackville, 12; Sarah, 12; Susan, 65. 

Westall, Rev. Henry, 82. 

Western, Edward Young, 108. 

Westminster, Hugh Lupus, Duke of, 74 ; Constance 
Gertrude Sutherland, Duchess of, 74. 

Wethered, Rev. Florence Thomas, 84. 

Wetherell, William Squires, 68. 

Whalley, Rev. George Caimcross, 85; Georgina 
Lucy, 85 ; Rev. Thomas, 8 j. 

Wharton, Oitherine, 195; Juha Hildyard, 4; Robert, 
195; Samuel, 4. 

White, Clara Christine, 2; Captain John, R.N., 2; 
Rev. Henry, 38, 84; Maria, 159. 

Whitehead, Rev. Dedmus Herbert, 126; Rev. 
Thomas, 50. 

Whitmore, Charles Algernon, 125. 

Whybrow, George, 78; Mary Ann Eliza, 78. 

Wickham, William, 34. 

Wigan, Ada Elizabeth, 124; Adair Grey, 135; 
Adeline, 138 ; Albert Edward, 133 ; Alfred, 125 ; 
Rev. Alfred, 122, 127, 128, 131-133, 136; Alfred 
Edmund, 127 ; Alfred Francis Lewis, 130 ; Alfred 
Lewis, 128; Algernon White, 140 ; Alice Mary, 131 ; 
Alice Maud, 127 ; Amelia, 136 ; Amy Elizabeth, 
129; Amy Maiy, 1355 Arthur Lawford, 137; 
Beatrice, 129, 137, 139; Beatrice Edith, 140; 
Bernard, 130; Bertha, 139; Caroline Akers, 
126 ; Caroline Ramsay, 127 ; Catherine Frances 
Mary, 133 ; Cecil Harman, 140 ; Cecil Rookherst, 
140; Cecilia Margaret, 128; Charles, 128, 131; 
Charles Richard, 127; Christopher Frederick 
Henslowe, 133; Clara, 123; Clam Frances 
Elise, 134 ; Clara Jane, 132 ; Claudia Helen, 138 ; 
Constance Helen, 139 ; Rev. Cuthbert John, 132 ; 
Denis Grey, 135; Dorothy Maud, 127; Eclgar 
Clare, 139 ; Edith Emily, 140 ; Edith Mary, 139 ; 
Edith Maude, 131 ; Edmund Ramsay, 129 ; 
Edward, 121-123 ; Edward Alfred, 125 ; Edward 
Lewis, 130, 133 ; Eira Grey, 135 ; Eleanor Jane, 
I2Q; Eliza Dorothy, 126; Eliza Lewis, 126; 
Ehzabeth, 121 ; Elizabeth Adair, 135 ; Elizabeth 
Pratt, 122, 126; Ellen Mary, 136; EmilieThal, 128; 



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Emily, 132, 138; Emily Gertrude, 130; Emma, 122, 
123; Emma Louise, 131; Ernest Edward, 137, 139; 
Ethel Ann, 139; Ethel Harriet, 136; Evelyn 
Harriet, 133; Evelyn Lucie, 140; Florence, 139; 
Frances Harriet Maud, 137 ; Frances Mary, 130 ; 
Rev. Francis William, 128, 135, 136; Frederick, 
122, 124, 128, 129, 135 ; Sir Frederick, Bt., 135 ; 
Frederick William, 135 ; Georgiana, 124, 133 ; 
Gerald, 140; Gertrude Vanderslooyt, 130, 132; 
Grace, 139; Guy Davis Henslowe, 133; Gwendolen 
Akers, 128 ; Gwendolene Claudia, 138 ; Harold, 
140; Harriet, 126, 132; Helen, 122; Helen 
Rosalind, 138 ; Henrietta, 136 ; Henrietta 
Georgiana, 124; Henry, 121-125; Henry Charles 
Lewis, 136; Rev. Herbert, 130, 136, 137, 139, 140; 
Herbert William, 138; Hermine Henriette Kate, 
132 ; Hermine Mary Clara Graham, 132 ; Rev. 
Hugh John George, 130 ; Isabella, 127 ; James, 
'23, 137; James John Gretton, 135 ; James Lewis, 
137; James Ramsay, 129; James William, 138; 
Jane, 121, 123 ; Jane Lewis, 131 ; Jane Maria, 
138; Jeanie, 140; John Alfred, 121 -123, 126, 
129, 132 ; John Alfred Edmund, 126 ; John Winn, 
129; John Tyson, 131 ; Joyce Madeline, 137 ; Julia, 
134; Juliet Mabel Ogal, 138; Katharine Etheldreda, 
133; Katherine, 136; Lsetitia Beatrice, 129; 
Lambert George, 126; Laura, 124, 126; Lewis 
Davis, 122, 124, 127, 129, 132; Lilian, 140; Mabel 
Helen, 139; Madeline, 138; Margaret Blanche, 
132 ; Margaret Harington, 128 ; Maria Bramley 
Heam, 137; Marian, 139; Mary, 129; Mary 
Cecile, 125 ; Mary Cecilia, 127 ; Dame Mary 
Harriet, 135; Mary Mabel, 134; Michael 
Charles, 131 ; Naomi Faith, 129 ; Nathaniel 
Ramsav, 129; Oscar Stephen, 140; Rev. Percy 
Frederick, 133, 134; Roderick Grev, 135; 
Ruth Damaris, 133 ; Sarah, 121, 138 ; Rev. 
Septimus, 126, 127, 130, 132, 134, 137-140; 
Sophia Matilda, 125 ; Rev. Stephen Rookherst, 
138-140; Thomas, 121; Thomas Henslowe, 133; 
Thomas Keble, 128; William Cecil, 133; 
William Lewis, 126, 131 ; Rev. William Lewis, 
122, 127-129, 131-133, 135-137; Yeamans Ramsay 
Douglas, 129. 

Wigzell, Ann, 177. 

Wilberforce, Rt. Rev. Samuel, Bishop of Oxford, 
150; Rt. Rev. Samuel, Bishop of Winchester, 
191. 

Wilkinson, Ann, 99; Eliza, 98; Emmeline, 98; 
Rev. George Howard, 2 ; John, 98, 99. 

Wilks, Ann, 47 ; Richard, 47. 

Willett, Jane, 138; Thomas, 138. 

Williams, Adeline Maria, 149 ; Rev. Arthur Charles 
Vaughan, 149 ; Harriet Georgina, 7 ; Helen 
Elizabeth, 172; Hugh, 12; Sir Hugh, 12; 
Sir John, Bt., 12; Dame Margaret, 12; Maigaret 
Susan, 149 ; Rev. Ralph Vaughan, 149 ; Robert, 
172; Sir Robert, Bt., 7. 

Williams- Hay, Sir John Hay, Bt., 12; Lady Sarah 
Elizabeth Pitt, 12. 

Williamson, Beatrice Anne, 112; Dame Elizabeth, 
112; Frances Maria, 124; Sir Hedworth, 
Bt., 112; Lieut. -Colonel James, 124; Rev. 
Joseph, 50, 81 ; Louisa, 81 ; Rev. Thomas Pym, 
171. 

Willis, Helen, 139 ; Mabel Helen, 139 ; Mary Ann, 
79; Robert Watson, 139; Thomas, 79. 

Willoughby, Elizabeth, 35 ; Rev. the Hon^ James, 
35- 



Wilmot, Anna Maria, 2 ; Rev. Edward Sacheverell, 

2; Emma, 20; Philip Mann, 20. 
Wilson, Johanna, 172 ; Rev. John Edward, 172 ; 

Rev. Canon Stephen Lea, 124; Thomas Richmond, 

195; Very Rev. William, 172. 
Wilson-Patten, Constance Eleanor, 75 ; Emily 

Constantia, 75; Eustace John, 75; John, Baxtm 

Winmarleigh, 75. 
Winchester, Rt. Rev. Samnd Wilberforce, Bishop of, 

191. 
Windsor, Mary, Countess of Plymouth, 12 ; Other 

Archer, Earl of Plvmouth, 12 ; Other Hickman, 

Earl of Plymouth, 12 ; Sarah, Countess of 

Plymouth, 12. 
Wingfield, Anthony Henry, no. 
Winmarleigh, John, Baron, 75. 
Witherden, Frances, 96; Thomas, 96. 
Wodehouse, Adela Harriet Sophia, 5; Edmond 

Robert, 5 ; Sir Philip Edmond, 5 ; Dame 

Katherine Mary, 5. 
Wollen, Maiy Sophia, 173. 
Wood, Ellen, 28 ; George James, 21 ; Hannah 

James, 2X ; Rev. Henry Thellusson, 124 ; Lucy, 

140 ; Reginald Newcome, 28 ; Thomas, 140. 
Woodcock, Joseph, 90; Lydia, 9a 
Woodhouse, Harriet Elisabeth, loi ; Ollyet, loi ; 

Phcebe, 169. 
Woodthorpe, Mary, 186; William, 186. 
Woodwara, }ulia .^jm, 48 ; Robert, 48. 
Woodyatt, Rev. George, 170, 173. 
Woolfe, Rev. J., 26, 27. 
Woollwrieht, Henry, 67 ; Mary, 67. 
Woolward, Frances Herbert, 189; William, 189. 
Worthinefton, Alice Elizabeth, 26; Andrew Jakes, 

26 ; Emily Jane, 26 ; Ernest Andrew, 26 ; Lanra 

Eliza, 26 ; Philip Jukes, 28 ; Rose, 27 ; Saiah, 26 ; 

Walter Moore, 28. 
Wright, Amelia, 80; Heniy, 80. 
Wyndham, George, Baron Leconfield, 74; Rt Hon^^ 

George, 74; Hon**" Madeline Caroline Frances 

Eden, 74 ; Hon^^ Percy Scawen, 74; Sibell Mary, 

Countess Grosvenor, 74. 



Yardley, Jeanie, 140; Lucie, 140; William Richard, 

140. 
Yeatman, Rt. Rev. Huyshe Wolcott, Bishop of 

Southwark, 118. 
Yon^e, Rev. Henry, 188; Sarah, 188; Rev. William 

Johnson, 188. 
York, Edward, 37; Edward Christopher, 375 

Most Rev. Edward Harcourt, Archbishop of, 39 ; 

Isabel Augusta, 37 ; Most Rev. Thomas Musgrave, 

Archbishop of, 37; Violet Helen, 37; Most Rev. 

William Markham, Archbishop of, 34 ; Most Rev. 

William Thomson, Archbi^op of, 37, 74. 
Yorke, Florence Eliza Mary, 77; Nathaniel, 115; 

Sarah, 115. 
Young, Charlotte, 63 ; Rev. Frederick, 150 ; Colonel 

Gonlon, 63 ; Mabel, 63. 



Zetland, Sir Lawrence, Marquess of, 74; Lilian 
Selina Elizabeth, Marchioness of, 74; Thomas, 
Eari of, 74. 



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AIRY. Vol. 7, page 119. — Reginald Airy, 
Assistant Master at the Bede Collegiate 
School, Sunderland, married at the 
parish church, Paignton, co. Devon, 
18 April 1906, Winifrid Edgcumbe, 
only surviving daughter of Colonel 
Henry Edgcumbe Ehot, Indian Army, 
by Julia Mary his wife, daughter of 
George Pizey of Clevedon, co. Somer- 
set, M.D. ; bom at Murree, Punjaub, 
India, 5 November, and baptised at 
Holy Trinity, Murree, a8 November 
1880. 

ALINGTON. Vol. 7, page 29.— Julius 
Alington died at Little Barford, co. 
Bedford, on Thursday, 16 November 
1905, and was buri^ there. Will 
dated 11 February 1897, with codicil 
dated 26 May 1899, proved in the 
Principal Registry 29 January 1906, 
by Catherine Mary Alington, relict, and 
Edward Barber Lindsell of Hitchin, 
CO. Hertford, the Executors. 

Charles Edmund Argentine Alington 
is now a J. P. for co. Huntingdon. 

ALLGOOD. VoL 9, page 88. —Major-' 
General George Allgood, C.B., died at 
Blindburn, co. Northumberland, aged 
78, on Friday, 19 October, and was 
buried at Simonbum, co. Northumber- 
land, 24 October 1906. 

ALLIX. Vol. 8, page 138.— Charles Israel 
Loraine Allix married at St. Winifred's, 
Kingston, co. Derby, on Tuesday, 
23 October 1906, the Hon**^« Hilda, 
3rd daughter of Henry, Baron Helper 
of Belper, co. Derby, P.C, by Lady 
Margaret his wife, 6th daughter of 
Thomas William, 2nd Earl of Leicester, 
K.G. (see Pedigree of Leicester^ 
VoL 8^ page 160) \ bom at 28 Chapel 
Street, Park Lane, London, on 
Sunday, 25 May, and baptised at 
Kingston-on-Soar, co. Nottingham, 25 
July 1879. 



AMPHLETT. VoL i, page 152.— Edward 
Baylie Amphlett of Worcester College, 
Oxford, B.A. and M.A. 1906; served 
with the Imperial Yeomanry in South 
African War 1899 (medal with clasp); 
called to the Bar at the Inner Temple, 
Trinity Term, 1906. 

AMPHLETT, Vol. 3, page 156.— Helen 
Mary Flora, wife of Sir John Frederick 
Bri<4;e, M.V.O., died at Littlington 
Tower, the Cloisters, Westminster 
Abbey, aged s^» ^^ Saturday, 13 
January, and was buried at Glass, co. 
Aberdeen, on Tuesday, 16 January 1906. 

ANSELL. Vol. 9, page 83.— Louisa 
Claudina, wife of Uie Rev. William 
Maxwell Smith of 14 Preston Park 
Avenue, Brighton, co. Sussex, died 
there, aged 77, on Sunday, 8 April, 
and was buried in the Extra Mural 
Cemetery, Brighton, on Thursday, 
12 April 1906. Will dated 26 April 
1904, proved at Lewes 21 May 1906, 
by the Rev. William Maxwell Smith 
and W. Maxwell Smith, Junior. 

ARKWRIGHT. Vol. 7, page 22.— John 
Peter Arkwright, now of Hatton House, 
CO. Warwick, married at Heythrop, co. 
Oxford, on Thursday, 18 October 1906, 
Violet Catherine, 4th daughter of Lieut- 
Colonel Albert Brassey of Heythrop 
Hall, CO. Oxford, of Carlton Park, co. 
Gloucester, and of 29 Berkeley Square, 
London, by the Hon**^ Matilda Marie 
Helena his wife, eldest daughter of 
John Charles Robert, 4th Baron 
Clanmorris of Creg, co. Galway, and of 
Newbrook, co. Mayo ; bom at Heythrop 
on Wednesday, 27 November 1878. 

ARMYTAGE. Vol. i, page 234 {and 
Addenda^ VoL 7, page 1.) — George 
Ayscough and Aimie Armytage have 
further issue a daughter, Barbara Ellen, 
bom at Lenthall, Winchester, co. Hants, 
on Saturday, 24 March, and baptised 
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ASSHETON. VoL i, page 7^ if^nd 
Addenda^ VoL 12^ page iiL) — Sylvia 
Lois, daughter of Richard and Frances 
Annette Ellen Assheton, was baptised 
at St. Andrew's, Grantchester, co. 
Cambridge, 6 May 1905. 

AVEBURY. Vol. 12, page 64.-111 the 
2nd line of ist column, William Lubbock 
should be described as of Lammas, 
CO. Norfolk, not Lamas, co. Kent, and 
in the 3rd line Hobbis should read 
Hautbois. 

Page 65.— The Ron"* Ursula, 4th 
daughter of Lord Avebury, was 
married at St. James', Piccadilly, 
London (by the Rev. Canon John 
Joseph Robinson, Dean and Vicar 
of St. Anne's, Belfast, uncle of the 
bride, assisted by the Rev. Canon 
Joseph McCormick, the Rector, 
and the Rev. Herbert Pelham), on 
Monday, 22 October 1906, to Adrian 
Grant Duff of Eden, co. Banff (3rd son 
of the Rt. Hon"« Sir Mountstuart 
Grant Duff, G.C.S.L, F.R.S., by 
his wife, Anna Julia, C.I.y daughter 
of Edward Webster of North Lodge, 
Ealing, co. Middlesex) ; bom at 
4 Queen's Gate Gardens, London, on 
Wednesday, 29 September 1869 ; 
appointed 2nd Lieutenant ist Battalion 
Royal Highlanders (The Black Watch) 
23 March 1889, Lieutenant 22 October 
1890, Captain 3 August 1898; served 
in operations on North-West Frontier 
of India 1897-98, on Staff, as Com- 
mandant Base Depdt, British Troops, 
Tirah Expeditionary Force 3 September 
1897 to 15 May 1898 (medal with 
clasp); in South African War 1902, 
operations in the Transvaal and Orange 
BLiver Colony February to 31 May 1902 
(Queen's medal with three clasps); Staff 
Captain Army Head Quarters 7 Feb- 
ruary 1905, D.A.Q.M.G. March 1906. 

The Hon"« Irene, youngest daughter 
of Lord Avebury, was married at 
St James', Piccadilly, London (by 
the Ven*»*® Archdeacon Sidney Pelham 
and the Rev. John Pelham, uncles 
of the bridegroom, the Rev. Canon 
Joseph McCormick and the Rev. 
Herbert Pelham, brother of the 
bridegroom), on Tuesday, 5 December 
1905, to Edward Henry Pelham of 
28 Roland Gardens, Kensington, 
London (eldest son of Professor 
Henry Francis Pelham, M.A., F.S.A., 
Hon. LL.D., President of Trinity 



AVEBURY, conHmud. 

College^ Oxford [and giandson of the Rt 
Rev. the Hon^ John Thomas Pelham, 
Bishop of Norwich], by Laura Prisdlla 
his wife, 3rd daughter of Sir Edward 
North Buxton, and Baronet, M.P.); 
bom at Bradmore Road, Oxford, on 
Wednesday, 20 December 1876. 

Page 67. — Maigaret Muriel, youngest 
daughter of Henry James Lubbock, was 
married at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, on Tuesday, 17 July 1906, 
to Ernest Tatham Richmond, son of 
Sir William Blake Richmond of Beavor 
Lodge, Hammersmith, co. Middlesex, 
K.C.B., D.C.L., R.A., F.S.A., by Clara 
Jane his wife, 3rd daughter of William 
Richards of Cardifl^ co. Glamorgan. 

Rupert Egerton Lubbock promoted 
Sub-Lieutenant Royal Navy 15 July 

1905- 
Page 68. — Alexander Nevile Lubbock 
promoted Lieutenant Royal Navy 31 
December 1905. 

Page 69. — Arthur Nevile and Alice 
Ellen Lubbock have issue a daughter, 
Gilian, bom at " Foxbury," Chislehurst, 
CO. Kent, 6 August, and baptised at St. 
Nicholas', Chislehurst, 6 September 1906. 
Page 70. — Cecil and Edith Lubbock 
have further issue a son, Michael 
Lubbock, bom at 17 Cranley Gardens, 
London, on Thursday, 31 May 1906. 

Pages 70 and 71. — Three of the 
children of Alfred Lubbock were 
baptised at Bamet, co. Hertford, as 
follows:— Alfred Basil Lubbock, 6 March 
1877 \ I"^ Alfreda, 13 May 1878 ; 
and Robin Lubbock, 9 May 1879. 

BACK. VoL 6, page 125.— Fanny, 3rd 
daughter of Edward Back, died at 
Norwich, aged 81, 23 March, and was 
buried at Tunstead, co. Norfolk, 
28 March 1901. Will dated 31 October 
1893, proved at Norwich 30 April 1906, 
by Philip Edward Back and Guy 
Harold Bowles, nephews, the Executors. 
Lieut.-Colonel Philip Edward Back, 
who retired from the ist Norfolk 
Volunteer Royal Garrison Artillery in 
1902, retains his commission in the 
Reserve of Officers. 

BAGGT. Page 5, present volume. — Charles 
Elphinstone Fleeming Cunninghame 
Graham, Commander Royal Navy, 
Deputy Chief Inspector of Life Boats, 
nominated M.V.O. (4thK:lass) on the 
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BARING-GOULD. Vol 4, page 24 
(and Addenda^ Vol, /, pc^ t\) — Edward 
Sabine and Marion Baring^ould have 
issue a daughter, Grace AdMe, born 
1 1 June, and baptised at Lew Trenchard, 
CO. Devon, 17 September 1905; and 
a son, Edward Baring-Gould, born 
13 June, and baptised at Lew Trenchard 
7 October 1906. 

Page 26* — Edward Sabine Baring- 
Gould of Box Grove House, Guildford, 
CO. Surrey, died on board s.s. "Norman," 
homeward bound, off Port Elizabeth, 
South Africa, on Sunday, 3 June, and 
was buried in Maitknd Cemetery, 
Cape Town, on Thursday, 8 June 1906. 
Will dated 24 October 1900, with 
codicil dated 6 February 1906, proved 
in the Principal Registry 18 August 
19069 by Francis Baring-Gould and 
Sophia Harriot Baring-Gould, the 
Executors. 

BARLOW. Vol. II, page 67.— Sophia 
Sidney Rebecca, wife of Lyonell Barlow, 
died at Davos Dorf, Switzerland, aged 
37, on Wednesday, lo January, and 
was buried there 13 January 1906. 

BARNARDISTON. Vol. 8, page 43.— 
Thomas Legge Bamardiston was 
promoted Captain Royal Navy 31 
December 1905, and appointed to 
H.M.S. «* Theseus" 10 April 1906. 

BARNSTON. Vol. 7, page 24.— Harry 
Barnston promoted Captain Cheshire 
(Earl of Chester's) Imperial Yeomanry 
in March 1906. 

BARTLETT. Vol. 6, page 28.— The 
Rev. Charies Oldfeld Bartlett was 
collated by the Rt. Rev. Edgar Charles 
Sumner Gibson, Bishop of Gloucester, 
to the Vicarage of Minsterworth, co. 
Gloucester, 16 November 1906. 

Page 29 {and Addenda, VoL 8, 
page it.) — Burton Oakley and Violet 
Evelyn Bartlett have issue a daughter, 
Violet Victoria, bom at Saint Louis, 
Rosario, Argentine Republic, 7 October 

1905- 

The Rev. Richard Grosvenor Bartelot 
was collated by the Rt. Rev. John 
Wordsworth, Bishop of Salisbury, to 
the Vicarage of Fordington St George, 
CO. Dorset, 28 March 1906. 

Page 31.— Edward Cecil Bartlett 
married at Claremont, Cape Town, 
South Africa, 7 November 1903, Maude 
Victorine, daughter of Edward Kelsey of 
The Cottage, Crawley Down, co. Sussex. 



BARTLETT, continued. 

Edith Evelyn, elder daughter of 
Edward Phelips Bartlett was married at 
St John's, Ladbroke Square, London, 
on Saturday, 30 June 1906, to Frederick 
Alexander Crailsheim (4th son of 
Anselm Crailsheim of Glasgow); of 
Trinity College, Oxford, matriculated 
II October 1879, aged 19, B.A. 1883; 
called to the Bar at the Middle Temple 
1885. 

BARTON. Vol. I, page 90.— Sarah, 
widow of John Everard Barton, died at 
Dunley Hall, Stourport, co. Worcester, 
in her 85th year, on Sunday, 15 July, 
and was buried at Astley, co. Worcester, 
18 July 1906. 

BATTYE-TREVOR. Vol. 2, page 
157 {and Addenda^ Vol. 10, page ii.) — 
Margaret Amy, wife of Aubyn 
Bernard Rochfort Trevor-Battye, died 
at Chilbolton, co. Hants, aged 36, on 
Thursday, 23 August, and was buried 
at Chilbolton 28 August 1906. Will 
dated 23 October 1904, proved in the 
Principal Registry 28 September 1906, 
by Norman Child Graham and Arthur 
Smith Graham, the Executors. 

BELLASIS. Vol. 2, page 62.-^Mary 
Theresa, eldest daughter of William 
Dalglish-Bellasis {see Addenda, Vol. 4, 
page i.), was married at the Oratory, 
Brompton, London, 14 July 1905, to 
Hugh Patrick Lumsden of Coiresunan 
Lodge, Lumsden, co. Aberdeen (elder 
son of Hugh Gordon Lumsden of 
Auchindoir and Clova, co. Aberdeen, 
J.P. and D.L., by Maria Magdalena his 
wife, daughter of Carlos Pedro Gordon 
of Wardhouse and Kildrummy, co. 
Aberdeen); bom at 11 Curzon Street, 
London, on Friday, 17 March 1876. 

BESSBOROUGH, Vol. 12, page 113.— 
Frederick Edward Grey Ponsonby, 
C.V.O., was promoted Major 2nd Bat- 
talion Grenadier Guards 8 November 
1904, and nominated C.B. on the 
occasion of the King^s Birthday, 
9 November 1906. 

Page 114.— The Rev. the Earl of 
Bessborough died at his residence, 38 
Eccleston Square, London, aged 84, on 
Saturday, 24 February, and was buried 
in the family vault at Piltown, co. 
Kilkenny, on Friday, 2 March 1906; 
memorial service was held at St. 
Gabriel's, Warwick Square, London, on 
Wednesday, 28 February 1906. Will 
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BESSBOROUGH, conHnued. 

Principal Registry 12 May 1906, by 
Louisa Susan, Countess of Bessborough, 
the sole Executrix. 

Page 116. — Lady Harriet Frederica 
Anne, daughter of John William^ 4th 
Earl of Bessborough, died 16 No- 
vember, and was buried in the 
churchyard at Brympton, co. Somerset, 
on Wednesday, 21 November 1900. 
Will dated 14 March 1895, with codicil 
of same date, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1 68 1, 1900) II December 1900, by 
the Hon**** Gerald Henry Brabazon 
Ponsonby, the sole Executor. 

George Arthur Ponsonby married at 
the Oratory, Brompton, London, on 
Monday, 26 February 1906, Sheila, 3rd 
daughter of Phineas Oldfield. 

BLOOM. Vol. I, page 211.— Herbert 
Melville Bloom married at the United 
Free Church, Auchingramont Road, 
Hamilton, co. Lanark, 11 October 1906, 
Agnes Wilson, daughter of Alexander 
Lindsay of Carfin, co. Lanark, by 
Elizabeth his wife, daughter of 
Alexander Simpson; born at Carfin 

19 July 1886. 

Thomas Henry Bloom died at his 
residence at Castleacre, co. Norfolk, 
17 July, and was buried at Castleacre 

20 July 1906. Will dated 8 December 
1904, proved at Norwich 30 July 1906, 
by Alfred Highe of Castleacre and 
Frances Gardner Highe of the same, 
nephew, the Executors. 

BOND. Vol. 3, page 72 (and Addenda, 
Vol, J?, page 2.)— -Cyril and Hilda Bond 
have further issue a daughter, Hilda 
Elaine, born at the Rectory, High 
Ongar, co. Essex, on Saturday, 28 July, 
and baptised at High Ongar 30 August 
1906. 

BOWRING. Vol. 6, page 2 {and 
Addenda, VoL 12, page viii.) — John 
Frederick Edward and Mary Bowring 
have issue a son, John Adrian Francis 
Bowring, bom at Udimore, Ascot, co. 
Berks, on Sunday, 10 June, and 
baptised at Ascot 12 July 1906. 

Page 5 (and Addenda, Vol, 12, 
page viiu) — Philip Francis and Martha 
(Patty) Hid^ Bowring have issue a son, 
John Lewin Bowring, born at Kent 
House, Torquay, co. Devon, on 
Wednesday, 25 April, and baptised 
at Torquay 16 May 1906. 



BOYD. Addenda, Vol, 10, page Hi,— 
Major Reginald George McQueen 
McLeod, D.S.O., R.A., promoted 
Lieut-Colonel 19 October 1903. 

BRADNEY. Vol. i, page 2 (and 
Addenda^ Vol. 12, page ix,) — George 
Preston and Elizabeth Bradney have 
issue a son, George Bernard 
Frederick Bradney, bom at Nairobi, 
British East Africa, on Sunday, 29 
October 1905, and baptised there. 

BRINE. Vol. 4, page 18.— The Rev. 
James Edward Bouverie and Louisa 
Florence Brine have further issue a 
daughter, Mary Gramina Bouverie, 
born at Hungerford, co. Berks, on 
Thursday, 1 1 February, and baptised at 
Hungerford 8 March 1904. He was 
Curate of Hungerford 1 902-1 904, and 
has been Vicar of Cad more End, co. 
Buckingham, since 1 July 1904. 

Page 21. — Vice- Admiral Lindesay 
Brine died at Roydon, Torquay, co. 
Devon, in his 72nd year, on Friday, 

2 February, buried at Boldre, co. 
Hants, on Thursday, 8 February 1906. 
Memorial service al St. Matthias', 
Torquay, same day. Will dated 17 
February 1902, proved in the Principal 
Registry 20 March 1906, by Emily 
Ethel Brine, the sole Executrix. 

BRITTON. Vol. 2, page 77.— Hannah 
Canter, widow of Henry William 
Britton, died at "Verecroft," Clyde 
Road, Redland, Bristol, co. Gloucester, 
in her 67 th year, on Tuesday, 26 June, 
and was buried in Amo*s Vale 
Cemetery, Bristol, 30 June 1906. Will 
dated i August 1902, with two codicils 
dated respectively 6 March 1897 and 

3 November 1901, proved in the 
Principal Registry 8 August 1906, by 
Philip William Poole Carlyon-Britton 
and George Charles Griffiths, the 
Executors. 

Page 78. — Philip William Poole 
Carlyon-Britton Under-Sheriff for co. 
Middlesex 1 906-1 907. 

Winstanley Carlyon-Britton was 
appointed 2nd Lieutenant ist Volunteer 
Battalion Royal Fusiliers 16 August 

1905- 

Henry Courtenay Carlyon-Britton 
entered as a Royal Naval Cadet 
November 1905, Rugby and ist XI. 
colours 1 90 5- 1 906, Cadet Captain 
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BROMLEY, Vol. s, page 136 {and 
Addenda^ Vol. p, page iiDj — Nathaniel 
Barrett Warner and Minnie Heather 
Bromley have further issue a son, 
Robarts Nathaniel Warner Bromley, 
bom at "Mondisfield," The Ridge- 
wa^, £nfield) co. Middlesex, on 
Fnday, 30 March, and baptised at 
Wickhambrook, co. Suffolk, 15 July 
1906. 

Page 137. — Clara, daughter of Joseph 
Warner Bromley, died at " Rosendale," 
Malvern, co. Worcester, aged 70, on 
Sunday, 4 March, and was buried in 
the cemetery at Malvern on Thursday, 
8 March 1906, first part of funeral 
service at Christ Church, Malvern. 
Will dated 10 August 1904, with codicil 
dated 8 December 1905, proved in the 
Principal Registry 17 July 1906, by 
Nathaniel Barrett Warner Bromley, the 
Executor. 

BROOKE. Vol. I, page 75.— Sir Thomas 
Brooke, Baronet, was elected a Free- 
man of the Borough of Huddersfield 
25 July 1906. 

Page 76. — The Rev. William Ingham 
and Beatrice Harriet Brooke have 
further issue a daughter, Frances 
Barbara, bom at Barford Rectory, co. 
Warwick, on Wednesday, 15 November, 
and baptised at Barford 31 December 

1905. 

Page 77. — The Ven™« Joshua Ingham 
Brooke, Archdeacon of Halifax, died 
at Woolgreaves, near Wakefield, aged 
70, on Tuesday, 19 June, and was 
buried at Thorn hill, co. York, 23 June 
1906. Will dated 14 April 1905, 
proved at Wakefield 21 July 1906, by 
the Rev. William Ingham Brooke, 
and Major Christopher Robert Ingham 
Brooke, sons, the Executors. His wife 
Grace Charlotte, died at Woolgreaves, 
Wakefield, on Tuesday, 21 March, 
and was buried at Thomhill on Friday, 
24 March 1905. 

Page 80. — Dorothy, 2nd daughter of 
John Arthur Brooke, was married at 
Almondbury, West Riding, co. York 
(by the Rev. Canon Charles Edward 
Brooke, of St. John the Divine, 
Kennington, co. Surrey, assisted by 
the Rev. Charles Dixon Hoste, the 
Vicar), on Tuesday, 12 December 
1905, to Walter Henry Patrick 
Law, Captain Army Service Corps 
{see Pedigree of Law, Vol. 7, 
page 62). 



BROOKS. Vol. 12, page loz.— William 
Bishop Brooks married at the Congre- 
gationial Church, High Road, Ilfoid, co. 
Essex, 4 September 1906, Florence 
Ada, 2nd daughter of Thomas Adams 
of Lambridge Road, Seven Kings, co. 
Essex. 

BUCKLER. Vol. 2, page 163.— Charles 
Albcui Buckler, of the Order of Malta, 
died at Wyke House, Isleworth, co. 
Middlesex, aged 80, on Wednesday, 
14 June 1905. Will dated 13 February 
1899, proved (Prin. Reg., 921, 1905) 
II July 1905, by Philip Witham, the 
sole Executor. 

BULL. Vol. 12, page 129, — Henry John 
Howard Bull died at 21 Ravenscourt 
Park, Hammersmith, co. Middlesex, 
aged 43, on New Year's Eve, Sunday, 
31 December 1905, and was buried 
in the cemetery at Hammersmith 
3 January 1906. Will dated 2 June 
1904, proved in the Principal Registry 
16 February 1906, by Bertha Frances 
Bull, relict, and Sir William Bull and 
Edmund Bull, brothers. A carved oak 
reredos was dedicated to his memory 
in St Peter's, Hammersmith, by the 
Rt Rev. Frederick Edward Ridgeway, 
Bishop of Kensington, 7 October 1906. 

Page 130.— William James Bull, M.P., 
was knighted at Buckingham Palace by 
H.M. the King 18 December 1905. 

Sir William James and Lilian Hester 
Bull have further issue a son, George 
Bull, bom at "The Meadows," Uxbridge 
Road, CO. Middlesex, on Tuesday, 19 
June, and baptised at St. Paul's, Ham- 
mersmith (by the Rev. Edward Henry 
Keymer, the Curate), 19 September 
1906 (Sponsors: Sir William James 
Bull and Francis Sitwell Tidcombe, 
godfathers, and Mary Beatrice Bull of 
"Marlborough," Falmouth, co. Cornwall, 
godmother). 

In line 5 of 2nd column for Fulga 
read Fulda. 

Page 132. — Charlotte Annie Howard 
Bull bom at 25 Ely Place, Holbom, 
London, on Saturday, 28 December 
1867 [not 1868], and baptised at 
St Andrew's, Holborn, 7 January 1868 
[not 1869]. 

BURKE. Vol. 3, page 44. — Norah 
Rachel, eldest daughter of Lieut.- 
Colonel Walter St. George Burke, was 
married at the parish church, Bulmer, 
CO. Essex (by the Rev. W. Hopkinson, 



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uncle of the bridegroom, assisted by 
the Rev. Arthur Pidgeon Pannell, the 
Vicar), on Tuesday, 2 October 1906, 
to Francis Joseph Braithwaite (eldest 
son of the Rev. Frands Joseph 
Braithwaite, Rector of Great Walding- 
field, CO. Suffolk) ; bom at the Rectory, 
Great Waldingfield, co. Suffolk, on 
Thursday, 5 December 1872; appointed 
and Lieutenant 2nd Battalion Loyal 
North Lancashire Regiment 21 January 
1893, Lieutenant 23 February 1895, 
Captain i May 1901 ; served in South 
African War 1899-1902, and was 
employed with mounted infantry 
(mentioned in despatches, Queen's 
medal with two clasps and King's medal 
with two clasps). 

Page 44. — Redmond St George 
Burke of the Indian Forest Service, 
married at Gorakhpur, North-West 
Provinces, India, on Saturday, 27 
October 1906, Aileen Marion, youngest 
daughter of John Mervyn Wrench, 
M. Inst. C.E., Chief Engineer Great 
Indian Peninsular Railway, India. 

Harold French Burke of King's 
College, Cambridge, proceeded B.A. 
(3rd-class honours) 1905. 

CARR. Vol. 7, page 122.— Ralph Hamilton 
Carr was appointed Junior Examiner to 
the Board of Education in December 

1905. 

Page 123. — ^Thomas William Carr is 
now of Virden, Manitoba, Canada. 

Page 125 \and Addenda^ Vol, 12, 
page jc«y.)— The Rev. Frank Collett 
Carr, who was Examining Chaplain to 
the Bishop of Bunbury 1905- 1906, has 
resigned the Rectory of Narrogin, West 
Australia, and returned to England. 
He and his wife Sybil Florence have 
issue a daughter, Laura Joan, bom 
at Mereworth, co. Kent, on St. John- 
the-Baptist's Day, 24 June, and baptised 
at East Mailing, co. Kent, 1 1 July 1905. 

Page 127. — Major William Francis 
Howard Stafford was promoted Lieut.- 
Colonel Royal Engineers 14 April 1900, 
and Brevet Colonel 10 February 1904; 
served in South African War 1899- 1900, 
took part in operations in the Orange 
Free State from February to May 1900, 
including engagement at Poplar Grove ; 
afterwards Commanding the Royal 
Engineers Third Infantry Division 
(mentioned in despatches, Queen's medal 
with three clasps. King's medal with 



CARR, continued, 

two clasps); nominated C.B. 26 June 
1902; now Chief Engineer Southern 
Command. 

Hubert William Culling Carr-Gomm 
was elected M.P. for Rotherhithe in 
January 1906, and was appointed 
Parliamentary Private Secretary to the 
Premier, the Rt Hon"* Sir Henry 
Campbell- Bannerman, G.C.B. He 
was married at St. Margaret's, West- 
minster (by the Rev. Canon Walter 
Raleigh Carr, uncle of the bridegroom, 
assisted by the Rev. Herbert Hensley 
Henson and the Rev. Canon Frederick 
Ralph Grenside), on Tuesday, 11 
September 1906, to Kathleen Isabella 
MacNeale, only child of William Rome 
of Liverpool. 

CARTHEW. Vol. 8, page 7.— Ranulphus 
John Carthew is now Lieut.-Colonel and 
Hon. Colonel Commanding Suffolk 
Royal Garrison Artillery. 

CASTLE. VoL 5, page 45 {and Addenda, 
Vol, iiy page iv.) — Edgar and Ellen 
Maud Castle have further issue a 
daughter, Marjorie Anne, bom at 
39 Marlborough Hill, St. John's Wood, 
CO. Middlesex, on Friday, 13 October 

1905, and baptised at All Souls', 
Loudoun Road, St John's Wood, 
28 January 1906. 

Page 46. — Marcellus Pumell Castle 
married 2ndly at Holy Trinity, Geneva, 
Switzerland, on Saturday, 8 September 

1906, Hel^ne Marguerite, daughter of 
Jean Kiibler of Geneva; bom at 
Genoa, Italy, 10 April 1872. 

Stanley Mason Castle was appointed 
Captain ist Battalion Sherwood 
Foresters 19 July 1905. He married 
at St. Patrick's, Hove, co. Sussex, on 
Saturday, 25 August 1906, Emily Maud, 
2nd daughter of Richard Perkins of 
Snaith, co. York, M.D., formerly 
Assistant Surgeon Army Medicsd 
Department. 

CAVE-BROWNE, Vol. 9, page 24.— 
Mary, younger daughter of Edward 
Raban Cave-Browne, C.S.I., was married 
at St. Mark's, Reigate, co, Surrey, 
on Thursday, 20 September 1906, to 
Spencer Domett Secretan, younger son 
of Holford Secretan of Reigate. 

William Cave-Browne was gazetted 
2nd Lieutenant Corps of Royal 
Engineers 17 September 1905. 

Horace Cave-Browne was gazetted 2nd 
Lieutenant Indian Army 5 August 1905. 



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CHADWICK. Vol. s, page 135.— Annie 
Violet, eldest daughter of Alfred 
Chadwick, was married at the parish 
church, Ore, co. Sussex, on Saturday, 
6 October 1906, to Daniel Kenneth 
Capper Birt, eldest son of Daniel Birt 
of 54 Shooter's Hill Road, Bkckheath, 
CO. Kent. 

Alfred William Chadwick of Orange- 
vale, Komgha, Cape Colony, South 
Africa, married at the parish church, 
Komgha, on Wednesday, 21 February 
1906, Mabel Nellie, daughter of Stephen 
Turner of Hatchey, Komgha. 

CHAFY. Vol. 7, page iii. — Gwendolen 
Mary, 2nd daughter of the Rev. William 
Kyle Westwood Chafy, was married 
on Monday, 18 June 1906, to James 
Gibbon, 2nd son of William Forbes 
Gibbon of Birdpur and Alidapur, India. 

Page 112 (and Addenda^ Vol, 11^ 
page V,) — Hugh Edmund and Henrietta 
Sibyl Chafy, have further issue a 
son, Rupert Corbyn Chafy, bom at 
Braynes, Wiveliscombe, co. Somerset, 
on Saturday, 14 April, and baprised 
at Wiveliscombe 12 May 1906. 
CHANCE, Vol. 3, page 64.— Nicolo 
Francesco Dracopoli died at Villa 
Dracopoli, Antibes, France, 12 January 
1906, and was buried at Antibes. 

Page 65. — Archibald Edward Dobbs 
is now of Castle Dobbs, co. Antrim. 

Page 68. — Frederick William Chance, 
J. P. and D.L., Mayor of Carlisle 1905, 
was elected M.P. for Carlisle July 1905, 
and re-elected in January 1906. 

Page 70. — Arent de Peyster Chance 
died at Paris, in his 70th year, on 
Monday, 28 May, and was buried at 
Powyke, co. Worcester, i June 1906. 
Will dated 5 May 1898, proved in the 
Principal Registry 26 June 1906, by 
Maria Chance, relict, Arent Schuyler 
de Peyster Chance, son, Alexander 
Macomb Chance, brother, and Reginald 
Tuffley Harding, the Executors. 

Page 71 {and Addenda^ Vol. $?, 
page iv.) — George Harold de Peyster 
and Maude Chance have further issue 
a son, William Lawrence Chance, bom 
28 September, and baptised at Frant, 
CO. Sussex, 21 December 1905. 

Kenneth Macomb Chance married at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 
on Thursday, 14 December 1905, Muriel 
Clara, elder daughter of George Benson 
Monkhouse of Newcastle-on-Tyne, co. 
Northumberland, by Hilda Mary his 
wife, daughter of Luke Blumer Bushell. 



CLARK. Vol. II, page 80.— The Rev. 
Edward Travers Clark resigned the 
Vicarage of Newnham-on-Sevem, co. 
Gloucester, in February 1906, and has 
been Rector of Washfield, co. Devon, 
since that date. 

CLIPPINGDALE. Vol. 9, page 171.— 
Rachel, widow of Samuel Dodd 
Clippingdale, died at 50 Northfield 
Road, Stamford Hill, in her 88th year, 
on Thursday, 23 August, and was 
buried in the family grave in the City 
of London Cemetery, Little Ilford, co. 
Essex, 28 August 1906. Will dated 
19 September 1899, proved in the 
Princifwd R^stry 13 September 1906, 
by Sarah Elizabeth Clippingdale. 

CLOUGH-TAYLOR. Vol. 6, page 44 
{and Addenda, Vol, 7, page iii.) — 
Edward Harrison and Lady Mary 
Clough-Taylor have further issue a son, 
Walter Stuart Augustus Clough-Taylor, 
bom at Drum Manor, co. Tyrone, on 
Thursday, 12 October, and baptised at 
Kildress, co. Tyrone, 6 December 1905. 

COLBY. Vol. I, page 4. — Louise Mar- 
garet Anne, eldest daughter of the 
Rev. George de Carteret Guille {see Vol, 
z, page jS), and widow of the Rev. 
Frwieric Thomas Colby, D.D., was 
married at St. John's, Tunbridge Wells, 
CO. Kent, on Tuesday, 31 October 1905, 
to George Hart Seeker of Sharpe's Mead, 
Sidmouth, co. Devon, formerly of Ring- 
moor Vean, South Devon (3rd son of 
John Seeker of Windsor, co. Berks, by 
Mary his wife, daughter of John Powell); 
born at Windsor 2 October 1841. 

COLLIER. Vol. I, page 57.— The Rev. 
Carus Vale Collier married at Whitburn, 
CO. Durham, 20 June 1906, Olivia 
Chambers, 3rd daughter of George 
Pollard of Qeadon Grange, co. Durham, 
by Isabella his wife, daughter of John 
Stephenson of Carr House, co. Durham; 
bom at TrafTord Hill, ca Durham, 29 
May 1875, 2"^^ baptised privately, baptism 
register^ at Eaglescliffe, co. Durham. 

COLLINS. Vol. 4, page 113.— Sarah, 
widow of the Rev. John Ferdinando 
Collins, died at Ordsal, Reading, co. 
Berks, in her 97th year, on Monday, 
12 March, and was buried in the 
churchyard at Lockinge, co. Berks, on 
Friday, 16 March 1906. M.I., also a 
Memorial Tablet in the church. Will 
dated 31 October 1900, proved at 
Oxford 23 April 1906, by Charles 
Collins, the sole Executor. 



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COLYER-FERGUSSON. Vol. 4, 
page 128. — Thomas Colyer Colyer- 
Fergusson High Sheriff for co. Kent 
1906-1907. 

CONYERS. Vol. s, page 3.— The Hon"* 
William Reginald Wentworth-Fitzwilliam 
died in London on Saturday, 7 July 
1906. Administration was granted at 
the Principal Registry i August 1906, 
to the Hon^»« William Charles 
Wentworth-Fitzwilliam of Barnsdale, 
Oakham, co. Rutland, brother. 

COODE. Vol. 2, page 19.— Philip Melvill 
Coode of Wentworth, St. Austell, co. 
Cornwall, married at Braddock, co. 
Cornwall, 26 April 1906, Constance 
Mary, elder daughter of the Rev. 
Vernon Harcourt Aldham, Rector of 
Boconnoc with Braddock, and Hon. 
Canon of Truro. 

Winifred Alice (Judy), 3rd daughter 
of Edward Coode, died at Polapit 
Tamar, co. Cornwall, aged 41, on 
Wednesday, 8 August, and was buried 
at Werrington, co. Devon, 10 August 
1906. Will dated 6 December 1904, 
proved in the Principal Registry 
16 November 1906, by Richard Carlyon 
Coode, brother, the sole Executor. 

COOKSON. Vol. 3, page 130 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 10, page v,) — Bryan and 
Annie Cookson have issue a daughter, 
Ruth Constance, bom at 7 Imber Park 
Road, Esher, co. Surrey, on Sunday, 
14 January, and baptised at Thames 
Ditton, CO. Surrey, 23 February 1906. 

COOKSON. Vol. 9, page 145.— Charlotte, 
widow of John Douglas Francis Cookson, 
died at Boston, co. Lincoln, aged 78, 
7 June 1906, and was buried there. 
Will dated 28 December 1895, proved 
in the Principal Registry 4 September 
1906, by Florence Harriett Cookson, 
the sole Executrix. 

COTTON, Vol. ID, page 70. — Frederick 
Arthur Stapleton Cotton was appointed 
to Staff of Melanesian Mission 14 June 

1905- 
COWPER-ESSEX. Vol. 6, page 11.— 
Major Thomas Cowper-Essex (who took 
the additional name of Essex after the 
death of his father 6 October 1901, and is 
now of Green End Cottage, Hawkshead, 
CO. Lancaster, and of Grove House, 
Seymour Place, South Kensington, 
London) was gazetted Lieut-Colonel to 
command the 3rd Battalion Loyal 
North Lancashire Regiment, "London 
Gazette," in September 1906. 



CRAIG. Vol. s, page 35. — Algernon 
Tudor Craig, Major 4th Battalion 
Royal Irish Rifles, Hon. Captain in the 
Army, resigned his Commission 20 April 
1906. 

CRAWFURD. Vol. 2, page 9 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 4, page «V.)— The Rev. 
Gibbs Payne and the Hon"* Edith 
Ellen Louisa Crawfurd have further 
issue a daughter, Mary Angela, bom at 
the Vicarage, Bicester, co. Oxford, i May, 
and baptised at Bicester 3 June 1906. 

CRIPPS. Vol. 2, page 120 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 10, page V.) — Egerton T5anewell 
and Hilda Katharine Gambier Cripps 
have further issue a daughter, Margaret 
Dorothea, bom at Stratton, co. 
Gloucester, on Saturday, 6 January, 
and baptised at the parish church, 
Cirencester, co. Gloucester, 4 February 
1906. 

Page 1 20. — Gwendolen Elizabeth, 
elder daughter of Edmund William 
Cripps, was married at Ampney Crucis, 
CO. Gloucester, on Thursday, 4 October 
1906, to Berkeley John Byng Stephens 
(2nd son of Frederick Stephens of 
Bentworth Lodge, co. Hants, Captain 
2nd Life Guards, J. P. for the counties 
of Hants and Huntingdon, by Cecilia 
Mary his wife, daughter of Captain 
Henry Byng of Quendon Hall, co. 
Essex, R.N.); bom at AbbotS'Ripton, co. 
Huntingdon, on Saturday, 22 July 187 1. 

CRIPPS. Vol. 4, page 75 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 6, page iv.) — Sydney Bush and 
Frances Maude Cripps have further 
issue a daughter, Sylvia Maude, bom at 
163 Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, 
London, on Sunday, 7 January, and 
baptised at St. Luke's, Westbourne 
Park, London, 8 March 1906. 

Page 76. — The will of Percy Rowland 
Cripps, who died 23 September 1905, 
was dated 28 July 1891, and proved in 
the Principal Registry 25 October 1905, 
by Henry Kater Cripps. 

CURE. Vol. 2, page 22 {and Addenda, 
Vol. II, page vii.) — George Edward 
and lone Catherine Victoria Capel 
Cure, now of Blake Hall, co. Essex, 
have issue a daughter, Elizabeth Sarah 
lone, born at 41 Beaufort Gardens, 
Kensington, London, 8 March, and 
baptised at Ettington, co. Warwick, 
2 May 1906. 

Page 24. — Alfred Capel Cure retired as 
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DANVERS. Vol. 8, page 63.— Eleanora 
Sophia, widow of John Harris Danvers, 
died at Priest Hill, Caversham, co. 
Oxford, aged 72, on Saturday, 28 April, 
and was buried in the old cemetery 
at Croydon, co. Surrey, on Thursday, 
3 May 1906. Administration was 
granted at the Principal Registry 2 June 
1906, to John Henry Danvers, her son. 
Frederick Charles Danvers, died at 
Broad Oaks, Addlestone, co. Surrey 
(the residence of his sister), aged 73, 
on Thursday, 17 May, and was buried 
at Benhilton, co. Surrey, on Monday, 
21 May 1906. Administration was 
granted at the Principal Registry in 
August 1906, to Louisa Danvers. 

DARBY. Vol. 4, page 49.— Alfred 
Edmund William Darby High Sheriff 
for CO. Salop 1906-1907. 

D'ARCY. Vol. 9, page 176.— William 
Francis D'Arcy married at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, London, on Wednesday, 
23 May 1906, Violet Nina, daughter of 
Francis Charles Baring of Norman 
Court, Salisbury, co. Wilts, J. P. for 
that county. 

DARWIN. Vol. 4, page 118.-- Bernard 
Richard Meirion Darwin married at St 
Luke's, Chelsea, on Tuesday, 31 July 
1906, Elinor Mary, elder daughter of 
William Thomas Monsell. 

DE MAULEY, Vol. n, page 136.— The 
Hon^*« Edwin Charles William Ponsonby 
married 2ndly at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, on Saturday, 17 Feb- 
ruary 1906, Hilda, daughter of Robert 
Smith of Goldings, co. Hertford. 

DICKEN. Vol. 7, page 140. — Captain 
Charles Gauntlett Dicken, R.N., was 
promoted Rear- Admiral 5 July 1905. 

DIDHAM. Vol. 6, page 148 (and Addenda, 
VoL 8y page vi$\) — Chambers and 
Constance Violet Didham have further 
issue a daughter, Elizabeth Mary 
Brailsford, bom at "The Hurst," 
Tibshelf, co. Derby, 16 May, and 
baptised at Tibshelf i July 1906. 

DODDERIDGE. Vol. 8, page 55.— The 
Rev. Sidney Edwin Dodderidge, Rector 
of St Anne's, Thombury, co. Hereford, 
was initiated and appointed Warden of 
the Guild of St Anne, Thombury, 
in the parish church of St Anne's, 
Thombury, on St. Anne's Day, 26 July 
1906, by the Rt Rev. Bishop Herbert 
Mather, Coadjutor to the Rt. Rev. John 
Percival, Bishop of Hereford. 



DODDERIDGE, continued. 

Pajge 56. — Albert Victor Dodderidge 
married at Holy Trinity, Dorchester, 
CO. Dorset, 20 August 1906, Florence 
Annie Sarah, eldest daughter of Albert 
Neal of Chetnole, co. Dorset, and of 
Ayling House, Dorchester, by Mary 
Annie his wife, only daughter of John 
Guppy of Crokeway, Maiden Newton, 
CO. Dorset; bora at Grimstone, co. 
Dorset, 13 Febmary, and baptised at 
Frampton, co. Dorset, 10 March 1882. 

DONNE. Vol. 5, page 1 11.— The Rev. 
Robert Frederick Smith, Minor Canon 
of Southwell Cathedral, died, in his 
73rd year, on Monday, 23 October, and 
was buried at Southwell Minster on 
Thursday, 26 October 1905. 

The Rev. Charles Edward Donne 
was collated to the Rectory of Keele, 
CO. Stafford, in October 1905, by Ralph 
Sneyd. 

William Bodham Donne of East 
London, Cape Colony, South Africa, 
married at the Church of the Immacu- 
late Conception, East London, i June 
1903, Edith, daughter of Edward 
VVellbeloved. They have issue a son, 
Charles Edward Cowper Donne, bora 
28 March 1904, and a daughter, Violet 
Kemble, bora 8 October 1906. 

DRAYNER. Vol. 6, page 50.— William 
Drayner married at St Giles', 
Camberwell, co. Surrey, on Saturday, 
18 August 1906, Eleanor Emma, 
daughter of Thomas Henry Maynard 
of Highbury Park, London, by Eleanor 
his wife, daughter of John Taylor. 

DUGDALE. VoL 2, page 105.— Frank 
Dugdale was gazetted M. V.O. (4th-class) 
15 May 1906, to date from 11 March 
1906. 

Page 106, — Eva Margaret, only 
surviving daughter of John Marshall 
Dugdale of Llwyn, Llanfyllin, co. Mont- 
gomery, was married at St Myllin's, 
Llanfyllin (by the Rev. Henry Philip 
Montolieu Margesson and the Rev. 
Sydney Dugdale, brothers-in-law of the 
bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. Lewis 
William Davies, the Rector), on 
Tuesday, 4 September 1906, to 
Arthur Glyn Price, 4th son of the 
Rev. Richard Edwardes Price, Vicar 
of Morton, co. Salop^ by Mary 
Jane his wife, daughter of die Rev. 
Thomas Lewis, Rector of Manafon, co. 
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Page toy. — The Rev. Sydney Dugdale 
married andly at St James*, Paddington, 
London, on Thursday, 4 May 1905, 
Phyllis, yomigest daughter of the Rev. 
Richard Edwardes Price. They have 
issue a daughter, Dorothy Mary, bom at 
the Vicarage, Lower Beeding, co. Sussex, 
on Saturday, 30 June, and baptised at 
Lower Beeding 29 July 1906. 

EARLE. Vol. 10, page 112. — Ronald 
Hamilton and Louise Mary Earle have 
issue a son, Arthur Hubert Greville 
Earle, bom at 105 Sloane Street, 
Chelsea, London, on Wednesday, 
20 June, and baptised at Holy Trinity, 
Sloane Street, London, 5 July 1906. 

EASTWOOD. Vol. 5, page 158.- 
Frederick Norman Eastwood married at 
St Bartholomew's, Sydenham, co. Kent, 
on Tuesday, 19 June 190$, Edith 
Mary, younger daughter of Charles 
Beaumont Waller of Sydenham, M.B., 
by Harriet his wife, daughter of Henry 
Currey, by Emily his wife, daughter of 
Sir Charles Price, Baronet 

EDWARDS. Vol. i, page 258.— Henry 
John Edwards, M.A., Fellow, Dean 
and Assistant Tutor of Peterhouse, 
Cambridge, Lieut -Colonel Commanding 
the Cambridge University Rifle Volun- 
teers, married at St. Mary's, Uggeshall, 
CO. Suflfolk, on Saturday, 30 December 
1905, Margaret Ethel, eldest daughter 
of the Rev. Arthur Ashton, Rector of 
Uggeshall and Diocesan Inspector of 
Schools. 

Page 258 {and Addenda^ Vol 7, 
page iv.) — Edward Charles and Ellen 
Ed^come Edwards have further issue 
a daughter, Margaret Emily, bom at 
Penzance, ca Cornwall, 22 August, 
and baptised at St. Mary's, Penzance, 
15 September 1906. 

Page 262. — Sir William Laird Clowes, 
who was knighted 24 October 1902, 
died at St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, 
aged 49, on Monday, 14 August 1905. 

ESHELBY. Vol i, page 226.— Alice 
Mary, eldest daughter of Henry Lowcay 
Eshelby, died suddenly at her residence, 
Estcourt, Roby, ca Lancaster, on 
Saturday, 7 July, and was buried in 
Flaybrick Hill Cemetery, Birkenhead, 
CO. Chester, 10 July 1906. 

EVANS. Vol. 4, page 92. — John James 
Evans was appointed one of the Govern- 
ment Nominee Members Mersey Docks 
and Harbour Board in August 1906. 



EVANS, amitnued. 

Page 92. — Bickerton Edward Everett 
Evans died at the residence of his 
brother-in-law, the Rev. John Moore 
Fergusson, Southend-on-Sea, co. Essex, 
aged 36, on Wednesday, 15 November, 
and was buried in the cemetery at 
Bebington, co. Chester, on Saturday, 
18 November 1905. Administration 
was granted at Chester 29 November 

1905, to John James Evans, father. 
Page 93. — Edward Evans of Spitai 

Old Hall, Brom borough, co. Chester, 
was knighted at Buckingham Palace by 
H.M. the King 24 July 1906. 

Page 94. — William Sandford Evans 
was gazetted 2nd Lieutenant the Welsh 
Regiment in October 1906. 

FANE. Vol. 12, pages 82 to 85.— The 
children of John Augustus and Eleanor 
Fane were baptised at Littlemore, co. 
Oxford (by the Rev. George William 
HuntingfordX as follows: John Henry 
Scrope Fane, 28 July 1861 ; Isabel, 
8 May 1864 ; Augustus Walter Fane, 
3 June 1866; and Sydney Algernon 
Fane, 8 December 1867. 

Page 84. — Francis Luther Fane of 
Oak Lodge, Ide Hill, Sevenoaks, co. 
Kent, married at St Michael's, Bedford 
Park, CO. Middlesex, on Tuesday, 

6 February 1906, Mary, youngest 
daughter of John Henry Harris of 
Ballarat, Victoria, by Amelia his wife, 
daughter of Peter William Plomer; 
bom 29 January 1877. 

FLAVEL. Vol I, page 207.— Gilbert 
Henry Flavel, Midshipman R.N.R., was 
promoted Sub-Lieutenant 31 March 

1906, and appointed to H.M.S. "Diana " 
for training, Mediterranean Fleet. 

FLETCHER. Vol. 3, page 78.— Thomas 
Russell Fletcher of Aldridge, co. 
Stafford, married istly at the Registry 
Office, Aston, co. Warwick, 29 January 
1906, and afterwards at All Souls', 
Langham Place, London, 28 April 
1906, Minnie, daughter of Thomas 
Hayler of Croydon, co. Surrey. 

Page 79. — Irene Kathleen, daughter 
of Walter John Fletcher, was married 
at Wimbome Minster, co. Dorset (by 
the Rev. James Michael John Fletcher, 
the Vicar, assisted by 'the Rev. Canon 
Percival Hart Dyke), on Thursday, 

7 June 1906, to D'Orville Brook 
Dawson (youngest surviving son of 
William Hill Dawson of 50 Kensington 
Court and of Lincoln's Inn, London); 



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FLETCHER, continued. 

bom 12 August 1873; entered the 
Army from Militia, as 2nd Lieutenant 
The Prince of Wales* Volunteers (South 
Lancashire Regiment) 2 June 1894, 
Lieutenant 11 June 1897, Captain 
13 December 1901. 

Page 80. — The Rev. James Michael 
John Fletcher was instituted to the 
Vicarage of Wimbome Minster, co. 
Dorset, by the Rt Rev. John Words- 
worth, Bishop of Salisbury, in Lambeth 
Palace Chapel, 21 February 1906, on 
the nomination of the Church Governors 
of Wimborne Minster, and was inducted 
the same day by the Ven^*« Charles 
Leslie Dundas, Archdeacon of Dorset. 

FOLJAMBE. Vol. i, page 45.— Francis 
John Savile and Lady Gertrude Emily 
Foljambe celebrated their golden 
wedding on Tuesday, 20 February 
1906. 

Page 47. — Arthur William de Brito 
Savile, who bears the courtesy title of 
Viscount Hawkesbury, was appointed 
State Steward and Chamberlain of the 
Vice-Regal Household to His Excellency 
the Earl of Aberdeen, Lord Lieutenant 
of Ireland, 13 February 1906. 

Page 48. — Cecil George Savile 
Foljambe, Baron Hawkesbury {see 
Addenda^ Vol, 2, page UL) was created 
Viscount Hawkesbury of Kirkham in 
the county of* York and of Mansfield 
in the county of Nottingham, and Earl 
of Liverpool 22 December 1905, and 
took his seat in the House of Lords on 
Tuesday, 13 February 1906, as Earl of 
Liverpool, supported by the Earl of 
Crewe, Lord President of the Council 
(for the Earl of Chesterfield) and Earl 
Carrington, President of the Board of 
Agriculture. He was appointed Lord 
Steward of H.M. Household 19 De- 
cember 1905, and sworn a Member 
of the Privy Council on Monday, 
8 January 1906. By Royal Warrant 
dated 25 August 1906, he has been 
granted the following honourable 
augmentation to his arms in com- 
memoration of the tenure of the Office 
of Lord Steward of the Household by 
his grandfather, Charles Cecil Cope, 
Earl of Liverpool, and by himself: On 
an escutcheon vert a key surmounted 
by a baton in saltire or; and also the 
following additional crest of honourable 
augmentation : On a chapeau gules 
turned up ermine a lion rampant of 



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the first charged on the shoulder with 
a bezant thereon ah eagle displayed 
sable and resting the dexter hind paw 
on a plate charged with a bend azure 
thereon three garbs or and surmounted 
by an escutcheon argent charged with 
an eagle displayed sdso sable changed 
on the breast with a fleur-de-lis also or 
the lion crowned gold and supporting 
with the fore paws a man-of-war's church 
pendant proper. 




FREEMAN. Vol. 1 1, page 50.— Kenneth 
John Freeman of Ospringe, Winchester, 
died at Winchester, aged 24, on 
Sunday, 15 July, and was buried in 
St. Faith's Cemetery, Winchester, on 
Thursday, 19 July 1906. 

Percy Broke Freeman matriculated 
at Trinity College, Cambridge, 22 
October 1906. 

FRY. Vol. 10, page 14.-— Edward 
Mackey, M.D., died in London 28 
July, and was buried in the Catholic 
Cemetery, Nechells, Birmingham, 30 
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GARRETT. Vol 5, page 142.— Colonel 
Edmund Garrett, V.D., was nominated 
C.B. on Thursday, 28 June 1906 
(Birthday Honour). 

GATTY, Vol. 2, page 154.— Sir Alfred 
Scott Scott-Gatty was nominated C.V.O. 
on the occasion of the visit of King 
Haakon of Norway in November 1906. 
Page 154 (and Addenda^ Vol, 12^ 
page xxvii.) — Sir Stephen Herbert and 
Katharine Catty have issue a daughter, 
Hester, bom at 45 Onslow Gardens, 
London, on Friday, 16 March, and 
baptised at St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, 
London, 17 April 1906. 

GERARD. Vol 9, page 108.— Frederic 
John, Baron Gerard, married at the 
Oratory, Brompton, London, on Mon- 
day, 17 September 1906, May, daughter 
of Sir Martin Le Marchant Hadsley 
Gosselin of Blakesware, co. Hertford, 
K.CM.G., C.B., by the Hon^* 
Katherine Frances his wife, younger 
daughter of Sir Robert Tolver, ist 
Baron Gerard of Bryn, co. Lancaster, 
and 13th Baronet {see page no). 

Page III. — Catherine, wife of 
Frederic Gerard, died on Saturday, 
5 May, and was buried at Coughton, 
CO. Warwick, 10 May 1906. 

GETTING, Vol. 12, page 37.— James 
Charles Getting married at the parish 
church, Hampstead, co. Middlesex, on 
Shrove Tuesday, 27 February 1906, 
Florence, 2nd daughter of John Peter 
White of Belgrano, Buenos Ayres, 
Argentine Republic, by Lucy Ann his 
wife, daughter of Frederick William 
Plowes of Belgrano; born at Quinta 
Plowes, Belgrano, 4 February 1881, and 
baptised at St John's, Buenos Ayres. 

GIBBONS. Vol. 9, page 46.— Rosamond 
Margaret Joan, 2nd daughter of John 
Skipworth Gibbons, wa^ married at 
Boddington, co. Gloucester (by the Rev. 
Thomas George Gibbons, assisted by 
the Rev. Canon Henry Sewell and the 
Rev. George Allen Fisher Pearson), on 
Thursday, 14 December 1905, to Henry 
Peel de Winton of Abbot's Lodge, near 
Gloucester (youngest son of Thomas 
de Winton of Wallsworth Hall, co. 
Gloucester, J. P. for co. Gloucester, 
High Sheriff for co. Brecon 1863, 
formerly Captain Royal Artillery, by 
Barbara his wife, daughter of William 
Henry Peel of Aylesmore, co. 
Gloucester); bom 15 September 1863. 



GILBEY. VoL3,pagei47(M^^'^:^^»^, 
VoL II, fage x.)— Gilbert and Edith 
Mary Gilbey have fiuthur issue a 
daughter, Clare Edith, bom at "Chalk- 
lands," Bourne End, co. Buckingham, 
on Friday, 10 November, and baptised 
at St. Paul's, Woobum, co. Buckingham, 
on Tuesday, 26 December 1905. 

GLAZEBROOIC Vol 3, page 60 {and 
Addenda, Vol, 6, page w.) — William 
Rimington and Dora Glazebrook have 
further issue a son, Philip Nicholas 
Glazebrook, bom at 17 Kingsmead Road 
South, Oxton, CO. Chester, 26 March, and 
baptised at the parish church, West 
Derby, co. Lancaster, 6 May 1906. 

Page 60 (and Addenda, Vol, 12, 
page xxix,) — Hamilton and Margaret 
Glazebrook have issue a son, Frederick 
Hilton Glazebrook, bom at 32 Village 
Road, Oxton, 20 June, and baptised at 
the parish church. West Derby, 30 July 
1906. 

GODDARD. Vol 6, page 65.— Edward 
Delavan Goddard of The Cottage, 
Little Aston, Stafford, died at South 
Cliff Tower, Bournemouth, co. Hants, 
aged 77, on Monday, 11 December, 
and was buried in the family vault 
at Old Edgbaston, co. Warwick, 
on Thursday, 14 December 1905. 
Administration (with will dated 24 
September 1897) was granted at 
Birmingham 19 January 1906, to 
Fanny Delavan Goddard, spinster, sister. 
Page 66. — Evelyn Maud, wife of 
Francis Ambrose D'Oyly Goddard, died 
at Portland House, Fitzroy Square, 
London, on Friday, 9 February, and 
was buried at Hendon Park 13 Feb- 
ruary 1906. Will dated 11 December 

1905, proved at Jersey 27 October 

1906, by Francis Ambrose D*Oyly 
Goddard and George William Henry 
Le Feuvre, the Executors. 

Page 66 (and Addenda, VoL 10, 
page viii,) — Francis Warren Morrison 
and Elizabeth Gertmde Goddard have 
further issue a daughter, Lois Maxine, 
bom at Salida, Colorado, U.S.A., on 
Sunday, 14 May 1905. 

GODDARD. Vol. 11, page 22.— FitzRoy 
Pleydell Goddard High Sheriff for co. 
Wilts 1 906- 1 907. 

GREEN. Vol. 4, page 45.— Catherine 
Elizabeth, wife of the Rev. John Henry 
Green, died at the Rectory, Mowsley, co. 
Leicester, aged 59, on Sunday, 15 Oc- 
tober, and was buried in the churchyard 
at Mowsley 18 October 1905. M.I. 



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GREEN) continued. 

Page47. — Dom EverardGrevis Joseph 
Green (in religion Dom Edward) solemnly 
professed of the Order of St. Benedict 
at Downside Abbey, co. Somerset, on 
Sunday, i June 1902^ ordained Priest on 
Sunday, 15 October 1905, by the Rt. 
Rev. Dr. Burton, Bishop of Clifton, in 
Downside Abbey Church, where the day 
following he sang his first mass. 

GREY. Vol. II, page 170. — Frances 
Dorothy, Lady Grey, died at Ellingham, 
CO. Northumberland, on Sunday, 4 Feb- 
ruary 1906, the result of an accident 
on the previous Thursday, and was 
cremated at Darlington, co. Durham, 
on Wednesday, 7 February, the ashes 
being subsequently interred at Falloden, 
CO. Northumberland. Memorial Service 
at St. Margaret's, Westminster, the same 
day. Will dated 10 March 1898, proved 
in the Principal Registry 28 February 
1906, by Sir Edward Grey, husband, 
the sole Executor. 

Page 1 71. — Constance Mary, youngest 
daughter of Lieut.-Colonel George Henry 
Grey, was married at Lucker, co. North- 
umberland, 18 January 1905, to Edward 
Cotton Curtis of Roche Court, Sahsbury 
(son of William Cotton Curtis of 
Potterells, Hatfield, co. Hertford, by 
Louisa his wife, daughter of T. 
Thomewill) ; born at Barnes, co. Surrey, 
4 May 1863. 

GUILLE. Vol. I, page 38. — I^uisa 
Margaret Anne, daughter of George de 
Carteret Guille and widow of the Rev. 
Frederic Thomas Colby, D.D. (see 
Vol, /, page 4), was married at St. 
John's, Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent, on 
Tuesday, 31 October 1905, to George 
Hart Seeker (see page vii.) 

Page 39. — Rosa Caroline, widow of 
William Cory, died in Paris 27 
January, and was buried in St. Ouen's 
Cemetery 29 January 1906. Will dated 
26 August 1892, proved in the Principal 
Registry 12 April 1906, by Howard 
Overing Sturgis, one of the Executors. 

Page 40 (and Addenda, VoL j, 
page it\) — The Rev. Hubert George 
de Carteret and Catherine Lucretia 
Stevens-Guille have further issue a son, 
Hubert de Carteret Stevens-Guille, born 
1 1 February, and baptised at Monkleigh, 
CO. Devon, 20 March 1906. 

HALES. Vol. I, page 289.— The Rev. 
Richard Cox Hales died at his 
residence, 27 Cambridge Road, Hove, 
CO. Sussex, on Wednesday, 25 April, 



HALES, continued. 

and was buried in the old parish 
churchyard of Hove 28 April 1906. 
' Will dated 30 April 1883, with two 
codicils dated respectively 10 December 
1889 and 3 March 1905, proved at 
Lewes 8 August 1906, by Ada Young 
Hales, relict, Charles Alfred WooUey 
and James Elton Hales, the Executors. 

HARDWICKE. Vol. 4, page 135 {and 
Addenda, VoL 11, page xi.) — William 
Perton Allen and Elsie Kate Hardwicke 
have further issue a son, Francis 
Chudleigh Perton Hardwicke, born at 
Tooting, CO. Surrey, 1 1 December 1905 ; 
died at Tooting 17 January, and was 
buried at St. Nicholas', Tooting, 20 
January 1906. 

HARINGTON. Vol. 10, page 123.— 
Emily Octavia, widow of Lieut-Colonel 
Thomas Lowth Harington, died at 
Bath, CO. Somerset, in her 87th year, 
on Monday, 20 August, and was buried 
in Locksbrook Cemetery, Bath, 23 
August 1906. Will dated 27 February 
1906, proved in the Principal Registry 
26 September 1906, by Herbert 
Septimus Harington, son, the Executor. 

HART- DAVIS. Vol. 9, page 32.- 
Edward Walter Joynson died at Corfu, 
on Tuesday, 29 November, and was 
buried in the British Cemetery at Corfu 
on Thursday, i December 1904. Will 
dated 3 March 1897, with codicil dated 
26 September 1904, proved at Chester 
3 March 1905, by Richard Hampton 
Joynson and Henry Edwin Gaddum, 
the Executors. 

Mary Dorothea Elizabeth Hart, 
widow of the above, died at Colwyn 
Bay, CO. Denbigh, in her 50th year, 
on Saturday, 30 September, and was 
buried in the churchyard at Bowdon, 
CO. Chester, on Tuesday, 3 October 
1905. Will dated 30 December 1885, 
with two codicils dated respectively 
8 May 1895 and 31 March 1897, proved 
at Chester 18 November 1905, by Walter 
Edward Barratt, the surviving Executor. 

HASLEWOOD. Vol. 7, page 134.— 
Charles George Dering Haslewood, 
Captain ist Gold Coast Regiment, was 
appointed Travelling Commissioner, 
Ashanti, West Africa, 1905, and 
returned to England invalided in July 
of that year; he died at Telford 
Terrace, Heme Bay, co. Kent, aged 
36, on Tuesday, 24 July, and was 
buried with military honours at Chislet, 
CO. Kent, on Thursday, 26 July 1906. 



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HAWORTH-BOOTH. Vol 8, page 
130. — Cordelia, widow of Colonel 
Benjamin Blaydes Haworth-Booth, died 
at Derwent Bank, MaltoD, co. York, in 
her 7i8t year, on Monday, 13 November, 
and was buried at Malton 16 November 
1905. Will dated 24 January 1905, 
proved in the Principal Registry 
8 January 1906, by Benjamin Booth 
Haworth-Booth, son, the sole Executor. 
^ Page 132. — Digby Clifton and Maude 
Haworth-Booth have further issue a 
daughter, Sylvia Marvel, bom at 32 
Beauchamp Place, Kensington, London, 
on Tuesday, 13 November 1906. 

HEBERDEN. Vol. 9, page 58.— The 
Rev. Henry Buller Heberden died at 
Oddington Rectory, co. Gloucester, 
aged 66, on Saturdlay, 30 June, and 
was buried at Oddington 4 July 1906. 
Will dated 22 March 1900, with codicil 
dated 7 October 1902, proved in the 
Principal Registry 21 July 1906, by 
the Rev. Edward Buller Heberden, son, 
and Evelyn Mary Heberden, daughter, 
the Executors. 

HERBERT. Vol. 3, page 123.— Lieut.- 
Colond Edmund Arthur Herbert was 
appointed Commandant 6th Inniskilling 
Dragoons in 1904, and nominated 
M.V.O. (4th-class) 5 May 1904. 

Arthur James Herbert was appointed 
first British Minister at Christiana, 
Norway, in November 1905. 

HEXT. Vol. X, page 203. — Henry 
Yeatman Hext was married at St. Mary's, 
Callington, co. Cornwall (by the Rev. 
Thomas Cromwell Bush, brother-in-law 
of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Canon 
Thomas Hullah and the Rev. John 
Middleton Milner), on Thursday, 19 
April 1906, to Elizabeth Loveday, 
daughter of David William Hicks John 
Homdon of Pencrebar, Callington, J. P. 
and D.L., by Susan Read his wife, only 
daughter of Admiral William Hext of 
Tredethy, near Bodmin, co. Cornwall. 

HOBLYN. Vol. I, page 183.— Richard 
Armstrong Hoblyn, F.S.A., died at 30 
Abbey Road, St John's Wood, co. 
Middlesex, aged 60, on Saturday, 28 April, 
and was cremated at Golders Green 
Cemetery, ca Middles^c, on Thursday, 
3 May 1906, after a service at St. Mark's, 
Hamilton Terrace, London. Will dated 
15 March 1906, proved in the Principal 
R^stry 12 June 1906, by Charles 
Dennis Hoblyn, the sole Executor. 



HOBLYN, conHnued. 

Page 183 (and Addenda, VoL 8, 
page xi.) — Ranald Armstrong and 
Alice Maudlaine Hoblyn have further 
issue a son, James Montague Carew 
Hoblyn, bom at St. Columb, Walton- 
on- Thames, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 
27 March, and baptised at St Mark's, 
Hamilton Terrace, St. John's Wood, co. 
Middlesex, 9 May 1906. 

HOLROYD. Vol. 12, page 21.— Sir 
Charles Holroyd received the Honorary 
Degree of D.Litt. from the University 
of Leeds 4 August 1906. He was 
appointed Director of the National 
Gallery 11 June 1906. 

HUNT. Vol. II, page 107.— Wright and 
Elise Philippa Salkeld (Lisa) Hunt have 
issue two sons, Antony Wright Hunt, 
born at " Redcliffe," South Canterbury, 
CO. Kent, on Thursday, 14 July, and 
baptised at St. Mary Bredin's, Canter- 
bury, 16 August 1904; and Martin 
Hoby Hunt, bom at "Culpho," St. 
Augustine's Road, Canterbury, on 
Thursday, 5 April, and baptised at 
St Martin's, Canterbury, i May 1906. 

HYETT. VoL 8, page 123.— Mary 
Clementina, eldest surviving daughter 
of William Henry Hyett, died at 
29 Pembroke Gardens, Kensington^ 
London, aged 73, on Thursday, 19 
October, and was buried in the 
cemetery at Painswick, co. Gloucester, 
25 October 1905. Will dated 15 
October 1885, proved in the Principal 
Registry 4 December 1905, by Francis 
Adams Hyett, brother, the Executor. 

JACKSON. Vol II, page 142 (and 
Addenda, VoL 12, page xj::c//V.)-- Francis 
Willan and Elsie Theodora Mary 
Jackson have issue a son, Algernon 
Willan Jackson, bom at Searle Lodge, 
Market Rasen, co. Lincoln, on Sunday, 
17 December 1905, and baptised at 
Market Rasen 17 January 1906. 

JEAFFRESON. Vol. 2, page 52 (and 
Addenda, VoL 8, page xt'L) — George 
Cordy and Florence Alice Muriel 
Jeaffreson have issue a son, George 
Tetley Jeaffreson, bom 27 March, and 
baptised at St. Michael's, Framlingham, 
CO. Suffolk, 28 April 1906. 

JERMYN. Vol. 3, page 171.— Edmund 
Arthur Jermyn was appointed to the 
Indian Educational Service 14 April 
1906, and joined his appointment on 
arrival at Bombay 5 July following. 



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Page 171. — Lancelot Ambrose Scuda- 
more Jermyn elected a Scholar of Keble 
College, Oxford, 26 January 1906. 

JESSEL. Vol 9, page 72.— Herbert 
Merton Jessel was appointed Hon. 
Colonel I St Volunteer Battalion The 
Royal Fusiliers (City of London 
Regiment) 2 December 1905. 

JODRELL, Vol. I, page 33.— Frederick 
John Nash Ind of Court Place, Iffley, 
CO. Oxford, Major 37th Regiment, died 
1 1 March, and was buried at Lethering- 
sett, CO. Norfolk, 15 March 1906. Will 
dated 25 September 1895, proved in 
the Principal Registry 18 May 1906, by 
Marianne Ind and Sir Alfred Jodrell, 
Baronet, two of the Executors. 

JOHNSON. Vol. I, page 87.~Mary 
Elizabeth, daughter of James Johnson, 
died at Dunchurch, co. Warwick, 
9 February, and was buried there 14 
February 1906. 

JOHNSON. Vol. 2, page 6.— The Rev. 
Percy James Debenham Johnson was 
married at St. Cuthbert*s, Thetford, co. 
Norfolk (by the Rev. Robert Johnson, 
uncle of the bridegroom, assisted by the 
Rev. Robert Charles Sheldon Sweeting, 
the Vicar), on Saturday, 30 September 

1905, to Dorothy Ellen, eldest daughter 
of Robert George Burrell of Thetford, 
by Ellen his wife, daughter of Henry 
Eden Cockayne of Great Dunmow, co. 
Essex. They have issue a daughter, 
Phyllis Debenham, bom 28 August, 
and baptised at Mussoorie, North- West 
Provinces, India, 30 September 1906. 

JOHNSON. Vol. 3, page i9.--Robert 
Vaughan Johnson married at Banstead, 
CO. Surrey, 30 December 1905, 
Christina, daughter of John Raynor 
Arthur of the Indian Civil Service. 
They have issue a daughter, Joan, bom 
at 70 Coleheme Court, London, on 
Saturday, 20 October, and baptised at 
St Mary's, The Boltons, South Ken- 
sington, London, 21 November 1906. 

JONES. Vol. I, page 287.— The Rev. 
Charles William Jones died at the 
Vicarage, Pakenham, co. Suffolk, aged 
81, on Monday, 4 June, and was 
buried at Pakenham on Friday, 8 June 

1906. Will dated 24 July 1902, proved 
in the Principal Registry 26 July 1906, 
by Mark Hildersley Quayle and Sir 
William Hollingsworth Quayle Jones, 
the Executors. 



JONES. Vol. II, page 83. — Major- 
General Inigo Richmond Jones, C.V.O., 
C.B., was appointed to command of the 
troops a1 Singapore, Straits Settlements, 

24 November 1905. He was nominated 
CV.O. 30 June 1905. 

JOSSELYN. Vol. 2, page 43.— Rosetta, 
widow of the Rev. William Wallace, 
died at 30 Ventnor Villas, Hove, co. 
Sussex, in her 93rd year on Friday, 15 
June, and was buried at Thorpe Abbotts, 
CO. Norfolk, 19 June 1906. Will dated 
5 December 1883, proved in the Prin- 
cipal Registry 18 July 1906, by George 
Henry Wallace, the surviving Executor. 

KITCHENER. Vol. 7, page 2 (and 
Addenda^ VoL 12^ page xxxv^i — Thomas 
Martin Cripps and Alice Harriet 
Kitchener have issue a son, Thomas 
Hunt Cripps Kitchener, bom at 44 
Larkhall Rise, Clapham, co. Surrey, 
23 May, and baptised at All Saints', 
West Dulwich, co. Surrey, 21 June 1906. 
Page 5.— Elliott Kitchener, Head 
Master of Greenbank School, Sefton 
Park, Liverpool, was married at Allerton, 
CO. Lancaster (by the Rt. Rev. Samuel 
Thornton, formerly Bishop of Bcdlarat, 
Vicar of Blackburn, co. Ls^icaster, uncle 
of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rt 
Rev. Francis James Chavasse, Bishop 
of Liverpool, and the Rev. Henry 
Gibson Smith, the Vicar), on Wednesday, 

25 July 1906, to Mab, only daughter of 
Henry Maclver of Wyncote, Allerton. 

Page 6. — The following further 
honourable augmentation has been 
granted to Lord Kitchener: A chief 
argent thereon on a pale gules a lion 
passant guardant or between an eagle 
displayed sable and on a mount vert an 
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LANDON. Vol. II, page 121. — Caroline 
Mann, widow of the Rev. Charles 
Richard Landon, was buried at 
East Homdon, co. Essex \not at 
Cheshunt]. 

Page 124. — Cecil Westmore Landon 
married at St. Mary's, Wimbledon, co. 
Surrey, on Saturday, 25 August 1906, 
Elizabeth Mary, elder daughter of 
Alexander Mackay of "Caley," Arthur 
Road, Wimbledon. 

Page 128. — Herbert John and Beryl 
Landon have further issue a daughter. 
Beryl Audrey, bom at Percy Lodge, 
Walton-on-Thames, co. Surrey, on 
Thursday, 21 September, and baptised 
at Esher, co. Surrey, 22 November 
1905. Their eldest daughter, Barbara 
(see Addenda^ Vol. I2y page xxxvi.\ was 
baptised at Dharwar, India. 

LANGMAN. Vol. 6, page 26.— John 

Lawrence Langman was created a 

Baronet 28 June 1906 (Birthday 
Honour). 

LAW. Vol. 7, page 62.— Walter Henry 
Patrick Law, Captain Army Service 
Corps, was married at Almondbury, West 
Riding, CO. York (by the Rev. Canon 
Charles Edward Brooke of St. John the 
Divine, Keimington, co. Surrey, assisted 
by the Rev. Charles Dixon Hoste, the 
Vicar), on Tuesday, 12 December 1905, 
to Dorothy, 2nd daughter of John Arthur 
Brooke of Fenay Hall, Almondbury 
{see Vol. /, page So.) 

LEICESTER. Vol. 8, page 157.— 
Colonel Thomas William, Viscount 
Coke, Lord Lieutenant, co. Norfolk, 
was created K.C.V.O. on the occasion 
of the King's birthday 9 November 
1906. 

The Hon"« Thomas William Coke, 
married at All Saints', Knightsbridge, 
London, on Saturday, 2 December 
1905, Marion Gertrude, 4th daughter 
of Colonel the Hon"« Walter Rodolph 
Trefusis of the Scots Guards, C.B., by 
Lady Mary Charlotte his wife, youngest 
daughter of Walter Francis, 5th Duke 
of Buccleugh, K.G. ; born at Ditton 
Park, CO. Buckingham, on Thursday, 
3 August 1882. 

The Hon^*« Arthur George Coke 
married at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London, on Thursday, 10 May 1906, 
Phyllis Hermione, only daughter of 
Francis Saxham Elwes Drury of 50 Pont 
Street, Belgrave Square, London. 



LEVESON GOWER. Vol i, page 23 
{and Addenda, Vol. d, page tvV.)— The 
Rev. Frederick Archibald Gresham and 
Cecil Eyre Leveson Gower have further 
issue a son, John Alan Gresham Leveson 
Gower, bom 17 May, baptised privately 
by his father 24 June, died the next day, 
and was buried at Linton, co. Kent, 
27 June 1903; and a daughter, Judeth 
Elyn Gresham, bom 24 July, and 
baptised at Linton (by her father) 
3 September 1905 (Sponsors: Bernard 
Eyre Greenwell, the Hon**^ Mrs. Pascoe 
Glyn and Mrs. Douglas McLean). 

Page 23.— Evelyn Marmaduke Gresham 
Leveson Gower married at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, London, on Thursday, 
I Febmary 1906, Elo Janet Catherine, 
younger daughter of Lieut.-Colonel 
James Ross Farquharson of Invercauld, 
CO. Aberdeen, of the Scots Fusilier 
Guards, J.P., D.L., by Elizabeth 
Louisa his wife, eldest daughter of 
Aleicander Haldane Oswald of Auch- 
incmive, co. Ayr. 

Page 24. — Clement Edward Gresham 
Leveson Gower is Comptroller of the 
Household to Earl Grey, Govemor- 
General of Canada. 

LITTLE. VoL 5, page 85. — John 
Caruthers Little of Pitchcombe, co. 
Gloucester, J. P., died there, aged 90, 
at 4.30 p.m. on Saturday, 2 December, 
and was buried at Stroud, co. Gloucester, 
on Thursday, 7 December i9t>5. Will 
dated 26 August 1897, with two codicils 
dated respectively 11 January 1898 and 
3 October 1902, proved at Gloucester 
3 March 1906, by John Camthers 
Little, the sole Executor. 

LOCKETT. Vol. 11, page 90.— Edgar 
Thomas Lockett, Captain loth Volun- 
teer Battalion King's Royal Rifles, was 
promoted Major with seniority to date 
from 8 October 1905. 

LOCOCIC Vol. 9, page 157. — Guy 
Harold Locock ctf the Foreign Office 
was married at St Mary Abbotf s, 
Kensington, London (by the Ven'^* 
Archdeacon Brookes, assisted by the 
Rev. Alfred Henry Locock, uncle of 
the bridegroom), on Wednesday, 6 June 
1906, to Esther Mary Eleanor, only 
child of William James Reade; born 
5 December 1882, and baptised at 
St Luke's, Torquay, co. Devon, 
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LONGSTAFF. Vol. 6, page 71.— 
Geoige Blundell Longstaff married 
2ndly at All Saints', Bolton, co. 
Cumberland, on Wednesday, 29 August 
1906, Mary Jane, eldest daughter 
of Matthewman Hodgson Donald of 
Stanwiz and of Blaithwaite, both co. 
Cumberland, by Henrietta Maria his 
wife, daughter of the Hon*»*« John 
Henry Roper-Curzon ; bom at Carlisle, 
CO. Cumberland, 27 August 1855. 

Page 71 {and Addenda^ Vol. 11^ 
page ^/V.)—Cedric Llewellyn and Lilias 
Marow Longstaff have further issue a 
son, Andrew Llewellyn Longstaff, bom 
at The Close, Lichfield, co. Stafford, 
on Monday, 29 January, and baptised 
at Lichfield Cathedral on Saturday, 
3 March 1906. 

Page 72. — Frederick Victor Long- 
staff was appointed 2nd Lieutenant 
2nd Volunteer Battalion East Surrey 
Regiment 23 January 1904, and Lieu- 
tenant II April 1906. 

Margaret Longstaff, youngest daughter 
of Llewellyn Wood Longstaff, was 
married at the parish church, Wimble- 
don, CO. Surrey, on Wednesday, 11 
July 1906, to James Edward Hill 
Sawyer of Edgbaston, co. Warwick, 
M.A., M.D., M.R.C.P. (elder son of 
Sir James Sawyer of Haseley Hall, co. 
Warwick, M.D., F.R.C.P., F.S.A., 
F.R.S. Edin., by Adelaide Mary his 
wife, daughter of the Rev. John 
Harwood Hill, Rector of Cranoe, 
CO. Leicester, B.A., F,S.A.); bom 
8 September 1874; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 1894, B.A. 
1897. 

Gilbert Conrad Longstaff, B.A. of 
Clare College, Cambridge, 1906, was 
appointed 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Volun- 
teer Battalion East Surrey Regiment 

LUKIN. Vol. 3, page 47.— Maria 
(Minnie), wife of the Rev. James Lukin, 
died suddenly at Felbrigg Lodge, 
Romsey, co. Hants, aged 69, on 
Sunday, 29 October, and was buried 
in the cemetery at Romsey on Friday, 
3 November 1905. 

LUKIN. Vol. 7, page 39.--Eli2abeth 
Hay, wife of Colonel Frederick Windham 
Lukin, died at 26 Queen's Square, Bath, 
on Tuesday, 20 November, and was 
buried in the Cemetery at Datchet, co. 
Buckingham, on Friday, 23 November 
1906. ""^ 



LYTE. Vol. s, page 155.— John Maxwell 
Lyte, who was educated at Radley 
\not at Eton], resigned his Lieutenancy 
in the Northumberland Fusiliers, and 
was appointed Lieutenant Reserve of 
Officers 26 August 1905. 

Arthur Maxwell Lyte matriculated 
at Magdalen College, Oxford, 1900, 
and proceeded B.A. 1904. He was 
appointed a JunicMr Examiner to the 
Board of Education 1906. 

Page 156. — Famham Maxwell Lyte 
died suddenly, in his 79th year, on 
Sunday, 4 March, and was buried in 
Brompton Cemetery, London, on 
Wednesday, 7 March 1906; the first 
part of funeral service was held at St 
Mary's, The Boltons, South Kensington, 
London. 

MACNAMARA. Vol. 3, page 92.— 
Fleet-Suigeon Hugh Winckworth 
Macnamara, R.N., was married 2ndly at 
Iver Heath, co. Buckingham (by the 
Rev. Henry Danvers Macnamara, Rector 
of St. James', Garlickhythe, London, and 
Priest-in-Ordinary to the King, assisted 
by the Rev. John Craigie Leishman, 
R.N., and the Rev. George Harold 
Culshaw, the Rector), on Wednesday, 
II July 1906, to Hilda Shelton, younger 
daughter of Frederick B. Garrard. 

MADDISON. Vol. 5, page 151.— Henry 
Maddison died at Partney Hall, co. 
Lincoln, in his 77th year, on Sunday, 
II Febmary, and was buried in the 
cemetery at Partney 15 February 1906. 
Will dated 22 May 1889, with three 
codicils dated respectively 3 July 1889, 
28 November 1892 and 5 August 1904, 
proved in the Principal Registry 11 Feb- 
ruary 1906, by George Beaumont Walker 
and the Rev. Gilbert George Walker, 
the Executors named in last codicil. 

MAITLAND. Vol. 3, page 32.— Rhys 
Maitland married at St. Cyrian's, Dur- 
ban, Natal, South Africa, on Monday, 
17 April 1905, Edith, 2nd daughter of 
John Bush of The Firs, Marston Magna, 
CO. Somerset. They have issue a son, 
Frederick Rhys Pelham Maitland, bom 
at Ermello, Transvaal, South Africa, on 
Friday, 24 August 1906. 

MAPLE. Vol 10, page 54.— Emily 
Harriett, widow of Sir John Blundell 
Maple, Baronet, was married 2ndly at 
St Michael's, Beaulieu, France, after 
civil marriage at the British Consulate 
at Nice, on Monday, 19 March 1906, 
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MARRIOTT. VoL lo, page 104.— The 
Rev. George Strickland Marriott died 
at the Rectory, Sigglesthorne, East 
Riding, co. York, aged 50, on Saturday, 
21 October, and was buried at 
Sigglesthorne on Tuesday, 24 October 
1905. Will dated 16 October 1905, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1598, 1905) 
9 December 1905, by Gertrude 
Marriott, relict, and Henry Peter 
Marriott, brother, the Executors. 

Owen Victor Marriott died at 
Cotesbach, co. Leicester, aged 8, on 
Thursday, 25 January, and was buried 
there 29 January 1906. 

MARTYN. Vol. 2, page 83.— Helena 
Jane Elizabeth, daughter of William 
Waddon Martyn, died 11 December, 
and was buried at Lifton, co. Devon, 
15 December 1905. 

Page 83 {and Addenda, VoL <P, 
page xiiu) — James Frederick Honeyball 
of Newgardens, Teynham, co. Kent, 
promoted Lieut.-Colonel 6 June 1903, 
and Lieut. -Colonel Commandant ist 
Volunteer Battalion The Buffs (East 
Kent Regiment) 12 December 1903. 

Page 83. — Henry Martyn was married 
at Crediton, co. Devon (by the Rev. 
Canon Arthur Christopher Thynne, 
Rector of Kilkhampton, co. Cornwall, 
assisted by the Rev. Robert Waddon 
Martyn, brother of the bridegroom, and 
the Rev. Richard Knight, Chaplain of 
the Church Governors), on Thursday, 
30 August 1906, to Mabel Gunnora, 
only daughter of the Rev. Walter 
Burne Gumey, Rector of Poughill, 
CO. Devon. 

MELLOR. Vol. 3, page 86.— John Paget 
Mellor, C.B., has been appointed First 
Assistant Solicitor to the Treasury. 

Page 87. — Sydney Paget Mellor was 
married at the Chapel Royal, Savoy, 
London (by the Rev. Wilfrid Paget 
Mellor, brother of the bridegroom, 
assisted by the Rev. William George 
Elnor, Vicar of Chilham, co. Kent, and 
the Rev. Paul Williams Wyatt, Chaplain 
of the Chapel Royal, Savoy), on 
Thursday, 26 April 1906, to Mabel 
Ceylonia, 2nd daughter of Charles 
Stewart Hardy of Chilham Castle, co. 
Kent, J.P. and D.L. for that county, 
by Fanny Alice his wife, 2nd daughter, 
of Matthew Bell of Bourne Park, 
Canterbury, co. Kent ; bom at Chilham 
Castle on Saturday, i May 1875. 



MELLOR) continued. 

Page 88. — Winifred Mabel, younger 
daughter of Francis Hamilton Mellor, 
died at 143 Gloucester Terrace, London, 
in her i8th year, on Tuesday, 2 October 
1906, and was buried in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London. 

METHOLD. Vol. i, page 145 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 12^ page xlii.) — John 
Robert Tindal Methold, infant son of 
Henry Tindal and Sybil Mary Methold, 
died at 109 St. George's Road, Warwick 
Square, London, aged 6 months, on 
Sunday, 11 February, and was buried 
at Hepworth, co. Suffolk, 14 February 
1906. 

MIDLETON. Vol. 5, page 99.— Emily 
Hester, wife of Canon the Hon***® 
Alan Brodrick, died at St. Cross, 
Winchester, co. Hants, in her 61st year, 
on Thursday, 2 August, and was buried 
at St. Cross, Winchester, 4 August 1906. 
Pfi^e 100 {and Addenda, Vol. 10, 
page xiii.) — William John Henry and 
Bknche Sophia Emily Brodrick have 
funher issue a son, Melvill Seymour 
Brodrick, bom at Woking, co. Surrey, 
on Monday, 17 September, and baptised 
there 10 October 1906. 

MIREHOUSE, Vol. 3, page 155 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 12, page xliii.) — William 
Edward and Ethel Mirehouse have 
issue a daughter, Ethel Brunetta 
Herbert, bom at Parkside, Parktown, 
Oxford, on Sunday, 10 June, and 
baptised at SS. Philip and James', 
Oxford, 17 July 1906. 

MONCIC Vol. 2, page 135 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 12, page xlih'.)— The will of William 
Berkeley Monck, who died 6 September 
1905* was proved in the Principal 
Registry 13 October 1905, by George 
Stanley Stephens Monck, son, the sole 
Executor. 

NORMANBY. Vol. 9, page 55.— George 
Alfred Constantine Phipps of Hampton 
Court Palace died, aged 30, on 
Monday, 29 October, and was buried 
at Hampton, co. Middlesex, on 
Wednesday, 31 October 1906. 

Page 56. — Lord Henry George Russell 
Phipps died at Brisbane, Queensland, 
aged 54, on Monday, 27 November, 
and was buried at Beaudesert, 
Queensland, 29 November 1905. 



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OLLIVANT. Vol. 6, page i6.— Alfred 
Henry OUivant, Captain Royal Artillery, 
passed for admission to Staff College 
28 September 1906. 

Page 17. — ^Joseph Earle OUivant 
married at St. Simon's, Upper Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex, on Thursday, 7 December 
1905, Helena Bridget, 2nd daughter of 
Thomas Bosvile Bosvile of Ravenfield 
Park, CO. York, J.P. and D.L. for that 
county, by Emma his wife, daughter of 
Francis Huntsman of Attercliffe, West 
Riding, co. York ; bom at Ravenfield, 
West Riding, 9 August 1861, and 
baptised there. 

ONSLOW. Vol. s, page 40.— Richard 
William Alan, Viscount Cranley, married 
at St. Peter*s, Eaton Square, London, 
on Thursday, 22 February 1906, Violet 
Marcia Catherine Warwick, only 
daughter of the Hon"* Coplestone 
Richard George Warwick Bamfylde 
(eldest son of Augustus Frederick 
George Warwick, Baron Poltimore), 
by Margaret Harriet his wife, daughter 
of Wentworth Blackett Beaumont. 

ORME. Vol. xo, page 88.— Henry Merton 
Orme died at Lutwicke, Manor Road, 
Worthing, co. Sussex, in his 65th year, 
on Monday, 19 November, and was 
buried at Broadwater, co. Sussex, on 
Thursday, 22 November 1906; the first 
part of service was held at Christ 
Church, Worthing. 

PACK-BERESFORD. Vol. 8, page 
169 (and Addenda^ Vol, I2^pagexlvu) — 
Henry John and Sybil Maude Pack- 
Beresford, have issue a son, Denis 
John Pack-Beresford, bom at Hart's 
Leap, Sandhurst, co. Berks, on Friday, 

27 October, and baptised at the Royal 
Military College Chapel, Sandhurst, 
8 November 1905. 

Reynell James and Florence Pack- 
Beresford, now of Caragh House, Naas, 
CO. Kildare, have further issue a son, 
Arthur Reynell Pack-Beresford, bom 

28 April, and baptised at Clane, co. 
Kildare, 2 June 1906. 

PARLEY. Vol. 8, page 14.— In line 
14 of first column, it should read 
A.D.C. to Sir PoUexfen \not PoUexfex] 
Radcliffe, K.C.B. 

Page 16. —Reginald John Hall Pariby 
resigned the Adjutancy of the 2nd 
(Prince of Wales') Volunteer Battalion 
Devonshire Regiment 18 November 



PARLEY, continued. 

1901, and left the Service 14 December 
1 90 1. He was appointed j.P. for the 
Midland Roborough division of the 
county of Devon 7 April 1903. 

PARTRIDGE. Vol. 7, page 164.— 
Eleanor Dorothea, widow of Henry 
Birch-Reynardson, died, in her 89th 
year, on Monday, 6 November 1905. 

PEACOCK. Vol. 10, page 118.— Major- 
General Henry Phipson Peacock died 
at 5 Atherstone Terrace, South Ken- 
sington, London, on Wednesday, 
I August, and was buried in Ocklynge 
Cemetery, Eastbourne, co. Sussex, 
on Tuesday, 7 August 1906. Will 
dated 3 March 1875, proved in the 
Principal Registry i September 1906, 
by Emily Peacock, relict, the surviving 
Executrix. 

PEARCE-EDGCUMBE. Vol. 5, page 
1 6. — The Rev. William lago married 
2ndly, by licence, at Illogan, co. 
Cornwall, on Tuesday, ii October 
1904, Flora Anne, daughter of 
Edmund Gilbert Hamley of Bodmin, 
CO. Cornwall, Solicitor and County 
Coroner, by Anne his wife, daughter of 
James Carter Barton of Hopwas House, 
near Tamworth, co. Warwick; bom 
at Bodmin 22 November 1845, and 
baptised there. 

PEARS. Vol. 6, page 100. — Kate 
O'Neill, wife of Charles ffoUiott Pears, 
died at Negri Sembilan, New Zealand, 
10 November 1903. He married 
2ndly at Singapore, Straits Settlements, 
23 April 1906, Alison Bathgate. 

Page 103. — Maurice Loraine Pears, 
Captain ist Battalion The Cameronians 
(Scottish Rifles), married at St. 
Margaret's, Westminster, 27 March 
1906, Eva Kathleen, youngest daughter 
of Sir Spencer Maryon Wilson, Baronet, 
and widow of Guy Charles Hardy of 
Danehurst, co. Sussex, who died 
4 January 1904. 

Page 104. — Arthur Pears, youngest 
son of Major-General Sir Thomas 
Townsend Pears, died at Fort 
Qu'Appelle, Canada, 7 May 1904. 

Page 106. — Steuart Durand and 
Margaret Isabel Pears had further 
issue a daughter Eleanor Mary, bom 
8 October 1904, and baptised at 
Madras, India; died 9 May, and was 
buried at Ootacamund, Neilgherry 
Hills, India, 10 May 1906. 



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PEARS, continued. 

Page 1 06.— Captain Edmund Radcliffe 
Pears, R.N., was appointed Captain 
H.M.S. " Arrogant " 8 June 1906. 

Page 107. — Hugh John Chevallier 
Pears matriculated at New College, 
Oxford, 14 October 1905. He was 
gazetted 2nd Lieutenant 3rd Battalion 
The Queen's (Royal West Surrey 
Regiment) Militia 3 April 1906. 

PEARSON. Vol. 10, page 74.— Millicent 
Mary, younger daughter of George John 
Hooke Pearson, was married at Holy 
Trinity, Brompton, London, on 
Thursday, 9 November 1905, to Hugh 
Edward Murray Archer (eldest son of 
Walter Archer of 17 Sloane Court, 
London); bom at Hampton Court 
Palace 15 August 1879; entered the 
Royal Navy as a Cadet 15 January 
1894, Midshipman 15 August 1896, 
Sub-Lieutenant 15 February 1900, 
Lieutenant 26 June 1902. 

PELLATT. Vol. 9, page 167.— Frederic 
William Pellatt died at The Friars, 
Whetstone, co. Middlesex, in his 72nd 
year, on Friday, 15 June, and was 
buried at Friem Barnet, co. Middlesex, 
19 June 1906. Will dated 4 November 
1903, proved in the Principal Registry 
6 July 1906, by Frederic Mill Pellatt 
and the Rev. H. J. Palmer, two of the 
Executors. 

PERCIVAL. Vol. 2, page 71.— Thomas 
Helier Percival died at 10 Hans Place, 
Sloane Street, London, on Saturday, 
1 7 March, and was buried in Brookwood 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, 21 March 1906. 
Will dated 23 July 1904, proved in the 
Principal Registry 18 April 1906, by 
Sir (jeorge Sutherland Mackenzie, 
Louisa Sarah Percival, relict, and the 
Rev. Stanley Edward Percival, the 
Executors. 

PH I LLI PS. Vol. 1 1 , page 150.— Harriette 
Sybella, widow of James Hutchison 
Esten, died at 260 Deleware Avenue, 
Toronto, Canada, in her 72nd year, 
10 May 1906. 

PLATT-HIGGINS. Vol. i, page loi 
(and Addenda, Vol, 7, page ix.) — 
Francis Meban and Ethel Dorothy 
Platt-Higgins have further issue a son, 
Patrick Humphrey Platt-Higgins, born 
at "Westfield," Little Shelford, co. 
Cambridge, on Friday, 9 March, and 
baptised at Little Shelford 4 April 1906. 



PORTMAN. Vol. II, page 40.— The 
Rt HonW« Ronald Ruthven, Earl of 
Leven and Melville, died at Glenfemess, 
CO. Nairn, aged 71, <mi Tuesday, 21 
August, and was buried in the church- 
yard at Ardclach, Glenfemess, on 
Saturday, 25 August 1906. 

POWELL. Vol. 12, page 143.— The 
Rev. Grandage Edwards Powell 
matriculated at University College, 
Oxford, September 1901, B.A. 1905 ; 
he was ordained Deacon by the Rt. 
Rev. Edmund Arbuthnott Knox, 
Bishop of Manchester, 23 September 
1906, and was appointed Curate of 
Fallowfield, co. Lancaster, in September 
1906. 

PRICE. Vol. 7, page 89.— Major Edward 
Augustus Uvedale Price and his wife, 
Elizabeth Henrietta, were drowned 
in the wreck of the "Hilda," off 
St Malo, on Sunday, 19 November 
1905. His body was recovered, and 
buried in Norwood Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, after a service at St. Philip's, 
Earl's Court Road, London, on 
Tuesday, 28 November 1905 ; will 
dated 24 February 1905, proved in the 
Principal Registry 7 February 1906, by 
Reginald Henry Uvedale Price, son, 
the Executor. 

Page 90. — Charles Henry Uvedale 
Price was promoted Major Indian Army 
10 July 1 90 1, and appointed D.A.A.G. 
India 26 April 1900. 

Ryswynn Uvedale Price died at 
Haileybury College, aged 15 years 
and 7 months, on Saturday, 10 March 
1906. 

PUCKLE. Vol. 12, page 52.— Raymond 
Aufrfere and Emily Eleanor Puckle 
have issue a son, Raymond Donne 
Aufr^re Puckle, born at 88 Telford 
Avenue, Streatham Hill, co. Surrey, on 
Wednesday, 23 August, and baptised at 
St. Ethelburga-the- Virgin, Bishopsgate 
Street Within, London, i October 1905; 
and a son, Vivian William Dawson 
Aufr^re Puckle, bom at 29 Thrale 
Road, Streatham Park, co. Surrey, on 
Tuesday, 31 July, and baptised at 
St. Ethelburga-the- Virgin, Bishopsgate 
Street Within, London, 7 October 1906. 

QUAYLE. Vol. 2, page 41. — Emily 
Catharine, widow of John Quayle, died 
at Crogga, Isle of Man, on Friday, 
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QUAYLE, continued, 

23 July 1905. WUl proved at Douglas, 
Isle of Man, 9 August 1905, by Eden 
Heywood Gawne and John Caesar Bacon. 
The Rev. Daniel Fleming Wilson 
Quayle resigned the Rectory of Trimley 
St Martin, co. Suffolk, in 1896. 

RAGLAN. Vol. n, page 102.— The 
Hon^ Charlotte Caroline Elizabeth, 
elder daughter of Field-Marshal Lord 
Raglan, died at 8 Chesterfield Street, 
Westminster, aged 91, on Tuesday, 
3 July, and was buried in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London, on Saturday, 7 July 
1906. Will dated 2 June 1899, with 
codicil dated 11 December 1901, proved 
in the Principal Registry 28 July 1906, 
by Sir Robert Nigel Fitzhardinge 
Kingscote, G.C.V.O., K.C.B., and 
George FitzRoy Henry, Baron Raglan, 
the Executors. 

Page 104.— The Hon"* Arthur Charles 
Edward and Louisa Eliza Somerset 
have further issue a daughter, Victoria 
Mary Blanche, bcmi 28 October, and 
baptised at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London, on Tuesday, 28 November 1905 
(Sponsors : Lady Raglan, proxy for 
H.R.H. the Princess of Wales, Coun- 
tess Beauchamp, Viscountess Brackley, 
Viscount Hahfax and Captain Weyland). 

RATCLIFF. Vol. 3, page i4o.--Evelyn 
Marianne, daughter of the Rev. Walter 
Henry Ratcliff of Berkeley, Cal, U.S.A., 
was married at St. Mark's, Berkeley, 
26 September 1906, to Professor 
William Frederic Bad^. 

RICKETT& Vol. I, page 276.— Emma 
Gertrude, widow of Simpson Hicks 
Ricketts, died at Wiesbaden, Germany, 
aged 70, on Sunday, 6 May, and was 
buried in Brookwood Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, 10 May 1906. Will dated 
8 August 1884, proved in the Principal 
Registry 7 June 1906, by Captain 
William Ricketts, R.N. 

ROGERS. Vol. 6, page 130.— Frances 
Anne, eldest daughter of the Rev. 
Hugh Rogers, Rector of Camborne, 
CO. Cornwall, died at i South Parade, 
Penzance, co. Cornwall, aged 88, on 
Tuesday, 5 December, and was buried 
at Sancreed, co. Cornwall, on Friday, 
II December 1905. Will dated 
30 June 1899, with codicil dated 14 
October 1902, proved at Bodmin 
26 December 1905, by Reginald 
Nankivell Rogers, the sole Executor. 



ROGERS, continued. 

Page 131 {and Addenda^ VoL 12^ 
P^i^ ^) — Hugh Stuart and Katharine 
Mary Rogers have further issue a 
daughter, Margaret Kathleen Musgrave, 
bom 27 September, and baptised at 
Headley, co. Hants, i November 1906. 

Page 132. — William Hender Moles- 
worth Rogers graduated B.A. from 
Hertford College, Oxford, 31 July 1906. 

Page 134. — Douglas Peverell Rogers 
(Jim) died at the Royal Naval Hospital, 
Plymouth, co. Devon, aged 17, on 
Tuesday, 8 May, and was buried at 
Mawnan, co, Cornwall, on Friday, 
II May 1906. 

Page 135. — Mary Frances, widow of 
R^inald Rogers, died at Carwinion, 
Falmouth, co. Cornwall, aged 76, on 
Monday, 16 October 1905. Will dated 
7 November 1895, proved at Bodmin 
5 December 1905, by Charlotte Eliza- 
beth Ward and Frances Jane Rogers. 

ROPE. Vol. 2, page 92 {and Addenda^ 
VoL p, page jwV.)— Ernest Edward and 
Mary Rope have further issue a 
daughter, Mary, bom at Darjeeling, 
India, 5 September, and baptised at 
Eden Sanitorium, Darjeeling, i October 
1906. 

ROUND. Vol. 12, page 3.— Francis 
Richard Round of East Hill House, 
Colchester, co. Essex, C.M.G., was 
appointed J.P. for co. Essex in October 
1 906. 

ROXBURGHE. Vol. 12, page 158.— 
Charles James Innes-Ker died at 
Algiers, aged 39, on Friday, 13 April, 
and was buried there 14 April 1906. 

ROYDS. Vol. 3, page 13 {and Addenda, 
VoL I2y page /i.) — Albert Henry and 
Adeliza Beatrix Royds have issue a 
daughter, Elizabeth Beatrix Evelyn, 
born at Swaylands, Penshurst, co. Kent, 
on Saturday, 9 June, and baptized at 
Penshurst 22 July 1906. 

Page 14. — Colonel Clement Molyneux 
Royds was created a Knight at 
Buckingham Palace by H.M. the King 
on Tuesday, 24 July 1906. 

ROYDS. Vol 8, page 3o.--The Rev. 
Nathanael Royds resigned the Rectory 
of Little Barford, co. Bedford, 30 
October 1906, and is now of 
"Oaklands," Fenstanton, St Ives, co. 
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ROYDSy continued. 

Page 31. — Bridget Alington, 8th 
daughter of the Rev. Nathanael Royds, 
married at Little Barford on Tuesday, 
12 June 1906, John Austen Hubback, 
I.C.S. (elder son of John Henry 
Hubback of Heswall, co. Chester, by 
Mary Page his wife, daughter of the 
Rev. George Ingram, B.D., sometime 
Rector of Chedburgh, co. Suffolk); 
bom 27 February 1878. 

ROYDS. Vol. 9, page 2.— John Fletcher 
Twemlow Royds, J. P., proceeded M.A. 
of Cambridge 24 May 1906. 

The Rev. Charles Cradock Twemlow 
Royds, Vicar of Norton, co. Radnor, 
proceeded M.A. of Cambridge in 1904. 
He married at Bourne, co. Lincoln, 
25 April 1906, Margaret Ada, 2nd 
daughter of Charles Everard of 
Cawthorpe, Bourne, by Emily Sarah his 
wife, daughter of William Miskin. 

Page 3.— The Rev. Gilbert Twemlow 
Royds was appointed Rural Dean of 
Stafford in 1905. 

RYLAND. Vol. I, page 247.— Howard 
Proctor Ryland of MoxhuU Park, 
Erdington, co. Warwick, died, aged 54, 
on Thursday, 28 December, and was 
buried at Erdington on Saturday, 30 
December 1905. Will dated 13 Feb- 
ruary 1904, with codicil dated 25 July 

1905, proved at Birmingham 26 January 

1906, by Richard Alfred Pinsent and 
Thomas Howard Ryland, the Executors. 

Agnes Adeline, widow of the above, 
died at Chalford, Four Oaks, co. 
Warwick, on Wednesday, 18 July, and 
was buried at Erdington on Friday, 
20 July 1906. Will dated 29 December 
1905, with codicil dated 19 May 1906, 
proved at Birmingham 9 August 1906, 
by Thomas Howard Ryland and 
Richard Alfred Pinsent, the Executors. 

RYLANDS, Vol I, page i6.-.Eli2abeth, 
widow of Thomas Glazebrook Rylands, 
died at Highfields, Thelwall, co. 
Chester, aged 73, ' on Saturday, 16 
June, cremated at Chorlton-cum-Hardy, 
CO. Lancaster, 19 June 1906, the 
ashes being subsequently buried in the 
churchyard at Thelwall 13 July following. 
M.I. Will dated 7 January 1903, 
proved in the Principal Registry 14 
September 1906, by John Paul Rylands 
and William Harry Rylands, stepsons, 
John Carey Bromfield, and Martha 
Glazebrook Rylands, daughter, the 
Executors. 



SALT. Vol 3, page 104. — Elizabeth 
Sophia Higgins, widow of the Rev. 
Richard Wall, died at 21 Duxuaven 
Road, West Kirby, co. Chester, on 
Tuesday, 27 February, and was buried 
at Draytcm Bassett, ca Stafford, on 
Saturday, 3 March 1906. 

SAVAGE. Vol 3, page 6.— Ethd Maude, 
youngest daughter of Thomas Savage, 
M.D., was married at the parish church, 
Knowle, co. Wan^ck, 28 April 1906, 
to Thomas Glutton Salt Ratcliff, 
eldest son of Howard Taylor Ratcliff 
of Fair View Hall, Edgbaston, co. 
Warwick {see Pedigree of RaUliff^ VoL j, 
page ijp.) 

SCARLETT. Vol. 3, page 53.— The 
Hon^ Percy Gerald Scarlett was 
appointed 2nd Lieutenant 3rd Battalion 
The Bedfordshire Regiment (Bedford 
Militia) 25 February 1905. 

The Hon^'Leopold Florence Scarlett 
entered the Royal Navy as Midshipman 
H.M.S. "Goliath'' 30 May 1905. 

SCARSDALE. Vol. 4, page 80.— The 
Rev. Charles MacMichael died at 
Walpole St. Peter, co. Norfolk, on 
Friday, 22 December, and was buried 
there on Thursday, 28 December 1905. 

Mary Victoria, Lady Cunon, died at 
I Carlton House Terrace, London, 
aged 36, on Wednesday, 18 July, and 
was buried in the churchyaid at 
Kedleston, co. Derby, on Monday, 23 
July 1906, a memorial service being 
held at St. Maigaret's, Westminster, 
at the same time. Will dated on board 
s.s. "Arabia" in the Indian Ocean 
29 December 1898, proved in the 
Principal Registry 4 August 1906, by 
George Nathaniel, Baron Curzon of 
Kedleston, the sole Executor. 

Page 82. — Sir James Percy Miller, 
Baronet, died at Manderston, co. 
Berwick, in his 41st year, on Monday, 
22 January 1906, and was buried with 
military honours in the family burying 
ground at Christ Church, Duns, co. 
Berwick. 

SHADWELL. VoL 3, P«ge 107.— 
Louisa, eldest daughter of Lancelot 
Shadwell, who was bom in Nottingham 
Place, Marylebone, London, on Thurs- 
day, 29 October 1846, died at the 
Vicarage, Luppitt, co. Devon, in her 
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SHADWELL, canHnued. 

was buried at Luppitt 31 May 1906. 
Administration was granted at the 
Principal Registry in June 1906, to 
Walter Harvey Lsuicelot Shadwell. 

Page 109. — Louisa Amelia, widow of 
the Rev. Julius Shadwell, died at 
Southfield Lodge, Winchester, co. 
Hants, in her 8oth year, on Friday, 
as August 1905. Will proved in the 
Principal Registry 29 September 1905, 
by Edward Shadwell. 

SKEELS. Vol. s, page 20 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 12, page liv.) — Lewis Serocold and 
Muriel Alice Skeels have issue a son, 
Henry John Serocold Skeels, born at 
Abthorpe, Booysens, Johannesburg, 
South Africa, on Wednesday, 31 
January 1906. 

SOMERS. Vol. 2, page 15.— Mary 
Blanche, wife of Evan Henry Llewellyn, 
died, aged 58, on Saturday, 3 February, 
and was buried at Burrington, co. 
Somerset, 6 February 1906. 

SPENCER. Vol. 9, page 122.— The 
Rev. William Spencer, D.D., died 
4 June, and was buried at Harlington, 
CO. Bedford, 8 June 1905. 

STRICKLAND. Vol. 9, page loi.— 
Julia, daughter of Walter Richard 
Strickland (Cholmley) of Sunnyside, 
Pretoria, South Africa, was married at 
St. Paul's, Durban, Natal, South Africa, 
on Tuesday, 3 October 1905, to Alfred 
George Harold Geale, son of J. £. Geale 
of Australia. 

SWANN. Vol. s, page loi.— Ethel 
Constance Margaret, wife of Frederick 
Samuel Philip Swann, died at Bijnaur, 
India, 12 October 1901, and was buried 
there the following day. He married 
2ndly at Christ Church, Ealing, co. 
Middlesex, on Saturday, 23 July 1904, 
Linnette Elaine Lind, youngest daughter 
of William Lind Buyers of Ealing. 

The Rev. Nathanael Emilius Egerton 
Swann was appointed Curate of St. 
Mary's, Wembley, co. Middlesex, in June 
1901, was Curate of St. Mary's, Ealing, 
1901-1903, and Curate of St. Mary's, 
Paddington Green, London, since 
October 1905. 

SWITHINBANK. Vol. 7, page 151.- 
Bemard Winthrop Swithinbank, Craven 
Scholar of Balliol College, Oxford, 1906. 
Cuthbert Winthrop Swithinbank 
promoted Sub-Lieutenant R.N. August 
1906, 'and was appointed to H.M.S. 
"Good Hope" 4 September 1906. 



SWITHINBANK, continued 

Page 1 52, — Crossley Swithinbank 
was promoted Lieutenant R.N. to date 
from 15 October 1905, and appointed 
to H.M.S. "Hogue" 15 May 1906, and 
to H.M.S. "Forth," for instruction in 
submarines, 15 August 1906. 
TAYLOR. Vol. 3, page 95.— The Ven"* 
William Francis Taylor, Archdeacon of 
Liverpool, died at " Carlton," Aigburth 
Road, Liverpool, aged 85, on Monday, 
19 March, and was buried in Anfield 
Cemetery, Liverpool, on Saturday, 
24 March 1906, after a service at 
St Andrew's, Liverpool. Will dated 
22 July 1S98, with codicil dated 21 June 
1 901, proved in the Principal Registry 
14 May 1906, by William Francis Kyfl5n 
Taylor and Gerald KyflSn Taylor, sons, 
the Executors. 

Page 96. — Lucia, wife of Austin 
Taylor, M.P., died in London, on 
Wednesday, 14 March, and was buried 
in Brompton Cemetery, London, on 
Saturday, 17 March 1906, the first part 
of the funeral service being held at 
St. Michael's, Chester Square, London. 

TAYLOR. Vol. 1 1, page 54. — Susannah, 
widow of William Taylor, died, aged 80, 
17 July, and was buried in the cemetery 
at Ipswich, CO. Suffolk 21 July 1906. 

TEMPEST. Vol. I, page 37 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 10, page xvii.) — Mabel 
Ethel, wife of Sir Tristram Tempest 
Tempest, Baronet, died at Bath, co. 
Somerset, on Monday, 16 April, and 
was buried at Tong, West Riding, co. 
York, 20 April 1906. 

THORNTON-DUESBERY. Vol. 9, 
page 63. — The Rev. Charles Leonard 
Thomton-Duesbery resigned the Vicar- 
age of St. Mark's, Barrow-in-Furness, co. 
Lancaster, 10 December 1905, and was 
instituted Vicar of St Peter's, Islington, 
CO. Middlesex, on the same date. 

THURBURN. Vol. 5, page 118.- 
Margaret Beatrice, eldest surviving 
daughter of Robert Augustus Thurbum, 
was married at Buenos Ayres, Argentine 
Republic, on Wednesday, 27 September 

1905, to Ernest Dorrington Drabble, 
2nd son of Charles T. Drabble of 
Oakwood, Alderley Edge, co. Chester. 

Page 120. — Henrietta Isabella, 2nd 
daughter of Henry Thurbum, was 
married at St. Philip's, Kensington, 
London, on Tuesday, 30 January 

1906, to Captain Charles Alexander 
Roosmale-Cocq, Indian StaiT Corps. 



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TOLHURST. Vol. i, page 64 — Lydia 
Carman, wife of Vincent John Grose, 
died at Hillside, Forest Hill, co. Kent, 
aged 77, on Friday, 2 February, and 
was buried in Norwood Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, 5 February 1906. 

TOWER. Vol. 2, page 35.— Reginald 
Thomas Tower, H.B.M. Envoy 
Extraordinary and Minister Plenipo- 
tentiary at Mexico, was created C.V.O. 
on the occasion of the King's Birthday, 
9 November 1906. 

Page 36. — Egerton Augustus Tower 
died at Corry Lodge, Skye, co. 
Inverness, on Wednesday, 3 October, 
and was buried in the churchyard at 
South Weald, co. Essex, 9 October 1906. 

TROTMAN. Vol. 3, page 162.— The 
Rev. Francis Earle Trotman married at 
Rangoon Cathedral, India, 24 No- 
vember 1905, Marian, youngest 
daughter of the Rev. Canon William 
Gildea, Rector of Upway, co. Dorset, 
Canon of Salisbury, and Prebendary of 
Stratton from 1893. 

UPCHER. Vol. 3, page 26 {and 
Addenda^ Vol, 12^ page Iviiu) — Henry 
Edward Sparke and Fanny (Nina) 
Upcher have issue a son, Henry 
Thomas Simpson Upcher, bom at East 
Hall, Feltwell, co. Norfolk, on Tuesday, 
17 June, and baptised at Sheringham, 
CO. Norfolk, 18 September 1906. 

WALLER. Vol. 9, page 177.— George 
Edward and Ethel Frances Waller have 
issue a daughter, Frances Augusta, bom 
26 July, and baptised at Wisbech, co. 
Cambridge, 20 August 1906. 

Page 178. — The Rev. Thomas Henry 
Waller resigned the Rectorship of 
Waldringfield, co. Suffolk, 30 November 
1905, in favour of his youngest son, 
the Rev. Arthur Pretyman Waller. 

Fanny, wife of Richard Porter, and 
mother of Mrs. Thomas Naunton 
Waller, died at Rushmere, co. Suffolk, 
on Wednesday, 19 September, and was 
buried in the cemetery at Ipswich, co. 
Suffolk, 22 September 1906. 

Alfred Whalley Waller proceeded 
M.D. of Durham 28 April 1906. 

Page 179 {and Addenda^ Vol. 11^ 
page xxL) — ^The Rev. Arthur Pretyman 
and Constance Julia Waller have further 
issue a son, Arthur Henry Naunton 
Waller, bom at Waldringfield New 
Parsonage 8 October, and baptised at 
Waldringfield n November 1906. 



WARDE. Vol 4» page 61.— Lstttia 
Rachel, widow of Henry Lionel Warde, 
died at Petersham House, ca Surrey, 
aged 64, on Friday, 27 April, and was 
buried at Petersham 2 May 1906. 
Will dated 10 June 1902, with codicil 
dated 9 April 1903, proved in the 
Principd Registry 11 August 1906, by 
Lionel Warde, Edward Dillon Mansfield 
and John Maude, the Executors. 

WEBB. Vol. 8, page I r.— William Francis 
Richmond Webb entered the Army 
as 2nd Lieutenant The Bedfordshire 
Regiment 8 May 1901, transferred into 
the Indian Army 11 October 1902, and 
is now a Lieutenant in the 22nd 
Punjabis; served on the North-West 
Frontier of India 1902, at the operations 
against the Darwesh Khel Waziris. 

Archibald Wilfrid Tisdall Webb 
matriculated at the London University 
in July 1906. 

WEBB. Vol. 9, page 26.— ^GeoflFrey 
Fuller Webb married at St Thomas', 
Upper Clapton, co. Middlesex, on 
Thursday, 10 May 1906, Joan Hanbury, 
2nd daughter of Frederick Janson 
Hanbury of Stainforth House, Upper 
Clapton. 

WHELER. Vol. 8, page 84.— Aubrey 
Stuart Wheler married at St Paul's, 
Rondebosch, Cape Town, South Africa, 
on Thursday, 3 November 1904, 
Blanche Chnstina, only daughter of 
Samuel Watson Jameson of 28 Princes 
Square, Bayswater, London. 

WHELER. Vol 9, page 12.— Elizabeth 
Anne, widow of Edward Wheler, died 
at 5 Bertie Terrace, Leamington, co. 
Warwick, in her 98th year, on Sunday, 
7 January, and was buried at Claverdon, 
CO. Warwick, 11 January 1906. Will 
dated 15 November 1890, with codicil 
dated 28 October 1904, proved at 
Birmingham 22 February 1906, by 
Edward Galton Wheler and Thomas 
James Charles Aylmer Studdy, the 
Executors. 

Edward Galton Wheler, who is now 
of Claverdon Leys, Warwick, Alderman 
1905, is a J.P. for the counties of 
Warwick and Northumberland. 

Page 13. — Colonel Henry Isham 
Wheler married 2ndly at All Saints', 
Windsor, co. Berks, on Tuesday, 17 
April 1906, Alice, younger daughter of 
Edmund Malpas of Worcester. 



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WHITAKER. VoL lo, page 162.- 
Lieut.-Colonel Charles Hildyard 
Thornton Whitaker, Yorkshire Light 
Infantry (King's Own), received Brevet 
of Colonel 19 July 1905, and retired 
on full pay 18 July 1906; he received 
from H.M. the King at Sheffield the 
decoration of M.V.O. 12 July 1905. 

WICKHAM. Vol. I, page 250.- 
William Joseph Wickham was promoted 
Captain Scots Guards 6 June 1906. 

WIGAN. Page 140, present volume. — 
Oscar Stephen and Edith Emily Wigan 
have further issue a daughter, Eleanor 
Bramley, bom at 19 Von Weilligh 
Street, Johannesburg, South Africa, on 
Thursday, 16 August, and baptised at 
St. Aidan's, Yeoville, South Africa, 
on Saturday, 13 October 1906. 

WILDER. Vol. 2, page 128 (and 
Addenda^ VoL ii, page xxii.) — Francis 
Langham and Beatrice Wilder have 
further issue a daughter, Frances 
Elizabeth, bom 29 July, and baptised 
at Sulham, co. Berks, 26 August 1906. 

WILSON. Vol. I, page 178.— Thomas 
Bowstead Wilson matriculated at Pem- 
broke College, Cambridge, 2 October 
1 90 1, and graduated B.A. in June 1904 ; 
he was ordained Deacon at Wakefield 
Cathedral, by the Rt. Rev. George 
Rodney Eden, Bishop of Wakefield, 
10 June 1906, and is now Curate of 
Wakefield Cathedral. 

WISDEN. Vol 3, page 8.— Thomas 
Faulconer Mair Wisden was appointed 
Deputy-Governor of H.M. Prison, 
Liverpool, i February 1905. 

WOLLASTON. Vol. 12, page 78.— 
Maria, wife of Charlton James 
Wollaston was bom at Derby 31 May 
1822 ; died at the residence of her 
niece, 7 The Crescent, Bedford, 
aged 84, on Monday, 8 October, and 
was buried in the Nottingham Road 
Cemetery at Derby on Friday, 12 
October 1906. Will dated 30 December 
1 90 1, proved in the Principal Registry 
5 November 1906, by Arthur Bromley 
Holmes and Rebecca Holmes, the 
Executors. 



WOLLASTON, am^'nued. 

Page 78. — Agnes Maria, wife of 
Lieut-Colonel Robert Calder Allen, died 
at Clifton, co. Gloucester, 28 October 
1884, and was buried in Locksbrook 
Cemetery, Bath, co. Somerset 

The second son of Charlton James 
Wollaston should be described as 
Francis Edward [nof Frederic Bromley] 
Wollaston of Somerset East, South 
Africa, R.M. ; bora at Perrymount, 
Sydenham, co. Kent, i February 1853. 

WOOD. Vol. 4, page 70. — Dame Sophia, 
widow of Sir Charles Alexander Wood, 
died at 10 Durham Place, Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, 29 January, and was buried 
at Littleton, co. Middles^ 31 January 
1906, the first part of service being held 
at St Peter's, Eaton Square, London. 
Will proved in the Principal Registry 
9 Apnl 1906, by Captain Charles Robert 
Wood, R.N., and Mabel Sophia Wood 

WOOD. Vol. 1 1, page 1 1 a. — Henry James 
Theodore and Ellen Beatrice Wood have 
further issue a son, James Templeton 
Wood, bom at Fingest Cottage, near 
High Wycombe, co. Buckingham, on 
Monday, 24 September 1906, and 
baptised privately (by the Rev. James 
Edward Bouverie Brine) the same day, 
baptism r^^tered at Lane End, co. 
Buckingham^ 

WOODD. Vol 9, page 67.— Iris Rosalie, 
elder daughter of Basil Aubrey HoUond 
Woodd, died at 5 Sloane Court, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on Monday, 
9 April, and was buried in Brookwood 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 
II April 1906. 

Page 70 {and Addenda^ Vol. 11^ 
page xxiti,) — The Rev. Charles 
Hampden Basil and Elfrida Mary 
Woodd have issue a son, Frederick 
Hampden Basil Woodd, bom at Osaka, 
Japan, on Tuesday, 27 March 1906. 

WORTHINGTON. Vol. i, page 223 
{and Addenda^ Vol, 9, page x!t>.) — 
William Worthington and Lady Muriel 
Gladwys Worthington have further issue 
a daughter, Audrey Muriel, bom at 
Netherseale, co. Leicester, 25 February, 
and baptised there 17 April 1906. 



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